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About The American. (Central Point, Or.) 1928-1936 | View This Issue
jjr. and Mrs. Luke Jennings of
lie were trading In Central Point
rly Monday morning. T h e »« In-
o f their home
George Hltzler, Jr., of Bremerton.!
j Washington, visited with hi* futher.
George H iuler, the first of the week,
and drove to California Wednesday
I the home
horn - would
Mr. Iliu le r Is an extensive poultry
dealer of his city, and 1» quite well
lh<* v“ lu4, ol reality!
He Wlll stop here a •on County with its almost ¡nex- f ' ve yeat!i
yr and Mrs. Frank Knutzen of
-pson Creek and Mrs. Knutzen’s »'»uth
ties could experience a fan,In. of
| Muick turnover, thereby not d 6 c *
Mrs. Minnie Zeller of Water-
° Wner* ’ where foul<* ou»’ I“ » essltatlng a advance In cost to con
The W om ans Belief Corps help a | to find a more, twelve months In ¡«turner. The big fellow would uatur- j
h va I) of Berkeley, California, de- Ilallow een party Thursday night.¡the year. Ideal climate than right ally pay as he saw fit to live in hix-
ns to nee Crater Lake, left here There was a large crowd in attend here, yet the old machine seems to urv which he now escapes. That
Friday morning for that scenic . anee. A fine luncheon was served. ' he completely inroverse and w hy? the gasoline tax is nothing more or
They failed to get to the la was an old fashioned time,
The Econlmic distress seems hardly less than a sales tax only different In j|
j( on account o f the deep snow,
noticeable in comparison to other operation j* evident. Remember
returned home by way of Klani-
Ernest Ingram, forest ranger ni section* of neighboring slates, yet to friends, Oregon was the first state H
the McCloud station, arrived in Cen our astonishment, we are told, it to adapt a gasoline tax, for which
tral Point the first of the week for is more eeon omicle to l?ase than tlie finger of scorn was pointed at
grs. JJohn Shley substituted for a ®*lort sojourn -so he says— hut to own. The urge to »ell seems to us and, hv way of apology, every
Sanford Richardson, teacher of '*>e 'hoys' say it would he impos- have become a mania which in
state In the union now has u simi
jiarv grade in the Central Point 8'hle to run him out of town until itself psyrologically defeats its own lar tax. Shall we lead the hosts
ool9 two days this week, giving sP'ing. when he will again resum* purpose or possibility. This abnorm- aeai» or shall we falter? "Procra-
Richardson a nopportunlty
du ll«» at the station,
ullv mystifying condition seems to I Hinutlon is the thief of time
have swept us o ff out feet ;t- we ' I ' l i l i r r i i l i i . u a w l dar« to l|o of die
nd the funeral of her nephew,!
C. Wilson, who was killed
Mrs. Fern Dow, daughter of Mr, awalle the coming « f a soloiuau is I be two-edged sword of tin
y by a horse falling on Uitn. an<' ' lrs-
Beebe of this city. to set our house in order.
mighty. Which shall it he?A* Jiip-
who has been in the employ of the
Who shall bad the hosts of Je itor Plurvious Just now reminds in*
company ol hovah back to the “ promised land” that the rain falls alike upon the
Mrs. George Renkvr returned the
Portiaud lor the past four year«, lia> just »rrm tn*1 ?h<* corner? The >tn- Juki aud uujusl. 1 close uiy eyes iu
n?r* o f last wc?!c frors a trip
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tlon. He stated that every com
and other relatives, the first of the .1 i t i q u u t e d system of taxation
i Ron homes in the ’’ Promise Laud” ,
:nity he visited he found general
a serious obstacle one cannot deny just arrotimi the corner.
dtions worse than her«. At Beu»l
Years for God and humanity.
when we stop to realize that Jan.l,
found the unemployed condition
Born to the w ife of E. H. Hed l'i32wlll register the fact that from
I-. M. Sweet
than at eny other point, there
rick, superintendent of schools at 1926 to 1932, a period of six years,
an unusual number of Idle
moruing, Oct. has seen a delinquency of more
Margie Magruder, aged 80 years,
The potato crop there Is un
29, a daughter, weight 8 Vi lbs. Mr. than 120,000 acres of realestate In is reported as being seriously ill.
y large. Men are engaged In
and Mrs. Hedrick
both well our own beloved Jackson Countv. here.
