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    THURSDAY, JANUARY 14; 1926
CENTRAL POINT AMERICAN
TAG E TWO
now they "blu es" will win.
¡dent,)
Gu* Newbury; Imposlnt
T here has been quite a bit o f ex­
Spire, (v^pe-preeident), I. E. Schu­ citement shown by the students.
A n lodepsrdsn t Weakly Paper Published at Cantra! Point, Oregon, and
ler; Keeper o f the Long
(They must have seen the drawing
‘'Entered ’’’hvrsday o f eaeb week in the P ottoffice thereof as Second Ciaaa
I (treasurer), I. B. Waltiter; High o f our new school house.)
Matter
; Sheriff (sargent-at-arms), Dick Mc‘
The Central Point girls lost to the
Elhr>*e; Aerial indicators (c.re i'io rv
JOHN B. SHELLY and NETTIE B. SH ELLY, Editor*
- the
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•
- - - Scherer.
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------ Swigar.,
Joe Medford gtrU Tuesday night, Janu-
i
I>^nald;
skipper
o
f
ship,
Horace
I
Paul
Carl
t
-
,
,
CLARENCE SHKLEY, Business Managers
” » i T f f an.,f • nd sa w sir svrvwss
Biom ley; keeper o f the trail, C. C. i Keder. Meetings will be held once ary 13, by a score o f 52 to 7. The
Nov. M-Garland
Nw appointed | I^emon; wizard, J.
W. Johnson; a month to discuss the carrying out Medford girls showed real speed and
SUBSCRIPTION RATES
class while the Central Point girls
Unltwl WstM .«nator bv
Pi!'A, William Hammett; lord* o f the o f the.r "h ig h " ideal*. .
Six Months
and
r uSd
# ■ “
tb"
: forest. J. J. Butcher. O. O. Alender-
The cook , waiter, and waitresses were rusty in there pivoting
$ 2.00 * , Nov.
One Year
is—Fedorai grand Jurv at Chicago f er r . f|. Boyl, E. C. Ferguson, Cole j have formet* a locml union known as guarding.
All Subacription* Must Be Paid in Advance
^dutod ^ t o n A M a ;« o r a n ^ d and M j Ht iinea. The iniUllation will take ’ the Culinary Alliance. No. 553 <MeU-
K»u«Jr-l3r iH..-r mz-Drz co*«ritm-y. I
, meeting in Dunsmuir later ford Local). They gave a very suc-
W ILLOW ¿P R 1N C 5
Advc.-tisieg R a t's Given on Application
in the month.
cessful dance in Walker’s hall on
(Continued from page tw o)
The three children o f M- F. Young
Billy Sunday has accepted an invi-^ Wednesday evening o f last week for
THURSDAY, JANUARY 14, 1926
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tation to hold a six weeks' revival the sick benefit. The feature o f the arc having the whooping cough.
CAN YOU BEAT IT ?
Miss Anna W olf who was recently
meeting in Ashland during June and evening was Jiggr and Maggie danc-
on the Attrntlc
rum Meet
July.
... - Robert E. operated on for appendicitis is again
ir.g the Charleston with
SY/sY.
May u—tiienn Frank, «ditor of r>n- 'D e r r Central Point Am erican:
Hill
as
Jiggs
and
Mrs.
S.
Burnett
as
attending high school.
Hitlah Temple o f Shriner3
I .ait week they was a peece in that
. . elected
X* tury Riaraslne. «Uctad provident of Uat>
Maggie. It was greatly enjoyed by
B. M. Bush received a shipment
Mar. J K. Noll of Huntlnatoo. lad., there Male Tribune eawsed me con- tho follow ing officers at their meet- the huge crowd present.
The
fo
l­
irad# biaho;.
W a y n v _ --------------
siderbul worry,
and
wanta ------------
know JJ1*
Ashland last week: Illustrious
Sunday, o f three Mule deer, fu r­
blehop of
of Fort Wayne.
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lowing
are
listed
as
all-union
houses:
May 21 Preabyierian eenerml u n m U v | ¡f enybudy can be o f a sistunce to | Potentate, F red D. Wagner o f Ash
nished him by the State Came Com ­
II If I f.l I *
f l b lfl
■ n H a elac'od
laiP tld
I Dr.
ke
I ___ ¡_ 9 _ .
■ n . á • a a t , . e
n e, n a m
W am
ah n e
i met In Cotumbue.
Ohio,
and
Rex Cafe, Franklin’s, Electric Grill, mission.
