Central Point American. (Central Point, Or.) 1925-1927, January 28, 1926, Page PAGE FOUR, Image 4

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REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Furnished by Jackson County Ab­
stract Company
THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, 192Ö
CENTRAL POINT AMERICAN
Christ, Q. C. D. $10, SE Sec 34 T w p
39 S, R 4 East.
H. A. Thierolf et ux to Arthur
West, Q. C. D. $1, Lot 2 Blk 8
Imperial Add to Medford.
Susie T. Neil et al to Frank R.
Neil, Q. C. D. e l, SEH . o f SW H ,
SW % o f SEH Sec 15, NW >4 of
NE !4 Sec 22 Twp 35 S, R 1 West.
Mollie T. Black to Dean K. Stacy
et ux, W. D. $500, SH lot 6 Crest-
brook Orchard Tracts.
William Fuller et al to Geo. J.
Wilhelm et ux, W. D. $1, H int.
in lots 18 and 19 Blk “ S” Railroad
Add to Ashland.
William Fuller et al to William
Windell, W. D. $1, H int. in lots
18 and 19 Blk “ S” Railroad Add to
Ashland.
George Adams et ux to Minnie
E. Holmer, W. D. $10, SH lots 5
and 6 Blk 4 Park Add to Medford.
H. G King et ux to R. F. Mont­
gomery et ux W. D. $10, Lot 3 Blk
8 Laurelhurst Add to Medford.
Ida A. Jackson to Newman L. Dus-
enbury et al, Q. C. D. $10, Lot on
Central avenue Medford in Broback
Reserve.
Ed M. White et ux to R. E. Car-
ley et ux, W. D. $10, Lot 9 Blk 2
Roanoke Add to Medford.
F. W. Centers to Harvey Walter
et al, W. D. $10, Ld in DLC 64 Twp
38 S, R 1 West.
E. E. Phipps to D. W. Duffy et
ux, W. D. $362.77, SW of NE Sec
28 Twp 38 S, R 1 West.
City o f Medford to William Lyman
et ux, W. D. $1150, Lots 15 and 16
Blk 2 Fabricks Unrecorded Add to
Medford.
Fort Hubbard et al to Enos Wall
et ux, Q. C. D. $1, Lot in Broback’s
Reserve Medford.
Lucinda Jane Hemstreet to Mary
E. Payne, Q. C. D. $10, Lot 6 Blk
12 Medford.
Mary E. Payne to Lucinda Jane
Hemstreet et vir, W. D. $10, Lot 6
Blk 12 Medford.
Mary E. Panye to W. IL Gore, W.
Dd $10, Lot 5 Blk 12 Medford.
Lucinda Jane Hemstreet et vir to
W. H. Gore, W. D. $10, Lot 6 Blk
12 Medford.
W. H. Gore et ux to The Pacific
Telephone & Telegraph Co., W. D.
$10, Lots 5 and 6 Blk 12 Medford.
Nora D. Brysen et vir to Fred W.
Webster, W. D. Ill), Ld in Sec 14
Twp 38 S, R 2 West.
W. F. Smith et ux to Raymond L.
Cornwell et ux, W. D. $10, Ld in
sec 19 Twp 37 S, R 1 West.
City o f Medford to William Olson,
Deed $1200, Lot 5 and 6 Blk 3 Wild­
wood Add to Medford.
City o f Medford to Harry H.
Markley, W. D. $600, W *4 of lots
17 an 18 Blk 2 Grays Add to Med­
ford.
L U M BBft
P R O D U C T I O N — FO R E S T
TAXATION
$100; in 1923 it was $1.50; in 1924 I ray, through taxes or otherwise, for
it was $1.70; in 1925 the rate was j any service which they receive.
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cut to $1.60, but this does not in­
NOTICE TO P A R E N T S
clude a special assessment o f $42,
A class for beginners in the first
000 for street improvements, which ¿rade will be started this year. The
would add seventy-six cents to the second term begins on Monday, Jan­
tax charges, making the preset rate uary 25. All children who will be
*2.30 against $1.25 five years ago, six years old on or before the f i f ­
teenth of February will be accepted
or an increase o f 88 per cent. The on Monday, January 25th.
increased tax revenue, beside» pay­
— it
ing for the electroliers, also accounts
H. A X L E Y , M. D.
for the surplus in the Lodi city
Physician and burgeon, 4th floor,
treasury which public ownership ad­
Medford Bldg., Medford, Oregon.
vocates attribute to the municipal
8tf
power venture.
Better repairing and recondition-
Neither Lodi nor any other city
: ing for less at the Independent Gar­
gets free electric lights. Consumers age.
adv
There is every reason to believe
that the lumber industry will operate
as satisfactorily in 1926 as it did in
1925. New building construction is
expected to equal that o f 1925, and
possibly exceed the past year, on
farms.
The various departments o f lum­
ber manufacture, from logging to
the finest cabinet-making, furnish
steady employment to thousands of
skilled and unskilled workmen at
good wages.
