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C E N T R A L P O IN T H E R A L D , T H U R S D A Y , DE CE M B E R 13, 1906,
Central Point School Report.
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Report o f Central Point public school
fo r the month ending Dec. 1, 1906:
Number o f days taught 16; days at
tendance 3558; days absent, boys 96,
girls 90, total 186; tardy, boys 38, girls
28, total 66; number enrolled on regis
ter, boys 112, girls 136, total 248; aver
age daily attendance 222; percent o f
attendance 961; number o f visitors 5;
number o f cases o f corporal punish
The enrollment is 40 more than for
the corresponding month last year, and
the average daily attendance is 35
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T H A T A I Q S T O P T H E PLEA SU R E O P
G o in g A/vy W H E R E is IN BEir/G
W e wish to call the attention o f P A R
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worth doing is worth doing well. If
you wish to be cured o f Rheumatism,
use Ballard’s Snow Liniment and you
will be “ well cured.” A positive cure
for Sprains, Neuralgia, Bruises, Con
tracted Muscles and all the ills that I
flesh is heir to. A. G. M. Williams,
“ I have
used Snow Liniment for sprained ankle
and it gave the best o f satisfaction. I
always keep it in the house.” Sold by
Central Point Pharmacy.
L E to our C A N D Y
A N D Y”
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Central Point State Bank
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Hotel Ghdnges Hunds.
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Central Point, 'Ore.
HAVE YOU EVER HAD TO S T A Y AT HOME BE
CAUSE YOU DID NOT HAVE THE CLOTHES TOR
o c c a s io n s a r e a p t to
COME ANY TIME.
CAN YOU AFFORD NOT TO
MEET PEOPLE? CAN YOU AFFORD NOT T o BE
DRESSED RIGHT WHEN YOU Do MEET PEOPLE?
IT WILL DO YOU NO HARM T o COME IN AND TRY
ON ONE' OF OUR FINE SUITS AND OVER
" T R Y ON "
G o o d
CLOTHES. IT WILL DO YOU GOOD T o FEEL
COMFORTABLE ONLY A FEW MINUTES. EXPECT
WE CAN SHOW YOU CLOTHES S o DESIRABLE
THAT WE CAN GET YOU INTO THE DRESSING
HABIT IF YOU ARE NOT ALREADY IN.
MUCH WILL IT COST YOU? THIS MUCH.-
A-BLUE SERGE ALL WOOL SUIT FOR $ 1 0 . 0 0 ;
WORSTED SUIT FOR $ 1 5 . 0 0
a good l o o k i n g
f o r $ i o . o o ;
A DEAD SWELL OVERCOAT FOR $ 1 5 . 0 0 .
YES AND EVERYTHING YOUR BODY OR YOUR
BOY’ S BODY NEED AT OUR STORE.
The Hotel Williams passed under
new management last Thursday morn
ing, when Mr. J. N. Herndon, who
recently arrived from California and
secured a lease on the property, as
sumed the management.
Mr. Herndon is experienced in the
hotel business, and proposes to give
the public first-class accommodations
in the hostelry line.
A new advertisement o f this house
appears in this issue.
favorite tonic is W hite’ s Cream Ver
mifuge, the cure for worms and all
children’ s diseases. It not only kills
the worms, but removes the mucus and
slime in which they build their nests.
Its action on the child is mild and leaves
him in a healthy condition. Joe Daniel,
Surmac, Tenn., says that he gave one
o f his children W hite’ s Cream Vermi
fuge when the doctor thought it had
colic, and from the first dose the child
passed 73 worms. Sold by Central
T R A N S A C T S A G E N E R A L B A N K IN G B U SIN E SS
DIRECTOPvS—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 I S , P r o p r i e t o r
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
B EE F ,
M U TT O N ,
P O U LTR Y.
Patrons will find a first-class cutter always at the block.
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Humor and Philosophy
By DUNCAN M. SMITH
Y es, we carry them and the celebrated
C OLES H E A T E R
DOWN TO BUSINESS.
Xt m atters not how we orate
A bou t a cause that we aro boom ing
A nd on Its m erits loudly prate,
Oreat bales o f heated air consum ing.
And, be It politics or art
Or sometliinK else for w hich we holler,
The cause that's closest to our heart
Is one that brings us In a dollar.
A lo ft In realms on high we soar.
A bout the future speculating,
A nd theories deep we ponder o’ er,
Their m erits ca refu lly debating,
But when we open up our vest
And tell the searcher to go throu gh us
l i e ’ ll And tho fa d that suits us best
Is one that brings the m oney to us.
