The American. (Central Point, Or.) 1928-1936, November 15, 1934, Page PAGE THREE, Image 3

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    THURSDAY, NOVEMBER î.y 1 & 8 4
The A M E R IC A N . C E N TR A I. PO IN T. OREGON
Economic
culture, has said that the AAA has
done about as much (or the farmer
as it can. and that further improve-
« J *
r t
!nenl
bis poeltlon will depend
f 1 1
A *
principally upon improved condi-
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tions
in n, the ----------
urban consuming
H appeniujts That
Affect
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the
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Dinner
m iic r g,OM
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Dividend
Checks
and
Ta»
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.
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r
Tu8»ell
and
Chester i/a-
Da-
Tails.
o V \1 i o'
to
ems
; />y A D A .R r
OREGON
n- apparenUy ig tt,rough wlth plg y y .
s p a r a b le from L oca l Welfare..
DAIRY COUNCIL
,ng gQd cotton plou ghln g under
CHEESE IS MURK THAN A
iuto
Recently a group of esven sober
The main reasons for a change
A FUA VOR I M l
and
laced men sat down at a table in the now of AAA polcleg u due t0 , he
ture
mre
‘ " e fn<m
The that
fla' of
" r any
of other food Vnd
is d,iteren'
.UtU town of Kilgore. Texas. Three {act that agrlcuUuraI economic con-
the Th"
ton" from that of any other food and the The
con" flavor of one kind of cheese is dif-
deV" B T “dbtFThree hbelonged*to the diUon! ^ ” 1
' h i «... ¡ 1>V° r °* ° m' ki" d ° f chc“ *
d j ‘ done
s s
00 as Attorney’s fees, which judg­
road shall be established near
ment was enrolled and docketed in
by.
the Clerk's office of said Court In
Together with ail water rights
said County on the 2nd day of Nov­
appurtenant thereto or to be­
ember, 1934.
come appurtenant thereto.
NOTICE is hereby given that, pur­
Dated at Medford, Oregon this
M A Y N E
suant to the terms of the said exe­ Sth day of November, 1934.
cution. I will on the 15th day of
WALTER J. OLMSCHEID
December, 1934, at 10:00 A. M., at Sheriff of Jackson County, Oregon
the front door of the Courthouse
By: Howard Gault, Deputy
In the City of Medford, in Jackson ___________ Nov . 15, 22. 29. Dec 6
County,
Oregon,
offer
for
sale
and
a well-buttered pan or casserole
pour the milk and cheese mix­ will sell at public auction for cash
to the highest subject
bidder, to to redemption
satisfy said
W E SELL FOR LESS
over it.
it. Bake
about 50
50
mlm Judgment,
over
Bake about
mtu-1
Judgment, together
together with
with the costs
eosD
utes
in
a
slow
oven
(325
degrees)
of
,Y T
° Ve"
« Provided by Uw. all of the right.
Potato«'»
loaf is firm enough when well lille and interest th*» th« •»«*
*--,J ** ^
Onions
to hold ,U shape when tur»*<« j fendant^ He^nTHertage^^nd^Ruth
Hi -W
ay / to H ealth
.. .
v*8*
AAA tfce
Administrator,
have
Nation-
Uy gaiJ
^
The receu-
^
»UU Of E v e r, tadltr « W
al aJid Internal ona
ts
11.
z ~ 2= r.;^: out - *
r j-arc
~ r ¡r Tt g™ ^ r™'
esr
regulates the state s vast
oil Indus- ted the poss.bilitle* of its
PAOB TH KE*
past pro- tha, the pleaglng flavor
of foodg ha8
......
Squash
Cartwright
Hertager, husband and wife, N. M.
Horsman and Helen A. Horsman
Apples
FRUIT A PRODUCE
husband and wife; H. L. Fowler and
Oranges
John D. Winslow, and also all other
persons or parties unknown claim­
lemon»
ing any right, title, estate, lien or,
interest in or to the real estate de­
133 North Pacific Hy.
etc.
scribed herein, had on the 4th day
“ Nat” Bldg., Medford
of May, 1927, or now have In and
to the following described property,
situated in the County of Jackson.
