The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current, November 20, 1913, Page PAGE FOUR, Image 4

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REDM OND SPOKESMAN
l*urt‘ I-ard.
Homo Cured Hams and liaron
at homo ani koop tho money
in circulation hero.
Everything: in the above line that it
needed lor construction pui poses. II
J. B. ROE, Proprietor
you are jjoinu to build let me lijjure oi
vour estimate.
You’ll like our prices
PORTLAND
£ 2 5 ^ ^
CENTRAL OREGON LINE
The Owl for Busy People
I ta il, train n a-h w ay h t 'l » w n C en tra l O re g o n p o in t« a m i P ortla n d .
T o u r l't sleep in g ca r ( b erth a $ 1 .0 0 ) .
F r o m C en tra l O re g o n
L ea ve B e n d ................... 8 :3
L ea v e D esch u tes . . . . 8 :4
L ea ve R e d m o n d . . . . 9 :1
L e a v e T e r re b o n n e . . . 9 :2
L ea v e C u l v e r ................. 1 0 :0
L ea ve M etoliu s . . . . . 1 0 : 2
L ea ve M a d r a s ............... 1 0 :3
A rriv e s P o r tla n d . . . . 8 :1
K trst-claaa o a c h e e .
T o C en tra l O n « « .
P o r t l a n d ...............7
M a d r a s ................. 6
M e t o l l u . ...............6
C u l v e r ................. 6
T e r re b o n n e . . . 7
R e d m o n d ............ 7
P e e o h u t e s ............7
B e n d .......................8
L ea ve
A rriv e
A rriv e
A r r iv e
A rriv e
A rriv e
A r r iv e
A r r iv e
P u b lis h e d e v e ry T h u rsd a y by
H. H. * C. L. P A L M E R
A t R e d m o n d . O re g o n .
several com m u nities a h o are « l i l i l í ,
to cu ltiv ate an sere, or even half su
sere, under the direction o f our as
S trictly In A d v a n ce
rtcultural expert
If ou r | 76. «00 road, b r ld .e
an I
O ne ye a r .............................................
w eed budget Is approved It «111 en
Six m o n t h s .......................................
a b le us to d o lom eth in g m ore than
T h re e m o n th s ..................................
"s it on the lid .“ but unless the peo
S in gle c o p i e s .....................................
pie are w illing to stand a heavy tax
A d v e rtis in g R a te s m ad e k u ow n
very little can be done
u pon a p p lica tio n .
It w ill be wel) to bear In uitnd,
E n te re d as se co n d cla ss m atter m ean w hile, that the levy la only on e
J u ly 14. 1 9 1 0 . at th e poatofflee at h a lf as high as It appears tor the
R e d m o n d . O re g o n , u n d e r th e a ct o f reason ou r ¿aaeasuieut Is not 60 per
cen t o f ou r actual values
M arch 3. 1S79.
li SP R IN G E R , C o Judge
T H U R S D A Y . N O V E M B E R 20. 1913
S U B S C R IP T IO N
P rom p t d o p a t e li o f fre ig h t b etw een C en tra l O re g o n a nil P ortla n d ,
a n d P o r tla n d a n d K a steru t i l l o .
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C on n ection s m ad e in P o r tla n d to and
fro m
W illa m e tte
V a lle y .
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A storia and C la tsop B each poin ts. P u get S ou n d , S p ok a n e, M on tan a,
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C o lo ra d o . St. P au l, O m ah a. K ansas C ity a nd C h ica g o .
£
F a res, tim e s ch ed u les and o th e r in fo r m a tio n
X
( Continue,t from 1st T a s»)
RATES
A Clos« Buyer.
by le tte r o r u p on
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a p p lica tion to
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N O T IC E T O SI lis t III BEILS
H. B A l'K O L , Agent, Redmond, Oregon.
f
A ll
s u b s crip tio n s
to
The
S p ok esm a n a re s to p p e d at th e
e x p ira tio n o f th e tim e th ey a re
paid fo r .
N o tice w ill lie sent
to e a ch s u b s crib e r a m on th lie-
f o r e th e s u b s crip tio n e x p ire «,
ca llin g a tte n tio n t o th e d a le
th e |vaper has b een pa id to.
th u s g iv in g sufficient tim e In
w h ich to ren ew th e s u b s crip ­
tion w ith o u t m iss in g any r o p -
R. H. C r o lle r , A. G. P. A.
W . C. W ilk e s. A. G. F. and P. A ., P o r tla n d , O re.
Wood Iron Work
and
If there is anything you want in the above line
call on me.
