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The AMERICAN, C E N TR A I
LEI 1. HOOVER
Have the Truth
In the Matter
rnin.iv, nEm m rn i, tM,
I sir* ^ urf|ira
You Should Know
i ut jr; John Auderson,
H i T r ia n g le C lu b
! Central Point;
H o ld s M e e t in g w Williams grange, and
The Hi-Trlangle club of the Chris-, taikg
CHRISTIAN « Ht UC 11
tian church held a special meeting j After the meeting Mrs Louis
II. K. HillnnJ, Pastor
Bible school and morning worship Saturday afternoon at the home of gen_ chairman H e . ( ’ . and h. r
at 10 o'clock. Christian Endeavor at Mrs. J. O. Isaacson, with 12 mem- m[Upe> served a very tasty iuuJ
(Continued from Page One)
7 p. m. Junior choir at 4 o’clock tiers present and the guest Mrs. Ella which was appreciated by all pr^i
Day of Eugene.
and poHstSty better, while the "big
Mrs. Ella Day. who is state leader1
c ‘‘omm|ttee is
Last Sunday we enjoyed Mrs. Day
guy" rides around and draws down
, of Eugene as our guest speaker. The tor the young people, had charge of * re88 nF n ce J w*tb tfleir thre,
his salary and as much or more in
mo.•litre She gave a very inter- C° nlP y a" ' ‘ P* peot
p" ' " nt I1
I Hi-Trlangle girls had charge of the •I
PAIO liv AUT4IMOTIVE INDUSTRY IN IM O
CHICADO, Novenber 19.— United traveling fees. This resolution places
¡morning service, introducing Mrs.
States Senator Hiram W. Johnson the supervisor with his crew subject
vention of Christian churches held
Day who is their state leader.
said today that
President Hoover ¡to orders from the commissioner in
Ab° Ut 40 memb<)” _ g < Ce:
Good roads have often been des- the state capital In Salem reveal that
special music was furnished by at Wichita. Kansas, w hich she re-1
grange wsre in attendance
would have the "undying gratitude c harge Instead of the engineer and
ag , he arterlpg of commerce. in 1930 this company paid $6,944.97 Janlce
Laurine cently attended. Mrs. Day also gave
of the rank and file of the Kepubli-| forces the commissioner to inspect They are morp th>n tha,
They are taxes on 4 trucks and 3 trailers for ¡ j ugger ¡„ duet.
many suggestions and helps about
can party’’ if he followed the lead of ¡bis work and come in contact with thp artpr,pg of civilization.
And the the privilege of using them in s u p -( The c E program was given in conducting the monthly meetings of
The Carnation club met Wed
Calvin Coolldge and decided not to his constituency, thereby doing away progrPgglvenPggi
refine- plying a service important to Jack- form of radio broadcast. making it the club.
day afternoon at the home of
become a candidate next year.
with at least $5000 overhead. The ment> happiness and prosperity of son county.
ting " f tk * Tvtaagle
M t B d i l at Phoenix t
¡one of the novel meetings many are
The California Senator, pausing on |ro*1 oi ,wo ***bt pickups n>r H u m
nat|olli „tate or community, are
This means that
cost them pnj 0y|ng.
club will be held Friday evening at tbt* memhers had birthdays in J
bis way to Washington, hesitated to|,wo commissioners would be '«** to a great
extent governed by its
$992.14 on each truck or trailer that i Christinas preparations are being Mrs. J. O. Isaacson’s home.
All vember so they were honored,
discuss politics In a between-trains llian lhe mileaKe l,al<l any one sup- gtr(eU a|)d highways# Name, if you they used in commercial haulage
last nladt! for an evening program. A play members are urged to attend. M iss'1’0*8 KI<'ha,'d« ° ,‘ and Mrs Zella
Interval. Such Informal chats under < rvtsor and Jackson (ounty " ou d can> anjr gpot jn the world where year.
)n which 14 men will take part be- Helen Loan will k i n charge of t h e , 4408'*1 Wt‘ re
cover of a train shed too often t o - ; own the car> whll° under th® pres‘ progress and isolation go hand in
The service referred
to is one sldps „ , hpr characters will prove in presentation period.
