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CENTRAL POINT HERALD, THURSDAY, AUGUST >. 19W>.
WAGES OF COAL MINERS.
F ig u re s T a k e n F rom tlie B o o k s
the liilb e rto n C o llie r y .
The Sweet Cirl Graduate.
Beal the drums
Softly; here she comes.
Clothed in wisdom and 1 rather ffueos
A white dress
Casting a magic spell
Over the land
And -helping us to understand
The whlchnesa of
And a few other
other t h 1 n g a
which the aver
age man la too
u n d ersta n d
W e are up to the
When the sweet
Steps forth with
And a smiling face
And tells you with eloquence and wit
Ail about It.
You will know her when
You see her by this description, though
she should be ampng ten
Thousand. Not another one in the whole
Lot could touch her with a ten foot pole.
When she speaks It is law.
The constitution may disagree, but,
That does not count
To a row of pins.
Out on her face
Regardless o f the facts In the
She can take the stand
Beat D av is A p p le .
A committee of the Arkansas State
Horticultural society, appointed to In
vestigate the origin o f the Black Ben
Davis apple, finds that it originated on
a farm owned by Alexander Black in
Washington county. Ark.; that it is of
the Ben Davis type and has some char
acteristics o f the Gano, but Is a sep
arate and distinct variety.
All Kinds of Kepdir Work
Since it is contended that the ques
tion o f wages Is the main Issue In the
coal miners' strike, the Pottsvllle (Fa.)
correspondent of the Philadelphia Pub
lic Ledger has taken the pains to ex
O f course there is more than one amine the pay roll of a colliery at Gll-
He was permitted to take
cause for inflamed udders. Sometimes berton.
It arises from exposure to cold, some from it statements o f actual wages
General Blacksmiths & Woodworkers
A gre ea b le F ru it G ro w in g.
times from Improper milking and paid for a period shortly before the
Puyallup, Wash., is said to be the
sometimes from the want o f cleanli strike. The locality does not matter,
HORSESHOEING A SPECIALTY
as the rates are the same everywhere.
home of a man -vho gets $1.000 a year
ness and sufllclent bedding In the stall.
These pay roils are made up semi
from one acre planted In berries. HU
It Is easy for any good farmer to find a monthly, and the one examined cov
We treat you and your horses right
crop consists of the Washington dew
preventive If not a remedy in such ered a period o f fourteen working days.
berry and red raspberries.
esses. There are other Instances where
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In the first instance, selected at ran
a veterinarian should be consulted.
dom, four miners had a contract fo-
F ru it Notes.
This subject Is discussed In the Dai robbing breasts at 55 cents per car.
The crop of Culiinyrna figs In Calif -
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ry World, and in one case not only the They had eighteen laborers workiug
nia Is estimated at sixty-five tons tui
enuse Is given, but the treatment. We
The date palm has long been known
quote: “ The udder o f deep milking tors on the contractors’ account. They
produced 851) carloads, amounting to
to withstand large quantities o f alkali.
cow s Is very sensitive, and nine-tenths
»527 .45. * Tbe supurlntundeiit remarked
Tbe Black Diamond Is a new black
o f the cases are caused by taking cold. in passing that a large proportion of
berry that is attracting attention in
“ Decently one o f the windows in a this product was worthless rock, but
It Is said to be a very
eow barn was raised a little on a warm it was charged and paid for as coal
large, fine berry, thoroughly black.
day and was left open during the Bince there is no dockage in the Schuyl- j
Black raspberries are said to be high
night. The next morning the cow I kill region. The same men had a con
In tbe favor o f tbe robins, second tc
atanding nearest the window had a
swollen udder. During the night she with their other work, at $5 per yard
'T h e i r G o o d a a r e P i r a t -c l a a s
took cold from the draft, and it settled
P R O F E S S I O N A L
In the udder. Closing the window a ft ed $100 to their total earnings, making
er the evening milking would have
O R E G O N
ducted $458.08, paid to their laborers. I All the questions o f the day
avoided the trouble.
In her own sweet way.
“ For treatment the udder was fre and colliery charges for supplies Peace, war
DR. P L E A S A N T S
quently bathed with hot water, amounting to $30.53; total, $488.00, And a score
Centriti l ’ oint, Oregon
scrubbed vigorously until dry, and leaving the contractors a profit of Of the intricate questions o f the hour
Melt before her power.
vaseline was applied. Generally a $138.79. But, as three o f them worked She
physic is recommended, but with the fourteen days each, while the other How, when, which, what, wherefore,
whence and all those
treatment described we have not found worked but thirteen, their pay was di
vided accordingly, and they received Things.
