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THE C E N T R A L
P O IN T
A M E R IC A N
Re-eatablUbed, September 13. 1921.
Devoted to the best latereets of
Central Point and vicinity.
Entered at second class matter a:
the post office, Central Point, Ore-
eon, under tbe Act of March S, 1879.
81* Months ............................... 11.00
Payable in advance
Advertising r-ates on application
Office— Second Street, off Main
ARTHUR EDWARD POWELL
Editor and Proprietor
A BIGGER CAKE EOlt
Sometimes, big-figure economics
comes so close to our daily lives
that everybody can understand what
they mean. That is tbe situation
with regard to the National income.
Latest news from Washington Is
that the 1937 national Income will
aggregate about seventy billion dol
lars, an increase of about 12 per
cent over last year.
According to the Department ol
Commerce, labor’s share this year
will be the largest on record. In
view of the quickened pace of Am
erican Industry in the past year,
this is not at all nurpriaing. In
fact, these figures merely offer
fresh and convincing proof of the
simplest of all economic laws— the
way to have more is to produce
more. The way to get a bigger
slice of cake for everybody In the
family is to bake a bigger cake.
When production is curtailed, na
tional income falls off and every
body’s share grows smaller. When
production Increases, natonal wealth
rises and everybody’s share is big
Simple, isn't It? Yet it's a
lesson that needs to be continually
ternational Brotherhood of Electric
The student council will give tbe
Workers, an A- K. of L-. union. That assembly program Friday.
contract stood until suddenly C.I-O. will be directed by Mr. Jewett. The
organizers discovered they were program will be timely and of apo
losing a lot of good dues income.
d a l interest.
So the C I O. went to court. Tbe
Court ordered the Company to
Kenneth Hood '37 has registered
abide by its contract.
No lack for post graduate work.
there. So the C I O. went to the Na
Bob Hoagland, Arlene Scott, Wan
tional Labor Board. And the Board
ruled that the A. F. of L. contract da Hood and Stanley Jones are the
advertising staff of the Central
Pointer. They made a trip to Med
Now the Company aud its em
for ads last week.
ployees are between the
devil and the deep. If it obeys th*-
There are now 130 pupils register
Labor Board, it will be In defiance ed in high school.
of the Court. If it obeys the court, arrivals were Leonard "Ding” Co-
It will be in defiance of the Board pinger, Kenneth "Buckshot” Beebe,
If it plays ball with the A. F. of L.. Alien Harris, Dale Johnson, Cecil
the C.I.O. probably will strike and “ Romeo” Gantenbein, and James
Ail of which is a clear indication
The seniors wrote the stories of
of what happens when an obviously
biased law is administered by an their lives for an English assign
even more biased board. Amend ment.
ments to the law- and a revision of
The girls in home economics II
the Board's attitude are definitely
been making grape jelly this
in order in justice to all.
The first issue of the “ Central
This is a week earlier than the first
issue last year and it speaks well
for the new editor and staff.
During the first two weeks of
school the staff successfully carried
on a subscription drive and have
gained one of the largest subscrip
tion rolls on record.
Margaret Dow, Junior, was chosen
by the student council as editor for
she looked up and saw a big brown
bear between her aud the house.
She mad- a big circle around the
bear and got a dishpan that was
hangng outside and picking up a btg
stick, pounded the pan and drove
the bear away.
¡may feel safe in allowing their, taking advantage of this
children to enjoy this health build - 1 form of amusement.
ing and enjoyable form of amuse
ment knowing that no rowdyism or
roughness is allowed. A number of
Central Point folks are already
•re Rind they
Mrs. Palmer Scares
Bear with Dishpan
Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Palmer of
Crater Lake visited Mrs. Palmer’s
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Purkey-
pile and her father and mother Sun
day and they also laid in their win
ter supplies. Their visit was brief
for they feared if they left their
home long the bears would enter
and do a great deal of damage. Mrs.
Palmer reports that one day when
she was hanging cloth«» on the line
SW IF T S. F or Seasoning
SWIFTS Steer Reef
S IM S B R O S .
( 50-lb. Q Q
Potatoes ) bag
I ï,b' 23
ID S .
M IL K
MAXIMUM, 48 cans in ca.se
S a la d S e r v e
AIRWAY’ , WHOLE ROAST
F L O U R
THE PERFECT BLEACH
PRICES FOR SAT. ONLY
P A R S N IP S
PENTHOUSE, with Tomato Sauce j a r
119 E. Main
| 7 * / 2 c
P ot R o a s t
SMOOTH, EVEN EIZE
Dr. C. W. Lemery
48 S. Central
KERR MASON, regular quarts
The first P.T.A. meeting of the
year will be held Friday afternoon.
JUSTICE AND BIAS
School will be dismissed at 3
After several months of just o ’clock.
growling and snapping, the National
(S u ccessor to Dr. J. J. E b u b s h )
Labor Relations Board has finally
204 Medford Bldg.
Jim Grimes has been absent from
turned upon and taken a real bite school for several days. He has
I ractlce limited to eye, ear,
and throat and fitting of
out of the hand that not only fed It been attending the Associated Ser
but actually brought it into exis vice Station.
