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About Central Point American. (Central Point, Or.) 1925-1927 | View This Issue
CENTRAL POINT AMERICAN
Charles A . Wing
W h o « « New A nd L a rger O f fic e * A r e Located on North Front, Just O f f
Main, are M e d fo rd * Leading Real Estate »nd insurance Agents, En-
J oy in g a Large P atron age Over T hi* Part o f the Country and Special-
, ¡»ing in Loan* to Buy, Build and I mprove.
In this day and age, when con
servative men are constantly seek
ing investments where they are not
only assured o f a permanent source
o f income, but reasonable increase in
value, this real estate firm is doing
more than its share to meet the de
mands o f such men.
Our locatlity is indeed fortunate
in having this real estate office in
its midst. Charles A. Wing has for
several years been identified with the
growth an dexpansion o f this sec
tion, and has made a close study o f
real estate conditions, so that he and
his assistants can o ffe r the buying
and selling public the very best of
service. They have on their books a
large list o f most desirable propert
ies for sale, both town and country,
at prices and terms that cannot fail
to be attractive to the intending pur
chaser and they have made many
important deals in this section o f
Charles A. Wing has always made'
a point not to list property for sale
for more than its true value, and
this is where their close study of
local conditions renders them an
authority on values and the having
made many o f the important real
estate transfers in Jackson county.
also transact considerable
business in insurance and have been
the medium through which many of
the citizens o f the county have pur
chased their protection.
A special service that Charles A.
Wing is offering to the people of
Jackson county is their making loans
to buy, build and improve real estate.
This service is helping the people to
build better homes and making this
section a better place in which to live
Charles A. Wing has done a great
deal toward improving living con
ditions in this section, always being
a booster for propositions that
promise public improvement. He is
reliable and progress.ve business
man, and in making this review o f
the onward progress o f the country
we recommend him to all our read
Radio Unites Home Circle
In the past several years o f ra
dio’s development, from the crude
wireless o f dots and dashes, radio has
grown into the most formidable in
stitution in the world— a college o f
oratory, drama, music, a play house,
dispensing grund opera, music, phy
sical exercises, news, stock and wea
ther reports,, and last but not least,,
Bringing to one’s very fireside, to
the invalid’s couch, to the mother
and father,, too busy to seek else
where, pleasures and educational ad
vantages beyon«j price. In the dead
o f winter, the long cold dreary eve
nings are all too short when radio
becomes part o f the household.
The finer programmes o f the win
ter accentuate your need of radio.
Variety and choice o f entertainment
and educational advantages are un
limited offering that which no other
mediun in the world can deliver.
And the thrill, the real radio
thrill, DISTANCE— This is Station
CNRV, Vancouver! Or, this is Sta
tion WO AW , Omaha, and others—
still farther distance— is yours with
a good radio set..
Long past the curiosity or play
thing stage, radio today is recognized
throughout the entire world as one
o f the greatest scientific achieve
ments in history, ancient or modern.
Cand you afford not to have a ra
dio set— a GOOD radio set?
When ready to go into radio, the
uninitiated radio buyer should look
for a standard recognized quality set,
which has both dealer and manuf
acturer guarantee behind it. There
are many good sets on the market,
almost as many as poor ones. We
could name a dozen or more o f good
standard make, but because Auto
Supply & Parts company o f 3 South
Riverside, Medford is handeling what
in our opinion are the best o f the
GOOD ones, namely, Stewart-War-
ner match-unito radio. These sets
featured by The Auto Supply & Parts
Company are selected because of
their absolute in-built radio quality
at prices within reach o f the average
home and on terms that are conven
ient, human and respectable. In no
other set will you find the same life
like redention o f the singing and
speaking voice as you will in the
Stewart-Warner. They will be glad
to give a demonstration without ob
from Klamath Falls into the timber
adjacent to Butte Falls, to Medford
through Grants Pass and from here
along the right o f way owned by the
C. & O. C. railway which belongs to
the city o f Grants Pass. During the
past few months additional surveys
| have been made over this same terri
tory which gives rise to the belief
that an extensive Railroad develop
ment program is not far distant.
According to Mr. Arthur James,
who is one o f the largest holders of
railroad securities in the country.
A northwest railroad would soon find
it necessary to build into the rich
timber regions o f Southern Oregon
and California, with San Francisco
as one o f its outlets.— Southern
W e A re M an ufactu 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
W I L L O W S P R IN G S
M. F. Young has purchased two
thoroughbred Jersey heifers o f Prof.
Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Bush and
daughter Helen made a trip to Grants
Pass Sunday, spending the day with
the A. A. Mathes family.
Next Thursday, Friday and Saturday
at the Craterian theatre see Red
in action in
“ ONE MINUTE TO PLAY"
Mr. and Mrs. John Higinbotham
are the owners o f a new Overland
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Mortonson
were Sunday callers at the home o f
Mr. and Mrs. II. F. Whetstone.
Mr. and Mrs. George Mayfield and
family o f Silver Lake spent the week
end with his brother, Howard May-
The club met last Wednesday at
the home o f Mrs. Andy Buckles. All
had a mots delightful time and all
were glad to see Mrs. Buckles feel
ing so good, after spending about a
month in a hospital at Portland.
Charles T, Genzel is quite sick, we
hear, threatened with pneumonia.
All hope to see him soon at work
Most o f the stores o f Central Point
will close all day on Thanksgiving
Do your shopping before
Hansen o f
spent Tuesday visiting Mrs. E. E.
Scott o f this city.
Leo Ratter o f Chiloquin was in
this city Friday transacting business
He says the Green Spring mountains
are covered with snow and the
weather is very cold.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Leever motored
to Portland last week where they
spent a few days visiting. They also
attended one o f the college football
is the exclusive dealer in
sweaters for Medford and will give
you a ticket to the great football pic
ture “ One Minute to Play”
with each Red Grange Sweater
See our window
6th and Central
M edford, O r e .
No Home Complete Without a
So many people are disappointed
in their own style o f penmanship.
Many neglect their correspondence
for this very reason. It is an easy
thing to learn to operate a type
writer and to procure one is not be
yond your means.
The Corona Typewriter is more
and more coming into use in the
home. Compact in form and easy to
carry it is finding its place along
with the sewing and washing mach
ine. Because o f its speed and simp
licity in operating it is replacing the
standard machines in the smaller bisi-
ness houses and among the traveling
The Medford Book Store located
on north Central,, Medford are the
agents for the Corona for Jackson
The Medford Book Store also has
a good stock o f rebuilt machines.
Both new and rebuilt machines are
sold on easy payments.
The service department for type
writers has atained a distinction over
this section and they are considered
authority on all typewriter troubles.
Of course we all know that the
Medford Book Store carry in stock
the latest in popular fiction as well
as the books that have remained in
demand through the years. But tnat
is not all,accomodation is a by-word
at this store and they will be glad to
order any book you wish.
In the photo department they have
a large stock o f cameras and supplies
where the amateur photographer is
sure to satisfy his needs.
In making this review we wish to
compliment them upon their SER
VICE and one that is ever courteous
C R A N B ER RIE S,
quart ..................................... 15c
S W E E T S , per p ou n d .....................
A transcontinental railroad thr-
gh Grants Pass to the coast can
sily be visualized in the develop-
?nt program recently announced by
r. Arthur James in St. Paul, in
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F O R E M O S T S A L M O N , No. 1 tails 18c;
4 fo r
2 5 c ; 3 0 c ; 35c
L I B B Y Y E L L O W P E A C H E S , No. 2 «* fo r ... 30c
P I N E A P P L E , Sunbissed, No. 1’ s
sliced 2 0 c ; 2 fo r
L IB B Y F A N C Y R E D S 35c special, 3 f o r ... »Oc
K L A M A T H R IV E R F A N C Y R E D
C H IN O O K S A L M O N H flat at ............22c
A L L G O O D C O R N , 4 cans
TENDER S W EE T CORN, 7
Canned Goods Prices Close Saturday, Nov. 20
Come early and avoid the rush on Sat
urday evening at
Ice Cream, or Hot Drink*
Popular eating place of Central Point
3 fo r ....... 30e
O R E G O N T O M A T O E S , fan cy, 2 \ i, 18c to 35c
W A L N U T S , best local, small
MEALS— CONFECTIONARY— FOUNTAIN
A S K A S A L M O N , No. 1’ s tall, 3 fo r ........45c
which he prophesies the realization
o f Jas. J. Hill” s dream o f a northern
line entering California.
Several years ago surveys were
made through Southern Oregon for a
right o f way between Klamath Falls
and Crescent City, California. Some
o f these surveys provided for a line
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medium and l a r g e , ..............
R A IL R O A D TO COAST
SEEN IN P R O G R A M
B. P. Theiss & Co.