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44 The Newspaper That4» Different
La Pine Inter-Mountain
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Local and Personal
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LA PINK. DESCHUTES COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, APRIL 21. 1921.
Alphonse W. Aya. who has
been in Portland on business for
a few da vs. returned Thursday.
He reports that Mrs. Alphonse
Aya. who went east last week to
’ consult a specialist, may decide
to go to Rochester and be treated
at that famous institution b» the
f'PP'AM STATION A COMMUNITY
LA PINE RAILROAD
In a new man showing the
Great Northern Railway S'stem . .
Redmond Gri amery to Town Soon to Have an as it is now there are shown no Money Spoilt
proooaed lines of construction ex-
Have Buying Station
Pays Bi# Dividends
cept the line to be built through
at Riley’s Store
I ji Pine and a spur from Wilkes-
ls>n> to Tillanus'k, and a short
Claude and Wlliiam Vandevert. PAY PORTLAND PRICKS WILL FORM COMPANY connecting link north of I>-wis-
$300,000,000 IN RETURN
Douglas Johnson, formerly of and Dr. J. C. Vandevert were
^ ^ ^ ^ W to n ..Montana. In soil* o f ÜM
Fremont, who now resides near I .a Pine visitors last week.
The Redmond Creamery has
A community lighting plant is namial depression that has made
Bend, was here on business Mon
_ . r,
. ... lesatablised another buying sta- beinK proponed for I*u Line, it is necessary the withdrawal of most
Spending money to develop ir
Mrs. Daisy K. Hill, and M iss,tjon at
W. R. R iley'is the intention of the promoters to proposed lineaof railroad exten- rigation project« is no longer a
day. ” Doug” is u hustling. en
ergetic young fellow who’s best Alice and Jess Eaton
*n acting as their representative.!
sion, the imm'rtance o f the (Vn- speculation or a gamble, but a
In discussing the business he Walkrr Hasan Garage, and fu m -; tra, Oregon line through LaPine business proposition which pa'«
asset is to boost ever'thing and town Saturda'. Mr*. IGII re
« « I said. “ We are going to pay Port- ish electric power and iights to
knock nothing. He expects to be mained and is now emnk y -d M
is so great that it has not suffer immense returns, according to
located at LaPine in Forest Ser
1 land prices for cream, with n o! other memI>ers «*f the company ed b' the curtailment of extension Whitnee I* Boi«e in a talk on
vice work this summer.
Jack Cole, formerly of DiPine. deduction for transportation. The who purchase the outfit. The expenses. This summer will un- 'Irrigation and What it Means U>
I*a Pine Truck Co. has the haul original plant will be one of
Cecil Hollinshead and wife was here mixing with the local ing contract ami will make deliv series of units, to which other a doubted I n see dirt flsing on the Oregon,” before the member»’
forum of the Chamber of Com
have moved to town and are re- j hunch Saturdav. he came up from eries to the creamery company.” units can be added from time to line.
siding at the Hotel LaPine.
This is a very interesting piece time as the demands for power
He told of the various irriga
greet old acquaintances.
news and will prove verv prof and light incraae. Marshall Well LA PINE RIFLE CLUB
tion projects in Oregon and said
Curtis Beesley and family were
EXPERTS MAKE c o o l ) that when thev are fullv develop
A park site has been laid out itable to the people o f LaPine. Hardware Co. had a man here
in town Sunday visiting with his
in the new Tomes addition and
ed they would bring in an an
mother at the Hotel LaPine.
drivewavs are to be constructed Bend Cremaery is done by out- days ago, and complete plans
Arms and The Man. an official nual return of more than $300. -
Eugene Jensen is building a connecting the Talbott road w ith side parties, and the very fact ] and specifications of the outfit organ of the National Rifle As 000,000 in products. He also
bridge over the irrigation ditch the new Thirl Street road. The that the LaPine Truck Co. has have been drawn and submitted sociation. and classified sa the said that in the North west there
near his place, to shorten the Forest Service is also planning !>een awarded the contract by to the men interested, who an* National Rifleman's Magazine, are 10,000,000 acres which can be
on making a camping ground the Redmond Creamery is a sure now giving the proposition their in its issue of March 15th. give* placed under irrigation, and that
route *o tow n.
within the borders of the park sign that thev will get their very careful consideration.
the standing of the various con if this land is as productive as
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bogue
shure o f the business, for every
testants in the N. R. A. Match. that of the Yakima vallev it will
were in town Sunday afternoon.
