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About The American. (Central Point, Or.) 1928-1936 | View Entire Issue (July 9, 1936)
TH ITW D A T. JULY », 193<J
The JLHKBKX1. CCXTli.lL POINT. OREGON
‘ Register Democratic— or Else'
fU-MtablUhad. S#pt earner II, t i l l .
Devoted to the haat latereet* of
'antra! Point and vicinity.
Entered aa aecoad class matter at
•hr •'«at office, Central Paint, Ore-
ton. under the Act of March 8, 1879.
r h lia d e lp h ia ., F a .. -March 2 \
Jear Comn.'.tcc ...:
Contact a l l houses in j o u r d i v is io n a: .
Itna Year .................... - ......11-10
get? the names o f a l l men on r e l i e f , a l s o a l l those
Payable in advance.
¿drerttsing ratea on application.
Office— Second Street, off Main
h o ld in g w .p .A . Jobs
Urge them to regi ster
Democrat on March 2
o r e l s e lo s e p o s i t i o n .
ARTHUR EDWARD POWELL
Editor and Proprietor
S l r .i r 'e l v vaurs
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heretofore and now existing between made Homestead entry, Serial. No.
plaintiff and defendant and that the 019431, for NW>4 NWVt. Section
plaintiff herein be decreed to be the 33. Township 35 S., Range 1 E ,
sole owner of the following describ Willamette Meridian, haa filed no
ed real property situated in Douglas tice of intention to make final three
year Proof, to eatabllah claim to the
County, State of Oregon, to-wit:
land above described, before O. R.
That certain forty acre tract of
Carter. Clerk of County Court, at
land situated in the west half of
Medford, Oregon, on the 5th day of
Section 22, Township 27. south.
Range 1 west of the Willamette
Claimant names as witnesses:
Meridian, lees one acre used for
Joe Worthington, of Rt. 3. Box 57
school purposes, as described in
Eagle Point. Ore.; E. E. Eerg. of Rt.
Certificate of Title No. 5305,
3, Box 57, Eagle Point. Ore.; R. R.
which is entered of record in
Bilterling, of Eagle Point, Ore ;
Volume 8 at page 487, Trans
John A Mayham, of Eagle Point,
fer of Title register for Douglas
This summons is served upon you
by publication under and pursuant
to an order of the Honorable H. D. 24— June 25, July 2, 9. 16, 23
Norton, Judge of said court made
and entered on June 19th, 1936.
The date of the first publication
NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION
cf this summons is June 25. 1936.
NOTICE is hereby given that Jesse
F. J. NEWMAN
F. Myers, of General Delivery. Med
Attorney for plaintiff. ford, Oregon, who, on August 29th,
Palm Building 1931, made Homestead entry, Serial
Medford Oregon No. 019785, for Lot 9. Section 15,
52— June 25. July 2, 9, 16, 23.
Here la undeniable evidence of the methods which the New Deal is
THE 8LTKKMB COURT
using to coerce relief I enta and WPA workers. Reproduced from the
The people who first settled in
Philadelphia Inquirer of March 28. 1936, is this facsimile of a letter pur
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
New and Used
this country were fleeing from the
portedly signed by Charles McDonald, Democratic leader of the 14th
NOTICE is hereby given that Jo- i
rule of European kings. They had
seph C. Mayham, of Eagle Point, !
v ard, Philadelphia, instructing dive on committeemen to via t all relief
enough of central governments who
Oregon, who. on April 30th, 1931.
recipients and WPA v.hrldera nnd threaten them with dismissal If they
Ranges— $9.00 and up and Sim
controlled their every act, ordered
don’t regist*r Democratic.
mon beds and springs. New and
their life, Interfered with their free
Used Davenports and Chairs. Stu
dom to worship, and exacted taxes in
This SUMMONS is served upon,
DROP IN AND GET OUR PRICE3
When the great patriots and scho
! you by publication pursuant to order I
of Judge H D. Norton, made June
Holbrook & Andrews
lars who wrote the Constitution be
29th, 1936. Date of first pubiicatlou j
In old Fire Hall Bldg, on 6th St.
gan work they were determined on
July 2nd. 1936.
4IO Medford Bid«.
one thing: before everything els-i
M. O. WILKINS.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
We Buy, Sell & Trade
they would write into It such safe
Attorney for Plaintiff |
THE STATE OF OREGON,
guards which would prevent a cen
208 West Maint St.
tralized tyranny under a king or any
Iva Abercrombie, Plaintiff vs Wal 32. July 2. 9, 16. 23
other name gaining control in Ame
ter Abercrombie, also, known as Wil
rica. At no time could the power of
lie Abercrombie, Defendant.
the states be over-ridden and one
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
To Walter Abercrombie, also STATE OF OREGON FOR JACK-
great government order the lives of
Bure ice through and through,
known as Willie Abercrombie, the SON COUNTY
frozen artificially from pure wa
RICHARD KLEALM, Plaintiff,
above named Defendant:
Thus the new government was
ter, free from chemical odors and
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
divided Into three parts— the Con
ANABEL L. KLK.MM, Defendant.
