Image provided by: Rogue River Valley Irrigation District; Medford, OR
About Central Point American. (Central Point, Or.) 1925-1927 | View This Issue
CEN TR AL POINT AM ERICAN
APPLICATION TOR JUDGEMENT
FORECLOSING TAX LEIN
In the Cirruit Court of the State of
Oregon, for the County of Jackson
R IL E Y M YERS,
V . p,e r cent Per i-onum, making
tile total sum, principal and interest
so due plaintiff on the 18th day of
October, 1026, $124.51.
That defendant Melissa Stelling- ,
wert is the record owner o f said !
property, and that defendant J. M. I
(sometimes called Jack) Stellingwerf
is her husband; and that defendants I
George M. Denham and Marie Den-1
ham are husband and wife.
And you and each o f you are here
by required to appear within said
time limit and defend this action or Duty o f Citizens to
pay the amount due, as aforesaid, to
W ork in Association
gether with accruing interest and
The city would profit greatly from
costs o f this foreclosure, otherwise,
judgment and decree will be rend a cultivation of the spirit of neigh
ered herein foreclosing the liens of borhood pride, to keep tlielr own
said taxes and costs against the land premises In order, aud beautiful, and
and premises hereinbefore described, also to work In association with one
as provided by law.
another to beautify the entire neigh
This summons is published in the
Central Point American, by order o f borhood In accordance with au agreed-
Hon. C. M. Thomas, judge o f the on plan, says the Iudiuuupolls News.
above entitled court, which said or A greut deal could be done In this
der was made and entered o i record way through private effort, and In the
on the 27th day o f October, 1926, doing of such c work In such a way
and in compliance therewith the date we should learn to value more than
o f first publication hereof is the 29th we do now Individual Initiative. Also
day o f October, 1926.
there would be s development of
A ll process and papers in this pro
ceeding may be served upon the un neighborhood spirit which would make
dersigned attorney, residing within for better citizenship.
It ought not to be difficult to or
the State o f Oregon, at the address
ganize—In as loose a way as might be
W. E. PH IPPS,
thought desirable—neighborhood as
Attorney fo r Plaintiff.
sociations for the carrylug out of
First National Bank Building, what Is us much u neighborhood as
a nMinlclpal purpose. The coming to
oct. 29— Dec. 10.
gether of neighbors to consider ways
and meuns and methods would Itself
NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL
be helpful. It would be worth much
for the citizen to realize that he Is
not dependent on government for
In the County Court for the State
everything he wants, and to discover
of Oregon For Jackson county.
that there Is u great deal that he can
In the matter o f the estate o f
do for himself. But, of course, beauty
Is the prime object to be sought, a
SA R A H J. LOVE, Deceased.
Notce is hereby given that under beauty thut would undoubtedly spread
and by virtue o f an order and license from neighborhood to neighborhood.
Perhaps there are such associations
to sell, made and entered in the
already. There can hardly be too
above entitled court on the 20th day many of then\
o f November, 1926, the undersigned
executor o f the Last W ill and Testa
"G e t Together ” Spirit
ment o f the estate o f Sarah J. Love,
Builds Up Community
deceased, will, on and after the 27th
day o f December, 1926, at the law
There are little communities dotted
office o f W. G. Trill, in the town here and there all over our vust coun
o f Central Point, Jackson county, try which are dull and uninteresting
Oregon, sell at private sale, to the because they are a ncre aggregation
of individuals and not a community,
highest and best bidder and o ffe r
as such. “ A real community is a num
made fo r cash in hand, subject to ber of people so united in spirit and
confirmation by the above entitled so Interested In the advancement of
court, the following described real their town that they are willing to
drop their little differences und unite
to form one great brotherhood.”
