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About Central Point herald. (Central Point, Or.) 1906-1917 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 20, 1906)
C E N T R A L POIN T H E R A L D . T H U R SD A Y . SEP T E M B E R 20, 190*»,
Closing Out Sale
Thin is rubberneck weather.
Hi« name is lleney, and hu's no chick.
W p are si ill
Our entire line o f Dry Goods, N otions,
The bottom m thi* sky mini have
dropped out last week.
Glassware, etc-, will be closed out without regard to cost.
The housewife is not the "a n g el” she
was before the wet season began.
ladles' Gents' and Children's Hose
Have you learned to raise an umbrel
la yet without jabbing a bystander's
art ad. Just Now
W e would like to have the biggest
“ peach " in town to set in the II rrai . ii
Misses* Women’ s and Children’ s Underwear
100'Suits o f U nderw ear a* loss: (han 50c on tin d o lb r
Blankets, C om forts, Gloves and many other articles.
The man who neglected to repair his
leaky roof during the long dry spell is
now praying for the rain to stop.
E verythin g must positively be closed out before Sept. 1st.
When the road yon are traveling be 5
comes so “ crooked” that you can not' &
follow it, then is the time to reform,
Call and See us, Anyway.
Come and select your B argains b efore too late.
The woman who tried to make her I w
hens set on door knobs last Spring is (7
now advertising for Spring chichens.
“ I ’ m a peach,” is a common ex
pression with our girls. It's nice to
have peaches the year round, even if
w e can’ t eat them.
reader w a n ts t o k n o w :
“ what is good for a s lu g g is h b r a in ? ”
Get out on the street and let an auto
mobile “ butt” you.
CEN TR A L
1 Sanderson & Sons Con,r»«»r,Bui|d<,ri ¡
Up-to-date Grocer and Furnisher
(lorn grow s so high in this section
that the stalks have to be cut otr in
order that they may not interefere
with air ship navigation.
I f those fellows who g o fishing on
Rogue River every Sunday would bring
borne a mess o f fish when they catch
so many, people would be more apt to
helive their fish stories.
The reasons why you should 'contract
with us to build your3 house are—
Our work is executed; with neatness
and dispatch and completed in a work-
on work in all
parts o f the valley
S p e c if ic a t io n s F u r n is h e d
C E N T R A L PO IN T
Specimens from New Camp
Will Locate in the Valley
SOUTH and EAST
In giving a young married couple a
write-up, a neighboring editor, in
speaking o f the bride, wrote, “ and her
dainty feet were incased in fairy
boots.” Imagine the editor’ s wrath
when, after the paper was out, he dis
covered that his fool compositor had
made it read, "and her dirty feet were
incused in ferry boats.”
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H. C. Stoddard, assistant manager o f
X. Arzner located a mining claim in the Condor Water Power C o /a busi.
DEALER IN WOOD
the Windy Hollow district in the first ness, was up from Gold Ray Monday in
S O U T H E R N PACIFIC CO.
stage o f the excitement. Last week company with Chas. I. Brown, recently
rx c . G R I M
John Arzner came over from the mines
from San Francisco. Mr. Brown is a 1
rayincr a n d T r a n s f e r
and brought some specimens o f the ore
contractor in the electrical construction ;
from the claim o f his brother X ., which
line, and is here to locate in this valley j
All Kinds o f Hauling
showed free gold in large quantities.
with a favorable impression o f C entral!
A girl in a town up the valley re- Mr. Arzner says there is lots o f just
Point to go with. He expects to en- j
caived a fall from her bicycle the o th e such rock on his claim near the surface,
gage in all kinds o f electrical c o n -1
day and was rendered unconscious. / and if the ore holds out and is rich as
C E N T R A L POINT, OR.
struction, including interior decorations
crowd gathered and worked over he he goes down he will have a good mine.
and domestic appliances.
and an editor who happened along saw
There are reports now regarding the
the trouble and exclaimed, “ ruh her Windy Hollow mines to the effect that
n e ck .” The girl was just coming to prospecting has been done there years
and looked up at the editor and ex ago. Mrs. Warren Laird says, so we
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claimed, "rubberneck yourself, you old have heard, that her father, the late
I. F Williams, the livery and hotel-
TRAINS FOR PORTLAND.
fool you. ”
D. R. Jones, found gold in the Windy man, has decided to move his livery
Hollow country in early days.
barn from its present location, on Pine Trains leave Central Point
for Portland and way
Mrs. Jones, the widow o f Dave street, to front on Second street. This
The Art of Handling Men
stations daily at - - - 5:52 a m.
