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About Central Point American. (Central Point, Or.) 1925-1927 | View This Issue
CENTRAL POINT AMERICAN
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby «riven, that the
undersigned, has been appointed
administrator of the estate of Anna
Olsson, deceased, and all persons
having claims against said estate are
hereby required to present the same,
with proper vouchers, to said admin-
fetartor, at the office o f his attor
ney, W. G. Trill, in Central Point,
Oregon, within six months from the
date o f this notice.
Dated this 30th day o f Septem
H. T. PANKEY,
W. G. TRILL, Att’y- for Admr’.
An nou ncem ent.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for the office o f City Recorder
for the city o f Central Point, subject
to the wish o f the voters o f our city
at the election to be held Novembrr
S. S. POAQUE,
Paid Advertisement by S. S. Poaque
CHURCH OF CHRIST
Sunday school 10 a. m. Preaching
services 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Christ
ian Endeavor 7 p. m. Preaching
services both morning and evening
by the Rev. I. G. Shaw.
Mrs. J. E. Weaver. S. S. Supt.;
Mrs. J. O. Isaacson, Supt. o f Pri
mary Dept.; Mrs. A1 Hermanson,
Supt. o f Cradle Roll Dept.; Mrs. G.
C. McAllister, Pres, o f Ladies’ Cir
cle; Elva Adams, Pres. C. E .; Mrs.
Warner, Choir Director.
Rev. Shaw, Pastor.
FOR SALE— 14-inch John Deer
sulky plow. Plowed only about 15
See M. *C.
Frazier, mile and half west of
Table Rock store.
FOR RENT— 5-room house, wood
shed, 4 chicken houses; garage;
small garden tract, water pump and
well. 3 miles north-west o f Central
Point on highway. John A. Anderson
Central Point. Rt. 1. Phone 193. 2p
Jacksonville has made this public statement in a page present Josephine county court house, which the Jack-
ad. signed by Jacksonville citizens:
son county court believes would be sufficient to meet
the requirements of this county for the next quarter of
The removal of the county seat to Medford
a century or more, can be built for about $210,000 or
means the ultimate outlay by this county of a
less than half what the committee who issued the Jack
half million dollars for a new court house.”
sonville statement claimed.
This statement is absolutely un
true that could have been deter
mined by consulting the County
Court should those who prepared
the statement have desired to be
W h y Don’t the Jacksonville com
munity Stick to Facts and not
Try to Mislead the Taxpayers of
County Court To Erect New Court
House Either In Medford or Jacksonville
The count ycourt has been considering the needs of the
county, making plans, talking with architects and con
tractors and looking over the Josephine county court
and other structures for many months with a view The county court believes that the time has come, in
Notify the driver and
of forming an opinion as to what is the best for the tax order to meet the demands of the county, to safeguard
payers of this county.
the records— involving the title to all property— which
if destroyed by fire could not be replaced at a cost of
millions of dollars, to save the office rent, time and ex
W ill delivermilk at your doo
pense of the county offices, extra time and expense of
the taxpayers traveling to and from Jacksonville pay
What Competent Contractors Say
ing taxes, attending court and transacting other busi
About Old Structure
ness, estimated to be nearly $50,000 a year that the wise
and economical thing to do is to build a new, modern,
They have been advised by a competent contractor that fire proof court house regardless of the outcome of the
it would be wasting money to try to remodel the present election.
court house, as it has surved its purpose, having been
erected in 1883 and is not fireproof.
He further advised the court that it would be far better
Oregon to build a nw court house either now or in a few years.
THE FACTS ARE
WE BUY— SELL AND
The present court house is not fire-proof and cannot be
made so without excessive cost.
Jacksonville has not sufficient water for fire protection
W H A T YOU H AVE
neither has it an adequate fire department.
Before Selling or Buying See Us
Jacksonville has no hanking facilities.
The last bank
PRICE 2ND HAND STORE
structure, twice the size of the present Jackson county Jacksonville has no hotel accommodations.
31 South Front St., Medford
court house and about the size of the Josephine court
O ffice Phone 966 Res. Phone 965-J2 house— which the city of Medford recently voted to
build and to start work immediately upon the people of
DR. H. P. COLEMAN
the county voting to remove the county seat to Medford
Chiropractic, Diet and
Only One-Twenty-Fourth ot Population Is
— and to give rent free to the county for five years.
Comer Sixth and Oakdale
GEORGE E. FOX
Good Bargains in Land
and City Property
West Of Jacksonville
PERL FUNERAL HOME
Why Not Accept A New Court House
Free For 5 Yeais By Medford
Another reason why the county should not build a new
court house in Jacksonville is because only about one-
twenty-fourth of the population lives in Jacksonville
and west of there.
Why should twenty-three fourth oft he people have to
btf inconvenienced and taxed extra to please one-twenty
Medford also agrees that when the county decides to fourth?
erect a new court house the city will give a site abso
lutely free to the county to be selected by the county
Free Site Also Offered By
AkatracU ( I
in r iD c c .
Till« â i d Till«
Tli* only complata
System ta Jaeksoa Couaty.
M ERR ITT— PIANISTE
Gradue te O. A. C. Conservatory o f
Court House To Meet Demands
The county court has also been informed by a compe
tent contractor that a court house twice the size of the
W e Submit that the proposition
of the removal of the County
Seat to Medford is the wise, safe
and economical thing to do. W e
ask the voters of the County to
înitru.'tion $1.00— 45-minute lesson
W . G. TRILL
Attaraay-at-Law — Natary Paklk
VOTE 500 X YES
Paid Odv.— County Seat Remoyal Committee.