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Local and Persona!
Charles H. Pierce, the well-known
canneryman o f Ashland, was in Central
Point yesterday on businesss.
P O IN T .
OREOON. TH URSDAY,
William Holland Beal.
N O V E M B E R 29. 1936.
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People are Waking Up
Died—A t his home in this city, Fri
J. C. Pendleton, of Table Rock, was
day morning, Nov. 13, 1906, William
Wm. Lewis, o f Weston, Eastern Ore Holland Beal, aged 04 years, six months j ¡n the eity the other day. In the sec-
J. A. Mann had his name entered on gon, is here today attending the fu and 19 days.
tion north of Rogue River comprising
the H erald list last week.
neral o f his mother, Mrs. Sarah Lake.
The subject o f this sketch was a well Table Rock and vicinity they have one
Mrs R. B. Porter le ft yesterday for
The ladies o f the Christian Church known resident o f Central Point for the of the largest and best crops of apples
a visit with relatives in California.
will give a dinner and bazaar at the past 12 years. He was born in Peoria, I that they have ever had. The reason
R. "C. Hensley shipped two cars of Christian Church on Thanksgiving day. Illinois, but when a young man he r e - ; f ° r the size of the crop lies in the fact
moved to Kansas and was there during that many new orchards are coming
fut hogs to Portland last week, making Your patronage is solicited.
six cars he has shipped during the past
Tickets for the Grand Thanksgiving the troublous times o f the civil war. , 'nt° hearing and that, again, is one of
fe w weeks.
ball may be secured at any time from He enlisted in the 12th Kansas regiment the reasons for the quality thereof,
Big consignment o f lard cans just ar Mr. Wm. Scott. Buy your tickets of volunteers in 1862, but at the time The people o f that section did not com-
his regiment was mustered into the mence growing apples for export until
early, boys, and avoid the rush.
rived at Leever’s, the hardware man.
Mrs. Ladd, of Hornbrook, Cal., ar service he was sick and unable for the 1 after the experiment had been tried
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Gay went to
time being to be with his comrades. for several years on this side o f the
Medford yesterday to spend Thanks rived last Thursday and will reside
here with her daughter, Mrs. J. L. During his convalescence, and before he r*ver antl therefore had the experience
was able to join his company, he was ° f others to guide them in the selection
A cave-in occurred in the Laflesh Arnett. Mrs. Ladd is an invalid, and captured by the forces of Generals of varieties and the avoidance ot mis-
near Hornbrook, Cal., the other at this time is quite 111.
Price and Marmaduke, during their raid takes. As a consequence the Table
Holiday goods, all kinds and descrip
day, in which one man was killed and
through the border country, and was i R°<* section is turning out this year
tions, at the Central Point Pharmacy,
another seriously injured.
held a prisoner for five months, being as fine a lot « f Spitzenbergs and New-
Arthur Beal, a former resident of
tinally exchanged as a prisoner o f war. towns as one would wish to see. There
this city, now o f Junction City, was
Some time after the war he removed !
b* over 12,000 boxes o f apples
here during the week attending the
Union Thanksgiving Service.
to Colorado and was a resident of Lead- marketed from that section and most
funeral of his father, William H. Beal.
ville during the palmy days o f that <>f them will be shipped abroad. R. C.
Mrs. C. H. Veghte, who has been | A union Thanksgiving service will be famous camp. He was married at that Washburn will have 4o00 boxes, the
spending the Summer here with her j held in the Methodist church today at place December 16, 1879, to Mrs. Lizzie I Shipley orchard will have at least 4.100
husband, who is the contractor on the 10:45 a. m. Rev. E. A. LaDow, o f the Walker, who with five children survive j boxes, the Lutscomb orchard over 2,000
more and at least 1500 boxes will come
new school building, has returned to Christian Church, will preach the ser him.
Deceased had been an invalid for the from smaller orchards in the neighbor-
mon. A ll are cordially invited.
her home in Ashland for the Winter.
past eight years, and on the evening hood. Apples do not comprise all that
Mrs. Madge Wall, o f Glendale, and
preceding his death he returned from a
raised in that part of the valley,
Mrs. Cecelia Fifield, o f W olf Creek, j
visit in California, where he had spent \ Table Rock produces some o f the finest
were here Sunday, being called home
several weeks with his sister. He was grains and vegetables grown in the
by the death of their father, Wm. H.
Central Point lodge, No. 193, I. O. O. apparently in his usual health on his county and some o f the most open-
F., will give a grand ball in the opera return, but during the evening he was hearted, hospitable people on earth
A few choice 5-acre tracts adjoining house on Thanksgiving evening, which i stricken with hemorrhage o f the brain live there.— Medford Tribune.
