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C E N T R A L POINT A M E jU CAN
PAC K P O C R
T H C R S D A Y , J U L Y I » , 1987
C E N T R A L POINT, OREGON
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Carr and sot: | the County Court o f Jackson Coun-
Mrs R H. Heath suffered a m a jor
cated in the earth and it is supposed | field Scores more found space along
W a lter Carr and wife of Med- ty. Oregon, as adm in istrator o f the
that in a few more days it will also nearby roadsides
vacant operation at the Sacred Heart h ospi
ford celebrated the 4th at Ctescent t estate o f \\ illiam Smith Blair, also
be crow din g dow n into the pasture, j fields.
known as W. S. Blair, deceased.
All persons havin g claims against
Mr. W e r t i hopes that the Gods o f
supervised! as well as possible at this time.
.. . ! said estate are hereby
the underworld will soon desist from the parking of cars and city and j
Mr. and Mrs A. H. Milton,
Mr Max Brav of San
present same verified in the manner
C L IM A X . Oregon, July 8— (Spec
the,,- « U r n U M and stop the.r ro.,1- «• * • * • * • «
o r - had the B W fo r tu n « to have h i. leg and Mra. J oe Cox and Delores. Mrs provided by law to the undersigned
i a l ) — If the Inhabitant» of this com ishness because he doesn't want to «er. A loud sp eaker sy.tem kept th*
Hhalt#red , n a m otorcycle acc . Owlngs. Mr. and Mrs. Bodlnstab and at the Courth ouse, M edford, Oregon,
c l o v t r ' huge crowd in form ed o f what was
munity were the least bit Inclined to have anym ore o f
dent a number o f weeks ago. W hile family spent the double holiday at
m.o n,hhs fr0.i"
going on in the air and on the field.
be superstitious, they would
surely pasture ruined
he is still in the hospital he is rest- Crescent City,
Dated and first published,
The air show consisted o f
think that the Gods o f the under
ing easily and it is hoped that there
stunt flying by some o f the most ex
Mr. and Mrs. Sandy
G. W . NE1LSON
will be no permanent injury Max is
world were having a quarrel or do
pert fliers in the
and Charlotte left Tuesday morning
ing some rash thing, after
25-----June 24, July 1, 8, 15
There were both men and women pi
on a business trip to Portland.
well known here
at the havoc wrought to the hillxld-
lots and some
P robate Case No. 6 1 1 8
were performed. T h e show w ound up
ab ove L. H. W erts's cow pasture.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Murphy and
N otice o f Sale o f R ea l P roperty
Mrs. J. B. Morrison, Mrs. Bertha
by Tex S(eveng Mr an(j \|rs Geo Marine Nancy K ay accompanied by Mr. and
A huge slide o f uprooted
IN TH E COUNTY
CO UR T
Plans for rebuilding and restora with an exhibition of skill
OK OREG O N,
Monday TH E S T A T E
rocks and debris tumbled down tin tion are being made by the Medford Rankin, cham pio n stunt flier o f 4l>«lamj Gwendolyn, Mr. aud Mrs. T. A Mrs. H arry Powell
JA CKSON COUNTY.
Marine, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Merri- and
Tuesday camping on
slope, coverin g the fence on the up - 1 Domestic Laundry which
IN T H E M A T T E R O F T H E ES
man aud children Margaret and Her- Creek ab ove Eagle Point
KATH ERIN E.
per sloe df the pasture and extend stroyed by one of the worst fires in
bert spent Sunday and Monday
recent years in Medford. Besides the
KNOWN AS K A T E S H E P A R D . DE-
ing down into the clearing
Mrs. Lottie Gregory and da ughter CEASED
fifty feet or more. The slide was dis Murray's Beauty Shop and the Tri-l
Miss Lyle Gregory m otored to Cra-
Notice is hereby given that
Z oe ac-1
Mr and Mrs. G eorge Clark
and ter ^ ke yion(ja y
undersigned, adm in istrator o f
Mrs. Ted Hill, Iris and
covered early Tuesday morning but State Neon Sign shop around
C h e s t j r son Robert accom panie d
estate 0 f Katherin e, also kn ow n as
it Is believed that It took place Mon corner on East Main street,
were eompanied Mrs. Grimes,
and Oliver to Lake of the
day because men on the Wert* ranch | wiped out.
« • * “ ■ Mr. Charles Murphy . r r w . d » ¡ T : W
f c S
Jackson County, Oregon, made and
reported that they heard a creak-
KtatHd that a new ,(u,iding Tuesday evening where they will re- Mrs. Andrew Urup who are visiting Krlday from gan Pranciao„ for a
at the Clark home were shopping in g(t w|th hlg w|fe.H father and mo- entered on June 23rd, 1937, I will
ing, tumbling sound
day. wm m- erected as soon as p o ssib le. main for tw o weeks.
