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About Central Point herald. (Central Point, Or.) 1906-1917 | View This Issue
An independent local newspaper
devoted to the interests of Central
Point and the Rogue River Valley,
Published Every Thursday.
Subscription price, Î1.50 per year,
E. A. FORD, P rop .
J . H. G A Y
DEALER IN %
S tockholders ’ L iability , $50,000 ■
FAlIt DEALING, SAFETY, SECURITY
We do a conservative banking business. Always safe-guarding our custom ers':
interests equally with our own. W e S olicit Y ouk A ccount .
njR E C T O K S:- W. S. Crowell, F. K. Deuel, E. V. Carter, Chas. Strang, Geo. W.
M. L. ALFORD, C ashier .
underground water literature published
I in the United States in 1905 ha3 been
j prepared by Messrs. M. L. Fuller, F. G
THURSDAY, JULY 26, 1906, Clapp and B. L. Johnson of the United
j States geological survey. It is pub
lished as water-supply and Irrigation
I Paper No. 163, and is intended for gen-
SOME TARIFF FIGURES
• era! distribution..
, Two distinct classes of readers were
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c l> i ■»»iter.
Central Point Market
M e d fo r d , O r e g o n
— P aio U p C apital , $25,000
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Fresh and Cured Meats
Yard on track near depot. Estimates furnished.
Let us figure on your lumber bill.
CENTRAL POINT, OREGON
Paslure fo r Cattle
Six acres first-class black bottom j
land one-quarter mile from depot I
I have 100 acres of good pasture, rS->I"l"H"l-i-I-H - :-l-M- l- I- H - l- l-:-H - » 4-K -H- H-
Good 5-room honse with pantry and
bath, good bam 40x40 and other neces with plenty of good w ater and good
sary buildings One acre in choice feed, four miles north of Central Point,
bearing fruit a.id garden plot, balance
of tract in alfalfa Price, $2000 For near Tolo. Will rent for cattle only.
A WORD TO THE FARMER-When you
For price, etc., call on or address
terms, etc , enquire of or address,
come to Central Point call at the Kandy i^itchen
J . A. S hields , Tolo, Ore.
W S E achus , Central Point, Or
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 cakes
East Pin# Street
and pies of all kinds.
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A WORD TO THE BOYS AND GIRLS—
Young and old—Think of i t ! Ice cream and
A . P . Gillett & Son
cake, 10c; milk shake. 5c: ice cream soda, 5c.
F. A. HAWK
Home made candies at from 15c to 25c per lb.
G e n e r e ll R l a c k s m i t h l n ç
epair v work of all kinds.
Wood Turning ; l and Scroll Work
Horseshoeing and Wagon work
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Cast Iron Brazing
CENTRAL POINT, OR.
article in the July number *eP,tin ,mi,n<i ¡" P a rin g the index, the
c wt a .
first including those who are interest
of Watson S Magazine gives j e(j ¡p
some interesting facts regarding ! of special regions and the second thou“
the tariff in its relation to tru s t ; who are interested in some particular
products with a comparison of 1 lJ'lje ground water or in one or more
prices exacted by the implement;of the ^ P ro b le m . of
occurrence. For the beneht of the hrst
trust for farming machinery a s ciass> comprehensive entries are given
against the prices charged in ; under states and other political or nat-
foreign countries for the s a m e ! ural divisions, while the numerous sub-
American-produced article. The jest entries will appeal to readers of the
ariicle shows pretty conclusively isecond class-
that, as a protective proposition
For Sale or Rent
for the trust magnate, the tariff
is still a howling success, but as i
ood b u s i n e s s l o t on p in e
a beneficial scheme f a r the | Street, 33x140, with two good bus
farmer it has long since outlived iness houses thereon. Will sell out
E. C hapman
right or lease one or both buildings at J. C. W ilson
Believing that the subject is
one of interest to the farmers of etc., call on or address
W. A. O wen ,
southern Oregon, a portion of! 13dl6
Central Point, Ore.
the article referred to is herewith
Pure prepared Paint and Pure Lin
Contractor« and Builders
“ One of our correspondents, I seed Oil at Leever’s. Get prices before
writing to us upon this subject, I
Carpentry and Joining in all its branches
is kind enough to furnish a table!
o f prices prevailing in Buenos Send the H erald to vour friends.
