La Pine inter-mountain. (La Pine, Or.) 1911-1934, May 19, 1921, Image 4

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    Char!«» Barron and William .1. progressive homesteaders up in
Johnson have leased the J. A. the HarrinKton Butte country.
The LaPine Truck Co. brought Byers place from E. K. White came down Friday for a brief
in two truck loads of Rrain for and as soon as K. K . has the visit with his brother and family
buildinRs fixed up in Rood sham* at the La Bine Kestaurant and
the Riley store Tuesday.
they v ill move out there and Bakery, he returned home Sat-
EuKene Jensen tame in from farm the place.
lrda.v.
his place on the West Unit Tues­
day and transacted business in
Mrs. (leorRe Slv. one o f the I W. K. Beeslev came in from
LaPine.
W alker Basin’s famous butter the Wire Ranch Monday with his
makers, wa.; in t>wn Saturdav . reKular weekly shipment of
Claude Vandevert was in town 1
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,
,
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last week on business in co n m c-i™
'• u-ity creatn. He must be m.Rhtv bu*
tion with his o ffice o f deputy tax L,ne
•
°!u hl4s A av
he 1* ° ' il‘ i
a* * * * or’
‘ R' rman A. l.o . one o f the
g jv# some of the local pinochb
fans a trimminR— maybe.
Local and Personal
BR O O M S 5 5 c .
___________________________ .
FA C TS AND
F IG U R E S
Things about Southern Central 0 • .
in u*n-
eral, especially that see ion r mb•; d
territory lying between Mend , . id
’
.
and between the Casead • ;ti i ! ’•
1 UÜ
Ranges. An area of over 1. » •
.1
a h p
1.1 » ■ ••
Itna!** l
L l d K C ’ la 11» «-ral.T « f
■ n » x tinct voli .«no. » 000
f«*«-t a b o v « sea le v e l
"The
l a k e I* fed f r o m I ho d e p t h *
o f 1 ho o ld v o l c a n o by hot
upriiiKK. w h i l e a r o u n d
It*
Mhore* a r e n u m e r o u s s p r i n g *
n( e x c e p t ton* I m o d I r i n a I
O p e n f r o m J un o to
totohor e a c h y e a r No p«>»t
oltlro, m a ll Kora l o LuPin«-
Crane
O n» o f t ho
flnest « r e n i e
P r a i r i p
t p o t » In t h -
* * * * * *
w o r ld . A u » t
p r a l r l o h u iid re d » o f a c u t i In
e v i e n i . nit uh 1 od In th» C u ­
r a l i * m o u n ta in * . 5,001* ftw-t
a b o v o *oa le v o l, IH tuli«--
wo*t o f L aP In».
llcadquar-
ter a f o r c a l i l e moti d u r l n g
th è e r a z f n g *oaaon.
Siir-
roundod
by
p ictu re g q u o
m o u n tain « .
O o o d h u n t t iig
a n d fls h ln g
M ail gne» lo
Lapin».
F irst town
« p uth
of
l a i P i n e on t h e S i l v e r L a k e
road, n e s t l i n g a l o n g t h e
edge oJ t h e F o r t H o ck v a l ­
le y . Ha« o n e o r t w o «tore«,
a blacksmith s h o p , s t a g e
s t a t i o n , e tc
N a m e d !u h o n o r
o f ( ie n e r a t F r e m o n t , w h o I*
a s s u m e d to h a v e been the
llr»t w h i t e tnun to v!»lt th e
va lley.
A v e ry a t t r a c t i v e
l i t t l e jilace. a n d o n e to he
l o n g r e m e m b e r e d by th e
tourist.
