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Title of Sunday school lesson:
‘•The Rich Young Ruler." Matt. 19.
Outline: (1 ) Divorce and Remar
riage, vs. 1-12; (2 ) Loving Little
Children, vs. 13-15; (3) Lacking and
Losing, vs. 16-22; (4 ) Lucre-Loving
a Hindrance to Heaven, vs. 23-30.
The Union Memorial Service will
be held at the hour of morning wor
ship. This service should have the
presence and cooperation o f ail who
car attend church.
Let not the
memory o f the dead be neglected.
The sermon subject will be: "Are
We Ready to Outlaw W ar?"
The regular Sunday evening serv
ice will be held at eight o ’clock. The
pastor will speak on the theme: “ The
Man Who Did Not Want to do For
eign Missionary Work.” This is one
of a series o f sermons on Old Testa
ment characters, showing God’s deal
ing i with men in the days when the
word o f God was being given.
CH RISTIAN CHURCH
Sunday school 10 a. m. Preaching
services 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Christ
ian Endeavor 7 p. m. Preaching
services both morning and evening
by the Rev. I. G. Shaw.
Mrs. J. E. Weaver, S. S. Supt.;
Mrs. J. O. Isaacson, Supt. of Pri
mary D ept; Mrs. A1 Hermanson,
Supt. of Cradle Roll Dept.; Mrs. G.
C. McAllister, Pres, o f Ladies’ Cir
cle; Bernice Shaw, Pres. C. E.; Mrs.
Warner, Choir Director.
D. D. S.
409 Medford Bldg.
B U R K — FO R A U T O T O P S
Opposite S. P. Depot
TEN T AND
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PERL FUNERAL HOME
Corner Sixth and Oakdale
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Abstract s o f Title and Title In
surance. The only c o m p le te Title
System in Jackson County.
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CITY CLEANING AND
“ W E ARE NOT SATISFIED
UNLESS YOU A R E ”
624 N. Riverside Ave
J. H. McJimsey purchased this
and profitable time, and feel that
Wednesday night’s entertainment week from Mrs. Maud Boswell two
was a good closing for the season. lots and a barn just south o f the
Wednesday evening, May 26, the
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Girl Scouts o f Central Point present
Mrs. Tom Belcher left for The
ed an interesting program to a good-
The names o f teachers who have Dalles last Thursday where she will
i sized audience in the Gateway been employed in the Central Point visit a daughter.
schools for next year are as follows:
The Scouts and their leaders. Miss H P Jewett, Miss Blackburn, of
Miss Doris Hubbard o f Central
Mildred Beeson and Mrs. C. E. Bolds, Albany: Miss Saubert, Mr. Terrell, Point has accepted a position with
Mr. Amick, Miss Kindle, Miss Auber,
] joined ina grand march from the Mt. Hood; Miss Matthews, Myrtle Russell's Store of Medford.
| rear to the front o f the room. Mrs. Creek; Miss Bryan, Ashland; Miss
Miss Thelma Pankey, class o f '25
Bolds gave a short introductory talk, Hager, Ashland; Miss Hay, Central
C. P. H. S. and daughter o f Tom
at the end o f which the entire as Point.
Two vacancies are still unfilled. Pankey, has accepted a position with
sembly sang “ The Star Spangled
the Ow»n-Oregon Lumber company.
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M ISSION ARY M EETING
Permits to build camp fires in the
Then, using the impressive candle
Crater Lake National forest will not
ceremony, the girls were initiated
The Missionary Society o f
the be necessary, nutil after June 1, it
into second class Scouts, at which Federated church is meeting this aft was announced.
time they were presented with Scout
and her assistants are Miss Hall,
Attorney Geo. C. McAllister and
Miss Hamrick and Miss Carlton.
wife of Central Point have moved to
The next number was a wand
The subject o f discussion is “ Mor- their residence on Bush street, Ash
drill by a number o f the girls, after monism.”
Many interesting phases land, with the intention o f remodel
which Elizabeth Southwell and Eliz of Mormonism as it is today is being ing it to accommodate normal stu
abeth Scott presented a parasol touched upon by the ladies.
dance to the tune of “ Mysotis”
Brick Ice Cream at D e m o n C a fe .
S. A. Richardson, o f Central Point,
has our thanks for his subscription
Then the moving pictures were
Frank Adams left Saturday morn to the American, also C. A. Boles
presented. These were interesting ing for Redding, California, whecgl ,and Miss Mary Mee, for renewals.
and instructive, showing a company for the last several weeks Mrs.
Adams has been.
o f Girl Scouts on a camping trip.
Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Hanson were
Their entire day’s program was pic
Miss Ethel Enlow returned Mon called to Kenneth, near Weed, Cali
They left Friday by auto
day after seven weeks o f absence due
to an operation for appendicitis at and were accompanied by Mrs. J. M.
