Image provided by: Rogue River Valley Irrigation District; Medford, OR
About The American. (Central Point, Or.) 1928-1936 | View This Issue
9% M .
The AALEJUCAN. CENTRAI, POINT. UliaJUON
si, 1 »S|
front door of the Courthouse in thl
City of Medford, in Jackson Cou
Oregon, offer for sale and will ,,,,1
One of the moat vivid recollection*
at public auction for cash to the high |
of the writer’* boyhood 1« of hU o il
est bidder, to satisfy said Judgment
father, going out In a heavy down-
PORTLAND, Dec. 28.— Butter;
Elden gave an interesting and clever together with the costs of this sale
II.IM V I IM » SK N l< »Its ENJOY
Re-established. September IS, 1928. pour to rescue an old mother hen
The market was barley steady with
l„°, f i - * ® ? “ 0?, ai provided
BA NO« ET IN PHOENIX talk on cooperation
law, all of the right, title and inters
Devoted to the b#*t Interest* of gnjj her
and as he came back
prices unchanged. Moderate receipts ;
Jones spoke on making friends. Both that the said defendants, Min ¡,. I
Central Point and vlolnity.
toward the house, singing at the top
in all quarters with dealers well I
these speeches Were very appro- Billiugs. surviving wife of John j
All matter for publication muot of his voice: "Rain, oh, rain, Good
supplied and willing to uell at con-!
In rooms attractively decoratea piiate for the occasion. Donald Sny- lings, deceased; M I.. Euphrat
reach this office not later than Wed Lord send it down; send It down
cessions in some instances. Trading
of the .-senior dass was Giac® Euplirat, hisi wife; R. E Hil
fit the season of the year a large der, ’ President
nesday for Insertion the same week. upon the people in the army of the
____ a'*o known as R. E Hillis and My
was light and confined to small lots
Hy A l Pich j .
. . group of alumni and seniors gathered v.-ry amu-iiiR in presenting an tm- (le s H1Ug als0 known as Myrtle
published every Thursday.
Lord: »end It down upon the people
for current requirements. Receipts
at the Blue Flower Lodge in Phoenix .it;inary picture of the senior class Hillis; Rose Billings ami Jntin li 1
Entered as second class matter at in the army ’ ’
for last week totaled 136,949 lbs
. a decrease
„ „ „
the post oiflce. Central Point, Ore
of , 8.2%
_ • evening ” for
_ the Fifth
. . An-
The abundant rain of the past few
G4 M »I» PREACHING
The two big fire
At this poiut the floor was given . May, 1927, or now have in and t]
gon. under the Act of March 8, 1879.
. v i
the following described proDertv
days mude us feel Just like that. We
In the year 1837 there was a de- Previous w ^ k ’s receipts and 3 9 1%
one in each of the r. option lo Carl Hoover who had made all the uated in the County of Jackson staq
- — I A
A a I
9 E A
In 4 ■
■ n t*' n VA/1 A $ T
* ! *
have had so much d^y weather that pression in this country of which neater <hau
year'» receipts for rooms were veritable drawing cards arrangements for the banquet. He of Oregon, to-wit:
One year .................. ..................$2 80 a regular old "gully-washer" is a Ralph Wa’ d-y Emerson wrote In the ,he same period.
All of Block Forty-two ( 42 )
until dinuer was announced at 8:15. presided over the business meeting
of the original town, (now city)
Cls ÄwSths ................... - ......... $1.00 real dehgnt. Let 'er rain!
journal wh.ch he kept so carefully
Receipts were light and One long t„ble was set to accotnmo- which followed.
back of .
John Smith was
of Medford. Oregon, as the same
Payable In advance.
meditations destined to become fa- dealers were well supplied.
th* forty o r m u r e
nnaniniouslv ( M M president of the
market was steady wjth no change places w-ere marked by attractive Alumni association for the coming
Advertising rates on application
O l’R "COWPATH" ROAD
described on the official plat
Office— 8econd Street, off Main.
"Society has played out its last in prices. Demand holding up well place cards.
thereof, now of record.
year. Harry Elder was elected vice
"Be it far from us to disturb the stake: it is checkmated.
Dated this 8th day of Decembe
Young and close clearances were effected in
John Blackford was toastmaster president and Dorothy Jones, secre- 1931.
ARTHUR EDWARD POWELL
j hilarity of this occasion." as the pro- men have no hope.
Adults stand nearly all quarters.
Last week's and presided at the head of the table tary-treasurer.