* *ans ,or a Christmas party Menu
1 made and an enjoyable time
sulted In misciuotatlon, he said.
ient *yHtem ,he county pays or * 8 hand!
which enables shippers of any kind tpreat|llg
had by all. Those present were jirs
But lie finally was Induced t.i¡car and tbP " ,ip,*rvlKOr ow,,H »•
p That America today
has a truly of merchandise or live stock to move j
C e n t ra l P o in t
Donna Brenner, Mrs. Alta Ki ™
make a brief statement, and, in tbe court 88 you nollce by put’ llr* ,lon wonderful network
of highways, is the same between Southern Oregon
T i l l : FEDERATED CHURCHES
I is In session at least four da>s per generally recognised,
Where the to Portland overnight. In the case of
Verona Scholer, Mrs. Ma tha
J u n io r D e g r e e
interests of accuracy, not only wrote
Central Point, Oregon
, week and fould easily find time to money comes from
and Mrs. Lois Richardson
It out in longhand, but signed it.
I. M. Johnson, Pastor
T e a m at W o r k
Here it is:
“ Rome and Beyond" is the title of
|the supervisors under each commis-
[ Special interest in the trio i
little or no shrinks j e in this short
"The decision of Mr. Coolldge not »loner district, there being two dls-j so Thp
the very interesting lesson we are
pub„ c ¡g
feneraUy aware period,
The regular meeting of Applegate KMED singing for Pierce
to become a candidate next year en-
tricts, leaving It optional w th t e of the fuct tbat of the$ 1,000.00«,000
The Pierce Auto Freight
Lines studying this w’eek. Second Timothy, grange No. 7G6 took place November Freight for three Wednesdays
titles him to the highest praise ° f | judge to go out Into each district as
27 with a large, enthusiastic attend 12:30 p. m. has been taken In C n-
in revenue, which was derived from carry Insurance so that all consign- 4oul,b e k l f t i l
the American people.
desired. Who thinks for a moment 1930 special motor vehicle tuxes, ments are protected from loss of any 14 U Uu devotional reading. (
anoe; with the memhers and visitors tral Point as Mrs. Young is »¡n) ng K
" I f Mr. Hoover were to make a that the duties of deputyfield as $250,000,000 or 25% was paid by kind and their equipment is of th.* on ,nto the H,ble s‘ ,,n 1 aml “ nj,,y th<‘re were nearly 200 present. The with Efrie Herbert Yeoman and
like decision he would have the un sessors are not as important as that motor trucks, although they repre most modern available. They have
lessons \sith us. Niiu ioit> *i\» Central Point grange junior degree othy Barr. Many long distance nd
dying gratitude of the rank and file of road supervisors and require as
is the time.
team under the able management of local calls of appreciation of tl elr rs
sent only 12% of motor vehicles in just added fT> their fleet a new
of the Republican party."
much Intelligence? There is but one use.
The public Is not cognizant Fageol Aluminum truck, which is the
You WÜ1 find fellowship, Inspira Mrs. Lathrop, the captain, put on a music have been made at the stu< |o. Isar
That, said the fiery Republican objection left for the court, namely: with the fad that while 82% of latest In motor transport equipment. t,OB and histruction >» e,thor ° f th very impressive ceremony inducting
Progressive, was the sum total of they feel anxious for the supervis these trucks were
carrv courtesy you,1K peoph
s groups and you *1
Their trucks all carry
n candidates into the first and sec
Mr. B. E. McNasser, from W i l l i » the ■
what he wanted to say at this time, ors to trim the taxpayers for a hand i i ' . contract carriers
ami only 7%
7', signs which announce to
io other users lnvlted to brinK a frlend 8‘*
" thirty ond degrees. tfter the Initiation the Springe district, wni
in Medfi■ stri
regarding national politics.
