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P O IN T . O H E O O N . T H U R S D A Y ,
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vior. ’’ Evening subject — “ What i
E«rl Gunyaw and Cora May 1906, appointed as a day for final se t-!
As Others See Us
spent several days - ery pleasantly with Man ?”
Jacksonville friends this week.
Amos C. Nininger and Vera E. tlement.
M ethodist E piscopal .
Louisa Hanson appointed _ guardian
A large consignment of freight was
Geo. L. Burbank, pastor. Sunday-
for John A. Peninger.
issue of the Central
school every Sunday at 10 a. m.
On the morning of May 2nd, when all
Bond filed— W. C. Brice, T. J. O’ Har-1 Herald reached us this morning. It is this week. Among them were bar fix Preaching every Sunday at 11 a. m.
na*ure was developing a new and won
tures for W. A. Hutton, who will soon and every other Sunday at 7:30 p. m.
i ra and Robert Ashworth appointed ap-1 published by Lancaster and Pattison, open a saloon at Joe Bar.
derful life, with rejoicings on every
Prayer meeting Thursday evening at
! the latter, S. A. Pattison, being editor,
hand from birds and trees and flowers,
May 1st, 1906, by Carl T. Skurman,
Mrs. Maud Baer Miller, who has had 7:30 p. m. A cordial invitation is ex
j Estate of Helen M. Moore— Inven-! It is a neat paper throughout, well charge of the Dox millinery store for tended to ail. Preaching at Gold Hill
a few friends met at the residence of J, P., Arthur Holden and Dosha Mar
tory and appraisement filed and order | patronized by advertisers and a credit | some time, left for Seattle Monday to on alternate Sunday evenings at 7:30
J. M. Upton to assist him and family tin.
p. m. Sunday school every Sunday at
to the town and publishers.—Medford join her husband.
made for sale of personal property.
to celebrate his seventy-sixth mile
10 a. m.
Fstate'of M. P. Phipps— Semi-annual
stone in the journey of fife.
County Court Items
The Central Point Heaald, published
After greetings and handshakes were
Estate of Emanuel King—The day of by S. A. Pattison and J. E. Lancaster, crowded out this week.
over and an hour spent in social con
Order made assigning August Betz hearing of petition for sale o f lots in | is at hand. It Is a neat, newsy sheet,
verse had been enjoyed, we were sdtn-
The railroad company expects to
moned to the banquet table, where tax certificate on payment of sum of block 46, Medford, set for June 9, 1906. j well filled with advertisements, and move the water tank trom Medford to
Estate of Emanuel King— S. S. Pence promises well. We extend our best; tbjs piace
those present did ample justice to the certificate, plus 10 per cent interest
appointed guardian ad litem of Rudolph wishes.—Southern Oregonian.
1 from date of purchase by county.
good things provided.
Work will commence on F. H. Hop-
Then the host, acting »as toast-mas-
The petition signed by John Wetzel,
I A copy o f the Central Point Herald,
kins fine new residence at Snowy Butte
ter, after ') few well selected remarks, et. al., for a road was denied ana the
| o f which S. A. Pattison is the editor, I
Orchard next Monday.
gave to all his sentiments in the fol- COurt ordered the costs incurred in the
was received this week. Sam is get
The greatest speaker on the So
lowing words; “ My friends —Since ‘the survey to be paid by petitioners.
Oris Crawford, of Jacksonville, Dem
ting out a rattling good paper and is
cialist platform today, except
days of our years are three-score vears I
Polk Matthews, an old and respected ; booming things at Central Point.—
and ten,’ and while we pledge to each}
e m a te r o t e petition
Debs, will speak in
resident of Eagle Point, died at his ! Condon Globe.
other our friendship, let us touch by S. Patterson, et. al„ for work
The Notes is in receipt of the first
glasses and drink in the rich fruition of Anderson creek, the petition was grant-1 home -U jh a t place last Monday
ing of Bright’s disease, aged about 62. copy of the Central Point, Oregon,
The application of Dr. C. Ray for a
fife-giving hope that the three-score j «> and *150 « lven toward the road-
Deceased was a pioneer o f the Eagle Herald, published at Central Point, franchise foran electric railway through
AT 8 P. M. and a t
and tenth anniversary of each one ' Order made releasing part of the tax
Point country and amassed a consider Oregon, by J. E. Lancaster and S. A. the town was continued by the town ;
present be attained with health and certificate held by ‘ Jackson county on
able amount of property in that neigh Pattison. The former is the business | board to the next meeting.
[ lot 14, block 20, on account of double
borhood. He was unmarried.
manager and the latter the editor. The
Then came the responses, with more assessment,
The funeral took place at Eagle Point Herald is a six-column folio all made at
touching of glasses and more drinking
Privilege of erecting telephone poles Wednesday morning, interment being home, and is filled with local news'
AT 8 P. M.
— not, however, of the strong wine,
and wires given to C. M. Pheister, et. made in the cemetery at that place.
