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About Central Point herald. (Central Point, Or.) 1906-1917 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 2, 1909)
CENTRAL POINT HERALD. THURSDAY DECEMBER 2. 1S09.
MEDFORD FURNITURE GOMP’Y
THE ONLY COMPLETE HOUSE FURN
ISHING ESTABLISHMENT IN S. ORE.
“T he Store of Satisfaction”
We are now prepared to furnish your home from
cellar to garret- Stoves, Ranges, Gxaniteware,
China, Tinware. Washing machines, Lawn mow
ers, Carden tools. Furniture, Carpets, Wall pa
Since the tendency of Holiday Gifts has turned toward
In fact anything you may ask for,
kept in a first-class up-to-date house furnishing
FREIGHT PAID TO ALL
the useful as well as ornamental we direct your
tion to our great display of
POINT5 IN .SOUTH ORE.
M e n ’s F u rn ish in gs
MEDFORD FURNITURE GOMP’Y
C om plpete
— -A n d .U n d e r t a k e r s —
Believing them to be the most desirable remembrance to give both men and young men.
Men in ail walks of
life take pride in their personal appearances and any gift which can contribute to their comfort and vanity is appropriate.
1 in favor of
C en tr a l P oint H er a ld Central
Point. In this issue the |
ratio is 1 1-2 to 1 in favor of Med
ford. After a few months Cen-1
Point ads begun to drop out.
An iadependent local newspaper
Neckwear for the holidays, in
Gloves for street and evening
“ We have eaught a sucker,”
devoted to the interests of Central
Shirts that are pleasing toTgood
imported silks, all rich in de
wear. Also auto and driving gloves
Point and the R.igue River Valley.
dressers, styles that appeal to all in
Published Every Thursday.
signs and colorings
All the wanted styles and all are
invested in a plant, now let him
negligees and stiff bosoms
Subscription price, $1.50 per year, In I hustle. ” That’s where the knock- j
ers were mistaken. The pub
Cntered ius Second-class Matter. May 4, lisher was not a sucker.
loot), at the Post Office at Central Point, prospered here because a half
Oregon, under the Act of. Congress of dozen home business people, who
March :t. is7t>._________ j were here when the Herald start-1
all the live ones
in kept on file at the llAKH A d - I
I HIS PAPI K teKT.siNi: a .. kncy ia.- t27 c o m e here since and an increasing
South Main Street, law AneeleM. and 779 Market |
stn.c.tvan. i.,-... where...ntmeta for ad*er- numijer. 0f Bedford merchants
Hats that will become any mans
have learned tolook on the Herald
head; hats that will wear and give
Umbrellas characteristic o f
Hosiery in both fancy and
> > as a first rate advertising medium |
satisfaction; all shapes and colors;
plain patterns, in all the newest
' and they plant their ads accord
soft and stiff
and fine covers
shades of cotton and lisle
ingly. It is the knockers who are
the suckers. They are the people |
WHO IS THE STICK!K?
who are losing money every week |
Every few days the Herald because they are permitting mer- j
chants from another town to skim
man hears of some knocker find
the cream off the Central Point |
ing fault with this paper because ■ j.ra(je antj ieaVe them the skimed j
advertisements are accepted from milk.
Medford merchants and because
Central Point is getting to be i
the publisher gives a portion of j something o f a town. The Herald!
ids trade to merchants of that man can ^ the difference be- j
town who patronize him. it is tween the time when he come
not the home merchants and | here and the present. The town I
business men who help to sup- i )ias doubled in population and ■
port the Herald vho are doing j business. Property has advanced
this knocking but it is the nar- ,¡0 0 to 400 |>er cent and has hardly !
row gague individuals adio with 1 started to go up; the streets'are
others encouraged the publisher j becoming quagmires because of
to establish the Herald, giving increased traffic and the Herald
assurance of hearty support at j is just "sassy” enough to claim j
that time Before the Herald j considerable credit for all these
was established everybody pro- ^ changes. But with all this growth |
You will find some very nice Christmas presents free,
fessed to want a newspaper, bul | a large amount o f trade is going!
worth from 75 cents to .$2.25.
See what you will
as soon as the publisher got his I away from home. It is being!
Sidewalks, Foundations, Basements and Buildings con
have to do. Buy $5.00 worth of groceries and get a picture
structed in first-class manner. Cement will outlast
and frame free, or buy $10.00 worth of tin, glass or granite
money invested in a plant some coppered by the merchants w h o1
any other Building Material.
The Cement A ge is on.
ware and get a water set worth $2.25 free. Buy $2.50 worth
quickly found excuses for with- support the Herald, and Medford
Don’ t be behind the times. Remember I am here to
of your choice o f goods and get a 75c water set free.
Stay, and I Guarantee every part o f my work : : -
drawing their support. Curious- gets the money. Now isn’ t that
offer is good until Dec. 26, 1909
ly enough no one has ever given a "smart stunt” on the part of;
Cement For Sale
the publisher any reason for | Central Point’s knocKer club?
blacklisting the Herald, so he is |
left to guess whether it is be
lliokt'd to Death
cause of a difference o f opinion
regarding the doctrine o f infant' ,H c,,mmon|y »*“> of baFies who die- of
the croup. How unnecessary this is.
