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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View Entire Issue (Aug. 24, 1911)
JREO TO DEATH.
SAW THE SIGHTS.
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K .m p la u t thr ailininiat ra
lt ,,-e in I I I * t r i l l i o f 1 Aiuta
r d u r il a I I I * t r ia l a ln i
waa ra«lly n i 1 1•• • ! p u lii-
Iwcaiuw a lunat dangrr
•«•ring ni mali» f i l l i ma
a.* tu liia p ro ni# Ila
m i r r»r rupi ioti ami altra*
Attua' i court tilt a irair
t | I^ima'
»•pai! ni Ina itnml tliat iio
[a a Iti«« « (or t tir If'iutl uf
minar* uf t7&7 IAitila *aa
HI ..l " f
t it lif
' 11.<■ I ' t i r T ria ti 'ti, m thè
at tli« |>alara at Vrr
iti, tirannie tliat Ina ilati|(h
i Adrian!«, Kail a «atara
na pani liar a * tait una aft-
A p d f**1« atatrway I n i fro m tha
rtn anta to tin
rartiajf a a n a it a il lorn;
t la-arara « I im m I u n a itlia r
coatti door. Ju a t aa tin
flin l tina d o o r a m a n in a
t and a la rge a ,g g r a M .-d
¡ilrr am i ataliltrd inni,
tr n d a n t s thr«*» lliriti» c i» r«
rna, hut tl.a tuan m a d f n<>
rarapa. T h a w e a p o n ha
I a aa a I » « b ia d rd claap
).| tha « m i a r c lo t h in g uf
• aa au I hie It that tha
aa little more than e<t(M>
na «aa at ripped o f all hi*
kid at »n
for tad tu drink
«Hi l|Hiiaun for faar ha might
nrd to rac«|>e Ilia penalty
ihr • Than cama torture to
i ronfraa Ina raaaon for at
I hie crime.
I that the king would lira,
• aa giran to tha mattar
intent fur I tannane
uglit to trial, and hia aan
,a that lia ahotild ba torn tu
'n hor*r* on the I’ ia* a da
, upon »hirh tha greet etty
o'clock. March 28, |>amiatia
rn from tha priaon in the
kart, in ehicn «era t « o
■ J tha atamlionar. Arri»-
Da placa of ainm tton. Ita
i* kept an hour «ailing and
|t * tuna calmi» «atrh n l tha
liona for hia death An in-
had l>aen made by aolid
gitiug room enough for the
t Jo their deadly work All
f j U re the « in d o « « and
ra . r »ded with ajan tatora
•Il «aa ready (tannasi« «aa
on a atrong «ood en table In
• 'ire, tir.» table ta-ing three
[h. Chen hia right band «aa
with m l hot iron«. na»t red
I'-rra made wound* all orar
i. and into the*« were pour-
ng lead and oil.
-•« «aa then faataned to
to. < and each wriat, and the
»ore laahed to pull in all
im«. It took an lumr and a
r for him to dia. Ilia hod*
ei. burned on a funeral pi!*,
oft uct «aa to tear d<>«n lit*
Ilia fathar, hia wifa and
i/'iti-r «err lianialird from
, and a rural order waa giran
li "thi-ra and «nier* lo ehangw
Utair 4 III*.
Or»«n C»p • « Ilo B.-Uru»!
» •« a In« in forca in
or ,i cantury or mora* tliat
1 e<l Imnkrupia lo «ea r green
«•P* l iti* h a « dotte to prerent
Iman from U*mg impowrti
•neh aa «ara uuabla or uu-
Succeaai i e adiri«
I thè pri rilega* of l«atik -
hot tliey forfciteil llieitt if
'ppaarwl in pnhlie «ithout
• ap- If thoae « h o cannot or
M |>a» tliair delita were crini-
I to «oar auch i ap» at tho
M da» thè atreeti of llioat uf
il '» » oulil baie radiar a ver-
f«»n THwugh M. M,.,«<| ««,, |*u##(
•'U Huila.ny« «ml Park*.
