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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View Entire Issue (May 28, 1914)
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OFFR I M.
TUM - A- LUM
First, Last and All the Time
And Here’s YVhv:
There’s More to the Retail Lumber
Business Than Just “Selling Wood”
(H R BUSINESS POLICY IS TO H ELP YOl Ht V
It is impossible to find men who try harder to please you than
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S«M of Inter tor
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Sre of V; r 1 «-ulture D W Houston
1*0* tHUà*ter Li¡.-lierai
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Sur of Slate
Attorney lim erai
Supt l*ub Instruc .
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Our Engineering Department. With Free Plans and Specifica
tions. Is at Your Service.
A B O IT
Tum-A-Lum Lumber Co.
ROLL-TOP DESK IS BARRED
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we do, and NO ONE is more anxious to give you the very best
the remodeling on your present home, a new barn, your district
school house, your new silo from our latest ideas on silos.
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t'slljr. axcapt "unday. I JO a. in
to 4 p ni
Sunday. I to » a m
l. f t i f t « mulled not later than I ' J
p in, will I m i « hers on Hi» ulsbi
trsln setti* nor'ti
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and most reliable information on lumber and building material
than we are.
For the benefit of our customers who are unable to secure the
services of local architects, we will help you plan that new house,
R AILR O AD
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T t*ln arrives from South * tOi>m
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B IT T E
In the Interest of Efficiency Eastern
Railroad Equip* Its Office* With
Great Pairwing Damaged.
The hall In the HIJks museum. In
Amsterdam, which coutalns Rem
brandt a "The Night Watch." pain*-d
In 1642. was specially mill to hold
the picture, that the lighting might be
aa perfect as possible. The picture
Is always lighted; the hall always
Originally the picture was ar
ranged badly aa to light and apace.
When in 1715 It was transferred from
the Doelen to the town hall. It was
made to lit Into Its new position by
laving strips rut off the canvas on
either side and off the top. which de
stroyed the balance
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(’. II. IRVIN, Furniture & l miertakiai
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This Is an age o f efficiency, and In
Mi** I Alt tie Mead is
a is t in s M r s the successful stores, offices, and cor
D. D. Smith this week
J. E. Van Allen has rented the porations one tees many things that
Simmons place and ia sow ins it to make for mere efficient work on the
part o f every one from the big boas
Mrs. M. A. Kins. Mrs. H D Mc down to the Janitor
Gowan and Mrs IV W itte W illia m «
Nowhere perhaps Is efficiency more
called on Mrs. Hattie Mahalfey last rigidly demanded than on most of
i k I im
J F II ... h
Three o f the live pupils taking the
R e c o r d e r .....................D Q. Burdick
eighth grade examinations In this
T r e a s u r e r ................... J R Roberta
They are Joe ,he point This order forbids the use
A tto r n e y .......................J A Wlltrox
Telephones In Constantinople.
McElfresh, W illiam Van Allen and o f roll-top desks by any of the em
C. A. A4 AMU
Constantinople will shortly be "on Marshal
Misa Lottie Mead.
ploye*— all offices from the president *
Our school closed
Wednesday. down and all those along the system the telephone.” Aa the service Is In Councilman W, U Phœnlx. K C
May 20. and the teacher. Mrs. De- have been equipped with flat-lop the bands of a private rompany. and
Immele, Il F DeSoufa, F II A t
W itte W illiam s, and husband m ove!
kinson. G W Farris. P M Reedy
not aa here a department of the post-
to their home on Crooked river Sat desks
This Is so the men will not cram office. we may unreservedly congratu Regular Meeting* — 2nd and 4th
Tuesdays of each month
Mrs. H. D. McGowan called at the pigeonholes full o f papers and pile late that ancient city on Its new ac
Stony Point and Daisy Ranches work and papers on their desks, close qulaltlon. remarks the London Globe.
REDMOND COMM4 Id I 4L I LI II
Wednesday forenoon and at W. J. them up and go borne The man with It la curious to read that several Turk
Sturdivans and M. A. K in g’s In the a flat-top desk will clear It off be ish gtrla will be found among tha P r e s id e n t..................W S Rodman
operators This Is a new and highly Vice President...........Guy E Dubaon
Mrs. E. E. Butcher and daughter. fore leaving In fact It’s mandatory
departure, and la said to Secretary ..................... R L. Schee
Frances, visited at the McElfresh
Meet* first and third Wednesdays
approval of tha govern-
and Benton homes one day last week
In each month
The C. O. I. Co. men are putting fusa and fume over a pile o f unsorted meat.
in several weirs and intakes in this papers, but ready to dig right In on
vicinity this week.
