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About Central Point American. (Central Point, Or.) 1925-1927 | View This Issue
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SO U T H E R N O R E G O N M O V IE S IN
THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 1926
CENTRAL POINT AMERICAN
“LEST WE FORGET” H H
H A Y - G R A I N - S E E D — WOOD
The human heart longs for words
A feature of the March “ Volt” ,
the California Oregon Power com
— Local and Long Distance Hauling—
It means so little to the speaker
pany’» diminutive monthly publica
tion, describes Medford’s newest to express words o f appreciation of
WE BUY POULTRY
apartment house, the Schuler Apart
ments, which are the "last word” in
electrical apartment houses. A fine much to the hearer.
JESSE L. RICHARDSON
picture of this modern building is dis
Often people do not realize the
played, and the story o f its many sacrifice that others make even to
electrical conveniences is well told.
BuiP in electric ranges, radio recept do a little, and how often we are
“ Y O U R F A C E IS G O O D , B U T IT W O N ’ T G O IN T H E C A S H
acles, and automatic electric refrig
erating units for each apartment, are friends and neighbors when we
all given prominent mention, togeth know nothing o f the motives that
er with electric elevator service and
electrically equipped laundry room prompted the action and if we did
for tenants. In commenting on this know we would often find that con
latest addition to Southern Oregon's ditions were the opposite from what
modern buildings, the “ Volt” uses they seemed.
the foilopring language:
W e A re M a n ufa ctu rers c f
An incident in our own life which
Modern, considered in this connec
tion, has come almost to be synom-
DOORS, SCREENS, WINDOWS AND SASH,
omous with electrical— and electric average reader, has taught a lesson
WINDOW AND DOOR FRAMES, MOULD
al with convenience. You push a in our lives, which somehow seems
button or turn a switch and electric
INGS, CABINETS OF ALL KINDS
ity does the rest. Electrically equip to remain.
When a child our home was across
ped throughout, the Schuler Apart
Our Constant Aim is to Keep Our Quality and Prices
ments represent the last word to date the street from the home which was
Absolutely Right. Do Not Order From Out-of-Town
in modern apartment-house evolu occupied in turn by the ministers of
Concerns Before Letting Us Figure on Your Bill.
The balance o f the entertaining
story about this apartment house were members. One minister lived
reads as follows:
in that home for a period o f five
Medford can now admit, testify,
or boastfully assert that it has anch years. As we were quite young at
A MODERN MILL
ored in its midst one of the most that time our appreciation o f this
modern apartment houses on the Pac
ific Coast. And to prove it, her cit man was not great. However, as
izens have but to submit as conclus
ive evidence the Schuler Apart came, saw, and were convinced.
Twenty-two per cent o f the alfal
In due time, on Janauary 23 of fa seed received for purity test at
ments, now practically completed.
In fact, though the finishing touches this year, a regular “ Universal” Pro the Oregon Experiment Station seed
are being applied as this is written, duction unit, headed by William A. laboratory this spring contained dod
twenty tenants have already taken Crinley, unit production manager, der. As this is a larger percentage
with a baggage carload of equipment than during other years, it is even
up residence there.
The new building ’is situated out and properties, and a troupe o f thir more important this spring than us
side the downtown district, at Sixth ty-one people and their special sleep ual to havd alfalfa seed tested. The
and Oakdale streets.
Twenty-five ing car arrived in Klamath Falls to seed laboratory is ready to help any
apartments are in this handsome create "Crashing Timbers” .
Oregon grower by making free pur
The director o f this unit was ity and germination tests.
structure, which is of dignified Span
ish (not Mission) design, beautiful
Thousands o f bacteria have been
ly finished in white stucco. Consid headad by Viola Dana and Kenneth found on one hair taken from the
ered collectively or as units, they ex Harlan and included numerous others flank o f a cow. Cleaning the flank
emplify progress in a very high de well known to the silent drama— and udder before milking removes
gree, as associated with perhaps the Frank Hagney, Lester Bates, Fred this danger of contamination. The
204 South Fir Street
Ph one 124
most modern types of human habi Kohler, Kitty Barlow, DeWitt Jen common belief that a cheesecloth
tations, the American apartment nings, James Gordan, Morgan Brown, strainer catches all the germs is
Normana Dunning, Charles Robin shown to be uterly false by the de
Electric ranges have been installed son, Charles Worden,'anad— last and partment o f bacteriology at O. A. C.,
in practically all of the truly up-to- least— five-year-old Billie Kent Scha for germs pass through three or four
date apartment houses in recent effer.
