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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER «R»
TU« AMERICAN, CENTRAL POINT. OREGON
NOTICE is hereby given that, pur
lug ,o make the individual farm r a have, why such relief should not be
suant to the terms of the said exe
ward of the slate.
Dated and first
published this cution. 1 will on the lath day of
The other attempts to help th« 22nd day ot November. A. D. 1934. December, 1934. at 10:00 A. M., at
farmer help himself to get move
J. O. ISAACSON.
the front door of the Courthouse
Re-established. September 13, 1928.
Executor of the Estate of William it. the City of Medford, in Jackson
ments started whereby hi* own «blM-
Devoted to the beet Interest* of tle*. efforts and agresslveness ?
A. Cowley, Deceased.
County, Oregon, offer for sale and
Central Point and vicinity.
will sell at public auction for cash
pull him out of bis difficulties.
NOTICE OK SHEKlf t * SAI.E
to the highest bidder, to satisfy said
Entered as second class matter at
BY VIRTUE of an execution in judgment, together with the costs
The second kind of farm rellel
tb< nut office. Central Point, Ore
has been much the more successful. foreclosure duly issued out of and if this sale, subject to redemption
gon. under the Act of March 8, 1879.
the seal of the Circuit Court
¿ ¡ £ | £ d by Uw? a ll'o f Ue“ iight“
sAnd the reason is that it rests up under
l i u
V i l u f o
f I r u u n n
. . • » .1
of * t the
for ti.,P an,, ,ntPrP„t tha tho said ° Dp.
on a sound basis— upon the fart tha the County of Jackson, to me direct- f..ndants, Heine Hertager and Ruth
One Year ............................... $1.00 m ’If-reliance is the greatest essential ed and dated on the 21st day ot Hertager. husband and wife, N. M.
it would he possible, November, 193 4, in a certain action Horsman and Helen A. Horsman
Sli Months ............................. $ -75 of progress
L Fowler aud
carrying the first kind of farm re m T ? « '*'here,n ,J \ ?■ Uaac8° n, as hu8band and wlfe;
Payable In advance.
lief to the extreme, for government Plaintiff, recovered judgment against John D winalow. and also all other
Advertising rates on application
T“ y ? r “ "l1 *•".**■ Taylor, wife perii0nf 0r parties unknown claim-
bureaus to take over the operation and husband. Columbia River Paper in(J anv right, tltlei P8tate, lien or
Office— Second Street, off Main.
of every farm in the land, making Mills, a Washington corporation, W. interest in or to the real estate de
ARTHUR EDWARD POWELL
Non-rasa and Don R. Newbury, icr;h„d herein, had on the 4th day
the original owners hired hands at ll
Editor and Proprietor
The farmer thei (he defendants, for the sum o f Four of MaVi 1927. or now havp ln a,,d
Thousand and no-100 ($4000.00) tc, tbe following described property.
would not have to worry about taxes Hollars, with interest thereon at the l i t u t R in the County of Jackson.
and poor prices and chaotic markets rate of . r per annum from July i -
• Or, con. to-wit:
B eg in n in g at a point in the
uny longer— but he would have ceas 1982. with costs and disbursement^
taxed at Twenty-one and 30-100
Center of the County Road said
ed to exist as a free agent.
($21.30) Dollars, and the further
point being 8.85 chains east and
For many years under various gov sum of Three Hundred and no-100
4.76 chains south of the North
ernment measure* excellent work ($300.00) Dollars, as attorney’s fees,
has (been done in forwarding the which judgment was enrolled and
development and growth of farmer- docketed in the Clerk's office of said
the bouse that beauty hu'lt
owned and controlled cooperative Court In said County on the 19th day
of November. 19 34.
organizations— a work that has pro
NOTICE is hereby given that, pur
duced more genuinely worth while suant to the terms of the said exe
results than all the other farm re cution. I will on the 29th day of
lief schemes ever tried. Th farmer December, 1934. at 10:00 o'clock a.
m.. at the front door of the Court
FLY CARS— NOT TICKETS
who joins a co-op feels, and rightly house in the City of Medford, in
'With much fixing of automobiles
Jackson County, Oregon, offer fot
and no fixing of tickets, there should t()Ward |hPir own salvation, and that sale and will sell at public auction
be a material reduction In Chicago's |h<> future
up to them
That is (or cash to the highest bidder, to
motor vehicle death rate." said May- (hp 8plr,t the country needs in ev satisfy said judgment, together with
•he costs of this sale, subject to re-
or Kelly In opening a new ‘ safety ^
bran(.h of humaI1 Pndeavor.
