The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current, April 13, 1911, Image 8

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    The State Bannk FOR SCHOOLS IT OPAL CITY
of Red mood Attendance in Redmond Oregon Trunk to Make
OFFICERS ANO DIRECTORS
W. S. R oom an . President.
J oskph H. J ackson . Yioe-Piv*.
R oy A. B csh . Cashier.
The alxne named hank has U*«*n doing a
General Hanking Business in Redmond
for about three years. Its policy is one
of security, conservatism of funds, and
service to patrons. We hope to merit
your business on these principles.
“The Palace”
JAMES B. GREEN, Proprietor
Corner of Seventh and E Sts.,
REDMOND. ORE.
Fine Wines, Liquors
and Cigars
A Good Line of Lunch Goods
Carried in Stock
Everything of the Best
E A T is IN half of G your existence
Jf you want to get meals that are satis­
fying to the inner man you will patron­
ize the
Oregon Cafe
where the tables are supplied with the
best the market affords. Satisfactory
service and prices. White help only.
GEO. L. WHEELER. Prop.
Hobb’s Bakery
Now in complete running order and
turning out High Grade Bread and all
kinds of Bakery Goods, w hich are sold
on a CASH basis.
12 Loaves of Bread for a Dollar
Fresh Doughnuts every Saturday
In connection with the bakery I carry a
nice line of Staple and Fancy Grocer­
ies that I sell at moderate prices for
CASH. Your patronage solicited.
CASH GROCERY AND BAKERY
WM. H. HOBBS, Proprietor
Headquarters for Good Things to Eat
South 6th St.
REDMOND
Schools Is Increas-
ing Rapidly
Thai Point Its Pres­
ent Perminus
ROLL OF HONOR
THROUGH TRAINS
TO BE PUBLISHED
THERE BY A PL. I«
Parents Are Urged to Take Road XY ill Stop at Opal t ity
More Interest in
Until Crooked River
the Schools
Bridge Is Built
Prices
ON FURNITURE
We would like to have you come in
and get our prices on Furniture—
you will I k * surprised to tind that
we are selling nearly as cheap as
Portland houses.
Our prices are so low that you can
AFFORD to buy of us.
Prices are what count, C o im • in
and get ours.
Notice has been received by The second link in the Oregon
Prof. Thomson that the 8th Trunk Une will beootnpletedand
grade examination will lx* held ready for service inside of two
May Uth and 12th. Any |x*raon weeks. This information was
wishing to take the examination given out officially at 11*11 head
should send their name to Mr. i|uarters at Portland. I'his sec
Thompson and he will arrange tinn of the line, which ia headed
for them to write with the class, for Redmond ami Bend, will em­
over Kendall «ft Chapman’s store. brace the 12 miles plus between
The geography classes are well Metolius. the present southern
along with their review. They terminus, and Opal City, a new
are now working on the climate townsite. four miles from the big
and products of the United States. Crooked River bridge.
Fifty-four pupils were neither While it has not been definitely
absent or tardy last month Next decided, it is ho|xxl to lx* able to
month the names of all w ho are send the first through train into
KOHL ft REDERER
neither absent or tardy will he d|>al City on Sunday. April l*>
published in The Spokesman.
ami rapid progress is kieing made
The i**rcentage of attendance toward getting the line into
at the Redmond schools last shape. Two rapidly growing
month was 84. and it is urged communities, which supply an
that this per cent be advanced ,.xtt.nsive agricultural territory,
for the current month.
will be rswehsd by the latest ex
The teachers would very much tt.nsion. Culver, five miles below Prompt Work. Satisfaction Gu.ir.inttet
like to m s mors mothers and Mstoiius, and Opal City, which
fathers in the school. Parents. vvj||
thr railhead until the
cant you come and see more of structural steel for the new bridge
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your children.s work, is the re- has been received and the bridge
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nuest of the teachers.
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put up.
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The enrollment is still gaining. Construction crews are now en­
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It has now reached 150. which is gaged at f)t>al City in installing
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more than was expected at the a “ Y” ami other necessary fanl
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beginning of the year.
