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Rs-establlshed, September IS. 1928.
Devoted to tb e beet interests of
'entrai Point and vicinity.
Kntered at second claat matter at
t< "» e t offic e, r e n t r a i Point, Ora
ron, uuder tb e Act o f March 8, 1879.
SUBSCRIPTIO N R A TE S :
Payable in advance,
¿ d r e r tls ln g rates on application.
O ffice— Second Street, o f f Main.
forces of ditcurd operate.
But no one bother» to consult the
steel w orker» who, over a period of
years, have enlisted
¡n only small
numbers in the A. F. o f L. and who
vote strongly for their own individ
ignore the fact that the hourly pay
number o f employees in the
rteel Industry «re «bove 1929 levels
And on one consults the public
which has a great stake in seeing
the steel mills continue to operate
and which wants recovery more than
ARTHUR EDW ARD POWELL
Editor and Proprietor
TH K ll.IS IS O F A F R E E SO CIETY
( Except fr o m Rem arks of
Llppmann at University of Roches*
The deepent issue o f our time is
maintain and develop a free society
or whether they are to fall back into
the ancient order o f things when the
whole o f m en ’s exsltence, their con
sciences. their scieuce,
their labor, and their Integrity as
individuals, were at the disposition
o f the rulers of the state. The world
is faced with a stupendous reaction,
and what makes that reaction pecu
liarly dangerous is that those
are leading this reaction are for the
most part convin ced that they are
the leaders o f progress.
Not to be
lleve that governm ent must regulate
all human affairs is currently
garded us stupidly
those w ho imagine themselves
pioneers o f a new world . . .
But governm ents are com posed o!
men, not supermen,
mere men. im perfectly educated, not
wholly disinterested, with very 11ml
ted wisdom. Such men can operate
only a governm ent of limited p ow
ers, and on greater delusion has ever
cast its spell upon tbe human im ag
ination than that a group o f mortal
men cun plan the future o f a society
Hud direct the affairs o f a whole cl
vllizatlon . . . The men w ho said that
this must be a governm ent of limb
ted powers were men
Not only must a governm ent limit
its functions if It’s to he successfully
guard the Independence of the peo
ple, their courts,
their press, their universities,
their property. It must guard them
against dependence upon the govern
to it and
.m on op oy and private lawlessness.
It to ok centuries to achieve
sepsration of Church and State, the
separation o f the press and the slate
the separation o f learning front the
state, the separation o f the judiciary
from the executive. And In this sep
arateness the modern
mankind has taken place.
therefore, he on guard against a re
action, masquerading as enlighten
ment and progress,
am alg amate them all again and un
do the hard-won
the em ancipators o f mankind.
W H A T IN A H E A D ?
The Communists in America end
ed their convention recently, o f f e r
ing their cooperation fomenting dis
cord am on g workers o f the nation's
great steel mills. John
head o f the Mine W o r k e r s ’ Union,
has thrown hundreds o f " a g e n t s ” In
to the steel region s with instructions
according to the United Press, " t o
let nothing stop y o n .’ ’ The
leaders will ’ ’ invest” millions o f dol
lars taken from oth er workers to
bring the steel employees Into the
dues-paying ranks o f the union. Sec
retary Frances Perkins naively im
plies that there will be no trouble If
everyone stands aside and lets the
IN T H E CIR CUIT
CO UR T
T H E S T A T E OF
JA CKSON COUNTY.
Iva A b ercrom bie, Pla in tiff vs W al
ter Ab ercrom bie, also, k n ow n as W il
lie Ab ercrom bie, Defendant.
Ab ercrom bie,
known as Willie Ab ercrom bie, the
ab ove named Defendant:
IN TH K NAME OF T H E STATE
OF O R E G O N : you are hereby re
quired to appear and
com pla in t filed against you in the
above entitled Court
first publication of this
upon you, and if you fail so to appear
and answer said complaint, the plain
tiff will apply to the Court f o r the
relief prayed for in her said c o m
plaint, nam ely: For an absolute di
vorce from the defendant herein.
This Summ ons is served upon you
by order o f the Hon. Earl B. Day,
ju dg e o f the County Court o f Jack-
son County, Oregon, made and enter
ed July 1st, 1938.
Date o f the First publication being
July 9, 1936.
W. O. Trill
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Post O ffice Address
Suite 12 Palm Bldg.
