The Redmond spokesman. (Redmond, Crook County, Or.) 1910-current, July 06, 1911, Image 1

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    Published at the “ Huh City ” of Central Oregon
REDMOND, CROOK COUNTY, OREGON, THU RSI JAY, JU L Y 6. 1911
ORGANIZATION OF CENTRA l
ORE. DEVELOPMENT LEAGUE
the Redmond delegation,
at Bend.
meeting
will be held at Rums.
Next
made
of the I ¿-ague
EXHIBITS ARE
The meeting, whieh was held
Friday and Saturday, was at­
tended by delegations from the
commercial clulrn of Madras, Cul­
ver. Metolius, Opal City, Hill­
Harmonious Two Day’s Session Held at Prine- man, Itedmond, Sisters, l.aidlaw,
ville Attended by Members of Numerous Betid, Prineville, Crescent. Ijt
Pine, Burns, Ijikeview, Paisley,
Commercial (todies— Hend Is ('hosen Head­ Silver la k e and Klamath Falls.
quarters for Coming Year— Next Meeting A numlter o f high railroad offi­
cials o f Istth the Hill and Ilarri-
Will He Held at (turns— Great Enthusiasm man systems, Portland business
Prevailed and Meeting Closes With a Big men ami mem Iters o f the state A PR O PER D IS P L A Y
institutions were also present.
TO HE G IV E N THEM
Itanquet— Hailroad Oliieials Pleased.
The Prineville Commercial Club
acted as host to the visitors and
certainly did itself proud.
The Friday afternoon session
was opened with prayer by Rev. Best E x h ib its Are to Ite
The Central Oregon Develop­ o f Klamuth Falla.
John Huggins o f Prineville, fol­
Sent to the Different
ment I ¿»ague was organized at
Honorary Vice Presidents
lowed by an address o f w elcome
1-and S h ow s
Prineville last week with the Carl Gray, Win. McMurray, J.
by Mayor Edwards and VV. F.
election o f the followihg officers N. Williamson and C. C. Chap­
King of the Prineville Commer­
for the ensuing year:
man.
cial Club. Win, Hanley o f Burns,
President William Hanley of
Secretary-Treas. J. E. Saw-
presiding officer, made a talk on
Burn«.
hill o f Hend.
The Redmond Commercial Club
the needs o f Central Oregon, and
Vice Preaiilenta .1. W. Brewer
Headipiarters o f l,eagwe for
through the newspapers desires
o f Redmond, ami Judge Warden ensuing year was, on motion of
( Continued on page 2
to give notice to all farmers and
ranchers in the Itedmond Dis­
trict that it is their desire to se­
cure good samples o f grains,
grasses, root crops, fruits, etc.
grown in this section.
It is requested tfiat the sam­
ples be brought to the Commer­
cial Club rooms here, with the
name o f the product, name of
grower and locality grown in
For the next six days, beginning M ONDAY. July .1. we will offer a special
pro|>erly inscribed on a tag which
bargain in each department o f the store, that for quality and price will be
will be furnished for the pur­
the BIGGEST BARG AIN in that class o f merchandise» offered in this
ls >se.
county. In case some o f the bargain lots art» sold out Itefore you visit the
The club will offer prizes for
store, we will immediately supply their places w ith new lots at cut prices.
the best samples o f different va­
This bargain event is to la* the greatest month for business in the history
rieties o f all products o f the farm,
o f the store. And no matter w hat the price quoted you’ ll find the qualities
and comi»etition is open to every­
de|M»ndubk‘ and worthy o f your patronage.
one.
An exhibition room will be
built at the depot, where all
the samples will be shown,attrac­
tively arranged and classified,
and each grower will be given
credit for the samples he has on
Men’s Work Shirts, 60c quality exhibition.
All of our Men’s $4.00 Oxfords
The prize exhibits o f the col­
lection will be sent to the differ­
ent land shows throughout the
country to show the wonderful
resources o f this section o f the
All of our Indies’ $3.00 Oxfords
state.