When some Christmas present in and out common carrier, the common carriers of the roads that "the road is yours" * l,le time fot ,be >or' ‘‘
t ram, comprised of the most spright- Tuesday in company with
usked regarding his own aspirations of season, as they themselves set were responsible for a large part and to report any discourtesy of their
' 0,1 a "
invit'd too io " '" . 'h i p ly. intelligent and beautiful young Tompkins who was taking him to Oi
for the presidential nomination, he the total dally wage of field deputies of the $250,000,000 derived from drivers to the main offiee.
Steps of with us *“ our cbnreh KPrvlc‘‘s- 8“ »- ladies of the grange, presented their Sacred Heart hospital at Medford
told the reporters they were being ¡as $5 no matter how many miles motor trucks. W’ ith
theBe facts in this sort taken by truck companies day *8 our CODUn 11 nIon day and every drill, which was enjoyed by all pres-
view, it Is easy to see where money has enabled them to show a 14it * hristian needs the strength that t.nt.
The candidates initiated last Mr. Turner, who has
"Quit kidding me about presiden-
Of course our court believes in a j f,,r good roads comes from and it is decrease in truck accidents on high comes from the obedience to oui night together with those who have on the Walden place north of H I inn I
tlal nomination,’’ Johnson said with a square deal for all departments and ¡equally easy to see the injustice of ways in the United Slates in the past Lord * 001,1 murids. The fellow hip in qualified will be given an apportun- Creek bridge, has moved to W ashi
flash of a Binlie. ’ When I ’m a c a n - deputies.
legislation designed to even further 3 years, while those of other motor n,l,sili and in t*le " ord> as we** <*s|ity to advance still further in the ton for an indefinite stay.
didate you’ll know about It.’ ’
I Under “ also" we challenge a liv- tax the common carriers.
vehicles showed an Increase of 39% the mingling together in God’s house work on December 11 when an initia
will help you hear the burdens of tlon into the third and fourth de-
Mrs. M. M. Morris of Medford
Tlie Bierce Auto Freight Lines of in the same period.
There were things the Senator did Ing soul to offer a single objection,
Wednesday a I Die A l Menu
not mind talking about,
i solicit the public to make a deep
is were Emmett Nealon, county dep- son home.
end one of them was the situation in investigation of this resolution and only lo,ally ‘» " « e d freight line mak- Lines’ radio program every Wednes-
The Church of Chrst meets every ! —
Manchurla. There, he said, was u j Hee that their county papas profit *,1K dally ,rips b‘‘tween Portland and day noon at 12:30 over KMED and
Southern Oregon, is an example of enjoy the 15 minutes' program they i,unda> 0,1 " ; est -'lain street, Ctri-
perfect Illustration of the Ineffective- thereby
the common carrier and records ut offer for your entertainment.
| tral Foint. Io n are welcome.
ness of treaties and of the League
This is a business proposition af
10:30 a. m. Regular worship.
fecting our pockethooks and that Is
7:30 p. m. Preaching.
“ It wasn't so long ago that we a mighty tight squeexe, universally,
heard a good deal about treaties be- Just now. IBudget season is on; let
Mr. J. L. Roe of Sams Valley was
ing 'scraps of paper,’ and we de- us open our eye» and he on the job.
, 'In Central Point e arly tliis morning
non m e,I In loud terms individuals
LOCATED ON NORTH H ARTI.E TT IN MEDI ORD Is \ MODERNI.Y
shaking liands with his many old-,
who designated or treated them as
Reso lut ion
EQUIP PED CR EA M ERY W HICH USES HOME PRODI « TS IN THE
time friends. Mr. Roe is well and i
such," said Johnson.
MA N U FACTURE OF GOLD MEDAL ICE CREA M AND IH T T E It.
WHEREAS: The attention of Po-
favorably known (must he favorably I
MRS. M i l III M. SNIDER, MANAGER.