She Is the mother of Mrs
-ing them, receiving one sack of
known in our city, Mrs. Hedrick be That this record is a shameful one L. Gregory.
led or two sacks of ungraded
ing born and raised here and E. H and to which oue can justly point
Utoes for a day’s work. The grad
was superintendent of our school, with derision and scorn,cannot be
potatoes were selling at 80 cents
for a number of years. Mr. and Mrs. who have been at the governmental
W. H. Norcross, the proud grand helm. That the old boat has been
A L W A Y S
parents, arc receiving congratula rocking and dipping water badly
kiss Evelyn Doss of Prospect spent tions from their friends and aequaiii and the remedy- of relief surely i
weekend as a guest of Mias Ber- tances.
seems to have been boring a ’rat' !
Reams o f this vicinity. Both
hole ill the bottom to prevent her j
kg ladies attended the dance at
Mr. and Mrs. Maek McKee, who from sinking. That property val- I
Grange hall Saturday night.
own a farm near Central Point, are nations are from 30 to 100 per !
leavng for Grass Valley. Oregon, cent abnormal, is proven by the j
Miss Gertie Mee, who is a clerk after spending several weeks im distress, bankruptcy and disaster.
Montgomery W ard’s store In Med- proving the farm. They expect to With real or tangible propertyhear
rd, spent Saturday night and Sun' locate here nest year.
ing 80 per cejit of cost of govern
ment while a greater valuation of
r With her uncle, Fred Hesselgrave
Mr. and Mrs. Theo. P. Tollefsor h°aped vaults, paying scarcely its
Mr.' and" Mrs. Hessel-
attended the Dads 4th annual meet wee bit. Who dares to venture— w e ' 8
ive drove up to Medford for her.
ing at Eugene last week, and report are not ourselves to blame for gliil- , g
Ing aimlessly along the crimson
Mr. and Mrs. Hansn's daughter,
For Home Owners
tie, who has been making her
Mrs. A. Brown, who has been vis-
e In Portland for gome time, ar-
the latter part of last week and ting friends and relatives in the
make her home with her parents city, has returned to San Francisco
The Central Point school teachen
are arranging for a play to be pre
Mrs. Earl Leever, who was injured
sented here in the near future.
au auto accident last week, men-
of which was made In The Amer.
The Gateway Filling station will
a. returned home Saturday even
be open for business early next week
. Her many friends w ill be glad
New equipment is being installed.
hear that she Is getting along
ly and fully recovered.
Pay Magruder arrived here tht
first of the week from Yreka, Cali
Mrs W. P. Morgau of Trail spent fornia, having been called here by
urday in this city, trading with he serious Illness of his mother.
local merchants and visiting Mrs. M. E. Magruder.
tth her brother, Thomas Belcher.
trail? That there must be some at
tractive inducement by way of sec
urity of opportunity to promote
home owning is evident, or the very
bulwark of liberty and national sec
urity has been bartered for greed
and avarice and the sacrilige of spir
itual honor and pride. Who will
suggest. If you please, that an ex
emption of $1,500 be placed upon
all homes as a safeguard would al-
evlate the 'bogey' and a sales tav
making it an optional and widely
aing on her mother. Mrs. L. C.
Miss Oma Magruder. teacher in ' 8
Iwood, and her brother. Luther
the Trail schools, was called her-» j 8
the first of the week on account n t ; g
Mr Warner, father of our tinner. he very serious illness of her grand
¡W on Warner, has Just reroffed mother, Mrs. M. E. Magruder.
house in North Central Point.
lv»n M. Gainor of Klamath Fall*,,
nerly in the real estate business
with John B. Sheley, but now
the employ of Copco, wa» trans
it's business here Friday.
Mr. Jack Welch has just complet-
reroffing his resldenc*.
Mr? C. C. Goldsberry
day from a three months’ visit
relatives and friends In Illinois.
J. H Drolette, proprietor of the
~:j and Sip barbecue and service
tation, is the busiest man in seven!
-■tates, owing to the fact that hi.-|
business Increased more than 50c/t )
dnee he became owner. You should
»ee the improvemnets made and be i
ing made at this popular station. As)
*he American office Is enjoying th--;
ame Increase In business as Mr
Drolette enjoys, we will have to j
postpone further mention of his tm j
provements until next week.
The Jackson County Health de- •.pB zcxrZanacxK x: u u
*ment will hold * sef«lon in Cen-
Polnt Nov. 10. from 1:30 to 5 |
FIS H ! FISH !