State of Oregon, to-wit:
Beginning at a point in the
Center of the County Road said
Dr. I. H. Gove
point being 8.85 chains east and
4.76 chains south of the North­
DKNTWTRY
west corner of L. C. No. 49 In
Township S8 South of Range 2
Medford. Oregon
West of the W. M., and running
thence east 6.98 chains; thence
South 2.70 chains; thence West
7.85 chains: thence North 18
deg. east 2.825 chains along the
Safe Insurance at a Saving
center of the County road to the
Oregon Mutual Fire
place of beginning, except one
acre on the east side of Bald
Insurance Co.
tract heretofore conveyed to R.
(Incorporated)
tR. Guches by Deed recorded
LELAN'D CLARK, Agent
page 393, Volume 100 Deed Re­
10 North Bartlett St.
cords of Jackson County, Ore­
Mix!ford. Ore.
Rhone 1400
gon and reserving a right of
way over the north 20 feet of
the premises hereby conveyed
until such time as a County
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L E G A L N O T IC E
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n u u
»* U X IX
tnr. The seven men came together be- *ram’
mU8t choose a new tack a favoPable effect upon digestion
for the and
future.
NOTICE OF SHERIFF’S SALK
cause one of the country’s most dif
And since there is no reason to be-
By Virtue of an execution In fore-
ficult Industrial problems had reach- -p
•
lieve that there is anv marked dif- *jlosure duly issH®d ° “ t of and un-
point. The problem was * U r k e y E g g Costs
ed a crucial point
i di* * r " i,y ° r V-iriOUJ K
Oreghoen,Ci.n aidC?orrtth0I
that of “ hot o il"— and it wag boil
kinds of cheese, a favorite flavor may County of Jackson, to me directed
Found Important
ing more merrily than at any time in
well be the guide 1n the choice of a and dated on the Sth day o f Novem-
jb®r. (9^4. in a certain action there-
the past.
To Ore. Producers ch ------
e a ese
. .
,
,
Iin- w herein Jackson County Building
The “ hot oil” problem is, basical­
But cheese is more than a flavor-, and Loan Association, an Oregon
Around Thanksgiving time the *n8- K is a concentrated food for Ibuilding und Loan Corporation, as
ly. of Dame Nature’s creation. West
To use Plaintiff, recovered judgment against
Texas possesses some of the greatest mind of the average citizen turns to muscle and bone building.
oil fields in the world. There seems thoughts of turkey and cranberry 'heese *8 one way to use more milk hulSand'TnTw U e'“
HoV.mtn
t<> be an inexhaustible supply of the sauce, but turkey growers are more Ai* che®8® is made from milk; cow’s and Heien A Horsman, husband and
stuff that greases and propels the likely to be thinking of how next milk only is used for making cheese wife, H. L. Fowler aud John D. Win-
machinery of the
country.
That year’s turkeys may be produced ' ,l th,s country, and for making byi?*ow; also al* other persons or par-
unknown claiming any right,
looks like a very happy situation— more economically, and therefore at far th® mn8t >'heese throughout the
'tine, estate, lien or interest In or
but there's a big fly in the ointment. a greater profit. And whether the world-
to the real estate described herein,
If Texas and other states were per­ egg or turkey
first, economy
Because v-uerne
cheese 1 is
concentrated
. comes
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» a concern
raiea , H*® Defendants, for the sum of $1,-
begins with form of milk, adults may use part 000.U0, plus interest from the 28th
mitted to produce all the oil they in |turkey production
of hatching of their daily quart of milk In the dav of February, 1933 to the 16th
can. the national market would be economical production
day of February, 1934, at the rate
form of cheese. One quart of fluid o? 10% per annum being the sum
glutted and surfeited with petroleum ®K6S-
The cost of producing turkey whole milk makes five ounces ol of $95.84, pus interest on $508.96
in no time — and the price would
hatching eggs on Oregon poultry American Cheddar cheese. Thus one front the 16th day of February, 1934
drop to the vanishing point.
cents to 30 cup °f n'Bk Is the equivalent In food to the 2nd day of November, 1934
States, the Federal government farms varies from 10
at the rate of 10% per annum be­
and responsible oil men, unwilling cents per egg, with 13.6 cents as value of 1 V4 ounces or two small ing the sum of $35.56, less the sum
the
average,
a
report
of
a
survey
of
c"bes
of
cheese.
to see a necessary industry kept in
of $41 4 00 paid on stock, less the
P E R L ’ S
Vigorous, healthy people such ar
1'/ V '
dlv,dends on
continuous upheaval,
have been 45 representative flocks by members
Funeral
Home
. ..
