The following items were taken from the Oct. 24 through 30, 1909, Examiner.

The following items were taken from the Oct. 24 through 30, 1909, Examiner.

The marriage of Domenico Messina and Miss Josephine Colderone, both of Courtney, was celebrated at high noon Sunday. The groom for nine years in the employ of the Santa Fe railway company, and the bride, a daughter of P. Colderone, a well-known Italian farmer living near the village.
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About every so often some one who has become interested in county expenses discovers that Jackson County is paying something like $50,000 a year to the several state insane asylums and concludes there should be a county asylum. The Examiner made a thorough investigation of cost and expediency. Jackson County has no need whatever for an insane asylum. We have more institutions which are governed by politicians and in which the officials are appointed because of political pull than we ought to have. We take this position with confidence.
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One of the two moving picture shows gave a performance last Sunday night. This was the first of its kind ever given here on Sunday, and it will probably the last. Mayor Jones said “I think that such performances on Sunday detract from the standing of our city.” The council appeared to be of the same opinion, for without a dissenting vote they instructed A.C. Southern the city councelor, to prepare an amendment to the ordinance licensing such shows that will prohibit Sunday performances hereafter.
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Annoyed by the trespassing of hunters on their lands, the farmers of Jackson County have formed the “Eastern Jackson County Game Protective Association.” Its purpose is to protect the game and prohibit hunting, trapping and fishing, with firearms, dogs or in any manner on the lands of members.