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CENTRAL POINT AMERICAN
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CENTRAL POINT, OKBOON, TMI ISSI* \ V, SKITKMMKH !M. |:»: d ;
VOTES TO SECOUE Store Purchased
B y Dale Smith
M u s in g s -^7
By an Innocent Bystander
N I VIRER AO
Ashland C. of C.
With County Unit
T OLD DOME
IN EAS 1 ERN ORE.
Committees from the Ashland
Chamber of Commerce and the Jack-
son County Chamber are endeavor
ing to effeet a merger of the two
bodies. AVhen the Jackson County
| Chamber of Commerce was formed
Negotiations for the purchase cf ployed in the Oerlinger machine j with the old Medford organizatiou
Rev. Clifton A. Phillips and fa
the W C. Leever Hardware store shop in Dallas. It is understood ho j as a nucleus, and with representa mily recently returned from a trip
tives from each community In the
were closed Wednesday evening, Me. Intends to install a machine shop I
county on the board of directors, to his old home in Eastern Oregon
Dale Smith of Dallas, Oregon, pur and general repair shop in the)
Ashland refused to join the move and other places of interest In Ore
chasing the business. He will take store. The shop will be equipped j
gon. They drove directly from here
with the latest equipment and all
possession at once.
A certain amount of rivalry and to southern Ontario aud from there
The store has been in charge of kinds of repair work done. He also
jealously has existed for many years to Elgin, Oregon, where Mr. Phil
Mrs. Florence Eddy since the open expects to handle electrical goods as!
between the two towns hut It Is lips formerly lived.
ing of school last week
She. will well as general hardware.
At Elgin the Phillips family m.-t
thought that the time has come *o
continue |n charge until the arrival
Mrs. Smith and daughter Melody
forgot differences and unite for the many old friends and acquaintances.
of the new owner, who will assume will join Mr. Smith here as soon as
They attended a farmer's picnic and
best interests of the county.
personal charge as soon as he can possible. Mrs. Smith is at present in
The Jackson County Chamber of other social events. While in Elgin
make arrangements to move his fa a Dallas hospital for a major opera
Commerce has worked steadily to they attended a family reunion, at
mily from Dallas.
tion and Melody is staying with her
help every community in the district, tended by all members of the family
Mr. Smith, who is a brother of mother's sister. The family formerly
believing that hv so doing the Inter in Eastern Oregon. Many of the
Mrs. E. I*. Stone of this city and is resided here and will be warmly I
ests of the large cities would take friends they had not seen for 25
well known here, is at present em- welcomed by their many friends.
care of themselves. With the en years were present.
Leaving Elgin they drove over the
trance of Ashland Into the organlzu-
tlop it is believed even more cat! be new grade across the southern end
Humane Society to
of the Blue Mountains. Mr. Phillips
For Mrs. Akers accomplished.
describes this grade as being the fi
Mr. Dale Smith, well known here as
nest piece of road engineering he
the brother of Mrs. E. P. Stone, of Farewell Party
saw At one point they were al
Mrs. Martin, mother of Mrs Akers | and one secretary handle the busi
the W. C. Leever hardware and
The Annual Candlelight sale spon
Given Mrs. Putney
most at the snow line. At night the
sporting goods store. We are glad !o
sored by the Humane Society will be
would form so thick on the
By Carnation Club held Friday and Saturday of this Federated church with a stork show than the present arrangement of two frost
welcome this young 'man to our cir
windows they could scrape It off
cle of business men and wish hint
week at 6th and Fir street, Medford.
The following guests were present
There Is some feeling in Ashland with a knife. Here they spent a few
The Carnation Club entertained Wearing apparel for men. women
every success in his new enterprise.
days with Mr. Phillips' brother.
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Mrs. Maynard Putney with a fare and children and household articles Mrs. Phipps from Medford. Mes- that by Joining the Jackson County
They returned by way of the Co
At last a good use has been found well party wheih took the form of a can he bought at astonishing low
Highway and Portland. On
for the several vacant buildings In kitchen shower, at the l^ingston prices. Doors open at 10 o ’clock so Paul Martin, Bert Langston. Elliot, in some unexplained way. take ad the trip they covered 1501 miles and
town. Our enterprising gardeners home Tuesday. Practically all th< come earlv and avoid the rush
Idea has been exploded long ago. report no trouble whatsoever and a
Duncan, Johnstone, and Faher.
are using them for the storage of members were present.
and Ashland will no doubt wonderful time.
