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CENTRAL POINT HERALD,
C e n t r a l P oint H er a l d
L ancaster & P attison , P ublishers
a. A. P attison , E ditor .
J. E. L ancaster , B usiness M anager
An indepmulent local newspaper
dev/stad to.tha interests of Central
Bttint. and: the Rogue River Valley.
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1906, at the Post Office at Central Point,
WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS
Oregon, under the Act of Congress of Wm. S. Crowell, President
March 3, 1879.
F. K. Deuel, Vice-President
Wm. S.JCrowell, F. K. Deuel, Chas
M, L, Alford, Cashier
Strang, E. V. Carter, Geo. W.’ Dtuni
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CENTRAL POINT, OREGON
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A WORD TO THE FARMER-When you
come to Central 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 better 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 ail kinds.
A WORD TO THE BOYS AND GIRL#—
Young and old—Think of it! Ice cream and
cake, 10c; milk shake 5c: ice cream soda, 5c.
Home made candies at from 15c to 25c per lb.
EQUAL SUFFRAGE IN OREGON M)
W HIR SrAfES.
present of a box of Willamette
Valley apples and the fruit so
The recent meeting of the
tickled his palate that he gave
federated womens’ club at Port
the grower the following puff:
land seems to have been a warm
“Just now, through the favor
proposition according to the press
of Mr. J. C. Uglow, of Dallas,
dispatches.. Mire. Abigial Scott
we have a box of the Ben Davis
Duniway, who is, without doubt,
variety, grown in Polk County.
the mother of the womens’ re
No apples could be finer. In
form movement on the Pacific ¡
size, color, form, flavor, they are
Coast, was a candidate for the
j perfection. It cannot be treason
position of president of the or
: to Hood River or to Rogue River,
ganization, and in the face of a
when talking of apple districts,
strong opposition she was elected
to say that there are others.”
by a good big majority.. Mrs.
No, there is no treason about
Duniway, it seems, has not
it, so far as Rogue River is con
favored the coupling of tha equal
cerned, because the Ben Davis
suffrage proposition wish the
variety is not within our class.
temperance question, and certain
If we were not afraid that a long
members of the W. C. T. U.
continued diet confined to such
strenuously objected to the honor
scrub varieties has so perverted
of the presidency going to her
his taste that he would not be
for that reason. There seems
able to appreciate a really good
to be a prevalent idea in Oregon,
apple, we would send him a box
not only among the good women
of Rogue River Valley Spitzen-
who represent the temperance
berg and Newtowns just to show
societies, but also among the
him the difference.
liquor interests, that the triumph
of equal suffrage in Oregon
The staid, old Oregonian has
means the total abolition of the
liquor business. This idea is not commenced the use of red ink on
well founded, if we are to take its Sunday magazine section, and
the history of other states that the newer Journal is about to
have adopted equal suffrage as have a fit from sheer tickledness.
a criterion upon which to base It is really a caution how those
our judgement. Wyoming, Colo little papers down Portlandway
rado, Utah and Idaho, the four do scrap. If they would only
¡States in which equal suffrage cut out such foolishness and'
has been firmly established, have “boost” the mossy old Willamette
none of them hedged the liquor Valley a little more they might,
dealers about with the same in a few score years, develop
galling laws that Oregon has their section of Oregon to such
done, and Oregon has repudiated an extent that a Willamette Val
equal suffrage by a big, strong ley apple might have some sort
vote more than once. This is of a show, by comparison, with
not saying that the women of the Rogue River Valley article.
Idaho and Wyoming are either Might, at least, be recognized by
better or worse, morally or in experts as being of the same
tellectually, than the women of species of fruit.
