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M A R K E T TREND SHOWS GAIN
Live merchnntn attract business
to the city by advertlain*. which
is u basis fo r price, quality auil
a square deal for all.
Central Point is going ab'iqr,
picking up here an.I there. We
have reason to feel proud of our
people and city. Itoost for it.
_ _ ________________ * EXTRA!, P o l XT. OREGON, Kill DA V. DECEMIIKK
M M H E R 12
' wi l l
Rich Haul in
To Offer Reward
For Alarm Ringers
By S. O. BURGDORF
Everything is getting into chains
nowadays, unless the gangsters are;
‘ Thar's gold in them thar
Tile big chain groceries
hills,” and once in a while some
At the regular meeting of the
1 M r - said to be planning chain farms
one finds it. Earl Brittsan, who
city council Monday night it was
lc supply their retail establishments j
formerly lived on Beall Lane,
decided to offer a reward of 825
ere M with fruits, butter, milk, eggs and
and a partner have been working
for the arrest and conviction of
K i l licgetables. Well, it might he a good
the party or parties who have
ing. They would find the farmers
The Rogue River Dairy associa-
been sounding false fire alarms.
rcther inclined to sell out If offered tion held its regular monthly meet-
For some time our ettiiens have
That from 30 to 40 per cent of
W'liile cleaning out an old tun
been troubled with some idiot
school children are not normal was
nel Earl drove his pick into the
io ver i fair price. The chain people would Ing Tuesday evening at the Central
work their farms intensively and Point grange hall with about 40
tide of the old digging. Only eight
Fruit Export Made More Active; Winter Sharpens turning in false alarms utul turn the very startling statement made hy
ing everyone out of be»| at all
Mrs. Newton Chaney In an address
hours. The council has decided to
before the P.-T. A. meeting Friday
, , ,
Reports of standing committees
a pocket from which he and his
take drastic steps to stop the afternoon, December t Mrs. Chaney
sins ng Kansas City has finally decided were heard a,ld the a v i a t i o n wen*
Slow Upward Pendency
who was a delegate a year ago to a
. o n record as avofring the furnishing
pounds (Troy | of pure gold, val
]] I hat the way to lesson the number
The ordinance was not passed
child welfare conference in Wash
i ■ if auto fatalities is to make the dri- .
to put the reward into effect as ington, I). C.. gave a synopsis of the
Domestic wheat markets strength dry weather in the winter wheat re
ing cream routes.
'f Heir ers responsible.
W e are glad to
it hud not been prepared in time
ened materially during the week end gions of the United States have b. on
‘ ‘Children’s Charter” adopted in that
. , .
It was decided that the annual
stu| | parn that such a decision has been ,
, , ,
hut will lie passed at the next
ing December 4. despite the very interpreted generally as indicating
election of of fleets be held at the
«ached, even if that has always been
meeting us the council was unani
unsettled situation in foreign mar- tlie possibility of a small 19.12 crop
The thought that there is no ave
Ike way to halt the slaughter of ped-
mous in it., fuvor.
Lets, according to the Weekly Grain Also, there have been some develop
rage child and that each child must
The Medford milk ordinance came
< ■ strins.
be dealt with as an individual was
in for much discussion.
uppermost in her talk.
of agricultural economics. Reduced maud for the crop year as a whole,
strongly opposed the ordinance on
One street railway has finally giv-
offerings, together with a good mill
!m »VIII H m |»| m - ii Next?
Another very Interesting feature
m up it’s struggle to meet the rom-
demand, were principally responsible
Fluctuations In the wheat mark, i
of the program was a playlet given
ducers to an unwarranted expense.
etition of private autos, taxis, and
by the pupils of the third grade un
for the firmer tone. Corn, on th> have been so marked recently Ihut
He claimed the grading of the milk
The company operat-
the direction of their teacher,
should be on the finished or deliv
f Bilr ig a line In Colorado Springs has
Miss Alice Seabrook.