"Today Manchuria Is strewn with nmnu grange is called to the fact that
known and respected, as he has'
I m l
'scraps of paper,’ and Japan says, Jackson county lias 52 motor driven
lived here only 72 years) in Jack-1
These are old established businesses and have been located here for
"What are you going to do about It?'¡vehicles operating under the state $1
Milk hns long been conceded by cream and other dairy products.
son county. At the time the reportei '
ninny years or they have demonstrated their reliability in other »ays
and Hie resl of the world saya, 'We'll t110! 01" vehicle law without said Idea ull physicians to he the most health
The milk and cream with which bumped ugainst him he was shaking
h e t<
such as offering standard merchandise or service at fuir and equit
tlflcation, Be it therefore
ful and palatable of all liquid foods Gold Medal Ice Cream and Butter is hands with I!oh Moore and address
able prices. W e heartily recommend them.
RESOLVE I) that Pomona grange
"In 1929 we had the famous Nine
.and with this In view, we might made Is not only pasteurized, but ing him "good morning, Kid."
pa n 1
Power Pact In which that many na assembled at Bellvleor this twenty- aacr)be to lpp rr,.am lhe game UUe tiiey employ other important safe
tions, Including Japan, agreed to re ourt i ( ay of October, 1931, P<*L- jfor solid foods, its basic ingredients guards. such as thorough steriiizu j
spect the sovereignty of Chinu. The ion and demand our honorable coun- belng Ill(lk and ,.rPam „ h
MYRTLE’S COFFEE HOUSE
J. O . I S A A C S O N
|tion of all utensils before and after Po,ut grangprg who attem„ . d thp A
Homo C'ooked l'a^try
treaty has been disregarded. Japan ty court to cause all said vehicles ralp ,ong gitu.e reaaed to be rP
R E A L ESTATE BROKER
^ . t? ^ flavor
' her W
,,.h pl- « a' " Krange meeting last Friday
will take what »he wants utul what
and hirtuM'r operating undet warded as a luxury nd has instead I I the richness and
SHOUT ORDERS— MEALS
Japn tkes she keeps."
aald ' * » *° •»« « ° Identified by hav- Lssumed the proportions of ......... .. ance that Gold Medal Ice Cream pos
D'-Iirimis lla m b u r^ rs
Johnson criticised the sending of »''*
"Jackson county” and 8l.ut,al and ,1P(.PsHary to u perfect sess, have made it one of the most Hantmond and family, Mr. and Mrs.
P h o n e 393
P. A. Bonnie and daughter, Mrs. F.
un Am. n .,!• representative into thel,h,> department under wtiich it is
popular of locally manufactured pro-
League meetinga, saying It was "not I op* rat« d p''<"<*’d
hold type upon
Keeping pace with the Increasing ducts and all things considered, they
You Art A/wzys Welcome Al The
and Mrs. Haig. A. Ted Goodwin was
necessary Just In order to write a said vehicle in su< h a manner as to demand that has arisen for lee cream might justifiably
use the slogan.
note about the Kellogg Pact.
Dame n ( ,?f? 6 Confectionery
TH E AMERICAN
,li> recent years, It has been the e f - "Careful Mothers Serve Gold Medal
is I Ü
Allhough he refused to predict a
s reso utimi snail be fort of the manufacturer to make it Products." They also buv a large
Tl>«’ Home of Good Eats
change in administration, The Cali
I,. M. SW EE T
any 8° ; f of
•"‘ aI' “ 'y of locally produced cream. tertalned a, dinner Sunday the r„l-
.14 Ht W O R K
fornian said he felt that the Ameri ( Signed 1
“ It's the Coffee”
any other agent which makes It tin- and by providing a ready market fot i „ witl_
I ,1 ki
can people would “ express righteous
Jackson County Pomona grange.
fit for eonsii nipt Ion.
>ante they have stimulated a greutet f „ k, .
., . ..
indignation agninst the Administra
The attached resolution is one of
In this respect the
Frenchman '.activity in the dairy business in thiH ipi„
Mail bout’ Shoes
tion’s doing what the people have re- the safeguards demanded of o u r , Pasteur made an important contri- section.
| .’ ‘
, ’ ,
1,1 ra> a »' ‘
fused to sanction and w hat even Con , «ounty court aud^Ut which (he court hutlou to civilization when he die—I These things have made this con-
D A IR Y M A N
For Prompt Service
greas Itself would not authorize."
