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CENTRAL POINT HERALD, TH URSDAY, DECEMBER 20, iy06,
Cdught the Wrong Wan.
A s t o r y comes from just over the
S ta te line in Oregon which, as near as
we can report, is something as follows:
A woman who suspected that her
h u sb a n d was altogether too familiar
with the rosy-cheeked, buxom hired
girl resolved to detect him in the act,
mnd one evening, seeing him pass
quietly into the kitchen, the jeal .us
d a m e took a few matches in her hand,
threw a shawl over her head, as the
servant often did, and went around the
house and entered the back door. Im
mediately she was seized in the dark
ness and violently embraced and sa
luted with ardent kisses. She allowed
the thing to go on until she thought j
the psychological moment for unmask
ing the villian had arrived, and, tearing !
herself from the encircling arms, struck
a match and was horrified to find her
self face to face with the hired man.—
•«• m - h - s , :- h - ¡ - h - w
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that we can help yîîï*
in the selection o f that
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pE JO LV E D
THAT\WE s THOULD QU/T W e :
S i l l y p r a c t ic e c t g iv in q i m h l z x
, PRESENTS AND GIVE OUR FfflENDS
$ SOMETHIN'S THEY CAN U 5 £ >
It wil pay you to give
us a chance to
D M A N Y N IC E USffULTHlNGS
NECK WEAK AND THE LIKE- WE
h a v e all t h e T h in g 5 yoo
V/EAR-T 4 BUSTER
Fansher & Fansher,
R oss B uildin g, L o w e r P in e Street,
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-1
tracted Muscles and all the ills that
flesh is heir to. A. G. M. Williams, !
writes: “ 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.
Central Point, Oregon.
Central Point State Bank
jC » Y » itH T iiofc e» m i e v iT M w o w N co-
The public school building at Jack
sonville was destroyed by fire last
Thursday evening, the entire building
and contents being a total loss. The
fire was discovered by a boy, who re
ported the matter to County Superin
tendent Daily, who promptly turned in
a fire alarm. The fire laddies got to
the front in double quick time, but the
flames had so far progressed in their
work o f destruction that nothing could
be done towards saving either building
The loss, including building, furni
ture, library, piano, apparatus and
pupils’ books, is estimated at $15,000, !
$10,000 o f which (on the building) is !
covered by insurance.
The town hall, churches and other
available buildings in the town have
been placed at the disposal o f the board
and school was resumed in these tem
porary quarters Monday morning.
Some two years ago a frame school
building on the same site as the late
structure was destroyed by fire, of
supposed incendiary origin, but the
recent fire is supposed to have origi
nated from a defective furnace in the
basement o f the building.
S. M. N kai . on ,
Clean, seed rye.
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Your Patronage is Respectfully Solicited.
C en tral 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 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
Paying For It.
Might Have Known.
"H o started on the road exhibiting a
"D id It prove a drawing card?’’
"N o; It was a dead one.”
No Personal Knowledge.
“ Are the fish biting freely at the
"I don’ t know. None of them
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Central Point Assembly, No. 359»
United Artisans, which was organized
here recently by State Organizer Ely,
gave an open social session last Friday
evening after the regular lodge meet-
ing, at which a number o f visitors were
present. The new lodge is starting off
with an encouraging membership and
shows promise o f rapid growth in the
From December 25th to January 1st,
we will dispose of our large stock of
HOLIDAY GOODS AT
50 per cent
1-2 I ’r ic e
This will include Toilet
Yes, we carry them and the celebrated
Articles, Leather Goods,
and other left over articles.
A G r a n d C le a r a n c e S a le .
This is an opportunity you can’ t afford to let pass.
Buy yourself a nice New Year’sresent.
T h e M e d fo r d B o o k S tore, |
H r ic lc L ilo c lc ,
M e d fo r d ,
and see our assortment and get prices.
W eeks & Baker, the popular fum i-
ture dealers o f Medford, have an en-
arged ad, with chang o f copy, in this
issue. This firm handles the best class
o f goods, and their prices are absolutely '
right to the buyer. They believe in j
newspaper advertising in connection
with their businees because it brings
results, and the H e r a l d takes pleasure
in commending them to the buying
public in Central Point and vicinity.
that we carry, and have yet to arrive, a
large assortment of L IS K ’S IMPERI
best goods on earth.
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HINTS TO THE LADIES.
When you're buying Xma3 presents,
And your ideas have run dry.
No use in getting dismal
And sitting down to cry.
