The Central Point American. (Central Point, Or.) 1936-195?, October 22, 1936, Page PAGE 5, Image 5

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    T H T O 8 D A Y , (H T O R H R 2B, llM ti
c rm u i
June Furry spent the week end
with relatives in Medford
Maxine Ayers worked in Stone '3
Drug Store Saturday.
Roger Lawrence,
Homer Myers.
The Central Potnt High School \ Bill Grimes, and Jim Grimes motor­
went “ Roosevelt" by a large major­ ed to Klamath Falls Sunday.
ity In the straw rote held laat Thurs­
day at one o'clock. Roosevelt polled
Plans are progressing well for the
69 votes: Landon, 45: Thomas, |;| program to be presented
at
the
and Browder, 1. Lemke failed to gymnasium by thu seniors on the
poll a rote.
evening of November 13.
Mr and Mrs. Jewett entertained
Parts have been given out for a
Mr. and Mrs. Hulburt at dinner one act play and rehearsals have be­
Sunday.
gun. The different organizations o f
Marjorie Dodson and her sister the school will also contribute a part
from Grants Pass hiked almost to to the program.
the top of John's Peak Sunday.
Miss Nancy Blake o f Medford will
Edith Vincent went horseback rid­ entertain with several piano-accordi­
ing in the Climax vicinity Saturday on numbers.
Bill Grimes, Blue O’Connor, andi
Everything is being done to make
Clarabelle Brood drove to Table the evening one o f pleasure for all.
Rock Friday evening to visit with A small admission charge will be
Avys Ayers Avys returned to Cen­ made.
tral Point with them to visit over
the week end with her parents and
Human and Liberal
friends.
Alf M Lai,don's record as Gover­
Pink O'Connor spent Friday eve­ nor of Kansas shows him as a cham­
pion of human rights, and liberal In
ning at Chaster Hamburg's home.
all things except the spending of
Clarabelle Brood entertained her the people's money.
cousin, June Wilson, from Klamath
Falls, Sunday evening.
Heritage of Debts
Norma Holland attended packing
“ We must rem em ber that ev­
school at Myron Root's in Medford
ery time the government spends
Thursday and Friday of last week.
a dollar, that dollar will have to
She stayed all night in Medford Fri­
be paid by us or we must pass
day night.
the debt on to be paid by our chil­
dren. No parents like to leave
Jim Grimes has come back to
their children a heritage of debts
school after being out all of last
and mortgages.
week.
Richard Jewett worked for Ever­
ett Faber in Medford, Saturday af­
ternoon.
Leonard Atkins and Mr. Hulburt
hunted pheasants over the week end.
Erma Thompson, Everett Atkins,
Pink O'Connor, Richard and Alan
Complete Confectionery Composi­
Jewett motored to Ashland Sunday.
Dorothy Smith visited friends in
tions, Dinner & Party Specials
Medford Saturday evening.
our Specialty
Roberta and Norma Jean Wertz
The Crest
attended a birthday dinner in honoi
of their grandfather
at Ashland
Sunday.
Keith Copinger went deer hunting
Sunday but had no luck.
Phone 538
(ridden Taxes
answer or otherwise plead to plain­ made on the !5th day of September
“ If the m ajor portion of the gov­
tiffs complaint within four (41 1*1$.
ernm ent's income is obtained from weeks from the dale of the first pub-
OU8 NEWBURY
indirect and hidden taxes—taxes up­ i liealion of this summons upon you.
Attorney for Plaintiff
on such things as food, clothing, which is the 1st day o f October,
Medford National Bank Building
gasoline and cigarettes—then the j 1936, and if you fail to appear and
Medford. Oregon
main burden falls upon those of answer within the time required, for
sm all incom e and the cost of gov­ want thereof, the plaintiff will ap-
ernment is hidden. In this case, it I ply to the court for the relief pray­
is the wage earner, the salaried ed for In hts complaint, to-wlt:
HUBER, the Tailor
worker, the farm er, and the sm all
For a decree o f the court nullify­
business man, who have to pay ing and setting aside the marriage
most of the bill.“ —Alt M. Landon heretofore on June !5 th , 1936 had
Aleo Ladles Clothes
at Buffalo, N. Y ., August 26, 1936. between plaintiff and defendant In
Jackson County, Oregon.
