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P oint H erald
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C entral P oint . J ackson C ounty , O regon , T hursday , .J une 25, 1914
Willow Springs Grange Picnic
W AbE REDUCTION ADVISED
W ill co -o p e ra te w ith you on a n y
p ro p o sitio n fo r ti»e b e tte r m e n t
o f C e n tiu i P o in t a n d it s v ic in ity
V olum e
W EE K LY INDUSTRIAL R EV IEW
N umber 9
Work G its to 150 Eo.vns
The little hills around K an e’s Creek
The rapid change in educational m eth
Shingle VanLfjCturers Plan to Meet were jubilant with m errim ent on S a t
Oregon Development News in Line of ods in the United S tates is nowhere ill
urday last when th e Willow Springs
u stra te d bettei than in Oregon, where
Industries, Payrolls. Etc.
G range held their annual picnic. N?ver
the institutions of higher education are
could a fellow feel more truly w hat was
longer content to dispense know ledge
Huerta-Carranza Delegates Brought
Seattle, Wash.—A meeting of shin m eant in the m an who sung long ago Sect’ders from Western federation
■ only upon th eir campuses, but are leuih-
S ta tis tic * . P o rtla n d . O reg o n .
gle m anu facturers of the state for the th a t “ I t ’s always fair w eather when
i i t g the state at large through lecturiS,
Together in Informal Conference
Reject Peace Overtures
purpose of recommending ways and good fellows g e t t o g e t h e r .’’
Salem. Ore., Ju ne 22. The announce extension classes and special literature.
means to com pete with British Colum
The morning came with uncomfor-
Butte, Mont.—Seceders from the ment is made th a t by an agreem ent be It is the purpose no: only to continue
N iagara Falls, Ont.—Through the bia m anufacturers, held here, resulted
table skies, but as the crowd gathered , W estern Feedration of Miners have tween the departm ent o t Economics of this form of teaching hut to bn ai en
Invitation of the United S tates gov- in the decision th a t th e best way to and begun to send cheer into the hills,
launched an Independent m in ers’ un the Stare University and th e Central ap3 improve it. so th at advanc'd study
ernm ent and th e good offices of t h e ! m eet the situation was to reduce the the clouds broke and the sun warmed
ion, rejecting peace overtures of P res Labor Council, a campaign will be tak- facilities may be at the disj o al of any
three South American mediators, rep wage schedule. A report embodying up to the occasion, and certainly, not
ident Moyer and associates and elect en up to solve the problems of unem- j community in the state,
resentatives of the two w arring fac this view was presented.
since the f a n e s danced under the trees ing as tem porary president M. Mc ployment.
A summary th a t shows how fa r the
tions in Mexico—the constitutional
It is generally understood th a t a in th e long ago, did any crowd have a Donald.
o u ^ id e teaching has proceeded
ists and th e H uerta governm ent— new schedule of wages am ong the b e tte r time.
A m ass meeting was attended by 000 are to be rebuilt.
' n Oregon will soon be issued by the
soon will be brought face to face in shingle m anu facturers of th e state
Most of the m em bers of the Grange 5000 miners. The report of the exec
Mood River county will voteon a $75.- University of Oregon. In the last nine
an informal conference, distinct from will be put into effect on July 1. The were a t the picnic. At noon the whole
utive committee, in whose hands had
U niversdy teachers have visit
000 bond issue for the Columbia high- i
the mediation proceedings.
comm ittee appointed at th e meeting company sut around a large table laid
been left the drafting of the insurg way.
ed 150 Oregon towns, of which number
To save Mexico from fu rth er spol did not make such a recommendation, on th e grass. They were one big fa m
e n ts’ policy, was adopted without
63 towns I ave been visited more th an
iation and th e possibility of a foreign but put th e question to th e individual ily. The eats were pooled and the hun change.
