The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current, November 23, 1911, Image 7

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TY ELECTION
I'hirkrn Iloti»«*»
CITY COUNCIL
I ho»«« having
PROCEEDINGS
• liirk i'ti lh ii,vi*H Mr«* I «••ginning
1,1 «''I busy »ml
I fo w In lin y i | i > h u |
w ant
|„
VACUUM CLEANED
ELECTRIC LIGHTED
HOT AND ( OLD BATHS
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»I mmi I i I lak<'IIH'I i I ih I d )*ri|r«‘ t ht’lll
f r o m U - i n j i M .il.- n It f | ln m (.| ,.
I ihh lut«-lv I n v ì i
liming
»u n ir
I»|. mm |« m | K I iin I i - I n lain I I { ,,| c h i r k
•ns, mul other jnh >| j I i * huv r<-
At Ihr meeting of th
rit V
«•oiineil I’ iiimi I iiv muht
all mein-
„ ... ....
u*r» Were (irenent with the excel!
lion of K. M White.
Ihu following hill» were allow­
ed
I M >r t fl I I ON HIM.
Itedrnond Garage
»l.iM
hernliill
tii
(
hupman
5.06
l''iiii»h«*<l T a k in g
Itohert M(-Sherry
6.00
School ( eiiNtiM
I he application of Zumwalt
Miller fo ra »aloon licenae for
W. II Anderson, clerk of thin
•he halance of 1'JU was received
schiNil district, has completed the and
»ranted.
schisil census and finds there are
A motion made hy Well» and
It'S) school children in the city o-eondi-d hy II ohc I i wnh carried
w i r n . WELLS. I.YNC II limits and 22X children in the that tin- mar-hal nhouhl »«•«• that
IKK Till: HOLDOVERS district. I he district comprises the ordinance governing Kalo«>HH
was rigidly enforced, and also
a whole township with the ex l*e instructed to see th at all
(•option of alsiut two sections.
pi in p» and profeaaional gambler»
were notified to leave the city.
did»ton lie jp n n in g to Ik* 1’i H i k in M u c h Coin
At the »u ip Kent ion of the record­
er a motion was carried that
at Depot Here
M
entioned
fo
r
t
ht*
*
•»•»led hid» I n - called for from the
Since the inauguration «if |«s- two fiaiiera here for publication
Office»
sengcr and freight s«*r\ ice at of legal printing for the city
this |Ntint. NovemU-r first, the «luring year 1012. Ihd» to I n -
THE
re«*eipts for freight i «-ci*i\e«| hen- o | n in .1 lur-duy night. Nov. IJIth.
<i. K. W<NNj\vard. J. L. Mc-
In firnt »-lectio» in Koilmoml ami tickets sold has lieen ««\«*r I towel I and i '. Hammond were
I hi» «1«»-» not include ap|Miinted judg«** of election, and
[• held under the new c h a rter $lnin»i
the
amount
paid out for freight J II Mi-ndenhall ami I>. !„ Mil­
I d held Monday. I ■»•oeml»*r
ler. clerk».
ship|N*d
frum
this |Niint,
At thin time three rounril-
City Engineer Woodward re-
grr to I n * clcctcl to take till'
|N»rtj-d on the new
propose«!
Del Howell fief»
p of the outgoing ci tuned men
water system. He stated he had
Life Sentence
Is one of the Largest and Best Appointed Hotels
figure»! on the cost of a gravity
*• term of office expire» at
Del
Howell
who
shot
and
kill-
»
»
ter
system,
which
would
time.
in Central Oregon, and amply capable of meeting
Tie three outgoing counciltnen •*d .Mayor F»wlie at Shaniko r<- amount to aUiut $29.000. A hvh -
t<-iii which woil'd pump from the
the wants of commercial men, tourists and others,
Huffman. M ct'atfery and cently. p!«-a«l guilty at hi» trial at Heschutes river into a reservoir
h. atid the hold over council The I 'alien lant week, and was .»t Forked Horn Unite, costing
is centrally located, and the tables are supplied
air White. Well- and l.ynch sentenced to iiiipriHonmcnt for about the same, and a system of
with the best the market affords.
