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The Redmond Spokesman
Extracts frv>m a Diary.
I'ublintMtl every Thursday by
H. H. a c. U I'M MMt
AT KKKMONI*. OHKUON
I AM SPENDING TOO MUCH
Strictly in Ail» mu-«1
"Ijust month my wages paid my hoard and other living
expenses and left me ten dollars for incidentals.
The ten is
gone. I have nothing to show for it. I have tried to remem
ber just how I spent it. but at the best, there is almost half
for which I cannot account.
"1 am spending too much for pleasure* and there are many
things 1 need”
«I 10 .............. ...
is to bring the newspaper* into
closer touch so thMt by united e f
fort they can do more effective
work for the upbuilding o f the
interior part of the slate. Moot
ing will he held annually. The
place o f the next meeting will Is*
o x o o u tn o
.7ft Singte copies. V mitto«> ut u lutor date. Iheexe-
APVKKTISINU KATKS nustoknown cutive board is now preparing a
constitution and by-laws for the
M»We all money* payable and »«I'lr«1»» a ssociation ,
all communlcatiuii« to II It. A t‘. !..
l'ainitT. Radawwi, O n g w ,
H II.I.M A N
Gntrnxl a* second «-laa* matl«*r Juiy
14. 1»I0 at the l*»»t«>rtW at K»-«lm«m«l.
Oregon, under the Act o f M«-h. .1, IS7V.
Henry llogardt returnetl Satur
Redmond. Oregon. July fi. 1911 day from Cline Falls where he
had been working a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Peckham
and son Howard are visiting
with the Kents and Clelands this
TH E W A Y TO S A V E -
H A V E A B A N K ACCOUNT W ITH
Redmond Bank of Commerce
J, W. Brewer, Pres.
B. A. Kendall, Vice-Pres.
G. M. Slocum. Cashier.
I have recently received a large stock
of the Celebrated, well known
W in on a W ag on s
The BEST W A G O N M ADE. W e have
all kinds and a guarantee goes with
even one of them.
If you want a Satisfactory Wagon
You will Buy a WLNONA.
E. M AH ER
Sixth and F streets
JAS DOUGHERTY. Prop’ r
carries in stock
was followed by C. C. Chapman.
manager of the Portland Com-
mercial club, who outlined the
pun wee» o f the convention.
“ Co-operation Among Central
Oregon Communities and Plan of
Organization" was discussed by
members from each o f the dele-
gations present, after which
Messrs. Taylor. Hamilton. Kill
ott, Davidson and Wade repre
sented Hillman at the meeting of
the Central Oregon Development
league in Prineville Friday anti
Saturday. They returned home
greatly pleased with Prineville
and the successful manner in
w hich the league was conducted.
Mr. and Mrs. John Fry and
children o f Portland, are visiting
The Ladies' Pioneer club met
with Mrs. Bert Nichols last Wed-
Mr. McCoy is enjoyed a two
weeks’ visit from his mother w ho
recently arrived from Washing-
0. C. Chapman, secretary of
the Oregon Development League.
in company with Mrs. Chapman.
visited here Thursday morning,
During the evening session
telegrams wen* n*ad from the
following who wished the move-
ment godspeed: Lewis W. Buck-
ley. o f Omaha 1 jmd Show; Gover-
nor Oswald West. Juiius Kmtts-
ehnitt, o f the Southern Pacific:
L. W. Hill, president o f the
Gn*at Northern; Howard Elliott,
president of the Northern Pa
cific: K. B. Miller, general traffic
P L E A S A N T K lIH iK
manager O. W. ffi K. N.
Addresses were made by Carl
Mr amj Mrs. g Yanbuskirk
Gray, president o f the North and fumj|y uf California, have
Bank and Oregon Trunk rail- moved to the Prickett place at
roads: Wm. McMurrav. general (-fine Falls, which they recently
passenger agent O.-W. R. & N. tM)UKht.
1 Co. and others.
Steve Greenhalgh o f The Dalles
The Saturday forenoon session has
hen* on a visit,
was devoted to hearing reports
Mrs. iaws0n o f Cline Falls,
from committees and listening to visited at the home of A. L Har
a speech from Thomas Lawson, rader last Sunday.
