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CENTRAL POINT AMERICAN
SU M M O N S
A P P L IC A T IO N FOR JU D G E M E N T
F O R E C L O S IN G T A X LEIN
In the C ircu it C ou rt o f the State o f
O re g o n , fo r the C ou n ty o f J a ck .o n
ment of the estate of Sarah J. Love,
deceased, will, on and after the 27th
day o f December 1926, at the law
office o f W. G. Trill, in the town
of Central Point, Jackson county,
Oregon, sell at private side, to the
highest and best bidder and offer
made for cash in hand, subject to
confirmation by the above entitled
C'"_rt, the following described reai
All of Lot No. 14, in block
No. 14, in the city of Central
Point, Jackson county, Oregon,
as per the plat thereof on file
and o f record in the office of
the Recorder o f Conveyances
for said County and State.
Said land to be sold in one parcel.
Given under my hand this 26th day
o f November, 1926.
GEORGE W. LOVE, Executor.
There Is a magic In the ownership
of property, especially when that prop
erty consists o f a home. A umn wlU
lay down his life without question or
thought when ' the integrity o f his
home is at stake. On the other hand.
If the same aiuourt of money were
placed In stocks or bonds, or even a
factory, It Is extremely problematical
whether he would even risk his life
If they were threatened with destruc
tion. The magic lies In the fact that
a home stands for more than mere In
trinsic value; It representa more than
It carries around It all the back
ground of the family life and the
•earch of that family for better living.
It may have the ’¿cars of the struggle
written all over Its walls, but It Is
near and dear In spite o f It Little do
we dream the real magic we are con
juring up for those dependent upon
us when we gird up our belts, reach
for the pen and Ink and sign the
1 pledge on the contract that commits
1 us and our savings to a program of
1 home-ownership. It Is the most im
portant thing a man and woman can
do, because no one has yet been able
to think of a single thing that wll!
take Its place.
MELISSA STELLINGWERF and J.
M. (sometimes known as Jack)
STELLINGWERF her husband,
GEORGE M. D E N H A M and
MARIE DENHAM, his wife, the
CITY o f CENTRAL POINT, ORE
GON, a municipal corporation, and
also all other persons or parties un
known claiming any right, title,
estate, lein or interest in the real
estate hereinafter described.
To Melissa Stellingwerf and J. M.
(sometimes known as Jack) Stelling- ©
werf, her husband, George M. Den 1
N E W S N O T E S FROM
ham and Marie Denham, his wife, and
STATE M ARKET AGENT
also all other persons or parties un
By C. E. Spence
known claiming any right, title, es 1
tate, lien or* interest in the real es
tate hereinafter described, defend
ants above named:
M illion F arm ers in Lina.
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
Thirty farms groups, comprising
OF OREGON, you and each o f you
are hereby summoned and required the “ Grain Belt Federation of Org-
to appear and answer the plaintiff’s nizations,’ ’ with one million farmers
complaint against you now on file in
the above entitled court and cause, behind it, assessed five cents each to
within sixty days ftom and after the provide a fund o f $60,000, are now
date o f the first publication o f this oranized to McNary-Haugen farm re
summons, exclusive o f said first date lief bill into legislation, to take care
o f publication, to wit, on or before
the 30th day o f December, 1926; and of the export surplus o f staple farm
in case you fail to so appear, plaintiff products.
will apply to the court for the relief
The agricultural colleges in the
demanded in said complaint.
represented inhave been ask
And you, and each of you, are
hereby further notified that said to determine the cost o f producing
complaint is an application for judg the sample products in the states
ment foreclosing a tax lien; that that plus five per eent profif, as a basis
plaintiff is the owner and holder of
Certificate o f Delinquency Numbered for market levels. The Federation
0628, issued on the 9th day of June, will present the computations to con
1926, by the Tax Collector o f Jack- gress with the demand that agricul
son County, State o f Oregon, for the
amount o f Fifty and 32(100 dollars ture be put on an even footing with
($60.32) the same being the amount other protected and prosperous in
then due and delinquent to said duestries, the slogan being “ Protect
county and state for taxes for the ion for None,” A movement isunder
year 1922. together with penalty, in
terest and costs, thereon, upon real way for the south to join with the
property situated in Jackson county, west in support of the export pro
Oregon, assessed to defendant Geo. gram and because o f the depressionin
M. Denham, and particularly de
cotton it is expected it will succeed.
scribed as follows:
The East half o f Lot numbered The McNary -Haugar bill was defeat
Eight (8 ) o f Amy’s Cottage Addi ed at the last session o f congress.
tion to'C entral Point, being a part
o f Section 3, Township 37 South o f
O th er Industries P rosper.
