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About Central Point American. (Central Point, Or.) 1925-1927 | View This Issue
C E N TR A L POINT AM ERIC AN
Eastern Oregon Normal: Yes 59,-
| 347; no 50,053.
Recall Amendment: Yes, 62,546;
I no 36,637.
Curry Bonding: Yes, 51,339; no
Vacancies Amendment: Yes, 63,-
511; no 31,823.
Klamath Clackamas Bonding: Yes
52,552; no 34,093.
Easern Oregon Tuberculosis hos
pital: Yes 80,620; no 35,041.
Ciagrette and Tobacco Tax: Yes
40,613; no 77,584.
Bus and Truck License Bill: Yes
50,212; no 55,797.
Fish Wheel and Seine Bill: Yes
General Run of Thing* Are Reported
Income Tax Grange Bill: Yes 51.-
to Be Different Than What
264; no 63,521.
Housewives Water Power Bill:
Yes 24,780; no 91,635.
I. L. Patterson, governor of Ore
gon. Senator Patterson was elected
over Governor Pierce democratic,
by a big majority bordering on a
landslide and the old time Oregonians
can rejoice that the state is again
back in the Republican column as of
yore. The latest wire received late
Wednesday night further says:
showed a gain in his race with Bert
E. Haney, democrat, on the compila
tion this afternoon of returns from
1416 of the state’s 1847 precincts.
Steiwer had 73,228; Haney 67,085.
Senator Robert N. Stanfield, running
as independent after having lost in
I. L. Patterson, republican, was
elected governor over Governor
Walter M. Pierce by a big plurality,
the primary, had 41,974 on this tab
W. P. Adams, another independent
Figures from 1415 precincts gave
Patterson 99,005; Pierce 74,743; H.
independent “ wet”
candidate received 1038.
The three Oregon republican con
gressmen, W. C. Hawley, first dis
trict ;N. J. Sinnott, second, and M. E.
Crumpacker, third, continued to pile
up their leads over their democratic
opponents on each compilation.
For state officers, returns from
1287 percincts out of 1847 in the
Superintendent o f public instruc
tion: Howard, republican, 95,529;
Turner, democrat, 56,422.
Laor commissioner: Gram 110,450;
Von Schriltz, 35,636.
Public service commissioner: Bean
90,349; Speener, 48,151.
For congress, first Oregon district
598 precincts out of 821 give: Bor
den 19,279; Hawley 53,256.
For congress, second district, 286
precincts out o f 494 give: Hodgin,
8.010; Sinnott 16,787.
For congress, third district, 619
precincts out of 532 give: Carson
19,900; Crumpacker, 50,118.
Here are the measures that prob
ably confused some.
ones carried and the ones defeated.
The table is interesting.
1130 precincts out o f 1847 in the
Klamath Bonding: Yes, 50,603;
Six per cent Limitation: Yes, 36,-
608; no, 60,369.
Repeal Free Negro Section: Yes,
68,979; no, 37,720.
Inheritance Income Tax Prohibi
tion: Yes, 40,164; no, 72,873.
Seaside Normal: Yes, 32,560; no
W ILLO W SPRING NOTES
Interesting Item* From Prosperous
A delightful evenings entertain
ment was given Saturday evening at
the Willow Springs school house,by
the teachers and the ladies o f the
Thursday Club. About 150 people
were present and everyone had a
Two piano selections by Mrs. Tuck
er and several violin solos by Hilde-
garue Porter with Mrs. Porter play
ing the accompainment were greatly
appreciated by the audience, this was
followed by a play, ‘ Bluebeard, yest
erday and today,’ with Mrs. Parker
taking the part of Bluebeard, and
Wilda Richmond that o f the young
wife.. The acting would have been a
HELPS THE TOWN
credit even to Hollywood. Including
the dead wives who came to life and
Many of the people are enter gave old Bluebeard just what was
taining visitors from elsewhere, and coming to him, at the end o f the story
many of our folks have gone away.
An enterprising local newspaper al
There were witches who told for
ways seeks to chronicle these comings tunes and ghosts and black cats N ’-
and goings, but it is a difficult prop everything even a magic kettle,
osition to handle right, unless the where little boys and girls got all
public co-opefates with it.
sorts of useful gifts. Then many
It would be a ice thing if a com funny stunts were tried out causing
plete record could be presented of much merriment, for instance, ‘ Fred
such visitations and journeyings, and die’ W olfe was asked to tell the au
of the social events that occur in a dience why he didn’t believe in Santa
town thrugh a summer. Social meet Clause, and he assured it was be^
ings would thereby be faciliated, cause he once discovered that Santa
people would call and see friends Clause was like the Devil - just your
frm elsewhere who were visiting father.
here, old acquaintances would be
seen and friendships would be renew
A fter this part o f the entertain
ment was finished, refreshments of
Some people claim to be offended cider, cookies and doughnuts were
if their names are printed in the served, followed by on old-fashioned
paper, and some are offended if dance with Mr. Hoagland as violinist
they are not printed, so newspaper and Mrs. Porter at the piano.
folks have a rather hard time trying
to please all elements. But as it is
Among the out of town people who
considérer legitimate for people to attended the entertainment Saturday
mention the fact in conversation evening were Mr. and Mrs. Squash-
that such and such a person is doing vine o f Pumpkin Center.
so and so, it is difficult to see how
any one has ground for complaint if
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lucas and
the same thing is mentioned in a their small daughter, Ina Pearl were
newspaper. The people who make a recent callers at the O. S. Blackford
fuss about having their names thus home.
used, are sometimes rather pleased
at heart when they are mentioned.
