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C E N TR A L P O IN T HERALD, THURSDAY. DECEMBER 26, 1907
ON THE UPPER ROGUE.
O ur B i z ClubM ner O ffe r.!
THE SONG Of THE PRINTER.
Arrangements have juat been com - !
pleted whereby the Central Point Her-j Goes the type in the stick>
Edrtjains in fru it, farm and Tim aid u. enabled U> make one of the great-1 As the printer stands at his « s e ;
eat clubbing offers ever made by an; His eyes-lance quick, and his finders
Oregon newspaper. Here it is:
Central Point Herald, per yea. $1.50. The type at a rapid pace;
$1.50. And one by one as the letters go,
Below will be found some real bar
. . .
$ 1 . 00 . Words are piled up, steady and slow —
gains in timber and fruit lands which Pacific Monthly
If You Love Her
Don't be afraid to tell her so.
She will not
hurt you. Brace up, l>e a brick and
Farm, F ield
“ Pop the Question”
Don’ t make any mistake in the question;
ask her sweetly and gently: “ Dearest, will
you join me in eating some o f that delicious
Candy at Sam Moore's Confectionery?’!
S T E A M C O O K IN G .
Steady and slow,
But still they grow,
An Improved Arrangement of Plpo For
And words of lire they soon will glow;
Wonderful words that without a sound
. i The most common way of cooking
The Semi-weekly Journal is the lead
Traverse the earth to its utmost b o u n d 8na ot(ler food ,n barrete and
ing semi-weekly newspaper of the
Words that shall make
kettles Is to Insert the pipe which con-
state. It gives all the general and
The tyrant quake,
veys the steam from the boiler Into the
state news and in addition gives the
And the fetters of the oppress’ d shall contents of the barrel and allow the
complete and correct market reports
steam to pass out of the one opening
twice each week. In the Friday issue Words that can crumble an army’s might!
*be end of the pipe and rise through
a page of “ Funny Pictures” for the
Or treble its strength in a rightaot s ! the HloP or " ollkp<1 fw<1
children, a page of short stories, and
a good deal of steam «snipes on the
T T J \ \ T /T \ Everybody in Central Point and neigh
surface before It Is exhausted. An lm T T 7 D
other features make it a welcome
Y e t the type they look but leaden and provement over this way of turning
borhood to come in next Sunday and eat
visitor in every home.
the steam Into the feed Is Illustrated
The Pacific Monthly, published at
As he puts them in place with his fingers
Portland, is the leading magazine of
the West. It is ably edited and beauti
But the printer smiles
fully illustrated. Its stories are clean,
j they ever tasted. W e give our patrons the best the market affords. Commee.
And his work beguiles
wholesome and interesting, all with
cial and Transient Trade a Specialty.
By chanting a song as the letters he
more or less of a flavor o f the West.
Special articles on irrigation, stock-
With pick and click,
raising and similar industries are at
i Dike the world’s chronometer, I ick! tick!
once entertaining and instructive.
1 he Central Point Herald is a strictly ; n
J * O, where is the man with such simple i
local newspaper. The H erald does;
its best to set forth the advantages j
Can govern the world as I ?
of the Rogue River Valley, particularly I
With a printing press and iron stick
that portion immediately adjacent and
And a little leaden die;
tributary to its town. It labors for
With paper of white, and ink o f black,
the advancement and upbuilding of
I support the Right, and the Wrong
Central Point and vicinity and is en
In the drawing. One druwlug nhowa
titled to the support of everv citizen
Say, where is he, or who may he be.
two pipes which have been arranged
of this section of the Valley.
That can rival the printer’ s power? j at right angles at ihe end of the Inlet
I have a Car-load, I f you need any, let me khow.
Take advantage o f this great offer
To no monarchs that live the wall doth , pii>e, and little holes have been bored
at once. It will only stand for a limited
| in the upper surfaces of these to allow
he giv e —
time. Three Publications that you need
! the steam to pass up into tin* feed tn
Their sway lasts only an hour,
for the price of two. You save *1.50 While the printer still grows, and Gcd 1 8mall
The other plan shows
and that’s “ worth while.”
| w hort* the steam Inlet Is near the bot-
Dealing In “ Cats and Dogs.”
. , . .
. . ... . tom of the barrel and continues us a
No antiquarian pursues a mors prof
When his might shall cease to tower! i .