Mrs. Akers received many lovely
refreshments erf sandwiches pick
their onion crop. And it takes SOME
other towns of the coun
floor spare to store so many of the les, cake and coffee were served
ty have done, that getting together
monstrous bulbs. This district has
is the best way to promote good
sure proved a mighty fine place for moving to Medford to make their
home will be greatly missed in the
residents will be interested to hear NEXT WORLD AVAR
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Dr. Green and Dr. Heckman stop
of the marriage of Miss Ellen Kerr,
MAY MEAN FINISH
Baby Salon Opens
We notice that Bro. Hall says he
ping their car in front of the Drng
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William
OF CIV ILIZATION
is going to wake us from our fancied Interesting Program
Tuesday at Shangle’s Store and Mr. Heckman crossing to.
Ztnn KetA, and Edward B. Hanley.
security. That’s always the way—
the Post office, in the meantime Dr.
Enjoyed by Grange Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward DENVER. Sept. 17.— Another
someone is always taking the joy out
A baby salon will be conducted by Green drove up the street and turn
Hanley, of Seattle, Wash., which World war will bring “ world chaos
of life. Well, we’ve lived through
J. Verne Shangle during the next ed around and came hack iu trot*
Central Point Grange met Friday was solemnized in Seattle last Wed- and the probable end of our present five weeks, and the first photo of the Postofflce.
fires, floods and fool administrations
civilization.” Homer T. Bone. United graphs for entries wore taken Tues came out of the Postofflce, walked
and have an idea we can survive night with a fine attendance. Fol ensday.
States senator front Washington told day, September 22, There are three around the hack of their car and
even tlist pestiferous young-ttn's lowing an interesting business ses
sion the entertainment hour In mer residents of Medford and ar. y rtPrilnB 0f forelgu Wars in annual classes with I lie first desiguated for crossed to Stones Drug store..
charge of Arnold Bohnert was open members of one of the most famous eneampment today.
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youngsters from three months to one
pioneer families in southern Oregon
Major General Smedley I). Butler, year of age. The second class are for
By the way. folks, it Just occurred ed by group singing, directed by J
Mervvn Gleason and Clarence
The old Hanley ranch on Ross Lane, retired, of the United States marine
boys and girls from one to three Bates left Saturday night on a doe
to ns this minute that next month E. Vincent. A duet by Mrs. Ethel
corps jnothi r speaker, indicated his years, and the third for those from hunt to a dandy secret place. Awak
will mark the closing of our fifth Fleischer and Mrs It. E. Nealon ac
In the valley He Is a brother of Miss extemporaneous address would am
threg years to five.
year with this paper. It has been a companied on the piano by Miss Lo
ing Sunday morning at day break in
Alice Hanley who resides here, and plify his earlier remarks at the con
Fifteen Medford merchants will what looked to them like a circle of
"Magnificent Adventure” . While at la Blackford was enjoyed. Mrs. Ma
vention that “ I’ll never fight in a co-sponsor this event and a total of used cars and they returned horn*'
times it has seemed almost a hope bel Mack told of her recent trip to
The Hanleys make frequent visits foreign land again.” and “ let the in
$150.00 in rash and the same disgusted.
less endeavor, still taking it by and Corvallis and the Slate Fair at Sa
to the valley and retain contacts ternational bankers collect I heir
amount In merchandise prises will
large we feel amply repaid for all lem. This being an impromptu pro
with scores of old friends.
own war debts."
be awarded winners In the baby sa
hard work and sleepless nights. And gram several members responded to
lon. Air. Shangle stated. Judges
we confess to a bit of quiet pride
This meeting being the end of the Miss Vivian Collins
H AD HOUSE Gl ESTS
from out of town will select the
that we have been permitted to do
third quarter, team No. 2 won by
House guests at the Ililkey home winning photograph* which will be
Marries W . P. Cochran recently
one point in the attendance contest.
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were Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Judged for personality.
