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C E N T R A L P O IN T H E R A LD . TH U R SD A Y. A U G U S T 2, llajd.
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W e are Cranks
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Absolutely without cost.
Mr. Alma Houston and (amity, of
Jacksonville, are visiting friends and
talalivea at this place.
Lester Rogers has gone to Wasco,
'Oregon, where he will work for the
Walter Richardson had quite a se
rious accident Wednesday. He was
■^loading grain from his header bed
when he slipped and dislocated his
kaee. Dr. Chisholm, of Gold Hill, a t -1
Don’t forget our location—next
door to the Postoffice.
Glass Brothers will commence thresh
Price, $1:75. W e sell $1.70
“ *' 70
“ 3 75.
all lines except furniture. Good only 10 days
J O N E S ’ C A SH
n . j i i w w . ¡ ‘.k a tF i
erally will have local pride enough to
Martin Brothers started their header
cause them to do their part, I am,
“ Very truly yours,
“ Geo. W. D u n n ,
Miss Clara Richardson has gone on a
“ County Judge.”
visit to Belina, Washington, where
wUl be the guest of Mrs. Anna i
Fo r Sale or Rent
Bird Johnston and Jasper Hanna
have gone to Klamath where they are
b u s in e s s lo t o n p in e
employed by Pelton Brothers in haying
Street, 33x140, with two ¿ood bus-
Milas M. Richardson has gone tojiness bouses thereon. W ill sell out-
Jlsmath Falls where he has accepted 1 right or lease one or both buildings at
a petition as clsrk in the store of his reasonable price. For price, terms,
M»ther-in-law, A. J. Manning.
etc., call on or address
W. A. O w e n ,
Tom and Hal Hamrick, of Central
Central Point, Ore.
Point, ware visitors at the home of M.
H. Gorden last week.
wm “Coon” Tbem Ay
We will sell or trade for wood any or
all o f the following articles :
The following self-explanatory com-
One steel beam 12-inch plow: one
■aenieation from the county court has sulkey 14-inch plow; one section har
been received for publication:
row, one single shovel plow; one Deer-
C a r e f u l o f H e r N on e.
"The County Court has decided that ing mower; one disc harrow.
Many interesting stories of courtiers
it it for the general good of Jackson
B e a l B ros ., Central Point.
and favorites at the old French court
county that a suitabie exhibit of our
are found in the memoirs of the Mar
resources and products be made at the 1
quise de Crequy. «She says that on cer
tain solemn occasions kings of France
forthcoming State Fair to be held in
wore ermine linings to their robes, but
Bybee Ranches fo r Sale
Salem, Oregon, September 10th to 15th, ;
ermine became scarce, and she writes:
“ The anointing of Louis XV. was re
“ We have secured the services of Mr.
From and after this date. I will sell
tarded some years for want of this fur
J. E. Watts, of Medford, Oregon, to j to the best advantage, and for cash, for the court mantles, and at the coro
collect and superintend our exhibit and I all or any portion o f those two certain nation of Louis X I V . ‘ they actually
we are desirous of calling the attention ) ranches known as the Bybee River used catskin.” Superbly elegant was
of every person in the county to the i Ranch, at the Bybee bridge on Rogue the Duchesse de la Ferte, who generally
fact that we want each and every one j river, consisting o f 1240 acres, and the was carried around under a canopy.
to contribute something toward fur- j Bybee Antelope Ranch, consisting of The marquise goes into ecstasies con
thering this exhibit, in order that we 1560 acres. With the Bybee River cerning this particular duchesse, whose
eyes “ had the most disdainful expres
msy be able not only to make a credit- Ranch will be sold that portion o f the
sion 1 ever saw, though they had a
able showing, but, also, that we may crop upon the part purchased. This
alight east in them.” IHit her supreme
place Jackson county at the head o f j ranch is partly under irrigation and elegance cau be appreciated when it is
the list of Oregon counties, where she more can be put under irrigation.
known “ she never blew her nose for
Address me at Agate, Oregon.
fear of spoiling her Creek contour, but
dabbed it at intervals with a small
“ Wp have the goods. Let us display 12-tf
F. E. B yb e e .
square of cambric.”
If each person who has some
thing good in the nature of grains. .
grasses, fruit, vegetable«, etc., wil
take the painB to save a nice sample,
Mr. Watt will be around in due time, .
