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CENTRAL POINT HERALD, THURSDAY, O TOLER 25,
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Central Point State Bank
Grants Pass has an auctioneer wjio
can speak fourteen difToront langUHges
but can’ t understand one.
Central Point, Ore.
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
Nwest Fabrics and Low
Eels are now sold by the yard at the
fish markets, g<etead o f by the pound,
as was formerly the custom.
D IRECTORS—J. W . Merritt, President; W. C. I.eever, Vice-President; T. M.
W itten, Cashier; I. C. Robnett, W. J . Freeman.
est Prices in
A citizen« was heard to rrm:«*k the
Other day, .¿mt a dollar goes further
nowaduya than it used to. Y -J, an l a
blaftipd) sight quicker.
Your Patronage is Respectfully Solicited.
ivien’s Youlhs’ and Children’s
C entral P o in t M a rk e t.
Tftui celebrated “ rubber boy” is dead,
but the celebrated rubber neck is still
with us and may be seen standing on
the street corner any wet day.
I. D. L E W I S , Proprietor
A pet dog belonging to one o f the
fashionable ladies o f Medford bit a
tramp the other day and the lady was
much worried for fear it might prove
fatal to Fido, as the tramp didn’ t have
a very healthy look about him.
Arriving this W eek .
The wind was blowing a gale up the
valley the other night and an Ashland ;
man declares he saw Klamath County
wagon tracks going over the town by
the thousands. Wonder w hat brand : ¡
they are using up that way this season?
A H e r a l d .r e a d e r wants to know the
proper p la c e to stamp an envelope.
The upper right hand corner is the
proper plape to stamp an envelope, and
anyone who. puts a stamp anywhere
else on an envelope is either a fool or
don It kpow nothing.
TWA Irishmen were fighting in the
street in Drain the other day and one
o f them was getting badly licked, when
one o f his countrymen called out, “ Say,
Moike, why don’ t you sthop some ov
them blows?” "B e gorra, I thot I was
stlicpping all ov them ,” said Mike.
A Jacksonville man went hunting the
other day and saw a deer in a farm er’ s
pasture and killed it. A s the man was
never known to have killed anything in
the last fifteen years, his friends are
trying to make out that it was a pet
deer he killed, and even go so far as to
say it had a red ribbon around its neck.
A farmer living near Talent tied his
chickens to the roosts the other night i
in order to foil the chicken thieves who
were operating in that locality. He i
forgot to nail down the roosts, and the
chicken thieves just simply shouldered
the roosts, chickens and all, and walked
off with them without even leaving a
card o f thanks.
A woman writes from the country:
“ Editor Side Dishes:—Some o f our
relation living in the city are contem
plating paying us a visit and we don’ t
feel able to feed any people outside o f
our own family. What would you ad
vise us to do in such a case?” I f your
relation contemplates paying you a
visit without paying anything else, we
wouud advise you to move.
Must be in a " H u ff.”
Having purchased the above-named business I respect
fully solicit the patronage ot the people of Central
Point and vicinity. I propose to cater to your wants
in my line with fair and courteous treatment to my
customers and with a full line of the best to be had in
L A T E ST NOVELTIES IN M E N ’S
Patrons will find
L. HATFIELD, C E N T R A L P O IN T.! Sanderson
tsn gawregi « —
S O U T H and E A S T
W ool Underwear, |
on work in all
parts o f the valley
first-class cutter always at the block.
The reasons why you should ¡contract
with ¡us to build y o u rj house are—
Our work is executed with neatness
and dispatch and completed in a work
S pecifications F urnished
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SOUiHtlH PiCiF.C CO.
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DEALER IN WOOD
D. C. G R I M
W ool Sox
•j* City. D r a y ln g a n d T r a n s f e r
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TRAINS FOR PORTLAND.
