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C entral P oint H erald
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F irst N a tio n a l
L ancaster & P attison , P ublishers
S. A. P attison , E ditor .
J. E. L ancaster , B usiness M anager
Published Every Thursday.
Subscription price, $1.50 per year, in
S tockholders ’ L iability , $50,000
Mrs. R. McDonaugh is having a nine
room cottage built on the Kahler lot,
near the court house, and will move
E u g e n e had a “ clean-up” day into it as soon as completed.
Mrs. Mark Gill and little daughter,
last week, in accordance with a
proclamation of the mayor to that : o f Portland, are the guests o f Mrs. A.
j E. Reames this week.
Fresh and Cired Meas
Rough and Dressed Lumber, Shingles,
Doors, Windows, Etc,
Yard on track near depot. Estimates furnished-
Let us tigure on your lumber bill.
Y our P atr on ag e I s S oli cited
M A Y 31, 1906.
effect, and the Guard says the
Mrs. Peter Applegate and Mrs
town looks very much more at
tractive in consequence. Central | Pauline Kitto are in Portland, being
| delegates from the Rebecca lodge.
Point might take a “ tip” from
Mrs. James Buckley and little daugh-
CENTRAL POINT, OREGON
c I m s b is 1 1er.
J. H. GAY
tended the democratic rally at Central
Point last week.
al th e P o i l l f f l c i a l t e a t r a l P a la i, O r ., a « w r o a d
O en eriil
Mrs. Lillie Carver, formerly o f Phoe-
: nix hut lately o f San Francisco, is now
I in charge o f the Henry Dox miilinery
H A W K
B la ck s m ith in g
Repair work o f all kinds.
Wood Turning and Scroll Work.
Horseshoeing and Wagon work
Cast Iron Brazing
CENTRAL POINT, OR.
, ter were in from Ruch this week. They
I were accompanied home with the for
we have our clean-up mer’ s sister, Miss Leona Ulrich.
day if we should run short of
work before night the mistletoe
on the oak trees in the park and
the streets should receive some
attention. In a year or two,
when we want to improve that
park block and make it a modern
and beautiful resting place, we
will be mighty sorry if the fine
shade trees are all dead. A few
whacks in time will save the
E. A. FORD, Ihsop.
FAIR DEALING, SAFETY, SECURITY
We do a conservative banking business. Always safe-guarding our customers’
interests equally with our own. W e S olicit Y our A ccount .
D irectors :—W. S. Crowell, F. K. Deuel, E. V. Carter, Chas. Strang, Geo. W.
M. L. ALFORD, C ashier . *
An independent local newspaper
devoted to the interests o f Central
Point and the Rogue River Valley.
M e d fo r d , O re g o n
P aid U p C apital , $25,000
h la rtd
«•— » — * - Central Point Market
P. J. Hicken
E. E. SCUDDER
Lumber, Doors, Windows,
Building Hardware, Old
Hote and Feed Stable p'r^ Ä 'r S ;» i? IEts' CAS"
Born, Thursday, May 17, at Burns,
Ore., to the wife o f Frank Welcome, a
daughter. Mrs. Welcome was former-
j ly Miss Frances Donegan.
Written guarantee on all work for 12
months. High grade watch repairing
A. II. Gunnell went to Merlin Mon
day night to look up some mining prop-
Gold, silver, steel and soft soldering
! i rty in that section.
J acksonville , Ore.,
Orders taken for everything known in
the jew eler's line. Old gold andsilver
Wednesday, May 23.
taken in exchange.
E A G L E PO IN T
Hickory W agons, Buggies
N e x t Monday will be election
day, for which blessing let us be
truly thankful. Not that the re
sults will make any particular
difference to the people generally
but it is like having a boil or the
grippe- a good thing to get
through with. Once it is settled
who are to enjoy the offices for
the next two or four years the
partisan newspapers and all cit
izens can settle down and boost
Oregon and the Rogue river val
ley and Jackson county and their
own town early and late. That’s
a better stunt than politics, any
* • * • • • » • • * * . • *.**. * .~***n «
Ad Helems is in Agate on business
A L L THE N E W
All crops are looking well and grow
Frank (lu te, the Agate hustler, has
been plowing on the county road with
his steam plow, but he had a break
down lately and is now using mules and
horses on the work.
IN H A T S , FRESH F R O M
T H E L A T E ST B L O C K S
D. L. Grigsby has secured the con
tract for the hauling o f 40 cords o f
wood for William Peninger. The wood
is for use o f the engine which is grading
and rolling the road near Agate.
There was a little excitement in
Agate the other day when it was re
ported that a large black bear had been
N ow that Central Point has seen in the neighborhood. Ira and
landed a bank and a creamery, James Grigsby, two old bear hunters,
with a number o f dogs, started out after
and is to have a new school
Bruin but did not succeed in running
house, and is getting new build him down.
