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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 14, 1912)
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PAO K T H R E E
M E N D O T A SO F T C O A L
I IIA V K K K C KIVKD A C ARLO AD O F TH K F A MOI 8
C O AL AND AM RKADV TO M AR K D KI.IVKRIKH
TD K C IT Y
M KN DOT A SOFT
TO A L L PA R TS OF
TH IS COAL IS T H K BKST SOFT C O A L TO BK O B T A IN
ED. AND AT T H K P R IC K I H ELL IT FOR IT IH C H E A P E R
WOOD FOR H E A TIN G AND COOK INO PURPOHKH.
l b# afraid of I'. S. Government Cnrey Act Imitation
projects in Oregon. The day of irresponsible irrigation com-
pun i,-a ill this atate is pant. When tin- North went Townsite Co.
Of Philadelphia took over the I’aiuley Project, in U k e county,
it gave the lurgcM bond ever given in the Mate -$50,000—
guaranteeing completion of the project. Kvery three months it
make»* an itemised atatement of expenaea to the Desert l.und
lt<*ar«l. All of it m advertiaing books, mapa, contractu, aubacrip-
ti°n agreementa and literature ia auhmitted to the Desert Land
Hoard f*»r ina|M*ction la-fore la-ing laaueil.
Ih«- land I** level, free from rock, and ia a rich volcanic aah
ami. I he climate ia |a-rfect for fruit, which now grow a to per
fection at I'uixley—applea, |a-uchea, pluma, peura, prunea.
t <nia(ruction work u|um the dam und reservoir has now la-en
in progress for tiiree months, with Thomas Hawthorn, state in-
s|«ector. on the ground.
He was formerly with the U. S. Govt.
Reclamation Service on the Umatilla Project.
Send for .ij-page illustrated bonk.
Go to Paisley by auto
mobile stage from Itend ami a«-«- the lund.
Our ugent at Pais
ley. Hugh K. Cilmour, will uhow you the land.
It ia free to
those who |>ay the coat of putting water on it.
Northwest lownsite ( «. are among the largest taxpayers
in Oregon, owning townaite sub-divisions at Prineville. Matlras,
Redmond, Hend, Hums, Vale and ala*, the H40-arre Conn Ranch
at Paisley, including a 50-burrel-u-*lay capacity Hour mill, und a
Our bunk references are:
First National Hank, Philadelphia. Pa.
Girard National Hank. Philadelphia, Pa. .
Commercial Trust Co.. Philadelphia, Pa.
Interstate Finance Corporation, Philadelphia, Pa.
Merchants Trust Co., Camden. N. J.
COME IN AND L K T MK T E L L YOC
Cole’s Hot Blast Coal Stoves
C O A L W IL L BK T H E COMINO F U E L TO BURN
M AN Y P E O P LE A R E NOW BURNING IT. AND YOU C A N HAVE MON
EY ON YOUR W IN T E R F U E L IF YOU
BUY A C O AL 8TOVE
UHE C O AL FOR H K A TIN Q PURPOSES. OR FOR COOKING
LE T ME SHOW
YOU TH ESE
W IL L H A V E NO
company that they would take
barrels of oil a day for fuel.
Yield tier Acre
A lfa lfa
PLAN Ï0 DO AWAY
WITH GRAIN SACKS
O P E R A T IO N S
A R K W E L L I NDKB
W AV AN D Nl'tX KHN SEEMS
W ASH ING TO N
FA R M E R S TO DE
MAND H U LK SYSTEM
tin Iona, variety
• Continued front 1st page)
$B<ta'nii«'s trip through Sisters at
► time was to determine Ihe *d-
pfcillty of getting supplies from
T * f,,r '•.....«tensive work that will
! '*'Mll,f In- alarteli as soon aa posai
/ 1,1 'be spring
rTh ere |a „
road from Hla-
F* *nd Mr Kdmondalone thinks It
P be kept o|H.n through the winter
i ' h v*-ry inn, difficulty.
