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THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER a, 1MT
Happening» That Affect
ner Pall», Dividend Checks
Hills of Every Individual.
and International Problems
able from Loral Welfare.
measure was paused in the last wek
of the sesaion— but it ,a s not so
ambitious as the White House had
advocated, and does not fulfill the
l r aident'* demands.
CENTRAL POINT. OREGON
C L IM A X N EW S
Due Next Friday
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LELA VI» CLARK, Agent
IB N orth
tU r r i.tt Hi
Phcar I • »»'
vision? Has the deutlst examined
his teeth? Do you provide hard foods
so as to give tke teeth and gums the
exercise they need? H u e you been
consisently building toward health
by providing one quart of milk, and
fruits and vegetables daily?
It is important that one-third of
be daily food needs of the child be
provided at each meal. Luncheons
and dinners are comparatively easy
to manage but mothers complain of
the child's attitude toward break
fast And yet breakfast is probably
the most important of all. Teachers
complain that childern coming to
school after an inadequate breakfast
soon become inattentave. listless and
are often b havior problems as a
result. It is only fair to the child
to insist upon his eating a satis
During the school year, particu-
laly, a hot cereal should be serve!
every morning. If cooked in milk it
is most nourishing and its texture
is most appealing. Served with some
fruit and rich cream it is a meal in
FI U N I T I KE
D ALE FLO W ER S
i « 9 East Main St.
LAD IES T A K E
N O T IC E !:
East Side Beauty Salon
is N O W O W N E D and O P E R A T E D
M c N a
m ar a
RO SALIE LESLIE
O p -u ln g Evi nings I ntil i):itll
COLSON and IDEAL
ID E A L B IC Y C L E SH O P
Picking Bags — Buckets — Accessories
EXTENSION A STEP LADDERS— PAINTERS
TRESTLES,— CABINET WORK— WOOD TURNING
M EDFO RD L A D D E R W O R K S
Patrnnfxe Home IniliiNtry A Rank the Different'«'
H e Hell Direct To Growers
O R E G O N J A N IC
S E 'R V l«
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LIN KED WITH
P h f n r t a ami Surgeon
210 M 'd f o r d HI«!«.
»let 'ford . Ore.
BTONK'8 DRUO STO RE
C. Earl Brad fish
A U T O LO AN S
oti Hay i Grain
W. E ALEXANDER
w it h
dvnc . e
K U IIt HXTIHDAV MliHT
old rin» ami W in I* tu
EDWARD W JONES
PENDLETON A PATTEKHON
General Petroleum Produrla
L. C. Grimes___________
Dr. A . R. Hedges
Second Hand Rebuilt
FARM IM P LE M E N TS
At Bargain Price«
Call and see n« at
tu H. G ra p e Ht.
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Nntni-npi'tht« mui Cliimptnrlft
A* >ite and Chronic Disecar*
Electrotherapy Herbnlogy. proc
Phone 170 Medford 1 ?! E Man
Eads Transfer &
l/ong distance hnulfnir
2S S. Mr. V
H A U L ANYTHING
Any T im e -A n y Place
Private Storage Rooms
«IS Medford Hid«
DAVIS TRANSFER CO
Fir at Eighth
The resource* o f the United States National Bank— now
around 125 millions— form a bulwark o f strength be
hind its direct branch here.
Every possible banking facility and service is available
to meet the particular needs o f this city and commun jr.
Peahaps we can serve you in some helpful way o f
which you are now unaware. VChy not come in and talk
over your financial problems with us? Sometimes a word
o f advice or a suggestion will point the way to a solution.
OKOKSC T FREY. Manager
DWIGHT L. HOUGHTON, Aaat. M«r
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See us for Fire Insuran««
SE R V IC E
16 S Central
ASSO CIA TED
E X P E R T
WATCH and JKWELkx
W E ALEXANDER
R E A D Y F O R SCHOOL
In rural communities there is
still the school bell to announce the
first day of school and in many days
thereafter. In cities, however, with
numerous schols scattered through
out the various districts, there is. of
course, no bell but here there are
other unmistakeable signs of the
opening of school The children, ex-
cied and eager at the prospect of
renewing old freindships. waken
early and raise the entire household.
Dressed in fr.sh clothing with hair
painstakingly combed, there is still
time for a leisurely breakfast L t
us hope that this leisurely breakfast
may become a rule rather than the
exception A satisfactory breakfast
is extremely important if the child
is o do well in his studies. Breakfast
and the child ready for
WOMEN KIND WAY
But is he? Have his eyes been ex
TO TAKE O F F F A T
amined so that you are sure of bis
Thousauds of women are taking
off fat.......... without diet or exercise
without affecting their health . . . .
