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CENTRAL POINT AMERICAN________________________ THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 1926
Miss Gladys Bond. The afternoon
CLUB NEW S
.gricultural developments that re
passed quickly with conversation,
flect great credit on
Everyone who is j intevested in and games. Light refreshments were
Again, in its columns have appeared
! Boys’ and Girls’ Club work in Jack- served and all agreed that it was a
notes on fish and game and highways
son county is asked to meet with 1 pleasant change to meet for purely
o f southern Oregon and northern
County Club Leaders’ association social reasons instead o f the usual
Portland. Or.—Federal Judge Wol-
California. On occasion it has
$600 000.000 is Involved
The date Executive board business.
thought it fit to deal with most verton uphold the validity of the next week in Ashland.
On Friday afternoon o f this week
state’s gasoline tax for auto users j will be either Thursday or Friday,
Agreements Now Up to
picture o f a pet skunk named Violet, when he dlamiascd the suit of the but as yet is not definitely decided. Mrs. C. E. Bolds and Mrs. Kindle
owned in Koseburg where broccoli Portland-Seattle Auto Freight Co. and Letters will be Seni giving more def are acting as joint hostesses in a
is grown with great success. In a long list of other truck firms which inite information to some o f the P. T A. benefit party, and Mrs. Eva
had been brought against Secretary of members in each community as soon Smith is also entertaining at her
Wa.hlngton, D. C. — The war debt deed, almost anything serving to fo
i State Kozer, alleging that the 3 cent as details can be obtained. Anyone home on the west o f town.
agreements with Belgium, Rumania, cus attention on the field o f the
tax Is illegal and in violation of the who fails to get one o f thetie letters,
Latvia, Ksthonia and Czecho-Hlovakta, company’s operations is regarded as
Several other parties are being ar
federal «institution, since it apparent and is interested please call either
Involving approximately $600,000,000,
ly Interferes withjinterstate shipments Mrs. Warren Patterson or Mrs. A. T. ranged, which are scheduled to take
were approved by tbe house.
H. C. Seymour, State- place shortly.
In adopting resolutions to authorize has endeavored to point out the ad
In ttui suit, the truck operators ask leader of Boys’ and Giris’ Work, is
acceptance of terras recommended by
ed the (return of $6,000,000 which they expected to be present.
NOTICE TO P A R E N T S
the American debt commission, the served by Copco and being engaged
said hud been collected illegally
The first o f the series of Chain
house disposed of the last of the settle in some one of the varied industries
A class for beginners in the first
through, the gaa tax.
Parties for the benefit o f the P. T. grade will be started this year. The
ments negotiated during the summer.
A. funds was held last Friday after second term begins on Monday, Jan
As aent to the senate, all of the happily suited. This it has done by
when the state levied a gas tax, ap noon, January 15th, « t the home of uary 25. All children who will be
agreements provide for a funding of citing specific examples o f success
plying the proceeds to tbe construc Mrs. A. T. Lathrop. The following six years old on or before the fi f
tbe respective obligations over a 62- ful efforts, hoping that possibly it
teenth of February will be accepted
would point the way to individuals tion and repair of rural post highways, officers and chairmen df committees on Monday, January 25th.
were present: Mesdames C. E. Bolds,
Including the Italian debt, the Uni or organizations operating elsewhere
debtedness on such roads, then the Merle Kindle, Eva Smith, J. E.
ted States will receive approximately under less favorable conditions. In
Better repairing and recondition
state violated the federal laws which Weaver, H. P. Jewett, Warren Pat
$3,OOo,000,000 from the six war loans. this manner The Volt has co-oper
ing fpr less at the Independent Gar
prohibit the taking of tolls on such
terson, H. T. Pankey, Snyder and age.
Of the 19 war loans to foreign na
tions, settlements with Great Britain, partment o f the company, which was
Finland, Hungary, Lithuania, Poland established to do this work in a more
wuz recoverin slowly frum the shock
and Nicaragua have been ratified by scientific and thorough manner.
congress, while the action by the
Functioning through it News In an he thot by the last uv the week
house brings half a dozen more loans dustries Department, the California hed be able to help Jim put that
to the last step in their congressional Oregon Power company is constant Rally day acrost.
Well Mr. editor, while the Reds
ly engaged in assembling and analyz
Of the seven other loans, Austria ing exact data pertaining to the ter an Blues are a wallipun each other
has been granted a 20-year morator ritory it sefves. Also it collects data an ever bodys a havin agood time
lum, while France, Greece, Liberia and regarding conditions elsewhere in some feller is a gettin in a good
Jugoslavia have yet to agree finally the United States— if the facts have punch fer Central Point ever day
on their respective settlements. The consequential bearing on the region ur to with a good boost in the Mail
present Russian government has re in which wc are primarily concerned. Tribune; Im a goin to hunt that fel
pudiated an American loan of $192,000,- Its aim is to be as intimately ac ler up an take my hat o ff to him,
000, and Armenia, with an obligation quainted as possible with aii sections I like any body that looks like me:
B. A. BOOSTER.
of $12,000,000 has (♦cased to exist as in its operating field, to be able to
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an Independent nation.
speak authoritatively and with cer
Dr. W. C. Schaefer, Dentist, Ex
tainty as to their advantages and
J A N U A R Y V O L T B O O ST S
disadvantages, considered from the traction Specialist. Local and Gas
“ MIDLAND EM PIRE"
standpoint o f industrial development. anaesthesia. Phone 1117. 426 Med
ford Bldg, Medford, Ore.
