The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current, November 24, 1910, Image 4

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    Hotel Redmond
JONES LAND CO., l'rop'r».
REDMOND,
OREGON
Entirely Refurnished and Refitted
Headquarters for Tourists
and Traveling Men
Tables Supplied with the
Best the Market Affords
Always Ready to Cater to the Waats of the Public
“ THE PALACE”
B illiard and Pool
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SNELL & GREEN, Proprietors
Corner of Seventh and E Sts.,
REDMOND, ORE.
CIGARS, TOBACCOS
and SOFT DRINKS
Try a MONOGRAM 5 cent Cigar, or an
AQUILA. 2 for 25 cents—they are good
goods and will certainly please you.
A Good Line of Lunch Goods
Carried in Stock
Everything of the Best
“The Pastime”
P. L. SMITH, Proprietor
Soft Drinks
(Bigars and
Tobaccos
N othing bu t the B e st G oods ,
a n d a square d ea t to a it
NEW "WET” TOWNS
ARE "WEE” AT ONCE
T H E P U B L IC
The Attorney General Holds
Wet Towns May Li­
cense at Once
Wish to announce that I have bought out E. M.
Eby's entire interest in the Pioneer Meat Mar­
ket at Redmond, and in the future will conduct the
business myself.
Beside carrying a Full Line of Meats I will handle
everything that is raised on the ranch, such as eggs,
butter, chickens, vegetables, etc., which will be sold
at satisfactory prices, and 1 ask a share of your
patronage, assuring satisfaction to all.
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Attorney General Craw fort! has
held in an opinion that the city
councils of towns that have voted
wet in counties that went dry
under the loeal option law at the
election last week can license
saloons by ordinance without
another vote being taken on the
matter. This is true, says the
attorney general for the reason
that the new home rule amend­
ment to the constitution will go
into effect as soon as the returns
of the election are canvassed and
the governor’s proclamation has
been issued, while counties that
have voted dry will not be dry
until January 1.
The law provides that the coun­
ty courts shall make an order that
no liquor be sold in a county where
the official returns show that the
people have so voted. This order
cannot go into effect until Jan­
uary 1. For instance, in Wallow a
county, the county court will or­
der that no liquor be sold in that
county on or after January 1.
The governor will issue a procla­
mation. probably, before that
time declaring that the home rule
bill has been enacted into law by
the people. It will go into effect
at once, allowing the city of Jos­
eph. in Wallowa county, through
its city council, to license saloons
despite the vote making the coun­
PLEASANT RIDGE
ty dry.
Wm. Johnson has returned
Also, the attorney general
from
The Dalles where he had
holds that it will be the duty of
been
on
business.
the county ccurts to redistrict
Mr.
Foster
finished threshing
the cities where election districts
at
Pleasant
Ridge
on Mondav
include part of the county and
last.
Llovd
Harader
being the
part of the incorporated city so
last
on
the
list
that on matters of local option
Andrew Nelson returned home
the cities will vote in the general
this
week from Anton Ahlstrom’s
elections independent of the
place
where he had been pulling
voters who may be in the same
down
trees and clearing land.
election precints as city voters.
Frank Hensley. J. A. Vaus-
burg and Dan Greenhalgh made
Band Dance A
a business trip to Bend last Wed­
Big Success
nesday.
The dance given by the Red­ Mrs. W. R. Lawson and Mrs.
mond Concert Band in Ehret’s M. S. Quackenbush spent Sun­
hall Wednesday night was a suc­ day at “The Only Ranch.”
Fred Beck is on the sick list
cess in every particular. The
hall was crowded with an assem­ this week.
blage that came to give the band J. A. Chase is doing some fall
boys a good send off and help plowing at present.
Dan. Greenhalgh has finished
dedicate the new hall. The hall
was tastily decorated with flags baling his hay and is now deliv­
and bunting and the floor was in ering it to the railroad camps.
good condition for dancing. Part He had a satisfactory crop.
Bert Bovard spent Sunday at
of the dance music was played
by the full band, and the balance the home of J. A. Chase.
