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About Central Point herald and Southern Oregon news. (Central Point, Or.) 1917-19?? | View Entire Issue (June 14, 1917)
R. H. Paxson celebrated his "annual was chosen for the celebration of two
Boyd Potter’s little son was acci . . . . . ,, . . . .
or three other anniversaries happening
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The Herald is pleased to acknow ledge
the receipt of a handsome wedding an
nouncement card from Mrs. Dot Mc-
Nassar, at Stockton, Cal , announcing
the marriage of her daughter Francine
to Mr. Charles Krnest Lane, which was
solemnized June 2, as announced in our
columns last week.
Invalid chair in good condition for sale.
Inquire at Herald office.
Remember the Choral Club concert to
be given at tha Cage Theatre, M id
ford, Friday evening. The combined
chorus, including the best talent of
both Ashland and Medford and “ Cen
tral Pint’’, will consist of 150 voices,
and will certainly be well worth hear
ing by all.
evening by one of his father’s horses.
He was rendered unconscious and suf-
.ered s severe shock. A t present he is
few relatives and friends. This date day comln(f on June 14 or ..F U r D a y ” .
Willow Springs Items
A pleasant dinner party took place at
the home of Mr. end Mrs. J. W. Elder,
last Friday, the guests of honor being
Mr. and Mrs. E. T Neal and M iss
Martina Neal. The Neals are on their
way south and stopped over a few days
to visit with the Parker fam ily and
look up old friends in the neighborhood
where they formerly resided.
School election occurs Monday. June
18, at the school house.
Mrs. J. J. M clne-ney and danghter
left Saturday for the south after spend
ing the last week with the Hoagland
A telephone meeting took place at
the school house Monday evening, and
various business was attended to.
Are you going to the roundup in
J u ly ? I f so, see Mrs. F. A. Hawk, the
local milliner, before you buy your new
Rev. and Mrs. Bandy and daughter
hat. She has just received a new ship
ment of hats.
V irginia, of Central Point, spent Friday
“ Overalls for Women” are destined evening with the R. W Elder family.
The M sses Helene and Leah Parker
to stay judging from present indica
tions. Cranfill & Kobnett have a ship are visiting with friends near Derby.
ment of this new style wear coining
in a few days.
T h e Quality in the B a g
On O ur N ext
let us send you a few bags of
our extra fine feed.
won’t cost you any more than
you are paying now for out
side stuff. It will only take a
few trials, however, to prove
how much superior in every
way our feed is. It certainly
seems good to and for the
horses or stock. And what is
good for them is good for you.
Our line includes Bran, Shorts,
Fine Midds, Oats, Ri lled B ar
ley, Poultry Feeds, etc.
The Central Point Mills
Miss Mildred Hawk, who has been
suffering with appendicitis, is still
quite ill. Ii is hoped that she may es
cape an operation, however.
Arsenate of Lead, one, two and live
pound packages, at I'axson’s.
C. Norman of Sams Valley was in
S U IT C L E A N IN G A N D
F or S a i . k (¡»od second-hand Shon
W. K. P a RKKR, Seven Oaks.
Mrs. Louis Uoinstein of Medford is
rapidly recovering from her operation
in the Dow Hospital.
The many friends of Earl Moore,
nephew o f Sam and Ed Moore, will lit
pleased to know of his marriage, June
3, at Kkalaka, Montana, to M iss Viola
The young collide will make
their home about six miles from Eka-
laka, where the groom has taken up a
Suits Cleaned and Pressed...................
Suits Sponped and Pressed. . . . ..........
P R E S S IN G
; . We do all kinds of laundry work at the Cleaning and Pressing
Parlors, Central Point, Oregon. The work is all done by hand: no
machinery used. Up-to-date work, guaranteed to please you. Give
us a trial.
Mr. and Mrs. George J. Treesh
(Tack this up)
Mrs. Scott Woolf, who recently had
a major operation performed in the
Dow Hospital, returned to her home in
Medford on Monday.
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The most important thing about a bank is the character and ability
of the men behind it: the men who direct its affairs.
The Directors of this bank are well qualified for their duties by rea
son of their conservative policies, sound judgment, experience, integrity
and financial standing.
Central Point State Bank
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