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Title o f Sunday school lesson:
"The Triumphal Entry.” Matt. 21.
Outline— (1 ) The Kin« Honored by
the Concourse, vs. 1-11; (2) hTe
King’s House Cleansed, vs. 12-13;
(3 ) The King Healing the Calami
tous, v. 14; (4 ) The King Hushing
Criticism, vs. 15-46.
Next Sunday morning is the time
for the Children’s Day exercises at
the Federated church. A splendid
program has been prepared, which
will delight those who hear it. It
is to be full o f good things without
being too full. One feature will be
the promotion o f the older Cradle
Roll children into the beginners de
partment of the Sunday school. We
are expecting a goodly number of the
Cradle Roll mothers to be present.
This service will take the place o f
the morning preaching service.
In the evening the subject will be:
"The Chrisis in the King’s Life; And
How He Met It.” This sermon fol
lows the one preached last Sunday
rvening, in the story o f King Heze-
kiah. These sermons are historical
as well as inspirational, and the
young people should hear them.
Last Sunday was a "scorcher,” as
we used to say back in Kansas; but
we did not mind the heat at the Fed
erated church in the evening, for we
went to the basement for the preach
ing service. Everybody seemed so
well pleased that it was agreed to
do the same thing at any time the
weather is too hot to be comfortable
in the auditorium.
Rev. Johnson, Pastor.
M. M. Obenchain,
Mrs. J. W. Welch, Ray Henderson,
James McDowell, James M. Mc
Dowell, Talent, Arnold Bohnert, C.
E. Smith, Paxson Drug Co., Dr.
j Heckman, I. L. Olcason, Milwaukie,
I Ed Brown, C. G. Duncan, W. E. Dun-
| can, U. II. Moore, M. D. Hood, Geo.
I Myers, Edith Jacobs, Austin Keeler,
! Ted Morava, Mrs. Mable Bennet,
Medford, W. T. Dunn, Medford, Mar
ion Young, F. W. Lawrence.
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. DuBuque spent
Sunday in Crescent City.
Miss Doris Kindle is at Eugene
this week in attendance to the grad
William Price left Monday for Co
quille, where he has employment in
a blacksmith shop.
less money at the Independent Gar
age at Central Point.
D. D. S.
A large turnout is expected at the
next meeting o f the W. R. C. in
cluding officers and members, June
19, especially those who have a birth
day between January 1 and July 1
are requested to come.
Earl Weaver has been confined at
home this week with a severe cold.
Great Voicet Called
Accidents of Nature
G la ciera
Yon liked the music Instruments
that glaciers made, but no songs were
ever so grand as those of the glaciers
Diagnosis themselves, no falls so lofty as those
which poured from brows and chastned
409 Medford Bldg.
Medford, Ore. mountains of pure dart Ice. Glaciers
made the mountains and ground com
B U R K — FO R A U T O T O P S for all the flowers, and the forests of
silver fir; made smooth pnfhs for hu
Opposite S. P. Depot
man feet until the sacred Sierras have
M E D r O R D T E N T A N D A W N I N C become the moat approachable of
mountains. . . . The primary moun
tain waves, unvltal granite, were soon
carved to beauty.
They bared the
lordly domes and fashioned the clus
PERL FUNERAL HOME tering
spires; smoothed godlike moun
tain brows and shaped lake cups for
Corner Sixth and Oakdale
crystal waters; wove myriads of mazy
canyons and spread them out like lacs
Medford. Gregor. —John Muir.
VI OLI N
TEA CH ER AND
P A I R E R IN M E D F O R D
T. H. Folkenberg, formerly of
Portland, has recently located in
Medford. Mr Folkenberg comes to
I Medford highly recommended as a
; teacher o f the violin, also a repairer
of the instrument of which he has
I made practically a life study.
Mr. Folkenberg has orr.-anized a
! beginners’ orchestra which is doing
well and he is assisted in this by his
wife, who is an accomplished pianist
and piano teacher.
Mr. and Mrs. Folkenberg expect
later to take a summer vacation, but
will return to Medford early in the
fall and open their studio on the
same floor o f the building in which
the Medford Business College is lo
They play well and have contrib
uted to a number of musical enter
tainments since coming to Medford.
G RISH AM -CO LLIN S
Great voices are rare and undoubt
edly owe their wonderful purity of
tone to an accidental combination of
those physical characteristics which
C H R ISTIA N CHURCH
lend to the production oi song. The
Sunday school 10 a. m. Preaching human musical Instrument, though
services 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Christ built o f living tissues, resembles In
ian Endeavor 7 p. m. Preaching structure the reed organ pli>e fitted
services both morning and evening with a vox hmnann stop. In both
by the Rev. I. G. Shaw.
cases the note depends on the vibra
Mrs. J. E. Weaver, S. S. Supt.; tions of a column of air produced in
Mrs. J. O. Isaacson, Supt. of Pri the organ by a reed and In the voice
mary Dept.; Mrs. A! Ilermanson,
Supt. o f Cradle Roll Dept.; Mrs. G. by the vocal cords. The human air
C. McAllister, Pres, o f Ladies’ Cir chamber corresponding to the organ
cle; Bernice Shaw, Pres. C. E.; Mrs. pipe Is composed o f the larynx and
the hr.— hlnl system beneath It.
