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About La Pine inter-mountain. (La Pine, Or.) 1911-1934 | View Entire Issue (April 21, 1921)
La Pin« Inter-Mountain
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VC E K LY
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$ 2.00 i rin
IC4itar and P u « -d»***
The west coast and northwest
lumber industry shows a s l i g h t
improved tone according to re-
itorts o f lumber organizations.
Building activity seems to he in
creasing in all sections as sprinv
opens, but it is hamlicappe I I
the arbitrary action of the build
inK trades in most instances re
fusinK to recognize changed con
ditions which warrant low«r
I f other building materials and
wages dropped in proportion to
The sugar beet crop w ill stab-
lumber, increased building o|>er-
logging camp» alize farming conditions in many
ami mills and solve the «luestion sections o f the country by assur
o f unemployment in many places ing the distribution o f large cash
payments to the growers next
tail when other crop prices are
Blue laws .••Kamst baseball,
Beet planting is under wav in
theatres, movies, dancing. skat- the mountain territory and is
inK. smoking. etc., are leinK en
completed in the California d is
forced in S«jtilh Dakota. and some
ci'-ies. One t h iig
The drop from war prices U>
about this mot tini nt, it w ill Rive
peace prices has been most suc
|1|l t to
„ ore oiueiau.
cessfully concluded for loth
n . kt. „ . M. I pet
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grower anil manufacturer, in th*
w ¡th our k < veri ment, at d raise beet sugar industry ard the
taxes to the confiscation i>oint.
whole west will profit as a result.
Everything («oints to a normal
era in the I « « t rugar industry.
This year i k never before the
farmers rea lize the value of a
contrae1 price o f a crop, thus as-;
suring them a d efin ite return
* I 7 £ 3 —
John Adams, second president ol the
United States, won fame as a financier
when be borrowed $2,000,000 from Hoi*
He was a firm believer In banking.
Every man who hopes to be a success
la Ilf* has a bank account.
Vfake up your mind to place a certain
amount of your business profits or I ihoido
la the bank.
We invite an Inspection of oar banking
La Pine State Bank
A complete line o f
finished and r o u g h
lumber now on h a n d
High Grade f l o o r i n g
a specialty. H e a v y
stuff cut to o r d e r .
’ *• '4*, t ,,wn
is th e best
V I L L thing we sell
Our lumber is excellent, our
equipment very complete, the
crew is a snappy hunch of men
and everything is lovely at the
mill hut all this means less to
you than does the fact that we
give service all the time, prompt
courteous service every time,
J. N. MASTEN LUMBER CO.
L A P I N E , “ In th e H e a r t o f t h e
Tim ber” OREGON
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W al her Basin Irrigation
Frank BoKue is making ar
rangements for considerable im
provements on hia farm property,
and w ill add one or two stuctures
this summer, savs W.G.Kordham.
in reviewing the activity in the
building line that is planned for
this section o f the country this
EuRene Jensen and family
Red Men Dance last Saturday
moved out to their farm on the
irrigation tract last Thursday.
S. B ern1, who ow ns a choice Their place lies a little south o f
forty acre tract in the irrigation Mr. Jensen’s sister’ s home, the
section returned to l.aPine from J I hnK place close to the Kiam-
Loe Angeles last Friday, and is ath County line.
now hard at work getting both
his place and the Browning place
George Curtain, formerly a
ready for seeding. Mr. Rt rrv is homesteader in the Seller's Marsh
an old time resident o f the La country, and at one time stage
Fine country and is a good l«oost- driver through Central Oregon,
er for this section. He has a was here shaking hands with old
great manv friends in the c«>m- friends Sati rday. H * now re
munity who are glad to have him sides at Benu and caiue up to at
tend the Red Men Dance.
with us permanently again.
The Klamath Falls Lumber &
Box plant has r«**umed operation,
with a go»sl demand for th« ir
product, anil a good payroll once
more in existence.