"W ell, I nda Tunroil," «ay* the
nephew after hreakfaat, ” 1 with I
could take ym arouml to »ee the
aiglit* of the city today, liut I’ ve got
a Tot of important lm»ine«» on hand,
ao I'll liar * to let you run atound bv
yourself Here’» a liat of the mu-
►rum-, <'itr hall, public huildioga,
park« aiol tiling« like tlint. with di
rection* h"W to gel to «-§, li one ”
That erenilig I l|c|r I unr.nl come*
home «earv, but aatialiid.
••Well," aaked the nephew, “ did
you hare any trouble limling your
•a* around •*•
"N o ; | got on line," ««i a 1'ncln
"A nd did you think the public
budding« and muarum* and parka
were a« fine a* you aipacted
"W ell, d im » ) , 1 tell you I got
an llilrre*ted «rein* »igilt that I
nerrr got to «me o’ them plate* I
art n a machine in a «m d o v that
pull« talTv, an' a whole lot O* fancy
i anife« in «uotlirr, an’ one place I
«•«'i a rb* k that tell» th* time any-
• iim on rarlii, an' I wen a whole
window full o’ ratiarv bird* an*
pup*, an' I looked into a barlier
• hop lliat had wuninrn bartwr«, an*
I aren the fin- engine« run an’ the
(■atrol wagon coma« and take* a fel
ler to )ad, «n ‘ a »treat car run into
u automobile, an' a 'le. trie train
whinin' round an' round in another
window, an' nigh on tu fifty barrel*
o' apple« m front of a »tore, an' a
camp#»* in a window, an' a place
whur they cut oy«!*r* open fer ye—
an I et a dofen right there- an' a
feller paintin' pictera in a window
an' wPin* r n frame« «n' all fer a
dollar an* two hit* apiece, an’—oh
law«' I can't Iwgin In tell ye all th'
•ight« I wcti I'm clean tuckered
out. an' mv neck hurt* brrauac I
watched two feller« wathin' win
dow • '»ay up nineteen floor» Tom
th'ground I counted it three time».
Twicet I made it nineteen an’ oncet
twenty, mi I gur»« I'm on th' aafe
•tile Yep, I certainly hare hecn
•«•«•in’ th* aighta, Jimmy."—Judge.
Our wunl “ livery" i* derived,
through the French, from th* laitin
"litw-rare," to deliver, hence a livery
originally meant ximething deliv
ered or freely given and ram* to lie
applied to an allowance of food or
From Norman time* an F.ngliah
nobleman allotted a tiled “ livery**
of bread, wine and randies to hia
servant* for their private uae. An
allowanra of provender for a horwe
• a» alao railed a livery, and a horae
fed and groomed for ita owner at a
filed charge was «aid to lie “ at liv
In the middle age« "livery" waa
worn bv any one who was in any
aanM- in the «ervicc of another of
superior rank or station.
The trading eompanie* of the
city of lA>ndon uaed to provide a
apecial attire for their freemen,
who liecame known a* liverymen, a
title which they «till retain.
Straw H iU .
The eurlic*t maker« " f *tra» hat«
were umpie«tionahly the Chine«*
Their work «aa hy no mean* rough
in character, hut plaited and sewed
together with considerable «kill, aa
Hiai l>e M-cn today in the ncighbor-
hmd of Canton. In Europe hat*
wen- Aral made in Pan* hy a Swiaa
so early a* I41>4, and we And men-
t mneil among the entries of an
inventory of the effect* o f iiir
John Faat.dfe, I D f , "four atrswen
hattea," showing them to have lieen
t great rarities
them aa worn in Provence, with a
hundred warns, lined with silver
and curiously worked. Tuacanv,
with leghorn a* the i-enter, took
up the work early in th* fifteenth
century and ha* maintained it with
considerable skill ever since.
K««p V««f Tanrpar.
It •««in» Be.
