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About Central Point herald. (Central Point, Or.) 1906-1917 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 30, 1906)
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Ought Some Fish
Ben Peart and Dave Grim went to j The Central Point schools will open
The fishing party, referred to in our
Evans creek yesterday on a deer hunt. September 17. The following is a list last issue as having gone to Rogue
Mrs. Fries and sen Clover went to of books and supplies required in tl e river to catch what fish were left in
The object of all development
the river, finished the job and returned
.Eli Jones is on the sick list this week. the hop yards, near Grants Pass, Tues grammar grades:
leagues is to induce immigration
Chart cla s—Tal let nr.d pencil.
home Thursday noon. "Toggery Bill”
o f good citizens from the eastern
The circus hus come and gone. Did day.
First grade—Wheeler's Primer, writ kept up his record as the boss lisher-
states to the Rogue River Valley.
you see the elephant?
Mr and Mrs. F. H. Hopkins and ing bo ik, drawing book No. 1, tablet j man, and Milt Armstrong was second j
An extensive forest fire is doing their children returned a few days a g o ! and pencil
The Rogue River Land Co.
j with the biggest salmon in the bunch.
some business in the range west o f this from a pleasant outing at the seashore.
Second grade - First Reader, Element- Milt landed a 15-pounder after quite a
has been a pioneer in this devel
They spent a week or so at Newport j ary Arithmetic, writing book, drawing struggle. Goodrich, of Portland, and I opment business, having made
city and north of Jacksonville.
and went from that place to Seaside, i book No. 2, tablet and pencil.
the first move in the valley to in
Brown, of Central Point, were tied on
Dr. and Mrs J. H. Pleasants visited I where they spent several weeks.
I Third grade—Third Reader, Element- their score, but we dasent make j
duce desirable immigrants to re
We will ship you from 1 to
Jacksonville o n a short business trip | Arthur Beal is one of the carpenters ary Arithmetic, writing book, drawing known either the.mmiber they caught, | move here and to partake o f our
4 7-8 gallons of fine whis
advantages and climate. In the
the length of the fish nor the weight, j
working on the new building adjoining book No. 3, tablet and pencil.
key or beet quality of
Fourth grade-Fourth Reader, Ele under pain of death. They are both j
last two years we have located a
J. S. March remembered the H erald | the Hotel Pleasants. Arthur also sets
nice gentlemen but excessively modest
force last Thursday with as fine a type in this office whenever the occa
to be found in the valley. Cen
watermelon as ever ripened in Oregon. | sion demands hi3 assistance. He is a raphy, Reed’s Language Lessons, Prim about their fishing record and are just j
tral Point has attracted many of
! new beginne»; but will become a good er o f Health, writing book No. 4, draw as determined and dangerous appear
By Dozen, Case or Barrel
L. W. Coe is building an addition
ing book No. 5, speller, tablet anu pen ing in their instructions to the H erald j
i typo after he has had more practice.
his residence on his ranch west of town.
to “ not put it in the paper.” Photo-|
Mr. Coe has one of the cosiesi homes j George Merritt, sop o f Hon. J. W.
Fifth grade —Fourth Reader, Reed’ s grapher Hull, strange tosay, “ caught”
pany guarantees fair treatment
Merritt, of this city, will deliver an \ Language Lessons, Elementary Geog
in this,section of the valley.
to its customers. We will in a
as many fish as all the others put to
address at the pioneer reunion at Jack raphy, Practical Arithmetic, speller,
short time again send a man east
gether: i. e., he caught ’em on the
First citizen—What’s the
sonville today. Mr. Merritt is a gradu- Mental
__ Arithmetic, hygiene (A Healthy
to extol the merits o f this sec
camera. The H erald man didn’t do
Second citizen—There’ s no row; th at.
M edford , O re .
up there are only j at® of ,he ° reKon ’University at Eugene Body), writing book and drawing book J muci, 0f a 8tUnt in the fishing line;
tion. Give us a credit mark and
I and is said to be one of the finest ora- No 5
boost our way. It is high time
he was taken along—more than any
tors in the class o f ’06, in which he
Sixth grade-F ifth Reader, Advanced thing else—to keep the lunch from
for all sections of this valley to
Wanted—A good girl for general graduated.
Arithmetic, Mental Arithmetic, Graded spoiling and to give tone and eclat to
pull together and quit “ knock
housework. Enquire of Mrs. W. H.
HOP GOLD BEER
Whaelmen complain a great deal Lessons in English, Advanced G eog-. the picture which Hull caught of the
Norcross at Norcross orchard, one mile
about the dust in the roads. They say ! raphy, hygiene (A Healthy Body), j party and their catch before camp was |
east from Central Point.
