Central Point herald and Southern Oregon news. (Central Point, Or.) 1917-19??, June 28, 1917, Image 2

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    (Central Point Hìrralò
what it would mean to the farm­
ers of the valley if they could
know that at the end of each
P u b l is h e d E v k r y T h u r s d a y
Business Cards
Hr. J. J. EMMENS
S p e c ia l is t —
Eye, Ear. Nose, and Throat.
Eyes
tested and glasses supplied. Oculist
and Aurist for Southern Pacific Kail-
road Company. offices in M. F. & H.
month they would receive a check
.
I,KK I I FRAN KLIN . Editor and Manager
for from $7 to $15 per cow. ac-
A n INDEPENDENT local n ew spaper devoted to
,mt u„.i C'u.'vue cording to the quantity and qual- Co- Bld* - Medford. Phone 567.
.h e interests o f Central
R iv e r Valiev.
ity of the milk. And think how T. G. HEINE, M. D. — Physician
Hy THE H ERALD PUBLISHING CO.
and
Surgeon. Practice limited to eye,
ear, nose and throat. Glasses fitted.
Phone: 303, Medford, Oregon.
E ntered as second class m atter at the post o f ­
fic e at C entral Point, O regon , M ay 4, 190d, accord -
i ri• ; ‘ o an A c t o f C on grers. M arch 3, 1M79.
much nicer it would look to see
the big, long milk wagons pass­
T h is pap er in k ep t on file at the D a k e A d v e r ­
ing along every country road
t is in g V iK M 'Y , Inc.. 427 South Main S treet. Los
A n g e le s and 779 M arket S treet, San F rancisco,
O ur Churches
leading to Central Point EVERY
w here co n tra cts fo r a d vertisin g can la* made.
Subscription Price $1.00 per Year DAY IN THE WEEK !
Presbyterian
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Shall we encourage such an
Sunday School at 10 a.m . Mrs. Hat­
Encourage New Industry industry ? Some say the time is field, Supt. Morning worship at 11
not ripe for a condenser. If not, o'clock. Paul S. Bandy, pastor.
The sugar beet industry desire why not ? If not, when will the
Methodist
to build a new factory in the im- time be ripe ? When some of
Sunday School at 10 a.m. Preaching
mediate vicinity of Central Point, the old stock “ that never be- at 8:00 p.m. Epworth League at 7:00
This year the sugar beet acreage neve in starting anything new” p. m. Prayer meeting will be discon­
tinued for the busy summer season.
is much larger than last year, d ie o ff?
Rev. M. C. Reed, Pastor.
Much money has been put into
What do you say ?
circulation in our town and v i e - -------------------------
Baptist
inity by the growers already,
The Industrial Army
Sunday School at 10 a.m. Preaching
many hoys and girls for the first To Chili Members o f the Intlnstriul at 11 a. m.
time earning big wages hy thin­ A rm y oj Jackson County:
Our State Club leader, Mrs. H. C.
Society o f Christ Scientist. Sunday
ning beets. Last week the offi- Seymour, will be in the Rogue River services at 11 a. m. Sunday School at
cials of the sugar beet company, Valley, July 2 and 3, and wishes to find 9.45 a a. m
in.; ; all under 20 years are
together with Southern Pacific oul whHt l,ro« rt' 8S the
M,,d Kirls welcome. Church edifice, 212 N. Oak-
.....
,
constituting the southern wing o f Ore- dale A ve.. cor o f W. Pine.
Oul (1 a IS, wort? h e r e lo o k in g o v e r gon ’ e great Industrial Army have made.
the ground for a suitable site for
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There are over a hundred club mein-
hers in Jackson County, besides scores
o fo t h e r , in lhe Jack, on County Com
,,
the beet dump.”
The sugar
beet people, hoping to build near Acre Project, in sewing teams, and in
Central Point, figured that it 8everal
»'ood' 1,ve' cann""i
' “"d
we desire to have everyone belonging
W ou ld be to the best interests ot to any o f these organizations attend at
both the to w n a n d their b u s in e s s least one o f the meetings being Sihed-
to select a site near the S. P. cullnty on
depot. Why ? First, it is the workers.
m o s t c e n t r a l p o in t f o r th e fa r m -
the above
date
for our club
»■«*«•**■■ pr° * r“ T
" e J " cour8e
o f preparation, and although it is ini-
possible at this time to announce com-
ers to haul t o ; hence, cheaper
for all concerned.