William l!iis< n who ki «-«I a I isi . issi gallon to I n - erected in
t ten day» rem ain before life
the
city,
w
ater
to
I
n
*
pum|K*d
tH>n. Several name» h u w his m other at Ant«-lo|H- with a from the riv«*r at Cline Falls. No
n mentioned a» good tim lv r butcher knife, also plead guilty definite acti«m was tak«*n on the
counci I men to be v<»t»»l for. and wa» sentence«! to the |»-ni- re|»irts.
I he r«*cord«*r was instructed to
*> far no one ha» aetnnllv de l«-ntiar\ for I if«*.
priK’urv the necessary books and
vd himi»*lf u candidate, und
C aucus To He Held
supplies for th<* pro tier conduct
• r\|*-<t«*d that a ticket or
of the city’s business.
Tom
orrow
N
ight
rtx will not I n * put in thi­
G. M HutTman. of the str«vt
The S|N>k«*»inan has l ms • fi rr and alley committee, re|s>rted
ll until a few dava before
«piested to announce that th«*r«* that an alley in the business sec-
FOR SALE
tion.
cauciiH ha» lx*«*n callerl for will I n ' a caucus at the ( ’«minier- tion of the city was in liad condì*
BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCK
«•ml i hib riN«m t o m o rro w , Friday, tum. and the m atter was given
iht> toinoi row night. to I n - night to place m n o m in a tio n attention and steps taken to COCKERELS at $1.50 each.
Choice stock. Inquire of Ander­
d it the t ommereial t 'lull room thr«v counciltnen to I n * \ot«*<! fo r abate the nusiance.
son at Tum-A-Lum Lumber Co.
nominate eundidatua for the m the mut ci pal «declioi
office.
2lft2
r* to I n * filled.
will la* held Ihre. 4th.
99
SUM 10 R e w a rd
I-ROOM COTTAGE—close to
Is ( Iflfered
A thousand «l««llars rew ard is M K. church. Small payment
He doesn’t ask an exclusive right ;
ntT«ve«l by th«- S|sikane. Portland «low n. Balance easy terms. See
he
can sell it anyway.
J.
K.
Macpherson,
Redmond,
ami Seattle K. R. for inform a­
•»re.
18tf
1
tion leading to the arrest ami
conviction of the m urderer t«f r WO-ROOM HOUSE and two
Hrakeman \V. H. Shane, w ho was
lots near M. E. church. Price
killed at Butler. Wn., on the
$»>5l). Inquire X, Spokesman
night of November 14th. The
office.
20tf
description of the m urderer is as
STOVE AND DRUM 21 inch
follows: IBooks like an Indian,
height 5 feet. 6 inches, long black stove and large drum for sal«*.
N OUR NEW LtX’ATlON <>N 6th
hair, weight 155 jsiunds, wore Apply at The Spok«*sman Office.
40*
street betw een D and K street» we
black Stetson soft hat, dark blue
_ J
Estimates cheerfully
HO ACRES DITCH LAND.
shirt, black trousers, black shin's H. A. Shcnk, Redmond. Ore. 15tf
have every fa«-ilitv for conducting a
à* '* ^ ■?' •>
L , ifiven on all kinds of
and storm rubl>ers, and brow n
FIRST-CLASS MEAT MARKET. All
y Work.
PIANOS
from
Eiler’s
Music
Mackinaw.
of our m eats are kept »»«*«*t mik I clean,
-
-
House, 110 dow n. $5 per month.
W
_________
and we make it a point to accommodate
Ashley Forrest, l«x*al agent lt*tf
PL E A SA N T R ID G E
our custom ers in every |N>ssible manner.
