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About The American. (Central Point, Or.) 1928-1936 | View Entire Issue (May 3, 1934)
THTO 8 DAY, MAY 3 , HM 4
The AJEEKTCAN. C E N TRA L POINT. ORBOO
By B U D FISHER
WUT T A N D JEFF— Mutt And Jeff Muri Have Been On The Wrong Iceberg
rf_ ^A«UHAST6? a t'tX »e m u s AST*084
■ it> AMD |T3 OUR CHANCE TO ?UU.
T Of TMiSfltoiCN M6*0N AND SAIL.
voR HAWAII BiFOKC DARK,
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Re-astabllshed, Septem ber 13, IM S .
Devoted to the beat lntereau of
Central Point and vicinity.
Entered aa »econd claaa matter at
the -'oat ottica. Central Point, Ore-
con, under the Act ot March 8, 1879.
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WHAT HAPPENED TO
that punch of
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Advertising rates on application.
Offlee— Second Street, o tf Main.
ARTHUR EDWARD POWELL
Editor and Proprietor
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preceding periods, contains
that Ls encouraging.
While prices of farm products,
¡like almost everything else, are still
SC IE N TI FA C TS
B Y ARNOLD
below the pre-war level, they have
| shown steady and sizeable advances
By W. B. Clause, Nurseryman
It is possible for a person, to pro
[since March, 933.
Continued from last week
duce sufficient vegetables to supply
R a in in g f is h /
Cotton, corn, oats, wheat, live
A SHO W ER OF FISH OCCURRED
The behavior of plants under these a who,e iamlly wi,h ,inest of vi,aJ !
stock— they are all up. and In some
min producing foods in a small patch
IN EN 6LAND , I 9 I S , WHEN A SHOAL
cases the years advance was close to [varying degrees of fertility offers a
¡of ground which is often relegated
OF FISH WERE CAUGHT IN A WATER 4
250 per cent. In every commodity valuable guide to the gardener, and
to the storage of old automobiles in
iSPOUT AND SWEPT INLAND BY A
there was some advance.
enables him to use the proper fertil-
OREGON'S TOLRIMT SEASON ON
various degrees of destruction. Anil
STRONG W IND.
That happy experience must be | ¡zer to suit the needs of the particu-
there Is an other angle, THE FLOW-j
laid to a combination of factors. T h e 'la r plants he is growing.
ERS, which give more pleasure to
Third largest In revenue producing
I work o f government in seeking to
When soil becomes worn out it is
produce than anything else.
Industries In Oregon, out-of-state
^stabilize and improve farm markets evidenced by the sickly looking con-
tourist "business' has started lit ear
WHEN TO APPLY
F E R T IL IZ-[
I has been vitally Important. G eneral’ c) it ton and yellow appearance of the
nest for 934, with the Ore. State
business improvement has been a leaves and this is mostly due to lack ERS.— If for instance a leaf crop:
Motor Association reporting a 25%
the .of nitrogen and under this condition such as lettuce, planted very early!
Increase to date In visitors. Pros
I most important has been the work o f j plants grow slowly and do not devel in the spring looks yellow and seenui
pects are that Income from the 1 9 3 1 .4. .
. the farm cooperatives.
o p . In this case it Is well to add Nl- to be making poor growth, it means;
tourist ‘c r o p ’ will exceed by several;
They have done Invaluable work tiate of Soda. Amonium sulfate. that It is not getting enough solu-
million dollars that o f 1933 which, .
. . .
themselves— and they have made 1» This will stimulate the growth of the able NITRATE. The application of!
brought an estimated gross income
.. . .
possible for others, notably the gov- plant in a most wonderful manner. Nitrate of soda at the rate of 1 lb.
to the state of more than 820,000,-;
, . .
t r U M t , to i t U N H work as well. It is better to use the Ammonium to the 150 square feet 's advisable. |
r>!»otgunizeu agriculture is an un- [Sulphate in the summer as it acts Care being not to let the material
This "crop" yearly yields more scalable barrier to progress— it U slower. Phosphorous Is often deflcl come Into contact with the young;
than any other in the state and It next to improsslble to successfully ent and is evidenced by the reduced l*'31118
A m e r ic a n
A FAMILY QUARREL
topped only by the lumber and live- j carry on a movement for any unor- yield o f seed bearing plants such as
A top dressing of well rotted ma-1
S c i e n t i s t s a r e c o / v i -
FOSING A LINQUISTIC ATLAS
stock Industries, With Its compan -1 Kaiuze<! groups.
The cooperative tomatoes and tubers, potatoes, etc. nure is also a very good thing to j
OF THE U.S., GIVING REGIONAL
Ion crop , the annual seasonal trav- haV(J enlisted thousands of members, Acid phosphate should be added to »PP>y to soil.
Sheep and poultry
el of residents within the state, it ,j,ave instructed them In the funda- the soil under these conditions.