Your D inner
Mr. and Mrs. I* I* Orr, wh«»i
have been living in Bend for
some time, left Monday for an ex- j
tended trio east. Both Mr. and
Mrs Orr. have not been enjoying
good health for tome time and
the trip east is ma«h* with the
hones that a change *>f clim ate;
will benefit them.
La Pine Bakery and
Y\ \V ROSE. Proprietor
L A P IN E . O RE .
Owing to the expected demand
for rental houses in the l<aPine|
country this soring, K. B Tomes |
and A. G. Cholick hay«* decided
to build a few bungalows in the
Tomes addition for rental pur- j
poses. Work w ill start on them
in the near future according to
an announcement made by Mr. j
Tonies last w«*ek.
Carl Wise is getting ready t«>
build a house, and mak«* exten
sive improvements on his ditch
land. Carl is a firm believer in
dairying as an industry, and
started in here several years ago
on a rental farm, and has made
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Klamath Falls is shipping fif- j
teen carloads o f lumber daily.
A ttorn ey
B. J. Bloxham has written tin-
irrigation Co. that he intends
coming in soon and cultivating
his land on the irrigation tract.
Mr. Bloxham owns land in th«*
west unit and has lx*«-n interest
ed in the project for some time,
having been «»ne of th eear'y pur-j
chasers. He has a family o f six,
who arc* to come hi LaPine with
L. M. Hackendom, who arriv
ed in this section o f the country ;
some time ago, is rapidly improv
ing his place and making a beau-1
tiful home for himself h«*re. He
is a progresive man and the work j
he is doing on his farm is a Ror*} *
example for the other settlers W>
ISAAC B WILSON M .D
0(1»*.# In Strrkcnmn Building
R S. HAMILTON
l ira Nilnoal Bank Building
Ik n d
The Klamath Falls Stage has
started operation and is now
making regular trips between
MRS LULU B ARNOI.D
Bend and that point. T ra ffic is
Al O x Infrr
O f lie*
proving heavier than usual for
this time o f the year and the
roads are l>etter than usual, there
The E. B. Tomes farm is being
being very little snow over the
fenced, cleared and plowed this L a P in e
week, getting ready for seeding.
Mr». Fred Shonquist, w*ho has Mr. Tomes is one o f the prugres-i
been on the sick list for some sive young men o f the community
time past, is still under the care
o f a physician. Improvement is
slow but gradual.
M rs. B. C. Scott who has been
teaching at the Rose school the
past year, closed her school F ri trip to Bend last week.
He MRS AMY CAVANAUGH
th»' and left Tuesday for Seaside brought back word that County
Clerk l a f*1nr
where Mr. Scott has been this! Judge Sawyer, editor o f the Bend
w inter and where they will make Bulleitn, ha«l gone to Portland
their future home.
for an operation and had under
gone the ordeal nicely, and that La Pine
R. E. Eaton is doing his spring his condition is now very satis
work on the T i y or place now*, factory, his recover- is expected
lie says the system o f living to l«e very rapid.
close t«» town in the summer and
a long ways o ff in the winter
J. T. Jensen, one o f the land
| doesn't work out well, so he is buvers in the West unit, expects
going to arrange to live at Round to come in and work his place
; Swamp when the weather is good, this summer.
and at the Tavlor Ranch in the
Eugene Jensen has purchased
w inter, as soon as he Rets his
crop in on the latter place he will the J. G. Brown tract in the W«*st L: B Tomes A. G. Cholick
( HI h .« at L g Pm * Stair Bank
go up to Round Swamp and farm Unit and expects to farm it this
II«* intends to make a
his place there.
dairv ranch o f it and is looking
Fred Friaby, w ife and daughter around for a good line o f dairy
of Bend, came up to attend the cows at this time.
