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CENTRAL POINT HERALD. THURSDAY. AUGUST M. 1H0»;.
Cau’ t jau ten that thoae
As Y ou G o Through Life—
T a k in g the One t'hnnoe.
screens are for the back bedrooms up
Never fall In politeness, which Is aa
When President Garfield lay on what
pr.ned to lie his deatlilied he was told au»> as its opposite.
All Kinds of Repair Work
He sat down, breathing hard and
If you can’ t love men don’t show
by the doctor* that he hud oue chunce
glowering at me. and I ran up and got
your dislike for them.
the right screens uud fitted them in a lu a thousand o f pulling through, lie
Be silent if you have nothing worth
Jiffy. He felt ushumed of his display said, “ I II take that oue chance.” Alas,
o f temper uud started In to tell me that it didn't save hlui. but iiiuuy a soul saying
Never try to be funny or to avoid It.
he didn’t believe I was lu the conspir pulls through this bitter life with only
Keep busy, und don’t expect anything
Coolc Tells of the Desperate Strug acy to saw his leg off. but I did not one cbuuee at the start for success.
stop to listen to the whole of It. A few Recently another blind girl has scured good to go on of Itself.
gles He Underwent In
minutes later 1 heard him going up-1 success in educating herself by sheer j
Make up your mind that most things
stairs, putting each foot down as If '
persistence lu the single avenue left to that should be done must be done at a
stamping off snow, and then all was |
quiet for ten minutes. 1 then felt It n |
HORSESHOEING A SPECIALTY
Work for what you wuat Instead of
duty I ow ed to Mrs. Bowser to go up I head all was not lost. The career of
treat you and your horses right
SURPRISE FOR HIS WIFE and rescue him. H e had torn down !
Make vour wisdom out of yonr great
curtains and pole from one of the from birth, has mastered four lan
front windows uud moved both bed guages nnd musle, Is a lesson to peo est defect. You cun do most In curing r-t-i-H -M -M -M -■M-I-l-I-l-l-l I I M -H
Before H e W as Through It H ad Be (irid bureau in his efforts to lit the ple who complain that fortune has glv- this.
kitchen door to u window not half its eu them no chance to get on.
Change everything about you that
come Necessary to Turn In
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size. He was looking around for some
In this country there Is always a you don’t want to be.
living thing to pour out the vials of
a Fire Alarm
his wrath on when he caught sight of
Many o f the senators o f the United In you.
me and burst out with:
rOopyrlght, 1906, by C. H, Sutcliffe.]
Keep clean aud appear so.
*‘I was just about to call you. l)o States liegaa life at the humblest em
n E other evening I henrd Mrs.
Look as well as you can with your
you deny that you have gone nnd ployments opcu to poor lads—driving
Bowser saying to Mr. Bowser tucked nil extra piece on to this scree:,
team, spreading hay, doing shop chores means, und when old look more to
that It was time to put up fly in order to spite me?”
and selling papers. Garfield himself dress to relieve the ugllnexa of age.
screens and asking him 1 1 he
Needed New Pair o f Eye«.
Give up at fifty the hope of being
drove team on the towputb. Some boys
wouldn't send up u carpente to do the
•'Haven’ t you got eyes in your head’/ ” are the lietter off for having no chance loved except by your family.
I asked. “ If I had a brother ten years to drop Into a place made for them.
Don't try when old to appear young
"Not on your life!” he exclaimed lu old who couldn’ t tell the difference be Most chances have their llmltatloos. A or “cute."
reply. "There are twelve windows and
^rheir Quod a are Kirat-claeia
boy cannot get very far who takes up
Learn to attempt what you ought to
twelve fly screens to fit them. A car screen I’d get a pair of glass eyes for with what oumes as the gift o f for do as readily us what you want to do.
penter would lie about six days, at an
Be natural, but don't show your
“ Are you claiming that that is n tune. It is not necessary to stick to .
expense of $3 a day, putting them up. screen door?” he whooped.
the towpath, the stable and the buy- meanest nature.
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while I cuu do the work In oue hour.”
‘ ‘Of course it is. Isn’ t it tw o feet too fiokl because one’s lines are cast there
Learn to like your destiny.
