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WM..S. C r o w e l l , President
P oint H erald
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S. A. P a t t is o n , E d it o r .
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F. K. D euel , VJ^e-President
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An independent local newspaper
devoted to the interests o f Central
Point and the Rogue River Valley.
Published Every Thursday.
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Central Point Market
Rough and Dressed Lumber, Shingles,
Doors, Windows, Etc.
Yard,pn track near depot. Estimates furnished.
Let us figure on your lumber bill.
Y our P a t r o n a c e I s S o l ic it e d
CENTRAL POINT, OREGON
Humor and Philosophy
FHURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1906.
SIGNS OF PROGRESS
By DUNCAN M. SMITH
Copyright. 1904, by ljuncan M. Smith.
IT ALWAYS FOLLOWS.
The recent meeting o f the To me it often sadly setms
That there la sornethixig weird in dn
Rogue River Development league
They steal upon me unaware*
at Grants Pass was an object And frightfully Increase my carea.
lesson to all those who have been They pierce my soul and wring my heart
possessed o f small faith in the; And make my gentle spirit smart.
progressive spirit o f the people o f | I writhe in anguish and d^unay
Then wake to lie and long; for day.
this valley. No similar meeting j
Again I sleep to dream again
in any portion o f the state has| Of things unseen of waking men.
been attended by a larger or more To live through horrors black and drear
enthusiastic body o f citizens and | Bnou*h ■■»wen an the year,
the unanimity o f sentiment for a I T° moan, while all my vein* congeal
I At what my haunUng dream* reveal
greater and more.prosperous val- \
ley that prevailed on, every han d, ; a languid watch tin dawn »haii peep,
was highly encouraging as an When in the morning I arise,
earnest o f what the league is M y suffering I can’ t disguise.
destined to accomplish in the Then
«»v* mv wlfe- wlth ,ouch °f "cor*
As she regards my face forlorn
future. The central thought o f
(1 hate to m^et her searching: eye),
the occasion, as expressed by “ You will eat lobster though you dl«/*-
every speaker, as well as by the j
T h e E a r ly R is e r .
members generally, was unity; E r'y time I kin’ o' gits to dozin' an' to
that the people o f every town An' has my ’ tentlon ’stracted f'um de
an' de schemin’
find community in the valley 'Long fightln’
comes de bell wlf its voice so big
should work together as one man
Tailin’ , all do workin' folks it’s time to
in advancing the general welfare
o f all; that no particular locality
I'ze gwinter tell” —
cheerful as a gTaveyahd
can permanently profit at the
expense of any neighboring local
Sometimes It’s de whistle, wlf Its note «o
big and deep,
ity and that whatever helps one
Dat wakes me when I’ ze only glttln'
part o f the general community
stahted foh to sleep.
Its remahks Is not extended: it couldn'
must, o f necessity, help all.
say much less.
Such sentiments haye the true But dar's no mlsunderstandin’ what it's
tryln’ to express.
" V rho, who.
ring o f real, up-to-date, twentieth
tlau work to do?”
century progress and when they An’ dar aln’ no chance tor guessln’ . ’ ea»a
de answer's "you !”
are being pushed and boosted and
hustled for by several hundred
A W o m a n 'l l T e tt g a .
“ live ones,” as was the case at
A shrewd observer says that “ some-
Grants Pass Saturday, it means times a w om an cries Just to get her
much for the entire valley o f the self petted," a circum stance which
show s that there m ay he a method In
grief as w ell us lu madness.—B ridge
port Telcgrum .
G e n e r a l B la c k s m ith in jv
Repair work o f all kinds.
Wood Turning and Scroll Work.
Horseshoeing and Wagon work
Cast Iron Brazing
CENTRAL POINT, OR.
A W ORD TO THE F A R M E R -W h en you
come to Central Point call at the Kandy Kitchen
if you should be hungry. You can get a ijpt, cup
o f coffee, butter and bread or cake for 10c and a
little better for 15c, and a good square meal fo r
25c. I f you want to take a lunch with you, such
as sandv iches, cakes and pies, you can get It
for from 10c to 25c. Canned lunch goods alw ays
on hand. We also carry fresh bread and cakes
and pies o f all kinds.
A WORD TO THE' BOYS AND G IRLS—
Young and old—Think o f i t ! Ice cream aad
cake, 10c; milk shake 5c: ice cream soda, 5c.
Home made candies at from 15c to 25c per lb.
P. J. Hicken
Permanently located in JONES’ CASH
STORE, Central Point.
Best Quality of
Written guarantee on all work for 12
months. High grade watch repairing
Gold, silver, steel and soft soldering
Orders taken for everything known in
the jew eler’ s line. Old gold andsilver
taken in exchange.
HOTEL IN CONNECTION
Shorty Williams, Prop.
Fast Horses, First-class Rigs, a re fu l, E x p s rje iw d D rivers.
Daily Stage to Eagle Point.
Special attention to Commercial Men.