When the Wagner Labor Act was
pending before Congress. John L.
Lewis was Just President of the
United Mine Workers of America.
He had been thinking of the C.I.O.,
but up to that time this super-union
Buy your Bicycle from a Bicycle Store
board of dictators was only an idea.
So It fell upon the American Fed
eration of Labor to fight for th"
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Some time ago, the National Elec
tric Products Company at Ambridge.
Pa., signed s contract with the In-
ORE.-WASH. MORTGAGE CO.
NOB HILL. FRESHLY GROUND ID S .
s iz e
Freshly Frozen lee Cream
We want to supply your Money
needs without red tape or delay.
27C S p a g h e tti !b* 1 0
.b. 29c F R U IT J A R S , 75
ib. 25c S U G A R
Ve Dinners Lunch
I-DAY FINISHING, 25r
121 Liberty Bldg.
Wben in Medford
The skating rink at the Aromy
is in very fine condition and also un
der very good management,
John Schepers and Mrs. Art Rein
king being in attendance. Mothers
m e d iu m
Lots of People
Skating Rink Now
In Fine Condition
RIB or SIRLOIN
The Girls’ League entertained for
the new girls In the gymnasium
played and refreshents served.
A very large number have been
absent this week because of colds.
The sickness seems to have reached
T H U R SD A Y . S E P T E M B E R do, 1U17
C E N TRA L P U L U , OREGON
C E N TRAL POLNT
KELLOGG’S, gla-ss bowl free
2 v 0 '
D R IFT E D SNO W 49 bag
2 No. 1
O L IV E S
|^.79 LINDSAY’ , RIPE
KITCHEN CRAFT bag $1
STOKELY’S, JUMBO CAN
- • .
.29 TOMATOES No.2>/2 | A ,
SUNSET GOLD 49 bag
JOSEPHINE, SOLID PACK
No. 10 i f f c B R O O M S
SPECIAL. 4 SEW
Prices for Oct. 2 and 4
3 Nights a Week
F R ID A Y , SAT. A SUN. NIGHTS
Dr. Alfred Letcher
Sutiirda> and Sunday A ftern oon s.
Follow the Crowds for a good time and roll on Chicago skates,
ART KE1NK1NG, Floor Manager
NOW I/OCATED IN ROOM 401
MEDFORD CENTER BUILDING
j The COFFEE POT j
SANDWICHES — COFFEE — CONFECTIONERY
COLD DRINKS — ICE CREAM — TRAY SERVICE ■
Open latte at Night
X. Riverxdde, Medford ■
A u t o P a in tin g'
The N ew (teas) Range j
The »«tended Westwood (no «ah«»— no a*h pan! la protected
bv the United Slate* Government patent number 1681773
w I I' . «hallow, "(tension wood firebox memur 21 inchea long by
The double p' heat draft «olid bottom firebox con-
-•unie. th. charcoal w a ste which ts 75 rr of ordinary ashea when
fitted with water coll, re«' rvotr, electric or ga* plate.
Hubbard ... . Bros. Inc.
219 West Main, Medford
BALLET— TAT— ACROBATIC
PROSTATE GLANDS, HEMORR
HOIDS A FISTULA
Treated safely, succensfnlly and
painlessly by the latest and most
improved met hods. ..17 years ex
pedience. Ore. License No. 261.
Calif. License No. 8020.
H. P. COLEMAN, DC. ME.
428 Medford Bldg.
"GAY-TIME DANCING CLUB”
Chester L. Myers
C. I. DRUMMOND. M. D.
406 King St.
Physician and Surgeon
208 Fluhrrr Bldg.
T e l.
1 4 8 8 -W
H o u - e 1 2 0 0 -L
J A M E S 8. J O H N S O N , D . M. D.
8 0 4 -3 0 5
F lu h r r r
B ld g .
M e d fo rd
Second Hand Rebuilt
At Bargain Price»
Senta on Hale at
Cun and m e ns at
» 8. Grape Ht.
SAY INGS A LOAN ASSN.
¿7 North Holly
Phone 8 1«
6th & Fir Sts.
O f fic e P h o n e 127
PHYSICIAN a SURGEON
count now and protect your
A. E. Dodson, M. D.
Office Phone 1871
A V I N G S
E C U R I T Y
Start., a systematic.. savings., ac
Phone 727 or 293Y
BODY A PENDER REPAIRING « GLASS
220 N. Bartlett
Thu dstlnitW dlftoi.nl delusive woo,] range, not loo large has
a wonderful even baking (
Armco Ingot Iron, the new Westwood will modernlxe your kitchen.
I nr ho» Oven Inches
Rani: , may he ordered In nickel trim, n porcelain enamel trim
or In all por. Ia n -namel in choir of white, apple green. s«nd-
Established tn your romnrantty
428 W. Ath St.
“ A Good Range Made Better'*
BROWN'S, Phone I0|
Hotel Holland Bldg