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About Central Point American. (Central Point, Or.) 1925-1927 | View This Issue
THURSDAY, JANUARY 2 L 1 9 M
CENTRAL POINT AMERICAN
.uicttue of a complaint brought by en railroad from Horton sawmill D EPEND ABLE L U B R IC A N T FOR
the Walla Walla cutnty farm bureau, over summit o f Coast Range, already
A N Y C L IM A T E FOUND
supported by a number of other organ
When it comes to jobs where abso
Oregon built eight miles state
B r i e f Rename of H a p p e n g i m of the
Letters were sent to the United pavement, 230 miles rock surfacing, lute dependency must be placed in
Collected for Our
States army aircraft chief In Washing j j00 miles standard i*>ad grading, and quirment, Fennzoil is chosen as the
ton. D. C.. by George E. Love, leglsla- ! ;0 ;mportant
bridges during 1926 lubricant fo r motors because exper-
ence has proved that Pennzoil can
tlve committeeman of the American
aying *10,600 000 fo r buHding
Salem teachers have protested coa|t hiahway, either at Midway ot ' Legion and chairman of the state aero
rairtenance, and interest and matu e depended upon as a safe lubricant
against the proposal to open the school | N<)W Grand Ronde
in any climate, according to Beebe
nautical committee, regarding pro rities o f bonds.
buildings to dances by a vote of 37
4 Kindle o f Central Point, repre
The Coos County Association of Law posals for suitable landing fields in
Enforcement which met at Coquille Oregon. As soon as a reply to these 300 baby trout in state streams dur sentatives o f Pennzoil fo r Southern
Approximately 30,000.000 feet of pine re-elected Sam Malehorn. deputy letters bas been received Mr Love will
'regon and the extreme northern
timber In Klamath county will be sold sheriff, president of the organization communicate with all posts of the
o f California.
Clackamas County laid 30 miles
by the state land board at an auction The body Is composed of Justices ol | *u t ®- «»kin g for the appointment of
For this reason, the Stirling Ex-
hard-surface highway during
to be held In Salem. January 30.
íedition, which left San Francisco
the peace, constables, police end mem alrcraft commit .ees to locate fields for
commercial and emergency landing
Taxes of alt kinds collected In Baker bers of several fire departments
Salem— Building operalions here November 21, 1925, to explore the
county In 1920 will total 1748.245.02,
Authorization of an exhaustive sur
for 1925 reached $1,784,635, a new wilds o f Dutch New Guinea carried
n the hold o f Us ship two drums o f
an Increase of 359.051.13 over last year, vey of all coast streams of Oregon not
For flax measuring 36 Inches and high mark.
when the amount was 1889,193.89.
now open for commercial fishing with over for processing at the state flax
Union Smelter Co. o f Denver plaqp Pennzoil, the lubricant to be used
It has been found that the Stayton a view to determine those suitable for plant operated in connection with 160-ton smelter in Baker County. in motors o f an airplane especially
city water Is unfit for drinking, fol silverside salmon egg taking stations the Oregon penitentiapy, the growers
Linnton— West Oregon Lumber .'onstructed fo r the explorers.
The expedition js unique in that
lowing analysis at Oregon Agricultural was made at the monthly meeting in will receive $40 a ton this year, ac mill, employing fifty men, y ill in
for the first time explorers
college and the state bureau of health. Portland of the state fish commission cording to announcement made at the crease to two hundred fifty.
Judge McCamant of Portland will be executive department in Salem
Lum brought into use the airplane. The
Besides paying' out $1508.37 during
flax measuring from 30 to 36 inches
ber Co. makes new wage scale, with expedition, headed by Matthew W.
the year In charitable work, the Al- asked to reply in person to the charges
the growers will receive $38 a ton.
Stiiiing o f Berkeley, California, and
forty cents an hour minimum.
bany Klwanls club has donated 3400
from 27 to 30 Inches. $33 per Ion. from
Astoria— Sanborn-Cutting C o m sponsored by the Smithsonian Insti
to Albany college as a student loan made against him before the senate
Judiciary committee. The committee 24 to 27 inches $28 per ton. and under pany canned 40,000 cases products tute, is going in search o f the Tapiro
will await his arrival before again con 24 inches $22 per ton
race o f Pigmies reported to live in
Portland ranked third among the
sidering his nomination by President flux the state will pay to the growers
T h e Dalles-California highway, the jungles o f Dutch New Guinea.
leading cities of the United States In Coolldge to be federal Judge of the $20 per ton
Previous explorers having seen the
from the Columbia to Klamath Falls,
point of gain In building activity dur circuit court of sppuala fur the ninth
Pensions have been granted to the will be completed during 1926.
race o f Pigmies, but were unable to
Ing the year just closed compared with circuit.
Portland— Portland Electric power locate them because o f the dense
the year 1924.
The public service ccmmission has Smith, Portland. $15 a month; Fred
Co. and Northwestern Electric Co. tropical jungles and the difficulties
8mallpox prevails at present In al ; ordered an investigation of livestock W Munthe, Portland; $12; Thomas J.
buy Stone A Webster holdings in encountered.
most every part of Oregon, according rates, charges and regulations in the Hudson, Portland. $12; Etta Bloom.
