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DEALER IN WOOD
(Continued from 1st page.)
Enquire at Pleas
Charlie Briscoe, o f Trail creek, was
in town qn business Saturday.
C E N T R A L P OINT, OR.
( ' Mr«. J. H. ¡McFall, o f near town,
visited relatives at Gold Hill last Sat
Cedar Screen Doors and Hangings,
Screen Windows and Wire at [.co
STY LE S, NOBBISH
P A TTE R N S and LO W E ST PRICES
W E A R IN G A P P A R E L
Orders taken for “ T A IL O R M A D E S U IT S .”
Mrs. Warren Mee and children, o f
Applegate, are visiting relatives in this
G EN TLEM EN ’S
W . C. L E E V E R
C E N T R A L POINT, OREGON
Prof. A. J. Hanby went to Ashland & Daniel, prominent stockmen o f Pros
■Tuesday to remain until Friday to visit pect, was in the city the first o f the
week buying supplies for the ranch.
Russ Moore, a well known rancher o f
Frank E. By bee, o f Jacksonville,
Dead Indian, was in town Monday buy democratic nominee for sheriff o f Jack-
son county, was in town Tuesday and
X I ie H a r d w a r e m a n
Shelf and Heavy Hardware
Cigars, Tobaccos, Confectioneries and Soft Drinks
ICE CREAM PARLORS IN CONNECTION
S to v e » a n d
R a n g e s ,
X i n & E n a m e le d W a r e
Central Point, Oregon
Post Office Building
P A IN T S , OILS, V A R N IS H E S A N D G LASS.
GOODS OF A L L K IN D S.
Kinds of Repair Work
C e n trai P oin t, O regon
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Jeff< ?rs & Peart
E u r o p e a n P la n
General Blac ksmiths & Woodworkers
W e treat yc >u a n d y o u r horses right
W . E. PRICE
Central Point Horseshoer
REFU RN ISH ED THROUGHOUT
rcH O u^j
M ED FO RD .
o f Jacksonville,
N a s h L iv e r y S t a b le
SH ERIFF OF JACKSON COUNTY
One of the Coming
No. 24, Official Ballot
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B U SIN E SS A N D R E S ID E N C E LOTS have again been
placed on the market and at very reasonable prices.
Now is the time to buy lots and we here give a few reasons
why this property is a good and safe investm ent:
Ï Hay & Learned
T hird — It is the main outlet for the large belt o f sugar pine
forests at the head o f this valley.
F ourth — It has more good land tributary and is surrounded
by a more thickly populated country than any town in the valley.
Intensive farming, on small tracts, is the rule.
f a i n t i n g . D e c o r a t in K a r id P a p e r -
H a n u in g
A l l Ita R r n n e h e s .
A bank will also soon be
S ixth — The mining industry, right at four doors, is fast be
coming an important factor.
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Lancaster & Pattison,
CENTRAL POINT, OR.
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Groceries, Paints, Oils & Feed
HOTEL IN CONNLGTION
Exclusive agents for V irgin ’s Best Flour and Leslie’s Sterelized
Salt and Heath & Milligan Paints.
Shorty Williams, Prop.
Fast Horses. First-class Rigs, Careful, Ixperjenced Drivers.
Daily Stage to lagle Point.
S P O T C A S H and O N E P R IC E —
D E L I V E R Y —Shippers o f Chickens,
E gg s
Special attention to Commercial Men.
Sanderson & Sons Con,r“^r Builder,
Plans and Specifications
Freeman & Wiley
V e h i c l e s , Etc.
| W i carry a fuM line o f
B A IN W A G O N S. BUGGIES. H AC K S,
IN ST E E L and RUBBER TIR E S
on work in all
pa rts o f the valley
Central Point, Oregon
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ONLY WHITE HELP EMPLOYED
C A L L AND
| Harness. Saddles. Robes and Whips, Gasoline
Inqines. Pumps. Blc>cles and Incubators
a n d M illin ery.
