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About Central Point herald. (Central Point, Or.) 1906-1917 | View Entire Issue (June 21, 1906)
L A N C A *»**
P A l t l H O .'i,
P U B L IS H E R S
W m . S. C rowell , President
F ir n t
» . A . P a t t u o n , E d it o r .
F. K. D euel , Vice-President
N a tio n a l
P aid U p C apital , $25,000
J. H. GAY
lsN r>4 al limi «al*Vida a'j ( aatral Vulot. 0V„ *• arcuati
c aaa nailer.
THURSDAY, JUNE % 1906.
f resh and Cured
We do a conservative banking business. Always safe-guarding our custom ers’
interests equally with our own. W e S olicit Y ou * A ccount .
D irectors :- W. S. Crowell, F. K. Deuel, L. V. Carter, Chas. Strang, Geo. W.
D u n n . ________
M. L. ALFORD, C a sh ie r .
R o u g h a n d D r e s s e d L u m b e r , S h in g le s ,
D o o r3 , W in d o w s , E tc.
Yard on track near depot. Estimates furnished.
Let us figure on your lumber bill.
Y our P atronage I s S olicited
CENTRAL POINT, OREGON
M AKING H O T B E D S .
Orn Styles of Structure— fleattnir the
Hetl and Seiviiij* Seed.
G e n e ra l H k ic k » m itliin jr
Repair work of all kinds.
Wood Turning and Scroll Work.
Horseshoeing and Wagonwork
Cast Iron Brazing
CENTRAL POINT, OR.
E ast Pine Street
A. P. Oillett & Son
P . J. H ic k e n
Permanently located in JO N ES’ CASH
STORE, Central Point.
East Horses, First-class Rigs, areful. Experienced Drivers.
Daily Stage to Eagle Point.
J. W . J a c o b s & C o.
M anufacturers of all classes of
Marble arid Granite
Cemetery W ork
or will manufa-
cure from private
Our Granite Quarries, near Central Point, are
the finest on the Coast. Electric polishing
machines in our local factory. Iron fencing.
CENTRAL POINT, OREGON
IN H A T S , F R E S H F R O M
TH E LA TEST BLOCKS
R em em ber,
D ir e c t fr o m
M A R Y A . M E E . P r o p r ie t o r
PEARS AND BUFF MIXTURES PREVAIL
th e F a c r o r y ;;
Pure Fresh Drugs and Medicines
“N u f f C ed .
Druggists* Sundries, ToileCArticles, Stationery
We have the only band initial machine in Medford.
EAGLE POINT, OREGON
S h o r ty W illia m s, P r o p .
H ote and Feed Stable
PLEA SA N TS
W M . W . 1 ’. H O L T , M . I*.
p hV H ,o l l m n n d s „ r , e o „
E . E. SSUDDER
Pure prepared Paint and Pure Lin
Six acres'first-class black bottom
Ifcnd one-quarter mile from depot. seed Oil a t Leever’s. Get prices before
Good 6-room honse with pantry and 1 painting.
bath, good liarn 10x10 and other neces
sary buildings. One acre in choice
P R O F E S S IO N A L
bearing fruit and garden plot, balance
of tract in alfalfa Price, *2000 For
terms, etc , enquire of or address,
W. S. E achus , Central Point, Or.
AS fine dairy farm of 620 acres, 12
Tide» from Eugene. Oregon. For par-
ticular. w rite to J . W. Moreland, fen -
HOTEL IN CONNECTION
Special attention to Commercial Men.
W e B uy O ur
W ritten guarantee on all work for 12
months. High grade watch repairing
Gold, silver, steel and soft soldering
Orders taken for everything known in
the jeweler’s line. Old gold andsilver
taken in exchange.
C e n t r i l i t ’o i n t , O r e g o n
A WORD TO THE FA RM ER -W hen you
come to Central Point call a t the Kandy Kitchen
if you should be hungry. You can get a hot cup
of coffee, butter and bread or cake for 10c and a
little better for 15c, and a good square meal for
25c. If you want to take a lunch with you, such
as sandwiches, cakes and pies, you can get it
for from 10c to 25c. Canned lunch goods always
on hand. We also carry fresh bread and cakies
and pies of all kinds.
A WORD TO THE BOYS AND GIRLS-
Young and old—Think of it! Ice cream and
cake, 10c; milk shake 5c: ice cream soda, 5c.
Home made candies a t from 15c to 25c per lb.
ALL THE NEW
Thfity-two acres of the best land in
the Rogue river valley a p art of the
K. A. HAWK
'T 'H E six-bit insurance com-
panies who are trying to
settle their San Francisco losses
i on a basis of 75 per cent should
be drummed out of every state
in which they attem pt to do bus
iness. The absolute gall required
to make such a proposition to
customers who have for years
been paying in their money in
premiums for alleged protection
against loss is enough to make
people sick and tired of the en
tire graft. And the “ 100 cent’"
should ohvnys be two feet or more In
those . who are . willing
thickness. Thus iu a sunken frame tin
to pay the losses incurred in full top of the umll-., . i„ u ,,|10UM i ■ at
hut who have advanced rates in ground level and the frullio h ; If one
foot high in front and eighteen Inches
Oregon 25 per cent to cover re at
the biiek, so us to give u gentle slope
cent heavy losses, are not much to tlie auslies. Hut In a bed ubov.
behind the ethers in bare-faced ground only one-lmlf of the mam;:'
should1 be below ground level mid be
graft. It. is true that the public ! bunked
with earth to retain heat, and
may decline to tîarry insurance ; k the pit be lined with boards to th
at the advanced rate, provided bottom the manure will not cool so
readily Better »till Is It to have n
the public is so circumstanced as double
wall of boards, with an air
th> be able to carry its own in space between them.