Arriving at New Guinea, the ex
Vancouver, Ranier, Kalama, and
to a weekly health report Issued by Dr state. The Investigation is necessary, Portland. $20; lOilliam W. Hard r,
plorers will establish a base on the
Frederick D. Strieker, secretary of the It was said, because of an order issued Portland. $12; Valpur Baron, Port
const and fly over the island until
state board of health.
recently by the Interstate commerce land. $20; Carl H Luhmann, Port also buy Puget Sound Light & Power
they obtain their bearings. A large
Co. service, in Tualatin Valley.
8ix persona gave skin at Marshfield c°mmisslon affecting interstate rates land. $12; John E Johnson. Portland.
lake is reported in the center o f the
$24; Fannie L>-ttenmaier. Oregon City,
to save the life of Dennis Cuntff of on **ve,*ock-
Island, and they hope to land on
Gold Beach, an aged pioneer of that
The state supreme court has set $20; Joel C Booth, Lebanon, $18;
years. Telephone service fo r all this lake and make
city, who. In December was burned as January 23 as the date for hearing
from this point. By use o f the air
he sat by his fireplace.
j the appeal case of Barrett Brothers Charles Spinner, Columbia City. $50;
Pcean shipmets from Columbia plane, the party will avoid the nec
George E Rolfe Rrownsville. $24.
Through the work of local American who
obtained an injunction
River increased 981 per cent in 25 essity o f penetrating dense tropical
The Oregon state tax commission
Legion post, Klamath Falls has re in ,he L,nn roun,lr courts restraining
jungles which foiled the efforts o f
celved a pulmotor which will be kept I
Union Bridge company from com has filed original mandamus proceed
Timber C o. previous explorers.
at the fire station and used In all cm
The airplane used by the explorers
bridge spanning the Willamette river compel Harley J. Slusher. sheriff of will build railroad to Siuslaw timber
ergency drowning cases.
was specially constructed and as a
Clatsop county, to serve delinquent holdings.
Harwood Hall, for the last ten years
Salem— Permits asked for $485, test flown from Chicago to San Fran
Loss from sheep-killing dogs to warrants and collect state income
Pennzoil was selected be
superintendent of the government In
storage project on cisco.
taxes aggregating $2000 from the As
dian irhool at Chemawa. has sent his sheep owners in Linn county during
Five-Mile. Mill Creek and Dog River, cause o f its reputation for safe and
resignation to Washington and will re 1925 was $3105.61, claimants of dam
sustained lubrication as reliability o f
Union Fishermen's Co-Operative Pack and Mount Hood Flat.
tire from the Inetftutlon.
• ages alleged. Because dog licenses
Crater Iu»ke National Forest cut performance is the first essential in
did not total this amount, the county
B. J. Kelly, San Francisco business
for 1925 was 71,338,420 feet, almost dangerous flying oyer an unknown
court apportioned money to pay the suit was filed for the purpose of de
jungle, according to Stanley Hed-
man, was probably fatally injured
double the cut in 1924.
claims. The total amount taken in on
when hie automobile overturned on the
75,000,000 salmon were released herg, historian for the expedition.
dog licenses in 1925 was $1925.10 on
Members o f the expedition
Ashland-Klamath Falls highway, 18
rants Issued by the state tax commis in Oregon waters during 1925. The
miles from Klamath Falls.
sion and to protect the sheriff against salmon catch was estimated at $13, Matthew W. Stirling, scientist of
The following Oregon postmasters personal lli.hillty In connection with 000,000. The state has fifteen fish Berkeley. California, and Washing
Bend will become headquarters for
ton, C. C., and representative o f the
the state highway department for 11 have been recommended for appoint- the K l u n of property to satisfy the hatcheries.
counties In central and eastern Ore- m61,t by WUIU C Hawl*‘y' represents tsx cWbiit/tfl*.
Oregon forms have 10,000 radio Smithsonian Institute; Stanley Hed-
gon. The division office will be per tlve from the first district: C. W.
Halderman, Astoria; Harry E. Jones. OREGON W E E K LY IN D U S T R IA L
manently installed by February 1.
Woodburn— Sash and door fac Hoyte, New York City, chief pilot;
Jefferson; Wfilliain G. Smith, Mill
R E V IE W
A. E. Hamer, Colfax, Iowa, chief me
tory wil be built here.
The district meeting of the Wiliam
City; Reber O. Allen. Silverton; Mrs.
Portland— Northwestern Electric chanic; P. K. Peck, Elgin, Illinois,
ette Valley Typographical conference
Ollle Gijlespie, Willamlna; Lyman 11.
The balance existing between de
Co., Portland Gas & Coke Co., and photographer and second pilot.
was held In Eugene Sunday. Members
mand and supply o f labor reflects
Pacific Power & Light Co. plan $2,
of typographical unions from Astoria.
be observed during week o f January
Ellis Williams of Cottage Grove, who the general stability o f the country’s 000,000 office building.
