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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 17, 1910)
The Redmond Spokesman
Published at the “ Hub City ” of Central Oregon
REDMOND, CROOK COUNTY. OREGON. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 17. 1Ô10
$1.50 PER YEAR
1 for "dry” two years ago, to 3
when lie came to the western
to 2 for the “wets” this year.
country. He came overland to
San Francisco in 1 Mill and re
mained there two years, when he
that voted "wet”
went to what is now Lewiston,
Idaho, where he located on Hi)
acres where the city now stands.
In tnoae days placer mining wns
the main industry in that sec
Sherman, Tillamook, Umatilla.
tion, and the colonel says that in
Wasco, Washington and
1863 the Wells-Fargo Express Prohibition Lost in Union.
Will Be Installed
Hack to Old Home Co.
carried out $*,000,000 in pla
State by Over have voted "dry” are Benton, as Soon as Ry.
He was the first treas
at Randolph, cer urer gold.
Douglas, Linn, andYamhill coun
so the first treasurer of Whit
We have received our line of
Women Cannot Vote
Colonel Belcher came to Red
Overcoats for this season’s
Woman suffrage has been ov
mond about five years ago, soon WOMAN SUFFRAGE
wear, and they are the finest
erwhelmingly defeated through REDMOND TO BE
TRAVELED OVKK A
after the Redmonds arrived here,
line of goods ever shown in
MEASURE IS LOST plete and partial from 20 coun
LARGE TERRITORY and has been actively identified
with the growth and upbuilding
Redmond. We have priced
ties, not one has given a majori
of the city ever since. He says
these goods very moderately.
ty for the amendment. The vote
the way to make a town is to Is*
^ioneer Settler of Redmond liiieral in your ideas, contribute Democrat« Carry the Eaat- as totaled, gives 19,064 for wo C. P. Judge Pins His Faith
your money freely, and it will all
to Redmond for New
ern Staten Hy I^arge
Seen City (¡row Out of come
man suffrage and 35.527 against,
We Have a Complete Line of Rubber Goods
back to you either directly
the Sage HruHh
or Indirectly, but you are sure to
measure of 16,193. At the same
reap the benefit of your outlay.
ratio the amendment in the total
No tightwads ever made a new-
vote throughout the state has Redmond is to have a large im
country prosperous, says the col
been defeated by about 20,000. plement and mill supply house
I Col. Belcher of this city, who
Becently returned from an ex onel.
Home Rule Lead-* by .‘1000
It is a pleasure to meet a man
many more months roll
tended visit in the oast, had of Colonel Belcher's stamp, for parently been defeated by a ma The home rule liquor amend before
q ute a awing around the circle he is always looking on the jority that may range from 10,- ment is nearly 3000 to the good C. P. Judge of Prairie City, “ The Head 1» Fool Clothier.” Redmond, Or.
puitig ami coming on hia trip. bright side of life, and though 000 up. The striking feature of in a total count of 89,000 votes. who has a number of business en
(H e went out hy way of the Ca he is getting along in years he is returns so far indicate that the The vote on this measure and the terprises in different parts of the
nadian Pacific to Montreal and as hale and hearty and pleasant Prohibitionists have lost at least prohibition amendment will prob
will be at the head of the
front there he visited in Boston, us a young man with the whole 13 of their "dry” counties so far ably run up to a total of 95,0(0 state,
here. Mr. Judge
« I C L U S WILL
and hia at old home. From there world before him and his fortune as the state-wide prohibition vote to 100,000. On the home rule who is to an locate
h'' went to New York City when* to carve out. The colonel has is concerned, while they have bill, therefore, approximately this line of business, after look
he met old frienda, and on the always had great faith in the not gained one "wet” county. nine-tenths of the vote is repre
SOON SHINE II CIÏÏ
over the different localities in
return trip he went to New Or future of Redmond and has been In all probability, Lane county, sented in the figures that give ing
Oregon, decided upon
leans and took the Southern Pa- one of its enthusiastic boomers, which rolled up a majority of 770 the present majority of 3000. Central
as the most promising
C tic north, »topping at Los An and now he is beginning to see for the Prohibilionists two years This majority will probably not
Contracts Let for Placing
the business, both in
geles, San Kranciaco and other his predictions realized of Red ago. has gone "wet ’on the state be far different when the full point of trade
to be secured and
Poles and Stringing
Coast cities. He thinks he cov mond becoming an important vote, but turned a majority of count is completed.
more than 700 against the home New York state elects a demo sections of Centn 1 Oregon.
ered the country pretty well on city.
rule bill. Umatilla county, cratic governor by a plurality of Mr. Judge stated to th The Pioneer Firm Is Lo
which gave the "drys” 694 ma 65,000.
The colonel had not been back A Ijtrge Turnip
thi t his ho isa wculd cated in New
H. F. Jones, secretary and
to hia old home in Randolph, Ellinger & Ehlers have on ex jority and Union county, which Democrats will control the next Spokesman
of the Crook County
Mass., for twenty years, and he hibition in a window in the real favored the "dry»” by 690, both house of representatives, having implements, line
& Power C., in
found a vast number of changes. estate office a monster turnip went into the opposite column. 221 members to the republicans* mill supplies, both light and
The old bw ¡mining hole at his that weighs 10 pounds. The The "dry" majority in Douglas 157.
boyhood home was still there and turnip was grown on the J. O.