Central Point fer sale by Downing & j promises to eclipse anything in the j antj
tj,e following morning, as
j terpsichorean line ever given in Central above stated.
butter-maker at the Point. The best music in the valley
The surviving children are: Mrs.
creamery, is suffering from a bad hand | will be furnished, the floor will be put j Cecelia Fifield, o f W o lf Creek, Oregon; J
Wm. Jones butchered some nice pork
this week with symptoms of blood poi- j !n finest condition and nothing will be j jjrs. Madge Wall, o f Glendale, Oregon;
soning. He is off duty and is having |
undone that is necessary to add to ; Arthur Beal, o f Junction City, Oregon; ers Monday.
the member treated by a Medford phy- the enjoyment of the occasion. Invita- Ralph Beal and Harry Beal, who reside
One day last week the thermometer
|tions wil1 be sent V> neighboring lodges ' with their mother at Central Point.
registered 23 degrees above zero.
u :. ant* a larKe attendance is expected
The funeral services were held at the
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Williama went
Wm. Edgely, o f Glendale, visited his; from a„ sections of the valley.
1 family residence Sunday afternoon, be- over to Medford one day last week.
daughter, Mrs. Lizzie Beal, during the
\ ing conducted by T. M. Jones, o f this
week. Mr. Edgely is a veteran o f the
Mrs. Minnie Jones is visiting her
Card of Thanks.
I city. The interment was in the Central
civil war, and he now resides at the
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Rodgers.
I Point cemetery.
Soldiers’ Home at Roseburg.
Jesse Richardson, who has been quite
W e take this method o f expressing |
F. R. Hopkins lost a car of fine ap
sick, is greatly improved at this writing.
pies Tuesday which had just been load
Oscar Rodgers and Fred Brown made
and friends for assistance and sympathy j favQrite tonjc jg whit(,,s
ed ready for shipment east. A local
Cream Ver a business trip to Central Point Mon
tendered during our recent sad bereave
freight train backed in on the siding
mifuge, the cure for worms and all
ment. W e fully appreciate your kind
and struck the apple car such a lick
children’s diseases. It not only kills
ly words and acts.
Born—Nov. 20, 1906, to Mr. and Mrs.
that the apples therein were practically
the worms, but removes the mucus and
M rs . L izzie B ea l and F am ily .
Robert Fleming, o f Sams Valley, a
ground into a pulp, fit only for cider.
slime in which they build their nests.
Its action on the child is mild and leaves
Holiday goods; Christmas presents;
W. C. Chapman took a load o f dress
him in a healthy condition. Joe Daniel,
New Year gifts at the Central Point
Post Farm Solo.
ed turkeys over to Central Point one
o f his children White’ s Cream Vermi day last week.
Last Saturday a deal was closed with fuge when the doctor thought it had
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Downing returned
Prof, and Mrs. Narregan and son,
from a-' trip to the north last Friday J. L. Arnett for the purchase of the colic, and from the first dose the child Eugene, were the guests o f their son
after spending a week at Albany and Post farm, two miles north o f town on passed 73 worms. Sold by Central and w ife last Saturday.
Eugenie. Mr. Downing went to Albany the Tolo road, the price being reported Point Pharmacy.
George Stacy, accompanied by his
The place contains 49
to consult a specialist in regard to his at $5500.00.
daughter, Miss Alberta, made Medford
asthmatic ttouble and believes that the acers and is one o f the most desirable
and Central Point merchants a call last
treatment he received there is giving homes in the valley. The soil is well
him much relief. They stopped at
Mrs. Sarah Lake, a recent arrival
Sunday the friends of Mrs. W. C.
Eugene for a few days to visit rela
here from Boise, Idaho, died Tuesday,
Chapman gave her quite a surprise
tives, and after a few days o f W il set ten or twenty achers to fruit at the 27th inst., at the home o f her son-
party in honor o f her 43rd birthday
lamette moisture they are well satisfied once.
in-law, John Sisty, in Willow Springs
Those present were:
to be back in the sunshine of the Rogue
pecinct, after an illness o f several
| Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Wilhite, Prof, and
weeks. The funeral will take place j
TH A T’ S IT ! ! !
Mrs. Narregan, Mrs. I L. Case, Mrs.
this afternoon from the residence,
The Central Point Pharmacy has a Cough yourself into a fit o f spasms and
M. H. Gorden, Earl Case, Percy Talent,
interment in Central Point cemetery.
change o f ad this week. Read it and then wonder why you don’t get well.
Eugene Narregan Oily, Mattie and
learn where to go for your X-mas goods. I f you will only try a bottle o f Ballard's
Sammy Gorden. A ll had an enjoyable
Southern Oregon Normdl Notes
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. B. Kirk, Jr., are Horehound Syrup your cough will be a
here from Niagra, North Dakota, visit thing of the past. It is a positive cure
ing their friends, W, W. Glasgow and for Coughs, Influenza, Bronchitis and
Real Estate Transfers
By C. G. Peebler.
family, o f near town, and Mr. and Mrs. all Plumonary diseases. One bottle will The basketball boys and girls are hard
L. Hatfield, o f this city, for a few convince you—at youur druggist, 25c, at work practicing for places upon the
Amos Nicholson to Sarah E Downing,
days. Mr and Mrs. Kirk were recent 50c and $1.00.