'■ circular pipe around the bottom. In
itable or fascinating calling than the
j the upper surface small holes have
dealer In “ cats and dogs,” as the an
I t is not the quantity o f food taken
tiquities of Wall street are dubbed. but the amount digested and assimilated A Home Made Happy by Chamberlain's been bored to allow the escape of
steam, as In the tlrst Instance. When
” Cats and dogs” are the remnants of
W HEN IN TOW N C A L L A T
that gives strength and vitality to the
food Is cooked with this kind of an ar
eld stock, bond and note Issues of rail-
system. Chamberlain’s Stomach and
rangement of pipe it Is more quickly
read. Industrial or mining companies
About two months ago our baby girl done and at less for steum than where
on which payment of Interest, divi Liver Tablets invigorate the stomach
dends or principal has been In de and liver and enable them to perform had measles which settled on her lungs a single opening Is used.—Iow a Home
fault for years. Some of these securi their functions. The result is a relish and at last resulted in a severe attack stead.
ties are worthless aud obsolete, some for your food; increased strength and ^ of bronchitis. W e had two doctors but
of doubtful value, while a few are weight, gi eater endurance and a clear j no relief was obtained. Everybody
SW EET POTATOES.
worth their weight in gold. Only the head. Price, 25 cents. Samples free. ! thought she would die. I went to eight
Which is "the best” in Oregon. Try it and if you don’t
expert In obsolete securities can detect For sale by Mary A. Mee.
| different stores to find a certain remedy Proper Temperature Should Be Pr«-
it is “ the best” Jack will treat. We also handle the
their worth. Mauy of these securities
vided to Prevent Rot.
j which had been recommended to me
can be picked up at the official auction
In order to lessen or prevent rot the
and failed to get it, when one o f the
Methodist Church Services.
room of Wall street. Many brokers
( storekeepers insisted that I try Cham potatoes should t>e perfectly dry when
closely scrutinize the securities that
Sunday School, every Sunday morn berlain’s Cough Remedy. I did so and put In storage and kept dry throughout
are offered at this auction room, and
the period of storage.
only a few months ago 100,000 shares 1 Grayer ^meeting, every Thursday i our babV is alive and we" today- ~ G eo- sweating period just after the roots are
i W. S pence , Holly Springs, N. C. For stored cure should be taken to see that
of stock In a certain mining company evening at 7:30.
Preaching services, every other Sun-! sale by Mary A. Mee.
were sold for a song, from which the
proper ventilation is provided aud that
broker hopes to realize a big sum.— day at 11:00 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
the temperuture be kept at about 70
The temperature, In case
each Sunday evening that preaching |
enough roots are stored to imik« the
Discovered Crater Lake.
services are held in tne church.
Phrases or Handcuffs.
erection of a regular storage house
It Is customary to remark that mod
may best be secured by
a 8mal, 8tovc. where the
ern problems cannot easily be ifttack-
When to Go Home.
ed because they are so complex. In
who was one o f the discoverers o f the roots are stored In the usual dirt eov-
From the Bluffton, Ind., Banner: \
many cases, I believe. It Is really be- I
now famed Crater Lake, celebrated his «red piles It la Important not to let
cause they are so simple.
84th birthday December
He was water got on them whenever they are
would believe In such simplicity of want consolation, go home When you j bom in Hardin county, Kentucky, opened to remove any potatoes. The
seoundrellsm eTen If It were pointed
where he resided until a young man. fungus requires a certain amount of
out. People would say that the truth show others that you have reformed, go 1
He came across the plains in 1852 by moisture for Its most rapid develop
was a charge of mere melodramatic home and let your family get acquaint- j
ment, and this Is too often furnished
team and wagon, landing in Jackson
villainy, forgetting that nearly all ed with the fact. When you want to ]
by carelessness in opening those piles.
Villains really are melodramatic. Thus, show yourself at your best go home ,
Never employ diseased roots to so-
., , . . i
for Instance, we say that some good H and
cure sets. Destroy
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k id the
L i l t , act
cat, L there.
L 14 C X t . .
VV 11 v .1
V o u
— burning all dla
HORSESHOING A SPECIALTY
measures are frustrated or some bad
like being extra liberal go home and I 1 nhinp
hav'ng spent ten yeara ln Jo8e' ii,., .1 riK,,H
<'° n lu
n<,t ,~ f bo
officials kept In power by the press
the diseased roots to o
and confusion of public business,
! Mr. Skeeters, with a party o f 22, set resulting manure is to be placed upou (
whereas very often the reason is sim When you want to shine with extra I out in June, 1853, for the purpose of j the field where the potatoes are to is* |
ply healthy human brlliery. We waste | brilliancy go home and light up the | looking for gold. On this trip they grown, lu general commercial fertill- | We treat you and your horres riprht. All kinds o f repair work
our tine Intellects in flnding exquisite whole household." To which we would | discovered Crater Lake. A fte r camp- | Ben* are preferable ln sweet potato eul- j
done. Satisfaction guaranteed.
phraseology to fit a man when In a add, when you have a bad cold go home
ture ou tiie above account, and par
| ing on the Rogue river several different
wsell ordered society we onglit to he and take Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy
ticularly ln the I xh I h employed for tlio i
finding handcuffs to fit hlm.—O. K. and a quick cure is certain. For sale summers prospecting and fighting growing of the sets. As you select !
| Indians, many o f which they killed in | your sets It may l»e well to lift tlw? j
Chesterton In Illustrated London News.
by Mary A Mee.
