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About Central Point herald. (Central Point, Or.) 1906-1917 | View This Issue
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
6 Pounds for $1
Nice Flavored Coffee and far superior to the common Package Coffees.
J. S. Brown, of Canes creek, who
owns a fíne ledge of limestone and who
is engaged in the manufacture of lime,
Was in town Tuesday looking up the
lime business relative to the new school
house, bank building and other build
ings which are likely to go up here this
Lynn Purdin, the affable editor of
the Gold Hill News, was in the city
several days ago and favored the H er
a l d sanctum with a fraternal call. Mr.
Purdin is giving Gold Hill a good paper
and the fact that he has just returned
from Portland, where he went to pur
chase a new outfit for his office, shows
With a good assortment of GROCERIES, FEED,
FURNITURE, QUEENSWARE, GLASSWARE,
A COMPDETE LINE OF
Wall Paper, Window Glass and Shades, Lace Cur
tains, Paints, Oils, and in fact everything most
GROCERIES, SHOES, HATS & CENTS’ FURNISHINGS
L. H a tfie ld
that his work is appreciated and is
prospering. G. T. Hershberger, a for
mer resident and business man of this
place, now engaged in merchandising
in Gold Hill, was also here the same
:: The Courts, Real Estate Transfers, :ji
Marriage Licenses, Marriages.
Real Estate Transfers
We buy for cash and sell for cash, and
at a very small profit.
. . . Spot Cash and One Price . . .
JO NES’ C A SH STORE
Is Your Horse Lame?
I’M IT ! ”
Sanderson & Sons
W. E. Price
(By the Special Court Correspondent of the Central Point HERALD.)
*i “ n n r .
C en tral P o in t
Still at the
Special Roasted COFFEE
T. M. Medley, of Eugene, represent
ing the International Correspondence
schools, of Pennsylvania, was in town
Saturday. Mr. Medley is an old real
estate mar. and he is considering the
matter of locating in Central Point in
that line of business.
a n d Builders
Plans and Specifications
on work in all
parts of the valley
Estate of Martha M. Tarbell—Order j R H Whitehead et ux to W C Green,
appointing C. A. Simons, N. J. Rea- property in n edford, #990.
soner and Thomas Dan ford, appraisers.
Nannie Barr et ux to W C Green, • - .¡—¡—H —H - H —I—I—I—I—I—S—H - M - M - I - M - H -h
Estate of Thos. Ferguson Order property in blk 79, Medford, correction
confirming sale of real property.
Estate of L. Hubert—E. H. Hubert j Catherine Ethell to A P Evans, 40 a
appointed administrater and Wm. De- in sec 28, tp 37, 1 e, and ICO a in sec 4, 1
neff, Abner Grimes and S. P. De Ro- j tp 37, 1 w, *400.
bo am appraisers.
First Free Methodist Church to Mrs.
Estate Benj. Haymond—Order ap -! Bessie Steelman, property in Ashland, i
pointing H. I. Pelton, H. L. White and *350.
IJ« i n t i n i r , D e c o r a t i n g a n d P a p e r -
R. H. Moore appraisers.
J G Turner etux to Richard Beswick,
H a n g in g
A ll i t s
B ra n ch es.
Estate Euphenia Edmunson—Order 10 a in sec 8, tp 39, 1 e, *1.
made appointing T. F. Kelly, vl. F.
W C Green et ux to F C Pagem, j
C E N T R A L P O IN T , OR,
McCown and P. C. Dailey appraisers. property in blk 79, Medford, 9200.
Eliza J. Woolsoncroft to Alex ‘Duff,
1156-100 a in tp 37, 2 w, *3000.
Jack Vartin et ux to F E Martin,
s3.96 a in tp 38, 1 w, *550.
At a regular session of the adjourned
Frances Roth to E W Thomas, lot 10,
Circuit Court the following proceed blk 66, Si edford, *500.
ings wore had on May 28, 190G:
U S to W J Freeman, ni of n] sed 14
T. C. Norris vs. Gilbert Ramaker tp 32, patent.
company—Motion to appeal case to U.
U S to Frank Amy, swi sec 11, tp
S. district court overruled.
32, 3e, patent.
Z. M. Gossett vs. Roaring Gimlet
F H Blake et ux to John P Lord, nej
Gold Mining company—Order made con sec 24, tp 40, 1 w, *900.
Hiram Tripp et ux to R A Lares, lot
6, blk 2, Cottage Home add to Medford
S S Bennett et ux to Mrs Irma Tay
V e h i c l e s , Etc.
lor, 4 a in tp 37, 2 w, $200
Thos E Nichols et ux to Gus Nichols, * W e c a r r y a fu ll lin e o f
B. R. Porter vs. C. R. Ray—Wm. M. Nichols
irrigating ditch, $1.
Colvig attorney for plaintiff.
James P Hansen to Maurice C Mur
J. S. Grigsby vs. Ira Grigsby, ad rey, 18.97] a tp 37, 1 w, $2000.
BAIN WAGONS, BUGGIES, HACKS,
ministrator—Reames & Reames and J.