At the election of officers at the as a r*‘sult of continued slow market pen next, and one northwest e in»
ish: ig- nnotinced that it will go out of bus-
Iris Hill read the familiar story
sUy !Central Point Orange Friday night domand- Receipts were unusually mist, L. R. Brelthaupt of Oregon
icss, next April. There will be oth- equipment used. He said it was oasi
of the little red heu while the parts
possible to produce a pure grade of Alnold Bohnert was elected master liRht ,,ut easily ,uff,cleBt for curre,lt
college, says one guess is as
were acted by the characters in real
milk without all the extravagant f° r
« « 1 » * >'oar. Mr. Bohnert has ' raf
requirements. Rye. oat. ami good is another,
istic costumes. The stage setting was
r,ey wt>re fir,,,er wltb wheal and
George It. Carter lias announced
-muH Melvin A. Traylor was born in equipment required by the o r d l - l been overseer for the past year and bai
particularly attractive and appro—
has been very active in grange work prices of these grains advanced out he furnishes the following:
d Kentucky and spent his young
prite. The parts were taken by the
half cent per bushel during the week
The principal speaker of the eve-
Other officers elected were: Over
Clerk on the Republican ticket.
anhood in Texas. Both states are
Flax markets strengthened, prlucl- wheat carryover on July 1 this year
ning was R. W. Morse, of the ex- seer> Warren Patterson; lecturer
Mr. Carter Is a lifelong resident
R o w booming him for the Democratic
foxes, ltli linrd Wyatt. Humid Jew
tension service of O. S. C.. Corvallis. Kdytb Bohnert; steward. Don Bran- pally as a resuIt o f . llK‘u offe,1UKS
ot Jackson County, being born and
omination for president. We iniag-
Morse stated that the situation ner: assistant steward. John Black 8ince cru,her dema,,d remained dull 000 bushels above normal and great- raised at Ashland. For about fifteen ett, Chester Grimes ami Inez Morn-
le that other states will stick to
ingslur. A solo sung by Iris Hill, xc-
Influenced by tbe slow inquiry for er Ilian in any meant year. WorM
y*ars be lived on u farm near Tulent.
ir own favorite sons. Oklahoma bad aa it is. shows slight improve-
“ • Mr,‘ Sanford Rich linseed oil.
of wheat this year, how- For tbe past seven years he has made companled by Doris Lee Anderson
ill be devided between ‘ ‘Alfalfa me,lt over last year. He sai.l the aldson. treasurer. P. A. Bonnoy,
was well received.
Even the small or scattering parti.1
, ever, is expected to be perhaps 200,- his home 1n Medford.
amount of dairy products now in secretary, Hildegarde Laing; guie-
ill” and W ill Rogers. We are for
Following the regular business
seasonal business gains of late fal' 000,000 less than last year,
Two years ago MY. Carter ran ’«ir
Itogers because he Is a humorist, storage was only 35 per cent of that ** 1 '• _ ,r - ^ ’ s'1 ' ' . * ' "
were welcomed after the extreme
“ The normal increase In demand tbe same office, hut was defeated by meeting of the P.-T. A. refreshments
rc need some humor in the White
storage at this time last year.
Tyrell; Flo,a, Mrs. Fisher; Pomona
dullness of precising months,
but for bread and the decrease in pro- a -mall majority. He ig fully qual were served in the rear of the high
Mr. Morse called attention to the ^'u*a Benson, and lady assistant
louse right now more than ever.
the main improvement was in the ductlon of wheat probably offset the ified and would make a good clerk. school auditorium.
fact that the western states hold 9 sl," ard. !■ aye Love. Faye Ritzinger
of tha was elected juvenile matron and A. tendency toward higher prices ol larger carryover. Other factors on
In an effort to uphold the proposal fl(‘r cent ° f the population
.\1. Tyrell, Will Gregory and j o(> some staple coinmoditiqp and In vh< the firm side of the market are a
t Mr. Hearst that bonds for 15.000. ‘‘‘» ' " t r y a" d haye approximately 9
Wright were elected for the execu trend of events toward greater fi world rye crop probably 150,000,000
•0,000 be Issued to meet the ueed I>er ci>nt of the dairy cows.