I I ■ land;
chief o rabban,
Sam U H. W Baker
Mr. Bush now has eight
:■ ■ I C. rt Krtiman of Princeton seminary nit in I l g p e r i n I t OJt.
| , f ’ ren ta P ose -
• « iits r t - u . n
Club
Cafe,
Gusher
Cafe.
These
are
does, five o f them Blacktail, aad
1 moderator
Now my w ife an I bin married I J”
“ ^*
V ^ Î d ?* ™ ^a,L’
all
first
class
restaurants.
Music
May_î*—
J.
T Secpee Indicted m D ev- | n ieh
on
twenty-two
year,
and
it
,
Phillip
K.
Hammond,
Ashland;
high
expects
to
get more until he has a
t-U ton.
T , Tenn.. for test caer of etate law gh on twenty-two year,
never before secured to her that she priest and prophet, E. C. Jerome was furnished by the Paramount Or­ large herd from which he will later
asatnst (M eblng of evolution theory.
be able to furnish stock for parks
j'
/"/ Y
T
O 4T If ! Governor Baker of Missouri appointed ! mite hev made a “ mistake, as she M edford; oriental guide, R. E. Det­ chestra.
The Jacksonville Chamber o f Com­ or fo r pets.
A*
§
A w
j
gtatee ■
rick, Ashland; treasurer, C. H. Vau-
s
All out term of tote »Widen S Spencer
* l _ a
h n m ^fl pel, Ashland; recorder, W. H. Day, merce held a successful dance in the j
A deal is about to be closed fo r
I i i n m M ^vsfbra
*
M* y n_r3r» nd Jury hi WashInKton re- , T*»OVA
p c e ce
folks born 1
Cssi
E. W. PICKARD
turned new indictments ftr.aif.et Kail, in January should marry folks Ashland; first ceremonial master, H. U. S. Hotel building in Jacksonville the sale o f half o f the old prune
v,
Sinclair «nd Doheny.
| horned in July and folks b o n e d in G. La tiers, Jr., Ashland; second mas­ last Saturday which was well at­ orchard belonging to the Thompsaa
bo* " i
to
200 VM February should wed With August ter, Car! Y. Tengwald, M edford; tended. Snappy music was furnish­ estate.
i
May » - D o h w u Isaacs in Elk HW * and so forth an d so on, but when Captain o f the guard, W. C. Van ed by Loveland’s Oregonians.
Myrna Bush spent Monday tre-
(©. m i. W.«*r$ N»«« p $9« i Union.»
| naval oil reoervs am! Hawaii contra'-is ¡t come to Julv it M»Z that them Emon, Klamath fu lls; trustee, three h The dates for the Jackson County .
Fair have been set for September ning with her parents.
• "iu ;
TESSAS
i I.omcd m July should
with vMT term, W . H. McNair, Ashland;
DOMESTIC
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representatives to the Imperial Coun­ 13 to 18 this year.
rasro Indicted 2t9 furniture making con­
’•» :ir< h
Talisman Lodge No. 31, Knights
NOTICE TO PARENTS
cern« and individual!! to r -onibln.n* In
I Jmn. 4—Annodate J untie« Jo«oph Me-
Well, ns my burthday is January cil, George R. Chapman, Gold Hill,
restraint
of
trade
arid
commerce.
K «iin » of Huxrtfii« rourt r*-(sijfn«<J ,$nd
W. E. Newcomb, Grants Pass, F. D. o f Pythias initiated a large class in
A class fo r beginnert- m the first
June 6—William I). Mitchell. St. Paul. 7 and hem is July 5 it looks like Wagner, Ashland.
President Coolidge narnvd Attorney U«u
They were hon- j the second rank Monday night,
grade will be started this year. The
I didn’ t make no mistake but sha
Minn . appointed solicitor general.
prai
Hurlan y F Jjton«
“
al Harlan
to succead him.
ored at this meeting with a visit from [
June H -President C o d ld fi addreeaed did.
second term begins on Monday, Jan­
»¿ov­
T. R o m •worn ln
I M
J n N «li# T
Norse-American centennial celebration iri
larri
or of WVorvLAg
_____
uary 25. All children who will be
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES
That aint worryin me none but Imperial Potentate J. C. Burger o f
Kt Paul. Minn.
r J
Jan
Bate • fipheld Presidant'a vato
a b . 6—Me
6—Sairat
Denver.
six years old on or b e fo r e the f i f ­
Scott Hamilton
June 14—President Coolidge deTared she is ffittin to be mo'it nuthin but
! postal M ia r ) _
bill by on# vote.
