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T H l IM PA Y . m K P T K M B E H f l » ,
CK X TRAL POINT
Hapix'uiuK» That Affect
ner ralla, Diyldend Check»
Dills of Kverjr Individual.
and Iateraatioaal Problem»
able from Local Welfare.
C B S T H A L POLTT. ORMOOX
with almost 4.5 ner « ..t
Population, received onIy ' ' f 2
T , thos- who rema’u mint
nly 135 Per their own chances
Tu a m i r »
cent of the farm income and w „
° W" ch*nfM
V.rglnia, with 1.77 per cent 0. t ,. , 2
fr° m ,he d»y wh,v' ,h Umit-
farm population, got i * - than s
u b ;
° t0 aim
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extremity to protect our foreign in-
cent of the farm income.
vestments Various newspaper polls
Increases In agricultural inc„ me Indicate that this new policy is over
for thia year will likewise Tary whelmingly favored by the bulk of
widely over the states. Greatest in- citlsens.
cre»se— In excess of 11 per c-n t—
"HI be found In the Middle West
ern state, »„eh ,» th» DakoUs
Iowa and Kansas. These states
" HEREA8: the gate» 0f Heaven
were the most severelv
hit bv have »K*ln swung ajar, to receive to
drought As a result, gains of sere- ; Aer eternal home our beloved sister,
ral hundred per cent may bc regil,. Pearl MoBrlde and whereas, our
tprod in some. Inasmuch as they pro- j sister will be greatly missed from
' med relatively nothing during Aer place In our great order, where
eonie of last year's crop seasons.
she was held in high esteem, there
In the Western and Southwestern
BE IT RESOLVED: that we ex
states, one or two of the Atlantic
Seaboard states, and part of the tend a Fraternal hand in sympathy.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED!
Northeastern group, farm income H
expected to show rises of from 6 per
cent to 10 per cent.
i n Western
California, Western Oregon and
Western Washington, parts of a few
other state* and almost the entire
South, improvement will range from
1 per cent to 5 per cent iH a small
group of states, there will be de
clines in farm income of from 1 per
cent to 10 per cent.
I*AUK r n w
that our Charter be draped foi
thirty day» In her memory.
UK IT FURTHER
that * x a copy of thia rcsolulou b< ■ o
to the btreavtd family A ropy b-i
aeut to our local paper and a copy
be filed on the minute» of title meet
Even as agriculture is dependent
Roy Jone» ha» completed » very
on industry to absorb the products
attractv» addition to his home In th*>
of the farm, so is the urban United
form of another room.
States vitally dependent on rural,
Mr. Henry Borah and Arthur U n
farming America to provide a gigan
were In a car accident Tuesday
tic market for the products of its
evening. No one was hurt but both
factories— everything from pins to
cars were damaged.
As a result, it is as importaut to
Mrs. Swart* ha* been very sick
industry and finance as to agricul
•th th» flu hut 1» much better at
tural America itself to have some
reasonably accurate Idea of what
farm Income iu the immediate fu
ture will be; what change, if any,
has occured in farm operating ».osis
that would affect net Income; what
farming states will be the most pros
perous and so constitute the largest
and most profitable market for
manufactured goods, etc. Business
t w ic e as much
Week has recently made a hightly
inclusive report on “ The Farm Mar
Thus thg future of agriculture is
ket Today— and Tomorrow."
bright. Even so, at the next session
This will be the best agricultura of Congress there will be a flood of
year, from the point of gross income, new legislation designed to help th'-
since booming 1929. This does not farmer and some of it may pass.
