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About Central Point herald. (Central Point, Or.) 1906-1917 | View This Issue
The greatest Sale of Men’s Clothing, Hats, Furnishings, Etc.,
Ever held in Southern Oregon
The T. E. Daniels Store—known as “Daniels for Duds”
Clearing out all merchandise — every dollar’s worth in the
store to g o - C U TTIN G LOOSE FROM E V E R Y T H IN G -
going from top to bottom. Fine High Grade Suits, O ver
coats, Hats, Shirts, etc.
Your choice while they last. Be
sure and come. A chance to save money for you.
Sale Opens Saturday, March 17th
and continues daily until Stock is Sold.
The Daniels Store on the Comer
Look for the Big Signs
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l Ariatr Nnua JJtnns ]
Harry Banks, a stock man from Trail,
was in the neighborhood Tuesday. He
drove his cattle to the Nealon ranch at
Table Hock to feed.
W. W. Willits, of Persist, will drive
about 60 head of stock to feed near
Jacksonville, Friday. He reports snow
very deep at Persist and no hay avail-
aole in that neighborhood.
Hazel and Edna Messenger are tak
ing a course in stenography at the
Medford Commercial College.
is planning to form a class for piano
instruction at her home this summer,
but is prepared to take pupils now.
The Misses Cox, who are attending
school in Medford spent Saturday and
Sunday with iheir father at the Hotch
Ha:vey Richardson has had bad luck
witn his goats, having lost nearly fifty
percent of the kids on account o f the
E C. Hamilton has returned from a
trip to the Willamette valley.
The farmers of this section are anx
iously awaiting Spring weather, in or-
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• D. C. G R I M , P R O P
vent many from going across the waters,
but the crosa-country roads to the won
ders of the west will offer no barriers.
An effort is being made to induce every
teacher in the United States to come to
that meeting this summer, and incident
ally visit some ofOregon's scenic wond
In order that teachers in the East
be encouraged to come achool children
in this county have been asked to write
•r * * ♦ + * + * * * * + * ♦ * * * * ❖ * • !• ♦ + * * * to teachers in the East telling them of
this great educational meeting in Port
land, this summer. A form letter has
been prepared for the children’ s use
MMi i . n n n n u n
- • ■ but they are asked to use their own
Mrs. A. C. Mills, o f Santa Cruz, Cal., ideas if they wish. The form letter will
is visiting her daughter, Mrs. C. Law, be published in next week’s Herald.
for several weeks.
Mrs. Frank Thompkins was shopping
Ralph Russell of Meadows was in
in Central Point Monday.
Geo. Davis is recovering slowly from
an attack of the grippe.
Mrs. J. W. Hicks, who is visiting in
Yuba City, Cal , wrote in a recent let
ter to her daughter, that cherry, plum
and almond trees are in full bloom. The
streets are so dusty that they have to
be kept sprint'led.
As to the superior quality
Many loads of wood are being carted
of our products all are now fa
from the Goffe hill. We are in hopes
miliar either by experience or
hearsay, but as to our prices,
that the slashings will be burned up as
allow us to say, that while all
soon as the weather permit* and in
other brand* of flour have re
that way prevent a fire in the summer.
cently advanced in price, our
Mt. Pitt brand still remains
Master* George and Harrison Elden
the same, viz.—$2.15 per sack
are very sick w>th tonsilitis.
in small lots.
Mrs. McKay is improving slowly.
der to get the seeding under way.
Hazel Messenger went to Medford
Tuesday evening to play at a lodge
Services will be held at the school
house next Sunday by Rev. Tucker.
Mrs. Lammie and Miss Grace Myers
attended the revival meeting at Central
Point Tuesday evening.
• TEACHERS CONVENTION
TO BE HELD IN OREGON
All kinds of Hauling.
Oregon is to be favored bv having the
Freight handled, naggag* «
National Educational Association meet
¡ transferred, moving, ate ! ing at Portland during the week of July
All orders recive prompt
and personal attention.
7 to 14, 1917. This ia the greatest edu
£ cational organization in the world and
every teacher should attend.
The great conflict in Europe will pre
Medford CledmiKj and j
: No. 8 S. Ontrdl,
Phone 57 i!
Leave all work at
A W ord W ith You
However, if the price o f Mt.
Pitt is too rich for your blood
try our "Favorite” brand
which sells st $1.90 per sack
at the millonly. Its a winner.
The Central Point Mills