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“ If cow s are allowed to lie on the
mind to play
The men working for these contract Her
In her modest way
damp, cold ground they are likely to
P h y sicia n unci S u rg e o n
ors were paid, according to their tech And quietly settles all affairs o f state
take cold. If the udder begins to cuke
nical status, as miners and laborers, While you wait.
EAGLE POINT, OREGON
before calving follow the remedy pre
the former at the rate o f $12 per week
scribed and milk out.
(basis price), plus the 10 per cent noted
“ Daily access to salt is important,
above, the latter at the rate o f $10.20 | “ Willie, did you say your prayers ?”
because if salt is given only occasion
per week, plus 10 per cent. The lat- i “ Nope.”
MRS. MARY ASHURST
ally they will take too much, causing
ter, when they worked full time, re
“ W hy not?”
Cigars, Tobaccos, Confectioneries and Soft Drinks
abnormal thirst, followed by drinking ceived $27.59, a shade less than $2 a
— Teacher o f —
“ I missed ’em last night and today I
too much cold water, which of'.en re day, while of the former <*ne ludustri- j
ICE CREAM PARLORS IN CONNECTION
licked a boy who didn’t, so what’s tbs
sults In a cold."
P ia n o a m l O rg a n
ous man who had no regard for the j u se?'
Do Not Use D ish cloth s.
eight hour principle and made three
Central Point, Oregon
Post Office Building
Old unclean dishcloths should never and one-half days’ overtlmo mndo
W eather Note.
Inquire o f Pleasants’ Hotel.
be used for wiping dairy utensils aft »37.20.
“ Boy. does it get very hot in this
er they have been steamed or subject
In another case four contract miners country?”
ed to the hot alkali solutions, as the cut twenty-six cubic yards of coal at
“ Hot? I should say so! In July the DR. A. 13. S W E E T
genus which are lodged 111 the cloth »5 a yard, amounting to »130, and hens lay nothing but hard boiled eggs!” :
will be again distributed over the sur drove thirteen and a half yards of
PH YSICIAN AND SURGEON.
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face’ o f the vessels, thus reinfecting heading at $2 a yard. They employed
o f Women and Children a
them, says Oscar Erf In American one man for six days at $12 a week The Fourth with crackers, horns and
I f utensils must bo and charged for Ills time at co st Their
In memory is a blur,
Day and Night Calls Answered
wiped dry, it is always best to use a total earnings were $177.03; but. as in
But it will take time for the thumbs
course linen cloth which has previ
To grow on as they were.
ously been steamed or boiled. Scrub
brushes are the best articles for use
P a in tin g . D e c o r a tin g a n d P a p e r «
In clennlng dairy utensils. Coarse j received $50.05.
“ Do you think automobillng la
H o n g 1 11 u I n
A ll it« B r a n c h e s .
linen cloths may also be used, but they
require more care in keeping them Inspection o f the pay roll was that com
“ Yes, for the man who looks at It
clean. The same methods for clean paratively few of either miners or la
C E N T R A L P O IN T , O R . U
from a second story w indow ."
ing utensils should be followed for borers made full time. Some worked
cleaning cloths. With these precau
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Permanently located in JO NES’ CASH
tions dairy utensils can be kept sani most o f them worked from ten to thir
“ Did you hear about the man who
teen days each, while a few, as has
STORE, Central Point.
tary with but little expense.
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I been noted, made overtime. The work fell in love with bis w ife?”
A R llfm o re J e rse y .
“ No. Poor fellow, couldn’t the doc j Written guarantee on all work for 12
was there, and they might have had It,
Onr Illustration is that o f Blue Nun, but they were not disposed to exeit tors do anything for him ?"
months. High grade watch repairing
the Imported Jersey cow o f the Bllt- themselves.
1 a specialty.
more herd In North Carolina. She
Too Great a Shock.
has a butter test o f eighteen pounds
' Gold, silver, steel and soft soldering i J
He save a pretty girl his seat.
E V A N S ’ M O T O R C A R R ID E .
I • • STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS
ONLY WHITE HELP EMPLOYED • >
and five and a half ounces in seven
” 1 thank you, sir,” ahe said.
