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About Southern Oregon miner. (Ashland, Or.) 1935-1946 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 25, 1935)
Friday, January 25, 1035
SOUTHERN OREGON MINER
One of our conference delegates are behind it." We doubt that Oils
said to the Japanese: "Any wea Ims ever bcca demonstrated tn the
The accompanying table, prepared by a Medford city official, shows the comparative indebtedness of pon is offensive when you are in case of a rolling pin. Weston
the various subdivisions of Jackson county. The table was compiled for use in the state legislature, front of It and defensive when you Leader.
is considering a bill that would enable districts to borrow funds from the federal government at low
Large accomplishments in for which
which would be secured by delinquent taxes At present it Is necessary for the sub
est rehabilitation and improve divisions interest
issue bonds demanding a high nite of interest to replace funds delayed through delinquencies.
ment were made possible during Perusal of to the
table reprinted below will give the reader an accurate emparison of assessed valuations, <ie-
the past year through the civilian
linquent taxes, warrant and bonded indebtedness of the various political subdivisions of the county. The
conservation corps, public works, ; figures
are as of July. 1934.
civil works, and transient relief
programs, according to the an
IH'bt Warrant Ind.
nual report of chief forester F, A. Jackson County .. Net Bonded
$84.145 34 $ 191,730 91 $ 275.876 25
$32.177.025 71 $647,995 33
Silcox, recently received by reg
$ 215.644 68
City of Medford
31.772 3 1 1,736,403 73
ional forester C. J. Buck. Port School
City of Ashland
2,538 662 90
included timber Central Point .......... .......
stand Improvement, reforestation, Gold Hill
insect and disease control, fire Talent ........................
hazard reduction and fire protec Phoenix .....................
tion improvements, control of soil j Jacksonville ............
147,0 12 04
erosition as a means of flood pre- I g^tte Falls
vention, recreational improvement
and creation of more favorable Rogue River ....................
conditions for fish and wild life. 1 Medford Irrigation Dist. 1,147,250.00
349.618 75 1,477.690 50
The work was carried on on nat Talent Irrigation Dist
ional forests, state forests, pri Eagle Point Irrig. Dist. 1.067,500
vate forest lands as authorized Gold Hill Irrig. Dist......
70 080 10
by the Clarke-McNary act, and | Rogue River Irrig. Dist. 176.000
private lands on which erosion
control was authorized by the
$5.783.510 56 $1.446.295 33 $6,147,292 .82
emergency conservation act. The
$8,457,733 95 $261,429.87 $1,828,240 16
$92.937 68 $ 444,937 66
U. S. forest service planned and
supervised 80 per cent of all work
projects handled under the CCC j
THE NEIGHBORHOOD t ill RUH the agency dares any motorist to
GEORGE BAXTER DIES HEBE
SUNDAY AT HOME OF SISTER
seek a tire or tube for his car
D. ELMER NOURSE, Minister. providing it is of the era since
George Thomas Baxter, of Salem
the invention of pneumatic tires
Church school, 9:45.
and Tillamook county, passed
Morning worship, 11:00. Special which cannot be supplied from
away at the home of his sister, music by the choir. Sermon, "The their stock in Ashland
Goodyear’s famous G-3 tin«, one
Mrs. Charles Blake, at 10:30 p. ni. Christian Way Among the Early
Christians." This sermon will be of the industry’s latest develop
With plenty of snow adorning Sunday. January 20.
ments, features a new flat, long-
George Baxter was born at
the Siskiyous just south of Ash Princeton. Canada, on August 17. of help to any who fe«'l that life wear tread and greater non-skid
is too much.
land, skiing enthusiasts of south 1860. Mr. Baxter is survived bv
Christian Endeavor, 6:3d-Jun- and safety advantages, and Clay
ern Oregon have been making several brothers and sisters, P. A ior-Senior.
comb’s stocking of the complete
merry, and the first aid camp, Baxter of Sparta, Ore., D. E. Bax
Evening service, 7:30. Good line brings to Ashland a new tire
over week-ends there. Last Sun ter of Spray. Ore., Mrs. W. A. song period, Sermon. "Going For- independence which will be found
day the Rogue Snowmen conduct Rex. Los Angeles, Mrs. P. L.” Fraz ward.”
both convenient and useful to
ed a ski jump competition, with ier of Salem and Mrs. Charles
A neighborhood church serving motorists of this section.
