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Owing to the non-appearance o f a
Mrs. L. L. Love is quite sick with
quorum, the council meeting Monday
Mrs. Eleanor Birknolz of Willow evening was adjourned until next Tues success, there was a large crowd and
day evening, March 13th.
Springs was in Central Point Monday.
all reported a good time.
Dennis Duggan of Sams Valley was
Mrs. Fradenburg, of Hornbrook.Cal.,
C. S. Sanderson of Central Point has
is spending the week in Central Point near death Saturday night at the Dow been spending a few days at the home
a guest o f Mrs. Julia Owen.
o f his son Chas. Sanderson.
B. L. Dodge of the Kiverside ranch,
Florence Walker was a Central Point
TheLadiesAid of the M.E. church will
was transacting business in this city have a home coming of the members visitor the first o f the week.
and friends at the partonage on Wed
Miss Fern Beebe returned Saturday
E. B. Kaimey, a cattleman of the nesday, March 14, at 2:30 o ’clock. Re and haa re-opened her school after a
Debenger Gap country is spending a freshments will be served and a short week’s vacation.
few days here.
Mr. Lucus who has been spending the
John Albert has moved his piano winter at the home of his son Elmer
W. J. Rodgers, merchant of Beagle,
was a Central Point visitor the first of from the Y. M. C. A. building to the Lucus has returned to Eastern Oregon.
Christian church, where it is being
Oscar Rodgers has bought the old
used during the revival services being
Bert Nichols of the Tolo district was conducted by Rev. Tucker.
church building and is tearing it down.
a Central Point visitor Monday o f this
Lester Rodgers is helpieg him with the
Dr. Mulkey is planning to leave Mon work.
day on an extended trip to Dallas Sher
T. C. Gains, well known cattleman idan, Monmouth, Mt. Angel and Port
C. C. Sanderson and family and Mrs.
o f Trail Creek was in Central Point land. He expects to be absent a week Frink and little Ruth were Central
Monday looking after business matters. or ten days, during which time his o f Point and Medford visitors the first of
Buddy Lawrence o f the Medford fice will be closed.
Cleaners and Dyers was hustling busi
In order to better accomodate its
Mrs. Arthur Jones began her school
ness in this city Tuesday.
many patrons the Central Point barber at Antioch Monday.
A week’s vaca
John Brenner, one o f the prosperous shop has added another chair to its tion was given on account o f the bad
ranchers north of Central Point, was equipment. Mr. Gleason has secured weather.
the services of Mr. Hoover to assist
in town Monday.
Another social event that was much
during rush hours and Saturday eve
Mis-i Rose Herminghiuse has return nings.
enjoyed took place at the home of Mr.
ed from a month’s visit with friends at
and Mrs. Bob Pollard last Saturday
Faber, the grocer, has set a splen evening. The evening was pleasantly
did example by putting in a hitching
Forest EJmeads is leading the sing rack on the vacant place between his spent with music and playing five hun
ing at the Christian church revi -al store and the Herald office. Move such dred after which a fine lunch was serv
meetings. Don’ t fail to attend these hitching racks are badly needed for the ed. Those participating were: Mr. Lu
cus and wife, Arthur Jones and wife,
accomodation o f the farmers who pat Ohai. Sanderson and wife, Miss Fern
F. Hatfield, assistant in the Central
Beebe, Mr. Marquis and Mr. Vestel of
Point State Bank, is still quite ill and
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Palmer the first Beese Creek.
Miss Elsie Durran, a trained nurse, has of the week received a short visit from
been secured to look after his welfare. their son Leslie L. Palmer, who has
Public Health Notice
been living in British Columbia. Leslie
has been manager at Vernon, B. C., of
All families using well water for
the large ‘ ‘Cold Streams” estate, but
is now enroute to Twin Falls, Idaho drinking purposes are advised to boil
where he has accepted a position as the water twenty minutes before using.
manager o f a large orchard and farm,
Dr. McM. M. Dow
Superb D a h l i a s
located near that place.
Central Point Health Officer
Eight named and labeled bulbs
T. E. Baulieti, a progressive farmer
for $1.00 postage prepaid, assort
o f the Table Rock district was in town
Notice to Patrons
ed colors and classes —Cactus, Pe
Tuesday looking after business matters.
ony and Decorative.
Mr. Baulieu states that he is cutting
list from 20c to 50c each. 12 un
down his beet acreage this year on ac
As business will demand my pres
labeled, all different, my
count of his last year’s experience with ence in the Willamette Valley for a
selection for ...................
wire worms. He plans to combat the week or ten days my office will be
pest this year by sifting ashes and run closed during my absence.
ning them through the drill with the
R H. PAXSO N
D r . S. A. M ulkey .
seed, as ashea are known to kill the
P A X S O N ’S
Regular Auto Service Between
C EN TR AL POINT
M EDFOR D
Effective Friday, January 26th
Daily Except Sunday
Leave Central Point
8.00 a. m.
8.00 a. m.
9.30 —Sat. only
12.30 p. m.
12.30 p. m.
Sat. only —3.00
3.30--S at. only
leave Central Point
9.00 a. m.
1.00 p. m.
9.30 a. m.
12.30 p. m.
OneWay 15c, Round Trip 25c
20 Rides for $2.00
W . L. Lewis, Proprietor
Taxes are Due
Let us show you how you can make your
Farm W o rk Easy and
Save Money & Labor
An E lectric M otor will work harder and more steadily and give you
less trouble than any horse or engine you can buy.
We can Furnish
You, for less than & the cost of a good horse, a M otor which will last a
life time and give you not one moments trouble. You won’ t have to feed
it, and it costs nothing at all when it isn’ t working. It will do the work
of six men at less cost for current than the wages o f one. It will run
day and night and turn out eight times the work o f a horse, and it is
M ore R eliable than Old Dobbin, too. It doesn't get tired, stop to eat,
and never gets sick.
Are you taking advantage of our service?
It costs nothing to investigate
California-Oregon Power Co.
216 W. Main St.
ASK YOUR GROCER OR BUTCHER FOR
Crisp, Sweet Breakfast Bacon
Spicy, Succulent Ham
C E N T R A L POINT P A C K IN G CO.
The first half o f state, county and
city taxes are now due and will become
delinquent April 5th. If not paid on or
before that date, the amount due car
ries interest at 1J per cent per month
to November 5th, when a penalty of
5 per cent is added.
Taxes may be paid here at the Cen
tral Point State Bank.
In order to
prevent the usual loss of money suffer
ed bv the banks who have heretofore
handled the collections gratis, a charge
of 15c will be made for each collection
to protect the banks.
Tho Jolly Entertainers, who are
to play at the opera house, are
without a doubt the most clever
troupe o f juvenile performers on
the road. They come from the
Children’s Home at Dos Moines
Every child is taught music,
both vocal and instrumental, and
the home is supported by means
o f concerts and entertainments
given by these children. Watch
for the free hand concert ' and
street parade. They will be at the
Central Point opera house, Mon
day and Tuesday evening, March
12th and 13th.
Have you heard Forest Edmeads the
singer at the Christian church revival
meetings? Make it a point to attend.
D. C. Grim is still in Corvallis,
where he is visiting a son who resides
there. Mr. Grim is enjoying a much
Medford Cleaning and
No. 8 S. Central,
Leave all work at
D. C. G R I M , P R O P
All kinds of Hauling.
Freight handled, baggage
transferred, moving, etc.
All orders recive prompt
and personal attention.