T A Marine aitting on a bench at
All members were asked to keep
Starting with about 200 names on
Miss Vivian Collins, charming
the horseshoe grounds
our mailing lists, today over 1200 iti mind that Wednesday night, Sep daughter of Mr. and Mrs E m m a n u e l who continued their vacation trip to CELEBRATE .ANNIVERSARY
and visiting with some lady— not his
Yosemlte Park on Monday. Mr. Nut-
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Minnick cele
families get out little paper each
Collins of Central Point and Walter
week. And we believe they like the Each member may bring a gn°st. Pearl Cochran, son of Mr. and Mrs. hall was a buddy of Hilkey's when brated their wedding anniversary
darned thing, too. for they keep say There will be a program and a good W. G. Cochran of Winfield Kansas t|iey were both In the standing army last Friday by having dinner In Med
Mr. Lull purchasing a hunting li
IS years ago. It bad been a long ford and attending the show after
ing mighty nice things of it. And to time is promised.
were married at the home of Rev.
cense from Rosa ft Ross that wasn't
time since they had seen each other. wards During the Friendship Circle
night we want to restate our simple
Phillips Monday, September 21 at 8
any good but was unable to got his
Mr. and Mrs. AYagenhlat, old friend» Hour Herbert had a radiogram
p. m. before a few close friends
money hack even |f he didn't got »
and neighbors from California, were played for them.
They will make their home in
Birthday Luncheon Medford. The young couple were also guests at the Hilkev home re
To live as gently as I can:
Harry Hansen asking Delbert
To be, no matter where, a man;
school mates having both graduated
Through a missunderstanding it from the Winfield
Ayers If he didn't have anything else
To take what comes of good or ill
The sixtieth annual meeting of
was stated in last weeks paper that
And cling to faith and honor still;
to do besides locking up mall hoxcH.
the Southern Oregon Pioneer Society i
To do my best, and let that stand
TIIE FEDERATED UHl'RCH
home. It was the cause of a number ENJOYS VISIT WITH RELATIVES Is being held today In Jacksonvlll-'
The record of my brain and hand;
Rev. Robert Charles Lewis, Pastor New Fur Shop
It will be decided at this meeting
And then, should failure come to me of ladles walking across the tracks
Mr. and M tb . J. C. Woods and sons whether the organization will be
in the hot sun and having to make Kenneth and Max of Portland have
Open* in Medford
Still work and hope for victory
Bible School— A. AV. Ayers Sup-
the return trip. After the ladles all spent the past week at the home of kept alive by native sons and daugh-j rlntendent, 9:30 A. M.
Mr and Mrs. H. K. Matthews, for
ters or disbanded. Mr. and Mrs. Far
i gathered at their regular meeting
To have no secret place wherein
Morning Worship— 11:00 A M.
Mr and Mrs. Leo K. Potter. Mrs. ra attended from here
merly of Boise, Idaho, have opened
Y.P.8.C.E.— (two groups),
1 stoop unseen to shame or sin:
Woods Is a sister of Mr. Potter and
a fur shop In the Holy Theatre
otherwise) about it.
To be the same when I'm alone
they had not seen each other for TKLLH o f d u s t c o u n t r y
building, Medford. The new business
Evening Servlea— 7:30 p. m.
As when my every deed Is known:
twenty three years.
Mr. Marshall Simmons who came
lias been named Arista.
To live undaunted, unafraid
The Woods and Potters made a here direct from the edge of tha
The Matthews operated a fur shop
ger served the birthday luncheon, of
Of any step that I have made;
trip to Crater Lake Sunday
dust bowl In Kansas reports that day afternoon from 2 to 3 o’clock 'n in Boise for aeven years and are ex-
To be without pretense or sham
Mr. Woods is in the real estaie they would tape their windows in charge of Mrs. H. A. Davlaaon. From ! perienced in this line of work. In
devil fods cakes and punch was serv
Exactly what men think I am
advertising business and called on a side and out— bang wet blanket* 3 to 4 o'clock In charge of Mrs. R Medford they have installed the
ed. Favors consisted of frosted cook
number of the local business people over the doors and In spite of all this C. Lewis.
' latest equipment for manufacturing
er. 2:30 p m Tuesday
To leave some simple mark behind ies with animal crackers at each while in town.
would take up 12 or 15 pounds of
"»•» repairing all type, of furs, and
To keep my having lived in mind;
dust off of the floors in the morn
| fur ( oats. In the spring they plan
HOAV Ttt MAKE LIBRARY PASTE
If enmity to aught 1 show.
modern fur storage
The Family Gathering. Wednes to install
Dissolve a lump of alum In a cup
To be an honest, generous foe;
Mall carriers, traveling men, or
of hulling water. Make a paate with anyone that might be raught out
To play my little part, nor whine
Choir Practice— Thursday.
