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About The American. (Central Point, Or.) 1928-1936 | View This Issue
still short of water, and hay ard feed
grains short in many eastern areas,
ltaln improved some Idaho situa
tions, but here, too, winter range
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feed prospects were poor. Except in
showed slight declines in California a few cases, hay and grain supplies
and Oregon egg production out were ample.
At North Portland
weighed by a five per cent increase
in Washington, with the result that slaughter hog values wet
coast production maintained the up- levels 10 cents higher than the w.ek
ward trend started several weeks before, most of the preceding Mon
ago. Coast markets generally were
* 25 to 35 cent advance having
unchanged, but improvement in tone disappeared by midweek. Most cattW
was noted as due to advance in east- classes throughout the week sold
ern markets and to pick-up in local steady to strong with the previous
demand for both fresh and storage, week's close, and sheep and lambs
Total receipts at the four leading were steady. All departments showed
markets Increased slightly, but st ill1 larger receipts
Cattle- Receipts heavier at North
were behind the same week a year
ago. Prices of Pacific coast extras Portland; most classes sell well.
Sheep— Market steady; feeding in
gained four cents in New York.
the west shows no gain.
Kangri Not Ho Good
Hogs— Slaughter classes lose last
Except in the southwest, there are
very short supplies of winter feed on week's early gain; more on market
Wool— Long quiet market showt
western ranges, but live stock geu-
«rally was In fair to good condition signs of activity; price guilts noted.
November 1. In Washington, fall
Wheat— One guess as good as an
rains came too late to help range and other, says economist; figures fur
jiaiturus, which were dry and short, nlshed.
Hay and grain, however, were ample.
Feed grains— Demand more actlvr
Oregon winter range and feed pros- as winter nears; price well sustained.
pecta were poor, with some sections,
Hay — Marketings
F R i a i Y , DECEMBER U , 1031
Th* AMERICAN, C E NTRA L POINT, QR l/O ilft
ON NORTH RIVERSIDE IN MEDFORD IS ONE OF THE MOST MODERN
CLEANING AND PRESSING PLA NTS IN JACKSON COI NTV. THEY
FEATURE PROMPT SEIIVK'K AND REASONABLE Pltlt ES. MAN-
AGED BY JAMES A. GROVE.
Clothes most assuredly don't make and touch the many •"''•»rent kinds
tlie man hut they play a prominent of fubrlcs, the fastness of the dye
role in the opinion we form of him, that has been used in coloring them
especially on first acquaintance. If and the chemical solution he cun best
our clothes ure freshly cleaned and use to clean and renovate the doth
pressed it not only helps form a good without injuring Its color or texture.
Impression with others hut it In
The Economy Cleaners is a shop
creases our confidence and assur- that has become well known as one
ancs. However there is a difference whose artisans know their business.
in cleaning methods that most peo They have spent years in gaining
ple don't realize.
knowledge which, together with theii
The cleaning and pressing business special equipment, enables you to
is one that is decidedly more intri send your most delicate pieees of ap
cate and In which more skilled type parel to them without fear of tn-
of artisan Is required than the lay 'jury to either the color or the fubrlc.
man would suspect. Where in other j They make repairs on nil work, give
days, practically the same process one day service if desired and give
and chemlral solutions were used in especial attention to out-of-town
cleaning any kind of fuhric, we find work, much of which la sent them by
today that the skilled cleaner und ' mall.
preaser must have at his command a
They are rendering a real service
large line of information in order to to their patrons for they enable them
properly spot or clean the largp va to economise in dress and still noth
riety of fabrics with which he cornea lug is lost in the smartness and neat
in contact. He must know by sight ness found in new clothes.
Dr. Emmet J. Carpenter
W HOSE OFFICE IN THE IIOI.LV TH E A TE R BUILDING IN MEDFORD
IS ONE OF OREGON'S LEADING CHIROPRACTORS. IIE IS OF
FERING JACKSON C o INTV RESIDENTS THE HKs'l' |\ C H IR O
PRACTIC HEALTH SERVIl E AND ELECTRO-THERAPY SEKVIl E.