FOR s a l e :
Mrs. (Ireenhalgh was out from
ri. V V' . • L P*1
We always have, nml will continue t«>
- ,'•> ■
Redmond Friday to visit her
The choicest vacant comer 50x
neice. E tta Chase, w ho is «juite 100 "ii Sixth street, only one
sell meat in lots of 25 |N«unds and up at
bl«x*k from Hotel Redmond, this
ill with typhoid fever.
w holesale price*.
Miss K«hth Stout, who has lieen is a snap for a quick buy, $1HU0
11
visiting her brother, Dan Stout, takes it. See Jones Land Cotn-
returned to her home in Indiana pany for term s,
Bolojna and Weiners, Fresh Daily
last week.
111
WANTED
Fred Shenvood has his new
Fresh Vegetables Always on Hand
house nearly completed, atxl will
BOY about 16 to act as agent
move into it in a few days.
for Bend Steam Laundry. Go«xl
m *■ vn*.
l/*an«ler Hunter, who has !>een proposition for a hustler. Ad-
CASH Paid for Butter and Eggs .
visiting his tolks for the last two dress Bend Steam Iatundry. 20tf
1 door from corner 6tn and F Sts., REDMOND
months, is getting very hungry -
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fur ^nw dust ami will return to SMALL POTATOES Enquire
(ouncilmcn Are to
Be Elected at
That Time
H O T - E L REDM OND
\
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i n n
HOTEL REDMOND
Redmond, Oregon
H. F. JONES, Proprietor
CLASSIFIED COLUMN
you want to SELL your property
list it with
» ■
“ That M an McCaffery
THE PIONEER
M E A I M A R K E T
PLUMBING AND TINNING
I
m
T - Ì * p Sheet
,
n
Metal Work of
All kinds
W. J. Wheeler
his old home at Arlington, Wn., at Lamb's Feed Store.
T r y I Is f o r G O O D S E R V I O lì
TEM PLETON & KÄFER. Proprietors
19t2
S G e a 'H u n to r wont to All«anv.
N ^ s p a p e r canvass-
Ore.. Friday to bring home a *n ' . D«xxljMiy and light work,
carload of c'.ws for I* E. Sm ith App'y »t th.s office.___________
and himself.
Lood of Grain Hav, for chick-
Mrs. Chase is fattening a line tfn feed. Enquire at Spokesman
fhx’k of turkeys for Thanksgiv- office.
ing.
Let us d«i your next order of
commercial job printing. High
grade work and prices satisfac­
tory. The Redmond Spokesman.
STOVES of ALL KINDS
FOR RENT
HOUSE TENT near school
house. See Ben Götter.
16tf
MISCELLANEOUS
When you want anything in the stove line you cl Ix'tter
come in and see our stock. We have a gotxl line of
( harter Oak Heating Stoves
( harter Oak Ranges
Monarch Malleable Ranges
Columbia Steel Ranges
Oil Stoves
Gasoline Stoves
Kendall & Ghapnian, Redmond, Ore
The SPACE your store's ad­
vertising occupies in this news-
pa|x*r is the space it occupies in
the thoughts of this new spaper’s
readers.
Make your ads a tenant-tind­
er by giving it some "news in­
terest" f«ir property-seekers.
If your store’s ad is omitted
from ANY ISSUE of this news-
pa|x*r. your store tl«x*s n«>t figure
at all in the history of that day—
d«x*s not "count” in the record
ami picture of the community
which that issue of the paper pre­
sents.
Mr. Farmer
We are now prepared to install Pumps and
Kitchen Sinks in your homes. This is
something you need.
It is a labor-saver and does not cost much.
Better let us talk to you further about this
■natter. Call up Phone 417 and we will
give you full details.
WE DO ALL KINDS OF PLUMBING AND
ELECTRICAL WORK
and carry a good supply of material for this kind
of service. For further particulars call on
THE C. R. McLALLIN CO.
Olficeon E Si. between 5 th and 6 th, REDMOND.
Phone H 7