I have a plant capable of doing
all kinds of work in wood and iron, and will
save you money on all orders placed with me.
I can make any furniture you may want.
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G . W . D A V IE S
An Illustration.
L ittle n a r r y —Pa. w hat's a foregon e
con clu sio n ? P a —A n yth in g th at’ s su re
to fo llo w som ethlu g else. T o giv e you
an Illustration. If I w ere to lock th e
dra w er o f my desk It w ou ldn 't be
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tw en ty m inutes
liefore you r m other
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would break It open fo r the purpose o f
finding out w hat I w as tryin g to con
cea l.—C levelan d Lender
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T h riftless Jockeys.
Many o f the old time English Jockeys
w ere terribly thriftleea. F or Instance.
Jim Snow den, w ho won the O aks when
he was seventeen years old and gained
E sta te
IF YOU W A N T TO K N O W A N T-
T H I N « A B O U T R E A L E S T A T E IN
m u rara
ok
v ic in it y
call
on
O R W R IT E T O
C. H. FR Y ,
REDM OND
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The Old Pioneer Blacksmith o f Redmond
R eal
P o s itiv e ly n o
s u b s crip tio n s
a cce p te d u n less p a id fo r In m l-
va n ee.
T h e d a te o n th e la b e l o n th e
p a p e r o r w ra p p e r
w ill show
» l i e n y o u r s u b s crip tio n Is |>ald
up to .
H OTEL
B U IL D IN G
R e d m o n d , O re g o n
A New Turk Ihewtrtcal mao « s s sp
pointed receiver for a small opera
house In an up state town In New
York
lie was anxious to sell It and
was w illing to take the flrst offer made
H e advertised the place, and after
waiting a w e e k hr was delighted whea
an Inquiry cam e In
“ Say. mister." the proaporf asked,
"b o w much do you want for the the«
ter?"
"J ly friend.” the tw elv er replied. "I
am extrem ely anxious to make a sale,
and I'll let you have It fo r your own
price ”
•‘Please, roister.” said the Inquirer
"c a n ’ t you d o a little better than thalf*
Saturday Evening Rost­
Pendleton, Dec. 5th-6th
Low Round-Trip Fares From All Stations In Oregon on the
Oregon-Washington Railroad & Navigation Co.
OKEfrON
b k ; d e p o s it a t l a k e
C on tin u ed from 1st
deep.
T h e body hat not been e x­
plored e n tirely and may be even
d eep er
At placea w here b lock s o f these
cry sta ls h ave been rem oved the wa
,e r f*a" co m e up from below and In a
tim e rry s ta ll/e d again
Thus.
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* * '••Xhavatlbla N P
f ,Jr o f “ »da crysta ls Is offerd
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l-ack o f tran sportation facilities
a lo n ,. h„
reUrdv(1 , hl> (1, . ^ , nl)u|rnt
o f this prop erty In the past
The
p la ce Is a b o u t »0 m iles from Red
m on d and m ore than 2& m iles from
Ijv k evlew , Its n earest railroad con
n rctlon .
T he new "E ast and West
line n o » being built by the
O .-W . It A N Co. out o f Vale will
pass w ithin a fewr tulles o f the lake
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COmp* llT
a branch line to ron .
neet with the ra ilroad
In recen t m ontha, how ever, a u to­
m o b ile tru ck s have b e e n used to ca r ­
ry sm all qu a n tities o f soda to
the
n earest ra ilroa d s fo r shipm ent
<>,.
«a slo iia l lota have b e e n s e n t to P o r t ­
C urious W edding Ring Custom.
land. to Han Fram -laco and to Eu­
T h ere Is nn old tradition at T ou r« tt rope.
w hich brides adhere strictly, accord
M any Im p rovem ents a lready have
lug to C om te Austin de Cruse, w ho do been m ade by the com pany on the
llvered a ta r t a n on French folk lore In aboraa o f A lk ali La ke
They
|n.
London. W hen the ring la lielng put \ elude permanent i|yc|||ngs r a m * . -
on ber finger at the altar the bride stahlea, an office building and some
takes care that It does not pass Iwyond storage bins. An aggregate of } 4 n
the second Joint. O th erw ise she w ould '*00 has been expended therein t h e
n ever hope to be absolute sovereign In last few; months
ber new home.
A «core of men are employed on
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| the g rounds ex tracting the soda d - -
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llet our prlree b e fo re b u y in g e le e * h e r*
SODA TO BK MINED;
lasting renow n at tw en ty , when be
rode Blair Athol to v ictory In the
lierb y and St. I-egpr. died, poisoned by
drink. In his forty-sixth year, anti a
subscription had to be m ade to bury
him.
