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CENTRAL POINT HERALD, THURSDAY, AUGUST lö, 190C.
C entral P oint H erald
L ancaster & P attison , P ublishers
S. A. P attison , E ditor .
J. E. L ancaster , B usiness M anager
W m . S. C rowell , President
F ir s t N a t io n a l
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E. A. FORD, P rop .
J. H. G A Y
S tockholders ’ L iability , $50,000
FA IR DEALING, SAFETY, SECURITY
Fresh and Cured M
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.
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 atronace I s S olicited
foolish father who remarked, pointing
Pasture for Cattle
to a squailinng infant in its crib.
Six acres first-class black bottom
There is the master o f this house, ’ ’ j land one-quarter mile from depot
I have 100 acres o f good pasture,
was typical o f his generation.
The ' Good 6-room honse with pantry and
T he peek-a-boo waist to the , , .
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good bam 40x40 and other neces with plenty o f good water and good
baby is master and remains master sary
feed, four miles north o f Central Point,
more sombre solid fabric— “ I am through boyhood and youth.
The bearing fruit"and garden plot, balance
more holy than thou.”
comfort, even the health, o f parents j o f tract in alfalfa
Price, *2000 For near Tolo. Will rent fo r cattle only.
For price, etc., call on or address
etc , enfiuire_of or address,
are needlessly sacrificed to the whims i ter^ ’ £*c,t
S E achus , Central Point, Or
J. A. S hields , Tolo, Ore.
W h e n it comes to a show
all is not the uprearing o f a better gen- !
down, the peek-a-boo stocking
eration, but o f one which in morals and
also has its supporters.
and manners shows too many signs o f j
The melon-colic days are com e—the
Kindness and forbearance are essen
painfullest o f the year.
tial to the healthy nurture o f a child, J
The kid who fills on greenish ones will but authority is also necessary: and if
the parent cannot be both kind anu |
shed full many a tear
firm it will be better for the child if he
F . A . H A W K
W heeler c o u n t y will soon errs on the side o f severity,
G e n e r a l F 3 la c k » m lt h ln < v
monitions o f a stem parent sometimes
need to advertise for more peo lead to a reaction against restraint.
Repair work of all kinds.
ple, as it seems as if the old set This is admitted. But in the majority
Wood Turning and Scroll Work.
Horseshoeing and Wagon work
tlers will soon all be billed for o f cases there is no such reaction, and,
Cast Iron Brazing
McNeil’s isiand or some other
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early habits presently reasserts itself
free boarding resort.
and the youth returns most often to
the ways o f virtue.
On the other hand,
N ews must be scarce down at the flaccid discipline o f the modem
Portland, as the papers there re home fails to establish habits o f J. C. W ilson
E. C hapman
cently chronicled the fact that it rectitude in the young. It inculcates
rained a light shower in that nothing but the habit o f yielding to
impulse. It makes the youth a creature
town in eight-line scare head ar o f whim, a peevish and feeble victim to
every external influence, selfish and un
C o n t r a c t o r ® a n d Builde-r®
Between the youth who has been
I t takes money to build water
works and about the only way a reared under unbending authority and
Carpentry and Joining in all its branches
the one who has never felt the whip
town like Central Point can raise and rein, the chances in life are all in
money for such a purpose is by a favor o f the former. The theory that
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bond issue. That’ s the way other a child’ s life must be all roses is dan
towns do when they commence
low, and unless the feet are trained to
to get ready to want to grow and
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It in youth they will shirk it in later
Right conduct is a habit, and,
like all habits, it must be learned young
T he town o f Freewater, up in or it will never be learned at all. With
Umatilla county, has amended the parent whose way o f life is such
that he cannot rear his offspring in
its charter giving the control o f
sound submission to authority and cor
the saloon business to the city rect habits o f conduct one must sym
council. This does not mean, pathize, but the sympathy is necessarily
Fine Cold ALBANY BEER on draught
however, that the town will now tinged with regret that he ever became
or by the bottle, for personal delivery
have free whiskey. The oil o f
M l l l l M'
Published Every Thursday.
Subscription price, $1.50 ‘per year, in
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Central Point Market $
M e d fo rd , O re g o n
P aid U p C apital , $25,000
An independent locsl newspaper
devoted to the interests of Central
Point and the Rogue River Valley.
F. K. D euel , Vice-President
CENTRAL POINT, OREGON
» a t o r a « a t Use Pest erri an a l l e n i r a i f a t a l , t
a aae as after.
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W ils o n
East Pine Street
A . P . Gillett & Son
joy will still cost the thirsty the
same old price o f a bit a drink.
P lenty o f water for fire pro
tection, domestic use and irriga
tion and street sprinkling would
make a mighty difference in the
general appearance, as well as
in the property values, o f this
town. It would simply mean
taking the town out o f the coun
try village class and putting it
in the first rank o f progressive,
up-to-date towns o f the Rogue
dispatches give the
important news to the world that
John D. Rockefeller joked with
a newspaper man at church last
Sunday. Well, the newspaper
men have been joking at John
D. lo these many years, and he
has been piling up the coin.