nancial and business confidence. At to 173,000,000 bushels less than last
he to unemployment, Mr. Brisbane claimed* that this proportion was
Miss Dorothy Inman was obligated “ ‘r * l,inB lowPr every mo" th “ “ » P 1 year‘ "'"'stantlal cut* " 1 the new win
iys down the rule ‘ ‘ that to which a about right to keep up the price of
two for more than two years, mar ter wheat acreage and unofficial in
in the first and second degrees.
an is entitled Is not charity” . ! f da*ry products for the coast country,
Mrs. Gregory announced that the keU broke their dullness in late full formation indicating increased use
fiat he so. then it must also be true
Morse gave a report of the
Last Saturday. December 5, was
Home Economics club will meet with with sharp advances in grain feed, ¡of wheat for feed.”
hat that to which a man is not onti- progress of organizing of a state
election day ut the meeting of the
and cotton. Part of the gain wa
Dairymen tiny Alfalfa
led is charity, which leads to ih*> ib- dalr>' council. He called attention to Georgia J 'r n iit W ednesday, Decern quickly lost, but the positions of
Alfulfa markets generally ranged local W. It
her 10. This will be their Christines
Utility that a man is entitled to ohar- *he fact that manufacturers of prod-
Mrs Emma Gleason was reelect» d
wheat and rye were helped by new« fnini steady to slightly stronger, bill
only when he is not entitled to ,,cts sold in competition to dairy pa^ty
reports indicating changes in produc marketings were of comparatively president, Mrs. Eva Smith, senior
Those serving on the refreshment
products were very heavy advertis-
Wednesday night, about 12 o'clock,
tion and demand favorable to tin small volume. Local dairymen offer- vice president, Mrs. Coppinger Jun
committee next meeting will be Mr.
• » •
entered G ip Pendleton Serv
markets. Of outstanding importance 1 cd llio principal outlet for No. 1 hay
Arizona is bragging about a case
He advocated more liberal adver- and Mrs. Haley. Mr. and Mrs. Otto in the wheat price situation of recent in the northwest, where movement treasurer, Mrs. Darker chaplain, Mrs. ice Htatlon here and carrle»! off a
swlft justice. The foundation of Holng by the dairymen and stated Bohnert, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Rohn months has been the indication that from the Yakima distrtrt at least In Richmond of Willow Springs gunid small safe containing about 830 in
cash and the accounts of the firm.
is boast is lather impaired when *he purpose of the new dairy council ert, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Clements. prices were lower than they need lie creased somewhat, with the betti 1 and Mrs. Hermanson, conductor.
Is learned that a negro wa3 the " a s to provhle funds and means of Mr. and Mrs. Asbury Beall, Henry in the long run to accomplish the quality bringing about $s.50 per ton.
fuller officers will be appointed by Nothing else was taken.
Ikject of the justice. Several months putting on an educational program Maury, Earl IReall, Mrs. W’ alicrmire necessary readjustment of the level
Entrance was made hy breaking
Tbe last weekly review of coast tbe president n< the next regular
8<> a white woman in Tucson shot *n the schools and Other places to and Mary Maury.
tbe glass of the door and reaching
of average world production to the and eastern egg murkets by tbe bu- meeting December 19.
Don't forget the chicken dinner to
tad killed her husband. She has „o t ; boost tbe " se of more dairy Products.
Plans were made for the unnuul In and turning the lock. An effort
level of consumption. Reports of in renn
given at the grange ball Friday
L been tried.
It was decided to procure a speak-
dinner for the corps members and waa made to Jimmy the door hut the
creased winter wheat sowings and of
(Continued on page 4(
» • «
er for the January meeting to explain December 11, between 6:30 and 8
their families to he held January 2. concrete constitution of the build
Canada is going strong for disarm- d|Horent plans of cooperative or- o'clock. Tbe adr" il*slon fee will ln-
ing made this iniposailile.
taent. The foundation of ,his
ganlzatlon with especial regard to ^lllde danc,n* and ,a,d Playln^ afUr
The men apparently bad knowl
dinner. For those attending the
h»nt. That sounds much like Switz- obtaining federal aid for the local
edge of the usual habits of the night
dance only admission will ho charg '
land going in strong for abolishing association.
policeman an they made their entry
ed. The music will be good and the ;
Just at the time he was eating his
»vies. But there is genuine signi-
public Is invited.— E. B., Grang? re
Eleanor Maule, pioneer who lias lunch.