OF OREG O N: You are required to ¡ t h e r e o f the plaintiff
will apply to
appear and answer
the com pla in t the ab ove entitled court for the re-
flled against you in the ab ove en- f lie! dem anded
in said compla in t,
titled court and cause on o r before succinctly stated as follow s :
F or a decree annulling
four weeks from the date o f the first
publication o f this Summ ous and if I ting aside the bonds o f matr im ony
you fail to ap pear and anwser aald h eretofore and now existing between
compla in t, for
the plaintiff and defendant and that tbe
plaintiff will apply to said Court for plaintiff herein be decreed to be the
the relief dem anded in the compla in t ! sole ow ner o f the follow in g describ
to-w lt : f o r a decree of d iv orce and ed real property situated in Dougla s
dissolving the bonds o f m atrim on y; County, State o f Oregon, lo -w it:
That certain forty »e re tract of
now existing between pla in tiff and
land situated in the west half of
defendant and tor change of Plain-1
Section 22, T ow nship 27, south,
t i f f ’s name to Mary E. Fox
Range 4 west o f the W illam ette
This SUMMONS is served
Meridian, less one acre used lor
you by publication pursuant to order j
school purposes, as described in
o f Judge H. D. Norton, made Ju n e!
Certificate o f Title No. 5305,
29th, 1936. Date o f first publication i
which is entered o f record
July 2nd. 1936
Volum e 8 at page 487, Tran s
M. O. W ILKINS.
fer o f Title register f o r Dpuglas
Attorney for Plain tiff
208 West Maint St.
Medford, Oregon j This sum m ons is served upon you
32. July 2, 9, 16, 23
hy publication under and
to an order o f the Honorable H. D.
Norton, Judge o f said court
SUMMONS F O R PUBLICATION
IN T H E C IR C U IT COURT OF TH E and entered on June 19th, 1936.
The date o f the first pu o. cation
S T A T E OF ORkXrON FOR JA C K -
ol this summons is June 25, 1936.
F J. N E W M A N
R IC H A R D K LE M M , Plaintift,
Attorney for plaintiff.
A N A B K L L. K LEM M , Defendant.
M edford Oregou
TO A N A B E L L. K LEM M , the ab ove
52— June 25, July 2. 9, 16, 23.
named defen dan t:
IN T H E N A M E OF T H E S T A T E )
OF O REG O N : Y’ ou are hereby
r e -,
quired to appear and
NOTH’« F O B PUBLIC ATION
compla in t filed against you
NOTICE is hereby given that Jo-
above entitled court and cause on or 1 seph C. Ylayham,
before four weeks from the date o f Oregou, who, on April 30th 1931,
the first publication
sum- made Homestead entry, Serial, No.
inons, and if you fail to ap pear and ¡0 1 9 4 3 1 , for
NW>4 N W 1 4, Section
compla in t,
want 33, Tow nship 35 S.. R a ng e 1 E.,
W illa m ette Meridian, has filed no
tice o f intention to make final three
year Proof, to establish claim to the
land above described, before G. R
Carter, Clerk o f County Court, at
.Medford. Oregon, on the 5th day o f
Claimant names as witnesses:
Joe W orth in gton, of Rt. 3. Box 57
Eagle Point, Ore.; E. F. Ferg. o f Rt.
) 3 Box 57, Eagle Point, Ore.; K. It..
o f Eagle
John A. Mayham, of Eagle
GEORGE FIN L E Y
24 — June 25, July 2, 9, 16, 23
No. 01 9 7 8 3
NOTICE F O R PUBLICATION
NOTICE is hereby given that Jesse
F. Myers, of General Delivery. Med
ford, Oregon, who, on August 29th,
1931, made Hom estead entry. Serial
No. 019785, for Lot
9, Section 15,
Top Notch Eats.
G. J. Morris. Prop.
Food Served at
23 N. First Street
14 South Central
220 North Bartlett
F E N D E R R E P A IR I N G
1155 N. Central
M edford, Oregon
Steel & Iron Castings
Bronze and Aluminum
Forgin g and W eld ing
Boiler W ork
New and Used
R anges— $9.00 and up and Sim
mon bods and springs. New and
Used Davenports and Chairs. Stu
Guarantee the health
D R O P IN AND G ET OUR P R IC E 3
Holbrook & Andrews
In old Fire Hall Bldg, on 6th St.
W e Buy, Sell & Trade
your Ice box filled with pure ice.
Ice delivered daily
W IT H DYNGK
MEDFORD ICE & STORAGE CO.
South Fir Street
Everyth in g in Cabinet W o r k
T w o Orchestras
Old Tim e and Modern
O N « ADMISSION
M edford, Oregon
“ The Milky Way
428 W . 6th 84.
Watch and Clock
“ Hi. Night Out”
Wed. Nile i* « n e h Vite
W c h it h D is tr ib u to r F o r
T h n r v . KVt.
MALA and LOTUS
From " E s k i m o ’’ fante In
‘Last of the Pagans'
Ynyihiag in line o f
r h o n e 263
M edford. Oregon
and Used Watches for Sale
Oregon Mutual Fire
( In c o r p o r a te d )
L E L A N D C L A R K , Agen t
19 North Bartlett St.
M edford. Ore.
P h one 1 4 9 «
See us for Fire Insurance
on H ay & Grain
O F F IC IA L YVICO AND
E IS EM AN N M AG NETO
Sides mid Service.