Made to Order
This summons la served upou yon
by publication once a week for four
Legal Notices
(4 ) consecutive weeks in the Cen­
31 North Fir
tral Point American, a newspaper of
SUMMONS
general circulation, published In
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Jackson County, Oregon, by order
Medford
THE STATE OF OREGON FOR of H D. Norton, Judge o f the above
JACKSON COUNTY.
entitled court, which order w si
WALTER E. MB3SECAR,
tiff.
4 4 N. Riverside. Medford
vs
f
>
DAIRY RANCHES
Measure
204
M ed ford
128 E. Main St., upstairs,
Medford
llld g .
I rartlce limited to eye, enr. nose,
and throat and fitting of glaatte«.
Tel. «67
Res. 1018
F. W . Bartlett
T A X ID E R M IS T &
FURRIER
42 S. Central
Time Puymcnta for Remodeling
A ROOF FOR EVERY HOME
A PAINT FOR EVERY PURPOHK
Fire-Retardant R oofs bring
Lower Insurance Rates
Medford
Phone 24:t
FLAHARTY
G. J. Morris. Prop.
Real Estate
Food Served at
Oregon
Reasonable Prices
Betabllabe«! In your community
23 years
Crosley Radios & Refrigerators.
Spartan Raidos & Refrigerators.
Speed Queen & May Tag
14 South Central
Phone 300
Medford
Dr. I. H. Gove
A U T O LO A N S
DENTISTRY
BEE
COMMERCIAL FINANCE
CORPORATION
Medford, Oregon
410 Medford llldg
Medford. Oregon
Prince
D A IL Y ’S
Auto Painting
Expert Photography
Fine Portraits » K|>ecialty
Medford’s Oldest and
FINEST
Medford llldg.
Now is the time to
SIM OM /E
32 So
Bartlett
ROY CRISWELL
Expert Mechanic &
Body Builder
1740 N. Riverside
J. B. Coleman
Republican Candidate For
C ou n ty A sse sso r
General Election November 3, 1936
( — Paid A dv.)
A. C. Walker
Republican Candidate For
C o u n ty T re a su re r
JA C K SO N C O U N T Y
( — Paid Adv.)
< 5. R. Carter
Republican
Candidate For
County Clerk
•TROWBRIDG
Cabinet Works
'«!
Economy
Everything In Cabinet Work
Medford
Courtesy
Established In 1008
Medford
M M
General Election, Nov. 8, l»:t6
(— Paid Adv »
DAXI F. WITH DYNGK
At the
Oi
il.: 1 Gardens
. . . RDAl NIGHT
I' m « Orchestras
■I I Time and Modern
> »\ I. ADMISSION
Medford, Oregon
EXPERT
M ATCH .in.I
IFM I I C
LOW SUMMER FARES
EAST THIS WINTER!
R e p a ir n
Ai
"U ; .»1
•*»
'•*
C. Earl Bradfisl.
>>
B U Y OR SELL
See
L. G. Pickell
REAL ESTATE A. INSURANCE
J4 E. M i n
Phone 365
Medford
Visit
Harden’s Drapery
Shop
-plus a FR EE TICKET
through CALIFORNIA
Low firn-class roundtrip fires
to tht Last (as low as summer
e x cu rsion fares to many
points) are in effect all tbit
winter. These fares are good
via sunny California and the
balmy Southwest at no addi­
tional cost— in effect, a free
ticket through Califomié. Tot
example, the winter first-class
roundtrip fare from most wtst-
WEEKS & ORR Bldg. Medford
Keep Y our $ $
Every pound of Butter you buy at Snider » he p 1 cal
ern Oregon and Washington
points through California to
Chicago and back it $86, ex­
actly the same as the summer
excursion fare. Similarly re­
duced first-class winter fares
via California to other eastern
cities on sale daily until May
14, 1937. Return limit 30-days.
