La Pine inter-mountain. (La Pine, Or.) 1911-1934, April 28, 1921, Image 1

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L A P IN K , Ü E S T H I T E S C O U N T Y , O R E G O N , T H U R S D A Y , A P R I L 2H. 1!>’2 1.
NEW HIGHWAY MAY HAVE BOX
FACTORY HERE
THROUGH HERE
Local Happenings
KAU ROAD BOND
ISSU EJS READY
NUMBER 12
A MARKET MAN
NEEDED HERE
The Federal Box and Shook
The Great Northern and the
o f Portland have l«een mak-
Northern Pacific Railway Com Town Requires a Gene­
Items o f Interest Throughout the Basin
Canada-California Hoad Co.
mX inquiries the past few weeks
oanies are preparing a bond issue
regarding the amount o f jack
To
Through the
------------ 1of S230.(NMU nni for maintainence j
ral Market Man to
nine available in the Walker Ba­
The
Ft.
Hock
Creamery
is
be-!
Chester
Hollinshead
who
was
and
extensions
and
other
improv­
Walker Basin
Handle Everything
sin. and regarding the possibili­ ing moved to Silver l«ake and doing jury duty at Bend the past merits. A series o f
window
ty o f establishing a box and operation is to start as s«s*n as week, returned borne Saturday, displays are being put in Wall
There will possible.
A B K I W O N D E R R O l TT E Isn ook factory here.
A new organixattoo
utys jury dutj at
per Street windows in New York and BI SINESS IS CERTAIN
b«* an effort made to interest has lH*en formed, and with 400¡day. with expenses at $4.50 per a splendid campaign is to lie
Speaking o f the new Highway '‘jcsl men in starting an industry cows as a starter, it is expected das isn’ t exactlv what he would waged to float the issue. The The greatest
need in IsiPine
from California to Canaila. the o f ibis kind, and a guarantee that the Silver Dike country will call profitable.
railwav stock advance«) from one right now
is a General Market
Bend Bulletin savs "From the «»vena* to the selling of all rapid I \ dev elope into an impor-
AR ^
h and family have' l l ^ T i S i
h>,f
tbe day Man. one who will buy anything
California line it runs through shook« at highest market i rk m tiht dairying center.
!
p S iS S S .
and ^ ¡ v S
S*d
k . > hut
Klamath Falls, Klamath Agencv. j at Rend.
< . D. 8cbell. an ( iregon urn w ho ar,- now occupying the B la in e '--
* ^er. from eggs to beef hub's,
Valuable
testimony
to
the
su-
ever
since.
Crater Lake. IjiPine.
Bend, i
The first qualification o f such
has kept pretty close watch on I Gamer place, preparatory to
Prineville.
Madras. Antelope. lieriority o f the wooden box as the various irrigation systems moving to the Wm. Foss "ditch
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a man is an ability to market his
Shaniku. Wasco. Umatilla. Echo. a container for canned goods is throughout the state, bought land | land. As soon as a house is built M O N E Y
D I V E R T E D P a lle t* . Evers city has hun-
IS
Pendleton.
Freewater.
Walla
,n a recent survey of
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• I reds o f restaurant« who will buy
¡in
the
local
tract
a
short
tim
e;(,n
the
Foss
property.
Mr.
Dona
Walla. Spokane. Sand Point, wholesale «»veers in Seattle.
: ago. and is expected in soon to hue will farm the place.
At a meeting o f the State butter and eggs diract from the
Bonner’s Ferry, and on into the lortland and Tacoma. In »’ very
begin farming.
Highway Commission last Sat T n*lucor, b> P?rot‘l P0®1’ *n V°u
Banff countn o f Alberta.”
fM e it was found that wood held
A. T. Daugherty o f Baltimore, unlay Deschutes County notified 1H%*‘ to do is to get in touch
The unsightly stumps in the
The new mad is to he known th? P™ ten n ce. as the fiber cim­
Md..who owns 120 acres adjoin­
as the Wonder Highway, passing tamer fails to stand up. especíal­ ! lots adjoining the Hotel I,a Bine ing the towniste on the west, the commission that it w ill not " 'It1 hcm-
hold
'I bond ii8U6 and
I nouMnMjw cWckOM c m m
as it does, a great v a ried of the l> 'Í >t becomes damp or wet.and were taken out last week and writes that he is preparing to M k «j\ h at' ^
~ ' in Portland
-
by parcel
7he Í "»arketed1
,
the
land
cleared
preparatory
to
scenic wonders o f the west. is more easily crushed than w i s h ).
come out this summer and work state was to spend rocking the
with
especially
high
prices
)t is almost impossible to sell putting in a croquet ground and his place, and build a house and*
There is no automobile highwa>
Central
OrefTon
highway,
from
;!!f
.
