Image provided by: Deschutes County Historical Society; Bend, OR
About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View Entire Issue (May 18, 1911)
ROLL OF HONOR OF
THE SAFE GUARDING
OF YOUR MONEY
of tin* strong features o f most hanks,
in no hank in th»> country does this fea
receive greater car»» and attention than
here. We want you to feel that you can de
posit your money here with perfect safety,
and the assurance that it will be here when
you call for it.
Start an account now there’s no time like the
present in which to prepan* for its future.
The State Bamik
“ T h e P a la c e ”
JAM ES B. G REEN, Proprietor
Corner o f Seventh and E Sts.,
Fine Wines, Liquors
A Good Line o f Lunch Goods
Carried in Stock
Everything of the Best
OFFICERS ELECTED BY
THE READING CIRCLE
Pupils Take Decided Inter- Indies
Circle to Hold
cst in School Work
First Annual Picnic
On the 24th
Maybe you need an Axminister
Run. Maybe a $7.50 Ingrain
or a $5.00 Granite Hun would
make (he shack look more like
I have all kinds—look this up.
A pleasant gathering of the
Fifte«'M applicants took the 8th
Circle ladi«*s occurred I
grade examination Thursday ami
May 10th. at U"‘
Friday o f last week.
J. A. Wilcox. I he
Thompson has the names of five
others, making twenty in all who
intend to take up the 9th grade
work next September. For a of the God»", written by Mr*.
high school to start off with 20 Min« M. Ehlers. and read by
ninth graders is an unusual Mrs. W. H. Anderson. This wa*
thing for cities even larger than followed by a |>ai»er by Mr*. Stel
Then, too. consider la M. Wilson entitled The Work
ing the total enrollment o f the of the Hudson Bay Co. in the
eight grades last September was N orthw est"
Officer* for the ensuing year
52 on the opening day. There is
much need for the school direc were elected us follow*:
Prest. Mia* l.aura Jones.
tors to prepare for u large atten
dance next year.
The fact that very few are Osborne.
Sec. Mr*. Cora L Chapman.
dropping out o f school as the
Treas. Mr*. W. H. Anderson.
year closes is worthy of notice at
After partaking of the delicious
this time. It is very unusual not
to have a large number leave cake ami coffee provided by the
school before the y»*ar‘s work is hostess the club adjourned. The
k held at
finished, but this y»*ar t*ach week first annual picnic
shows a larger attendance and the home o f Mra. F. Guy B*n‘
an increasing interest on the part croft on Wednt*sday, May 21th.
o f the pupils. This must be grat Conveyances will I k * at Hold**
ifying to the school patrons and bakery at 9 a. m.
shows a splendid school spirit in
the community. Conditions art*
most favorable for the Redmond
schools to take a place in the very
We are glad to learn that An
K O H L
R E D E R E R
first rank, not only o f the county drew Nelson is able to I k * out ami
but o f the state.
has returned from the hospital
Pupils neither tardy nor absent to his home.
He has been laid
during the week ending May 12. up a long time w ith a broken leg.
1st and 2d Grades
He is not able to work much yet.
Novelties in Signs. Metal and Wood
L E. Smith and his brother
Clyde go to Arlington. W n., this
week. L E. will return w ith his
Frank Hensley has a phone in
his house again.
Again the w»*dding bells were
in our neighborhood
Sherwood and Miss
K. A. Cast were married last Fri
day in the M. K. church at Red
IRRIGATION. SUBDIVISION. LA
The bride ha* been a
Kstunutes Furnish«*! on
worker in the church and the Ep-
2 v £ ^ \ .I ? S
worth League in her former
Wr hiv« h»t 10 jrtari'
ir»‘ »»prrirn«-*, •mbr*rtnf
All braix-h«« of
home and will, with her husband,
be a help in this community.
Rooms 5 & 6. Hank of < ommerre Bldg.. P. 0. Boi 260 K K P M O N I )
Jess Tetherow and Karl Forrest
returned Sunday night from a
week’s stay in The Dalle*.
For Sale 4-yr. old cow; gives
3d. 4th and 5th Grades.
16 quarts milk daily.
Spokesman for job printing.
f*rartk> »n All r.nirtm And U. S
Office in Redmond dt Phcanii
If you want good milk
that will raise thick, rich
delivered at your
door every day, place your
6th. 7th, 8th, 9th and 10th Grades
U. 8. land
Kyra Tested, (»lasse« Prop
Offir» in Ehrst U ns bkork
HUB CITY DAIRY
REDMOND, - OREGON
Hi la Morse.
- <■» -
will I *
C. H. I R V I N
The House Furnisher
ttir.su n»i Decorators
P rom pt W ork. S a tisfa ctio n G uaranteed
Warren & Woodward
is half of your existence
If you want to get meals that are satis
fying to the inner man you will patron
where the tables are supplied with the
best the market affords.
service and prices. White help only.
G EO . L. W H E E L E R . P rop.
Now in complete running order and
turning out High Grade Bread and all
kinds of Bakery Goods, which 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
C A SH . Your patronage solicited.
CASH GROCERY AND BAKERY
WM. H. HOBBS, Proprietor
Headquarters for Good Things to Eat
South 6th St.
G. A. McFarlane
Redmond, • Oregon
R edm on d , Ore.
I. P. HEWITT
We have a lasge stock of the Celebrated PHOENIY PRE
PARED PAINT, all colorH, that you Hhould see if you are
going to need paint this year.
A CARLOAD OF BUGGIES. WAOONS and McCORMICK FARM
MACHINERY, RARBED H IRE and WOVEN W IRE FENCING
The Indies Aid o f the M. E.
church met at the home of Mrs.
I. R. Whitney on the 10th, when
they were entertained at an a f
ternoon tea and with music.
Read The Spokesman.
See us for your FISHING TACKLE.
We can supply all your needs.
Kendall & Chapman, Redmond, Ore