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CENTRAL POINT AMERICAN CENTRAL. POINT, OBEOOM
Mrs. James Comutt won 3 blue
ribbons, 2 red ribbons and one ho- j
norable mention at th» Jackson Co I
fair at Gold Hill Saturday. Mu. ,
Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Jewett and Cornutt's Aster*. Zlniias and her,
two little daughters and sou Rich- embroidery was the priz- wlnntr.t.
ard left Friday morning for Salem
wher * Richard register 'd In the Wil-
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Wo i on of A! - j
Richard will Kittrick with the r son and daughter |
make his home with his mother’s stopped to visit with Mr*. Wharton s
sister, Mr*. Putney, during his col* sister Mrs. H. C. Lewis and Mr
lege year. Mr. aud Mrs. Jewett re- Lewis Monday afternoon
turned home Sunday.
were enroute to Portland to be pro-.
sent at the marriage of their son
Mrs. J. H. Hrinkers who visited David to Miss Frances Booth, dangb-
frtends in Medford and her brother ‘ er of Dr. and Mrs. Cortland Booth,
Mr. Clarence Long and family here ° f Portland.
returned to her home in Oakland
Mrs. Margaret Hubbard, who
stopping at the Hotel Valandra, re- j
Mrs. Kindle’s little son Donald celved word Friday morning of the!
went home with his aunt Mrs. j death of her brother. Clarence N. |
Theron Jones to spend the winter at j Riley, *12, at Urbana. III., of heart ■
h r home in Rippon, California.
L O C A L«
The Coffee Pot is serving a frtel
Mrs. B. P. Trulliuger and daught-
r Mrs. Morgan and Mrs. Norcross j young rabbit dinner Saturday and
were calling on Mrs. Molile Holmes Sunday.
last week before returning to their
, Miss 'Lola Blackford reports that
home in California.
there was a very slight frost at their
Last week we forgot to mention place last night that it does not
enormous tomatoes brought in by freeze as early there as in many
Ed Stromeier front his ranch west of places in the valley. They are mar
j town. The two largest weighed four keting a few tomatoes but most of
| pounds,and were of fine quarilty. their crop is green. They have a
j They reminded us of what our old very good crop if the froRt does not
j Dad used to say about a certain get It. Last year they marketed
brand of Minnesota potatoes— "One most of their tomatoes before th»
of ’em weighed eight pounds, and frost and about 3 tons to the acre
eight of ’em would make a mess for after the frost. There Is a shot-tag»
of onions In the market this year so
the price will be good. Mr. Black
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Milton aud ford did not plant onions this year.
granddaughter Delores spent the
Mr. Fisher of Medford was calling
week end with their daughter and
on old friends here Wednesday.
her husband. Mr. and Mrs. Hale and
little daughter Barbara at Klamath
This office was presented with
some very fine peaches grown by
Frank Zuccala on his ranch. These
Mr. Virtue reports that the fruit are beautiful peaches and will easily
in the Hatfield Orchard Is finest he weigh 12 oz. and they taste just as
has seen this year. The pears will good as they look
be picked except the winter Nellis
by the end of the week.
Why Newspapers Are Like Women:
1. They are thinner than they used
Mr. Otto Bohnert reports that It
froze last night but owning to the 2. There Is a bold face type.
excessive moisture in the ground It 3. Back numbers are not in demand.
did practicely no damage to his to 4. They have a great deal of influ
5. Every tnan should have one of IPs
own and not chase after his
Miss Ruby Webster and Marian
Tucker are both working at the
California Oregon Power Company
in Medford. Miss Webster is work
ing in the advertising department.
Californians, according to the travel
department of the Oregon State
Highway commission. Survey carried
out hy the Highway department
show« that 1936 non-residents mo
torists spent around 318,000,000 in
Oregon. Traffic for the first seven
months of 1937 was up 15 per cent
over the corresponding period of
Try an Ad in
Central Point, Oregon
CIVIC CLUB SALE
The Cooked food sale given by the
Don Ross and
Ray Watkins tal last week where she had under
brought in a nice three point buck gone a very serious operation for ladies of the Civic club was very
gall stones. She is doing nicely.
well attended and the club wishes
deer from Evans creek
to thank all who helped in any way. !
