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CENTRAL POINT HERALD, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1906,
Central Point State Bank
All question aaamgrvd free of charge
bjr th* Side QjjilT"«liter. .
Another man thawed dynamite; you
can guess where he is now.
If you have no home, come to Cen
tral Point and get one. Hurry up!
The longest fast on record for any
country editor is nine days. Remember
C e n tra l P o in t, O r e .
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
Newest Fabrics and Low
D IRECTORS-J. W. Merritt, President; W. C. Leever, Vice-President; T. M.
Witten, Cashier; I. C. Robnett, W. J. Freeman.
est Prices in
Your Patronage is Respectfully Solicited.
Men’s Youths' and Children’ s
Thers should be a law passed killing !
'knockers 13 months out of the year, j
says the Drain Nonpareil.
This is a fine world to live in and we
are not anxious to exchange it f o r !
I. t>. L E W I S , P r o p r i e t o r
“ something just as good."
the above-named business I respect
“ If drinking interferes with your |
business, quit your business,” is the j
fully solicit the patronage oi the people of Central
motto o f an Ashland saloon keeper.
Point and vicinity. I propose to cater to your wants
A cheap and effective way of ridding
in my line with fair and courteous treatment to my
the house of mosquitos, says the Port
and with a full line of the best to be had ih
land Journal, is to sleep in the garden.
A H e r a i .D reader wants to know the ;
meaning of the word “ fonetic. ” Why,
it means subscribe for the H e r a l d , o f j
Patrons will find a first-class cutter always at the block.
A Willamette Valley girl averaged j
over $5 a day for a w e e k picking hops. 1
She evidently went to the hop yards to j
You can fool all the people some of !
the time and some of the people all the !
time, but you can’t fool all the people j
The reasons why you should ¡contract
all the time.
with us to build yourjhouse are—
Our work is executed, with neatness
A Medford woman washed her boy’s
and dispatch and completed in a work
pants the other day and hung them on
on work in all
the line to dry and her neighbors Billy
ft-H -H -H -i-M -n -!• a +
+ a + a-W -l-+€d-!-:-H ?J
parts of the valley
goat got in the yard and ate the pants, : >
P l a n s a n d S p e c if ic a t io n s F u r n is h e d
buttons and all.
A farmer living near Talent saw the j
roof o f his house ablaze the other day i
SOUTHERN PACIFIC CO.
and as his well had gone dry, he rolled j
in a mud puddle and then ran up the
ladder and slid around on the roof and |
extinguished the blaze. How’s that for \
a fire extinguisher?
Some fellow has perfected a device \
DEALER IN WOOD
to forestall those inquisitive people who j
D . C. G R IM
are in the habit of listening to the con- j
versation of others who happen to be j
C ity I J r a y i n j r u n d T r a n s f e r
on the same telephone line. Those in |
the central office can tell just where
All Kinds of Hauling
the "butter-in" is listening
-A R E SOME OF O U R -
A farmer writes from the country:1
“ Editor Side Dishes: - Can you tell me
CENTRAL POINT, OR.
how to cure rheumatism?” Crawl into
TRAINS FOR PORTLAND.
* hay -stack and take a good sweat; 1
| Trains leave Central Point
then go and jump into the river and I
for Portland and way
cool off; return to the barn and rub
stations daily at - - - 5:52 a
briskly with a nose-bag. If this
H -H - H - l- H- l- H - l-H -H ri-I' I-l-l-l-H -lri-l- l-l-l- l-l-l-H - M-
treatment don’t cure you, you haven’ t
got the right kind of rheumatism
Several married women with small
Leave Portland - - -
babies attended a dance at Sams Val
M en’s Hatters and Outfitters
ley the other night and put their babies
Leave Central Point - -
all together in one bed. The dance
broke up about 3 o ’clock in the morning
Yes, we carry them and the celebrated
12:41 a. m.
Arrive Ashland - -
and the women wrapped up their babies
12:15 p. m
COLES HEATER at that.
in d went home. When they unwrap-1
Arrive Sacramento - - - 5:10 p. m.
ped their babies, some of the women
discovered thiyt they had made a mis
Stick a Pin here.