Range 2 West o f Wilamette Merid
ian, containing 6 acres.
In marked contrast to agriculture
That subsequent to the date o f
said certificate o f delinquency to- dividend and interest payments in
wit, on the 10th day o f June, 1926, other industries in the month o f
plaintiff paid all taxes assessed October reached a new record-
against said described property, as
breaking mark in the United States,
Forthe year 1923, tax receipt totaling $447,600,000 for the month.
number 24486, amount $31.24, in This is an increase o f $16,450,000
terest 12 per cent; for the year 1924, over the some month o f last year.
tax receipt number 24667, amount
$26.63, interest 12 per cent, for the Manufacturing set a new high record
year 1926, tax receipt number 12,- in August, showing a 12 per cent in
091, amount $11.19, interest 12 per crease over the same month of 1926.
That the total amount so paid by The greatest expansion was in the
plaintiff since the date o f said certi motor industry.
ficate o f delinquency is the sum of
$69.06, which is now due plaintiff,
O. A . C. and F ederal« Join
together with interest thereon from
the said 10th day o f June, 1926, at
The federal division o f crop and
the rate o f 12 per cent per annum; livestock estimates and the exten
that there is now due plaintiff the
said sum o f $60.32, paid for said sion service o f the O. A. C. o f Cor
together vallis have opeed joint offices in
with interest thereon from the said Portland, on the third floor o f the
9th day o f June, 1926, at the rate
o f 12 per cent per annum, making Oregon building. They will be under
the total sum, principal and interest charge o f F. L. Kent, federal sta
so due plaintiff on the 18th day o f tistica l and Paul V. Maris, director
October, 1926, $124.61.
o f the extension service o f the col
That defendant Melissa Stelling-
werf is the record owner o f said lege.
property, and that defendant J. M.
(sometimes called Jack) Stellingwerf
S urplus, Y et W e Im port
is her husband; and that defendants
George M. Denham and Marie Den
While the farmers o f the United
ham are husband and wife.
States are asking congress to work
And you and each o f you are here
by required to appear within said out some plan to take care o f their
time limit and defend this action or surplus products, yet during the year
pay the amount due, as aforesaid, to ending March 31, 1926, this country
gether with accruing interest and imported from Canada farm products
costs o f this foreclosure, otherwise,
judgment and decree will be rend to the value o f $105,666,067, being
ered herein foreclosing the liens o f the best customer o f the Dominian
said taxes and costs against the land government, outside o f Great Brit-
and premises hereinbefore described,
as provided by law.
This summons is published in the
Central Point American, by order o f
Farm er Has N othing to Say.
Hon. C. M. Thomas, judge o f the
Gooding o f Idaho: ’’The
above entitled court, which said or
der was made and entered o f record farmer cannot fix the price on any
on the 27th day o f October, 1926, thing he produces. He has to ex
and in compliance therewith the date
o f first publication hereof is the 29th amine the newspapers in the morning
day o f October, 1926.
to find out the price o f his wheat,
All process and papers in this pro com , cattle, cotton, hogs. When he
ceeding may be served upon the un
dersigned attorney, residing within has to buy he pays the price fixed
the State o f Oregon, at the address by somebody else, but when he un
dertakes to sell any o f his products
W. E. ftlIP P S ,
he has to take his hat o ff to the man
Attorney for Plaintiff.
First National Bank Building. to whom he sella it— the man who
fixes the farmer’s price. Of course
o c t 29— Dec. 10.
everyone knows that someone else
fixes the price o f evrything th farm
N O T IC E O F S A L E O F R E A L
er has to buy.” ’
la the C ou n ty C ourt fo r the State
of O reg on F or Jackson cou n ty.
In the matter o f the estate o f
SARAH J. LOVE, Deceased.