,
.
. i t -
¡said stock,
$36.25
__ pus
>w 1 tor
ui insurance
•- - T«»•
wrestling with the problem for years of the farm management department the Swiss, the Dutch and the Scan-1-----
premium paid by Plaintiff, plus $5.-
S
T
A
N
D
A
R
D
Established
In
your
community
Crux of their efforts came in pro­ at Oregon State college shows. The dinavians eat from two to four 00 for continuation of abstract of
35 years
R O O FIN G CO.
ration laws, under which the out­ average flock consisted of 144 hens times as much cheese per capita as title, plus Interest on said Judgment
Phone 47
438 W. 0th St.
we do. Through generations these at the rate of 10% per annum from
Medford, Oregon
put of every oil field is strictly regu» and 15 toms.
the date of the decree herein, with
lated. Each well is given a quota,
Builders of Watertight Roofs
While only 40 per cent of the rac®8 l>av® found cheese to be nu-. costs
costs and
and disbursements
disbursements taxed
taxed Ri
at
a n rt and * the
$49.05
further sunt of $115.-
which it isn’t supposed to exceed. farms surveyed had costs of less tritious, satisfying and dependable ih
1
■■
Thus supply and demand are adjust­ tlian 15 cents per hatching egg, (°°d-
ESTIMATES and INSPECTION
these farms produced 55 percent of
Cheese is one of the few foods
ed
WITHOUT CHARGE
GREEN LAN TER N
So far so good — the pro-ration the eggs, the report says. For 16 which is equally delicious when eat-
Bowman’s Barber
CAFE
which less than 25 hatch- eu Just as it is purchased in markets
scheme is simple, workable and ef­ farms on
Phone 805-J
OYSTERS— ANY STYLE
Shop
10th A Fir
Medford
ficient— if everybody abides by it ing eggs per hen were produced, the or when cooked in various ways,
\\. »lain St.
Medford
AND BEAUTY SHOP
Opposite Safeway Store
But everybody doesn't. And during average cost was 18.2 cetns, and on Cheese must be cooked at a low tem-
Plionc A7
IS S. Central, Med.
the last few months an increasing 12 farms with a productio nof 40 or perature if it is to keep its smooth
ANNOUNCE THEIR NEW
W W W V W 9W V W W V W W W W
number of operators have through more eggs per hen the cost was only texture.
Electric Sanitary
n cheese is to be served as the
subterfuge been evading oil regu­ 11.2 cents. Average production per
TR O W B R ID G E
Manicure Machines
lations.
These are the operators hen for the 45 flocks was 33 hatch- dessert, the remainder of the meal
E X P E R T
The Boyili-ll machines give a
Ing
eggs
and
4
cull
eggs
per
hen,
must
be
lighter.
Because
cheese
is
WATCH
and JEWELRY
who produce “ hot oil” — oil in exces-'
Cabinet Works
beautiful manicure.
Nails arc
of the legal quota, which is sneaked not Including broWen eggs, which concentrated it is delidious served Miu|s-d rapidly anil buffi'll to n
Repairing
Everything In Cabinet Work
out of the state, sold at low price., were estimated at 2.5 per cent of the With crisp, juicy vegetables and! |>erfi'rt polish. Surplus cuticle Is
At Depri'sslon Prices
total
production.
fruits.
entirely
removed.
Try
this
pleas­
15 So. Central Ave.
Medford
to anybody that wants It.
Established In 10OH
Feed amounted to 38 per cent of, A rheeg(l digh
thp modern model ant, comfortable manicure.
r
Í
Upshot of these ooperations was
C. Earl Bradfish
vvwwwv.ww.wwww
__
one o f the grandest gasoline price the total cost, labor to 20 per cent, ¡g.
depreciation
of
the
breeding
flock!
.
wars ever staged. Hardly a motor­
Macaroni Mickey Mousse
ist, east of the Rocky Mountains was to 30 per cent, and other items to
1 cup Macaroni
12
per
cent.
Cash
expense
items
,
paying the ordinary price for gas.
