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About Central Point herald. (Central Point, Or.) 1906-1917 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 15, 1906)
CENTRAL POINT HERALD,
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1905.
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C e n t r a l P o in t H e r a l d
L ancaster & P attison , P ublishers
S. A. P attison , E ditor .
J. E. L ancaster , B usiness M anager
' An independent local newspaper
devoted to the interests of Central
Point and the Rogue Iliver Valley.
Published Every Thursday.
Rough and Dressed Lumber, Shingles,
Doors, Windows, Etc.
WE CUARANTEE ALL
P. J. Hielten
Subscription price, $1.50 ‘per year,
Ana guard our customers’ interests with the same good faith ive do
those of the Bank.
A Member of American Bankers’ Association.
Entered as Second-class Matter, May 4,
We are Strongly Insured Against Burglary and Hold-Ups
1906, at the Post Office at Central Point,
WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESSJ
Oregon, under the Act of Congress of Wm. S. Crowell. President
‘ directors ; *
March 3, 1879.
F. K. Deuel, Vice-President
Wm. S-JCrowell, F. K. Deuel, Chas.
M. L. Alford, Cashier
Strang, F. V. Carter, Geo. W. Dunn !
Yard on track near depot. Estimates furnished.
Let us figure on your lumber bill.
CENTRAL POINT, OREGON
Send the H erald to your friends.
THE SCHOOL M A'AM .
Q E N T R A L POINT has been
honored and brightened dur
ing the past few days by the
presence of a hundred or more
of the “ Best People on Earth.”
We refer to the bevy of bright
and winsom school nxa’ams who
captured the town last Sunday
evening and held it in willing
subjection till Wednesday night.
The school ma’ am is one who
every good citizen delighteth to
honor. She it is who takes a
roomful of unkempt, uncultured,
untutored and, alas, too often
unwashed little savages, and by
dint of hard work, infinite tact,
many smiles, an occasional tear
and, in some extreme cases,
maybe a little judicious use of
Mother Nature’s spanking ma
chine, she tames and civilizes
them and evolves from the sun
dry bunches of elemental atoms
o f mind and matter ingots of
that precious product from which
later great and good men and
women are moulded and presi
dents, millionaires and editois
are coined. The school ma’am
is an optimist. After devoting
years of her life to training the
pure, innocent and flexible child-
mind in the ways of righteous
ness and knowledge, only too
often, in later years, to see her
male pupils develop into dudes,
convicts or decorations for the
reverse end of a cigarette, she is
not discouraged, but with a “ sub
lime audacity of faith” in herself
and the animal called man she
resigns her $40-a-month job in
the district school and accepts a
salaryless position as private
governess, housekeeper, cook and
maid-of-all-work for some big,
overgrown kid whose chief stock
in trade is a big bump of self-
esteem, the whiskey and tobacco
habits, a propensity to “ lick”
everybody who is smaller and
weaker than himself, a pair of
heavenly eyes and a beautiful
whisker; and, God bless her, she
starts in to make a gentleman
out of him and sometimes she
Schoolmasters are all right in
their place, but it is the dear
little school ma’am that editors
and other great men most love.
It is her whom we delight to
honor and to her, the great
educator and civilizer of man
kind, we lift our hat with rever
ence and respect.
J. 11 .
- WORKING A G A IN —
Cash Capital, $50 000
The Youngest and the Strongest
that like a network rib and vein the
mountains and hills constituting the
water shed of the Rogue River.
The Winter floods from the moun
tains and hills, carrying in their waters
the gold laden detritus poured into the
Rogue River, where the auriferous
F. A. H A W K
detritus was agitated and concentrated,
G en era l B la c k s m ith in g
as it were, in a great natural sluice and
the precious metal has accumulated in
Repair work of all kinds.
favorable spot» in the bed of the river,
Turning and Scroll Work.
Horseshoeing and Wagon work
where it remains to this day.
Cast Iron Brazing
The course of the Rogue River be
CENTRAL POINT, OR.
tween the town of Gold Hill and Gold
Ray station is in the form of a great
semi-circle, half encircling the moun
tain known as Gold Hill. The river
forms, as it were, a great bend in the H - l- l-l-l-H -H - l- l- H- l- l- l-l-l-l- H -l- l- H - .
form of a horseshoe. If a tunnel were
IF YOUR HORSE HAS CORNS OR CONTRACTION OF
excavated througe the mountain known
as Gold Hill from a point on the Rogue
THE FEET, SEE
River where the south line of the north
east quarter of the north-west quarter
of section thirteen intersects the Rogue
River to again intersect the river at a
point in the north-west quarter of the
south-east quarter o f section ten and
above the dam of the Gold Hill Canal
Company, such a tunnel would drain,
and lay bare over two and one-half
miles of the rich channel of the Rogue
River, without interfering with the
water power of the Condor Water and
Power Company or of the Gold Hill
Canal Company. On examination of
the Rogue River it is evident that there
are two channels, tho present channel [
and an ancient channel, running paral
lel with and adjoining each other. In
other words, when we take into con
sideration the present channel and the
ancient channel, such a tunnel as above
mentioned would drain and lay bare
about five miles or 26,490 feet of river
channel. The necessary length of
such a tunnel would be about 9,240 feet.
