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About Central Point herald and Southern Oregon news. (Central Point, Or.) 1917-19?? | View Entire Issue (May 31, 1917)
Memorial Services at Presbyterian ♦
LO CAL AND PER SO N AL
The Memorial Day sermon was
preached last Sunday at the Mrs. Vardey, of Little Applegate,
Presbyterian church by the pas was a pleasant caller in town Monday.
tor, Rev. Paul S. Bandy, Rev. S. Hazel Bebb visited on the Applegate
J. Miner of Kansas assisting. Saturday and Sunday.
The local Women’s Relief Corps If you are bilious, or have frequent
headaches and lack “ pep,” buy a bot
and t^e old soldiers of the Civil tle
Rexall Liver Salts from Paxson
War went in a body to hear the I*rug of Co.
25c and 50c.
sermon. The church was pret Jam es Grieves
Prospect was in
tily decorated with flags and our city for a little of while
one day last
bunting and flowers. A large week.
audience was present. Mrs. E. Mrs. Thrusher, Mr. Fluhart and Mr.
B. Stanley sang a delightful solo Clark, of the United Copper Co. ’s mi e
at the opening service. Rev. on Graves Creek, were transacting
in our city Monday.
Bandy delivered an able address business
the best acclimated field
that was befitting the occasion. corn and want
American Wonder seed pota
toes, buy at the Central Point Mills
Frank Peck of Phoenix is helping his
brother Bert in the garage for a few
C. C. Clark, who was a resi days.
dent of Central Point a number Mr. Pierce of Tolo was a pleasant
of years ago but recently from caller
San Francisco, has opened up a Good garden seeds at Paxson’s.
new cleaning establishment in Swiss marshmallow roils, 15c each.
Medford, where he cleans any Central Point bakery.
thing from men’s or ladies’ hats Mrs. W arren Mee and daughters,
to g le es or clothes. Mr. Clark Helen and Gertie, are visiting relatives
is an industrious young man who in town for a few day*.
does consistent work, and his L>lt. T. G. HEINE Physician and Sur
Office over M. & M. Store 22.
former friends in Central Point geon.
Main Street, Medford, Phone: 308
are invited to call on him at his E. Belts
will buy all your old rags, rub
new location, 3(> N. Front street. ber and rope.
pay & to IJ els. per
“The National” is the name of pound foi rags. Will
Hotel Central, Central
A jolly bunch of girls donned overalls
and bloomers and started out one day
this week to "do their bit” for their
\ Uncle Samui l by working in the beet
fields. We sureiy admire ih e irg rit and
(he oatriolisin thus manifested.
Just received this week a Urge ship
E. R. G L E A SO N . Prop.ietof
ment of stationery, which in spite of
the advance in paper are the best
Invites Your Patronage
values you will find. Paxson Drug Co.
W. C. Owens left for Portland Mon
day evening, where he was called by
Mpdf-'rd Domestic Laundry the serious illness of his wife.
It. <*t Leaves Tuesdays and
Bill Lewis and father were in town
11 nr».ays returning Saturdays.
Rexull Chillbreakcr knocks malaria.
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Money back if it fails. Paxson's Drug
! C E N T R A L POINT
The Woman’s Home Missionary
f ormt r C . P . Man in business
he Central Point
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Uncle Sam and His Folks
LMrs. R. E. Stanley, Tillamook.]
Patriotism ! Well, I guess so. Uncle Sam and his folks
Were never found slow, except to anger. They’ll take and take,
And stand a whole lot for sweet peace sake.
And .ace we m ust have, but not at any old cost,
For peace without honor is honor lo s t!
Now, if Germany or any other nation on earth
W ants anything of us for what it is worth,
W e’re ready and waiting, like time in its flight,
And if she succeeds, she’ll have a peach of a fight.
Uncle Sam ’s airships can sail in the air,
Ana any Germans buzzing around will find us right there.
We can even run a Ford where big cars can’t go.
Who said Uncle Sam and his folks were slow ?
And they’ll find th at w herever "Old Glory” flies
His folks will stand pat till the last hero dies.
Uncle Sam and his folks never took to the woods—
When there’s any thing stirring w e're there with the goods.
From the north and the south, from the west to the east,
Full grown, half size, greatest and least.
From the Rio to St. Lawrence, from San Diego to Nome,
Uncle Sam and his folks are always at home.
So is the price
of Chis paper
H i irry and subscri b e
before it’s too late!
Criap, Sweet Breakfast Bacon
Spicy, Succulent Ham
CENTRAL POINT PACKING CO.
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D. G. GRIM, PROP-
All kinds of hauling
transferred, moving, etc.
t All orders receive prompt
I and personal attention.
1 Freight handled, baggage
SH O ES
Society of the Methodist Church
will meet with Mrs. J. J. Grim
next Tuesday afternoon at 2:30
For Sale -Brown mare 5 years old,
souml, gentle and trusty; single driving
or riding. Also gooil saddle, single har
ness and light two-sealed buggy, all in
good shape. A bargain. Phone or see
Dr S. A Mulkry. Central Point.
I.s-t Sunday evening Kev. Ernest C.
Richards, secretary of education for
W illamette University, preached at the
Methodist church in the place of the
regular pastor. Rev. M. C. Reed. He
delivered a fine sermon along the lines
of the value of education in the pro
gress of civilization. He closed by m ak
ing an appeal to the young people to
take up higher education.
MC M . M. DOW M . D m M . S.
While You Wait
l’hvsician and Surgeon
Offices and Residence
The Shoe Repair Man
LYDIA S. DOW D. 0.
T H E DOW H O S P I T A L
Now is the Time
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B U Y F R U IT J A R S !
Also Jar Caps and Rubbers; another advance will
soon come. We are receiving daily
HOME GROWN STRAWBERRIES
Next week thev will be at their best. The season
will be short, so let us have your orders for canning
NOW. Don’t wait until they are all gone.
“ The Home o f Good Things”
COW LEY BLDG.