conversation with Mr. Kd-
••"Istiit,,. |,r alated htal he had no
l" b' b" ' that the work will be
lr,,'-l al an early date and rushed
It w ill refluire a
of several hundred men anil
" '-»ra till,,, t „ rom piate thè un
T,»kltlg, which will he one o f the
l>*' "•••Bslve hydro electric planta
•■lutlneera have been left al
w*>* remain all wln-
Pound» o f t'a-lng I» on the
Way In From Vale fo r Hie
A W alla W alla dispatch of the 8th
says: Grain sacks must go. say rep
resentatives o f farm ers' unions of
Washington. Oregon and Idaho. In
convention here today for the pur
pose o f solving the sack problem.
Practically all o f the 250 repre
sentatives present are In favor of es
tablishing elevator« throughout the
northwest, and handling grain
bulk. The amount expended in one
year for bags, they say. would estab
lish enough elevators to care for the
grain o f the northwest as It Is hand
led In practically all other grain
belts o f this country. They sa.v they
cannot continue to pay- exorbitant
prices for bags, and It is probable
that definite steps toward the estab
lishment o f elevators will be com
pleted before the convention closes
Its two days' session.
Plant Now In * »p-
Advertisements published under
this head at one rent a word for
Inserted for less than 15 cents
ders from out of town must Inform
us how many Issues the sd Is to
O uf o f town orders must tie
A dispatch from
accompanied hy cash
•eat of Harney county, says: Many
figures count as words.
people In Harney county can hardly
M ilt N.tl.K .
reallxe that drilling for oil I* going
New high grade bicycle, never us on every day. the company Interest
Reasonable. Call at Spokesman ed having begun October 18, and
being now at a depth of 160 feet. A*
o ffic e
soon aa the supplies on the road be
Two vacant corners on K street
between hotel and de|Mit 100x100. tween here and Vale arrive the com
Also two rornera. f.Ovloo same lo pany will work day and night, with
It anticipates a com
For terma and particulars two shlfta.
pleted well by December 16.
■ee the Junea Land Co.
J C. Turney Is responsible for In
A year old
Berkshire Hoar for
Apply to X. The Spokesman teresting capital In the Harney coun
ty oil. gas and coal prospects, espec
ially oil and gas
He has been In
The choicest vacant corner. 50x vestigating Ihe held for about four
100 on Sixth street, only one block
Specialists In the directing
from Hotel Redmond This Is a snap
and development o f oil fields arc
for a quirk bay. | H H takes If
here In the person o f W. A. Clark of
See Jones Land Co. for terma.
Ihe Clark Oil Co. and the Clark-
Ml.st I I.I.A NKOUN
IIInes Oil Co. o f I'arkersburg, W. Va
I.ct ua do your next order o f Job and Ihe Marietta OH Co.- o f Marie
High grade work
and tta. Ohio, who ts In charge: and J
prices satisfactory. The Redmond C. Fauthrop. locator and geologist
A literary and musical entertain
ment will be given under the auspi
There I* In transit at present by- ces o f the latdles Guild o f the Pres
\\ \\T STl »ItIK s OK I.AHGK
wagon freight from Vale. 4 5,000 Tbs byterian church, at the church, on
SPE C IM E N * FROM K A It'Is of casing, requiring three ten horse Friday evening. Nov. 15th.
teatns o f six wagons each: and an ad
Miss Alma Uttchel. a graduate of
This hss been s great growing ditional shipment o f 40,000 pounds Emerson College o f Oratory, Boston,
year In the Redmond and Powell of casing Is due at Vale almost any will give readings from Mary W tlk-
llutle Districts snd some Immense time. All o f these supplies have to nes Freeman. E. Vance Cooke.Ralph
crops hsve been raised
This paper come from Pittsburg, since there Is Erwin Gibbs. 8. P. McLean Greene.
wanla to print stories about any ex no supply house for this kind of Ida B. Roberta. Horatio Winslow.
traordinary yield o f any kind or va- equipment needed nearer to this Blanche Bane Richard Hovey. Miss
Nety o f crop, and to that end would field. The well Just started has a 10 Gltchel is highly talented In her pro
fession. haa a pleasing voice and
like to have the farmers give ua the Inch opening.