Fresh Milk and Cream
| unanimously concurred. That coun- covered the method
of Improving cern one of importance to Medford 0 itv
ty vehicles should be used by em >»Uk. which is named for hint and and If you arc not already a con-
, ‘ Th'
. , '
Pitone l l \ l
( Ployes for private purposes and fe.l Is known as pasturlsation. It is the firmed.user of their products, a trial fhpir rh su k ^ :iv in l't ni "i" " " T •.
SHOE R E IV RING
Bert A n d e rso n
“ ly Kil'
•l " ,i ," ‘ 1'
>>'" * • )
obtaining ab »Ml eonvlnt
«.«u oi m. tral; high
D i e s in M e d fo rd 1
lea quality they poaM
an ph ran on fhr di i
W. K. A LE X A N D E R
form that the public may know why ' --------------------------------------- --------------------------------- ---------------------------- j 40“ * »
B«'rt Anderson, well known pio
McCorni i«k -Deer i ng
where and what same are being used
whl,e * one ,M" ” » j ° y‘ d “ because it
neer resident of Medford and for
for. Much due criticism ha- he „ in
M is fit
differ»,,t (mm sit
PO,'t ' e" , |d« ,«e d In ..........
, . :
M W y U B
I V l L t l
l f l t U l ,
l i l t .
F in le y Im p le m e n t C o .
circles, dle<j at hi* home on West
In K mise.liane,Mis and Indiscriminate ,M <>XK ® r JA«'KS4»N C o t M i s M i.sl \ t i t tBI.F IN ST ITI Tl4*NS. a
Main street In Medford Thursday.
THEN 1*1 N F A T Hot iS \ND CATTI.E \T MAI1KRT PRICES \ND other places.
Mr. Anderson cantn to Medford In . /
|**P ' ' h l i h s !>> careless and
• c bogan aitlve work .. e" pon" e employes, not only in
S \( s \4.1 y I Iti- \sO\ i n > PRD I s. I s K t o l l T H E IR PRODI CTs.
the rotitity hut over a large terri
In the Interests of the RepuhlUatt
tory outside for pleasure and busi
party. He was one of the founders
of the Lincoln club and it her Re
Thl* Identification Is In line with
The Rogue River Meal company is stock with the reault that ntanufac-
**'* a,,‘* * eballenge its oriti- ona of the most valuable a«»ets that taring costs as represented to u great
i e r i u i r i u , i *. ■ ...
Ohio. Tirerai bet iS. 1S67, and when
? “S “
* bMS" ’ PS* proposition the Jackson county commercial world extent by wage* to employes were
I If for nothing else a money saver.
not distributed to some distant com
a young man he moved to I-athani
has to offer. Their service is one
munity, hut rather kept here where
Butler county, Kansas
Pitting hi. schooling at « i r R r l d ' u " ’
■"« ‘ «“ p" d- ,h" ‘
b0th prodttrer , , d f o "- they were ultimately distributed will,
Those progre -ive M««ttord merchants nnd proffeslonal firms Invite your p a tr o n a g e
verslty at Wichita. Kansas, he e n - '
prom,*<'ou' ° r .„o ffic ia l us- sumer and add.N to the economic life Jackson
■ mi will gladly ext "I yon advice and consultation whenever you visit or simp In
gaged'In the livestock huslnw, with
bw™ Hl“ k»lmately |„- of the entire county, tine of the most thing of importance to this section is
«outturn Oregon's most progressive metropolis. Tlioir experience anil rapacit) for
hi* brother Frank at Kl Dorado. Kan-j . ,
“ nd «'ounty offl important servtres made available by through taxes on their holdings here
«Tflei« nt «erxlce i* only qnnled hy their sincere efforts t „ please and render yon a
■as Re was one of the leading l l v *
pmrloy« « « ° etwape an bon- their establishment and business ac- they are heavy contributors to conn-
a service Any e< nfidttce plnred in them f* hobl a .m m l trust. They are neighbor*
»lock miner* of the middle went and * t
tl rl l y I* represented In the fait that ty and municipal expennea. a thing
and like to imag foil.« too. Give them a hand when yon ran.
continued in that bttslnc*« until be .
