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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View Entire Issue (March 14, 1912)
THE MAKING OF THIS COUNTRY
JU NIPER B U T T E R -“ Always fresh and pure” -A sk any jrm *r in Central O w n for the Juniper brand
JUNIPER ICE C R E A M ~“ Its the cream” - M y how the taste lingers!
JU NIPER B U TTE R M ILK -Sim ply delicious.
Lets have another dish.
No excuse for luml bisc uits or soggy cakes.
JUNIPER CHEF1SE—Smooth and velvety texture.
On sale at Redmond Meat Market.
Sweet Cream any time, also ice in small quantities.
B U T T ER FAT
We Stand for the “ Square Deal’
W e sell the Interlocking
U. S. CREAM SEPARATOR
The W o rld ’s Standard
Redmond C ream ery Co.
ON EASY PAYMENTS
1. Close Skimming— Holds W orld ’s Record.
2. Easy Running.
3. Easy W ash in g— only ten seconds.
4. Long Life.
Ask for a free catalogue or demonstration.
YUAN IS IN AU G U R ATE D .
Foreign Legations Not Repreeented—
inches o f rain fell within five hours at
The fiahing boats w ere wrecked off
San Diego when the storm was at its
The hulks o f the vessels
could be seen in the surf off L a jo lla
George F. Werner, o f San Diego, and
an unidentified companion, were the
first victim s o f the storm.
cast up their bodies.
It is believed
that other lives were lost.
A dozen or more fishing vessels le ft
Ssn Diego before the storm and the
two wrecks sighted probably were o f
the fleet. None o f the fishing vessels
has been spoken since.
Pekin— Yuan Shi Kai was form ally
inaugurated provisional president o f
the Republic o f China in the presence
o f a great gathering o f delegates, pro
vincial envoys, m ilitary and naval offi
cers and other prominent personages,
in the new foreign office. Many for
eigners attended the ceremony, but
the legations were not represented.
Yuan Shi Kai, who was in m ilitary
uniform, read a declaration promising M EXICAN C A P IT A L FOR PEACE
faithfully to develop the republic,
observe the constitutional laws, and Public Demonstration of Loyalty to
retire when the national assembly ap
M exico C ity— A big demonstration
pointed a permanent president. The
affair was solemn— almost pathetic— in favor o f peace and in support o f the
constituted government was held here.
and typical o f China's transition.
Most o f those attending w ere at Perfect order prevailed.
tired either in uniforms or European 5 President Madero for nearly three
hours reviewed the demonstrations
dress. The only touch o f Orientalism
from the palace and from time to time
was the presentation o f the scarfs to replied to impassioned speeches by the
Yuan by two yello#-robed llamas.
p , rafters. The speeches, while not
A report has reached Pekin that laudatory o f Madero, pledged him sup
Tung Kwang, the famous pass on the port in abolishing anarchy and ex
borders o f Shensi and Honan pro pressed confidence in the government.
vinces, has been captured by General The crowd, which filled the zoccolo in
Sheng Yuan, governor o f the province front o f the palce, is estimated to
o f Shensi, before whom, i f the report have numbered 20,000 persons.
is correct, the provinces o f Honan and
Darslict Vessel Reported.
Chili are now open country
The report says that 1,000 republi
San Francisco— The schooner Lillie,
can cavalry and infantry have desert which arrived from Coos Bay, report
ed to the imperialists under Sheng *
ed having sighted a derelict on March
Yuan and that a large part o f the
republican army in the North ia show 6, at about longtitude 126 dergees and
ing strong symptoms o f reaction and 6 minutes west and latitude 40 de
grees north. The wreck was appar
may be affected seriously.
ently that o f a three-masted schooner,
I f the report is true, it is probable
The masts and
that the difference between the North floating bottom up.
and the South w ill be brought no spars were towing behind.
posed keel was about 100 feet long
nearer a settlement because o f the in
auguration o f President Yuan Shi Ksi. and the bottom was clean.
men are at a loss to account for the
wreck, as no vessel o f that descrip
GALE LA S H E S C O A S T .
tion is known to be missing.
8torm Bursts Pisr and Wrecks Boats
at Long Beach, Csl.
Los Angeles— The loss o f a number
o f fiahing vessels and two fishermen,
the disabling £of a steamer and the
wrecking o f the $100,000 municipal
pier at Long Beach sums up in part
the damage caused by a terrific gale
which wrecked the coast o f Southern
Much damage to trees
and buildings was caused by the 60-
m ile wind at Avalon, Catalina island,
San Diego and other places on the
The weather has moderated some
what, but a heavy sea is rolling. The
weather was to rough in the channel
at Avalon that the steamer Cabriflo
could not make a landing there. Three
Patriotic Q tr m m Cook.
The kaiser's patriot cook. Karl Jac
dlcke. a highly salaried official who
played an Important part In the am
peror's campaign for purifying the
German language, has Just died.
Jaedlcke was the first Imperial cook
who scornfully rejected the nattering
title chef, and called himself by the
old German Mundkoch. In collabnra
tlon with the kaiser, he worked out s
complete dictionary of translations of
the names of dishes from French Into
German, and It was under bis regime
that menus disappeared from the court
and Spelseksrten. printed In Gothic
letters, took their place.