Mr. Turney and Mr. Clark may all manner, and thoae who hear her are
news when they have some big po
tatoes. beets, sgussh, corn, melons, Indications here are favorable for a sure to have spent a profitable eve
etc., and when they have i yield of big oil field o f unusual magnitude, ning.
The musical program is well chos
grain crops that are above the pre and for a superior quality of oil The
vious years' average. That Is the soil formation Is regular, the con en to suit Ihe occasion, and all who
kind of news that shows up a coun tour o f the country Is right, and It have heard Mrs. Forrest will be glad
has been known
for several years to know that the will sing. Tlckests
try In good shape.
that natural gas existed, and there on sale at Mendenhall's. Adults 36c
and children 25c.
You give had lurk credit for a are also outcroppings o f coal.
Considerable difficulty was en
good deal that belong* to yourself.
countered In getting operations un
W it * Old Q serg*.
der way. owing to Ihe fact that wa
She—And how did you like the meet
ter had to be hauled until they found Ins. George?
He Fine, especially the talk by that
O R E G O N and W A S H IN G T O N r sufficient water. They now have 50
feet o f splendid water.
They were pretty little Mr* Featherly
She Mrs. Featherly! Why. the silly
also retarded hy having to haul lum
creature hasn't an Idea In ber foolish
A Directory o f each City. Town en.) ’ ber for their derrick and camp build
VIO»un. (Iv ln g d e errlp llv » «ketch e f
ings a distance of nearly 40 miles
n r h plere. localisa. poimlall.in. teir-
"Maybe not. my dear, but aha's aw
from the sawmills.
grapb. (h ip p ln g end b a n k in « point;
fully cute "
alM» Claailflrd Otrectory. com pile,! I.y
The contractors for the Oregon A
“On second thought. Georg*, you
bueineee and profession.
Eastern railroad, now building to needn't go with me again.” —Cleveland
ward Harney valley, assured the oil Plain Dealer.
R. I. rot.K a CO.. SK \TTI I
Tim othy Hay
ter studying m eteorological condi
tions. They have been supplied
necessary to last
them a year
•'Mr Kdmondalone expressed him
self aa being very favorably Impress
ed with road and other conditions
on this side, and staled that he will
favor gellin g supplies from here.
"H a rry U. Ilayea o f M cKenile
Bridge, brought Mr. Kdmondalone to
Risiera on horseback
enced i|Ulte a little difficulty In
crossing the summit as the snow
wss gulte deep snd It stormed most
o f the tim e."
P O L K ’S'
"Now. Raslua." Mhl the visitor at
the aonthern hotel, "I want » « '» e oof
fe«<. com cakes sml two fresh eggs
-Ah don't know nhont dotn slgs.
hosa.” said Bantus, shaking Ills head
“ We have all we kin do
kis-plu' our algs fresh enough without
havin' 'em to*» fre*li. » u lt H a r p e r 's
A JOCULAR MONARCH.
Iv a n
Kind o f Crop
A LFR E D MUNZ
T H E COLE
TH E R IG H T KIND.
NOW C E R TA IN
O TH E R F U E L— BUT YOU MUST G ET T H E R IG H T
K IN D O F A STOVE TO OET GOOD RESULTS,
PRICES AR K MODERATE. A N D W H E N YOU ONCE BURN C O AL YOU
PH ILAD ELPH IA. PA.
I H A V E FOR S A LE TH E BEST H E A TIN G C O A L STOVE MADE— TH E
COLE HOT BLAST.
