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About Central Point American. (Central Point, Or.) 1925-1927 | View This Issue
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CENTRAL POINT AMERICAN
railroad, about | and knocked o wheel off.
| Joe Harrell, formerly of M edfcri,
1 hsa leased the huge Lithia Spring*
Marshfield— “ Coos Bay Times’’ Garays at Ashland and lias sub-let
issues 76-Pfl*e paper, largest issue
tcto-p of Uuk-second floor to th«
ever published in Southern Oregon, Ashland branch of the Armstrong
and covefjng the whole southwest Motor tte-^peny o f whic?hi Hr. Ikil- j
part o f state.
son is in charge. This garage is one
Delake— an 80-roonv-hotel will be o f the largest on the pacific coast
and besides the big storage accom- .
built here far the season o f 1926.
odntions is equipped -with * machine i
Salem-- Withdrawal o f Canadian ing.
Salem— Oregon produced 14,000 shop, wash rack with both hot and j
ftockholders leaves now $648,000
See Helens— Contrast ia. let for pound* ot mint during 192$. worth cold water at ali times, steam heat j
linen mill free .tip-, m<u)ulacture fine first unit o f $1,500,000'papoe mill. $14 60 a pound.
which keeps cars from,, freezing in
Contracts already let for $500,000
cold weather, a greasing and oining |
Portland 1925 tourist traffic was
stand which, h*s a drain pipe carry- |
Portland— Pioneer Silk- Company- worth o f machinery,
35.32 per cant over 1924, say travel
ing the o!d oil from the crank case 1
r.lmoat rutkdy to np« 9 ,its new factory;
Pendleton— C o u n t y
to a huge tank on the outside from j
roads with one.mgri. craoe that • riv
Ashland— New Oregon State Nor which it is.-again piped-, inside to a
places ten men and ten teams.
Roseburg — Federal timber
mal will open in May, in $175,000 furnace for fuel, a lades’ rest-room..
1000 acres sold, for $40,280.
and a >q*p’s rest room. It is a spac
Portland manufactured product« 4pi|t4Na
ious two-story building, both floors J
i gain 47.04 and number of employes
Bay shipped 14,000 being entered direct o ff the street I
i gain 38.28 per cent from 1921 to 000 Tillamook
foot o f lumber during 1925.
without any elevator assistance.
1923. Producta in 1923 were worth
During 1925 a* total of 71.338,420 1
$154,414,799, and factory wages
Eugene— Labor organizations will
begin work on $45,000 labor temple. feet o f timber, valued at $254,395.
C entral Point
30 was cut in the Crater National j
Portland— Fifty deepwater steesn-
Balter City— Lumber shipments f orest, an increase o f 30,725,6901
I er lines regularly ply out o f Port- from hero,are about 3600'. acres a feu* over 1924.
vear, worth 58,826,0$0 ;and lumber I Among the m *iy qjher New
A L L K IN D S
LaGraiidw— N c w Mount Emily payrolls are about $1,785,000 yearw. j Year’s Eve fectjyirieit. was the Elks’
cabaret, the New Year’s Eve Ball at
’ Timber Company sawmill running,
OF PATENT MEDICINES
Vale— Malhour County shipped
.Albany— Contract*, let for cold $ 30,000 worth o f turkeys for thehol- the Oriental Gardens, the -Hotel Med
ford dinner dance, the Lithia Hotel
packing 11,500 h*rr<4» o f ' berries Idays.
and dance at Ashland and the
1( Idaho Marble Company shipped Eagle Point Masquerae, all beingatt-
— Prie«» Right—
Oregon., Cjty— Paper mills |>ay $30,000 «ortir of turkeys fo r , the ended by immense crowds. At the
SULPHUR — LAND PLASTER — SULPHATE
Christmas bonuses of two day’* holidays.
¡Hotel Medford, promptly at mid
Vou C a n B u y C h c a p e r in C e n t r a l
OF AMMONIA — SUPER PHOSPHATE
wages to hji employes.
night, the drummer gave twelve re
Idaho Morble Company will work sounding c raphe*- on the crash
(Mixed Fertilizers for All Special Crops)
Co-operative black marble dop-.eits near Joseph,
Portland -P acific
cymbal and the lights were flashed
MIL-KMAKE — ECONOMY EGG MASH — HOGEATS
Wool Grower* closing pool o f 600,. Wallowa County.