Concerning the manure, which is
surance, but it is well known
the heating material, the liest thing
that many people are not situated obtainable Is fresh horse dung, ibor- 1 i
SO they can do SO. One thing is ougbly moistened and heated. First
pretty certain, however; either throw It up in a heap to heat, then turn
1 and shake It well and when quite hot j
some law regulating fire insur make into a bed, treading it very firm j
ance rates must lie enacted and and level, being assured that It Is set
enforced or else the government tied thoroughly into the corners. Bear
In inind to get It very film; otherwise
itself m ust go into the insurance It will settle unevenly and cause an
business as a m atter of protec noyance, and above all never employ
tion to the people, The people i manure that Is not hot when put In.
even though new.
cannot afford to be robbed all the
When heat Is up, tlie top of the m.v 1
nnre bed should be about twelve inches |
time without protest.
from the sash, with four or five inches j
of loam over It. Seeds may be sowu
when tlie heat of the bed is 110 do
greos. but before setting out plants it
la advisable to let It drop to 100 do
grees. Always keep the sashes closed
until tlie leuui Is well warmed, and
raise them only for ventilation when
steam arises. No m atter wlmt the
Twenty acres good land a p art of weather Is, this latter must be looked
the old Ross ranch. Enquire T. D. to regularly or else tlie plants will
Ross, Central Point, Ore.
suffi r In the close, moist atmosphere.
When It Is too cool, m ats or shutters
should be employed for extra protec-
Watch T, D. Ross
tlon. As n hotbed Is "a modified cold
frame,” however— that Is. a cold frame
For wild oats hay. He has Inis of it with lioat In it—about all It is expect-
ed to do Is to keep off cold winds and
fbr sale and his price is right. 9-dl2
snows and increase the heat of tlie sub
<n early spring.
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Two styles of hotbed structures ure
used, one below, the oth'T above the
ground level, and tie so an Ohio Farmer
writer has considered as follows:
The former style effects a saving In
manure and shelter, but unless the
ground Is exceptionally well drained
there Is danger of w ater lodging In
the bottom, and this makes the frame
practically useless. Still, If the soil
Is sandy or gravelly tlie sunken bed la
far more economical. No matter which
style Is used, however, the manure bed
THE INSURANCE GHAEi
S tockhoi . i / s r s ’ L iability , $50.000
FAIR DEALING, SAFETY, SECURITY
Published Every Thursday.
Subscription price, $1.50'per year, in
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M e d fo rd , O re g o n
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An Independent local newspaper
devoted te the interests ot' Central
Pom* *nd the Hogue Kiver Valley.
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H a t t e r s and Me n ' s Outfitters
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When in the city give me a call.
You will find my goods first-
class and my prices reasonable.
M RS. M A R Y A S H U R S T
Iri- HEREBY GIVEN
thfct I, ill H. Miller, treasurer
of Jackson county, Oregon, will,
cm ilr before July 14, 1906, receive
m M bids for u ii lie 4J0Q0 five i i)
□er cent Inind»'issued account School
District No. (>, Central Point, Jackson
*>unty, Orego«, the bids for bonds to
oe opened July 14, 1906, at 9 o ’clock a.
it). The bonds to be awarded to the
highest bidder and each bid to be ae-
cfcmpsnied by a certified check iu the
sum of $5:10, to be wholly forfeited if
successful otdiler shall fail to purchase.
Pur conditions of bonds addruw School
Clerk D istrict No. 6, Central Point,
Uwkson Ootantv, Oregon.
f>. ll MILLIIti.
County Treasurer Jackson Countv.
— Teacher of —
l'ia n o it rid Oleari
Inquire of Pleasants’ HotcL
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A . M. Lammey ^
ils o n . & C i l a p m a n
C o n tra cto rs* a n d B u ild e r s
Stone and Brick Mason
Well dnJ Hue Work
Carpentry and Joining in all its branches
H RIl’K F L U E S BUILT
H . W a tk in s
J. H. CARLTON
CENTRAL POINT, OR.
CENTRAL POINT. OR.
£ HARDW ARE. FARM
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r'ouftiwUti Annual Session at AdlkinJ. Orr-
gor¡ Juh 11-20.
E. C hapman C E N T R A L P O I N T
J. C. W ilson
F. H. W EBB
I* New and Second-hand Furniture
Pint* lcciU*Ss, concerts,
Bought and Sold
IhsMal list -»f speakers:
Bishop Moore, Dr. LocVe, Captain Jack
Crawford, Mrs. Q * iM , Miss Belle
Kearney, Prof. Raunigardt (science),
and Roijrtii. the fame1* juggler, Cali
fornia Quintette club
Beautiful Accuery. Make your plans to ■ • I also carry a fine lot of Confec-
1, tionery, Cigars and Tobacco and ..
same. Write for printed matter.
J \ receive the finest Bread and Pas
G. F . B i l l i n g * , President.
■ ■ trv in the vallev every ilirv. •
■ H e* T. A. H a v e s , .Secretary.
” M ain Sr. - - - - C l v ' lu . P oint \
leTé 'S« H vaiai ai ti «your frond
C IG A R S , T O B A C C O S
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IM P! FMINTS, ETC.
H. WARNER & SON
Lumber, Doors, Windows,
Building Hardware, Old
H ic k o r y
W a g o n s,
B u g g ie s
Paints and Oils
:: ICE CREAM AND SODA
a n d F a rm
Im plem ents.
Eagle Point. Oregon
P O IN T ,
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