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CENTRAL POINT AMERICAN CENTRAL POINT, OREGON
John Ross and Floyd Ross return
Mrs. Maude Snider of Medford
visited at the Lange home recently. ed from a very successful deer hunt
with two fine bucks.
The Coffee Shop will serve an old
Old newspapers for sale at this
fashioned chicken dinner Saturday
and Sunday. Chicken and dumplings
and ail the things that go with it.
Mr. and Mrs. Mursh of Los An
John Wilson ia visiting this week
from Sacramento with his parents
Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Wilson. Dinner
guests Sunday with John and his
Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Minnick are
parents Sunday were Mr. and Mrs.
staying at the home of Mr. Mlnnlck's
Steve Wilson and son Larry and
parents looking after bta father'»
Miss Alice Rudd of Sants Valley,
place on the Midway road during
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tonn and twins
the absence of Mr. Minnick’s father
Mrs. Lewis Swart* who has been Table Rock stopped here Wednesday i l ’ arvey an<* Helen of Medford, Bob
Mr. E E Mlnnick who is visiting
seriously ill with pneumonia is im and Mrs. Minnie Dunlap accompani- •’ •»'hop and ( . 'B. Watson. Other
In Torrington, Wyo.
He hopes to
proving though she is still very ill.
ed them to Medford to spend th e : vL,itor8 thr" th« da> were Mr <"»d
bring bis mother back with him to
Mrs. Howard Gault of Medford and
make her home here.
She is 8«
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Howard
Mr. and Mrs. John Hall of Sams
were callers on Mrs. L. Damon Sun
The Norton Cannery in Grants Valley.
They were returning from a Pass was forced to close Monday on
Sam Collins enjoyed a visit last
Don't forget the Civic Club meets
hunting trip to eastern Oregon to account of frost killing the tomato week from his brother J. W. of
Tuesday afternoon October 5 Every
their home in Yoncolla Mrs. How crop.
Illinois and Ben of
one interested In the betterment of
ard and Mrs. Damon were school
Central Point should be out. All
girl friends attending the state nor
Salem to visit for a while with Ben
the strangers here are especially
mal at Drain. Mrs. Howard was the
urged to meet with them and get
first teacher that Ed Rrown went to
Mrs. Mary Myers
a hunting and fishing trip accom school to.
funeral of her cousin at Etna. Cal.
Mr. and Mrs. Boles returned from
Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Dean on a re a visit to New Orleans and stopped panied by C. Bisher and J. Dunn al
Chilly weather last week caused last Monday.
Mr. K . P. Stone received word that
fear to arise among the housewives, Bighani wras a victim qf a deer hun
turn trip from their home in Port here for a short visit and to look so of Los Angeles were week-end
the big wholesale drug firm Hlu-
land stopped recently for a visit |after business affairs. They w ue visitors at the home of Paul's par
that Jack Frost was going to put an ter's gun.
mauer-Frank had sold out to Mc
with Mr. Dean's uncle aud aunt entertained with a dinner at the ents Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Norcross.
end to much of the garden pro
Kesson Drug co. This company had
Mr. and Mrs. Karra. Mr. Dean I* Jewett home Wednesday and left for These gentlemeu were loud In their
ducts that had not been canned, and
quite a scurry went on for a while
with a surveying crew In Klamath , he|r home ln Porl|and in the even- praise of Rogue River valley and
This leaves only one
the wonderful pear orchards, here.
gathering tomatoes, beans and cu
wholesale drug establishment in
cumbers. The light frost that fol
Mrs. D. P. Trullinger and daugh Oregon The McKesson who have lowed did no nottcable damage.
Mrs. Stillwell of Medford who
A Lodge Directory has been
visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. started In the American. With this ter Fay (Mrs. Henry Heryford) of been In business In Oregon since
John Dodge, Medford well driller,
Nationally advertised Eugene and
Lacy Wednesday reported that h“ r will be included notices of any spe Williams. Californa were calling on 1929.
Fredricks permanents waves at a
is drilling a well for Lee Lashbrooke
very special price of
husband will drive the stage from cial meetings and any lodge news of old friends and neighbors during
The Bert Hedgepeth residence is
They also visited Crat-r
Ashland to Grants Pass so that stv interest to members or to the gener last week
Mr. an Mrs. Melbourne Atkins
being treated to a new coat of paint.
will continue to make her home in al public. The Kebekahs are the Lake.
