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About Central Point American. (Central Point, Or.) 1925-1927 | View This Issue
An ultimatum to all pootronma In
Klamath Fall* conducting punch boards
and alot machines; to all gftmhling
dive*; to all bootlegging resort», and
to all disorderly house* to desist from
unlawful activities was delivered by E.
L. Elliott, district attorne).
As the first step in a program which
contemplates the ultimate purchase
by the city of Salem of the present
water system, the council appropriated
$3500 to cover the expense of an ap
praisal of the property of the Salem
Water, Light A Power company.
Senator Stanfield Invited Governor
Pierce to send a representative of Ore
gon to Washington, D. C., where
Joint hearing before the senate and
house public lands committees will
be held Thursday to consider bills tc
confirm and quiet public land grant!
to the states.
Thomas K. Campbell, public serv
ice commissioner, has been notified of
his appointment to membership on
the committee on express and other
contract carriers and the special com
mittee on uniform regulatory laws In
the National Association of Hallway
and Utility commissioners.
T H U R SD A Y , FEB R U AR Y 11, 1926
CENTRAL POINT AM ERICAN
better known as shorty Saunders, his
father-in-law by marriage, and Fred
Knowlton at the Knowlton farm. The
shooting was the result of a drinking
party which developed into a fight, ac
cording to both oral and written state
ments made by Perry.
Closing ot the Rig and Little Nes-
tucca rivers and the Nestucca bay, all
in Tillamook county, were favored by
resolutions adopted at a meeting ot
the Yamhill County Sportsmen's asso
ciation at McMinnville. The sports,
men also went on record for the clos
ing of the 1926 season on all upland
birds In Yamhill county and approved
by resolution the action of the state
fish commission in closing for ten
years all trout rishtng In Haskins. [lak
er and Deer creeks in this county.
L. R. Brelthaupt, secretary of the
world supply and demand committee
of the coming eastern Oregon wheat
conference, and newly appointed spec
ialist In marketing and economics for
the Oregon Agricultural college exten
sion service, bas Just completed a
three weeks' study In Washington, D.
C., where he gathered marketing and
agricultural data to be used at the con
ference at Moro, February 12 to 14.
The Moro conference will include 16
counties of the state and is the first
of its kind In Oregon and perhaps in
the United States.
Corvallis was chosen as the 1927
meeting place of the Willamette val
ley district farm loan associations at
the conclusion of the convention at
Albany. E. T. Reed of Corvallis was
named president for the ensuing year
and M. G. Rumbaugh of Kenton coun O REG O N
ty was re-elected secretary.
W E E K L Y INDUSTRIAL
Hood River— Taft Transfer com-
near Chiloquin, and box mills will
| pany starts $10,000 concrete ware-
run three shifts.
Clatskanie tax levy for 1926 is
10.4 mills, 3.4 mills lower than in
about 4000 acres or about. 1200 car
Clatskanie— Allen A Henderson
Salem— Bell hop ranch o f 109
cannery will use 500 acres berries
this year, besides beeta and beans. acres sold, for $40,000.
Reedsport— Umpqua highway dis
Reedsport— Johnson sawmill inter
formed. Will complete Roose
ests buy 50,000,000 feet of Wade
velt highway from Coo* Bay to
timber near Gardiner.
Bend— Two brick store buildings
Oregon has 216 fox farms, with
costing $4,000 each, are to be built
$1,325,000 invested in stock and
farms. Five farms have each more
Oakridge— Oakridge hotel and o f than $50,000 invested.
fice building, recently burned, will
Astoria— Burke Packing company
wants to buy 1,000,000 pounds
Klamath Falls— First passenger strawberries for 1926.
train runs to Lake Odell on Natron
Astoria— Move under way to build
pulp and paper mill on Young's bay. I
Bend— Coal of usable quality I
found on Crooked river, near here. |
ments for 1925, total 40,934 tons, a
new record. ,
GENERAL TEAM W ORK AND
Pine and Third Street
SULPHUR — LAND PLASTER — SU L P H A T E
OF A M M O N IA — SUPER PH O SPH ATE
Oregon ranks next to California '
in Pacific states telephone increase I
Bend— Charles Brown of Idaho
buys Pothook ranch for $40,000, and
An unmistakable sign of progress will stock it with $100,000 worth of
in our country is the increasing vol fine sheep.
ume of winter building construction.
Glendale making extensive im
With the growth of industry its hous
ing must be taken care o f regard provements on streets, water and |
less o f the season.
Because the county must pay the
fine money from arrests made on state
highways by Its traffic department
Into the state treasury, in accordance
with the recently enacted law to that
effect, the Wasco county court decid
ed to economize and get along with
Oregon prune shipments for 1925
Tillamook— Rebuilt Coats Lumber
but one speed cop in the future.
totaled 14,929 tons.
company mill electrified, and will
The public service commission auth
Pine mill* o f Northwest in 1925, employ large force,
orized the Mount Hood Loop Railway broke all records for output and
company to reduce its rates on orude shipments. Cut was 1,865,046,303
Hood River— Work begins on May
011 hauled from Rood River to Park- feet, and shipments 1,713,282,108 nard & Child $100,000 fruit ware
dale from 21 cents to 14 cents per 100 feet.
pounds. The reduction. It was said,
Contracts for concreting Natron
will mean a saving of approximately Cut-off tunnels on Southern Pacific
$65 per lank to the state highway de line require 600 men.