Oregon's chief city is going ahead as
F or S a l e — N o . 1 Jersey cow, cheap.
damnation, t h e s o 11 io n o
,.(,¡1^ ever had
| never before in its history. Portland 28d36
problem relating to the age o f j having a cold or cough to start with
1} miles southwest ot Central Point.
Ann, the local option question, 1 Is you will atop the first »ympton* of
Elwood’ s for stationery.
or j u s t what
w h at it
P o ssib ly it
Ballards Horehound I i» prosperous and is eonstantly inereas-
it is. Possibly
is ' 1 the
0 <>vKh with Italians
bocauso. th e Herald and its p u b - Syrup ‘ bore is no danger whatever o f . ¡ng its wealth. Plan* to beautify the
croup. Sold by Mary A . Mec.
city by following a c o m p r e h e n si v e | ment will be put down, making the
lishor have always .stood for
scheme of city building are now receiv- streets o f the metropolis equal, if not
progress, have always boosted
superior, to any other city in the W est.
Central Point and have spent A distinguish'd pioneer of the sta tj ing • great deal of attention. Mayor At present Portland has a total of 60
was laid to rest during the past week. I Simon announces that during the com-
considerable time and money . . . . . .
., . ,
ing year !H) miles of hard surface pave- miles of hard surface pavements.
helping to put the little oid town as tht originator o f the famous I.am-
*‘on the map. " o r , perchance, it j bert cherry, and hia service* to advance j
K a ch of th e chief o r-
is because the Herald man has ,he horticniturvl interests of the state
I t n s of th e body is a
always been in the habit o f treat - 1 wcrc rory valuilh|°- ,le dieJ at thCl
Mink in the Ch ai n of
. 1 ,
1 advanced age of s:! years.
J Li f e . A chain is no
BUY YOUR TREE J OF A FIRM
.ng his family and Ins neighbors
s t r o n g e r than its
“ on the square.” has always paid
w e a k e s t l i n k , the body
THAT HA5 A RECORD FOR PUT
no st ro n g e r than its
his bills without protest and has
HcwOne Dot lor Sut cessfulh Treats
w e a k e s t or g an . I f th e r e is w e a k n e s s of s t o m a c h . l i v e r o r Fangs, th er e is a
TREES TRUE TO
kept out of jail. Some very
w e a k link in the chain o f life wh ich m a y snap at any t i m e . O f te n this so-c alled
“ w e a k n e s s ” is caused by l a c k of n u tr i ti o n , the re su lt of w e ak n e ss o r disease
sanctimonious people could not | " i n treating pnrumonia. says Dr. W .
NAME. AND TREES THAT WILL
o f the s to m a c h and o t h e r o rga ns of digestion and n u tr i ti o n . D is ea se s and
possibly stultify themselves by I J. Smith of Sander*, Ala., theonly rem
w e a k n e s s e s o f the s t o m a c h and its allied orga ns a r e cu re d b y th e use of D r .
WE INVITE INSPECT
patronizing a man with a record 1 edy 1 use for the 1 ings is Chamberlains
c u r e d , dise ases of o t h e r o rga ns which srem r e m o te fro m the s t o m a c h ba t w h ic h
1 Cough Remedy. While o f course I
b a s e th ei r origin in a diseased co n d it io n o f the s t o m a c h and
ION OF OUR .STOCK.
Other or gans of dig estion and n u tr i ti o n , are cu re d al so .
Before the Herald was estab-j would treat other symptona with differ
ent medicines, I h .ve used this remedy
T h e stro n g m a n h a s a a tro n é sto m a ch .
united o\ er.v business man in town many times in my mentía! practice and
T tik e t h e a b o v e r e c o m m e n d e d '' D i s c o r »
pledged hi > support to th e enter- have pet failep to find a ease where it
ery** a n d y o u m a y b a v a a s tr o n g a to m •
ach and a stro n g b o d y .
prise save one. The first month : has not controlled the trouble- 1 have
o f t h e paper S existence 2S Cen- Qw 1 it myself as has also my wife for
G i v f n A w a y . — D r. T i e r c e ' s C o m m o n S e n s e M e d i c a l A d v i s e r,
n ew re vised F d i ti o n , is s en t fr ee on re c e i p t o f s ta m ps to pay
trai P oin t a d s w i r e c a r r i « !, w ith c " " * h * * '” !
One and one-half miles northeast from Central Point.
e x p e n s e of mailing only
Send 21 o n e - c e n f s tam ps f or th e
, wil ing ami cheerfully recommend it n*
S. A. P attison . P ublisher .
50C AND UP
$1.25 AND UP
$1.00 TO $3.50
5000, IN 1912
$1.00 TO $7.00
25G TO $1.00
THE MODEL CLOTHING
23 5 Main Street
B. J. A Y D L O T T
NOT IN THE COMBINE
A t Dad’s Store
Farm Produce Taken in Exchange
Home grown trees on
Home grown roots.
J.F. HOPK.NS - J. S. BARNETT
from Mod foni. The ratio of
support in dollars as be. ween the
*Upori.ir to any other cough remedy to
my knowledge." Sold by Mary
h o o k in paner c o v e r s , o r M s ta m ps f o r th e cl o th -h o un d v o l
Add re ss D r. R . V . T ie r c e . B u ff al o, N . Y .