If you have hair that is fine
and children are now located in the
Medford. She thought for a while first one to take advantage of this
and hard to wave, have a Eugene
Mrs. Saunders and Mr. Hatfield
Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Skyrman spent
that they would have to move to means of keeping the members in
Atkins leased tho Emil Britt pro
Introducing Mahaska’s new Viti-
Sunday at Trail.
Mrs. Skyrman motored to Shasta City Sunday.
perty. The Atkins family have re
formed as to the time of meeting. states that a temporary bridge is
mln “ F” shampoo
Get a shampoo for 75c and a
— Mr. and Mrs. Hamrick who were sided in Table Rock for the past
Mrs. Clara Farra will entertain
That the permanent bridge expecting their daughter Miss Erma several years, making their home on
the Past Noble Grand Club next for every organixation in town
have a card in this directory.
will be 100 feet across. It will not Hamrick home last week received the Pendleton place. Neighbors re
Tuesday afternoon at her home.
word that she had underwent a gret to see them leave an hope they
be completed for two years.
Old bundles of papers for sale at
very serious operattou and while will like their new location.
Mr. and Mrs. Cochran are visiting
Phone Central Point, 23 for
Silo filling is yet on the farmers'
their son and other relatives in this office.
The Central Point Telephone co. she is doing fine it will be sometime
has been buying new telephone poles before she will be able to return program, with many silos being fill
JENNIE H. SEXTON
Mr. A. (.. Collins of Douglas. Ari- and are busy pianning improvements home. She is in a hospital at ed this season, with the well produc
Mr. Arthur Llnbeck has left for xona, an old friend, visited Mr. and to thelr lines
New members are \ Winnebago, Nebraska. Miss Ham- ing corn crops grown this year.
San Francisco where lie will either Mrs. W. J. Moore at the Nip & Sip ^av|nR phones put in quite often.
1 rick is a professional nurse.
attend s c h o o l or look for work. He Service station. It was a very en
will have t o have a doctor's eg- joyable meeting as they had been
animation before being able to re friends for many years.
turn to school.
Mr and Mrs. Arnold Bohnert and
Mr. and Mrs. Josef voiiBIrkenfeld Mr. and Mrs. Maust spent Sunday
have leased the Dr. Salade rasldence.
at Lake of the Woods at the Albert's
WHITE OR BROWN
Mr. Birkenfeld Is a free lance
cabin. It was a beautiful day. They
Extras— Guaranteed Fresh
swam, hiked, went boating on the
Rev. and Mrs. Crow of Oklahoma
are visiting their son in Medford
Mr. Alvin Williams and Mr. A. O.
and Mr. and Mrs. Undley in Central Myers returned home from a bunting
Point. Rev. Crow Is a Naxarenq trip with a nice buck. The hunting
VEGETABLE or TOMATO
preacher and had a charge in Med seems to be good this year.
ford about 7 yeara ago. Rev. Crow
will conduct a revival meetings at
Ray Ross. Jim Ross aud Jill! Bow
man will leave tomorrow on a hunt
The foundation of Mr. Bomb's
Mrs. McCredte and daughter pre
new house Is being laid.
: ' '
sented the Library with some Geo
Ground to Suit You
graphic magazines which will b ♦
much enjoyed by the readers.
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Isaacson will
lb- ready for the' stormy days with
Mt. Pitt Lodge No. 167
leave lor Southern California to
Meets 1st and 3rd Wednesday
spend the winter. They will make a
I 0 .0 F Hail
leisurely trip stopping at points of
Clara Vincent, Noble Grand
Interest on their journey.
Minnie Buckles, Secy.
for every member o f the family
Mrs. Mary Richardson has rented
her house to Mr. and Mrs. Bartlett
Men's 15-In. Rubber shoes
front Reno, Nevada. They have one
DEW DBOP— Sweet & Tender
son in High School and three girls
$3.25 & $3.50
Men's Ball Band Boots ....
In grammar school. Mrs. Richard
WANTBl>— 2 Housekeeping rooms, son's mother Mrs Nancy Wilson will
................... $ 2.00
Men's Woonsorkef Boots ....
First of Octo make her home with her grandson
ber or later. Dell Anderson, 107 Sanford Richardson.
E. 2nd St., Medford
Mr. Late Boswell left Mouday last
WANTED— A girl for general hou-te week for
work, steady, references required. where he will help his father har
Leave answer at this office. Box vest his large crop of grapes. He
traveled on the bus and made very
good time leaving here on Monday
and arrived at Springdale Thursday.
FOR SALB—Grapes, I f and 24 per
Helena Hanson is keeping house
lh. Riley Myers, Central Point.
at the shack for Roy Jones, Chester
FOR SALE— Heatrolu Circiiluting Kamberg and Blue O’Connor.