Glenn Howard was in town Sat one wants to see local concerns
team at Monitor. Oregon, mean billions o f dollars in in
urday. He came in from Cres
manifested, and the increasing which is headed by the former creased wealth to the nation, the
W. A. Brown of Pringle Falls, cent to attend the dance, and prosper instead o f outsiders:
number of settlers is a very favor secretary of the IjtPine Rifle home of thousands of Americaan
was a business visitor at LaPine went on to Bend Sunday to at
able development, and the com Club, C. V. Carmichael, stands farmers.
Tuesday. While here he had his tend the Forest Supervisor's
The Gilcrest Lumber Co. of Ai- pletion of the East Unit of the 23 in rank in a field of 93 teams
He said that while congress
car overhauled at the Walker Ba meeting. Mrs.Howard has been
oha. Mich., has had an inspector system will soon be taken up by covering the entire United States. has been willing to lend millions
at the Herman Gustafson home in this section o f the country the Irrigation Company.
In the standing for the fourth to foreign nations in time of the
G. 1! Deming was on the sick for several days.
looking after their timber inter
Weather in the Walker Basin week of the match. Monitor has great war. it should be willing to
st this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Brock, of ests with a view of eventually has been ideal this spring, and 9-10 points out o f a possible 1000, lend the farmers o f the West a
starting operations here. No an
half billion to develop irrigation,
Ed Holmes came down from Odell Lake, were at LaPine Sat nouncement was made, however, the usual “ Sunshine every day” and in the fifth week 919. giv all of which will be repaid with
his trapping camp near Lava
as to when the work would I>e rain fell Tuesday giving a re 5000 figured as perfection. Two good interest in addition to de
Lake yesterday. He reports con they remained a week shopping started.
other I^Pine men, who now re veloping the wealth of the nation.
freshing look to even thing.
siderable snow in the mountains and attending to business affairs'
He urged the members of the
side at Monitor and who were
yet. and a vast amount of water
School in LaPine will termi
The LaPine Truck Co. brought formerlv members of the l^Pine chamber to urge large appropria
Fred Winters, formerly a resi
over Crane Prairie, in fact there dent o f the I^Pine country who nate for this term on May 13. in a load of barb w ire for the Ir Rifle Club, «hot high scores on tions from congress. In addition
is more water on the prairie this now resides in Bend, was here The plans of the teachers to give rigation Co. last week. TheA are
the winning team. M. O. White to the development of farms, he
spring than has been for several Saturday renewing old acquaint a play has been discarded, and going to fence the Experimental
185 out of a possible 200. said immense water power will
years. There are hnudreds of ances. His father and mother. exercises will be held at the Farm and a portion of the Tomes Omar Hastie.
180. Mr. Carmi rise to make into finished prod
swan up there this spring.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Winters and school house instead. It was in Farm.
ucts the raw products of the soil.
chael, s score was 187.
tended to put on a iuvenile pro
The l^aPine Truck Co. brought sister. Rita, were here also. duction o f “ Hiawatha.” In,i laA
Several new families arc en
They remained to attend the Red
in a load of hay yesterday.
to settle on their land in
Men dance, returning home Sun
tract. B oom from
A thousand dollars w’orth of day morning. Mr. Winters was
The value of dairy products
additional automoblie accessories formerly the LaPine blacksmith, capacity at the Commercial Club Kansas, some from Minnesota
and supplies have been ordered but is now employed in that ca- Hall made it necessary to change and a familv from Astoria, Ore. sar BY THE STROLLER hm handled through Kil’ ine the past
year compares verv favorably
by the Foss Hardware for the I.a pacityy at the Bend mills.
n oner • week
Annoncement in connection T w o ith I f th ta a k t e aaiii«
old g ra m of Malt
with all other small towns in Or
Pine and Walker Basin Garages.