Mrs. E. I
Editor and Publisher
verbial Irishman said, but we want like day-laborers idle in the streets, teceipts totaled 4,199 cases. This
Each year three directors are elect-|
to raise our voice in more or less None calleth us to labor
The old is a decrease of 5.7% from previous
Mt 3. Wrn
ed and It Is customary for the pres
By Olga E. Anderson.’ Depu
feeble protest in regard to the high wear no crown of warm life on their week's receipts and 24.3% less than speakers of the evening. John Smith,
Dec. 11, 18, 24, Jan
idents of the student body and aen-
way between Central Point and the gray hairs.
last year's receipts for a correspond-
ior class to occupy two of the chairs. \
"The present generation is bank- i“ g period,
bv Mrs. H
those assembled by telling them of This year John Smith, president of;
Why can we not have this wretch rupt of principles and hope, as of
POULTRY— Live: The market was the activities of the school. George the student body was automatically' NOTICE OP SHERIFF’S SALE
main in tt
HAPPY NEW YEAR!
ed piece of road improved?
I see man j » not what barley steady w'lth prices unchanged,
Mr. and X
dropped from being a director be- c ios^ d u l y ‘ iLuedTuVof^nd" ^nd"
And now comes the end of old ’ 81 sHoulU we be compelled to admit man should be. He is'a treadle of Dealers were well supplied and re-
cause of his holding the office of the seal of the Circuit Court of t,
and the beginning of '32. With ever
■ that the roughest, erookedest four a wheel. He is the tassel at the ceipts were moderate. Trading was| Bulk Buying
president of the association. Donald State of Oregon, in and for the Cou
increasing rapidity the years slip by mlleg on thp whoi6 Pacific highway apron-Htrlng of society,
light in all quarters.
Snyder, president of the senior class.
Jncksou, to me directed a >d
and wo grow older and, perhaps, between C’Quada and Mexico, lies money chest. He is the servant of
' dated on the 8th day of Decembi
POULTRY— Dressed: The market
Cut E u d c e t A ,,r c d l Tajrl°*' and Delmar Smith 1931. in a certain action there! as guest e
wiser. But le'B Just pause a moment at our VPry door, on a perfectly level his belly.
¡continued barley steady with no
were elected directors.
wherein Jackson County Butldil
in our mad rush to look over the gtretc),7
"This Is the causal bnnkruptry, | Price changes. Supplies were fully
The remaining part of the even- «nd Loan Association, an Oreyl by of this
past year and see if wo can find
We don't want to be always find this the cruel oppression, that the ample to a fair demand and recipts
'■ 1,1 ’ "
; ing was spent either in playing games Corporation, as Plaintiff, recover!
anything we might have improved. ing fault, nor do we think Just now ideal should serve the actual, that were light. Trading was light.
? " M
Have we been as careful as we is the time to be spending extra mon- Pride, Thrift and Expediency, who
. recepì ion r Jessie
Morgan, the defendants,
Supplies cleaned up properly, is the advice of food au-
I week at I
room" or in danc,n* in the hal1 up- the
«1* hundred thirty-
should In our business affairs? Have
Jeered and chirped and were so fairly close.
Local demand light, thoritios to housewives , . who " ‘ "till : stajrg
y ae Eicher, head of the en- and 29—100 ($632.29) dollars, pll I taking lm
v o always done our best and lived It
and planning for It and be ready well pleased with themselves, and Supplies about nominal, especially serve . inexpensive, healthful nleals' tertainment committee, should be i interest at the rate of 10 %
as we should? Did we always treat
. annum from April 30th, 1931, in t
made merry with the dream, aH they large Toms, sent to freezer storage. Specific suggestions
when the proper time doeu come.
our fellow man as we like to be
; amount of Thirty-two and 65-1
There is no more dangerous curve termed it, of Philosophy and Ixive,—
No. 193 V
Nine of the present senior class and 35—100 ($74.35) dollars; wl
'In Oregon than the one near our behold, they are all flat, and here
But why enumerate? We know high school and we hope no one will 1« the Soul erect and unconquered
were in attendant •, the rest of those biterest on judgment at 10': , w t on W’ ednt
we haven't done all we might have
Buy rolled oats, corn meal, and present being made up of alumni.
Scant le Market
COSt8 and di8bursements taxed
be killed or injured there. We wish still."
