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CENTRAL POIN . < >R
F or S ale —A six-room dwelling in
Central Point, ip good repair. Barn,
good water, son
fruit. A bargain.
Inquire at this or: ■<.
ÜVEMBER 1. 1906.
Milking by Mdchinery
The following is the program arrang ’d
The following letter written to the
! by Superintendent P. H. Daily for the New York Tribune and Farmer by a
H. Coruin, wh<
gently completed a | annual Jackson County Teachers’ Insti practical Eastern dairyman may prove
cottage in the ccr;h part of town, has tute to be held at Central Point Novem
of interest to many H erald readers
sold the property to Mrs. Fredericks, ber 12th, 13 th and 14 th:
in view of the attention now being
of Ashland, the consideration being
MONDAY. NOVEMBER 12.
directed to the dairy and creamery
*1250.00. It is understood Mr. Comm
business in this locality:
will remove to the Willamette Valley. 9:00 a. m. Opening Exercises.
“ I have never been very'enthusiastic
R. F. Robinson
Chas. W. Stanley and Miss Ethel T. B. F. Mulkey
Civil Government about machine milking, for I have
found it would be a most difficult mat
Brown were married at Jacksonville
yesterday by County Judge Dunn. | Miss Cornelia Marvin, “ Care o f Books” ter to get a machine that would be
simple and thorough. Last Winter a
After the ceremony the happy couple j W. F. Cameron
drove over to this place, and took din- j
“ Some Defects in Rural Teaching." visit to a dairy using one of the power
outfits convinced me that the time was
ner with Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Gillett. j
near when we could milk by machinery.
1 1:30 p. m. Opening Exercises.
Mr. and Mrs. John Ross, of Gold They will reside in edford.
Arithmetic While the work was not perfect, it
Hill, were here Monday visiting her
Mrs. W. F. Krueger and little daugh- H. F. Robinson
History was good, and the fact that not a few
mother, Mrs. Stidham, who is seriously ! ter, Susie, of Niagra, North Dakota, j B. F. Mulkey
large dairies are using them shows
j arrived Sunday evening to spend the
“ The Recitation— practicability. However, the cost of
Watches and ail kinds o f jewelry at i Winter in the Rogue River Valley, M. B. Signs
equipping a large stable (from $500 to
Its Ends and Essentials."
the Central Point Pharmacy. New where blizzards are unknown. For the
Geography $700) with machines at $75 each, piping
stock just received. Call and see present they are the guests of Mr. and I Chas. H. Jones
pumps and power is more than the
11-ti Mrs. L. Hatfield. Mr. Krueger, who
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 13.
ordinary man can afford, and more than
O. R. Ball, manager of the American
most care to invest in so untried a
R. F .' Robinson
Language | devV e aa
Type Founders Co., of Portland, was
milking machine. I had
selected ; S£en the advertisement of the “ calfette"
in town Tuesday in the interest of his
B. F. Mulkey -
i o be
but had supposed it to be a cheap,
Miss Cornelia Marvin, “ Use of Books i small affair, and not a practical thing
C. S. Sanderson & Sons recently
j M. B. Signs, “ Some Laws o f Child Life” | for a large dairy. I was, however,
finished some porches and other con
veniences on Mrs. Gibson’s snug new
i agreeably disappointed, for the machine
, 1:30 p m. Opening Exercises.
I is very simple as well as capable. The
Central Point lodge, No. 193, I. O. O.
J. H. Ackerman
: teat cups are made o f aluminum, that
L ost —Small, red enameled back, F., will give a grand ball in the opera j
‘ ‘A Program for the Rural School. ’ ’ I will not rust and is light. The rubber
open face chataline watch, with bead house on Thanksgiving evening, which
Lincoln Savage - - Mental Arithmetic j sucti >ns inside easily adapt themselves
fob. Finder please leave at J. W. promises to eclipse anything in the
' to the teat of any size, and no hari
Merritt’ s store.
terpsicborean line ever given in Central
R. F. Robinson
History ! seems to result from too long milking
The ladies of the Christian Church Point. The best music in the valley B. F. Mulkey
“ Hamlet." i The cows, for the most part, readil
will give a dinner and bazaar at the will be furnished, the floor will be put j
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14.
j take to it. The cups set very close t
Christian Church on Thanksgiving day. in finest condition and nothing will be
I the udder, thus preventing foreign sut
j left undone that is necessary to add to j 9:00 a. m. Opening Exercises.