A n d We P r i n t f o r Pay
Oregon. After a residence of
It is rumored that BSx-Con-' ?
several years in each of the
states mentioned, the writer gressman J. N. Williamson has ■ ■
feels justified in saying that the decided to surrender himself t c ”
ladies, God bless ’em, are about the jailer at the Multnomah
IS TO OUIC INTEREST TO TURN OUT
all alike; they are all—or mostly county jail at an early date and
Printing that will please our customers. We are
all>— good, pure, true, noble begin serving his sentence of If)
womerb Many of them in all months’ imprisonment which was
fully equipped to do all classes of Commercial and
the states mentioned are opposed imposed more than a year ago
Job Printing and jve respectfully solicit your orders
ft» the liquor traffic, but in „he after his conviction far land fraud
states where they now vote they operations.
wisely decided to segregate the
question of temperance and PETITION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE.
womens’ suffrage. In Oregon
some of them insisted on coupling
Woodville Precinct, Jackson County,
the two, no matter how badly Oregon :—
they wanted votes for the su f
To the Honorable, The County Court
frage amendment, and they are of Jackson County, State of Oregon.
still clamoring for suffrage.
Mrs. Duniway is no mean poli siding in Woodville precinct, Jackson
County. State of Oregon, respectfully
tician. inasmuch as she has been ask your Honorable Body to grant to
obliged to study political economy W. E. McTnggert a license to sell
for the 30 or more years in which spirituous, vinous and malt liquors and
Or anything else that you may need.
she has been in the vqn of the fermented cider, commonly known as
and let us figure with you. We are here to
fight for the i>olitical rights of hard cider, by less quantities than one j j \
gallon in the town of Woodville, Jack-: • ■
stay and to help you make Central Point worth
her sex as stje sees them, and son County, Oregon, for the period of X
the "anti-Duniway” forces, who six months, from November 8, 1906.
while. Help us with your printing orders.
proclaim that equal suffrage in We hereby state in our petition that
Oregon can never he accomplish we each of us reside in said Woodville !!
ed so long as Mrs. Duniway lives precinct and at the signing of the same ;'
are legal voters therein and that we
— because of her views on the
Mb 11 ided in aeid precinct for
coupling of the suffrage and thirty days immediately preceding our
temperance questions- might do signing this petition and that we will • ■
well to study the history of suf petition your Honorable Body at the ..
frage in the states where it is term of the County Court on
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NOVEMBER 8, 1906.
now an accomplished fact, and
quit criticising a noble woman Thoe. N Brown, L B Jewell. H O Smi
who espoused the cause of equal born, John Thrasher, John McCaWster,
suffrage before some of them Kstell, H Laws, Arnold Brown; C C
The undersigned, having been duly
were born and at a time when Wynant, Fred McCallister, Henry C
appointed administrator of the estate
Breeding. Thus. H Bedford, J D Car
such espousal meant much to ter,
Isaac Simpkins, deceased, by order
E It Carter, E A Clement. M B
of the County Court for Jackson
any woman who naturally shrank Whipple, O Nadeau, John T Breeding,
Has had 20 years experience
County, Oregon, sitting in probate and
A Pybum, F R Myers, J A Clement,
from close acquaintance with W
having qualified as such, notice is here
and guarantees satisfaction.
H E Bedford. J M Whipple. Wm. H
by given to all persons having claims
ruffians, rowdies and rotten eggs. McKinney, G H Jones, Thos. Scott,
If wishing to make a sale,
the estate of said Isaac Simp-
Alex Schindler, John Pitman, J C
drop me a card and I will call I kins, deceased, to present said claims
Aitken, J M Sperry. M M Scott, C S
with proper vouchers attached to the
i Hatch, Samuel Mathis,
W V Jones,
and arrange details.
undersigned at Woodville. Oregon,
You Pay for Printing
Central point Herald
SHOW* TASTE A SPITZENBIRGI c G Seaman.
G W Wilcox
Watches and all kinds of jewelry at
the Central Point Pharmacy. New
The fruit editor of ffi*r Port stock just received. Call and see
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Special attention to Commercial Men.
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Manufacturers of all classes of
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Our Granite Quarries, near Central Point, are
the finest on the Coast. Electric polishing
machines in our locsri'factory. Iron fencing.
CENTRAL POINT, OREGON
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The expenses are the lowest and the
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the expense of securing such a course
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Dated at Woodville, Oregon, October expense in the larger cities;
Administrator of the estate of Isaac Address:
P. RITNER, A M , Pré»
Date of first publication Oct. 4, 1906.
Eagle Point. Oregon