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About Central Point American. (Central Point, Or.) 1925-1927 | View This Issue
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1926
SUTHERLIN FARMER HA5 COOD around the world w ithout danger of
LUCK W ITH MINT CROP
loss of life in a steam train accident.
The prosperity of our nation can A. B. Brown of Sutherlii*, the first
not be doubted, .vhen we learn from farm er to attem pt the cultivation of
the American Bankers association mint in this section, was very succ
there are 43,850,127 savings- essful in his venture this past season.
The following farts and statem ents regarding the proposed new high
school building are presented for the purpose of giving every one as much bank depositors in the country, who From two acres he sold $2400 worth CAN SAVE MONEY BY HAV-
inform ation as possible regarding the present school situation and the need have $23,000,000,000 to their of roots and received $585 per acre
1NG YOUR CAR OVERHAULED,
for a building. The Br.'nrd feels most sincerely that there is need for a credit.
for the distilled product.
new building. The conditions have been studied carefully and investiga Reedsport — Construction begins This was not Mr. Brown’s first
tions, meetings with architects, and consultations with school authorities, on Umpqua mills railroad spur. Mills year at the business however, as he
have been going on for over two months. We have attem pted to consider
had raised it with more or less succ
carefully every side of his question and not to arrive at any hasty con are to open about March
clusions. We believe that the proposed bond issue is the best way to meet j Bandon— 80,000-yard fill is ord ess in the Lebanon section.
the situation. We submit it therefore to the people for their conridera- | ered fa r local port.
order to have the m int distilled NOT TAKE ADANTAGE OF IT
tion and we are ready to abide by their decision and to serve as best we j M edford— Local capital will de be In hauled
it over seventy miles, he
can in the interest of the whole district.
(Using Genuine Ford P arts)
velop scenic and resort facilities at said, taking the hay to a still five
SCHOOL BOARD OF DISTRICT 6—
H. T. PANKET, Chairman
M edford— Ower.s-Oregon Lumber that long haul, he figured he made
J. E. WEAVER
company will add $600,000 to $900,- good money.
Mr. Brown told the Tribune that
000 addition to mill plant.
Eugene— Building perm its for 12 when he first talked"of raising mint,
The Need —
The following facts point out the need for a new building.
C. T. GENZEL
City— Local cannery ships on Sunday morning, following his
1, The old fram e building is now used for the first three (grades having full Fails
(The Man Who Knows)
carload canned pears to Iowa. return with the oil, thirty-tw o people
an average attendance of ninety. The Labor Commissioner has in
structed the School Board not to use this building another year. These Heppner— State and federal-aid visited his raneh before breakfast.
children must be provided for elsewhere.
bureau will spend $50,000 on Spray He said hundreds had visited his
2 . The brick building which has eight main rooms is now holding five road.
W ELDING AND
grades in the four rooms downstairs. The high school is occupying Tillamook— Pac. Tel. & Tel. Co. From the experience he has had in
the upstairs with 92 pupils in five rooms, (one room is divided into will spend $30,000 iit Tillamook
this section the past year, Mr. Brown
two smaller rooms). The High School is also using a basement room
for Domestic Science.
is of the opinion that m int can be
3. The High School is attem pting to carry on its work with one less room Oregon exports for third quarter raised sucessfolly on many farm s in
this year than it used last year. This cannot go on w ithout lowering of 1925, reached $12,859,121.
W a t c h m a k e r s , Jew elers ar.d
this vicinity.— Oakland Tribune.
the standard of the work.
4. The best results are obtainable only when the high school and grades Portland— The Pacific-Argentine
“THE TREASURE HOUSE”
are in seperate buildings.
Brazil line of six freighters sold to TRAVEL SAFER THAN STAYING
Fam ous for Diamonds)
The Proposed Plan—
McCormick Line a t $49,000 each,
Use Our E a s y Paym ent Plan.
In view of the fact that the ninety children in the old building must be with bond for five-year North Pac
Confidential Credit System
provided for another year, and because of the crowded conditions in ific service.
“ It is safer to travel thaan to stay
the high school, the board proposes the following:
Springfield— Southern Pacific re at home,” said J. R. Clancy, assistant Main at REDDY
1. A new high school building.
2. The placing of the eight grades in the brick building. This building laying old Natron line with heavier to the general m anager of the South
ern Pacific Company in announcing
was originally built and planned for the eight grades.