W e carry one o f the largest stocks in Jackson County
Wp Moot »ml Beat Medford prim's.
C E N T R A L POINT. OR.
( ’»II »ml get acquainted and let us prove it
CENT RAL POINT. OREGON
W in d ow
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Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Ladies’
and Gents’ Furnishings, Notions
M edford , O regon
Furniture, Carpets, Dry Goods,
E ighth — Wo understand that parties are now figuring on
building an electric railway from this point to skirt the entire
you are sure to double your money within twelve months.
For prices, terms and other information, call on or address
H e a le r in —
and power system in Oregon.
N inth — Central Point is bound to grow and by buying now
T. M, JONES, Proprietor
S eventh — The town has the best and cheapest electric light
I ’ O IN 'T , O R .
F ifth — The town will this summer erect one o f the finest
school buildings in Southern Oregon.
Jones’ Cash Store
F ir st —Central Point has never been boomed, therefore it
has no inflated values, which insures excellent opportunities for
business openings and investments.
S econd —It is the most sightly and centrally located town in
the Rogue river valley.
S lad e, P ro p rie to rs
P h o n e 441
Famous Rogue River Valley
HOTEL NASH CO., PROPS.
TH A T’S ALL
Democratic Nominee for
IG ROOM UNSURPASSED.
FRANK E. BYBEE,
W. T. Grieve, o f the firm o f Grieve
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The H om e o f C om m er
cial and AI in in jg A len
The four-year-old son o f Mr. and Mrs.
F. H. Hopkins, who was very seriously L. L. M U LIT,
ill with bronchial pneumonia last week,
o f Ashland,
is much improved.
Democratic Nominee for
William Mayfield, o f Rossland, Crook
county, who has been visiting his father
For Jackson County !
at Beagle for some time, left for his
home Saturday evening.
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F i n e S a m p l e R o o m a s
HORSESl IOEING A SPECIALTY
(Under this head, announcements o f
W. C. I.eever, W. J. Freeman and
T. M. Jones represented Central Point candidates o f all parties, for election at
the general June election, will be en
at the Ashland development meeting tered at reasonable rates.)
county road, between
Central Point and Medford, a buggy
whip. Owner can have same at this
office by paying for this notice.
Fishing tackle especially built for the Rogue River
The reported sale o f the Williams
livery barn in this city was incorrect. |
Williams is still doing business at the ■
D EALER IN
G. S. M O O RE
A fine son was born last Thursday while here made this office a pleasant
morning to Mr. and Mrs. Guy Tex, o f call.
Jas. Tuffs, a pioneer o f 1851 and a
The H erald office is indebted to Mrs. well known resident o f this valley, died
G. W. Jeffers for a handsome bouquet at his home in Grants Pass last Friday.
Deceased was a relative o f Mrs. Farra
o f cut flowers from her garden.
o f this city.
W a n t e d ’ - An experienced woman
The May Day ball given in the opera
cook; permanent position; Snowy Butte
house Tuesday night was well attended
Orchard, near Central Point.
and a most enjoyable evening was
F. H. Hopkins left Tuesday morning
passed. Purkeypile’ s orchestra fur
fo r a short business trip to San Fran
nished excellent music for the occasion
cisco. He expects to be gone about a
J. H. McFall, who reside» a half
mile east o f town, was a pleasant caller
M. and Mrs. C. S. Emry left W ed
Saturday. Mr. McFall is one o f the
nesday for a month’ s visit with rela
valley's most successful melon raisers
tives in the Willamette valley and east
and last year produced the melon that I
took first premium at the Lewis &
Miss Cora March,*of near this city, Clark fair. It weighed 51 pounds. Mr.
went to Derby last Sunday, where she McFall also took premiums on sweet
will teach a three months’ term o f potatoes, yellow Corn and club wheat.
FO U N D — On t h e
All Kinds o f Hauling
‘ Mr*. M. B. Hanley, o f Jacksonville,
was ;here trading, the first o f the week.
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