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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View This Issue
See Mask Ball Prizes
Now on Exhibition
S«*e the prizes on exhibition at
William’s jewelry store in the
(•»«toffire building, to he given
to the lady and gentleman wear
ing the best costumes on O ct 31
at the grand mask ball in the new
Redmond Social Hall, north Glli
street, floor space 30x80. Every
Why not try for
the $15 watch, the $10 pipe or
the minor prizes?
C. F. Bartlett Manager.
MEN OF OREGON!
Do You Know
See Jones [.and Company
OWNERS (Not Agents) for easy
terms on lots in Melrose Park.
That during only a few weeks* circulation, 40,000 of you r fellow -citizens signed
a written protest against statewide prohibition?
That had it been necessary to go further, fully four-fifths of the voters w ould
have signed it?
That this list of signers includes farmers, ministers, physicians, ranchers, lawyers,
workingm en, and almost without exception, the leading bankers and business men
of the State?
That it includes the names o f many men w ho vote “ d ry ” in their ow n com m unity?
We cater to the wants o f our
patrons and make it our aim to
give them the best in the house.
If you want to play a game of
billiards or pool drop into our
place ‘ T h e Palace"—Snell &
No better 5 cent cigar can be
bought in Redmond than the Sam
Sloan and Spokesman cigars.
Sold by the Buckley Drug Co.
Try one, you’ ll like them. 9tf
Statewide prohibition absolutely kills local option, and the people o f O regon
want local option. T h ey want a voice in the settlement o f this question in their
ow n com m unity. It is their right.
Statewide prohibition robs you o f that right.
It robs you o f the right to have cider, beer, or liquor, in your ow n hom e! It
makes it a crim e to give your friend or neighbor a glass o f cider.
It permits any officer, special or regular, to break open your door at midnight
and search your w ife's or m other’s room for liquor! D o you want that kind of law
in O regon ?
M aine, on September 12, 1910, repudiated its prohibition law of 57 years* stand
ing by electing, for the first time in 30 years, a D em ocratic governor upon his pledge
to re-submit the constitutional prohibition law. It was not political insurgency that
turned the tide, but insurgency against statewide, obnoxious, ineffective prohibi
tion, so-called. W ill O regon profit by M aine’s error of threescore years?
N othing is settled until it is settled right.
Let us settle it now and settle it right.
T h e H om e Rule bill (N o . 328 on the ballot) permits cities to vote on prohibition
within their ow n limits. It permits any precinct or num ber of precincts within a
city, or any precinct or num ber o f precincts or the w hole county outside the cities,
to vote for or against prohibition, as they choose. U nder this bill every city in
every county, and every county in the State, may vote “ dry” if they so desire.
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lowegon Real Estate
On the Ground Floor
UNIS, LOTS, MIESTE1K
W rite fo r literatu re.
. . . A N D ....
I f you want to preserve your rights;
I f you want local option— which means H om e R u le;
If you want your glass of beer, cider or liquor at hom e— even tho’ you are
opposed to the saloon—
Y o u M U S T vote these numbers (cut them out and put them in your pocket
as a rem inder):
W. W. CAUGHEY,
3 2 8 X Y es. F or H om e Rule.
N o. Against Prohibition A m endm ent.
N o. Against Prohibition Search Law.
Prohibition attempt, to override an
individual and inherent right. That'a
why failure invariably follow , enact
ment o f tha law. It take, the liquor
traffic from liccaaed dealer, who ara
•ubiect to regulation and give, it to
lawbreaker, who are willing to »ell to
aunora, drunkard.— anybody lor gain.
Think it ov e r!
P. S .— A .k your Prohihitioni.t friend
to anawer thi. que.tion: If, a . they
claim, M million peopla are now living
in " d r y " territory, why i . it that the
U . S. Internal Revenue Department
■howa that more w hi.kay and more
beer I. eoa.umcd than ever before?
All Orders Given Prompt
Leave orders at Buckley Bros.
BUCKLEY EXP CS.
G R E A T E R O R E G O N H O M E R U L E A S S O C IA T IO N .
Two Stages Each W ay
Leave Redmond every Sunday
Leave Shaniko Tuesday and
Arrive at Redmond Thursday and
Passenger and Express
Fast Freight aW Eigress a Spedaltj
Are assured in Ellinger’s Addition.
Twenty-four lots sold in one day and a contract signed
for a $.3000 home to be built in the spring. 57 lots out o f a total o f 176 have already been sold.
every lot will more than double in value long before this time next year.
Do not delay longer.
destined to be the Largest and Best City in the entire Deschutes Valley, and Ellinger’s Addition will contain its
most beautiful homes.
See Elllnger 6 Ehlers NOTV