(AH Pure— No Fillers Used— Best for Less)
o ff and. on followed by the shouts
i 000 sheet for 1926.
continue nf the crowd.
PEERLESS— That exceptitmal baby chick Math—
Fred W. fljeen and B. F. Shores
buying Klamath County pine lands.
P A X SO N DRUG CO:
or 7 . «opt|H
Baby chick Scratch— Purest for less— Every feed
oud.oòo feet o f lumber i J 5
Springfield*—T h r e e
important patrick Service Station on North
for the Poultryman.
wood manufacturing industries will Riverside, the consideration, being
Bond— Local men establish toy enlarge thpir plants this winter.
$ 20 , 000 .
(W e do Grinding, Steam Rolling, Cleaning)
factory to use waste products from |
Thq local L 0 . O. F: held a well
Mountain States Power Company,
US ABOUT YOUR FEEDING PROBLEMS:
attended social dance on Wednesday
operating extensively through Will
Eugene passea ordinance. tixiqg amette Valley and Southwestern pf last week.and on Friday held a
peddler’s Mcenses at $400 •» year.
Oregon, will spend over $560,000
with a banquet at seven o’clock fol
Klamath River Boom Company for adding to its present facilities in lowed by a programme and dance.
ihas 1 , 000 , 000.000 feet o f timber to light and powo* fit-big.
Splendid music was furnished. Fri
move by wntor.
Pendleton, —The 29th annua) Ore- day night by Heine’s Orchestra.
Walker’s New Year’s Eve dance
Company will build $ 150 , 00 $ ware g o n Wool Grower’s convention
in the Medford guilding was att
house npd $50,000 substation this meets here. January 8 .
¡FOR PROM PT T E A M
ended by one o f the largest crowds
Eugene— Bible University-will be ever attending a dance in Medford..
. W O RK AND W O OD
Eugene— Crystal Ice & Storage grown in Douglas County, in 1926.
It was a huge success in every way.
Company will build $20,000 ware
The feature o f the. evening was a
We Are Manufacturers of
. AT REASONABLE PRICES
mint will be grown in Douglas Coun demonstration o f the Charleston by
Eugene— Great celebration plan ty, in 1926.
Sailor Allen which was greatly en
DOORS, SCREENS, W IN D O W S AND SASH,
(A ir Work Guaranteed)
ned for opening of Eugwne-Klam-
W IN D O W AND DOOR FRAMES, MOULD
More than $1,000,000 will be
The big musical, treat o f the year
INGS, CABINETS OF ALL KINDS
orner Pine and Third Street
for the entire Rogue River Valley
Raker City, during 1926.
will, burSouaa's Band at the Medford
P h en e 481
C ITY CLEAN ING AN D
Our Constant -Urn is to Keep Our (fpality and Prices
Portland Electric Power Company, Armory January 20th.
Absolutely Right. Do Not Order From Out-of-Town
Concerns Before Letting Us Figure on Your BtIL
Ray Hollopeter has the honor of
operating 9 hydroelectric and steam
generating plants, 32 local street car securing the first building permit
lines in- Portland, and 5 internrban for 1926, the same being for a res
railways, adopts budget for
1926 idence. on West Second Street at a
umounting to $3,200,000 for im cost o f $2200.
WE ARE NOT.SATISFIED .
A MODERN MILL
provements, betterments and exten
Fred W. EdaaU of Ashland has re
sions. Of this amount, $2,400,000 ceived his appointment from Wash
UNLESS YOU A RE "
will be assigned to construction and ington, D. C. as postmaster at Pine-
improvements in transmission and hurst.
■ M W ^ W .W .V A W .’ V .W W ,
distribution systems o f light and
i The United. Artisans gave a very
power department, and balance will Successful Masquerade and Hard
Phop* 474 624 N. Riverside Ave
be spent for needed capital require Times Ball in the KnighU o f Py
your shoes to me for prompt and serviceable
All Kinds o f Repairing
On Highway— Medford, Oregon
ments in street railway and inter-
thias Hall New Year’s nights
Promptly and Neatly
The police headquarter’s has been
With Best Quality Material*
moved into the old Jacksonville de
way — cash must accompany order
We have just added n new line
Men’s half-soles .........
$1.50 Heels, extra .
the city secured when it purchased
¡of jewelry. N*u our window dig-
By Bliss Heine -
Indies’ half-r.'l >s............... $1.00 Heels’ extra
Men’s Panco boles .
