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Local and Personal
C E N T R A L
E L E C T IO N
R ET U R N S
P O IN
O R E G O N .
T il l iiS D A Y ,
N O V E M B E R H.
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People are Waking Up
A party of ladies and gentlemen from
The following is the program arranged
by Superintendent P. H. Daily for the thi; place attended the la it meeting of
Tuesday’s election resulted in
:Harry Smeod arrived from Condon,
annual Jackson County Teachers’ Insti the Eastern Star lodge at Jacksonville
Gilliam County, last Friday.
a majority of 60,000 for Hughes tute to be held at Centra! Point Novem and all report an exceptionally pleasant
evening. Among those present from
Big consignment o f lard cans just ar (rep.) in New York, with re ber 12th, 13th anil 14th:
Central Point were the following:
rived at Leever’s, the hardware man.
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 12.
Mr. and Mrs L. Hatfield, Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Smood and Ellis Clark left publican landslide in Colorado; 9:00 a. m. Opening Exercises.
I. C. Robnett, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. L.
Sunday evening for a trip to Eugene. Idaho in doubt, with eliances R. E. Robinson
Language [ Neale, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Norcross,
Civil Government Mr. and Mrs. Myers, Mr. and Mrs. W.
A few choice 5-acrc tracts adjoining favoring the democrats. Other B. f . ^ilulkey
C Leever, Mrs. Veaght and Mrs.
Central Point fcr sale by Downing & states about normal.
Miss Cornelia Marvin, “ Care of Books" Louella Wright.
W. F. Cameron
Remember that Joe Boswell cleans,
“ ■„Some Defects in Rural Teaching.”
Mrs. Eddy’ s Case.
presses and patches clothing—makes
’ ‘new clothing” out of old clothes.
•1:30 p. m.*’ Opening Exercises.
The ladies of the Christian Church
ly by the New York Wor'd and, simul R. F. Robinson
Table Rock post office will be dis
will give a dinner and bazaar at (he
B. F. Mulkey
History- continued after November 15th, and
Christian Church on Thanksgiving day.
of the country, to the effect that Mrs.
our mail, after that date, should be ad
Your patronage is solicited.
“ The Recitation— dressed to us at Central Point, R. F. D.,
Mary Baker G. Eddy, the discoverer M. B. Signs
M r j F. M. Alford, o f Gazelle, Cal., and founder of Christian .Science, is
Its Ends and Essentials.”
arrived here Sunday evening and will dead or dying, that she is a mental and Chas. II. Jones
The boys observed Halloween in the
spend a few weeks with her parents, , h ica| w'r<a* and that t or months
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 13.
I usual senseless mauner.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Chittenden.
1 she ha been impersonated in her daily
9:00 a. m. Opening’ Exercises.
Rood Supervisor J. I. Fradenberg put
Select a \ rer.ent for your wife or drives by another person, lias been R. F. Robinson
Language I ¡n some ¡r00d work on the road leading
sweetheart from the jewelry stock at branded by the 1 uncord Evening Moni B. F. Mulkey
To be selected \ t0 gams Valley recently.
the Central Point Pharmacy. New and tor, a reputable newspaper published
Two of our energetic farmers have
tl-tf in < i ..cord, N. 1L, Mrs. .Eddy’s home Miss Cornelia Marvin, “ Use of Books”
developed a stand ol bees that swarm
August D. Singler, resident agent at city, as being maliciously false in M. B. Signs, “ Some Laws of Child Life”
at night anu take their hives along.
Medford for Eilers Piano House, was j every particular. By way of substanti-
Not enough rain yet to enable our
in town yesterday looking after the : ating its claim, the Monitor publishes 1:30 p. m. Opening Exercises.
farmers to start their plows.
interests of his firm. His card will be several columns of denials from bank J. H. Ackerman -
Hon. J. D. d w ell was out here Mon
found in another column o f this im ers, state officials and other prominent
“ A Program for the Rural School.”
