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About The Central Point American. (Central Point, Or.) 1936-195? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 22, 1936)
T H l'R B D A Y , O C TO B E R iS i. tu so
Mrs. Merritt leaves to survive her
j her daughter, Mrs. Bridane L. Sand
Dies After Short
erson, one grandson John Merritt
a ____ j n o Sanderson, now attending school in
Iness, Aged 68 Portland. Ore.; one step-sou. George
George O’Brien in
“ Whispering Smith Speaks"
Episode 6 "ROARING W E S T "
Edward Everett Horton
Nobody’s Fool '
Wed. .Nile i* Cash Nile
Mary Roland - Charles Buggies
“So They Were
Delbert K. Taylor, wife and three
children arrived Sunday evening
trom Deer wood. Minnesota.
made the trip by auto. They are
staying with J G. Taylor and family
A. Merritt, of Jacksonville, Ore., and and Mr. Taylor has already found
one brother, Robert H Moore, of work on the O. C. Boggs ranch.
Mrs. Jennie Elizabeth
Central Point, Oregon.
They stopped to visit relatives In
one ot the old time residents o f 1
i A woman of sterling character and Wyoming on the way here.
ac son county, passed away at a lo- steadfast in Christian belief Mrs.
I cal hospital in Medford Friday eve- Merritt leaves besides her relatives
W. E Mann has moved to Derby
| nlng, after a week’s illness, aged a host of friends who wtll continue from the Agate District.
Sl> years. F o r the past several years to keep her in reverent memory.
Funeral services will be conduct
she had been residing with her
The Storm children. Gene and
ed at the Perl Funeral home at 2 :30
daughter at 16 Ross Court, Medford. p. m.. Monday. Interment in Jack- Joyce of the Agate district have
moved to Portland where they will
Mrs Merritt was born at Clinton, sonvilie cemetery.
live with their mother, Mrs. Long.
Henry County, Missouri, in Septem
ber, 1868, a daughter of William
Leah McKee spent Sunday visiting
and Rebecca Moore. When 7 years
her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
old she came with her parents to
Jacksonville, Ore., where she re
ceived her education in the public
Leonard Atkins accompanied uy
schools and spent most of her girl
his cousin Leah McKee went bird
hood. Having graduated from the
, hunting recently. Leonard bagged
high school under the principalship
two pheasant and live quail.
of Prof. J. W. Merritt, she for sev
eral years taught school in Sams
The Morava family have moved
from the Agate district to Central
On December 15, 1891, Genevieve
E. Moore was united In marriage to |
John W. Merritt, who was then con- |
ducting a successful mercantile busi- i
ness in Central Point, Ore. Having |
started a similar business in C.oH '
Hill, Ore., the family moved from
Central Point to Gold Hill in 1816.
where Mr. Merritt was actively en
gaged in business until his death in
1921. Mr. Merritt was well known as
an able educator and a beloved and
respected citizen of Jackson county.
Other Permanents $1.50 to $10
Of the union was born one daughter
18 S. Central
Esther Louise, now Mrs. Bridane L.
dries in 40 minutes!
Most people use
Luminall because it
gives more beautiful
d e c o ra tiv e effects;
and wears and cleans
But it is truly an
you buy a gallon of
Luminall, you add or
dinary drinking water
to it, giving li/j gallons
Then, remember one
coat absolutely covers.
That’s a big saving in
labor and paint costs.
We ask you to try
Miss Laura Pisterino, Miss Alice
Anderson. Miss Arliue Estes and
Miss Dorothy Powell motored to
Ashland Sunday evening where they
On display In our showrooms
35 N. Bartlett
Rogue River Chevrolet Inc.
MEDFORD HARDWARE CO.
32 pc. set
A regular $12.90 value
— Your Old—
D ISH ES
Do not throw them away they are worth money. Bring
us 6 old dishes and we will allow you:
off on a $ 5.00 to $9 .95 Set
off on a $10.00 to $19.95 Set
off on a $20.00 to $29.95 Set
off on a $30.00 to $39.95 Set
off on a $40.00 or over Set
Your six dishes do not have to be cracked or chipped but
If they are we take them Just the same.
Franchise Dealers for lamps
2 gal. can $1.09
5 gal. can $2.72
For Real Comfort Wear
Cruiser Shirts $6.00
Pants (double) $5.00
407 Eas- Main St.
â n s r l f s ' i l i s a i t l O O X « I r , la f la t « «
$4.95 - $6.75
ALL WOOL BLAZERS
IN ION HUTS
$1.00 to $4.00
Wlnstod Shirts and Drawer*
Phone 363 early for one of 'here beautlfii. wave* at this
$1.85 to $2.50 each
Murray’s Beauty Shop
Nap-a-tan 6 In. shoe*
u n b e l i e v a b l e n u m b e r of
Fancy Plaids or solid blue color.
A Hen-A or Chalmers
Including Shampoo. Finger Wave and l l s i r Cut
OTHER HEAVY HtflBTH
»2.50 to *a .» 5
AS LITTLE AS
ALLIGATOR Rain Jackets
For 10 Lays Only
T R A D E IN
Featuring Q uality Clothes For the Worhng Man.
models to choose from. Prices
so moderate, you will wonder
how a manufacturer with a
20-year reputation for mak
ing $ 2 ,5 0 0 radios can do i t
Southern Oregon’s Leading Outfitters for Men.
OIL PERMANENT WAVE
over these new
A Nationally Advertised
"TH E COMPLETE CAR— COMPLETELY NEW"
Again A Year Ahead
Come into our store
23 N. First
S A W OR
F O R E ON
SIM S B R O T H E R S
A Regular 39c knife for
w4 X. Bartlett
Xe*t floor to Peerloa# Market
WE ROAST OCR OWN CO FFEE
It is not allowed to become
Deluxe— S3c— 2 lbs. 66c
Royal— 29c— t lbs. 65c
Breakfast Chear-25e—2 lbs. 49c
Superior— 23c— 2 lbs. 45c
Brazilian— 17o— 2 lbs. 34c
Casserole and cover, plate, 6
M edford Lum ber Co.
AMERICA’S MOST COPIED RADIO
Shultz Bros, Medford, have added
a new washing rack to their equip
ment which is one of the most mod
ern and complete auto refinishlng
plants in Oregon.
& Barber Shop
$5.00 and $7.50
Render Tea &
Mr. E. R. Gleason is in the barber
shop during Mervyn Gleasons ab
sence on a hunting trip. Mr. Gleason
is painting the front of the Barber
Mr. Hulburt, Melburn and Leon
ard Atkins went pheasant hunting
16 in. boots $10.00
New Location 407 E. Main
All types and polors priced from
$5.95 to $16.50
Agents for the
Having been in business for over 33 years you may well know
that you can buy here with confidence.
SHULTiS B R O S .
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2 2 0 N orth R o rtle tt
P a in tin g
It wa-ema hie
F E X P E I t R E P A IR IN G M O I A »
M edford, Ore.