lemption as provided by law. all of
lane" in which automobiles are giv-
'he right, title and interest that the
en tests to determine mechanical
Grasshoppers Numbers Decreased
taid defendants, Areliss Taylor, and
KLAMATH FALLS — Indications C. H. Taylor, wife and husband,
If you want a becoming new
Chicago's experience with the Ian.- are that the grasshoppers which Columbia River Paper Mills, a Wash
ington corporation, W. H. Norcrosa
bears that out.
During the first have Infested parts of Klamath coun and Don R. Newbury, had on the 3rd
week of Its operation, 73 per cent of ty in such numbers in the past few day of January, 1922, or now have
Before Thanksgiving make an
all cars passing through it failed to year* will be less of a problem next in and to the following described
appointment now at Murray's
earn the safety "O. K ." The bulk year, as fewer eggs have been de- ■iroperty, situated in the County of
of them had defective brake», many posited than for many .wars, a
Beginning a I the Northwest
ami nails are an index to jour
had wheels out of alignment, while cording to ( ounty Agent C. A. Hen
corner of Donation Land Claim
character . . .
lack of proper lights, mirrors, wind- derson. Mr. Henderson believes how-
No. 45 in Township 37 South
of Range 2 West of the Willa
shield swipes and horns caused the ever, that unless control work is con
mette Meridian, and running
tinued the Klamath district will
failure of the rest.
thence South on the West boun
again face a serious infestation in
dary line of said Claim 26.97
It was then complained that the
about three years.
41 S. Central, Phone 36:t
chains to the North line of the
tests were too stringent, and that
County Road: thence East along
only cars ln first-class condition were
the north line of said road 80
nbe to pass. The tests were then
L E G A L N O TICE
rods and 12.25 feet; thence
modified to give automobiles in only
North 26.97 chains to the North
line of said Donation Land
fair shape a chance.
P E R L ’ S
Claim; thence West on the said
this was done, 40 per cent of the IN THE ('OUNTY COURT OF THE
North line 80 rods and 12.25
STATE OF OREGON FOR THE
cars going through the tests failed
feet to the place of beginning.
to meet specifications.
It is pro
Dated this 22nd dav of November,
In the Matter of the Estate of 1934.
bable that the percentage of Chicago
428 W. Oth St.
William A. Cowley, deceased:
WALTER J. OLMSCHEID
carB which are unsafe mechanically
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Sheriff of Jackson County, Oregon
is higher than this, inasmuch as the the undersigned
Executor of th«
By Howard Gault,
owner of a machine whose condition above estate has filed with the above
is obviously bad would not subject entitled Court his Final Report us Nov. 22-29, Dec. 6-13-20
such Executor, and the Court has
his car to the tests.
I set January 4th, A. D. 1935, at 10
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
G REEN L A N T E R N
Portland, Oregon, has recently | o’clock A. M., as the time, and the
By Virtue of an execution ln for»'
carried on similar examinations, un- courtroom of said Court in the closure duly Issued out or and un
der direction of the state police. The * ourthouse in Medford, Oregon, as der the seal of the Circuit Court of
OVSTERS— ANY STYLE
the place for hearing objections, if
M. Main St.
experience has been about like that any there be, why said Report should the State of Oregon, in and for the
County of Jackson, to me directed
Opposite Safeway Store
of Chicago, around half of the cars not be approved, said Executor and and dated on the 8th day of Novem
examined proving to be unsafe in his Bondsmen discharged, and said ber, 1934, in a certain action there
Estate closed. All persons are here in, wherein Jackson County Building
one or more fundamentals.