When you go Fan-thru-Cali forma ttnl mort rail fart that a trio
mean that the agricultural situation Business Week forecasts that puni
you may rid* *uch celebrated Itraighl Bail and ba,k (to n.o.t
train» a« the new delux» Canada-
is vastly improved in every phase— tive crop control legislation will
pointa). When vou go Fatt thru-
•he million dollar Daylight; th« California you douhlt th» variety
some crops will command lower probably become law, and there is
•t reamlmer«. City of Sam Prate b ro
and Interest of your trip, rid*
prices and in some states Improve always the chance that a more in
or Forty-Sintt; Suniet Umllad; famoua tr*ina,
twice a» muth
ment has been relatively slight. But clusive “ ever-normal granary" plan
the new rnarh-roumt Californian «entry, twice a« many place» and
and many another fine, fait train have twice ai much fun. Here are
looking at agriculture as a whole, will be put into effect. Secretary
between California and th» Eaat example« of rmindtrip fare» from
1937 should produce the first really Wallace strongly favor* this scheme.
over our Four Scanic Route«.
Y our Electrical Servant
n»o»t wettern Oregon point»
good farm market of eight years.
Recent war activities have served
But »uperh train» ar» not «11—
Flr*t CI 9 9 9 Toun* Cnarh
The farmers cash income from
CttlCACO »86.00 »08.80 »57.38
The California Oregon Power
•nd Lo* Angeles on rhe going or Correspondingly low fare« to
crop and livestock marketing ig es the attitude of sotne of the major
returning journey for not on*
mo»t other Pattern demnaiion».
timated at $4.750.000,000 for the powers toward their inter sts In
period from August 1 to January 1, foreign countries. The United States
193$, as compared with $4.375,000,- is gradually adopting the view tint
000 in the same p riod a year ago in case of hostilities abroad, we will
a gain of about 8 per cent. This evacuate the citizens who wish it
figure does not include + Federal
benefits which will be approximately
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10 per cent of the farmers' total
cash Income and will probably come
to almost $200,000.000 as against
$138,000,000 in the comparable
period of 1936. Consequently, total
gross farm cash income will not be
far from $5,000,000,00(1 In the six-
Other factors beside higher In
come will exert a beneficial in
fluence on agricultural purchasing
power. The farm mortgage debt is
about one and three-quarters bil
lions less than It was in 1929. In
terest rates have registered a de
cline and the carrying charge of this
debt is now about $400,000,000, as
against $700,000,000 in 1929. The
1937 farm tax bill will be more than
$150,000,000 under 1929 and farm
wages, though they have shown a
20 per cent rise in the past year and
a half, are one-third less than in
Taking all advantages into con
sideration, the amount of cash th°
farmers will have to spend this year
may total $6,600,000.000. as com
pared with 1929 spending of $6 -
260,000,000. Lastly, the purchas
ing power of the dollar is still ma
LOW MILEAGE, GOOD RUBBER
TRI NK. BED, HEATER. RADIO. LOW MILEAGE
1/UiHH AND RUN* M K F NEW
terially greater than It was.
N.A.D..A. *17 0. DO
Farm income, obviously, is not di
vided evenly on a per capita basis
over the farming states. For exam
A FINE. M E A N LITTLE f »R
ple, taking the latest available fi
VERT FEW HII.E h . FINE RADIO, HEATER. 4 4,HT
NEW TIRF.H, GOOD PAINT, RUN WELL
gures, California, with less than 2
N.A.D.A. **.V». oo
W EEL OVER A THOUSAND DOLL IR *
per cent o f the country’s farm po
pulation, last year received 7.58 per
rent of the farm income. Iowa, with
NEW PAINT, W ILL NERVE *4,4 IONG AND W E LL .
IT WON'T LAUT AT
3 per cent of the farm population,
TRI NR, f -R M -l NG GEAR. (/M d I RI TIRE R. BED
WITH TRUNK. NEW TIKF.H. HPOKTLIGHT,
received 7 43 per cent of farm In
come. By comparison. Alabama,
N .AIl.A. S.VKS.OO
FAMOUS TR NS
That tired, dull feeling
may be due to eyestrain.
Be sure you have correct
light to take care of the
only pair of eyes you
Walter W. Abbey Says: “Clean ‘em Up!” and
HERE TH EY GO!