Mr. Chester Booth returned from They took in eleven dollars and were
Mr. Fred Virtue is running h
this last week.
able ito make another payment of
WANTED— 2 Housekeeping rooms, diesel engine in a quartz mine near
*15 on the new roof for the
partly furnished. First of Octo Glendale.
Mr. and Mrs. John Kidwell of Library.
ber or later. Dell Anderson. 107
Mr. Earl Owing», sou of Mrs. A. Concord, C'allf. are visiting at Hugo.
E. 2nd St., Medford
R. Owlngs underwent a serious Mrs. Kidwell’s daughter Mrs. Lois
WANTED— ,A girl for general house operation at the Sacred Heart hos Richardson and Charlotte visited
He Is improving at them there.
work, steady, references required. pital Monday.
with her grandparents until Monday
Leave answer at this office, nox this time.
A New Vitamin
when Mr. and Mrs. Kidwell and
i Mr. and Mrs. Verne Pendleton Charlotte came Into the Richardson
Masbaska Olive Oil Shampoo
plan to move Into their own horn» home for a visit.
the last of the week. This was th»
A concentrated Vitamin F
FOR RENT—(Pasture for horses or Case house on East Pine street.
A Shampoo that reconditions,
tested cows. 30 acres Alfalfa.
renews life and lustre.
Mr. Guy Tex left for a hunting ton in the Klamath Falls hospital
Jim Gregg. East Side Centrii
19—21 trip at Prospect this morning. Mr. Monday morning a baby boy weigh
L. Hatfield Is In the recorder's of ing
Vitamin F Shampoo
WANTED — Girl for housework fice this week
parents Mr. and Mrs
This shop carries
Room, board and wage«. Phon»
Glass left for Klamath Falls Mon
Gypsy Lure Cosmetics
Mrs. Lois Richardson visited h»r day to see the little new grandson.
husband at Dunsinulr over the week Mr.
returned home Monday,
of all end returning home Monday morn
for a number
kinds. If we cun’t fix It, It costs ing.
you nothing. Metal Kraft Shop
Plione Central Point, 28 for
209 West Main, Medford.
Mr. and Mrs. Ober Hansen and
Miss Elaine Brophv left Tuesday
JENNIE H. SEXTON
slogan Is: "IF Mac can't weld it, children and Mr. Hansen’s mother evening for a Young Ladies finish
throw It away.”
Show cases and from South Dakota, who is a house ing school in Seattle.
guest at the Hansen home In Med
ford were callers at the R P. Stone
WANTED— Ambitious students for home recently.
resident and home study courses
In business training that turn
spare time Into earning time. Med
ford Business College. OWN.
Welcome School Children and Teachers
Special Prices to School Children
Special Fried Young Rabbit Dinner
Saturday and Sunday
Get Your Buck!
TRY A POUND CAN
SPECIAL*— '31 Ford pick-up. clesn.
new rubber. $196.00.
Used Car Bargain Lot. 1704
North Riverside. Medford.
SPECIAL— 1936 Model Willy* *365
Love's L's> d Car Bargain Ln».
1704 North Riverside. Medford.
FOR S A L E --Pine wood. *1.75 a
tier by the load, delivered
FOR SALK— Petite Prune» »nd Ban
ana Squash. L C. Scott. Old Stage
Other Hunting Equipment
Open Evenings & Sundays.
- - -
! - Cut Beets
No. 2H Tins
BONED anti ROLLED
WHOLE OR HALF
Specials for Sat. & Mon. Sept. 25 & 27
Central Point, Or*
Rifle and Shotgun Shell*
Has a Big Job!
Central Point Wood Yard
Central Point Hardware
Presto Stove Pollali .......
Store Pipe Jointe ...........