C hurch .
well written and ad\ «rtisements artis- j
but a more pleasant and milder b e v -:
ah, providing said poles or wires do
E. A. La Dow, pastor. Preaching All who wish to hear a good
tically displayed. The Notes wishes
erage after which Miss Grace Upton
not interfere with the public travel,
the new firm success in their venture, j service at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.
speaker, one who thoroughly
read a beautiful selection from No. 18 j
school, 10 a. m. Ladies Aid So
ciety meets regularly tvery Wednesday
of Youth’s Companion.. When, after
understands Socialism, should
the Rogue river valley, in which Cen afternoon at 3 p. m. at the home of
many well wishes being expressed, the 1 County hospital report filed,
Agate has had no earthquakes yet tral Point is situated, is one of the i its members. Choir practice every Fri
not miss these meetings.
guests departed, feeling that a profit-
o f Olson’s addition to Medford but we have had some pretty hot days.
richest and most productive on the day night.
R. C. HENSLEY.
able time had been enjoyed.
M. | approved
Subject o f morning sermon—“ The
Chairman Campaign Com.
Miss Nancy Conley is over from Sams coast. The firm, in addition to their Christian’s Regard for an Unseen Sa-
Central Point, Or., May 4, ’06.
newspaper plant, also own the tow n-'
Order made to transfer money re- valley visiting with old friends.
site, and will push the real estate busi- J
: eeived from deceased persons from spe
J. L. Richardson carried the -nail from
ness.—Canonsburg (Pa.) Notes.
cial to general fund.
Trail to this place for a day or two
The Central Point Herald is the I
In the matter o f the change of road during the week in place of Roy Tan
An indication of the healthy business ; - T ,
Improvement Corn- ner, who was visiting his mother near latest newspaper venture by Brother 1
condition of Central Point is given by I ° f Jackf ° " “
S. A. Pattison, formerly of this place. I
\ pany, Carl T. Jones,
Thomas Riley and Phoenix.
the amount of business ransac e a . Lee Catkins were instructed to lay out
The ditch company has closed their ! Mr. Pattison is editor-in-chief and J. E.
the local railroad office. lne riE R A L D j
r o a (j
fence across the old road leading from i Lancaster, formerly o f the Townsite
is informed that even at this dull sea- j s
company of Condon, is business man-
son the freight business of the office ! Order made'giving Joe Garritson a this place to the bridge and from now i
The PaPer is a six-column folio
amounts to more than $100 per day. monthly allowance o f $5.
I and is neat, readable, newsy and has a
Agent P. F. Kuper, who has been in !
I good showing of well arranged ads.
charge of the office for the past month, i
There is but one thing lacking in the Mesirs Pattison and Lancaster have
Real Estate Transfers
has taken up with the company the i
H erald to make the paper tip-top in bought the originai townsite of Central
matter of some needed improvements
every respect. That is to give the point consisting of about loo residence
in the office, among which are a tele-
U" ' ted S0tatf to John D’ Klter’ nw} weekly prices of all marketable p ro-; and busm, s3 lot8 and wi„ bandle tbem
graph office, anight operator, electric se^ .’ J5 ’ e’ Patent-
duce. 1 his would be of great value to ; ¡n connection with the paper. From
fights for the building, a safe 4(nd a
Un,t£ S,tates to A1,ce Klrk’ nw‘ sec us farmers.
Mr. Pattison’s description of the town
well to supply water for the urn? of the ^
“ e/ I,atl‘nt-
Joseph Martin has again moved into ard vicinity the Herald’ s prospects are
employes and the traveling public.
I Ahee and Benjamm Kirk to J. A.
the Agate neighborhood and is now 'qui:* rosy. Success to you both in
______________ Perry, nwi sec 28, tp 32, 2e, $1600.
' your new venture and location.—Con-
J. D. Kiter to J. A. Perry, nwj sec living on Ira Grigsby’s place.
Forgot Their Names
12> tp 32, 2e, $1690.
We are informed that Mr. Clute is I don Times^_________________
j Heirs of John Orth to C. R. Ray, 650 going to plow the road with his engine '
A bunch of candidates, aspirants for acres ¡n tp 38j 2w, $5000.
and that he wifi commence the work !
county offices, were in town last Friday
William Ulrich et. ux. to J. C. Emer-
sometime this coming week.
distributing cards, thereby making ick 2J acres in D. L. C. 42, tp 37, lw,
themselves generally agreeable to the 1350.
WE GET SUGAR, FLOUR, FEED, ETC.,
festive voter. The H erald acknowl-
John Kingsley to Harry C. Stoddard,
E. T. Staples, of Ashland, is in town :
edges a short call from the gentlemen , ]0;y ] to 6, inclusive, in secs 26 and 35,
and regrets exceedingly that it is un- tp 3^ j W j $1800.
(Received too late for last issue.)
Mrs. Bessie Blackmore, of Dunsmuir,
able to give them each a personal men-
Thon.as Lawson to Emma Skurman,
Born, to the wife of J. H. Carlton, I is visiting Mrs. Marion Tyler this week j
tion, but the fact that we inadvertently !and in 8ec 4 tp 33> lw> ?1
on Sunday, April 29, a daughter.
dropped their cards into the waste | Cordelia Nowles et. ux. to E. G.