The
Colonial
Bakery’s
new
truck
,
himself again»! reduction in ..uijar duty a shnddrr, a stewin fer fear
teenth
o f February will be accepted
she
, Banat.- pasired Interior depirtmant bill
June 17—MacMillan espadillo» to ex- .
i_Ä
j#
is attracting consider:'.bie attention, j Tickets will be issued to the high on Monday, January 25th.
knd carrying
houir passed
emergfncy
defkleac*/
!
-'¡ore
«.’rocker
land
aailed
from
Boato«.
.*.
mistake,
so
any
a
you
H â u ü O. ujû .
.
-
on a school students at a ten cent dis­
— 2t
carrying
$UZ,u ' poat , Juoa 1 » - Forty-ob>e cbA irm aam plMOad folks kin x plain how she dun the The body was specially built
i Jan. 7-Benara pâli paasad
treasury,
MBce and agriculture aup^ily billa.
, guilty to trust chargoe and were fined
right thing, al! will be peeceful an three-quarter ton Dodge truck and is count fo r games played here, the
Jan SI— House passed armv appropria
June IF -F m leril Judan Kenn- dy at
painted in bright colors. The chas­ student council dec’ded at their last
Better repairing and recondition­
- - - bill currying
1
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Cheyenne. W yo.. decided the Teapot, happy in our home once more.
Ééáñ
$321,009.000.
sis was lengthened
to accomodate meeting.
The council believes the ing fo r less at the Independent Gar­
*
Yours very truly,
Dorn* oil re»*.-rve lease to the tìliielair
£ Jan. 10—President Cuolidae announced
ar
company was legal and proper.
adv-rtising will be worth the ten age.
t Ae< ret ary of Hlate Huches would
.
(Name given on request) the large body.
’
adv
Juno 2S-President Coolidge moved to
itlre from tb« 'ub.net on March 4 und
Vern C. Gorst, who was awarded cents.
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summer White House at Swamps*, ott.
I Krank P Kellogg had been selected
the air mail contract from Seattle
MR.
KINDLE
IN
’
FRISCO
M
am
j
The
P.
T.
A.
held
a
meeting
at
succeed h __
Mrs. Clyde Hanson o f Butte Falls,
to Los Angeles via Medford, passed the high school gym last Friday. The
Swreplnc reorcanlvatlon plan for fed-
Charles B *V arren nominated for at-
eral prohlblllon enforcem ent announced
through the city la3t week enroute subject o f the meeting was “ Citizen­ is visiting friends in the city thW
p irney general.
M.
M.
Kindle
is
in
San
Francisco
department.
' j a n . l í l'rvvl.l.nllal viadora mvt In thv ! *>y. irvaaurv dvoari
week.
The company will be ship.”
•uanufaclurvrv in­ this week attending a Service Sta­ to Portland.
te lapttuls and cast tbelr votes Cool-
^ *^7.
dicted for antl-truvt law violation pleaded tion Dealers’ Convention, to be held known as the Pacific Air Transport.
• And l'a.vrs being formally elected.
The
boys’
and
girls’
basketball
i
^ 0^ from Mrs L
Shsw 1g
entity and were fined by Federal Judaa
! Jan
12~-Alansoo B
Houghton, uni-
one day in that city.
Mr. < Kindle It is expected to be in operation by teams will go to Grants Pass Friday to tho e ffe ct that her mother, Mrg.
Cliffc In Chicago.
■Aaaador to (J'-misny. «elected to suc­
April
I.
drove
and
is
accompanied
by
a
Mrv. Edith N. Itogerv of Lowell. Stave.,
k e d Frank H Kellogg as ambassador
e wish a big
p Marvin, departed this life on
The United Artisans have organ­ night. January 16.
elected to congreae to auecced her hua- couple o f men in the same business
ta Great Britain.
bmnd. the late John Jacob ilogerv
ized a very fine drill team under the crowd would come and yel) for us— j Thursday o f last week, at h er home
nate passed deficiency bill carrying
in M edford.
July
I—Overnight
air
mail
vervl.-e
be­
because
we
re
out
to
win.
in
Tacom.
t Wash. Mrs. Shaw will
H u b
leadership o f W. L. (B oat) Calloway
tween New York and Chicago evtub-
Jan. 14—Senate P
PASMÉ the Underwood
and are known as the “ Medford
There is quite a mimber o f high 1 remain fo r a visit with the father
llahed.
*
EM BROIDERY CLUB MEET
■ ua.;« Bhoala
ala bill
b!