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The building occupied by the
Iail'in*.* Billiard Partar. Barber
ShoD *nd Soft Drink establish
ment. and the building occupied
by the l-al'ineConfectionerv and
Ice Cream 1’arlor have been thor
oughly renovated throughout,
both im-ide and outside. The
appearance of the buildings is a
wonderful improvement to Main
Street and Mr. Cavanaugh is to
U* congratulated on hia progres-
Several o f the'buildings on the
There is increasing protest Tome- property* at Pringle Kails
aKainst the ever-growing appro will probably be moved to the
priations for the higher institu Tomes addition at lu p in e to ac
comm.date the new arrivals,
tions o f learning.
If education resulted inproduc- l he laP ih e Truck Co. will prob
j ing a population not on«* of w hom at Iv be awarded the contract for
would labor, it would I k * the j moving the buildings.
: great«*st curse o f mankind.
Dr. John Hessen, formerly of
Too many girls are tram«*«! up
w ho recently took up a
the silk-stocking and georgette
residence at PrinRle
crepe waist standards o f living,
who cannot dam their own stock Falls, bus in connection with a
ings, cook a plain meal or make physician by the name o f Warner,
also from Portland, purchased
the Dr Albert Ix*ssing practice
a* Bend and are now practicing
under the firm name o f Bessen
I/»cal men interested in the de it Warner in the suite o f rooms
velopment o f the country, should formerly occupied by Dr. Lessing.
give attention to this fact. Cn
E. B' Tomes, cashier o f the
the signs before the various stage
offices in Bend, and ail along I-aPin«» State Bank.has erected a
the road from Bend W» Silver new garage in the rear o f the
l,ak<* th«*re are no road signs on bank building. It is assumed
I which the name iuil'ine appears. that Frank. Andrew and Ernest
The tourist never knows from will draw lots each night to de
i the sign boards, whether h«* is termine which one o f the three
• fifteen or fifty mil«** from La banker's cars sleep inside and
Pine. Yet I j i i ’ine is th«* pritici which on «» sleep out.
; pal stopping point on the rout«
Burton Onev made a trip to
through Central Oregon from
Falls. Fall River and
Bern! to Silver Ijike, a distance
Big River last week fo r the pur
o f about a hundred miles.
i n e o f putting ur> Forest Service
signs and guide boards for the
Oil prospecting has »tart***! in tourists. He took his children.
I (loose !,ake, says a news item Ruby and Buddy, and their
from I-akeview. Let's see. isn't friends. S 'lv ia Foss and Evlyn
Arnold, along with him and made
thut where Morson is now ?
I quite a children's party o f the
LU M B E R
Normalcy is not a question of
price or a question o f wage. It
is merely a question o f fairly
steady employment with the dol
lar buying as much as it ought to.
Local and Personal
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I ligh Clast» Irrigated I .ands in the Walker Basin at
Ni\t\ Dollars per Acre
he place where
you II always find
your friends from
Pine, Ft Hock.
Crescent and Sil
ver L a k e folks
w hen m Bend
F u r n is h e d R o o m s
in C o n n e c t io n
Messrs. Ijulean, Andrews and
; Erickson, o f Orland. California,
; who Durchas«*«l land in the West
| Unit last fall, are expected in
i this spring to farm their places.
Mr. Ijtdean said when he was
! here that he was Ruin'? to bring
in a good bunch o f heavv draft
, horses w hen he comes. Each of
these men have f: nr lie v ' ,«> will
come w ith them, thus making j*
very substantial addition to the
Herman Gustafson has complet
ed re painting and patH*rii,g th«*
interior o f the I-al'ine Hotel the
nast w«*«*k. The improvements
in the interior are ver. nice and
in accordance w ith the usual plan
of Mrs. Beesley to mak«* her
guests feel at home.- and o ffe r
them the best accommodations
Wort! has been received here
that Mr. and Mrs. Stanle Pierce
well-known residents o f this sec
tion. have puerhased a small farm
at Mercer. Calif., and will make
that their future residence.
1IENRY CAVAN AUGI 1
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