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Tel. U A Y t Y
M e d fo r d
ROSS & ROSS
Candy- -Tobbaco— Fishing
Hi-Ways To Health
The 45th annual reunion of South
ern Or-gon Soldiers' and Sailors' as
The President favored a wage
sociation. a branch of the C A. R. .
and hour bill for industry which
will be held next Friday at th
»as considerable stricter than th“
armory in Medford
defunct NR a . It did not pass
Plans are being ocmpleted to
The President asked passage o f a
make til's an outstanding meeting,
bill to reooganlze the independent
Mrs. .VLda Comstock called on those in charge state. A public din
government bureaus— such as th
Mrs. Frank Hurst Monday afternoon ner will be served at uoon in the
ICC. the Fed-ral Trade Commission,
Mr. Frank Simpson was an over- J dining room of the armory. The
etc.— that, in effect. would have
placed them under the direct*control'B**h* *Ur•, “ * ,he Fr,nk Hrurt Woman's Reli-f corps and Daughters
of .he Executive. This
T h i s bill
M R was
J T £ j homP ^ n e s d a y
of Medford will be hostesses.
ferred and kept from a vote.
Mrs Mable Werts and daughter
Reunions are held annually, al
Finally, the President nominated i Norma Jean motored to Medford
ternating between Grants Pass. Ash
strong New Dealer S nator Black
Mr. Claus Charley was a dinner land and Medford. Membership in-
for the Supreme Court vacancy
iurludes all of southern Oregon
caused by the retirement of Justice guest at the Wertz home Tuesday.
south of Roseburg.
Van Dt vanter. Senator Black a nom
A complete program will be an
ination was approved by a heavy been buzzing up their winter's wood
majority— but it is significant that,
Mr. and Mrs Paul Bar tie of F e n -
dale, Oregon are visiting Mrs. Violet
Comstock Mrs. Bartle is Mrs. Com
Mr. L. H Werts and daughter
Roberta were Medford visitors Mon
The first session of the 75th Con-
gressof the United States has passed
into history. As was forecast at Its
h ginning. it was the scene of some
of the most bitter verbal battling
in the post-war era. It deliberated
gome of the most important meas
ures ever laid before the legislative
branch of the government. Domin
ated as it was by an over whelming
party majority. It closed amid in
creasing Inter-party strife that may
revolutionize the existing two-party
B«n Oswald of Central Point was
for the first time In fifty years, the
Frist, what did Congress do? It "tradition" of approving a seator- an over-night guest at the Wertz
appropriated about $9,400,000,000. U»I appointment to a judicial office home Friday.
It enacted a long list of major bills by a unanimous vote was disregard- Mrs. Katheryn Frederlch has moved
including: Continuation of the RFC: td. Anumber of senators denounced to Medford to send her ehildr-n to
extension of theCCC: extension of Mr. Black on the floor.
the Department of Agriculture's
Result: The 75 Congress showed
authority; itself to be largely anti-New D e a l,
Izora E. Stewart
continuation of the reciprocal trade wth the chief defections in the Dem
agreement policy; approval of a ocratic ranks coming from Southern
Passes, Aged 73
liberal pension system for railroad and Western senators. No one,
Izora E. Stewart, 73, wife of J. H
workers; passed a bill designed to whether he be for or against the
passed away at a local hos
aid tenant armers; provided that President’s program, cau deny that
Supreme Court Justices of long ser- the majority party is split wide pital at 4:15 Thursday evening. Mr.
vice may retire and receive full act-j open. And it stems certain that in and Mrs. Stewart were residents of
ive pay, $20.000 a year, for life.
¡January, when the second session Glendale Ore., but Mrs. Stewart had
been visiting at the home of her
Perhaps more important Is whit »tarts, the “ rebel" movement will
daughter. Mrs. M J. Stark of Cen
Congress did not do— for it is here I he much farther advanced than at
tral Point. Another daughter. Mrs.
that the seeds of discord and anger > present.
Leuthold. resides at Marsh-
sprouted. At the beginning of thei
Highly significant was an episode
session, the Administration had a occuring on the last day in the Sen-,
vast and ambitious ’‘ must“ legls-ate. Senator Guffey. Democrat, of i She also leaves three brothers and j
lative program the President wished Pennsylvania, has openly suggested 1,11
sisters. Hank i (>< hran. Mrs.
enacted into law. The majority that the President use his influence' s ,*‘ lla Obenohatn and Maude Pott> r
leader, the late Senator Robertson, to defeat Democratic senators op- ail of Central Point; William A
Cochran of Portland. Roy of Brook
P E R L ’ S
used every conceivable tactic to force posiug bis measures in the next pr;-
lyn. N. Y. .and Mrs. Samuel Johnson
Senate to approve this program. So maries, Four senators rose and
did the leader, Senator Barkley, who poured, in the words of an A. P. of Marshfield.