M a il f r o m L a P i n e
Fremont
P
r O
i
r i
Rock
A p ro a p e ro u * 111
11,. to w n s i t u a t e d
tn t h e h e a r t o f
th e Fort R o c k
v a l l e y . «0 n a m e d b e c a u s e o f
a m assive c ir c u la r fort-like
volcanic c r a t e r p rotru d ing
ab rup tly from the level
p lain . H i s t o r y a t t r i b u t e * the
Mrs. Charles Barron went
down to the lumber camt* la.^t
¡w eek for a brief visit with j
( ’ batlea who has been employed
there for u long Ume.she return­
ed hist Thursday.
w It !i n
Indian-
Intt » j
a ;>( •< oi
service
j
Crescent , l a b w 11 e l «li l ns-
<>d
t o w n on th e K l a m a t h Kail*
«tu tti- r o i i t i ' . h e a d q u a r t e r «
f o r F o r e s t l l a n i e r * fo r that
d i s t r i c t . A f a v o r i t e -t o p fur
t o u r i s t * . 17 tulle.i -11 !th-.ve.it
o f L a PI ite
Ila
ro o d a c ­
com m odation» f o r u l t i m o
hill.-tx
On t h e r i g h t o f - w a y
of tw o ra ilro .il
w h ic h
re
»0011 to I h - tiuilt.
A very
p r o m i s i n g l i t t l e c ity
Itm
numerotiH b u s i n e a a ( s t u b
IlHhmotit», a jinsiofltco, t r i ­
w e e k l y « la g o Hi-rvlce fr o m
l .a Pin e .
A p r e 11 y
l i t t l e s et-
t len ie n t on t h e L i t t l e D e s ­
c h u t e s r i v e r a m ile n o r t h o f
I.a P In e . W a s e - t a b l i s h e d by
the late J
Pogue over
t w e n t y Uve y e a r s a g o .
W a*
formerly t h e s i t e o f » everal
b u s l n e - s e s t a b l i s h m e n t s thut
a r e n ow l o c a t e li a t L a P i n o .
Is s i t u a t e d a t th e j u n c t i o n
«if th e ro a d to P r l n k le F i l l s .
F a l l H i v e r a n d PI« R i v e r
H anger Stations.
Mail to
L aP ine.
Rosland
s.
the
Hig
Pringle ‘ e a c h u t e s
r i v e r i> tniles
Falls
northw est of
L u p in e,
S i t e i-f a p ro p o se d
j i o w e r p l a n t : is b e in g c o n ­
sidered as a p ow er station
for eh • trlfy ln g o n e o f O r e ­
g o n 's r a i l w a y s y s t e m s
Has
a 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 , a n d go o d
ca m p in g grounds.
N o |>ost-
ofHce, m a ll to L a P i n e
I p;
A live-wire town in the Walker
L a rin C
Basin, the distributing point for
an area >f o* er 1,000 square miles. On main
automobile road from The Dalles to
< r<irnia.
Daily stage service to ;tnd from Silver Luke,
Fo t Rock, Fremont, Bend. Tri-weekly stage
service to and from Crescent, Fort Klamath
and Klamath Falls. Headquarters for ton ists.
An enterprising town, surrounded by la ge irri­
gation project, Good dairy count y. Some
good homestead land still available. All level
land, no rock, soil is a mellow disintegrated
volcanic ash. Good water. Plenty of wood
for fuel, l-al’ine has general stores, garages,
hardware store, hotel, restaurant, bakery, bank,
Forest Service building, good school, churches,
newspaper, Commercial Club, sawmill, and the
usual number of small businesses found in a
small town. It is on the right-of-way of two
railroads, which are soon to be buih, good auto­
mobile roads and adjoins vast fo: i st of yellow
pine timber which is now receiving the atten­
tion of several large milling interests that con­
template the erection and operation of a very
large mill dost* to the town.
For F u r t h e r I n f o r m a t i o n A d d re ss
The aumra borealis disi ia>
that was visible throuKhout most
of the northwest last Friday and
Saturday was visible here Satin -1
day eveninR.but not in the splen-
jilor seen from many other |H»int.s. \
\ leet vour friends at —
THE IDLE HOUR
B IL L IA R D S & P O J L
C'onfectioncry. (agars, Tobacco
Walker Basin Garage
Bill
Downing’s
Cafe
at
Bend
The place where
you II always find
vour friends from
the interior
l.a
i ’ ine. I t Bock.
Crescent and Sil­
ver L a k e f ol k'
make Downing»
their headquarters
when in Bend.
