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About La Pine inter-mountain. (La Pine, Or.) 1911-1934 | View Entire Issue (April 21, 1921)
The Forest Service
All rargers and supervisors in ]S je W S
R o s la n tl L o C a l S c h o o l N o te S
thi Met i
districts o f the national forest,
The County Nurse and the
F.F. Sellman. who w ill be one are in conference this week at
Krnest Bees ley has gone to
visited the local schools
o f the local Forest fire men this the Bend Forest office.
«*> Bend toserve as juror during the
list T h u r s d a A , on their officail
lummer, is expects! to arrive
remainder o f the court term.
r unds o f the schools in Deschu-
and take up his duties .Via'. 1.
A new ranger station is to be W irt Whited is taking care of the t -s county.
I-aPine has been selected as the built this summer at LaPine.the stock during his absence.
Dorothy Barron, who has been
platting station for the Big R iv site has not «et been selected.
From the number o f cars that
¡seriously ill with pneumonia, is
er. Crescent and Ft. R ic k 'D is
Burton ()^e\ received a pro pacsed this way the past week we recovering \er\ rapidly.
motion and raise tn - u'ar last are reminded that the fishing will -uon be able to start back to
season has opened. Good catches
Roads to Twin Lakes were week, dating back to April l. j
reported from Twin Lakes.
opened by the Forest servicemen
l/>re' a Masten. who had to
last week, fishing is reported vicy man and deserves the ad- i Mr. and Mrs Ike Z ierolf mad.
up her studies Uvause of ill
good up there.
a trip to Plainview last Saturda .
visited school Monday.
returning Suniinx. to look for a
! possible location
Mr. and Mrs
The Sixth Grade hail a test in
SprinTitQbe looked a fter the | Physiology last Monday.
stock and dairy while th.?y were
Mrs. Morse Templeton retrun
id from Prineville Satrudav and
is visiting relatives at Kosland
for a few da ys.
.lav Z ierolf o f Shnniko, s ; » ■ t
Sunday visiting his brother Ike
Casey Jones has lea ed the
Gene Rspcr place and has Seeded
the land to rye for hav.
Y ° l nUl H1'! »t< irrigated farm in the Walker
Hasin lor S«»() dollars an acre. The Irrigation
( om| any will prepare 25' o of your acreage ready
for the plow free of charge. You can get terms of
Sl.'i an acre down and balance in 20years. There
is a saw mill close by from which lumber can be
obtain' d at reasonable prices. This is an excellent
dain country and there is always a ready market
for dairy pr< duets. Water costsyou fifty cents per
acre pi r year. Plenty of fuel, and good well water
elo c to the surface. Of the ten thousand acres in
the tract for which water is now available, there
are but sixteen hundred acres left to sell.
forty forty-acre tracts.
There are also a few
GOOD 160 -ACRE HOMESTEADS
W H E N Y O U r<> fiort •
" after y » i r .U v «w ork
whom- hoi wo ito you go
Your own, or alnrtillor.l».
rr i . . h o m e s t e a d s are all level, no 'nek good well water, lota of trees
1 fo r f u r l a lu l h-tieing
I lie Irrigation < 'o m p a n y a g re e * to fumiah
w u t e r fo r i r r ig a t io n on the homesteads at a very reasonable rate when
t h e s e t t lo r o h In ilia t i t l e to the ¡amt. providing the homoatoad in trib
u t a r y t o l l . . >- m n l n v * te in
The Walker Itanin K ealtv Co tn poni-
t i v e l y th e o n ly ho m e « t.-sd locator aiithorireil to make thin offer.
bt*i f u r lb * i
D M you over figure out
how manv to uses roultl
have been huilt with the
ront money you 've aprnt.
W ALKER BASIN REALTY CO.
Come to I.aPiiie anil put
that money into a homo
nt your own
LA P IN E . O REG O N
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th a t «I! R o t ! O ’ ftfe R n k m
H A R R Y f. RI.Y
t o l i m > . f d M i l U 'f t i t o l
with the '•«■%»• for ih t faithful ji#finvmawo* r»< ail contraria an i agrarm»t>U
M fo» y m * /tnNnfiiNt Ina tat imi taaung H * n a l natala S ta a t lieanas
«lien « a n o . «mi i « i l »
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I l « n » iK -ig llin ilv * a ii
ln I»,- u m ) I I. e rti n a ln».»iil n ll'l
m l in « e il k im « i i in Kuri>|n*
Carl Peterjon and wife, for
merly o f these parts and now
joacted at Bend, where Mr.
«Verson is employed with the
Miller Lumber Co., motored up
last Sunday t<> renew old a<iuaint-
tine < an ! to note the changes
that to o k place during the year
The Rose school.of which M rs.:
B. < . Scott is teacher, was duels '
closed with proper and fitting
ceremonv last Friday and this
week Mrs. Scott and two small
sons left to join Mr. S c o t t at Sea
side. Mrs. Scott was the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. (ieorge Eaton,
since the close o f school.