John Bayliess of Medford high Blake of Ashland.
the neighborhood in a neighborly
school placing first with a span
Interment and funeral services way. "Religion makes a differ
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of 43 feet through the ozone and were held in Salem, in which city ence.”
no broken bones.
Mr. Baxter was a member of the
Others placers included Carl First Christian church and of the
Ranstrom. Ken Denman. Hans Masonic lodge. J. P. Dodge and
Enzekl, Paul Lafferty, Ben Trow Sons were in charge of the re
bridge and Harold Woods. The
IIOI qi ET
Sunday gatherings are featured
By OUR KEVHOLE EXPERT
with hot dogs, sandwiches and
Two solid truck loads of Good
year G-3 tires and tubes were
MERRICK THORNTON and H.
received early this week by Clay S. HARRISON tearing down a
Other skiiers have been flock-1
ing to hills surrounding Jackson
ceiling with the aid of a crowbar
shipped direct from the factory and the king's English.
ville, northern California points
and Snowmen's hill, where weather WRECKING the Vendome hotel;
DEWEY sackett wondering
conditions have been ideal.
Arrival of the tires and tubes why they made printing presses
lumber and brick for sale. Philip
(febl) marked the introduction of one of SO hl’livv
southern Oregon’s most complete
FIRST METHODIST EPISCOPAL IMPROVED, irrigated ranches for tire services, Claycomb having doing the main stem.
I 10-oz. and
sale. 10% cash, balance easy stocked tires for all popular cars,
28-oz. pkg... W < w
Misery is said to love company.
terms. See F. L. Nutter, 2 doors
"The church with a friendly wel
north of Madden's Tire Shop. the local Ford dealer has been This seems now to be particularly
(febl) ! piled high with the array of big. true of a holding company.—Wes-
Sunday school at 9:45. Dr. G. W.
little and in-between tires and ton Leader.
Gregg, superintendent: Ralph Bill FOR TRADE OR SALE- Splendid
city modern home and '■* acre,
Junior church at 11 a. m. For
suburban boulevard, worthy of
the Juniors, by the Juniors.
your consideration. Suburban 33-
Divine worship at 11 a. m. Good
acre ranch, city modem house,
singing. Vital messages. Cordial
near Talent at very low price,
welcome. Pipe organ music.
terms and will take some prop
Young people's cbnvention at 5
erty as part pay. Five-room cot
p. m, with delegation from
tage brick foundation plastered
Grants Pass. Medford and Talent.
and good condition inside. 50-foot
ASK ABOUT OUR CRANK CASE SERVICE
Refreshments. Good fello«#fciip
lot. paved street, low cash price
Convention sermon at 7:30.
$700. Many other bargains to
AND OIL SPECIAL
Topic, "My Church." Everybody
offer by Staples Realty, 130 E
welcome. Try our welcome.
Main, phone 1.
Indebtedness of Political Divisions of Jackson County
Benefit in Northwest
Finest Food Market
SOUTHERN OREGON MINER
And Extends Best Wishes
for Its Success
Throng Sees Ski Race
Russells Place Sunday
W hite H ouse
Claycomb Stocks Two
Truckloads New G-3’s
In A Daze
SATURDAY, MONDAY SPECIALS!
DEL MONTE FOODS
First Class Lubrication
PORTER’S SERVICE STATION
for a Valentine Qift
A Lovely Valentine Special
Bushnell Perkins Studio
Bl N< II
EAST SIDE PHARMACY
15c GOLDEN STATE
CIGARET TOBACCO, 3 for.........
10c GEO. WASHINGTON
5c DUKE’S MIXTURE
50c CLIMAX CHEWING
5c STUD CIGARET
TOBACCO, 4 for.............................
9-oz. Flat Tin
(I. M. NO. 2
Del Monte’s New Item
LETTUCE—per head - - - sc
VEGETABLES—2 for - - - Sc
ORANGES—per dozen - - 19c
GRAPEFRUIT—each ■ - - 5C
CATSUP—14-ounce - -
PEAS—No. 2 - - -
ASPARAGUS—No. 2 -
COFFEE—1 pound - -
Del Monte Alaska Red Sockeye
SALMON—No. 1 Tall Cans..........
Del Monte ASPARAGUS
No. 1 Tall Cans.................
201 East Main
WE WILL DELIVER YOUR ORDER
East Side Market
Wholesale and Retail
PHONE 188—FREE DELIVERY
Man agemen t
STEAKS—per pound - - 12c
ROASTS—per pound - - 10c
STEW & BOIL—per pound - 6c