thicknesses o f cloth readily as flour
"Crashing Timbers” is a picturi- through a sieve.
years, and you will find them in ev
■ A W W W A V i W / . V . W . W A W A W A V i W W W t ’ . 'r t W M
ery unit o f the Schuler Apartments- zation of the popular »tory, “ The
o f the popular Standard built-in type, Brute Breaker” . It is a lumberjack
Don’t fail to read the ads. They
affording maximum service while oc picture. Exciting logging scenes, ice
cupying minimum space in the kit packs and log jams an the river, high- may meet your needs.
chen. Electric refrigerators and ra climbing and topping the spar tree—
dio receptacles also are features of the most spectacular o f all lumber J A C K S O N C O U N T Y A B S T R A C T
ing activities— are incidental to the
Frigtdaire electric refrigerators, development and movement of the
neat and compact, each a miniature plot. This background was to be had
Abstracts o f Title and Title In- |
ice plant installed in each apart at McCullom’s sawmill and logging
ment, will supply dainty ice rubes camp, on the Ashland-Klamath Falls surance. The only com ple te Title
as desired. Sherbets, ices and froz Highway where Spencer bridge spans System in Jackson County.
en desserts may be easily and quick the Klamath River. All of the out
ly created with the aid o f this de door scenes were “ shot” at this lo M e d fo rd
vice. By electric refrigeration the cation, and in the nearby timber. The
JAMES Mc D O WE L L
freshness o f perishable foods is bet indoor scenes were made at the Alta-
ter maintained, and the loss by waste mont Dance Pavilion, where Copco
greatly reduced, for the constant, was called upon to furnish elactric-
even temperatures possible only with ity for lighting purposes.
automatic electric refrigeration are
During the making of this film,
not otherwise obtainable.
Electric which is to be shown in ’ six reels,
refrigeration is practical, positive about four weeks of intensive effort
was expended by the producing un
The Schuler Apartments individ it. From ten to forty “ extras” were
ual radio-connections are an innova employed each day in scenes requir
tion in local radio circles, and by no ing groups of people. It is reported |
means as common elsewhere as they that about twenty thousanad dollars
are destined to become. Each apart was expended by the picture-making
ment in the Schuler will be directly corporation during the period, for ex
connected with a large central re tras, hotel bills, supplies, necessary
ceiving set located in the basement equipment and transportation. . Sal
and operated by the management. aries are not included in that estim- |
THE ADVICE FROM AN OFFICER OF
Also in the basement is located the ate.
THIS B A N K CONCERNING YOUR
JEWELRY That Pleases--
The movie people, as typified by [
for the use of tenants, and a spac this Universay unit, are a friendly
FINANCIAL PROBLEMS WILL COST
ious store-room containing private lot of very hard-working folks, accor- i
NOTHING AND MAY SAVE YOU
lockers for each apartment.
ding to The Volt’s correspondent who j
The March “ Volt” also brings to was on the job to see how they go j
MAKING COSTLY MISTAKES.
the attention o f its nationwide aud through their paces.
ience o f more than twenty thousand that they merited and received the i SATISFIES!
readers the fact that large moving warm friendship of the entire Klam
WE CONSIDER IT A PLEASURE TO
picture concerns are turning their ath community which found them to
If you don 't »ee just what you
eyes in the direction o f Southern be an amazingly energetic, sincere
SERVE Y O U IN ANY CAPACITY
Oregon as a fertile field for produc and intensely busy group. Motion- j want, atk fo r it and I'll f e t it for
WHEREIN WE CAN BE OF ASSIST
tion of high class moving pictures. picture making, he testifies, is work;
A fine group of pictures shows the hard, painstaking work, and it was a
recent activity in Klamath County of revelation to witness the harmony of
the Universal Pictures Corporations effort displayed by the "Crashing ;
unit, which created the photo-play Timbers" company during its stay at ;
“ Crashing Timbers” there Just a few Klamath Falls.
