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About The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current | View Entire Issue (May 21, 1914)
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' KKDM ONI), ( KOOK C O U N T Y , OREGON. T H U R S D A Y , M A Y 21. 1914
AT TRACK MEET HERE FRIDAY
REDMOND WINS BALL
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* O N T EST— l*R IN E Y II.I.E s r O R E I) THE MOST I'OINTS—
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A U D IE N C E
he different IIiirh Schools of the county, I’rineville, .Madras,
I. Terrebonne Mini Redmond turned out a large number of
I*. iMirentM of pupil* and thow interested in schiMil*. to the
ik County Field Day and Declamatory Contest held here last
ay. May 15.
The weather was all that could la* desired and the program
for the day was put through without a hitch. County Superin-
ndpnla of the different ehoola had
WOf^'d hard to make the event a success, and they are well sat-
I with the results obtained.
l.a*t year Redmond tia>k first place in the field events, hut
year I’rineville was first with a score of 111.
B o n e o f the pleasing features o f the program o f the Declamn-
t o t Contest, aside from the contesting numbers, was the singing
by [the Madras male quartette, the instrumental selecion by Mar-
j«ri lfrewer. Mildred Smith and Oiona Ordway.
w kt- re|M'atedly encored. Following is the program of,the day:
I1 Girls’ Singles Gladys Ifayn, I’rineville, 1st; Verna I'hles,
(¡iris’ Doubles Verna I'hles and Frances Thompson of Kcd-
itid. 1st; Mals*l Bixby and Gladys Hayn, I’rineville, 2d.
Hoys'Singles— L. Kclknup, Prineville, 1st; R. Willcox, Ked-
Hoys' Doubles L. and H. Helknap, I’rmeville, 1st; R. Willcox
1 V. Melson. Redmond, 2d.
Field and Track Events
Ilo* li Team»
The Culver ball learn met their
defeat here Sunday afternoon at the
handa of the Redmond players by a
score of 14 to I I
The Culver team
brought along a bunch of rooters,
rflale and female, but all their root
ing did not help them win out.
There was a small attendance but
those who witnessed the game were
well repaid, for the session waa live
ly with errors, many hits and much
guying of the players by the visitors
I.. Perry was In the box for the
In the first Inning he shut
the visitors out. but In the second he
walked three to Aral bane and also
walked III two runs
game he walked a total of alx
There were but four shut out In
nings In the game. Culver drawing
blanks In the drat, fourth and ninth
Redmond was goose egged
In the seventh
Several double plays were made
by Redmond, and L. Perry and
M’ood made two baggera. and Nell a
Pratt played his po
sition In left Held well and pulled
down four high flies. Following la
the Redmond line-up:
Bristow. 1st base
Shelley, 2d base
M'oods, 3d bane.
McUlmsey, short atop.
L Perry, pitcher.
A. Perry, right fleld.
Nelson, renter fleld.
C. Pratt, left field
Following la the score by Innings
1 I I H
2 4 1 2 3 1 0 1 x— 14
0 3 2 0 1 1 2 1 0— 11
Umpires— Tetherow of Redmond.
Howard of Culver.
In cold, unassuming figures, nere is our guarantee to every de
positor, regardless of the amount he may have In the bank:
Capital ............................................................... »5M.1MMI.00
S u rp lu s ................................................................................
U n d iv id e d P r o f i t » ..........................................................
Stockholders' Liability .................................... 5M.OtMl.oo
Tidal ........................................................ •»!*.750.00
152.750.00— That amount stands between your deposits and any
This bank wants your business M> offer the greatest protection
In this community, by far the strongest factor of safety.
L. E. 8M1TH
GUY E. DOBSON
B. A. KENDALL
J. M’ ¿BREWER
Redmond Bank of Commerce
R ED M O N D ,
1. One Mile Bicycle Race— Otto Hodges, I’rineville, 1st,
ie 2:26; D. Mullarkey, Redmond, 2d.
2. Boys’ 50-yard Dash— Carey Stearns. I’rineville, 1st, time
pconds; Claude Kelley, Bend, 2d; Wilbert Gard, Madras, 3d.
3. G irls’ 50-yard Dash— Leita Bender. Madras, 1st, time
seconds; Verna Young, Bend, 2d.
4. Shot I’ut— Lister, I’rineville, 1st. 38 feet 9 inches; Bran-
burg, Bend. 2d; Powell, Madras. 3d.
r». 880-yard Race Fair McCallister, I’rineville, 1st, time
2121%; Gorton, Bend, 2d; Johnson. Redmond, 3d.
f f>. High Jumj>— Fair McCallister, Prineville. 1st, 5 ft. 1 in.;
Angora goats have been used with
Kelly. Bend. 2d; Gard. Madras. 3d.
profit to keep Are lines clear of In
7. lJn yard Hurdle— Gard. Madras, time 22% seconds.
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SNOOK CO. EXHIBITS
FOR EASIERN SHOWS
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rliian the following latier. which I»
Si f explanatory:
: "Oregon will ha .ailed upon fra
Santi) Mila fall lo furnish exhibit
Intarlai for Kaslern hand Show»,
“stani Stata Kiilr», and for Iravai
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A high »laudarti wa» nel Inai
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In order to main
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III be naca »»nr y Ihnt your progrea-
|ve grower» heap In mind the Im-
ïrtanca of saving »ample».
Will you help ua to »acuta good
S'clmen« by notifying the grower»
f the nacasnlty, and by giving till*
cal publicity, etc
We will »trlrt-
adhere to the former policy of la
ding all aamplea In Ilia name of Ilia
9unty and grower. Credit will be
"W rite it» for any Information a»
^e deal re to be of every possible as-
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forests In California.
