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(.K H H .IL POINT AMERICAN CENTRAL POINT, OREGON
PAG E T W O
m ■" -r
I occurrence*. If. in a single disaster complaint filed againat you In the yon by publication purauaut to order Willamette Meridian, has filed no
tice of intention to make final three
I ! such
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. . sk ! ¡»hove entitled
or .. a m
within four of Judge H I). Norton, made Jure year Proof, to establish claim to the
, h 29th. 1936. Date or first publication
many people ware to be killed as ¡weeks
the date of
land above described, before G. K
.July 2nd. 193d
Carter, Clerk of County Court, at
¡have been killed in accident* in the ( first publication of this Summon*
\(. y \\1LK1NS,
Attorney for Plaintiff Medford. Oregon, on the 5th day of
be upon yon, and if you fail so to appear
■ J T l-U U . 1 1 !..
Il I I ' * I- ■ Iasi month, the world would
208 West Maint St. August. 1936.
R ee s ta b lis h e d . Septem ber IS . IS M . aghast. Ilut we seem to
and answer said complaint, the plain-
Claimant names as witue-'Ses:
Devoted la tha beat Interests o f cldents as being inevitable, and look i tiff will apply to the Court for the
Joe Worthington, of Rt. 3. Box o~
8, 1«. 23
'antral Point and rUrlaity.
upon them with equanimity.
i relief prayed for in her said com-
Eagle Point. Ore.; E. F. Ferg. of Rt.
Entered aa second class matter at
3, Box 57, Eagle Point. Ore.; R. K.
Hut the great tragedy is that ac-j plaint, namely: For an absolute di-
SI MMONS M ill PUBIJCATIO.N
.IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Hilterling. of Eagle Point. Ore.;
ft« '«lit office. Central Paint, Ora- t |dents are not Inevitable. Nine out vorce from the defendant herein.
This Summon* I* served upon you jSTATE OF OREGON iOH
IA( K- John A. Mayhem, of Eagle Point,
:oi^ under tha Act of March $, l i f t - 1 „( i,.u an- preventable, and easily
• preventable. Carelessness, reckless-1 by order of the Hon. Harl B. Day,, m cH A R D KI.EMM Plaintiff,
ness, irgnorance and stupidity are judge of the County Court of Jack-
«lx Months ............................. $1.00
24—June 25. July 2, 9. 16, 23
« 1 1 0 1 th®
causes of accidental In-! son County. Oregon, made and enter- ANARK1, 1.. KI.EMM, Defendant
’ jury and death, and surely they can ed July 1st. 1936.
TO ANA.BEL L. KLEMM, the abo\e
Payabta In advance
" v “T HK**'.XX",' k OF THE STATE
Advertising rates on
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
force of public opinion, and. perhaps | July 9. 1936.
0 F OREGON: You are hereby re-i
Ottica— dscoiid Street, off Main
NOTICE is hereby given that Jesso
W. O. Trill
j most important of all, through edn- '
quired to appear aud answer the F. Myers, of Genera? Delivery, Med
ARTHUR EDWARD POWB1.I.
I cation of the individual.
ford, Oregon, who, on August 29th.
Post Office Address- above entitled court and cause on or 1931, made Homestead entry. Serial
Editor and Proprietor
Death walks the highway. He
before four weeks from the date of
Suite 12 Palm Bldg.
No. 019785, for Lot 9, Section 15.
strides through our homes. He is an
the first publication of this sum-
unseen visitor at every place of
| mons, aud If you fail to appear and |
answer said complaint, toe want:
amusement. He is apt to put in h is’
thereof the plaintiff will apply to
appearance In the happiest hours.