There is a strong movement in a
number o f Western states for ex­
empting cut-over lands ad immature
timber partially or wholly from tax­
ation. This is an endeavor to en­
courage the regrowing of onr timber
supply.
A glutted lumber market is often |
due to the sacrifice of raw material,
merely to avoid the burden o f exces­
sive taxation. It would be no more
than fair to exempt cut-over timber
lands bearing young growth that will
not mature for a great many years i
to come.
Abating o f deferring taxation up­
on all ages o f unripe standing tim­
ber, is as important to the whole j
country as selective cutting.
T. E. Nichols to Andrew J. Florey
et ux, W. D. $10. Lots 3 and 4, Blk
0 Central Add to Eagle Point.
John Painter et ux to Samuel C.
Collins W. D. $1050, Lots 5 and 6
Blk 3 Central Point.
35 S, R 1 West.
City o f Medford to Ralph L. Pol­
lock W. D. $485.93 Lot 1 Blk 10
Imperial Add to Medford.
William K. Gooding et ux to Ar­
thur Reed et ux W. D. $10, Ld in
Sec 16 Twp 38 S, R 1 West.
Arthur Reed et ux to Arthur K.
Emblem et ux W. D. $10, Ld in Sec
16 Twp 38 S, R *1 West.
Flora Morgan et vir to J. H. Col­
lins W. D. $10, Lot 7 Blk 2 Ross
Add to Medford.
R. M. Conley et ux to J. A. Con­
ley et al W. D. $10, Ld in Sec 34
Twp 35 S, R 2 West.
Chester D. Woolverton et ux to
Miles Gammill* et ux, W. I). $10, Pt
lot 1 Blk 2 Park Add to Medford.
Clarence H. Jerome et ux to Car-
old J. Parker et al W. D. $10, Ld
in Sec 6 Twp 39 S, R 1 East.
Carold J. Parker et ux to W. M.
Allingham et ux, W. D. $10, Ld in
Sec 6 Twp 39 S, R 1 East.
Oregon & California Land com­
T H E ' 'F R E E ” BUNK
pany to M. S. Johnson, Weed $25,
Lot 3 Blk 7 Gold Hill.
A newspaper which is an ardent
Lizzie Haines to W. H. Ahe). ? /.
supporter o f municipal ownership
recently said:
I). $10, 2-3 int. in N E '4 Sec 26 Twp
40 S, R 1 East.
“ The little city o f Lodi is the best
C. M. Mitchell et ux to James
lighted in California. Its thorough­
Lockie, W. D. $10, Ld in Sec 9 Twp
fares are illuminated by five hun­
39 S, R 1 East. •
dred fifty-three electroliers, or one
Gold Ridge Mining Co., to M. S.
electrolier to each group o f fourteen
Johnson, Q. C. 1). $10, Ld in Sec.
residences. The big thing is that the
34 Twp 36 S, R 3 West.
illumination of Lodi's streets is ab­
J. E. Guches et ux to Lola E. Mar­
solutely free. The only cost to the
tin, W. D. $1, Lots 10 and 11 Cook­
residents is the original purchase of
sey Add to Central Point.
the electroliers, the city installing
Naomi A. Montgomery et vir to
them and furnishing the lights with­
Thomas J. Hampson, W. D. $10, Lot
out charge. Municipal ownership fs
20 Blk 5 Ross Add to Medford.
the answer to the query of how and
A. W. Moon et ux to C. W. Mc­
why.”
Donald et al W. D. $1, Ld in Secs
It has been a well recognized fact
0 and 8 Twp 40 S, R 4 East.
for a good many centuries that some
George H. Kesteron et ux to A.
one “ pays” for everything fn the
W. Moon, W. D. $1, Ld in Sec 6
world.
There is nothing “ free” . I
Rnd 8 Twp 40 S, R 4 West.
One group o f persons may get lights I
Herbert G. Launspnch (Admr) to
without any monthly charge, but I
John A. Marsh et ux, Deed $932, Ld
they are not free— someone pays the
in Jacksonville.
cost for producing them.
B. C. Stock et ux to C. T. Morris,
Investigation o f the tax rate in j
W. I). $10, NW o f SW Sec 26 Twp
Lodi shows that while street lights
39 S, R 1 East
may be “ free” , t he "change” for '
John L. Rogers to C. M. Bunch-
“ taxes” has been steadily climbing.
annn et ux, Deed $1, Ld in Sec 9
In 1921 the tax rate was $1.25 per
Twp 39 S, R 1 East.
Flora E. Barnes et vir to Frank
W’ idner et ux, W. D. $10, Ld in Sec
13 Twp 37 S, R 2 West.
CITY CLEANING AND
S. S. Simons to Viola Simmons,
Deed $10, Pt lots 11, 12 and 15, Blk
DYEING CO.
City o f Medford to Kate R. Den-
6 Riverside subdivision to Medford.
Marie B. Bennett to Howard G. niston, W. D. $1000, Lot 1 EH lot
Ring et ux, W. D. $10, laits 3, 4, 5, 2 Blk 10 Queen Anne Add Medford.
