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CEN TRAL POINT HERALD, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 11. 190G.
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
st National Bank
An independent local newspaper
devoted to the interests of Central
Point and the Rogue River Valley.
Published Every Thursday.
Subscription price, $1.50 'per year,
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W RITES O f OKLAHOM A
P. J. Micken
R is o u rc e s , $ 1 8 0 , 0 0 0
Cash Capital, $ [ 0 , 0 0 0
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Permanently located in JONES’ CASH
The Youngest and the Strongest
STORE, Central Point.
WE GUARANTEE ALL
Wm. S. Crowell, F. K. Deuel, Chas.
Strang, F. V. Carter, Geo. W. Dunr ]
Rough and Dressed Lumber, Shingles,
Doors, Windows, Etc.
Yard on track ir.aar depot. Estimates furnished.
Let us figure on your lumber bill.
CENTRAL POINT, OREGON
Send the H erald to your friends.
Wiil Return to Oregon.
A i . d en , O k l a h o m a , Sept. 27, 1900.
E d it o r H e r a l d :—
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A WORD TO THE FARM ER-W hen you
come to Centsal Point call at the Kandy Kitchen
if you should be hungry. You can get a hot cup
•of «coffee, butter and bread or cake for 10c and a
little biftfuer for 15c, and a good square meal for
25c. If 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 of all kinds.
A WORD TO THE BOYS AND GIRLS—
Young and old—Think of i t ! Ice cream and
cake, 10c; milk shake 5c: ice cream soda, 5c.
Home made candies at from 15c to 26c per lb.
O r . Pleasants Says it is a Good Country
still. A more healthy country cannot
he found anywhere, especially for those
with weak lungs and those with rheu
matism. Scarcely any consumption
here and rheumatism is rare, and it
was to get rid o f rheumatism that
brought me here, and already I have
been greatly benefitted.
But aside from health, give me Ore
gon, even if it does rain too much in
Winter. Give me Oregon, I am an
Oregonian, and will return.
J. H P l e a s a n t s .
J. h. G A Y
Written guarantee on all work for 12 j T
FAIR DEALING -
months. High grade watch repairing -j-
[And guard our customers’ interests with the ame good faith we do i a specialty.
Gold, silver, steel and soft soldering “
those o f the Bank.
A Member of American Bankers’ Association.
We are Strongly Insured Against Burglary and Hold-Up' I Orders taken for evervthinv known «
the jeweler’s line. Old gold andsilver
WE SOLICIT YOIJR BUSINESS
taken in exchange
Wm. S. Crowell, President
F. K. Deuel, Vice-President
M. L. Alford, Cashier
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East Pine Street
After leaving Portland in coming
here, I passed through no country that
K. A . H A W K
A . P . Gillett & Son
looked any better to me than the Rugue
River Valley, in which Central Point is
Repair work of all kinds.
situated, but a great deal that was in
Wood Turning and Scroll Work.
ferior to it; but it may have been bet
Horseshoeing and Wagonwork
ter than it looked, however, for a car
Cast Iron Brazing
window is a poor place to judge a coun
CENTRAL POINT, OR.
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On reaching Kansas I was surprised
Must Attend School
at the great improvements of that state
since I left there but a few years ago.
The farms, towns and buildings of all
It is compulsory for children to at
H O T EL IN CON N ECTIO N
kinds, as well as the stock of all kinds, tend school. The last legislature passed
indicate thrift, enterprise and pros a law making it such, o f which the
perity. But the winds of Kansas, the following are the principal provisions:
Shorty Williams, Prop.
same as here in Oklahoma, are holy
Sec. 2. No child under 14 years of
terrors; yet they gave me a kind of age shall be employed in any factory
¡home feeling and reminded me of days store, workshop, in or about any mine,
Fast Horses, First-class Rigs, areful. Experienced Drivers.
past when I lived there, especially so or in the telegraph, telephone or public j
Daily Stage to Eagle Point.
When 1 passed over the track of a messenger service.
'cyclone that preceded me but a few
HAS JUST RECEIVED A N E W BUNCH
i ; ; Special attention to Commercial Men.
Sec. 3. No child under the age of 11
weeks, tearing up houses and killing years shall be employed in any work, or
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several persons. But in way of good labor of any form, for wages or other
country, rapid improvements and prog compensation to whomsoever payable, j
ress, no country has ever equaled Okla during the hours when the public school j
homa. I was over a considerable part of the town, district or city in which he
o f the Indian territory—now Oklahoma or she resides are session.
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—more than twenty years ago, when
Sec. 4. Attendance at school shall be
the whole country was overrun with compulsory upon all children between | •I-i-H- H - H - l-H "
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wild Indians and almost equally wild the ages of 8 and 14 years during the
Manufacturers of alJ classes of
cowboys; and now to see tile country whole of the school term in the city,
crossed up with railroads, and numerous town or village in which the child re
Marble and Granite
cities larger than Ashland or Grants sides, and upon all children between the j
or will manufa-
Pass and doing ten times as much busi ages of 14 aud 16 who are not employed \
cure from private
ness as either of those cities, seems in some lawful work.
strange, but such is true.
Sec 6 provides that any employer i
Our Granite Quarries, near Central Point, are
I am writing this in the southern part or corporation employing children under
the finest on the Coast. Electric polishing
of the state, which has been settled but 16 years of age must hold an age and j
machines in our local factory. Iron fencing.