E. E. SGUDDER
Ho te and Feed Stable
Highest Prices Paid for Farm
Manufacturer? o f all classes of
M a r b l e a n d G r a n it e
C e jn e t e r y W o r k
P o st s a n d S h a k e s f o r S a l e
EAGLE POINT, QR.
W . J a c o b s & Co.
or will manufa
cture f r o * privat»
Our Granite Quarries, near Central Point, are
the finest on the Coast. Electric polishing
machines irvour local factory. Iron fencing.
•!-!—Î—i—t- !- M- !- l"H -l—:1 M "I"H “1 •¡••¡■•¡••¡••¡"H 1 1 U - H - l-d- H - H -H - H ' 1 H - l- H - H ;
CENTRAL POINT, OREGON
ALL THE N EW
W e ll A n sw ered .
An Am erican wom an who had heel
told by a Britisher that A m erica win
deficient in antiquities and curiosities
remarked, “ T he antiquities will com#;
as fo r our curiosities, w e Import them.**
The horseless carriage is no
longer a joke for paragraphers
to dally with. The hammerless
IN H A T S , FRESH F R O M
C e n t r a l P o in t P h a r m a c y
gun has been accepted by the
H o l d i n g H ta O w n .
T H E L A T E ST BLO CK S
frontiersman without a sneer.
•’Y ou’ ve an Id It! W hy. he hold* fnst
cowless milk, henless to every' thing lie gets his clutch es on
PEARS AND BUFF MIXTURES PREVAIL
M A R Y A . M EE. P r o p r ie to r
eggs, hogless sausage, seedless and even bolt* dow n bis dinner!"
apples are accepted and gulped
down by the sovereign American
Pure prepared Paint and Pure Lin
citizen without question. But seed Oil at Leever’ s. Get prices before
W e Buy Our
the F a c r o r y J
the vineless, soilless, rootless painting.
potato is the limit. The . idea
P R O F E S S IO N A L
“N uff C ed.’’
o f laying a few pieces o f seed
potato in, the bottom o f a 1000
bushel bin, closing the bin and i
W e have the only band initial machine in Medford.
lifter 60 days going back and
Central Point, Oregon
finding it filled to overflowing
with big, fine, solid spuds takes i
the entire bakeshqp. Y et this is,
what a Portland man claims toi \V\ 1. \V. P, HOLT, M. D.
be doing this year o f grace 1906. j Phyaiclun nncl Surgeon
The secret is said to be in squeez-;
EAGLE POINT, OREGON
ing certain elemental juices from
When in the city give me a call.. You will find m y goods first-
the soil—those qualities on which!
MRS. M A R Y A S H U R S T
the modern up-to-date spud most
class and my prices reasonable.
delights to feed •'-and painting th e '
— Teacher o f —_
bottom o f the bii\ with the extract, i
placing the seed in the bin, a n d 1 P i a n o a n d O r g a n
science—or the modern potato1
¡J . C. W ilson
Inquire o f Pleasants' Hotel.
E. C h apm an C E N T R A L P O IN T
with an “ eye” to business—does
the rest. It is to be hoped th at,
the potatoless spud will prove
more attractive to the normal
-H -1-H - H - H - I-l-I-I-H -J- l-d'.l-l-i' M l !
citizen as an article o f diet than
hogless sausage is doing since
the recent beef trust exposures
Stout' dnd Brick Mason
C o n t r a c t o r s a n d B u i ld e r s
were published. Perusal o f the
Well dnd Flue Work
newspapers during the past week
Carpentry and Joining in all its branches
regarding packinghouse m.-thod*
BRICK f l u b s b u il t
has done wonders in the way of SA 1'gSFACTION GUARANTEED
CENTRAL POINT, OR.
producing hungerless people, so
CENTRAL POINT. OR.
far as packinghouse products are
| HARDWARE. FARM
concerned, and it will be well to
C IG A R S , T O B A C C O S
have plenty o f good, cheap spuds
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to fall back on.
Pure Fresh Drugs and Medicines
Druggists* Sundries, Toilet Articles, Stationery
“ The Toggery”
Hatters and Men’ s Outfitters
A . M. Lammey W i l s o n
& C h ap m an
H. W a tk in s
I J. h. CARLTON
F. H. WEBB
î H. W A R N E R & SON
Some newspaper men are terri ] ’ New an,l Second-hand Furniture
ble liars. In writing o f a cyclone
Bought and Sold
out west one o f them said it
turned a well inside out, a cellar
upside down, moved a township
line, blew the staves out o f a
whisky barrel and left nothing
I also carry a fine lot o f Confee- • •
but the bung-hole, changed the
turnery. Cigar* and Tobacco and
day o f the week, blew a mortgage
receive the finest Bread and Pa*- [
off the farm blew all the cracks
try in the valley every day. • ■
out o f a fence and knocked the
M ain S t . - - - - C e n t r a l P o in t | [
WH- H- H—
vtitul out o f a politician. Ex
: : Proprietary Medicines.
Lumber, Doors, Windows,
Hickory W agons,
P O IN T ,
ICE CREAM AND- SODA
Paints and Oils i
C O N F E C T IO N E R Y
Faqle Point. Oregon
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