weeks ago. while the story itself
Those who are eagerly anticipating
Watchmaker & Jeweler
brings out the greater significance
of such recognition in the following the appearance of this picture at their
The outstanding fact in this con
nection is that one o f the leading or ent plans "Crashing Timbers" will be |
during August or September '
ganizations of motion-picture makers released
o f this year.
in the United States has recognized
the possibilities of this region for
F A R M P O IN T E R S
may prove to be of far greater sig
nificance thon now appears It is
As a preventative measure against !
the Volt’s function to acclaim the hemorrhagic septicemia the Oregon
superb scenic, commercial and re experiment station advises the vac- I
creational attractions o f the romantic cination o f all lambs. Fifty rents j
SULPHUR — LAND PLASTER — SULPHATE
wonderland o f southern Oregon and worth o f vaccine will supply enough j
northern California, and it appreci for fifty doses.
OF AMMONIA - SUPERPHOSPHATE
ates this recognition by the “ fifth in
The necessity o f cooling milk as j
Also, you have more money if !
dustry” o f another virtue o f the soon as possible after milking is cm- |
(Mixed Fertilizers for All Special Crops)
field o f Copeo service.
phasized by the Oregon experiment! you let it talk— by going to the
M I L K M A K E — EC O N O M Y EG G M A S H — H O G E A T S
Then the Volt tells in an enter station. With the approach o f j place where yon enn save more o f I
(All Pure -N o Fillers Used— Best for Less)
taining way o f the events leading up spring this becomes o f greater im- 1
it on your repair kill.
to the selection o f this Southern Ore portance every day .
PEERLESS 1 hat exceptional baby chick Mash__
gon setting by the Universal people,
Legume bacteria are your free
and covers the activity fully as fol laborers— try to encourage them. !
Baby chick Scratch— Purest for \za— Every feed
Try the I N D E P E N D E N T G AR-
Inoculation pays even where the soil
for the Poultryman.
A G E f o r G o •ra ntred work and be 1
Here is how it happened: Scouts is well inoculated. This is especially
o f the Universal Pictures corpora true o f western Oregon annual*, as j con vinced.
tion. seeking a setting last summer they produce more nodules and a 1
( W e do Grinding, Steam Rolling. Cle n n in g)
for a timber picture, met up with more vigorous plant during the early !
US ABOUT YOUR FEEDING PROBLEMS
Klamath Falls residents, whom they period o f growth.
C. T. G E N Z E L
told that th< v were seeking scenic ( H is much easier and cheaper to
backgrou I for a picture to be locate dodder-free seed in Oregon
(The Man Who Knows)
known a- "Crashing Timbers". “ You than eradicate the pest, according
are talkii g about the place we come to C. C. Ruth, associate agronomist
f from ." or with words to that effect, at the experiment sUtion.
A C E T Y L E N E W E L D I N G AND
the Ktamath Pants boosters answered good lots o f alfalfs seed free of dod
the scouts, and proceeded to describe der are for sale. Dodder is a para
sitic plant that infesta alfalfa, and
the scenery and lumbering industry alfalfa seed containing that weed is
o f their home town.
The scouts not planted if a good yield is desired.
the years passed, at intervals, we
would hear our parents speak kindly
o f him and the work he did. We
were impressed by hearing our
mother remark that our father truly
loved this minister.
A few years ago, after the min
ister had become an aged man, it
was our privilege to meet him per
sonally and during our conversation j
with him we remarked that we had
heard our mother say that father
truly loved him. His answer was,
"Why didn’t he tell me? It would
have meant so much to me.”
Father was among the kindest of |
men but o f course it didn’t occur to j
him to tell his friend of his love.
How many o f us go through life '
failing to do the good we might be- l
cause we forget to show our appreci-1
ation. But what is much worse we
sometimes speak in company of the
faults and failures o f others, which
when heard of by the person at
tacked, means discouragement and
We pass this way but once.
Let’s give our bouquets now, not
reserving them until too late to be
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