6.79 acres sec 8, tp 37, 2 w; $150.
ly married and are enjoying a honey
The new students enrolled last week
U S to Jessie Rosencrans, nw} sec 26,
moon trip on the Pacific coast. Mr.
are; Parks Shelley, Rae Hevener, tp 32, l e ; patent.
Kirk is engaged in the banking business
Ashland; Clyde and Clarence Clary,
E W Mitchell to H C Kinney, lots 31
at Niagra and is also extensively in
Klamath Falls; Ethel Dollarhide, Siski and 32, blk P, R R add, Ashland; $1.
terested in wheat growing in Dakota.
^.t tbe Braden mine, six miles north-
Ben and Ann Beall to S A Pattison
He is well pleased with the climatic, |
Central Point, on the Gold
Last Friday afternoon the Athena et al, lots 5, 6 and 7, blk 14, and lot 8,
scenic and material advantages o f the
explosion o f dynamite occurred, which Literary Society gave their first debate blk 66, Central Point; $1.
Rogue River Valley.
Ben and Ann Beall to S A Pattison
seriously injured four workmen. Jas. — Resolved, That Alexander the Great
Select a Christmas present for your Robbins was perhaps fatally injured, was a greater man than Julius Ceasar. et al, 9.76 acres in sec 2, tp 37, 2 w;
wife, mother, sister or sweetheart, as Carl Darling lost an eye and was other- The negative won.
the case may be, from the mammoth wise mangled, and two men, Dawson
Lavina Mingus to Addie V Guches, 2
Mrs. Mulkey entertained the boys
stock o f holiday goods at the Central an(| ROSrerSi were more or less crippled. and girls from the dormitories last acres in sec 35, tp 37, 2 w; $100.
Addie V Guches to J C Smith, 2 acres
The men were thawing frozen powder. Saturday evening.
in sec 25, tp 37, 2 w; $650.
The elegant new home being erected ; when the accident occurred,
Pres B. F. Mulkey, Prof. Sanders
Frank Beuttel to C H Veghte, lot 3,
by F. H. Hopkins, o f this city, is near
and Mrs. Wickerham went to Portland
blk I, R R add to Ashland; $10.
ing completion and Mr. Hopkins and
Growing Aches and Pains
Elmira Pugh to Margaret A Walker,
his family hope to occupy it within the
Mrs. Josie Sumner, Bremond, Tex.,
lots 28, 29, 30, 31, blk N, R R add to
next week or so. The home is strictly
Thanksgiving vacation, which is two
modem in every respect and is supplied writes, April 15, 1902; “ I have used days, will close the first term at the Ashland; $10.
C W Palm et al to Electra E Halla-
with every modern convenience. The
day, lot 2, blk 2, Palm’s add to Med
first floor contains a large living room, for three years. I would not be with
a spacious dining room, a library and out it in the house. I have used it for
C W Palm to Henry Clark, 2 acres in
office room, kitchen, pantries, cold my little girl for growing pains and
tp 37, 2 w; $200.
storage, etc.; the second floor has five aches in her knees. It cured her right
300 bushels of fine quality Red Chaff
fine airy -chambers and besides these away. I have also used it for frost
F or S a le —A six-room dwelling in
there is ample room in the basement bitten feet, with good success. It is or Buie Club wheat, for seed. Call on
Central Point, in good repair. Bam,
J. M. H u rley ,
and a ttic.' The building will be heated the best liniment I ever used.” 25c, or address,
R. F. D.
Central Point, Or. good water, some fruit. A bargain.
with a furnace and will be supplied 50c and $1.00. Sold by Central Point
Inquire at this office.
throughout with hot and cold water.
on the orchard proposition in the
Rogue River Valley. A good
jrchard on the right kind o f land
is very attractive.
The right kind of ap orchard
will prove a bonanza; the wrong
kind is sure to prove a “ white
elephant” on the owner’s hands.
A man who is not in touch with
the orchard business cannot put
you right on the proposition any
more than a blind man can lead
a blind man. I f you want to
avoid getting left with a “ white
elephant” on your hands, do
business with the
Rogue River Land Company,
They are in touch with the or
chard business, thoroughly fa
miliar with every tract in the
valley, know what each district
is best adapted for, and they
will see that you are put right
in every instance. Every man
who has ever bought through
this agenev can sell to-day for a
great advance over his purchase
price. This is e n d o r s e m e n t
enough. Consult any business
man, bank or orchardman in the
valley as to their reliability.
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Hop Gold Beer
Double Stamped W h is k y
We will ship you from 1 to
4 7-8 gallons of fine whis
key or best quality o f
By Dozen, C m « or Barrel
V. L Snyder & Co.
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HOP GOLD BEER
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Central Point, Oregon.
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