Dr. F. K Clark, founder and for 44
Pippins.” It is their present plans school boys getting interested in the and fam ily o f seven children, this
Jan
IS— C Bua’orn
P ia ’ Ofn Slenip
as
J
an IS—C.
hlernp resigne*l
reel
yaara praaldent of Chrtvtlan Endeavor,
Ascretary to the President and Everett
Wednejwiay at the home o f Mrs. to attend the national convention o f B. T. I. T. R. R. V. Most o f them I being the first meeting o f them all!
rvaignad and waa auccaeded by Dr. D. A.
Banders of Indiana was named to suc­
Paling.
C. A. Bole« the Embroidery club, the order in Portland next August are on the “ blue” side because they I during a period o f twenty years.
ceed him.
B. Brouaard. Utah, ap­ composed o f about sixteen members, and compete with teams from all sec­
/I t. Hev. W , M. Brown, former talshop | July 10—E
pointed
to
tariff
f-ornmlselon
Arkanvnv. luuart (ulltv of vlulnilnv
Congratula­
Scopea
an tl-evolutton
¡aw
trial met fo r an afternoon o f social pas­ tions o f the country.
_ lvcop.1 doctrinv by church bovril of
tions to Captain Calloway on having
opened In D ayton, Tenn., with W . J. time.
rv tl.w and hlv vxpulvkm from minlMry
Bryan aiding prosecution.
f r em ir, ended
The hostess served a dainty lunch such^ a fine team and may they win
Former Hvcrvtary Dvr.by vv .n v r.lv d I
v P î S Ü J S L . ' i X i f i S i H Z ! and the afternoon waa enjoyed by the highest honors next summer.
•nd Fall rundvrnnvd by minority rvport
antl-truvt Uw
5000,000 eustern brook trout eggs
«11.
from w n n u com m ute, on J l t a q u l r y ^
" j „ ly ? Í_ 2 c ¿ p v .' « m v l. ted In D n /.o r
were received last week at the Butte
Jan 20— I* res id «nt C oolid g e a n n ou n ced •volution trial and fined 1100.
oomMetlon of work of M 0 Units«!
> flS .Statuti
July 36— Nsw indictments returned in
Mrs. B. A. Atkinson is recovering Falls hatchery trom Eastern Oregon.
im ilrosi administration created
duririi
...
inn* Chicago
The Butte Falls hatchery
hatches
against 156 furniture manufac­
from a recent illness.
the war. cost to nation wan 11974,600,000.
turers
for
violating
anti-trust
laws.
and raises over two million fish
enate adopted
report : on
‘
‘ majority
‘ ‘
W illiam Jennings Bryan dlsd suddenly
yearly.
t Dome oil s«andal. censuring FSU
in Dayton, Tenn.
COMMUNICATION
d Dsnby.
Last Friday evening M edford hi
July 21—W illiam J. Bryan Interred In
Mrs. Miriam A Fsrguson Inaugurated
Arlington National cemetery
basketball team, for the first time
iwverndr of T e la s.
Aug
F
Ford
s
bid
of
U
7W.00S
for
200
Dear Mr. Editor—
Jsn KF-Col. Charles R Forbes, former
ir. four years, were defeated by the
United States shipping board vessels ac­
rana' bureau a*d
cepted
Say. Mr. editor I want ya to keep alumni in a fast game at the Arm ory
nllHonairs contrac-
Aug. 1*— National crime commission
it under yer hat, but Jim Kernutt by the score o f 23 to 18. The game
guilty bv a Jury | organised
In New York by prominent
consplrsd to de
wuldent shake hands with Mr. Isaac­ was hotly contested from start to
son Sunday a tall. I hearn
the finish.- Laing o f the high made the
voIdl.rv ,
,n COB,rmCU ' ° r 1
M u o n . -n a .l- m .U c . pro-
*°r.T.*iu iV.jii. f i , . ,
! fvnvor In Unlvvrvllr of Wtvcnnvln. vivc
was
teacher a tellin ’em shake an make first score on a foul which
vnd-Tr, % r.vvntvd 'crvdviTtin^v*u>4^l-rvv'dvnt - «•«.
< * [_.< > • »*«> * .« ( ' ’»«Icnko
quickly follow ed by a field basket
Aug
lb - MacMillan expedition aban­ up and they wuldent do it!!
CAdUdgS.
by
Kmps
for
the
e!""».r.i.