!*' pr*,"<‘rra‘ '«n "1 «hese vehicles they provide a ready market for live- ot course which is not trite of their
moved to Medford In 1907
? keeping well painted I* one of st«»ck pnwluced in this «action Doing competitors whose offices and pack-
He is survived by his wife, Eva J ,
“ lm< *" " ,,,d * "
**ao keeping this they make it possible for a pro- |n* plants are in distant cities
Parti, niar Personal Attention
F R Y and STKI’ IIEN**4IN
HIIA N G L E 8TUDDI9
Evans Anderson of Medford, a son
, „ °f
marh,n'’ry This r e ^ ducer to Immediately market a small
They hare at an expense constltut-
4’ harles Curtis Anderstin of Alameda °
'** hy common « » • " « " '' * e r of hozs or sheep, where oth Ing several thousand dollars provided
Commertial . . .
California, and three grandchildren
opp,,,,,,o " We submit erwt,, if be did not have a complete a piant an<) fai iu,|pa
I l N. Front 84.
Rlvi'rside A Main
Charles Curtis Anderson Jr. and
*he p" ! ,,r wh'," »e r this is in line carload it would be necessary to pay the pecking business, and have thero-
O <>4t a. in. to 5 :0 " p. m.
Jsme* Herbert Anderson of Alanteda
»«licit their a higher freight rate or else ship fore not only filled a community
•IT PATH TO 1.4>4>k W E L L ”
and Qenrge Oates Jr of Medford
*'lpp,,r, ' » demanding strict com
with some one else In a similar po- need but are In this respect h, Ipinc
Funeral service* will be held
, d 1. ° f " * m*‘ fr,' m
° " r c' ,un‘ y ,n ■ » b e manner they »re »hie this district to etpand and progress
H I .»O«
the Conger Funeral home at * o' ’
» T, ' * r,,durMon of ,hr.’e and to offer local consumers a very high |n a way that only such Institution*
clock Saturday aft» moon. Reverend
lo flTe n" " " ra" bp ^ " » * « 1 « rad* » tie of meats that are of no- make possible
Alex Bennett of the First Methodist "
ro* " ,y t* * ro» by these eesstty in a fresher condition than
They Invite the public to . all at
«range reforms Is ,-«needed.
those shipped In from some distant * e y time nnd Inspect their plant and
' J ft r r t /
. /c A a t /r
Th*»n why not, Ur. Taxpayer? Arr parkin* rtnlrr.
• meth >d*
WCO O . . » .
going Ic lay down on the Job Th e«, meats are offered at highly
They are constantly in touch with
I "ut Favorite Jeweler
T R o W R K ID tiK 1.1 MUER Y I R D
FOR . ALE a Flsmo range, prac « " d »lumber, or are we going to lie economical prices and P»«s all sanl- both the markets and condition* ex
tleally new; about half paid for; i Johnny on the spot’ " Other ru- tatlon tests required bv the Medford istlng In the centers of th. pr du.
HJus« finish making deferred par
• » ! be dlsrusseq later.
city Inspection service
t|„„ „ f , hp Uv, dock industry and
• '.N V A A X
meats about half original COM. a
Now let u* await the declsloa of
This firm in the year 1*9# »laugh- consequently are in position to sup
bargain W A Crauu. A m erica our honorable county con rt Hr hold, tered for local trade something be- ply valuable information lo loral
818 Me Iford Kldg.
the birth of an awakening'
tween l i n a and i n a » head of live- grower».
Phone M i l «
One Billion Dollars in Taxes (
Snider’s Dairy and Produce Company
Business D ir e c to r
Good Firms To Patronize
O. S. BLACKFORD
JAMES Me DOM ELL
/ / ( ) f l / / P
J 4CKSON COUNTY
C om e T o U * F or Job W o rk