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CENTRAL POINT AMERICAN
The nice sunshine the last few days
after the recent rains has been a
great help to the farmers o f this
, . vicinity in their fall plowing.
Many o f the hunters from here
have returned, some with big deer
as their reward and some reporting
no luck. A few o f the successful ones
are James and Abe Johnson, George
McDonough and Joe Hitch.
Members of the Straus and Day
families have returned with their
big band of cattle from their summer
pasture in the hills. They report a
very uncomfortable time on account
; o f the rain, snow and sleet.
Dated this 30th day o f Septem ian Endeavor 7 p. m. Preaching
and grandchildren, Mr. and Mrs, L.
services both morning and evening
A. Salade and Billy.
by the Rev. I. G. Shaw.
H. T. PANKEY,
Mrs. J. E. Weaver, S. S. Supt.;
Mrs. O. S. Blackford is slightly
Mrs. J. O. Isaacson, Supt. of Pri
improved and her friends hope to W. G. TRILL, Att’y. for Admr’.
mary Dept.; Mrs. A1 Hermanson,
hear that the improvement contineus. ■30-028
Roy Nichols will soon move to his
Supt. o f Cradle Roll Dept.; Mrs. G.
C. McAllister, Pres, o f Ladies’ Cir
M. F. Young and wife visited with
CHURCH OF CHRIST
cle; Elva Adams, Pres. C. E .; Mrs.
friends in Ashland Sunday.
Mrs. Young and Mrs. Marqi uess
Warner, Choir Director.
v-^re among Medford shoppers T ues-
Rev. Shaw, Pastor.
Raymond Anders and wife called services 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Christ-
on friends here Sunday.
Mrs. B. M. Bush and daughter,
Myhna, accompanied by Miss Ernes
Chester Anders and wife o f Med
tine Fredenburg, called on friends in ford, accompanied by Len Daily and
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Anders, motored
to Crescent City Sunday, making
the round trip in about twelve hours.
Riley Potter was a Sunday caller
Rain, fog and mud were some of the
at the E. L. Blackford home.
joys o f the trip.
Rough and Dressed Dimensions
O. S. Blackford has just finished
' Misses Eunice and Geneiva Glass seeding the J. P. Hoagland and Gus
have rented a room here so they will Samuel, ranches
be near the school house, as they are
attending school at Sams valley this
M. F. Young, B. M. Bush and C.
W. Anders have also finished their
The heating plant in our school seeding.
will soon be completed and ready for
use. It will make it pleasant for both
Sunday callers at the deer park
teachers and pupils after having
been inconvienced for so long during Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Ora
the col drainy weather.
Myers and son, William, also Mrs.
Edwards and party.
The grangers o f our community Central Point were Mr. Alexander
must not forget that Saturday,
October 23 is the date o f the Pomona
grange meeting at Wimer. Everyone
is sure to have a good time. Also
there will be a dance at night with
good music and a good crowd.
All the school children were glad
o f the holidays this week, there be
ing no school Mondav and Tuesday
on account the teachers institute.
> Final preparations are now under
way for the Halowe’en program to
eb given by the school.
program refreshments „will be served
and games and a general good time
will follow, also it is surmised that
some o f the neighbors will find some
funny things have happened during
the night as is always the case the
morning after the night before.
Our grange meets Thursday night
for the purpose o f initiating some
more new candidates. The lucky ones
this time are Mr. and Mrs. Martin
of Beagle, Mr. and Mrs. Vaugh o f
Table Rock; Glenn Holst and Nate
Milkowski both o f Sams valley.
Although we are a new grange we
have more members than some
granges twice as old.
Mrs. E. A. Wilhite has been visit
ing for the past few days at the I
home o f Mrs. O. T. Wilson.
J. L. Rowe returned from a several
days hunt on trail creek but reports
nothing but hunters luck.
All in our community who receive
the Central Point American say the
last issue was biger and better than
ever. Its popularity is steadily in
creasing in this section and we hope
it is the same other places.