Second, it Plete pr»«™"18 fur th,8e
several parts have already
would mean th a t on an a v e r a g e cured for each of them.
about
2(10
w o u ld
be
W a g o n -lo a d s
beet harvest.
day
.
A U T O L IN E
Regular Auto Service Between
CENTRAL POINT
AND MEDFORD
Effective Sunday, May 13th
Daily Except Sunday
leave Central Point
7.40 a l . m.
8 30
9.30
10.00 — Sat. only
10.30
11.00 Sat. only
11.30
Sat. (
1.00
1.3 0- Sat. only
2.00
2.30
3.00
4 00
4 30
5.00
Places and dates o f meetings are as
Sat. only
6.00
7.00
7 30
8.00
Sat. or 'v
Ss.t. on
leave Medford
8.00 a. m.
9.00
10 00
10.30
11.00
12.00
1.30
y 2.00
2.. 30
3.30
4.00
4 30
5.00
5 30
6.30
7.30
9 30
10.30
9.50
10.50 — Sai. only
Sunday Schedule
leave Central Point
9.00 a. m.
10 00
J. E Boswell
BARBER
11.00
LOO p. m.
2.00
3.00
4.00
5.00
7.00
8.00
9.00
Men’ s Haircut • 25c
Schoolboys' Hdircul 20c
10.00
leave Medford
9.30 a. m.
10.30
11.30
1.30
2.30
3.30
4.30
6 00
7.30
8.30
9.30
10.30
Laundrv, Clothes ('leaning
and Pressing Agency.
OneWay 15c, Hound trip 25c
20 Rides for $2.00
Centrdl Point, Ore.
W. L. Lewis, Proprietor
d u rin g
"
the Central Point delivery. This
means that 100 farmers will be
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L E W IS
been se-
the fol*°**'
.
, u
„ .
Bell View School House Monday,
A total yield of July 2 , 10:3« a. m.
the e s t im a t e f o r
Medford Public Library
Monday,
d e li v e r e d
200 c a r -lo a d s is
a
The Ashland Chautauqua is coming
in July. Also the Rogue River Round­
up at the same place.
,
,
calltng here every day during
the harvest. Would that help
Central Point ? Or would it help
Ujy„ £ nt P„™h School
B u iU ing-M on -
day, July 2 , s p. m.
Eagle Point School Building Tues-
.
, . „ u
day, July 3, 8 p. m.
VVe want you to come and aid in
making the meetings a success. We
want you to tell your neighbor in club
llH) fa r m - wor^ t 0
sure to attend one o f these
entral I oint if these
ers have to deliver their beets to
(
meetings. Besides our State leader,
we expect to have Wm. Straus or Chas.
tdford, or possibly
a mile Owens,
,
1 now in attendsnee
...
r
at the O.
or SO out o f town ? w rh a t d o A. C. at Corvallis, give a brief ac-
y o u say ?
count o f their work at the college
<t,
,
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where industrial workers are being di-
rected along the paths o f usefulness.
courage this promising industry.
Plans for future meetings and con-
Another big industry that we *«‘8t8 wdl “l8° be ou,lined' and >ou
# 4
9 9 should therefore make it a point to
attend at your nearest meeting place.
Sincerely your*.
G. W. ACER, County School Supi
C. C. C ate , County , ‘ aihologist.
should have is a condenser.
And it should be located in or
near Central Point, because it is
the logical and geographical cen­
ter of the valley. (Jeorge Hilton
has gone to Portland and Seattle
to try to interest the Carnation
Condensed Milk concern in es­
tablishing a condenser in the
Rogue River Valley. Just think
Mason Jars
Economy Jars
Sure Seal Jars
Mason Jar Rubbers
Mason Jar Tops
Economy Caps
Schram Caps
l > We have a complete supply now, hut every­
thing; in this line will be scarce a little later in the
season. BUY NOW 1
Cowley’ s Emporium
“ The Home o f Good Things*’
COWLEY BLDG.
Phone 17