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CENTRAL POINT AMEBICA* CENTRAL. POINT. OREGON
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H~-e»tabll*tied, September 11. 1128.
Devoted to the heat Intereau of
’entrai Peint end vicinity.
Entered as second elusa matter at
■>( office, rentrai Peint. Ore-
ion. 'inder the Act of March 1, 1*71.
XI - . . .
SU BSCRIPTIO N R A T E S :
as the model way of doins thing*. In
effect. It *aya: "Don't try to aettle
your dLputes peaceably and by ne-
gotiation or mediation. STRIKE!"
In the old day» of feudal over*
lord*, that might have been all
right ilut in these days and times,
an) individual or group that sug
gests a strike with its hunger and
deprivation and violence, without
first trying mediation or negotiation
bably la. at 37. the youngest high '
executive in the ateel industry,
HI» «tart from »cratch, and hi* I
rise to the presidency of one of the
biggest meet companies in the land
j» just o n e of thousand* of similar
cases. Hut the malcontents and de
magogues can't afford to admit ft
for such an admission would make
their arguments look as silly as they
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
1 valuation placed on his or her pro
Notice is hereby given that
perty may appear before said board
and petition for a correction in the have been appointed by the County
County. » Oregon,
IB IU itU U U
U V w u
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as 0 shown
1936 as I Court
MMsment rolls. All petitions must be Administrator of the estate of Hat-
1 filed on or before August 28, 1936, tie R Hatfield, deceased, and have
as the Board of' Equalization will qualified. All persons having claim*
complete its public hearing on said against said estate are hereby noti
fied to present them, with proper
! . B. COLEMAN
vouchers, and duly verified, to me at
County Assessor the office of Harry C. Skyrman, At
torney for said estate, at Room 409
July 23. 3« Aug. 6
Medford Center Building, in Med
ford, Oregon, within six months
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF from the date of this Notice. Dated
and first published July 9, 1936.
| THE STATE OF OREGON,
L. HATFIELD, Administrator.
17— July 9, 16. 23, 30.
Iva Abercrombie. Plaintiff vs Wal-
j |j certainly not above criticism .
D i* even worse when the propo Bartlett Picking to
l l . 80 »»I amount* to endorsement of a
« mi » Tear
I genera I strike in which millions of
Payable la advance
Start August 5
persons through no fault of their
..If»rising ratea on application
AboreraaMo, ;.!»••. kaova us WU* ... .....................................................
own are threatened with a loss of
Ottico— Second Street, off Main.
everything, even food.
Present pressure test* on Bartlett»!
To Walter Abercrombie, also. !•;
ARTHUR EDWARD POWELL
The secret, of course, i* that em
indicate that they are going to be!
Editor and Proprietor
ploye who are called out on strike
ready to pack earlier than we at first
above named Defendant;
are more dependent upon their
anticipated. It looks as though Bart
union, and the labor agitators want
lett» will lie ready to pack around
to advance the importance of their
Class for Adults Mondays and
the 4th or 5th of August. Mr. La —
quired to appear and answer the
unions in the minds of union mem-
. . . . .
hers -whatever the cost ro r union
. . .
get samples for the purpose of mak
above entitled Court within four
M \< MINKS C R E A T E 2 0 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 «
leader* have jobs they want to hold,
ing pressure tests and he w'ill watch :
the date of
and their salaries are paid by dues.
these carefully so that we can be
. first publication of this Summons
How Is your Job affected by ma
sure and start packing at the right
upon you, and If you fail so to appear BNo Ri ve raid I
chinery? ask* The Associated Press
1 and answer said complaint, the plain- I
in a dispatch from Dayton, Ohio,
Horatio Alger made a name for
Barron-Grav. through Southern ,
: tiff will apply to the Court for the I ........................................................
printed recently in the New York himself by writing books about some
relief prayed for in her said com
Times. The answer. It suggests, thing that is peculiarly American— Oregon Sales Co., yesterday an
should be based on the cold prac the fact that every man in this coun nounced a price on cannery Bart-| letU meant* that we will have ample plaint, namely: For an absolute di- |
When in Medford
etls: 2 S 's and larger, 828.75, 2A»'s
tical fact of what is occurring.
room at our packing house to receive vorce from the defendant herein.
try has a chance to wiu fame and j
"Prom 1900 to 1930," says the fortune no matter what his start in
and pack, which will enable us to .
dispatch, "when w e had more new life. In recent years, however, a lot j
machinery than at any time in our of malcontents and demagogues have 1 graded.
room, with a minimum amount of jud*!e oi the Coun,y Court of Jacfc-
son County, Oregon, made and enter-
history, there was a gain of 20,000,- been taking advantage of the depre6- j The American Fruit Growers have (|Hlav
! ed July 1st, 1936.