Pupils (¡ave Closing
The pupils of the Itrst to seventh
grades of the Kedmond Public
School Inclusive, gave a dosing pro
gram yesterday afternoon In the
High School Auditorium
and others Interested In the school
The following pro
gram waa given:
Iterltatlon. •'Summer la Coming,"
Iterltatlon. "A Pollywog." Haiel
Iterltatlon, "The Arrow and the
Song." Catherine Parrish
Plano Solo, Margory Young
Iterltatlon. 'M a rjory'» Almanac,”
Iterltatlon. George Bradley.
Story. Cynthia Hobba
Iterltatlon. Emma Atkinson.
Kecllatlon, Louise lloseh
Instrumental S o l o ,
Song, "The Swing," Plrat tirade
Iterltatlon. John Bradley.
Iterltatlon. "Oettln* the Chllluna
Up," Marjory Brewer.
Iterltatlon. Edmond Woods.
Iterltatlon, “ The
Song. Bessie Ules.
Iterltatlon. "Poem of Pont Mor
tem Pralsea." Joyce Itobblna.
Iterltatlon, "A May Song,” Klvn
Iterltatlon. Hugh Wood»
llecltallon. Fred Itlehardn.
Instrumental Solo, America Rod-
Iterltatlon. Henry Richards
Song. "Star Baby.” Flral Grade.
Iterltatlon, Alta Mohler.
Vocal Solo, "My Wild Irlah Roae,"
story. Loretta Loree
Iterltatlon, "Barefoot Boy," Harry
Iterltatlon. "Saved," Rachel Cnse
Poem. "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little
Star." First tirade
Iterltatlon, Donald Carolln.
Recitation. "How the date» Came
Ajar," Mary Thompson.
Song, First tirade
Recitation. Harold Cline
Instrumental, Kathleen lilrharda.
Sheri ff- —Frank Elkins, 940.
County Clerk— J. E. Adamson, 412; Claudia Wonderly, 622.
County Treasurer— Ralph L. Jordan, 865; J. W. Morgan, 301.
County Commissioner— R. H. Bavley, 600; J.F.Blanchard, 645.
County Surveyor— R. L. Brewster, 565; H. A. Kelley, 604.
SM ITH IS CHO ICE O F D EM O C R A TS FOR G O V E R N O R . W ITH
C LO SE
G E N E R A L — JO H N
Sheriff- —E. B. Knox, 496; E. L. Milner, 277.
County Clerk— Warren Brown. 728.
County Commissioner— E. W. Richardson, 534.
County Surveyor— Wade H. Houston, 572.
County Coroner— P. B. Poindexter, 622.
S T A T E E N G IN E E R — R E S U L T O F E L E C T IO N IN ( ROOK
C O U N T Y SH O W S R. H. B A Y L E Y W A S D E F E A T E D FOR
C O U N T Y C O M M ISSIO NE R B Y S M A L L M AJO R IT Y
R E D M O N D VO TE O N R E P U B L IC A N C A N D ID A T E S
For Member of National Committee
Charles W. Ackerson, 20; Ralph E. Williams, 32.
For U. S. Senator
R. A. Booth, 47.
For Representative in Congress
Dr. James Withyeombe o f Corvallis, and Dr. C. J. Smith of
Portland, will be the Republican and Democratic candidates re
spectively, for Governor in the November election. Following is
the vote in the state for Republican candidates fo r Governor:
Withyeombe, 17.402; Moser, 13,625; Crawford, 11,778; Carter
8,739; Dimick, 9,014; Geer, 6,735.
The Democratic vote for Governor was; Smith, 11,348; Ben
nett, 10,041; Manning, 4,581; Cobb, 1,679: Miller, 1,000.
O. P. Hoff is nominated for Labor Commissioner, Frank J.
Miller for Railroad Commissioner, John H. Lewis for State Engi
neer by a majority o f about 20,000, and Ralph E. Williams for
On the Democratic ticket H. M. Esterly is the chosen National
George M. Brown is the Republican nominee for Attorney
General. Thomas A. McBride, Henry J. Bean, Lawrence T. Har
ris and Charles J. McNary are the Republican nominees for the
N. J. Sinnott, 53.
Geo. C. Brownell, 5; William A. Carter, 0; A. M. Crawford,
20; Grant B. Dimick, 1; T. T. Geer, 1; Charles A. Johns, 1; Gus
C. Moser 5; James Withyeombe, 30.
For State Treasurer
Thomas B. Kay, 38.
For Justices of the Supreme Court
Henrjk J. Bean, 28; Henry L. Benson, 12; T. J. Cleeton, 17;
P. H. D’Arcy, 6; Lawrence T. Harris, 14; Thomas A. McBride,
13; Charles L. McNarv, 14; Samuel T. Richardson, 13.
For Attorney General
George M. Brown, 21; George N. Farrin, 8; Frank S. Grant,
13; J. J. Johnson, 3; Wm. P. Lord, 11.
For Supt. Public Instruction
J. A. Churchill. 46.
For State Engineer
John H. Lewis, 11; L. R. Stockman, 53.
For Labor Commissioner
Fred S. Bynon, 9; 0. P. Hoff, 16; John A. Madsen, 3; M. E.
CROOK C O U N T Y E L E C T IO N
Only nbout 50 per cent o f the registered voters cast their bal
For Railroad Commissioner
Canada ha» 13.M0.00* nere» In
lots. The main contests in the county were between the Repub
Frank J. Miller, 30; Hal D. Patton, 21.
You ran add now buslneaa to your
Imher reserve», as compar»,d with
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1x7,000,000 acre» In Ihe national present buslnesa by Judlrloua adver
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