The nervous system of the human but not definitely cured,
body is designed to carry life force
Dr. Carpenter is one of Oregon's
to every purt of the body ami in so leading Chiropractors, being a grad
doing to keep it In perfect health, uate of the Oregon Stute College of
However, at times when bodily re- Chiropractic at Portland, and is well
distance is below normal,
disease equipped with both training and ex
will creap in.
perlence to give chiropractic adjust
Any local physical ailment can be ments that will and do give results,
quickly relieved If nature is assisted
He spares no time nor expense in
by way of seeing that the uerve cen- keeping pace with his profession in
ters which serve thut purt of the both knowledge and office equip
body am functioning normally and ment, an example of which is the
art* not impinged In any way. Many calbro magnowave instrument which
of our physical ailments are cuused accurately detects and locates any
or aggravated by nerve imping ment ailment und Its cause, be It external
and if the nerve is relieved the all- , or internal in nature. Dr Carpenter
uieut naturally disappears.
also has complete
For this reason Chiropractic ad- equipment which is very efficient In
justments have reached and correct- giving immediate relief and break
ed many acute and chronic diseases ing down inflammations and conges
that other health methods have fail lions in uny part of the body,
ed to improve. The real reason for 1 In the years he has practiced here
this remarkable success Is accounted he has not only built up an enviable
for in the foregoing explanation, reputation, but because of the as-
namely: That Chiropractors do not tonishing results he gets, he has as
treat symptoms hut go to the imme- Slimed a prominent place in the
diate cause of the trouble and cor- Jackson county professional world
rect It with the result that the all- ,
If you are having trouble with
ment definitely disappears, whereas 1 your health, see Dr Carpenter and
if symptoms only are treated. It ' allow him to give you a spinal an
might he arrested for a short time | alysls.
I Mrs Ralph Plttock of Humbug
northwest brings $3.50.
Creek was a week-end guest of her
Butter— Prices little chan d, bul
friend, Mrs. J. W. Macy, west of
country-wide position strong r.
To County Court
and attended Christian church
Eggs — Coast
For Library Aid
services Sunday morning. Tuesday
mourning; market has firmer tone.
THE FEDERATED CHI 1M'll ES
Mr. and Mrs. Macy accompanied Mrs.
Potatoes — Improvement
Central Point, Oregon
R. H. Moore, who has been busy
Pittock to her home. Messrs. Pittoek
Yakima« to $15; Idaho growers bold
J. M. Johnson, Pastor
(the past week circulating a petition
and Macy are engaged in placer min-
asking the county court to rescind
.... „ , ‘ ing on Humbug creek
Apples — Activity of export trade
John on Patmos is the title o f .
j their action In reducing the budget
brightest ray in dull situation.
allowance fo r the Jackson county 11 -Lthe lesson for this week. The first]
Prunes-—Foreign interest resur
l.rary. today sent the petition to the chapter of thé Revelations in the les-1 Mrs. Dr. Heckman is reported by
rects lifeless market.
court at Medford.
The living, present the doctor to be recovering splendid-
a hr (Elntrrhrs
i Mr. Moore states he was very sue- Christ is the central thought. We ly front her recent fall which re-
I < cssful in obtaining signatures to the invite your cooperation. Nine forty- suited in painful injury.
petition. About 155 names were «e- j Yiv« a. m. is the time for otfr school
The Vedfnrd National llnnk Is an
•pstltnllos that la a pillar of flnan-
clal strength to this ami adjacent
communities, one that has done much
In promoting the general welfare and
the prosperity that Jackson County
has enjoyed In recent years.
factor In the upbuilding of Jackson
connty It has played a prominent and
It la known as a
hank of superlative Integrity and
one that can always be counted on
to carry its share of the load In any
cnee on the heme life of the county
ha* been marked, indeed, for through
It* willing sesi-lanre and able ad-
rice many who
never have known the satisfaction of
owning their own home* or business
are now substantial
home owners and are aiding In the
progress of their various rommun-
The p.illcy of he Medford National
Bank Is one of accomodation and
‘ or. von lent* to the customer. It ia
literal without being rareUaa, and
The best Interests of Its ‘
customers are always consulted, .»nd
they determine the course it shall
follow in every
where those Interest* would conflict
with, or prove a menace to. the wel
fare of the community at large This
policy ha drawn to It .1 large rllen
tele, eyery one of whom Is a real
friend. Just as the Institution Is a
real friend to all whom It screes
They hare. In addition to their
general hanking service a saving,
account department which is annual
ly becoming a larger part of their
business and In which they pay rule
of interest on time deposits which
are roa«l>tent wItt» those of othr
conservative hanks throughout th
start a savings ac. ount !
with them and yon will be snrp-li. '
how rapidly It will grow a* the a c -
crued Interest on time deposits I-
compounded and with a consist <n
program of raving over a period o'
gears your security and independent' j
In old age will be assured
Representative Hawley of Oregou
favors increasing the public debt to
take care of relief, reclamation and ^
The Nautilus is back. It is lucky.
