Central Point herald. (Central Point, Or.) 1906-1917, July 29, 1909, Image 4

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    C E N TR A L
Local and Personal
15he
PACIFIC
MONTHLY
P O IN T
H F .R A L D ,
1 he fis.iway at this dam has been the
source of much trouble and expense to
the state for the past few years owing
i to the illegal fishing that has been done
! there since seining lias been permitted
( in Josephine county, and it was not un-
' til the appointment of H. A. McAllis­
ter as Master Fish Warden, that there
was any attention paid to it. It is to
hoped that the new fishway will stop
this trouble.
T H U R SD A Y ,
J U L Y 29. IDCK).
BIG 13 CENT SALE
FOR
A (food piano cheap for
cash. Enquire at this office.
lltf.
Mrs. J. H. Grove of Gold Ray was in
P O R T LA N D i O REGO N
town Saturday
Chaimas Gilmore was at Medford
f The Leading Magazine '
Tuesday afternoon.
of Che West
Mrs Baker, of Ashland is visiting
Beautifully Illustrated —Timely
Mrs L. L Love this week.
A rticles — Readable Stories.
F
H
— Goodatout work team and
! Read Jack London’s Vivid nnd J
A Golden Wedding.
Interesting Story Now Running
harness*. Inquire at Photo tent. 17dl8
Our entire stock of wool dress goods and silks-n o matter what the former price
means
that
a man and wife have lved
Serially. Arncles eask month
Mrs. Drake and two daug htersof
to a good old age aud consequently have
describing the resources end
every third yard for 13 cents per yard
Meadows precinct were shopping in our
opportunities to be found
kept healthy. The best way to keep
city Monday.
in the West.
healthy is to see that your liver does
K . U A s Seats! C IsM b e O ttr
its duty 365 days out of 365. The only
J. B. Welch, the well known lumber­
All ladies’ waists up to $3,
u tU a lo s ». U
s is ) U
All wash goods up to 35c to
■ss s i s l S i M u u e s e
way to do this is to keep Ballards Her-
man, of Asbestos was in our city Mon­
■k.Wl#MMS»crbns
this sale $1.13
close
at
this
sale
at
13c
yd.
bine
in
the
huuse
and
take
it
whenever
day.
your liver gets iractive. 50c per bottle.
Merrit Brown, one of Eagle Points
Sold by Mary A. Mee.
20e towels this sale 13c
$2 muslin underwear $1.13
best known merchants was in town
THE PACIFIC MONTHLY
first of the week.
20c
children's
hosiery
this
Muslin, cambric petticoats,
P o rtls a d . O r s s o n
u ssi Eaclossd Is 2Sc (os which rsu
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Boswell have re­ C setln ••nd
sale
13c
drawers
etc. $2 now $1.13
mm U
U lt uumh«r*
your
Table Rockets.
turned from Butte Falls, where they iu « |u io « .
have been camping for several weeks. N a m e
■< - — — ■' —
Elmer and Floyd Kyle 'eft Sunday A J d r e e » ------------------------------— ——— -— *- - -
(Crowded out of last issue)
evening for. Le anon Oregon, where --------------- -----------------------------------I _____ I An important transactions in real
Ladies’ $25 and $30 suits for 13c. Does this sound unreasonable? It is true
they will visit with friends and re­ M. M Clark and C. S. Sanderson j estate took place here last week.
Three ladies club together and buy three suits. The third one gets hers for
latives for a couple of weeks.
Mr. E. 0 Bis«« was contracted f >r by
13c no matter what the former selling price has been.
were
at
Jacksonvi'le
Tuesday.
Jacob Jones left Monday evening for Coroner A. E Kellogg, of Gold Hill, Mr. Daggett who recently purchased
the Will Stewart orchard. The consider­
an extended trip through Minnesota
ation $7250. and possession to be given
and other northern states.i During his was in town Saturday afternoon.
absence of three months he will visit Mrs. F. W. Maple was at Portland Sept. 1st.
his old home at Crystal Lake, Minn. during the forepart of this week.
A Chinaman in the employ of B. Con­
THE
CO
Paul Demmer and Miss Opal Hearing W, E. Whiteside and M. Elwood ner is wrestling with an attack of the
grip "all same as miLcan man"
of Medford were married in that city drove to Medford Monday
•0 afternoon.
13 per cent off on all
All children’s dresses
Glenn May has been seriously ill but
last Wednesday. Demmer won local Don’t forget the entertainment
by
fame by driving the winning antomobi e Prof. Knox at the opera house to-night. Is now reported to be improveing.
