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CENTRAL POINT AMERICAN
Rev. end Mr*. Shaw intend leav
ing for Stay ton next Thursday.
Grimes, o f the battery shop, has
been busy this week installing radios.
Mrs. E. E. Scott visited Mrs. Aris
Throckmarton in Ruch Saturday.
Chas. H. Taylor o f Route 1, is a
new subscriber to the American, call
ing last Saturday.
C. E. Velin is among those new
subscribers to the American, since
our last issue.
Stock your pantry! Canned foods
week, Nov. 10-20. Buy in cases and
save the difference. Weaver’s store.
M. Znon; is another new sub
scriber to the home paper this week.
They all read the ‘American’ now.
B. F. Cummings renews the Am
erican subscription quite aways in
advance this week.
Men in shirt sleeves watering
lawns, seem more likespring than
Mrs. Gresham, daughter o f Mr. and
Mrs. Grim, returned to her home
back in Nebraska last Wednesday.
Paul Martin, Route 3, Medford,
will continue to receive the Amer
ican for another year.
The unfortunate few who have
the Scarletina are all recovering
Mr. and Mrs. Ramond Anders
motored to this city from Klamath
Mrs. J. C. Cash becomes a con
stant home paper reader by sub
scribing for the American this week.
Jack Lees and family have moved
to town so the children will be nearer
school this winter.
The Juniors have begun selecting
a play to be used as the yearly
Mrs. W. Ferguson was visiting her
friends in Ashland Monday and
The ’28 class o f the high school has
ordered its class rings for the com
We wil all agree that the recent
grading o f the city streets helped
C. M. Merritt, living on a splendid
ranch jjoning town on the east,called
yesterday to visit a minute i
up for the paper for a year.
C. P. Thomason is another new
subscriber to the ‘ American’ this
week. Lets’ make it unanimous.
Why this store
stands behind it
Atwater Kent Radio is
made in a 15 acre factory
— the largest radio fact
ory in the world.
It’s made as carefullv
as if this were the small
est factory in the world
and a reputation w ere yet
to be won.
So, when we install an
Atwater Kent Receiver
in our home, it works—
an keeps on working.
That’s why so many
people insist on “ Atwater
Have you s e e n the
wonderful O N E
Models? Come in and get
The paper is few hours late this Foods Week, Nov. 10-20. Weaver’s has been going on for some time. The cian and a social hour follows the
week on account o f extra work and a store, adv.
line up looks good, having two old talk. At the meeting next Thursday,
shortage o f linotype metal. It won’t
letter men in it.
Dr. Adams will discuss goiter, a very
T o the V o te r* c f the C ity o f C e n
j vital subject in this section where so
— You will make a big saving by also read the American a year,
tral P oin t — Your vote at the polls on many have trouble o f this kind. We
laying in your winter supply. Can through the courtesy o f B. F. Peart,
Tuesday, Nov. 2, 1926, will decide have in Central Point and vicinity a
whether I will be elected as City Re larger membership in the Jackson
Weaver’s Store, adv.
helps by leaving a news item when corder, or some one else; it having County Health association than any
With Haloween about to arrive,
he hears one.
been reported erroneously that I was other community. By calling at Pax-
there will probably be an addition
I son’s drug store, cars will take any
W. B. Kincaid is numbered am not a candidate for re-election.
to the police force made soon. Safety
wish to say that I am a candidate wish to go.
scription renewals the past week!, for re-election to this office, and if
The Chinese Pheasant season
We might have had some o f Cali
for which our thanks are declared. elected will continue to discharge closed Sunday, with all the sports
fornia’s earth quake. The chimney
On Friday evening o f this week, the duties o f the office in a con men of this city well fed up on hun
o f the charred theatre has fallen
Ladies’ Community club o f Tolo servative business like manner, to ting.
the best of my ability. Your support
Over in Cuba last week, 600 were
will serve a variety o f refreshments,
More people outside o f Medford
is solicited, and will be highly appre killed and 6000 made homeless in
following a Hallowe’en program at
read the Central Point American,
pd adv. the hurricane, a storm similar to the
the school house. The general public ciated.
than any other weekly paper in Jack-
Thursday, November 4 at 2:30 p. recent Florida storm.
is invited to attend and enjoy a so
m. the Jackson County Health asso
Suppose we will all have to send
The freshman class will give the
To-morrow is the last day o f our ciation will hold a meeting at the extra help to the Near East. There
other classes o f the high school a
‘ Bargain Month Subscription’. Old home o f Mrs. Victor Bursell. One were 400 killed and 100,000 made
masquerade party Friday night. This
and new subscribers alike, can take public meeting is held each year in hornless in the Armenian earthquake
will be a return party.
advantage o f the 50-50 split for each section where there is a com last week.