P E A R S A N D B U F F M IX T U R E S P R E V A IL
the F a c r o r y -j-
W e Buy Our
W e have the only band initial machine in Medford.
ings every week, let us consider
We had a fine rain and every farmer
what to do next. W h a t’s the has a smile on his face not bad to look
HOTIL IN CONNECTION
matter with having a bakery and at.
a dentist and a canning factory ?
Shorty Williams, Prop. -:
There is a fine opening for every
one of these enterprises here and
Fast Horses, First-class Rigs, Careful, Experienced Drivers.
it is well for persons who are
(Too late for last issue.)
Daily Stage to Eagle Point.
looking for such propositions to
B eagle Or., Wednesday, May 23.
M EDFORD, OREGON.
William Jones made a business trip
understand that the first man on
t Special attention to Commercial Men.
the ground, if he can “ show” to Gold Hill Monday.
Brisco Bros, will commence sawing
the town that he is all right, will
get in on the ground floor. The lumber Tuesday.
banking proposition lay open for i Monroe Gordon and daughters, Clara
J. C. W ilson
E. C hapman
years and only two or three and Mattie, were trading with Central
Point merchants Friday.
months ago bankers who should
Mr. Talent, sr., is building a new
have known better were busy de
residence on his farm near Beagle.
claring that the idea o f a bank
Martin Bros, are completing their
at Central Point was absolutely
new dwelling this week,
ridiculous; but, just the same,
Rowe Gordon has commenced hauling
within the last two weeks no less
C o n tr a c to r s a n d K n ild t - r s
lumber for his new dwelling.
than four conservative, practical
Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Glass went to
Carpentry and Joining in all its branches
bankers have been eager to get
in with a bank, but only one o f
Several young men o f Long Branch
them got here first. So it will
C E N T R A L POINT, OR.
were down to the ball game Sunday.
be with the propositions above •
named. The first man on tin1 Mrs. ('apt. Short visited at the home
ground gets the plum. Now, o f J. T. Williams Sunday.
gentlemen, please don’ t all speak
Frederick Brown visited Medford last
“ The Toggery”
w ils o n
M e n ’s O u t f i t t e r s
Ci î a p m a n
Master Carl Martin, o f Medford, is
visiting friends here.
Mr. and Mrs. W . Chatman were the
Judge L. W. Webster, o f Port land, guests o f Theo. Glass Sunday.
was in our city lust week.
Paul Corwin, u brakeman on the S. P.
from Ashland to Dunamuir, was in
town this we* it on business.
J. W. Opp ami family, o f (told llill.
spent Saturday and Sunday with Jack
Miss Chloe M ckim ie. an employee o f
the Sunset Telephone company o f
Grants Pass, is taking a vacation and
is visiting friends at Jacksonville.
following pupils o f the eighth
o f the Central Point public school
sfully passed the examination
ere on the 17th and lsth inst.:|
e B. Holmes. Volney Hensley,
•nee Nichols, Mary Olsson, Lou
-r, Harry Porter, Carrie More-
Etta Williams, Pearl Ross,
Books, Etc. —
Six acres ' lirst-class black bottom
land one-quarter mile from depot.
Good 6-room house with pantry and
bath, good barn 40x40 and other neces
sary buildings One acre in choice
fruit and garden plot, balance
J. F. Reddy and Ralph Clark went
ot ttact in alfalfa
Price. *21X4) For
out to the Blue I.edge copper mine terms, etc . enquire o f or address,
Monday in the form er's automobile.
W. S K achus , Central Point, Or.
Send the H era ; ' ' to your friends.
Druggists* Sundries, Toilet Articles, Stationery
John Summertlold and Ed Fawcett
were in from the Ledge country this
week to get a load o f supplies for then-
J. M. Rader and J. G. Cotchctt at-
P oint P harmacy
Pure Fresh Drugs and Medicines
Mark Wadell, a prominent attorney
task's Imperial Enameled Ware, war;
o f Portland who has been looking after
ram e i tor to years, and also Lisk’ s An
his mining properties on Elliott creek ti Rust, tinware that will not rust At
for several months, is in Jacksonville Leever s hardware store.
M A R Y A. M EE
i ¡git111 Grade l xaminalion
Mrs. I'. I . Pennies, who has been
visiting friends in Ashland, has re
When in the city give me a call.
You will find my goods first-
class and m y prices reasonable.
Downing & Emry
Handle Rogue River Valley prop
erty , embracing alfalfa and or-
chard lands, stock ranches, city property, etc.. on small commission. List your C E N T R A L POINT
property with us.
C E N TRAL POINT. OREGON.