«I
N iccly Furnished Rooms
in Connection
C e c il H o llin s h e a d , M a n a g e r
L a F in e , O r e g o n
Towini
T»« ifUI
Kaciiitim
BtvulquarU-rH < »r Umri.-U. Wc repair ail makes of ears
promptly .nui »¡fieu 11 • i y - \\<-!< fìnte «ntl radiator repair
im; l’iie mu t i-on*;iIei«* repair »Imp from Bend to
Silver Lu
Three -killt-il meehanie» always
«vaila!-: If you Juive trou*»le t»n tin* road
pilon i s at Fo ~’s Hardware Store.
U ' . * ’. . F o rd h am , President
Mi i l» lit t M o n d ay of t-*«-h mont h
1 \ PI .1 ( O M M E K C I A L C L U B
Al i l i -I A A v a . Pieaid ant
U
I Arnold, Sec re t a r y
• fmnrrrirtl 1 lui» H h II
LA PINE CONFECTIONERY
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Carter Itatirh, ti K White
O o n n t y L i n e R a n c h . M r * G e o . Slv
t'r itn soii d o v e r R a n c h . C. II. d o w
l**-er C r o s s i n g , S. H a rr y . l.a P l n e .
D o -D ro p -In , S t a n l e y J. P l e r c e
D r e a t n la n d R a n c h , J W A sh e.
F a i r Dulo S t o c k F a r m , Misi Nelli«-
W h ite , L a P i n e .
F«>re»t K ch o, M rs D. P a r k e r .
G r e e n w o o d R a n c h , E. N. Jone».
H a l f Mooti R a n c h . G. W . K a p e r .
H arrington. II. C . W alVcr
l l u s t l e i n o r e H o m e s t e a d , J. J. E n c .
I . a u r e l h u r s t . Mr». W . G F o r d barn
I.in g e r L o n g e r , Mrs. E. C Klsh.
\ m ti e S t a r . Mr». 8. M F i n d l e y .
l a in g P r a i r l e , F o r e s i S e r v i c e , Remi
M e a d o w R r o o k . C. IJ. A l i e n , B e n d
| M o u n ta in V i e w R a n c h , Dr. G . II
R eynolds. C o rn in g, Cai
N o j o q e l R a n c h , Mrs C. E Str«-el.
f*ur Pine«. R l c b l e E s t a t e .
P h o e n l i R a n c h . Mr». C. E S t r e e t
Pine Rustie. Juioc» M iiten b erge r
P l e a s a n t V l e w R a n c h . J. J Fin-
Sei do ni III R a n c h . Itay U o v i * , Fini-
line, A l b e r t a . C a n a d a
S e v e n ■ H R a n c h . W m . Il H o llln
heail, L a l ’ lne.
a nd so ft Drinks
n
\N \LKf.U H.VSIN 1.1 \ 1 STO C K ASS*N
A l f « l f u l l o m o s t e a t l . I.. L. O rr.
Illuck P i n e R a n c h , Mrs. C. E. W l* e
llu r t R a n c h . H e n r y K o v e l , O a k lu iu l.
C u l lf o r ti i a
La Pine Commercial Club
L a Pine, Oregon
FR A T E RN BITES
Mr- ' - fin»t »ntl th in ! ThunMl.tvti
T h e f o l l o wi n g list g i v e s th e nani*-
Hint o w n e r s o f th e v a r l o u * ranch*-
I mid f H i ins in ( h e v i c i n i t y o f L a P i n e
CENTS
FOSS’S HARDWARE
W. M. Smith, assistant surer-; C O M M I ' . I ^ ( IH IU M O I L A F I N E
Si rviri * ni ( ntnrniiiri iitl C l u b Hull
| intendent of public instruction J
| accompanied by J. Alton Thomp­
!> i i i f S. ryu * Announced in
son. county superintendent wo re
New« ( 'oluin m .
in i.a I’ ine Tuesday checkinR uin
the equipment o f the local s c h o o l C M H O I.I' c m it< J! O F I.A I I N l
I. ni i i l in 1 irsi Vili) it tun
as reRards standardization. Mr.
I ui- ul S c t v lr e * Announced in
Smith found thinRs very satis-j
\> » » Column«.
i factory and as a result the Baj
F
a
th
e
r
H
arrington in C h a r g e .
