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CENTRAL POINT HERALD. T HURSDAY. NOVEMBER :9. 1906,
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They were slttiug by the library ta
ble, a lamp swinging from above. She
was playing solitaire.
“ Can you tell fortunes with cards?”
General Blacksmiths & Woodworkers
“ No. Can you'.”
May be found in our Residence and Business Property in
“ I have a method o f my own at card
HORSESHOEING A ' SPECIALTY
fortune telling. Shall I try yours?”
We treat you and your horses right
She passed him the cards, aud, after Í
Bhuining, he .urued over a card at a
time till he came to the queen of
“ That's you,” he said.
“ Oh. how tlatteringl”
“ The six of clubs, the ten o f spades
the three of clubs, the fju r of spades,
the king of diamonds.” lie paused.
“ W ell?” she asked.
THE most rapidly growing town in the Rogue River Valley.
“ That means a rich man is you
NOW IS THE TIME TO INVEST in lots and blocks before
“ I don’ t know any sue h.”
“ You're not supposed to know just
the Fall rush of homeseekers have picked out the choice
who loves you till you are told.**
“ You think so?”
property. Central Point is the most centrally located town
“ 1 sai l not supposed to know.”
'I 'h e i r G o o d « a r e F i r s t - o l a s »
in the valley and is the hub of THE RICHEST FRUIT.
“ The king of clubs,” he went on. “ tin
queen o f spades. The queen of spade*
F I) F O R I )
( )R F G O N
DAIRYING. FARMING and MINING REGION on the
indicates that a dark girl wishes foi
herself some one who loves you. Look
Pacific Coast. Its climatic, commercial, social and educa
out for her. The nine of hearts. th<
three of diamonds, the jack of clubs
tional advantages are unsurpassed and at the present low
The jack is that little black—I moa:
a dark gentleman whom you met” —
prices, every parcel of our property is a RARE BARGAIN.
“ Don’ t get personal.”
“The jack, falling between the Jack
of hearts and the queen of spades :.ut
directly under the queen of hearts, in
dlcates that you prefer him and that
the dark lady loves the jack of hearts
a blond man, who prefers you.”
“ And who is the jack of hearts?”
lie sighed, rhcii he went on dealing
The next important cards were the tc;
Cigars, Tobaccos, Confectioneries and Soft Drinks
of clubs, that fell under the Jack o
ICE CREAM PARLORS IN CONNECTION
clubs, and the ace of hearts, that fel
under the j »ck of hearts. lie pauser
ami looked soJous.
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Central Point, Oregon
“ What’s the matter?*’ she asked.
“ A great deal. The dark geutlemai
has ten chances to the blond gentle
We are offering choice business lots at from $150 each' and [upwards; and choice
“ He hasn’t. I mean 1 prefer bioin
residence property at $50 and upwards. Now is the time Jto invest, .before an ad
men to brunettes.”
ONLY WHITE HELP EMPLOYED ••
Tw o hearts fell, one on each side o;
vance in prices is made.
the king of diamonds. “ It looks,” In
’ u‘ J
said, “ as if, after all, you would ma
the rich suitor.” The king of h.
fell under the king of diamonds. “ Youi
father favors him.”
“ l ’upa doesn’ t.”
“Oh, here comes the queen o f dia
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monds, also in the line under the kin :
c f diamonds. That’s It; your mother
S p e c ia l A t t e n tio n
favors the rich suitor.”
“ How silly!”
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“ These hearts falling all about the
jack of clubs indicate that the dark
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gentleman is far ahead of the rich one
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notwithstanding your mother’s inilv
Her dam was f.ehigh Black Princess
“ What’s the blond gentleman (loin
Garfield's Black Princess dropped her
all this while?” she asked softly, her
last calf Aug. 30, 1005; her first milk
eyes bent on the cards. He cast a
was saved on Sept. 4. From that date
sharp glance at her and without reply
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to March 1, 1900. she has averaged
went on dealing till the Jack o f hearts
over thirty pounds o f milk each day.
was surrounded by cards of his own
P h y s ic ia n u n ci H u e j e o n
She has had during her life probably
EAGLE POINT, OREGON
more than fifty Babcock tests, never
“ Late in the game the blond gentle
showed less than 6 per cent fat and
man seems to be finding more favor
with the queen of hearts, but the?«
t'p to a certain point fall pasturage
clubs falling between It and the queen
la as good as in any other part of the •Id the 0th of February past.
l)R . A . B . S W E E T
of spades indicate a complication be
year. But nfter one or tw o hard frosts
PH YSICIAN AND SURGEON.
