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CENTRAL POINT' HERALD, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8,
Just Received! I
Everybody works but the hobo.
Medford is going to pave her streets
CenUal Point don’t have to lose her
diamonds to attract attention.
Many a man who has found a way to
the marriage altar would like to find a
way to alter the marriage.
New Stock of Men’s and Boys
The "bicycle face’ ’ is the latest d is-;
case. It is caused by trying to look j
pleasant while riding a bicycle over a
The only way to ted a woman’s age
is to first ask her and then add one-
third to the number she gives you.
The Ashland doctor who was called
up the other night to administer to an
editor of that town who was suffering
from cramps, discovered later that the
editor was also cramped for cash.
A lady who was delivering a temper
ance lecture in Grants Pass the other
evening picked up the bible, exclaim
ing, " I will throw this bible at the
nan who is mean to his w ife!” Every
nan sitting in the front row ducked
kiss bead. Of course this was not a
confession of guilt on their part; they
evidently knew that a woman couldn’t
A M edford man took some shirts to
a Chinese laundry in that town the
other day to have them washed. The
man was told to call for them Saturday
night. He didn’t call for them until
Sunday morning. He was told they
were not ready yet. “ You told me to
call for them last night,” said the man.
"Y es, but you didn’t call for them last
night,” said the cunning Chinaman.
A Grants Pass editor ate a lot of
apples the other day, and while on his
way home from the office that evening
he was taken with a severe pain in the
region of the bread-basket which caused
him to double up like a jack-knife and
perform many queer antics. A crowd
that was watching him from the hotel
clapped their hands and in a chonn
shouted, "Bravo! Epatant! Good! Bon!
Outofsight! Ripping! Merveilleux!”
“ Great nutmegs,” gasped the editor,
“ the fools think I ’m doing a stunt.”
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Central Point State Bank
Central Point, Ore.
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
_ DIRECTORS-J. W. Merritt, President; W. C. Leever, Vice-President; T. M.
Witten, Cashier; I. C. Robnett, W. J. Freeman.
Your Patronage is Respectfully Solicited.
C e n tra l P o in t M a r k e t,
I. D. L E W IS , Proprietor
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
In the Latest Styles and Mixtures
Now is the time to get fitted out before your size is sold.
prices are the same as you would pay in the large eastern cities
Patrons will find a first-class cutter always at the block.
C E N T R A L POINT.
Sanderson & Sons
and Builders jj|
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
on work in all
parts of the valley
S O U T H and E A S T
Wool Underwear, Î
right where the goods are manufactured.
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S pecifications F urnished
SOUTHERN PACIFIC CO.
d- H - H - H ”
DEALER IN WOOD
C ity . D r a y i n g a n d T r a n s f e r
All Kinds of Hauling
- A R E SOME OF O U R -
TRAINS FOR PORTLAND.
A farmer living near Jacksonville
went to Portland the other day and put
Trains leave Central Point
up at a hotel that night. He left the
for Portland and way
gas in his room burning all night and
stations daily at - - - 5:52 a m.
was charged extra for gas when h e :
5:19 p. m,
settled his hotel bill. He demanded
TRAINS FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
an explanation, and was told that he
| Leave Portland - - - - 8:00 a. m.
had left the gas burning all night. The
8:45 p. m.
farmer said he read the notice under
Men’s Hatters and Outfitters
l Leave Central Point - - - 11:09 a. m.
the gas jet and it said, “ Don’t blow out
10:40 p. m.
the gas. ” and added, “ Gol darn P ort-1
Innd, anyway; I had heerd of Gold
Arrive Ashland - - - - - 12:41 a. m.
Hill farmers being bunkoed in Portland,
12:15 p. m.
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but this is the limit.”
Arrive Sacramento - - - 5:10 p. m.
A Medford wheelman rode over to
5:00 a. m.
Gold Hill the other day and just as he
Arrive San Francisco - - 7:45 p. m.
entered the town he ran over some
8:45 a. m.
Southern Oregon Normal Notes
fragments of glass and cut both tires
o f his bicycle so badly that he couldn’ t
Through Pullman, Standard and
repair them. He saw a big string of
By C. G. Peebler.
Intended for last issue.
Blogna sausage hanging out in front
President Mulkey returned Saturday i tourist cars on both trains; chair cars
Monroe Gorden made a business trip
o f a butcher shop and went over and ! to Central Point Tuesday.
from Sherman County, where he has Sacramento to Portland and El Paso,
and tourist cars to Chicago, St. Louis,
purchased the whole lot, cemented them
Wm. Jones and son Tom are hauling been doing institute work.
to his rims and started back to Med hogs to Central Point.
The members of the Congressional , New Orleans and Washington.