• unwritten law* both o f Bo
The little *<>n of the family hap
und good manner* are innu- pened to l>e idling hi* time in the
■I'', but there ia one that «a kitchen when the colored porter
t paaa orar in ailence, and came up out o f the cellar, where he
tr never I«*«« your tenuier. had been «hoveling coal into the
•I’I'Haa eapoeinlly when play- heater, grasped the white towel
km*#. T o I oau one'* tain|>er ill hanging on the door and paoaed
i* bad onough, but to do ao into the hall. For an instant tho
di' i" unpardonable. It ia a \outli gazed aweatnick at the coal
«liich no lioateaa can forgira, dual impremnona left on tho towel,
I* "lake* all the other gneata then veiled after the retreating ne
"u unfortabla and diaturl*
"itward calm which i* tlm ca-
"Oh, Sam, your color’* coming
"f nil good society.
o ff“ ’ Judge’* Library.
°n l» enough f » r On*.
'"dan wa* once «laying at the
"f an elderly maiden lady in
' r\, «h.i minted more of
J"ipany than he waa willing to
I’ ropnaing one day to take a
" '•h him, lie eicnaed Inmaelf
"Hit o f the Imilnea* of the
1 r Shoftly afterward ahe met
[K " "king out alone
Mr Sheridan.'* «aid ahe, "it
« « b ur«d up.”
" d " little, madam anongli
but not enough for two **
Vlatar Hug«'« flival.
Once while traveling some dis
tance hy rail Victor Hugo fell into
conversation with a stranger who
entertained the great author with
much egotistic talk. The author of
“ la'i Miserable*,” having arrived at
In* destination, w*a about to leave
the train when the stranger «aid:
"Y ou may, perhaps, like to know
Uho I a in. I atn Victor Hugo.”
"H ow o d d r remarked the rwal
Hugo "S o am I.”
HOUSE AND LOT Will «-II
or trade for team.
A CLASSIFIED ADVERTIS-
KR, with a IniainoaH opportunity
to offer, known that the right
"backer” , or purchaaer, or in
ventor CAN BK FOUND. And
he proceed* to find him by tell
ing. frankly and aimply, in a
classified ad what hia protvmition
The Redmond Grocery Co
announce to the people of Redmond
and vicinity that they have
Opened Their New Store
Fine Pign and Shrojwhirt* Sheep
See or write Finia
Woods, Redmond, Ore.
Brand new 1^ C. Typewriter at
n liargain. W. S. Rodman. 6tf
in their new building on North 6th
Street, two doors from the Bank of
Commerce, and w ill carry a
Thret* hornea for Hale reason -
W. Ashmore, Sintem,
! O regon.
Quarter section within mile of
railroad Htation; over l<k) aeren
tillable. Price $2f>0cash. Addresa
X care S|Mikenman.
For Sale or Trade—2-horm* gas
oline engine, good condition.
Will sell reasonable or trade for
home or cow.
Tlie choicent vacant comer 50x
100 on Sixth atreet, only one
block from Hotel Redmond, thin
ia a snap for a ijuirk buy, $1H00
tak**« it. S»-e Jone* Ijind Com-
liany for terms.
For Sale or Trade
First-class No. 3 Faultless
Stump Puller w ith cable, for sab
or trade for stock. Daniel Lid
Huttes. Oregon. Address. Prine-
Cistern Built Estimate from
good cistern builder wanted on
building a 40 or fSi barrel cistern.
Apply at Spokesman office.
for 10 to 15 cords o f dry. straight
4-fo«*t red juni|K*r wood delivered
in Redmond. Address Z, care of
Full and Complete Line o f
Staple and Fancy Groceries
We solicit a share of the patronage of the people of
this section, promising them the best of goods in the
above line, at reasonable prices.
We will sell Home Made Bread, and Redmond Grown Vegetables
Highest Market Price Paid
for Country Produce
The Spokesman’ s Job
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior. U. S.
Lartil Office at The Dalle», Oregon.