Word was received bv George |
Eaton that his landlord. Wm.
Williams, now located near Eu-
gene. in rounding up «ome cattle
had the misfortune to fall fr >m
his hor e and break his leg. The
injured member is fully incased j
in a plaster cast fp>m the thigh
dow n , as s the report, ard th«
patient is doing as well as can
be e x i t ctrd.
Mi-s Alice EaL n. to c h e r of
the ( re cent school, spent the,
week end with her parents in
the Harrington Butte section. :
Miss Alice was accompanied b' j
two o f her small pUDils. Francis
Heinick and Donald Brock. The,
hool has had a sue
cessful ear and w ill close for the
summer vacation in a few weeks.
James' Miltenberger last week
received a shipment o f prue-bred
j Single Comb Minorcha hens se
lected from the pensof theprize-
winniri-- took o f Wm. Tupper.
Hillsboro, and will engage in the
■ breeding o f this variety o f fowl.
1 A fte r a careful stud, o f the d i f
ferent breeds Mr. Miltenberger
is convinced that this particular
fowl is the proper one for thi-
part o f the state. The Whi fe ;
Minorchas are a r.onsettjrg,
large bird; are excellent layers!
o f large white eggs; gcod rust
lers and good winter lexers. Mr.
Miltenl»erger max later be ab le1
to supply the demand for eggs ,
for hatching and baby chicks
and is already looking forordirs. I
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•ling In 'h e |<arlnh e h u r e h
T b a ln
■ I » iiIm r ille n . h n « e v a r e m g h l In I n *
I « i l i - iti,‘H « n rr mi Ih a g rn u m l » h al
i - r e n a i e p ii-n ly of nid g r a « M i n i m
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« S ii- h If u n n i a ilg h l r v t u l l
n a « a vin g nf t a i r a .
Things about Southern Central Oregon in gen-
e al, especially that section embraced in the
terri oty lying between Bend and Silver Lake,
Cast ade and Baulina Mountain
Ranges. An area o f over 1,000 square miles.
'ii.m ier rf .nrt
in mile« #• i»l of
"llu a le it
i - a i v t r . ,n thp ,.,uu.r of
font above j« •» larnl.
lake I* fetl from the depth*
of ihn old volcano by hot
n|<ring». while around It*
ttlinre« are nuineron» *t>rlnK*
of nxcepttnnal r u e d l c l u a l
Open from June to
October «.ai h year No post-
office, limit goes to LalMno
A x I& IiC
ti • t
prairie hundred« of acre« In
Client, attuateli In the Ca*-
cade mountain«, 5.000 feet
above sea level, is mlteM
went of L a l ’ltie.
ter» for entile men during
the grazing »canon
rounded by p i c t u r e s q u e
Mall goon to
LaPine on the Stiver latkc|
road, n e s t l i n g a l o n g t ho I
edge o f the Fort R ock v a l
ley. Han one or tw o »to re «,
a blacknmith s h o p , n t a g e
atatlon, etc! Nam ed In honor
of lleneral Fremont, who in
u*:.umed to have been the
flr t while man to vi«lt tho
A very a t t r a c t i v e
little place, and one to he
l o n g r e m e m b e r e d by the
Mull from LaPine.
A proHpHrouH lit -
the hurt Itoch
valley, ao named hecauae of
a munalve circular forl llke
volcanic c r a t e r protruding
a I) r u p 11 y f r o m t he I «• v e I
plain, illatory attrlliutei the
IJ n m la
Little River Items
The Bn! Men can hank on one
John Sutlief has been doing couple who will alwavs be pres
considerable slashing and other ent at any ball given in LaPine,
wise improving his homestead.
and no one will annear to have
J. E. Beckley, prominent cattle a better time than Mr. and Mrs
man o f Fort Klamath, passed R. E. Eaton. Snow nor ice was
through Rosland last week on his no barrier in the winter, some
way to Powell Butte where he times it may be late when they
has been wintering two hundred get here, but, theyr’e there.
head o f steers, which he wiil
This section was visited with
drive down to Klamath Falls an unsual lot o f rain the past
this week. While here he was a week which is a big help to
caller at the Frank Bogue ranch. grain and pasture and assuring
Mr. and Mrs. A Springstube plenty o f water for the summer
made a trip to their ranch at season.
Redmond last week.
Jess Eaton finally reached I .a
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Eng have Pine Saturday evening in time
moved to their ditch land and are for the dance but not without
I having to get out and kick his
putting in the spring crops.
car in the rear divers times.