C hristian C hurch .
if notified, and collect them, or they t E. A. La Dow, pastor. Preaching
ean bring them in and leave them in service at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.
the warehouse of Mr. Perrv, at Med- ‘lay school, 10 a. m. Ladies Aid So-
ford. who has generously ' offered us
at the W ?dne8day-
the use of the same for the purpose of ¡js members. Cli hoir practice every Fri
.collecting our exhibit.
“ It only takes a few minutes time
M ethodist E piscopal .
to save a nice bundle of grain or box
Geo. L. Burbank, pastor. Sunday
of fruit, or sack of onions, or a min school every Sunday at 10 a. m.
eral specimen, if we will only take the Preaching every Sunday at 11 a.
and every other Sunday at 7:30 p. m.
interest that we should.
Prayer met ting Thursday evening at
‘•W* ean ’coon’ them all if we will 7:30 p. m. A cordial invitation is ex
to all. Preaching at Gold Hill
get in and do our part. Hoping and
feeling assured that the newspapers on alternate Sunday evenings at 7:30
p. m. Sunday school every Sunday at
will lend their valuable assistance and 10 i a. m.
will help inform the people and agitate
this subject, and that the people gen-
Send the H erald to your friends.
JACKSON COUNTY BANK
(E s t a b l is h e d 1818,]
( ' a p it it 1 a t u l S u r p l u s . X '- o .o o o -
G. R. L1NDLEY, C ashier
L. L. J accbs , A sst . C ashier
Under one Management for nearly Twenty Years.
Promptness, Courtesy and Conservatism is a part
• f our policy.
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Ilrn jn m in
F r a n k lin 's
C O N V E R S A T IO N “ D O N ’T S .”
WARNER & SO! M
Lumber, Doors, Windows,
Building Hardware, O l d
S p R s the famous H A N F O R D ’S BALSAM OF M YRRH.
Hickory Wagons, Buggies and Farm
Sprain«, Strains. Bniioes, Puffs. Bunches. Etc.
W . C. L E E Y E R
T h e H a rd w a rem a n î
I'-H-i* : —1—*—T—' —
Price, the Ho-rseshoer,
Don't Indulge in personalities. They
invariably return worse than they
Don’t mention family feuds. It em
barrasses the listener, and you are sure
to regret It.
Don't talk of the cost of things. It
gives the rich n chance for boastful
ness and may be embarrassing to the
Don’t tell your personal Interests,
occupations, hopes or aspirations. No
body wants to hear them, and you give
your dignity a mortal stab.
Don't discuss children. I f you have
any the chances are you are boring
those who have not I f you have none,
you arc sure to be mortally wounding
those who have.
Don’t discuss dress. The lady whose
evening gown you are scoring may !
T h # P crn ln n W a y ,
They have curious method# in Fer- huve come direct from Paris, wearing
sia of iusuriug law and order. A fail the newest thing, and the whole sub
ure of the crops had resulted in a dear ject is a hopeless one anyway.—Har
loaf, which much enraged the popu per's Weekly.
lace. In oilier to quell the tumult the
shall ordered a number of bakers to re
Cows for Saie
ceive several hundred strufces with a
rod, besides a few minor little atten
Two fresh cows; one Jersey. Two j
,tions. such as the amputation o f an
miles north o f Jacksonville, (Willow
ear ■ or two.
R. A. C lar k i
A t the annual fair In Nijni Novgorod %
I stepped with a German-Kussian
friend Into a saddlery, where he wish
ed to purchase a valise, n e picked
DEALER IN WOOD
out one for which the Tartar mer
chant named a price that was evident
D . C. G R I M
ly much In excess of Its real value. My
City.'Draying and Transfer
friend was making the usual feint un
der such circumstances of leaving the
store when he noticed that the dealer, j
A ll Kinds o f Hauling
with a rapid movement, stuck a paper I
In the outside pocket of his valise. Not
being a greenhorn in Russia, he knew
C E N T R A L POINT, OR. $
Immediately whut the Tartar was up
“ Blit, barln,” said the latter, calling
him back, "come. Look at the leather
uud the lining, silk all through. Please
examine it carefully.” lie handed the
valise again to my friend and turned!
back to his stock, apparently looking
for other satchels to show. With a sly
wink my friend extracted a ten ruble
note from the outer pocket of the va- I
lise and hid it In his hand. Then he
said: “ Don’t trouble yourself any long
er. This valise seems to be what you
large consignment (three different styles) of the best ?
suy It Is, and I will take It.”