Apparently, it hasn't done much or
We rather think Its |
getting back was the biggest accom
plishment. It was a foolhardy pro- |
Ject from the first.
Visits Friends in
.cured, including business men, teach, to open.
high school students.
' °u wil1 always find a group
Central Point • rs It and
is reported today that the coun- young people who appreciate
O. S. Blackford was a caller at the j
Order "Dr. Hurbert'a Storv of t! I
ot American office this morning. Dur- Bible" from Mrs. Young Wonder! M
the ¡ng, the course 0( the conversation it gift to old
ty court already has voted
to levy a need of Christ in their life. They transpired that we had been getting dueed prices.
Mr. Harry Tuttle of Grand Forks, one-tenth mill iucrease in the library mean to be at their best. 1 ou w i l l ______________________________________ _______ _________________
N. D., was calling on friends Thurs fund over the one-tenth mill levy al- find them seeking spiritual guidance
I ready announced.
There seems to! and preparing for service. You are
He lived here about
20 years ago have been a general demand from invited to join with our young peo-
nnd was Y. M. C. A. secretary for
a the rural districts for such an In- pie's groups which meet at 6:30 o’-
large organization in Central Point crease.
clock euch Sunday evening.
He is on his way to southern Call-
The petition sent in by Mr. Moore
We invite you to worship with us
fornia to spend the winter.
may have arrived too late to assist in our church services. Eleven o’clock
Mr. Tuttle remarked that he saw in convincing the county court of the in the morning and at 7:30 o’clock
many ..nprovements since he went good policy of increasing the library in the evening. The sermon Sunday
away— he says nothing would make fund, but it at least shows the senti- morning will present some of the
meat of the Central Point district In mysteries of the resurrection, and \
in southern Oregon again.
* this matter.
in the evening the subject will be
These are old established businesses and have been located here for
"Seeing the Better Things." Come,|
many years or they have demonstrated their reliability i „ other ways
help us with the Gospel song service.
such as offering standard merchandise or service at fair and equit
able prices. We heartily recommend them.
f o u
l>. E. Millard, pastor
C e n tra l P o in t
Good Firms To Patronize
ON NORTH RIVERSIDE IN MEDI 1 HID IS \ S A N IT A R Y AND I'P-TO-
DATK B A K E R Y WHIC H F I YTl'KEH BU TTERNU T AND PAN
DANDY DREAD. C AKI S IN I) OTHER HIGH GRADE IIA KERY
PRODUCTS. MANAGER BY MICH YKL RECK.
Almost with the discovery of fire, starts until the bread is wrapped and
baking was practiced, but us in other sealed in wax paper, they make every
businesses a remarkable progress has t i o n to supply their patrons with a
product made under the most sani-
been made in the baking business in lary conditions possible. They fea
the past few years. As for its compo ture Butternut and Pan Dandy brand
sition even In the past 15 years the breads, whleh is not only made from
Ingredients of bread have been very tlie purest ingredients, but which
materially changed, a large percent contains an unusually high content
age of tnilk now being used in the of milk and Is consequently rich In
formula, whereas as recently as 15 food and health value. They are just
years ago very little, if any, was in as expert in the production of pies
cluded. This is an extremely im cakes, rolls and other bakery prod-
portant change, especially in the case nets that are baked daily and are
of children because of both the added distinctive both in flavor and in
health and food value that the in taste.
clusion of milk in bread gives. It may
This bakery is always open to pub-
be conservatively stated that the ad lie Inspection and the business sue-
ding of a large percentage of milk <-ess which they have enjoyed can he
has increased the food value of the directly traced to .!>■ reputation their
ordinary loaf from 2a to 50 per cent products enjoy with the public. Their
over that of a decade ago.
wagon makes daily trips to Central
Beck's Bakery is ft concern which Point and Gold Hill and you will
has kept pace with the baking bust -1 find their products in the leading
ness in both equipment and baking store.; in both places as well as in
methods. From the time their mixei Medford. Ask for them at your store.
Farmers Cooperative Exchange
I.O C A T IR IN MEDFORD IS A l*UBE It SPIRITED FIRM WHICH MANX’-
EAt T U B E S AND vt I.I.S El'ONt ►MY AND EXCHANGE BRANDS OF
1*01 I,TRY AND DAIRY FEEDS. M YN YGEI) 111 K. N. VILX.