W. Stenson of Grants Pass and
Many people were out motoring^
twenty-four hours more, then the munity group and all people interest
Scott are trucking to
subscription price will be $2.00. ed are invited to attend. Some sub Sunday, owing to the spring-like
Klamath Falls and Marshfield from
Today and to-morrow only $1 to get jects o f interest to the health o f the weather that has been cheering them
Grants Pass. They state that apples
acquainted. Notice the label o f your community is presented by a physi up for the few preceeding days.
are the main seller since the frosts.
address on the paper, which reads the
Mrs. L. C. Hazelwood o f Central
Point is numbered among the new date o f your expiration.
subscribers to the ‘American’ thic
The old school house has been
completely torn down and the lum
W. H. Casebeer, another home
ber will soon have been hauled away
man renewing his home paper this
This is the old wooden structure
In announcing myself a candidate for the office of
week. The American is Jackson
in which the preceding generation
County’s Weekly paper, and appre
Recorder for the city of Central Point, I do so
acquired their education. The build
ciates the many readers it has.
no business interests to cater to, other than the
ing was built about a half century
Mrs. M. L. Elliott was a pleasant
ago and was becoming unsafe for any
for ALL the people of the city. I will aid
caller at the American office last
kind o f public use.
in all ways possible and devote my
Saturday, at the same time renewing
The high school has begun pract
time in endeavoring to give efficiency and honest
her subscription fo r another year. icing basketball under the new coach,
J. W. Gilmore, who lives on Mr. Carlson. There has not been a
labor to the duties.
route 1, called Saturday and while regular practise but the long and
S. S. POAGUE......
weary process o f gettnig in ‘shape’
here subscribed fo r the C. P. Am
The Rebekah lodge held a coun
try store Thursday night in the I. O.
O. F. hall. A good sized crowd at
tended. The money received will be
THIS IS THE TIME WHEN THE NATIONS
used in paying for a piano.
THRIFTY HOUSEWIVES STOCK
J. K. Hall, Central Pointer, pays
ahead a year on American sub
scription, since our last issue, with
Buy Your Canned Goods by the Dozen
H.S. Chirgwin, who is one o f our
readers, on Route 1, called Monday
to renew the American for a year
Central Point, Oregon
The carnival given at the school
“ Service & Quality’
gym last Friday night was fairly
well attended and a good time had
by everyone there.
Miss Alta Norcross, daughter o f
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Norcross, is now
attending the teachers’ college at
San Jose, California.
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Isaacson drove
to Ashland Sunday afternoon and
with Mrs. G. C. McAllister as a
guest, drove to the summit o f the
Siskiyous returning that evening.
New comers this week include
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Reasoner and
family, who have secured a residence
near the high school. Mr. Reasoner
moves here from Gold Hill.
— Our daily question— what shall
we eat? It will be answered conclu
sively at our store during canned
foods week— Nov. 10-20.
Christmas Cards of many shades and designs now at the Central Point Ameri
not afford to miss this opportunity
to solve your food problems. Weavers
can office for your inspection. Every one gets Xmas greeting cards.
some now, so you will sure have them when you realyy wish you had them.
Chales Suanely has recently start
ed a “ fixit” shop back o f the Cen
tral Point service station.
We have very attractive cards with envelopes to match, and we print in up-to-
Suanely is a well known resident o f
this city and has lined up a good
date type, your name or your family or your firm name. All for prices ranging
business. His ad appears elsewhere
from 10 cents up to 40 sents each.
in this paper.
Mr. Geo. Wallace, the efficient
mail carrier on Route 1 joins the
THE BEST AND MOST ECONOMICAL CHRISTMAS GIFTS YOU Can make
crowds in renewing American sub
scription, this week.
W. Warner is another new sub
scriber to the American, this week,
W e sell them and print o nthem in lots as low as 25 cards to a customer, or for
making 4000readers weekly to the
professional offices and firms who care to remember their patrons and
American,if we count four readers
friends, we can furnish any amount at most any price.
to a subscriber.as many papers do.
W. E. Chauncey called Monday
and talked shop awhile. Forty years
ago he was employed on a daily
All grade and high school students will want Xmas cards this year for their
paper in California. Mr. Cuauacey
fellow students— call at the American office to see samples now.
subscribed fo r the American for a
year, o f course.
— Our mothers used to generally
stock their pantries in the fall. As
DON’T BUY CHEAP CARDS ANDTRY TO SCRIBBLE YOUR NAMES
we always follow their good advise
let us follow their good example and
have a few doten extra cans for the
unexpected dinner guest.
National Canned Foods W eek-Nov. 10-20
W eaver’s Store
For Every Family, Firm and Individual
F o r a ll the C o u n ty
It costs no more for a good job of printed cards that we furnish.
Receiver with ONE Dial
Christmas Card Headquarters.
Order now to be sure.
Located in former loca
Lumber yard. We repair,
build and do anything in
the carpenter line.
Central Point American