July 21, m i .
Notice i* hereby given that Etta F.
Ilowanl of Iaiwrer lYrKlge. Oregon, who
on August 3*th. 1S07. tnatie Ueaert land
entry No. 7l#. aerial No. <f24.tr>. for nej
awl, n) *t-i. amt »»t*ej aectton 7.
lownahip It »oulh. range 12 ea*t, Wil
lamette Meridian, haa filed notice of in
tention to make final deaerl land proof,
to e*tal>li»h claim to the land above
deaenbeil. before I. P. Hewitt, U. S.
fommiMKinfr at hia office, at Red
mond. Oregon, on the atth day of
Claimant namaa aa witneaaea:
A. J. Fuller, G. W. Fuller, Fred
Walter«. Axel Olaon, ail of Lower
C. W Moore. Register.
First publication july 27-aug 24
fam e to my enclosure at laow-
er Bridge, about the fore part of
July, a black mare about four
years old, branded heart and an
chor on left front shoulder. Own
er can have same by paying ex
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
U. S. Land Office at The Dalles, Ore
gon. July 24th, 1911.
L. F. R ic e ,
Notice ia hereby given that Frank
Lower Bridge, Ore. Paul, whose poatoffire addresa ia Sis
Taken Up—Came into my en
closure alsHit August 11th, a
sucking colt, not over 3 months
old. Owner can have same by
V. Hanks, 5j
mile* northeast Redmond.
A CLASSIFIED ADVERTIS
ER who “ means business” , will
If he has
something to sell that is worth
while, he will advertise it in a
confident and convincing way —
and he will sell it.
Hog Books Call at Spokes
man office and get free the book
“ Swine Raising in the Pacific
A valuable book
for those who raise hogs.
I,ot us do your next order o f
commercial job printing.
grade work anti prices satisfac
tory. The Redmond Spokesman.
Bring your final proof notices
to The Spokesman office. We
will mnke out your application
for proving up, and attend to all
the details necessary in the mat
Ladies’ calling cards, the lat
est style cards ami type, printed
to resemble copper (date print at
The Spokesman office.
Two Bb Cor nets for Sale
Two high grade Rl> Comets,
liest made, satin silver fin
ish, gold plated belt, high
and low pitch.
nets are practically new and
will lie sold at a liargain.
For further information in
quire at Spokesman office.
REEMOND GROCERY CO.
ter*. Oregon, did. on the 8th day of
March, 1911, file in this office »worn
statement and application. No.
to imrrhaae the M-piel. e^aej. Sec. 33
and »wjnwj, Section 34, township 12
anuth. range 11 eaat. Willamette meri
dian. ami the limber thereon, under
the provisions of the act of June 3, j
1878, and acta amendatory, known a* j
the "Timber and Stone Law," at auch '
value aa might be fixed by appraiae- j
ment. and that, pursuant to such ap
plication. th«' land and timber theroon
have twen appraised, 4441.00 the tim-
l>er estimated 583,000 board feat at 50
c e n t s |«-r M. and the land $149.50: that
said applicant will offer final proof in
u p p o n of hi» application and »worn
statement on the 12th day of October,
1911, tie fore I. P. Hewitt. U. S. Com-
miaaioner, at his office, at Redmond,
Any person ia at lib«Tty to protest
this purchase before entry, or initiate
a contest at any time before patent is
sue», by tiling a corroborated affidavit
in this office, alleging facta which
wuuki defeat the entry.
C. W. Moore, Register.
First publication Aug. 3-Oct. 5
All Orders Given Prompt
Sunday Afternoon, Aug. 27.
Married Men vs. Bachelors
Benefit o f Commercial Club
Game called 2:00
We are now prepared to install Pumps and
Kitchen Sinks in your home*.
something you need.
It is a labor-saver and does not cost much.
Better let us talk to you further about this
matter. Call up Phone 417 and we will
give you full details.
WE DO ALL KINDS OF PLUMBING AND