A. E. Green has built an addi­
by an orchestra from the band.
Supper was served at the Hotel tion to his house.
Redmond, and it was the best Mrs. Swalley and neice. Miss
spread ever gotten up in Red­
mond for a public supper.
C. F. B A R T L E T T
Sole Proprietor of
The Pioneer Meat Market, Redmond
Death Of
Irving D. Gibson
Irving D. Gibson died in Red­
mond last Thursday from typhoid
fever. The funeral was held
from the M. E. Church Saturday,
: Nov. 19th. Rev. Wilson preach­
ed an eloquent sermon. Mr.
Gibson was a member of Nest
122, Brotherhood of Owls, and
the funeral was conducted under
the auspices of that order. Many
of the members followed the re- j
mains to the cemetery.
Stewart, visited Monday and
Tuesday with Mrs. Swalley’s
daughter. Mrs. Ballard Gile.
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Additional Ix>cal.
The first real snow of the sea­
son fell Thanksgiving Eve and
covered the ground to a depth of
about I inches l>efore morning.
Lou A. Reed, who has been in
Redmond the past few days sell­
ing Banana lands, is one of the
early settlers of this city. He is
meeting with gratifying success
in selling the land he offers.
The Redmond Concert Band
received anumberof compliments
Wednesday night on the excellent
character of the music they fur­
nished for the dance.
The Hotel Redmond demon­
strated Wednesday night that
the house is one of the l>t*st
equipped in this part of the state
for serving suppers and banquets
for all occasions.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Zumwalt,
Lee and Mrs. Zumwalt and Mr.
and Mrs. Dave Miller ate Thanks­
giving dinner with Mr. and Mrs.
Z. T. McClay and greatly enjoy­
ed the spread.
DEALERS IN
Choice CSsrars
Wm. Clancy'has bought a half
interest in the Banquet Cafe of
this city, and the firm name is
now’ Finn & Clancy, Mr. Clancy
is an experienced cook and baker,
and patrons of the Banquet will
be assured of getting the best
the market affords.
AND
Soft D rinks
We carry the Finest Line of
All Kind» of Soft Drinks in the
City
Come in and see us when you
want anything in the above line
Meeting of the
Fire Dept.
The Redmond Fire Depart­
ment will hold a meeting Friday
night, Nov. 25th, at the Com­
mercial Club Room, to take
measures to perfect a perma­
nent organization. The meeting
is called for 8 o’clock, and all
members who have signed the
: roll are requested to be present.
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Livery, Sal e and Feed
STABLE
First-class Rigs and Team», with or with­
out drivers, for trips to all t>oints in the
Deschutes Valley at reasonable prices.
Hay. Grain and Stable Room for your
Horses.
Bring your stock here for sale or trade. We
have plenty of accommodations.
Headquarters for Freighters
CARL WOODS, Prop.
e o r . 5th and E Sts.,
R E D M O N D , OKU.
The Millinery Season
Bamiquuiet Cafe
....IS HERE....
FINN & CLANCKY, Prop’s.
We have a hat for every face. No matter how
much you pay for a hat, it must have the ap­
pearance of being made for you.
You can be suited at small expense from the
new Fall and Winter Hats at my store.
Hats and Frames made to order.
MRS. E. R. TICHENOR, Redmond, Ore.
Change At The
Banquet Cafe
GEO. B. BROWN
(Bari
Table service the best the
market afTords.
Nothing too good for our
Patrons.
( ome in and nee um — we will
Hatinfy the inner man.
Separate Tables Reserved for Ladies
ONE DOOR SOUTH HOTEL OREGON
HOTEL REDMOND ANNEX
BARBER SHOP
Everything New and
First-class
POPULAR PRICES
If You Want Good
Pictures or Views
B e Sure to H ave Them Taken b y
J. A. Fallgatter
REDMOND, ORE .
Scenic and View Photographer.
All orders given prompt and careful attention, and satisfaC"
lion guaranteed in every instance.
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