Central Point herald. (Central Point, Or.) 1906-1917, November 18, 1909, Image 4

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    CENTRAL POINT HERALD
are producing the “ Private Secretary”
will hold their dress rehersal. During
the past week the young people have
been working overtime, and now every­
thing is in readiness for their appear­
ance tumorrow night. The seat sale
has been exceptionally good and every
thing promises to be an absolute suc­
cess. If you have not already secured
your tickets, you had better get busy,
as the best ones are now practically
all sold.
The Ladies’ Missionery Society wifi
meet next Wednesday, Nov. ilth , at
the residence o f Mrs J. W. Merritt.
Local and Personal
Dr. E. Mavis Jcntiit, over Hatfield’ s
store.
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A. W. Moon went to Portland Satur­
day njtfht on a business trip.
Eiwood’ s for stationery.
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Peter Sampson was in town from
Elk c.xUv yesterday on land business.
Eiwood’ s for drugs and druggist sun­
dries.
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THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 18. 190?.
anksgiving Sale
Wanted
Th
—
TABLE LINEN, NAPKINS, SETS,
TOWELS,
ETC.
A very large line at Powerful Saving Prices
Good timber land in a
Here is a Linen sale that should interest every woman that has a home. No matter how
Jas. P. Hargadone, a Portland timber
body, up to 5000 acres.
man, was in town during the week on
much table linen you may have, you can find room for another cloth, especially when we
business.
N o t over $1.00 p e r
tell you that not again for years will table linen be so low. The tariff will increase and
Bert C. Mayer, the photographer,
John Whynot, a former resident of wishes to announce that his gallery will
thousand.
keep up the prices. We bought double what we actually needed because we knew that
t \is eity, was here for a few days dur­ be open next Thursday, Nov. 25th.
prices would be higher and we wanted to protect our customers. At this sale we have re­
ing the week from Salem.
A Thanksgiving sermon will be de­
duced the prices on top of our savings and can offer you the best linen bargains ever shown
Misses Mary Olsson, Pearl Ross and livered it the Christian church Sunday-
in Medford. You should see these in justice to yourself.
Josephine Houston were Medford visi­ morning by the pastor. Regular ser­
tors last Saturday.
vices in the evening. All are invited.
TABLE
DAM ASKS
NAPKINS, ETC.
Jim Grieve and Jim Cornutt were
Don’ t forget the big home talent
a
yard
for
58-inch
bleached
Table
See
50c for one dozen finished Napkins
at Medford last Saturday afternoon. show at the opera house tomorrow
damask, worth 30c
That was sure a hard pair for the Med­ i night. The Private Secretary is one
98c for fine $1.25 Mercerized Napkins
a yard for 58-inch bleached and cream
ford police to look after.
j o f the most popular plays o f the time
damask, former price 50c
$1.19 for Napkins worth $1.50
Dolph C. Kerr, representing the and the people who will produce it here
a yard for 70 and 72-inch bleached
Fischer Flouring Mills, o f Silverton, j are all born for the part they_take.
$1.89
for Napkins worth $2.50
linen and union damask, worth 75c
Oregon, was in town one day last week The benefit is for the Central Point
FOR A SQUARE D E A L
visiting with !«s old time friend D. E. i f,ami a m,jst worthy organization.
$2.39 for Napkins worth $3.00 and up to
a yard for 70 and 72-inch bleached
Blackburn, the Southern Pacific agent
and cream damask, worth 85c
Recent frosty mornings were some­
$0.00 Napkins for $4.89
at this place.
thing o f an innovation for this season
a yard for 70 and 72-inch bleach^!
F'oit S ai .E —Good Jersey cow, to be In the Rogue River valley, 28 degrees
All table sets, cloths and fine hemstitched
half bleached table damask, all pufe
fresh within .’¡0 days. Enquire o f Mrs.
linen sets to go during this sale at great
Nancy Obencbuin, First and Maple sts. above zero being unusual for Novem­
linen, former price $1.00
ber. Visitors from the east, fiowcver,
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reductions. You can also save money on
q Q c a yard for 72-ir.ch all pure linen
Regular services at the Methodist can hardly believe that such weather
towels, crashes, table padding, etc.