Mrs. O. S. Blackford continues to
Most people would like to have improve and greatly appreciates the
these personal activities
carefully visits o f several o f her neighbors.
reported, so they can know what
their friends are doing. They should
Marion Young and family visited
therefore cooperate by telephoning friends at Beagle Sunday.
the newspaper or sending in a written
item whei they can give out such in
Visitors at the Deer Park Sunday
formation about their own families were Homer Bowman and family,
Ernest Scott and family and Mr.
Editors and reporters cannot visit Ockerman ‘and family’ all o f Central
every house in a town and find out Point, also Dillon Hill and party of
where people are, so that if anything Medford and Mr. and Mrs. Duwe.
like a complete record of people’s
movements is to be made, the people
Son Is Born to Sundmsn's.
must co-operate by giving some of
Word has been received in Central
this information themselves.
Point by Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Jones,
ance tothe fruit industry, had its in- will have results beneficial to the
cipiency in Rogue River valley and grower. The spraying nut will be the
first one the delegates will try to
is in fact the culmination o f a move
And if that is accomplished
ment that was started here by Mr. successfully all other little difficult
Wood some time ago and would have ies can be smoothed out with very
resulted in a meeting'at Medford. little effort.
A fter sending invitations to attend,
Mr. Wood discovered that Portland
Cakes that stick to the pan and
was favored over Medford, owing to threaten to break to pieces when
it being more accessible to the dele taken out, gre easily removed by
gates who wished to come.
turning the pan upside down and
Without doubt this big get-to laying a damp cloth on the bottom
gether o f fruit men o f the Northwest o f it for about five minutes.
Baby Clothes Get Prettier and More Comfortable
New arrivals at this store are awaiting your
attention and appreciation
S W E A TE R SETS, STAM PED DRESSES, SOFT
B LANK E TS, BOOTEES, STOCKINGS, etc.
IT IS B AB Y'S STORE T H IS W E E K
and prices are sure to please the purse
H. H a tfield
W IN T E R
No. 2 K L A M A T H GEMS, Smaller than
$ 0 .0 0
No. l ’s, but cook well, per cwt..........................™ —
SPE C IAL PRICES ON DOZEN A N D CASE
LOTS OF CANNED GOODS
(During Canned Goods W eek)
B U Y A CASE A N D SA V E M O NEY
F a b e r’s
of the birth o f a son to their
daughter, Mrs. L. E. Sundman of
Santa Rosa, Calif., the happy event
Midionary Society of Union Church taking place October 5. The young
Meet* at W. B. Harri* Home
man weighed 7 V4 pounds. “ Grandpa”
Jones is coming to his natural self.
The Woman’s Missionary society
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of the Union church held a very in FRUIT MEN LE AVE
teresting meeting at the home of
FOR BIG M EETING
Mrs. W. B. Harris on Friday after
noon, October 28.
It is always a
As representatives o f the fruit
pleasure to go to this country home, growers o f Rogue River valley,
and although there were more than David R. Wood and Harry Rosen-
thirty in attendance there was burg and others left Medford Wed
room for more.
nesday night for Portland, where on
Mrs. L. C. Grimes had charge of November 6 they met with delegates
the program which dealt with the from all orchardists in the Northwest
A ll kinds of
Central American mission.
This in an effortt o remove the market
mission was founded some years ago ing handicap wished on the west as
by the late Dr. C. I. Scofield and is a result of present spraying methods
Old Furniture Bought
a wonderful work in that as harmless as they are.
Refinishing and Repairing doing
otherwise almost neglected field.
To Mr. Wood will be given the
at 36 So. Grape, Medford
The mission is undenominational honor o f calling the important meet
Read the ads
and employs missionaries of several ing to order and acting as tempor
different evangelical churches.
It ary chairman and there is a prob
is just such a mission as the local ability that the Medford man will be
A spare time job soliciting for the
Federated churches can help, in retained as presiding officer during
32 North Front
American? Call for particulars.
connection with their missionary sup the sessions.
port o f denominational work. Four
This meeting, o f so much import
F. F. BURK— FOR AUTO TOPS children are supported in the mission
Opposite S. P. Depot
school. This is all that is being done
far, in financial support from
MEDFORD TE N T AND AW NING
the local work. The lesson was well
received and new interest created.
The president o f the local mission
ary society. Miss Helen J. Carlton,
who has been absent in the east for
TH IS IS TH E TIM E W H E N T H E N ATIO N S
some time, was present and gave an
T H R IF T Y HOUSEW IVES STOCK
interesting account o f her trip. The
TH E IR PAN TR IE S
members o f the society welcome her
Buy Your Canned Goods by the Dozen
The special music was appreciated
and it is hoped that there will be
more to follow. Several new additions
to the society were pre»*r.L
“ Service S l Quality“
A new broom lasts much longer
when soaked in strong hot salt srater
SOCIETY HOLDS MEETING
Will H. Wilson
Starts a l O Day Sale
Sat., Nov. 6th
“The Cheapest Store in the
National Canned Foods Week-Nov. 10-20
W eavers Store