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THURSDAY, JULY I, 1837
CKXXRAL P O U T
A ^ g -n if-A w
PO INT, OREGON
foresight that are important iu this
Louis depot we saw the Uurlingtou
Mrs. Edward Wolfe who lives at
business. Having lived in Medford Boy Scouts Having
Probate Case No. OI 13
streamliner "Abraham Lincoln.’’ At the Sterling Mine reports that it
most of his life, he is familiar with
Notice of Sale of Real Property
Glorious Time on
10:00 a. m. we entraiued for Wash
IN THE COUNTY COURT OK
The latest system oi accounting the individual needs of Medford peo
Eastern Pilgrimage ington, D. C. in our special air con started to raiu Tuesday morning at THE
STATE OF OREGON, FOR
and modern bank pay windows have ple, which makes it possible for him
ditioned deluxe coach. Then we
been installed to speed up service to to be of greater service than if he
crossed the Mississippi River and
June 24th. 1937
IN THE MATTER OF THE ES
the customer by the Oregon and were an outsider and under the di
We traveled on the Denver, Rio entered
KNOWN AS KATE SHEPARD. DE
Washington Mortgage Co., Inc., lo rection of some headquarters far Grande Western railroad last night through the state we crossed the
cated In the Craterian building ou
from Salt Lake City to Denver Colo Wabash River and entered Indiana
Notice is hereby given that the
South Central, according to W. E.
rado. We arrived at Denver in the We stopped at Vincennes where the
displayed by his recent changes a de evening. During the day we went George Rogers Clark expedition
1 estate of Katherine, also known as
NOTICE TO CHFRITOKS
Shepard, deceased, ---------------
pursuant — to
The paywindows are fiuished in sire to keep up with modern trends through the Tennessee Pass, where started.
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF „ Kate
_ - —
i * v of
two shades of mahogany with a in business. He is now equipped with the highest railroad post office In, The ten states that we have gone THE STATE OF OREGON FOR 1 ° rdt’ r ®f tho
Jackson County, Oregon, made and
chromium streamline trim and glass the most modern system and fixtures the United States is located. The through in order are California. Ne- JACKSON COUNTY
IN THE MATTER OF THE ES entered on June 23rd, 1937, 1 will
windows. The door has been moved Out of all companies in this busine - elevation is 10,250 feet. We saw vada, Utah, Colorado Nebraska Kan-
TATE OF WILLIAM SMITH BLAIR from and after July 23rd, 1937,
flush with the sidewalk giving some that serves the financial needs of 98 Pike's Peak during the day’s ride.
sas. Iowa. Missouri. Illinois, and In also known as W. 3. HI.AIR, deceas at the Law Office of W. G. Trill.
Suite 12. Palm Bldg . Medford. Ore
much needed space to the interior, per cent of the entire population of
in the afternoon we stopped at ■ diana.
Notice is hereby given that the gon, proceed to sell at private sale,
which has been completely remodel the United States, Medford may well the Royal Gorge. Many of the Scouts
! uudersigued has been appointed by to the highest bidder for cash in
ed and refinishd. Private consulta be proud that it has a personal fi took pictures of
j the County Court of Jackson Coun- band, and subject to tbe confirma
tion rooms have been constructed nance office rated second to none." scenery. A r tspeusion bridge is lo
j ty, Oregon, as administrator of the tion of said Court, the real property
C L IM A X N EW S
across the rear.
I estate of William Smith Blair, also belonging to said estate situated in
cated high above the Gorge on the
Medford, Jackson County, Oregon,
as W. S. Blair, deceased.
The distribution of $19,450 from City Officals Enjoy
Mrs. Frank Hurst spent the week j known
top of the cliffs. The bridge is offl-
All persons having claims against and described as follows, to-wit:
160 small Ioane, recently made hy
Lota 3 aud 9 in Block 2 Davis
ciallv recognized as the highest sits-1end visiting friends and relatives In, said estate are hereby notified to
recognized as tne nigneei b u s ,
preseut same verified in the manner
First Addition to the City of
Mr. Thomas Is as follows: $872 was
Fishing on Rogue ctatly
pension bridge in the United States. Medford. She returned here Tuesday
Medford. Jackson County, Ore
used to purchase food and $871 for
It is 1,1)52 feet high.
'Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Wertz motor at the Courthouse, Medford, Oregon,
Mayor J. O. Isaacson, Recorder
medical services. $1350 was used to
J. F. MUELLENBERO
ed to Medford and to Central Point within six mouths from the first
When we arrived in Denver
pay rent and $1359 went to furni Guy Tex and Councilman L. Hatfield
publication of this notice.
were met by the Scout Exxecutlve ; Saturday.
ture stores. Auto refinancing took
Dated and first published, June Attorney for Estate.
$2889, fuel $380. business $165S, ing for a fishing trip above Prospect
34— June 24, July 1, 8, 15.
They enjoyed a fine time eating, also two Boy Scouts. Transportation dale, Oregon has been visiting her
O. W. NEILSON
clothes $1663, home Improvements
was arranged by the Denver Coun mother, Mrs. Viola Comstock, for
$350, legal $176 personal debts $291 talking and fishing. They report that
25---- June 24. July I. 8, 15
cil and they took us to Elitch's the past two weeks.
insurance $1085, contract refinanc while they caught some fish that the
amusement park All the boys en
ing $1609. taxes $200, moving $12,
joyed themselves very much while shingles to cover the outside of his
S afe In su ran ce at a Saving
aid friends $255, department stores
they attended the concessions and new cabin this week.
$1472, public utilities $457, car re Nebraska Couple
the various side shows. We left
Master Floyd Jones of Medford
pairing $385, Jewelers $599, gas and
Oregon Mutual Fire
Denver In the evening for St. Louis. has been a guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Buy Lumber Co.
oil $39, mortgage interest $22, real
Official Sale & Service
Frank Hurst the past veek.
June 25th, 1937
estate $300, funerals $800, and tra
vel $245, according to Mr. Thoma
was recently purchased hy Mr. and did their washing, socks, etc. We new son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bartle
A. R. Mathes, manager of Com
parts. All work quarantin'd.
LKLAN'D CLARK. Agent
18 North Bartlett Ht.
munity credit, Inc., of Portland says Mrs. C. Collins of Beatrice, Nebras stopped for fortyfive minutes at the| of Glendale. Oregon has been named
"The people of Medford and sur ka, who have arrived in Medford to State capital, Lincoln. Nebraska. We
j marched around the depot and prac-
Phil Wertz was an overnight guest
rounding territory are fortunate In take charge of the yard.
41 N. Front
Mrs. Collins is a daughter of Mr. | tlsed our various drills On the way of Frank Hurst Monday.
having a locally owned and managed
Medford, c *on
on Hay & Grain
Mrs. Mabel Wertz and Norma Jean
company like the Oregon and Wash
ington Mortgage Co. to serve their
The new owners expect to mak could see was a silver streak. At j afternoon.
personal finance needs. It is impor
tant to the borrower that an under Medford their permanent home and Omaha we visited both depots and
Dr. Heckman left Sunday for
standing of local conditions and In devote their entire time to the Lum saw a portion of the manufacturing Greenfield. Penn., where
and downtown districts.
dividual circumstances be considered ber business.
Join his wife for a short visit before
At 6:00 p. m. the same Friday.
For boiling out clogged radiators
Mr. W. H. Roberts, former effici
In the treatment of his account. W.
they return home. He traveled on
E. Thomas, manager of the Oregon ent manager of the yard, has been June 25th, we entered St. Joseph, the Great Northern going by way of j
A Washington Mortgage Co., has th e retained in the same capacity and Misosuri, for a short stop. While we Portland and Chicago. His wife hits
fiualiflcatlons of understanding and the stock will be increased to take were there we saw the house in been visiting friends and relatives
care of the growing needs of Med which Jesse James was killed.
there for the past six weeks. They
June 26th, 1937
ford and its trade territory. Th“
will return in a couple of weeks.
C L A S S IF I E D
After an all night slpep In ottr
same policy of efficient, up to date
service of this pioneer yard will be Pullman we arose in time to leave
33 S. Bartlett
the train at 7:15 a. m. The St. Louis
Insist On Delicious
Y.M.C.A. extended to us the larg"
AUTO REPAIR SHOPS
new swimming pool and facilities
charge and we all enjoyed «
Expert Auto Mechanic
Expert care and adequate insurance swell swim. While in the large St.
