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About Central Point herald and Southern Oregon news. (Central Point, Or.) 1917-19?? | View Entire Issue (June 14, 1917)
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ÎC nral a tu'! ■jii'ninual Jltnna
W. E. Price, Jr., who received i Miss .1 isephine P.racons, who taught
broken collar bone at Weed, Cal., re in the Domestic Science departm ent of
ported for duty last week, but the the High School last year, was married
Company extended his leave till June in Portland, June 6 . to Mr F Kilally
18 in order to give the injured member Greeve. After a short honeymoon Mr
ample time to get strong. So Mr. Price Greeve will join his regiment, the en
is back with us for a short time gineers, at American Lake. Miss Bra-
cons was well liked here and left for
Mrs. W. E. Owens is reported to be her home In Portland, leaving many
doing nicely. She is still in the hos friends who will wish her well in her
pital at Portland.
Betts will buy all your old rubber and Miss Lola Freeman returned last
week from O. A. C.
rope. Hotel Central, Central Point.
Mr. and Mrs. Norris and daughter Rexal! Chillhreaker knocks malaria.
visited for several days at Montague, Money back if it fails. Paxson's Drug
Mrs. Clyde Applegate of Summit, Will Thompson, who was working at
O rg a n , is in our city for a few days. Weed, Cal , has returned to our city to
remain with his family.
If you are bilious, or have frequent Mrs. Whipp, mother of Mrs T D.
headaches and lack "p e p ,” buy a bot Ross,
who has been visiting with her
tle of Kexall Liver Salts from Paxson daughter
for some time past, left for
I'ru g Co. 25c and 50c.
her home in Nevada last week.
Mr. Ernest, Irsel Lewis, Art Lewis DR. T. G. HEINE Physician and Sur
and Ben Peck, accompanied by their geon.
Office over M. & M. Store 22.
wives, motored to Yreka and Horn- E. Main Street,
Medford, Phone: 303
brook, Cal., last Sunday.
How many people coming here look
Leave your orders for rubber stamps ing for a new location would stop, if
at the Herald office.
Central Point had no paper?
“YES YOU DO
Spring time is kodak time, and if
you have’nt a kodak see Paxson Drug
Co. Some nice ones from a dollar to
Our young ladle« are still busy thin
ning fruit in the nearby orchards. The
new style ladies’ overalls have come to
stay, I guess.
A r'nt you glad that Oregon has been
‘‘pulled out of the m ud?” Although
the majority by which the $ 6 , 000,000
bond issue carried has been cut down
to about 14,000, still that is a good
number and goes to show that the peo
ple of Oregon are keeping up with the
progress of the times.
The women should plan to can every
thing possible to combat the H. C. L.
Cowley’s Emporium has a hig stock of
fruit jars and rubbers for this purpose.
Mr. and Mrs. George J. Treesh, who
recently moved to our city from Mill
City, have opened their new Cleaning
and Pressing Parlors in the building
across from the Presbyterian church.
We are 1 .lad that we now have a clean
ing and pressing establishm ent in our
own citv and believe that many of our
C entral Point boosters will give this
new “ home industry” at lea«t a trial.
Betts will buy all your old zinc, cop
per, lead, brass, etc Hotel Central,
MC M. W. DOW M. D., M. S.
PliVHcian and Surgeon
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a n d Y ou W ould B u y One
If Y o u C o u ld G et -------
Rjfcjhi P r i c e
R ig ht le r m s
Here it is—the latest thing in typewriters—the
Invites \ our Patronage
M e d fo rd D o m e stic
Sunday School at 10 a.m. Preaching
at 8:00 p.m. Epworth League at 7:00
p.m. Prayer Meeting at 7:30 p.m
Thursday. Rev. M. C. Reed. Pastor.
Sunday School at 10 a.m. Preaching
at 11 a. m. Rev. S. J. Miner, pastor.
Made with swing
ing white dri l l
pockets (not patch
pockets that so
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L a u n d ry
A new pair
if they rip
m ore thar*
v , I £ a " M
A little gem of a Remington— in name, in work, in quality, in
everything but weight am1.
It sella for $50— a price never]
Basket Leaves Tuesdays and I
T 1 ui days returning Saturdays. T
first-grade writing machine.
Sent on ten days’ free exam
ination anywhere within 150
milesof any Remington office
—to beret urnedbyyouif you
decide not to keep it. You
can see exactly what y o u
are getting before you de
cide to purchase. If you
like, you can buv on easy
payments — #10 down aud
tio a month.
Here is the right combina
tio n —the machine, the
price, the term s—all three
in one. And all three are
good reasons why you
should mail this coupon.
Sunday School at 10 a.m. Mrs. Hat-
Held, Supt. Morning worship at 11
o’clock. Paul S, Bandy, pastor.
^Juy Levi Strauss & Co’s'
THE DOW HOSPITAL
E R. GLEASON. Proprietor
Dr. J. J, EM MENS SPECIALIST
Eye. Ear, Nose, and Throat. Eyes
tested and glasses supplied. Oculist
and Aurist for Southern Pacific Rail
road Company. Offices in M. F. & H.
Co. Bldg., Medford. Phone 567.
T. G. HEINE, M. D. Physician and
Surgeon. Practice limited to eye,
ear, nose and throat. Glasses titled.
Phone: 303, Medford. Oregon.
I)R. POELN1TZ- Physician and Sur
geon. At Central Point from 10 to
12 a m. daily.
LYDIA S. DOW D. 0.
I he Central Point
Society of C hrist Scientist. Sunday
services at 11 a. m. Sunday School at
S:45 a. m .; all under 20 years Hre
welcome. Church edifice, 212 N. Oak
dale Ave., cor of W. Pine.
Offices and Residence
N eed a T yp ew riter:
before equalled for an absolutely
Rem ington T ypew riter Com pany,
374 Broadw ay, New Y ork.
S nJ me n Rem ington Junior Type
w riter, price I5 0 , on free exam ination. It
is understood th a t I may retu rn the
machine, if I choose, within ten days. If
I dec d • to purchase it, I agree to pay for
it in $ m onthly paym ents of J io each.
L ook for
The hotel Central
Mrs. G. Betts, Mgr.
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A W A K D I D O R A N O P R IZE AT P. P
M erle and G uaranteed by
LEVI STRAUSS* CO.S.«FrMci«.
ASK YOUR GROCER OR BUTCHER FOR
Donnlt Eucalyptus Olntmant
AT A LL DAUQ S T O R E S
25C J a r s 5 0 c
will write your
Crisp, Sweet Breakfast Bacon
Spicy, Succulent Ham
C EN TR A L PO IN T PA C K ING CO.