Portland millers are to be allowed to
once. Ylighteen departm ents have been
war, the constitutionalists apparently m an ufacturer to act as he th inks best. ger of all was satisfied. The whole g a
No official recognition was ta ken of bid for arm y supping.
represented in extension lecturing. The
have been prevailed upon to meet
m ut of human ta s te s was considered. the W estern Federation.
Sellwood is to have the first wing of total attendance at lectures has been
th eir co untrym en—th e H u erta dele
Eggs,and the hens th a t laid them, were Moyer had no representatives present a large hospital built.
The Presbyterian Social Affa ir
1 about 40,000. The number of lectures
g ates—in a peace conference whose
on the bill of fare. Even the “ Colonel” to offer compromise and his apparent
Mercy hospital, Eugene, will build a under auspices of schools has been 141
object shall be the ending of the
who furnished the spice for the occasion advances in asking for the resignation $15,000 train in g f c ’.ool.
since Jan u ary 1, this year; under aus
civil strife which has divided Mexico the “ little brown chu rch ’’ where the m et the needs of his app etite from the
of all local m in ers’ union officials did
pices of granges, 17; under libraries.
in the last 18 months.
deviled eggs to angel cake. T here was not win even consideration from the building.
14; under patent-teacher associations,
The plan which the mediators have evening. A rran gem ents have been com a community table with a community- Insurgents.
20; under women’s clubs, ' l l ; under
worked o ut is to confine the formal
Unofficially It was declared th a t the
church social organizations, 6.
mediation conferences to a considera Y esterday Rev. A rth u r Basham, the
A fte r the meal and a desired rest, the seceders’ reasons for not accepting erected
. . . .
, Medford has illustrated how s ta te uni-
tion of international questions, tr e a t pastor, succeeded in gettin g a new piano crowd begun to feel “ s p o rty .” Some
Eugene is laying 21,600 feet of w ater
advances from the federation officials
A . 3 * '
versity extension service may be used.
ing with the H u erta and American for the church tog ether with a fine sup climbed the hills and echoed their calls
m u . i extens-io.is.
delegates on th ese points. On inter ply of song books. He has also secured to the wilds. O thers arranged sack tional as well as local officers and a
Charles Bordeaux of the American ganized under Professor F. G. Young,
nal questions th e H u erta and consti a new Edison Vietrola for th e e n tertain - races, tu gs of w ar and even horse races
strong desire not to be affiliated with Brewing Co., of Baker, has been look an extension class in sociuli g y ; lias held
tutionalist delegates would be ex
of which Miss McN asser was easily any national organization.
ing up a location a t F ort George, B. C. one community conference with Dr.
pected to confer alone. The m edia from Medford, but they will not be al th e winner. Late in the afternoon, the
Marshfield voted $15,000 for a high Clifton Frem ont Dodge and Dr. Bertliu
tors and the American delegates thus
crowd broke up and merrily returned to
Baseball S tar Arrested.
S tu a r t as directors, covering one week;
would not interfere w ith the settle “ speechm aking.” I t is to be a jolly their task s in their respective homes.
Detroit, Mich.—Tyrus Cobb, base
has had a city survey by Don C. Sow-
m en t of the problems confined to the
ball hero and outfielder of the Tigers, ing of officials of labor boards a t Port- ! e r s - professor of municipalities and
Get out to the P resbyterian church at
country, but th ey would lend their
was arrested for drawing a revolver land to consider needed labor legisla- h'Bher accounting; and has asked and
Letter from Lawrence Brown
counsel w h en ever it would be help
on a butcher who, Cobb declares, had t on.
been given 11 lectures, This service lias
T h a t the “ Dutch Boy’’ is making
ful, and, of course, point out under
Insulted his wife.
Milwaukee will get a one dollar gas been entirely free and is open to any
w hat conditions recognition would be see the doctor, and then pome along to good in the air as he did on sea is shewn
the place where there will be something by a le t te r to his fath er, J . J. Brown
ra t? from the Portland Gas Co.
