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About Central Point herald. (Central Point, Or.) 1906-1917 | View This Issue
H AR M O N Y
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price, develop our resources and in
crease our wealth.
The Rogue River Valley Develop
ment league does not take the place o f
or conflict with any commercial body
or any section o f the valley, but its
object is to aid and assist impartially
every commercial body and every por
tion o f the valley. How does it do
First—More money can be raised In
the entire valley than in any one por
tion o f it.
Second—This money will be expended
for advertising and other purposes as
the executive board, composed o f men
from all portions o f the valley, shall
Third—The advertising will begotten
up by committees from all parts o f the
ralley, ihat everything may be fair and
Fourth—Supposing some one town
should decide that it would rather do
its own advertising; as a result, the
homeHeeker would come there and look
over the town; next he would look over
the rest o f the valley, and might locate
outside o f the town doing the adver
tising. In this manner other towns
and other sections reap the advantage
without expense. It is for this very
reason that each town and each section
o f the valley should donate its share of
the total expense, that we may equally
bear the burden and equally reap the
F ifth—Copies o f all letters aad in
quiries from homeseekers will be sent
to each commercial organization in the
valley; also a monthly statement o>f re
ceipts and expenditures; also a full re-
port o f just what the league is doing.
S ix th -T h e league is working active-
ly upon the following important things:
1. The opening up and sale o f rail-
2. The lessening o f freight rates.
5. The building o f new railroads.
4. The building o f good roads in the
valley and o f a macadamized road from
Portland to the California line (in con
nection with other counties) to connect
with the California macademized road
to San Diego.
I. Water for irrigation and pure
water supply for towns and villages.
6. A system of parks and swimming
tanks for towns and villages, together
with gymnasium apparatus for the
physical culture o f children, and various
amusement devises to keep children off
7. Training schools for the different
trades; horticulture, gardening, busi
ness colleges, cooking schools, and do
mestic science for the girls.
It you have any inquiries to make, if
you have any suggestions to make, if
you know or hear o f anything that is
good for the outside world to know, if
you have $2.60 to spare, send it in to
day to the president or secretary o f the
Rogue River Valley Development
league. Write letters and send in pe
titions to your county judge and com
missioners. Ask them to appropriate
at least $2.000 for the advertising and
benefit o f the valley. Stop knocking,
and become a "B ooster,” thereby in
areasing your happiness and wealth
and that o f your neighbor and country.
"Ju st try it for a week and you will
ever thereafter be a 'B ooster.’ "
Now, All together! Ail the time! Pull
together for the United Rogue River
"G E T
Don’t say. "T here are no chances !”
When you're looking round for work,
A man o f pluck advances,
But excuses mark the "sh irk .”
Just you MAKa a place and fill it;
Be certaimyou will win.
A bole is wanted ? Drill it;
You’ ll— fit— in.
k . F, E ggleston ,
C. R. R ay ,
100 Nice Shirtwaists
For every $5.00 cash purchase you get a waist.
lowing prices :
We quote the fol
Pure Lin5eed Oil
Price, $1:75. We sell $1.70
2 .0 0
W W. Flour
Tlese cut prices apply to all lines except furniture. Good only 10 days
We handle the BEST GOODS for the price, in these lines, that
we know of.
Don’t forget our location—next
door to the Postoffice.
JO N E S’ CASH
We also handle a complete line of
Sanderson & Sons
and will deliver, within the city limits, on “ schedule tim e,”
without a wreck.
L. H A T F I E L D
The reasons why you should contract
with us to build yeur house are—
Our work is executed with neatness
and dispatch and completed in a work
on work in all
parts o f the valley
CENTRAL POINT, OREGON
S p e c if ic a t io n s F u r n is h e d
Cows for Sale
Two fresh cows; one Jersey. Two
Near Tolo, July 11, 1906, to the wife
of G. C. Cook, a daughter.
miles north of Jacksonville, (Willow
A t Eagle Pointj July 16> 1906i to the lpring road).
R. A. C lark
j wjfe 0f Gus Smith, a daughter,
D IE D
A . M. Lammey
b ra x a g a s B H a a B H n a B i
Stone and Brick Mason
Well and Flue Work
DEALER. IN WOOD
A complete line of watches has ju s t!
At Fort Jones, July 4, 1906, Sylvester been received at the Central Point j brick flues built
W. Kindle, formerly o f Jacksonville, Pharmacy. Call and examine this stock ! satisfaction guaranteed
aged 49 years.
