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THURÜIXAT, NOV^ m u r r j j g g -
okn - t h a i
(Continued from last week)
For a long time after she had eat
en her breakfast, June Dally lay on
her back staring at the celling She
thinking— thinking— thinking.
She was thinking about the strange
actions of her doctor. The darkened
room— the avoided telling of his
name— the slip of his tongue when
he called her June— his sudden arri
val without any visible means )t
transportation— his sudden depart
ure. It was all so strange. A tired
sigh escaped her lips as she closed
her eyes, and the words formed un
der her breath, “ I believe I am right,
something seems to tell me so."
June Takes a Turn for the Worse.
Two weeks have passed at the
Dally ranch since the doctor went
away. June's arm was healing fine.
She was up and around with her arm
still protected in a sling. But It was
plainly visible there was something
wrong. The sparkle of her eyes was
gone. A smile seidoni left her lips
"I am worried about you dear,”
said her aunt to June one evening as
they were seated on the front porch
of the ranch house "You don’t seem
your old self any more. Does your
arm bother you very much?”
“ No Aunt Sharlott. My arm is ali
right. I hardly notice it at all.”
“ Well what is it June? You don't
seem to improve like I thought you
“ Oh— I don't know Auntie. Just
tired I guess.” answered June as she
laid her head hack on the chair and
closed her eyes.
“ I am certainly worried about you
June.” and Mrs Daily closely studied
the face of the girl.
“ Don’t worry about me Auntie.
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C L A S S IF IE D )!
r a m m t sh o p *
Expert Auto Mechanic
I'M be all right—I gueea
But I am worried about about
‘ »»ink 1
KOOdD. ? « or <*rfen wouldn't do me any
I would have the other doctor
come but land o' goodness only
knows who he was. or where he is
now,” continued Mrs Daily.
“ Don't say that Auntie. Please
Why June? You know yourself,
he has never been back, and hasn't
sent that statement he said he would
I can’t make it out at all.”
' Don't try to Auntie I am awfully-
tired and I believe I will go to bed.
Goodnight Aunt Sharlott.” and June
got up from her chain, kissed her
aunt on the cheek and slowly walk-
ed into the house.
The next morning found Mrs
Daily in earnest conversation with
Fred Pennington. From the low
tone of their voices it was evident
that they did not want their words
to be overheard But let us listen to
what they have to say.
"Fred, you have Just got to go to
town and see if you can find that
doctor. I don t know his name or
where he is, but you must find him.”
"Haven’t heard a thing about him
since he left the ranch, Mrs Daily."
"Don't make a bit of difference
Fred, if that doctor is still in town
you have got to find him. June is
gettting worse all the time. She
won't eat or sleep hardly any. I am
right down worried about her.”
"All right Mrs. Daily, I will do the
best I can. I would go thru hell for
June if I had to. But won't Doctor
"No Fred. I suggested Doctor
Green but June wouldn’t hear to it.
This other doctor is the one that at
tended her, and he will know just
what to do. Now you get that team
hitched up and get going— search
every room house and hotel in town
and if he is to be found bring him
The July sun again bung like a
ball of molton fire in the western
horizon as George Allison stepped
from a carriage in front of the Daily-
LOVE'S BARBER SHOP
As he slowly walked down the
Expert Hair Cutting
path that led to the house he saw a
Central Point, Ore.
girl quickly rise to her feet wtih
ine arm retting in a sling and start
For a smooth shave and quick
down the path towards him. They
both stopped when but a few feet
apart. Their eyes met, and each pair
Go to the
of eyes held their ground. The girl
SQUARE DEAL BARBER SHOP
was th< first to break the silence.
W. A. Shell, prop.
Doctor George Allison - what did
you come back here for?”
"So you could look me over June.
* BEAUTY PARLORS
It w «;; your own requ*-»»- nine year,
CENTRAL POINT BEAUTY SALON igo And Allison's answer shot
straight to the mark, true to the
Shampoo, Finger Wave, Manicure
-enter. June Daily’s eyes wavered,
and her head dropped forward.
"Will you ever, ever forgive me
SONOMA VALLEY CHEESE
For his answer George Allison th”
surgeon gathered June Daily in hif
On North Pac. Highway
arms and their lips met.”
As soon as June rowld get her
breath again she murmured in her
doctor's ear, “ George you have made
ROSS & ROSS
Candy— Tobbaco— Fishing Tackle good Maybe you couldn’t ride poor
old Ginger, but yu sur- was hell on
wheels in the cab of a locomotive."
W. E. ALEXANDER
PAINT & ROOF
GRO< T RY STORES
Next to Postoffice.
A ROOF FOR EVERY HOME
A PAINT FOR EVERY
Flre-RcXardnnt Roofs bring
Ixvwer Insaniste Rates
38 S. Bartlett
A Good Place to Trade
Groceries, Meat, Feed
n u M
NIP & SIP SERVICE
We want to supply yonr Money
needs without red tape or delay.
ORE.-WASH. MORTGAGE CO.
