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CEiNTRAL PO IN 1 tiE U ALb, 1'hUKdDAY, AUGUST lo. lbóo.
M « d by Train
Closing Out Sale
Our entire line of Dry Goods, Notions,
Glassware, etc-, will be closed out without regard to cost-
Ladies’ Gents' and Children’s hose
Miss es W c n r ’ s and Childrn’ s Underwear
We handle the BEST GOODS for the price, in these lines, that
we know of.
100 Suits of Underwear at less than 50c on the dollar
Blankets, Comforts, Gloves and many other articles.
Everything must positively be closed out before Sept. 1st.
Don’t forget our location—next
door to the Postoffice.
Come and select your Bargains before too late.
“ Birds of a Feather,” the vehicle in
which the new company will ride to
fame from Oregon to New York, Is to
be a bright and tuneful opperetta along
orignal lines, brimful of fun and good
music. Each member of the company
Iks had years of experience in stage
The many friends of Mr. An-
drewS in Portland and Oregon
dktch'With interest has invasion into
rtie rarfVs of vaudevillians.
It seerflk fair to predict that the com
pany wiH Have a season of large seccess,
Says thd Portland Journal.
“ Made -in-Oregon” company is one of
JA C K S O N
S a n d erso n
and will deliver, within the city limits, on “ schedule time,’
without a wreck.
'<Ir. Cooper, the Sam’s valley mer
Correspondence jj chant,
gave a big dance last Saturday
The Medford laundry wagon will call
for work in Central Point each Monday
afternoon and Friday morning. Expert
ironers from City Hall French laundry,
San Francisco, employed. First class
CENTRAL POINT -:-
DEALER IN WOOD
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D . C. G R I M
C it y . 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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Bybee Ranches fo r Sale
Tom and Joe Mayfield passed this
E. A . La Dow, pastor. Preaching place Monday with a load of lumber
service at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.
Sun from the Welsh mill for the house their
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day school, 10 a. m. Ladies Aid So father will build at Central Point.
to the best advantage, and for cash,
ciety meets regularly every Wednesday
J. A. Houston and daughter, Miss all or any portion o f those- two certain ;
afternoon at 3 p. mi ¡A. the- home of
its members. Choir practice every Fri Ida, of Long Branch, visited friends ranches known as the Bybee River j
Ranch, at the Bybee bridge on Rogue j
M ethodist E piscopal .
river, consisting of 1240 acres, and the I
Geo. L. Burbank, pastor. Sunday
Bybee Antelope Ranch, consisting of
school every Sunday at 10 a. m. Monday on business
large consignment (three different styles> of the best '■ '
1560 acres. With the By bee River j ;
Preaching every Sunday at 11 a. m.
The deputy assessor has been among Ranch will be sold that portion of the
and every other Sunday at 7:30 p. m.
Prayer me« ting Thursday evening at us sizing up our wealth. The valua crop upon the part purchased. This
7:30 p. m. A cordial invitation is ex tion is about the same as last year.
ranch is partly under irrigation and
tended to all. Preaching at Gold Hill
more can be put-under irrigation.
Miss Mae Nealon Sundayed at home,
on alternate Sunday evenings at 7:30
Address me aS Agate, Oregon.
p. m. Sunday school every Sunday at returning to Jacksonville Monday
F. E. B ybee .
10 a. m.
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FR U IT JA R S
Subscribe for the H erald .
F. J. Hicken
Table Rock. Aug. 16.
The Owen brothers have finished
baling hay on |tne Frierson-Pendleton
ranch and did a good job.
W. R. Byrum reports that his chick
ens are harvesting Ills potato drop too
early, much to his disgust.
SPECIAL OFFERING—For each six dozen lot sold to one
purchaser we will give one dozen of the famous Schram I!
All kinds and sizes of Caps and Rubbers on hand.
A S H L A N D , ORE.
Complete and thorough training in
W . C. L E E V E R
Permanently located in JONES’ CASH
The work on the road between here COMMERCIAL, SHORTHAND
STORE, Central Point.
and Agate being nearly finished, the
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gang have moved camp and are now at
Written guarantee on all work for 12 work around the upper Table Rock. Excellent equipment and every up-to-
months. High grade watch repairing This piece of road has been about the
worst in the county in the winter sea
C e n t r a l P o in t, O r e g o n
Gold, silver, steel and soft soldering son. We are all glad of the prospoct
of its improvement.
The expenses are fhe lowest and the
OrderB taken for everything known in
advantages the best. Our graduates
The posts for our school house fence
the jeweler’ s line. Old gold andsilver
are employed and more demanded.
taken in exchange.
! are on the ground and the lumber may
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r o p e a n P la n
get here before the winter rains.
T h e H ard w a r e m a n |
George Pankey and family, who has
1 been in the employ of R C. Washburn,
i has moved back to Central Point.
Note Our Special O ffe r
Students who enter September 4th
Central Point State Bank
P o in t , O re .
Earl case made a business trip to
Central Point Saturday.
Sam Richardson, who has been to
the Bybee springs this summer for his
health, has returned home somewhat
Miss Clara Gorden spent Sunday with
her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Mr H. Gor
IH C E C T O R S -J . W . Merritt. President; W. C. Leever. Vice-President; T. M.
Witteu.|Cashier; ì. C. Robnett, W. J. Freeman.
Thomas H. Brown is visiting his
cousins. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Norris, of
Your Patronage is Respectfully Solicited.
Medford, this week.
P. RITNER, A . M. ,Pres.
Old Reliable Barber Shop
GLENN GWEN, P rop .
W h e e ls
M U I H 1-t-H -l-M - H -F-hM .
Clarence Wilhite, who has been on
the s'cC Fist for the past week, is some
what *m»roved at this writing.