The
finest
doned exploration of polar regions by
A feller m t a talkin to me ’ tother
•sn«te^j>a«sed poatol pay and rats In- |
, ntrpBti,
airplane for the season.
day an he sed, se* he I w ui a vis- basket o f the game was made by
AUg
2b- S e cre ta ry
of
A gricu ltu re
itin the school tother^ day and they Knips from near the center o f the
I .Ü 5 .'!? H Î k .iï " Ë X * " . V J ? ? ! 5
J « J * M <-“ ■'•<« Dr H <3. Taylor fhivt of
(or di olili- u
v í ¡ Btr ° * #B Nome started j bur^ u of agricultural economics
wu* a class uv high* school fellers field. In the last quarter the high
on tiS iid l. ran
Ad£ 11- Assistant five rata rv of thv a reciten an the teacher ast “ What made 8 points to the alumni’s 5. The
Fvb. y ~Bvruni rvachvd Noma In racord
Trvavnry Andrews announced appoint-
brvaklnx Ulna
wu* H ana-Bell?” an a feller sed, ‘ ‘ He game ended 23 to 18 in favor o f the
msnt of t4 prohibition district adminis­
H o u m paavvd bill fo r (ISO,000.000 fo r p ub-
trators.
wuz a Red,’ sez he; L aff, I thot I’d alumni.
‘ din­ prosrain for all v v a r v /H
Ilo bultdlnira
Aug. I F P o w ir production started at die!
The preliminary game
was be
■ Dalaw ar.
ar. and Utah rvjvrtvd child la-
Muscle Hhoals.
b o r vm vni1m .n l
I wuz a talkin to some uv the tween the M edford high girls and
Aug 1 1 - Two navy plan«* bo$un the
Fvb. S— ll«(‘iva rvturnvd poatal Incrvavo
fii«ht from Ssn Francisco to Honolulu;
little shavers in the grades an I the alumni girls which was on by
bill to venata, aavvrtlnx Ito rtxht to
one broke down 200 miles out.
kinder thot I’d see how much they the Hi by a score o f 56 to 4. The
InlUalv all raVvnuv leglalatlon
Fifty ninth annual encampment of the
Fvb 4 -C o l C It IVrbrs and J W
wuz a lam in’ an I ast one on ’m ball was in the Hi’s territory nearly i
O A R . opsrvd te Ununi R apid« Mich.
Thompvon wnlanred to two yanra In
Senate recount of lo w « senatorial also-
_____ is Oregon
___ _____________
“ What
noted _____
fo r , ,” ___
sez I, all o f the time and the team showed
privón and (lo.ow lino vach.
'* « » votes showed Brookhv.rt 114 s o t «
W e l , sir jig t „ „
ujck as „ w ink he good team work.
Miss Stewart r e f­
Tvnnvaavv Ivxlvlalura rvjanvd , hMd la­
ahead of Stack.
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the girls’ V game
bor amvndmvnt.
sez, sez he “ The Biggest Thing in ereed
.
B H and Scheffel
Sept. 1 - Second navv plane forced down
F’ab 10- Itouw paasvd iioalal pay and
near Hawaii by lack of fuel and lost
the Rogue River Valley,” sez he. I i r«iereed the boys’ game.
ra t. Incrvaav bill vubatltuivd for avnatv
In stormy m»a. with ersw of five. Found
Another new business man
in
sez, sez I, Go on up boy, you be
■noaourv.
ten days iatsr
M edford is E. B. Hilton, painted and
Banal, ratified rommarclal treaty with
long at the head uv the class.
Sept.
Navy
dlrlrlble
Shenandoah
Ovnnany.
destroyed by storm in Ohio.
Lieut
I went in at Weavers Store 'tother paperhanger, who has opened a shop
Fvb. 14- W illiam H Jardina of Kanaa.
Com Zachary Lansdownc and 13 others
Mr. Hilton
day an I sez to J. E., sez I, Well at 32 N. Front street.
appointed a.* -.-a r y of axrlcullurv. and
killed.
Uvorsu l-arka covvrnor o f Alavka
John B. Inman of Springfield. III., elect­ J. E., I sez “ How goes it,” an with was form erly o f Springfield, Mass.,
Fvb. 10~F1oyd Collina, vntrapped by ed commander In chief of (1. A R.
.
a fur away look in his eye he sez, but came here from California.
bowlder In Hand Cave, Kemucky. on
Sept ¿ —Col. wtttlam Mitchell «cverely
Last Friday evening forty-three
as if he dident know whuther the
January SO. found dead
criticised army snd navv sir service.
