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CENTRAL PO I XT
A M E R IC A N
Ke-establUbed. September 13, 1928.
Devoted to the best interests of
Central Point and vicinity.
Entered as second class matter at
the post office, Central Point, Ore
gon, under the Act of March 8, 137!).
ERVANT and master am I; servant of those dead, and mas
ter of those living. Through me spirits immortal speak the
message that makes the world weep, and laugh, and wopder
I tell the story of Love, the story of Hate, the story that
saves and the story that damns I am the incense upon which
prayers float to Heaven. I am the smoke which palls over the
field of battle where men He dying with me on their lips.
I am close to the marriage altar, and when the graves
open I stand near by. 1 call the wanderer home, I rescue the
soul from the depths, I bpen the lips of lovers, and through
me the dead whisper to the living.
One I seive as I serve all: and the king I make my slave a.s
easily as I subject his slave. I speak through the birds of the
air, the insects of the field, the crash of waters on rock-ribbed
shores, the sighing of the wind In the trees, and I am even
heard by the soul that knows me In the clatter of wheels on city
I know no brother, yet all men are my brothers; I am fa
ther of the best that is in them, and they are fathers of the best
that is in me; I am of them.and they are of me. For I am the
instrument of Ood.
I AM MUSIC
Bis Months ................................. 11.00
One Year .................................. 11.50
Payable in advance
THURADAT, NOVEMBER l|, 1M7
NTRAL KOÜT. OREGON
ing between plaintiff and defendant
and for such other and further re
lief as to the court shall s-em
This summons is published in ac
cordance with an Order of the Hon.
Earl B. Day, Judge of the County
Court of Jackson County, Oregon,
Dated November 9th, 1937, the first
date of publication of this summons
being November 11th, 1937, and
the last date thereof being Decem
ber 2nd, 1987.
E. E. KELLY
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Address: 119 N. Central
38— Nor. 11, IS, 25, Dec 2
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE STATE OF OREGON FOR
ARTHUR EDWARD POWELL
WILLIAM W. COTTRELL, Plain
Editor and Proprietor
MAGGIE SHIPLEY PAPE and John
Doe I’ape, her husband, and Anna
Shipley Doe and John Doe, her
husband, if married, all the heirs
of T H B. Shipley, deceased; and
Mary G. Martin and John Doe
Martin, her husband, Lena C.
With the organization this week
Reuter Doe, and John Doe, her
of the Southern Oregon Civic Music
husband, if married, John A.
Reuter and Mary Jane Reuter,
association our people will once
bis wife, if married, Elizabeth M.
more have an opportunity to hear
Reuter Doe and John Doe, her
really great musical concerts. Time
Mrs Martha Booth received a card
The Past Noble Grand Club will
husband, if married, and Cordelia
was that all, or nearly all, concert from her daughter Mrs. Lacy that hold a hot Tamale sale December 2.
J Reuter Doe and John Doe, her
companies and artists visiting the they arrived in Fayetteville, Arkan Tamales will be served all day or
husband. If married, being all the
heirs of A. L. Reuter, deceased:
coast stopped off in Southern Ore sas Friday and they enjoyed a lovely you may take them home with you.
place will be announc'-d later.
James C. Whitt and Florence E.
gon for one-night stands on account trip with fine weather all the way. The
Keep this date in mind Thursday,
Whitt, and all the unknown heirs
of the long Jump from San Francis Mr and Mrs. Lacy left here Sunday. December 2.
of each, every, and all of the
co to Portland with .Medford about
Mrs. Eva Smith's sister from Port
above named defendants and also
The Cowgell family are moving land who aas been visiting at the
all other persons or parties un
half way. Modern transportation
home returned home Wednes
known claiming any right, title
facilities and the changing of the Into the Laureman house recently Smith
estate, lien, or interest in the
railroad main line east of the Cas vacated by the Kings.
real property described in the
cades has brought an end to all this.
complaint herein, Defendants.
But the Civic Music association is
Mrs. Henry Kilburn and mother
To Maggie Shipley Pape and John
being formed to fill this gap. We
Doe Pape, her husband, and Anna
feel It Is a most worthy project and Mrs. E. B. Booth of Ashland visited
Shipley Doe and John Doe, her hus
hope that as many as can will join. at the home of Mrs. Booth's son on
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
band, if married, all the heirs of T.