On Wertz Farm
In Near Future
L O C A L S
Central Point Tuesday
How ever, no on e investigated
In- ||Ut w i t h e r or not on the same loca-
Miss Arline Hay le't Tuesday ev e also jrls iled M rs J C a n c y Wilson.
cause it was thought that cattle wet'- t|0|1 kaM no( been decided.
ning for San Francisco
for a visit
trying to break in and dldn t 8UC* i meantime arrangements have
! made to continue business as usual.
Another slid - o f the same kind o c A tem porary offic e is being prepared
Mrs. W. P Wid ener and little son
curred about seven years ago in tin-
„ i “ 1 41,4
M“ ln ■treet-
f o « " ' Raym ond o f Cbttage Grove visited
lower end o f the eight acre c , o v , r , thc Sparta building
her brother, Mr. Harvey Cearley and
Claims for loss of garments
are wife for a few days, returning home
on your w ay East I
slide covered about tw o acres and |
I being received at the new offic e and Tuesday.
raised up a huge furrow nearly ten
1 will be paid in full, according to the ' ' ' '
feet high as if an underground mole
management. It is hoped that any-!
had been at work on a large scale, i
one having such a claim will p r e s e n t1
Insist On D eliciou s
It slid down over the county
same as soon as possible. All c lo th
and necessitated the rebuilding
ing in the laundry and Zortc Clean
the road in a different place.
ers was fully covered by Insurance.
People o f the community who are
acquainted with the nature of the
occurrence think that seepage from is available us usual.
a tiny lake, which fills with
water number is the same a »before, 106.!
Him to «PO
Twice as Much
L ost River
during the rainy season, located one
half a mile ab ove the pasture is an
Immediate cause o f the hillside's de
However the fast that the pasture Is
kept Irrigated all the time may have
a lot to do with it.
Above the slide, discovered Tues
day, two other cracks have been U>-
C L A S S IF IE D
AUTO R E P A I R SHOPS
JA C K LEES
Expert Auto Mechanic
BE A U TY P A lU iO R S
Early In the afternoon more than
1000 cars were parked around the
Expert care and adequate insurance
AR ISTA FUR SHOP
228 W. 6th
C H E ESE F A C TO R IE S
Kcvvound and K epalred
'A4 tir. Servire— KrsMHUhlr Ita 'cs
lor no e x t r a rai l f a r e !
Gage Motor Service
2 0 V G rupc St.
P hone 90S
Dr. C. W . Lemery
(H urceeeor to Dr. J. J. K m m ens)
201 M edford Bldg.
I ra< tier lim ited to eye, < «r. nose,
and throat and fittin g o f g U »*c»
Eads Transfer &
L on g distan ce hauling
fu el oil
P h one 8 1 5
25 H. Kir, Med.
HERE'S A W A Y u. dxa.bte d.<
variety ami imert»» ,»» y«yi ,np
East. G o .v wti, :«r .Nil . rn,c
Shasta Rmite tiin* r.iiti> n u , .*«
San Francis.» » n o « um «»„lids
two largest hri<i#cS J,.«-, I m re
a while iti L»** An^cic. m d,e
heart of Souihr.it v^aiii.Miii.i s
go East thru rt it picturesque
South*est, along the h-xilerlanJs
of Old Mexico. Return West on
your choice of northern line
trains. Y'ou'll see twice as much
scenery, twice as many places,
have twice as much fun.
And the cost ¿From most western
Washington ami Oregon points
the cost is no more than a trip
straight East ami back! Here are
examples of our bargain East-
thru-Califomia round trips:
F irrt Class
IM PLEM EN TS
W E ALEXANDER
McCormick-Deer in g Agent
Repairs — Hat ness_____
S C R A P IRON, ST E E L . BRASS,
R A im iT A ALUMINUM
8 9 S. Bartlett
GIUS E ltY STORES
E X P E R T
Groceries, Meal, Feed
Cow ley Bldg.
Solti — llcn ted — Repaired
ST AN D ARD
PO R TA B LE S
SI P P M ES
HARDW AR E STO R ES
W E ALEXANDER
H A T C H E R IE S
C E N T R A L POINT H A T C H E R Y
5 Blocks East o f Cheese Factory
Baby C h ic k s— Leading Breeds
UNDER W OOD
ELLIO T F IS H E R CO.
230 W. 6th St
402 E. Main St.
Established In y ou r com m u n ity
P h one 47
428 W. 6th St.
M edford. O regon
PENDLETON ft PATTERSON
General Petroleum Products
16 S. Central
H O L L O W TILE
C. Earl Bradfish
SLIP C O V E R S FOR OVER-
S T C F F E I) F U R N ITU R E
Designing, Drapery Making
220 8 Orape
N aturopathic and C h iropra ctic
Acute and Chronic Diseases
Electrotherapy H erbology,
P r oc
tology X -R a y
Phone 170 Medferd 128 E. Main
D ANCE W IT H D YN OE
E V E R Y SA T U R D A Y
T w o O rchestras
O ld Tim e am ] M odern
O N E ADM ISSION
M e llo n i, O regon
BUILD IN G U N ITS
IR R G A T iO N PIPE
E veryth in g In C s b lw t
E sln b .u h ed in Itfnn
X e »l I « Mail Tribune
SEW ER PIPE
SEPTIC T A N K S i
♦ ♦ ♦;> o
A A. A A. A. A. A A ♦ ♦ A > ♦ > «
A S U SU A L
404 E A S T M A IN ST.
Freshly F re ie n Ice Cream
Huber, the Tailor
C U L V E R T PIPE
( a r m s , fr,.in s p a r la
B ld g .)