City of Medford to C. M. Sims et
Blk 8, Lnurelhurst Add to Medford.
"WE A R E N O T S A T I S F I E D
Geo. L. Treichler et ux to Anna ux, W. I). $700, Lot 10 Blk 7 Queen
T. Kiersted et vir, W. D. $10, Lot on Anne Add to Medford.
UN LESS Y O U A R E ”
City o f Medford to W. E. Bunch-
South Oakdale Ave. Medford.
Oscar M. Shepherd et ux to Wil­ anan, W. D. $542, Lot 1 Blk 4 Nar-
liam A. Hartman et ux. W. D. $10, regan Add to Medford.
City o f Medford to E. A. Hicks
lai in Sec 16 Twp 36 S, R 4 W est
Phone 474 624 N. Riverside Ave
H. L. Jones to W. J. McCulloch et ux, W. D. $1000, EH lot 2, all
On Highway— Medford, Oregon
et ux, W. D. $1. la>t 10. Blk 6, lot 3 B'k 1 Roanoke Add to Medford.
City o f Medford to O. S. Newman
Lnurelhurst Add to Medford.
C. W. McDonald et al to W. Sher­ et ux, W. D. $550, Lot 6 Blk 2 Wol-
man Coe, Deed $2349, Lot 13 River­ ter Add to Medford.
City o f Medford to R. H. Toft. W.
side subdivision.
Frnnk P. Button et ux to Alex D. $58.04, Lot 3 Blk 2 Oak Park
Meter et al, W.’ D. $10, lait 7 Blk Add to Medford.
City o f Medford to Mike Shong et
4 NicUU’a Add to Medfo.d.
Scipione Trogi to Alex Meter, Q. ux, W. D. $1000. W H lot 2 all lot
C. D. $1, lait 7 Blk 4 Nickell’s Add 2 Blk 2 Roanoke Add to Medford.
City o f Medford to Edwin M.
te Medford.
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Effie M. Sage et vir to Oliver N. j Whit et ux, W. D. $550, Lot 9 Blk
Wilson et ux, W. D. $10, Lot in Blk I 1 Summit Avenue Heights Add.
City o f Medford to Roland H.
4, Galloway's Add to Medford.
Hubbard, W. D. $1, Lot on South
Arminda M. Purvea to George W. j
Riverside Ave Medford.
Trefren et al, W. D. $1, Ld in PLC
City o f Medford to Hubert Der­
«7 Twp 88 R. R 1 West.
icks, W. D. $1. Lot on South River­
City o f Medford to 1st Christian j
CAN S A V E M O N E Y B Y H A V -
side Ave Medford.
Adventist Church. W. D. $550, W H
ING Y OU R C A R O V E R H A U L E D .
lot 7 and 8 Blk 1 Oak Park Add SO ME D I F F E R E N C E IN S E R V I C E
to Medford.
So accustomed are people o f our j
F. lie Wayne Sprague et al to
Charles Camphell, W. D. $1, Lot 11 country to continuous telephone ser- i
vice, night or day. weekday, Sunday
Blk 1 Sunnyside Add to Medford.
N O T T A K E A D A N T A G E O F IT
Id« E. Clarke et vir to William or holiday, that it is difficult for
Roberts et ux. W. D. $10, Ld in Americans to appreciate that this |
( U s in g Genuine Ford Part s)
condition is not typtcay o f telephone
See 9 Twp 33 S, R 2 East.
service throughout the world. As a
C. W. Olirke et ux to Connie D.
matter o f fact, continuous service is
Clarke, W. D. $10, Right o f way,
exceptional in most foreign roun- !
INDEPENDENT
In See 9 Twp S3 S, R 2 East.
tries. Outside o f national capital.) i
GARAGE
Frank A. Glidden at ux to C. F. i and largest cities, all-night service
Garrison, W D. $10, lo ts 2 and 4 is quite unusual. In Germany and
C. T. G E N Z E L
Mace subdivision.
Belgium loss than five per cent o f !
(T h e Man Who Know?)
Abner B. Campbell et ux to C. F. telephone exchanges give uninter
Garrison. W. D. $10, Lots 3 and 4 rupted service; in France less than
We do
Bissau's Add to Medford.
one per rent. Still another feature i
A C ET YL EN E W E L D IN G AND
Hattie L. Bcrrian to II. L Jones. in European telephone service, is a i
W. D, $1, Lot 10 Blk 6 Ijtureikurst luncheon interval between 12 and !
BRAZIN G
$ p. m„ when many exchanges are
Add to Medford.
Carl L Davis et al to G. H. Gil- cloeed.
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SULPHUR — LAND PLASTER — SULPHATE
OF AM M ONIA — SUPER PHOSPHATE
(Mixed Fertilizers for All Special Crops)
M I L K M A K E — E C O N O M Y EG G M A S H — HOG E A T S
( A ll Pure— No Fillers Used— Best for Less)
PEERLESS— Thai exceptional baby chick Mash—
Baby chick Scratch— Purest for less— Every feed
for the Poultryman.
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