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About Central Point American. (Central Point, Or.) 1925-1927 | View This Issue
THURSDAY, JANUARY 7, 1926
CENTRAL POINT AMERICAN
The present is a mining era o f let’s have something with red labels
Mrs. Jenny Merritt of Gold Hill,
Miss Kittredge enjoyed a visit
BACK TO SCHOOL
Edited by Southwestern Oregon Min unbounded proportions. There is on ’em; a good label goes a long was a guest this week o f Mr*. B.
Wednesday from her parents who
probably more money available for way with me, he sex.
The student« who were honie for
B. Sanderson, her daughter.
were on their way from Portland to
legitimate mining .today than ever
(fhristmas have gone in vwrtoue dir
Say Mr. Editor didja buar the last.j
their home at Klamath Marsh.
C h a n g e i B e ring
Wrought in Metal before in the history of the world-
The W. R. C. m n cb «a iff Central
ections to their temples o f learning
turner? Well they say wamv o ’ them
M in in g
Large capitol is looking for devel "blues’' come to claw last Sunday Point are invited to be guests at a
'The jury in the case of Walter |*> complete-.U r i -year's work.
The doors leading into 1926 are oped properties— properties where without beard or m a il!!
dinner given today at Mwtfford by I (k'illiams gave in a verdict this mom-
ajar and within a few brief hours the one is blocked out and all factors
Buttons covered at t a tier's.
Say the race 'tween the reds and th$ W. R. C. of that place. Eight ink o f guilty of the charge which
they will be flung wide open to .the are known. Owners o f properties blues is sure a runnin neck an neck of our ladies are in attendance.
has placed him in the hands o f the
world. TRc year Just closing has of this character need have no fear — an no body s been beat roor’n two
A local alarmist insists that th*
courts Tar some time.
been a prospuauus «one in the realm but whst there is-« market,.provided nan, but boy; watch everybody's
The Masonic and
number o f "R ed #/' »re increasing at
o f metal mining .aw! everything indi reasonable business proposition are smuqe next Sunday. I seed a feller ■ttetabers were privileged to listen to
Mrs. I. G. Shaw left Sunday eve an astonishing rate, and as a result
cates that 1926 will be vastly more made. With large .capita! available tother day and he »<*d over 300 en a very interesting address on the
ning for Tacoma. Washington, where certain o f our business and prefee
prosperous. Dividends have been for developed properties, it natur rollment cards are out an 1000 more history o f the foundation of Mascn-
she was crlled because o f the critical pftoixal »folk qye fc<Hn*-quite blue.
pouring into the laps o f the fortun ally follows that plenty o f money wuz printed an wuz a goin’ like hot; ry at their meeting Wednesday eve
illness o f her mother. Word from
ate shareholders in the big mines of is available to place undeveloped cakt*.
1 see the janitor o ’ the ning. by Mi. Gien fabric, of Med- Mrs. Shaw states that on Tuesday
Mrs. W. P. Grimes is confined to
Utah at the rate o f more than $1,- properties in shape to pass on to the Cowley Hall an’ he sez sez he why toril.
morning the mother was still living her home this week,' beeause o f »ici
000,000 a month.
I) requires no large interests and owners, o f pros we're puttin’ in seats fer 150 fer
Prayer meetings at the Federated though very lo%.
stretch of the imagination to figure pects thus have an opportunity to next Sunday an extra seats will be
out even larger returns during the secure the develoment of their prop handy in case morn that» needed, sez church this week are in keeping with
the World Week of Prayer. Mr.
twelve months to come, unless the erties, provided they are willing do, he.
Randall, superintendent o f Sunday
world's market for the metals— sil be reasonable in their dealings. Ex
Well Mr. Editor they’« eats ahead
ver, gold, lead, zinc and copper— perienced raining money does not an’ somebody's sure marchin’ into school work in southern Oregon has
goes to smash, .and industrial needs work on a hit and rim policy, but the jdb. 1 .don't know whose a goin’ been driving down from Medfuryl to
and commercial expansion are grow on a well defined and conservative to put it up but I know a feller attend and help in the service*.
ing at such a steady, healthy pace line. Those who meet such require what’ U be on the job at the eatin’.