! OF OREGON: you are hereby re-
dependable for cold and food pro
TO ANABEL L. KLEMA1, the above
gress, the Presidnt, and the Courts
| qulred to appear and answer the named defendant:
— with each actlug as a brake upon
tection. Guarantee the health of
complaint filed against you in the
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
and family by keeping
above entitled Court within four
The Supreme Court safeguards!
your Ice box filled with pure Ice.
I week« from
the date of
the quired to appear and answer the
the individual from tyranny; It pre-
complaint filed against you in the
1 first publication of this Summons above entitled court and cause on or
esrves his rights. If there were no
, upon you, and if you fail so to appear before four weeks from the date of
Supreme Court, there would be no
Ice delivered daily
j and answer said complaint, the plaln- the first publication of this sum
machinery for protecting the indivi
| tiff will apply to the Court for the mons, and if you fail to appear and
dual In this country from the ten
answer said complaint, for want
dency of government to be op I relief prayed for in her said com- thereof the plaintiff will apply to
I plaint, namely: For an absolute di the above entitled court for the re
M EDFO RD ICE & S T O R A G E CO.
lief demanded In said complaint,
vorce from the defendant herein.
The function of the Court is not
This Summons is served upon you succinctly stated as follows:
South Fir Street
to bend the popular will, but to sec
For a decree annulling and set
order of the Hon. Earl B. Day, ting
that the rules of the game, as laid
aside the bonds of matrimony
judge of the County Court of Jack-
down In the Constitution, are fol
son County, Oregon, made and enter
When the Constitution is
deserted, th rights of the Individual ed July 1st, 1936.
Date of the First publication being
disappear. The Supreme Court ex
July 9. 1936.
ists so that that does not happen.
W. G. Trill
Politicians are often vexed at the
Attorney for Plaintiff
limitations of the Supreme Court.
Post Office Address-
Men who are impatient to carry
Suite 12 Palm Uldg.
through quickly some vast change
attack the Supreme Court. Careless
officials who rater to organized mi
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
norities. attack the Supreme Court.
Ye», It’» a fact—
Notice Is hereby given that
Hut in our long history of 150 have been appointed by the County
years, It has played this wonderful Court of Jackson County, Oregon.
The New Servi-Cycle
role of protecting the Individual and Administrator of the estate of Hal-
tie B. Hatfield, deceased, and have
his liberties. As long as the Court qualified All persons having claims
For delivering packages and messages— going to work— making
functions, no tyrant, no opreseor. no against said estate are hereby noti
dictator can rule In the United
collections— going to school, sports, etc. Safe as a bicycle.
vouchers, and duly verified, to me at
(he office of Harry C. Skyrman, At-
C. A . T H A T C H E R
Medford Center Building, in Med-
torney for said estate, at Room 409
630 N. Central, Medford
Cherry Crop It
ford. Oregon, within six months
Damaged by Rain and first published July 9, 1936.
L. HATFIELD. Administrator.
Fifty per cent of the remaining 17— July 9. 16, 23, 30.
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cherry crop of the Rogue River val
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ley, reduced heavily by frosts last
SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION
April, has been damaged by the
Office M. O. Wilkins
rains that fell over the week-end.
according to County Hotlculturlst FOR JACKSON COUNTY.
Mary Carson, Plaintiff
C. U. Cordy.
In an inapection of cherry orchards
Established in 1908
Charles H. Carson. Defendant.
To Charles H. Carson. Defendant.
yesterday, Cordy said he found con
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
create jobs for 4,337 Oregon worker»
siderable “ split" nnioug cherries
JF OREGON: Y'ou are required to
that had ripened, but green cherries, appear
and answer the complaint
and those in process of ripening lied against you in the above en-
P E R L ’ S
Vegetable* and fruit» taken fixmi tin cans in n«>ai
itled court and cause on or before
ami distant kitchens occasion the continued pros
County Agent Robert G. Fowler four weeks from the date of the first
Established In your community
reported hay had been damaged to
rou fail to appear and anwser said
i-mplicd can represents a vacancy on some grocei’s
some extent by the rain, aud was complaint, for want thereof the
488 W. «th 84.
shelf, M potential market for a full ran of Oregon
being further damaged by the con plaintiff will apply to said Court for
fruits or vegetables a few cent* more toward tin-
tinued cool weather and dump condi the relief demanded in the complaint
IIMl,non annual payroll in this state for proce*-
tions. Sunshine would be a boon.
dissolving the bonds of matrimony
>ing, canning ami preserving fruits nn<l vegetables.