"But when you put them up lust year long for the window? Isn’t there pan at the beginning. These callings are
If there Is nothing much that you
you got raad and broke a clotheshorse els to it? Isn’ t there a handle on ItV ! only a chance to get acquainted with want to do more thuu another, there I*
I’ m only a poor girl, sir, with a red j
at the back door.”
work, to measure one’s capacity for nothing much that you will he more
"Never! You are thinking o f som« headed mother and a fellow with a | usefulness. One chance o f the kind is than another.
other man and some other house. Nev
all a boy needs for success if he has
Expect leas and attempt more.
elephant from 11 mouse.”
er got mad and never broke a clothes-
Let your pleasure be profitable and
•Til be lmngtxl if you ain’ t right,” j the right stuff In lilm, and if he has It
horse. In a day or two I shall put the he said, with n smile, after taking a j not u thousand chances fur preferment your business pleasurable.
screens up myself and suve the $18.”
long look at the door. “ I suppose 1 | In the race for wealth and prominence
Do good and feel good.
Mrs. Bowser said no more. I think must have been thinking about trad ! wouldn’t do him any good.
G . S.
Make your working as enjoyuble as
she was intending to get a man to do lug the house and lot for a chicken j
the work and pay him out of her own farm. You needn’ t mention the luei- 1
Learn to do without what you can’ t
A Square D eal F or the H orse.
poeket, but the next afternoon while dent to Mrs. Bowser. Thanks for com- j
she was out shopping Mr. Bowset iug up. I am sure I can manage the j Various humane societies lu towns have, what you shouldn't have nnd
Cigars, Tobaccos, Confectioneries and Soft Drink*
and cities are doing good work In what you won’t have.
ICE CREAM PARLORS IN CONNECTION
If you have net what you want, see
As I went downstairs I left lilm I checking cruel abuses o f draft horses.
whistling aw ay and feeling better. He Most large centers nre comparatively what la the matter with you.
got the screens into the windows after | free from flagrant offenses in the treat
Post Office Building
Central Point, OragOf,
half ail hour’s work, strung out by ment o f horses, such as whipping un
Ills trying to make them tit bottom side : mercifully and overloading. But there
D reyfus V indicated.
up, and then lie came down to the
Many years ago Zola and other ad
kitchen with the screen door. He had ! are cruelties sometimes due to thought
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recovered all his pomposity and con j lessness or Ignorance, especially In the herents o f the persecuted French army
celt, and lie didn’t mind upsetting the j hot season. A farmer with a large officer Dreyfus predicted that the Judg
clotheshorse as lie dragged the screen load to haul to a distant market will ment of the court murtial which In 181X1 ■ • ■1- H - H - H - 1- M- I-M- 1- 1- H- H - I-I-1- I- H -H -! I 1-H I I I I I 1 I I H ’ H -1- H -M -»
through. I watched him as ho stood | start at daybreak or even before if he fonnd him guilty o f treason to his flag
the door up. It was top side down. | has moonlight or starlight and the would one day be reversed. The court
He stood back and surveyed it and roads are good. Ills horses will rest recommended him to mercy, and he
shook his head and muttered:
In the heat o f the day or else make the wns Immediately pardoned by the ex
“ If Mrs. Bowser has been fooling
home trip with a light load.
ecutive. For seven years he lived on
with this door she’ ll hear from me in
fe in t in g , D e c o r a tin g a n d P a p e r *
I11 cities where the streets nre well under the taint o f having been found
a way to make her tired.”
H a n g in g
B ra n ch e s,
lighted It Is possible to do most o f the guilty.
“ You’ve got it wrong side up, sir,” I
henvy hauling when there Is no broil
ventured to say.
Recently the whole o f Fraiice wel
ing sun to agoulze the horses. This Is comed the quashing of the verdict of
“ Ah, yes. S’moro o f my absentmind
CENTRAL POINT, OR.
edness. I was thinking about those the rule in many countries where the the court martini. It has been Hhown
chickens again. If Mrs. Bowser tries sun Is fierce for all kinds o f hauling.