A t such a new experience
H o w th e A d m ira l W an Caret! o f I I I . j
Of course the man fell dead.
D esire to Duy au A u to m o b ile .
the jew eler’ s line. Old gold andsilver ”
taken in exchange.
A Washington dispatch to the New j
Getting Good Measure.
York Herald Is as follow s:
“ I believe there are microbes in this
A story Is told o f how Admiral Bob !
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Evans was cured of his desire for an t ice cream.”
"K eep still or they will be charging
automobile. He was riding In one of j
Central Point, Oregon
those machines with a friend in NAw you extra for them.”
Jeffers & Peart
Do Y ou
FURNITURE OR CARFcTS?
W e e k s & B a k e r ;:
G . S. MOORE=
Hay & Learned
P . J . Hicken
------ Jew eler--------
F. H. W EBB
days, made on the Biltmore farms
first prize at the Pan-American as cow
and produce; dam o f Gay Nun, sweep
stakes cow at the Charleston expos!
fion, 1902; sire Nunthorpe, by Golden
Lad and out o f Alicante; 10,000 pounds
o f milk with one calf and winner of
many sweepstakes on the Island of
Jersey and in England. She is out o f
Blue Belle, the grandam o f Financial
King, Guenon's Lad. etc., and has to
her credit three public butter records
made on the island o f Jersey, besides
several prizes in the show ring. This
photograph is untouched and shows
this splendid animal as she now is.
Making: Cream S eparale.
York. A fter the spin through Central
park had become most Invigorating
the captain became talkative with tbe
“ You are the very man I want to
talk to,” he remarked. “ I have been
thinking for some time o f buying one
o f these flying machines for myself,
and I want some expert advice as to
what brand o f wings to purchase.”
“ I ’ve driven every kind of machine
that there is,” returned the affable en
gineer—"steam, gasoline, electric and
all—and I guess I know ’em all from a
"W ell, now, my man,” returned the
admiral, warming up to tbe gentleman
ly steerer, “ if you were going to buy a
machine for your own self what kind
would you select?”
"W ell, sir,” replied cabby, “ if I was
to buy one I’d save up my money and
buy a hoss.”
The admiral is still without an auto.
Professor McKay o f the Iowa Agri
cultural college says that they have
been able to Improve tbe quality o f F n o le H e n ry on Fnnnlnic o f the Horne.
the butter from farm separator cream Every little while they tell ua th a v. the
horse has got to go;
very materially bv diluting the cream
with milk to 10 per cent, then running First the trolley was Invented, 'causa th«
horses went so slow,
the mixture through the separator and And they told us that we'd better not
skimming a 50 per cent cream. About
keep raisin' colts no more;
20 per cent starter is then added and When the street cars got to moting that
the horses pulled before,
tbe cream ripened in the ordinary I thought
It was all over for old Fan and
Doll and Kit;
Cow« In W in te r .
I f cows begin to fall off in milk dur
ing the winter after being given nn
abundance o f grain and hay it is an
Indication that the quarters are cold
or that they require some kind o f suc
culent food. Where ensilage is used it
serves as green food, bat on farms
where no silo is filled tbe food may be
varied by allowing sliced carrots or
turnips, though the best results can be
secured by first cooking the turnips
and thickening the mess with bran.
When fed warm the cow will relish the
(ness highly, and the change o f food
will improve the appetite.
S'posed the horse was up and done for,
but he ain't went yit.
When the bike craze first got started,
people told ua right away,
A m you probably remember, that the
horse had saw his day.
People put away their buggies and went
kitin’ round on wheels;
There were lots and lots o f horses didn’t
even earn their meals.
I used to stand and watch ’em, with
their bloomers as they’d flit.
And I thought the horse was gain', but
he ain’t went yit.
Then they got the horseless carriage and
they said the horse was done.
And the story's been repeated twenty
times by Edison;
Every time he gita another of his bat
teries to go
M e th o d , o f W ilk i n .