Jones, substantiates this statement, will leave him a good business lot cn
5:19 p. m,
and it is said that since the death o f Pine and Second 55x70, upon which he
■O. S. Mardcnin September Success.
Mr. Jones and since gold discoveries expects to erect a modern business
TRAINS FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
Business men often fail because they have been made in other parts o f the building this Fall.
A large consignm ent (three different styles) o f the best
Leave Portland - - - - 8:00 a. m.
do not know how to handle men. They Oregon desert, the women have time
know n Jars
Just keep your eye on Central Point
8:45 p. m.
can do their own work all right, but and time again prevailed upon parties and watch the old town grow.
they are failures when it comes to di who claimed to bo familiar with pros
10:40 p. m.
renting others. They lack tact, diplo pecting, to go out on the desert and
Goes to Coos Bay
macy. Many men antagonize others prospect; that they should go to the
Arrive Ashland - - - - - 12:41 a. m.
they lack patience, lose temper, fly to place where Mr. Jones found gold years
12:15 p. m. I
W. S. Eachu3 and family left Tues-
pieces over little things. And no man ago.
Arrive Sacramento - - - 5:10 p. m.
S P E C IA L O F F E R IN G —For each six dozen lot sold to one
is a good leader who carnot control
No one thought, up to recently, that
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5:00 a. m.
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where they expect to make the r future
purchaser w e will giv e one dozen o f the fam ous Schram
it was possible for gold, or in fact any
, home. Mr. Eachus expects to engage Arrive San Francisco - - 7:45 p. m.
A great many business men seem to other
mineral, to exist on the desert, ■
8:45 a. m. j
. . . .
in the draymg and transfer business at
think that it takes a ileal o f driving, as it was supposed . . that
the desert i
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All kinds and sizes o f Caps and Rubbers on hand.
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that place, where, he thinks, the open-
scolding, fault finding to get the best nothing
but a bed o f lava spread upon •__.
out o f others. It is, however, just the the earth by volcanoes, and if there i mg " that me 18 qulte propltlous’ The
Employes never give up ever was any gold in the rock that was many friends o f the family here will tourist cars on both trains; chair cars ■
their best in response to forcing meth deposited there, it was melted out. ; unite in wishing them continued pros Sacramento to Portland and El Paso, j •
perity in their new home.
and tourist cars to Chicago, St. Louis. ! ‘
The discovery o f gold in nearly all
New Orleans and Washington.
I know a young man who promises parts o f Nevada, where the country is
Con necti ng at San Francisco with !
A Pioneer Gone
to be a leader in his line who is as the same formation, however, puts the !
several steamship lines for Honolulu,
quiet and gentlemanly in his methods old theory aside and proves that “ gold 1
as a modest woman, lie never raises is where it is found.”
Mrs. Minna Pape, an honored pioneer Japan, China, Philippines, Central and !
his voice, never gets angry. When
woman o f Jackson County and for many South America.
< 'e n tra i P o in t, O re g o n
For particulars, see
an employe needs correcting, instead
years a resident o f Jacksonville, cross
o f scolding or nagging, he sits right
ed over the "G reat Divide” a week ago
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Pointed 'em Red
Central Point station,
down and shows him or her just how
ast Sunday morning to that better
to do the thing. He tries to help them
world from whence no traveler returns.
Last Saturday night was a sort o f
.out o f their difficulty, not to confuse
Deceased » ’as o f that heroic type o f
W m . M cM U RRAY,
E u r o p e a n I ’l u n
F in e S a m p le R o o m »
them. He does not need to scold, be Red-letter night in Medford, the mem pioneer women who helped to win the
Gen. Pas. A g t., Portland, Ore. ;
cause eyerybody respects him, admires bers o f the Improved Order o f Red Men Oregon country to the ranks o f civiliza
him and knows that he is always try holding a powwow that marked an era tion, and her memory will ever be
A Sldm on Hawk
ing to do the fair thing, to give a in the history o f that order in Southern revered by a host o f friends and neigh
square deal, that he wants only what Oregon. One hundred and fifty pale bors who knew her best. She is sur
is just right, and there is nothing arbi faces were taken into the tribe and vived by several children, her eldest
Frank Hawk must have sligh ted'
properly painted, and the whole town ! son, Chas, Nickell, o f Medford, being some fellow in dealing out venison, f o r '
T h e H o m e o f C om m er
trary in his methods.
it is now being whispered around town
The result is, he docs not need to was painted red from one end to the a well-known resident o f this county.
cial and Mining: A len
that he did not bring home anything
atorm around his establishment and other. Degree teams were present
when he returned from his hunting trip
use abusive, profane language. He
Ashland Normal School
HOTEL NASH CO., PROPS.
knows there is a stronger force, n bet the banquet which was served during
Monday except a jack rabbit, and they i
DINING ROOM UNSURPASSED.