000 new jobs. Every time a thou sion to insist that all that is chang packed up a limited number of Bart
American Fruit Growers Inc.
lett» each year for the past four
Date of the First publication being
sand new people were added to our ed.
years. We have been able to return
July 9, 1936.
population. 422 new Jobs were crea
The facts are that the depression more money to our growers for their
W. G. Trill
ted by our machine age.
Freshly Frozen Ice Cream
"This looks like a pretty good re
everybody was getting ahead. But cannery prices that have been made.
Post Office Address
sult from our twentieth century me
119 E. Main
something that happened in West Although w e expect t o
Suite 12 Palm Bldg.
chanization. Four hundred out of
Virginia the other day shows that a cannery price for those growers
e v e ry 1.000 people are now taking
the country of which Horatio Alger who wish to sell to the cannery, stlil
The Hoard of Equalization for the
care of the needs of the remaining
w rote still exists.
we are again going to pack up a County of Jackson, State of Oregon,
Twenty-two years ago, a lad of 15 limited quantity of our Bartletts for will meet in regular session at the
"During the lad fifty years, the
Top Notch Eats.
population of the United States In went to work at the bottom of the those who prefer the fresh packed county court house at Medford, Ore
ladder in the Carnegie Steel Com- deal. With our wide distribution gon, at 10 o'clock A. M., Monday,
creased about 200 per cent, while
G. J. Morris, Prop.
Jobs have Increased about 300 p er'P a"> P ""* ■» ’^ a ron . I*a. He served and sales outlet, we are able to sell August 10, 1936, for the purpose of
O A S IS
c nt. That does not look a* If we
War aa an avlalor- nd practically all of our BartlettR on an the 1936 assessment rolls. The said
Food Served at
travelled FOB Basis from cold storage here In
were going In the wrong direction, »forw ard for a
hearing will continue from the above
Medford, which makes our packed date until August 2S, 1936. Any pro
One-seventh of everybody working “ r" " " d ■" a "barnstorming'
Every Saturday Night
deal a very safe one. We know at perty owner who is aggrieved at the
today Is making some product un- flfer-
known fifty year. ago. Eighteen of
‘ ht* *a" ‘ e lad’
onr biggest Industrie, have b een ;'»an. worked as a mechanic, a rivet- ting for their packed Bartletts.
created by machinery and invention I "-r. and a salesman. In 1925, he
Those of our growers who are
since 1880. One out of every four !<>'"“ <« «»>* Welrt0" Steel Company planning to have us pack their Bart
14 South Central
A Clean Place To Eat
persons today owes his employment «• “ »alesman In January. 1929, he letts an secure ample lug boxes Jt
to one of these eighteen new In d u s - 1 became assistant sales manager; In our packing house on Fir Street. In
tries produced by Invention and en- '•»>' » 9^* be was appointed assistant view of the fact that we will not be
23 S. Riverside, Medford
glneerlng. say. II. A Toulmin. Jr . «» “ >• President, and in July, 1934. packing up a large volume of Bart-
Dr. I. H. Gove
Designing, Drapery Making
of the patent section of the Ameri- be was elected a vice president.
1648x_______ 220 S. Grape
The other day, the Weirton Steel
can Bar Association.
Company elected that same man a*
410 Medford Bldg.
Its President— T E. Mlllsop. He pro-
Safe Insurance at a Saving
Modern civilization rightly urges
Chosen by the Medford News’ Contest Manager because of their
sturdy construction. Equipped with Evenrude Motors. See them at
peaceful settlement of * disputes.
Oregon Mutual Fire
Pence treaties are made so that mil
New and Used
lions will not die; laws are enacted
providing trials because that is bet
ter than the old rule of tooth and
LELAND CLARK, Agent
Ranges— 89.00 and up and Sim
10 North Bartlett 8t.
mon beds and springs. New and
In the field of relations between
Used Davenports and Chairs. Stu
the employer and his employes the
See us for Fire Insurance
same Idea exists. It Is, therefore,
DROP IN AND GET OUR PRICES
on Hay & Grain
Klsrtllng to find this In the American
Federation of Labor News Service
220 North Bartlett
In old Fire Hall Bldg, on 6th St.