Only members of the association will Wednesday.
Notice is hereby given that the H. B. Shipley, deceased; and Mary
be allowed to attend the concerts.
undersigned has been appointed ad G. Martin and John Doe Martin, her
Those who join will receive last
Mrs. Lawrence Bodin is spending ministratrix of the estate of Thomas
ing beenflta because, first, You will a few days with her parents Mr. and Judge, deceased. All persons having husband, Lena C. Reuter Doe, and
John Doe, her husband, if married
hear concerts by world famous ar
claims against said estate, are here John A. Reuter and Mary Jane
tists, In your own community; sec Mrs. E. R Gleason.
by required to present same, duly Reuter, his wife, If married, Eliza
ond, because It is economical, coop
verified as required by law, to said
Lee and Wade Humphries spent administratrix at the Office of W.G. beth M Reuter Doe and John Doe,
erative and a splendid civic gesture:
and third, because it makes music Sunday at Prospect leaving early in Trill, Suite 9, Palm Building, Med her husband, if married, and Cord
a permanent, Integral part of your the morning and returning home at ford, Oregon, within six months elia J. Reuter Doe and John Doe,
her husband, if married, being all
midnight. They report no snow there from the date of this notice. Dated the heirs of A. L. Reuter, deceased;
this 28th day of October. 1937.
James C. Whitt and Florence E
but rainy about the same as it is
ItV “ IFFY THE DOPKHTKR"
Whitt, and all the unknown heirs
W. O. Trill
From the Detroit Free Press
of each, every, and all of the above
Att’y for Estate.
As between Henry Ford and John
named defendants and also all other
L. Lewis the average man in the
Mr. and Mrs. Ode Tucker receiv
persons or parties unknown claiming
street can ask himself one question: ed word that their son Edward had
NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT
any right, title, estate, lien, or in
Which one of them has best served
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN terest in the real property described
bis fellow man? How much work passed a navy examination and was THAT the undersigned executrix of herein, the above named defendants.
and wealth has Ford created for the now Petty Officer. He Is stationed the Last Will and Testament and of
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
people and how much has Lewis pro on the Tennessee at San Francisco the estate of Lydia M. Clay, deceas
vided? Also: Who did more to in but whose home port is San Pedro. ed. has filed her final account of her OF OREGON, you and each of you
are hereby required to appear in the
crease workers' wages. Ford or Lew Mr. Tucker has been in the service administration of »aid estate with above
entitled Court and cause and
is? Which one has done the most to
answer the complaint of plaintiff on
raise the standard of American liv for 3 M years.
and the said Court has fixed Satur file herein against you and each of
ing? Which one is least ambitious
day, December 11, 1937, at the hour
•Mrs. A1 Map!» left for an extended of ten o’clock as the time and the you on or before the last day of four
for personal political power?
When the history of this period is visit In Cottage Grove, Eugene, County Court room in Medford, weeks from and after the date of the
written In the o<“nturk>s to come Portland and Seattle. Mrs. Maple has Jackson County, Oregon as the first publication of this summons,
and set up the character and extent
which one will loom larger as th*-
not been well and this will be a va place for hearing objections, if any, of any claim you may have to the
benefactor of mankind?
thereto, and the allowance and set real property hereinafter described
iHoth of them were born on the cation as well as a visit with rela tlement of said final account.
or any portion thereof.
farm, neither with any advantage tives. Mr. Maple and »on Allie will
All persons Interested In said
If you fail to appear and answer
over the other. If only one of them keep bouse as Allie is not working estate are hereby notifiod to present
said complaint within said time for
could have lived, which would have
their objections, if any they have. In
been the greater loss to the world? at the time. Mrs. Maple may not re writing, to said final account or any want thereof plaintiff will apply to
turn before Christmas.
item or part thereof on or before
THE HIGH COST OK LIVING
Mr. Roy Jones received a letter
Writing In the New Republic,
Dated this 5th day of November,
Jonathon Mitchell observes: "Except from his daughter Vivian written on I 1937.
Naturopathic and Chiropractic
for war and peace, the High Cost of Sunday. She said it had started to
EVA D. TRUE,
Living Is now perhaps the liveliest
Acute and Chronic Dlaeases
Issue before the country."