Some time during last Saturday
night some one got in a great rush
and evidently could not see the turn
in the road and drove straight ahead
through one o f the Roagland gaes.
Some ne will have to build a new
gate an dfrom the glass left some-
one will also have to build a new |
Mr. and Mrs. Andy Buckles left
.last Friday evening for Portland |
where Mrs. Buckles will take medical
treatment. Mrs. B'ickles has been
ailing since last spVng and was ad
vised bv her physician to go to Port- |
land for treatment. We wish her a |
Mr. and rMs. Louis Mortonson. ,
Mrs. Harold Waltermire. Mrs. H. J. |
Whetstone were all callers at the A.
D. Buckles home last Friday after
Wednesday in Medford shopping.
.Last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. H. F. |
Whetstone celebrated their thirty-
second wedding anniversary.
had as their dinner guests Mr. and
Mrs. Newell Whetstone and little
daughter o f Ashland, also Mr. and
Mrs. H. G. Waltermire.
Last Thursday the club met at i
their club house while there was not |
* very many present a most en ioyahle
time was had. The ladies are planning |
another social fo r Hallowe'en.
The recent rains have
tractors and plow teams on
the farm« from the sound o f
both early and late. There
o f new soil being turned.
W e can save you money
Sawing all the time
Mill at Gauls Creek
5 Miles Southwest of G old Hill
Read this proposed
Am endm ent to the Constitu
tion of Y our State
Initiative Measure— Proposed by Initiative Petition
Initiated by Housewives’ Council, Inc: Josephine M. Othus, Mary
A. Dean, Clara M. Simonton— OREGON WATER AND PO
WER BOARD DEVELOPMENT MEASURE— Creating the
Oregon Water and Power Board of five elective members: ap
pointing first members, board filling vacancies; giving said
board gull authority for conservation, development, storage,
distribution of electric energy and water for irrigation and do
mestic purposes; authorizing state bonds issued not exceeding
five per centum of assessed state valuation; bonds issued to
pay interest or principal of outstanding bonds; issuance of in
terest bearing state public utility certificates; paying principal
or interest of bonds from state general fund with repayment
from bond fund ; taxes levied to provide such moneys; appro
priating $250,000 from the general fund returnable from wat
er and power revolving fund.
336 Yes. I vote for the foregoing measure.
vote YES or NO
337 No. I vote against the foregoing measure.
THIS MEANS FIFTY-THREE MILLIONS OF NEW BONDS.
THIS NAMES FIVE INEXPERIENCED PEOPLE TO SPEND YOUR Money
THIS MORTGAGES ALL YOUR PROPERTY TO POLITICS.
THIS LEAVES THE TAXPAYER TO FOOT THE BILLS.
THIS WOULD ALL GO INTO THE CONSTITUTION OF OREGON.
The Constitution would protect these Tax-Spenders
But what about the Tax-Payers?
Y our only protection is to
most all j
is a lot |
The ch-'dren enjoyed two days I
vacation from school this week d u r-!
i"g the trsrhers institute at Ashland.
We havr also added three new schol- I
ars to the school this week by the
attends*-»e o f three o f the Kay Ta-
kai children, who moved in the j
honse formorlv occupied by the ]
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given, that the
undersigned, has been appointed
administrator o f the estate o f Anna
Olsson, deceased, and all persons
having claims against said estate are
hereby required to present the same,
with proper vouchers, to said admin-
istartor, at the office o f his attor
ney, W. G. Trill, in Central Point,
Oregon, within six months from the
date of this notice.
WII » OW SPRINGS
Mr sod Mrs. Pearl Rnnnev who
here K»»n 1’ving on the Rov .Vehols
p la c e foe th e nest two year» are
e o p r » to Central Point and will re-
•Me <n t*>e boose formerly occupied
by Mrs. John Sisty.
Vote 337 X NO! in November
Paid Adv. by Oregon Public ütilitr Committee— Opposed to the Housewi ves' Council
Bonding Amendment— 424 Pneifie Building. Portland, Oregon.