CENTRAL POINT, OR.
before placing your order.
In Ashland, July 17, 1906, Peter Wil
son, of Gold Hill, aged 50 years.
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Real Estate Transfers
D . C. O l í I M
C ity . 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.
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: Hay & Learned
L. M. Amy to H. Corum, lots 1, 2,
3 ond 4, blk. 73, Central Point, $200.
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I ’ n in t in g. D e c o r a t i n g a n d P a p e r -
H a n g in g
A l l ita B r a n c h e s .
P. J. Hicken
P O IN T , O R .
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Permanently located in JONES’ CASH
STORE, Central Point.
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h ï i i i i i i i i m - i - i - h
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Written guarantee on all work for 12
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months. High grade watch repairing • •
ONLY WHITE HELP EMPLOYED * -
Gold, silver, steel and soft soldering
Orders taken for everything known in
the jeweler’s line. Old gold andsilver ■ ■
taken in exchange.
A large consignment (three different styles) o f the best
SPECIAL OFFERING—For each six dozen lot sold to one
purchaser we will give one dozen o f the famous Schram : I
All kinds and sizes o f Caps and Rubbers on hand.
Central Point, Oregon
DR. A. E3. SW E ET
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Diseases of Women and Children a
Day and Night Calls Answered.
S pecial A ttention
P aid to T raveling M en
Special by the Week
C e n tr a l P o in t, O r e g o n
F. W. HUDSON
A H. FfTZGKRALD
F. H. WEBB
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Rogue River Electrical
and Second-hand Furniture J ¿
Constructing, Contracting and
General Repairing. — Phone 831
I also carry a fine lot of Confec- ; ;
tionery, Cigars and Tobacco and . . !!
receive the finest Bread and Pas- \ \
try in the valley every day. ; ;
C Street, Opposite Postoffice
T h e H om e o f C om m er
c ia l a n d M in in g M e n
MEDFORD, OREGON * j
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HOTEL NASH CO., PROPS.
DINING ROOM UNSURPASSED.
' M ain S t . - - - - C entral P oint ; ;
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(E s t a b l is h e d
E in e S a m p le R o o m s
E u r o p e a n R ia n
Bought and Sold
W . C. L E E V E R
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; ; New
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1 1 'H - l- H - K -H - l- H $
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JACKSON COUNTY BANK
l i e a l L w ta te A g e n t s
C e u tra l P o in t
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We now have the exclusive sale o f some fine alfalfa
C a p it a l a m i S u r p l u s . # S o .o o o -
W. I. VAW TER, P res .
B. F. A dkins , V icb -P kks .
Absolutely without cost.
“ Don.'tsay "T here's nothing doing:
It's no sort o f use to tr y .”
There's heaps o f things a-brewing
For a ten-strike by-and-by,
And the man to whom it’ s coming
la hob upon the trail;
Not in a corner humming:
"Guess-- I’ ll— fail I"
W e are Cranks
farms, grain and fruit lands, stock ranches, unimproved
G. R. LINDLEY, C ashier
L. L. J acobs , A sst . C ashier
Freeman & W iley
timber lands and gold-bearing quartz ledges, partly devel
Under one Management for nearly Twenty Years.
lYomptness, Courtesy and Conservatism is a |>art
o f our policy.
oped. Business and residence property at reasonable prices.
We respectfully solicit the homeseekers’ patronage. Our
motto is. “ Small Commission and Square Dealing.”
V e h ic le s , E tc.
I We carry a full line of
Price, the Horseshoer,
i i Rural Dairy
Sella the famous HANFORD'S BALSAM OF MYRRH.
J am es
G r ie v e ,
HH -b 1 t-M-M-M-H -h*
:: Harness, Saddles. Robes and Whips. Gasoline
Engines. Pumps. Bicycles and Incubators
m - h m
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"Cleanliness and Good
Measure,” Our Motto.
Fresh. Rich Milk delivered
to customers in any quan
tity, morning or evening.
It cures Sprains. Strains. Bruises, Puffs, Bunches, Etc.
BAIN WAGONS. BUGGIES. HACKS,
ETC. ■ RUNABOUTS
IN STEEL and RUBBER TIRES
W e carry one o f the largest stocks in Jackson County
CENTRAL POINT, OR.
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