P h one 9IS
W e w ill a p p r e c ia te h a v in g a ll * h o h a v e
C U STO M E R S AR E BEING SERVED
W hen in M edford
raised, we are giving you the advantage
G O O D W O R K & FIT
Dr. A . R. Hedges
Having laid in a good supply of materials thl« spring before price-,
NIP ft SIP S E R V IC E
Richfield Gas ft Oils
and J E W E L R Y
Now than may be possible for years to come
STATIO N S
P E R L ’ S
E D W A R D W. JONES
ASSO CIATED S E R V IC E
L. C. Grimes
Concrete Sand & Gravel
W e are able to offer you
RAW I.KIGII PRODUCT'S
SE R V IC E
Graves Jewelry Shop
SIP S E R V IC E
on Hay & Grain
Phone I »
1155 N. Central
U N D ER W O O D
T Y P E W R IT E R S
Watch and Clock
Medford Iron & Steel
Next (o Postoffice.
F A B E R 'S M A R K E T
A C.ooti Place to Trade
See us f o r Fir e Insurance
Ihtld fo r ail kind o f
FIN E ST
LKLAN'D C L A R K . Agent
19 N orth K artlett 8t.
M edford, Ore.
P h on e 1 4 9 «
D A IL Y ’S
M edford's Oldest and
(In co r p o r a te d )
Phom* M rd io n l 1732
.1« Port lami A i r .
M fd fo rd
genu in e
D A W S O N ’S
See local S P. agent o r w rite J. A.
O R M A N D Y . Gen P ass A g en t. 622
Pacific B uilding. Portland, O regon
P h on e 2 6 8
44 N. Front
M edford, C .# on
a n d O p to m e tris t
General Practice. Including Ob
stetrics and Proctology
424 Medford Bldg.
Phone 84 3
parts. .All w ork qu aran teed.
Ail principal S.P. trains are
O s te o p a th
FLO O R SANDING
In su rance at a Having
Oregon Mutual Fire
O fficia l Sale & Service
Chicago $ 66.00 $ 68.80 $57.35
Now York 134.50 101.20 * 89.75
Dr. Geo. S. Jennings
Da> A Night Service
T our is*
•Coach bet. C hicago and N ew York
T O P PRICES
< NINFEI TIO N K H Y
SONOMA V A L L E Y CHEESE
FAC TOR Y
On North Par. Highway
ROSS & ROSS
Candy— T ob b a r o
Second II. in, I R ebuilt
FARM IM PLEM EN TS
At Bargain Price#
Call and see ns at
89 S. G rape St.
Willard Dudley & Co.
C E N TRA L POINT BE AUTY SALON
Shampoo, Finger Wave, Manicure
An estimated th rong o f
5000 persons cram m ed
M edford airport Friday afternoon to
witness the sky show of the Oregon
Air tour which opened its ten-city
visit in Medford Friday.
For a smooth shave and quick
Go to the
SQ UARE DEAL B A R B E R SHOP
W. A. Shell, prop.
V I -. - o m r i " ' *
o f W. G. Trill.
Suite 12, Palm Bldg., M edford. Ore
had been visiting for tw o weeks at gon, proceed to sell at private sale,
to the highest bidder for cash
the Powell home.
hand, and su bject to the c o n f ir m a
tion o f said Court, the real property
belongin g to said estate situated in
Medford, Jackson County,
and described as follow s, to-w it :
Lots 3 and 9 in Block 2 Davis
First Addition to the
City o f
NOTICE TO CK K DITO K S
M edford, Jackson County, Ore
IN T H E
TH E S T A T E
J. F. M U E L L E N B E R G
JACK SO N COUNTY
A dm in istrator
IN T H E M A T T E R
OF T H E ES W. G. T R I L L
T A T E OF W IL L IA M SM ITH BLA IR Attorney f o r Estate.
also kn ow n as W S. B L A IR , deceau- 34— June 2 4 f July 1, 8, 15.
Notice is hereby given that
undersigned has been appointed by
5000 Jam Airport
For Skv Show
I j OVE'M b a r b e r SHOP
( Form erly aleason 's )
Expert H h I t Cutting
Contra! Point, Ore.
ther, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. P o w e i f Mrs.
Murphy and daughter
o f the flrr rail . . c a r t, . .
A U T O LO A N S
(C O M M E R C IA L F IN A N C E
I X iR P O R A T IO N
M e d fo r d , O n g o a
Same Phone 166