SUCCKfeMORS TO
suits
one-half price
in tttie auto races at Medford July 4th.
Dr. Anderson was out here Monday
J.
F.
Hopkins
is
at
Seattle
and
other
visiting
his
patients
who
are
all
im­
Bring your horses to Frank Hawk,
proveing including Mr. Arnold Bailey
He guarantees to stop interfering and northern points on a business visit.
Medford
Oregon
forging. Crippled feet aspecially. tttf. Sheriff Jones and R. B. Dow, of who was so badly is better in the re­
Henry Clock Who has been gore from Jacksonville, were in town Tuesday cent mix up wilh W. J. Scott.
Religion«; services will be conducted
here seventeen years came in the first morning.
of the week, he was renewing acquaint­ Mrs. Emil Brophy, of Ashland, visit­ at the School house next Sunday at 11
ances with old time friends, and sees ed with her mother, Mrs. Pleasants, of o’clock by Rev. M. C. Davis «nd A. C.
Howlett and on the river bank at 2 in
great changes in our valley since leav­ this city Sunday.
the afternoon when the ordinance of
ing here.
proprietor of the Hotel baptism by immerson will be adminis­
The Welch Lumber Co., who at one T. H. or Moore,
Medford, spent a few hours tered.
time conducted a lumber yard in this Moore
City, have installed a planing mill out in town Thursday evening of,last week.
near the city well, and are now turn­ A. E. Stevens, of the Kanes creek
Notice o f Sale o f Water Bonds
ing out an nxcellent quality of dressed district, left Sunday evening for Mis­
soula, Mont., where he will try his luck
lumber.
$ 2 5 ,0 0 0
Central Point, Oregon
FIN EST CANDIES
Prof. P. J. 0 ’Gara, the government at Uncle Sam’s land lottery.
Bridane
Sandtrson,
catcher
for
the
fruit expert, has been culled to Wash­
ICE COLD SODAS* CREAMS AND ICES
The Common Council of Central Point,
ington upon gome business connected Central Point champions, held down Oregon,
receive sealed bids up to
with his department. He expects to short for Grants Pass at Hilt Sunday. 6 o’clock will
Short order meals and lunches. Table board by
P. M. August 2, 1909, for the
They telephoned Manager Grieve for a
return to the Rogue river valley about good
sale
of
$25,000.00
6
per
cent
30
years
day or week. Our place is neat and clean, our
player
but
Sandy
was
the
only
one
Sept. 1st.
water bonds. Bids to be accompanied
at liberty and--------
service prompt and courteous, our prices are
Will Mueller and L. F. Gregory, of Christian Science services are held by a certified check equal to 5 per cent
reasonable.
Give us a trial.
Medford, were in town Tuesday. Mr. every Sunday morning in the G. A. R. of the amount hid for The right to
Mueller is engaged extensively in bee Hall, opera house building, at 11:00 reject any and all bids is reserved.
Geo. Ross Bldg.
Corner First and Pine Sts.
Bids will be received for any part of Pacific Radio Wireless Tele­
culture and his business in this city was o’clock.
are invited to attend these said
to dispose of some of his product to the services. All Subject
bond
issue.
for Sunday; Aug., Bonds to be delivered to buyer in phone stock is now selling
local merchants.
1st "Love”
of $5,000, or multiples thereof, at $5.00 per share
Get in
Mark Welch drove his White Steamer Jack Ross has installed a new soad sums
and payments therefor to include se­ on this while it is cheap.
over the Siskiyou mountains last week, fountain,
along with other new fixtures cured interest to date of delivery.
going as far south as Hilt. On his re­ his candy
shop and soft drink empo­ Right reserved to sell any portion of Call for Literature
turn trip he was less than two hours in
rium,
and
now
has as neat appearing said bonds to local purchasers on same
making the trip from Coles, Calif., to place as you would
care'to see.
terms as accepted bid.
TmrmMBsrivern
Ashland. He rdporte some very bad
The brick work on the Rostel build
roads in that section.
STATEMENT.
ing is now completed and the carpent­ Denominations, $250.00.
W. E. W H I T E S I D E
A fire alarm was turned in yesterday ers
have begun their work.
afternoon, about 1:30 on account Of a
Date of bonds August 1, 1909.
FOR A SQUARK DKAL
blaze on the roof of Mrs. Mann’s re­ An electric incubator for hatching Bonds mature August 1, 1939.
sidence in the northern part of town. ostrich eggs is one of the features of Bonds not optional before maturity.