I Miss Lotta Flurey, who has been in
Miss Clara Richardson has been visit Portland some time, returned home 1
basket and that they inadvertently wiUmarth> lot 5> b,k 16> Gold Hill)
and unanimously failed to have their $750.
Y E T W E ARE
names entered on the H erald ’ s sub
Mrs. M. H. Drake et al to W. H.
Mrs. Anna Campbell, o f Stockton,
scription fist leaves us completely at Venablo; land in D. L. C. 38, tp 3w,
Mrs. Ella Saltmarsh is visiting friends Ca, arrived Tuesday to visit her par-
sea as to their cognomens and aspira- i j j q q
and relatives in this neighbood.
: ents, Mr. and Mrs.
tions. The H erald is powerful sorry
Hannah D. Jones to G. H. Miller,
but it is not all its fault.
: lot 15 town o f Phoenix SI
I The coPioU3 rain of laa* Friday a" u
Miss Bessie Nickel! went to Portland
William A.¡Webster to John McAllis-
mate" a be" e ll
1 e Monday to remain during the summer.
j ter, nei sec 26, tp s5, 2e, con 160 acres, j
| T. Kenney has returned from a busi-
Important Mining Degl
Mrs. Cora E. Officer spent a couple nesg ^rjp to ftoseburg and Grants Pass,
of days in Medford the first of the I
Messrs. Ingram, Hustòrt, McReynolds |
Robertson et ux to Lida 1 week.
[ Mrs, A. E. Reames returned from
and Irwin, who have beert developing a
. i Hillsboro a few days ago. She was ac-
promising group of mining prospects
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compamed by her mother, Mrs. Tongue.
W. N. Grubb et ux to Thomas Buck- Medford a business trip last Friday.
three miles west of this place, recently
At a meeting of the board of direct-
sold the entire group to eastern parties man et ux, property in Ashland, $1200.
John Watkins is making some sub-!
Bat we are at the old stand with our MAMMOTH LINE OF
. ,. , .
. ors the following teachers were select-
the consideration being $6000 cash. The
stantial improvements in the property
ed for the Jacksonville public school:
GENERAL MERCHANDISE, Selling with a profit to
H erald is informed that a complete
he purchased from S. F. Robnett.
J. Percy Wells, principal; Robert Jones,
complement of machinery will be in $ 100 .
as well as to the consumer: DRY GOODS,
George W. Trefren el ux to Weyer
stalled on the property in the near fu
to Brownboro last Sunday to witness the intermediate department; Mrs. Mary
ture and that a full crew of men will
CLOTHING, GROCERIES, SHOES,
ball game between Eagle Point and Peter, primary.
be put to work on the claims about 39, 4e, 160 acres, $10.
the Brownboro team, the former team
NISHINGS, FEED, IN QUANTITIES LARGE OR
The dance which was to have been
Emérick, lot 14, blk 20, Medford, $1775. winning. Tne score was 8 to 5 and given by the Redmen at Orth’s hall,
those who witnessed the game say it
Friday, May 11, has been postponed on
Important Real Estate Deal
was a very interesting one.
account of H. E. Ankeny’s illnesd. Mr.
Our public school closed for the sea Ankeny is with his son-in-law, J. S.
A deal was closed last Saturday by 1
son with an entertainment at the Orth, who lives in the Orth block, and
the Western Oregon Orchard company
Estate of H. Allison—Order made
church last Saturday night, when a it was thought best to defer all fes
for tho purchase of 40U acres o f fruit for sale of real property.
very entertaining program was carried tivities in that hall until Mr. Ankeny
land in the Roxy Ann foothills, adjoin
Estate of James Elliott—T. J. Ken
ing their former holdings. The newly ny appointed administrator and John out. Prof. Wood and Mrs. Cook dererve recovers, which his friends hope will
acquired tract will be planted to apples Miller, Emil Britt and Henry Dox ap much praise for the manner in which not be long.
the scholars were drilled in their sev
and pears, making a total of more than praisers of said estate.
W. C. Deneff, John Barnum, Alfred
1000 acres now in trees or to be planted
Estate of William Broad—Order made eral parts.
Elmer, Miss Rnby Fox, Miss Emma
by the company. The sale was made appointing Anna Broad administratrix
Kasshafer returned from San Francis
Pure prepared Paint and Pure Lin co this week,
by the Rogue River Land company.
and John S. Orth, Peter Applegate and
seed Oil at Leever’s. Get prices before
Harry Luy appraisers.
Drs. Morrison and McKenney, of
Estate of Martha M. Hendrix— Final painting.
Medford, have been in Jacksonville
account and report filed and order
several times this week in attendance
The clerk has issued the following J made discharging J. W. Ling as ad-
Cedar Screen Doors and Hangings,
on H. E. Ankeny.
Screen Windows and Wire at Lee
Miss Gertrude McCallen, o f Ashland,
Guy Lawton and Corinne Cameron;
Estate of Hugh F. Barron—June 2, ver’ s.
A Birthday Anniversary
j T h e fir s t
Joseph W anhope
M edford, Wednesday, May 16
Ashland, Thursday, May 17
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In Carload Lots
Not Closing Out,
Not Selling Below Cost
Not Quitting Business
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