“ T H E TO G G ER Y,”
| Trains leave Central Point
fo r Portland and way
stations daily at - - - 5:52 a
TRAINS FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
Men’s Hatters and Outfitters
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n-:-H-+*>H + + ® ( v p - m -1 v - h -:-:-: j * « + »• h -++®+- h
All Kinds o f Hauling
j Leave Central Point - - - 11:09
Arrive Ashland - - - - - 12:41
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Arrive Sacramento -
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Yes, we carry them and the celebrated
COLES HEATER at that.
and see our assortment and get prices.
Arrive San Francisco
Money in Pears.
Commissioner Huff, o f Salem, has
m a d e Borne sort o f a report, in which 1
Rev. Mark C. Davis, o f W olf Creek,
he says that six counties in Oregon, o f j About three months agd, readers o f
that we carry, and have yet to arrive, a
which Jackson is one, have decreased' tbe Tribune will remember that men- held religious services at the school tourist cars on both trains; chair cars
in population during the past six years. ,jon wa3 ma(je in this paper o f the sale house Friday and Saturday evenings Sacramento to Portland and El Paso,
large assortment of LISK’S IMPERI
This is pretty futusy. Jackson Coun- ,,f ten acres o f Cornice pears for the and on Sunday afternoon. The attend- and tourist cars to Chicago, St. Louis,
AL AND ANTI-RUST WARE, the
I New Orleans and Washington.
ty is chock full o f “ Missourians” who record price o f $5665.82, the most mon- ance was fairly good.
will have to be “ shown” before accept- ,.y ever paid for a similar amount o f
A force o f young ladies are employed j Connecting at San Francisco with
best goods on earth.
ing Mr. H u ff’ s decision as final. If agricultural land in southern Oregon,
packing Col. Washburn’ s apple crop. severa' steamship lines for Honolulu,
the worthy Commissioner o f Something-
The land lies five miles south o f Med-
In size, quality and appearance we
urother will bring his little hammer fon j the purchaser being G. A. Hover, have seen nothing that can compete South America.
For particulars, see
down here he can have a chance to put a w,.n known orclmrdist, and the seller with the apples now being prepared for
P. F. KUPER, Agent,
it to good use nailing together apple I was G. A. Morse.
the market. When they reach the
Central Point station,
boxes. That will beat “ knocking”
The continuation o f the story makes consumers they will prove a first-class
Jackson or acy other county. Huff reading that ought to help open theeyes advertisement for Table Rock, as each
must be in a huff at somebody
,,f the world to the possibilitie's o f fruit package bears the brand, and the fruit
W m . M cM U R R A Y,
C en tra l I ’ oint, O regon
J raising in the Rogue river valley.
Gen. Pas A gt., Portland, Ore
will do its own “ boosting.”
Dffr Tdkfb (barge
Mr. Hover is marketing his first crop
Many people from the surrounding
| and today received returns from a car
towns took advantage o f the finé day
o f Comice pears disposed o f in the New
Blanche Ahbott, the sixteen-year-old York market at auction. The car con- and good roads and drove out this way
daughter o f E. T. Abbott, general man-1 uine<1 n;M half boxes and brought a Sunday. They are always welcome if
F in e S a m p le R o )o
E u r o p e a n P lan
C h r is t ia n C h u r c h .
ager o f the Klamath Lake railroad, o f gross return o f $2,290, or $5.16 per box they are not hunters or peddlers.
F. Y. Allen and J, T. Frey, o f Trail,
Thrall, Calif., took her pet doer to and a net return o f something over $2200.
service at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.
school with her last Friday. A young
Mr. Hover will clear enough from the were here for wheat during the week, day school, 10 a. m. Ladies Aid So
schoolma'am, fresh from the East, sale o f his crop this year to more than and Mr. Givens was also here after [ ciety meets regularly every Wednesday
afternoon at 3 p. m. at the home of
where doer are not common, was in reimburse him for one-half the amount seed rye.
charge. The «leer marched boldly into he paid for the ten acres, and if he has
Nearly all the sorghum cane was its members. Choir practice every Fri
T he H om e o f C om m er
the schixilroom. The children tittered equally good luck next season will have worke«! up before the freeze, so Jack i
M e t h o d is t E p is c o p a l .
cial and M in in g M e n
and the teacher turned pale. She had made the land pay for itself in two years. Frost did but little damage.
