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THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 192G
CENTRAL POINT AMERICAN
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CENTRAL POINT AMERICAN
A n I n d e p e n d e n t W eek ly P a p e r P u b lish ed a t C e n tra l P oint, O reg o n , and
E n t e r e d T h u r s d a y o f e a c h w e e k in t h e P o s t o f f i c e t h e r e o f a s S e c o n d C l a s s
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site fo r th e m o n u m e n t is n e a r the
The American does all kinds ol
M oriey bridge, a m ile n o rth of Silver- printing. If it can be printed—we
to n , w here th e b a ttle is th o u g h t to can do it.
h a v e been fought.
W h at is believed to be th e la rg e st
p a rce l post sh ip m e n t e v e r se n t from
a n e a s te rn O regon point w as re c e n t­
ly d isp a tc h ed from th e Island C ity
po sto ffice for Modoc county, C ali­
fornia, farm ers. Sixty-five 70-pound
p a ck a g es of h a rd fe d era tio n seed
w heat grow n n e a r Island C ity m ade
up th e consignm ent.
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ITS!!
S u p e rin te n d e n t
M cClain
of th e
P u g e t S ound B ridge & D redging com j
pany. who is in c h a rg e of th e con- |
s tru c tio n of th e bridge of th e gods ,
o v e r th e Colum bia riv e r betw een C as­
cade L ocks and S tev en so n , s ta te s th a t |
B r i e f R e , u r n e o f H a p p e n g i n , o f th o
W eek
C o llected
for
Our
th e w ork is p ro g ressin g in a m ost sat- |
R eader,
tsfa c to ry m an n er. T h e tw o c o n c re te i
p ie rs a re com pleted on th e O regon
M o th ers’ w eek end a t th e U n iv ersity
A pproxim ately 465.000 tro u t have side a n d a re re ad y for th e ste e l s tr u c ­
of Oregon will be held May 1518 tb ia been p lan te d In th e closed s tre a m s in tu re .
year.
C. C. H all of th e S a n tia m fo re s t
M arion and Polk co u n tie s d u rin g th e
M arsh field 's {500,000 h o tel will be p a st few w eeks, according to a n ­ se rv ic e took a ten-ton tra c to r a n a
com pleted and re a d y fo r b u sin e ss nouncem ent m ade by m em b ers of the g ra d e r to th e B ry a n t h ill sectio n of
th e S a n tia m highw ay for im provem ent
s ta te game* com m ission.
e arly In A ugust.
T h e public se rv ice com m ission is­ of th e road above th e ra n g e r sta tio n
An unid en tified m an w as killed a t
on th e C ascad ia-F ish lak e se c tio n of
O akland, w hen he w as stru c k by a sued an o rd e r a u th o rizin g th e e sta b ­
lish m e n t of a n u n d e rg ra d e crossing th a t hignw ay. B ry a n t H ill Is one of
S outhern P acific fre ig h t tra in .
th e s te e p e s t g ra d e s on th e road to th e
T he M ountain S ta te s P o w er com ­ involving th e tra c k s of th e O regon lake. A new n e a rly w a ter-g ra d e road
pany is m ak in g p lan s to double th e T ru n k ra ilro a d in th e v icin ity of will be c o n stru c te d on th e n o rth side
c ap a city of its d istrib u tio n sy ste m a t C rooked riv e r gorge in Je ffe rs o n and of th e hill.
D esch u tes counties.
C ottage G rove.
R eduction In fre ig h t r a te s on llve-
T he public se rv ice com m ission has
T he d a te s fo r th e L eb an o n s tra w ­
issued o rd e rs for h e a rin g s to in v e s ti­ ato ck from e a s te rn O regon, W ashing- I
b e rry fe stiv a l and ro se show h a re
g a te ra te s, ru le s and p ra c tic e s of the to n , Id a h o and M ontana to m iddle
been se t for F rid a y a n d S a tu rd ay ,
B end W ater. L ight & P ow er com pany, w e ste rn m a rk e ts w hich will ben efit
May 28 and 28.
the G rand R onde and th e C loverdale g ro w e rs in th o se se c tio n s c o n sid erab ly
T h ere Is less snow In th e W allow a T elep h o n e c o m p an ies and th e E nter- w as o rd e re d by th e in te rs ta te com
m ountains, th e h ig h est ra n g e In e a s t­ p rise E le c tric com pany.
T he com ­ m erce com m ission in th e case of th e
ern O regon, a t p re sen t th a n In any m ission has decided, a fte r a prelim ­ A m e ric an N a tio n a l L iv e sto c k a sso c ia ­
A pril for 30 years.
in a ry in v e stig a tio n , th a t c o nditions tio n a n d re la te d o rg a n iz a tio n s a g a in st
th e O.-W. R. & N. c om pany a n d o th e r
O iling T he D alles-C allfornla high
W arrant h e arin g s.
way from C rooked riv e r to Bend and
Aid to s e ttle r s on th e proposed Vale, ra ilro a d s of th e P a c ific n o rth w e st.