CENTRAL POINT, OR.
Ayres. The Advance plow, which
P R O F E -tS iO N A ti
sells in this country for $18, is |
sold in Buenos Ayres for $9.
Thus our farmers pay twice at
I)R . P L E A S A N T S
much for the Advance plow as
C e n t r a l I ’o i n t , O r e g o n
the South American fanner pays.
American farmers are tariff taxed
to “protect” the American man
ufacturer from foreign competi YV.VI. W . F*. H O L T , M . 13.
tion, and yet it is the foreigner
P h y s ic ia n nncl S u r g e o n
Fine Cold ALBANY BEER on draught
who gets the benefit. You are
EAGLE POINT, OREGON
or by the bottle, for personal delivery
made to pay $18 for your im
proved plow, in order that the
or by express or freight.
South American farmers may
have the same plow at $9!
Central Point trade solicited. ! !
— Teacher of —
“Can you figure out any ad
vantage to yourself in such an
a a d Organ
arrangement ? The hay tedder,
which costs you $45, is sold at
Inquire of Pleasants’ Hotel.
Buenos Ayres at $30. The mower
costs you $65; it costs the South
American farmer $40. You and Old Reliable Barber Shop
I pay $25 for a horse-rake; if w e 1
GLENN OWEN, P rop .
were foreigners we would only
Sleek Shaves and
“The feed cutter. No. 3, for
which we pay $90, goes to the !
poor, downtrodden foreigner at
Rough a n d D ressed Lum ber, Shingles,
Doors, W indow s, Etc.
Y our P atronale I s S olicited
Fast Horses, First-class Rigs,
J . W . Ja c o b s & Co.
IS TO OUR
INTEREST TO TURN
Printing that will please our customers.
Our Granite Quarries, near Central Point, are
the finest on the Coast. Electric polishing
machines in our local factory. Iron fencing.
CENTRAL POINT, OREGON
When in the city give me a call.
You will find my goods first-
HARDW ARE, FARM
C IG A R S , T O B A C C O S
IM PLEM EN TS . ET C .
C O N F E C T IO N E R Y
We are here to
stay and to help you make Central Point worth
H. W a tk in s
J . H. CARLTON
Or anything else that you may need.
Paints and Oils
Help us with your printing orders.
:: ICE CREAM AND SODA
Central Point Herald
Pure Fresh Drugs and Medicines
Call and let us figure with you.
M A R Y A. M E E P r o p r ie to r
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EAGLE POINT. OR.
H ickory W agons, Buggies
C entral P oint P harmacy
Job Printing and we respectfully solicit your orders
Lumber, Doors, Windows,
Building Hardware, Old y
or will manufa-
cure from private
O U T
H. WARNER &
fully equipped to do all classes of Commercial and
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M arb le an d G ran ite
C em etery W orlc
class and my prices reasonable.
A bibliographic review and index of
Manufacturers of all classes of
You Pay for Printing
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Druggists* Sundries, Toilet Articles, Stationery
areful, Experienced Drivers.
Special attention to Commercial Men.
(Old Boswell Stand)
CENTRAL POINT, OREGON
UndfrqrounJ-W dler literature
Daily Stage to Eagle Point.
Murphy & Downing
“Ivy Leaf Saloon”
“The Ann Arbor cutter de
mands $40 of us,’ it is satisfied
with $28 in Buenos Ayres.
g sa m ï n
“The cultivator which is priced
to you at $30, is sold to the South
American farmer for $22.
“The list could be lengthened
to an almost indefinite extent.
“The general result, the ruin
ous fact, is that the tariff has
become a colossal trap in which
the trust holds the American con
sumer, while it imports cheap
foreign labor, uses it to combat
American labor, and thus, com
pelling the American consumer
to pay two prices, is enabled to
go abroad and undersell the
Rest Quality of
European manufacturer in his
o w n market.
"The history of mankind has
never presented such a frightful
scene of capitalistic exploita
Ilighest Prices PnM for Farm
H O TEL IN C ONNECTION
:- S h o rty W illiam s, Prop.
W i Ison & C h a p m a n
$ 60 .
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F. K. D euel . Vice-President
WM. S. C kowell , President
C entral P oint H erald
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Eagle Point. Oregon
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