A ll o f Lot No. 14, in block
I f your town Is dull It Is because
No. 14, in the city o f Central
there Is no organized effort to over
Point, Jackson county, Oregon,
come thut dullness. I f the people who
as per the plat thereof on file
go about bemoaning the bareness of
and o f record in the o ffice o f
life In the rural districts would just
the Recorder o f Conveyances
meet together and In a sane, henrty
fo r said County and State.'
way face the proposition, they would
Said land to be sold in one parcel. discover avenues of developnwnt of
Given under my hand this 26th day which they never dreamed. Wherever
there are three or four families In a
o f November, 1926.
group there Is almost invariably talent
GEORGE W. LO VE, Executor.
which will make for the welfare of nil
concerned. No community appreciates
M E LIS S A S T E L L IN G W E R F and J.
M. (sometimes known as Jack)
S T E L L IN G W E R F
GEORGE M. D E N H A M and
M A R IE DENHAM , his wife, thè
C IT Y o f C E N T R A L PO IN T, ORE-
r~unicipal 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 Stellingw erf and J. M.
(sometimes known as Jack) Stelling
w erf, her husband, George M. Den-
ham and Marie Denham, his wife, and
also all other persons or parties un
known claiming any right, title, es
tate, lien or interest in the real es
tate hereinafter described, defend
ants above named:
IN TH E N A M E OF TH E S TA TE
OF OREGON, you and each o f you
are hereby summoned and required
to appear and answer the plain tiff’s
complaint against you now on file in
the aboye entitled court and cause,
within sixty days from and after the
date o f the first publication o f this
summons, exclusive o f said first date
o f publication, to wit, on or before
the 30th day o f December, 1026; and
in case you fail to so appear, plaintiff
will apply to the court fo r the relief
demanded in said complaint.
And you, and each of you, are
hereby further notified that said
complaint is an application fo r judg
ment foreclosing a tax lien; that that
plain tiff is the owner and holder o f
C ertificate o f Delinquency Numbered
0528, issued on the 0th day o f June,
1026, by the Tax Collector o f Jack-
son County, State o f Oregon, fo r the
amount o f F ifty and 32(100 dollars
($50.32) the same being the amount
then due and delinquent to said
county and state fo r taxes fo r the
year 1022, together with penalty, in
terest and costs, thereon, upon real
property situated in Jackson county,
Oregon, assessed to defendant Geo.
M. Denham, and particularly d e
scribed as follows:
The East half o f Lot numbered
Eight (8 ) o f A m y’s Cottage Addi
tion to Central Point, being a part
o f Section 3, Township 37 South of
Range 2 West o f Wilamette Merid
ian, containing 5 acres.
That subsequent to the date of
said certificate o f delinquency to-
wit, on the 10th day o f June, 1926,
plaintiff paid all taxes assessed'
against said described property, as
Forthe year 1923, tax receipt
number 24486, amount $31.24, in
terest 12 per cent; fo r the year 1924,
tax receipt number 24667, amount
$26.63, interest 12 per cent, fo r the
year 1926, tax receipt number 12,-
091, amount $11.19, interest 12 per
That the total amount so paid by
plaintiff since the date o f said certi
ficate o f delinquency is the sum of
$69.06, which is now due plaintiff,
together with interest thereon from
the said 10th day o f June, 1926, at
the rate o f 12 per cent per annum;
that there is now due plaintiff the
said sum o f $50.32, paid fo r said
with interest thereon from the said
9th day o f June, 1926, at the rate
— A ll
--------- + ---------
W. R. C. members are re
to be at the hall at two
Saturday, December 4. Im
its resources until It places the social
emphasis on Its community life. Un
suspected talent Is displayed when
team work Is adopted.
won-en who have never been tested
are drawn out by the Inspiration of
doing something In common with
others.—Marlon Dallas In Montreal
S. C. Collins has been displaying
some new shoots about three inches
long that he retrieved from a black
oak tree that he cut down near Tolo.
It is sai dthat it is very unusual fo r
these trees to be bearing at this
time but the recent rains and warm
weather are blamed fo r it.
N eighborhood Enterprise
There is no reason why the citizen
should look to the city government to
do everything for him. It Is doing
much as It Is— perhaps too much.