Lastly, several gentlemen o f the
Cummings. A sister of Mrs. Han
a Medford hospital.
son, Mrs. Phil Howard, is very ill at
Copco company presented moving
W a n te d to Bu y— A Jersey Bull.— that place suffering from the effects
pictures on a smaller screen o f their
o f an auto accident.
own which were unusually entertain H. H. Dietrich, Central Point, Ore.
ing. The announcer said that we
P. H. McKinnis o f Sam’s Valley,
Miss Dorris Kindle spent the week
would first see pictures o f ourselves end in Klamath Falls.
called at our office this week to get
and renew his subscrip
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Deitrich and
and our friends at the recent track
meet in Medford. This caused much son Howard, were at the commence tion. Mr. McKinnis is one of the
ment exercises o f the Jacksonville boosters for the Sam’s Valley coun
amusement as quite a few o f those high school Friday night.
try and we can see where he is just
present saw themselves as spectators
ified in it. He expects to do some
R. H. Paxson returned the first advertising for that section soon.
in the athletic
events. At the end o f these scenes o f the week from Portland, where
he has been attending the Annual
“ Nothing But the Truth” was the
the announcer remarked that since Convention of the United Drug com
Senior class play o f the Prospect
seeing themselves in the movies, pany. Every Rexall agent o f the high school presented last Saturday
some of the people might start for state is supposed to be present at night. Several years ago this pro
this meeting to discuss different duction was put on in Central Point
Hollywood the following morning.
topics pertaining to drugs.
under the direction o f Ray Hender
The next scenes were those o f
Colonel William Mitchell being kid
Mr. and Mrs. George Stidham, of
napped by the Oregon Cavemen and Grants Pass, visited his mother, Mrs.
For Sale----H ardy
Sp ra yer
Dacy Stidham, Wednesday evening
initiated into their order at Grants at the home o f Mr. and Mrs. John plete or will »ell parte.— Independent
Pass. The First National Bank and Ross.
G ara ge, Central Point, O re go n .
the New Redwoo ' Hotel o f that city
Ralph Hanson, one o f our able
were shown. The grotto, in that
2% lots, good location, best soil
hotel, resembles one o f the caverns carpenters, was a called Wednesday in town, fenced for garden, priced
at this office. The purpose o f his
in the Marble
caves. Colonel call was to subscribe for the Ameri right. Inquire at this office.
Mitchell was unable to go to the can for himself and his brother
caves because o f an appointment to Clyde. Ralph has just completed a
The American does all kinds of
speak in another town but the Cave- new house, 26x42, on the land near ' printing. If it can be printed— wc
the Willow Springs service station,
1 men went on to their resort. There to be the home o f Clyde. The I can do it.
were moving pictures o f members of brothers are expecting a visit soon
j one party getting their lamps pre from their mother, Mrs. Alice Mc A crew of thinners began work
paratory to entering the caves and Bride, o f Portland. She will be ac in the Redsk orchard this week.
companied by the two sons o f Clyde
I another party emerging from them who have their home with her.
by a different opening and other
Mrs. C. T. Hamilton spent the lat-
I pictures o f scenes around the caves.
G. O. Dizney and wife will leave I ter part of last week visiting her
The next pictures were those o f next week for Prospect, Oregon, ! sister Mrs. Charlie Wallace, at Jack-
Better Homes Week in Medford. where they will be this summer. Mrs. ! sonville.
Prominent Medford citizens were Dizney expects to teach at Madras,
shown entering and coming from Oregon, the coming year.
Grandma Wright is seriously ill
some of the homes. This was an ed
I at her home here. Her sons Jess,
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wyatt o f our j Charley, and John, are here from
The announcer then said that as city, recently had a visit from Mrs. southern California.
no movie was complete without a Theresa Scanlin and Mr. Melvin
comedy, a moving picture cartoon Wyatt o f San Francisco. These peo
Henry Head, rancher, when arising
comedy of the well known cat ‘Felix’ ple are relatives o f Ray Wyatt and Sunday morning, had a very severe
was presented. Felix was in a gar are taking a trip over southern Ore bilious attack. He was unconscious
bage can looking for something to gon.
! about an hour. Dr. Heckman was
eat. He found nothing but a dry
called immediately and stated it was
bone, so disgustedly threw it back.
D a s c t — Old Tim e— Friday Nile
not serious. Mr. Head is now up
He sauntered over to a museum and G a te w a y Theatre.
and feeling fine.
went in to look at the historic ani
Mr. and Mrs. Heasley and family
mals. Nothing interested him, how
Cries o f “ Let me see,” “ What is
ever, until he found a ham-bone be | spent a portion o f lqst Sunday as mine” could be heard by a bystander
longing to the Stone Age. He climb ! guests o f Mr. and Mrs. J. M. John near the postoffice Monday nfter-
noon. when Mr. Amick. the eighth
ed onto the pedestal and was licking son. The Heasley family formerly grade teacher received the results
the bone when the caretaker spied
for the eighth grade state examina
him and threw him out on the side i are living on a ranch near Eagle tions. Now the boys and girls are
breathing more easy today, for they
walk. Poor Felix saw stars, circles, Point.
know whether they passed.
