Central Point herald. (Central Point, Or.) 1906-1917, September 06, 1906, Image 3

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    CENTRAL POINT HERALD, THURSDAY. SEPTEM BER 6. 1906,
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A Good Investment
CENTRAL
P O IN T
NOW IS THE TIME TO INVEST in lots and blocks before
the Fall rush of homeseekers have picked out the choice
property.
Central Point is the most centrally located town
DAIRYING, FARMING and MINING REGION on the
Pacific Coast.
Its climatic, commercial, social and educa­
tional advantages are unsurpassed and at the present low
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Jeffers & Peart
G en eral B lacksm iths &
prices, e very parcel of our property is a RARE BARGAIN.
Woodworkers
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HORSESHOEING A SPECIALTY
We treat you and your hones right
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ii D o Y o u Need
FURNITURE OR CARPETS ?
See W e e k s & B a k e r:
T h e ir G ood »
I f I had m y Ilfs to live over again
It seems to m s now I'd be wise.
Dior w aste precious tim e in nonsense or
crim e
Or things that g o o d people despise.
A t least th a t's the w ay I have mined a#
the dope
P rom w h at w ould appear a h o t Up.
B ut I must co n fe ss I’ d m ake a worse
coses.
I tsar, than I'm m ovin g this trip.
in the valley and is the hub of THE RICHEST FRUIT,
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CENTRAL
I f I had my life to lir e over again
I*d capture the ladles indeed.
Because I w ould kn ow ju st w hen ts go
slow
And when to g o fa st to succeed.
I'd alw ays have tw enty o r so on the
string
A nd one o r tw o m ore in reserve.
A nd no one In tow n w ould e'e r turn m s
down
Because o f m y wtt and m y nerve.
THE most rapidly growing town in the Rogue River Valley.
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Sa tisiactio
I f I had ray Ilf« to ltv« e r r
W hat .splendid *uoc«aa I w ould w tai
X never would maJce a stock» m lstak*
Or waste golden m om ents In aha.
Ttj cutting out th in «» that
not w orth
the while
The world very soon would bs mina;
Success at my beck w ould m ost break Its
neck
i T o corns w hen I ga v e it the sign.
! I f I had m y life to live over again
W h a t w ca d e rìnl things X w ou ld dai
.Without an excuse I'd turn m yself tasse
And grab off a d ollar o r two.
W henever a good tiling presented Itself
I 'd know It w as go o d a t a gtanea.
A nd o o the sure things w ith ou t o a r
strings
l*d play w ithout takin g a cboooa .
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Promptly Dose
LOST OPPORTIJNTTXES.
May be found in our Residence and Business Property in
Repair W ort
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M OORE;
D KALBE IN
Cigars, Tobaccos, Confectioneries and Soft Drinks
For the Next
ICE CREAM PARLORS IN CONNECTION
30 Days
We are offering choice business lots at from $150 each and upwards; and choice
residence property at $50 and upwards.
Now is the time to invest, before an ad
Cali on or address:
CENTRAL POINT Ï0WNSITE CO.
CENTRAL POINT, OREGON.
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ID O L
(Original.]
Manj years ago In Madrid there lived
a grandee, Don Aoderigo de Sandoval.
His bouse was on a little square, or
rather court. In the center of which waa
a fountain with a cup where an; one
might quench bis thirst. Don ltoderlgo
had married a girl very much younger
than himself and set her up on a pedes­
tal as hla mother bad placed a crucifix
ea bar dressing table, to worship. Si­
gnora de Sandoval while she at first
found It pleasant to be thus adored,
•specially since adoration brought with
it every comfort, soon found It tire-
gome. Her husband devoted but a brief
time to her every day, the rest being
given to affairs of state, he being one
« f the king's cabinet. The rest of the
time the young wife spent alone, and It
did not occur ts the husband that the
time would bang heavy on her hands
or that she would crave aoclety, espe­
cially of the opposite sex. Did she not
have servants at her beck and call, the
finest apparel to wear, the most savory
dishes upon her table? What moro
could any woman need?
One Dlght when Don Roderlgo was re­
turning from the palace where he had
been In conference with the king. Jnst
before entering the court In which be
lived he stopped short and fastened bis
eyes on a scene before him. A young
man stood st the fountsln bolding the
cu;> In his hand and looking up at the
balcony projecting from the second
floor of Don Roderlgo'« bouse. Just
within s window opening on to the bal­
cony fluttered a handkerchief, while
tbs young man waa making signs with
the cup. His back was toward De San­
doval. so that be could not be recog
nixed.