In the afternoon the final details
Mr. anil Mrs. Chase and family
o f organization were perfected started Friday on a camping trip
and officers elected. Interesting tothe hatchery above Bend. They
addresses were made by Prof. H. expect to be gone a week.
W. Scudder. director o f the ex-
The recent rain did the cn>i*
periment station work o f the Or- ¡n this section a world of gmxl.
egon Agricultural college. Till- anj everything is now looking
man Reuter of Madras, and oth- flne.
ere. Thomas Lawson, by request.
l e . Smith made a business
gave another interesting talk.
trip to Sisters Wednesday.
• The session closed with a ban-
Mr. and Mrs. A .L Harraderen-
quet at the Prineville Hotel to tertained Mr. and Mrs. D. L Har-
which about 150 sat down and ra(ieri Mr. and Mrs. Vosl**rg.
ate the good things placed pefore Miss Bessie Harrader and Mrs.
them and listened to the flow of A A Green the 4th.
wit and reason from 9:30 u/itil
Mr. and Mrs. Allen and Mr.
2 in the morning.
Barnes o f Laidlaw visited at the
All o f the sessions passed off j A Thomp-.n ranch Sunday.
harmoniously and there was ex-
hibited throughout the meeting
Bring your final proof notices
a spirit o f get together that to jh e Spokesman office. We
will mean untold good for the wm majje out your application
central part o f the state.
for proving up, and attend to all
The railroad officials watched the details necessary in the mat-
the proceedings closely and were ter
well pleased with the progressive
spirit shown by the delegates
When in need o f any dental
present, and they expressed an work call on Dr. C. A. Cline in
intention to help along the de- the Ehret block, ami you will bo
velopment movement by all pleased with the results obtained
means in their power.
All the latest m eth od s o f t o t a l
practice are used, and satisfac
tion in every instance guaran
BEN G O T T E R
Contractor and Builder
Plans. Specifications and Estimates furn
ished ror all clases o f buildings.
The Interior Oregon Press As
sociation, comprising the coun
ties o f Crook, Lake. Klamath,
Harney, Grant and Wheeler, was
organized at Prineville last Fri
day. with the following officers:
Prest. R. E. Gray of the
Vice Prest H. Palmer o f the
Sec.-Treas. —G. P. Putnam of
the Bend Bulletin.
Executive Com. — The above
officers and E. N. Hurd o f the
La Pine Inter-Mountain, and J.
A. Hoffman of the Metolius Ore
Addison Bennett o f The Dalles
Optimist, was elected an honor
The purpose of the association
I M M E L E ’S
('Mrru>* a Complete Stock «f
Lumber and Building M aterial
Rustic and V Siding
kinds of Hough and Finish Lumber
l 4 *f me figure with you on your next
fire for ull classes o f buildings.
that are handled in all
Office one block east of Jackson's Hardware Store,
Continued from first page
committees for the organization
of the league were named.
k OF THE LEAGUE
Yards on Fifth St. between C and D streets
Jos. H. Jackson
Ranges, Heating and Cook
John Deere, Canton C lipper
and Oliver Blows,
Wagons, Buggies»*»«! Hacks,
and all the other goods that
goes in the Hardware trade.
Come and see um .
Joseph H. Jackson,
M EA I MARK ET
Have you insi»*rti*d our stock?
It will pay you to do *u.
We handle everything obtainable in
the way of Meats. Fish. Poultry and
T r y iJs f o r C O O D S K H V / C K
J. O. W O L F & G O ,, P r o p ’ rs.
TumALum Lumber Co.
Wholesale and Retail liealera
LUMBER A N D
BUILDING M ATERIAL
Will give prices delivered at yard
or Rots-rts B n » ’ , mill.
Office and Yard 2 blocks east of Redmond Hotel. Redmond
All Orders Given Prompt
W arren & W o o d w a rd
IRRIGATION, SUBDIVISION. LAND SURVEYS
Estimate» Furnished on Power Plants.
Redmond Transfer Co.
C. A. A'lam*, Marmar.
H r have had 10 feara* experience, embracing all branches of
Rooms '»4 6 , Bank of (ommerrr Bldg.. P. 0 . Box 2 G 0 REDMOND