B A U G H M A N BROS.
P ropri.lora
uO
bleached damask, best $1.25 sellers
church next Sunday. Sermon a t l l A. is not 'a the regular order.
M. Epworth League at t>:30 P. M. and
M. J. Womack and associates are
Don’ t miss this opportunity to save money
Other prices up to $1.39 for $2.00 Linen
evangelistic service at 7:311. All are
getting work under way on the mining
New building, newly
on needed linens
invited.
damask
property recently bonded by them on
furnished, h o t a n d
Dr. and Mrs. Davis left Tuesday
the mountain west o f town. They are
cold water in every
morning for San F’rancisco and Oak­
gettirg some splendid prospects, which
land, where they will spend a week
room. In the heart of
may indicate that they have struck the
visiting friends. They expect to re­
the business center.
mother lode which has fed the old W il­
turn abi ut the 24th mst.
low Springs p ’ acers which proved so
Lewis & Sons bought a pig from J. rich to the early gold seekers.
C O R N E R OTTI A M ) D A V IS
Fennemore the other day that weighed
Walter Painter returned from Bel­
700 pounds. If they had let it grow up
OREGON
lingham, Washington, Friday, w h ere1 P O R T L A N D
to be a full sized hog it might have been . . .
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he has been employed in a shingle mill
entered at the next State l air in the , ______
for some time. Mr. Painter’ s friends
same class with Salem and Portland.
; were surprised to see him on the street
A Hairs Breadth Escape.
Christian Science services are held with two good feet under him, as a
Eslray Notice.
Do
you
know that every time you
every Sunday morning at 11:00 in the i report reached here and was published
There came to my place about Jan’y have a cough or cold and let it run on
lodge room, second lloor o f the G. A.R. a short time ago to the effect that he
1, 1909, a light roan heifer, about two thinking it will just cure itself you are
building. All are cordially invited to had lost a foot in an accident in the
years old. Marks, crop off right ear inviting pneumonia, consumption or |
attend these services. Subject for next mill As a matter o f fact, he met with and crop and ¡iWa||0w fork off left ear.
some other pulmonary trouble?
D on’ t
Sunday, “ Soul and Body.”
the accident all right and the foot was Branded TJ on leithip and C on right
risk it. Put your lungs back in perfect i
F'oii S alk or T rade —One “ New all but severed, the wound being so hip Owner please call, pay charges ; h;'alt'h anV StoP" tha 7 7 0Ug h with Bal-
Deal” 10 inch gang plow, one “ Canton serious that at first the surgeons in­ and take animal away.
|ards Horehound Syrup. Price 25c, 50c
Clipper” 12 inch gang plow, one Mc­ tended to amputate, but later they
S. K. March,
) and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Mary A.
Cormick mowing machine “ Big 1“ mod­ undertook to save the member and suc­
Central Point Mee.
el, one 10 foot McCormick rake. A llas ceeded. Mr. Painter was in the hos Mrs. Cooksey’ s place.
good as new. Flmiuire ol F’erguson &
pital but 14 days, and within six weeks
Murray.
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he is walking around without a cane.
Bert C. Mayer and Mrs. Mayer ar­
W anted — Salesman in Central Point
rived from Los Ange(es Sunday even-
and every city and town in Oregon,
Complete line of Dry Goods and
iig and will open their photograph gal­
Washington, Nevada and California to
lery as soon as the building being pre­
Shoes.
Furnishings tor Fall are
sell and demonstrate the H. & C. Auto­
pared for them is ready. Mr. Mayer
mobile Tire W a t e r . Inflates any tire
now
being
shown.
