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La Pine Inter-Mountain
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nerve, to sillv rumor, and travel , woods that nature has provided,
on through the country leaving what would you do?
liehind them a wake o f Kloom.
Oh! let’s go on to the next
depression and lost confidence. town.
“ National prosperity is but the
sum total o f a k>tof little individ
So long. La Pine.
ual prosperities. As individuals
we have weathered deflation
without one o f our old-time HUMESTEA1) IN F O R M A T IO N
But we have
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not yet realized, ss individuals,
luw requires that the en
that we will have to think pros
shall have a habitable
perity and work for prosperity
the land liefore he is
if we want prosperity.”
patent. These require
I f we want prosperity we can
practically the same
not be like the “ little triflin g
steamboat that used to go p u ff for all of the homestead laws re
ing about on the Sangamon R iv ferred to.
“ Having considered the char
er. with a seven-foot whistle on
of lauds available, and in a
a five-foot boiler, so that every
general way the laws un
time the whistle blew, the boat
der which they may be acquired,
8 t O p J K . il. ”
the next thing to look into is the
mode o f jirocedure by which in
“ A shocking political scandal” formation as to the location and
is the New York World’ s desig character o f the land« may be as
nation o f the ten million dollar certained. and an entry' made
fund used to nominate and elect thereof. The public land states
a republican president last year. u n d ivid ed into land districts, in
Not a penny o f this fund ma iy I ieach of which is what is known
have been corruptly expended, ¡a-, a local United States land of-
yst the very existence o f such
presided over bj the regis
*a colossal slush fund is a national ter and receiver. All filings and
menace, says that jiajrer.
entries o f public lands are made
The stupendous and unprece in these offices. In these offices
dented amuont spent by General also are kept records o f all en
Wood’s managers, and others tries and all transactions with
leads the New York jmjier to be re."|Kict thereto: there are also
lieve that the money was spent kept the official township plats
in buying the presidency. II lere o f survey o f the public domain.
are the chief items.
In the local offices, when an en
try is made, it is marked on the
Republican National Com
pjat. Examination o f these jdats
$6.819.729 therefore, will show what lands
Republican State Commit
are entered, and what are vacant
12,078,060 ami open to entry, and diagrams
Leonard Wood ......... $1.773.803 may I k - made o f such plats show
Frank <I. Losvden
$ 411,001 ing this information.
The next thing is to go out and
$876.696 examine the land, as a rule this
Republican Senatorial Com
is where the real difficu lty comes
mittee ....................$316.9-0 in. One must understand the
$194.U00 scheme of township and range
. $173.00« i lines and o f land descriptions so
Warren G. Harding
$113,000 that he can go to the part o f the
country he is looking for. Find
Would you stop at such a town ing the public land survey lines
as this? Ask yourself that ques and comers is not an easy mat
ter. and is almost impossible for
tion and answer it.
Imagine yourself touring Cen one who has had no experience
tral Oregon in u car. and arriv in that work.
lines are marked w ith iron cor
ing here about nightfall.
A fte r vainly searching for a ner posts and brass caps duly in-
camp ground, after inquiring scribed, but the corners o f old
about a public well, or a parkins surveys are very frequently com
site, and finding none but the pletely obliterated or extremely
difficult to find, esjiecially in
rough or timbered countries.
This brings uj> the subject of
I the land locator, that is to say.
j men who make a business of
| finding and locating lands and
The chief trouble with most of
us in this country is that we are
sittin g aruuml waiting for pros
perity to “ Is-Kin."
Samuel M.Vawclain, President
o f the Baldwin Locomotive Co.,
says. “ I am afraid o f the estab
lishment o f the debat ini? society
as a business'institution. Too
much ad vis ini? results in finding
the various ways that things
cannot be done.”
C ollier’s sa\s: “ Prosperity will
not be started by salesmen on
the road who lose their own
He was born into
wealth, but he knew
the value o f thrift and
practiced it. Ready
money wisely invested made him an international finan
cier, and ready money enabled him to save the country
from possible panics in tin: late seventies and in 1907
by control of financial resources.
