Image provided by: Rogue River Valley Irrigation District; Medford, OR
About Central Point American. (Central Point, Or.) 1925-1927 | View This Issue
CENTRAL POINT AMERICAN
Mr». R. J. Jackson o f Santa Clara, Portland was here Tuesday.
W. T. Dunn, an employee o f the
Calif., is another new subscriber to
the C. P. American, wanting to keep 0. and O. mill was transacting busi
track of Jackson county affairs, ness at our bank Wednesday.
Mrs. 0 . T. Wilson o f Sams valley
'»'he American goes from ocean to
was a Monday shopper.
J. O. Rigg nt Ashland is a new
Fun “ Carnival o f Venice,” Centra!
Point gym. Friday Oct. 22, 6 to— subscriber to the American this week
p. m. Everybody knows what a carni Mr. Rigg is a democratic candidate
val ia. An evening filled with mirth for state senate from this district.
and laughter and good thing to eat.
Mr. Upton and City Recorder Hat
We ir.vite everybody far and near field returned Thursday morning
to join us and share a few happy from their hunting'trip back in the
hou;s together Parents, teachers and heavy timber and deer country
friends will welcome you. Child wel several miles beyond Trail
fare ebnefit. Splendid program. Ad had a splendid time and
mission free. Pon’t leave your purse
The W. R. C. o f Central Point is
home. Given by the C. P. P.-T. A.
iving a Hallowe’en party on Oct.
The Carnival o f Venice.
Every y. A good program is being pre
body going. Central Point gym. Fri- j pared, besides various games.
day night, Oct. 22,—
Corps members and families come.
Meet me at^he Carnival of enice The members that have not been
Central Point gym, Friday, Oct. 22. asked may either bring apple pies,
Si* p. m., Barrels of fun and food. pumpkin pies or doughnuts.
Mrs. W. G. Mayfield called at the
Mrs. Weaver learns that her
American office this week, leaving a mother, Mrs. Mary A. Wagner of
years subscription for the paper for Cove, Oregon, has recently been
which our thanks are extended.
guite sick. Her mother is 78 years
Mrs. G. W Mayfield has returned old and came to eastern Oregon in
from Klamath county where they 1862, pou- being one of the oldest
have been since June. Mr. Mayfield pioneers living in the eastern part
will return sono.
o f our state.
Harvey DeHass and family of
John Albert says "I want the home
weekly paper for another year,” as Cascade, Idaho, are visiting this
week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
he laid down the price o f renewal.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Anders of J W DeHass.
Wm. DeHass of Weed, Cal, spent
Klamath Falls visited at the homes
o f E. E. Scott and Mr. Anders, Sr., the week-end at home in Central
in the Willow Springs district.
Guy Tex was among the local
E. Reames is doing good work on
hunters in bagging the
grading the side streets and filling
game when the season
those holes and rough places.
It has been reported that scarlet opened, downing one pheasant, which
fever has appeared in Medford and weighed four pounds, besides many
rumor tells us this morning of one others o f smaller size.
Otto Bohnert is trucking potatoes
case in Central Point. All precaution
must be taken to curb any possibili from the Prospect countr yto this
ty o f it spreading if it is proven that valley. Mr. Bohnert also raises large
quantities of potatoes himself.
the disease is in the valley.
Mr. Paxton of the Rexall drug
J. T. Hogland o f Ashland, former
resident o f Willow Springs, was store has been a little “ under the
this week with acute in
shopping here today.
A. B. Hall o f Eagle Point was a digestion.
Banker J. 0 . Isaacson and At
Monday visitor in Central Point.
Mrs. Mae Jacobs and daughter, torney W. G. Trill were attending
Miss Edith, drove to Hombrook, court in Jacksonville Monday on le
Cal., Sunday to visit relatives.
W. A. Crane and wife and Miss
Insurance Examiner Shankland of
B L A N K E T S
These chilly nights call for a little more covering
New blankets have arrived, single and double
Blankets, plain or plaid Blankets
and New Robes
Mary A Mee made a visit last Sun Roy Nichols.
day with relatives on Applegate.
Earl Heft, Roy Nichols and Mr.
Ray Reasoner of Gold Hill is
Mr. Ilewett, Mr. Bowlby and Mr. Hammond returned from a weeks another new American subscriber
Boyer were Otcgon drug men who hunt Wednesday in bringing in three this week. Mr. Reasoner is a contrac
were intown Tuesday.
deer and a large bear.
tor o f our neighbor town.
Mr. Mills o f Ashland was in town
Robert Southwell, a Central Point
Mr. Young acted as city recorder
Monday to look after adjusting the er, called on the American and re i last week, while Mr. Hatfield was
insurance on the Odd Fellows build newed for the paper a year in ad exploring the hills for deer.
ing, which was damaged by Satur vance this week.
CHRISTMAS is co ing.
day mornings fire. The Great Ameri
D. L. Davidson was another one
can Insurance company, represented to take advantage o f our October j are stocking up now, and holiday
by Miss Mary Mee had the loss.
bargain offer, by paying the Ameri rom now until Xmas week. Central
Mrs Mattie Parker o f Central can subscription up a year ahead.
Point' stores are going to be pre-
Point, with her cousin, Mrs. Parker
D. L. Davis, a home reader o f the | pared for your Xmas trade.
o f Roseburg, who is visiting here, home paper, renews for another year watch ea heissue o f the American
made the American office a pleasant this week.
for prices and descriptions of what
call Tuesday, assuring the new editor
Mrs. Paxton recently returned our merchants will have for your
and his wife a hearty welcome to this from a visit with relatives back in selection. The largest advertisers do
K UU tana.