that the evidence npon which he waa
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to pump you switch her off. The door As an Innovation here It would be at
Is right side up now’ and fits like a tended with some Inconvenience, but condemned waa fogged, that witnesses k l-t-H- l- H - l- H - H -H -l-l 'M-l- l- l-H -l H I ■H -H -l H -H H -I-H -H -H -H -M-
perjured themselves nnd that testimo
the horse will do more work in the ny favoring the accused was sup
He soon had the hinges screwed fast
long run If spared the torture o f heat pressed. Fortunately vindication does
and the door swinging back and forth,
ALL, o r A SVDI'KN THE HOUSE SHOOK,
but I was holding out for what came and flies. Fidelity to his master works not come too late. Dreyfus lives to ; ; d-HH- l- l- H- H - l- l-H ' l-H - l- H - l- l- H - l-l I I I l-l-l I I M U M -l I I I I I I I 1 1
came home. It was at about 3 o'clock, | next. Most any sort o f a baldheaded hardship for the horse, and some day confront his fellow countrymen freed
and when I looked surprised lie ex man can reining a screen door, because 1 perhnps our dumb servants will be from the taint put upon him. True,
ONLY WHITE HELT EMFLOTED
there are all the marks of last year. I given a share nt least o f that thought
his career has been blighted, but he is
“ It's all right, Sarah. Business Isn’t but when you come to put on the ful care now extended to them In the hero o f one o f the most remarks
driving Just now, and I'm home to put spring to keep it closed—that’s differ heathen lands.
ble victories over national prejudice
those screens up. They are up in the ent. Mr. Bowser went ahead with the
and racial fury the work! has evsr wtt
greatest confidence in himself, whis
storeroom, I suppose?"
“ D on ’ t G ive l'p the Ship!’ ’
“ Yes, sir, but they need to be dusted tling as he worked, but when the spring
It is a far cry in heroism o f the deck
off. I am Ironing today ami can't help
from the brave Lawrence, who, dying,
Central Point, Oregon
exclaimed, “ Don’t give up the ship!”
lie Wns Pn/.*l«-d.
S u r p r i s e F o r S ir s , B.
“ Never mind the dusting. The style j “ More o f Mrs. Bowser,” I hoard hlui to liojestvensky sanctioning surrender
S fecial A ttention
this summer Is to have fly screens look ! growl ns he tried to make the door to save human life. Lawrence went
Special by the Week
DR. PLE A SA N TS
P aid to T raveling M e n
Into the fight against odds; but, hav
as ancient as possible. Mrs. Bowser 1
C e n tra l P o in t, O re g o n
out, eh? Well, I'll hustle the screens he had made a mistake. Instead of ing given the signal to light the Brit
taking the spring off and turning it
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up and give her n surprise.”
ish frigate Shannon “ till she strikes or
He was Into his old clothes and bring :
sinks," there w h s nothing for a hero to
lng the screens down In ten minutes |
do hut stay In the fight until laid out
W .V I . W . I». H O L T . M . D .
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I f each screen had ever been marked I side In. It wouldn’t fit that way, and
for a ccrtalu window the marks had I told him that it wouldn’ t, and then by tlie British fire. This Lawrence did.
r. W. HUDSON
Although the Chesapeake finally sur
been painted out, and Mr. Bowser had be let go o f his tenqier and shouted at
J. H. riTZGSRALD
rendered to the Shannon, the art came
EAGLE POINT, OREGON
to go by guesswork. lie began with me:
“ I told you right at the start that it after Lawrence and all his officers had
the parlor windows first. I heard him
knocking and hanging and pounding was a eonsptraey! When Mrs. Bowser fallen. It was up to Rojestvensk.v, en
away for a long time, and then he comes home"—
Rogue River Electrical
tering the battle against Togo in the
MRS. MARY ASHURST
" I can put that door on in five niiu-
called from the head of the basement
face o f odds, to tight his men and ships
— Teacher o f —
to the death. I.a wren re bequenthed to
“ You can't in !>,000 years."
“ Sarah, I want you for a moment."
With that he picked it up and sent it
When I got up, there he stood In a
Piano and Organ
dramatic attitude pointing to one of flying over the fenee into a neighbor’s
the windows with outstretched arm. yard, but In stepping back his foot can live In history by comparison with
Constructing, Contracting and
Inquire o f Pleasants’ Hotel.
and the red wns coining and going In struck something nnd he went over Lawrence only as a mistake. Death in
General Repairing. — Phone 831
backward and hit his head against one the Korean strait would have immor
his face and neck.