What is being done by the Cali Very complete surveys, made with
fornia Oregon Power company to at
H. A X L E Y . M. D.
tract new settlers and industries to the company is directly concerned,
Physician and Surgeon, 4th floor,
$ 1 . » 5 and $2.25
this territory is explained at some have been compiled, and these the Medford Bldg., Medford, Oregon.
$3 .00 to $ 3 .5 0 B L A N K E T S R E D U C E D T O
Irngth hy this month’s issue of The
Volt which is now in its sixth year those seeking knowledge o f this reg
$4.00 B L A N K E T S A T
Central Point L o d ge No. 193,
and has hcetf aptly dubbed “ Amer ion with a view of establishing busi
I. O. O. F.
ica's most diminutive regular month ness enterprises or industrial plants
MEN’S F L A N N E L SHIRTS A T
$1.50, worth $2.00
Meets every Monday evening at 7 :30
ly publication.’’ In this import work somewhere in the territory.
o ’clock. Visiting
which is continually carried on by
SEE O U R R E D U C E D P R I C E S ON C O A T S , S O X A N D UNDER-
WM. MUSTY, N. G.
the Copco concern two particular Department has been carried for
C O M E IN A N D G E T O UR PR IC ES.
agencies stand out as accomplishing
the greatest number of direct re
Central Point L o d g e No. 135,
suits. These arc the New Industries individuals not of the Copco organiz
A. F. A A. M.
ation, and associations o f individuals,
Department Bnd The Volt.
Regular Meeting Nights— Thursdays
In connection with these two out such as chambers of commerce and on or before the Full Moon of Each
M. A. ADAMS, W. M.
standing activities o f the Copco or- commercial clubs, also are vitally in Month.
L. HATFIELD, Secy.
gunizntion, the following information terested, and therefore it is a logi
The Federated ( U n i o n ) Church
will be o f interest to those most con cal move for this department to
cerned with the growth and devel
such forces located within the ter
opment o f Southern Oregon.
The Volt represents a sustained ritory. This policy is being followed,
effort on the part o f the California and plans now under consideration
Oregon Power company to dissemin hold excellent prospects for a most
ate information. Rehind its publica effective co-operative regional effort
tion are the following outstanding along these lines.
facts explanatory o f its reason for
ures of the January Volt is a splen
The modern public utility manu did double page relief map o f the
facturing and selling hydro-electric Pacific Seaboard. This map features
ity is interested —in common with as its center attraction the Southern
all other business enterprises— in the Oregon and Northern California ter
development o f its business. A util ritory which is aptly named the
ity o f this kind functions as a man "Midland Empire” and shows its true
ufacturer, wholesaler and retailer. relation to the rest o f the Pacific
Unlike moat other business enter- coast. This is the first time such
"ei.es, however, it is limited, in the a map has been available for gen
outlet for its product— limited to the eral distribtuion and it is predicted
square miles o f territory immediate that there will be a big demand for
ly adjacent to itc transmission and extra copies o f the January Volt on
Thus this account.
TAX LAW UPHELD
WAR DEBT PACTS
Price in all W ool Blankets
worth 16.00 and 18.00 now
at 14.00 14.50
B. P. Thiess & Co.
Subscribe for the
growth in the business o f a company
o f this kind depends upon the pop
ulation growth, industrial activities
and prosperity in the area where it
distributes electric current.
Two main problems are involved
in the sales efforts o f this company.
First: to persuade the individual,
corporation or other organisation o f
operators already located in the lim
ited area o f Copco service to use
electricity to a maximum economic
degree. Secondly: to interest per
sons elsewhere, who, if aware o f the
advantages to be gained by locating
their homes or enterprises in this
region, would do so— and thus be
come potential users o f hydroelectric
The first o f these functions Is per
formed hy the company's Commer-
rial Department; the second, by its
New Industries IVpartment. The
Volt aims to supplement these tw,
departments to aid them in the at
tainment o f the ends in view by dis
seminating information relative to
the field o f Copco operations. While
some o f the facts it seta forth hear
directly on the use and development
o f hydroelectricity, others are only
remotely, if at all, connected with
the business o f the company.
Sometimes this publication is given
over to descriptions o f industrial and
Central Point American
Editor, Central point American:
Dear Mr. Editor:
Sa, it certainly is too bad haint
it? I guess that old man Pep will
crawl o ff an die now since there’s
no more "Reds’* in town!
Yea. the Reds are all “ Blue" now!
I hearn a feller say it sure wuz
a terahle trrmmin the Reds got last
Sunday, he sed it wuz plum pitiful
to see a good crowd git seek a
But Mr. editor ya got to hand it
to Jim Krrnutt; he cum up thnr hig
as life an twist as nateral an sez
■■es he “ Next Sunday will be Rally
day for the Reds!"
Sa what makes Mr. Isaacson look
so kinda peekid?
Do you supose
Mr. editor he's realy wurried ’bout
Jims bluff? Well sir I hearn a fel
ler that «u s rite hy me Sunday
mornin, he sei set he Wow, Jims all
het up haint he; whut do ya know
bout that? Rally day; O Min!
I see tiuy Tex ’tother day an he
had changed sox yea. ya know Guy
m u weann red sox around fer a
week er two, hes got a kinda powder
mongrel color on now!
lie told me Monday he wut a
feelin kinda puny!
A feller told me thet Mr. Glenson * 1
it gives the
in which you are
2 .00 the