T ry our Classified Ada— lc word.
the day’s Job. There a nothing left un
Mrs. J J McElfresh called on Mrs done from yesterday.
E. M. Eby Tuesday afternoon.
NAM ES FOB M A ILIN G
Mrs. DeW itte W illiam s and Mr.
An Extraordinary Dwelling.
and Mrs C. D. Sturdivan took dinner
The Spokesman has the name of
at W. J. Sturdivan * Wednesday.
A remarkable dwelling place Is sit
G. H. Stone was over from Powell uated at Blendoc, Kent. England.
________ every taxpayer In Crook county, with
Standing In the corner of an agriciU-
W. E. G regory and Mr. and Mrs.
tural field of many acres. It was for airing names for mailing or other
D eW itte W illiam s took dinner at E.
merly a chapel, probably the private purpose* can secure same at this o f
M. Eby’s Saturday.
J. F. Van Allen has finished his chapel o f the owner of a large estate fice at a reasonable figure.
in the immediate neighborhood
work o f assessing.
D i« « .-lotion o f P n r tn r r .lilp
Miss France* Butcher is assisting has been many times restored, great
her cousin. Mrs. Gregory, this week care being taken to keep It true to Ha
K. M Kby sold two ntre pigs to original form, the Interior, especially
Notice Is hereby given that the
DeW itte W illiam s last week.
existing between Jour-
Mrs. W. E. Gregory and Miss
Frances Butcher called on Mrs. H. wrought oak beams Strangers to the dan It Kulesch was dissolved by mu
By H o l l a n d
neighborhood, who are Ignorant of Its tual consent on A pril 1, 1914, P. O
D. McGowan Saturday.
Ed Line* was a business caller at history, when out for a stroll on Sun Jourdan continuing the business.
An advertisement It an
H arvey Shank's one day last week
day, often attempt to enter the build
We neglected to mention last week ing, under the Impression that they A ll Indebtedness o f the above firm
sures against loss through
was assumed by P G. Jourdan. and
that Mrs. H. D. McGowan enjoyed a
the purchase o f goods of
ride in the McElfresh auto, this be may attend a service there, and are all accounts due the firm are collec
astonished to find that It la in reality
ing her first auto ride.
Inferior quality. When you
tible by him.
J. F Van Allen has been fencing In use a* a d welling house. The ex
buy goods that are adver
act History of the building Is lost, and
a part o f his place with hog wire.
tised you know you are
W. E. Gregory assisted DeW itte antiquarians from all parts of the 1914.
getting the best. Makers
W illiam s to move Saturday, remain world are continually calling to In-
P. O. JO U R D A N ,
ing over night at the W illiam s home. apect what is to them a complete mya-
o f poor articles can’t afford
M A T T KULESCH.
Mrs. J. J. McElfresh and son, V ic
to advertise them.
l>eon McElfresh tery. Many explanations are offered
liable merchants are not
B A B B IT M E T A L
and W illiam Salzer to their work In by the oldest Inhabitants o f the neigh
the woods south o f Bend. The young borhood. and strange tales ara told
allowed to advertise In this
men expeet to work there some time concerning It.
The Spokesman has about i.OOO
Paper even If advertising
Mrs. E. E Butcher took dinner at
pounds o f old type ffietal that la just
the Gregory home Saturday .
American Caviar Popular.
the thing fo r babbit metal, packing
them, which Is unlikely
Clinton Benton, the little son o f
The use of the roe salmon and other for boxes, etc.
Same will be sold
Mr. and Mrs Earl Benton. Is recov
because truth and relia
ering from his bums and can now American fish for the making of cav reasonable.
L arge quantities sold
bility are the essence of
get around on his hands and knees iar is growing rapidly, and as a re
at a discount.