The German language league, a very
powerful organization, regarded Jae
dlcke as a hero, and wanted to make
him Ita honorary vice-president
The only dish for which Jaedlcke
could find no German equivalent was
mayonnaise, hut he got round that
difficulty by spelling It ' Melonnelse. "
thus giving It a German touch
The whole staff o f the kaiser's
kitchen turned out at Jaedlcke'a fu
neral. and s speech was delivered
lauding him as "an honest German
namer o f Oerman things."
Butterflies Without Heads.
Two European scientists have been
«taking some curious experiments on
caterpillars, the value and meaning of
which have not yet been explained
They had the curiosity to find out
whether a caterpillar can turn Into a
butterfly If you deprive him of his
head, also what will the butterfly be
By tying llgaturee behind the heads,
the caterpillars were decapitated This
didn't seem to bother them much, ex
cept that they didn’t crawl aa fast ae
The greateat difficulty In the expert-
menu was In getting the butterfllea
out o f the chrysales, most of them
died, and It was necessary to help the
others out. The butterflies thus ob-
talned did not differ from the normal
type except for having no heads.
Street Names Mutt Go.
“ Hard as a Garfish“ 8logan.
London — Visitors to London have
frequent occasion to note the quaint
and frequently repellant names borne Jewel cases In one of the most ex
by streets and laneB o f the great me pensive of New York shops the other
tropolis. Camberwell Borough Coun day was struck with the beautiful,
cil is being petitioned to alter the Ivory like finish o f a number o f them.
name o f Cut-Throat Lane to some “ What are they made o f* " she asked
thing less grewsome.
Among long admiringly.
"Garfish skin, madam,"
streets to whose present nomenclature . answered the salesman "Garfish lenth-
objection has been taken, may be j < k h
mentioned Asylum road, Beer lanO, otntdde of the trade and yet It has
H ill. Grundy street, | come to be of Importance.
Lizard street. Pickle H erring street only can he worked up to this polish,
and Frying Pan alley.
hut It Is wonderfully hard. They say
certain tribes of Indians knew Its se
cret and that among them It was used
I. W. W. street speakers in jail at
aa armor, the tradition being that a
San Diego, Cal., plugged the licks of
breastplate of It would realat any tom
the cel I room doors with b iU o f t.n and
ahawk or arrow. It can be made now
then tried to tear down tha cor Crete an that It will turn the edge of a knife
walls of the building.
or a spear."
H. F. MEYER. Manager
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon, within and for Ctook
Guy Sears. Plaintiff,
P C Campbell and Thomas Cannon.
T o P C Campbell and Thomaa Can
non, the above named defendant»
In the name of the State of tire
Kofi You and each of you are her by
summoned and required to apt ear
In the above entitled rourt and an
swer or plead to the complaint III_.
therein In this suit against you on
or before the 24th day of April. I»l
which Is the time prescribed In th«-
order of the lion W L HraiDha
Judge of said Court, pursuant to
which this summons Is published
and In which you are required to
so appear, answer or plead, and If
you fall to so appear, answer or
plead, the plaintiff will apply to the
f onrt for the relief demanded Ir
the complaint, which relief |a aa fol
lows That the plaintiff have judg
ment and decree against the defend
ant I* i
f amptieil In the sum ot
Five Hundred Dollars with Interest
thereon at the rate of ten per cent
per annum from the 3rd day of May
l» U , together with costs and dls
bo moments of this suit. Including an
attorney fee in the sum of One
Hundred Dollars; that the certain
mortgage made executed and de|lv
ered by said defendant to the plain
tiff dated May 3. 1911. upon and
against the West half of the South
west quarter of Hectlrm Thlrti Mx In
Township Fifteen south of range
FVni(feen east of the Wiliam. M. Me
rldlan. be foreclosed nnd said prem
Ises ordered sold for the p„rp«*e of
paying and discharging said )udg
ment and costs, that the defendants
and all persona claiming by, through
or tinner th«*m !»«• fnw|fm»<| flf «11
right, title or Interest which t h e y
and that they he forever barred sad
estopped from having or claiming to
have anv right, title or Intere,“ In
•"‘ I-erlor to the
t ff ti,
1 " nn a ln,,'r'•,, " r »he plain
tiff therein and the !|en of plaintiff',
mortgage thereon ,nd that t h e r i g h t ,
"t he plaintiff In said premise. Z
declared and decreed
to any rights of either ,,f the d.
fendants therein »nd for all ,„rh
other and further relief „
'. V of
T T the j" first
" ‘ ,,n'1
this summons lx the 7lh day
ll.hr,rd ’ pursuant
to nn order of the
Hon. W 1, Bradshaw .fudge of the
shove named Court, made on the
Mtn ony o f Frhrnnry,
1 a wn.i/’ox
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F lr«t publication, March
A shopper who saved a d o lla r . .
fw o the o th e r d a y t h r o n g m ad ,
th e ad of a particular sto re w in n" ,ï
of that «tore pretty closely
City Meat Mark
H / K ANNOUNCE to the |*op!e of
— ■ Kedmond and vicinity that we
have opened a new Meat Market in the
Muma building, com er of Bth and I
street*, and will at all times keep on
hand a full line o f all kinds of meat*
and ¿foods usually carried in a first-class
We solicit a share of your
B elcher &
M uma Buttitituj
Corner (ith and F Streets. Redmond, On
A re Y ou Going to Built
J. M. Bevard, the architect, mak^
complete plans and specification
f«*r all classes of Buildings. ^
prie«« a n right
ire with y*
Bevard & Gant,
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