3. Because of the difference in the work of the grades and the high State Highway Commission will today th at the Pacific Lines of the
school it will be possible to place the three grades where the high open bids on 10 miles of Bend-Lava company are entering their seventh
school now is and handle the work satisfactorily.
Butte highway, $100,000 Siletz consecutive year w ithout fatality to
The New Building—
river bridge, and 9.3 miles Baker- a passenger in a steam train accident. I
In planning a new building the following im portant
Since November 30, 1919, more
points must be considered:
Oregon* forest fires for 1925 cov than two hundred sixty million pass
1. Financial rendition of the district.
ered 61,576 acres, 16,884 acres be engers have been carried safely
2. Size n.-.d cost of building.
3. Provide for the future growth.
ing m erchantable timber. Loss was nearly nine billion passenger miles
far less than in 1924.
over these lines.
5. Selection of plans and architect.
Brooking *— r . & O. Lumber com This is equivalent to carrying more j All 'Kinds of Repairing
1. Financial condition of the district:— The district is in good financial pany
has 25,000.0000 feet of lum than twice the total population of the | Promptly and Neatly
condition. The present bondeif indebtedness of $2000 will be paid off
this year. The district1 valuation is $979,219.35. This perm its a legal ber ready for market.
United States a distance of forty |
bond Issue of over $43,000. However, the board feels it wise to keep G rants Pass— State lets contract miles. It establishes a factor of saf|- 1
well under this am ount.- -
for 7 miles Redwood highway, ty indicating that one may travel the
We have just added a new line
2 . Size and cost of building.—The plans of the building provide for a
Ranch to Deer Creek, for equivalent distance of 360,000 times of jew elry. See our window dis
study hall to sent 150 and for nine classrooms. The detailed plans George
will be on display where all may see them. The size and num ber of $69,325.
class rooms which are needed was decided after considering a large Salem— Lake Lahish celery was 000 business during 1925.
num ber of plans, investigating other schools, and considering our shipped in car lots to 20 states, in St. Helens— W ork being rushed in
present conditions. The total cost of building and equipment not to 1925.
preparing for big paper mill.
exceed $40 ,000. The building to bo of concrete.
Oregon’s farm area increased 577,-
3 . Provide for future growths.— No one can estim ate accurately what
(A t Paxson Drug Store)
our future growth will be. However, it is poor economy to build for control of local paper mill. Plant 726 acres from 1920 to 1923.
the present only, so the building is planned to take care of the growth may be enlarged to make news
for eight or ten years. It will also be of the unit type so that future print.
additions can he made.
Portland now has 83,965 telephone
Location:— The hoard proposes locating the building on the present users, a gain of 5.95 per cent dur
We Are M anufacturers of
grounds in such a way that a central heating plant will be built to heat ing
the old building and the new. The cost of this hunting plant is fig
DOORS, SCREENS, WINDOWS AND SASH,
ured in the estimate. This central heating plant will he a valuable Ashland gained 17.10 per cent in
feature in itself. It will remove the fire hazard from the buildings, telephone users, in 1925; Bend,
WINDOW AND DOOR FRAMES, MOULD-
be more economical in fuel, and save in janitor service.
15.16; Klamat^i Falls, 13.29; Eugene,
. INGS, CABINETS OF ALL KINDS
Selection of plans and architects:— The hoard has given careful con 12.77; Corvallis, 9.4 per cent.
sideration to the selection of an architect. Plans have been submitted Pendleton— Umatilla county crops
by three reliable firms, all of whom have been building school build
Our C onstant Aim is to Keep Our Quality and Prices
ings in the state and now have buildings under construction. The of 1925, estim ated at $12,755,000.
A bsolutelyR ight. Do Not Order From Out-of-Town
reputation and reliability of these men have been have been investi- Bentun county has a total assessed
Concerns Before Letting Us Figure on Your Bill.
“n cof u h**e be,“n checked against each other I valuation of $13 636 960
the*best ^ e ^ ^ t r i ^ wUeh lh* ^
« « " - Sandy—
- - - Alder Creek ^ Lumber Co.,
and will saw 160 acres tim ber
THE BOND ISSUE
at W aespie Bridge.