"D o you see It?" he hoarsely whis o f the clothesline posts. I ran out to talized him.
DH. A. B. SW E E T
him with a scream, nnd In five minutes
pered as he still pointed.
C Street, Opposite Postofficc
MEDFORD, OREGON ; ;
“ I see that the screen is short for there were a policeman, n tramp and
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
The railway rate bill and general leg- i
three or four l>oys around him, and I
the window, sir."
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“ Yes, yon see it is all o f six inches was pouring water on him by the pail lslatfon for the control o f corjiorntloi^ Diseases o f Women and Children a
too short. W hy? Answer me why.”
"Because you've got the wrong screen
Day and Night Calls Answered.
Then It was that Mrs. Bowser ar nies, judging by the extensive building
for the window."
rived and quietly took charge. We got o f now trackage this year. The way j
"Because either you or Mrs. Bowser him Into the house and upon the sitting things have been going It looks os j
has sawed six Inches off the top to room lounge, while some one turned lu though 1 IMS) would make a good record
baffle me! Don't tell me that n fly a fire alarm and some one else called at railroad building.
screen con shrink six Inches In a season an ambulance. I can't tell bow long
li-e a l E rtta te A i f o n t s
C e n tra l P o in t
or that window frames eon lengthen Mr. Bowser lay unconscious, but his
G E O . BROW N
We now have the exclusive sale o f Home fine alfalfa
the same distance. By John, but” —
speech was plain when he suddcnly
asked the court to change his name
F o u n d J t ifflit S c r e e n .
opened his eyes, scrambled off the sofa
grain and fruit land«, stock ranches, unimproved
from John Tyscklewicsz to plain John
I pulled the aereen out of the win and yelled out:
dow and after a moment found the
“ Have I been going over Niagara Tldd had his prayer answered Instan
timber lands and gold-bearing quartz ledges, partly devel
right one and replaced It and returned falls or has Mrs. Bowser been trying taneously and unanimously, for no one
to my work without a word. lie look to murder me aguia?"
could argue the case on Its merits be- j
oped. Business and residence property at reasonable prices.
ed after me. and X hoard him mum
yond pronouncing John T.
We respectfully solicit the homeseekers’ patronage. Our
Ming under his breath. He got th *
motto is, “ Small Commission and Square Dealing.”
other Hcreen In after a good deal of
Says u foreign correspondent, “ John
banging, and d e u he started to fit
D. Rockefeller Is resting where Napo
those In the hark parlor. I knew th*U
leon rested.” We thought thst was St.
the screens he had down would never
Helena and that Rockefeller was to \
fit, but It wasn’ t ray business to butt
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Paris. Napoleon did not rest In France,
In. He moved the chairs around and
banged at the »ashes, and all of a sud
but was thence wrested to 8t. Helena.
den the bouse shook. I ran upstairs
J a m e s EL G r i e v e ,
to find him on the floor with one o f hi t
It had long been arranged In Berlin
Beat Quality of
feet through the wire screen. He wns
’ that In announcing the happy event ex-
that dazed that ho let me help him tip,
1 pected at the palace seventy-two can
"Cleanliness and Good
but no sooner was he on his feet th». 1
non shots would be fired for a girl and
Measure,” Our Motto.
he shouts« 1 out:
I 101 for a boy. Is that the German Idea
Fresh. Rich Milk deliver»)
” By the seventeen pipers, but I’ d
of the percentage* o f relative vnlne?
to customers in any quan-
have gore for this. Woman”—
I • >
**I am not Mrs. Bowser, sir.” I *2 I
Highest Prices Paid for Farm
tity, morning or evening.
Burgennetster— What ground for IQS
as he tried to kick the screen off h 4
The cornerstone o f a new village has
ptclon have yon flint the prisoner Is the
Iwen laid with great ceremony on
P osts and S hakes for S al *
“ But you helped her to put up t! 4
c r e a m , b u t t e r m il k
Uount Vesuvius. And think o f all the
Job to assassinate me.”
EAGLE POINT, OR.
« r e ly land there la vacant over her* la
” X o oue has tried to assassinate 7 .
the United States*
eumstancs. Fllegeode Blatter
Tou must hare stumbled and ft s
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FURNITURE OR CARPETS
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