Cheap electric power with which to
operate the drills and to move the cars
bearing the debris from the tunnel
may be obtained from either of the
two companies above mentioned. All
necessary timber is obtainable at rea
sonable prices in the immediate vicin
ity; the climate is simply ideal. Such
a tunnel as above mentioned would not X
only drain the two channels of the
river, but would in itself furnish a
great water power for the generation
of electricity. The tunnel in its course
would cut many of the gold bearing
ledges and veins known to exist in the
mountain known as Gold Hill. Among
said ledges would be the Gold Hill
Ledge, which in 1866 yielded over half
T IS TO OUR INTEREST TO TURN OUT
a million dollars, as above mentioned,
and would enable said ledge to be
Printing- that will please our customers. We are
worked cheaply, as it would obviate
the necessity of expensive hoisting
fully equipped to do all classes of Commercial and
works ami would also drain all of the
mines on said mountain, and would
Job Printing and we respectfully solicit your orders
furnish ample water power with which
to generate electricity sufficient to run
all necessary stamp mills.
Enormous fortunes arc awaiting the
men who have the brains, energy and
capital to construct such a tunnel and
thereby develop the mines of the river
and mountain, (¡old Hill News.
East Pine Street
A . P . Giilett & Son
Fast Horses. First-class Rigs, areful. Experienced Drivers.
Daily Stage to Eagle Point.
Special attention to Commercial Men.
J. W . J a co b s & C o.
Manufacturers of all classes of
M a r b le a n d G r a n ite
C e m e te ry W o r k
H o lid a y G o o d s
We are now receiving and plac
ing on display, the largest and
finest line of HOLIDAY GOODS
ever brought to Central Point
Fancy Goods, Toys, Books
and m any other attractive and
seasonable holiday articles.
Call early and make your selec
tions while the stock is complete.
The gold mines o f Southern Oregon
were discovered in 1867. Since said
date the mines of Jackson County have
yielded to exceed thirty-live millions of
dollars of gold in value, principally
from the shallow placers and from
prospect holes of an average depth of
not to exceed twenty feet. This terri
cannot tell you the
tory is in a great part drained hy the
brand stamped on
Rogue River and its tributaries, name
his Pochet K n ife .
ly, Jackson Creek, famous for its rich
Not so with those
placers; Cold Mill Oulch, at the head of
w h o c a r r y an
which gulch was the famous Cold Mill
OUR V E R Y BEST
pocket, from which in 1866 over half a |
million of dollars was extracted from ,
The name and rep*
an excavation 24 feet in length and 18
utation are too well
feet in depth; Water Gulch, Kama
Known to fo rse t.
Creek and its branches in the Black-
well Hills, noted for the richness of
their shallow placers; Calls Creek,
Sardine Creek Foots Creek and other
streams and gulches too numerous to
mention, all o f which creeks and
gulches yielded a golden harvest to the
early miners who with pick, pan, reck- j
er and sluice I h > x delved and toiled for
the king of metals.
Those creeks and gulches have for
300 Uishela o f fine quality Red Chaff
BgtW poured into the Rogue River their
or Buie Club wheat, for seed. Call on
waters laden with gold bearing gravel
J. M. H urley ,
and sand from the placers and the
R. F. P.
Central Point. Or.
detritus from the numerous gold bear
ing quart* ledges, veins and stringers
w. c. iÎLvrfi?
M A R Y A. M EE
P harm acy
Call and let us figure with you.
P rop rietor
I CENTRAL POINT
Or anything else that you may need.
We are here to
stay and to help you make Central Point worth
P o in t
or will manufa-
cure from private
Our Granite Quarries, near Central Point, are
the finest on the Coast. Electric polishing
machines in our local factory. Iron fencing.
CENTRAL POINT, OREGON
Shorty Williams, Prop.
ihe Mineral Resources of Southern
HOTEL IN CONNECTION
You Pay fo r Printing
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
25e. If you want to bake a lunch with you, such
as sandwiches, cakes and pies, you can get it
for from 10c to 25c. Canned luneh 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 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.
Price, the Horseshoer.
Help us with your printing orders.
Commercial C o lle g e
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Complete and thorough training in
W a tk in s
A N D ENGLISH BRANCHES
Excellent equipment and every up-to-
GEO. L. NEALE,
Has had 20 years experience
and guarantees satisfaction.
If wishing to make a sale,
drop me a card and I will call
and arrange details.
Bills Furnished if Desired
Central Point, Ore.
| CIGARS, TOBACCOS \\
The expenses are tjie lowest and the -• &
advantages the best, Otn- graduates
The undersigned, having
are employed and more demanded.
administrator of the estate
of Isaac Simpkins, deceased by order
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of the County Court for Jackson
County, Oregon, sitting in probate and
At Reasonable Rates
having qualified as such, notice is here
by given to all persons having claims
No more thorough and complete busi ; ;
against the estate of said Isaac Simp-
kina, deceased, to present said claims ness training can be had anywhere and
with proper vouchers attached to the
undersigned sK Woodville, Oregon, the expense o f securing such a course 1 •
within six months from the date o f the here is but little more than half the
Eagle Point, Oregon
first publication of this notice.
Dated at Woodville, Oregon, October expense ft) the larger cities.
Administrator of the estate o f Isaac Address:
Date o f first publication Oct. 4, 1906.
P> RITNER, A M., Pres
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ADMINISTRATOR’ S NOTICE.