“ The Best on Earth ”
it is impossible to navigate a bicycle I speller, writing book No. 6
broken. The occasion was a most
Miss Barnes, a teacher in the public along some stretches of the roads in j Seventh grade—Fifth Reader, Ad- pleasant one and not a member of the |
schools of Portland, was the guest of the country. This has been an un- [ vanced Geography, Advanced Arith- party but would be glad to know that I
Mrs. M. M. Cooksey last week. She usually dry season, ar.d unless we have ' metie, Mental Arithmetic, U. S. His- he could repeat the trip one hundred
rain soon to soak up the dust, wheel- tory, Graded Lessons in English, Civil years hence.
returned to Portland Saturday.
spelling book, writing
Sunday was a “ hot number” the men will be compelled to walk and
book No. 7
mercury reaching 104 in the shade. Ice “ lead” their wheels.
Eighth grade—Fifth Reader, Ad
cream merchants were happy, but the
There is not an idle man in town just
vanced Arithmetic, Higher Lessons in
change was rather trying on other now and people who want any work
English, U. S. History, Mental Arith
Postmaster G. \S Moore, who has
done are compelled to either wait until
metic, Civil Government, wiiting book faithfully served tfce patrons of the lo
Our citizens fell over each other in they can get men or do the work them No. 8,
cal post office for , nearly 12 years, has
their Christian endeavor to get a look selves. Not only is there considerable
offered his resignation to the depart-
HIGH SCHOOL COURSE OF STUDY.
at a drummer who struck town the
Fresman year (ninth grade)— En- j ment accompanying which was his en-
Other day wearing ice cream pants and near-by farmers are very busy harvest
ing their crops. Everybody has money glish. Algebra, Ancient History and i dorsement of Guy Tex, whose applica-
a white linnen duster.
! tion for the position has been endorsed
a-plenty and all wear a smile that Physical Geography.
People from other towns in the val won’t come off.
Sophmore year (tenth grade) - En by practically every patron of the office.
ley who have occasion to visit Central
glish, Algebra, Medieval History, Mod Mr. Moore’s action was prompted en
I. J. Purkeypile and family came in
Point ask why we don’ t sprinkle our
ern History, Physiology and Advanced tirely by personal motives, as he has
tired of the close confinement which
streets and keep the dust down. The
answer is easy.—Wehaven’ tgot water. ing spent the Summer on their claim
Junior year (eleventh grade)—Latin, the work of the office entails.
on Big Butte. They will spend a few
Mr. Tex will in all probability be ap
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Brown and days in town and then return to the English, U. S. History, Geometry and
pointed. He is well qualified for the
their two children left Sunday morning timber. Mr. Perkeypile says the re Civil Government.
Senior year (twelfth grade) —Physics, position and will make a competent of
for the Greive ranch near Prospect, port that the bear run him out o f his
where they will board for a week or so camp is not correct, as he killed every English History, Bookkeeping, Chemis
while Mr. Brown is killing his legal bruin that came into camp and awoke
Requirements for graduation—Six
Creamery Directors Elected
allotment of deer.
him in the morning from his beauty
teen full year credits, a credit to con-
E. E. Scott, of near Jacksonville, nap.
. sist of five recitations per week during
At an adjourned meeting o f the
presented the H erald force with a
City Recorder B. M. Collins and J one school year.
‘stockholders of the Central Point
box of fine nectarines the other day, family enjoyed a very pleasant visit
Entry requirements—Eighth grade Creamery, last Thursday, the follow
which were highly appreciated. Mr. last Sunday at the home o f Mr. and diplomas; satisfactory credits from
ing board of directors was elected to
Scott grows some fine fruit on his place Mrs. A. J. Caley, of Central Point other schools; a special examination.
serve for the ensuing year and until
anil the H erald is prepared to say Mr. Caley’ s place is a short distance
I will be at the school house during
that his nectarines are particularly so. west o f Central Point and if Mr. Col the forenoons o f September 13th and their successors are elected and quali
fied: R. C. Hensley, president; M
One o f , rtje Most Complete
Mrs. W. H. Norcross and daughter, lins’ word goes—and it does in this 14th for the purpose o f examining and Marshall, vice-president; Victor Bar-
M iss Eva, returned last Wednesday man’s town of M edford-he has one of classifying pupils.
zell, secretary; S. K. Adams, Tyson
from Tollman Springs, where they the finest and most productive farms
A teachers meeting will be held at Beall. I. C. Robnett was elected
spent a month for the benefit o f the in the Rogue River Valley. Mr' Collins the school house Saturday, September treasurer. It is expected that the
latter’s health, she being a sufferer and Mr. Caley are old-time Illinois 15th, at 2 o'clock p. m.
plant wili be ready for operation within
from rheumatism. She returned from friends. — Mail.