Portland-6,500 telephones switch
J. A. Churchill, state superintend ed from manual to automatic system,
ent of public Instruction, has distribut in two minutes.
ed to the schools over the state the
Port o f Portland cleared 1422
mnnual to be used in the observance vessels during 1925. Fifty-three
of Arbor day this year. Schools in steamer lines ply from Portland.
counties west of the Cascade moun
Oregon produces more platinum
tains observe Arbor day on February than any other American state.
12 and counties east ot the Cascades
Gresham Berry Growers’ associa
on April 9.
tion sold $400,000 worth o f fruit in
Charles Hall, state senator for Coot 1925.
Deschutes county will vote in May |
and Curry counties, issued a state
ment in which he anounced that he on $200,000 road bonds.
Baker — New $17,000 Baptist
will not enter the republican primar
ies to seek the nomination for gover church dedicated.
nor. Inability to adjust his business
Albany— Heavy demand for good
affairs so that ho could devote his dairy stock to ship to Los Angeles. |
time to puhlto service is given by Mr.
Coquille— All private timber in I
Hall as his reason.
Coos county is to be cruished for
Oregon allotments for pending river $25,000.
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Bend— Lumber output here during I
Increased considerably over the figures
Included in the pending war depart 1925 was more than 1,000,000 feet
ment appropriation bill as a result of a day. Payroll in two big pine mills
President Coolldge's recent action ap is $4,500,000 a year.
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Woodbum— Woodbum Light A j
proving an addition of $10,000,000 to
the $40,000,000 river and harbor item Power company takes over 14 rural I
phone lines, and will furnish phone j
carried In the bill.
Improvements In several state game exchange, light.s and power.
I.innton— West Oregon Lumber I
«•nimlsslon fish hatcheries in the na
ture of concrete pond partitions, new company plant rebuilt and running, j
and larger facilities and stronger dams after $500,000 fire.
are now under way and wll be ready
Portland— 1925 paper shipments j
to hold more fish next summer, ac were 107,900 tons domestic, 6,845 |
cording to the January report of Mat ton* foreign.
Ryckman, superintendent of hatcher
Umatilla county crops for 1925, |
ies for the game commission.
were worth $12,765,000.
Steps for carrying the fight against
Astoria— Spring school registra
the Portland zoning ordinance to the
tion shows 2248 pupils. 164 more
United States supreme court were
than last fa ll
taken at Salem when Chief Justice
Pine Grove district near Hood
McBride of the Oregon supreme court
granted a writ of error to Ernest Kron River, will build $20,000 six-room
er and Prank Michaels in their suit school house.
against the city of Portland, permit
Grants Pasa—-Southwestern Ore- j
ting appeal to the higher tribunal.
gon Mining bureau negotiating for I
The loine county court will be asked 100-ton smelter.
to obtain additional right of way on
Salem— Contracts are being made j
the McKenzie highway from Spring for 1926 hops at from 18 to 21
field to Thurston, a distance of five cents.
miles, »o widen It from 40 feet to *6
Marshfield — Plastering contract
feet. Engineers from the state high for new Marshfield Hotel let for
way commission have been at work $35.000.
on the survey, which will eliminate
Pendleton— New Redondo Court
four sharp turns that now exist la the
are to cost $40.000.
Crater Lake park had 80.284
The committee recently appointed
guests during 1925.
by Oovernor Pierce under authority of
a.v act of the last legislature for t h e
purpose of studying the protlem of subscribed for linen plant.
forestry legation met in Salem Satur
Graata Pasa— California A Ore- i
day to organise. Members of the com gon railroad lowers lumber rates, to !
mlttee are G orge T Gerllnger. Kallas; save lumber shippers $12.000 a year I
George W. Peavy. Corvallis, ami C K
Columbia county spent $400,000
Spence, Portland, all members of the on roads during 1925.
state hoard of forestry.
Grants Paaa— Washington owners ,
The latest tragedy of the Rlue moun set out 280 acre* pears here.
tains has been cleared up by the coo
Portland— 100 barrels of balsam !
feaaton at Pendleton of Joe Perry a
shipped to New York for medicinal
halfhro. ) Indian of Cayuse. that hr
had shot and killed Orville Townsend.
K! i math
ON A C C O U N T O F SIC K N E S S, AM C O M P E L L E D T O M O V E TO D I F F E R E N T
C L I M A T E A N D W I L L O F F E R A T PU B L IC A U C T IO N T H E F O L L O W I N G
D E S C R IB E D P R O P E R T Y . 4 MILES N O R T H O F C E N T R A L POINT, O R E G O N A N D
»4 MILE W E S T O F A G A T E S C H O O L HOUSE . ON
L A R G E FL O CK O F C H IC K E N S
25 or 30 Butter Cu p'» Laying Hen»
12 Rhode l»lsnd Red* ,
F A R M IM P L E M E N T S
Plough and Spring Tooth
2 Set* Single H a r n e u and other thing»
to o numerou» to mention
FR E E LUN CH A T NOON
H O U S E H O L D G OODS
Rocker», 5 Dining Chair»
Oak Dining Table, 12 ft.
Heater and Coo k Store
Wri ting De»k
Bed Spring» and 3 Bedsteads
Some Fruit Jar» and Fruit
28 Stand» o f Bee» and eatra hire» and
— C O M M E N C I N G A T 10 O ’ C L O C K —
T E R M S — All »urn» under 8IOOO Ca.h ov er that amount a credit o f 8 m o . » .
b . g i r o , purchaser, g i r i . , booka b le n o te , d r a w , . , $ per cent i.T T L f N
property to be m o r e d until settled for.
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S. B. TARBELL
SAM O ’CO NNO R, Au ctionee r