Eighteen and 80-100 ($18.80) dtJ
The year just ending has no harm to the business places along
Receipts over the coarae graham In largo quantities. In
That is good preaching, and II
been a hard one for us ail. But
. ‘ shall
the present route but human life and I" J»»t as worthy of attention in week-end were light but as demand cloth sacks. Store In a dry place,
five ($75.00) dollars, as attorney
we not just square our shoulders f
I free from dust.
fees, which judgment was enroll] southern (
vustly more importance this year of 1931 as It was in tin- was also light, the market remained
and with full faith in the God of our
and docketed in the Clerk's office ■ in the sout
unchanged coffee, sugar, kippered salmon, salt
year of 1837.
than mere mone)-making.
said Court I d sai,| County OB i|
fathers, push on, doing the best we
Many a Medfordite who use
to I Grades below 92 score were more ed codfish and dried skiminilk iu
City and ot
NOTICE OF SHERIFF’S SALE
8th day of December, 1931.
can to be honest, law-abiding citi-
think in economic terms will from | plentiful with undertoue somewhat i bulk
By virtue of an execution on Fore
Notice is hereby given that, p| is scarce a
sens of this wonderful country of
now on be a little more inclined; unsettled.
92 score closed full
Suitable containers for bulk foods closure duly issued out of and under suant to the terms of the said ei
One of the most plausible sugges- to think in Emersonian terms.
are large, empty tin cans in which tlis seal of the Circuit Court of thejeution. I will on the 9th day of Ja
it rained t
Times may be hurd; prices of tions for administering artificial
"Yes, therc’H a terrible surplus of
EGGS: Large sizes were consider- shortening, peanut butter and can- State of Oregon, in and for the C oun-, uary, 1932, at 10 o’clock a. in.,
ty of Jackson, to me directed and the front door of the Courthouse
thlnRH we have to sell may be low; reHp|rut|on to American business is wheat In tills Country, but it could “ bly weaker today following accu- liies are shipped. These can some- dated on the 8th day of December, the City of Medford, In Jackson Cot
work may be hard to find; but that ,na,ie |,y l . R. Smith, a Milwaukee be worse. It could be spinach."
jmulations and desire of distributors times be obtained at stores points out 1931. in a certain action therein, ■
, ty. Oregon, offer for sale and w day with i
is no reason for complete discour- puginess man and Indorsed by a
lo maintain heavy movement into Miss Case. Coffe
large wherein Jackson County Building sell at public auction for cash to t
J. M. Johni
and Loan Association, an Oregon highest bidder, to satisfy said jut
consumer outlets. Large sizes were| ***® fruit
jars can uiso be used.
agement. We cun still be true to num|)er ,,f prominent figures iu hu.;l- \ I*OWTCARI> HISTORY OF
AMERICAN CIVILIZATION reduced 2 to 3 i with smaller de .
ourselves and keep trying.
|n the Middle West. In sub-
’ ’ ‘ y
8 a e’
judgment against Minnie M. 3illings, sale, subject to redemption as pi
registered on mediums and buying beet sugar or "manufactur- surviving wife of John Billings, d e- ; vided by law, all of the right, ti
We can see many signs of lm- stance, Mr. Smith's plan calls for A.P.30— The dawn of Christianity.' g clines
er's" sugar. Beet sugar costs less ceased; M. L. Euphrat and Grace and interest that the said defend.i S,
provement in the times. This new agreements, throughout industry and
1609— Pilgrims fought to found
than cane, yet has the same food EuPhrat. his wife; It. E. Hills, also Melvin Morgan and Jessie MorgaB
year should see credits loosening up among individuals, to purchase iu 1
•v n u t . t„r r known as R- E- Hillis and Myrtle S. had on the 12th day of July, 1 9 j| (riends and
value and uses
Ia»s Angeles .Market
and tho world's business growing, advance not less tliun 15 per cent
‘ " ls Hills, also known as Myrtle S. Hillis, or now have in and to the f o l l o w * ing Christir
1776— Washington endured Val
Market tone was weak sugar costs less
The lumber market ia picking up; 0f aunual needH of commodities, in
beet, but Rose Billings and John Doe, her described property, situated in t l ployed by t
and unsettled with ample supplies comes in coarser grains and dissolv- husband, the defendants, for the sum County of Jackson, State of O regoi j )p jJHS |)pp|
prices of many farm products are exress of current requirements, a
1863— Lincoln dared to cement available anti concessions might have 88 more slowly.