. A
. . to-1 I l'b
1<4 cups milk
accounted
for
43
per
cent
of
the
Service stations were dispensing it
1 cup bread crumbs (soft)
at prices ranging down to one cent tal cost and non-cash items for 57
^4 cup melted butter,
per cent.
a gallon, plus tax. And the oil in­
ltbsp.
chopped onion
Average feed and labor require­
dustry, which has plenty of troubles
1 % cups grated cheese
ments for the flocks, including the
on its hands at all times, could look
3 eggs
toms, amounted to 56.5 pounds of
forward to nothing save chaos— and
1 tsp. salt.
mash, 52.2 pounds of grain, and 4.1
more chaos. Charges flew thick and
Break
macaroni In two-inch bit.-
hnurs of labor per hen. The aver-
fast— small operators blamed big op
....
. . . . and boil in one quart of salted water
ige capital Investment In the breed-
,
erators for the war. and vice versa.
.1 .
. ,
, . , .... _
. until tender. Drain, cover with cold 1
ing flock and for land, buildings and
A A
„ ,
But dispassionate observers place
,
„, ,
. ... . . water and drain again. Scald tht
equipment used for it was calculated
the fault on neither— It's simply an
....
,
milk and pour it over the bread1
at $4.1» per hen.
j
. ' . . . .
.
.
example of the ancient truism that
(crumbs,
add b,,tter'
butter, onion,
onion, grated
grated
All costs per hen were naturally I ll<
r,lm*>s’ add
when an industry produces more of found to be lower for the l a r g e t llee8P and 8a,t’ Tb®n ®dd the beat-
1 .
a product than people can use. prices
;en eggs.
Now turn the macaroni
flocks.
are going to the basement.
A detailed report of this survey,
The group which met in Kilgore
which was carried on for the year
talked — then acted. The state's
BERT PECK
ending June 1, 193 4. hy A. S. Bur-
share of the work will lie in deter­
rier, F. L. Knowlton. and H. E. Sel­
Automobile Repair
mining what oil Is legal what isn’t.
by, has now beea [iibllshed as Ore-j
Then the Federal government will
And Service
gon Experiment Station bulletin 333
step in, using its constitution power
FABER BUILDING
entitled, “ Cost of Producing Turkey
over all interstate commerce. Fed­
Hatching Eggs in Oregon.”
eral agents will stop "hot oil” at th"
border, refuse to let it be shipped in­
to other territories.
O. S. BLACKFORD
Brill Metal Works
It is said that the "hot oil" men
DAIRYMAN
GENERAL
SHEET
METAL
are really worried now — i( this
Fresh Milk and Cream
FURNACES A HEATING
state-federal effort succeeds, it is ob­
Delivered Daily
100 E. Sth. St.
Medford
vious that a very profitable racket
Phone 4 IS
Phone 14x1
Central Point
We Have a Stock of Beautiful Cards—2 1 in a Box with
will be nipped in the bud. While
at this writing, the gasoline war is
still raging. It looks as if it won'i
Envelopes to Match for only
be long before all is again quiet on
the petroleum front.
Let Us Furnish Y o u r
CHRISTMAS
CARDS
Just about everybody who is able I
to read knows something of the
drastic changes In NRA set-up and
policy that have been taking place
¡•I
for some months.
Price-fixing
been dropped in many codes; busi-
ness is being given more power over B
Its own affairs; the era of the lron-i|
handed industrial dictatorship is ap-|fl
Parently coming to an end.
;
Not no well known are changes
that have taken place, or that W*B
take place, in the second most im­
portant of the Administration's bu­
reaus— the Agricultural Adjustment
Administration, generally spoken of
»« the AAA.
Main activity of the AAA was Its
commodity and livestock reduction
Program.
it caused the wholesale,
killing o
of i p
pigs
and
the
ploughing
ie* »n
o rn
e p
iougnmg un-j
un j
der of thousands of acre* of cotton. ¡B
•n an attempt to cure overproduct- 1
*—
* opponents
- were bitter li-1 ™
ion.. •
Its
criticism of this— and its defenders
equally impassioned on the other
side
But whether these measures
^*re sound or ill-advised, the future
course of the bureau will take very
different lines.
Henry Wallace, Secretary of Agri-
IC E C R E A M
8 1 . 0 0 perbox
If you desire, we will furnish these assorted cards with
/ a
The
P e r fe c t
your name printed on for
7 5 perbox.
D essert
For your Thanksgiving table order Plenty
Ice Cream, either in B R IC K S, B L L K or
See Them At
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S P E C IA L MOLDS.
S N I D E R ’S
THE AMERICAN
•If It's Sn l'lrr'«. It's the Ik-4 to Buy"
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