Senate confirmed nomination of Frank
ole tvurld wuld stay put er n ot; »ex | ‘ *H men (men over six feet tall)
Sept. 10—President Coolidge retim ed
B Kellogg to bv aecrviarv of atvtv.
to Washington from vacation.
he "T w o and tw o” sez he. jist that t " e ld a banquet at the Hotel Medford
Svnntv paaved again Ua own poatal
Sept
lOLpresident
Coolidge
named a w ay; L aff, I thot I’d die!
*.n<1 organized the Tall Men’s Club
kalary and rate blit
board of nine to Investigate air defense
Feb.
It Senate
voted
lo
tnrrv. ve
Say I cum up to Earl Bell on the j
2 ° f ‘ he Association o f Long-
Sept.
16 James
Walker.
Tammany
vaiarla, of mv—bara of congraaa tu 110,.
candidate, nominated for mayor of New
street tother day an I sez sez* I, i fellow Clubs and elected the follow-
M and of cabinet member, to 116 . 000 .
York by Democrats, defeating Mayor H* -
Say Earl. Whnt is a perfec number, *n8 o ffice rs : Noble G iraffe (pres­
i Fvb SS- Houv. accaptvd venate amend
lan. F D Waterman nominated by the
keet-l for raise of congrevslonvl and
ses I; W ell sir, he cum rite back— |
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Republicans
cabinet vaiarle.
108 sez he, an then looked like he’d
UNION CHURCH
R M l a Follette. Jr . nominated bv
Feb M -ch a rle a S. D ense- appointed
Wisconsin
Republicans
for
United
been caught
perposin’ to his best
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Senator from IHInolt to vucevvd the late
State* senator: W . G. Bruce nominated
■ e d ili McCormick.
girl, an sez. sez he. O, I thot ya
J{4‘ “
Sunday school lesson:
by I^m ocrata.
House passed Dickinson cooperative
wuz a talkin’ about the class, ho sez. “ The Introduction and Baptism o f
Sept. 17- President's air Investigation
markeilna bill av vubstltutv for Capper-
board held first session.
I_____ Say
___________
. . . . . . . day that „ a r plot
_ _ ,___ J e w »-”
I hearn tother
Matthew,
chapter three.
Haugen measure.
Feb ft Itepubllean member, of neat
niritiL*? FnmVimta?
i°f I . ; , , i *’ e*n . discovoroil
r i t / her* . in our t
Outline—
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a
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lst\
ala.
British
communist
and
del«-
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h o u .. In caucus visited Nicholas lo n g
sate
to
Int
rpariiamentarv
union.
little
ole
tow
n!
They
sa
it
wu»
*
he
Messenger
o f the Mes-
worth of Ohio speaker
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ip—
t'ol,
vvtnivm
Mitch,.n
r<*ttrvM
I
hatched
up
in
the
post
o
ffic
e
.
I
riah,
vs.
1-4.
House romndttve reported great frauds
T h . WINCHESTER Store
Central P .i » ,. Oregon
In bureau of printing and engraving
*ofV|q* 'Lr\T.V b,C* “** of h“
• » ' " * « « whuther its the g ov’ment
Me~ * * o f the Mcssen
March S- Hoove adopted revolution ad
Sept
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La
Folletts.
Jr
slect-d
or
th
o
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ta
te
p|*
J»»t
public
op
inion
i
h
-
10.
counting American entry
Into world
United states senator from Wisconsin | but it seems that a band uv dospert
(* ') The Mission o f the Messiah
court.
V .V .’.V .’.V .V .’.’. V A V A m w W ^ W W W i V ^ W V V V W w i
Navy war game began In thv Pacific
“ nd* f ‘ he . leadership uv > |
March V—Calvin Coolidge and Charlea
_______ l _____
( « ) The Miraculous Me-^age, vs.
criticisms of army and navy air service^ certain public officia
here ___
in ______
town
■a I s s m Inaugurated President and etc.
and offered defense plans.
^ 1 ” are
•*“ •
'"* to “ D“
; “ * the whole town
— I 13-17-
out
Paint
'president of United fitatva.
Oct
l—Shlppin*
l>oard
resumed
full
•RED!* ”
W ell, I agree with Sandy. | At the morning service the sub­
March b— United fitatva shipping board
control of Fleet corporation.
and Emergency Fleet corporation won
hit cant he done!
je c t for the sermon will be: “ Our
Oct 2—K. J Thompson re*1«ne*1 from
verdict for lll.5 tl.tn against Virginia
ohlpplns
board
Sa Mr. Editor I betcha they h ain t, A ll-Sufficient God.”