Portland, Salem, Corvallis and Eugene
11 to 15. Delegates from
Portland Electric Power Co. will
by a deputy sheriff when he reslsled ! there is a man to take it, and where spend $3,270,000 in 1926 improve counties, cities and foreign countries
Apparently obsessed with the Idea
will attend this good roads conven
arrest on a charge of transporting there is a worker unemployed there ments.
that his wife was untrue to him, John
tion. to be held in Chicago, Four
liquor, began suit In circuit court at >» « place waiting fo r him, reports
Oregon farm and range yiq$d for
Bu'rhek. 46-y«arold foundrym»n. kill
Eugene against Sheriff Taylor, Mel- the United States Employment Ser-
1925 estimated at $160,682.00^23.
" T V "
ed her with a hatchet In a fit ol
vin Turnbull and T H Maxwell, dep vice.
000,000 above largest previiua^fjeld . . . . .
car <>a s o f road
Jealous rage following a quarrel at his |
Portland— H. O. Tenney perfects
uty sheriff, for $25,963.33 damages on
The 560 acres o f Oregon milk In bul d,n*f machinery valued at $2,-
home In Portland.
account of the Injury.
flax-pulling machine that may revol
1925 yielded an averagw of $¿6^ an 000,000, much o f it in actual opera-
One hundred and three mills, report
A million eastern brook tront eggs utionize harvesting fiber flax.
Ing to the West Coast Lumbermen's
Klamath County votes special $75,
replenish the game commission’s
Eugene- —City laid 198,348'
association for the week ending Jan
000 school bonds, by 5-to-l majority.
ynrds o f paving ir. 1925',
nary 9 manufactured *5.533,580 feet ol stork of these fish used for egg taking
Astoria— Port o f Astoria shipped
“ THE TREASURE HOUSE”
lumber; sold 93,970,793 feet, and ship purposes was received by the game 557.600 cnies o f sa'.mor. by water, $492,526.
commission from the northern part of
Rosehury— Building re
ped 80,873,291 feet.
<L"ng Famous for Diamonds)
Washington and sent to the Tutnalo during 1925.
passes $800.000 mal
Our E a s y
Mayor Baker. Chief of Police Jen hatchery.
The young fish will be
Confidential Credit System
Clackamas County haa#
kins and five city policemen of Port planted In East lake and Elk lake o f lumger during December, in three
seven new settlers withj
land were made defendants In a $40,
R E D D Y & CO.
in eastern Oregon, where egg-taking ships.
capital, within eighteen mbrAL
000 damage suit filed In circuit court
w P" ! ra',
stations for this species of fish are
Rosoburg— North I ’ mptpil!
by Lydia Bishop, who charged false now maintained.
Trust A Savings with Astoria Nation
completed, to forest road at
arrest and Imprisonment.
The Pacific Power & Light company al Bank gives more than $3,000,000
Raymond Miller, Dallas youth con
of Portland has purchased the W. C. deposits.
Eugene— Bank clearings
vlcted of manslaughter for having run
A storia- December lumber ship
Slvyer and Southern company electric
total $27.543,4 43, $560,000
down and killed J. C. Hayter with an
light and power interests In eastern
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automobile Docembcr 16. was sen
HillsBoro— Community i building
and central Oregon and western Idaho
Lane County has 1500 miles o f*
fenced to five years In the penitentiary
for $1,850,000. Three companies are operations fo r 1925 totaled more roads, more than 50 per cent be:r»g
and fined $100 by Judge W. M. Ram
included In the deal, the Deschutes than $300,000
gravel or better.
Hillsboro— Puget Sound Power t
Power company and the Enterprise
Eugene— City has built f i v e ,
A total of 21H . u II m of trails was; Electric company of Oregon, and the Light Company spent $30,000 ano
during 1925. and starte 1 th I
built In the Slual.xr national forest I Grangevtlle Elect rl< Light A Power telephone company $25,000, in plant
during the year 1925, according to a ¡company of Idaho
improvements during 1925.
report leeued et the office in Eugene
Eugene- Fire loss her«t during ; Wedder’ u rn - -Macleay
Th»* interstate commerce eommls-
of R. 8. Shelley, supervisor.
*16 216. or l«*s than one *h pa rarluad of fine myrtlewocd to
j "loo Upheld the differential in favor
total coat ot building the trails was
ve just nddec1 a new line
j of Portland on freight ret«*» applied to dellar per capita. Averajre fire loss 1
Astoria build n«r f or 1925 totaled
r7- See our window dis-
grain and grain products irons the 1 per capita fer the nation ;is about j
Two hundred rltlsens of Lincoln Columbia basin to the oceaa rort* of *5.00.
YatnhIU an.l Polk counties attended a I th, pacM,c northwest refusing to dls
Medford -$5,000,600 bus been re-
Salem— Crop o f i epperr-.int fr n.
booster meeting at Taft to urg. lmme , urb lha ruIln||H whu.h „
Ui(1 celved. f « >r local product! i shipped 50-acre tract m rar here
d.ate construction of a cutoff road -own In the Inland Empire Shippers' ¡ East this ; year.
from Otla to a point on the west side
T h , rtlllna „ th„
Junction City— Six miles o f wood- | National “ Goc d Roads Week” will j
(A t Paxson Drug Store)
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