That greater honors are not mine. cy Wilson who celebrated h< r Hi two teaspoonfuls of flour and cold all carried dust masks
hirthdav Saturday, Mesdames Edna water. Stir Into the boiling alum wa
LO N G EVO U S
This. I believe, Is all I need
Marine. Dora Jones. Tilly Maple. ter and let come to a boil again. Re
For my philosophy and creed
CHKIHTIAN CHI'IM It
Edward McGInley. 108 years old.
Emma HUkey. Emma Gleason and move from the fire and stir until al
— Cl* BBT
news of the death of his step mother.
< lift on A. Phillip«, Minister
a little walk recently, returned
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most cold Add ten drops of carbolic
Bible School 10:00 A M Roland to the Arizona
People sometimes overwhelm
Jack Lees has moved bark the
with their comment, upon this little RETURNS T o MJHOni
Thia paste will keep indefinitely front of hts garage and built a new
was going on a long Journey and
column But wed give all our old
Mr and M ^ A e r n e Hansen a, , and Is fine for school children to a»- | (|r|reway which adds much to the Hover, Supl
Communion and Preaching 11 oo peacefully passed
collars and cuffs If we could express eomp.nted hy A erne Jr started for
This receipt was handed In by Mrs
A M Subject "Preparing For Win
He drove mules, cussed, drank,
i r hearts llhe th a t man Medford
Sunday morning where George Fox.
what Is in our
t e r " Solo, Mr. Vincent
danced and died
I A'erne Jr. was to board the train to
Guest does, blesa his heart.
Lloyd Smith of the Finley Imple
Senior Endeavor 7:00 P M. Nor
Too bad' If he had resided in the
I return to the blind school In Salem
Mr. Ingle, a saddlemaker of j ment Co fa making a business and
man Hansen, leader J Ed A'lncent, Rogoe River Valley, where we have
Well, here we are almost at the
pleaau>> trip ttno Klamath Count»
the Rest Climate and Finest Water
bottom of our column and haven't train was Just leaving They hurrte I bm k about ten o’clock Sunday morn
.1. Willi» Hale will be th speaker In the World, he might have lived ,o
ing and claimed the five dollar prize.
said a word about politics. That It
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morinng for Eugene where he will at the evening service 8.00 P M Mr j ripe old age.
never do. So just to keep our hand ••d to continue on to Gold Hill before
Hat« is a teacher who is giving up I.ARWTR* ANf> FRUITGROWER*
they could catch the train
Mrs. Milton of Rogue River Is »1- ■ attend the University
in we will aay this one thing: If you
his work for the mission field m
are not registered— get busy Only a
Deposit In* jr-
Klama'h Fall» bar atar'ed to bar-
little over a waek before the hooks that vote for the "typical governor and son Mr Milton Her fitter, Mr»
Ms u f t i r s The Womia t C i i c e " ,
dose Remember, If your name is
L r e r t "rth ar ¡n f ^ r r a t r a . w r:'e
'Farley called him
Alfred el MUton of Beata foe* ba»a also derful petato crop It hsa aerea and will ainr
r> a $ p ji the b” 0 fc* hy October 3 you 11 Mm'
i P it
C .-s jv x ) V » t a r l * -
*w oat of lock o* election day. 8" 'Ic«us*a Lez5--= You w**c't V ;~r-
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The wood» are full of wild-eyed
would-be “ Deerslayers" these day».;
but we fear they are not finding Ü |
any too easy to bag a big buck th*s
year. But as usual we read of men
being shot for deer all over the land.
Eagle Point passed a bund issue
Why Is It that so many times men
week of 111,00b for the purpose
of ordinary Intelligence seem to go
hay-wire as soon as they get a big of securing Medford water for the
gun in their hands?
The matter of securing Medford
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The case of the CCC enrollee kill water has been under discussion for
ed the other day near Lakeview some time between the Eagle Point
seems especially useless. That two officials and the Medford Water
men should shoot at the same mov Commission. At a special election
ing object in the brush at the same held this week the people of Eagle
time looks funny at this distance. Point decided to issue bonds for
It's getting so the real hunters— $3,000 for the purpose.
The same thing has been discus
men who like the thrill of stalking
their game— are afraid to even pick sed among Central Point citizens for
up a sporting goods catalog, to say several years, but nothing definite
nothing of actually entering the has been done. Now that Eagle Point
has secured the water the chances
for this city obtaining it are thought
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We are told that negotiations are slim, as Medford may not care to
about complete for the purchase by sell any more.
S o w h a t? —