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C E ^T P M ,
THURSDAY, NOVFMRFR 2ft. 1906,
H F P A E .D .
Central Point State Bank
Humor and Philosophy
By DUNCAN N. SMITH
THE MAIN QUESTION.
In the pleasant autumn weather.
When the leaves begin to glow
And the forest looks as brilliant
As the lady In tho show,
Eweetly we commune with nature.
Feeding on her wealth our soul
As we wonder how In thunder
W e can buy our winter's coal.
Our stock of RAIN COATS and OVERCOATS has been elayed on
Central Point, Ore.
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
D IR E C T O R S -J . W. Merritt, President; W. C. Leever, Vice-President; T. M.
Witten, Cashier; I. C. Robnett, W. J. Freeman.
account of the manufacturers being “ OVERSOLD” and unable to
get the cloth from the mills.
Your Patronage is Respectfully Solicited.
However, they have h.led our order
and the goods are coming along in small shipments.
In a mass of gold and yellow
Hang the leaves upon the trees
Or to earthward softly flutter
On the light, impulsive breeze.
As we view the living poem,
Done in smooth, artistic rhyme.
It's distressing to be guessing
Can we buy our coal on time.
A part of them
have arrived and if you want GOOD GOODS at LOW PRICES we
C e n tr a l P o i n t
can suit you.
I. 1). LEWIS, Proprietor
W in te r
C lo th in g
Every suit brand new, up-to-’ate goods.
old Odds and Ends in this stock. We invite your inspection.
Brown and yellow blend with crimson.
And the treetops are aflame.
In a brilliant conflagration
Putting fireworks to shame,
But the waste seems almost sinful
As the leaves begin to turn.
For the falling year is calling
For substantial coal to burn.
M a r k e t
Having purchased the above-named business I respect
fully solicit the patronage ot the people o f 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
Our Stock of
Io the fastness of the forest
Is a mass of color blurred
That one couldn't catch on canvas.
Though the artist was a bird.
Far from noisy haunts of commerce.
From the grim and smoky town,
But the haunting thought keeps
Will the coal go up or down?
Patrons will find a first-class cutter always at the block.
Made Him Feel Natural.
P A T N j'T
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SOUTH and EAST :
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Sand son & Sons c~ J and ‘t Builders
W ool Underwear, f
The reasons why you should ¡contract
to build your^. house are—
Our work is executed with neatness
and dispatch and completed in a work
on work in alt
parts o f the valley
—by th e—
S p e c if ic a t io n s F u r n is h e d
HERN PAJ j F C CO.
DEALER IN WOOD
W ool Sox
L> . C . G R I M
Home For the Friendless.
C it y . D r a y i n g a n d T r a n s f e r
Isn’ t there a fine chance for adven
turous spirits to capture some small
All Kinds o f Hauling
but exceedingly tight island and pro
-A R E SOME OF O U R -
▼Ide on it a home for embezzlers who
•re having a hard time these days to
get some country to adopt them that
CENTRAL POINT, OR.
doesn’ t have extradition laws patrol
TRAINS FOR PORTLAND.
ling the borders looking for suspicious
characters with fat rolls bulging out
8 Trains leave Central Point
their hip pockets?
fo r Portland and way
As these rotund crooks usually carry
stations daily at - - - 5:52 a m.
away large enough wads to enable
5:19 p. m,
them to pay big board bills tho venture
should be a profitable one. They could
TRAINS FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
«it there In the balmy breeze, under m
rented vine and fig tree, and embezzle
M en’s Hatters and CuU t
¡j Leave Portland - - - - 8:00 a. m.
8:45 p. m.
against each other to their heart’ s *’
content and not got heart failure every
Leave Central Point - - -11:09 a. m.
Yes, we carry them and the celebrated
time they saw n sail looming up on
10:40 p. m.
tho horizon. Those who have never :■
Arrive Ashland - - - - - 12:41 a. m.
COLES HEATER at that.
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looted a bank or played the races witL •►I-H-Ks>H-H-8 8 •!• 8-M-M-' •VH--H- '• (j
12:15 p. m.
a trust fund little know the crying
and see our assortment and get prices.
need there is for such a haven o f ref
Arrive Sacramento - - - 5:10 p. m.
5:00 a. m.
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Arrive San Francisco - - 7:45 p. m.
8:45 a. m.
"Beama to me that you make a good
"Sure. Didn’t you know this was a
that we carry, and have yet to arrive, a
tourist cars on both trains; chair cars
large assortment of LISK’S IMPERI
Sacramento to Portland and El Paso,
We wish to announce to the people of Central Point
AL AND ANTI-RUST WARE, the
and tourist cars to Chicago, St. Louis,
When you oat a peck of apples
tiroon and hard, but very filling-,
New Orleans and Washington.
and vicinity, that we will have on display, in a few
best goods on earth.