Nine Thousand, One Hundred and to-wit:
increasing. Tho world is on the look- difficult concert of action to secure !
for the pas
North and South
l !U '
out for wuys and means to bury
The program of advance buying
1918 We fought to make the
Buyers were conservative and pur- and ground for table use at the lo- August 14th, 1931 , in the amount of
"Old Man Depression "
number one (1) In Card well's I
w'ould have the double merit of
Ichased only when necessary. Con- ‘'al mill for a small charge. Spring Three Hundred Six and 30-100
Addition to the City of Jack-H elyn Scott i
So. as the boyR used to say In stimulating production in all lines, 1929-31
-We crawl under the ped (turner demand was reported as be- wheat is cleaner than winter w h e a t . ) dollars; plus Two Thou-|
sonvllle, Oregon, according toH
war-lime: "Let's G o!"
and by giving steady employment ( tncl. )
the recorded plat thereof, and I ford visit in¡
Twenty-seven and 77-100
and with ,...........
hence iu is mitha
dollars advanced by
running thence south parallel I
to additional workers would aug
players lost their shirtf holding off stocks tended to accumu- cereal. Cracked wheat Is an inex- Plaintiff
in tho payment of taxes, ln-
with the east line of the D. L. ■
ment their purchasing power iu turn
in Wall street.
TIIE OWKVOItEGON MILL.
pensive cereul provided it can be “urance premiums and necessary re-
C. No. 37 in Twp. 37 South of I been prolon
Applied on a broad scale, its xpon
— A. H. Eyles S. D.
Fresh egg market ruled cooked with fuel used for other pur-
V. e note front the Medford papers sors assert, the plan should be a
taxed at Forty-two
M., 178 feet; thence west at I the heavy i
j steady on large sizes and firm on poses at the same time. It requires ( $42.50) dollars, and the further sum
t. h rt c mmlttce of the chamber of powerful Instrument in the restoru
right angles 100 feet; thenceB the Klamat!
medium and smaller extras Supplies several hours cooking.
of One Thousand ( $1,000.00) dollars,
north parallel with the said D. ■ it has been
commerce has just had a conference tlon of employment and the return Year’s End and
of mediums and smalls were short
Whole gniin cereals contain more as attorney's fees, which judgment
L. C. line 178 feet; thence e a s t l turn to Lai
with Mr. James Owen, vice president of general confidence,
It’s Beginning of the demand and reports Indicated minerals, vitamins and rouehaae
at right angles 100 feet to theB
rouahairn wa* enrolled and docketed in the
and general manager of the Owen-
Tl) , h„
(hat the current
; Clerk's office of the said Court In
place of beginning.
there were none available from than others, explains
Miss case. Piii(j county on the 8th day of Decem-
Oregon Lumber company, concerning pre„ ll>n of huH,Iless
Dated this Sth day of Decembtfl
the re-opening of the mill.
appp, rt) BOUndly conceived
us .i division of inn,, tionld afttr «tk a Holidays and receipt Quires chewing but this is valuable
Notice is hereby given that pursn-
RALPH G. JENNINGS.■ geles is dan
Owen admitted at this conference „ owever. to the
Sheriff of Jackson County, Oregtfl
sharc in the blessings Invoke,I by cleared well.
Inquiry for storage to the teeth and digestive system of ant_
1 ? , *55®? of the^ said execu-
that the mill might be operated at
Hon. I will on the 9th day of Janu-
By Olga E. tnderson, Del m was going t
tiant trade Is the result of monetary Snncho l’an/.a upon the man who «Kgs was moderate.
the normal person.
this time at a small profit, but that ..................
Dec. 11. 18, 25, Jan. ■ south but ti
phenoment. advance buying might
the unfair discrimination nieroIy (tp,ay p„rmanPI1| Inpans of Invented sleep. With the latter corneal
surcease from the cares and worries k E
his company were stopped. , ublUllng prlce ,pve,
will go sou
and the vol of the day and a renewal of spirits
the mill would not start.
ume of trade.
for the struggles of the morrow. The |
We think Mr. Owen has a right
As a "shot in the arm" to stimu year's end Is also not only a sleep
to feel agrleved.
Ever since the
late business, Mr. Smith's plan holds and a forgetting of things fled beyond
OwenOregon company began opera- promU„ mu; h
as a temporary and I c, 'empt ion, but with its pax-vug
'•■'ti In this county there seenio to
of having tl
have been a concerted effort to milk I*“ ^ " ' il“ ,l,0n of curre"<'y » r ‘•>'"d‘ * h"«rs come the tunny-hue,I hopes that
holds promise. But it should not bt* keep ever fresh ami buoyant the
rash ÌH it
■ " >
the form of taxation or dlscrlmtna-
d *" ° r,>Wd ° Ut
,he pU‘ " m ' hnman * °ul a" d »>«1“ * radiant again
flu last we
tlon, and to look upon this company
n*Ce" " l,y ° f r" r,h“ r lm,uiry luto\ " * pa,hs
,hp “ »known future
work in M«
The old year falls from our hands
as Just a rich Sant. Claus f T Ï c d " ,
' aU^ S
‘ ° rrw
ployed in I
ford and Jackson county. This Is
not the way to encourage big busi which lie deeper than a mere stlm one by one, month by month, have
ulant can reach.