REFURNISH ED THROUGHOUT
ter way than that. The result is that the night covers were laid for 450
The State Normal School at Ashland declare his mother killed that. I t’ s
he lias perfect disciplin.
M EDFORD. OREGON
opens Septem ber 26. The year just up to Frank now to deny this story, i
Much credit is given J. II. Fitzgerald
Not one would think o f taking ad
closed has been the best o f its history. Frank thinks they are only trying to
vantage o f him er try to deceive him, for the part ho took in working up in Now, that much is being done by way draw him out and make him tell how
terest in the atfair. Mr. Fitzgerald
because he is so kind, square, true.
o f repairing buildings, adding appara- man^ ^eer
I know another man in business near conducted the initiation and afterwards tus and library, and the installing of
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by him who adopts just the op|>osite
water system and modem heating
method. He »terms and swears, seolds, order.
plant, the prospects seem extremely
nags, goes through his establishment
bright and it were hard to set a limit
Desirable lot, with house and other
like u bull through a china shop, mak
This is no "fish Story.
to the growth and influence o f this buildings, in good location in Central
ing everybody feel mean and disagree
institution. A strong training school Point. Price, $400. Inquire o f
able. Nobody respects linn, lie rules
to accompany an academic course, each
M rs . S usie S treet ,
W. R. Mansfield, o f San Francisco,
b\ brute force, keeping everybody
department o f which is presided over 22d23
Central Point, Ore.
Cowed and afraid o f Inin. They obey
by a specialist. Good musical ad
him and let him inqs'se upon them in
vantages. Well equipped gymnasium.
order to avoid a scene, or f t- fear they week. Mr. Mansfield has a record o f Good board for $2.75 per week.
Central Point has no booln, but is
will lose their |<o*itions. If an cilice 129) feet, which is said to be the long-
just waking up and growing, that’ s all. I W e carry a full line o f
For catalogue, address
t cast with a trout lly ever made.
boy or stenographer makes a little
B. F. M ulkky , President, or
mistake he will g o air to | iec< , fly Into
W. T. V an S coy , Secretary.
B A IN W AGON S, BUGGIES. HACKS,
Send the H erald to your friends.
a rage, and make it very uncomfortable taken out to Rogue River by W. F.
ETC. ? RUNABO UTS
Isaacs and other dir. iples o f old Ike
for everybody about biu .
IN STEE L and R U BB E R T IRE S
People waiting in the outer otT'uv Walton, M il was shov. n how iho jo b Is
often heard loud talking ami t . st lone in that stream.
abusive language in hi private oilier.
But In* is net nor. - \
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FINE PIANO 1 >R SALE.
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FR U IT JAR S
Central Point State Bank
Central Point, Ore.
bi« quit;, unolistrusivc p ighUn.
Ho novel l! inks o f
o f bis O ' 1'1«J08 V I the
Tho other m in a h .a
tli ■ humides; girl in
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An-1 they all lo. o ! ,, i
A fine, new Richm od piano may be
( nought at a rare Iwiy.iin. Instrument
T R A N S A C T S \ G E N E R A L B A N K IN G BUSINESS
n o n at the h> ìe o f l*rof. A. J.
liinby. in whose can it has been left.
DIRECTORS—J. W. Merritt, I’ resi.bnt; W. C. Leever, Vice-President; T. M.
Mas. J. H. Pi asants .
Whitten, Cashier; 1. C. Robnett, W. J. Freeman.
| Harness. Saddles. Robes and Whips. Gasoline
Emjines. Pumps, Bicycles and Incubators
; ; W e carry one o f the largest stocks in Jackson County
C E N T R A L POIN T. OR.
Sul s ril e for the 1.U.U.I',
Your Retronase is Respectfully Solicited.
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