Policeman Myers had juat
ranee in the declaration of Japan
Mrs. Mary Louise Burch, 7S, wife rc-idrd here for more than 60 yearn made his usual round to this station
fiat she is for a genuine reduction
of Albert P.urch, member of the stale hut left Medford three years ago to and on his return to the city hall
Japan is an armed
boaid of higher education and form- reside In Portland, passed away Ir. stopped to eat his tunrh.
fatinn, on land and sea. This is 110
er president of the Fruitgrower's that city Friday, December 4, at the
*w attitude on her part. She has
While In the city hall he hcara «
At It's regular meeting Monday league, died at her home on (to age of 70 years.
Iways favored disarmament.
car pass tooting Its horn He thought
Point attended a special meeting of
night the city council heard
the fi Lane late last night following a sud
She wi.i born at Freeport, III., tt might he one of the state police
the Southern Oregon Mutual Rabbi* | A group of members of Mt. Pitt
nal evidences In regard to
the ol- den attack of heart failure
The August 27, 1861 At the age of 10 and went out to see. The car went
might just as well give up
association, held Monday evening, I Rebekah lodge No. 167 paid a fra- l»-ged beating u p of a young man Burrh»*s have lived In the vall-’V ye.ir* she < nme with her parents. Mr.
on around the corner of the high
Iht now. A man hasn't any rights
Decemher 7, at the home of L. H. , ternal visit to Hurh lodge No. 4 of over the taking out of the fire truck about eight years,
and Mr- James Murray, to Oregon way h»-aded north.
8 this country any more. Here was
Southerland of Medford. The purposr Jacksonville Monday nirht.
After by night watchman Myers.
The passing of
Runh I- slid settled in this county where she
A short time later Mvers went
qniet, inoffensive scissors-grinder
of the meeting was electing officers the business session they held an old unanimous vote the council decided mourned by a host of friends that continued to realde until moving I«>
down Main street again to the serv
ffested in AIhuqueruqe, N. M . s'm-
for the ensuing year.
fashioned spelling bee which was to retain Myers but to warn him she has made during the eight .ears Portland She was married to Milton ile station corner and as it was snow
Py because he had a bottlp of dena-
C. C. Alt house was reelected ;>rc«i- very much enjoyed by the guests and lo )m> nu>r<> rareful In »he future. she has lived here.
Shp also ha- Maule In Medford in 1H85 Mr. Ma'tle ing, he went over to the station,
P r‘ I alcohol.
dent. George Russell, secretary, end in which Mrs. Edily and Mr
It was said that there had been many friends in other parts of the passed away many years ago. Mrs. thinking to stand awhile under the
denatured alcohol is perfectly
Mrs. L. H. Southerland reelect»»! keypile tied for first prize. Latpr th*>y many threats against Myers, and state, as she has traveler) about the Maule was a woman of noble char- awning He at onre noticed the
Kal and if you want to drink it,
tossed a coin to see who should tak< that although perhaps he rather loat state a great deal with her husband aeter and loving personality and broken door and called the sheriff's
*fe is no law acainst it. So Mr.
The meeting was well attended b> the prize and Mrs. Eddy won.
his head at that time, he was not who has business Interests elsewhen during her residence here enjoyed office and Mr. Pendleton.
fcfgsora-grlnder took a nip out of his
Local guests included Mesdame altogether to blame. The majority loan In the valley.
a large proportion cf the members
n wide circle of friends who will re
Mrs. Schwartz, who lives across
^ttle now and then. It made him
of the association. They were pie... <-d Ruckles. Purkeypile, Eddy, Richard of the council felt »hey should hack
The Burches have be»-n among the gret to learn of her passing She the street from the service station,
and that, we suppose, irritated
Uopinger. up the police In their endeavors »o leading fruitgrowers of the valley leaves the lotto«u * children, Mis* heard the crash of hr»*aking glass,
to note thpre has been a subst. ntlni son,
Police. At any rate they arrested
increase In the local contribution of Hcdgpeth, Henderson.
since their arrival here and Mr. Eleanor Maule and Roy of Portland; v-r he her husband. Mr. Kchwartr
maintain law 'and order.
t» and the judge ordered his bottle
About 15 members .of Central
rabbit meat during the pa-t year.