Mr. and Mrs.N.A.Jensen bought
It would not l>e amiss if while
some baby chick and hens from
the road grader is in working
Mrs. Isaac Z ierolf iast week.
order to have it come out the L it
Wm. Brown and w ife were tle River road at this time for it
shoppers at LaPine Wednesday. sure would work wonders while
Mrs. Isaac Zierolf has added the ground is moist. County o f
a choice Barred Rock cockerel ficials are reminded that there
to her pen of thorobred poultry. are many families out this wav
He is from the 0. A. C. strain. who use this road and would feel
grateful for a little attenion.
Dr. John Bessen and famih
who have a summer camp at
A son recently arrived at the
Pringle Falls, left for Bend last home o f Mr. and Mrs. Frank
week on professional business. Hammon o f Central Point. Mr.
Mrs. Bessen and little daughter Mammon, who will be remem-
continuing on to Portland.
be red as “ Happy” drove a truck
Rend and Silver I.ake
Mrs. C. E. Street returned t..is
week to her home after spending last year until a Brooks-Scanlon
several d «vs w ith her mother in log train put him out o f business
wards was engaged
as teamster at the Masten mill.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Shelb\ of Since this makes the only boy
Pringle Falls, left for Bend F r i in the family, “ happy” is right.
day where thev joined a partv ot
A rthur Waters has finished ,
friends for Metolius fo ra fishing
seeding at the C. E. Wise an<D
trip and general outing.
To nes places and will now devote j
Mrs. Frank Bogue has ordered
time to doing likewise for)
some choice White I<eghom pul
him<elf. Mr. Waters is located:
lets from Mr Butler o f Jennings'
o p t i c Schultz place on Little
Lodge. The birds ocme from hi -
AN IRRIGATED FARM
M a n n s G lu « . %
M a r in e g lu e « |irc|i*re « t hy «p*-«*l*
lu g o i,r (m ri *>f In itia rü lih i*f ni • m u
'« •u sin a a m i iiitv in g « l i t i I n a |.» ,i»
• h r lls e . h ) 1 1»*- a lii o f t ie n i
T V - w»
r r i i r m i f i H W ' i "et n f Iht» m n il
X M ilie rtinn « i l . Ita « I h i I I i * tti* \ llillll
n » k en II a u - e f t il m li- '» '» . v ii im i I h
I |i|illl h I Im m lo Im e n e i-tM*«lr*ti'li.l«l Min
h fu r u im r e
T h l» ( l u e la
uae of the natural fort to
the Oral w h i t e «ettlera In
wlthatandlng the attack of
llaa aeveral thriv
ing hu«tneaa o«tabll»hmenta,
a poatnffice and dally «tage
f r l ^ C s S r L p C r l i l t l
t A a h
town on the Klamath Falla
a t a g e r out e , headquarter«
for Koreat Ranger« for that
dlxtrlct. A favorite «top for
tourlata. 17 mile* «outhweat
Haa good ac
commodation« for- tutumu-
On the right-of-way
of two railroad« which are
«non to he built
promlalng little city.
numerous b u i l n a n estab
lishment*. a posteffice, tri
weekly stage service from
tlenient on the Little Oea-
chutea river a mile north of
LaPine W as established by
f tho late J S. Hogue over
twenty five year« ago.
formerly the site of several
business establishment« that
are now located at I^PIne.
la situated at the Junction
of the road to Pringle Fall«.
Fall River and Hlg River
* T i n g lC
On the Rig
river 9 mile«
Site of n proposed
power plant; 1« being con
sidered as a power station
for electrifying one of O re
gon’s railway systems. Has
u s m a l l s a w m i l l , several
g o o d b u i l d i n g s , and good
office; mall to l.aPlue
A live-wire town in the Walker
L a r in c
Basin, the distributing point for
an art a <>f over 1,000 square miles. On main
t n>:ul from The Dalles to California.
Daily i; ;»• »rvite to and from Silver Lake,
I ’ort Ko k, i-runont, Bend. Tri-weekly stage
so: vice to and from Crescent, Fort Klamath
and Klamath halls. Headquarters for tourists.
An cnterpri.'ing town, surrounded by large irri
Good dairy country. Some
go d horn*' toad land still available. All level
land, no rock, soil is a mellow disintegrated
volcanic ash. Good water. Plenty o f wood
for fth !. LaPine lias general stores, garages,
l a dwp.re uie, hotel, restaurant, bakery, bank,
For. : m \ o building, good school, churches,
Club, sawmill, and the
u ::al nvmber o f small businesses found in a
small town. It is on the right-of-way o f two
railroads, which are soon to he built, good auto-
n: »bile road - and adjoins vast forest o f yellow
pine timber which is now receiving the atten
tion of several hu ge milling interests that con-
temp: . • the erection and operation of a very
large mill close to the town.
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La Pine Commercial Club
La Pine, O regon