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CENTRAL POINT HERALD, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 13, I9 ji.
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C entral P oint H erald
LANCASTER & PATTISON,
S. A. P attison , E d ito r .
JI l E. L ancaster , B u sin ess M anager
An independent local newspaper
devoted to the interests* *f Central
Point and the Rogue River Valley.
Published EVery Thursday.
Subscription price, $1.50 'per year, in
Cash Capital, $[0,01)0
Teddy, the second, is just now
dividing the honors of public at
tention with his illustrious daddy.
Young Rosey has, within the
week, been reported engaged to
a chorus girl, and has been ini
tiated into the order of Dickey
boys at Harvard. This entitles
Him* to a. position in the lime
light and to have his picture in
the daily papers.
A. Portland minister said in a
sermon last Sunday that "godli
ness pays even in politics.”
Wonder how he made this dis
covery? It hasn’t appeared in
any recently published news
paper or magazine article touch
ing on politics and politicians
that any American politician has
tried the experiment.
While the Hood River Valley
and the Willamette: Valley are
scrapping about the excellence
of their apples, the epicures of
the world are busily muncing the
Rogue River Valley product and
declaring, "Never tasted any
thing so good in my life,” and,
after all, that’s what counts.
Eugene Gudnl to the front.
- WORKING AGAIN-
WE GUARANTEE ALL
Rough and Dressed Lumber, Shingles,
Doors, Windows, Etc.
P. J. Hicken
Yard on track near depot. Estimates furnished.
Let us figure on your lumber bill.
CENTRAL POINT, OREGON
J e w e le r
t h e H e r a l d t o y o u r f r ie n d s .
G ilîe tt
R e s ta u r a n t
L o d g in g
H o u se
M A I'S I T ! ! !
Cough yourself into a tit of spasms and
then wonder why you don't get well.
If you will only try a bottle of Ballard's
Horehound Syrup your cough will be a
thing of the past. It is a positive cure
for Coughs, Influenza, Bronchitis and
all Plumonary diseases. Ono oottle will
convince you — - l youur druggist, 25c,
50c and $1.00.
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G e n e ra l H la e U s m ith ln g
Blacks' s Repair
work of all kinds.
Eighth Grade Examinations.
Lower Pine Street
ccmc to Central Point call at the Gillett Res
taurant if you should be hungry. You can get a
good square meal for 25 cents. If you want to
take a lunch with you, such as sandwiches,
cakes and pies, you can get it for from 10c to
25c. Canned lunch goods always on hand. We
also carry fresh bread and cakes and pies of
A-WORD TO THE BOYS AND GIRLS—
Young and old—Think of it! Milk shake 5c;,
soda, 5c; home made candies, 15e to 25c per lb.
YOURS FOB FAIR I i EAT > ENT,
A . 1\ G I L L E T T E SO X.
* iWood Turning and Scroll Work.
Horseshoeing and Wagon work
Cast Iron Brazing
CENTRAL POINT, OR.
A recent circular letter from State
Superintendent Ackerman’s office gives
the following information concerning
the Eighth Grade Final Examinations.
Four examinations will be held during
the year 1907, as follows:
:|j IF YOUR HORSE HAS CORNS OR CONTRACTION OF
January 24-25; May 16-17; June 13-14;
THE FEET, SEE
The following program will be given:
Thursdays—Arithmetic, Writing, His
tory, and Civil Government.
Fridays—Grammar, Physiology, Ge
ography, and Spelling.
Questions in the following subjects will
be taken from the following sources:
Geography—State Course of Study;
the coarse print in Frye's Elements of
Geography; map questions in both
coarse anil fine print of Frye’s Ele
ments of Geography.
Spelling —Eighty per cent from mis • k ~ ;
cellaneous test words in Reed's Word
lessons, and twenty per cent from
Writing-Specimens of penmanship
as indicated in copied matter and from
Language—Reed’s Graded Lessons in
English, no diagramming.
Civil Government—United S t a t e s
History—List of topics from History
Outline in State Course of Study and
C en tra ! P o in t
HOTEL IN CONNECTION
L iv e r y
S ta b le s
Shorty Williams, Prop.
Fast Horses, First-class,Rigs, areful. Experienced Drivers.
Daily Stage to Lagle Point.
Y Special attention to Commercial Men.
Price, th e Horseshoer.
Grow ina Aches
Manufacturers of all classes of
M a r b le a n i Granite
C e m e te ry
or will manufa-
cure from private
Our Granite Quarries, near Central Point, are
the finest on the Coast. Electric polishing
machines in our local factory. Iron fencing.
CENTRAL POINT, OREGON
You Pay fo r Printing
We are now receiving and plac
ing on display, the largest and
finest line of HOLIDAY GOODS
ever brought to Central Point.
And We Print for Pay
Fancy Goods, Toys, Books
SOUTH and EAST
T IS TO OUR INTEREST TO TURN OUT
Printing that will please our customers.
fully equipped to do all classes of Commercial and
Job Printing and we respectfully solicit your orders
¡Or anything else that you may need.
Call and let us figure with you. We are here to
stay and to help you make Central Point worth
while. Help us with your printing orders.
