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 - CO.WTISLHM whore conditions are qulto similar...
CO.WTISLHM whore conditions are qulto similar to those on the Siuslaw, 200 acres of red rcspberrles are now being grown tor tne cannery mare in winch Mr. FRUIT CANNERY AT JtCME Holt Is interested and he snys they grow proliflcally and to enormous slie. The new plant at Cushman Is ex pscted to have sufficient capacity to Building Will Be 60 By 70 Feet . in Dimensions LUMBER IS NOW ON GROUND Plant Will Bo Operated by Private , Panics But Product Will be Han- , 1 . died by EuRine Association care for nil the berries offered In that. locality for many years to come. BRIDGES TO BE REPAIRED The contract has been let for the erection of a cannery- building 64x70 feet in dimensions at ' CUBhman, on tns lower Siuslaw - river, to handle . large output of evergreen black-Dorrles that grow wild in that part of utne county, ana It Is expected that . huckleberries will also be han dled. -.. . - ' The cannery Is being financed by a number of individuals and not by the Kugene Fruit. Growers' association as has been reported, said J. O. Holt, manager of the association, but the . will be handled by the local organization, he said. iHeretofore it has been unprofitable to ship blackberries growing1 in the extreme western end of Lane county .- to the plant at Eugene owing to the -high express- charges, but it-expected that a profit win be made upon them - canning .them near their source and shipping the canned goods out oy rreignt. : STRCCTintES ON TUB Mi'KFNZIE ,'- HIGHWAY WlIJi BE SAPKII Old Snutl Across l,onr Tom nt Klniirn Will Ho Jliunl at' Onco as Sow Ono Is in Vko ' Bridges on the upper McKcnzle river highway will all be repaired and made safer for travel Immediately, according to J. W. MoArthur, Lane county bridge superintendent, who has Just returned from a trip over the highway as far as McKentio Bridge. 65 miles east of Eugene. Mr. McArthur said that the spans at McKensle Bridge, Belknap's cross ing and uiue luver will all be strengthened and the roof of the one at the last named place will be re- DUllt.. The old bridge spanning the Long Tom at Klmlra win be torn down at once as the new bridge built this spring Is now In use. the superintendent reports. The Elmira . highway has been graded up to the new structure

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  1. Morning Register,
  2. 30 Apr 1922, Sun,
  3. Page 8

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