The unsafe automobile is almost by notified to appear at said time and and Loan Association, an Oregon
J A C K ’S
piace and show cause, if any they building and Loan Corporation, as
as great a hazard to the public as
Plaintiff, recovered judgment uguinst
the reckless driver. Every city in-,
2nd H A N D STO R E
Heine Hertager and Ruth Hertager,
husband and wife, N. M. Horsmin
terested In reducing the horrible toll
and Helen A. Horsman, husband and
Try an A d in
of street and highway fatalities i
If I told you I was honest, you
should carry on automobile Inspec-1
slow; also all other persons or par would think it was a joke.
tlons—-and then see to it that de
ties unknown claiming any right,
Tills is just like any other Sec
fects are corrected. In these day*
title, t>state, lien or interest in or
to the real estate described herein, ond Hand Store— pay as little as
of high Hpeeds and super-highways,
the Defendants, for the sum of $1,- p o s s ib le — anil sell for all I ran
there is no room for the car with
000.00, plus interest from the 28th
brakes that won't hold, lights that
dav of February, 1933 to the 16th
won't illuminate, and horns that
day of February, 1934, at the rate
of 10% per annum being the sum
of $95.84, pus interest on $508.96
from the 16th day o f February, 193 1
TWO KINDS OF FARM RELIEF
to the 2nd day of November, 1931
at the rate of 10% per annum be
Real Estate— All Kinds o f
measures, regardless of politics ot
ing the sum of $35.56, less the sum
of $414.00 paid on stock, less the
backing, must fall within two dis- j
125 Mesi Mail! St., Medford
said stock, pus $36.25 for insurance
One attempts to solve the farm
“ Fai llis For Sal«»" ,
premium paid by Plaintiff, plus $5.-
er’s problems by legislative edict— I
00 for continuation of abstract of '
title, plus Interest on said Judgment
by giving the conduct of his affairs j
at the rate of lo % per annum from
into bureaucratic hands, and trend
the date of the decree herein, with
costs and disbursements taxed at
$49.05 and the further sum of $115.-
00 as Attorney's fees, which judg
Medford'* Newest >|x<iali, shop
Suggests that you get one o f her ment was enrolled and docketed in
1015 N. Central, Medford
tlie Clerk's offiee of said Court ln
For Storage or Moving of
said County on the 2nd day of Nov
Permanent W aves
U R R A Y ’S
p .... píete .»i
... S I .» 5
/ M A ISO N JEANNE
In SlUNNer'.* across from
First National llank
SAME Ol'Eli lTOR FORMERLY
WITH ALAINE’S REALTY SHOP
Lingerie» Hosiery— ('osmetic*
Holly Theatr,- llldg.
I j OW k * ^1.50 |Vr
21 » Metlrot-il llldg
Brill Metal Works
(Successor to Dr. .1. J. Emmens)
204 Medford Rldg.
I radice limited to eye, P«r. nose,
and throat and fitting of glassi'*
G U N S M IT H
For the best Gun Repair work « '
Honest Prices e«»P
EARL A. SIMS
M edford C ycle &
R O OFIN G CO.
715 W. Main St.
Builders of Watertight Hoofs
ESTIMATES and INSPECTION
10th & H r
Still in the
Same old Place
Safe Insurance at a Saving
Oregon Mulual Fire
M A T T R E S S SH O P
( Incorporateli )
LELAND CLARK, Agent
I » North Bartlett St.
114 N. Front St.
Palace Beauty Shop
FACIALS and HOT OIL TREATMENTS
before the holhlays.
PHONE EARLY FOR VOI R AIMNHNTMENT
22» West Oth
This Classified Directory W ill be found useful
When in Medford
Fine Portraits a 8p«'cialt>
Dr. Jud Rickert
Good Glasses, if you n«»ed them,
otherwise good advice.
222 E. Main, Medford
Dreaamaklng and Remodeling
MRS. MYRTLE ANDREW
494 Medford RniMInt
Dr. B. C. Wilson
Physician and Surgeon
I). STANLEY B o g g s
Jackson Co. Hank Building
F. J. Huber
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TR Y THE TRAIN
west corner of L. C. No. 4 9 in
Township 38 South of Range 2
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
center of the County road to the
place of beginning, except one
acre on the east side of said
tract heretofore conveyed to R.
R. Caches by Deed recorded
page 393, Volume 100 Deed Re
cords of Jackson County. Ore
gon and reserving a right of
way over the north 20 feet of
the premises hereby conveyed
until such time as a County
road shall be established near
Together with all water rights
appurtenant thereto or to be
come appurtenant thereto.
Dated at Medford, Oregon this
Sth day of November, 1934.
WALTER J. OLMSCHEID
Sheriff of Jackson County, Oregon
By: Howard Gault, Deputy;
Nov., 15, 22, 29, Dec. 6
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