[ residents of Concord, all of which deny Lincoln Savage - - Mental Arithmetic day in a big autornoble, which caused
much rubbernecking—the auto, not
R. C. Hensley had a lively runaway | in toto that.there is a word of truth in i
Monday, his team becoming frightened , the stories .published. The witnesses R. F. Robinson
at the stockyards south o f' thedespot. |in -Mns- /Eddyls behalf who have been B. F. Mulkey
Several Indians from Klamath Coun
They made a circle of a good part of [ examined by the Monitor are, without
ty camped at Agate last Friday night. |
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14.
the town, wrecking a telephone -pole I exception, friends, neighbors and ac-
It is reported that the drug store a t :
and breaking the wagon tongue before ! quaintances of the illustrious woman. 9:00 a. m. Opening Exercises.
that place did a rushing business that
and in every case their testimony is in J. H. Ackerman, Theory and Practice night at the expense of poor Lo.
R. F. Robinson
Things are sure coming our way.
A complete fine of watches has just direct contradiction to the stories circu
The morning after Halloween we found (
been received at the Central Point
in our front yard a bee hive, presum- ‘
Pharmacy. Call and examine this stock saying that Mrs. Eddy is “ keen of J. Percy Wells -
before placing vour order.
11-tf 1 intellect, strong of memory, a surpris
Some Essentials to School Manage ably well filled with honey, and a fine I
in g illustration of . longevity, bright
squash was roosting on a gate post, |
G. S. Moore is having his billiard and j eyeSj emphatic expression and an alert- Chas. H. Jones
Geography The carving on the squash was so well
pool parlor in the rear o f hisrplace o'f ness rarely to be encountered in_a per
done that it presents a striking like
business refloored, and other extensive son o f such advanced years. ’ ’
ness to the generous donor.
improvements are contemplated. Mr.
Whether or not we accept all of
Moore’ s place is one o f the most popu Mrs. Eddy’s beliefs and teachings, all R. F. Robinson
lar in the city and the (billiard and pool intelligent persons who have taken the J. H. Ackerman
“ The Importance of Little Things.”
department is liberally patronized.
trouble to investigate the history of
D. W. Kuntzen, o f Applegate, ar her cult, even superficially, must ad
F. Robinson - - To be selected
rived Sunday from Klamath County, mit that she has promulgated many
H. Ackerman, State Course of Study
where he has been for a few months truths and that she and her followers
employed on the government reclama have healed the sick and helped human
tion work. Mr. Knutzen is just re ity in many ways without the apparent
Prof. Chas. II. Jones will have charge
covering from an attack of typhoid aid or any material remedy.
of the music.
which he contracted after going east of
Monday evening a reception will be
given to the teachers by the Central
F or S ale —A six-room dwelling in
Point people, at Woodman Hall, with
Central Point, in good repair. Barn,
music and a short program. An ad
Central Point lodge, No. 193, I. O. O. dress of welcome will be given by T. M.
good water, some fruit. A bargain.
cannot tell you the
Inquire at this office.
tf F., will give a grand ball in the opera Jones, and all interested in education
brand stamped on
house on Thanksgiving evening, which are invited.
Ben Little was the successful aspir
Pocket K n ife.
promises to eclipse anything in the
ant in the recent examination for rural
Not so with those
terpsichorean line ever given in Central of Prof. A. J. Hanby, Mrs. Stella
mail carrier from the Central Point
w h o c a r r y an
Point. The best music in the valley Purkeypilo, Miss Elizabeth Gibson,
post officer. The service will commence
will be furnished, the floor will be put Mrs. A. J. Hanby, Miss Carrie Martin.
OUR VE R Y BEST
on November 16 and will serve the
Agate and Table Rock sections. The in finest condition and nothing will be
The instructors for the institute in
The name and rep
post offices at these two places will be left undone that is necessary to add to clude: State Superintendent J. H.
utation are too well
Ackerman, B. F. Mulkey, president j
Known to forget.,
tions will be sent to neighboring lodges
A. H. Boothby, a former pioneer
State Normal at Ashland; Superintend
and a large attendance is expected
resident o f thi3 valley, and for many
ent R. F. Robinson of Multnomah
from all sections o f the valley.
W. C. L E E V flt
years engaged in the lumbering busi
County; W. F. Cameron, Superintend
ness in Jackson County, was in town
ent Ashland city schools; Miss Cornelia
Central Point, Oregon.,
last Saturday accompanied by his son.