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ities for turning truins. and
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All interested in the discussion utilizing that j*>int for a trm|n
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of educational topics should at- rarv terminus
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tend the Teachers' Institute at This will give the Oregon
Bend Saturday.
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Trunk a completed mileage of
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126, leaving but JO miles more
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to go in order to finish the road
CLINE FALLS
into Bend, the farthest punt
Cline Falls was visited by a se­ south
which plans for con­
vere hail and snow storm Mon­ struction to have
lieen approved.
day afternoon.
It
will
take
some
time before
Mr. and Mrs. Gist of the Com­ any further links in the
line can
mercial hotel of Sisters, were in be added. It will probably
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Cline Falls Sunday. .Mr. Gist is August before Redmond hears
IRRIGATION. SUBDIVISION. LAND SURVEYS
a good rooter but lost out.
Estimates Furnish**«! on Power Plants.
the
toot
of
whistle
or
grind
of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Arnold rails. More delay than was ex­
M -A- X3 S
were Cline Fails vifitors Sunday. acted has ls*«*n encountered in
W r hav e hft>l I'l y r » IM*
f ,' r l , p | i f r f , f | o r i f i r r . rm
l> ra rj rln f all l.ra rx -ic al
rftilira
Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Allen and getting the orders for the bridge
civil i-riK inrrrinif
Misses McKinney and Pullman material filled in the East. The Rooms 5 4 6. Hank of («.mmmf Bld«.. P 0. Boi 260 REDMOND
were Sisters spectators at the first
of the steel is due about Ap­
bill game Sunday.
ril
2fith,
and about six weeks, as
Dr. Hosch and wife accompa­ a minimum,
allowed for
nied by friends were out for a : :t*.;ng up the is being
structure,
w hich
joyride Sunday and visited the is the highest one in America
and
ball game.
the
7th
highest
in
the
world.
Elliott Bros, and friends of
Hillman took dinner at the Cline Once across Crooked River, it
will lx* an easy job to complete
Falls hotel Sunday.
the
balance of the line, for the
The Crook County Power Co.
have completed the Power plant *fraf,e ha* l»*en completed and the
w hich will be running in a few ,na**rial can lx* hauled in over
days.
the Oregon Trunk rails as fast as
Harvey Muller and wife have
moved to their farm two miles H is estimated that nearly a
from Cline Falls.
trainload of inhound freight
Sisters and Cline Falls crossed he'nK held up for delivery for
hats Sunday. The Cline Falls Culver and Opal City territory a*
b <ys came out victorious by a
as the road reaches these
s *ore of 11 to 3.
points. The farmers are impat-
VV. E. Clayford, road supervia- •**r*tly waiting in order to save
or. has a crew working the road
hve-mile wagon haul from
.
bitween here and Redmond.
Metolius and the 12-mile haul to
I/ee Zumwalt came over to 0l,a* Uity. whereas, up till this
help the Cline Falls boys out in Spring, they have lx*en forced
the ball game Sunday.
to freight their merchandise in
From Shaniko. a distance of 70
C. The H. House IRVIN
Furnisher
P a I nters and Decorators
Novelties in Signs, Metal and WooJ
I i U Is
Warren & Woodward
Civil Engineers
W H ITE’S
A m usem ent
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Sidewalks for
All Streets
mil™ or m,,re-
Oregon Trunk officials declare
that the districts that will be
At the meeting of the council reached by that line within a few
Tuesday evening the principal weeks or months are clam«,ring
item of business transacted was more insistently now over haul-
th«« motion to have an ordiance ing freight five miles from their
«irawn to be presented at the next line than they did when they ha«l
meeting, providing for the laying to haul it ten times as far over
of 7-foot board sidewalks on C. the r«,ugh an.J hilly highways
D. E, F. and 6th streets.
from Shaniko.
Howling At legs. Hilliard
and Fool Tables Every­
thing first-class. You are
invited to come in and
roll the balls.
F. M. WHITE, Prop’r
Corner fith and K Sis., ' KKDMONI). <