,
*
vv
.
alontf
a!x>ut
in the world that offers the same such goods for export, says the ! tennis court for the summer make other improvements.
Bend
to
Hose
Ridge.
be
diverted
1
time,
amusement
of
our
citizens.
“
Manufacturer.’
’
for
considerable
accommodations along the route,
Sneaking o f the success o f poul­ and applied on the Dalles-Cali-'
by,
oxkH[n,,™ v
and at the same time gives the difficulty is met w ith in piling
Jim Beckley, who purchased
furnia highway from Allens Dine ba* tb'* c,*y
w ,ll handle
tourist the opportunity- to view- them, and in handling them gen­ 275 head o f one and two year old try in this section. Miss Anna
many o f the world’s greatest erally. as such cases have U) he cattle at Bowell Butte recently, I>eming hrought a hen’ s egg to to the Klamath county line. The al1 the í rK48**d mMtJíon w<’
request will be granted, although
Providing a steady
scenic splendors and geologic handled when e x e r te d .
drove them through DiPine en- the Inter Mountain office last it upM-ts the program which the | an_ j*’b °nPal)le supply can I h - as-
week
for
display,
that
measures
The
increasing
demand
for
box
route to Ft. Klamath Friday.
wonders.
sure»! the buyers
The Southern end of the route material has made necessary the The prices paid were $.‘U> for the CJ inches in circumference one commission was working out for
Vegetables o f all kinds find a
will be L ob Angeles, and it’ s increasing o f the output, and it ones and $45 for the twos. way, and 8J inches in circum fer­ Deschutes.
ready
market direct to the con­
northern terminus the Banff is with this object in view that Casey Jones. Jack Harvey, J. ence the other. It weighs 3J
sumers
bv parcel post, and the
country o f Canada, up in the the Federal Box and Shook Co. Frank Bogue and Jim Prose ounces.
Post O f f ice Department is daily
Tom Reesley came up from
Canadian Rockies.
Thus the are taking this matter up.
drove the herd for Mr. Beckley.
encouraging the marketing o f
Portland
and spent Sunday with
route includes the Sierra Nevada
these things in that manner.
Felix Springstube says the
his mother here at the Hotel La to r FROM THE '»I D FILES n
Range, the Cascades, and the
The greatest difficulty is that
Inter-Mountain didn't make his |
( an ad inn Rockies, yet at no time t ■»-» p, ■»—
y r-» •» ▼ * m t
» r n garage big enough and that the ; Pine. Monday he went to Bend
each producer’ s offering is so
M u n ì* that Im piien««!
where he will visit his brother jn an*! smursd f.a !‘tnr trn y rara ago
does the route become difficult.
small that it does not pay him to
business he has is too big to j
and family for a few davs.
The route is the most d i r e c t ___-|'111' STROI I I |{ fa t
go looking for a market. But if
handle in the little structure we|
that it is possible to select, and
J.B. Curl, Forest Ranger from one man handles the combined
built for him. It seems that the, A general invitation from the
T«> b e ta à e n orine a w e e k —
bas already been dubbed the w ith tlust nam e o b i fr a n i o f Milt
new garage building is actually ! Bend Order of Red Men has the Sisters District, has been products o f all the producers of
“ Bee Line Highway.” It is an­
40 X 60 feet instead of 35 X 50, been sent to the Local Order in­ transferred from that place to the LaPine Basin he can afford
ticipated that it will he one o f
as was stated in the Inter-Moun­ viting them to attend the big L.a Pine. John Riis o f Utah, is to Ko out and arrange to market
Know when to stop talking.
the most widely known and ex­
the stuff. He can make excel­
Red Men Dance to be held at also to be stationed here.
tain.
Nothing can bring you peace
tensively traveled auto routes of
lent money, and so can the pro­
Bend
May
14.
The
Harriman
Line
is
now’
op­
The
cold
wave
that
has
swept
the entire country’s net work o f hut the triumph o f principle.
ducer.
erating
a
daily
train
on
their
new
highways. The Dalles*! alifornia
jn idleness alone there is per- over the entire Western a n d f Ed. H. !mos made a fh in g trip line as far as Madras.
Tho lival Hairvrnen and farm­
Central states during the past to Bend Friday, in order to make
Hlghway will constitute a portion p,.tuaj despair.
ers will gladly aid in starting an
L I). Peterson lias just com- enterprise o f this kind.
of the new route.
.
...
... two weeks, flipped it’ s tail a- a small hut very necessarv in­
Develop a personality that will round into this section o f the vestment. he returned as soon as pletc»! a new residence on his
Here’s a wonderful opportunity
inspire confidence.
country last week and gave us a he could, which wasn’ t soon ranch.
for the right kind of a man.
Failure is due more often to few flakes of snow and a hit o f enough to suit him.
