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CENTRAL POINT HERALD, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, l'JOfi.
C entral P oint H erald
& P attison , P ublishers
S. A. P attison , K ditor .
J. E. L ancaster , B usiness M anager
An independent local newspaper
devoted to the interests of Central
Point and the Rogue River Valley.
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s u itir r.
I. IOOI5, s i H ip
Resources, $ 180,030
The Youngest and the Strongest
n O O D BUSINESS LOT ON PINE \
Street, 33x140, with two good -¡*
business houses thereon Will sell ou t-, ?!
right or lease one or both buildings at ?*
reasonable price. For price, terms, etc., 1 -j-
call on or address W. A. O wen ,
Central Point, Or. j T
FAIR DEALING -
Central Point Market
And guard our customers’ interests with the same good faith we do
those of the Bank.
A Member of American Bankers’ Association.
We are Strongly Insured Against Burglary and Hold-Ups
WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS
W a . S. Crowell, President
dir ec t o r s :
F. K. Deuel, Vice-President
Wm. S. Crowell, F. K. Deuel, Chas.
M. I.. Alford. Cashier
____________ Strang. E. V. Carter, Geo. W. Dunn
P u liil, Opp«tiN. H»di-r llir M l i»f C onifrps» •'
lufk a. It 10 .
JACKSON COUNTY THIRD
AT OREGON STATE FAIR.
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The jury of awards on the county cx-
hihit at the State Fair at Salem gave
third place to Jackson County’s exhibit.
Marion County, whose varied resources
are all easily available fo- display, won 1
first place, while Lane, which is a near I The editor of this paper, accompanied
by county, secured second place. Linn bY b'3 w’ ^e and “ them young ur.s, l:
was given the fourth prize, Douglas I enjoying himself at Newport this wee!
fifth, Benton sixth, Columbia seventh. I alonbr with several other quill pushers.
The following were the prizes offered
da'n 1 sav wben be expected to ri
for the best display of agricultural and tu™- but wil1 Probab|y show UP n‘-'xt
horticultural products from any county vveeb- Well, yours truly (the foreman)
in the state: First, $300; second, $250; wiM trY and Please the H erald readers,
third, $200; fourth, $150; fifth, sixth »ltnough seriously handicapped by our
and seventh places, *100 each.
! “ cfects, viz: Deafness, dyspepsia and
The awards were made on the fo l- 1 loss.of memory. If this joke don’ t take
lowing basis: Garden products, em w 'll get vaccinated next week and see
bracing vegetables, seeds, melons, etc., if that will take.
15; orchard n-oducts, green, dried and ,
preserved, 15; gras.es and forage!
Bybee Ranches for Sale
plants, 15; grains, If; arrangement, 10; j
quality, 30; total, J00.
From and after this date, I will sell
Considering the disadvantages Jack- to the best advantage, and for cash,
son County labored under by reason of
all or any portion of those two certain
HAS JUST RECEIVED A N E W BUNCH
the short time taken to gather the ex ranches known as the Bybee River
hibits and the distance which it was Ranch, at the Bybce bridge on Rogue
necessary to ship exhibits, the result river, consisting of 1240 acres, and the
to this county, Bybee Antelope Ranch, consisting of
. . to
. . be gratifying
an d isquRecompbrnentary toMr. J. E. l m acreii with the Bybee River
Watt, who had charge of the gathering Ranch will be sold that portion o f the
o f the exhibits, and to Miss Kalliope
crop upon the part purchased. Thi3
Ritner, who assisted in arranging them ranch is partly under irrigation and
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artistically, as well as to Judge Dunn more can be put under irrigation.
and the County Court in directing the
Address me at Agate, Oregon.
F. E. B ybee .
The Oregonian’s Fair correspondent
comments on the award this way: j
“ That Marion’s exhibit was the best is
generally agreed; but there is some con
troversy as to whether it would have
been best if all counties had made ex
Fine Cold A L B A N Y BEER on draught
hibits on the same basis. There are
many who think Jackson would have
or by the bottle, for personai delivery
given Marion a close run for first place
by express or freight.
had it made its exhibit under the same
rules governing the Marion exhibit
m a n
The printed rules provided particularly
Central Point trade solicited.
that “ all exhibits are to be the product
of 1906. ” It seems that some officer
of the State Fair Board sent out in
structions to the effect that products
brand stam ped on
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exhibited at the Lewis and Clark Fail-
his P ock et J in ife .
last year could be included in the coun
Not so w ith those
ty exhibits, but neither the Jackson |
w h o c a r r y an
nor the Columbia County exhibitors
OUR V ER Y BEST
learned of this, and Jackson left at j
home an immense display o f canned
T h e nam e and rep
fruits and other products that would j
utation are too w ell
have added greatly to the merit o f its j
k n o w n to fo r g e !
JACKSON COUNTY EXHIBIT.