$1.25 Boys’, $1.00; Ladies’ ......... 75c
According to the reoords, the reo-
ord-hreaktng sum of $5,000,000 was
FOR SALE O » TRADE
received for fruit, lumber, and othVr
products shipped from the Rogue
120 acres in Malheur county. Ore., |
River Valley to outside points dur 60 acres in cultivation, small house
( A g l pus u Drug Score)
■ A W V .A A W .V .W M V .'/A W Y , ’ .W .\ Y W A W I V A
ing 1925 and the outlook for 1926 and stable, all fenced, good spring
gives prospects as better.
water, 6 miles front town. No in- j
The estimated amount of $1,225, cumberances.. Will trade for small
000 was spent in new buildings in tract near Central Point. Inquire
FORD AN D 490 C H E V
Ioidies’ and Children's
Medford during 1925 which put up; at American office.
Marcelling one hundred sixty five - new resid
R O LE T PRICES—
ences and thirty-eight-new btismea»
GLADYS M. FIFER
125 v i 6th, just o ff Centre)
and Dressmaking at
blocka. This is an increase of over
THE CHOICE OF THE LAND— ALWAYS FRESH AND TENDER
reasonable, prices, by Mrs. Arlie
»700.000 over the 1924 figure.
A. C. Burgess, a former welt Thompson.
teUush Ford or Chevrolet $2 OO
F. F. BURK FOR AUTO TOPS known Medford resident, has re
Overhaul rear end Ford or
Opposite S. P. Depot
MAKING AND PLAIN
MEDl-ORD TENT AND AWNINC turned to Medford and. has pur
Overhaul Ford Motor and
chased the McDonald Grocery on
SEWING OF ALL KINDS
Medford, O n «
Phone 145-J West Main Strecr which was former-
Overhaul Chevrolet Motor »15 00
By Mrs. Sarah C. Collier and Mrs.
$8.15 and $3.25
ly the JoaesOaeh Grocery. M*. Bar-
E. 1« Blackford.
JV elves Ground
PERL FU N E R A L HOME i p * was actively eng tged in bus- Central Point
Cer. 1st and Maple i
ines« here about ten year* ago and
older, with Mrs.
(Auto Parts Extra)
Cornwr Sixth and Oakdale
j j, well known throughout the Rogue
Mapleton -< rown Lumber Com
HE VIE W -
many's new togging railroad to Siu-
I slaw Kiver is opened.
The' H ill Year upon» with the.J
htightwst prospects, t » r agricultural | Med ford— Rogue
<ni industrial agMvity and prosper raiaed $7,000,00*' worth of produce
itv tnat our r o)lon has witnessed in in 1925, » 3 , 000,000 going t* wage
luiny yeaj*.. ft should be the ende earners.
Ivor tff' very citizen to help main-
Salet)— George-Wdi w bulld$10d,
am this sound condition.
000 * v
office >nd studio build
Complys with both State ancl
Strength is Otir «Middle Nam e
Central Point State Bank
! E. W.. C L A R K
TROWBRIDGE CABINET WORKS
. M. Jones, Prop.
Sweet, Tasty Meats
G AR AG E
C. T. GENZEL
(The Man Who Knows)
ACETYLENE WELDING AND
Central Point Lodgo No. 183,
i. a o. f .
lotst Thursday afternoon eighty
Jewelers and ; raHons o f moonahtri* wna destroyed Meets every Monday evening .at 7:30
o ’clock. Visiting brehtren welcome.
| at the city dump in the presence or
WM. MUSTY. N. G.
“ THE TREASURE HOUSE”
county, state, and federal officials.
J. E. VINCENT. Rec Secy.
(!a>ng Famous for Diamonds)
I Th* liquor was seized during the
Central Paint Lodge No. 135,
Us* Our E a s y
Payment Plan. summer and fall months.
.. , ,
A. F 8t A. M
Confidential Credit System
Saturday morning the streets were I Regular Meeting NirhLs— Thursdays
REDDY & CO.
I coated with a thin layer o f ice which j o n , ’ r before the Full Moon o f Each
A. ADAMS, W. M.
Main at Central
Telephone 81 made walking *and driving difficult ^ OB**1-
J S#V*r* ‘ «“ » Skidd*“ 1 *»*• ‘ h*
! TV- F ^ 2 f o K ) Church
“ Quality and Service”— Our Motto»
Central Point Meat Market
L D. L E W IS , Prop.