J. J. Hill is Doctor of Laws.
doing every minute of the time on Fri in which he tells of his progress. F.
Hop grow ers met a t Aurora and pro-
St. Paul, Minn.—Janies J. Hill wan
lowing is the letter:
League to Back Oregon Industries day evening.
honored with the degree of doctor of tesled against putting up their indus
I am gettin g along fine in my flying,
The a r t of not hearing should be
laws by Macalester college a t the
A new organization, The Oregon In
To Open 2 8 4 ,0 0 0 Acres ¡n Oregon 1 have caught up with the other two commencement exeitfi :,es of the col ! a popular vote.
learned by all. There Hre to many
dustry League, has recently been form
who had tw o weeks s t a r t of me and am lege.
Approxim ately 581,000 acres of land
A franchise has been granted the th ings th a t are painful to hear, very
ed in Portland, the object of which is
ahead of them in one respect. 1 carried
Pacific Power and Light Co., to build 4 many of which if we heard, will disturb
to conduct an educational campaign for in California and Oregon have been set
B rie f N e w s of the W e e k
“ >■* ">0™
miles of s t r e e t car lines in Clataop the temper, corrupt simplicity and mod
th e extension of the use o f Oregon- aside by the Interior D ep artm en t under one ° f th e "> 83 *
ing for a short distance, th a t is some
esty, d etract from contentment and
j county running from Astoria.
m ad e goods of all kinds, fo r th e en the enlarged homestead departm ent.
th in g they h av en ’t done yet. I feel
Seceding miners In Montana declare ! The Portland Central Labor Council happiness. If some person falls into a
couragem ent of all lines of industry in The designations include nearly 300,000
very proud of myself although there
violent passion and calls us all m anner
they will Ignore the W estern F edera
this sta te and for the moral and finan acres in California and 284,000 acres in
is agitating an initiative bill to annul
a g re a t many things to be learned yet. tion and organize a new union.
names, a t the word we should shut
cial backing of all Oregon institutions.
the franchises of the Portland Gas and
We have all made short flights by our
our ears and hear no more. If in a quiet
The rebel gunboat Tampico was
L. Samuel, for many y ears prominent enlarged homestead act lies in the dis
voyage of life we find ourselves cau ght
sunk in battle with the federal gun
as a leader on the movement for the trict of C entral Oregon south of the
You alw ays said an aviator looks as boat Guerro, and 20 men were killed i fused to repeal.
in one of those domestic whulw inds of
sup po rt of Oregon industries, has been
Dallas voted fair grounds and septic scolding, we should shut our ears as a
act the settlers may homestead 320 though he is half dead when he comes and wounded.
elected president of the organization.
ta n k bonds.
down a f t e r a long flight. 1 don’t doubt
sailor would furl his sail and make all
The “Lulu Kardo” dance, which is
Th» campaign will be carried on acres of land instead of th e usual 160 it a t all becauae it taxes you mentally
Force of laborers doubled on the Hill tight, scud before the gale. If a hot,
through publications in the state, and
and physically when th ere is a wind says a New York dispatch. The dance j I terminals a t Flavel.
restless person begins to inflame our
the league may in time establish a pub bered and nonirrigated.
blowing, bu t when it is still, there
is said to be really a lulu.
Lane county hop crop this year will feelings we should consider what a mis
lication of its own. Meetings of all
chief the firey sparks may do in our
Chicago passed through the coldest be $350,100.
