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CENTRAL POINT HERALD. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1906.
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An ¡M4qR.-ndent local newspaper
devofeod to the interests of Central
i\sM add the Rogue River Valley.
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ash Capital, $£0,000
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Rough and Dressed Lumber, Shingles,
Doors, Windows, Etc.
STORE, Central Point,
The Youngest and the Strongest
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Written guarantee on all work for 12
Yard on track near depot. Estimates furnished.
Let us figure on your lumber bill.
months. High grade watch repairing
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Gold, silver, steel and soft soldering
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We are Strongly Insured Against Burglary and Hold-Ups ! Orders taken for everything known in
the jeweler’s line. Old gold andsilver
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S. Crowell, President
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Wm. S. Crowell, F. K. Deuel, Chas.
j M. L. Alford, Cashier
Strang, E. V. Carter, Geo. W. Dunn
CENTRAL POINT, OREGON
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Send the H erald to your friends.
6IVE THE DEVIL HIS DUE.
The fact that practically every j PETITION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE,
leading politician of both parties,
as well as every trust sympa
Woodville Precinct, Jackson County,
thizer and subsidized ¡newspaper Oregon:—
To the Honorable, The County Court
in the country, is after W. R.
] o f Jackson County, State f Oregon.
Hearst with, a big club is one We, the undersigned legal voters re
thing that gives rise to a faint siding in Woodville precinct, Jackson
s u s p ic io n that he may not be County, Slate of Oregon, respectfully
q u it e as low down and onery as ask your Honorable Body to grant to
he is just now being painted. I W K McTaggert a license to sell
spirituous, vinous and malt liquors and
Hearst s ideas of the newspaper ¿ . mtnted cider> eommonly known as
well RS his methods har(] cider, by less quantities than one
o f political campaigning, may be I gallon in the town of Woodville, Jack-
“ yt’Haw” as a Chinaman, b u t it|s°n County, Oregon, for the period of
m u s t b e admitted that he has «¡* months from November 8, 1906
We hereby state in our petition that
shown a decided penchant for we each of us reside in said Woodville
prosecuting illegal trusts. A suit precinct and at the signing of the same
that Was brought by Hearst some j are legal voters therein and that we
time ago against the New York have each resided in said precinct for
Central Railroad for illegal re- thirty days ¡"»mediately preceding our
signing this petition and that we will
bates to the sugar trust was petition your Honorable Body at the |
decided the other day and the term of the County Court on
company was fined $102,000 and
NOVEMBER 8, 1906.
one of its agents in the trans II G Diess, D Bruley, Chas. Turner, I
action was fined $6000. The fact Thus. N Brown, L B Jewell, H I) San
born, John Thrasher, John MeCalllster,
that this rather important piece M Burkhart. E Boyd, L .1 Heer J E|
o f news was “ boiled down” to a Estell, H Laws. Arnold Brown, C C
Wynant, Fred McCallister, Henry C
dozen lines by the associated Breeding, Thos. H Bedford, J D Car-)
E H Carter, E A Clement, M B
press dispatch writers and was
Whipple, O Nadeau, John T Breeding, j
printed in obscure places by the W A Pyburn, F R Myers, J A Clement, !
Portland Oregonian and other big H E Bedford, J M Whipple, Wm. H
McKinney, G II Jones, Thos. Scott, ]
metropolitan newspapers that use Alex Schindler, John Pitman, J C
the associated press and oppose - Aitken, J M Sperry, M M Scott, C S
I Hatch, Samuel Mathis, W V Jones, [
Hearst may have some con-1 q g Seaman, G W Wilcox.
nection with the present N ew ' -----------------------------------------------;
York campaign. Hearst does
n o t come within 400 miles of
being an angel, but it is only a The undersigned, having been duly ; £
“ fair shake” to give the devil appointed administrator of the estate
of Isaac Simpkins, deceased, by ordur j
Repair work of all kinds.
1 Turning and Scroll Work.
Horseshoeing and Wagonwork
Cast Iron Brazing
CE N TR A L POINT, OR.
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A W ORD TO THE F A R M E R -W
h e n you
come to Central Point call at the Kandy
dy ] Kitchen
if you should be hungry. You can get i a hot cup
of 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. W e also carry fresh bread and cakes
and pies of all kinds.
A W ORD TO THE BOYS A N D G IR L S -
\ oung and old—Think o f i t ! Ice cream and
cake, 10c; milk shake 5c: ice cream soda, 5c.