Fine Cold A L B A N Y BEER on draught
six years, and almost within the Wichi schooling certificate and keep a com
CENTRAL POINT, OREGON
or by the bottle, for personal delivery
ta mountains. They are called moun plete list of all children employed.
tains here, are bare of timber and, in
Sec. 11 provides a minimum fine of |
or by express or freight.
way of height, hardly equal the foot $10 for the first offense, and a maxi- j
hills that surround Central Point, yet mum penalty of 30 days in jail on the I
possess some grandeur, and they do
third offense, for all violations of these
Central Point trade solicited.
much in the way of relieving the vast
amount of surrounding level country of
Sec. 12 provides a fine of from $5
its terrible monotony. But a few years
to $25 for any parent or guardain who
o in t
h ar m acy
ago, comparatively speaking, this part
permits a child to he employed contrary fl-H -H -l- H -H -H -H- H - H - l
of Oklahoma was in possession of the
to this statute.
Kiawa and (kjmanche Indians, the most
savage of all tribes, and were always
M A R Y A . M E E . P r o p r ie to r
at war with the whites, were very ex
pert with the scalping knife and quite
accommodating in that way. They
slighted none, for they scalped men,
The George Harmon Well Drilling i * •
women and children all alike when they Company, o f Sandusky, Ohio, has made
could do so without danger to their the following proposition to the city of
cowardly selves. These same Indian Medford, to bore for a supply of arte- : L
tribes are here now and their allot sian water for citv use:
ments—which they are too lazy and
“ Will drill a 21-inch hole 1000 feet for
indolent to work and improve - com $10,000; 1500 feet for $12,000 an.i 2000 . :
prise the best lands. They arc peace 1’eet for $15,000.
able and friendly now because they
“ Will insure a flow o f 25,000 gallons 1
have tu he; lazy, indolent and filthy
per hour $20,000.
because it is their nature to be so. A
“ Will insure a flow of 7,500 gallons
few o f them are said to be fairly pros per hour for $28,000 and a flow of 10,000
perous, hut the greater number are
gallons per hour for $45,000.
the same us ever—just Indians.
“ Insurance of water not good after
Corn, wheat, cotton and broom-corn December 1st, providing the ice plant's ,
are the principal crops grown here and
well is a dry hole, if same is a wet hole $
the amount that was raised this season insurance still holds good, regardless of
When in the city give me a call. You will find my goods first-
-which was better thun common was
the amout of flow.
immense to say the least. Nearly
dass and my prices reasonable.
“ If said insurance wells do not flow i $
every quarter section is in cultivation, full capacity as stated the said city or
and land is already high and will he any other person will not he responsible
higher still from now on.
to the George Harmon Well Drilling
For corn, wheal and cotton, this part Campany for a cent."
T IS TO OUR INTEREST TO TURN OUT
of Oklahoma is a success, provided it
U CENTRAL POINT
rains. Alfalfa does fairly well, hut
Printing that will please our customers. We are
t nothing like in Oregon. Gardens here
Bvbec Ranches for Sale
to Compare with those in
fully equipped to do all classes of Commercial and
' ttfegon, and when it comes to fruit
the country is new anil has not had a
Job Printing and we respectfully solicit your orders
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fair test, hut in my .opinion, it will to the best advantage, and for cash, .j.
never he a success. I Drought with me all or any portion of those two certain Ijl
a few apples from Mr. John Barnet’s ranches known as the Bybee River T
orchard, near the Bear Creek bridge, Ranch, at the llybee bridge oil Rogue -j-
that iny friends here might see what
•j an Oregon apple looks like. A number Bybee Antelope Ranch, consisting of
and thorough training in
ft saw them and several helped eat them 1560 acres. With the By bee River
' and pronounced them the finest apples
they ever saw. Such an orchard here crop upon the part purchased. This
AN D ENGLISH BRANCHES
would lie worth a fortune, hut such, in ranch is partly under irrigation anil
my o| inion, will never he, for no one more can lie put under irrigation.
Excellent equipment and every ap-to-
Address me at Agate, Oivgon.
country esn (Hive ffU advantage
V. E. B y b e e .
Drouth is the worst drawback to this 12-tf
country and comes often, though this
season there was more rain than was
The expenses are the lowest and the
needed and which injured some crops.
Or anything else that you may need.
advantage« the best. Our graduates
Another drawback to this country
are employed and more demanded.
Call and let us figure with you. We are.here to
is thut w hen it does rain, it don t rain
All persons having claims against the
ICE CREAM AN D SODA
in a good civilised and gentle way, but Hastings Industrial company on account
stay and to help you make Central Point worth
At Reasonable Rates
(tours, and ia often accompanied by j o f the building of the Central Point
while. Help us with your printing orders.
wind and hail that do crops as much or creamery, ale requested to present the
No more thorough and complete busi
mole injmy than the rain does good. same at once to the undersigned or at
ness training can be had anywhere and
Cyclones are dreaded, and every house- the Central Point State Bank, with the
ho'i er, either in town or country, con- pro(#r vouchers. I desire to settle all
the expense o f securing such a course
rideia a cyclone «logout as indispensable matter* ofctl 1* kind at once.
here ia but little more than half the
Eagle Point. Oregon
lu bob into in case of a cyclone, as an
H J. T urner ,
in the larger citiee.
( regon squirrel doe* a hole to run ill to
to escape the hoy's target rifle. But
taking it all in all, Oklahoma is a great
8 4 turnin' for ti p H erald ,
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giur.trv, and in tim«> will la- greater
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Price, the Horseshoer,
J. W . J a c o b s & C o .
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