People residing In a certain stretch
of street— say a few blocks In length—
could easily, und at low coat, through
combined action, make the whole
neighborhood, both Inside and outside
the property line, beautiful beyond
anything now Imagined. Other neigh
borhoods would be quick to follow the
example, and the whole city would be
the gainer. The streets thus Improved
and cared for would be more desirable
than they are now, residence In them
would be sought and prized, and as a
result property values would advance.
From whatever point of view the
matter is looked at, the effect would
be good.— Indianapolis News.
Eye to Property Value
People who are most vociferous in
their appreciation of the sentimental
values o f their homes, who let It be
known to all and sundry that they
would never sell their home because
o f old associations, are frequently the
readiest to sell If they get whst they
call a “ good offer." They are really
good salesmen, and their boasted affec
tion for their homes la merely good
sales talk. W hile this attitude may
be a trifle calloused, there are few o f
us who do not keep a weather eye
upon real estate values.
W e are
proud and pleased when there la a
••boom" In our Immediate neighbor
hood. And rightly an. W e are pleased
whenever the property value o f our
home advances, because It has mata-
rlally Increased our potential estate,
and proud that our purchase kaa
proved to he a < « Investment.
Reduced in price from $16.95 to
$ 14.95 9x12
We have all the new patterns
W. C. Leever
t h e
C e n t r a l P o in t ,
om m uiï .ikj
finally in the movies and now being
shown throughout Oregon. A great
•tunt that. It pay« to advertiae.
Baby Weight. Let. Than Two Pound.
humanity uii jj 1 “ SUraFME AUTHORITY"
The smallest bit o f
record to put
Columbia county was born last Tues
day to Mr. and Mrs. David Johnson,
o f Warren. The child— it was a boy—
weighted one pound, 14
-T H E MERK1AM WEBSTER
birth. The little fellow has a good
chance to live, it is stated at tha St.
Helens general hospital where he was
brought a few days after his arrival.
Hundred* o f supreme
Judge, concur in highest praise
of the work a* their Authority.
The Presidents of all leading Unl-
versitie*. Colleges, and Normal
School, give their hearty indorse
A ll kinds of
All States that have adopted a
large dictionary as sumiaid have
Old Furniture Bought
selected Webster’* New Interna
Refinishing and Repairing
at 36 So. Grape, Medford
The Schoolbook* of the Country
adhere to the Merriam-Wcbster
Read the ads
system of diacritical mark'.
À The Government Printing Office
£ at Washington use* it as authority.
O ffice Phone 965 Res. Phone 965-J2 | WRITE for s «ample past of the New
W'onis. spetunen o f Rc.ul.t and
Paper«. I REE.
DR. H. P. COLEMAN
Chiropractic, Diet and
Ore. License No. 264
G. & C.
PERL FU N E R AL HOME
C orner Sixth and Oakdale
CEORGE E. FOX
ESTATE and INSURANCE
Good Bargains in Land
and City Property
Abstract, of Title apd Title In
surance. The Snly complete Title
System in Jackson County.
FOR S A L E — A Star light delivery
truck; 1924 model in good con
dition. Terms. See Geo. Thompson
at Central Point o f phone 57.
BURK— FOR AUTO TOPS
Opposite S. P. Depot
W E BUY— SELL AND
Attorney-at-Law— Notary Public
Will deliver milk at your door
MEDFORD TENT AND
W. G. T R IL L
Notify the driver and
W H AT YOU HAVE
Before Selling or Buying Scc'Us
PRICE 2ND H AND STORE
31 South Front St., Medford
N O T
S A T I S F IE D U N L E S S
iP h o n e . 4 7 4
YO U ARC
6 2 4 RIVERSIDE ST
Hy Way Printing
Commercial Printing for
The Central Point American is a newly equipped
and up-to-the-minute Job Printing Office.
No better work and prices pleasing. Better try us
on that next job of Printing.
W e cover Jackson
County when it comes to printing. Write us,
phone us, call on us.
Let us know and we
can come after it.
W e are here to serve and please