Marvin, State Librarian; M. B. Signs,
Value of The Home Paper
They were here looking over som^
Superintendent Medford schools; Chas.
residence property with a view to lo
Good schools, good churches and H. Jones, editor Oregon Teachers’
cating here permanently. - Mr. Boothby
good roads are a grand thing to have Monthly; J. Percy Wells, Superintend
has been living at Fort Klamath for
in a community. In order to have ent Jacksonville schools; Superintend
several years, but disposed of his in
these things people must be educated ent Lincoln Savage, Josephine County.
terests there recently and returned to
All teachers in the public schools of
to take pride in all these. Your home
paper can and will do more to encourage Jackson County are required to be
By DUNCAN M. SMITH
A lusty son was born to the wife of all o f these things than any other present at the annual institutes.
Clyde Applegate, of this city, Sunday. agency. The school children read with
Keep it Out of the Paper
The new arrival tipped the beam at the pleasure home happenings and as they
nine pound notch when he weighed in grow up
become interested and
A barefaced He Isn’t nearly so dan
at the “ ring side,” and his father is useful citizens. Give the children the
“ Keep it out ot the paper” is the gerous as a two faced. lie
said to weigh about a ton since the home paper to read. It costs you but cry which the local newspaper hears
happy event. The H erald has it on 1 a trifle.
The man who wins is his own excuse
almost daily. To oblige often costs
good authority that the young man
considerable, though the party who .for occupying«!!»' earth.
will be named Peter, Jr., to distinguish j
makes the request thinks the granting
him from his grandfather, he who levies j
It always looks so foolish to see an
scarcely worth saying “ thank you” for.
official tribute on the taxpayers of
A newspaper is a peculiar thing in the other fellow suffering with the tooth
j The town council met in regular ses public’ s eye. The •nows gatherer is ache.
Hon. H. Von der Hellen, former sion Monday evening, with Chairman stormed because he gets hold of one
We don’t notice other people's faults
representative from Jackson County, J. W. Jacobs, Councilmen Fox and item and abused because he does no: so much when they are paying close
returned last Saturday from a trip to Owen and Recorder Boswell present, get another. Young . men, and often attention to our virtues.
Walla Walla, Wash., where he a c -' After attending to routine business yonng women, as well as older persons
companied the party of legislators, the-office of Councilman H. Warner was perform acts which become legitimate
The world Is growing better, but not i
headed by Governor Chamberlain, who declared vacant, he having removed news for publication and then rush to at such a rnpld rate that It Is likely to
went to the Washington city to in- from the town, and upon motion S. A. the newspaper office and beg the editor yearn to support you and your family
vestigate the jute mill at the state Pattison was elected to fill the unex not to notice their escapades. The Just out of the goodness of Its heart.
penitentiary near that place, with a pired term.
next day they condemn the same paper
A new hair ribbon Is as dear to a lit
view to installing a similar industry at
The question o f municipal water for not having published another party
tle girl's heart as his big automobile Is
the Oregon penitentiary. Hon. W. I. works was discussed informally, and for doing the same thing they were
to her dad.
Vawter, o f Medford, joint representa other matters relative to the future guilty of, forgetting, apparently, their
tive from Jackson and Josephine coun growth and progress of the town were request to keep out a legitimate news
If the man in the moon isn't a high
ties, was also a member of the party. given attention.
liver, he looks It.
1 9 0«.
on the orchard proposition in the
Rogue River Valley. A good
orchard on the right kind of land
is very attractive.
The right kind of an orchard
will prove a bonanza; the wrong
kind is sure to prove a “ white
elephant” on the owner’s hands.
A man who is not in touch with
the orchard business cannot put
you right on the proposition any
more than a blind man can lead
a blind man. I f you want to
avoid getting left with a “ white
elephant” on your hands, do
business with the
Rogue River Land Company.
They are in touch with the or
chard business, thoroughly fa
miliar with every tract in the
valley, know what each district
is best adapted for, and they
will see that you are put right
in every instance. Every man
who has ever bought through
this agency can sell to-day for a
great advance over his purchase
price. This is e n d o r s e m e n t
enough. Consult any business
man, bank or orchardman in the
valley as to their reliability.
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Hop Gold Beer
Double Stasi pod Whiskey
We will ship you-from 1 to,
4 7-8 gallons o f fine whis
key or beet quality of
By Dozen, Case or Barrel
V. E . Snyder & Co.
M edford , O re .
HOP GOLD BEER
“ The Best on Earth ”
4-l-H- l- l-l-l-l-H- l- l- l- l -l"!' M- l- H - H - l
30 Cents the
Dozen lo r ’em
Granfill & Robnett,
Leading Egg Merchants and
Dealers in Everything.
Teamsters with Teams Wanted
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