Central Point herald. (Central Point, Or.) 1906-1917, May 03, 1906, Image 2

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    C entral P oint H erald
F. K. D euel , Vice-President +
W m . S. C ru W kll , President
K ir s t
N a tio n a l
B an k
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L ancaster & P attison , P ublishers
S. A. P attison , E ditor .
J. E. L ancaster , B usiness M anager P aid U p C apital , $25,000
S tockholders ’ L iability , $50,000
FAIR DEALING, SAFETY, SECURITY
An independent local newspaper
We do a conservative banking business. Always safe-guarding our customers’
devoted to the interests of Central
interests equally with our own. W e S olicit Y our A ccount .
Point and the Rogue River Valley.
D irectors : —W. S. Crowell, F. K. Deuel, E. V. Carter, Chas. Strang, Geo. W.
Dunn.
M. L. ALFORD, C ashier .
Subscription price, $1.50 'per year, in
advance.
M e d fo r d , O re g o n
THURSDAY, MAY 3, 190G.
small about Central Point, thank
you.
P u ll T o g eth er.
T h e R o g u e R iv e r Leagu e
T h a t’s H er Business
Soon They Will Marry—
,
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T h a t’s Their Business
The Minister Will Marry Them—
T h a t’s H ks Business
When married they will need
Shoes, H ats, D ry G oods, Clothing, Dishes, Groceries,
Notions and an innumerable assortment of other sundries found
in Our mammoth line of general merchandise.
T H A T ’S O U R
C R A N F 1L L & R O B N E T T
Kandy Kitchen
Outing Suits
A. P. Olllett & Son
Fountain Soda and Bottled Goods.
A good assortment of Cigars. Every­
thing found in a first-class Confectionery.
Canned lunch goods. A fresh supply of
bakery goods always on hand. Lunches
served at all hours.
and Blue Serges
.
THE SEASON’S NEWEST IN
F. H. W eb b
MEN S WEARING APPAREL
N ew and Second-hand Furniture
- - BOUGHT AND SOLD - -
Old Reliable Barber Shop ]
I also carry a fine lot of Confectionery, Cigars and Tobacco
and the finest BREAD and PASTRY in the Valley.
“ The Toggery”
GLENN OWEN, P rop .
Main Street
Medford’s Fashion Store
Sleek Shoves and
Handsome Haircuts
I Receive Fresh Bread Every Day.
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CENTRAL POINT
d-H - H- l- H -d- l-H -lriri-l-l-I-l-H -H '
for the financial, commercial
social advancement of the best sectjons_
section o f country on earth. The The Telegram is assured that it voices
organization will b e perfected at the sentiment of the rest o f the state
the meeting to be held at Grants *n the prophecy that the result of the
Pass dune
June 9
it is
is sure
safe to
to orKanilation
R°KUe river valley
development
rass,
y, and
ana it
win exceed
the most league
san-
predict that it Will be the great guine expectations o f its projectors,
est promotion and exploitation and therein prove an agreeable and
gathering ever held in sou th ern vastly profitable venture.-Telegram.
Oregon. Every citizen of the j
two counties is invited and e x -!
C S l 'S i J r S T l S
M
Home Made Candies
Soft Drinks of all Kinds
. will land it in the front rank o f Ore- ..
and
pmKre81livo and w, auh-Producing
hold of the tug rope, everybody
will join in the long, strong, al­
together pull that will only stop
at some distant future time when
every latent resource of the
Rogue river valley will have been
fully developed and there is
nothing left to be desired.
B U SIN E SS
1
a
T h a t’s H is Business
F H -H ' 1 h 1» !■ 1 1"H - I-1-H -1-H "1"H-M"1"1"!- 1-H"I"M
.,
The Young Man Loves the Young Lady—
The Young Lady Loves the Young Man—
The recently organized devel­ The people of Rogue river valley have
joined the procession; they are in step
opment league o f the Rogue river with progressive Oregon, and in an or­
valley bids fair to speedily be­ ganized way are to become a factor in
come the greatest agent for the the greater development o f the com­
material advancement o f this monwealth. In other words, there is a
section o f southern Oregon that Rogue river valley development league,
which proposes to do a publicity and
has yet been projected. The get- promotion business for the special ben­
together, stay-together, pull-to­ efit of that section and the general ad­
gether spirit that was voiced at vantage o f Oregon.
the Ashland meeting last Friday The frequent announcement o f such
is just what is needed in every enterprise as this, as it reaches us from
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_ .. 1 eastern Oregon, from the mountains,
section of the country W OSC Cl f rom ¿he upper Willamette valley and
izens have an ambition to get i from
f rom southern Oregon, is a most satis-
well to the front in the line of fying guarantee of the working o f the
progress that is sweeping resist- new spirit which practically owes its
lessly over this busy, bustling, awakening to the Portland exposition.