Frank Johnson, who has resided with the building of railroad ex
egon. and the continued growth
B. G. Sawyer, one of the own
tension through Central Oregon,
J. M. Sapplngton is back in ers of land in the irrigation tract on the old Pengra place during was made in the Portland Journal
When we have done a good ..f this industrv bids fair to make
Bend attending to business in expects to come to the Walker
work we are satisfied and this section o f the state one of
last week, that R. E. Strahorn.
connection with the timber en Basin in a short time and clear place across the meadow. He president o f the O. C. & E. Itoail at peace w-ith the world and our the best dairying countries in
try he is try ing to put through his land and get it ready for says his son George, and his wife asked permisson to float a bond selves. no matter how tired we the west. So far but a very small
from Texas are expected here this
to get possession of the Red Men spring seeding.
percentage of the farms in this
spring, and in all probability issue of $385,000 to complete the
is being turned to the
Several new telephones are I h *- George will take over the black extension of the road between
dairying industry, although there
John Vodjanskv of Eugene. ing installed througout the town smith shop, and let Frank dovote Dairy and Sprague River.
George Mayfield made a spec is u notjcable growth ever time
Oregon, is here transacting busi this week. Dr. Wilson. Foss’ his time to farming.
trip up from Silver Lake to statistics are compiled covering
D. E. Lower,of Valparaiso,Neb'
ness w ith the Walker Basin Real Hardware. The Inter-Mountain,
straighten out that night gown the develoDtnoent in this line.
W\ E. Bogue w ho hois been at
ty Co. He expects to remain in the Walker Basin Garage and the
over the Irrigation Project, has affair last week -too bad,George
the vicinity several days.
La Pine Garage are the new ones Snohomish, Wash,for some time, I bought a large tract in the West we never would have thought
returned to LaPine a short time
that o f you.
WILL MAKE C HARCOAL
H. A. Rose is busy fencing his
Another crew of a hundred ago. He has purchased a farm on Unit and is coming in in a short
property and putting in a crop of men resumed work loading and Little River from Leland Casey time to start work on the place.
J. J. Eng is quoted as saving
Charles and Knute Lundin of
skidding at Shevlin-Hixon Camp of Prineviile, and will hereafter Mr. Lower is a retired banker that he never had his name in Blind Slough. Oregon, are expect
Work will be one of the local “ Tillers of the from Neraska.and has spent sev the paper, well here it is.
ing to return to I^al’ ine in a very
W. H. Hollinshead and sons No. 1 last week.
eral months looking over the west
time and resume work on
extend their sincere and heart
with a view of purchasing a farm
land. Thev were
felt thanks to the kind friends time, it is announced.
Since the completion of the That a man of his keen judgment no vision, just scratches around here last fall and did consider
and neighbors who so willingly
Mrs. I xnii is Ava, who has been West Side canal system there has selected LaPine as nis place
assisted them in their lute be spending the winter with her have Iieen hundreds of inquiries of residence is a good substantial for a few weeks and then gets able clearing on their places.
They are going to start a char
' he ax.
reavement. Thanks are especial' daughter, Mrs. Montgomery, in regarding the land. The interest boost to this Basin.
coal kiln and manufacture char
tendered the Degree of Pocahon Bend, has returned to LaPine.
1s t us get a correct mental view coal from the small pines that a-
She is residing in the Alponse
point Itefore we kick about some i»omul here, if the plans thev
thing to our ow n derimen.
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Cole have A 'a house adjoining the Irriga
have now work out alright. Sev
moved out to their homestead in tion tract.
of the newcomers in this Ba
Nation of Home-Owners Bids Defiance
accordance with the plans they
came from Norway or
Announcement has been made
had for the spring, and are now that the Crater Lake National
ahue got the dates mixed, he Sweden have remarked on the
busy tilling the soil. The child Park will open July 1, and close
thought the opening o f the fish fact that this Black Bine is iden
ren are remaining in town for September 30.
ing season was the opening of tical with the pine that is used
the balance of the school term.
By MRS. L. F. EPPICH. Denver.
the bathing season, and took a for charcoal over there, and sev
John Kornhach returned to La
dip in the mill pond.