Hhtpbuildlnü corporation
Ort
6-<
another town int he hul U. S. A.
l n ‘ he evening the second o f the
M y c h t - U . v . Csl. James X. F ach .,
o Ä
’ " °* An’ * r,C* n U“ ,or’
nam ,1,1 aa auccaaeor Io H m « Oan. W u
r^oiia™
■
■ ■ whats jrot a hunch o
in
B ble new series o f sermons on the “ Spir­
llam . M l , o h . "
assistant .•hT.f of a r m ,
A S « ’(<. V u
S
S
ur r nT^ i ’
itual
Significance o f the Sermon on
claea
10H
strong.
»11
there.
a ir s«rvK.’«.
•rance, «ad adequate de fans«
vlthuut
Som ebody
sed they wu* afeard the Mount” will be given.
kieroh lb- Menate re Jo«* ted nomination
Jinfioiam.
• f riia r lN He«« her Warren >• attorney
that after that feed Feb the secont i
The
Mid-W eek meeting every*
t ^ ls h C r a l m . r f o r r .f i to roatvn aa
«•lierai
proslfiont of (loo t corporation: "in ivr E
some o the fellers wouldent be able Wednesday evening at 8:00 p. m
M erck
UV l*teetdaat
«.'oolid *«
e o a t»
Crowlrv rloctol to placo.
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1
This
meeting
is worth your while.
•ubmltted nam« o f Warren !• seneta t«
Oct I - K plw om l houor of Hahopa af-
m
attorniar avnaral.
Well, they growd from 49 to 71 A short Bible study and prayer serv-
firnit.l c h a r * , of hor.sv asamat Blahop
March It Aenete ratified the Isle of
M. Brown of Arksnean
to 108, the last three week* and the I ices. You can’t afford to mis these
Pines treaty which fixed ownership of Is­
oct P John R McWulcrg of Cleveland
janitor think* that call* fer about meetings. Public is invited
land with Republic of Cuba.
Ohio, was el-'«led commander In chief
150 chairs next Sunday and he sed
The Ladies’ aih
March 14 Senate again rejected Preel
of the AmeHcnr Î eiK«^
X o v . I - .I p mea J. V.'al’ier. D em ocra t.
MEDFORD NEWS
'■ (acted nay or of New York: A Harrv
Moore, “ wet” Democrat, elected 44« •
Blur HVne
»•mor of New Jersey
Nov. 6—Biennial onventlon of
Sa­
Last
week
the Crater* club elected
loon leagu** offered in Cblcafo.
vin e officers fo r the ensu-
Nov. 4— Jeme*
.lorue appointed dirao* , the lOtlOWi:
ter of pro»>.o t.on.
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_ Big _ Eruption,
_ _
Paul lie -
CENTRAL POINT AMERICAN
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Direct From Wholesaler
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at this Store
Presenting Hundreds of Latest
Coats, Dresses and
Hats
FRIDAY, JAN. 15
7
L. Hatfield,Central Point
Gold Seal Congoleum Art Rugs and
Yard Goods
\
men
d«nt Coo’M g e a nomination of Warren to
*s auoraev f««*ra l bv vwta of 4C «» ■
ippeinted
March 3* ProalAonl l'aol id s. appoint.*
York as
member ef
the interstate commet e
«OtiimlMlM
^5»^'J» S8 Brig Oen William Mitchell
erdered te Texee fiving field, reverting
*• » M l ef colonel
m " Í Í ?
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^
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tOT 9 .9 M .W u«
!
,iLr.
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.
AprU ^-Indictm ent« aaatnst
Full,
fitn
Oct
12 Bishop Brown deposed from
Kplaoopallaa mliilatr* - 1
J.lo.it Cyrus Boltia. U
A., won
Sunday^
t
W . C. Leever
y>
Wet Weather
Footwear
t
*" P' a<' n" ‘
‘ C
Sanderson ha. envited part
1
| ft#M *ir race«
uv Salem to he at the big
feed.
, Cri.
18-Preeêdent «'ooiidce accepted
Sand) *ure does believe in adver-
roat*natlon of J W W eek* a* secretary
,>f war and appointed D. F. Davis to suc-
S a f, ii feller went in the bank
.'•ed him.
'tothor day an sed to Mr. IsMcaon
OM. 14 ft lofi op Murro, of MaryDtvl
elected nrcauitng bi*hof> L Kpioonpaltana | *es ite Mr. Isaacson. I hearn that
I or* oe*
r Del
HanfoHTM.v
i ,t- contest in the Biggest Thing in
led __
assistant
reterv
of war ■ ^t.ler api the
*“ » nrt
Thursday afternoon^M rv
t L
&
, P?oc.> tvt‘
T h u ^ . y .ft e r ^ o o n ^ V ^ ^ F 2" f
ScotL p^sident.
