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LIN E O F
Still at the
Ladies' and Gents'
'I I I
FINE SHOES g
J. Richardson went over to Jaekson-
Tilic on business Thursday.
Monroe Brown was a Jacksonville
O ld Stand
Prof. N. I., Narregan closed a very
•uccessful term o f school Friday, June
8. In the evening a short program was
rendered by the pupils, after which
there was a “ I h > x social” given for the
purpose of raising fund with which to
make some improvements on the school
house ami getting an organ. Thomas
Wilhite auctioneered the boxes oir and
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tains, Paints, Oils, and in fact everything most
C en tral P o in t
. v ttr.k, i f
good assortment of GROCERIES, FEED,
Wall Paper. Window Glass and Shades, Lace Cur
L O O K O V E R T H E N E W L I N E J L !S T R E C E IV E D BY
L. H c it fie ld
Miss Eleanor Maule, o f Medford, is
vLsitmg her aunt, Mr M. II. Gorden,
♦ i l l 1! ¡"I' M I
We buy for cash and sell for cash, and
at a very small profit.
. . Spot Cash and One Price . .
JONES’ C A S H
To Water the Valley
A canal along the hillsides for 135 •i*
miles, 400 feet above the Rogue River
Mias Grace Dickison, o f Grants Pass, Valley, is what the High Line DitchCom-
came up to attend Decoration services pany, with headquarters at Portland,
and spent u few days with Table Rock hopes to have completed by this time i
next year. Milo P. Ward, a well known
P r i c e , t h e Horseshoer,
Messrs. Wolfer & Morrison report Portlander has been engaged for seven
having recently sold strawberry plants y « ™ j" financing the -rheme are has
to the amount of «ISO to one purchaser, ««cured amp.e capital hum Imloi.uuol»
I to put the ditch through fr< t the head- ■
W illie Davis, the 10-ycar-old son of Katea on upper Rcgu '
. to where it
our postmaster, E. H. Davis, fell from w i|| debouch int
m e stream at
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i i1 V h + h *
the barn on their premises Sunday morn-
„ „ <_■ unty.
tag and broke his left arm. Dr. I’ ickel “ W e have just bought the power plant
w ai called by telephone from Medford
at GoW '
have expended 880,000
and set the fractured limb. The little
| ¡n tho , , |,asc and improvements,”
autre-er is doing well.
Mr. Ward said today, “ and we have
Mr. C. A. Dickiaon, the Grant« Pass spent ¡*'20,000 more on works at the
livery man, passed through here Thurs head gates and on the first 20-mile sec
day with a commercial traveler. Char tion of the ditch, which is to be 20 feet
lie's friends are always glad to see him wide end ix feet deep, narrowing to 14
on his old stamping ground.
feet in width at its terminu.-. ( ontracts
for digging the entire ditch will he let
A M. Mears, of Portland, has pur
| this summer, and the cost o f construe- |
chased 40 actes o f laud adjoining the
tion is to be $920,000.
Washburn orchard from D. M. Grish
“ The high line ditch will supply w a te r;
for irrigating, and placer mining to the
The Eagle Point Sunday school had a farms and mini s along its route, where
picnic Sunday on the river near the water is badly needed at present. Gold
bridge and were joined by several fam in considerable quantity exists in the
gravel bed below the line o f the ditch '
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A petition for a rural delivery route, and can be obtained by piping from our
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Starting from Central Point, is being canal. U id. this, new orena-ds. alfalfa X
o d hv
o r residents.
| beds and v, getable gardens will be dll- *
O N L Ï WÜITK HKLP EMPLOYED
I tivated where now land is too dry in the j .j.
Summer season for successful farming. V
“ The land along the hillsides has been | •
pronounced solid enough to hold water
A fine dairy farm o f 020 acres, 12 : at such great height, and there is no
miles from Eugene, Oregon. For par- j f ear 0f leaks or breaks in the hanks
ticulars write to .1. W. Moreland, (Vn- The high-line ditch will prove a blessing
C en tral Point, O rego n
8-tf to a large section o f Jackson County,
------------------------1 which has hitherto suffered from lack
Rates $1.00 Up.
S p e c ia l A t t e n t io n
I o f water in the dry months o f Summer
Special by the Week
A Rich Strike
P a id to T r a v e l in g M ÍEN
land early Fall.” —Telegram.
W ago n W ork .
H O T E L
J. H. Adams, who lias had a force of
men at work at the Bloomfu Id mine in
Joe liar district, reports today that he
has made one of the greatest strikes in j
the history of southern Oregon
A tunnel 146 feet long has been run
that I, D. II. Miller, treasurer : Q
and where the vein is cut a width
i, will, ! »
o f Jackson county, Oregon,
o f 40 feet is in evidence. The values are 'on or before July 14, l'.kifi, receiv
•eceive ■ fj
in copper and gold. The sulphides ore i sealed bids for twelve $1000 five (5) > j
assays 14 per rent ,. cooper and $211 cold. . ' per cent tMinds issued account School: If
«.renile runs 42 per
ceiU copper and j.j.-lrict No. 6, Central Point. Jackson 'Ù
$10 20 per ton in gold. Mr. Adams is a
Oregon, the liids for bonds to 53
mining man o f large experience and I 1
1 . 1906, at 9 o'clock a.
will develop the property on a large m. The bonds
Is to he
be awarded to the
scale.— Moil ford Tribune.
highest bidder and each bid to be ac
companied iiv a certified check in the
sum of $YK), to be wholly forfeited if
f or Sale
successful bidder shall fail to purchase.
Six acr s'first-class black bottom For conditions o f bonds address School
land one-qu. rter mile from depot. Clerk District No. 6, Central Point,
Good 6-roem hon ;e with pantry and Jackson County, Oregon.
1). 11 M ILLE R .
both, good barn 40x10 and other neces
County Treasurer Jackson County.
sary buildings One acre in choice
benring fruit and garden plot, balance
o f tract in alfalfa
I’ric i. $2000 For
terms, etc . enquire of or address.
Send the HERALD to your friends.
W. S, H a c h i k , Central Point, Or
Sanderson & Sons
Does any and all kinds of
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Plans and Specifications
on work in all
parts of the valley
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C’< n lrrtl I ’o in t &
Wo now have the exclusive sale cl' some fine alfalfa H
farms, grain anil fruit lands, stock ranches, unimproved u
timber lands and gold-liearing quartz ledges, partly devel
oped. Business and residence property at reasonable prices.
We respect fully solicit the homesookers’ patronage. Our
motto is, "Small Commission and Square Dealing.”
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Fresh, Itirii Milk <!■'! •> »rfHÌ
to eu* »moi» in any tjuun
tity, ib »rninj; or «»venwjc.
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Call and let us figure with you.
We are here to
Help 11s with your printing orders.
BAIN WAGONS. BUGGIES. HACKS,
IN STEEL and RUBBER TIRES
stay and to help you make Centra! Point worth
W e carry a full line of
Or anything else that you may need.
J ames E. G r ik v l ,
Engines. Pump . Bicycles j n J Incubators
Central Point Herald
W e carry one o f the
.rges' stocks in Jackson County
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