Notice is hereby given that
I ¡the above entitled court for the re
The deaths that follow accidents can have been appointed by the County Miet demanded in said complaint,
he eliminated almost IOC per cent If Court of Jackson County, Oregon, succinctly stated as follows:
G. J. Morris, Prop.
For a decree annulling aud set-1
With much fuss and fanfare, the we will only make a amall effort, Administrator of the estate of Hat-1
new federal Railroad Retirement and learn that a ?ooH“ h set that tie B. Hatfield, deceased, and have ting aside the bonds of matrimony
qualified. AH persons having claims heretofore and now existing between
Hoard announces that the first rail saves a minute or provide* a brief, against said estate ar«i hereby n oti-1 n|*lnt|ff and defendant and that the
pension checks have been mailed futile thrill can »end u* or other* in fied to present them, with proper plaintiff herein be decreed to be the
out. The Hoard's publicists spend to eternity. No graver problem faces vouchers, and duly verified, to me at 1 sole owner of the following describ-
paragraph* praising the new p lan /th e American people than the acci the office of Harry C. Hkyrman, At- | ed real property situated in Douglas
and pointing out that one pensioner dent problem and its solution is en- torney for said estate, at Room 409 County, -State of Oregon, to-wit
Medford Center Building, in Med
That certain forty acre tract of
would get $91.04 a month. They tirly up to the people.
ford, Oregon, within six month*
land situated in the west half of
hojie, of course, that the $91.04 a
from the date of this Notice. Dated
Section 22, Township 27, south,
14 South Central
and first published July 9, 1936.
Range 4 west of the Willamette
RUT WHAT OF RECOVERY?
month will be contrasted with the
L. HATFIELD, Administrator.
Meridian, less one acre used for
The growing controversy between
$30 a month or less made available
17— July 9. 16, 23, 30.
school purposes, as described in
the American Federation of Labor
under state old-age pension laws.
Certificate of Title No. 5305,
But gome pertinent fact* were an dthe group headed by John L.
which is entered of record in
SI MMONS FOR PUBLICATION
Volume 8 at page 487, Trans
startlingly absent from Ihe Board’» Lewis, head of the Mine Workers'
Office M. O. Wilkins
Second Hand Rebuilt
fer of Title register for Douglas
LN CIRCUIT COURT OF OREGON
announcement. A very »¡tuple and Union, over who shall collect due*
At Barguin Prices
axiomatic one is the answer to the trom the steel workers aud other FOR JACKSON COUNTY.
This summons is served upon you
Call and see ns at
Mary Carson, Plaintiff
basic question: How much better off prosperous Industries of the country
by publication tinder and pursuant
39 S. Grape St.
Is $91.04 a month pensioner than cannot but excite alarm among those
to an order of the Honorable H. D.
Charles II. Carson, Defendant.
he would have been without the new who seek the end of the depression.
To Charles H. Carson. Defendant. Norton, Judge of said court made
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE and entered on June 19th, 1936.
In the steel Industry hourly rates
federal pension system?
OF OREGON: Ton are required to f The date of the first pun..cation
The answer Is omitted because it I and employment are above the 1929 appear
und answer the complaint j °t this summons is June 25,^ 1936
would show that under a private j peak. It is a basic industry, aud upon filed against you in the above eu-
N F. J. NEWMAN
Attorney for plaintiff.
pension system, that same pensioned It» operations depends much of the titled court and cause on or before
who gets $91.04 would receive j industrial activity of the country. In four weeks from the date of the first
Fine Portraits a Specialty
$103.78 a month— a difference of recent months secret ballots have publication of this Summons and if | 52- June 25, July 2, 9, 16, 23.
you fail to appear and anwaer said
$12.74 a month In favor of the pri- been conducted by and among em- complaint, for want thereof the
ployees of nearly every plant to ss- plaintiff will apply to said Court for
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
The American Railway Associa lect their representatives to meet the relief demanded in the complaint
NOTICE ia hereby given that Jo-
tion’s $103.78 figure is based upon with management, and the over to-wit: for a decree of divorce and
dissolviug the bonds of matrimony j seph C. Mayham, of Eagle Point,
a man who worked exactly the same whelming majority of the workers now existing between plaintiff and Oregon, who. on April 30th, 1931,
number of years, for the same aver participated.
A Clean Place To Eat
defendant and for change of Plain- | made Homestead entry. Serial, No.