At the Old Stand,
Citizens soon had the b aze extinguish­ the California building at tha Seatt'e Interest and principal payable at op­
Second and Pine Sts.
ed and the only damage done was from World’s Fair. It is a recent invention. tion of holder semi-annually.
tearing the roof off in order to get at Dr. E. Davis, dentist, is now perma Bonds issued pursuant to the people
Central Point, Ore.
the fire.
8, 1909.
nently located in Central Point. Office March
to be addressed to Thos. M.
J. M. Samuels, of Agate, who owns over Hatfield’s store.
49tf Bids City
Recorder.
the stallion Dewey, is maxing prepara­ For the first time in the history of Jones,
Proprietor.
I
tions to hold a colt show in this city Expositions the government has estab­ Certified check payable to the Town BAU GH M AN BROS.
Saturday, August 14th, at 1 P. M., and lished an assay office at the A.-Y. P. of Central Point, Oregon.
No litigation pending this issue.
at that time will have on exhibition a Exposition in the Treasury section of The
New building, newly
town has never defaulted in the
number of fine colts from this horse. the
I ¥
.
.
?
furnished, h o t an d
Government pudding. Gold is re- payment of either interest or principal;
A premium will be given to the finest cieved
W. D. Lewis & Sons, Proprietors
IÇ
cold
water
in
every
nnd
assayed
and
paid
for
right
has
no
bonded
or
other
indebtedness.
colt shown. Those who admire a fine on the grounds.
room. In the heart of
FINANCIAL STATEMENT.
speciman of horse should not overlook
the business center.
this affair.
Assessed valuation 1908, $285,117.00.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Columbia
Real valuation (estimated) $756,301.00
Again In The Limelight.
Toni Ross received a badly sprained
Tax rate 8 mills.
Brand Kams, Bacon and Lard, Bolognas,
ankle as the result of his wagon getting
CORNER
6T
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A
N
D
DA
VIS
1900 400.
3;
Boiled Ham, Cottage Shoulders and other
away from him on a steep grade out on The Sanderson Boosey controversy Population
Present population (estimated on PORTLAND OREGON i
specialties
-|-
Lanes creek on Monday of this week. was again in the hands of the court of school
1200.
He was engaged in haudng lumber and ficials 'ast week, when W. J. Boosey The sensus)
proceeds
of
the
sale
of
these
while going down nne'of the innumera­ was arrested for contempt of court for
wild be used directly in installing
ble steep grades in that locality the failing to obey a mandate of the su bonds
water system.
brake on his wagon gave way and the preme court. Boosey was taken to an I up-to-date
certify that the above state­
heavy load plunged down the hill, Jacksonvi le but furnished bail to the ment hereby
to the best of my know­
throwing him out and badly bruising amount of $1000, with Messrs. Har ledge is and true
Choicest cuts of Beef,
belief.
baugh
and
Knowles
as
sureties.
Boos
him. The physicians do not think that
Pork, Mutton and Veal
THOS.
M.
JONES.
ey’s
trial
will
come
up
in
the
Septem­
any bonne are broken but from the se­
Recorder of the Town of Central Point,
vere nature of the sprain he will he ber term of court.
When this case was carried into the Oregon.
confined to his room for some time.
supreme
court Boosey lost and the Dated at Central Point, Oregon,
The ball game between Grants Pass court ordered
him tj vacate the strip July 12, 1909.
and Hilt,'at Hi t, last Sunday, resulted of land over which the trouble arose.
in a IV inning game with a score of 5-3 This Boosey hus refused to do and as a
J.
in favor of the hoys from Josehpine result he has been held for contempt of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Main
Street,
Central
Point
county. Hr!,lane Sanderson played with court.
Diarrhoea Remedy the
• * 1 ■ i i t l i i “ !*",*
the Pass, holding down short and from
best and Surest.
the report that we get of the game we
"It
affords
me
pleasure
to
state
that!
Poison Oak Poisoning
are led to heluive that Sandy was there
I consider the preparation known as Beautiful Shetland Ponies, handsome
with hells all of the time. Two apee - 1 Ballards Snow Liniment cures it. Mr. Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diar-1 Carte, gold watches, diamond rings
tacular doubles were credited to him as ! O. P. II. Cornelius, Turner. Oregon hoea Remedy the
and surest of j and other valuable presents given
well as being responsible for two runs writes My wife has discovered that good results of any I best
ever used in
in the 12th by a little clever head work ; Snow Liniment cures poison oak poison­ my family.” says P E. have
To Bojr* and Girl* Who Win In Our
of
Come in and get our prices on the following goods:
"Who’da thunk it?"