W. G. TRILL
Electrotherapy Herbology, Proe-
To anyone who has watched leg they could »pare to Anna Spring!, j Attorney for ^Estate
islative developments during the They are now at the Eastern En- 28— Nov 11, 18, 25, Dec. 2
past two or three years, the present trance and will move to Anna'
Phone 170 Medford 128 E. Main
situation Is not surprising.
forty states have passed laws permit Springs after the snow Is very deep
ting price-fixing of trade-marked By seven o'clock Sunday .here
products by manufacturers. The Fed 4 Inches of snow. Four bears were! SON COUNTY
eral government has approved this fighting over the garbage and they Edith Frances Cougle, Plaintiff,
policy through the Mlller-Tydings were forced to use chains on their
Act. Also the Federal government,
Ralph Rowlev Cougle, Defendant.
through the Rohinson-Patman Act. car on their way home In the eve
TO RALPH ROWLEY COUGLE,
has outlawed various established ning.
471» E. Main
the above named defendant:
merchandising and diatribution prac
Across from Roxy
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
tices which tended to reduce over
Basket Ball season means Ball OF OREGON, You are hereby re
head and the cost spread between Band Shoes— The Men’s Shop
quired to appear and answer the
producer and consumer.
complaint filed against you In the
In othpr words, we have steadily
DANCE WITH DYNOE
Harold Rodenberger and daughter above entitled suit within five
Jacked up prices by law. until thev
are becoming clear out of line with and two little grandsons visited a* lication of this summons upon you.
the earnings of the people. No won the E. L. Farra home Sunday.
and if you fail to appear and an
der the High Cost of Living has
swer. for want thereof, the abov»
Jumped to the front rank of public
EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Middleton of named plaintiff,
visited over Cougle, will take a decree against
you forever severing the bonds of
Sunday with Mrs. Middleton's par matrimony now and heretofore exist-
Old Time and Modern
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Jones.
Advertising rates on application
Office— Second Street, off Main
Dr. A. R. Hedges
Steven*« Shoe Shop
the Court for the relief prayed for
in his said complaint now on file
And plaintiff will apply for
a deerta decreeing that each and all
of the claims of each, all and every
of the defendants herein are null
und void and the plaintiff Is the
owner in fee simple of the real pro
perty herein described, subject to a
contract of sale entered into between
plaintiff herein and O. P. Janes and
Mary Jane« upon the hereinafter
And that the above entitled Court
decree that non» of the defendants
herein have any right, title, estate,
lien or interest of any charactr in
or to the real property hereinafter
described or any portion thereof and
that it be decreed that th* plain
tiff's title in and to said premises
is free from any and h 11 claims of
any, all. and every of the defendants
herein and each of them and every
person or persons claiming in, un
der, by, or through them and that
said parties hav« no right, title,
estate, lien, or interest in or to said
real property or any part thereof
and that plaintiff have such other
and further relief as to this Court
may seem just and equitable, and
Judgment for his costs and disburse
ments against those defendants who
appear and answer herein and resist
the prayer of plaintiff herein. That
the real property referred to is In
Jackson County, Oregon, and is des
cribed as follows:
The North Half of the North
Half of the Southeast Quarter
of the Northwest Quarter of
Section 25. Township 38 South,
Range 2 West of the Willamette
J. A. Ormandy, Passenger Traffic
Mr. and Mrs Harvey Cass man and
Manager of the Southern Pacific and
Mrs. Gene Kverill attended the D A
PHYSICIAN * SURGEON
A S. Rosenbaum, District Passenger
V. and auxiliary meeting at Medford
and Freight agent, were callers at
New Suite of Offices
the American office Wednesday af
301 Fluhrer Bldg.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rostel left ternoon. Mr. Ormandy was on his
Res. Ph. 109-J2
Office Ph. 109
way home to Portland after a trip
for California Wednesday.
1-ee Pinkham who is driving a log
Old papers for sale at this office.
ging truck at Langles |s home over
Mrs. Coker is visiting friends and
Mr, J. W. Pruitt delivered a fine relative« here and expects to locate
looking crate of strawberries to the In Medford.