Orth Miller aud Jimmy Green left
Tuesday morning for Salem where
FOR RBNT—(Pasture for hornea or they hope to find work.
teated cows. 30 acras Alfalfa
Special Prices to School Children
CIRCULATE and RADIATE
After several days visit at the
Jim Oregg. East Side Central
49—2t Tracy home Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Stewart left Tuesday by motor car
of all for their home» at Saint Helens and,
Saturday and Sunday
to warm the home
kln<* If we can’t fix It, It coats Portland. While here they went
yon nothing. Mrtal Kraft Shop hunting for deer on Morr*«on Creek
209 West Main, Medford
We have had the story of Mr
slogan Is: "IF Mae can’t wold it,
throw It away ”
Show cases and W oolridge» life mentioned a number
of times and It has been brought to
our attention that It was not a Med
WANTED— Ambitious students for ford hotel that Mr W’oolrtdge slop
resident and horns study courses ped over night at hut a Jacksonville
In business training that turn hotel.
spars time Into earning tlms. Med
ford Busins«» Col legs. OWN.
The Relief Corps members are
requested to be out to their regular
meeting Friday for arrangements
SPECIAL- 1936 Model Willy» 1365 will be made at this time for ttu
Love'» Used Csr Bargain Lot. October t l meeting when the Dis
1704 North Riverside. Medford
trict Supt. Oolite Rrown from Cor
vallis will be here
FOR SALB— Pin- wood.
tier by the load. delivered. P II.
• Stotp and think of the vital unit* of your motor car that depend
upon your battery -starting. lighting, horns. Ignition and. possi-
I heater, defroster and other MSHMCtM
FOR SALB Dodge truck, logging
your battery will depend, to a large extent, upon the »»rvlce you
trailer. Ford truck, Chevrolet
Hare your battery checked regularly every two weeks—
truck, elder press, bay chopper.
we ll gladly do It for you— It's free. However, when you need a
4-wh'<e| trailer, 7-foot drag saw,
new battery, replace with a FIRESTONE BATTERY.
saw. furniture, milk
goats. Inquire at M«ry Mee boms
or phone 104
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Powell aud
Mr. J. O. Isaacson visited the Cen
daughter Patty of Eug-ne visited tral Point Library and expressed
Mrs. Powell's sister Mrs. Victor Bur- the opinion that Central Point
should be very proud of their
libary that was an asset to the city
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Vinceut and Mr. and advised the council to visit It.
and Mrs. K. E. Scott drove over the Mr. and Mrs. Isaacson presented the
sky line road Sunday going up the library with three pictures.
Applegate and home by Ashland.
I Mr. and Mrs J. A. Perry of lled-
Mr. Earl Owings who was operai- \ ford left Wednesday morning for an
•d on at the Sacred Heart hospital [ extended visit in the east with re
last week returned to his home near latives and friends. They expect to
Jacksonville last Monday. He is re- be gone a number of months and will
covering rapidly at this time. Mr. take a boat from New York for Los
Owings is a son of Mrs. A
K. Angeles and if we are still having
winter here they will visit in Caltf-
| ornia. Mr. Perry was president of
Mrs. Mary Lange is marketing th„ Medford NaUo„al Bank,
some of the loveliest Tokay grapes
this office has ever seen.
Paul J. Norcross who has been on
for 10 days only
Specials for Sat. & Mon. Oct. 2 & 4
Full Line of
H E A T IN G S T O V E S
F resh Egg's
Air Tights, Radiant & Circulating, Heaters
Coleman Oil Heaters
W . E. A L E X A N D E R
HARDWARE & IMPLEMENT CO.
E. C. FABER
■ 2 Doz.
S ou p
22-oz. Tins A C c
MEN S S
■ 2 Pounds
R u b b e r s & G o lo s h e s
■ 2 Pounds
No. 2 Can
H am b u rg er
See the NEW
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Central Point, Oregon
Welcome School Children and Teachers
OLD FASHIONED CHICKEN DINNER
More Heat with Less Fuel
Central Point Hardware
NEW F U E L FR EED O M !
We also handle SPARK Heaters
CASE BURNS EM ALL
|! Y O U R B A T T E R Y —
Has a Big Job!
FOR BALK—Small, paying business
in Medford Anyone interested rail
at this office or phone 901 Cen-
frt! Fwfttt hfrpr six o'clock.
Central Point Wood Yard
L. C. G R IM E S
Finley Implement Co.
t^t oar priors o . .11 MlUgv tool, before y o . h «j.
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