Roy Kelly of Central Point, fell
that such an eventuality is unthink ments should have no difficulty in
B. A. BOQST.EB
o ff the carriage at the lamher mill
securing the assistance they need
Monday night about 8:00 o'clock and
Metal mining conditions every during the current year.
L A N D S E T T L E M E N T ITEM S
was taken to the Sacred Heart hos
where are on the mend— the slum-t
Mine PlaiÎB»ia ur TultmeeD
pital, but was .returned home Wed
bering period has passed and every
Formation o f a million dollars cor
Portland C. o f C.
T U E S D A Y A N D W E D N E S D A Y - — A R T A C O R D ia —
body identified with the industry is poration in London to operate an
The fame of Oregon bas pene
Wide awake and on the go. This Tulameen River in British Columbia trated the Orient, and from the pro-,
applies not only to ¿he .prospectors in placer mining fur platinum, » . r e vince of Chihli, .Nnftkern China, far
C sn.«dy— ’T O V G H T E N D E R F O O T ”
and small owners of prospective ported by Fred A. Starkey, British beyond the Yellow Sea, comes a let
Mr. Lester Spencer wind -Miss
mines, but to the powerful interests Columbia mining commissioner in ter to the l » n d Settlement Depart- Myrna Clark, who spent a part of
TH URSDAY AND S A T U R D A Y — (A N A L L -S T A R «S P E C IA L )
that buy and utilise the metals that England, in a letter to the British m«nt of the Portland Chamber of their Christmas vacation with rela
arc wrested from the ores produced Columbia Chamber of Mines.
“ OFF THE H IG H W A Y ”
m mining, as well. Individual groups
Collapse o f platinum mining in
After years spent in the Mongol ried at Yretail on December 28.
UNIVER SAL COMEDY
of mining properties are being finali Africa, in which British capital had ian land, John Erskine Chen, an
They • will make their home here.
sed and opened up and mergers of invested heavily, has resulted in the European, is about to retire, and is They have the best wishes of their
EVERY TU E SDAY—
many of the smaller groups are be unemployment o f large sums of casting about the World for a suit friends for a long and pleasant
QUR REG U L A R A M A T E U R V A U D E V IL L E
soming of greater anH greater fre money, Mr. Starkey pointed out. able hony jfor 'his family.
In seeking outlet, some o f this
quency— all to the end that unprofit
The inquirer explains in his letter
Did you hear L o r e a s and hi« a c c o r d i o n ?
able undertakings, inadequately fi capital was being attracted to Brit-, that he has a modest income and
nanced or inefficiently handled, may ish Columbia’s best known platinum a family o f three children, who .ore
Title o i Sunday school lesson:
b«> «a v e rte d
into profit-yielding ground, which is the area through at present attending school in Eng "Adoration of ‘ the King.”
•nns ma to the mutual advantage ctf which the Tuhimeeti and Similka- land. Himself a Scotsman, he is o f chapter 2.
C O U N T R Y S T O R E .
W A T C H POR THE
raeen rivers run.— Mining Truth.
Outline— (1) Heralds o f the King,
the impression that England does not
Th.s important change in mining
offer the opportunities for the ris vs. i, 2; (2) flatnsd of the King,
’ B IG P R I Z E
methods has been in process o f con-
ing generation t H it: - hr once did, and vs. 3-8, 12-18; (3) Honor of the
REPORT OF GAME KILLED
sumotion in Utah fo r several years
(W . C. Leever, agent for the State that on accruin'. o f his family and King, vs. 9-T1; ’ (4) Haven for the
pa.«. and is still going .on. Park Game Commission, hands us the fol their future prospects, he feels im King, vs. 19-23.