PRICES ARE DOWN AND THE QUALITY IS UP. THE BEST SELECTION OF USED CARS EVER
OFFERED TO THE PEOPLE OF THIS VALLEY, A T PRICES YOU CAN’T AFFORD TO PASS UP.
with every car that »ells for over two hundred dollars we will give absolute
ly free 50 Gallons of Gasoline, enough to run your cAr for two months, and our prices are not raised to cover
this. This offer good until the close of business September 30th.
Look these over—Then come to Abbey’s
’34 OLDSMOBILE COACH
’36 NASH Ambassador Sedan
’ 36 CHEV. TUDOR with trunk
Our Price $485.00
’35 V-8 FORD COUPF.
’37 LAFAYETTE COUPE
A Steal at $578.00
’33 CHEV. COACH with trunk
Our Price $415.00
’35 MASTER CHEV. TUDOR
A. E. Dodson, M. D.
PH TSW TA N A M U G R O N
Phon* A l«
Ph ipps R Mg.
Our Price $525.00
’34 FORD DELUXE FORDOR
HEATER. RADIO. FINE SHAPE
M B **«
Our Price $395.00
’35 HUPMOBILE FOUR DOOR
l>OW MILEAGE. FINE roNDITTON
N.A.D. A. « V .J H I
Our Price $535.00
’30 MODEL A FORD TUDOR
GOOD TEA NHPORT 4T10N .
N.A.D. A. * 1 7 * .« *
F a d s Ha»
H a r o l d
w r ig h t *
“ Secret Janey“
TWO O f THEM IN GOTiO Kl NNINO «HAPE.
$125.00 each get ’em quick
Dawsfl— Clair* Trwvev
“ Star For A Night"
I» r q s »
Thaw«.. F r i
J *.«a ts a d r tl— Carat
i s t l i a — F raal
M K F NEW IN E V ER T W A T . BEAT EVER
’35 PONTIAC, 25,000 MILES
4 LE A N AH A PIN
NEW T IR E * AND PAINT
RADIO, H EATER. TRI NK. NEW TIRE*
’36 PLYMOUTH COUPE
A BARGAIN AT
’30 VIKING Sport Cahrolette
H O T 4/4 FRH A ILED
A EINE EA*T «PORT 4 AR
FtWT I.IKF A NEW ONE.
’31 NASH LIGHT EIGHT Coupe
G4EH» T IR E *, NEW TOP
’32 STUDEBAKER FOUR DOOR
’35 WILLYS FOUR DOOR Sedan
r/«4«4>1f|4 AI. AND D * p y « D A B « E .
*34 Plymouth Deluxe 4-door sedan
NEW TIR E *
30 BUICK Fr/ur l)e*e*r Sedan
t D l : - f IT rfH IÜ Ö » NEW TIR E * E IN* WOTOR
4 R E A ! TIFT L * IR FOR
a w o r m » r t r tr * r * . * r * % * 4 i * r r
Plenty of cheap ones from $35 to $100.00
« p r n d e .
And don’t forget with each car over $200.00 a credit good for fifty gallon9 of gatolw e whenever you want it.
50 GALLONS OF GASOLINE GIVEN FREE!
“ Polo Joe”
T w ..
’31 FORD SPORT ROADSTER
’36 PONTIAC SIX COUPE
V fT A B*G I IK 81 7 « ( O i * ONE
Our Price $170.00
’29 MODEL A FORD SEDAN
wirk Rickard ArU n
’36 LAFAYETTE TUDOR
Worth every cent of $375.00
’29 CHEV. TWO DOOR SEDAN
NEW USED CAR LOT AT THE SOUTH END OF BARTLETT STREET ON NINTH. OPEN EVENINGS
AND SUNDAYS. DRIVE IN ANYTIME.
WALTER W. ABBEY INC.
NASH— LAFAYETTE DEALERS IN MEDFORD
3 Men On A Horte’
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Ninth and Bartlett,