Arrivals at Vera Cruz from Mexico nothing to it. I t has the ocean skinned
kinds, where the league can properly
said P resident H uerta and Sir for roughness a hundred ways. I t takes day reported in Ju n e for m any yearn,
Albany loganberry drier handled 8000
below, where our tem per is
send its speakers, will be covered and
j kept, and instantly close the door. If
Lionel Carden, the retiring British “ PerBon with 8 stead y n e rv ‘i 8nd 1 the th erm o m eter registering 53 de pounds a day.
all large conventions in th e sta te will
minister, had quarreled. H uerta for- cleal' he*d 8t a11 tlmes to operate a ma
Eols will have a $5000 church.
j ,l,1 the thin«3 a M o t ° " e by
be attended by its delegates. Twenty-
ill-natured idlers were brought home to
Kansas sweltered a t 105, and a nura- j
merly tried much of Sir Lionel’s ad- j c^ 'ne successfully.
one leading civic and commercial o rg an vice
The 1914 wool crop brought Oregon j h i m h e w o u i d be a mere walking pin-
| You will find enclosed a couple of ber of prostrations In the wheat fields
izations of the city and s ta te sent dele
T h e e state of th e late Adlal Steven- pictures of the machine I am figuring were reported because of the w eather ) $2,080,000.
. cugj,ion, stuck full of sharp rem arks.
g ates to assist in th e establishment of
son, which is valued at $100,000, will on Retting to s t a r t with, th a t is, if
Mrs. Hogue will build a $200,000hotel
If we would be happy, when among
th e new league and it is to bring to its
Six established lines already have a t Eleventh and Washington s treets , good people we should open our • urn;
be shared by th e th ree children of the can a rra n g e for it with Mr. Martin,
assistance practically every organiza
form er vice-president of the United w ithout putting up a sum of money to served notice upon the Panama canal Portlund.
j when among bad people, shut them. It
tion o f im portance in the state.
s t a r t with. I expect to work on a com
m anagem ent of their intention t o '
I t is claimed th a t the $1500 tax ex is not worth while to hekr w hat our
T h e degree of doctor of laws has mission. I haven’t said anything to him make regular use of the waterway.
em ption for “ every person” would al neighbors say about our children, what
The Socialist p a rty is initiating a bill been conferred on General William as yet, bu t am waiting until I receive
The progressive party in Oklahoma low whole families to take out $1500 our rivuls say about our b iciness, our
to tax e states and create a fund for the Crawford Gorgas. chief sanitary of- my license
has decided to put a full s tate tick et apiece arid virtually establish the single dress or our kin. Ashland Tidings.
unemployed, to be administered by the fleer of the P anam a canal and Rumulo
L a w ren ce B row n .
In the field this fall, headed by Jo h n | J nd U x jn Oregon.”
S ta te Labor Commissioner, authorized S. Naon, Argentine am bassador to the
P. iiickam as candidate for governor. j
Astoria is to have th e most powerful
to build railroads and public works of United S tates and one of the "A. B.
Ardent suffragettes a t Vancouver.
The Oregon grain crops are estim ated
In retireing from mv dental i r a i t i c e
C.” peace mediators.
In Central Point, I wish to express to
ing of “God Save the King.” T hey \ Agriculture.
rise and tu rn th eir backs on the audl- j By a vote of 12 to 1 Portland voters my patients a kindly thought in the r e
ence when the national an them is j de fe a te d free textbooks. The industry lations severed by my relit ing. Friends
struck up In the th e a tre s frequently. i 0 f s t a te published textbooks is to be I thank you.
In behalf of my successor, Dr. S. A.
W ar to the knife against the feder- es abluhed n e x t year.
____ . i __j# df _ a . third
. . I _i
Mulkey, who was a bo)boo I college as
als - with the . . formation
The new q u a it e r of a million feet a sociate, 1 wish to say he is an excellent
league in organized baseball as the
first blow was practically decided on d r y electric sawmill of the Booth-Kelly j ,|e n tist, one I can honestly lecommend
s given a trial | to the people of Central Point and
here when the national baseball com-
, southern Oregon in general. He is a
mission m et In conclave with more t ie past week.
pains-taking gentleman end thoroughly
than a score of leaders in the organ- !