The husband watched thla pantomime
In a sort of stupor. He could not have
been more thunderstruck had be aeen
an angel from heaven alight on the
fountain and pour mud upon the wa­
ters. That the being be had worshiped
could thus dishonor him filled him with
agony. While be looked be saw a fan
wared frantically from within the win­
dow «n<i the man drinking at tbo foun­
tain dropped the cup and walked rap­
idly away. Don Roderlgo. awakening
from hla stupor, followed, but the
stranger bad only a short distance to
go to turn a corner, and by the time
Sandoval reached It the man he sought
waa nowhere to be seen.
Doc hH -rlgo wont to hie bouse,
fclsood his «rife (she noticed that hla
Itpa wars coM as Ice), and went to bed.
He did ant a e-cnee her nor aak the
name of the young men who had been
making aigns at her window. From
that time hla manner toward her waa
changed, though oo on# except be reelf
noticed It She woe allowed the same
privileges, enjoyed the mm# comfort»,
hot s o m e h o w she felt that ahe lived In
the shadow of death.
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JL few weeks after the episode that
had such a marked effect upon Ro-
derlgo he was coming horns late at
night when he saw a man drinking at
the fountain. Advlnclng, he knocked
the cup from the stranger's hand. The
man turned, hot at the Insult and see­
ing one worthy of hla steel drew his
rapier and attacked the lnsulter. San­
doval drew and defended himself, cast­
ing from time to time an eye on hla
wife's window. All was dark there,
and In time be called a halt In the
fight apologized for the Insult, refilled
the cup and offered It to the stranger.
The latter, puzzled, drank and went
away.
After that on numerous occasions—
always at the dead of night—some
stranger stopping to quench his thirst
at the fountain would report In the
morning that the cup had been knocked
from his hand and. sometimes after a
fight, the lnsulter had apologized and
proffered a full cup. The police seemed
singularly apathetic about the matter,
not even taking pains to watch the
fountain. Thus It became the belief
that the person who gave these Insults
was high In favor of the government.
One night a man entered the square
and, seeing another at the fountain,
withdrew under the shadow of a flight
of steps While the man at the foun­
tain was drinking a third figure ap­
proached and knocked the cap out
of the drinker's band.
“What means this Insult?" asked the
man attacked.
At that moment a glimmer of white
appeared on the balcony of Don Bo-
dertgo’s house. Roderlgo saw It In an
Instant.
"It means that I bare at last found
the man I have been so long looking
for." said Roderlgo.
His rapier flashed, but before the
man for whom It waa Intended bad
turned to draw hla own weapon a third
man shot from a shadow and stood,
sword In band, lietween the two.
“ Tou are mistaken, stgnor.'' ha said.
‘T am the man you have been looking
for. I waa a lover of your wlfs'a be­
fore you married her. Thrice I have
passed a few words, or rather signals
with her from this fountain, but I
have never been nearer. She Is pnre
as marble. Go and continue the wor
ship which till you found me here yon
bestowed upon her, for she la worthy
of It"
The reply to this was a lunge on the
part of Don Roderlgo and a shriek
from the balcony.
The stranger
caught the blade on bis own steel and
replied In kind. In a few minutes
Don Roderlgo de Sandoval lay
stretched upon the pavement
“ Tou made tn Idol of your wife,”
said the stranger, sbeatblng bta ra­
pier. "I bare made a widow of her."
A year later Signora ds Sandoval
married the man who made her a
widow and became one of the most
attractive of all the dames of the capi­
tal. From being worshiped by one
man sne was worshiped by • whole
city.
BLANCHE J. CARVES
LR oFE
DR.
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"Her walls are so smooth that a fly
fall off them and broke Its lag."
"I suppose she has the fly to show
for It."
“ No, but sbe has the walls.”
vance in prices is made.
• 1 1 I 1 1 n i II
Contrai Point, Orogsy,
-ost Office Building
S i O n A L
PLEA 9AN T8
C e n t r a l P o in t ., O r e g o n
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Hay & Learned
A Royal Nam«.
Before the heir to the German throne
Painting Decora'ins and Paper«
had been In the world long enough to
Hanging Ist A.II Ito Brasateti»«,
know whether he was going to like It
or not they broke the news to him that
bis name was William.
C E N T R A L P O IN T , O H .
