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CENTRAL POINT AMERICAN
THEN AND NOW
This sermon will deal with facts
taken from the bible and subsequent
history, and will outline the way to
meet the present situation.
In the evening service the theme
will be; ‘Spiritual Law Applied In
The Parables.’ This sermon will deal
with fundamental principles of the
spiritual life. It will hit hard at the
superficial things. Let us find the
bases for security.
The present court house at Jack
sonville was built in 1883.
The population of Jacksonville
was then 8116. Jackson County’s
population is now over 25,000.
The assessed valuation of Jack-
son County in 1883 was $2,053,2000.
It’s assessed valuation is now over
In 1883 Jacksonville was a town
with a population estimated at sev
eral thousand. It was the most im
portant business center of the com
munity, Medford did not exist. Now
the population of Jacksonville is
Church of Christ
around 500 and the business center Next Sunday
the minister closes
has changed to Medford and Ash
land. Medford is the only large town his Ministry with the Central Point
centrally located at the cross roads Church.
of all the county.
Now the actual routine work of He will be happy to see his friends
running the work Is many times as at the morning and evening Services.
large as inl883 and as a result of Bible School at 10A.M. Sermon 11
the increased business it has been A.M. The Subject will be ‘The Cen
necessary for various couty offices tral Point Sector, in The Age old
to seek quarters outside of the pre
Battle for a World.’ The evening
sent court houe.
HERE THEY ARE
services at 7 :30. Sermon subject.
The District Attorney’s office is ‘The
Divine Masonry of Life.’
in Medford in the Liberty Building.
The water master’s office is in the
I. G. Shaw. Minister
Medford National Bank Building. ‘The Biggest Thing in the Rogue
The Court Reporter’s office is in
Medford in the Liberty Building. River Valley.’
The County engineer’s office is in I wish to meet the men of Rogue
Medford in the Medford National River Valley in the class session next
The County Agent’s office is in Sunday morning. This represent«
my‘last opportunity to so meet ‘the
Medford in the Liberty Building.
The County Assessor’s office is in bunch.’ The topic will be a divergence
a small building across the street from the usual textual matter. You
from the courthouse.
The Highway Engineer’s office VS We, ‘The Builders.’ An ancient
is in a small rented building at Jack builders. I. G. Shaw.
The county has to pay rent on all FIFTH GRADE NEWS NOTES
of these outside offices.
Only seven departments are still Our class organized and elected
left in the courthouse and they are
following officers: Katherine
so crowded that the performance of the
their daily duties is almost im Lathrop, president; Geraldine Tex,
vice president; Byrd Grigsby, Joe
Good business judgment demands Johnson, Rupert Shaw, justice com
that this situation be corrected,that
the other seven departments also mittee; Merrill Stanley, secretary-
come to Medford and that the eounty treasurer; Frances Faber, reporter.
avail itself of the free offer of an We must watch our step now. A
adequate and up-to-date building in penalty of five minutes after school
Medford that will not cost the tax
payers one cent and will save the soon counts up. Some of the offen
taxpayers from a tax levy to either ces committeed are: speaking with
patch up the present courthouse or out permission, whispering in line,
build a new one in Jacksonville.
hanging on the banisters while
Court House Removal Committee. marching,
being rude on school
grounds, speaking while someone else
is speaking and unnecessary raising
Notices for the Union Church for We have a new baseball, but Miss
Mathews will not let us use it until
Sunday, Oct. 31, 1926.
we have better grades.
J. M. JOHNSON, Pastor
Title of Sunday School Lesson: Dorothy Limbeek has been absent
‘The Promise Of The Lord’s Return.’ two days on account of illness.
John 14. Outline: (1) The Promised We are glad that Lloyd Whiteside
Home.’ (2) ‘The Prepared Home.’ is getting well from an attack of
(3) ‘The Personal Return of The scarlet fever.
Lord.’ (4) ‘The Perceptable Returii Two of our numbers, Katherine
of The Lord.’ (5) The Partnership in Latherope and Fred Loffand are
The Future.’ (6) ‘The Preciousness leaving Saturday to attend the stock
of This Truth.’
In the morning service the pastor Did you ever see—Fred Lofland
will discuss the theme: ‘God’s Ways work? Rupert sit up straight? Clif
Of Meeting The World’s Needs.’ ford without something to say? Alvin
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AS CANDIDATES OF THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY ASKING THE HONOR
AND RESPONSIBILITY OF REPRESENTING THIS COUNTY ANI) DIS
TRICT IN THE STATE LEGISLATURE, YOU HAVE A RIGHT TO
KNOW WHERE WE STAND ON ISSUES THAT ARE PARAMOUNT TO
YOU AND THE VOTERS OF OREGON.
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DON’T BE FOOLED
State tax levy on property as cer 1925
tified to by Sam A. Kozer, secretary 192Û
Pd. adv. by V’irgina Washburn
come to school three days out of a
week? Ruth and Naomi without their
hands up? Geneva without her les
son? Byrd when he wasn’t wiggling?
1. We heartily favor the Oregon Direct Primary law and are unalterably op*
posed to any alterations or amendments thereto which seek to take from
voters their right and privilege of nominating candidates for public of
fice. The convention is a relic of the past.
fâ 2. We hold that the Dennis Resolution is inimical to the best interests of our
county and state; that it is unfair, unjust, and if adopted will bind Ore
gon to a fixed program from which there will be no recourse for a period
of 14 years, establishing a Precedent that is dangerous in the extreme.
3. We believe in the strictest economy in government, consistent with a
growing State and State Institutions.
4. We are opposed to the adoption of additional unnecessary laws which
serve no other purpose than to entangle Oregon citizens in a maze of red
5. We believe in law enforcement, BUT HONEST LAWS UNDER WHICH
CITIZENS OF OREGON CAN LIVE WITHOUT BEING OUTLAWS.
THAT VOTERS MAY KNOW:
We ask Republican Legislative Candidates to announce through the news
papers where they stand on these important issues
WHAT IS YOUR POSITION ON THE DENNIS RESOLUTION?
WHERE DO YOU STAND ON THE DIRECT PRIMARY, AND IS IT NOT A
FACT THAT YOU ARE PLEDGED TO INTRODUCE IN THE LEGISLA
TURE AND WORK FOR THE ADOPTION OF A PRE-PRIMARY CON- 8
VENTION MEASURE WHICH HAS FOR ITS OBJECT THE NULLIFICA
TION OF THE DIRECT PRIMARY LAW?
J. R. BOWEN
Candidate for Representative
Candidate for Representative
J. O. RIGG
Candidate for State Senator
‘THE INTERESTS OF JACKSON COUNTY ARE OUR INTERESTS”
Paid Adv. by Democratic Central Com mittee.
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