, proficient in dentistry. I shall lie de-
Battle With Yeggs
i lighted to know he has ro t lost the pal-
The New Je rse y progressive Btate |
J i m and W alter Garvin, of Talent,en
! renege of any of my patients und g a in
com m ittee and chairmen of the coun
gaged in a shooting duel Tuesday night
ed many whom I had not served.
ty committees, at a conference, went
a mut midnight, with three yeggs, who
on record as opposed to any am algam
With best wishes to one and all, I am,
w -re i tte m p tin g to rob the Talent post-
ation with the republicans or any o th
office. When discovered the robbers
er party In the coming primary and
D r . E . D a v is .
w ete i rej.aring to crack the safe, and
Central Point, Orgeon, Ju ne 22, 1911.
ha I secured 30 cents left *n a money
dr iwer. One of the yeggs cut his hand
Atrist to Fry the Simple life
P e o p le in the N e w s
in leaping through a back window, and
Wednesday morning, a man with his
Joseph Knowles, the Boston a rtist
Mayor Curtis of Portland, Me., won hand tied up was seen going on a freight
| who stripped himself to the skin,plung
the democratic nomination for g o ver train to w a rd s Ashland. The Ashland
ed empty hHrided into the New England
nor by a good margin.
i police were n itified.
woods and spent two months there, liv
President Wilson named Mrs. Onice
The G arvin’s first heard the safe
ing like a.savage to prove what can I»'
B. f'aukln, an original Wilson sup crackers when th ey were breaking into
porter, receiver of public moneys In the S. P. section tool house,w here they done by primitive man, is on his wny to
Mount Shasta to repeat his performance.
secured a couple of picks and a sledge
“ Some people said ,’’ he explained,
The British governm ent has o rd er hamm er. They took their Winchesters
a t I succeeded in New England b e
ed a warship to Durazzo, Albania, to and followed t h e trio. For a time they
insure the safety of Prince William 1 lost track of th e i r prey, but finally lo cause I was acquainted with the Maine
and his family. O ther nations will cated them h a m n e r i n g away a t the woods. I w ant to show th a t I can do
send w ar vessels to the scene, it is poatof Ice safe. V/hile they w ere de the same thing in a wilderness with
which I am unfamiliar.
ciding on a line of action, the lockout of
“ I will wear only a breech clout aril
John P. W eyerhauser, oldest son of the g a n g came o u t from the doorway.
compel the woods to give me h living.”
| Th*- two w atch ers ordered him to halt
The Old Reliable,
president of the company at the a n and Le replied with a shot from a six
nual meeting held a t Tacoma, Wash.
shooter. The Garvins returned the fire, Real Estate I’ealer Driven f rem Town
Admiral Fletcher, who has been In sod seven or e ig h t shots were fired.
A reception committee of Canyonville
Mexican w aters for more than a year, Th>* two on the inside kicked out a back consisting of the leading men and wom
will return to Washington to confer wii .«low and made their escape, being en of Wolf Creek, escorted Rev. W. (5.
with S ecretary Daniels and the p re s i joi u d by the lookout, who ducked around (Smith, the real e s t a t • agent of Wolf
the side of the building under the Gar- Creek, to the depot and put him on
A Chinook salmon weighing 87 vir fire. The three ran towards the board north-bound passenger train No.
pounds was caught In the lower Co Th ilroad track a r d escaped.
14. The women administered a horse
lumbia by H. P. Nelson, a glllnet; er.
T he shots woke up the town, and a whipping to Smith, w h il- th e men tried
the fish may cap tu re the $30 prize I same w as organized. The police of all to see who was the best shot with stale
offered by S'-hmidt Co., of Brookfield, t be to w n s and the sheriff’s office were eggs. Smith was informed th a t should
for the largest salmon which will be
to be on the lookout for the he return, ta r and feath ers would be
sent to the fair at San Francisco next
the nex t degree.
$5.25 Per Sack
W e Unloaded a Car Last Week.