New Jersey, Connecticut and make Redmond the supply depot
other landmarks hud not passed Hanson place near the city, and
elected democratic gov for the central part of the state. STORE COMPLETE
as aoon as the lamps arrive.
switched from 363 "dry” to a Oregon
in Ohio a democratic While on a recent visit here
A contract has been let to C.
It is interesting to hear Mr. crops will thrive in the soil in similar majority for the "wets.” legislature has
McLallin for placing the poles
Crook county switched from 2 to
Belcher tell of the early days the Redmond district.
land near the city. He says he
and doing the wiring, and the
see no reason why the Red
; work will be pushed forward as
GOING DOWN DEEP AT can
mond District should not become The Firm Carries a Com , rapidly as possible. All the ma
for the system is here on
plete General Mer terial
CULVER FOR WATER the most famous in the state.
except the lamps and it
is expected they will arrive in a
HOTEL IS NOW UNDER
; short time.
Townsite Owners Propose
All of the new buildings built
to Drill at ¡.east
summer have been
Ehret Bros., pioneer general wired for the electricity,
and as soon
merchants of Redmond, this week as the plant is in operation
H. F. Jones Takes Charge the comer of Sixth and E streets,
city will be well lighted.
E. Wagoner, the well known
of the Popular Ho
well driller of this city, is now
building on the corner of Sixth A mask ball is to be given at
engaged in drilling a well at Cul
C streets, two blocks north Prineville Thanksgiving night un-
ver for the townsite people. He
, der the auspices of the Commer-
recently consolidated his business H. F. Jones is now the E*oni- The new
store is the first brick I cial club. Music by 5-piece or
with the Madras Well Drilling face at the Hotel Redmond, hav building built
section of chestra. and liberal prizes.
Co., and is now in a position to ing taken charge of that popular the county, and in is this
sink wells to any required depth place since the first of the month its appointments. The building
as the company has heavy ma Mr. Jones stated to The Spokes is 50x75, two stories, constructed Unnecessary*
chinery especially adapted for man that the hotel would be re with all modern improvements. Red Tape
fitted throughout and a number The store occupies the whole low Men often say there is too
Mr. Wagoner said that the well of
improvements made to add er floor, which, with its large much red tape about passing title
at Culver was now down about comfort
to land. If we could cut it all
to the wants of the trav
windows and high ceilings, out
710 feet and no water had been eling public. The Annex that show
we would be better off.
struck yet. The townsite com has recently been completed will lishment.
But when you reflect that land
pany, he said, would go down as double the capacity of the hotel, The Messrs. Ehret have ar is the most permanent, andhenc-;
far as 1,500 feet in an endeavor
the traveling public will be ranged the interior of the store the most certainly valuable prop
to get a suitable flow of water. and
man can possess, is it un
shown every attention.
for the convenience of their pat erty
At Hillman he went down 330 Under the management of F. rons.
such possession by
the south side is the rules to and guard
feet and found water, Mr. Wag M. White, who conducted the dry goods On department,
in the cen Centuries of experience and
hotel up to the first of the month, ter the notions and furnishing
oner said, and by going to a depth the
of 359 feet a practically inex with the traveling public and be department and the grocery, wisdom are behind the rule that
haustible flow was obtained.
come noted as one of the best crockery and glassware depart to transfer title there must be
in Central Oregon. ment occupies the west end of some writing. Written deeds,
Have You Bought
wills and other instruments be
the building. The north side is ing
Your Dance Ticket?
necessary, they must be in
devoted to clothing, men’s furn proper
If you are interested in help
ishings and shoes.
ing to maintain a good brass
if technical, it is the law
A cozy "rest room” for the la of the land,
band in Redmond you can now
and we mu3t abide
dies has been provided, which, by it.
do your share toward that organ
If you want to
no doubt will be greatly appre An abstract of title helps to
ization. The band is going to
by the feminine shoppers. understand these forms.
give their initial ball Wednesday
firm intends to have an Has your land been abstracted?
evening, Nov, 23d, in order to
to dedicate the new Crook County Abstract Co. (Inc.)
raise money to be applied on the
of which will ap
balance of the purchase price of
Spokesman next (We photograph
the new set of instruments re
cently bought. The band is get
ting along nicely now and play
LOU A. REED
Gone to Buy a
ing a good grade of music, and
When you want
instead of circulating a subscrip
R. K. Potter who has been con
tion paper and asking for dona
the best of
ducting a moving picture show
tions take this method of raising
here for some time, left last week
the money to put them out of
for Portland, He stated to The
debt—by giving dances. Tick
he is selling
Spokesman that he had gone out
ets are one dollar, and every one
to buy two regulation size bowl
is asked to buy one and show
Buckley Drug Co.
ing alleys which he would install
their good intention toward the
here as soon as they could be
hand. The dance will be given
in Fallgatter’s hall.
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