Arrive San Francisco
take and took some other woman’s
PETITION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE.
baby home instead of their own. They j
have been exchanging babies over there | According to newspaper reports from
ever since the night o f the dance and Medford, the city council of that pro-
Through Pullman, Standard and
Woodville Precinct, Jackson County,
some of the women are not yet sure Kress*ve town is after the Iowa Lum-
tourist cars on both trains; chair cars
that we carry, and have yet to arrive, a
j her a Box Company with a big-w ater Oregon:—
they have got their own baby.
, Sacramento to Portland and El Paso,
To the Honorable, The Comity Court and tourist carg to chicaR0> St. Louis,
metre. This incident calls to mind the
large assortment o f LISK’S IMPER1-
A Jacksonville man went to Portland
fact that within the next twelve months of Jackson County, State o f Oregon. ! New 0rleang and Washington.
on the train the other day and before
AL AND ANTI-RUST WARE, the
Central Point will have a water system ■ r ’
e Uu; '!r3|Ui
e*\a V0^ern re"
Connecting at San Francisco with
he left home he put a rabbit's foot in
| second to none in the Rogue River Val- sidmg >n Woodv.lle precinct, Jackson gevcra, 8teamship line8 for Honolulu,
, his coat pocket for luck. This same I
best goods on earth.
ley and some of the finest manufactur County, State of Oregon, respectfully j
china> phü; inea. Central and
rabbit's foot had been used several
ing sites in the West. Water rates ask your Honorable Body to grant to South America.
times before and while seated in the
and other conditions can, and no doubt W. kj. MeTaggert a license to sell
For particulars, see
car, in which there were several ladies,
will, be made inviting to capital seek spirituous, vinous and malt liquors and
P. F. KUPER, Agent,
he scented a peculiar odor and so did
ing investment and to manufacturers fermented cider, commonly known as
Central Point station
those who were seated near him and
seeking sites for their plants, and hard cider, by less quantities than one
Bhowed by the way they eyed him that
everything will be lovely at the “ Hub."
.they had decided he was “ IT.” He
W m . McMURRAY,
I The Iowa company, which, by the son County, Oregon, for the period of
turned to the lady in the opposite seat
Gen Pas Agt., Portland, Ore.
way, is one of the strongest and most six months, from November 12, 1906.
C en tra l P oint, O regon
and exclaimed, “ I believe the air in
We hereby state in our petition that
progressive in Southern Oregon, and
thia car is fixed, 's it not?” “ Y es,”
' all others interested, are requested to
answered the lady as she gave him an
precinct and at the signing of the same
l stick a pin here.
.icy look, “ and I think you are the man
] are legal voters therein and that we
• that fixed it. ’ ’
: have each resided in said precinct for
j thirty days immediately preceding our
E u r o p e a n F la n
E i n e S a m p l e R o oomev
om » ^
' signing this petition and that we will
An Awlul Warning.
The undersigned, having been duly petition your Honorable Body at the
j appointed administrator of the estate term of the County Court on
•fThe following is stolen bodily from of Isaac Simpkins, deceased, by order
NOVEMBER 8, 1906.
the Moro Observer, The H e r a l d | of the County Court for Jackson
H G Diess, D Bruley, Chas. Turner,
makes hold to steal the article because County, Oregon, sitting in probate and
Thos. N Brown, L B Jewell. H I) San
The H om e o f C om m er
.the Observer man was recently elected having qualified as such, notice is here- born, John Thrasher, John McCallister.
cial and M in in « M e n
preaaicnl of the Oregon Preaa associa- ' |>y given to all persons having claims M Burkhart, E Boyd, I, J Heer J E
tion, and if he should make any kick against the estate of said Isaac Simp- Estell, H Laws, Arnold Brown, C C
HOTEL NASH CO., PROPS.
about this, we will refuse to support ! kins, deceased, to present said claims J jjr«!dlni Fred McCallister, Henry C
said it takes twenty
Breeding. Thos. H Bedford. J D Car
him for sergeant at-arms next year, with proper vouchers attached to the ter, E U Carter, E A Clement, M B
DINING ROOM UNSURPASSED.