Maurice C Murrey et ux to Rose E
R. Neil attorneys for plaintiff.
Murrey, 4.40 a tp 37, X w, $1000.
IN STEEL and RUBBER TIRES
Central Point, Oregon
H ay & Learned
DEALER IN WOOD
D. C. G R IM
City. D r a y i n g a n d T r a n s f e r
All Kinds of Hauling
CENTRAL POINT, OR.
Freeman & Wiley
has again changed hands and is being
thoroughly repaired preparatory to be
Teils of Central Point
W . C. L E E Y E R
T h e H ard w arem an
S to v e s a n d R a n g e s ,
T in ft lunnmeled W are
Harness, Saddles, Robes and Whips, Gasoline
Engines. Pumps. Bicycles and Incubators
The Portland Journal of last Monday
contains an interesting article regard
ing the recent rapid development of
.£ We carry one of the largest stocks in Jackson County
Central Point. Among other things
C hristian C hurch .
it speaks of the change in the
E. A. La Dow, pastor. Preaching1
service at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sun-! E
CENTRAL POINT, OR.
ownership of the townsite, the
school, 10 a. m. Ladies Aid So
tablishment of a newspaper, cream day
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ery, bank, etc., and also goes in afternoon at 3 p. m. at the home of
to some details regarding the possibil its members. Choir practice every F ri-,
ity of early activity in railroad build day night.
M ethodist E piscopal .
ing from this point. On this subject
Geo. L. Burbank, pastor. Sunday I
the Journal says:
every Sunday at 10 a. m.
‘‘Dr. C. R. Ray, president and man school
Preaching every Sunday at 11 a. m.
ager of the Condor Water and Power and
other Sunday at 7:30 p. m.
company, whose big Rogue river power Prayer meeting
Thursday evening at
plant is near Central i’oint, has been 7:30 p. m. A cordial
invitation is ex
called to New York on important busi- j tended to all. Preaching
at Gold Hill
ness, and the fact that shortly before on alternate Sunday evenings
going he applied to the town board for p. m. Sunday school every Sunday
a franchise to operate an electric rail 10 a. m.
road over the streets of Central Point
is significant, it being acknowledged,
even by rival towns, that this place is
nearer and more available as the start
ing point for a railroad into the sugar Old Relidble Bdrber Shop
( line belt to the east and on to Crater i
ake, which is only 76 miles distant, }
GLENN OWEN, P r o p .
BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE LOTS have again been
than any other town in the valley.
placed on the market and at very reasonable prices.
The atr is full of rumors of railroad
building and judging front the rapid
Sleek Shaves and
Now is the time to buy lots and we here give a few reasons
K ace everything has been taking it is I
why this property is a good and safe investment:
ard to tell what a few days may bring |
F irst —Central Point has never been boomed, therefore it
The large flouring mill here, which 1
(Oia Boswell Stand)
was I>ought by a rival in a nearby town
has no inflated values, which insures excellent opportunities for
years ago anti has since been locked up.
CENTRAL POINT. OREGON
business openings and investments.
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES AND GLASS.
GOODS OF ALL KINDS.
Fishing tackle especially built for the Rogue River
C e n tr a l P o in t, O re g o n
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One of the Com ing C enters of the F a
m ous Rogue R iver Valley
JA C K SO N C O U N T Y B A N K
f E stablished 1888,]
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W. I. VAWTER, P res .
G. R. LINDI.EY, C ashier
B. F. A dkins , V ice -P res .
L. l . J acobs . A sst . C ashier
Under one Management for nearly Twenty Years.
Promptness. Courtesy and Conservatism is a part
of our policy.
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I Do Y o u
FURNITURE OR CARPETS ?
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T h e H o m e o f C o m m e r
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HOTEL NASH CO., PROPS.
JG ROOM UNSURPASSED.
S econd —It is the most sightly and centrally located town in
the Rogue river valley.
T hird —It is the main outlet for the large belt of sugar pine
forests at the head of this valley.
F ourth —It has more good land tributary and is surrounded
K lm h ir s t & tr ia d e . P r o p r i e t o r s
by a more thickly populated country than any town in the valley.
Intensive farming, on small tracts, is the rule.
F I N E S T O C K . G O O D R IG S . C O V E R E D C A B
F ifth —The town will this summer erect one of the finest
school buildings in Southern Oregon. A bank will also soon be
P hone 441
M edford , C regon
S ixth —The mining industry, right at our doors, is fast be
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coming an important factor.
S eventh —The town has the best and cheapest electric light
• ■ STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS
ONLY WHITE HELP EMPLOYED • •
and power system in Oregon.
E ighth —W’e understand that parties are now figuring on
building an electric railway from this point to skirt the entire
N inth —Central Point is bound to grow and by buying now
Central Point, Oregon
you are sure to double your money within twelve months.
For prices, terms and other information, call on or address
N a s li L iv e r y S ta b le
I Sec W e e k s & B a k e r ::
T lie ir G o o d s
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Lancaster & Pattison,
CENTRAL POINT. OR.
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