Wonder if the tables are going
to turn now so that Johnny will
do the joke stunt while the edit
ors ‘ ‘raaka da m on.” This one
most devoutly hopes so.
M o n d a y ’ s
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Commenting on the rapid growth of
telephone communication In America,
the London Times notes that In Eng-
land the telephone Is a luxury, more
particularly Iu private life, while In
the United States It Is a necessity of
both business and social service. But
telegraphing is much cheaper In Eng
laud than here.
Fast Horses, First-class Rigs,
Hard must be the heart which fails
to sympathise with the father o f the
youthful murderor, Reeves. How much
blame should justly mingle with our
The czar is said to be surrounded
sympathy is a question which no hu
man tribunal ia entirely competent to now by guards who cannot speak Uua-
decide. The father o f a motherless boy eian. Perhaps he fears that bomba
is in a position o f extreme difficulty might be concealed in some o f the
s t best and when the son is predis polysyllabic utterances o f his own
posed to vicious ways the ease is al countrymen.
most hopeless. Nor should it be forgot
The Fourth of July dawned on the
ten that a wifeless man who has to
oorn his living by daily labor cannot Filipino youngsters many hours earlier
than for the American small hoy at
give proper attention to his family st
oil times; during the entire day the home Bnt "the day after” also came
youtT>A> almost o f necessity left to his earlier, so things evened up sll right
The “white man's burden" was shoul
According to the father Reeves’ ac
dered most beautifully down there lu
count. he was not neglectful o f his
Natal wbeu the British soldiers killed
parental duties. He seems to nave at- |
M7 Zulu warriors, with “no casualties
tended to his son's habits and reading |
to ths whites.”
in something better than a merely cas-
on! qrny, and now, in the dire > alamity
Aa the cable« were careful to an-
which has befallen, he mi\
claim to be free from serious t sponsi- nounce that "Princess Alice dined with
bility according to thejstandar . which the kaiser,” the question arises as to
are commonly accepted. The ' >uble is whether Nick got in st the second ta
that those standards are wror,
he ble, or where was he*
modern parent has abdicate Iris au
John P. Rockefeller has bought a col
thority and ia content to be <
is less' lection of fossils, but Ida M. Tarbell
teller of hit children. Often
ce at hoa lost helped to buy a magazine ts
•till, and by hit flaccid conn
idleness, waywardnes and vie
comes which she prepuces to keep oa conff*fi
bn actual aeeomplie - in thei-
a. The eri ng live Issues
areful. Experienced Drivers.
Daily Stage to Eagle Point.
Special attention to Commercial Men.
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J . W . J a c o b s & C o.
Manufacturers o f all classes o f
M a r b le a n d G ran ite
C em etery W o r k
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
C entral P oint P harmacy
A . M E E , P r o p r ie t o r
Pure Fresh Drugs and Medicines
Druggists* Sundries, Toilet Articles, Stationery
You Pay fo r Printing
It Is proposed to hand nil the p u b lic '“
lands of Russia over to the peasants.
Secretary Hitchcock can tell the Rus
sians that they are undertaking a
mighty big jo b unless the lumber and
cattle syndicates o f Russia an- more
tractable than they are lu this country.
A British tailor has been employed by
the war department to make Uncle
Hum's enlisted men look like soldiers.
Hitherto they have rubt>ed along by
merely fighting like soldiers, and no
people are more wise to that fact than
the British themselves.
Shorty Williams, Prop.
or by express or freight.
The number o f teachers throughout
the country who leave the profession In
a given year Is so small when compar
Central Point trade solicited. $
ed with the total number on the roster
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o f the schools that the withdrawal
would pass unnoticed were It not con
nected with the romantic side o f life
suggested by the marriage tie. Men ; ; h - h - i - h -;- h - i - h - :- i -!- i - :- h - k - !- h - i - i - h - h - h - i - h - h - 1"H- i - h - h - i - h - h -
quit school by score« anil hundreds to
go Into business or take up a profes
sion, and no notice Is taken o f It. But
n woman's resignation usually means
that Cupid has lieen busy, and the In
cident, having innumerable duplica
tions, draws the fire o f comment.
H 0 T Ü IN C ONNECTION
& Chapm an
Murphy & Downing
“ Ivy Leaf Saloon”
A WORD TO THE FAR M ER—When 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. We also carry fresh bread and cakes
and pies o f all kinds.
A WORD TO THE BOYS AND GIRLS -
Young and old—Think o f it ! Ice cream and
cake, 10c; milk shake 5c: ice cream soda, 5c.
Home made candies at from 15c to 25c per lb.
When in the city give me a call.
You will find my goods first-
class and my prices reasonable.
Printing that will please our customers.
fully equipped to do all classes o f Commercial and
Job Printing and we respectfully solicit your orders
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D IA L E R
H. W a tk in s
“ HARDW ARE. FARM
IM PLEM ENTS. E T C .
Or anything else that you may need.
Call and let us figure with you.
: : Proprietary Medicines.
Help us with your printing orders.
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stay and to help you make Central Point worth
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