silently dropped away Into the void of
time, some laden with the fragrance
There Is no earthly reason that
local manufactured lumber should
Russia seems to be reaching out of pleasant memories, some with the
Andy Sien s
not be ustid in all local construction. for everything that
“ " d w,thered asp^ »*
tat Is close and dear | " “ " l*
sic last Mot
We eternally hear llie cry, "Buy >o us. Now the followers of Lenin misfortunes and griefs Ine-capable
IX N M ». Why are trying to usurp our candy bu- ¡and irreparable and some with dust
not? No better policy can be cod - ,I “ css In Ihe first six months of tho |of dreams shattered beyond recall,
reived than to spend our money to present year, according to the depart- t ,"1
',lr' h ' ’ f “ n° ' her New Y#ar
of Miss loia
'"Ipbu iM up our own state or oouu ment of Commerce, they shipped to
l° " " hal
*y or c**>r- The best way to encour- our shorea seven times as much us a fresh hud from its eternal ireo,
age local payrolls 1« t0 provide as candy as they did in the first six
age no eye cau penetrate, no conjec
large a local market as possible fo r \
, months of 193n.
- __ this
Iyer of L<
the product of the concern provld- year, was 1.757.404 pounds.
I.ast ture of wisdom fathom, le t within
Mr many I
Ing said payroll.
j year, the six months’ record was
If the people of this county want 24 6.496 pounds. The United States, and inspiring aromas of the hopes
that spring eternal in the human
Ihe largest single payroll In the we Imagine. L the greatest
county to continue to be distributed market In the world, ou r children breast, o f hidden joya that hold fresh
here they can very easily get their *r* almost raised on candy. Every 1 promises of full blossoming, of good
wish hy merely demanding that all •“ “ ly has a sweet tooth, young and deed* to be done for us and by us. of
lumber they use or buy shall bear "Id, men and women, well and sick the blessings of peace, good will and
Ihe Owen-Oregon label. They have " ® even tialn our babies to demand prosperity again made possible for its.
Ihe power. If they want to exercise >hat their medicine be sweetened and of the gardens of opportunity
ley ^ in t
| The menus o? our meals are always
seel' the s
The county assessor should see l o ’ burdened with sweet». Candy Is the
It that no nnfatr valuation*
be mat. one sure message.
"Say it with
■ A S N W .N N S N N V iW W N V W W A N N V .N N V .
of Owen-Oregon properties
We do randy" may not be a slogan of the fairs the Spring of Hope follows the
W V W .W . V * V W V .W .S Y .'.V .- .N V . V r t Y \ W W V ’. Y A Y l W l N W i W W
not bnlievn the company
has any Mmea. but It Is what is d.,ne. Just W Inter of Discontent
Idea of wanting to escape
fair tax ihe name
And now to think, that Year's day is the symbol of human
««•on. hat they do object to the prar- •* » e sre saying it with candy, the r» novation- spiritual as well as utili
tlee which has been followed In Ihe
language we are using is Hn tarian and of the clearing process of
past of raising the assessed vain*- six»! This must I n - stopped It Is the seal's past accumulations, making
tion of any timber land ns soon as It Intolerable to think that the delicate rradv for the building of Its "more
became Owen-Oregon property Such >**nrer of sweet messages
Finger W l
dtacrlm last ion I. Inexcusable.
come from th . land of the mu.co
' h* t»d nf Time in plac
~— - 1
mise, but esrh of ua mar do much to
Tax expert» are perplexed whether
further ita fragrance, to shape into
eand) la g food, a necessity or a lax-
That chauffeur who ta c r e d i t e d f r u i t i o n the enjoyment of the tin
PRICE, QUALITY, & CLASS
Father probably thinks it a with inventing a new and more| folding, month hy month, and day by
our b o ta ti
*» "com ity. Lit- powerful microscope mast have g o tjd«y. nf the [lower of ihe year whose
i le wo, Id itke lo have It con- hit laapiration looking for .i parking a ».op
d m "ih» lie before a«
l-S .C o o S .
.» U ,»
K .i t i , ,U , i u ,
A m e r ic a n
i T hey¡
Pre- Inventory Reduction
We are offering (his week a fine line of
a Happy r New Y