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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30. 1926
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER JO. 1926
takes 275,520 bushels wheat to
Salem— Plans ready for building United Kingdom.
first unit o f Tuxedo Park Junior high
Southern Pacific opens Cascade
school, for 500 pupils.
line with round trip excursion from
W esteA Union stringing its wires Klamath Falls to Portland for $7.50,
where old roundabout route cost
from Klamath Falls to Oakridge.
Hermiston — Reclamation service
Lakeview plans complete sewer
will build 645,000 worth o f canals
to be paid for with bond
to serve project.
Enterprise— Black Marble com
Medford— Up to September 17,
pany Jkilf fufnHh 100 tons lime a
1701 cars pears had been shipped
month for Portland paper mill.
here this year.
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Roseburg— Douglas county prune
Grants Pass— Start made, to pick
crop estimated at 14,000,000 pounds,
and ship famous Josephine Tokay
a new record.
Garibaldi— Dredging channel and
Best Oregon Gravenstein apples
sell at Glasgow, Scotland, for $4.62
Medford— Irrigation district bonds a box.
for $140,000 will go to develop
Gold Beach— “ Curry County Re
porter” issues 60-page “ Progress
Estimates show that $2,000,000 Number,” descrptive of Curry Coun
was spent by tourists in Hood River ty’s forest, mining, agricultural and
valley this year.
Hillsboro — New vinegar
about ready to begin work.
McMinnville— Largest walnut crop
in coanty history being harvested.
n e r lot. at a bargain.
Housa for Sola— Now 4-room
>ow, strictly modern, close in, cor office.
Portland— British ship ‘Westmoor’ PHYSICAL
Vernonia— Hundreds o f colonies
of bees will produce 200 pounds
honey per hive.
Astoria— Tract o l land 200 feet
square yields 618 34 bushels cran
Klamath Falls — Weyerhaeuser
Timber company promises to con
struct Klamath sawmill when Oregon
Portland— Hallock & Watson radio
Trunk railroad builds here, from plant will make 500 radio sets a
Pendleton — McKay reclamation
Portland— Multnomah radio bat
dam almost completed, after costing tery factory here employs 20 men.
Medford— New Adventist Rogue
Klamath Falls— Right o f way River Academy opened on Jackson
deeded for 6-mile Miller Island road. ville road.
MJNED BY JUMPING ABILITY
University of Oregon, (special! —
A man’s general physical condition
can be determined pretty accurately
by his jumping alility, according to
a publication of gymnasium test
records just issued by Dean John F.
Bovard and Frank W. Cozens of the
school o f physical education faculty.
The motor ability of students in
the gymnasium classes is being gaged
by a “ leap meter,” an invention of
Professor Sargent o f Harvard. Evi
dence presented by Dr. Martin of
Stanford, showing that the strength
of any one set of body muscles indi
cates the muscular condition through
out, is another factor used in com
piling the material.
The student is asked to jump as
many times and as high as he can
in fifteen seconds. One o f the odd
est facts revealed by evidence o f the
compilation was that there is no rela
tion between a man’s height and his
jumping ability, so that the short
man suffers no handicap in this re
spect, according to Dean Bovard.
Sweet, Tasty Meats
THE CHOICE OF THE LAND— ALW AYS FRESH AND TENDER
“ Quality and Service”— Our Motto
Central Point Meat Market
The Crater Lake season, which
ends next Thursday, September 30,
is the most successful season ever
enjoyed at the world-famed wonder,
far over 80,000 persons having vis
ited the national park from all parts
of the United States and many for
eign countries since the opening of
the season July 1 last. Next Thurs
day forenoon the lodge will be closed
and the other concessions ended, and
the stages will bring down to Med
ford thos» o f the lodge crew o f em
ployes and officials still on duty at
the fag end o f the season. The staff
o f employes has been gradually de
creased since Labor day. It will be
the last run o f the stages, also, for
the season. While the lodge will be
closed and the season officially at
an end,"many local and other people
will continue to make trips to Crater
Lake as long as the weather permits.
— Mail Tribune.
Salem, Sept. 27*Oct. 2
G o th is y e a r— a bigger state fa ir th a n e v e r before
T a k e th e w h o le fa m ily , tra ve l b y tra in a n d save
tim e , m o n e y and n e rv o u s e n ergy .
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G o o d u n t i l .................................................... October 4
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DUCK SEASON TO OPEN
S w ed en bo r g
The noted Riveria park which is
situated between Gold Hill and
Rogue River changed hands Monday
when Manager Elliot transferred his
title to the same to Wm. P. Bolduc
o f Sand Point, Idaho. Frank C. El
liot has operated the Riveria park
for eight years and has built it up to
a point where it is one o f the most
popular resorts along the Pacific 1
highway. It is stated that the trans
action involved about $90 000. The
new owner comes from northern
Idaho and after a survey o f all points
along the west coast finally decided
to stop in the Rogue valley— Gold
Klamath's duck and goose season
opens Friday October 1 at exactly
nineteen minutes past five o ’clock
in the morning, one half hour be
fore sun rise. Nimrods are busy oil
ing and cleaning their guns in antici
pation o f a great season. The seas
on remains open until January 15.
Limit for ducks is 25 in any one
day or 30 in any seven consecutive
days; geese, eight in one day or 30
in any seven consecutive days. Hunt
ers may begin to shoot one half hour
before sunrise and must stop at sun
set.— Klamath Herald.
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Klamath Falls— Building record
Pears with a right color or blush
for August second only to that of
have been found to keep better than
fruit with a dull color. Some of the
Baker— Money raised for new Oregon districts are noted for the
$300,000 six-story hotel.
amounts of blush developed on the
Roseburg— Melrose coal mines to fruit, particularly on Bartlett and
Comice pears. Experiments show
be exploited, and coal marketed
that such fruit holds up longer than
the uncolored. It is less leathery,
Fruit picked in one Oregon orchard
State will receive 7V4 per cent
shows less wilting, and retains its
in the heat o f the day registered 104
royalty, on gold recovered from black
firm texture longer.
degrees, but was reduced by the
sand on Curry county beaches.
night temperatures to 63 degrees,
Labors situation in Oregon good,
says an experiment station report.
with labor demand at peak.
The Nancy Obenchain Residence— This fruit would have carried most
o f the day heat into the storage bins
Mercury mines, in southern Ore
J. O. ISAACSON, Administrator if stored at once. It is safe to say
gon, to install school for miners.
that one-half the precooling cost and
labor can be eliminated by proper
use o f night tempesatures.
Inquire at ibis
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