A thing of Interest in connection manti fact tiring their own feeds they
with the feed business is the effort provide a market for the rpoducers
made by all feed manufacturers to of grain and at the same time offer
supply feeds which are properly bal feed second to none at prices which
anced and that In many cases an do not include the freight rate neces
actually proven by feeding tests. Ex sary on all feeds shipped in. Briefly,
periment and study by manufactur their business endeavor eliminates
ers and state agricultural colleges much of the wasteful practice of
has placed at the disposal of the shipping a raw product hundreds of
smaller manufacturer valuable infor miles to be manufactured into the
mation which lie can pa <s on to the finished product, only to lie shippeil
user. To tnanufait tie feeds that will as in many cases, hack to the origi
compete successfully with the na nal district from which it came. They
tionally known brands has become thereby save both the producer and
almost an art und in this respect we the consumer the freight cost.
are glad to refer you to the Economy
In addition to these things is the
und Excli: nge brands of dairy, poul fact that the Farmer's Co-operative
try and stock feeds which are manu Exchange is a home owned and man
factured und sold by the Farmer’s aged institution which, through taxes
-op Exchange as fe. ds which do on their holdings, contribute to
give remits comparable in every way county and municipal expenses, a
to those of any other famous brand tiling of course which is not done In
manufacturers of feeds which are
The finest recommendation they made elsewhere, so that when you
could have is the good reputation buy tl\eir feeds you are boosting a
they enjoy with the people who use home industry and product.
them. The directions for using these
Whatever you need in these lines
feeds have only to be followed to they have for you and they invite
provide ro.ailts for the user.
the poultry raisers and fanners of
The Earmers t'o-op Exchange serv this section to make their store head
ice to the farmer Is two fold, for by quarters here when in Medford.
MY RTLE’S COFFEE HOUSE
Bible School and Morning W or
Home Cooke«] Paltry
ship, 10:00 o’clock.
Christian Endeavor, 7 o'clock.
SHORT ORDERS— MEALS
Junior Choir, i o'clock, Thursday.
The Bible school attendance reach-,
ed the highest mark last Sunday th a t1
You Are Always Welcome At The
*las *>PeM pictured on the graph,
The Christmas program prepara
Dam n ( s f ; 0 Confectionery
tlon.s under way promise an unusual
entertainment for Christinas Eve.
The Home of Good Eats
hollowing the progrum the Christ—
“ M’s the Coffee"
inn Endeavor and Mrs. Young's High
School (lass of young people will
leave the church to sing carols tor
tlle shut-ins; after which they will
DA IRYM A N
enjoy warm refreshments and a so-
Fresh Milk and Cream
<ial time at some home,
... . . ,
»'>«•• BurseII a class will hold their
annual Christmas party at the church i
Friday afternoon. Dec. 11. They will
enjoy a Christmas tree and un afti r-
noon ,,f ,,roKrani
R * '" p«
*"1! t,,e reKlllar business meeting,
The Ladies' Missionary circle will
hold a c00ked food sale Saturday
Finley Implement Co.
The Church of Chrst meets every
Sunday on West Main street, Cen
tral Point. Y’ ou are welcome.
10:30 a. ni. Regular worship.
7:30 p. m. Preachiug,
R E L IA B L E INSURANCE
JOB W O R K
W O O D and C O A L
A T SUMMER PRICES
C E N T R A L POINT WOOD Y ARD
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Everything in Cabinet Work
Approximately 125 people attend
ed a turkey meeting held by Jacobs.
Established in Ittcis
Malcolm and Burtt, San Francisco
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firm, at the Grange hall In this n
Tuesday evening, December 3. A
eral discussion of marketing
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lems and of turkey production occu
pied the evening.
i ù lt im i fJc/t€tf/e
Mrs. Throckmorton and her com
mittee of ladies from Eaxle Point
Vour Favorite »Jeweler
provided some rakes and coffee.
Mesdames J. W. Gratham and H. ¡j Medford,
W. Koepfell, o ' Mira VNta orchard,
spent Sunday with the latter's moth
er. Mrs. L. C. Hazelwood.
us for Job W ork
:tl.s Medic.id Bldg.
I’ hone IlillN
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To reduce these hazards, Stock
Fire In su ran ce co m p an ies—
through the N ational Board
of Fire Underwriters and other
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considers the protection o f
homes and com munities no
less important than the pay
ment of losses.
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Blackford for the past four years
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