O F F I C I A L M AGNETO
RE P A IR SERVICE
Genuin e New Factory Parts
— In taste
— in f la v o r
— in quality
— in econ om y
Render Tea &
24 X. Bartlett
Next d o o r to Peerless Market
P O W E R SEAL
V O I R M OTO R AS A D V E R T I S E D
OVER K N X
Art’s Auto Shop
Tel. l ] g g
132 N. Riverside
A F E W VALUES:
vi. •. u wearing » >>ur fingers to the bona
and rain in g your hands
with the drudgery o f the family w a s h i n g ' Let us take the whole
jo b out of your h om e with DAM P W A S H - e c o n o m ica l, convenient.
New Batteries, $2.95
Model A generator
OUR DAMP WASH SERVICE
lann try M*r%-irr
Operated hy P A U L PRINCE, who
in starter and
generator work sines 1926
52c for a 13-!b. bundle
Each ad ditional pou n d 4c
Every piece svreet and i lean— ready to Iron
.til NORTH RIVF.RM1DK A V E .
“ C E R T IF IE D
S A N IT A T IO N — O T A R I )
Ja cksonville. Orr.
All Natural Method*
Chir opractic and Physiotherapy
Oregon License 264
California License 34129
M edford’» Oldest and
R|ood p re*.
*urr. Stomach and Bowel*.
* on*ult*tion and Exam ination
Phone 06 5
In M edford Since 102U
PH O N E ItMt ■
DR. S. C. P E T E R S
Dr. H. P. Coleman
K On the contrary the applii it
warmth t* the pr oper treatment More.ivei .
r ubbi ng o f the r
;>.« rt «hotild !>• avoided
■ Medford Domestic Laundry ■
Prince Auto Electric
Edward Everett Horton
202 N. Riverside
II. C. HIGH
Trade Her«' and \\ In Vote*
SLIP C O VE RS F O R O V E R
S T U F F E D F U R N IT U R E
Designing, Drapery M akin g
P h one 1648x
220 S. Grape
Save Money by taking your
Established in 1908
Phone 15 I
38 8. R a iilrtt
E a gle Point
44 N. F ron t St.
M edford, Oregon
Established |n your rommnnity
H A R O L D LI.YOI>
D EN TIS TRY
419 M ed ford
dependable for cold and food pro
y ourself and fam ily
Dr. I. H. Gove
ter, free from chemical odors and
Try an A d in
A HOOF FO R E V E R Y HOME
\ PYIN T FO R E V E R Y PU R POSE
Episode 4 " T a r a a n "
Freshly Frozen Ice Cream
Every Saturday Night
23 S. Riverside, Medford
frozen artificially front pure wa
Q U A L IT Y FOOD
T iin e P a y m e n ts fu r B e m u d d in g
A Clean Place T o Eat
PAINT & ROOF
BUCK JONES In
Spring F lo o r
Log gin g Equipment
Pure ice through
M edford Bldg.
Graves Jewelry Shop
j :,;No. ***------
Fine Portraits a Specialty
M e d f o r d I r o n &.
S teel W o r k s
Charles H. Carson, Defendant
To Charles II. Carson. Defendant.
IN THK NAME OF TH E STATE
15 N. Kir
¡•i Class for Adults Mondays and >:
From 8 to 10.
119 E. Main
SH ULTZ BROS.
SI >1 NIONS FO R PUBLICATION
Office M. O. W ilkins
IN CIR CUIT COURT OF OREGON
FOR JACKSON COUNTY.
Mary Carson, Plaintiff
«V E R Y SATURDAY
N O TH ’« TO C R E D IT O R S
Notice Is hereby given
have been appointed by the County
Court o f Jackson County, Oregon,
Adm in istrator o f the estate o f Hat
tie B. Hatfield, deceased, and have
qualified. All persons having claims
against said estate are hereby noti
fied to present them, with proper
vouchers, and duly verified, to me at
the o f f ic e o f Harry C. Skyrman, At-
Medford Center Building, in Med-
torney for said estate, at R oom 409
from the date o f this Notice. Dated
and first published July 9, 1936.
L. H A T F IE L D , Administrator.
17— July 9, 16, 23, 30.
W h e n in M edford
Second Hand Rebuilt
F A R M IM PLEM
A t Bargain Prices
Call and see us at
3 9 S. Grape St.
Chosen by the Medford News' Contest Manager because o ; f their
sturdy construction . Equipped with
with Evenrude Motors. See them at
T ow nship 36 S., Range 2 W ., W il
lamette Meridian, has tiled notice of
Intention to m ak e final
th ree year
P r oof, to establish claim to the land
a b ov e described, befor e
Tengw ald, U. S. Com m ission er, at
M edford, Oregon, on the 4th day of
Claim ant names as witnesses:
Roy Nichols, o f
O reg on; Floyd Baine, o f Care Modoc
Charles Jantzer, o f Central
O reg on; Elmer Childers, of M edford
G E O R G E F IN L E Y
¡ 2 4 — Ju n e 25, July 2, 9, 16, 23
Now (a th e time to
S IM O N IE«