A d v a n t a g e o f T h o r o u g h M Ilk lR K -
tween the dark girl aud the blond
It is well to offer the cow s some nice
The milk glands, like the muscles Diseases o f Women and Children
hay when they come In at night, and
If they eat it with relish one may be and other organs of the body, are de
“ What possible complieaJbion can
pretty certain the season has arrived veloped by practice, and If the entire
there be?'* she asked sharply.
Day and Night Calls Answered
to gradually change the herd from secretion of the udder of the cow nl
“ Well, having been discouraged by
pasture to stable for the winter, says the time of milktag Is not removed the
the queen o f hearts—that is, you—he
Farm, Field and Fireside. The cows glands will soon become less active
might have gone so far with the dark
should not be left out at night nfter and will lessen the flow. Clean milking
lady as not to be able to withdraw.”
It becomes chilly or tc be exposed to has a tendency to make persistent
“ She can’ t have much pride to hold
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cold autumn storms. They may he milkers, and this is the kind that as n
him If he doesn’t want to be held.”
a b l e r o c k LODGE NO. 81, A. She spoke with a great deal o f asper
allowed In the fleld a few hours on rule are the most profitable. This Is
all pleasant days until snow flies, but especially true in regard to heifers
o. u. w.
without expecting them to get much with first calf. By thorough milking
“ You shouldn’t tjnve discouraged the
besides water and exercise. Before accompanied with proper and libera
keeping them steadily at the stable feeding, the milk glands are stimuinl
“ How did I know” — She paused. LARGEST CAPACITY, and most UP-TO-DATE MACHINERY
Visiting brothers cordially invited.
and yards the feeding should be. by ed to greater activity, and she wil
gave her time to frame what she
in the Valley.
Hall corner Second and Pine Sts.
gradual steps, completely changed to reach a much higher degree of profit
had to say, but she failed to do so.
W. H. N o r c r o s s ,
W. W. S c o t t ,
patrons the'FULL VALUE of their product after paying
ahleness, and It Is not an unusua
“ The blond gentleman certainly
the full stable diet.
Meanwhile, or on leisure days earlier thing row to find a heifer that cai
running expenses_of„thej>lant.||iThis is a purely
made his feelings plain.”
In the year, the cow house should he produce dOO pounds of butter In a yea j
She stared at the curds without re-
ENTRAL POINT "LODGE NO. 183 piy.
prepared for its oedupancy by the herd and in some cases even 500 pout),1
season and better.—F. II. Scribner, Fond <b
“ Let’s go one. Something may turn
Boxes, stalls nnd feeding troughs 01 Dsc County, Wts.
up,” he added.
and SHOULD HEJ PATRONISED by -everyone who wishes to
Meets every Saturday evenirg r,t
floor should he thoroughly cleaned and
If there was any method in his deal
7:30 p. m. in A. O. U. W Hal]
enjoy the full ’ product of his labor.
disinfected, so that no animal can ('.Is
• « I l f R ecord s e s s e n t ia l.
com er Second and Pine Sts. \ isii
cover or be subjected to any unpleas
The dairy record of the herd is .
did not seem Interested In the method, GIVE US’ AlTRIALCand be convinced o f the success of co-opera
ing brothers are tptcially intiUu to
ant traces of another and previous matter of the utmost importance, sa
only in the result. He dealt a uum
mee * i li os w h. n in t n.
tion under'bus in ess methods.
occupant o f the place. Then ass.gi
Professor C. B. Lane of the Unit,
ber o f the club suit about tbe Jack of
P a t t is o n ,
a t k in s ,
every cow her particular place for tbe States department of agriculture. Tic
Noble Grand. clubs.
