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T H U R S D A Y . A f o r a r 8, 1937
C E N T R A I, P O IN T
A M E R IC A N
O U T R A I . PO IN T, OREGON
Mr. aud Mr». Ralph Koger and
Phil Wertz was a Medford visitor
son Bobby, will leave for Spokane
Washington, Thursday where they
Milroy Charley- called at the Wer.*
Mr». Sylvia Nye returned las- wiil visit Mr. Koger’s relatives. They
Wednesday from a two-weeks visit will bring back his mother who has
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hurst were
bfen vistlng her brother in Spokane.
somewhat startled and frightened
A surprise party and shower was
The next meeting of the Grange
given for Mr.
and Mrs. Wilmer will be Saturday, August 7th. at the last Sunday evening when lightning
struck a two-hundred foot pine tree
Wheeltr last Thursday evening. They school auditorium
no more than three hundred feet
received quite a few useful gifts and
Mr. George Johnson celebrated from their house. The bolt hit the
everyone seemed to enjoy the even
his birthday Saturday evening with top of the stately tree first and tore
a chicken dinner His son Abe and
four srips of bark down each side
Mrs. Velma Dunagan was very ill
wife from Evans Creek spent the clear to the ground. It is feared that
Sunday morning and was taken to
afternoon and evening with him.
death will result to the tree. Mr.
the hospital. We are all hoping sh
The grain thrashing is in full and Mrs. Hurst said that the light
will be home again in a few days.
swing in the valley now.
ing caused their faces to tingle.
Miss Hope Clark and Mr. Dee
PAG E TH R E K
P R O S P E C T IT E M S
Hedgpeth were married last Friday
The Townsend club had a picnic
August 1, in the Nye Grove. Arthur
Moore, who is the District manager
was the main speaker. There were
also short speeches given by Mr.
Johnson and Mr. Loicer of Club No.
1 of Medford; Mr. Iverson of Club
No. 2 of Medford; and Mr. Holmes
and Mr. Hanta of Ashland.
were also several other Townsend-
ers from Grants Pass, Medford anil
Mr. Moore spoke at the
Community hall Monday night at
Elk Creek where they are planning
on organizing a new club.
Rally of the Southern district will hi
held In Prorpect next Thursday eve
ning and all day Friday. Everyone it
invited to attend. Friday evening
will be an evangelistic service. Mr
Jeffries will be the main speaker.
C L IM A X N E W S
Mr. Milroy Charley, who has
been working for Cliff Hickson of
Eagle Point at a camp near Butte
Falls, has been putting up his hay-
crop here the past week.
Mrs. L. H. Wertz and daughter
Roberta, were callers In Medford
Mr. George McLean
Frank Hurst with his hay.
daughters Pauline and Mary shopped
in Medford Tuesday.
Mr. A1 Middlestead of Eagle Point
was in this community caring for his
cattle Thursday and Friday.
N IG H T
T w o Orchestras
DAVIS TRANSFER CO.
C. Earl Bradfish
$1.50 to $5.00
411 E Main
C O O K ’S
B E A U T Y SHOP
O f Your Investment
19 N. Bartlett
M EDFORD LA D D E R W O RK S
Patronize Home Industry ft Rank the D ifference
W t* SHI IlInM'i T o G row er»
< in cent Dividend Kate 4%
start a systematic savings., at-
•ount now and protect your fu
IV-IV Hammar Feed Grinders
F IR S T F E D E R A L
S A V IN G S ft LO A N ASSN.
F lu ltier Rldg.
" • M. Mills have been g ivin g sal*
M E R R IC K ’S
River \ alley fo r many years. .....
OPEN D A IL Y 1 P.M.— 9 :4 8 P.M.
SU ND AYS
A.M .— 9 :4 8
Water is circulated, filtered, and
you safety and protection to your
F IN K S T
Whatever your grinding problem there’s a
W -W built to do the job.
Built in Seven Sizes-$70.00 and up.
E. R. White
124 N. Riverside
I liront, makes fast feeding (Slay.
I2li East Main St.
Picking Bags — Buckets — Accessories
A V I N G S
E C U R I T Y
A dii iv«.*
E X TE N SIO N
LA D D E R S — P A IN T E R S
T R E S T L E S ,— CA III N E T W O R K — W o o l ) T U R N IN G
Insured up to
D A I L Y ’S
ID E A L B IC Y C L E .SHOP
Maehiiie or Machine less Methods
H air C utting ft Styling
When In Medford
L A W N M O W E R S H A R P E N IN G
& S E R V IC E
Old Tim e and Modem
O NE AD M ISSIO N
M edford, Oregon
Any Time—Any Place
Private Storage Rooms
Federal Savings and
Across From Roxy
and J G W E Ú IY
Iti S. Central
C O M M E R C IA L F IN A N C E
WE HAUL ANYTHING
STONE'S DRUG STORE
A U T O LOANS
E X P E R T
I’l m i i Lui and Surgeon
210 M edford Bldg.
M ei'ford, Ore.