Your patronage is solicited.
J. H. Ackerman, Theory and Practice stances from getting into the milk, j
Chas. Burch, a former resident of j the enjoyment of the occasion. Invita- j
R. F. Robinson
Language web girth holds the milking tubes i
this place, now engaged in the sheep ! tions will be sent to neighboring lodges 1
place. This was quickly adjusted, an
business in Warner Valley, came in a
to my mind was an advantage, as wit
J. Percy Wells
j from all sections of the valley.
few days ago to spend the Winter.
Some Essentials to School Manage it the machine must stay in place,
Clinton Bowers, o f Ashland, who
noticed with the large machines refei
owns a fine farm on Rogue river five
Chas. H. Jones -
Geography red to that they used a surcingle. Th
Local Option Law Held Valid.
miles from Central Point, left last
air that creates the suction does nc
Thursday for a business trip to Texas.
come in contact with the milk, for th
Judge George H. Burnett of the state i 1:30 P- m- Opening Exercises.
History pressure is wholly outside the rubber.
C. S. Sanderson and his two sons, circuit court for Marion country, sitting R. F. Robinson
“ The piping is free from joints an
Bridane and Charlie, returned Tuesday for Judge Hamiliton in a case from J. H. Ackerman
“ The Importance of Little Things.” complicated valves, thus easy to kee
from a deer hunt on Evans Creek in Coos country, rendered an opinion which
clean. I was told that a machine i
the vicinity o f Captain Short’s ranch. is in effect that a city by the enact
No catch ’em.
ments of its charter has no power to R. F. Robinson - - To be selected
W. G. Miller, Will Miller and John abrogate or set aside the provisions of J. H. Ackerman, State Course of Study
which was sold for baby food at
Williams returned last Thursday from the local option law. Coos county voted
cents a quart. The machine is operat
Prof. Chas. H. Jones will have < barge
tlie Grieve ranch, near Prospect, where “ dry” under the local option law. The
by a suction pump bolted to a piar
they spent a week hunting. They re town o f Coquille, in Coos county, secur of the music.
easily moved about the stable, o
Monday evening a reception will be
port very good success.
machine milking two cows at a tirr
G. H. Wamsley of Eagle Point sends ! regulation of the liquor traffic to the given to the teachers by the Central
I found the pump to work easily, t
in some whopping big white carrots for muncipality, and the council granted Point people, at Woodman Hall, with
operator standing erect.
the H erald exhibit window. One of
“ Above all, it is sold for $35, a pri
them looks to be big enough to winter who when he began plying his business dress of welcome will be given by T. M. in reach of any and not great enouj
was arrested under the state law and Jones, and all interested in education
a small family or an ordinary cow.
to entail any serious loss should it
charged with a felony and fined. Judge are invited.
Select a present for your wife or
found impracticable by any. Two m
Burnett’s decision, which will doubtless
The reception committee is composed chines wiil allow two men to take ca
sweetheart from the jewelry stock at
I ■ passed upon by the supreme court, of Prof. A. J. Hanby, Mrs. Stella'
the Central Point Pharmacy. New and
o 1 f thirty
or l U forty
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before the question is finally setteled, Purkeypile, Miss Elizabeth Gibson, ■ and easily than by hand.
confirms the supremacy of the state law. Mrs. A. J. Hanby, Miss Carrie Martin. machine and price appeai to
The best colored Spitzenberg ap
The instructors for the institute in ers was evidenced by the fact
ples yet reported come from John
clude: State Superintendent J. H. several machines were ordered l
County Sunday School Convention.
Daley 's orchard, at Eagle Point, to the
Ackerman, B. F. Mulkey, president after the exhibition by practical farm-
H erald window the other day. The
State Normal at Ashland; Superintend ers. Another advantage is that these
specimens are absolutely perfect in
The annual convention of the Jack- ent R. F. Robinson of Multnomah same hand machines can at any time
coloi ing, and in size they are no son County Sunday School Association
County; W. F. Cameron, Superintend- j be equipped for power at a cost of $1
will be held at the First Presbyterian ent Ashland city schools; Miss Cornelia each.