Jones Grocery Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Burns and little
Mr. aud Mrs. Everett Faber left daughter Sandra Lee arrived Sun
CLARENCE E MULFORDS
for Tacoma to attend the big foot day at the home of Mr. Burn's par
L. Rurnr |
ball game. They plan to return the ents. Mr. and Mrs R
Little Satidrs Lee was horn In the
first of the week
Ashland hospital and was only three
Episode 4 "Phantom Rider"
Mrs. Marshall Simmonds and Mrs. days old at this time.
Lucille llulhurt visited In Medford left for Corvallis to complete his
Sun. - Mon. - Tue*.
third year in the study of Forestry !
Mrs Burns, mother of little Sandra |
Martha Haye— Bob Burns in
Mrs. William Askwith of Prospect Lee, is a school tea-her and t h e v j
spent several days visiting her par will visit at the Burns home This b j
ents Mr. and Mrs Guy Tex while the first grand child of Mr
haying deutal work done by Dr. C. Mrs. R. L Burns and we know San-!
Sally Eilers— James Dunn
dra Lee received a royal welcome
Mr and Mrs E. V. King have
moved to Klamath Falls
The D..VV. wish to thank the peo
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Simmonds
entertained the following guests at
a dinner party Sunday Misa Leva
White. Mias Addle Bowlea. Misa Don
na Belle Parson. Mr Leonard Half-
hill and Mr. Slmmond’a brother».
Merle and Otil.
Rail Band Rubber* at Th* Men's
Bring A'our SPECIMENS
A. F. Adams
Ocean Caught Salmon
Deep Sea Clams
Qualman's Coos Ray Oysters
Fresh Umpire Clame
Aero«« from Roxy
4öö F„ Main
3 Nights a Week
Saturday and Sunday Afternoons.
Follow the C row ds for a good thne and roll on Chicago skates,
ART REIN KINO, Floor Manager
We have recently secured a stock of Used
Pianos which are selling from ___________
$50.00 to $2.00.00
Leslie Plum bing C o.
1405 N. Riverside
N e w and U s e d B ic y c le s
Sold on Easy Terms
Sinner vacuum Machines
w rin g e r
Hold Rented and Repaired
D. L ,
W. H. KLATT, Singer Distributor
W S. Grape St.
SANDWICHEH— COFFEE— CONFECTIONERY— COLD
DRINKS— CHTIJ— SOUPS— TRAY SERVICE
Open Late at Night
N. Riverside, Medford ■
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143 X. Ivy
Outxidr High Rent District
Buy your Bicycle from a Bicycle Store
Correct Dress Opens the
way to Greater Success
In business contacts and socially. Yen'll nev»r be ashamed
of your appearance If you w«ar
CLOTHES. INDIVIDUALLY TAILORED
Because they are made for you personally— |n correct style— to fit—
,n * ood Wu,t'*
sad hear* the refined appearance of th« well dress'd man
Price* are so moderate . . . for.ntmwlcaUv good values— long
wearing— permanent shapeliness— *aa* «„d comfort.
A Few I Deathrl for Snlt* and Overcoat* at Bargain Price*.
Wed. Site le Cent» NKe!
Now time to order your new suit.
Thur. • Fri.
ID E A L B IK E ¿ H O P
411 B. Main
“ We have Our
ple of Central Point and vicinity for
their royal anpport in the forget-m<*- i
| not sale. As usual when called upon !
for any worth while project they
were all present.
! The COFFEE POT j
“ North of
D. H. Findley, M. D.
ItO XY ©
Announcing the Opening of
FRIDAY. SAT. & SCN. NIGHTS
Meridan, Jackson County, Ore
Excepting therefrom the
East 20 feet lying within a pu
This summons is published and
served upon you und each of you |n
accordance with an order of the
above entitled Court in this cause
and dated October the 19th. 193?,
which directs that the summons'
shall be published in Central Point
American, a weekly newspaper pub
lished in Central Point, Jackson
County, Oregon, once a week for
four successive weeks and that the
date of the first publication is
November 11, 1937; that defend
ants are required to appear and an
swer said summons and complaint
on or before four weeks from and
after the date *f said first publica
W. O. TRILL
Attorney for Plaintiff
Suite 12. Palm Bldg
Huber, The Tailor
“ White Hunter’
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