CORN SHOW EXCURSION
o f this flour
Wines and Liquors
Imported and
Domestic Cigars
Nothing hut the BEST in nerved at our pUn
Redmond,
Eats
When you want the BEST M E A L IN REDMOND
TYVO TICKETS IN FIELD
Sale Dates
Final
Dec. 1 to 6 In-
Return Limit
e l u s i v e
Dec. 8th
1913
1913
$1,000 In Cash Prizes
— T o b e glveD fo r th e best e x h ib it o f co rn g ro w n d u r in g 1 913
In c o u n t r y tr ib u ta r y to th e O .-W . R. A N.
E v e r y c o r n g r o w e r sh ou ld en ter his p r o d u c ts In th is co n te s t.
E v e ry fa r m e r s h o u ld atten d th ese sh ow s, w hich a re th e flrat o f the
k in d e v e r g iv e n by a ra ilro a d In the N orth w est fo r th e b en efit o f th e
p e o p le a n d c o m m u n it ie s a lo n g Ita line.
A S K P A R T I C U L A R S O F A N Y A G E N T OK T H E O .-W . R . M N.
The Spokesm an
Keeps you posted on news matters all the time
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beds, preparing
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«n lp m en t, and oth*»r w ork. A i
(C o n tin u e d fr o m 1st p ag e)
'“ ’on n"
railroad gela nearby a
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1« g iv e n aa Mr. L y n c h ’ a reaaon
d e c lin in g a n o m in a tio n
Mesars.0 AAkBnson and R e e d y w ere j o
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M oved that the tick e t be placed
j b e fo r e th e vo te rs and be know n an
I th e P r o g re s siv e T ick et.
TH E R ED M O N D SP O K E SM A N FROM N OW U N T IL J A N U A R Y 1915 FOR O NLY $1.00.
for the MONEY, you can (e t It by calling on W*
• VOI NG, the well known
man at the
veteran rtatauttM
fo r ( ,,m P|°J,e<> th ere constantly,
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On T h u rsd a y e v e n in g , N ovem b er
| 20, a n o t h e r m e e tin g waa h eld In the
« to r e ro o m fo r m e r ly o c c u p ie d by the
M cS h erry tr a n s fe r line. T h e m eetin g
w as c a lle d to o r d e r by C h airm a n Ben
O of ter at 8 o ’ c lo c k . M r. K e m p e r wxh
ch o se n aa se cre ta ry .
T h is m e e tin g p la ced th e n am ra o f
fo u r m en In n o m in a tio n fo r th e tw o
i yea r term o n ly , th e b a llo tin g result
! Ing as fo llo w s :
H . F. De S ou za . 23.
G e o rg e W . F a rris, 22.
W . O. P h o e n ix . 19.
T h e n am es o f fo u r m en w ere then
p la ced In n o m in a tio n f o r th e on e
yea r term , th e b a llo tin g resu ltin g ax
fo llo w s :
F re d A tk in so n , 22.
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P M K eedy, 19.
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J. H. D lttlm o re , 12.
I
Oregon
• KOI* R E P O R T S W A N T E D
RY
THE
SPO K ESM AN
T h e Spok esm an la d esirou s
o f se cu rin g c r o p rep orts from
all se ction s trib u ta ry to R e d ­
m on d
N oth in g speak s b etter
fo r R ed m on d and the a g r ic u l­
tural d istricts In th is section
o f C en trsl O regon than the
re p o rts o f a ctu al c r o p yields
T h e Spok esm an Is a n x iou s to
se cu re th ese re p o rts fro m all
lo ca litie s fo r p u b lica tion , and
th e re fo re req u ests e v e ry farm er
fo c lip o u t the " C r o p R e p o r t"
blank pu b lish ed e lsew h ere In
th is Issue, fl|| R |n p rop erly,
o ffic e ’ f w here " » " 'L m
Ill " b r° ,,h l"
m in e n ce
m o o n n g g S / T
p p r ro
om
c e ^ a a m
s o u rc e s o f th is section o f the
state.
Redmond Grill
Open Day and Nifcht
Anderson Bros.’ Saw
IA, : TI OEItS OF ROUGH A N D DRESSED
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° u k MILL IS T H E N EAREST
YOU CAN G E T HIGH-GRADE
0 1 'K PRICES AR E RIGHT.
Mi Miles Southwest of Laidlaw.
YOU C A N T AFFORD TO MISS TH IS CHANCK
SEND IN YOUR ONE DOLLAR T0D*v