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About Central Point American. (Central Point, Or.) 1925-1927 | View This Issue
T H U R S D A Y , M AR CH 25, 1926
CENTR AL POINT AM ER ICAN
PAG E THREE
W EEKLY INDUSTRIAL PATHE NEWS TO FILM CRATER ANN UAL OREGON CHRISTIAN ber built houses. This investigation 1 F.
brought out the opinion that owing
Central Point votes fo r erecting a
The Pathe Exchange. Inc., o f San
new school building.
Francisco and Seattle, has been in
terested in film ing coming spectac
The present practice o f increasing ular news events in Southern Ore-
demand rather than reducing pro ,g °n. by the California Oregon Power
d u c t »«, and indulging in conserva Tom pany. News reels wijl be made
tive buying, augers well fo r this locally during 1926, to be shown
counthy’s future business.
throughout the entire United States,
Salem— Miles Linen Mill, a proven as indicated in the following extracts
success, will sell bonds fo r $40,000 from letters passing between
new capital, to double mill capacity. Copco offices and the Pathe Ex
On February 23rd the .California
McMinnville— City goes twenty-
three days without a fire alarm be Oregon Power Company wrote the
Pathe News at San Francisco as fo l
St. Helens— Land settlement com
“ Southern Oregon will have a
mittee located forty-five sellers in number o f very attractive features
Columbia County last year.
this year, which will be well worth
Astoria— Repaving Columbia Hi- photographing from a news value
standpoint, and we are pleased to
way to Svenses, begun.
list below some o f these events:
LaGrande is building $100,000
sewage plant, said to be finest in the opening o f Crater Lake National
Park will be held about June 30th.
These ceremonies are highly interest
Rainier— New Union high school ing, showing the arrival o f the “ ad
vance guard” o f the thousands o f
tourists who annually visit this scenic
Oregon fish commission stocked 50 wonder, and will afford an opportun
form erly fishless mountain lakes with ity to get some fine “ shots” o f the
trout, last year.
spectacular scenery in and around
Elks temple the Park during the season o f bloom,
o f full waterfalls, and receding snow
lines, while the deep snow is still on
Salem will vote April 12 on buy hand. A trip to Medford to get pic
ing 13-acre site and building junior tures o f the Crater Lake Country
will be well worth making.”
On March 4th, Pathe News ac
Woodburn— Discovery o f oil or knowledged Copco’s letter as follows:
Bass place, at Broadacres, reported.
“ It was a great pleasure to receive
your letter explaining the coming
Klamath Falls will have 70 new spectacular news events in Oregon.
street hydrants, installed by water We are certain they will make won
derful stories, as they are real novel
Hood River— Creamery company ties, and I am sure we can do some
will double plant, to make 800 gal thing big with them,— at least give
Southern Oregon a lot o f publicity.
lons ice cream daily.
Mr. L. C. Hutt o f Seattle will take
Pendleton— W ork begins on north care o f all news events breaking in
side reservoir, fo r city water system.
“ Thanking you fo r your trouble
Yamhill county will spend $55,000 in tracing down these stories, we
on market roads this year.
Very truly yours,
Tilamook— Coats Company starts
Pathe News” .
work on pulp mill, to cut '40,000 feet
On March 17th, Me. Hutt o f the
Seattle office o f Pathe Exchange ad
Medford— Growers will make ex vised the Copco offices as follows:
tensive test o f winter lettuce as mar
“ I have received your letter relat
ive to the different stunts to take
place in the near future, and will
Hood River— Plans being made fo r certainly be pleased to photograph
$76,000 high school and gymnasium. these stunts fo r Pathe News.”
The far-reaching scope o f Pathe
Portland— Annex to Shrine Hos
pital for Crippled Children, will cost News films brings the events pic
tured to the attention o f countless
thousands. I f this activity is carried
Portland— 12-story Terminal Sales out as contemplated, excellent pub
building, second largest o f its kind licity will result fo r one o f this sec
in America, to be built at Tw elfth tion’s most popular resorts and for
Southern Oregon generally.
When this event is staged at Cra
Wallowa— Black Marble <,ime Co ter Lake, it is also planned to have
mpany buys Wallowa Marble & Gra the Copco cameraman present to
nite Company, and will develop Los- take moving pictures o f this interes
ting feature fo r showing throughout
the field o f Copco service.
Wallowa— County buys $10,000
rock crusher f o i road work.
FARM RADIO MAKING RAPID
Bond— City Cleaners & Dyers op
en two-story modern plant.
Astoria — Submarine telephone
line wil be run to local exchange on
story hotel will be opened, April 15.
Gervais— Maning & Moisan pep
permint field o f ten acres paid $21,
000 last year.
Portland led Northwest, fo r build
ing permits issued in February, $2,
Salem building permits fo r Feb
ruary were $122,875; Klamath Falls,
$106,825; Eugene, $74,200.
Portland— Quaker Line steamer
Orleans takes 4,750,000 feet o f lum
ber to Philadelphia.
Baker— A t least five droop shafts
will be sunk this year, at Mother
Lode Copper Mine.
Portland — Thirty-three
cleareil port with cargoes,
C IT Y C LE A N IN G A N D
D Y E IN G CO.
