Mail Tribune 100, April 29, 1922 continued
April 29, 1922 continued
JOHN F. MILLER NAMED ACTING P. M. FOR J’VILLE
Jacksonville has a new acting postmaster, as Louis Ulrich, present postmaster whose term expired last June and who has been holding over until his successor is appointed, received a telegram last night from the post office department at Washington, accepting his resignation and announcing the appointment of John F. Miller to be acting postmaster until the appointment of a permanent postmaster is made. The change takes place Monday, May 1.
... The examination of the half dozen Jacksonville aspirants for the county seat post office was held some time ago, but no appointment has yet been made of Mr. Ulrich’s permanent successor, because the list of eligibles has not been reported by the civil service commission. The fact that John F. Miller is one of the candidates for the appointment, has been appointed acting postmaster, has the other candidates guessing.
DISCUSS PLANS TO BOOST CO. FAIR
The part which the merchants of Medford will take to make the county fair a success next September will be one of the topics up for discussion at the dinner meeting of the Retail Merchants Bureau next Monday evening.
Committees of the bureau will solicit merchants on Monday morning to purchase dinner tickets for a series of eight monthly meetings. These will cost $5.00 per at the rate of 62 1/2 cents each. The meetings will be held at the American Legion hall on the first Monday of each month with the exception of July, August and September when they will be dispensed with and the affair of the bureau will be delegated to an executive committee.
The trade expansion committee will have a report on Prosperity Week program.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
If you have a radio, tune to Portland on Friday evening from eight until nine o’clock and hear the Geo. Olsen Hotel Portland Orchestra in the latest dance hits. They use Buescher saxophones, trumpets and cornets. Inquire at Palmer Piano House about Buescher instruments.
According to news dispatches from Roseburg a check of the broccoli season shows that in spite of adverse conditions the Douglas Country crop was a complete success. More than $100,000 worth of outside capital was brought in by this crop, 115 carloads of broccoli were shipped out and a large part of the crop was canned. Growers feel encouraged and are planning on planting a larger acreage next year.
— Alissa Corman; email@example.com