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C E N TR A L PO IN T HERALD, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1906,
Grand Masquerade Bull.
Posters will be issued from this office
tomorrow announcing what promises to
be the event of the season, the grand
masquerade ball, to be given by the
Central Point Dancing Club on New
Y e a r’s night. Prizes will be given to
the best sustained characters o f both
sexes. Masks for this occasion may
be procured at the Central Point Phar
macy. Watch for the posters.
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1 We are Sure
that we can help you
in the selection of that
Cough yourself into a fit o f spasms and
then wonder why you don’t get well.
I f you will only try a bottle o f Ballard’s
Horehound Syrup your cough will be a
thing o f the past. It is a positive cure
for Coughs, Influenza, Bronchitis and
all Plumonary diseases. One Dottle will
convince you—at youur druggist, 25c,
50c and $1.00. Sold by Central Point
T h a t t h e r e is h o b e t t e r „
T IM E TRAM /VEV-Y£ARS DAY T o
R E S o l v e to D r e s s a s w ell -
a s W£ CAN. LETVSQUIT j PWDIHG
THAT’S I I ! ! !
Officers of G. A. R.
It wil pay you to give
us a chance to
o u r m o n e y F o o l i s h l y and begiiv
-¿ w e a r i n g g o o d c l o t h e s - w e
CAN NEVER. EXPECT To SUCCEED
F WE W E A R OUT OF DAT £ OR.
5H A B B Y CLOTHES B E S ID E S WE
FEEL. BETTER IN GOOD O^lMc/VV
BUSTER- BROW n T
Fansher & Fansher,
A t the regular meetin • o f W. H.
Harris n Post, G. A. R., Dec. 15th, the
following comrades were elected to
serve the ensuing year:
S. M. Nealon, Commander; John
Wright, Senior Vice-Commander; M.
Vermillion, Junior Vice-Commander;
M erritt Elliott, Chaplain; H. J. Gard
ner, Quartermaster; A. J. Florey,
Surgeon; Geo. H. Perkins, Officer of
the Day; J. D. Pankey, Officer o f the
Guard; J. W. Hicks, Adjutant and
Delegate; P. A. Bender, Alternate.
Ross Building, Lower Pine Street,
Central Point, Oregon.
Central Point State Bank
jamiMiT t i tiiwiuiTL* «sc-**Cs
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Central Point Ore.
TRANSACTS A G EN E RAL B A N K IN G 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.
worth doing is worth doing well. I f
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
flesh is heir to. A. G. M. Williams,
Navasota, Texas, 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.
Your Patronage is Respectfully Solicited.
Y o U R good RESOLUTIONS WILL D o Y ou N o
GOOD UNLESS YOU C A R R Y THEM OUT, To
C A R R Y THEM OUT BEGIN NOW.
WILL STRENGTHEN Y o U R RESOLUTION.
COME IN AND GET PRICES ON SOME OF OUR
WE HAVE NOT THE TIME To
DESCRIBE THEM OR GIVE YOU PRICES HERE,
C e n tra l P o in t M a r k e t
L 13. L E W IS , P ro p rie to 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 o f the best to be had in
PO U LTRY.
Patrons will find a first-class cutter always at the block.
‘‘Ah, you sneer, but pray tell what
would you do?”
“ I f I bad the wings of a bird?”
"Yes, If you had the wings of a bird.”
“ I ’d fly too.”
"O f course you would.”
"Yes, I would. I ’d fly to the cook
with them the first thing."
“ You wouldn't guess It from looking
at that burglar that he went through
one of our leading colleges.”
"No, I wouldn’t. Did he take high
"No. lie only took some rare books
and a few gold pens, lie went through
It la his profession us a burglar.”
favorite tonic is White’s Cream Ver
mifuge, the cure for worms and alli
children’s diseases. It not only kills!
the worms, hut 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
Yes, we carry them and the celebrated
COLES H EATER
Henry E. Anktny, a well known
pioneer of Oregon and for years a resi
dent of this county, died at Portland
last Saturday morning at the age of
53 years after a long illness.
He was born in Virginia and came to
Oregon with his parents when six years
old. He engaged in mining aqd other
business enterprises in British Colum
bia, Idaho and Oregon and at one time
owned and operated the Stirling mine
in this county. He removed to Eugene
a few years ago.
He is survived by a widow and six
children—Mrs. J. S. Orth and Mrs. A.
H. Miller, o f Medford; Mrs. Frank
Krump, o f Jacksonville; Miss Gladys
Ankeny, o f Eugene; Mrs. Roscoe Cant
rell and Frank E. Ankeny, of Klamath
Clean, seed ry e .
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This will include Toilet Articles, Leather Goods,
Box Taper. Steam Engines, Magic I .an ter ns. Toys
and other left over articles.
1 A G r a n d Clearance Sale,
This is an opportunity you can’ t afford to lot pass.
Buy yourself a nice New Year’sresenL
The Medford Book Store, |
M o o r e ’«
B r ic k
B lo c k ,
W en t
7 t l i ‘ S t . ’
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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
A L AND
A NTI-RU ST
W A R E, the
best goods on earth.
W . C. Leever,
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When you're buying Xmas presents,
And your ideas have run dry.
No use in getting dismal
And sitting down to cry.
C e n t r a l P o in t , O r e g o n
I f you’ ll call around to “ The Toggery”
Your heart will grow cheery and light,
Your burden will roll off o f you
Before you go home that night.
You have layed awake nights fretting.
Gone without sleep and grown thin—
Wondering, thinking and planning
What on earth to get for “ Him .”
You can find at “ The T oggery” store.
From December 25th to January 1st,
HOLIDAY COODS AT
“ Slippers are such an old chestnut.
And books and pipes such a bore!”
But, bless your heart, what a man
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we will dispose o f our large stock o f
and see our assortment and get prices.
In making up the list o f improve
ments in Central Point during the past
year, which is printed in another col
umn of this impression, the following
new residences were overlooked: Mr.
Estes, $1000; Wm. Mayfield, $800; J.
W. Clark, $1000. There may be others
that we have overlooked, but if so it is
due to lack of acquaintance and failure
to secure the information from those
who are posted.
HINTS TO THE LADIES.
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50 per cent
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HOLIDAY GOODS LESSTHAIJ G03T. j
F. A. Hawk presented the
H erald office with a fine boquet of
Chrysanthemums Christmas morning
from her beautiful cillection of thobe
regal flowers. With the exception of
a few frosty nights last month these
plants have been outside the house ail
Winter and they are still a mass of
bloom and foliage. The Winter climate
o f the Rogue River Valley is unexcelled
and for that matter the all-the-year-
around climate is hard to beat.
Henry E. Ankeny.
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I f you’ ll buy him one o f our house-coat*
I t 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—
I f he's dying to have a dark-red one
Don’t get him a sky-blue pink.
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F re e m a n
W e know he would like a new suitcase.
And joy to his heart it would bring;
You know he grumbles each time he
Lugging “ that old battered thing!”
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 Toggery”
Is the place where they can be found.
T o g g e ry ,”
Medford’s Fashion Store for Men.
& W ile y
J W e carry a full line o f
B AIN WAGONS. BUGGIES. HACKS,
IN STEEL and RUBBER TIRES
C ALL AND
Harness. Saddles. Robes and Whips, Gasoline
Enqines. Pumps. Bicycles and Incubators
W e carry one o f the largest stocks in Jackson County
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