James Benson anil Herschmey-
RED
M EN
CONTRACT
want o f ideas than to want of wintery weather.
l)r. I. B. Wilson. E. B. Tomes. er have !>een awarded the con­
Sheriff K.E.Woodcock o f Lake John Vodjanskv and John Mas tract for the construction o f sev­ ( AKEY COES CUNNING
At the regular meeting o f the Capital.
Co.
passed through this section ten constituted a party of local eral hundred feet o f eight-foot
If
you
would
be
a
man
speak
Red Men Tuesday night a con­
Friday
with two prisoners he business men who made a busi­ sidewalk in town and have start­
tract for the completion of the what you think today in words
It is confidently reported to
had
captured
in Washington. ness trip to Ft. Rock. Fremont ed on the yvork.
as
hard
as
cannon
halls.
new hall building was let to J.
the Inter-Mountain that Carey
They
are
charged
w
ith
breaking
The J. N. Masten Lumlier Co. Stearns had visitors at his ranch
(). Huffman. The contract does
All other qualities go for noth­ and entering homesteaders prop­ and Silver Dike Tuesday.
yesterday
sold ten thousand feet house during his absence Sunday
not include interior finishing. ing or less than nothing unless
A. H. Ridgley was here a few
erty.
Mr. Huffman is a prominent honesty underlies them.
davs last week looking after prop­ of lumber to the county for the and that the visitors took appar­
William Foss. Di Pine’ s popu­
memlier o f the order and a first
He expects to construction of a bridge over the ent delight in stacking the furn­
The great thing in this world lar hardware merchant will han­ erty interests.
class carpenter as well, and it is
move hack to his farm in a short Little Deschutes at the Walter iture up in one corner, barring
with a feeling o f general satis­ is not so much where you stand dle a line o f rebuilt motor cars time, and appl1’ many o f the irri Vandevert place.
the d»Kirs and otherwise leaving
■ •
faction that the members view hut in what direction you are go­ in conncetion with the lai Pine „ t.
marks o f their Sunday visit.
Fre»l
LaFollette’s
new
six
room
also
taken
the
«at
ion
metlmds
he
has
learned
in
ing.
Garage. He has
the awarding o f the contract.
Carey
immediately employed a
cottage
on
his
homestead
adjoin­
No power in society, no hard­ agency for a goo» trailer! and'a|the Kedmond country.
The La Pine Truck Company
ing the townsite of Crescent is sleuth w ho deduced the follow­
has the contract for hauling the ship or misfortune can keep you demonstration vehicle has lieen ; Blood poisoning caused b\ a about completed.
ing; that three pe»iple constitut-
sliver in a finger, which spread to
lumber from the mill and started down in this world except b\ received.
e»l the visiting party, that they
work yesterday.
Mr. Huffman your own consent.
The Klamath Falls Stage Co. the arm and head, caused the ER H Ö H
IN
S H I P M E N T ¡arrived anil departed in a Ford,
expects to complete his contract
that a lady o f comparatively
I/*t us get hack to the princi­ has announced that as soon as the death o f A. E. Courtright. a
in two or three weeks.
small stature was a m«*ml)«>r o f
ples of equal taxation and elimi­ tourist season opens up they will prominent Redmond farmer last
We
have
been
expecting
some
nate special privileges such as route their Klamath Falls stage rridav.
humorist to announce that the the party, that a tall smooth
via Crater Lake, thus earning
('has. Milliron. Dr. Norris and reason the Inter-Mountain is the faced young fellow and a rather
tax exemption.
L E IT E R FROM W ALLACE
High rent and heavy taxes are many visitors, who may other­ yvife. and Mrs. Digan of Bend, Pai>er that’ s different, is because heavy set elderly hut very active
the greatest griefs o f the citv | wise la* unable to visit that great were guests at the Casslebury o f th«* wrong font letters appear companion committed the crime.
Carev is out gunning for the
Frank Wallace, owner o f Wa- dwellers todav. and as a result scenic wonder, to the crater on Ranch a few davs this week.
ing throughout its columns.
their
way
south.
guilty
Kuys.
mego Ranch, on the Pringle Fulls thousands are flocking “ Back to
However, the real facts o f the
road, writes under date o f April the land.”
case are these.
In shipping the
19. that he is doing well in his
type setting machine the factory-
ljist
week’
s
“
Bulletin"
boasts!
C L E A N -U P D A Y M A Y 7
chosen profession as civil engin­
got two orders intermingled, and
that there are no prisoners in
A
Passing
Landmark
of
Old
Manila
eer. being eniplo- ed in the De­
sent us yvrong font L g, and y.
the city jail at Bend: hut evi­
The first week in May has he«*n
partment of Public Roads in Mon­
and we are obliged to use them
dently tnere are several who
ihxlicate«! as clean-up week, w ¡th
tana. He is at present located
for
a
few
issues
until
the\
get
should be there if the circulars
Saturday Mav 7. as the big dav.
at Missoula. Frank is engaged
the orders straighten«*»! out.