Ready money will be just as valuable to you
as it was to Morgan if you hope to enjoy prosperity
and comfort and be free c*f debt womes. Be ready to
face the future courageously and cheerfully, no matter
what Pate decrees — be it sunshine or sorrow.
Come In today and start an account with
ut. Add to It from every pay envelope you get. Funds
In bank «rengthen a man's "backbone
Multiply your money in our care.
La Pine State Bank
J. N. MASTEN LUMBER CO.
The Pioneer Mills.
Lumbermen since 1885
W e manufacture Western Des Chutes White Pine
exclusively. Complete stock of all kinds of rough,
surfaced and sized lumber.
All kinds of finish,
mouldings, etc. Long lengths and special stuff cut
to order. We also carry Cedar Shingles, the only roof.
We also handle doors, windows, screen doors, builders’
hardware, nails, etc. Let us figure on your building.
We deliver anywhere.
J. N. MASTEN LUMBER CO.
LA PINE, “ In the Heart of the Timber” OR EGON
Walker Basin Irrigation
La r,,,. Company Oreg
t i n in t o
p r o K p w c t iv w
Radishes, Onions, Lettuce
Beets, Parsnips, Carrots
Asparagus and Rhubarb
All kinds of Fresh and Salt Meats
Beef, Pork and Mutton
Fine Home Made Sausage
F rank Johnson, Blacksmith
R e p a ir in g o f Implements and Trucks
High Grade Welding • >f
-> ,v v — “
First National Bank Building
w ot -
! tiers for a consideration. It is at
,once apparent that the tempta
tion and opportunity are both
present for the locator to mislead
the entryman or misrepresent
the facts to him.
As a practical matter the home-
seeker will save both time and
money if he can get a reliable lo
cator who can I k * depended upon
to show him the land at a reason
There are many
cases where the prospective
| homesteader was not show n the
piece of land he thought he was
getting, and with the exception
of the few states where IcK'ators
and real estate dealers work un
der a license, the homesteader
i is apt to be \ ictimized, without
Having found the land the en
tryman then files his application
in the projHT U. S. Land O ffice,
such application must be sworn
to before a qualified officer
within the land district. It is
not possible under the land law
for an entryman in one state b>
execute his papers there for land
in another state or district. The
principal and most important
sjtccial privilege granted to hon
orably discharged soldiers and
sailors is the right to receive
credit on the period of residence
and cultivation required under
the homestead laws o f a time
equivalent to the period of their
luiiltarv service, provided that
regardless o f the time of such
service there must be at least
one year of actual cultivation and
residence on the land.
Your D in n er
L a P in e B a k e r y a n d
R e sta u ra n t
Serine from 10 c up
Short Orders at A ll Hours
MRS. LULU. B. A R N O L D
I h * In te r-M o u n ta in O f fica
MRS A M Y CAVANAUG11
O c rk
T he IN T E R -M O U N T A IN
L a P in t Scho o l B o a rd
C**nj4ctc Mathng Lists
H E N R Y ( W .W A U G H
Bids will U* received by the L i
Fine School Board until one o’ -
clock p.m.on the 2f»thday o f May
1921. for painting the La F’ ine!
School house, two coats on ,the
outside, and one coat on the
shingles. Also bids for installing
a heating plant in the school
house, as per specifications on
file with the Hoard clerk. All
L B lomes A (j. Cholick
bids must l>e in the hands o f the
O f f ic e a t I n f i n e S t a t e B a n k
clerk on or before one o’clock p.
m. on the 2f»th o f Mav, 1921.
The Inani reserves the right to
reject any and all bids.
Signed, Amy K. Cavanaugh,
R S. H A M ILT O N
O ffn e in Strphrnam Building
v » • . V .
ISAAC B. W ILSO N M. D.
Notice for Hiil.s
Pr« f f tei or
I ligh ('lass Irrt «ate J Lands in the Walker Basin at
bixt\ I Xyllars per Acre
for Rebuilt motor cars
of all kinds. Maxwell.
Fords, Reos, Hupmo-
biles, etc. In good con
dition. and low price.