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About Central Point herald. (Central Point, Or.) 1906-1917 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 20, 1906)
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CENTRAL POINT. OREGON. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 30« 1906.
Miss Mary Mee made a business trip
CENTRAL POINT CREAMERY
New Rurdl Mail Route
to Grants Pass last Friday.
Mrs. John Panky, of Tolo, was shop
Creamery Completed and Ready to do
A new rural mail delivery route has
ping with our merchants Monday.
been allowed by the post-office depart-
George C. Culy. one o f Applegate’s
Wat h i' ntral Point grow.
Business n lth Daio men and Farmers. ; ment at Washington with the dis-
biggest cattlemen, spent Sunday in
tributing office at Central Point,
The baseball season is over.
The Central Point Creamery is fully j The new route starts from Central
Take a look at our exhibit window.
Miss Mae Nealon, o f Sams Valley, completed and is now ready to receive Point and follows the county road to
None but white help employed on the was shopping with our merchants last | niilk and cream and to engage in the i the point where the Medford—Crater
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manufacture o f high grade butter. Mr. Lake railroad crosses the wagon road,
J. E Boswell moved into his new Muller, ' a 1 . has had charge o f the con- j which is almost to the line of the Med-
The H erald force will - w t. ke n
' barber shop, next door to Pleasant. st.ir- i-»ii of w :
completed his J ford incorporation; it then retraces to
whack at window washing.
| Hotel, yesterday.
w o-. Iasi Saturday, having everything j the Beall lane at the southeast comer
“ The day is done,” says the poet.
At the bottom of this page will be in shipshape order for the butterrnaker ¡ ° f the Snowy Butte orchard, where it
We thought ’twas raw.
I tun's west to the foothills, following
| noticed the new creamery ad. Read to take hold of.
The plant is perhaps the most modern I the foothills road to the wagon road
“ What’s the matter with Central carefully and see what they have to
and up-to-date in the state, the machin- bridge across Rogue River just this
Point?” She’s all right.
Frank Yocum and family left for : ery all being of the very latest and side o f Gold Hill: reluming, the route
Don’t care for any more water now.
Every requi- covers the Tolo neighborhood, reaching
Eugene Monday to make their home. most approved pattern
• Will "take some” in the Spring.
These áre good people and their friends site for the manufacture o f strictly Ccntsal Point by the valley road,
We are trying to get others to think
firsl-c-la - s butter has been provided and
The present route will be extended to
here are legion.
as we do. See? (waterworks.)
the lvu.nagement fully expects their serve the Table Rock neighborhood on
Misses Frances Aiken and May Dits-
For information o f any kind, address worth, o f Prospect, who have attended product to take its place among the the north side o f Rogue River, erasing
very best articles in the market. Every by the Bybee bridge,
Editor Side Dishes, care H erald .
school here the past two years, have
stockholder who has inspected the plant
The new arrangement will accom-
Mrs. Cal Wells, o f Grants Pass, both returned to attend this term.
seems to be more than pleased with the modate a large number of patrons, and
visited her friend, Miss Mary Mee, last
F or S a l e —A six-room dwelling in work of the Hastings Industrial com- 't shows that Central Point is true to
Central Point, in good repair. Bam, pany, who made a contract with the name in being 'he "central point" of
Peter Applegate, assessor o f Jackson good water, some fruit. A bargain. stockholders to erect and equip the this valley. vVhen we get almost into
tf plant, and Mr. Muller, their superin- the incorporate limits of two neighbor-
County, was in town Monday morning Inquire at this office.
D. W. Beebe, of the Agate fruit tendent of construction, comer in for mg towns with our mail wagon it looks
belt, left two mammoth peaches at his share of parise for the high class of as though the “ Hub” was going some.
We feel grateful to the producers of
this office yesterday for exhibition pur- ! work done.
this section for responding so promptly
poses. They are of the Crawford va-
Aside from having a modem plant,
to our call for samples for exhibition
eiety and each peach measures exactly men who have made a study of dairy
11 inches around the waist.
ing and butter making for years, say
Watches and all kinds of jewelry at
We may not be the only pebble on that this locality is particularly adapted
Mr. Hitzler, o f Table Rock, of the
the Central Point Pharmacy. New the beach, but we are at least a tin can to this industry. The soil around Cen
stock just received. Call and see in the alley. This is your nobs, the tral Point is perfectly adapted to pro firm of Hitzler & Eissell, was in town
11-tf foreman, that’s talking now. If this ducing alfalfa and com, and these tw o’ Saturday, and during the day he found
time to tell the H erald about a small
Charlie Jeffers is out among the veni issue won’t pass muster, we’ll throw forage plants are said to furnish a per- j ( blackberry pateh on their ranch that
son this week, and we have fond hopes up the sponge, together with every feet ration for the dairy cow.
t sounded good enough for a story.
