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C H U R C H O F C H R IS T
Bible School 10 a. m.
Morning Sermon 11 a. m. Ser
mon subject: “ Why the Church?"
Merged service Communion o f the
Lord’s Supper 11:110 a. m.
Evening sermon 8 p. m. Subject:
“ New Testament Church.” This is
the 6th o f a series o f chart sermons
on this theme. Bring your Bible
questions; we answer without com
ment, reading the answers from the
I. G. SHAW
W. L. Vestal and wife, who have
been here the past week from Port
erville, California, will leave in a
few days for the Mojave valley in
southern California, where he will
go in search o f relief from rheuma
R esiden ce f o r Sale——4-rooss b u n g
T O L O ITEM S
alow with sleeping porch, w ood shad,
The Kirkland Farm entries of
garage, lights and w ater. T erm s to
Inquire at this o f Milking Shorthorns was one of the
most complete exhibits by a single
Miss Edna Merritt will leave soon
for Monmouth Normal school, where
she will take special training in pri
mary work and music.
FOR R E N T o r S A L E — M odern 4-
room dw elling, garage and w o o d
shed, unfurn ished, will sell at a bar
gain, or rent fo r the w in ter.
W. G. Trill.
Mrs. H. T. Pankey, accompanied
by a sister from Nebraska, are vis
iting with relatives this week in
Salem and Portland. The sister will
return home after the visit in Port
B rick Ice Craam at D am on C a fa. land.
W A V A V A W ^ ^ V A V /M W .^ ^ A W » V V V V V V W V V V V V V V V V V
HAY — GRAIN — SEED — WOOD
P h one 41 S tore
P h one 54 R esiden ce
—Local and Long Distance Hauling—
WE BUY POULTRY
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IS G O O D . B U T IT W O N ’ T G O
R E G IS T E R
IN T H E
W e A r e M a n u fa ctu rers o f
DOORS, SCREENS, WINDOWS AND SASH,
WINDOW AND DOOR FRAMES, MOULD
INGS, CABINETS OF ALL KINDS
Our Constant Aim is to Keep Our Quality and Prices
Absolutely Right. Do Not Order From Out-of-Town
Concerns Before Letting Us Figure on Your Bill.
A MODERN MILL
An ordinance requiring all drivers
to bring automobiles to a complete
stop before crossing railroad tracks
has been passed by the Hanford,
California, ctiy council, according to
R. J. Clancy, officer in general
charge of safety for Southern Pacific
“ It is the belief,” Clancy said,
“ that requiring the driver to stop
will result in looking in both direc
tions and making observations which
will safeguard against accident if a
train is approaching. It s the further
belief that when required to stop
drivers will not approach crossings
at a speed so high that they cannot
stop before running into train, a
condition existing in more than one-
fifth of all grade crossing accidents.
“ In the last eight years ending
December 31, 1925, 1,678 automo
biles struck trains on the Southern
Pacific instead of being struck by
trains, and 197 skidded into trains,
resulting from approaching track at
speed above braking power o f theh
Central Point American
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W O M A N ’ S R E L IE F C O R P S S O C IA L
TROWBRIDGE CABINET WORKS
335 E. Main St.
JESSE L. RICHARDSON
& Building Materials
BIG PINES LUMBER CO.
Dr. I. H. GOVE
Central Point Feed Store
buy what it should.
The Best Dentistry Done Painlessly
— X-r»y servie
concern with 13 head o f cattle.
This herd is headed by the senior
John Merritt ha* returned to O.
Fd Brown was in Medford last
bull Count Matchless out o f Clem night attending a meeting of the A. C., where he will finish his course
entine IV by Count Tickford, an Eagles.
international grand champion of
1922; the junior herd sire Columbus,
is a son o f Oleta by Peerless Knight.
The dam is a grand champion milk
ing Shorthorn o f California State
Fair in 1923 and has also taken
grand championship here twice, j
Oleta, Betty Clay and Jewel in this
herd are in milk, the balance o f the
exhibit being young stock. Mr. Alex
Sparrow, manager o f the farm, was
looking after the stock. They also
had a fine exhibit o f horses.
Newell Whetstone, wife and little I
daughter, returned a few day* ago
from Oklahoma where they had been
visiting with relatives, and was glad
to get back to Oregon again, as
while they were there they had a
few electric storms that did not look
good to anyone from Oregon.
Mrs. Alex Sparrow returned last
Thursday from a week's stay at Rose,
California, which place she had taken
Miss Frances to attend school.
The school closed last Friday to
give the children an opportunity to
visit the Jackson county fair.
Quite a number from this locality
attended the Jackson County Fair
held at Medford last week. Most all
thought the display o f fruit the fin
est they had ever seen.
The Ladies’ Club will meet Thurs
day afternoon at the club house, the
first meeting to be held since June.
We hope to see a large attendance.
and to make their money
— A L L W O R K IS G U A R A N T E E D —
Q U IC K
S A L E — E ight roam
h ou ,e in C entral Point, cloaa in,
tw o lo t ,, g o o d rapair, garage, w ood
P riced low tc sell at on ce.
Inquire at tha A m erican o ffic e .
tomers in every particular
I now do all dental work by my new P A IN L E S S M E T H O D ; devel
oped by 18 years’ experience.
W IL L E X C H A N G E — A »mail tract
o f land, with live paying b u im e n
cloaa to g ood m arket; will aachango
fo r small acraaga near Central P oint.
Far p a rticu la r, *aa W . G. T rill.
Our aim is to satisfy our cus
CENTRAL P O IN T A M E R IC A N
T H U R S D A Y , S E P T E M B E R 23. 19 2 «
Nothing is Better for Breakfast than
Hot Cakes and
W e carry a complete assort
ment ot Hot Cake Flour,
Honey, Syrups and Pure
Home Made Sorghum.
The Woman’s Relief corps will
have their next birthday social Oct
ober 2nd, our next meeting day, for
those whose birthday comes between
July 1st and January 1st. There
will be a program and ice cream
and cake will be served. All mem
bers that can please be there. Good
program.— Mrs. M. L. Elliott, press
Mrs. L. Hatfield has been con
fined at home this week with a se
vere attack of lagrippe.
Mrs. Wm. Heckman and children
o f Klamath Falla are here visiting
at the Heckman home.
W A N T E D — Men or v o m « salesmen.
Soil Silk H osiory
L ia gorio.
E xp erien ce
,,n « ,,u r y .
G ood pay, perm anent position.
dress S. D. F orbes, ca re this paper.
Jesse Richardson was out until one
o'clock last night, but wouldn't tell
us where he had been. Jeaae said
not to tell where he was on account
of the Mrs.
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Central Point. Oregon
Paul Martin, L. N. Swartz and
Jim Burger returned the first o f the
week from Los Angeles, where they
were called on account o f Paul's
brother being injured. They report
the brother recovering. The acci
dent occurred when he fell from a
load o f lumber breaking eeveral
bones in his hand and breaking an
arm in two places.
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