TRAINS FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
Leave Portland - - - - 8:00 a. m.
8:45 p. m.
fhtended for last iiwue.
Those in charge of the Christmas Leave Central Point - - - 11:09 a. m.
10:40 p. m.
t»ee entertainment report that our
people have subscribed liberally, anil Arrive Ashland - - - - - 12:41 a. m.
that all families will be represented.
12:15 p. m.
Two Sams Vulleyites were discussing Arrive Saeramentv* - - - 5:10 p. m.
the new hitching rack at Central Point |
5:00 a. m.
the other day. Said Will: “ It is tix* Arrive Sail Framrisco - - 7-:45 p. m.
darn far from town. I just as well j
8:45 a. m.
hitch my team at Agate.” Said John:
“ It fits me fine. When I want to start
Through Pullman, Standard and
for home I can take a swig from my tourist cars on both trains; chair cars
little old fiask and not have the Central Sacramento to Portland and El Paso,
Point girls turning their noses up at and tourist cars to Chicago, St. Louis,
New Orleans and Washingt - hi .
T. C. Law and family were visiting
Connecting at San Francisco with
«datives here Sunday.
several steamship lines for Honolulu,
Thanksgiving was a dull day here. Japan, China. Philippines, Central and
No school, no mail and no roast turkey. South America.
Fur particulars, see
Read that article in last week’s Mail
P. F-vKl'PER, Agent,
and then kick yourself for not having
Central Point station,
located at Table Rock. We have room
for a few more, and they should come
early before the rush that letter will
W h . * i MURRAY,
Sen Pas Agt.. Port lam A Ore
J. W. Jacobs & Co.
I: HoliclaV G o o d s
Mrs. Jqpie Sumner, Bremond, Tex.,
writes, April 15, 1902: “ I have used
Ballard’s Snow Liniment in my family
for three years. 1 would not be with
out it in Uie house. I have used it for
my little girl for growing pains and
aches in her knees. It cured her right
away. I have also used it for frost
bitten feet, with good success. It is
the best liniment I ever used.” 25c,
50c and $1.00. Sold by Central Point
The Eugene Daily Guard last Satur
day issued a must excellent special
edition of 32 pages, every one of which
ia replete with valuable information
and excellent illustrations of the re-
Bources and industries of Eugene and
SOUTHERN PACIFIC CO.
The Guard is to be congratulated on
having a location in a community whose
progressive citizens make such an
edition as was issued lust week possible
and the city of Eugene ¡ b also to be
oongratulated on having a newspaper
which possesses the high degree of
merit that the Guard does in bringing
that city and surrounding community
to the front.
People who are disposed to poke fun
at the Willammette Valley should se
cure a copy of the Guard’s special
edition and then make an effort to
bring their own towns up to the Eugene
standard as indicated by the appear
TRAINS KOI1 PORTLAND.
ance of this number of the Guard—be
fore indulging ¡many further pleasant-
for Portland ami way
stations daily at - - - 5:52 a m.
5:19 p. m.
J . li. G A Y
The Ycungett and the Stongest
,nd guard our customers’ interests with the same good faith we do
those of the Bank.
A Member of Ameriean Bankers’ Association.
Bhtered as Second-class Matter, May 4,
We are Strongly Insured Against Burglary ar J Hold-Ups
1906, at the Post Office at Central Point,
WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS
Oregon, under the Act ef Congress of Wm. S. Crowell, President
d ir e c t o r s :
March 3, 1879.
F. K. Deuel, Vice-President
Wm. S. Crowell,IF.IK. Deuel, (’has.
M. L. Alford. Cashier
Strang, E. V. Carter, Geo. W.TDunn
President R o o s e v e l t recom
mended in his message that
school boys should be provided
with rifles and drilled in the art
of expert marksmanship. Of
course the President is supposed
to be right about all such strenu
ous matters; but here is one
humble editor who serves notice
that, if Young America is to be
armed with anything more dan
gerous than the present-day
"bean shooter,” he will quit
business and “ skidoo” for the
tall timber. We’re not hanker
ing for any "peek-a-boo” effect
finish on our anatomy.
- I AM-
Central point herald
J. N, HERNDON, Prop.
A First-class Family Style Hotel Good Home
Cooking a Specialty.
and many other attractive and
seasonable holiday articles.
Call early and make your selec
tions while the stock is complete.
P o in t
M A R Y A. M EF, Prep -ietr*r
1 1 11
m i 11
1 t-i- i-fr
quite so good as an
OUR V E R Y BEST
Pocket K n ife. Made
from “ W ardlow ’ s ”
highest grade steel
by sk illed A m erica n
w o rk m e n . Beauti*
fu l in pattern and
s u p e r b in finish.
C o m e and se e them
W e carry a fu ll line
■j: CIGARS, TOBACCOS j;
CE CREAM AND SODA
Special Attention to the Commercial Trade.
We assure you courteous treatment and solicit
a continuance of your patronage.
South Second Street.
CENTRAL POINT. OREGON.
Eagle Point. Oregon
Jv»nd the hktald to y u r f r cnitv
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