W . C. Leever,
C e n t r a l P o in t, O r e g o n
$ -M '-I-I-M -I-l-M -K -H -l-l'-l-l-H -l-H -H -r 4— !-!-!-;-l-l-l-l-l-:-!-l-l-l-l-H -H -+ < -l-+
If you’ ll call around to “ The T og gery”
Your heart will grow cheery and light,
Your burden will roll off o f you
Before you g o home that night.
E uropean Elan
You have layed awake nights fretting.
Gone without sleep and grown thin—
Wondering, thinking and planning
What on earth to get for “ H im .”
W e « t 7 tl i ' Sr.*
If you'll buy him one o f our house-coats
It will tickle him half to death;
He will put it on and look so fine
It will make you hold your breath.
Then a man never has enough neckties.
But w e’ ll give you a pointer I think—
If he’ s dying to have a dark-red one
D on't get him a sky-blue pink.
W e know he would like a new suitcase,
And jo y to his heart it would bring;
You know he grumbles each time he
Lugging “ that old battered thing!”
50 per cent
Box Paper, Steam Engines, Magic Lanterns, Toys
M o o r e ’«
E in e S n m p le R o o m s
The H om e o f C om m er
c ia l a n d A lin in g A le n
¡HOLIDAY GOODS LESSTHAil C0ST.|
“ Slippers are such an old chestnut.
And books and pipes such a bore!”
But, bless your heart, what a man
Patrons will find a first-class cutter always at the block.
HOTEL NASH CO., PROPS.
You can find at “ The T og gery” store.
L O O K
«■3T.V r»:.vngt«3_v £SB23
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,
Overlooked the Rest.
Surmac, Tenn., says that he gave one
‘T h a t cab driver ia no mind reader.”
o f his children W hite's Cream Vermi
“ N o?”
fuge when the doctor thought it had
“ lie thought $5 was all the money I
colic, and from the first dose the child had.”
“ IIow do you know ?”
passed 73 worms. Sold by Central
•That was all he charged me.”
1 D IRECTOR S— J. W. Merritt, President; W. C. Leever, Vice-President; T. M.
Witten, Cashier; I. C. Robnett, W. J. Freeman.
Sum m er’ s gone, and with a sigh
B ack w e to the office turn,
Leaving: field and wood and sky
W hore the autum n signals burn.
And those till mk « w e’ ll not fo rg e t;
T hey will harass us like sin;
W e 'll rem em ber with regret
W hen the sum m er bills com e in.
A little crookedness Is a dangerous
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANK ING BUSINESS
L. H A TF1FLD .
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People who are comfortably misera
ble keep their friends from mental
Central Point, ‘Ore.
J OY THE V E R Y W O R D
’ T I -5 A T C H R I - 5 T M A J T I M E T H A T W E
T U R N F R O M . 5ELFI. SHNE. S. S A N D T R Y T o M A K E
A N D H O W THIJBRING-S H A P -
PINE. 5. S U N T O OUR. . SELVE. S.
W H A T «SHALL T HE
T HI NG S — U S E F U L
MEN L I K E
T o GET N E C K T I E S , . SILK
. S U. S PENDER. S , NI CE HO. SE,
CUFF B U T T O N S — THI NGS T o W E A R .
C A N ’ T Y O U FI ND S O M E T H I N G IN T H I S L I S T Y O U
T H I N K W O U L D M A K E A NI CE P R E S E N T F O R A
N E C K T I E S F O R 5 0 C E N T S A N D 75 C E N T S :
S I L K S U S P E N D E R S F O R 5 0 C E N T S A N D $1 . 0 0 ;
SILK HANDKERCHIEFS, 5 0
CENTS AND $ 1 . 0 0 :
NI CE H O S E F O R 25 C E N T S A N D 3 5 C E N T S .
A N D LITTLE MEN?
W H A T WOULD
P L E A S E A L I T T L E M A N T H A N A NI CE S U I T OF
CLOTHES— COST FROM $ 2 . 5 0 To $ 5 . 0 0 ?
W E S H A L L G L A D L Y HELP Y O U T o M A K E O T H
School House Destroyed.
Do get him a swell new umbrella.
W e're in now for rain and slop.
The last one he had, please remember.
Was swiped at the barber shop.
There’ s just heaps o f things you can
Will suit him right down to the ground,
Please don't forget that "T h e T oggery”
Is the place where they can be found.
T o g g e r y ,”
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M edford’s Fashion Store for Men.
DINING ROOM UNSURPASSED.
REFURNISH ED THROUGHOUT
F re e m a n & W ile y
J W e carry- a full line o f
BAI N W AGONS. BUGGIES. HACKS.
IN STEEL and RUBBER TIRES
C A L L AND
Engines. Pumps. Bicycles and Incubators
; ; W e carry one o f the largest stocks in Jackson County
CENTRAL POINT. OR.
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