Ho comes whoopin' out to tell us that
The Pennsylvania departmri t o f ag
♦ he horse don’ t stand a show.
riculture has Just Issued an imeresting And you'd think to see these chauffeurs,
as they go a-chauffln’, It
and instinctive bulletin entitle : “ Meth Was goodby to Mr. Dobbin, but hs ain't
ods o f Milking,’’ .ritten by 1 -ofeaeor
T. W. WolJ o f the Wisconsii
teent station. It is illustrated
ty three engravings. The lm
o f the subject the high stands
author and the completenes
work combine to make this b
moot useful one. It is free to
iranlans who request it by po
o f the secretary of agriculture
burg. Pa„ and every datrynn
n t.tr Should have a copy
1 o f the
When the people git to flyiu* In the air, I
s’pose they'll say.
As we long have been a-sayin*. that ths
horse has had his day,
And I s'pose that some old feller Jlst
about like me’ll stand
Where it’ s
and watch the horses
haulin’ stuff across the land.
And he'll mebby think as X do, while the
crowds above him flit,
•*Oh, they gny the horse is done for, hot
he ain’ t went yit!”
—S. E. Kiser lo Chicago Record-Her aid.
•; New and Second-hand Furniture ; ; j
S p e c ia l A tt e n tio n
Bought and Sold
Special by the Week
P a id to T r a v e lin g M en • •
guilty," said the lawyer.
i 44Yes," agreed tbe old farmer, "except
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i 1 chicken thief."
n o o k s In S eries.
W hile it is certainly a pretty sight tc
see a long row o f books in a neat ant’
uniform binding, like soldiers on pa
rade, there is a distinct loss o f lndi
viduality. As you glance over youi
books upon their shelves it is pleasanl
to recognize them from their outward
dress. They keep themselves better in I
mind if each one is not exactly like its
neighbors. You are even likely to for-
get what you have if you cannot know ;
them from across the room.
W e often go to the bookcase looking
simply for "something to read," and
then it is an advantage to know each
book at the first glance. O f course thii i
does not apply so strongly to the w orks!
of a single author. These belong In a
uniform, and you know what is among (
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I also carry a fine lot o f Confec-
tionery, Cigars and Tobacco and
receive the finest Bread and Pas-
try in the valley every day.
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F. W. HUDSON
J. H. FITZGERALD
Rogue River Electrical
M a in S t . - - - - C e n t r a l P oin t
I I I I I I I I
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Barber Shop J
GLENN OWEN, P rop .
Sleek Shaves and
Constructing, Contracting and
General Repairing. — Phone 831
MEDFORD, OREGON ”
C Street, Opposite Postoffice
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(Old Boswell Stand)
A Japanese woman flirts—aa far a«
■he knows tbe meaning o f the word—
with her sleeves and fan and not with
her eyes and smiles. By the different
movements o f the ends o f her kimono
sleeves she manages to convey to her
admirers all sorts o f unspoken roes
sages, and by the opening and shutting
o f her fan to the right or to the left
she can reject or accept the most
Her code signaling
with her sleeves and fan is quite aa
Item o f her social education.
CEN TRAL POINT, OREGON
D o w n in g ¿t E m r y
I t e a l K w tato A g e n t s
G EO . BROWN
farms, grain and fruit lands, stock ranches, unimproved
timber lands and gold-bearing quartz ledges, partly devel
oped. Business and residence property at reasonable prices.
We respectfully solicit the homeseekers’ patronage. Our
motto is, “ Small Commission and Square Dealing.”
F ren ch S o ld ie r»’ H a n d k e rc h ief».
The cotton handkerchiefs provided
for French soldiers have printed upon
them a number o f sanitary precepts to
be observed on tbe march and during a
campaign and are further decorated
with medallions containing pictures of
officers o f all gradse. the different uni
forms being so distinctly portrayed
that a French private can tell at s
glance to w bat grade any officer be
may see belongs.
Best Quality o f
i; Rural Dairy
J am e s E. G r ie v e ,
pr o p .
“ Cleanliness and Good
Measure,’ ’ Our Motto.
Fresh, Rich Milk delivered
to customers in any qua: -
tity, morning or evening.
-W ell She M ig h t
An old German historian o f Tubin
gen describes an attack by the French
in 1674 during which eighteen persona
were killed by the exploding o f a
A soldier’s w ife was thrown
the distance o f an acre. Sbe was not
hurt, the chronicler adds quaintly,
“ but she scolded terribly and waa lr
a very bad humor ”
C e n tra l P o in t
We now have the exclusive sale o f some fine alfalfa
Highest Prices Paid for Farm
P o st s
an d S h a k e s f o r
BUTTER D ELIVER! ).
EAGLE POINT, OR.
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