Warner, Choir Director.
at, mouth and nasal cavi
Rev. Shaw, Pastor.
ties f o i : the resonators which, by
alternation In shape and size, are
FO R S A L E — C I T Y L O T S
able to pick out and emphasize cer
294 lots, good location, best soil tain component pnrts of the funda
in town, fenced for garden, priced mental tones produced In the larynx.
right. Inquire at this office.
tf The lungs form the bellows which
produce the upward hlnst of nlr. and
Why take your cars to Medford upon their quality depends the loud-
when you can get a better job for ■ess o f the voice.— l.ondon Dally Mall.
W e ir d C o ffe e R ecip e
On Monday, May 31, Clarence
Grisham o f Central Point, was mar
ried to Miss Norma Collins, formerly
of Medford, but who, with her par
ents, had moved to Fresno, Cali
Miss Collins met Mr. Grisham at
Yreka, where the marriage took
They are well and favorably
known in this community, Clarence
being the son o f Mr. and Mrs. D.
Their home will be in Medford
where Clarence has a position in the
Congratulations are extended.
W E ARE NOT SAT ISFIED
UNLESS YOU A R E "
624 N. Riverside Ave
tfia C L ^
T h e Closin g O a t Sale at Fah er’ s
con tinues with gr eater interest.
INVENTOR TO CO TO
Scott R. Darby, living two miles
L. L. Norcross and wife o f Ash
land were Friday visitors in Central from Central Point, and who iz
known as the inventor o f the tractor
governor and tractor wheels for the
tw o-pie ce
at Fordson, will be in Portland during
F a b e r ’ s— 15c per garm ent.
the Rose Carnival and will also at
tend the National Inventors’ Conven
Moore Hamilton, who was work tion at that place held in the Mult
ing on the new school house, acci nomah Hotel.
dentally ran a nail through his hand,
Mr. Darby is having a good sale
which has caused him a lay-off this o f his inventions and expects to es
tablish a wholesale house as his work
A baby girl was bom to Mr. and is becoming recognized as excellent.
This office is putting out a nice
Mrs. A. E. Terrell last Saturday. The
line o f job work for Mr. Darby, pre
little one passed away very soon
paratory to his trip to Portland,
L. M. Phillips, pastor o f the Free
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Head and
Methodist church at Trail, visited J.
Harold, Mrs. A. R. Brown and Rayma
T. Frye Tuesday, while on his way
went to the Oregon Caves Sunday.
to conference A i Roseburg.
Mrs. L. H. Smith who is well
known here, is home from southern
California, where she has been mak
ing an extended visit with a son and
daughter, located at Whittier and
Los Angeles. Mrs. Smith is the
mother of C. E. Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Reeves moved
to Eagle Point last week. He will
take up his duties as a fire warden
in that district.
Orval Shores has accepted a posi
tion with the Economy groceteria o f
The condition o f Mrs. W. B. Har
Due to the extreme heat Frank
ris, who is in the Medford hospital, Upton was forced to discontinue his
is reported by friends here as being thinning crew Saturday afternoon.
very favorable, allowing for the
W. N. Wright o f Santa Barbara
great shock which her husband’s
is here visiting friends this week. He
death necessarily brought to her.
was formerly a resident o f this place,
Mrs. Guy Tex and daughter went having lived here for over 20 years.
to Prospect Tuesday where Mrs. Tex
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Isaacson spent
will remain for a few days’ visit with
relatives and Geraldine will prolong Sunday afternoon in Lithia park at
Jesae Richardson left Tuesday for
Mr. O’ Hara, an elderly gentleman
living in Central Point, suffered a Marshfield, where he will do some
Former residents o f Montana will slight stroke o f paralysis early this trucking for a short time.
assemble in annual picnic at Riveria week. His physician says that with
park, between Gold Hill and Grants care he will recover.
Gal yo u r abara o f the bargains at
Pass, Sunday, June 13th. Bring
F a b e r’ s.
lunches; coffee will be served on
A short but interesting Children’s
Day program was given at the Christ
The Warner and Strohmeier fam
ian church last Sunday morning. A ilies spent last Sunday picnicing near
SEE T H E M ! H E A R T H E M !
number o f children leaving town at Butte Falls.
the last minute broke into the plans
Professor Hull o f Los Angeles and somewhat.
Mrs. Dacy Stidham left Wednes
his family o f Vaudeville Entertain
day evening by stage for a visit
ers will show at Central Point, Gate
Mrs. J. T. Frye has gone to Rose- with her two sons in Grants Pass.
way Theatre, Thursday, June 17. A burg to attend the Free Methodist
clean, snappy, comic musical show, Camp Meeting and conference in
Forest Supervisor C. C. Hall and
clever repartee and sparkling jokes session there. She went with friends family of Albany, Oregon, spent the
and fun. An Unusual show— the from Medford and expects to stay week end with his father, J. K. Hall,
kind you will enjoy.