SP EC IA L PRICE
Hooper Radiator Service
l/OVE'S BARBER SHOP
Expert Hair Cutting
Central Point, Ore.
For a smooth shave and quick
Go to the
SQUARE DEAL BARBER SHOP
. W. A. Shell, prop.
ARISTA FUR SHOP
228 W. 6th
Second Hand Rebuilt
At Bargain Prices
Call and see ns at
38 H. Grape St.
Day A Nigh» Service
CENTRAL POINT BEAUTY SALON
Shampoo. Finger Wave, Manicure
CHEESE FAI TORIES
SONOMA VALLEY CHEESE
On North Pac. Highway
ROSS & ROSS
Candy— Tobbaco— Fishing
Willard Dudley & C o .
Eads Transfer &
l<ong distance hauling
25 N. Fir. Med.
______R e p a ir s — H a rn e s s
Next to Postoffice.
W. E. ALEXANDER
CENTRAL POINT HATCHERY
5 Blocks East of Cheese Factory
Baby Chicks— Leading Breeds
RAW LEIGH PRODUCTS
EDWARD W. JONES
_____ Central Point
Dr. C. W . Lemery
L. c Grimes
NIP A SIP SERVICE
_______ Richfield Pan A Oils_______ I
D A IL Y ’S
Paid for nil kind of
SCRAP IRON. STEEL. BRASS,
BABBIT & ALUMINUM
Medford’s Oldest und
Medford Iron & Steel
2« S. Bartlett
1133 N. Central
Watch and Clock
Graves Jewelry Shop
E X P E R T
P E R L ’ S
Katabllshed In yonr community
42H W. Oth Ht.
Sold — Rented —
16 S. Central
H O L L O W TILE
C. Earl Bradfish
ELLIOT USHER CO.
230 W 6th St
SLIP « OVERS FOR OVER
Designing, Drapery Making
220 S. (»rape
BUILD IN G U N IT S
C U L V E R T PIPE
SE W E R PIPE
SEPTIC T A N K S
j Pennsylvania Tire
EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT
W e are able to offer you
Having laid in a good supply of mate^ai« this spring before prlc-s
V e Din nera
raised, we are giving you the advantage
TR O W B R ID G E:
Cabinet W orks
Huber, the Tailor
\ n t to H a II Tribuni*
Now than may be possible for years to come
G O O D W O R K & FIT
! 1 /
When In Medford
Freshly Frozen Ice Cream
119 E Main
Tills I* a wonderful chance to sa»e money. Put new tires on your
enr now, and put the extra cash in your pocket. Buy one Prnnsyl-
2 sania Tin- at regular price— we throw in tin- SMPBd at half prise,
g Wc ke»-p jour old limes. Now y«*u can affortl the finest, < listoni
■ bullt tire» at a low price. |*-ss cash out of piur pocket. Long- i
1 wear. Come in today.
A U T O LO AN S
Old Time and Modern
Arute and Chronic Diseases
Electrotherapy Herbology, Proc
Phone 170 Medferd 128 E Main
IR R G A TiO N PIPE
Naturopathic and Chiropractic
DANCE WITH DYNOK
Dr. A . R. Hedges
W ATCH and JEWElStY
T Y P E W R IT E R S
Concrete Sand & Gravel
Established In IWM
M edford H id«.
402 E. Main St.
Everything In t ahtar« Work
1 raetiee limited to eye, Mir, none,
and throat and fitting of glWani.
PENDLETON A PATTERSON
General Petroleum Products
__________ Mobil Oil
P hone 80S
(Hurreeaor to Dr. J. J. Fminens)
TO P PRICES
NIP A SIP SERVICE
, s 5
Phone Medford 1732
34) I*»rtbuid Ave.
A Good Place to Trade
Groceries, Meat, Feed
Gage Motor Service
Rewound and Repaired
24 hr. Senio»’— Reasonable Rates
Dr. Geo. S. Jennings
General Practice, including Ob
stetrics and Proctology
424 Medford Bid*.
Phone 8 43
2U N. G rape St,
IV E. ALEXANDER
Construction Co .
Osteopath and Optometrist
M E M O R I » , OREGON