Suddenly he found
200 will receive diplomas on Friday
Forrest Wright, U. o f O. student, of this week at the graduating exer
himself in the Stone Age, so he start
ed in search of a ham bone. He had j is in town visiting friends, and old cises in Ashland.
Mr. Wright form in marching order, according
a difficult time, for he was chased time acquaintances.
*o district numbers at 9:30 at the
by odd and ferocious looking ani j formerly went to school at Central iunior high and will be escorted by
mals, and by a cave man whose wife Point and has many friends who are Boy Scouts to the Chautaqua build
wanted Felix’s fur for a coat. Fin glad to see him again. He is work ing. The commencement address to
ally he saw a ham bone besides a ing for the university and is getting the eighth grade graduates o f the
large rock. He did not bother to many local students interested in at county will be given by Supt. Geo.
look to the top o f the rock hut start tending.
ed to pick up the bone. Just then
he saw that what he thought was a
rock was an animal, and the animal
started to chase Felix. He caught
him between his teeth and was shak
ing him by the bock when Felix
awoke and found himself in front o f
The caretaker was
shaking him by the nape o f his neck
and telling him not to hang around
there. So Felix went hack to the
garbage can, got out the dry bone,
and said. “ Well, a bone is a bone,
anyway.” and proceeded to chew it
as best he could.
This completed the program, in
which the Copco company had a part
well worthy o f mention. The Scouts
were grateful also to Mrs. Sebrean
for the use o f the building.
Last, but not least, the Girl Scouts
with their captain, Mrs. Bolds, and
her lieutenant. Miss Beeson, went to
the Rose Cafe, where a private room
and delirious refreshments were
awaiting them. This party was in
honor o f Lieutenant Beeson.
Mrs. Roids, Miss Beeson and the
Girl Scouts have had an interesting
G I R L SC O U T S C L O S E
UN ION C H U R C H
THURSDAY, MAY 27, 1926
CENTRAL POINT AMERICAN
The windows and stores o f Cen
tral Point are well filled with pro
ducts from the surrounding commun
These products are o f the finest
quality and flavor.
The strawberry market is being
supplied by S. Campbell, C. E. Smith,
and Messrs. Casebeer, Wilson and
King. Vegetables are being brought
in by Kay Takao, Bonney Bros., S.
F. Hathaway, Mr. Dunn, Mrs. Lamp-
man, also Messrs. Richardson and
The finest o f Lamert, Bing and
Royal Anne cherries are supplied by
J. M. Sutherlin and Messrs. Tule,
McCaskey and Whitney.
There are many other producers
who have already had and still will
have the best o f products to be
found in southern Oregon.
Buy at home and be satisfied.
BUY AT HOME?
Because our merchants are buying
strawberries at 9 cents per box and
selling for 10 cents while in some
other markets they are paying nine
and selling for 12^4. Other articles
You do not gam by
trading away from home.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Richardson
left last Saturday for Portland. They
expect to stop in Salem on their re
turn and attend the I. O. O. F. con
vention in session there.
Mrs. Ed Farra left Sunday night
for Salem to attend the State as
sembly o f Rebekahs.
W. C. Leever Hardware company
have received a shipment o f complete
plumbing fixtures made by the Stan
dard Plumbing company.
J. O. Isaacson is in the hospital in
Medford today, having undergone an
operation this morning for the re
moval o f the tonsils. Word received
here states that he is doing nicely
and will be at his place o f business
atfer a few days.
At a recent meeting o f the P. T.
A. Mrs. C. E. Bolds was elected pres
ident for the coming year; Mrs. L.
C. Martin, vice president; Miss
secretary; H. P. Jewett,
Leg weakness in small chicks is
due to such causes as poor breed
ing stock, improper regulation o f in
cubator heat, and later o f brooder
Feeds which may be harvested
and advantageously fed directly to
stock are vetch and rye, crimson clo
ver, oats and vetch, red clover, red
clover, mammoth red clover, alsike
clover, peas and oats, turnips, buck
wheat, corn, kale, mangels, and rut-
ab gas and carrots, says the experi
Broody hens freplently cause fer
tile eggs to spoil.
he remedy is
to remove the male birds from the
flock as soon as thehatching season
Rotation o f crops including flax,
according to the experiment station,
is the recommended practice in Ore
gon. Flax fits in well with cultivat
ed crops such as clean cultivated
com . One o f ‘ he systems o f rota
tion found satisfactory is a legume
crop, such as field peas, alfalfa,
vetch* or red clover, followed by a
cultivated crop like com , beans or
potatoes, then flax.
he smother crop system for the
eradication o f Canada thistles and
morr.ir.g glories usually has not been
successful in Oregon, n western
Oregon on some o f the rich moist
soils the experiment station has
found a thick planting o f hemp at
about one and one-half bushils per
acre will so completely over-shadow
the Canada thistles as to practically
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