We carry an
was here for a while in September and
in two minutes without human energy
operated a tent gal’ery with splendid
extra strong line of Ready-to-
or aggravation. Attached to any auto­
patronage.
mobile without altering engine. Sells
Wear goods, furs, ladies’ and men’s
S. S. Aikin, of Prospect, bought two for $35.00. Salesmen make from *30 to
furnishings, etc.
We are special
fine lots in Block 30, opposite the school $75 per we*k, prefer owner o f automo­
agents for “ Centemen” gloves, the
grounds, Saturday, the consideration bile to represent us. Address M. G.
“ Henderson” corsets, “ Florsheim”
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being $225.00. C. S. Sanderson made Norris, 217 Henne building, Los Ange­
shoes, “ John Cross” women’s fine
the sa'e. Mr. Sanderson also made les, California.
the sale o f the M oore— Farra property
shoes.
Centrally located at 125
at Pine and Second to Win. A. Cowley.
East Main Street
19
29'
43
59'
73c
W. E. W H I T E S I D E
Hotel
Houston
The HUTCHASON Comp’y
i Medford, Oregon
Near the Postoffice
Van
I J y k e ’«
M ED FO R D
OREGON
OPERA H O U S E
Nov. 22-23-24
L ost — Between the Bniley ranch and
Agate, Thursday, Nov. 11th, a large
black leather hand bag, containing a
purse with money, papers and other
valuable articles. F’inder please notify
Susio E. Arnold, Ashland, Oregon, and
receive reward. Rhone 1317. 3ld32
Tonight the members o f the cast who
Consumption Statistics.
prove that a neglected cold or cough
puts the lungs in so bad a condition that
consumption germs find a fertile field
for fastening on one. Stop the cough
just as soon as it appears with Ballards
Horehound Syrup. Soothes the torn
and inllumed tissues and makes you
w vll again. Sold by Mary A. Mee.
Richard Darling Stock Co.
IN
HIGH GLASS
REPERTOIRE
Monday— “ The Country Girl,” a four-act Rural
Drama
Tuesday— “ Across the Blue Ridge,”
Comedy-Drama
a
Comedy-
V a n D y k e ’s
four-act Western
Wednesday— “ A Soldier’s Sweetheart,” a four-act Comedy-
Drama
B.
J.
M ED FORD
A Y D L O T T
Cement Worker
Sidewalks, Foundations, Basements and Buildings con­
structed in first class manner. Cement will outlast
any other Building Material.
The Cement Age is on.
Don’ t lie behind the times. Remember I am here t o
Slay, and 1 Guarantee every part o f my work : : -
SPECIALTIES BETWEEN ACTS
Wood Saw.
ADULTS, 35C
Sick Headache
This distressing disease results from
Having purchased the wood saw out­
fit o f Chas. Painter I am prepared to a disordered condition o f the stomach
do first class work. Call on
and can be cured by taking Chamber­
26d33
W. J. Albert.
lains Stomach and Liver Tablets. Get
Admissions
Cement For Sale
N O T IN T H E COMBINE
OREGON
CHILDREN 25G
a free sample at Mary A.
Eiwood’ s for postal cards.
READ
READ
TH IS
M ee’ s drug
25tf| [ store and try it.
TH IS
T he largest and best line o f U n derw ear ever show n b etw een
Plenty of Wool shirts,
Gloves
and
for Everybody
Mittens
Portland and San Francisco, including m any lines
of
U nion
Suit,
Overcoat
and Cravenette stock
is rapidly diminishing
Suits
Good heavy Cotton rib Union, extra good values, sold
Cooper’s natural wool spring needle, grade de luxe, ¡$4
”
everywhere for $1.50, our price $1.25
Good ribbed wool. Cooper make Spring needle. Union
suits, ¡*2.50
[MEDFORD’S LEADING CLOTHING HOUSE]
Our
THE
finest
"
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“
“
Silk and wool, heavy, Union suits,
Fine line Boys’ Union suits, wool, fine value,
“
5
You’d
better
hurry
Price $10 to $40
5
81.25
TOGGERY
[OF
COURSE!