Routine business occupied the rest Burch Is prominent in orchard cir Azariah L. of Los Angeles and John looked out the front door and saw
pn; -rated and the man himself to
Point I. O. O. F. and Rebekah or of vhe evening.
II of Shelton. Wash Also six gralul- s car by the station with one man tn
out of Albuquerque.
ders went fo Gold Hill Tuesday night
chililren and a number of other rela It lie saw t»*> men carry the safe
where the Gold Hill I. O O. F. de-
tives in Medford The remalna were out slid throw it into the back of
brought >n Medford and services wer* the car 11» called to them hut they at
i^nanges n a n u s
held at the Conger chapel at 2 3" onre drove hurriedly sway to the
Br Gustav Miktisch. of Germany,
member* <jf the two orders pre-ent
E le c t O ffic e r *
p m. Sunday. It.-?. A. G. Bennett o f south.
Itsriiatlonally known sugar statisti-
The Nip and Sip Service station
enjoying the lodge work, a splendid
Mr Pendleton statag the most ser
The order of the Eastern Star held ficiating Interment was in Medford
IB In a revised world production on the highway near the hleh school,
ious loss was the papers In the safe.
entertainment and chicken supper
Central Point camp No 3219 Rny- s very interesting business meeting cemetery
»«g a r for 1930-31, places the ,0- is now operating under new man-
All the grrounta of the firm were
The Grand Master Pool of Eugene ,, N
America met at A. Tuesday evening
I »t 29,862,000 metric tons, con- arement \\ alter Carr and Irwin Hail
Mrs Maule's passing removes the In the -afe .tome small change ia
and Grand Master Homer D. Engel o: Q lT w hg,| necember lit and elect-
The annual election of officers was
"i g of 11,880,000 beet and 17. are the new proprietors.
Portland were present and made ini-
following officers for the on- held and the following officers were Isst member of the pioneer family of the cash register, which waa open,
S Its rh»
suing year: Oracle, Atta Lacy; vice elected; lira Gladys Fb ebe. worthy Mr and Mrs James Murray, on the was not taken.
Statistice prove that time ago and hopes all his old frienda
The burglars left some plain finger
01 acle. Alta K-lly; past oracle. Mar- matron; Mr B L S nderson, worthy Murray side of »he family She was
<onsumption of sugar per capita and customers will call at the old
a M»ter In la * of Mra. J B. Stearns prints on some small articles which
Ray Snooks arrive») home Satur-
l ' 1 pounds. Some sugar consump- stand wh-*n in need of ga«
of this city and an aunt of Myrtle they removed from iho top of the
Mr. Carr has been operating a gas day from Boulder dam. where he had Leever: marshal, lla I^cy; Inner elate matron; Mr N. P. Jewett, as-
Murray, proprietor »»f Myrtle's Cot- sate before carrying it away.
truck for the California Petroleum been employed for some time. He
« » s working with the tunnel eon-
>ol in Europe is on the decline, Oil company.
Mrs. I^wls Grimes has recently re
Th<‘ two youflg men will sell five struction force and the extreme dan years. Mary A M»e; assistant mar- her. treasurer, Mrs Leta Kyle, con
are not manufacturing over
Mr. and Mrs. latne W'»laml of covered from an attack of flu and
Ye, and over here we are not lul different brands of gasoline and oil* ter and poor pay convinced hint the
were » s n » 4 a ft 'r the bualnes* meet- soclate c»»nductress A large member Sams Valley spent Tuesday in town at the present time Lewis Is stlffar-
risk was too great Two of his broth
America is making It's as in the past.
tuc a similar attack.
trading with local merchauia.
ing and a social good time was had. ^ ship was pr» tent.
Here’s hopin , fellows:
ers remained on the Job.
tfhandise from it's own wool.
AT P. T. A.
W. R. C. Makes
Plans for Their
Pet Stock Men
Elect New Officers Rebekahs Vibit
In Social and
Dies in North
*r,‘ any Ju*t,ce ln ,hat- we
i t __ 1
th< Koyal Neighbor*