A. J. H anby ,
the next two or three weeks.
the springs very much improved in
A certain well-known citizen of Cen
tral Point has decided that the next
A. C. Chittenden, of Rogue river, \
Orchardists and gardeners near Cen time he buys a new halter and whip for
A Doubtful Disease
left a fine melon at the H erald office I
tral Point are bringing in some very his buggy horse he will wait until the
Saturday, for which he has the thanks [
fine fruit and melons every day, which day after rather than the day before
Exaggerated reports of the alleged of the mechanical department.
they sell to local dealers. The peaches the circus. He says that his better
grown in this locality are of as fine a half drove over to the circus, taking epidemic of diptheria which was said to
flavor as a person could desire and, with her a brand new whip and halter be sweeping over Medford caused many Household Goods at Private Sale
like the negro said of ice cream, it and returned with an old halter and no persons in this neighborhood to remain
whip. Now he wo-iders if she made a ! at home circus day- 11 was reported
seem s’s if we never could get ’nuf.
Having decided to change our resi
trade and got some “ boot” money for ! here Saturday morning that 200 cases
dence, we will offer all o f our house- |
The Hotel Pleasants is doing a rushing
the side show and lemonade stand.
hold and kitchen furniture at private j
business j’ust now. The tables are all
evening. As a matter o f fact, it seems
Steve and Jim Caldwell, accompanied doubtful if there has been any genuine sale at our home in the Hawk prop- j
occupied each mealtime and some of
the boarders are compelled to wait until by their mother and sister, returned diptheria there as it is reported that erty on Laurel street. Goods include
the second table is ready If some from a camping trip in the Prospect children said to have had the disease, a fine piano and a good sewing machine
Call early for bargains. Respectfully,
enterprising man would open a res country Saturday evening They got are often out in two or three days.
D r . and M rs . J. H. P leasants .
taurant in Central Point he could do three fine deer on the trip, but report
that the berry crop is almost a total
Tired of Life
failure this season. In the big huckle
Ashland Normal School
Our “ devil” has threatened to wash
berry patch, they say, a person can
the front windows of the H erald office hardly pick a gallon a day, while in
Henry Ratrie, a young man who re
The State Normal School at Ashland
if we ever have a rain to lay the dust ordinary seasons a man can easily pick
sided on Lake Creek, east from this opens September 26. The year just
in the streets. It’ s useless to wash six or eight gallons. Campers going
city, shot himself, with suicidal intent, closed has been the beBt o f its tystory.
windows now while there is so much into huckleberry mountain must leave
Monday morning at his home on Lake Now, that much is being done by way
dust in the streets. If a person should their wagons about three miles from
Creek, the wound resulting fatally a o f repairing, buildings, adding appara
EVER CARRIED IN STOCK BY A N Y HOUSE IN THE
be seen washing windows now they the patch and pack in from there.
short time afterward.
tus and library, and the installing of
wq<]!d be pronounced loony.
ROGUE RIVER VALLEY
When the Messrs. Caldwell went in
Deceased had been in poor health water system and modern beating
F or S ale —A six-room dwelling in they counted 32 wagons at the head of for some time and, growing despond plant, the prospects seem extremely
Central Point, in good repair. Barn, wheeled navigation.
ent, ended his life as above stated.
bright and it were hard to set a limit
good water, some fruit. A bargain.
The remains were taken through to the growth and influence of this
Inquire at this office.
Will Go to Portland
this city Tuesday to Jacksonville, institution. A strong training school
where the funeral services were held, to accompany an academic course, each
Watches and all kinds of jewelry at
It is with regret that the many interment being made in the cemetery
department o f which is presided over i
the Central Point Pharmacy. New
friends of Dr. Pleasants and his esti- at that place, where his parents, who bv
a specialist. Good musigal ad
stock just received. Call and see
mable family will learn that they have were ear,y re3jdent8 o f thia county, '
vantages. Well equipped gymnasium.
11-tf decided to leave Central Point and
Good board for $2.75 per week
A complete line of watches has just make their future permanent home in
Central Point, Oregon.
For catalogue, address
been received at the Central Point Portland. They have purchased a fine
Mary had a little man, his heart was
B. F. M ulkey , President, or
Pharmacy. Call and examine this stock home in that city and will leave for white as snow, and everything that
W. T. V an S coy , Secretary.
before placing your order.
11-tf there within the next couple of weeks. Mary said was pretty sure to go.
Hop Gold Beer
V. E. Snyder A Co.
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