A. H. Rayton and wife, of Chehalis, Church in Ashland, Tuesday and Wed Marvin, State Librarian; M. B. Signs,
“ In ai. answer to a query as to ob
Wash., who have been visiting their nesday, November 6th and 7th, and all Superintendent Medford schools; Chas.
taining a machine, I was told the com
relatives, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Emer Sunday schools in the county are ex H. Jones, editor Oregon Teachers’
pany was several weeks behind in its
son, of this place, left Monday morning pected to have representatives in at \ onthly; J. Percy Wells, Superintend- orders, so much greater has been the 1
for Chico, Cal., where they expect to tendance. Rev. C. A. Phipps, field ent Jacksonville schools; Superintend-1 call for them than anticipated there
spend the Winter.
worker for the Sunday schools of Ore ent Lincoln Savage, Josephine County. I would be for a new machine.
Mrs. Louella Wright, of Great Falls, gon, will be in attendance as principal
All teachers in the public schools of
Montana, accompanied by her little instructor. An interesting program Jackson County are required to be
son, arrived Saturday evening to visit has been prepared which will be of present at the annual institutes
Send the H erald to your friends.
her mother, Mrs. J. H. Gibson, and her value and interest to all workers.
sisters, Miss Elizabeth Gibson and Mrs-
I. C. Robnett. She expects to remain
Bring I s Your Job Printing.
here about two months.
Mrs. W. R. By rum, of Table lu ck,
whs i.i town yesterday.
Frank R. Neale, a sheepman of Big
Butte, was in town Tuesday.
Big consignment o f lard cans just ar
rived at Leever’s, the hardware man.
Mrs. Dubell and children, of Canyon-
ville, are here visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. A. P. Gillett.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Grieve, promi
nent citizens of Prospect, were in town
on a shoDDine trip during the week.
The object o f all development
leagues is to induce immigration
o f good citizens from the eastern
states to the Rogue River Valley.
Hop Gold Beer
The Rogue River Land Co.
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 of our
advantages and climate. In the
last two years we have located a
large number o f 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 of 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
Double Stamped Whiskey
We will ship you from 1 to
4 7-8 gallons of 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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W E PAY
L em s ine
A complete line of watches has just
been received at the Central Point
A new paper cutter has been ordered
Pharmacy. Call and examine this stock from the American "t ype Founders Co.
before placing your order.
11-tf for the H erald office and will be here
Kelly Duncan, recently of Grass Val in a few days. The rapid growth of
ley, Sherman County, where he was our job business has made the installa
engaged in the drug business for a tion of a paper cutter a necessity, and
number of years, is here visiting his as the H erald is now a firmly estab
sister, Mrs. T. M. Witten. Mr. Dun lished proposition it proposes to keep
can has disposed of his drug business fully up with the times in the matter
at Grass Valley and is looking for a of equipment in order that we may
suitable business opening in Southern always be prepared to give our patrons
quick and satisfactory service. We
are now better prepared than ever to
Jasper Force, o f Talent, aged 106
handle all classes of job printing, and
years, was recently issued a hunter’ s
we ask the people of this community
license by the county clerk of Jackson
to remember, in placing their orders,
county. The Rogue River Valley leads
that the H erald is a strictly Central
Oregon and the Pacific Coast in many
Point proposition, and as such, is en
things, but it is believed safe to chal
titled to the patronage of Central Point
lenge the whole United States to pro
duce an active hunter with more years
to his credit than Mr. Force claims.—
Send the H erald to your friends.
D ozen for ’em
N o w Open and R eady for
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LARGEST CAPACITY and most UP-TO-DATE M ACHINERY
in the Valley.
W e pay patrons the FULL VA LU E of their product after paying
running expenses of the plant. This is a purely
CO-OPERATIVE EN TER P R IS E
and SHOULD BE PATRONIZED by everyone who wishes to
enjoy the full product of his labor.
Granfill & Robnett,
Leading Egg Merchants and
Dealers in Everything.
GIVE US A TRIAL and be convinced of the success of co-opera
tion under business methods.
C a n s f u r n is h e d F R E E a n d C r e a m S h ip p e d f r o m
p o in ts b y e x p re ss
Central Point Creamery,
Central Point, Oregon.
Teamsters with Teams Wanted
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