Northwest Townsite CoJ
ES E ITH E R .
T H IS SECTION.
Nothing speaks M l o for Itedmnnd and Ih « agricultural districts
this section of Central Oregon than th« reports o f actual crop yields
« S|M»lirsman la anilous to secure th e«« reports from all localities for
bltcatlon, and therefore requests etery farmer to d ip out and mall the
If there are any additional comments on crop conditions you desire
make, a rite on a separate sheet of paper and enclose with the tabu-
END IN YOUR ( KOI*
REPORTS—DO IT NOW
T H IS
:I0M CH ESTNUT ST..
A BO I T
Address all communications to our Portland office. No. 601
Write now. The average cost of water w ill be
$ 16 an acre. We will give you a square deal.
SAVIN O K IN D O F FUEL.
tha T s r n b l a H a d C o ld B is
N o t io n s A b o u t Jootm g.
Ivan the Terrible forgot neither hie
devotions nor bis diversions. His pal
ace alternately resounded wtth pray
ing and carousing He bad a company
o f Jesters, whose duty It was to divert
blm. e*|>eciully before and after any
executions, but they often paid dearly
for an unseasonable Joke.
Among Ibese none was more distin
guished than Prince Gvosdef. who held
a high rank at court.
The caar. being one day dissatisfied
with a Jest, poured over the prince's
bead the boiling contents o f a soup
basin. The agonized wretch prepared
to retreat from the table, but the ty
rant struck blm with a knife, and be
fell senseless to the floor. Dr. Amolph
was instantly called.
"Save my good servant" ' cried the
n a r. “ I have Jested with blm a little
"So hanl." replied the other, "that
only God and your majesty can restore
him to life. He no longer breathes."
Ivan expressed his contempt, called
the deceased favorite a dog and con
tinued his amusements.
Another day. while he sat at table,
the waywode o f Starltxa. Boris Tltof.
api>eored. bowed to the ground and
saluted him after the customary man-
"God save thee, my dear waywode.
Thou deservest a proof o f my favor."
He seised a knife and cut off an ear.
T itof thanked the oxar for his gractoua
favor and wished him a happy reign.—
R u le s T h a t U se d to Be In F orce H a l f a
C e n tu ry Age.
A curious relic o f railroad operation
some flfty years ago in Tennessee and
Georgia is exhibited in the following
extracts from the rules then la force.
Each engineman will keep a watch,
which must be regulated by th# time o f
his conductor at the comtnem-eaMM o f
each trip and will always bare In hta
pivavesslou the current schedule bonk
Should any stock be killed which
may he likely to endanger th# safety
o f the next train passing, the engine
man will atop his train until track la
A* a general rule, when trains meet
between stations the train nearest tbe
turnout will run back
as to which train has to retire la to he
determined nt once by tbe conductors
without any Interference on the part
o f the engtnemen. This rule la re
quired to t»e varied In favor o f hravleat
loaded engine or tbe worst grades. I f
they meet near tbe center. In ca«e o f
backing, a man must be placed no th#
lookout, so that any danger to tbe rear
most part o f the train may be seen and
the engineman at or.«-e receive notice.
The hacking must he done cautiously.—
Rallnwd Man's Magazine.
A F in e B a tte ry o f Teeth.
The animal having tbe most teeth Is
'he great armadillo of south O n tral
anti northern South America. It Is a
fact well known to moat people that
the normal or average numtwr o f teeth
In mammals la thirty-two—atiteen
above and the aame number below
Tbe great armadillo, however, la an e x
ception. having from It! to 100 lie has
from twenty four to twenty -six In each
side o f the npi>er Jaw and from twenty
two to twenty four In each aide of tbe
lower Jaw Another peculiarity Ilea In
the fact that they are all molar« or
grinders. They Increase In slxe from
front to bark. Instead of from the root
and are wholly destitute of enamel