City, Tintic, Bingham and the Cot lowing record that must be filled' pelled to seek elsewhere for a perm
The study of the Gospel as given j
tonwoods are all exemplars of this out before a new license is issued:) anent home.
by Matthew is very interesting and
— F I E L D S A N D HK> O R C H E S T R A —
most potent sign of the times, nl
Advised by a friend, who at -pres helpful; and if you are not a mem- j
these big district», which only a com State Game Commission,
ent is visiting in China, Mr. Ghn I her of the other Sunday school of j
paratively short time ago boasted of
has written for information on the the city you are urged to join one J
hundreds o f small operating compan
of the Bible classes of our school. S W .W A V .'A W
Gentlemen: I give below a com opportunities of Oregon.
ies— particularly the producers, a* plete report.of all birds and animals
At the morning church service the I
The voice from far o ff China, not
contrasted with those struggling to killed by me during the year 1925, alone predicts a year o f real land pastor’s theme will be: “ The All !
read. «the producing class— the num as follows:
settlement activity for
Oregon. Sufficiency df Gotf.’
ber of active companies is being
In the evening serviee will hi
(I f none o f the below named birds Since New Year’s Day fifty-five ag
gradually but steadily absorbed by or animals were killed merely write ricultural inquiries have come fcnm given the first o f a series of ser-
eorporati'-«is o f
financial “ none” here
all points of the compass to ttae mons on the subject: “ The Spiritual
strength and bility to “ carry on,”
Number Land Settlement Department. Every Significance of the Sermon on the
ai that, while the tonnages o f com
............ • day brings fresh inquiries.
The Mid-Week meeting every
mercial ore from each ia growing
During the montlr of December
W e d n e s d a y e ve n in g nt 8 : 0 0 p. m.
larger all the time, the number of
.....,... thirty-two new settlers, with a cap This meeting is worth your while.
eontributing companies are becoming
........ ital investment o f approximately A short Bible study and prayer serv
fewer and fewer. And that is the (Commonly called Native or Brush $100,000, were reported- The Chi ices. You cun’t afford to mis these
¿hief reason why Utah imirae- are
cago Land company o f Grants Pass, meetings. Public is invited.
The Ladu«’ Aid Society, every
Steadily ‘increasing theiT dividend-
204 South Fir'Street
............ has just sent iif the names o f 13
1st ami DtdThursday afternoon, Mrs.
earning capacities; that is why it be
Bob White Quail
.. ... .. families from other states located m Paul Martin, president
comes possible to tell the world that
.......... the past 60 days.
The Dorcas Society, every 2nd V M A V M W W W m V W W y W Y V V V W M W W V W V V V W W iA A l^
our mines now are paying out more
Thursday afternoon; Mrs. E. E
than $12,000,000,000 a year in div
NEW Y E A R ’S EVE OBSERVED
Shore-birds (state specie#) ............
The Missionary Society, every 4th
idends— and that is the reason why
Stray house cats
Thursday afternoun; Miss Helen J.
next year’s record wiU he r t r s
On last Thutsday evening a large Carlton, president.
H A Y — G R A I N — SEETD — W O O D
Choir rhhenrskl Thursday eve
. , ____ number of people gathered at the
Phone 41 Store
P h o n o . 5 4 R e s id e n c e
What is happening in "Utah is also I hunted in
................ county. Federated church and spent the eve
being planned and worked out in our (If more than one county, state kind ning in a social way. The younger Davisson, director.
If you are not a worshipper else
sister mining states. Colorado has
members of the party entertained where, we earnestly invite you to
o f game in each)
WE BUY POULTRY
grasped the idea and is working fast. Number o f seperate days
themselves, at the hwnr
Mss. 'J. E. join us; you will be most welcome.
'Mu' ■ J. M. Johnson, Pastor.
Claim owners and small operating
on which I hunter) ......................... Boswell until 10 A'ckitk at which
companies in all .portions of that
(Be-sure to fill in this space) time they came to the church where
CH RISTIAN CHURCH
State are being made to see the Date o f report:
they partook o f refreshments.
JESSE L. RICHARDSON
’’TE A M W O R K ”
opportunities ahead and they are
At 11 o ’clock the congregation
Or Common Sense in Success, will j
working. The smelter concerns of
.................................... met in the auditorium for a religious be I. G. Shaw's morning subject and
‘ Y O U R F A C E IS G O O D , B U T IT W O N ’ T G O IN T H E C A S H
moment and the railroads o f the
service which was extended to the
“ The Fraternal Spirit of'the Gospel” 1
state are all “ boosting the game,”
midnight hour and into the w ar
will be the theme .at the evening I
while capitalists, bankers and big in
dustrial concerns are joining hands j Dear Mr. Editor:
Bells sounding from various parts
Say, the little ole home town sure of the city proclaimed the advent of
to bring the metal mining industry
into the limelight again. They have is a cornin’ to the front haint it?
the New Year.
