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CENTRAI. POINT AMERICAN
THVRADAY, DECEMBER a, i t s :
CENTRAL POINT. OREOOS
with an order of the
Mrs. Scott received word from her'and ^ . u t * » ‘ “ e^ and ^ t b e r ^ r e -
S i ■ accordance
hove entitled Court In this cause
TH E C E N T R A L P O IN T
ed. Now. however, fans are con- aunts Mrs. T. A. Marine and Mrs. e QUitable
herein. And plaintiff .will apply for and dated November the 2th, 1937,
SmaUer that they were visiting Mrs qThm summons is published in ao- a decree decreeing that each and all which directs that the summon*
Jo« Smolinski and Steve Strelich Scott’s daughter Mildred Merger and cordance with an Order of the Hon. of the claims of each, all and every shall bi published in Central Polm
«aged a wild-eyed melee In th< mid- Mrs. McCue at Chicago and having Earl B Day Judge of the County of the . R o d e n t * h w a t a u * null American, a weekly newspaper pub
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I., he'Court of Jackson County. Oregon, and void and the plaintiff is the lished In Central Point, Jackson
Re-ostabllahed. September 13, 192S. die event with Strelich winning on ;a fine time. They expected
„ to b* o a t«i November 9th. 1937,’ the first owner in
fee simple of the real pra- Connty, Oregon, one« a week for
Devoted to the beat Interest* of :'ouls after the Polish Palonka had at Mrs. Smalxer home in Pennsyl- ^aU) of publieatlon of this summons perty herein described, subject to a foor successive weeks and that the
•;one beserk in the third round
to vannia for
Thanksgiving- Mr. and being November 11th,
1937, and contract of sale entered Into between date of the first publication is
Central Point and vicinity.
and Mrs. T. A.
Marine expect to go :o the last date thereof being Decem- plaintiff herein and O. P. Janes and November 11, 1937; that defend
Entered as second class matter at batter Referee Earl Yoakley
Mary Jane« upon the hereinafter ants are required to appear and an
the post office. Central Point, Or«- Stelicb from pillar to poat. Pre- their old home In Canada before re- b«r 2nd. 193 7 E. E. KELLY
swer said summons and complaint
gon, under the Act of March 8, 1879. vious to the ending. Smolinski had turning here,
And that the shove entitled Court on or before four weeks from and
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Address: 119 N Central decree that none of the defendants after the date af said first publica
brought blood to Yoakley’s mouth I
herein have any right, title, estate, tion.
Mr. L. Hatfield and Mrs. Saund
lien or Interest of any charactr in
W. a. TRILL
Six Months ............................... 81.Ou through the duration of the alley ers visited Mrs Saunders’ daughter 36 -Nov. 11, 18, 25, Dec.2
or to the real property hereinafter 1
Attorney for Plaintiff
One Year ................................ 81.ft# brawl Yoakley and the Palooka at Dunsmuir Thursday. They also
Suite 12. Palm Bldg.
Payable In advance
that It be decreed that tha plain- j
were spitting and snarling at each motored to W olf Creek Sunday and
Advertising rates on application
report a delightful trip.
other like angry cats.
THE STATE OF OREGON FOR Is free from any and all claims of |
Office— Second Street, off Main
Phil Romano of Mexico City, a
any, all, and every’ of the defendants I
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Minnick mo JACKSON COUNTY
full blooded Azetc Indian, used a
WILLIAM W. COTTRELL, PI»1«1* ■ herein and each of them and every
tored to Elk Creek Sunday.
ARTHUR EDWARD POWELL
per»on or persons claiming in. un-
short-arm scissors in the first and
Editor and Proprietor
fourth rounds to defeat Popeye Pat
Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey and Wade MAQO.S 8HULEV PAPS . » 4 t o .
£& » * £
O’ Brien. O’Bbrien garnered a fall and Vernice spent Thanksgiving
Dos Pape, her husband, and Anna estate, lien, or interest in or to said
Shipley Doe and John Doe, her real property or any part thereof
in the second stanza with a body w,th Helen at Prospec,. They also
husband, If married, all the heirs and that plaintiff hare snrh other
Romano, making his Initial m0(0re<j to Elk Creek Sunday.
of T H. B. Shipley, deceased; and and further relief as to this Court
Medford showing, turned out to be
Mary G. Martin and John Doe may seem Just and equitabls, and
Mr. Arthur E. Powell
v tall, clean grappler with a large
Randle Gifford and Harold Peter
Martin, her husband, Lena C. Judgment for his cost« and disburse
Reuter Doe, and John Doe, her ments against those defendants who
variety of scientific holds.
son of Corvallis are on a mining
Central Point, Oregon
husband, if married, John A. appear and answer herein and resist
Dear Mr. Powell:
trip to Gallce.