Notce is hereby given that under
and by virtue o f an order and license
to sell, made and entered in the
above entitled court on the 20th day
o f November, 1926, the undersigned
executor o f the Last Will and Testa
Certain Magic Found
in Ownership of Home
P o ta to
The federal publication, Crops
and Markets, states that the Louisi
ana potatoes that were federal-state
inspected this season were sold for
cash on track at an advance o f as
much as $126 per car over what
was being paid for the same stock
Sweet, Tasty Meats
T H E C H O IC E O F T H E L A N D — A L W A Y S F RE SH A N D T E N D E R
“ Quality and Service” — Our Motto
Prepare Teachers for
Their Important Work
Central Point Meat Market
Courses In rural education are pro
I. D. LEWIS, Prop.
vided in more than two-thirds o f the
state normal schools and teachers col
leges In the United States, and In a
number o f colleges and universities.
To assist In meeting the need for
trained teachers In rural schools, nor W / W W l A W . ' . V . V . W W A W W A W . V W W W A M W W W l
mal training courses are given In
selected high schools In some states.
These courses, however, are apparent
ly temporary expedients, and accord
ing to Rural School Circular No. 15
of the Interior department, bureau of
education, there has been a decrease
since 1922 In the number o f schools
offering this work. In 5 o f the 26
states where normal courses were for
merly available they have been dis
continued, and In only 21 high schools
or fewer In each o f 6 states ir«y such
courses be obtained. Standards gradu
ally are being raised In schools that
continue the work, and In five states—
Fire Retardent Roofing Paint
Michigan, Minnesota, New York, Ohio, ■ |
and Vermont— the course Is main
For Shingles, Metal and Paper Roofs
tained on a high school postgraduate
K eep Up Property Value
The average rate per year which
must be charged ofT for depreciation
o f house property has been found to
be 1 \ per cent for frame and 1*4
per cent for brick. I» was brought out
by many o f the authorities consulted,
however, that this difference Is almost
entirely eliminated If proper care Is
taken o f the home. A stitch in time
saves many, and minor repairs here
and there will often prevent extensive
deterioration o f the structure which
would occur If such repairs were neg
lected. The painting o f parts exposed
to the weather and the prompt renew
al o f decaying sections are Important
factors in the longevity o f the house.
In other words, keep Its face clean and
Its heart In good condition.
State o f Oregon
Rust Proof and
M oss Proof
Guaranteed hy Standard Roofing Company
Complete line o f Shop Celebrated Cement Brick
all colors, Building Tile, Sand and Cement
Gold Hill Lime— None Better
Everything in Manufactured Cement
STANDARD ROOFING CO.
Use of Winter Months
K eep Tree Wounds Clean
“ I wish you would speak to daugh
ter,” said the anxious Mrs. Brown
to Mr. Brown. “ I caught her kissing
the ice man this morning,
o ff one o f our boats leaving behind
“ Good heavens!” exclaimed the
“ Yea,” continued Mr*. Brown.
“ Think o f the idea o f her wasting her
time with the ice man, when we
owe the butcher sixty dollarsI"
;■ S. Fir and 10th St.
Medford, Oregon ¡;
Very often some civic body or other
organization, with a great deal of com
munity spirit, will be the start o f a
home beautiful campaign, or a com
mittee o f individuals, from a given
street or section will start the ball
In beginning such a campaign. It Is
a wise plan to start the work during
the winter, that people might have a
chance to think and talk over the
plans of the coming campaign, and
the committee has plenty of time to
get their well-arranged plana In prop
er shape. The plan will then have
time to reap the benefit* o f the news
feature o f the local papers, and by
When filling a tree’ wound with ce
ment. take care not to pour over de
Clean out all signs o f rotting. In
sects in various stages spend their
winters in the spongy section. Scrape
It clean down to the growing tlasue.
called the cambium.
Paint It with ahellac, and then with
a coat o f one-third creaote and two-
thirds coal tar. Recoat It with tar If
the first one cracks. Pure while lead
or linseed ell aleo will serve.
Then fill the cavity with cement.
The nicest csre should be exercised
In cleaning the wound. Use sharp
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cities o f the west and south. The luxurious comfort
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Travel east through California and the southland.
San Francisco, Los Angeles, LI Paso with Juarez
just across the border, on through Texas and Louis
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by train or Southern Pacific steamship toN ew York.
A wondrous journey. G o now. Stopovers at many
points en route.
Four train* daily routhbouivl, including the "Shasta” over
night to San FrancU co, and "Smirhern California F.xprew"
direct to Lo* Angrle*. From C alifornia the w orld famous
"Sunact Limited" through the southland.
Q rt further details today.
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