W A N T E D TO TRADE— Good town
property fo r small,
tract o f land near Central
P o in t |
Inquire at this office.
— Inoculate Your Seed with Humogerm—
(Across from Postoffice)
Sweet, T a s ty M eats
THE CHOICE OF THE LAND— A L W A Y S FRESH AND TENDER
‘'Quality and Service”—Our Motto
Central Point Meat Market
I. D. LEWIS, Prop.
“ WE ARE NOT SATISFIED
624 N. Riverside Ave
T h is
UNLESS YOU A RE"
-sa y s„
Remember how they used to
hitch Old Dobbin to a windlass and
drive him ’round and ’round —
lilting hay and doing heavy chores?
Even then, you couldn’t hire
Dobbin for less than $2.50 a day —
say 25 cents an hour.
Yet an hour’s work for an electric
motor using one horsepower o f
electricity usually costs only
7 or 8 cents.
Most household appliances
use tiny motors o f only 1/10 or i/fc
o f a horsepower. You can run them
ten hours for seven or eight cents.
And they arc faster than
Old Dobbin ever dreamed o f being,
when he was a colt.
Portland— $25,000 factory *o be
built fo r Golden Medical Steriliser.
Since the railroads, crippled and
disorganized and politically ridden to
death by two years o f fedeial con
trol, were returned to private own
ership in 1920. the Southern Pacific
alone has spent $19,202,118 in loco
motive beterment. It has spent $99,
873,830 in total equipment improve
ment during the same period.
All seeds in stock tested seeds
West Coast Lumbermen start $1,
500.000 fir advertising program to
be run three years.
Radio soon will supplement the
present interdepartment telephone
system o f the New York Police De
partment, to speed up the broad
casting o f alarms and the apprehen
sion o f criminals.
Make» Poultry Healthy— Make» Hens Lay
POISON GAS BALLS— Sure Death to Moles, Gophers and Diggers.
The London City Council has
awarded contracts foa two thousand |
houses to be built entirely o f lumber
and one thousand to be built partially I
o f lumber. That this is considered a |
novel departure and in the nature o f
an experiment in England, sounds
strange in our country where eighty
per cent o f the dwelling houses are
built o f lumber.
So completely had wood gone out
o f use fo r permanent structures,
since the virtual deforestation o f
England tow centuries ago, except
for joists, partition studding, etc.,
that there was actually considerable
serious discussion in England as to
whether wood was feasible.
The experience o f Scandinavia and
the United States with frame build-
ihgs was brought forward
learned arguments were presented
to the London County Council set
ting forth the cheapness, durability,
comfort, and healthfulness o f lum-
Pendleton— Local telephone ex
change handles 10,000 calls a day.
Klamath Falls— Eight new $4,000
residences to be built here at once.
Dr. Hess’ Poultry
ADVANTAGES OF LUMBER ARE
Fire hydrants in one hundred six
ty-four Oregon municipalities, stan
dardized by state fire marshal, to
give interchangeable fire engine ser
BURK— FOR AUTO TOPS
Opposite S. P. Depot
to depreciation from rust, an all-
steel house would not last long in the
damp English climate as lumber con MEDFORD TENT AND AWNING
This conclusion will prove o f in
terest to builders In our own country. Medford, Ore.
Albany, Ore., March 19. The annual
convention o f the Oregon Christian
Endeavor Union will be held in the
First Presbyterian church here from
April 15 to 18. Virtually all evan
gelical churches in the city are co
operating, and simultaneous confer
ence sessions will be held on Friday
afternoon and Saturday morning. A l
bany church people will entertain the
delegates on the Harvard plan.
Judge Jacob Kanzler o f Portland,
state president, will preside.
o f the leading speakers who will re
main here fo r the entire convention
are Reverend Earle P. Cochran o f
Alameda, Cal., and Paul C. Brown o f
Los Angeles, Pacific Coast Christian
isters and workers with young people
from all parts of the state are named
as speakers on the preliminary pro
Saturday, April 17, will be one o f
the big days o f the convention. Fol
lowing the morning conference the
delegates will stage a parade through
the business streets o f Albany, and
that night the state wide intermed
iate oratorical contest will be held.
The annual election o f state officers
will be Saturday morning.
Music will be in charge o f Dr. D.
V. Poling, pastor o f the convention
church; who will be assisted at the
organ by Mrs. Helen V. Lancefield
o f Portland. The intermediate sec
tion o f the convention will be direc
ted by Mrs. Allen Wheeler o f Eug
ene and the Junior Department by
Miss Dulcina Brown o f Portland.
There are nearly 1,000,000 radio
sets on farms in the United States,
Department o f
mates, in a report on growth o f farm
radio during the past five years.
In some states, the Department
says, there are radio sets on 25 to40
per cent o f all farms.
made by the Department in 1923
showed 145,000 sets in use on farms
at that time; 365,000 sets in 1924,
and 553,000 sets in 1925.
Increased power and broadcasting,
together with better receiving sets,
the department believes, “ will do
much to aid in establishing perman
ency o f use o f radio fo r benefit of
“ One station alone in a period of
months broadcasting from
farmers, country banks, shippers o f
live stork, and small merchants in
tow-ns in twelve agricultural states
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