\ VI > C A S T C O M l i M ’
ing a very qainful trouble She not on­ Mount Aerial. Ky. This Herrington,
univer­ Open 1*4 to * N all > Boy®
Bread knives, kitchen knives, dippers, cups, spoons,
Messrs. Harding and Mayer, two re- ly cured it cn herself but on two of her sal verdict of all who use is this the remedy.
and Girl*. Co*U nothin»» to
cake turners, potato mashers, egg beaters, mixing
enter.
Grt enroll«! at once. Hundred* of
cent arrivals from Los Angeles, have friends who were poisoned by this same Its cures are so prompt and effectual dollar®
worth of p ri«« and caah boridaa
spoons, nickel plated cuspidors, vegetable dishes,
o pernal a photographic gallery in a tent ivy. Price 25c, 50c and $1.00,
that peod e take pleasure in re RV KIM C O N TE STA N T I S P VI!» C .I* II
bowels, oyster bowls, covered dishes, nappies, din­
opposite the opera house, where they Sold by Mary A. Mee,
| commending it.
whether he win* a rmnd prise or not
ner sets from 44 to 112 pieces, toilet sets, soup sets,
are now p epared to serve the public
cook ware, china mugs, custards, creamers, cups and
Write ua today for full i*articulars before it
with anything in their line. These gen­ RebullJing lish ’Ady on Ament Dam. : Sold by Mary A. Mee.
saucers, meat dishes, knives and forks, granite and
i* U lute
tlemen expect to become permanent re­
tinware and a fine line of groceries
NOTICE
.
sidents of our city and have leased the
r>f the Ir»wM*r I
J OlBc* at Ro*»--
Stewart residen«,- on Oak street and Under the supervision of Deputy fish rVt’Hrtnvrt
HUMAN
lift
PUBLISH*«
GO..
bumr. Orejron. July 14 1009.
'«• iit-rvby »riven that J.»hn N. Hay«*« of
have moved their familias into the same warden Clanton, a f o r c e of workmen Ce Noti
ntr»! P i t l n 'I W '!. h«'. - r <>ct. 14. V V t »***»•'
-,2 S A T I . A V T I C
n ú -T O N
Mrs. Harding has been in this section were put to work la-’ week rebuilding of Horn.-to*!
Knirv No. 1211? IS. R atWM for NW
■>’. T.uvrwhi »G Se uth. Hamrv 2
fur the past three months and becom­ the fishway at the Ament dam across w « N t . W W - S.vtiou
lian * tu* Mentiva, h - «ht* m» tira of in-
U Km'-Y*T.r Proof- torn-
ing very enthusiastic over the climate Rogue river mar Giants Pass. The '•ntî.r, h to. tiln ns*k< tut!'* V lai*1
».N*-» «|»*rrtt«d. bifore
and business prospects, induced her new fishway will a . foot channel cut t.iMi
A4' H. lai non. l T S. f\»ir.rnisi»i.in«*r. at Mrdfonb
Trespass noti«: as. printed on fk>th
g un. on eh* 1st day of i^pt .
Husband and hia associate to dispose of around the south s id e of the dam and Or- Claimant
i a nw as witii«o.«t. Al Chitrnoen.
for
sale at this office. ¡0 cents per
will
lie
finished
with
cement.
It
will
Mr*,
!
ChiteTMirn.
Harry
Hay«**,
i>*lemun
Hay®*,
their California interests and come here
tf
all of Contrai Point Ortgun. B JOIIN L. E
. dozen.
take
about
two
months
to
complete
it.
Sat Mar.
to i cable.
sale
or
The Hutchason Company, Medford
Saturday
Monday
Tuesday
ir e
13 Cent Sale
Saturday
Monday
Tuesday
um
HUTCHASON
B aker-H utchason,
CRYSTAL
Wireless THE O. 13. NASH,
PROP.
Telephone
Stock
Hot Peanuts,
Fresti <± Sw eet
Cigars, Tobaccos, Confectioneries
Hotel Houston
G. S. Moore,
_ Central Point Meat Market I
PONIES and CARTS
| EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR TIIE |
f ASHLAND CREAMERY RUTTER ?
! Central Point Meat Market I
GIVEN AWAY
...........t
A GROWING BUSINESS
hi
fo r p u b l ic a t io n
A. P. G1LLETT & SON j
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