Central Point American. (Central Point, Or.) 1925-1927, September 02, 1926, Page PAGE THREE, Image 3

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    THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1926
OREGON WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL
Astoria— Astoria Flouring Mills
REVIEW
running 4,000 barrels flour a day
on four shifts.
Harper— Surveyor* begin work on
Springfield— City builds city hall
great Vale federal reclamation pro­
and fire station for new fire equip­
ject.
ment.
Harper— Mines producing diato-
Philomath— Canners pay pickers
maceous earth to greatly increase
$20,000 for wild evergreen berries.
production.
Myrtle Point — Holt-Chase can­
. Salem— Oregon Linen Mills, Inc.,
nery
runs to capacity on blackber­
ships in 27 cars o f machinery for
linen plant. Factory will use 137 ries.
electric motors.
McMinnville— Dundee walnut ex­
change
sells first carload o f walnuts
Salem— Sixteen local canneries
will pack more than 1,000,000 cases in California.
this year.
Federal budget for 1927 gives
apart­ Willamette river $40,500 for canals
and locks; Cascades canal $14,000;
Dalles-Celilo canal, $15,000.
Oregon mills use 300,000,000 feet
Eugene— $100,000 Baptist church
of lumber for paper-making, each
to be built.
year.
Oregon City— New Butler
ments to cost 3250,000.
Gold Beach — Engineering &
Portland leads country west of
Mississippi as cloak-suit center. Busi­ Metals company has big black-sand
ness has grown 330 per cent in three mining plant ready for installing ma­
chinery.
years.
Gold Beach— State game depart­
Medford— Southern Pacific an­
nounces cut o f $45 a car on pear ment liberates wild turkeys for game
birds.
shipments East.
McMinnville— Smith chicken
nery to build large new plant.
But alas, conditions are so very
bad that Mr. MacNeill cannot leave
his post o f duty in Mexico to enjoy
his usual annual vacation on the
Rogue. He has our heartfelt sym­
pathy. None other o f our annual
visitors gets such pure unalloyed
enjoyment out of a visit to the
Rogue as he. Zane Grey writes that
he will be here early in September
and pack into his new camp half
way between here and the sea. Grey
loves to break contact with civiliza­
tion and hide away for a while in
some vast wilderness. The sound
o f the automobile is not music to
his ears and the smell o f burning
oil and gasoline doesn't appeal to
his senses like the fragrance of the
pines. He gets his best inspirations
from Nature and the lonely desert,
the wide expanse o f the ocean or
the wild rocky canyon o f a moun­
tain river is his natural environ­
ment With his wonderful power
o f description he brings this en­
vironment to his millions of readers
and many lives are made brighter
and happier by enjoying this en­
vironment with him in imagination.
Grey is perhaps the greatest living
Portland — P a c i f i c Northwest for July reached $652,045.
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Radio Exposition to be held here
ROGUE FISHING DRAWS MANY
September 21-25.
INTO VALLEY
Harrisburg— First mint still in
Joe Wharton in Grants Pass Courier
this section is built.
From all parts of America men are
Stayton— Company formed to man coming to fish in the Rogue River.
ufacture Korinek's veterinary reme­ Every mail brings letters asking for
dies.
information regarding the steelhead
run and same are so eager to learn
that they cannot wait for the slow
traveling mail and they telegraph.
These inquiries come from men in
all levels of life, wealthy men and
poor men, men o f leisure and work­
ing men, they are all anxious for a
try at the fall run o f steelheads.
During the last fe.- reeks one of
the nation’s most prominent o ffi­
cials disappeared from official life
and few people knew what had be­
come o f him. We know where he is
Somewhere on the two hundred and
fifty mile stretch of Rogue River
from its source to its mouth, trying
to coax the elusive steelhead into
taking his fly. He needed rest and
recreation and naturally he sought
the banks o f the Rogue. In the Au­
tumn season, there is no more beau­
tiful place on earth and no place
— to meet every requirement in
with more appeal to the man who
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loves the great out doors. To wade
and buck the swift current in your
dry-cleaning is our claim for your
endeavor to place your fly in a spot
just beyond your reach, white water
patronage
With fine workman­
flashing in the sun, music o f falls in
your ears and green trees reflected
ship such as to impress your favor
in the bosom o f a quiet pool just
beyond, believe me, a day spent in
. . . though our charges are
such an environment is a day worth
only standard.
while and one that will long live
in your memory. And then the
strike and the battle with the great­
CITY CLEANING AND est o f fighting trout, the steelhead
fresh run from the sea. What
DYEING CO.
keener thrill ran a man ask for?
"W E ARE NOT SATISFIED
And it is just this that brings men
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Highway— Medford,
some new records on swordfish and
other species. And yet, after all
these thrilling experiences, each
September he finds himself longing
for the environment of Rogue River
and the appeal is so strong that ne
comes and stays and stays until the
winter rains drive him to milder
climes.
The Pogue appeals to men in all
walks o f life and from now on until
the winter rains convert the stream
into a raging torrent, its banks W ill
be lined with fishermen.
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D. G. C. MacNeill, British Consul at
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and pictures make me desperately
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Fort Klamath— Stockmen here will
can­
ship about 15,000 cattle this fall.
Portland land office has 159,521
Portland— Steamer North King
acres
o f public lands open for home­
brings 119,000 cases salmon and 450
salmon cannery workers from Alas­ steading.
ka.
Marshfield— Last piling ready for
rocking to complete $3,310,000 jetty.
Toledo— Buildings just completed
or under way total $200,000.
Ferndale district, Umatilla county,
to build $17,500 8-room school.
Butte Falls— Contract let for new
$25,000 high school.
Cascade line o f Southern Pacific,
the Eugene-Klamath line, to be op­
Harrisburg— Doernbecker Furni­
ened for service during September,
ture Company logging 3,000,000 feet
has cost $20,000,000.
o f timber here.
Columbia county spent $31,653 on
Federal surveys classify 20,000
roads during July.
acres o f Oregon lands as water
power sites.
Garibaldi— Whitney mills to spend
$20,000 for sawdust incinerator.
Milton— 100 to 125 carloads o f
local apples will go to Denmark this
Yoncalla— H. F. Wells gets 90
year.
pounds peppermint oil worth $12 a
pound, from one acre.
Portland— Engineers to lay out
new 900-acre Guild’s Lake industrial
State highway department will re­
site.
ceive bids on great Rogue River
bridge on Roosevelt highway.
Portland— Steamers Hannawa and
Orient take 9,500,000 feet lumber
Medford — Local pear industry
to East coast.
daily payroll is over $10,000 a day,
to 3,000 workers.
Klamath Falls— $350,000 union
high school projected here.
Klamath Falls building permits
Phone 474
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