But these workers have consis tiff's name to Mary E. Fox.
age salary, aa the man who gets the
1019431, for NW % N W % , Section
tently refused to Join with the or ^Thl!i^UjVlMONS_Js_j^rved__uponj_33:_jrownH]Up_35__S1!_R ange 1 E..
$91.04 under the federal ayatem.
23 S. Riverside, Medford
Another very pertinent fact is ganized union minorities. Mr. Lewis
that under the federal aystem, the says he intends to get them into
employe will pay a tax upon his unions. And the strange part of the
salary to help build up hla pension whole threatening dlatacter is that
Chosen by the Medford News' Contest Manager because
fund. Under private aystems, em Mr. Lewis and Mr. Green, head of
sturdy construction. Equipped with Evenrude Motors. See them at
ployers have been supplying the en
23 N. First Street
eueh other of planning to use coer
So that under the federal aystem
410 Medford Bldg.
the rail employe will pay taxes to particular setup.
Do the workers have no right to
get $91.04 a month; under the out-
la wed private system he could have choose or not to choose without
gotten $103.78 a month without pay force being used? Has the public no
interest in seeing the steel industry-
ing any taxes.
kept active and prosproua? Or can n
That's a bargain, isn't it?
few seif-annointed spokesmen upset
BODY i i FENDER REPAIRING £ GLAMS
the entire march toward national re
Ranges— $9.00 and up and Sim
220 North Bartlett
INVENTION« AND Jolts
mon beds and springs. New and
covery? These are questions which
Fifty years ago one of the greatest the American people must answer.
Used Davenports and Chairs. Stu
inventions ever conceived by mau
DROP IN AND GET OUR PRICE3
was put Into operation— the Mer-
genthuler linotype. It enabled one
man, on the average, to set a* much
In old Fire Hall Bldg, on 6th St.
type as five men could set by hand.
It revolutionized printing.
We Buy, Sell & Trade
The Hoard of Equalization for tho
If those who insist that machines County of Jackson. State of Oregon,
1155 N. Central
rob men of jobs are correct, then will meet In regular Hessiou at the
despite our population growth there office ,»f the county assessor, in the
county court house at Medford, Ore
Steel & Iron Castings
should be fewer men working for the gon, at 10 o'clock A. M., Monday,
printing industry. But what are the August 10. 1936. for the purpose of
Forging and Welding
fails shown In figures compiled by hearing complaints and equalizing
the United States Bureau of the the 1936 assessment rolls. The said
hearing will continue from the above
Everything In Cabinet Work ■*]
date until August 28. 1936. Any pro
In 1889, our population was perty owner who is aggrieved at the
Established in 1908
arouud 61. 000,000 ; in 1929, It was valuation placed on his or her pro ■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■•■■■■■■■■■■I
e • « * *;*;;* *•;* c a t * . *.:*;:*■
not qtilie double that— 121,000,000.
lit 1889 which was before the lino- and petition for a correction In the
valuation as shown on the 1936 as
tpc really mudo itself felt, there sessment rolls. All petitions must bo
were 50,000 persons employed in the filed on or before August 28, 1936,
as the Board of Equalization will
Established in your eommnnity
A normal growth, therefore, would complete Its public hearing on said
indicate that allgbtly less than 100,-
J. B. COLEMAN
428 W. flth St.
000 persons should have been em-
poyed by the printing industry In July 23. 30 Aug. 6
1929. But If we accept the claims of
the anti-machine advocates, then
Save Money by taking your
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
there should have been only 20,000
employed In the printing Industry In T ll£ STATE OF OREGON.
Iva Abercrombie, Plaintiff vs Wal
Actually, while population was
growing only 100 per cent, employ ter Abercrombie, also, known as Wil
ment In the printing industry was lie Abercrombie. Defendant
To Walter Abercrombie, also,
rising nearly 600 per cent— from
50.000 In 1889 to 281.000 In 1929 known as Willie Abercrombie, the
Now- located at 402 E. Main St.