W e talk about the sim ple life
And everything In that connection—
In fact, we argue with our w ife
T hat It Is good fo r tho com plexion.
In every w ay we figure out
That It Is better than tho other.
And then we turn and think about
H ow we can do a man and brother.
W e plan to push reform nlong,
T o hond a knockout blow to error.
T o take a crack at every w rong
A nd be the evildoer’ s terror,
A nd then we see a dollar note
And drop our hobby to pursue It,
T oss off our necktie and our coat
L est som e one else should beat
“ I f I hud the wings of a bird I would
•y to the farthest corners o f the earth.
I would soar over land and sea and
•hove the clouds. I would explore the
•arth from pole to pole and all hidden
Secrets should be mine."
Attention, D. of H. Members.
The last meeting o f our lodge for
this year will be held on Wednesday
evening, Dec. 19, and it is hoped this
meeting will be attended by every
Holly Lodge No. 16 will endeavor to
sustain ber reputation for her hospital
ity, so we should be pleased to see as
many members as possible can be with
us on December 19th.
Yours in C. H. & P.,
L ola N orcross ,
C. o f H.
Wednesday evening, Dec. 5th, the
D. o f H. Lodge held one o f the most
pleasant meetings o f the year. Four
new members were initiated into the
mysteries o f the order. The following
officers were elected for the ensuing
year: P. C. o f H., Lola Norcross; C.
o f H., Jennie Merritt; L. ot H., Lar-
ma Neff; C. o f C., Clara Farra; Usher,
Francis Akin; Rec., Stella Purkeypile;
Fin., Helen Herriott; Receiver, Mrs.
Wetzell; 1. W ., Mrs. Cliff; G. W .,
Anna l’ ankcy; organist, Stella Purkey
pile; Installing Officer, Anna Pankey.
A banquet followed this profitable
A number o f the young men about
town have organized the Central Point
Dancing Club, and the first club dance
o f the season will be given next Satur
day evening, Dee. 15th. The club is
also advertising a grand Christmas ball
to be given under the auspices o f the
club Christmas evening. Chamber
lain’ s orchestra will furnish the music
on that occasion and the affair promises
to be one o f the swellest o f the season.
and see our assortment and get prices.
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IX)lls,all kinds and sizes. Go-carts, I-
Tool Chests, Doll Dishes, Banks, Etc.
E u r o p e a n E la n
Just Uncorked— Bottle Green Ties,
this Big Building.
The Medford Book Store, |
M o o r e 's B r i c k B l o c k , W e s t 7 t h ' S t . ’
HOTEL NASH CO., PROPS.
M ED FORD.
H alf Hose H alf Price— H alf Dollar.
See the New H ats— W e
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REFURNISH ED THROUGHOUT
$ 1 .
Freeman & W iley
V e h i c l e s , Etc.
W e carry a full line o f
Y o u ’ re Collared Right if You’ re W ear
ing a W ing.
T h e H o m e o f C’o in m er
eiai and M in in g M e n
B w ks, Autograph Albums. Toilet Ar-
R oom s
Four-in-Hands—Y o u ’ ll See ’ em at
Taller Collars for Shorter D ays—2 for
Post Card Albums, Scrapbooks, Story
Xm as Goods in
E tn e S a m p le
Best as a Bracer—These Suspenders.
C e n t r a l P o in t, O r e g o n
pedes, Tin and Iron Toys, from 5c up.
W A R E,
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In Moore’s 3-Story Brick Building. f
W e mention a few articles:
A N T I-R U S T
Will have his Grand Openeng in Medford this year
W . C. Leever,
New Remedy— Insomnialess Night
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that we carry, and have yet to arrive, a
large assortment of L IS K ’ S IM P E R I
best goods on earth.
the Horse Show, Each,
ron Wagons, Rocking Horses,
160 acres o f fruit and timber land,
21 miles west from Central Point.
About 20 acres cleared, about 10 acres
in fruit. Two good quartz ledges on
the place. A large amount o f good
saw timber on place. A rare bargain
at $1200. Enquire o f L E. Van Vleit,
Central Point, Ore.
Smart Shirts for Knowing Men.
$ 1 .5 0 .
Yours for all these.
Medford’s Fashion Store for Men.
B A IN W A G O N S . BUGGIES. H A C K S ,
IN ST E E L and R U B B E R TIR E S
Harness. Saddles. Robes dnd Whips. Gasoline
Engines. Pumps, Bicycles and Incubators
W e carry one o f the largest stocks in Jackson County
C E N T R A L P O IN T , OR.
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