Having In prospect the Job of run­
ning so large a country as Germany, It
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I I H I I' H I I I I H I I I I
was not necessary to hand him one of
those contlnued-ln-our-next names so : : 1 I 1 H I M I I I 1 1 1 1 1 t t l-M 'l t- H - t H - H - l-M -t-M - H - t I- H -H » > l l«M l
popular with royalty that Is obliged to
Impress the nelghlMm in order to carry
out the bluff.
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It can generally be depended on that
the length of a royal name Is In la-
verse ratio to the size of the kingdom • ■ STRICTLY FIRST- CLASS
CMLi w liiTK Bri l r * f r o r « r
over which the kid expects to rule. If
It Is a power of the first class plain
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Bill will do, but If It Is one of those
toy kingdoms that s race horse man
can put In his vest pocket you can de­
pend on It that his folks looked In the
hack part of the dictionary for the six
Central
t Gie..<
or eight pages of names and said to
him pleasantly, "They are all your#."
HOTEL
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F r iiy s lc ia s » a n d B u r g e o n
EAGLE POINT, OREGON
Rates—11.00 Up.
Special by the We,*k
Bui It Dare Not.
Break, tweak, break
On the hotel bills. O purse!
Ob. would tl. t iny tongue could attar
The la ngu uci I m adly nurse!
MRS. MARY ASHURST
M2 E E l < : - Teacher of —, E&-
P ia n o
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O rg an
Inquire of Pleasants’ Hotel.
D R . A.. B . S W E E T
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Diseases of Women and Children a
Specialty
Day and Night Calls Answered
MEDFORD, OREGON.
Always Bag.
“ The eternal fitness doesn't apply to I I I I H -I-I-H I I I I I I I H I U H -W l f H -M -H -H l-> H -H -H
trousers.''
"No?"
''Because no trousers ever fit long."
Personal Animus.
Rogue River Electrical
“ Jones says you are cold aud heart
leas."
"That's because I never felt his
touch the other day."
Construction Gompany
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
Constructing, Contracting and
Gonarnl
Repairing.
Electrical
Supplies. — Phone 8S1 - - - »
PERT PARAGRAPHS.
A milliner who would Invent s bat
that would stay on straight without a
hatpin would do much to put thu par
agraphers out of busluess.
C Street, Opposite Postofllce
It appears to take all of a young
man's time to tie tbs son of a rich
father.
Merchandise
Best Quality of
Goods. Lowest
Prices.
Highest Prices Paid for Farm
Products.
Pom
and
S h ak es
fob
S als
EAGLE POINT, OR.
All kinds of stationery, Mank books,
fancy letter paper», mourning note,
Ja pan ess goods- from cheapest grades
to finest quality- at the Central Point
Pharmacy
I I’l 'M M*H l l i m i l H l H U
I M
M
D o w n ii.g <51 K m r y
Self Interest caa put sympathy out
of business any day.
General
MEDFORD, OREGON ]
I I I I H -H -1 I I I I I I I l- l l I I I 11
Borne women seem to think that nag­
ging is necessary to make the nag go.
G EO . BROWN
& SONS
S p e c ia l A t t b n t io n
P a id t o T r a v s l in u M sn
I te n l r o t a t e A g e n ts
C e n tr a l P o in t
We now have the exclusive sale of some fine alfalfa
A deep seated sense of your owe
rights Is not s bad thing to bava If
you are a good pugilist.
farms, grain and fruit lands, stock ranches, unimproved
timber lands and gold-bearing quarts ledges, partly devel-
Many people
who bava a good
aim sel set a poor
target.
' oped. Business and residence property at reasonable prieea.
We respectfully solicit the homeseekers’ patronage. Our
motto is, "Small Commission and Square Dealing.”
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U requires sa
«spart to Esaka
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Job and a goad ¡ ) ;
salary.
I
H . W A R N E R & SO N
The more practica you bava le trylag ;
ta look young the loos your «nee— .
Lumber, Doors, W indow s
U thsra wäre fowar fioota ta tba
world m m of uo would la d aor aaau-
patton gone.
Building
Oood talbers raraly mab» »neb aa
affort far yoor bssiadt slona.
A summer raaort Is a placa wOa
pan find alt tbo modera lat an i l —es« -
Hardware, Old
Hickory Wagons, Baggioe Rad Fan*
Implements.
CENTRAL POINT, OREGON
a t ao Ireawdarata prtea.
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