The article is timely and should serve undersigned at Woodville, Oregon, Whipple, O Nadeau. John T Breeding,
as an awful warning to every citizen of within six months from the date of the W A Pyburn, F R Myers, J A Clement,
The reputation of
H E Bedford, J M Whipple, Wm. H
this town who does not support the first publication of this notic
McKinney, G It Jones, Thos. Scott,
OUR V E R Y BEST
II kuald with a smiling face and with
Dated at Woodville, Oregon. October Alex Schindler, John Pitman. J C
cash in advance. Aleppo ia somewhere 1. 1906.
Aitken, J M Sperry, M M Scott, C S
C u tlery is the re*
over In the Arabian country.]
Administrator o f the estate o f Isaac Hatch, Samuel Mathis, W V Jones,
. p t-1 ,i,.i,.i- i..i- i- H - H - l- l-!- H - l- H - H - l- M- ! I H - I H -I-M I- I- H -M - I + H H i l l
suit o f intelligent
Homer Davenport, in a letter to a
e f f o r t for over
relative, reads a warning to people who Date of first publication Oct. 4. 1906.
a quarter century.
neglect their local newspaper. He was
in Aleppo at the time of writing, a
Ashland Normal School
Swvf)ltkj for a Darn
place of 250,000 people without a news
paper, and he noticed that the hyenas
The State Normal School at Ashland
came to the very edge of the town to
John D. Olwell and others, who are
dig into graves.
promoting the enterprise of which men opens September 26. The year just
What a warning to people in this tion was made some time ago, that closed has been the best o f its history, ,
enlightened age who borrow the H er promises to he o f infinite value to the Now. that much is being done by way !
a l d from their neighbors.
Once u;ion farm.ng territory for a large area of repairing buildings, adding appara
We carry a full line of
• time Aleppo was a stirring city like north and west of Ashland, have tus and library, and the installing of
Central Point, with a first class news secceeded, it is now reported, in in water system and modern heating
BAIN WAGONS. BUGGIES. HACKS.
paper, like the H erald , with eleetrie teresting a wealthy New York syndi plant, the prospects »eem extremely
lights, churches, school houses, opera cate in the shome to construct a fine bright and it were hard to set a limit
ETC. * RUNABOUTS
houses, lawns, shade and fruit trees, cement dam across Bear Creek, at a to the growth and influence of this
IN STEEL and RUBBER TIRES
Has had 20 years experience
just like Central Point, Medford and point about 1) miles north of Ashland, institution. A strong training school
and guarantees satisfaction.
Ashland, Lut the editor waa improperly where the banka stand about 20 or 90 to accompany an academic course, each
supported, HeWs|Miper suspended, and feet above the water The location is department of which is presided over
If wishing to make a sale,
now look at poor old Aleppo. The filth an ideal spot for the construction of a by a specialist. Good musical ad-'
drop me a card and I will call
Harness. Saddles. Robes and Whips. Gasoline
vantages. Well equipped gymnasium.
Is just awful. Homer rays, and nobody dam. save the Tiring*.
and arrange details.
Engines. Pumps. Bicycles and Incubators
This syndicate, through their repre- Good hoard for $2.73 per week.
» -rape» the AlepiH' button, a Lice dis
For catalogue, address
case ilia; nothing can cure, which lasts s ■nia:ivi\ Mr. dw ell. ..as already been
Bills Furnished if Desired
We carry one <vf the largest stocks in Jackson County
B. F. Mt'MCEY, J'rcsident. or
alssil a vear. nnd leaves a white :cai granted an option to buy a large tract
W. T. V an S o * » . Secretary.
shout lb. size of a Dennison tag eyelet, of land in the vicinity of the proposed
Terms Reasonal le.
which is a mark upon the muu who dam. ami has a Portland company mak
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CENTRAL POINT. OR.
neglects supim rt to Ms county news mg the neeciaan urveys preparatory
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to beginning wo I i n the dam,
C e n tra l P o in t M a r k e t
Arriving this W eek.
L A T E S T NOVELTIES IN M EN ’S
H ATS and SHOES.
W ool Underwear,
C E N T R A L P O IN T.
Sanderson & Sons
S O U T H and E A S T
■H - H -H - i- H - H - l- H -H - H -NH-I-H 1
W ool Sox
SHASTA RO U TE
S t r o n g L in e s .
W . C. Leever,
G EO . L. N EA LE.
C entral r o in t, Gre^.;