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that have been distributed a-
Every property owner should
to he married in September and
round the streets o f the county ,
clean
up the premises, remove
expects to come to LaPine on his
P O C A H O N T A S IN IT IA T E
all old rubbish, and generally im­
wedding trip. He sends his re­ seat during the past week are a
i
criterion.
i
* T
prove the appearance o f his prop­
gards to all friends.
. f
i t,
Five new memlters w«*re initi­ erty. In many Oregon towns, o r ­
k L a L>
ate«! into the Degree o f Pocahon­ dinances have lieen passed mak­
FISHERMEN THY I.UCK
tas at the regular meeting held ing this clean-up compulsory. In
F R A N K R O G U E IS
tint
I at the Commercial Club Hall last some c«immuniti«>s. women attired
Since the fishing season open-
D I S T R I C T M A N A G E R »*<1 Saturdays ami Sundays hiwr
(Thursday night. A social even­ in sun bonnets and aprons, and
ing followed, «luring which a armed with gard«*n rakes, form
parties are seen at all the sur
¡short program was r«*nder«xl by an auxilliarv armv to aid in the
John F. Bogue. well known in rounding lakes, although no big
j members, anti refreshments were work. I«aPine has decided to
this W’ality is now stationed ut catches were report»xl.
Dn-al
served.
Snohomish. Washington, where i folks were too busy to devote
fall in line for this spring and
he is employed as district mana­ much time t<> the siHirt just now.
make the town more attractive
ger for the Wolter Auto Signal as everybody ¡ h in the midst of
M H II K\ l P A P I R M il l for the tourist.
Co., for that section o f the 1 their spring work.
However a
country. Mr. Bogue is a stock­ few o f our devotees took the time
The vague rumors th.it have
holder in the c«>mi>anv. as is also o ff and went anyway.
lieen in the air for some time CIIILOQUIN HAS ROOM
W. E. Bogue of Di Pine. The
past regarding th«* establishment
Pringle Falls and East Dike
Wolter Auto Signal is an auto­ will very likelv lx* the most at­
«•f paper mills in this s«»ction o f
T M » I* * photngraph » f th«* fammi* olii flrhlrr o f Spalli. Manila
II I*
Chikwjuin. the n«irthorn termi­
matic signal arm. e»juippe«I w ith tractive fishing plac«*s close to tin» a «Irparlol laiHlniiirk of Ilo* Pilli p|Hn«**. for Ita pia*** bua ho*n takrn hy the state w ere again renewed last
nus
of the railroad in Klamath
a re«l ekx*tric light, that, by the I^aPine this year as in the past
w
«*«*k
when
Portland
pa|>ers
car
ola* o f Ilo* nio-«t lirPla«-* In Ih«* «■min* iirtvnt, Ihr n«-w Jou«*a h rld tf
pressure o f a button on the con­
The snow is still too heuvv at
Th«* Joio-a Urlìi»«* 1 « nani«*«! In honor o f th«> lat«« r’oiigiriam an yv A Jonr* ri«xl an article that John Sti«*ll County, has lx*come a ratherpm-
trol board, automatically extends Newberrv ( ’ rater, however, to of Vlrglnlu. author of ili«* Jone* in * of ipitl whlrh promise«] th« Plllplno* of Bend, applied f«»r a water gressive little town during _ the
outward, and upward or down­ permit fishing th**re yet. I^ist lllil«*|n-ioleii<'e u|>i>n thè e«lahll«hineiit of a «Untile joxem ineiit.
right «>f 12>> Mx’oml feet from the past few months, and several
TI »e olii |lrt«l;,<' o f Spnln la catled thè mother o f Manlla'a brt<1*«»x.-' The Desohut«*s river.
ward. as mav be requir«*d.signal­ Sunday about fifty Bend folks
Although no new business establishments have
Rc\
A I >an f<>rd o f
ing in an effective manner just w«>r«* at Pringle Falls, while at originai bridgi* «H I lm.lt « f pontoon* *>.«nielline hetween thè year* I.Mai and announcement has lux*n made r«*-
what the car is going to do. so Fall River an«l some o f the moun­ pk*l. Indille knoyrn a* the llrldge o f Hoala Th e atone bridge ahown a len e garding th«* pum«>se f«»r which Eugene, was there last week and
« a * bulli ahout l i p i
|t wa» tute*» dainaged hjr earttnjtiakea, and « l i oro e
that possible followers have no tain lak«.*s fishing parties were parti)
the water is re«|uire«l. it is as­ purchased a site f«»r a n«tw Meth-
di'mollnhi d h) a lto**l.
excuse for a rear-end collision. i also numerous.
sumed that it is for a paper mill. o«list church.
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