1 It is a phenomenon which bears the
hustling world. The age in which highest encouragement to every inter­
we are living is fast becoming est in the state. It demonstrates be-
one o f centralization, concentra­ j yond cavil that the outreaching of Port­
tion, co-operation, if you please, land, of Salem, o f Pendleton, of Baker
and the individual, town or com- City ,,r Me<Jfori11S the outreaching of
. . . . . . .
.
.
. . Oregon. It bespeaks a healthy realiza-
mur.ity that attempts to plod ^
f the adJ ,uacy o f new methods
along- in the old, stony rut or in Gf state advertising; it means a whole-
dividual, single-handed effort, is | some competition bereft of envy or nar-
in great danger of being either , rowness.
run over and crushed or side-
With resPect t0 the Ro*ue river en'
tacked and forgotten. This ee„;
tral organization is composed not pe0pje who inhabit it, but will predict
only o f the different commercial j success for the movement. It would
bodies already organized, or to not be good taste on our part to indulge
be organized, in the various 1 in comparison between this and any
towns, but its membership list is say> at leMt> that the Ro(fUe river val_
ftlsO Open to every citizen of the \ v y ' considered as a whole, lacks in
Valley who wishes to join hands nothing, either in the enterprise o f its
with his neighbors in a long, people or the splendid character of its
Strong pull and push, altogether, undeveloped material resources that
-
W h o s e B usiness Is It?
MEDFORD,
(Old Boswell Stand)
J. W . Jacobs & Co.
CENTRAL POINT, OREGON
I J. C. W ilson
apos­
tle, prophet and whatnot, is g e t-!
ting more free advertising than all
the politicians in Oregon. John
Alexander may be a fakir and a Central Point Market
E. A. FORD, P rop .
frenzied financier in Zion, but he
C o n tr a c to r » a n d B u ild e r s
is not exactly a fool. He has a
faculty for looking after the
Carpentry and Joining in all its branches
loaves and fishes as well as the
Eresh and Cured Meats
stocks and bonds.
J o h n A l e x a n d e r D o w ie ,
Manufacturers of all classes of
E. C hapman
M a r b le a n d G r a n ite
C e m e te ry W o rk :
W ils o n & C hapm an
Estimates Furnished.
sometimes been said o f
Y our P atronaok Is S olicited
Central Point in the past that the
place is not even on the map.
That’s nothing. There was a
time in the past when Chicago
was not on the map, but a few
enterprising, wide-awake people
got together then3 and proceeded
J.
C A R LT O N
Jew eler
to put it on the map in big. red
letters. Let’s get toget her. neigh­ Permanently located in .IONES’ CASH ;
DEALER IN
STORK, Central Point.
bors, and put Central Point on
the map. It will help the looks
HARDW A R E . I ARM
o f the map and will not hurt Written guarantee on all work for 12 J
month». High grade watch repairing i
IM P LEM EN TS , E T C ,
Central Point a bit.
a specialty.
Designs furnished
or will manufa-
cure from privato
drawing.'-..
Our Granite Quarries, near Central Pqint, are
the finest on the Coast. Electric polishing
machines in our local factory. Iron fencing.
CENTRAL POINT, -OREGON
CENTRAL POINT, OR.
I t has
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P
o in t
M A R Y A. H EE
P. J. Hicken
H.
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P
h a r m a c y
P rop rietor
H. W a t k i n s
1
Pure Fresh Drugs and Medicines
CIGARS, TOBACCOS
Î
&
Gold, silver, stool and soft soldoring if
done successfully.
Orders taken for everything known in
the jeweler’ s line. Old gold and silver I Proprietary Medicines.
taken in exchange.
CONFECTIONERY ±
Druggists’ Sundries. Toilet Articles Stationery
C e n t r a l P o in t is to have a
Books, Etc.
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commercial club. It will be or­
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ICE
CREAM
AND
SODA
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ganized for the purpose o f getting
the business men and citizens
Pdints and Oils
; :
LUNCH GOODS
generally together and securing
When in the city give me a call. You will find my goods first-
concerted action in pulling for
the town. The club will act in
class and my prices reasonable.
unison with the Rogue River Val­
EA G LE POINTJ OREG O N
; ; ;
Eagle Point. Oregon
ley Development league in pull­
ing for the entire valley, which
is the only sane way for any
• ■ CENTRAL POINT
OREGON
Hotel dnd Feed Stable
town or community to build it­
•l-l-l-H -H -H -l-H -H - l-l- I-H - H - H-lri-l-
self up on a firm and lasting
foundation. What is food for
the goose is food for the gander
PRICES REASONABLE
W M . W. P* HOLT
Handle Rogue River Valley prop­
and. rather than see the show
erty , embracing alfalfa and or­
Physician and Surgeo*
DR. PLE A SA N TS
stop. Central Point is willing to
chard landa. stock ranches, city property, etc., on small commission. List your
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OREGON property with ua
CENTRAL POINT. OREGON.
E. E.SCUDDER
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Downing & Emry