Central Point herald. (Central Point, Or.) 1906-1917, August 02, 1906, Image 2

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    CENTRAL POINT HERALD. THURSDAY, AUGUST 2, 1906.
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Central Point Market
F irst N a tio n a l B a n k
C entral P oint H erald 'w“
E. A. FORD, P rop .
local newspaper
devoted to the interests o f Central
Point and the Rogue River Valley.
Published Every Thursday.
Subscription price, $1.50 ‘per year, in
advance.
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 2, 1906.
WORK Of THE LEAGUE
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J. ¡1. G A Y
M e d fo rd , O re g o n
| P aid U p C apital , $25,000
Aa independent
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L ancaster & P attison , P ublishers
S. A. P attison , E ditor .
J. E. L ancaster , B usiness M anager
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DEALER IN
S tockholders ’ L iability , $50,000
Fresh and Cured Meats £
FA IR DEALING, SAFETY, SECURITY
We do a conservative banking business. Always safe-guarding our customers’
interests equally with our own. W e S olicit Y our A ccount .
^ D irectors :— W. S. Crowell, F. K. Deuel, E. V. Carter, Chas. Strang, Geo. W.
Dunn.
M. L. ALFORD, C ashier .
Rough and Dressed Lumber, Shingles,
Doors, Windows, Etc.
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
' agreement between the government
; and said company,
| Now, therefore, be it resolved that
the said railroad company is requested
to take immediate steps to place its
lands on the market, in conformity
with the terms and agreements o f its
grants; that upon failure to do so that
the attention o f the governor and the
attorney-general o f the state o f Ore­
gon, the government department at
Washington and our representatives in
congress be called to the situation and
that all reasonable and honorable e f­
forts be made toward compelling said
railroad company to comply with the
terms and provisions o f its railroad
land grant.
Resolved, that the secretary o f this
league forward a copy o f this resolu­
tion to the proper railroad officials as
soon as practicable and,
Be it further resolved, that a com­
mittee o f four be appointed to prepare
and present to this league for adoption
a proper memorial for presentation at
Washington and to our members in
congress, and to the governor and at­
torney-general and legislature o f the
state o f Oregon.
work being at­
by the Rogue
River Valley Development league
is either not appreciated or mis­
understood by many of the peo­
ple of Jackson and Josephine
counties is shown by the lack of
interest manifested in the work
ot the league by the people at
large in many sections of the two
counties. Many seem to be of
the opinion that the league has
been organized for the special
benefit of a few rather than for
the general welfare of the Rogue
river valley, but the scope of the
work being attempted should
The committee has been ap­
convince any man that such is pointed and the league proposes
not the case.
to take vigorous steps to bring
One matter of general import­ this important matter to a focus
ance that has been taken up by with a view to having these
by league is the withdrawal of lands placed on the market and
its lands from market by the the spirit and letter of the stat­
Southern Pacific Railway com­ ute by which they were ceded to
pany and the absolute refusal of the railroad carried out. Every
the company to sell such lands citizen will admit that this plan
to settlers at any price, when it of work, if carried out, will result
is known that the lands were in great benefit to the material
ceded to the railroad by the gov­ development of the valley, but
ernment with the express under­ they should remember that such
standing that they should be sold work cannot well be carried to a
to bonafide settlers in parcels of successful issue without the
not more than 160 acres to any moral and financial support of the
purchaser at a price not to ex­ people generally.
ceed $2.50 per acre.
The cost of membership in the
This matter was taken up by league, if secured through a
the league some time ago and membership in the Central Point
the detriment being worked to commercial club, is only 50 cents
the development of the valley by membership fee and fifty cents
such a policy was pointed out by [ yearly dues. Persons not aflil-
several prominent citizens o f the liated with any local body will be
county on that occasion. As a ' admitted to membership in the
result, the secretary was in­ central organization by payment
structed to write a letter to the of $2.50. Can we not all help out
Southern Pacific land agent ask j in this work of development in
ing if this policy was to be con­ that small amount? Let’s boost
tinued for an indefinite period the membership, neighbors; it
and, if it is to be changed, what will help us all as the country is
plan, price and terms will prob­ I settled up and becomes pros­
ably be adopted in disposing of perous.
these lands.
The letter was written and at
A STRANGE DISEASE
the league meeting held at
Grants Pass recently the reply T A N D F R A U D I C I T I S is
frort\ Charles W. Eberlein, acting j L* the latest disease to become
land agent of the company, was | epidemic in Oregon. The symp­
read. Mr. Eberlein’s reply did toms are extreme nervousness,
not answer any o f the league's aversion to the society of Francis
inquiries but simply referred to 1 J. Heney and Judge Hunt, great
the sad havoc wrought by the weakness when in sight of the
earthquake at San Francisco last ! federal court building in Portland
spring and stated that until his and unusual agility and improved
department recovered from the ¡appetite when the victim believes
•ffects of the quake that he 1 there are no secret service men
•ould give out no information looking. Some victims of the
relative to the sale of lands.
strange malady indulge in horse­
The matter was discussed at back riding in the moments that
some length by the league mem­ they think they are alone out in
bers present, the discussion cul­ the country, and in Hoods of tears
minating in the introduction of when they are brought into court.
the following resolution by E. D. Another strange feature of the
Briggs, of Ashland, and its disease is that reputable physi­
unanimous adoption by the ex­ cians diagnose it as mostly “ pos­
ecutive board :
sum.” It attacks only persons who
W hereas , a large percentage o f the
are under indictment for partici­
land» o f Jackson anil Josephine coun­
ties is owned by the Oregon and Cali­ pating in land frauds.