Home made candies at from 15c to 25c per lb.
East Horses, First-class Rigs, areful. Experienced D riven.
Daily Stage to Eagle Point.
Price, the Horseshoer,
HAS JUST RECEIVED A NEW BUNCH
HOTEL IN CONNECTION
Shorty Williams, Prop.
X Special attention to Commercial Men.
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J . W . J a c o b s & C o.
Manufacturers of all classes of
Murphy & Downing
M a r b l ■ a n 1 G r a .n i t e
C e m e te ry W o r k
or wilt manufa
cture from private
“ Ivy Leaf Saloon”
Our Granite Quarries, near Central Point, are
the finest on the Coast. Electric polishing
machines in our local factory. Iron fencing.
Fine Cold ALBANY BEER on draught
CE N TR A L POINT, OREGON
or by the bottle, for personal delivery
or by express or freight.
Central Point trade solicited.
P o in t
M A R Y A.
P harm acy
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Pure Fresh Drugs and Medicines
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And We P r in t f o r Pay
When in the city give me a call.
You will find my good3 first-
class and my prices reasonable.
Printing that will please our
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do all classes of Cornu v i !al and
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Complete and thorough training in
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AND ENGLISH BRANCHES
Or anything else that you may need.
Call and let us figure with you.
We are here to
stay and to help you make Central Point worth
OP. EG ON
Job Printing and we respectfully solicit jour orders
FINE PIANO FOR SALE.
Francis J. Heney has been em-
plbyed to prosecute municipal
A fine, new Richmond piano may he
grafters in San Francisco, and bought at a rare bargain. Instrument
he has retained W. J. Burns, of can be seen at the home o f Prof. A . J.
the U. S. secret service, to assist llanhy. in wHose cam it has been left.
M rs . J. H. Pt . basants .
in collecting evidence. It is inti- —>d'-’r
mated that some o f the most
prominent political boodlers in
the Bay city will be brought to
Hook without regard to wealth,
All persona haviug claims against the
popularity or political pull. He Hastings Industrial company on ac«ount
ney. and Burns are not like the of the building of the Central.Point
mem who do not know how to do creamery, aro requested to present the
ihwr:things, and it is more than same at once to the undersigned or at
pnntebk: that as many startling the Central Point State Bank, witlrthe
proper vouchers, t desire to settle all
disclosures, arrests and convic matters of this kind at once.
tions arc to bo expected in the
H J. TURNER,
California!metropolis as wo have
recently hnd.in.tho Oregon land
Send the lit'.KAI n to \nur friend-.
H A W K
O en era l B la c k s m ith in g
of the County Court for JacUaon
County, Oregon, sitting in probate and
having qualified as such, notion-is here
by given to all persons huvihg claims i
against the estate of said Isaac Simp-
There is no further question
about it. The jury system
should be abolished.
Banker, of Findlay Ohio, before:kins/ deceMed- '® ',,e8ent said c,ai™
whom the nice, good, pure, down- under8iKned Bt WoodviIle, Oregon,
trodden, oppressed Standard Oil within six months from the date of the
Co. was recently persecuted (y?) first publication of this notice.
Dated at Woodville, Oregon, October
for alleged illegal practices,, did
OSCAR SIMPKINS, | +
all in his power to> protect the I, ISO»
Administrator of the estate of Isaac
defendant, but the-fool jury just
took the bit in its teeth and found Date of first publication Oct. 4, 1906.
the "system” guilty;. This awful
verdict, it is feared, places good,
old, pious, God-fearihg John D.
Rockefeller under suspicion oi
not being ulll that a good, pious
American citizen should be, and
some pessimists fear that it even
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plbces him within sight of a state
prison or, at the best, a county
jail. It is a terrible condition of
OUR VE R Y BEST
affairs in this twentieth century
that a public benefactor—a mar
Pocket Knife. Made
who has literally “ enlightened th
from “ Wardlow’ s ”
world” for many years with coal
highest grade steel
oil—at 30 cents a gallon—should
thus, in his declining years, have
his liberty, yea even his profits,
ful in pattern and
placed in jeopardy. The right
su p e rb in finish.
kind of judges, if left alone
Comeand see them
could manage to avert such pub
We carry a full line
lie calamities, but the jury, com
posed of men who have for years
had their homes and their lives
“ enlightened” with his own oil—
at 30 cents per gallon—cannot be
depended on. The jury must go!
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