It is urged by the Commercial
Club that the farmers and ranch­
ers begin making their plans at
for furnishing exhibits so
Knit Union Summer Suits, reg­ once
that a creditable showing can be
ular 50c kind
made from this section. Any in­
formation that is desired about
the gathering and preparing of
samples will cheerfully be furn­
ished by the secretary o f the
All Linen Unbleached Toweling,
Commercial Club.
Commercial Club Requests
That Farmers Bring
(iood Samples
S u m m e r
B a rg a in s
SOMEWHAT SENSATIONAL
Shoe Dept.
at $3.15
at $2.15
Dry Goods Dept.
regular
121/2 c
yard
at 9c yard
Men’s Furnishings
at 45c
Ladies Furnishing
at 40c
GLASS and CROCKERY
Come and see
Grocery Department
Y ou will always find this department complete, and prices
right. Here are a few sample prices:
Cheese, per l b .................... 20c Good Coffee, lb...................... 25c
laundry Soap, 8 b a rs ............25c 3 can Fru it............................50c
3 bars Glycerine hand soap
25c Tomatoes, 2 for .................... 25c
EHRET
BROS.
BIG DEPARTMENT STORE
HIGHEST IN QUALITY, LOWEST IN PRICE
$1.50 PER Y E A R
Capp’s Clothing
I have just received a large
shipment o f these celebrated
goods in Spring and Summer
weights and styles.
I want you to see this line o f
GU ARANTEED CLOTHING,
for I am certain you will be
satisfied with the goods, fit and
price.
Better come in today.
E. L. R A P P
‘The Head to Foot Clothier.” Redmond, Or.
TWO EXPERI-
Executive Board of the
Central Oregon Devel­
opment League to Lo­
cate Them in Irrigated
and Dry Sections
A t the meeting o f the Central
Oregon Development League at
Prineville last week it was decid­
ed by the executive board o f the
League and the railroad officials
present to establish two experi­
ment farm stations in the central
part o f the state. One farm to
be located in the best place in
the irrigated district, and one in
the dry section.
It is the intention to have
these experimental stations su-
I>erintended by an expert from
the state experimental station.
The proposition is to raise a 110,-
000 fund to conduct the experi­
ment stations for two years, and
then have the state take them
over. The railroads have signi­
fied their willingness to contrib­
ute their share, and there is
hardly any question but what the
commercial associations in Port­
land and in the League will be
there with their part o f the mon­
ey.
As Redmond is situated in the
center o f the irrigated district o f
Central Oregon it has been sug­
gested that one o f the stations
be located near this city. This
suggestion is meeting with favor
among those who are posted as
to conditions in this irrigated dis­
trict.
Farmers and Ranchers
I f you desire to have a
creamery established in this
district, sign up on the lists
at Ehret Bros, and Lynch &
Roberts stores the number
o f cows you will furnish
cream from Sept. 1st. Three
hundred will have to Lie se­
cured before the creamery-
can be started.
There was no celebration at
Bend, that city having grace­
fully given up their plans for a
big event and joined with Prine­
ville in twisting the lion’s tail.
REDMOND MEN !
AT PRINEVILLE STATIONERY
and
OFFICE SUPPLIES
The Redmond Commercial Club
and business interests o f the city
were well represented at the
Central
Oregon Development
League meeting at Prineville last
Friday and Saturday.
The fol­
lowing went over to help bring
the organization into existence:
Mayor Jones. Councilmen F.
M. White. J. F. Bosch. M. A.
Lynch, G. W. Wells. City Re­
corder Phoenix, City Attorney
Wilcox. J. W. Brewer. C. N.
Ehret, Mr. Fry, H. Hanks, Rus­
sell Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. F. T.
Redmond, B. A. Kendall, W. C.
Walker. H. J. Iiove, Geo. I,.
Wheeler, Addison Bennett, H.
Palmer. H. K. Warren, Mr.
Woodward. John Moore, Lee
Zumwalt.
Spokesman for job printing.
In the above line we can supply
your wants. We are putting in a
stock of Office Supplies, such as
Typewriter Papers and Ribbons,
Carbon Papers, etc.
NORWOOD & ANDERSON