For Sale
Pasture fo r Cattle
Six acres first-class black bottom
land one-quarter mile from depot
Good 5-room honse with pantry and
bath, good barn 40x40 and other neces­
sary buildings One acre in choice
bearing fruii and garden plot, balance
o f tract in alfalfa
Price, *2000 For
terms, etc , enquire o f or address,
W S E achus , Central Point, Or
I have 100 acres o f good pasture,
with plenty o f good water and good
feed, four miles north o f Central Point,
near Tolo. Will rent for cattle only.
For price, etc., call on or address
10dl3
J. A. S hields , Tolo, Ore.
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Kitchen
Blacksmithing
blacks-
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East Pine Street
A. P. G illrit & Son
A. H A W K
O eneral
Central Point
B la ck sm ith in < r
Repair work o f all kinds.
Wood Turning and Scroll Work.
Horseshoeing and Wagonwork
Cast Iron Brazing
CENTRAL POINT, OR.
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J. C. W ilson
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Central Point
HOTEL IN CONNECTION
Livery Stables
E. C hapman
w ils o n
Kandy
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 hot cup
o f coffee, butter and bread or cake for 10c and a
little better for 15c, and a good square meal for
25c. I f 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. W e also carry fresh bread and cakes
and pies o f all kinds.
A W ORD TO THE BOYS AND GIRLS
Young and old—Think o f i t ' Ice cream and
cake, 10c; milk shake. 5c: ice cream soda, 5c.
Home made candies at from 15c to 25c per lb.
Shorty Williams, Prop.
& C h a p m a n
£
C ontractors a n d B uilders
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X Special attention to Commercial Men.
Carpentry and Joining in all its branches
Estimates Furnished.
Fast Horses, First-class Rigs, areful. Experienced Drivers.
Daily Stage to Eagle Point.
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CENTRAL POINT, OR.
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J . W . J a c o b s & Co.
Manufacturers o f all classes o f
Murphy & Downing
M a rb le a a i G ranite
C em etery W o r k
“ Ivy Leaf Saloon”
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Designs furnished
or will manufa-
cure from private
drawings.
Our Granite Quarries, near Central Point, are
the finest on the Coast. Electric polishing
machines in our local factory. Iron fencing.
Fine Cold ALBANY BEER on draught
or by the bottle, for personai delivery
CEN TRAL POINT, OREGON
or by express or freight.
Central Point trade solicited.
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PRINTING THAT
P harmacy
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PRINTING
PLEASES
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PARTICULAR
PEOPLE
PEOPLE
WHO PAY
Pure Fresh Drugs and Medicines
Druggists’ Sundries, Toilet Articles, Stationery
Books, Etc. ■— ■ ■
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You Pay fo r Printing
And We Print fo r Pay
When in the city give me a call.
You will find my goods f i r s t -
class and my prices reasonable.
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£
fornia railroad companv and much o f
said holdings embrace mining lands
B r y a n and McClellan are said j-
that if prospected and developed would
to
have met and loved in London £
furnish profitable employment for a
large number o f laborers, and embrace and to have formed an alliance £
timber lands that would furnish ma­ which is designed to land the ;£
terial for many commercial lumber nomination for presidency and
mills and grazing, farm and fruit lands vice-presidency in their respect­
sufficient to support thousands o f agri
ive laps. The statement is made
culturists, horticulturists and stock
that, with Mac for second place
men, and
Whereas, for a number o f years last on the ticket, the Nebraskan is
past under one pretext or another all the unanimous choice of the
such railroad lands have been with­ Cleveland wing of the party, in
drawn from sale and neither settlers
such a case, of course. McClellan £
nor miners could or can purchase the
would i>e the tail o f the ticket, £
same at all, and
Whereas, the Rogue River Valley but it is almost equally certain r
Development league believe the policy that if such a combination has £
•f said railm id company is detrimental been formed. Mr. Bryan has £
to the interests o f said counties and a c i t h e r » a
■! his opin ion s on £
healthy development o f the same and various nuestions o f state or else X
contrary to the provisions and spirit o f it must lie the opinion of the £
the statutes granting lands to said Cleveland wing that it will be a £
»omp»n\ nn.1 in tier'gallon o f the cur.«’ of the tail wagging the dog. ^
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IS TO OUR
INTEREST
TO TURN OUT
Printing that will please our customers.
CENTRAL POINT
We are
OREGON
fully equipped to do all classes of Commercial and
Job Printing and we respectfully solicit your orders
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VISITING CARDS
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£ HARDWARE. FARM
IMPLEMENTS, ETC.
BUSINESS CARDS
CONFECTIONERY j;
We are here to
stay and to help you make Cer .ral Point worth
while.
CIG ARS, T O B A C C O S
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Or anything else that you nay need.
Call and let us figure with you.
£
£ £ Proprietary Medicines,
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Paints and Oils : : : :
Help us with your printing rders.
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