Always fresh and of best qual
■••thg to six years will be given
ity. Priced to suit th* times
nation. Diphtheria serum will b«
•II» *le and the nominal charge
Open Every Day
20 cents will be made to those |
■o receive the treatment.
Fish fresh from the boats.
At the last regular
Fresh Halt, Smoked. Spiced and
day night of Central Point lodge |
Shell Fish in Season.
b l , I. O. O. F., the degree team
ferred the initiatory degree on nj
Crabs and OyaLers
'date from Ashuto i. The first
Now I ’l. eiifu l
ere» v i ill he given this candidate
Coid HU! at that lodge’s regular
lr*g night next week, the Gold
H. L W H A R T O N
' « m patting on the work. Ail
Ivy S*. M sh M erk e«
Fellows of this jurisdiction enr-
M ed fo rd , O r g m i
> invited to attend.
Quality Standards Hove Prevailed
T H IS W E E K W E O FFE R A B E T T E R G R O U P O F
B A LL f) BAND
Piali» To*»— H e ««) siili-
Saving Money J
at Every Step ♦
W h ere t!o your shoes wear
out first? It it’s the soles fry
a pair o f these B A L L -D A N D
M ish k o Shoes. T h e water
proof Nlishko soles will out
wear anytlungyouever tried,
and that means good, hard
everyday wear, too. A n d in
add it ion to this extra wfutu
you get com fort and good
looks— they’re hettnr made
apd better finished than or
dinary work shoes. If you’re
“hard on shoes”, here’s satis
faction for you,
12 in. B O O T S
tnrf - n
Piala Toe— Heavy H id e ...............
8/W aO U
S 12 in. B O O T S
Piai* Toc— H ««vy
Çfk d »0 P 7 ff
Boy*’ Heavy Shoes
W in te r
« I O
Values that surpass any in the entire 23
years of our Storekeeping.
Socony Motor Oil
M E N ’S W IN T E R U N D E R W E A R
Violet Ray Gasoline
MF.N’S U N D E R W E A R
Refined after years of research,
guarantee of science behind It.
Costs no more than white
GLASTENBURG UNDERW EAR
The same qualify for .V» yearn— Union Huit» and Two-pier.
distributed tax borne by everybody
as ability to pay Is the straw that
must break the camel's back? I
verily believe, after due study and
deliberation, that a tax upon the
dollar by way of ability to buy.
Thlrman, who was instead of a direct lump sum upon
Mrs. W illiam
Mrs A. M. Henderson is reported called to Klamath Fails last week
to be present at the bedside of her
tie quite ill this week.
mother during her serious illness
Mrs. John Sheley substituted for nd expected early demise, returner
iler, recently bought the A. T.
'Mahan farm on the Pacific high-
a few miles southeast of the Sunday night to her niece. Mr».
iaty experiment tation.
Thlrman .- 8
«. H. W. Kpepsell of the Med- mother's condition yeas much Im- - 8
district spent Saturday in town proved.
FOR 23 YEARS
M E N ’S O V E R A L L S , Bib
Verne H. Pendlatou
Ile .n *
7 0 ^
lo n ’ m m im im tn a c tKwvunnntttXKw a t
/ v C
W O O L SOX
25, 35, 50 and 75c
Christmas Season Just Around the Corner
W e Are Receiving New Stocks for Christmas
T O Y S , X M A S C ARDS, S T A T I O N E R Y
G IF T A R T IC L E S
The Ball Brand of shoes ami rubbers is a
S T O N E ’S D R U G ST ? RE
Every pair makes his
N eed Work Rubbers
For All Purpose*
W e have them -the kind
that will give you long
est wear for your money
C I T TO ORDER kX>R ANY KIND OF A BIT MM N G JOB
NEW U ) « PKICK8
Large Stock on Hand
In All Hire« and l^efigliis
W O O D FOR S A L E
(W e D eliv er)
Comfort, long life and more value
in every dollar’s worth that’# a record.
L A D IE S ’ R U B B E R S
Regular g I ..VI— for
The soles are thick, live
rubber that w ill Hand
up for a long time on
the hardest jo b .l he tops
don’t emtk or pull loone.
D o n ’t wait until >ouget
your feet wet but come
in now and be ready for
the bloppy w eather.
FA BER ’S
C E N T R A L P O IN T
A Good Place to Trade
JAfKMON V IL L E
Office .1*7 Hnoth Iv» H»., Medford