E s ta b lis h e d In y o u r con n u unity
Mrs. Stewart had been a Iona time
took command In the dosing davs. \ dispatch, "vials of contempt and
428 W. «Ih HI.
Yet the program suffered almost denunciation” upon Senator Guffey.
The four w re Senators Wheeler, Central Point.
100 per cent defeat.
were taken to
Key measure of the President’s Burk, O'Mahoney and Holt. Wheeler
plan was to enlarge the Suprem* 'and Burk, though thev disagree on Grants Pass by Conger funeral par- «ueCia»>:«QOiWMao»:CC*^w7*^*>>:*.
Court. This bill was finally with-1 many i»»ues, are considered to no lors Saturday and services were | • T R O W B R I D G E :
drawn after a campaign against iijamoung the ablest minds in the held in the Hall chapel of that city
led by Senator Wheeler of Montana, party. This incident accurately in- at 2 p m. of that day. Interm nt wa •
long considered a "radical" legis- [ dicates the way the wind blows i ro in the Grants Pass cemetery. Rev j 9 • Everything In Cabinet Work a J
Phillips of Central Point officiated
side the majority party.
KatabAshed In It*»«
The President sponsored a b'U-
introduced by Senator Norris, to
create seven more regional electric
authorities of th TVA type. This
m- V 4 •* ~
bill was heVbr'bh’ uiifif TD a" vriTe'.'ahd
Assisting farmers who are dis-
Fred* rick A. Puhl died at the
was deferred until the January home of his daughter, Mr. Waltei 'tr esed or in danger of losing their
F Love at Central Point, Augu»' hom s is to be continued in Oregon
The President wished a great low- 27, of heart trouble, aged 57 years, [ through the Farm Debt Adjustment
cost housing measure. A housing 7 months and 21 days, after an j ¿action of the Resettlement Admlni-
Sat. Only !
illness for the past lb months. H« stration
Anyone Interested in or
BOB ALLEN in
was born in Germany Feb. 5, 18S0 , d sirlng the services of this organi-
“ Law of the
He came to the United Slates at th«. l Mtion should get in touch with J
W. Deremiah. the county rural re
age of 22 years.
His father Augest Puhl, had al habilitation supervisor, 316 Liberty
Epi-odc 8 "Robin-on Cninor”
ready come to Jackson county, re Bldg. Medford in charge of this work
A ITO REPAIR SHOPS
SUNDAY A MONDAY
siding on a farm east of Medford. in yonr county or contact the Dis
trict Farm Debt Adjustment Super
in T «*ch n leolor
Exncrt Auto Mechanic
J a m e s O liv e r C u rw oo4 l's
Medford aud was a friend.y, con visor, Resettlement Administration.
genial man, known to a host o! May. r Building. Portland. Or-gon
“ G od’s Country
friends. He has resided in Jackson There is absolutely no charge for
LOVE'S BARBER SHOP
and the W om an”
county for the past 35 year.
Expert Hair Cutting
He leaves four children, three
Guy KIM»«*«' —
Central Point. Ore
sons and one «laughter. Alb'rt and
Don’t Tell the W ife
Herbert Puhl of Medford. Fr d Puhl
For a smooth shave and quick
W«*d. \ Ite I« Cash Nile!
of Portland, and daughter. Mrs.
P A IN T & ROOF
Walter F. Love, Central Point, and
Go to the
C a ro le l/in ilia n l,
SQUARE DEAL BARBER SHOP three grandchibiren; one brother,
Tim«- Pay meats for
*>«■«1 Ma<~ Murray
William Puhl. Gold Hill, Or«-., and
W. A. Shell, prop.
two sisters in Germany.
“ Swing Hi,
X ROOF »X)R EVERY HOME
Funeral services were held at
A PAINT FOR EVERY
CENTRAL POINT BEAUTY SALON the Perl funrea! home Monday at
Fire-Retardant Roof* bring
Shampoo, Finger Wave, Manicnre 2:30 p m.. Rev. Werner Jensen of
l«ower Insurance Rate-
the Ziou Lutheran church officiat
I "hone 24:4
»8 H. Barth-tt
________( H E E S E FAC TO R IES
kiyou Memorial Park.
SONOMA VALLEY CHEESE
Dr. B. C. Wilson
On North Pac. Hlghwpv
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