M*si» KB# Brisco, o f Leag Branch,
M KD PO R D .
& W ile y
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J. T. Williams is busily engaged in
hauling lumber for improvements on
the C«pt. Short place.
Mrs William Jones was trading with
GoM Hill merceants Saturday.
DINING ROOM UNSURPASSED.
(Old Boswell Stand)
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H A S JUST RECEIVED A
HOTEL NASH C O., PROPS.
CENTRAL POINT, OREGON
Mr and Mrs. Norris and family, of
'¡dorado, were visiting their cousin. T ] I New and Second-hand Furniture ; |
Bought and Sold
H. Brown and family, last week. They
think o f locating here.
P ric e , th e H o r s e s h o e r ,
The H om e o f C om m er
cial a n d M in in g M e n
F reem an
F. H. W E B B
W h e e ls
N A S H
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Sleek Shaves and
Rowe Gorden and son. Sammy, were l-H - t- H - M - i- l- K - l-i- l-l- M - l I
at Gold Hill mills on business Monday.
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H O T E L
Leslie Davis was laid up for a few and secure a nine months’ scholarship
days from a hurt received from the for $55 will be entitled io attend until
header, but is getting all right again
July 1st, 1907.
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S p e c if ic a t io n s F j r n is h e d
night, which was largely attended and
greatly enjoyed by all present.
of our policy.
C H k th tia n C h u r c h .
I. V A W T E R , P res .
G. R. LINDLEY, C ashier
F. A dkins , V ick -P rks .
L. L. J acobs , A sst . C ashier
Under one Management for nearly Twenty Years.
Promptness. Courtesy and Conservatism is a part
on work in all
parts of the valley |
-H -H -H -M -i-H -H -M -H -H -H -H - spent a few days visiting her brothers,
•s, ! ! 1
$ Ed and and Charles, last week.
Medford’s best by-products and The
Mail knows it will succeed.— Medford
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
[E stablished 1888,]
CENTRAL POINT, OREGON
C a p ita l a n d S u r p lu s - !* jts o «o o o -
C en tra l
We also handle a complete line of
Table Rock, Aug. 8, ’06.
We will sell or trade for wood any or I
The Davis, Nealon and Vincent head all o f the following articles :
Select a present for your wife or ers were all running last week and, as
One steel beam 12-inch plow: one
sweetheart from the jewelry stock at a result, most o f the grain here is in
sulkey 14-inch plow; one section har- i
the Central Point Pharmacy. New and the stack ready for the thresher.
row, one single shovel plow; one Deer- i
‘ Made-ln-Oregon" Opera Company
The Glass machine is expected to be ing mower; one disc harrow.
gin threshing on the Bybee ranch th s
B eal B ros ., Central Point.
CH UR CH ES.
A ‘ ‘Made->n-Oregon” opera company
is to ptay the Considine and Orpheum
circuits next season from the Pacific to
It is headed by Ed An
drews, the well-known and justly pop-
liar eomedian, who is also the author
of the operetta to be produced, “ Birds
of a Feather.”
The company is now
in rehearsal in Southern Oregon.
will' open at the Grand in this city on
Sepember 10th, will play the Considine
circuit as far as
Chicago and will
there be transferred to the
& r a tour o f the eastern states.
C. D. Haxelrigg is the dicrector of
(he new vaudeville company.
ine Lee, Mrs. Andrews in private life
is one o f the sopranos. Nellie An
drews, niece of the comedian, is an
other, wnile Henri: Gieeon, who has
¿one extensive work in comic opera and
drama, is the tenor of the company.
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W . K. MeKissick, a miner employed
at the Blue Ledge mine, came to hia
home in Medford laat Saturday and
found fault with the conduct of hia
A fter indulging in a atreet fight Sat
urday afternoon with William Law, a
brick mason whom he accused of being
the deapoiler of his home, he Sunday
afternoon swore out a warrant for the
arrest of Law, who had fled to Grants
Pass. The recorder gave him the war
rant to mail to the authorities at that
As he left the town hall a freight
train bound north was about to depart
and he wai seemingly seized with a
sudden idea to take the warrant in per
son to where it could be served. In
trying to swing under a flat car with
the apparent purpose of riding on the
breakrods, he lost his grip and was
drawn under the wheels and instantly
Two members of the train
crew saw the accident but were, of
course, powerless to prevent the occur
ence. The train was stopped as soon
as possible and detained until the coro
ner was communicated with, who or
dered the remains removed. Coroner
Kellogg arrived here in the evening and
decided that an inquest was not neces
McKissick was about35 years of age,
a native of Missouri and a miner by oc
cupation. He worked at the Greenback
mine for about three years. He lived
at one time in McCloud, Cal. Supt. F.
W . Carnehan, o f the Blue Ledge, speaks
of him in terms of praise. A pathetic
feature o f the tragedy was the fact
that some person in haste to be the
bearer o f bad news, proceeded to the
home of the deceased and informed his
wife of what had happened, and she
was permitted to come and view the
gruesome sight as it lay beneath the
car in all its repulsiveness. Her dis
tress was heartrending in the extreme.
The funeral was held Monday after
noon and was well attended by a num
ber of friends o f the deceased. — Med
. ■ W e carry a full line of
BAIN WAGONS, BUGGIES. HACKS,
ETC. ' RUNABOUTS
IN STEEL and RUBBER TIRES
: : Harness.
; I also carry a fine lot o f Confer-
tionery, Cigars and Tobacco and
receive the finest Bread and Pa»-
try in the vaUey every day.
M a in S t . - - - - C e n t r a l P o in t ] \
H - H i t- l-l-h N H i n i M l I I I I
and W hips,
Engines. Pomps, Bicycles and Incubators
) W e carry one of the largeet dock» in Jack »on County
CENTRAL POINT. OR.
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