Cans fu r n i s h e d F R E E anil Ci earn >liipped f r o m a l l
winter and gently insist upon evert j kif5t egt degree of success cannot L>
“ This is strange,’* he said.
p o in ts b y express
one being always In the right place , attained unless dairymen know tli
black little—I mean the dark gentle
The bedding, absorbents and disinfect
„ ro<juctlve capacity of eacu Individu i
man seems to have found favor with
Bibee Ranches for Sale
record should indicate no
ants should be provided in abumlancr ( rovr
the dark lady. It may be that she will
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and in ample time fer all to be quite j
<be dairy performance, but a cor.
not stand between the queen and Jack Central Point Creamery,
dry. Use no damp material under tie
biItory an(i description of eat!
F m and after this date, I will sel
and no m ole animal. The former requires a daily
cow or rotten stra
cards on the table, and It will Indicate
earth or sawdust.
record o f the milk yield o f every coy . to the best advantage, and for cash, how the affair Is coming out.”
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It 1» a mistake to be satisfied wit! and a fat test of several consecutive
Reaching forward she touched the ;
Removed to New
watering the herd but once a day
milkings. If accurate records are to
five o f hearts. He took her hand in
they can be Induced to drink twice e; be secured. Samples of this test may Ranch, at the Bybee bridge on Rogue his and placed It on the six o f hearts, j
three times a day, It should be done
be mixed and this composite sample river, consisting o f 1240 acres, and the saying: “ The five and the six o f hearts
tested, thus obtaining the average.
Cowa need much water.
Byhee Antelope Ranch, consisting o f make eleven, or the Jack. In other '
With my fine line of
A L vaad 01*1 Cow .
1560 acres. With the Byhee River words, you will make the blond little
T b e D a ir y B a rn .
The Jersey cow Garfield s Plack
Ranch will be sold that portion o f the
The work of the milker can be made
Princess, here reproduced from Aroerl
He waited some time for a reply,
crop upon the part purchased. This
and Fresh Bread.
can Cultivator, was bred on the more interesting by making the stable
when he heard a faint “ Yes.”
Billings farm. She was sired by Gar more attractive, aud partly for this ranch is partly under irrigation and
There were footsteps in the hall, and
reason should be well lighted aud von more can be put under irrigation.
In carne several young mea and wo
•¡pea, Fitting« and. Plnmbi.ig Supplie.
Address me at Agate, Oregon.
tllated aud made cleanly by dustin :
I have added a first-class
and whitewashing, also the use of land 12-tt
T. E. B ybee .
“ What are you two dotngT*
plaster and tome absorbent In the
He bad withdrawn bis hand at the
trenches, like cut or shredded corn fod
West E street, opposite depot.
first sound and was dealing the cards
der. for the purpose ot keeping tbe
vigorously. “ I arn telling her fortune
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table sweet and pure, some picture
Hill Pay Promptly.
by a process of my own.”
o f some promlu *nt cows o f tbe breed
He went on dealing, the others look
The management o f the Central
you art keeping hung on the walls
Point reamery wish to announce that Ing on, trying to discover his rules of
procedure. He married her to a dark (
patrons will be paid in full for cream
Fat r o u t.n l ot Milk.
and a rich gentleman, whereupon they
The Medford laundry wagon will call
Tbe quality o f the milk varies with
reminded him that a girl can’ t marry
Six acre* fine land in Jaekaon county for W(jr|, ¡n Centrsl Point each Monday
tw o men unless one dies or Is divorced Three arrea in b*-arini? fruit balance 1 »
the breed, period o f lactation and t! ■
afternoon and Friday morning. Expert
Individual and very little with the the first dav o f November. The work after she has married him. That stop hLn r.tate o f cultivation. Good, new 5-
ironera from City Hall French laundry,
•Aarixfci/s black rum
fee-1 Tl.e fat content of the first iniB o f making np statement» will necessari ped the fortune telling, and In a few
r om house, good bam, wagon and hug- I ; an Franciaco, employed. First clan«
fleid Stoke Pogis 15.963. which was a
y sheds etc. On main county road | work guaranteed.
•on of Exile o f St. Lambert, the sir ( the strlppiugs 8 to 10 per cent. For j expet payment Lefore November l(4 t. appeared.
jne-half mile from depot, aehool, post
• f ninety four tested cows, more Ilia
office. For further particular» apply I
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