OFFICIAL WIOO AND
"Strikes Increase Trade Union
We Buy, Sell & Trade
Considering how fine thi*
Strength." The story goes on to deny
railroad transportation is
Sal«>* anil Service.
the well-known fset that em ploy*
nowaday», you can’t travel
do make gains through negotiation.
any cheaper. Fare* lowest
Second Hand Rebuilt
o i FILIAL MAGNETO
II points to the recent French »trike
Fv|»‘ rl Photography
in history—substantial sav
ings on round trip tickets.
At Bargain Price*
4>rniiiiie New l-'arlory Part*
f^all and *ee u* at
So why not take the train?
;«» 8. Grape HI.
It’s safer. It's more dependable.
D A W S O N ’S
Everything in Cabinet Work ■*'
44 N. Front St.
Y o u c a n t beat the im
R E A L T Y CO.
Established in 1908
proved travel co m fo rt in
co a ch e s and sleep in g cars
15 N. Fir
It's a w ood th in s Mkoviea
d on 't have such restful
R EN D ER ’S COFFEE
seats — m ost folk s w ould
sure fall asleep
" ¿ r ...
I t ’s the Truth!
H. C. HIGH
V O L N E Y D IX O N
\\ ester» Distributor For
Aiijtlilng in lliw of fencing
124 N. Riverside
RANCH WITH DYNGK
EYKItY HAT! ROW NIGHT
Two t Hr he Mrs*
tllil Time ami Modern
Ever hear about the Free pick
up-and-delivery of les* than
carload freight? It'» a great
convenience to shippers .ind
receivers alike Western rail
roads pick up at the door
ship by fast freight, and de
liver to consignee's door
Railroad trains are running on
fatter schedules these days
Seems like the iron horse wants
to show these new streamlined
diesels that he can step out, too.
Both passenger and freight
schedules have been speeded up
E»labll»h«q] In yonr community
5 » years
438 W. 8th 8t.
Render Tea &
Save Money by taking your
Watch and Clock
Graves Jewelry Shop
W h a t's m o re, the railroads
b elie v e in “s a fe ty first."
I ast year not one passenger
was killed in a train acci
dent on weatern railroads,
Talk to your local railroad agrnt.
He's full of information about
traveling and shipping,
; fin es FffOtt n w i y
v < s e
(He*- Answer Nest Week)
■ Ironn your laundry problem* al Medford Domestic Laundry!
Let the rich, pure *uda. and hundreds of gallon* of clean, fresh wa
ter wliti h are gently awooahed through each bundle, be the an*wer
to all your wash day rare* . . .
We are proud of railroad achieve-
menlx, appreciate the pubhe's
good will and increased patron
age, and pledge continued prog-
OUR D A M P W A S H SERVICE
• lie economical laundry «rivire
I'acli aildtflenal pound te
Every piece ««ret anil «lean -ready to Iron
E X P E R T
WATCH ami JFWKLItV
Al Depreaalon Price«
IA So. 4 entrai Are.
C. Earl Bradfish
T ry an A d in
The A m erica n
It I* tobaceo-tar. Nleotine l* rolorle*-
Medford Domestic Laundry
*4 NORTH RIVERSIDE AYR.
’•CERTIFIER SANITATION— (H ARD YOU* HEALTH’’
Now located at 402 E. Main St.
New and Used Watches for Sale
3« N. Bartlett
NVxt d»«or to Peerlen* Market
V o n : MOTOR AS a d v e r t i s e d
OVER K N X
Motor Tune-up— Auto Repairing
A rt’s Auto Shop
202 N. Riverside
52c for a 13-lb. bundle
— in taste
— In flavor
— In quality
— in economy
Prince Auto Electric
132 N. Riverside
D R. 8. C . PE TE R S
A FEW VALUES:
New Batteries, $2.95
Model A generator
Operated hv PAUL PRINCE, who
has specialized in starter and
generator work since 1926.
D EN TIST
P o »t
O f fic e
J a c k s o n v ille , O re .
A ll N'atnral M eth od *
Dr. H . P. Coleman
D A IL Y ’S
C h iropractic and Ph ysioth erapy
O regon L ire nee 384
C a liforn ia License :ti> 2 B
M«-dfo»d'« Olde*f and
S p e cia l A t te n tio n t o B lo o d P ree-
*n rc. S to m a c h a n d R o w e l* .
Now I* th e tim e to
S IM O M Z K
82 So Bartlett
< o n «u lta tton and E xam ination
P h one 9tvt
In Medford Since 192«