Connecting at San Francisco with
ford. The butcher, who is a German,
Mrs. Richardson and son Walter have Literary Society met Friday evening. several steamship lines for Honolulu,
turned to a lady customer, exclaiming,
returned from Brownsboro, where they
Japan, China, Philippines, Central and
“ Veil, dit you efer?” The lady didn’t
have been visiting her brother, James That the Indians were treated worse South America.
say whether she did efer or not, but it
For particulars, see
is safe to say that she never efer.
decision was given to the affirmative.
J. T. Williams, Mr. Peart, (of Central
P. F. KUPER, Agent,
The students and members of the
Point) and others have returned from
Central Point station,
their hunt. They report having had
THE LOCAL NEWSPAPER.
W m . McMURRAY,
members o f the Athena Literary Soci
The dance given last week by Thomas
Gen. Pas. Agt., Portland, Ore
its Importance Not Appreciated by Some Jones was an entire success. It was
The Normal School and the High
greatly enjoyed by all present. Excel
lent music was furnished by the Gage School played a game of football last
Saturday. The Normal School team
won by a score o f 17 to 0.
It io the local press which serves you
Frank Allen, of Ashland, and Finley
C h r is t ia n C h u r c h .
in every emergency. There you go in sowing grain.
Henry, of Talent, entered the Normal
E. A. La Dow, pastor. Preaching
trouble. It is there you go in pros
Glass Bros are putting in their Fall
service at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.
perity. If you want to boom any man crop.
day school, 10 a. m. Ladies Aid So
ufacturing enterprise, any railroad proj
ciety meets regularly every Wednesday
enrollmeut this year than ever before, afternoon at 3 p. m. at the home of
ect, for the development of your town,
S u b s c r ib e f o r th e H e r a l d .
its members. Choir practice every Fri
and all grades are well represented.
for your lodge to increase your influence,
or if your lodge desires to add to its
M e t h o d is t E p is c o p a l .
membership or to erect a new hall or in
Geo. L. Burbank, pastor. Sunday
mny way advance its interests, the local
school every Sunday at 10 a. m.
press is immediately appealed to for help.
Preaching every Sunday at 11 a. m.
and every other Sunday at 7:30 p. m.
So it is with our churches. If it is a
Prayer meeting Thursday evening at
picnic or a festivel, a new carpet or an
7:30 p. m. A cordial invitation is ex
organ, the local press is found to be
tended to all. Preaching at Gold Hill
useful in furthering every good object.
on alternate Sunday evenings at 7:30
. m. Sunday school every Sunday at
If a raid is to be made on sin by the
0 a. m.
ambassadors of Christ, tho columns of
the local paper are used freely and
gratuitously in ..dvertising the revival
or protracted meeting. The candidates
and politicians find also the importance
The Medford laundry wagon will call
o f the local press
for work in Central Point each Monday
Clearly there arc many reasons why
afternoon and Friday morning. Expert
the local press should be cultivaetd. Yet
ironers from City Hall French laundry,
in spite of all these facts the people
San Francisco, employed. First class
most interested in the local paper are
sometimes the last to give it their sup
port and are frequently known to take
several metropolitan papers and shut
out their local paper altogether. If there
ia anything in the argument about the
advantages of home trade, surely it
makes a strong appeal on behalf of the
local preas, because the money for the
labor is always expended where the
paper is printed, and if paid out with
The world renowned
one hand for subscription, advertising
CHICKERING. KIMBALL, WEBER.
or job printing it comes into the other
Also Crown and 40 other makes
hand, and thus remains with you. If by
aay means you freeze out your local
to choose from.
paper and leave yourself at the mercy
Agent Singer Sewing Machine Co.
o f the foreign, you would find out more
Office, Comer 7th and E Streets,
fully then words or arguments could
explain why the local paper should be
cultivated.—Derry (Mass. 1 Enterprise.
CENTRAL POINT, OR.
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Yes, we carry them and the celebrated
and see our assortment and get prices.
that we carry, and have yet to arrive, a
large assortment of L ISK ’S IMPERI
W AR E,
best goods on earth.
W . C. Leever,
C en tra l P oin t, O regon
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Better Buy a Ticket!!
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Freeman & Wiley
V e h i c l e s , Etc.
Supj >er, $2.00. E,EERS
Aug. D. Singler’
E). C . G R I M
We carry a full line of
BAIN WAGONS. BUGGIES. HACKS,
ETC. >■ RUNABOUTS
IN STEEL and RUBBER TIRES
| Harness. Saddles. Robes and Whips. Gasoline
Engines. Pumps. Bicycles and Incubators
; ; We carry one o f the largest stocks in Jackson County
CENTRAL POINT. OR.
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