Ole Alexander the Great sure wuz
learned that r.ietal mining is the one
greatest asset of the commonwealth a hankerin’ fer jist what we’ve got A N N U A L T E L E P H O N E M E E T I N G
and they are now boosters for it. when he cried cause they wuz no
They are contributing o f their own place left to conquer.
The directors and delegates *tr»m
That bird wuz way behind the
time, talents and money and un
the sections connected with the
questionably will prevail upon ouV
Mutual Telephone company held
side investors to join them. It is this valley o ’ climate, fertility, min their annual business meeting on
written— and it is coming to pass.
Similar movements are .discern- he’d a plum fergot the rest o ’ the
Reports of the year’ s work were 11
able in Nevada, in Idaho, in Arizona, world as not wuth fiten fer.
read and approved.
California, Oregon. Washington and
Mr. Jones tendered his resignation
Montana. Each and every one af made ’em think he’d gon clean bugs ! as telephone operator, the resigna
thr-n are falling into line and, as
tion to go into qKect February I.
e result it will not be long until in broad day lite.
No „decision as to whom the new )
the individual claim owner, the ( Say he could a jumped into a site operator will be was made as yet.
miner and the small operator will that’d shore a made his pesaimism
Mr. Jones has many friends both I
aee their ships coming in with the turn a backward summersalt an land in a business and social way and his
substance that will repay them for
service in the capacity mentioned has
their life time efforts and make he cud a dropped into the little olw» been first class in every respect. His
them strangen ts want and priva home town last Sunday.
resignation is regretted.
Talk about men! Say Boy! why,
tion and make them independent.
We are unable to see in the offing look a hair Mr. Editor I betcha they
Buttons covered st Faber’s.
any particular evidence of a wild, hain’t a town in the ole U. S. A.
stock-selling orgie; we are unable to
C. X . Sanderson and wife of
visualize a scramble for mining real honast to goodness fellers what
Beagle, were visitors at the home
Stocks representing nothing but sage
here this week.
brush hillsides and shallow holes in a month!
Say! didja see Guy Tex?
the ground, capitalized for millions
Mias Säubert is driving a new '
and selling for hundreds o f thou sir, he had a flamin red tie arrd a
sands o f dollars. There will always red handkerchief a stikin’ outa his
be suckers and sucker lists and coat pocket an s plum rosy outlook
Mrs. L. L. Norcros* returned from
there will always be sharpers to prey on life that throwd a halo o ’ effer-
an the gullible and unsophisticated;' ve-cent Red with variations over ev- 1 Vesalia, California, last Friday night, |
'but we believe the percentage h>, erything in general an the prospoct* [ ‘•/her» she had spent the holidays I
with her daughter.
Mist Norcross \
growing less and less and that the o ’ the “ reds” in particMer.
has again resumed her duties as
real money will be made in the
an the tramp o ’ the "reds’ a cornin' . teacher in the school at that place. :
future through the legitimately
in on Sunday momin' will make the
priced mines and prospects a n d , ole timers think they * a stampeed
Mrs. Price has recently returned
through investrnenU in stock» th-t o’ cattle in town
Why say f wui from Oakland, California, and is
QUALITY and SERVICE’
have established their rights to ree- | a standin in a store tother day an laying the foundation for a new res
Central Point, Oregon
ilience on her lots here. Frank
«gnition and worth.— Mining R e- Guy he comer in and sez sex he,
Clark hat taken the contract for.the j]
«eiew. Salt l-ntae.
I want a ran -•' -tomatoes, he «ox/ wotfc
Centra! Point, Oregon
Dance Every Friday Night
PORTER SIM S LUMBER
Lumber and Building Material
Central Point Feed Store
The Best of Quality
“W e sell merchandise that don’t
come back—to customers that do
WEAVER’S S T O R E