East Pine Street
A. P. Giüelt S l Son
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HOTEL IN CONNECTION
Shorty Williams, Prop.
Price, the Horseshoer,
Fast Horses, First-class Rigs, areful, Experienced Drivers.
Daily Stage to Eagle Point.
?! Special attention to Commercial Men.
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J c iC o t)S
C o .
Manufacturers of all classes of
M a r b le a n d G ra n ite
C em etery W o r k
“ Ivy Leaf Saloon”
West E street, opposite depot.
F. H. W EBB
reservoir nothing can be determined
without further investigation, and Mr.
Miller intends testing the matter some
time in the near future. The discovery
o f oil, coupled with the coal deposits
now being opened, would add still more
to the wealth and prosperity o f South
cm Oregon and bring this section p noanentb locatad n JONES’ CASH !!
rapidly to the front.
STORE, Cent. .1 point.
Written guarantee on all w. rk for 12
months. li':.h grad watch repairing
Gold, silver, .-!eel n ul soft sold,lire
eor o si: ori sfully.
Orders taken for eve
r.jc k nown , n
ami? il ver
the jewel •r'r. lin \
uken in ex -l am- *
P harm acy
M E 1? . P r o p
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Pure Fresh Drugs and Medicines
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Commercial G o lle g e f
P. J. Kicken
The Albany Creamery won first place
and the Ashland Creamery second hon
ors at the creamery butter exhibit at
the Stale Fair last week. The Alban
Creamele scored Mi points and the A fi
lami Creamery '.Ml, eleven creami ri •
in ull being in con.lH'n!urn. Other h gh
ones were the Commercial Creamen . t
M A R Y
Two or more years ago there was an
opinion, more or less prevalent, that oil
could be found in the Rogue River Val
ley. Several companies were organized
and one ex|>erimentul well was sunk !|
near Ashland, but nothing came of it. i ••
The Medford Mail says the truth of the .. New and Second-hand Furniture £ i
Bought and Sold
theory as to the presence o f oil in the ?!
earth in this valley has been demon-
stratcil. G. Miller, o f the firm o f Mon- A
roe <S Miller, has a bored well on his
place in East Medford that is U(> feet
deep and the water is very deeply im
pregnated with oil, so much so that
I also carry a fine lot o f Confer- y
persons unaccustomed to using it are
lionery, Cigars and Tobacco and ?.
unable to do so at first. When the
receive the finest Bread and Pas- T
water is drawn from this well and al y try in the valley every day. y
lowed to stand for a short time a thick
scum arises and this burns very £ M ain S t . - - - - C entral P oint x
readily. As to the extent o f the oil ■1—I-:—:—
P o in t
Druggists* Sundries, Toitet Articles, Stationery
P L O M IG f
AN OH MLID.
or will manufa-
cure from private
Our Granite Quarries, near Central Point, are
the finest on the Coast. Electric polishing
machines in our local factory. Iron fencing.
CENTRAL POINT, OREGON
j C entral
VV. C. LEEYTR.
Grains Wheat, oats, rye, barley, I
Central Point, Oregon.
Grasses Timothy, orchard grass, red 1
Fruits—Peaches, grapes, strawber
ries, plums, apples, pears.
Vegetables Tomatoes, onions, water - 1
melons, musk-melons, beets, carrots,
jj fo n
Minerals Gold, copper, coal.
Nuts—Almonds, chestnuts, walnuts,
Pipes, Fittings and Plumbing Supplies. T
BTgwwn " - " - m i n r
A WORD TO THE FARM ER-W hen you
come to Central Point call at the Kandy Kitchen
if you should be hungry. You can get a hot cup
o f coffee, butter and bread or cake for 10c and a
little better for 15c, and a good square meal for
25c. If you want to take a lurch with vnu, such
a • end withes, cakes and pies, you cun gi * it
:n i:' to 25c. Canned lunch goo I . a!v. ■ s
on band. Wo also curry fresh bread :.nd e ikes
and pies of all kinds.
A 'VOF.D TO THE BOYS AND GIRLS —
Young ..r.d old—Think o f it ! Ice cream ..r.d
cake, 10c; milk shake 5c: ice cream soda. 5c.
Home made candies at from 15c to 25c per lb.
Lyons with 91 points, Douglas County
Creamery at Roseburg 94 points, Indo-
pendence Creamery, Euger.e,
tage Grove Creamery S4J, Brownsville
Creamery 93, Silverton Creamery 92,
Blue Mountain Creamery 93.
Murphy & Downing
CENTRAL POINT. OREGON
Y our P atronage Is S olicited
Yard on track near dspot. Estimates furnished.
Let us figure on your lumber bill.
fresh and Cured Meats
Rough and Drcrsed Lumber, Shingles,
Doors, W indows, Etc.
E. A. FORD, P rop .
This County Makes Good Showing of.';hcr
Resources Far From Home,
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