Geo. L. Burbank, pastor. Sunday
not seen him before and knew not what
Miss Bessie Lee, o f Central Point, is | school every Sunday at 10 a. m.
Just as good land, unimproved, as the
HOTEL NASH CO., PROPS.
to expt'et. "S h o o -o -o !" said the school- tract in question can be purchased i n va among the young ladies at the Wash- 1 Preaching every Sunday at 11 a. m.
and every other Sunday at 7:30 p. m.
ma’am. The deer noddctl his head ami rious parts o f the valley for one-tenth burn packing house.
DINING ROOM UNSURPASSED.
REFURNISH ED THROUGHOUT
Prayer meeting Thursday evening at
advanced toward her with all the the figure paid for this piece anil if a
7:30 p. m. A cordial invitation is ex
M E D F O R D . OREGON
friendliness in the world. Then he reasonable amount o f care is used in
tended to all. Preaching at Gold Hill
I day fully hopped around her ami the buying, land is cheap here at any price
B> bee Ranchos for Sale
on alternate Sunday evenings at 7:30
! p. m. Sunday school every Sunday at
teacher fled. The «leer stayed with the that has been paid for it in the past. — j
10 a. m.
children for two hours. The teacher Med lord Tribune.
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From and after this date, I will sol j
tri«Hl in vain to get turn out anil also
to the best advantage, and for cash, ;
failed at conducting the classes through
all or any portion o f those two certain j
an open window, —South Oregonian.
ranches known as the Bybee River j
"W hlili displays tlio most Intelli Ranch, at the Bybee bridge on Rogue
gence Billy's pup or Billy?”
river, consisting o f 1240 acres, and the
“ D e p e n d s u p on whether it is a sau
Bybee Antelope Ranch, consisting o f
sage or a d rin k that U lu sight.”
1560 acres. With the Bybee River
Edwin and Edgar Chamberlain, two
Ranch will be sold that portion o f the
Has had 20 years experience
nine-year-old twin boys, arrived last
crop upon the part purchased. This
Friday from North Yakima, Wash., to
“ What I« dignity, anyway?"
visit their grandmother. Mrs. Jack, o f
“ The demeanor a man puts on when ranch is partly under irrigation and
If wishing to make a sale,
W e carry a full line o f
Fugle Point The tittle fellows were he Is obstinate anti clearly hi ths more can be put under irrigation.
me a card and I will call
placed on board the train at North wrong."
Adilress me at Agate, Oregon.
and arrange details.
Yaritna with tags on their coats giving
BAIN WAGONS. BUGGIES. HACKS.
F. E. B ybee .
their names and destination, and they
Bills Furnished if Desired
made the long trip without difficulty.
IN STEEL and RUBBER TIRES
Owing to the lra«B on which they came
fo r Sale.
to Portland being late, they missed con
Six acres fine land in Jackson county
nection at that place and were 12 hours
must be mascu
Three acres in bearing fruit balance in
late arriving hens but they didn't mind
J Harness. Sa«Jdles. Robes and Whips, Gasoline
high state o f cultivation. Good, new 5-
it v hit anil thoroughly enjoy «si the
"Pshaw, a lamp room house, good bam. wagon and bug
c.'peaience o f traveling alone. An
Engines. Pumps. Bicycles and incubators
The Medford laundry wagon will c a ll'
gy sheds etc. On main county road,
-.molr o f the boys was here from Eagle
“ But It smoke« one-half mile from depot, school, post- for work in Central Point each Monday • • W e carry one o f the largest stocks in Jackson County
Point to meet them, and as they had
office. For further particulars apply afternoon and Friday morning. Expert
not seen him for several years, they
ironers from City Hall French laundry.
were rather suspicious o f him and
CENTRAL POINT. OR.
San Francisco, employe«!. First class
rather objected to recognilc him as a
Sul «trite for the H erald .
”*l*liv«’ until he iiontified himself
W . C. Leever,
GEO. L. NEALE.
Freeman & W iley
V e h i c l e s . Etc.
Central Point, Ore.