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THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 23, 1*2«
FISH A S C E N D I N G R I V E R
A. J. Grimes o f Gazelle, Cali
fornia, a former resident o f Rogue
River valley, was visiting friends in
this district last Sunday afternoon.
Fish are coming over the recently
constructed fishway at Raimey falls
at the rate o f nine a minute, acocrd-
ing to Walter Browne, who with W.
O. Hadley, state superintendent of
fishways, returned the first o f the
week from a trip there, a week ago.
The fish are experiencing no diffi
culty in coming up, and better con
ditions are being noted on the Upper
Last Tuesday Bowne and
Supt. Hadley and W. R. Coleman
made an inspection o f conditions at
the Savage Rapids dam, and confer
red upon recommendations, which
will be embodied in a report to be
filed by Supt. Hadley with the state
fish and game commission for early
action.— Medford Mail Tribune.
WANTED TO TRADE— G oo« town
property for small,
tract o f land near Central Point.
Inquire at this office.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ruch and
family o f Medford, were calling on
friends in the valley last Sunday.
Mr. Ruch is in the employ o f the
city water department of Medford.
John Conley arrived from Myrtle
Creek last Tuesday where he has
been for some time. past. Mr. Con
ley is putting the roof on the new
barn and otherwise improving his
Mr. Payne and family have moved
into the Williams house. The chil
dren will attend the school here this
A very good attendance was out
to the last regular Grange meeting
last Saturday night. Some routine
business was transacted, after which
a lecture was given. Miss Francis
Wilson presented a novel program,
which included a hunt for pennies
which caused very much amusement
to all present.
120 ACRES— Plenty of water, under
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good fence, 70 acres under culti
W I L L O W SP R IN G S
vation, will produce grain, alfalfa,
fruit or vegetables, close in.
$8000 terms, or will exchange for
Willow Springs school opened
September 7 with ten new pupils,
160 ACRES— Good buildings, all also one new teacher, Mrs. Tucker,
fenced and under cultivation, close who comes in place o f Miss Mabel
in, a real buy.
710 ACRES— On Pacific highway,
Mrs. J. S. Miner left Sunday on
worlds o f water, joins Government
range, an ideal sheep ranch, 100 number 53 for, a visit extending
• acres o f good alfalfa land, 120 through the winter months, with
acres can be used for grain or
alfalfa, a small cash payment with relatives in Colorado and Kansas,
This is Mrs. Miner’s first visit with
long term on balance.
12 ACRES— 1% miles from city, them for fifteen years.
good modern house and out-build
Callers at the Deer Park Sunday
ings; small family orchard, 6 acres
were Mr. and Mrs. Page o f Klam
- in alfalfa; will sell or trade.
ath Falls, Mrs. C. Higdon and'party
6-ACRE tract, all under good wire
fence, seeded to alfalfa, no build from Medford, Mr. and Mrs. Alex
ings except garage, one mile from ander and grandchildren o f Central
Point, and Mrs. Harris and Herbert
A modern 5-room dwelling, garage o f Seven Oaks.
and wash-house, three lots, $2000.
The following lette from Myrna
A number o f acre tracts, unimproved Bush, who has been in charge of
from $100 up.
the post office at Crater Lake lodge
W. G. T R I L L
for the past two seasons has such
Just West o f Central Point State a nice mental picture o f the lake
that we were inclined to pass it on:
A FEW REAL BUYS
IN REAL ESTATE
— to meet every requirement in
dry-cleaning is our claim for your
though our charges are
CITY CLEANING AND
" W E ARE NOT SATISFIED
UNLESS Y OU A R E "
Crater Lake, Sept. J l , ’26
Dear Folks— I surely wish you
could see Crater Lake tonite, its the
truth when I say I positively never
saw it so beautiful before.
We are under about six inches
o f snow and the clouds have gone
away and left the air clear and cold.
Oh, oh, but ’tis beautiful.
A few coluds cling around the
higher peaks o f the rim, lending a
mysterious beauty to the rest o f the
lake, the sun has just set, and the
lake is a very deep blue, oh I just
can’t tell you how wonderful it is
with everything so white and so
clean looking. I got out for a half
hour today and took a few snapshots
of different things, and surely hope
they are good, but Mother when its
so pretty that it actually hurts, I
just wish and wish that you could
all see— My Crater Lake.
With fine workman
ship such as to impress your favor
624 N. Riverside Ave
CENTRAL POINT AMERICAN
Wednesday o f last week was the
inauguration o f the Air Mail Line
through Medford and the opening
day o f the Jackson County Fair. Pat
Patterson piloted the Medford No. 4
from San Francisco, arriving in Med
ford at 8:15 a. m. Piolt Book waiter
arrived from Portland at 8:45 a. m.
while Art Starbuck took the San
Francisco No. 6 from Medford to
San Francisco. Pilots Patterson and
Starbuck alternate on the San Fran-
cisco-Medford run, one coming to
McCord and the other going to San
Franc, co. Pilot Bookwalter makes
one round trip daily between Port
land and Medford. The mail was
carried to the postoffice by Post
master Warner in a Harley-David-
son motorcycle driven by Ernest
Scott, local dealer, under escort o f '
State traffic officers. The Special
Delivery letter to Mayor Allendorfer
from Mayor Baker of Portland was
rushed back to the field via motor
cycle by Postmaster Warner and
handed to Mayor Allendorfer on the
field by him while H. G. Bromley
took moving pictures of the event.
Mr. Bromley also took movies of the
planes landing and taking o ff and of
the pilots, the transferring of the
mail and a copy of the above let
Another letter received on the
first air mail was a letter to Boy
Boyle, secretary o f the chamber of
commerce, which had written cn the
lower corner o f the envelope, “ Los
Angeles is the best place in the world
to live, Medford being a possible ex
!¿ u .
Sweet, Tasty Meats
TH E CH OICE OF TH E LA N D — A L W A Y S FRESH A N D TE N D E R
“ Quality and Service” — Our Motto
Central Point Meat Market
University of Oregon, Eugene,
Ore., Sept 23.
(Special)— H. D.
McCaskey, geologist, o f Central
Point is among the 177 Oregonians
listed in the new edition o f “ Who’s
Who in America,” which has just
One half o f the number live in
Portland, while the other half is dis
tributed among the smaller cities o f
There are six Oregon women as
follows: Gertrude B. Warner, Eu
gene, art collector; Anna E. Bag-
stad, Forest Grove, author; Eva E.
Dye, Oregon City, author; Mary
Carolyn La vies, Portland, author;
Anne Shannond Monroe, Portland,
author; and Cornelia Marvin, state
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3 room house, acre o f ground,
close to school— $585. Good terms.
See G. E. Fox, Central Point, Ore.
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