I£ It’s not appendicitis
Connecting at San Francisco with
You'll have something quite as thrilling
days, in our new location in Moore’s new 3-story brick
several steamship lines for Honolulu,
Japan, China, Philippines, Central and
building, the largest and finest line of
A Cure for Rheumatism.
For particulars, see
P. F. KUPER, Agent,
A Topeka man was complaining o f
Central Point station,
rheumatism. “ There’ s no excuse for
ever exhibited in Medford. This will be your best op
being afflicted,” said a friend. “ I used
C e n t r a l P o in t, O r e g o n
W m . M cM U R R A Y ,
to have rheumatism. When it would
portunity for selecting your Holiday Gifts from a
Gen Pas A gt., Portland, Ore
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strike me I would go homo and have
thoroughly modern stock of elegant goods.
my w ife throw her arms around my
neck and Rive mo a massage treatment.
Watch this space for further announcements
It helped me every time. You ought
Fine Sample R oom s
to try it. ”
“ I w ill,” said the man. "W hen will
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1 find your wife at home?” —Kansas
C h r is t ia n C h u r c h .
I E. A. La Dow, pastor. Preaching!
M o o r e ’s B r i d e B l o c k , W e s t 7 t l i ' S .,
service at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.
day school, 10 a. m. Ladies Aid S o - '
T h e H om e' o f C o m m e r
Excursion to S a i Irdncisco.
ciety meets regularly every Wednesday
cia l a n d M in in g M e n
afternoon at 3 p. m. at the home o f
its members. Choir practice every Fri
Messrs. T. K. Holton and Emil Pcil T
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HOTEL NASH CO., PROPS.
will run another o f their |>opular holi
M e t h o d is t E p is c o p a l .
day excursions from Ashland to San
DINING ROOM UNSURPASSED.
REFU RN ISH ED THROUGHOUT
Geo. L. Burbank, pastor. Sunday
Frammw» and return, this season, leav
‘ school every Sunday at 10 a. m.
ing AuMarsf Wednesday, December 26,
j Preaching every Sunday at 11 a. m.
t906, on tfn- itoon train. Round trip
and every other Sunday’ at 7:30 p. m.
j Prayer meeting Thursday evening at
tickets. $15.tX), good for fifteen days.
j 7:30 p. m. A cordial invitation is ex-
You should take advantage o f this
opportunity to see the wrecked city.
orTaReniate Sunday^ eve;fflng^Uat I ® - H -H -I- I- I- W
Tickets now on sale at Freeman &
m. Sunday school every Sunday at j
b i a. m.
W iley's, Centra! Point.
S tro n g L in e s ,
“THE TO G G ER Y,”
The Medford Book Store
Holiday Goods and
W. C. Leever,
The Medford Book Store,
H O TE L
N A SH
Have You “a Sweet Too'Ji?”
F reem an
landed like d Cut.
C. E. H eft, electrician, and foromer
resident o f Central Point, where he
was employed as a lineman by the
Condor Water and Power Co., was the
centaal figure in an elevator accident
in Portland the other day while at work
at his calling in the new Wells Fargo
building installing electric elevators.
Heft ami his working partner were at
work on a temporary hoist in the
•levator shaft at the ninth floor when,
without warning, the grip gave way
and tho cage started to drop a sheer
125 feet to the bottom. H eft grasped
an overhead brace and at exactly the 1
right second swung himself from the
cage just as it struck the bottom and
before it started on the rebound. He
escaped unhurt, hut his companion re
ceived perhaps fatal injuries.
W ile y
We wish to call the attention of P A R
T I C U L A R P EO PLE to our C A N D Y
N O V E L T I E S for T E S T V E O C A
SIO N S.
Also to our ”JU >T C A N D Y ’*
Aug. D. Singler’
“ A N Y OLD T I M E . ”
Fansher & Fansher,
Ross Building, Lower Pine Street,
The world renowned
CHICKERING, KIM BALL.
BAIN WAGONS. BUGGIES. HACKS.
IN STEEL and RUBBER TIRES
CALL AN D
to choose from.
Office, Com er 7th and E Streets,
Also Crown and 40 other makes
W e carry a full line o f
Agent Singer Sewing Machine Co.
Central Point, Oregon.
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"It was a breezy time when the sail
er man proposed to the landlady'«
"Did she accept him?"
"I should say not. She rejected him
e l the rate of forty nots an hour."
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VT hw -
; : Harness. Saddles. Robes and Whips. Gasoline
Engines. Pumps. Bicycles and Incubators
; ; W e carry one o f the largest stocks in Jsckson County
CENTRAL POINT. OR.
Send the H erald to your friends.
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