Reuter and Mary Jane Reuter, the prayer of plaintiff herein. That
Trafic fatatlities have been re
hie wife. If married. Elizabeth M the real property referred to is lt\
duced in Oregon. May I take this op
Mr. and Mrs Hays who formerly
Reuter Doe and John Doe, her Jackson Connty, Oregon, and in des
portunity to thank you for the splen
ran the coffee shop are living in the
husband, if married, and Cordelia cribed as follows:
did cooperation you have accorded
J Reuter Doe and John Doe, her
this office in connection with our
Mr. and Mrs. James Firth of Cres Ruch district.
The North Half of the North
husband, if married, being all the
traffic safety program.
Half of the Southeast Quarter
cent City who spent Thanksgiving
heirs of A. L. Reuter, deceased;
Daily we study the statistics and
of the Northwest Quarter of
James C. Whitt and Florence E.
results of this work and I am happy with Mrs. Firth's mother Mrs. Spar
Section 26. Township »6 South,
to report that since last June fatal
Range 2 West of the Willamette
of each, every, ajid all of the 1
ities have been ateadlly reduced with
Meridan, Jackson County, Ore
a total decrease of 46 under the cor
Excepting therefrom the
Mrs. O. Bradovich of Klamath
IN THE COUNTY COURT FOR THE
responding period of 1936
East 20 feet lying within a pu
COUNTY OF JACKSON IN AND
Of deepest importance, however,
estate, lien, or Interest in the
FOR THE STATE OF OREGON
are the records of October showing ton.
This summqns ie published and
In the Matter of the Estate of
a saving of 8 lives and the first three
served upon yon and each o f you in
complaint herein. Defendants.
o tlia n t
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Day of Izora E. Stewart, deceased.
weeks of November when 30 lives
Notice is hereby given that the
have been saved over last year. In Portland visited at the
undersigned have been appointed
other words, on a comparative basis home Wednesday.
executrices of the will and estate of Shipley Doe and John Doe, her hus
and in veiw of increased travel on
band, if married, all the heirs ot T.
our highways as shown by addition
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Jones en- the above named decedent and have H- B. Shipley, deceased; and Mary
duly qualified as such and all per
al gasoline consumption, we can
The next thing to Y
point to a saving of 38 lives since ertained the following at dinner -ons having claims against said G. Martin and John Doe Martin, her
Thanksgiving Day, Mr. and Mrs. estate are required to present the husband, Lena C. Reuter Doe, and
I am sure you will feel as I do Chet Eide, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Yost 1 same, with proper vouchers, within John Doe, her husband, if married.
that this record is most encouraging. aruj p on Stanley
| *x months from the date of this John A. Reuter and Mary Jane
Here is a pattern to mark every
And it seems to me to demonstrate j
notice, to the undersigned at the Reuter, his wife, if married, Eliza
important date on your personal
what can be accomplished with the;
and Mrs Amick entertained ’ oifice of
K. Hanna, Room 6, 32
calendar—birthday, wedding anni
sincere interest, influence and whole
North Central Avenue in Medford, her husband, if married, and Cord
versary. Christmas. Like all Gorham
hearted cooperation of the press en
Jackson county, Oregon.
Silverplate, Remembrance pattern
listed in this cause, for I am confi in Grants Pass for Thanksgiving
Dated and first published Decem her husband, it married, being all
will look well and serve you well
dent these results are due in a large dinner.
ber 2. 1937.
through a life-time. Let us show
measure to the splendid attitude and
it to you.
Iva May Stark
action of editors and publishers In
Mrs. L. H. Smith enjoyed dinner
Olevia Bell Leuthold Whitt, and all the unknown heirs
26 Pc. Service for ........ $35.00
the intense fall campaign.
23— Dec. 2. 9, 16, 23
at the Farra home Thursday.
and $ 2 .8 0
named defendants and also all other
34 Pc. Service for ..
The generous assistance of the
persons or parties unknown claiming
58 Pc. Service for ........ $71.32
press has been a valuable contribu
NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT
any right, title, estate, lien, or in
tion In arousing public sentiment
Chest« or Tuckaway Roll Free
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN terest in the real property described
repeatedl y impressing upon the Mrs. Opal Haley spent several days
minds of readers the importance of In Eugene visiting at the home ot the Last Will and Testament and of herein, the above named defendants.
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
their sister Mrs. Bruce Powell and the estato of Lydia M. Clay, deceas
This unselfish service is recogniz family having their Thanksgiving ed, has filed her final account of her OF OREGON, you and each of you
14 S. Bartlett
are hereby required to appear in the
ed by those of us working in the
administration of said estate with above entitled Court and cause and
field of accident prevention, and on|^*nner w**h them,
behalf of this program and the D e-'
Barbara and Coyle Briggs were and the said Court has fixed Satur file herein against yon and each of
partraent of State, I wish to extend
week-end guests of Joan and Jim day, December 11, 1937, at the hour you on or before the last day of four
to you ray profound appreciation.
of ten o ’clock as the time and the
Elliott at the Elliot farm on the County Court room in Medford, weeks from and after the date o f tha
first publication of this summons,
Central Point-Jacksonville road.