The Tartar grinned broadly as he
turned around, satisfied that his little
trick had succeeded. Then while my
friend pretended to count out the pur r- X
chase price he took hold once more of T
(he valise In order accidentally to ills- jfc
cover the bank note In it. I shall nev- -i-
er forget his eyes, which bulged out of T
S P E C IA L O F F E R IN G —For each six dozen lot sold to one
their sockets, or the petrified smile on J.
purchaser we will give one dozen of the famous Schram X
his face when he found his money T
gone. He was so bewildered that he X
stammered like a drunken man.
All kinds and sizes of Caps and Rubbers on hand.
"The fellow really ought to get a les I
son,” my friend said to mo in German, 14-
while he kept the trickster In suspense I J
for several minutes before handing -j*
him back the bank note, together with X
the valise, which the dealer now of- •}•
fered for less than half of what he had X
demanded before.—Sigmund Kranz In y
Benjamin Franklin’s w ife is taken
from the diary of Daniel Fisher, who
was Franklin’s secretary for a short
time. “ She aat on the floor at a neigh
bor’s. She assumed tlie airs of extraor
dinary freedom and great humility,
lamented heavily the misfortunes of
those who are unhappily infected with
a too tender or benevolent disposition,
said she believed all the world claimed
the privilege of troubling her pappy
so she usually calls Mr. Franklin—with
their calamities and distress, giving us
a general history of many such wretch
es and their impertinent applications.”
He mentions “ the turbulence and Jeal
ousy and pride of her disposition” and
the ^ iolente of her invectives. Pointing
to Franklin’s son one day, slio exclaim
ed, “ There goes the greatest villain up
on earth T*
S pecifications F urnished
T h e W a y H e T r i e d t o S e ll a V a lin e
■ 'o r e iffn e r .
W ife .
A very unflattering description of
C E N T R A L P O IN T
S o ld ie r * « S enn e o f H u m o r.
A high naval official, now dead, often
flted as an example of ghastly humor
•n Incident that befell a young woman
during the civil war.
“ She was good and kind,” he would
say, "and during the war she visited
the hospitals daily, distributing fruits
and flowers and tracts.
“ One morning on her rounds a young
Boldier, Immediately after she had
passed him, set up a loud laugh.
“ She turned and looked at him In
surprise. Elis seemed a pitiful case.
Nothing of him but his face was visi
ble on the little white bed, and this
young lace was sadly thin and pale.
Nevertheless he laughed like one pos
sessed. His mirth resounded through
the grewsome room.
“ The visitor returned to him.
“ ‘Will you tell me what amuses you?1
“ ‘Why, ma'am,’ said he, ‘here you
have given me a tract on the sin of
dancing when I've got both legs shot
aft.’ ’’—Baltimore Herald.
The reasons why you should contract
with us to build your house are-
Our work is executed with neatness
and dispatch and completed in a work
on work in all
parts of the valley
P O IN T , O PE G O N
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. L. Jones were
trading in Medford one day last week.
It t w
e l l
and will deliver, within the city limits, on “ schedule time,”
without a wreck.
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Weiss and daugh
ter, Hattie, are visiting relatives and
friends here. They are also looking
for a location.
VAWTER, P res .
A dkins , V ioe -P rks .
Pure Linoeed Oil
W W. Flour
These cut prices apply to
W e quote the fol
We also handle a complete line of
Nearly everyone in this section of j
the country is through with his \
For every $5.00 cash purchase you get a waist.
We handle the BEST GOODS for the price, in these lines, that
we know of.
Mrs. Ida Henderson and family, of
Jacksonville, is spending the summer
with her mother, Mrs. Amick.
Jasper Rogers went to Gold
Wednesday to meet his daughter,
Flora Carter, of Sherman county,
gee, who will spend a few weeks
visiting friends and relatives.
100 Nice Shirtwaists
C L O T HI N G
C OF F E E
C e n tr a l P o in t, O re g o n
X We carry a full line of
1 1 1 11
B A IN W AGONS, BUGGIES. HACKS,
ETC. • R UNA BO UTS
IN STE E L and R UBBER TIRES
C ALL A N D
Harness. Saddles. Robes and W hips,
Engines. Pum ps. Bicycles and Incubators
We carry one of the largest stocks in Jackson County
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