The tem eral have announce«! their inten
That honored and gracious bird
con tion of trying it.
the Stork, has again visited I.a
In fnidal tini-H the laltorrr* made no effort to own their own home* vincisi him of his error, but the
Pine, this time Mr. and Mrs. over at the ranch and have a few
Herman Gustafson were the for- improvements made prior to the Their dwellings were provided for them by the feudal Ionia. Out of this adventure incidently afforded
tunates, ami a bouncing baby arrival of Mrs. Kernbach who grew the great tenantry class, which ia the origin of the renting habit considerable amusement for the MAKE GOOD FARMERS
mill hands. It’s an ill wind that
bo' has now taken up his abodt expects to return the latter part of today.
Considerable comment has
at the home o f this |*opular
Tn outgrowing feudalism the world should outgrow thia tenantry blows noliodv good.
been made ujam the fact that
most all the new buvers of irri
condition. We should emerge into an individualism which demand* the
There is an indefinite rumor gated lands are either Norwe
individual home and the complete ownership of it.
F. X. Simrock was a business
going around that a Moving Pic gians or Swedes. This is trne.
Bend restaurants have an
visitor in town Saturday. He
The laws of individuality and of community life etpreaa themaelvea ture Show is to I e started in Di and is verv satisfactory, for we
siys that Mrs. Simrock who. his
in the well-being of family life. No community which ia made up of Pine as soon as the new hall is have found by epxerience that
been on the sick list during the tion in prices, effective April L
renter» can express much force in politic* ner in civic matter». -Owner- finished. So far no one knows the Scandinavians understand
past week, is rapidly improving
and is now able to be up and prietors state that they put a re ahip make* the voter interested in community affair* and pride of ponaea- an1 thing about who is to install this country better thun most
around. Mr. Simrock is working duction in effect last November *ion in-til* a pride in the community winch nothing else can give. A and manage the new indutry. hut ether i eople and know how to go
some gix>d guesses are being ahead with the cultivation of the
At any rate things are
at the saw mill this spring.
I soil in a practical manner. The
more in harmony with the reduc eertain independence and moral harklaine acivnupanie* home ownership made.
drawback with other people has
C. A. Gustafson has I>een slight tion in wages being experienced and thc’ theorie* of American cttiapu»hip become more the fact« and lea*
If you see a young Ford or a been that they had used certain
the dream* o f such people.
ly ill the past week, but has been there.
pushing right along with his
A* regard* children, they #ce no interest di*p!ayrd in the rente,! i Big Fen alarm clock, or some methods of farming in the east,
A public camp ground for auto
thing of that kind growing along and insisted on using the same
work in spite of it.
mobile tourists is to be establish abode. They *re no tree planting and painting and pcraonal pride of j the river bank, «lon’ t blame it ineth«»Is here. whil«> local condi
Mrs. Nellie White. Mrs. A. R. ed on the east side of Main Street. p,*.x,>i.i„n that they mav emulate in their ambitions. Rather, they natu ; onto moonshine, or midnight in- tions «Ionian«! a different method
Donahue, and son Ward, went to A well, rest room, and hinch rally grow without the true imvotives that make of them good neighbor* |<iulgence in mince pie. Dr. Wil of cultivation. The fact remains,
Bend last Saturday on ashopping tables and benches are to he built and good citizen».
son inadvetrenflv p'anted his In- an«! is very noticeable, that the
tour returning in time for the The work will !*• done l>\ POOH-
gersoll along the river recently, best work in the entire irriga
Red Men dance at the Commer lar subscription o f the business, . , A nation
, of home owner» wdt survive the insidiou* red doctrine of and th« re’s no telling what may tion tract has been d«ine in everz
men located on the street.
| «ecedcoce that i* grasping at th« throat of all nation» today.
cial Club hall.
¡spring up at thut point.
i instance by the Scandinavians.
Miss M. Dowd, of Des Moines.
Iowa, sister of Mrs. W. W. Rose.
is here for an extended visit.
She has not been in Rood health
in the Central States and expects
t o p r c lt b y t h e change o f cli-