The hoard proposes issuing bonds for a twenty year term. Bonds to near Albany Cooperative cream ery
A MODERN MILL
5 percent interest. Bonds redeemable serially one year after issue. shipped 35 carloads butter and 12
carloads eggs during 1925, paying
School bonds of this type have been sold at a premium by many school producers $315,000.
districts lately. This has been the experience of Medford, Roseburg
Portland— S. P. & S. railroad re
Ashland, and Cottage Grove.
duced personal injury accidents 20
— GRAI N — SEED —
There is every reason to believe that this bond issue will sell above ^>ar per cent, during 1925.
Phone H AY
Klamath county will spend $75,000
Any citizen of this State, male or female, who is 21 years of age and has this year on rural prim ary school
—Local and Long Distance Hauling_
resided in the district 30 days immediately preceding the m eeting program.
or election and has property in the district, as shown by the last
WE BUY POULTRY
county assessment, and not assessed by the sheriff, on which he or Portland— Atlantic coast ice cream
she is liable or subject to pay a tax. shall be entitled to vote at any firm contracts for 10 carloads, $75,-
school m eeting or election in said district:—
000 worth, of barreled straw berries
JE S SE L. RICHARDSON
(b) Heir* of an estate, where the property b tlo n fin f to said estate has and pickle factory are prospective
“ YOUR FACE IS GOOD. BUT IT^W ON’T GO IN THE CASH
*een assessed and taxed in the name of the deceased, such heirs are new industries.
not qualified voters.
Baker— New stamp mill, 30 tons
(cl A person who holds stock or shares in a corporation, firm or copartner-
•ntp, where the name of such corporation, copartnership o r firm appears capacity, received for Rainbow mine.
on the assessment roll, any one who presents to the directors or indges Corvallis— Rapid progress being
of election satisfactory evidence that he has stock, shares or ow ner made on $360,000 womans gym nas
ship in such copartnership, is entitled to vote.
Gold Beach —Fam ous Star ranch
how receiving over $ >000 per year as tuition from students sold to H. 11. Hansen, fo r $85,000.
who are coming to our high school from outside districts such
---- as Willow
factory being built, and farm
. ,, Table R.-ck, Tolnj
. JThl* tuition is paid by a county tax on Cheese
the districts not m aintaining high schools.) If we can keep up a high will be subdivided.
school here which will continue to attract these students, the revenue from
Salem— Residence building here
THE CHOICE OF THE LA N D -A LW A Y S FRESH AND TENDER
I i » . * . n rC ri* AT
t925, totaled $1,022,950.
»ROM OUTLYING DISTRICTS WILL PAY OVER $60,006 TO THIS
Portland— Six Northwest wood
DISTRICT IN 2» YEARS!
working establishm ents merge in
^ r mi*st m aintain a standard high school to give our own pupils the $10,000,000 corporation, to greatly
Unless ws do we will not only lose the tuition derived
from n npils training.
from outlying districts hut we will also lose pupils from our increase foreign exports.
own district wh will go elsewhere,
re. where such training may
__| be obtained.
Moro— Sherm an county farm ers
Furtherm ore the past records show that it costs practically as much hold jubilee, to burn $190,000 in
to maintain a high school for 65 students as it does for 90 or 100 It
requires the same num ber of instructors end classes, therefore when the paid mortgages.
new building is put up careful consideration should be given not to build North Bend citizens raising $7.00%
at least™* *n<1 *° ***** ** wl11 Pr*»v*d* for the future needs of a few years for gymnasium and auditorium .
years of pine tim ber
a t present rate of
Because, more room is absolutely necessary.
375,000,000 feet a year.
Because, good schools mean better eitisens.
“Quality and Service’’—Our Motte
Because, a good high school will attract people to our community.
Reedsport— C. M. Johnson buys
Becnuae, the high school enrollm ent has increased 46 per cent in the last W ade spruce, 50,000.000 feet, on
rive years while the space available has decreased 20 per cent
Because, high school and grades must be separate for the best work in both. Smith river.
Roseburg will spend $700 for city-
Because, we have been "getting along one more year.” for several years
limit m arking pillars on main high
or this policy.
L D. LEW IS, Prop.
The bond election take, place February II. 192 « at the school building. Eugene Woolen mill did $300'.-
F. M. Jones, Prop.
TROWBRIDCE CABINET WORKS
Central Point Feed Store
Sweet, Tastv Meats
Central Point Meat Market