I the largest business. Trade at home
“ The worlds greatest out o f doors”
D. L. Davidson, Mrs. Swartz and this Christmas.
Governor Pierce will speak at the A. B. Maple all happened in the
Rogue river valley grange hall this American office at the same time last FOR SALE— New Remington lfi
shot .22 rifle. Never beet shot. In
Friday evening. A large attendance Saturday to get acquainted and wish
quire American office.
J. R. Bowen o f Rogue river is W f t m v m i W A W Y A V / A V W A V J W i W W V W A W .
another new reader to the American
list this week. Mr. Bowen is a candi
date for state representative.
A good solicitor wanted at Araer*
Wanted: Solicitor. American office
J. W. Eldon living on route one
was a pleasant caller the past week
and before leaving he advanced the
American subscription up for a year.
J. O. Riggs of Ashalnd, democratic
candidate for state senator, was in
Central Point Monday, making this
office a pleasant call.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hudson, while I
shopping in C. P. Saturday called '
on the American and left the renew- ]
al price for another year.
New readers to the
Fire Retardent Roofing Paint
Shingles, Metal and Paper Roofs
J. H. Terrett called Saturday and
became a subscriber to the Ameri
Approved by Fire Chiefs of the
State of Oregon
Mrs. Charles Strong o f Medford
and her daughter, Mrs. Robert
Holmes of Eugene, were vistiing
Mrs. M. P. Holmes the week-end.
J. B. Jones called on the printing
force the first o f the week and be
came another new subscriber for the
Guaranteed by Standard Roofing Company
On Thursday afternoon o f last
week a shower was given at the home
Complete line of Shop Celebrated Cement Brick
o f Mrs. Earl Heft by the ladies of
the Will Springs club in honor of
all colors, Building Tile, Sand and Cement
baby Lorene Thompson little daugh
Gold Hill Lime— None Better
ter o f Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Thomp
son. Many beautiful and useful
in Manufactured Cement
presents were received.
A fter the
packages were opened by the babies
mother and displayed, little Miss
Lorene tried on her pretty bonnets
and coast, dimpling and smiling,
howing she appreciated it all. Dainty
refreshment* wen* served by the
hostesses, Mrs. Earl Heft and Mrs. W W W W W A V A W J W . W M V V V A \ % W A % V V A V A V A V W .
Spark Proof, Rust Proof and
STANDARD ROOFING CO.
All wool Blankets and Mixed Blankets
See them to appreciate the values
J. O. RIGG
FROM $2.50 to $8.50
Wanted to List
LARGE AND SMALL RANCHES AND
FOR STATE SENATOR
6th Senatorial District
Stands for Good Clean Government Under all Circumstances.
Opposed to Pre-Primary Convention; opposed to old style convention; un
compromisingly for Direct Primary System and People’s rule in their own
Opposed to Dennis Resolution
In favor o Grange Income tax measure
Original Estimate and Accounting Sheet
SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 6
This original estimate shows in parallel columns the unit costs of the several services, material and supplies
for the three fiscal years next preceding the current year, the detail expenditures for the last one o f said three
preceding fiscal years and the budget allowances and ex penditures for six months o f the current year.
months of the current year” means six months o f the last school year,
the e n s u ing
We have some inquiries for both— See
JOHN B. SHELEY
Second Building East of Postoffice
Agent for the Benefit Savings and Loan
Association of Portland
Expenditures and budget
allowance for six months
of last school year.
pend’s for Second year First year
Budget allow the
last year give yearly give yearly
ance in detail of the three
2. Principals ........................... | 1360.00
3. Teachers, 2 <g> $1306.00..... | 12690.00
2 @ $1360.00
2 <q> $ 990.00....................
4. Janitor* ........... .....................
5. Clerk .....................................
7. Other services
Our potatoes cannot be
equaled for quality or price
Netted Gems, U. S. No. 1, per 100-lbs.
Netted Gems, Choice No. 2, per 100-lbs,
» ___________________________ *
i ' 1
Grade buildings and grounds
High buildings and grounds
Total--- Maintenant» A Repair«
.N h fB x E b N g T V
1. Bonded and int. thereon
2. Warrant, aad int. thereon
M I ^ E iiA k E Ò t 's
W eaver’s Store
ÒITÀND t o T A l '
“ SERVICE and QUALITY”
Central Point, Oregon
I C. A. Boles, do hereby certify that the above estimate of expenditures for the year 1^27-1928 was pre
pared by me and that the expenditures and budget allowance for six months of the current year and the expendi
tures for the three fUcal years next preceding the current year as shown above hare been compiled from the re-
•ord* in my charge a^d are true and correct copies there f
Q. A BOLES.
M JL a . .
THE PRICE OF FLOUR IS ADVANCING
— IT IS TO YOUR ADVANTAGE TO BUY
CANNED FOOD WEEK
M A fE k iA L a N6 ¿UEELl'ETr*
1. Furniture (desks, etc.)
2. Supplies (chalk, etc. 1 .......
4. Fla^s, phone.............. ...........
6. Janitors supplies _..............
7. Fuel ..................... ...................
8. Light ....................................
9. Water ................................
10. Postage and stationery
Total— Malarial an dSupplis»
C Ò ^ + R U C T I Ò r f------- “ ------------
T otal— Construction______________ _L
Expenditures for three fiscal years
next preceding the last school year
$ 1 100 00(
470 00 $
« 2-61 1 ¿8
' » ¿¿¿.rf.A0