These figures, of course, do not above named Defendant:
New- and Used Watches for Sale
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
take Info accounts the thousands of
new Job* ereated by the increased
demand for paper. Ink. printing ma quired to appear and answer th«
chinery. and similar supplies. Nor do
im acco s j o ioi
they allow anything for the great
DANCE WITH DYNGE
educational advantages offered
(See Answer Neat Week)
132 N. Riverside
less expensive book*.
P O IN T
Top Notch Eats.
Food Served at
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 ot
Claimant names as witnesses:
Roy Nichols, of Central Point.
Oregon; Floyd Haine, of Care Modoc
Orchards. Central Point, Oregon
Charles Jantzer, of Central Point,
Oregon; Elmer Childers, of Medford
2 4— June 25. July 2. 9, 16, 23
Dr. I. H. Gove
S H U L T 6 B R O S.
A u to
New and Used
P a in tin g
M edford Iron &,
Steel W o rk s
Holbrook & Andrews
J Cabinet Work*
Watch and Clock
Graves Jewelry Shop
yellow Sr Ano W
If we listened to the anti-machine
agitator*, we would go back to the
«lays before the linotype was Invent
ed Shottd We
Send ALL your wa*h to Medford lH>me»tic Laundry for a safer,
C. Earl Bradfish
New Batteries, $2.95
Model A generator
whiter, sweeter bundle
OUR DAMP WASH SERVICE
52c for a 13-lb. bundle
Operut. ,1 hv PAUL PRINCE, who
has specialized in starter and
generator work since 1926.
K v «1) pknv «w fft mill rlciin ttndj to in»«
An«* - V Morris' Human Anatomy by Jackson confirm* the
that atrtctly speaking we have four finger* and one thumb
thumb honlil i "t proper t be referred to a* a finger
V e Dinners
Freshly Frozen Ice Cream
119 E. Main
Every Saturday Night
SU P COVERS FOR OVER
Designing, Drapery Making
220 S. Grape
Safe Insurance at a Saving
Oregon Mutual Fire
LELAN'D CLARK, Agent
19 North Bartlett Ht.
See us for Fire Insurance
on Hay & Grain
OFFICIAL WICO AND
Sales and Serrloe.
Genuine New Factory Parts
4 4 N. Front St.
— in taste
— in flavor
■— in quality
— in economy
Render Tea &
24 N. Hurt let t
Next door to Peerless .Market
YOUR MOTOR AS ADVERTISED
Motor Tune-up— Auto Repairing
Art’* Auto Shop
202 N. Riverside
.-*n NORTH RIVERSIDE AVI
PHONE If»« ■
••CERTIFIED SANITATION— GUARD YOUR HEALTH'*
r s x :e :c :r :r r c s ^ s :2 :c s 3 iiiiii:c iiis iiiii?
DR. S. C, PETERS
p „* t
All Natural M ethod«
Dr. H. P. Coleman
■ Medford Domestic Laundry ■
When in Medford
£ No. Riverside
Prince Auto Electric
A FEW VALUES:
EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT
Old Time and Modern
M oifonl, Oregon
l»E\TII W tl.k s IIU HM1NUU
The rods of racklessneas are d»-
voqrlnr thousand* of live* each |
month on American highways—and
there Is no limit to their appetite.
During the recent Fourth of July
week-end. close to 500 people met
WATCH and JKWK1.IB
arrlden*rl deaths— the largest num
ber for that period since 19S1
At Papers Won Prke.
Fireworks were responsible for a
13 So. t'entrai Are
smaller number of fatalities than
usual—hut that greatest destroyer of
all. the earele*»ly operated motor
Try an Ad in
ear, ehalhed up a grisly record And
tree-- week-end wltne-sc* .¡m ils-
, (\ T cow l/
From 8 to 10.
< h ir o p r a e tir a n d l ’ h y « io t h e r a p y
O re g o n L ice n a e 2 « 4
Medford’» Oldest and
Now 1» the time to
32 So Bartlett
Special Attention t«> Blood Pré»,
sure. Stomach and Rowefc..
* Oftsultatlon and Examination
In Medford «inre 1920
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