Oregon News Items of Special Interest
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from L ava b u tte , south of Bend, to La
Pine, Is u n d e r way.
T he p re sb y te ry for th e so u th e rn O re­
gon d istric t. In sessio n a t C e n tra l
Point, closed w ith the e le ctio n of Rev.
J. H. L am b of S u th erlln .
A b u sin e ss d istric t lig h tin g system
for P e n d leto n Is being urged hy th e
m e rc h a n ts' co m m ittee of th e P e n d le ­
ton C om m ercial asso ciatio n .
C yrus H aines, a sh e e p g ro w e r In
tho foo th ills e a s t of H a rris b u rg , re­
p o rts loss o . a n u m b er of lam bs
th ro u g h fo ray s of a g ian t eagle.
T h e fo rm atio n of a new ro a d dis­
S ev en ty th o u sa n d d o lla rs w o rth of
stre et-im p ro v e m e n t c o n tra c ts w ere let tric t and th e levying of a tw o-m ill tax
by th e c ity of M arshfield la s t w eek for fo r Im p ro v em en t of th e road betw een
paving and se w e rs in th e dow ntow n H alfw ay a n d H o m estead h a s been pro­
posed by W illiam Duby, c h a irm a n of
d i s t r ic t
C lyde M. M cKay of Bend w as e le c t­ th e s ta te hig h w ay com m ission a n d in ­
ed g rand co m m a n d er o f th e O regon d o rse d by th e B ak er c h a m b e r of com
gran d com inandery. K n ig h ts T em p lar,
a t th e a n n u a l conclave of th e o rd e r a t
A storia.
for
GRADUATION
Try to beat McPHERSON
in PRICE, QUALITY
or STYLE
$22.50 to $33.50
Double and Single Breasted
Models of the Latest Styles
McPHERSON’S
6th & Central, Medford
G eorge N euner, U n ited S ta te s d is­
tr ic t a tto rn e y for O regon, tele g ra p h e d
B e rt C. T hom as. U n ited S ta te s com ­ Y . Y . ^ V . m
m is sio n e r a t K la m a th F alls, to file
c o m p la in ts a g a in st In d ia n s of th e
K la m a th re se rv a tio n , who a re re p o rt­
ed '.a have e m b a rk ed upon an o rgy of
A nnual o b se rv a n c e of F o u n d e rs' day
d ru n k e n n e s s ahd law lo ssn e ss follow ­
a t C ham poeg p a rk in h o n o r of th e
ing th e decision of C ircu it Ju d g e
b irth of th e O regon te rrito ry In 1843
Ia ja v itt, who held th a t Indian w ard s
h a s been s e t fo r S a tu rd ay . May 1.
Tho o b se rv a n c e will be u n d e r th e of th e g o v e rn m e n t could not com e
d irec tio n of th e O regon P io n e e r a sso ­ u n d e r m unicipal, co u n ty or s ta te law s-
c ia tio n and th e O regon h isto ric a l so­
C O N S T R U C T IV E C R IT IC IS M O F
ciety.
FA R M O R G A N IZ A T IO N S
Mrs. H. R exroad, In a le tte r to the
s e c re ta ry of s ta te , h a s a p p ea le d to
Prosperity for ihe farmer is de­
th e a ta te a u th o ritie s to a s s is t in th e
pendent upon creating a demand for
p ro tec tio n of rh o d o d e n d ro n s w hich
products, eliminating overproduction,
grow a b u n d a n tly in th e v ic in ity of
and successful marketing.
D evils lak e on th e R oosevelt co ast
Cooperative marketing seems to be
highw ay a few m llea so u th of Nes-
the answer but, so far, this has not
kow in.
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O w yhee and B a k er Irrig a tio n p ro je c ts
will be e lim in a te d and th e ir c o n stru c ­
A m ovem ent to h ave a m ilk In­ tion by th e In te rio r d e p a rtm e n t will
sp e c to r for A shland, M edford and be m ade m a n d a to ry by th e in te rio r
G ra n ts P a ss w as In itia te d a t a pub­ a p p ro p ria tio n bill a s re p o rte d to both
h o u se s of c o n g ress fo r final p a ssa g e
lic m e e tlrg In Asfilund.
V olunteer flax w hich m ea su re d full
th re e feet in height w as ex h ib ited at
M cM lnnvtlle by F ra n k S aw yer, fa rm ­
e r of th e D ayton d istric t.
Why take your cars to Medford
when you can get a better job for
less money at the Independent Gar­
age at Central Point.
adv
Across from Groceteria
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Coffee—
‘Our Very Best” is a new blend of highest
quality.
Let your nose be your guide— until your
palate gets a chance.
always been successful.
Professor
H. C. Dale, Economist of the Idaho
State University, gives two reasons
why this system often fails.