Bine liiRh School is now aStand-
ard High School, it’s graduates)
lieitiK qualified to enter Univer­ IM IM iOVI l> O L D E R OI R E D M E N
W il ka Ttitie No IM>
sities and Colleges without fur­
C . <• llollinsht-od, Bachem.
ther examination. Mr. Smith
H u rry I. S l v C . of H.
was very well pleased with the j
\V . t . IliiUin-ihrud, Proph et
equipment in use. and comment- j
M n I - c v r r v TiH'sdnv night
ed especially ui>on the furniture 1
and fixtures which were es-i
DI ' . I t i E n i P t X '. V H U N T A S
necialy desiRned and made local­
A iiiv Cn va n au g h . Prophète*»
ly. at the order of the school
I rance ■ ( hiey, P o ca ho n tas
hoard.
I.-lin I! Arnold, K . O F R.
It \\< It l U l t H T t *l<\
55
ONLY
At the home o f (J. H. Darning !
I h '- i Thursday eveninR the teac’
ers o f the primary ar d int* r *
Idiate rooms. Miss llunnell ••
Mrs. White, accompanied i»v E
K. W hite an«l W. E. I * Rue v »r«*
Ruests at a farew tl! 'qn-.er.iL •
in honor o f Miss llu tr« ’!' v he
¡left for her home at Bend !; «
1 h riday.
IK
I
Special, Regular high grade
medium weight brooms, for
household use, a well made
durable broom, worth much
more than th : price we ask,
your choice while they last,
Dr. John Besson was in tow n
fn>m BrinRle Falls Tuesday. Mr
Besson and children are t*» Ro t * *
Portland soon and arrange to
shin their household gisxis t«
Bend where the Doctor has cn-
, RaRi-d in practice w ith Dr.Woer-
ner.
I
1 \ P I N E R U E E t ’L H l
¡th. und conducted under thè
• » of t lu* Im provud O rd e r
f Red M« n of La P i n e .
Rifle r.'.ngi* nu Ra i l wa v n g h t -o f -w a v .
AND
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VAN At <*11. PR s R I t TOR
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Nxiit Fountain in Connection
. m en
g r a d i ; c a n d il s
— I
A N IR R IG A T E D F A R M
Y°.V
c:ui get an irrigated farm in the Walker
Ma>in for ?('»0 dollars an acre.
The Irrigation
roptirc 2 5 r t o f y o u r a crea g e read y
Company will ptr,
for th' pi« fr of t harge. You can get terms of
{ 1.'* an acre down and balance in 2 0 years. There
is a v mill close by from which lumber can be
obtaine*: at reasonable prices. This is an excellent
dairy eoimtrv :.ml there is always a ready market
for dain products. W ater costs yon fifty cents jkt
a< re per yt. r. IM« ptv of fuel, and gtH>d well water
c|<> e t«> tie- inf - •(•. Of tht‘ ten thousand acres in
the tract h w in h water is now available, there
an bit -ixtien hitndrt'd acres left to sell. Just
ft.*, torfx :e te traits.
Tin re are also a few
GOOD 160 - ACRE HOMESTEADS
\\r III \ Yot g.i h«*m<-
«it- r your dav » work
who«» hoi!»«* do you go
into.
Your nwn. or a landlords.
Did you over figur«* out
hoar many hou»«-» rould
have Im n built with th*
rvut money yott’ v* *|»-nt.
f ’om» to I .a Pin«- and put
that niotwv into a hora*
of vour own.
I - ill h vi-l. i »ork
o
g'M«l well w ater, lots of trrea
1 f« r fu. I uni f i ' i i » T h I ir i K-i t ion C o m p o n V apr«-«-» to furnish
*h«-h-i'
■ !- >t a v e rv rrasonahl* rat* whrn
« at»r f >r irrt«
t he M'11 Irr otit * - !(■ t--
Puni, providing th* hom*»t*»«l i* tn b -
iltnrv to tin- rr
. -i
I b* Wai ki r Basin I t r a l t v C o in jxiai-
! " i.u « ithori/i'd to niak* thi* offer
t i v . l v t h«‘ oíd V h
r | h e ho|M* - * -
furlk/r if% format urn q.fdrcjj
WALKER BASIN REALTY CO.
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