All in all, it is not going too far to
o f a story "When Charlie comes march thing else we’ve been eating the past
I From a plot o f ground 50x100 feet
ing home.” Later—Charlie got back month.
enterprise, and the completion o f this Mr. Hitzler says they sold during the
Monday night. Nit.
Wanted—A good girl for general
creameay means much to the future season just passed $195 worth of berries
Mrs. M. S. Welsh, who has been in housework. Enquire o f Mrs. W. H. prosperity of this section of the Rogue besides supplying two families with all
i they wanted to use and to preserve for
poor health for several months, has Norcross at Norcross orchard, one mile River Valley.
been Very ill for several days and her east from Central Point.
M. Marshall, who has had years of ' the Winter.
Messrs. Hitzler and Bissell came to
recovery at this writing is considered
Central Point schools opened Monday experience in the creamery business,
doubtful. She is suffering from apo morning. The H erald will publish will be manager of the new industry, this valley less than a year ago from
an article next week concerning the and I. C. Robnett will act as selling the Puget Sound country, where they
were engaged in small fruit farming
Wm. Whitney said “ good-by” to schools o f this city, the editor being agent and put the product on the mark
for 10 years. They are more than
Condon friends W “dnesdav morning absent this week, and the foreman et.
pleased with the change, as they find
and departed forCei;.
Point, Oregon. having to act as editor, reporter, com
this section better in every way. Land
“ Billie” is going to a good country, positor and “ devil,” the schools were -r
Frank hawk “ Makes Good.”
up there. Mr. Hitzler says, is q(ut of
but he is leaving a good one behind. — put off until next week.
sight in prices and the soil does
Mrs. Stella Purkeypile, who is teach
There is nothing succeeds like making not produce so well as it does here.
ing a class in the City Hall building, is
Select a present for your wife or
well adapted for the position she holds. people think you mean it, and that’s Fruit land there is selling at from $600
sweetheart from the jewelry stock at
Her pupils all love and obey her, which just what we did in the hunting propo to $1500 per acre, or about six times
the Central Point Pharmacy. New and
is not any wonder since itih well known sition. There was “ nothing doing” in what it is bringing here, and the quality
that Mrs. Purkeypile is one o f the most Nimrod’s camp and not only the printer of soil and climatic conditions are not
S. A. Pattison and family left Tues kind hearted and patient teachers th a t; man, but the hunters as well, had to go equal to the Rogue River Valley.
day evening for Portland, where they ever taught school in Central Point.
to bed hungry. So the printer struck,
will spend a day or two, going from
The Medford laundry wagon will call; not to be mean, but just to forcibly
Rev. Burbank Departs
there to Newport to attend a meeting for work in Central Point each Monday impress on the minds o f Central Point
o f the Oregon Press Association which afternoon and Friday morning. Expert i hunters that the honor of the town was
.convenes there Saturday.
Rev. and Mrs. Geo. W. Burbank de
ironers from City Hall French laundry, at stake and that some o f their out-of-
S. K. Adams, of Table Rock, brought San Francisco, employed. First class season hunting stories must be made parted Monday for the Willamette Val
ley, where they will visit their daugh
in samples o f sorghum cane and string work guaranteed.
Frank Hawk was the first man to ter for a week or so before the annual
beans for the H erald exhibit Saturday
come to the center and some ten days meeting of conference which will meet
which are hard to beat. T(te cane is
| a go—just before the big rain—he hied in East Portland in about two weeks.
Looks Like Old Missouri
o f the Am ber variety, and the beans
him to the hills to “ make good .” He They do not expect to return to Central
are only common string beans, he says,
i returned Monday, and before the Sum Point, Rev. Burbank having delivered
but they loofc rather uncommon in size
A. C. Chittenden, who has a good
mer sun o f that day had sunk in regal his farewell sermon to a large congrega
IrHn Bebb is learning the printing farm on the desert under irrigation , splendor behind the western range the tion at the Methodist church last Sun
trade in this office. He will attend
entire H erald force -from editor to day morning.