Admission— adults 35c; children
Teachers’ examination is being
James McDowell orders the Amer
conducted in Jacksonville this week. ican sent one year to his son James
subjects M., o f Talent, Oregon.
LEASE ORIE N TA L GARDENS
reached our desk too late for pub
Roy Lindsey o f the Central Point lication.
Luther Hazelwood took Mrs. Haz
Hotel, with a Mr. Powell and a Mrs.
elwood to Dorris, California, last
| Duffey, who are known as two of
John Sheley and family
were week, where she will remain for a
I the best dancers on the Pacific guests of G. C. McAllister and wife time visiting relatives.
I coast, have leased the Oriental Gar at a picnic last Sunday in the Ash
Supt. H. P. Jewett and family are
land city park. Everything was fine
dens at Medford.
Their opening date will be Satur and a pleasant day enjoyed.
home from an extended trip to the
Willamette valley where they have
day, June 12, at which time a 7-piece
Ray Henderson returned from been since the close of school.
j orchestra will furnish the music.
These people will give dancing ex- Roseburg last night. He has been
spending a short vacation in that
After spending a few days visit
( hibitions, also private lessons.
Their regular dance dates will be city and Eugene since the Medford ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Hathaway, Mrs. Clara Wortman re
; on Wednesday and Saturday nights. schools closed last week.
turned to her home in Weed, Cal
Mrs. Edith Deuel left Wednesday ifornia.
Charley Cline lost his bill book
while in Medford last Saturday, con for Ashland where she and her hus
J. J. Simmerville o f Butte Falls
taining a $10 bill and a check for band will be at home at 316 Harga-
is in the city today.
the same amount. It was found by dine street.
a couple of boys. They spent the
[money and tried to cash the check
at Weavers Store. They were caught
j by Marshall Cummings and brought
before the police judge. One boy
was sent home and the other will be
sent to the reform schol.
French coffee. Turkish coffee. Rns-
alan coffee, all have had their vogue
Central Poin t
. . .
O re go n among those who are constan.iy seek
Ing the bizarre; but In “ All About
A B S T R A C T Coffee" we find a recipe which should
be weird enough to satisfy anyone's
taste It Is “Judge" Walter Rumsey's
Abstract s o f T il l# and Tit le In "new and superior way of making cof
The on ly co m ple te Title fee" as given In 1657.
Tou must "take equal quantity of
Sys tem in Jackson County.
Butter and Sallet-oyle. melt them well
M e d fo r d
O re g o n
’¿Stove” Stephenson received the
together, hut not hoyle them. Then
stlrre them well that they may In sad news o f his father’s sudden death
corporate together. Then melt there ! on last Sunday at Scotia. California.
with three times as much Honey and Steve had visited his father and
CITY CLEANING AND
stlrre It well together. Add thereunto mother several weeks ago, when the
powder o f Turkish Cophle, to make It mother was very ill. She however
; is now recovering. Mr. Stephenson
Mutter, salad oil. hooey, and coffee
was bom in the state o f Maine in
A ttn rn e y -a t-L a w — N o tary Pu blic
THURSDAY, JUNE 10,1926
CENTRAL POINT AMERICAN
| 1847. moved to Grants Pass about
! 1870, later to Cottage Grove and
A g e d Student»
still later to California where his
Cato at eighty, took It Into his ven
i home has since been.
erable head to learn Greek and Pln-
tarvh. almost as late In life, learned
Mr. and Mr». Arnold Bohnert of
Ijitln. Theophrastus began his work
on the characters o f men at ninety. [ Central Point in company with Mar-
Ills literary labors were ended only mie Olson and Oletha Currier o f [
hy death. Socrates learned to play Medford, made a week-end trip to
an musical Instruments when wall ad Crescent City, coming north ,‘o Coos
vanced In life. Colbert, the famous Bay. then across to Roseburg and
French statesman, returned at sixty home on the Pacific highway, on
to hit Latin and law stndlew, and the
Monday. A trip o f this kind could
crest Doctor Johnson spptled himself
he made without seeing Nature
to Dutch hut a few years before his
death. Then there Is the now forgot displayed in her most marvelous ,
ten Marquis dr St. Aulalre, who « a s forms.
once regarded as a remarkable prod
igy. At the age of seventy be began
Earl L offer has asked that his
to write poetry and contemporaries paper be sent to Phoenix, near which !
leelared That Ms verses were “full of place has has a tract o f land. He
are. delicacy sad »« eetnesa -
Web-Foot Swimming Suit* in all the pretty colors of
a Wild Duck.
Come and look them over.
They are just the best y e t—The lowest price:
$3.50 — $3.75 — $4.25
B. P. Thiess & Co.
“STAR BRAND SHOES ARE BETTER”
will be employed in the (oral mills.
All New Virgin Wool— none any