[ manures should be used carefully;
exceeds In gross Income even lumber mental* of their problems, and have Plants suffering from lack of Potash "°t more than five pounds to the
and livestock as a revenue producer, giypn (ftp average farmer a new vls- are evidenced by the stunted growth 100 square feet or the young plants [
Extenslve effort Is being made by Ion for the future,
and bronzed color of te leaves. Most WH* be injured in hot weather,
the Motor Association this year t o 1 The cooperative movement will go soils have large reserves o f Potash
There is another condition that is
Impress all citizens of Oregon an d!on , gathering strength and Influence, but are not in soluable form. Add met with occasionally. Where too
particularly those who come Into I It deserves the unqualified support Muriate or Sulphate of Potash In much fertilizer has been applied the
T he tw o heads of
contact with tourist, of the necessity of every citizen.
this case but this should
be added result of which
is the too rapid,
A TURTLE FOUND IN FLORIDA
for "sellin g " the state.
a c t u a l l y f i g h t o v e r Twe
during cool weather.
growth of TOP and poor production
I.ET'N MAKE O U t TOWN CLEAN-
s a m e f o o d f o r it s s i n g l e
Each person who comes into cor.
All this may appear to you as too ot iruit or tubers It indicates too
tact with u tourist Is a potential
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difficult to understand and technical [much Nitrogen. The cure for this
. . . . . .
Right now Spring is in the air,
salesman o f the states scenery and
and It is of course technical but I s !condition is not to put any barnyard
and nature, in her annual awaken
recreational merchandise, Ray Con
understood and learned by manure on the land for several
ing. Is doing her utmost to beautify
way, Secretary-Manager o f the As
years but to use acid phosphate. Ac
this old world of ours. A little help persons o f ordinary Intelligence, if
sociation. has pointed out. It is up
id phosphate should be applied at
on our part would not be amiss.
LAW N MOW ERS
to this state's citizens to convince
If you, however, take the rate of 10 lbs to the 150 square
In the Winter many things are knowledge.
visitors of the advantages to be ob
neglected. Vacant lots, yards and sufficient Inteesrt in the acquire
tained by a longer visit, the added
even streets become unsightly. Now
Will Call for and deliver in Central
enjoyment and recreation that may
Is the time for a thorough spring the most fascinating o f all hobbies
Point— No extra charge
be had by staying only one or two
cleaning. In the interest of better land the most useful.
days longer than planned.
orders at The American
health, safety and improved appear
This additional day or more, if ance.
mining industry — w h e n
taken by the state's 1931 tourist
Such a clean-up campaign Is a
comes back. Not many years ago
population will add several million splendid activity
for civic clubs.
Special this week
thp mines were the greatest employ
the present estimated chambers 0 f com m erce or Boy Scouts
3.1 N. F ir St.
Phone 3 « I
ers and taxpayers In a number of
tourist "crop" Income, he said.
sponsor. One of them will have
< ontrary to Impressions that the to M ium e t|,e leadership in order to states. Their prosperity was respons
Trees. Plant Peaches Now. Should
tourist dolar goes largely into the slart , „ e ba„ rollln(? then obtaln , ht> ible for the prosperity of agriculture
retailers, local industries of all
Watch and Clock
garage or service station
tills for j cooperation o f others.
fetch good price« from now on.
P E R L ’ S
automotive costs, gas, oil or nccos- parkings should be cleaned. Vacant kinds. And the money they "crea
538 S. Fir St.
aorles. or to restaurant* and hotels, |o f, ol(<ar,,d o f n lb blsh. can be made ted” went far beyond state borders,
the merchant o f other wares actually Into healthful playgrounds, parks or ent, re countrv
Established In your community
receive* a lion's share of the tourist gardens. Not the least Important
k f V W W .W W .W W W W W W W V W
A mining revival would be a long
438 \V. «th St.
"crop ". Mr. Conway pointed out.
1 pha„e o f this work is the Jobs It pro-
l i t i E . M a in H»._________
M e d fo rd
step toward good times.
Revised figures show that nearly vide*,
The Vegetable Garden
Try an A d in
T R O W B R I D G E
one-third of the tourist dollar goes
vvh,,n u moven,ent to clean-up.
to clothier., department stores, gro- paln, . llp ull(1 b e a u t i f y s w e e p s
cers, druggists and a host o f o th e rs: „ , rougll a comm unity. It leaves In Ha
who supply Incidentals for the t o u r -;w, ke H hPalthler, safer and more
sanitary town than it found. Prom
Actual division o f the dollar is as the angle o f fire safety alone, It Is
follows: Merchandise, 26 cents; res- worthwhile. In this connection It Is
(stiranti and cafes. 20.5 cents; ho -1 ,n|#PMt|ng , 0 notp , hat the N, „ onal
tela and other lodging places, 17.3 Board of Fire Underwriters reported
cents; automotive costs, 115 cents; that during the year 1932. rubbish
theatres and other places of amuse and litter caused a fire loss o f al
ment. 6 5 cents; railroad transporta most
tion, 7 cents; confectioneries, 6 9 United States.
Let’s beautify our
cents; and street cars, taxes and communities— and save that money
buses, 3.3 cents.
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