YOUR B A T T E R Y -
E. C. Faber
Picnic Shoulders 2
• St' tp and think of th» vital unit* of yi ur motor car that depend
upon your battery-«turting. llghtln-', horns. Ignition and. possi
bly, radio, heater, defroster and e-a«r accessories
The length of
your battery will depend, to a lcrge extent, upon the service you
HaT. your battery checked regularly every two weeks—
we'll gladly do it for you— It'» free. However, when yon need a
new battery, replace with a FIRESTONE BATTERY
Ross & Ross
The M en’s Shop
FOR SALE— 10 acres ue»r city lim
its of Medford, Irrigated, on gra
velled road, good soil Five-room
ho us*, family orchard, city water
avatable For a short time only,
$ 2 , 000 . term», or would consider
trading for larger placa.
Picket!. 1« South Bartlett.
Superior in fit, appearance and
d u r a b ilit y . A u th e n tic s h a d e s .
Weights for daytime and dress-
up . . . a Berkshire stocking in a
Berkshire color for every occasion.
FOR SALE—Dodge truck, logging
trailer. Ford truck. Chevrolet
truck, cider press, hsy chopper,
4-whee| trailer. 7-foot drag saw,
goats. Inquire at Mary Me» home
or phone 104
FOR HALE—Small, paying basine«
In M«dford Anyone Interested call
at tbta office or phone (01 Cen
tral Point #ft»r ala o'clock
32 Spec. & 30-30—$1.25 box
Fresh Stock of
FRESH E6G S
FOR SALE— or trade for wood,
small circulating heater. Mrs. A.
D. Buckles, 3 blocks north of
FOR SALE—’Red Pullets, some lay
ing now. Phone 333 or Inquire
Central Point Wood yard
Miss Ernestine Thompson * ut
Mr. John Ross and Floyd Ross
are expected to return from a week's some checks to be signed to Sonoma
by air-mail on September 21 and re
hunting trip Saturday.
ceived them back today which ig the
Mrs. W. A. Schell has been very '< 23rd. They were not returned by air
sick but Is better at this time.
THEY LIKE WHAT OREGON HAS
Word was received in Central
Mrs. E. C. Abrogasi and Mr. Doty
Point of the death of Mr. Alber Ber
were married In California recently.
ger In Alberta at the age of 88
Mr. Frank Homer fell off a ladder years and 23 days. He was buried
at the Norcross orchard and sprain September 13. His death was caus
ed his hack badly. Dr. Heckman ed by a stroke. Mr. Berger, wife,
cared for hm and reports that he is daughter, and son-in-law came here
from Idaho and lived here for many
Roy Jones has installed a new
telephone in his home.
Mrs. Swartz and Mrs. T. A. Mar
ine received word of the death of a
Russel Ayres and Roma McRey-
brother-in-law Mr. 8 matter. He has
nolds and friend were callers on
friends here having visited here
Roy Jones Friday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Eldon enter
Mr. B M. Thumler took a number
tained with a surprise dinner party
of ponies to Gold Hill to be in the
in honor of Miss Rose Jones’ birth
day Monday evening at their home
These smiling folk. Mr. and Mrs.
in the Willow Springs district. The
Mr. M. A.
Houston aud Mr ^
R. A. Crane of San Francisco, who
invited guests were the host's par
Henry Maury returned from a sue-1
were snapped at Diamond lake a few
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Eldon and
cessful deer hunt witth a big three J
days ago, are typical of the thous
the honor guest Miss Rose Jones.
ands of visitors from other states
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Grimes and who are travelling Oregon highways
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Tethrow left and by-ways this year and enjoying
Wednesday morning for a week's the attractions the state offers.
Mt. Pitt Lodge No. 1«7
Lakes of the Cascade mountain re
vacation on the coast.
Meets 1st and 3rd Wednesday
gion are particular favorites with
1 .0 .0 K
I I . ,11
John Tharp enjoyed a birthday
Clara Vincent, Noble Grand
dinner at the home of his brother
Minnie Buckles, Secy.
Mr. Jack Tharp Wednesday evening. home from the Sacred Heart hospi
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Lunch Rove« with
Thermo* Bottles ......
* 1 .
Cookie Sheets .....................
Friction Tape ............_ ac
Welding and Repair Work
Come and see us for your
DRESSED or ROUGH LUMBER
MILLWORK, SUGAR PINE SHINGLES
Cash & Carry
L. C. GRIMES
Central Point Planing Mill
__ _____ 4 Blocks North on Hiway