He has served the
school regularly this Winter, but will a sample of corn from his field and j “ devil” and back again—had tasted Methodist churches of this place and
set type for the H erald one hour each placed it with the H erald exhibit last i venison, i ’rank is modest, and for that Gold Hill as their pastor for the past
day after school is dismissed. Irvin, Saturday that is enough to make a reason we will not go into details and [ two years most acceptably ami both
like his brother Roy, is a manly little native of the great corn belt homesick. tell how many deer he killed or what j himself and his wife have many friends
fellow, which reflects much credit on The corn measures 12 feet 3 inches and long running shots he made.
here both in and out of the church
both parent and teacher, as Professor carries two big, well filled cars about
This is no pipe dream nor any big membership,
! a foot long. Mr. Chittenden is demon
Hanby would say.
spread eagle hunting yam. It is sim -, Rev. Burbank hopes to receive an
strating what can be done on the desert
A complete line o f watches has just in the way o f farming and fruit grow ply an effort on our part to “ make appointment for the coming year at
some point in the Willamette Valley.
been received at the Central Point ing, for besides showing the biggest good” as Frank did.
Pharmacy. Call and examine this stock corn he also grows prize stuff in many
before placing your order.
11-tf other fines. His strawberries were of
N O .
Loca! and Personal
W. E. Price and son and Mr. Upton
pulled out Sunday morning for the deer
range in the Prospect country, where
they fondly hope to do some business
in the nimrod line during the coming
week. .W. E. furnished us with plans
and specifications for a first-class hunt
ing story before leaving and he solemn
ly swore that he would “ make good”
and remember the printer when he re
turns "o r I hope I will never see the
back o f my neck,” as he expressed it.
Hon. S. M. Nealon, of Table Rock,
left a ssmple o f Jonathan apples in the
H erald exhibit window Saturday from
fivc-year-old trees that are yielding
from four to five boxes to the tree.
The same trees bore fruit when three
Mr. Nealon thinks the
Jonathan will prove a very profitable
apple in this section
He also left
.some onion samples grown from the
aeed without irrigation which are fully
.equal to the Eagle Point product.
exceptionally fine flavor and found a
ready market here during the season.
hop Gold Beer
The object o f all development
leagues is to induce immigration
of good citizens from the eastern
states to the Rogue River Valley.
The Rogue River la n d Co.
Double Stamped Whiskey
has been a pioneer in this devel
opment business, having made
the first move in the valley to in
duce desirable immigrants to re
move here and to partake o f our
advantages and climate. In the
last two years we have located a
large number of the best citizens
to be found in the valley. Cen
tral Point has attracted many of
The Rogue River Land com
pany guarantees fair treatment
to its customers. We will in a
short time again send a man east
to extol the merits o f this sec
tion. Give us a credit mark and
boost our way. It is high time
for all sections o f this valley to
pull together and quit “ knock
We will ship you from 1 to
4 7-8 gallons o f fine whis
key or beet quality of
By Dozen, Case or Barrel
V. E. Snyder & Co.
M edford , O re .
HOP GOLD BEER
“ The Best on Earth
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Within the Last
Central Point has “ Grown Som e.”
a creamery, an 8-room
school house and a score of dwellings have been
added to the town’s
within that time.
T o Keep Pace
with this phenominal
ding to our already
growth we have been ad
large and comprehersive
We are here to supply your needs with the larg
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For the very latest styles in'ladies’
Fall and Winter hats, call at my new
LARGEST CAPACITY and most
millinery parlors, next door to the
in the Valley.
Pleasants hotel. M rs . J. E. B osw ell .
est stock in the County,
Yours for a Bigger and Better Town,
W e pay patrons the FULL VALU E of their product after paying
running expenses of the plant. This is a purely
There wifi be services in the Baptist
church next Sunday, morning and even
ing, by Rev. C. H. Ferrell, o f Talent.
and SHOULD BE PATRONIZED by everyone who wishes to
Morning subject, “ A Preacher of the
enjoy the full product of his labor.
Twentieth Century.” Evening subject
"W ho Can Separate us From God?” GIVE US A TRIAL and be convinced of the success of co-opera
All are invited.
tion under business methods.
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N o w O p e n a n d R e a d y for
Cana furnished F R E E and C ream Shipped from
points by express
All kinds o f plums and prunes, at my
farm at Table Rock. Price, 1c a pound.
Central Point Creamery,
S. M. N ealon .
CRANFILL & ROBNETT
Central Point, Or
We pay 25c a dozen for eggs, in trade
Central Point, Oregon.
Thirty Men Wanted. Men, Teams and one 4-Horse Logging Truck.
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