43 S. Centra!
PENDLETON & PATTERSON
General Petroleum Products
L C. Grime«
¡lads Transfer &
Lohengrin's snd Mendelabon’s wed- j ■
The bride wore her mother's
wedding dress and carried red
guerite Du Rette as bridesmaid.
After the ceremony a wedding I
•tJCCCrt . . . . . . 1
RIB OK SIRLOIN
S h o rte n in g
P o rk R .oast
Pork and Beans
X'an Camp». large 2 2 ' , - oji . can»
P ea n u t B u tter
410 Medford Bldg
B a rs
HIGHW AY BRAND, Urge 2)4 cans
FINE a (Tit A NUL LiATED
■ H o n ey
count now and protect your
trí i t happiness
D rifted S n ow 49-lb.
K itch en C raft
S u n se t G old
mu , ill
B ean s
M a ca ro n i
BOSE CITY CURVE CUT
5-lb. J Q c
tin “ v
S M ayon aisse
SAVINGS * LOAN ASSN.
FRUITS, VEGETABLES :
LOCAL BANANA or HUBBARD
FIRM, CRISP, LOCAL
G rap efru it
19 “ !
Prices Effective A.t Central Point Store Only
Phone 311 _______
Prices for Nov. 13 & 15
27 North Holly
Brown Derby, cam Or bottle*
start., a systematic., savings., a c
E d w a rd s
N o b H ill
49 “ :
45 “ j
49 “ !
T o m a to e s
su y 11 ■ ffl
A ir w a y
BED MEXICAN or
MAXIMUM, with »3.00 pu r,-liase
A V I N G S
E C U R I T Y
*/i ib .
Dr. I. H. Gove
4-lb. 4 Q c
pkg. “ y
NEW CROP SEEDLESS
• Speed Qneen Washers At
• Sparton A Crosley
• Myers Pumps A Service
221 West Main
Res. Phone 691-J-2
W r e s t lin g
A. N. JOHNSON. M. D.. D. N. B.
Physician and Surgeon
Dr. Burhl Gilpin
Physician and Surgeon
202 Medford Bldg.
Stone'» Drug Store
(Successor to Dr. B. C. Wilson)
210 Medford Bldg.
Seat» on Sale at
J. R. BIERMA
BROWN’S, Phone 101
PROSTATE GLANDS, HEMORR
HOIDS A FISTULA
Treated safely, Nuccemfolly and
painlessly by the latest and most
Improves! methods. ..17 yearn ex
pedience. Ore. License No. 264.
Calif. License No. 3020.
H. P. COLEMAN, DC. ME.
428 Medford Bldg.
II« N. Central, Medford, Ph. 282
SAND & GRAVEL
! Huber Packing Co., Inc. \
Lawns, Excavating, Grading
Phone 1334- V
Bateman & Son
1232 N. Riverside
Dr. Geo. S. Jennings
Osteopath and Optometrist
General Practice, Including Ob-
rtttricn and Proctology
4 24 Medford Bldg
Phone 8 43
Em ahllshed In you r com m unity
428 W. 9th St.
__________ M edford.
Dr. C. W. Lemery
Oregon Mutual Fire
(Hnre— r to Dr. J. J Emme— )
204 Medford Bldg.
I mettre limited to eye, rar. aoee.
and throe, and fitting of glume»
LELAND CLARK, Agent
19 North Bartlett Ht
See ua for Fire Inanrancn
A u to P ain tin g
BODY A FENDER REPAIRING A til.ASS
22A N. Rartlett
on Hay A Grain
40* East Mata St.
*_» • • • » * * * *
Dr. C. L. Perkin»
Established la 1008
B e e f S teak
The couple will make their home
near Salem, Oregon
Long distance hauling
» A. Ft*. Me«
Everything la CaMa* Wort
( Incorporated )
PAUK T H H U
EDWARD W. JONES
Raw led gh Dealer
Ft'T! NTT URE, Etc.
ENTRAL POINT PLANINO MILL
North Pacific Highway-
Dressed and Rough Lumber
Mill Work, Sugar Pine Shingles
Cash and Carry
* . ,
Of interest to high school students J
and to many friends in Central j g
Point is the marriage of Florence
Du Rett», commercial instructor
here last year, to Francis Sallfeld
of Gervais. Oregon on Saturday.
The ceremony was read in a Ger
vais church at seven o'clock ln ttx * I ^
morning in the presence of relative* j ■
W. E ALEXANDER
Former Local Teacher ■
Wed» Gervais Man S
OK A YOUNG DOCTOR TAKES A CHANCE
By ARCHIE PARKER
ra a a
(• • • • » I
la Soave Office
Have Your Car
fall mi— start In
Medford'» largest and
Rrlnllt Tractors. Farm Imple
ment» A Machiner» of all kind».
At Rargain Prices
Call and see what we have
or Phone »06
ROOrE RIA ER VALLEY
TRACTOR A IMPLEMENT CO.
8 . Grape M,
WE HAUL ANYTHING ■ :
Any Time—Any Place
Private Storage Rooms
DAVIS TRANSFER CO.
S. Fir at Eighth
Phone 644 !