New, low coach and tourist
roundtrips Last via California,
with C-montht return limit, are
on sale during the same per-
................«at
“
iod.
Ask for details.
Southern Pacific
At H om e—
See your local t.P. agent or V * • 1. A.ORMANDY, (lam.
Pauenger Agent, 70S Pacific Lu.l . ng, Portland, Oregon
Inet.-y I.
r ' ■.' ■ i*
to bui.d up the dairy Industry in the Rogue River Valley.
.
»
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SNIDE. x’S DAIRY
P.Í0 DU E CO.
&
Independent Laundry and Dry Cleaners
1728 North Riverside Avenue
LAUNDRY
404 EAST MAIN ST.
8PK4TAI/Í
Medford. Oregon
DRY CLEANING SPECIAL*
Wet Wa«h .............. Lb. 4c Iodine Dre sea A Coats 75c to $1.25
Dry Wash .........
Lb. 5« Genta Overcoats ............75c to $1.00
Rough Dry ................ Lb. 7c Gents 3ulta ................................... 60c
Also Finiahod Work
Part*
40c
CASH AND CARRY PRICES
Repairing and Altering
Mattresses Renovated and New Ones Made
to Order
FLO W ER S M A T T R E SS & U P H O LSTER ­
ING SHOP
W e s te r n
MEDFORD
i ’rescriptions, School Supplies
Store for Men
Open Evenings
Medford
<
R a te
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1r h r i f t
to
• In Grar.H’r other's day a woman
had to spena hot days toiling over
an old-fashioned cookstove. This
is no longer necessary. The modern
housewife cooks v/ith an automatic
electric range.
All she needs to
do is set the clock control, place her
dinner in the oven and forget all
about it until meal time arrives.
No pot-watching, no hot kitchen,
no ashes, smeke or soot for the
modern woman.
Yet electric
cooking costs no rr.o.w than oid-
foshioned methods.
DRUG S ~ T O B A C C O S
Cut
W ILL H. W IL S O N ’S
t l N rren t
Medford
402 E. Main St.
General Election November 3, 1936
WASHING MACHINES
Studios
Graves Jewelry Shop
Medford
Auto Wreckers
Shangle
Watch and Clock
Repairing
Qualified by Experience
at
Sales & Service
131 W. Main R’ .
V a lves, Berrlngs, Rings, Brakes
Battery A K.etrlcal W ork
Have Free Check-Up of your ear.
202 N. Riverside
Tel. 1200
Reasonable Prices
Fick Hardware Co.
428 W. 6th HI.
A rt’ s Auto Shop
GENERAL AUTO REPAIRING
Medford, Oregon
Top Notch Eats.
Phone 151
Medford.
M edford. Oregon
118 s. Bartlett
R E A L T Y CO.
15 N. Fir
Telephone 601
For The American
Jackson County, Oregon
Ekerson
P A IN T & ROOF
Store
Insurance
FOR
In
To Your
Dr. C. VV. Lemery
Medford
Phone 47
Made
(Bucrtssor to Dr. J. J. Knunens)
236 S. Central
FARMS & CITY PROPERTIES
Good Bargains
Plain­
INEZ ME8SBCAR. Defendant.
TO: INBZ MESSECAR, the above
named defendant:
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
OF OREGON, you are hereby noti­
fied and required to appear In the
above entitled court and cause and
P E R L ’ S
Funeral Home
FO W LER & UPP
TAOE
r o n r r a m f r io a n c e n t r a i , p o in t , o r f o o n
VAIN and CENTRAL
under the big clock
Phon» 274 and Save
-
125 E A S T S I X T H
Phone 1874 and Save
Arrota from M M Co
The California Oregon Power Company