First, members of cooperative
associations are motivated by the de­
sire for profits, drop out on the
slightest provocation, and do not
look far enough ahead. Second, co­
operatives have not pursued sound
business policies which characterize |
most
manufacturing
enterprises.
While business concerns build up a
reserve for lean years, cooperatives
disburse profits immediately.
A rnold B e n n ett H all, p ro fe sso r of
p o litica l sc ien c e a t th e U n iv e rsity of
T he re c e n t d ip h th e ria sc a re a t W isconsin, u n a n im o u sly w as e le cte d
S h erid an h a s p assed Into h isto ry . Both p re sid e n t of th e U n iv e rsity of O re­
g ra d e and high schools h av e re o p en ­ gon hy th e board of re g en ts. H e suc­
ed. a fte r an en fo rced v a ca tio n of n e a r­ ceed s th e la te p re sid en t. P rin c e L.
C am pbell. Dr. H all has a cc ep te d th e
ly tw o w eeks.
position.
Better repairing and recondition- |
P o rtla n d 's new 23.000.000 B urnslde-
R. L. H u tto n , p io n ee r sto c k m a n and ing for less at the Independent Gar- |
s tre e t bridge, th e finest, m ost b eau ti
age.
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officially opened to th e public F rid a y
c irc u it c o u rt a t R urna of a c h a rg e of
m orning. May 28.
first d e g re e m u rd e r iq co n n ectio n w ith
G eorge IV. E yre, re tire d fa rm e r and
th e fa ta l sh o o tin g last D ecem ber of
v ice-president of th e U nited S ta te s N s
H arold R radley, y o u th fu l n e ig h b o rin g
tlo n al hank, died a t his hom e In Salem
ra n c h e r.
Mr. E yre w as 88 y e ars of a g e and had
G o v e rn o r P ie rc e rev o k ed co n d i­
lived in O regon sin c e 1*58.
tio n a l p ard o n s Issued to Bud S tu b le r
Bids for th e c o n stru c tio n o f ap p ro x i­
and J a m e s C h a rle , C onnors. S tu b le r I
m ate ly 17 m iles of highw ay a n d a num
is in th e fe d era l p e n ite n tia ry a t Mc­
h e r of b rid g es will be c o n sid e re d a t
Neil Island, w hile C onnors is u n d e r
a m eeting of th e s ta te hig h w ay com
a r re s t In S e a ttle
BotH m en w ill be j
m ission, to be held In P o rtla n d . A pril
re tu rn e d to th e O regon s ta te p e n ite n ­
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tia ry to se rv e out th e ir u n e x p ire d |
Jo h n V W ebb, 45. night w atch m an term s.
a t th e T h o m a s m ill, so u th of T illa ­
S h eep m en of c e n tra l O regon re p o rt I
m ook. died In a h o sp ital a f te r being
th e la rg e st c rop of lam b s In th e hia- |
In ju red w hen th e bicycle on w hich h e
to ry of th e sh eep in d u stry In th e m id j
w as rid in g w as stru c k b y an a u to ­
s ta te c o u n try
T h e u n u su al In c re a se
m obile.
In flocks Is a ttrib u te d to th e m ild win j
H lnger H e rm an n , ex c o n g re ssm a n t e r and th e a b u n d an c e of feed in th e
from O regon and fo rm er rom m laston- ra n g e c o u n try .
S h e e p m en p re d ic t
e r of th e U nited S ta te s g e n e ra l land th a t rhe clip of wool will also be above I
office died a t R nsehurg
H e rm a n n 's th e a v era g e.
d e a th follow 1 -d ü ln css o f se v e ra l
A d e le g atio n re p re s e n tin g O regon !
m onths.
c o u n tie s th a t w ould benefit u n d e r th e
A cash d t t r l b u t io n
a g g re g a tin g te rm s of S e n a to r S ta n fie ld 's p ending
8144.000 w as r :a le to m em b e rs of th e bill to re im b u rse th em fo r ta x re c e ip ts j
Hood R iv er A pple G ro w ers a sso c ia ­ lo st sin ce th e O regon A C a lifo rn ia
ti" " . b r l r «Inc th e to ta l re c e ip ts on ra ilro a d lan d g r a n t, w ere tu rn e d h a ck |
a p p les at I p a rs of th e 1*25 c rop to to fe d e ra l o w n e rsh ip a re In W ashing- i
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ton. D. C . to p re s s th e ir claim b efo re
Archl< Ccdy. sla y e r of S h e riff A us 'f e d e r a l officials,
tin Goo m ra of lla rn e y ro u n ty , paid : M arion c o u n ty , a ssiste d by th e
th e pent Ity fo r his crim e on th e gal- D a u g h te rs of th e A m erican R evolu j
low s In the e x ec u tio n c h a m b e r o f th e ! tlon. h a s a n n o u n ce d p lan s to e re c t I
O regon a ta te p e n ite n tia ry a t S alem . | a su ita b le m o n u m e a t In ro m ro em o ra
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1 ilIon of th e B a ttle of th e A btqna T h e
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