Jackson County, Oregon as the and set up the character and extent
Secretary of State
place for hearing objections, tf any, at any claim you may have to tho
Mr. and Mrs. Minnick entertained thereto, and the allowance and set real property hereinafter described
Mr Minnick’a father and
mother tlement of said final account.
or any portion thereof.
FRIDAY, SAT. A BUN. XIGHTH
All persons interested in said
If you fall to appear and answer
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Minnick and his
• state are hereby notified to present said complaint within said time tor
Hatnrday and Sunday Afternoons.
Mighty little Jimmy Lott of Ala grandmother Mrs. Eaton Thanks their objections, if any they have. In want thereof plaintiff will apply to
bama provided the year’s biggest
Follow the Crowds tor a good time and roll on Chicago skates,
item or part thereof on or before
grappling upset last night in the
Medford armory when he battled his
Dated this 5th day of November,
A R T R H T im N H , F lo o r M anager
way to a two-out-of-three fall victory
over Hugh Nichols of Tulsa, Okla.,
EVA D. TRUE,
former light heavyweight champion
W. G. TRILL
of the world.
Nobody in Medford realized until
28— Nov. 11, 18. 25, Dec. 2
Inst night Just how good the ex-
We want to supply your Money
hlorklng back from Ole’ Alabama
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
really Is. When he fought his way needs without real tape or delay.
STATE OF OREGON FOR JACK-
to a draw two weeks ago with Bobby
ORE.-WASH. MORTGAGE CO.
Chick, another past light heavy
Edith Frances Cougle, Plaintiff,
Osteopath and Optometrist
411 B. Main
weight champ, local fans sat up and
Ralph Rowley Cougle, Defendant.
took notice. But still, Lott wasn't
General Practice, including Ob
TO RALPH ROWLEY COUGLE,
starles and Proctology
the above named defendant;
424 Medford Bldg.
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
OF OREGON, You are hereby re
quired to appear and answer the
complaint filed against you in the
' hone.tl, in that class, it was bell.v-
LO CA LS
Cook’s Beauty Shop
3 Nights a Week
Dr. I. H. Gove
New an d U sed Bicycles
Sold on Easy Terms
Dr. Geo. S. Jennings
A u to Fainting
BODY A FENDER REPAIRING A GLASS
220 N. Bartlett
Medford, Ol f gsn
AN 0 H K 4 .0 N H A N K
NERVINI* O R E G O N
above entitled suit within five
weeks from the first day of the pub-
, lication of this summons upon you,
;.ind if you fail to appear and an
swer, for want thereof, the above
I named plaintiff,
Cougle, will take a decree against
you forever severing the bonds of
matrimony now and heretofore exist
ing between plaintiff and defendant
Steven’s Shoe Shop
419 E. Main
ID E A L B IK E SH O P
Arrore from Roxy
Route o n Bake at
BROWN’S, Phone 101
Rebuilt Trector., Farm Implo-
menta A Machinery of *11 kind«.
At Bargain Prices
Coll and ere what we have
or Phone 20«
ROGUE V A IX E Y TRACTOR
A IMP1J2MKNT CO.
Hut. O n ly!
GENE AUTRY In
“ Oh Susanna”
7 “ Phantom
HUNDREDS OF STARS'.
“ The Hit Parade”
■»ItKKKVr Y O U It Y O I . X A T K I I S
W I T H T H E T i m i n ' IIA H I T
Youngsters soon acquire the habit of Thrift when en
couraged to save. For a «mall amount you can open a
Savings Account at this Direct Branch of the United
Stale National Hank— aa a Christmas gift for your Boy
or Girl. A handsome Rook Hank for home saving goes to
each new saver. We pay interest on Savings, yon km *.
Hi dourer* ¡2~t MUlioiu
GEORGE T FRKY. Manager
DWIGHT L. HOUGHTON. Asst. Mgr.
“ Internes Can’t
Take Money • f
We«l. Nite la ('ash Nite!
SPECIM EN S
We have recently secured a stock of Used
A . F. A d a m s
Pianos which are selling from
$50.00 to $2.00.00
143 N. Ivy
Outside High Rent
1405 N. Riverside
• Speed Queen Washer* A
o f the»
J. R. BIERMA
I niliMl Kliifrs .National Bank
ffem f (tfhee. Portland, O regon
Thnr. • Frt.
1« Bo Fir St
I I « N. Central, Medford. Ph.
f r ig e r a t o r .
HoM K^ntrrl and VU»p«1r*r1
A. B. C. ____
• Myern Pump« A Service
V K ia m O flA fra
P houe F W
W. H. KLATT, Singer Distributor
S. Grape St.