* **
E' E
_ The Missionary Society, every 4th
Thursday aftern oon ; Miss Helen J.
*
^r* f ^ w *-,
i
. Choir rehearsal Thursday e v e -!
rlaLr .•".á
I^alieas s d is m is i «m •
<)ct
jgy Ccmrt-msrtial
for
¡the Rogue River Valiev ended last ' !Vn*,, “ ‘ * 00 P- « • : Mrs. H. W.
,ti- • m m
,
.
.
I Sunday, set he.
Mr. Isaacson sed. 1 > a director.
’
r—
y, R «. dare toga largeel
air
| i Mitchell »rd.'r*«| to convene t
If you
else-
Flans sanisi, launched
r
IT
N° ,,r'
the contest ha* just
*r
>ou are not
n° ‘ » a worshipper
w o r s h ip
ApcM 1« fienator Wheeler of Montana
»«te Buwttar f>egJn. W e’ve playd with them Reds
earnestly w d W yen $>
went to trial In Great Falls for Utega’ Ja."«
U ji-Iaa- to fin out i.r.a
J ’em along gentle like. ! jotxs us; you wifi be most wtlcom e.
of bAs la fluence as ssnator
,
^
Rev. J. M. Johnson. Pastor,
April b-IHetrut of Columbia Jtifice
(Vf
I
♦ J ff b>v!!'te svm to kinds keep ther speerits up till *
maspeiMteJ consent 4scree bv «flieh 'B is
BchneWrr ii*>4 j
>e$A4 ti race a (4ai- wo got ’em thinkin they wuz some I
■
f
Five’* packer« agreh I to divorce them.
timore
punkins ses he. an row were ready
CHRISTIAN CHURCH
ASlvee from unreUistl line«
r»l « ^ 4 Afliffh
. April R -iVnator B K. Wheelar ac'hult- ! Aav of i v rn t1
4*‘ pe navy griehr'-tetl. to start the bail, without no handy I The Chrisitian Bible School held j
M In trial «I Great Falla Mont.
1 Lieut, ns^t | v
all
..
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»«•t • • « *’>e«d re* - caps
’ * » a t tall.
Why say . feller,
sez ‘ he, its Annual * Election o f - O
fficers last '
A»eu t?—W’nr same ®* Hawaii ended ord f.»- *»e., rUu*
:H .7H a«|!r>s an •w I them
tm Reds will think they wuz a J Sunday morning. The follow ing
ill lI lM «Ricial itrainn.
< «t He m«tre
chosen
Mrs. J. E.
April M~Bollottor General J. A Beck
Ott
Cour’ •tarttal e f Ootonet U iteh - run. snin’
- „ with a syelone , in tw o week*, fivers were
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root««««
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I ell ei*.*neti ivr.rst summers!!. pr~o.imi | * A feller standtn
w eaver. Superintendent;
standin cloa*
close by, kinda
ktnda { ! Weaver.
Superintendent- J.
J G.
G M-
Me- i
_ 1 p ®Y t - W T Van Orman won nal
attoaal of |be !
ri
-'****?** r * wtTT. » " a I winked an *ed soft like, to mism>!f. I Allister, Assistant Superintendent !
M in ori race with thunlvear I lf
1 Sladen
Mav 4 ta International
Council of W — — 1 Ort. S-r<M
h L s a s * V « * , < Miner,
3uRer*,r!s-n'*r
Jacobs, Secretary.
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t .7 - -.-¿r : -
w T
i novo
i or me» ■ Theys !o*s
,
. ^ wind in thia here val- | Miss Edith
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.
alien v.ropertv « uatiHiun four German
Mr». V ictor Buroell. past Super-
trsintna^rtr'slt ,-afi.i.
ÍL
snfi
Well ao long Mr editor. I Hope to Ifitendent. will he t e a r h e r o f -Ju Jr
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o rt.-m W omen. M r . Bunwll
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Fr^'H l ifef W i f f Hjujf?
i
chairs next Sundav.
i by iil health to irsign
the more
1
B. A. BOOSTER.
' strenuous wurk n f superintendent.
K
l'ir
Rubber Shoes with
six, eight, twelve
and sixteen
tops.
All
inch
at re­
duced prices.
of-
o*
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ov*T o«*
Faber's Cash Store
—A Gutad Place to Trad«