L ittle Eva. who has been staying sult what at one time was a serious
Vou don’t take chance*
with Mrs. C. L. Mead during her waste bas been turned Into an excel
Notice for Publication
brother's Illness, is home now.
when you buy advertised
lent and valuable food. The principal
Department o f the Interior, United
Clarence Johnston Is here from
goods, because If by any
States l-and Offlt-e, The Italles
Washington vlsltin ghis aunt, Mrs difference between this caviar and the
chance there should be
Russian caviar is that the Russian ar Oregon. May 21. 1914.
J. J. McElfresh
ticle Is made principally out of stur
Notice Is hereby given that Jesse
anything wrong with the
geon roe. while American caviar la D. Butler o f Redmond, Oregon, who.
F IS H IN G ON TH E M E T O L II H
goods there la the reputa
on February 15. 191.1, made Home
The well known fishing resort o f made from salmon roe, white fish roe, stead Entry No. 011284. for the
manufacturer back o f them,
Dan H elsing’s on the Metollus River and the roe ol other fish that are han S ti 8 E *4 o f Section 4. and N % NK ’4
dled on a large commercial scale aa o f Section #, Township 15 South,
and any article that I* not
Is now rebuilt and equipped better
well as from sturgeon roe.
Range 12 East, W illam ette Meridian,
than ever to take care o f the trav
up to the advertised speci
This caviar Is made In the same has filed notice o f Intention to make
elin g public and those who are look manner as the Russian caviar. The Final Commutation Proof, to estab
fications will be replaced.
ing for good fishing and a good time roe Is pressed through screens, which lish claim to the land above de
combined can find It there.
allow the egg« to pass, but hold back scribed. before W 11 Daggett, U. S
Oomrilssloner, at Redmond. Oregon,
D ON'T T A K E
all the membrane and the egg sack*.
on the 8th day o f July. 1914
C A T T L E S H IP M E N T
These eggs are then packed In a large
Claimant names as witnesses:
W E. Claypool, W J Woods, W
The Redmond Union Warehouse quantity of salt, which draws some of
Company w ill ship out a car o f hogs the water and other substances from I). Rannela. H arvey Martin, all of
a d v e r t is e d g o o d s .
( ’ line Falls. Oregon
Anyone having hogs, veal them.
H. F R A N K WOODCOCK.
or cattle ready to ship with this con
signment should list same with Robt.
First publication May 28-June 25
4 *> 12
The Spokesman for good printing
YOU CAN IMI NC) BETTER ANVW’HQ»
C» iMF IN
w vu i i l l v o i n i : i : d i h i
r ilE O H IITH
Circuit Court Merond Monday In
March, first Monday In September,
first Monday In December
First Monday In
Commissioners' Court The first
Wednesday In January. March, May.
July. September and November
BUY YOUR I I HNlTltt
ra w ly
« o í N I 4
. . . . U Springer
. . Warren Brown
. . . Frank Elkina
. . . Ralph Jordan
........ W H W irts
H A Foster
J E Meyers
IV II Poindexter
Fred A Hire
II ilayley, W W
W ILSO N. I'm,.I , ,r
Funner« In lina illalrirt und other
Central Oregon ur«* invited in mule ihn
I heir lH’u.l«|uuitrrs while In town
to their want« uml do*Irr their pnlr-mag* q ?
l' S Senators. Harry tjino and tioo
< Id h >R
School Hupt . . . .
S u rv e y o r ............
M i t 0.1 V|| \ |
Hotel Redmond Bar
IIK K M \N
L O V K. Proprietor
NO TH ING
HKST UH VN DS OF L lq l'O K S , WINKS
VND t ll. VltS
Keeps you p«»*te<l tin ne ws m atters all the time
on to know t ha t we hair
I he Blue Ribbon Rereheron Hors
of Crook County
A "'l m I ho •I"1 "Weepstakes horse over all breeds
air. I;M:J), at our burn, one mile north of UedmO
"i- Male or for breeding purpoRM.
If you want to raise $ loo or |r>4)0 teams, do not f»H
!' ° ,ir
Or better still, let us show you colt" t t t
1 I,,,r***s which are owned by your neighbor".
Terms of service $|<> f„r single leap; *_’«» I" I"*“1
r" v ' ,l,‘ "ben mare is known to l*e with foal.
lb-member!— Cheap servire means inferior roll"-
Jackman & Con Ion
Dealers in Draft S ta ll!«*.
Ih.rns on < onion