Save Money by taking your
Some grain crops were
beaten now existing between plaintiff and
down by the rain, but the damage is lefendant and for change of Plain
Since 1913, when the eanning industry of Oregi«u
Watch and Clock
not extensive, or heavy, the county tiffs name to Mary E. Fox
forimal its first trade association, great strides hav<‘
he«'n made. Oregon growers ami canners profit each
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year from the favorable conditions that give this
Try an A d in
»late a long growing season and make Oregon
PER GALLON OF GAS!
Empfÿ tin cans \ ¡
P A IN T & ROOF
r ls r c M ii' E . M ill for«!'««
HOP-A-LONG C ASSIDY In
Bar 20 Rides Again
Time I’a.t menta for Remodeling
with WILLIAM IHHII
Plus Episode 3 “ Tarzan'’
A ROOF FOR FVERY HOME
A P\INT F o r EVERY PUKPOHK
38 s. Bartlett
Trade Here ami W in Vote«
'W ife vs. Secretary*
GABLE - M \HLOM - 1.03
N C. HIGH
W «d On ly
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“ Man O f Iron ”
V O L N E Y D IX O N
Wed. NB* ta Cash Nit#
fruits ami vegetables famous for size, quality and
flavor. Last season *9.226 tons of ranned fruits an«|
vegetable» moved through the Port of Portland
hound to the world markets. In addition a half mil
lion rases of frozen fruits and vegetables were
packed in Oregon. Each year there are more pay-
rh«‘eks for workers in all line* of hnsinr**— thank»
to the Oregon frull and vegetable growers and
\lrcady nearly a half century old when the can
ning Industry organized in 1913, Th«> First Nali«»n-
al Bank of Portland has taken an active part in
tin- financing nnd promotion of this Steadily in-
< reasing Oregon imlnstry. Today Oregon's pioneer
hank, both in l>>rtland ami through branches in the
state’s running centers, continue« to take an active
part in th«- huihling of this business which giv«-»
nock to Ihonsamls of men nnd w«»m«n.
Figures supplied by Portland C of C
A a jib is g
“ Lady Consents”
124 N Kivtrsidt
fe n c in g
Phon# I f I
Graves Jewelry Shop
Now located at 402 E. Main St.
New and Used Watches for Sale
The FIRST NATIONAL BANK
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Class for Adults Mondays and
From 8 to 10.
When in Medford
V e Dinners
Freshly Frozen Ice Cream
119 E. Main
O A S IS
Every Saturday Night
SLIP COVERS FOR OVER
Designing, Drapery Making
220 S. Grape
Safe Insurance at a Having
Oregon Mutual Fire
LELAND CLARK, Agent
19 North Bartlett Bt.
See us for Fire Insurance
on Hay & Grain
OFFICIAL WICO AND
Bab's and Service.
Genuine New Factory Parts
D A W S O N ’S
44 N. Front St.
R EN D ER ’S COFFEE
— In taste
— in flavor
— In quality
— in economy
Render Tea &
84 X. Bartlett
N«>xt door to Peerless Market
lOUR MftTOR .48 AD4 ERTI8E1»
O V E R
Motor Tune-up— Auto Repairing
Art s Auto Shop
262 N. Riverside
Prince Auto Electric
132 N. Riverside
\ FEW VALUES:
New Batteries, $2.95
Model A generator
Operated by PAUL PRINCE, who
has specialized In starter and
generator work since 1926.
DR. S. C. PETERS
D EN TIST
Opponi!«- Post Office
All Natnral Methotls
Dr. H. P. Coleman
Bank Dollars help build Oregon Payrolls!
Wtotem Ditiribstor For
Township 36 S., Range 2 W., Wil
lamette Meridian, has filed notice of
intention to make final three year
Proof, to establish claim to the land
above described, before Victor A.
Tengwald, U. S. Commissioner, at
Medford, Oregon, on the 4th day of
Claimant names as witnesses;
Roy Nichols, of Central Point,
Oregon; Floyd Baine. of Care Modoc
Orchards. Central Point, Oregon:
Charles Jantzer, of Central Point,
Oregon; Elmer Childers, of Medford
24— June 25, July 2, 9. 16, 23
D A IL Y ’S
M«-dford’s Oldest and
Now I« the time tn
J2 So Bartlett
Chiropractic ami Physiotherapy
O re*© * L ic e n s e 2A4
< all Torn la License .toll»
Special Attention t„
sane, Stomach and Rowels.
* on ««■ It at Jen and Examination
In Medford Since I Pib>