D ANCE W IT H
S. Fir at Eighth
C L A S S IF IE D
R E P A IR
M e d f o r d p h o t o s e r v ic e
For one-day developing ft
Prin tin g S m l i v
Only 28e a roll
121 Liberty Bldg.
Mrs. Frank Hurst was a guest ai
the Wertz home Sunday afternoon.
SAM S V A L L E Y
Bring your snapshots to
Mrs. Mabel Wertz and daughter
Roberta called at the Hurst home
Dr. B. C. Wilson
— Mrs. Franres Spurlin left last
week for Oakland. California where
she will spend a week with her step
Mrs. Elmer Wright and daughter.
Eleanor went to Sawyers Bar Sun
day, where she will join her husband
who is employed at the Gouwan
Mr. and Mrs. .1. L. Rowe received
word Monday front their son,Joe,
who is at the Veteran's Hospital at
Roseburg. Joe had an operation
last week and the doctor reported
that he was some better.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hall spen*
Sunday with Mrs. Hall's mother who
lives at Trail.
Steven’s Shoe Shop
Make It Snappy!
M edford, Oregon
Freshly Frozen lee Cream
119 E Main
Expert Auto Mechanic
B A R B E R SHOPS
L O V E S BARBER SHOP
Expert Hair Cutting
Central Point, Ore.
Cascade Tackle Co.
Trout and Steelliead Elies
For a smooth Bhave and quick
Go to the
SQUARE DEAL BARBER SHOP
W. A. Shell, prop.
A N Y E L Y T IE D T O O RD ER
2 li* N. Riverside
Insist On Delirious
E G G S
CE NTRAL POINT BEAUTY SALON
Shampoo. Finger Wave, Manicure
Established In your community
42H W . (Uh St.
__________ M edford. Oregon
B E AU TY PARLO RS
P E R L ’ S
T o t in-
CH EESE F A C T O R IE S
M edford E gg &
SONOMA V A L L E Y CHEESE
On North Pac. Highway
fo r highest
( ash prices
Oregon Mutual Fire
C O N F E C T IO N E R Y
ROSS ft ROSS
Candy— Tobbaco— Fishing
Insurance at a Having
( Incorporated )
fth A K ir Sts.
IM P L E M E N T S
L E L A ND C L A R K , Agent
19 North Bartlett Ht.
M edford, Ore.
See us for Fire Insurance
W E. ALEXANDER
JA Y H A W K CAFE
G R O C E R Y STORES
on Hay ft Grain
20 N. Bartlett
Dr. C. W . Lemery
Next to Postoffice
Home Cooked Food
A Good Place to Trade
U N D ER NEW M A N A G E M E N T
S AFEW AY
Groceries, Meat, Feed
(Successor to Dr. J. 1 . Emmena)
204 M edford Bldg.
I rartiee lim ited to eye, ear, nose,
and throat and fittin g o f glaaem.
P l e n t y of H o t W a t e r for B a b y l
H A R D W A R E STO RES
Dr. A . R. Hedges
W. E ALEXAN DE R
Naturopathic and Chiropractic
Acute and Chronic Diseases
Electrotherapy Herbology, Proc
Phone 170 Medford 128 E. Main
lu nch es
N IP ft SIP SERVICE
Rewound and Repaired
24 hr. Service--- Reasonable Kates
G age Motor Service
2«) N. Grape Ht.
Phone 9 0 »
R A W !.N IG H PRO D U CTS
EDWARD W. JONES
SE R V IC E
Eads Transfer &
L m g distance hauling
28 H. M r. Med.
S T A T IO N S
PENDLETON ft PATTERSON
General Petroleum Products
L. C. Grime«
Second Hand Rebnllt
F A R M IM P L E M E N T S
A l Bargain P rice«
Call and see ns at
<9 H. Grape Ht.
Fick’s H ardw are
O ffic ia l
T R O W B R I D G E :
Cabinet W ork*
E verything •» t'abtnct W ork
E » r * b . l « h « l In I* * * «
The family's foremost problem . . .
Hale ft H ervlre
S|ieed Queen W a sh ers ft
parts. A ll work qnarantecd.
Sparton ft O m S ry
Baby usually gets his bath after everyone else is
through, and the dishes have been »'ashed. Sometimes
he has to wait for water to heat, and he doesn't lilce It
And he lets ever/one within hearing distance know
that he doesn’t. It's just another one of those things
that get on a young mother’s nerves. But this is one
thing that something can be done about. Done easily
and inexpensively, too. An automatic electric water
heater solves the problem quickly and efficiently.
Don't think you can't afford to have one. Let our
consultant give you estimates on installation and run
ning costs. The chances are that you'll discover that
you can't afford to be without this modern conve
nience. A telephone call brings our consultant.
D A W S O N ’S
44 N. Front
221 West Main
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