F IN E S A M P L E ROOM
j skirmishes, Mr. Skeeters gave up min- , root aud discard sets coming from E U R O PEAN P L A N
I ing and settled down to a quieter life. ! roots showing the rot. I>o not place
May Turn Black.
Professor McMillan Brown, ethnol
' He was married in Jackson county in diseased potatoes in storage, as the
ogist, holds that the future Australian
The National Livestock Insurauce
am* 's tbe father of 11 children, loss may he very greut. Tbe young
, sets If diseased may is* sprayed with
people will tn all probability he black. Association of Portland, Oregon, 8 | six o f whom are still living,
lM>rdenux mixture. I f the disease lias
The Polynesians, he said ln a lecture
• t Sydney, came originally not from insuring livestock against death from ! Mr- Skeeters is just recovering from ! proved serious during the past year,
America, as has been supposed, but any cause. Our rates are right. i n. an operation performed four weeks ago, it would I k ? well to mix a tnbloejvoon-
The Home of Commercial and Mining Men
from Asia. They were whites and vestigate us. W e make no promises I whlch consisted o f the amputation of ful of sulphur with the soil about each
changed color. Just ns the future Aus we cannot fulfill. For further particu hia left limb above the ankle joint. set as It is planted. Practice rotation
tralian may do as the centuries go on, lars, inquire o f G. L. Neale, agent, Notwithstanding the hardships Mr. of fields If one field becomes too badly
Skeeters has endured and hi? great age, Infected with the fungus. Collect and
at least In the tropical regions of the Central Point Oregon.
H o te l
N a w li
C o .,
P ro p rie to r»
north. The violet rays of the sun will
he is now able to get about the house burn nil diseased roots and stems.—E.
turn him black In course of time.
How Diphtheria is Contracted.
The Corn Breeding Plot.
One often hears the expression, ,,My I
8 o rry H x _ Spoke.
Soma Othar Fellow's.
Tin* following adv«ce to New Eng
'Really. Miss Prlmm. you ought to got
caught a severe cold which d evel-1
bro«*d,»rH I p given in Kurol
_ »r r ie «l,” remarked Wedderly. "You’ll oped into diphtheria.” when the truth |
aoen be In the spinster class If you was that the cold had simply left the •Tpansive ideas. ” 1 could make a for New Yorker by K. M. Rant, Connecti
cut exporimonf station, who HH.r*: Tbe
tune in Wall street.”
don't hurry up ami catch on.”
little one particularly susceptible to the
"Yes." replied the piker, "but whose coni breeder cannot nfiord to *<*ll the
“ OU, don't worry about ms, Mr. Wed-
wandering diphtheria germ. V hen' fortune would yon make?” — Washing product from hia breeding plot, lie
derly,” replied Miss Prlmm.
Hhoultl make u second selection of all
wore as easy to please as yoar wife I Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy is given 1 ton Star,
the good seed ears from tbe U*et yield
would have been married long ago.” — it quickly cures the cold and lessens the |
ing rows of the plot and mix the need
danger of diphtheria or any other germ I
W. C. GREEN, Poprietor
together to plant a field, from the
disease being contracted. For sale by j
mean when dey talks about pitlnUn' product of which he can sell to his
Mary A. Mee.
de Illy? Mr. Jackson—Data about de customer*
Care should lx* taken to
ee-ne as butterin' de po k chop.—Kan have this field also Isolated from other
Up-to-date rigs and gentle teams guaranteed. Will take
sas City Times.
kinds of coni In order to prevent cross
Fascination of Burglary.
ing. It is care in all the small ;xdnts
you from any train or any hotel, at any hour of the day or
j "M y champion burglar.” said Mr.
that counts, for we are not apt to make
Holmes, the police court missionary.
night, to any place you wish to go. Best o f care to tran
mistakes In the large general Itiea.
"Is a bookbinder by trade, who has
There is great reason to believe that
teams. FEW GOOD G ENTLE TEAM S FOR S A L E .
been ln Jail on and off for half a cen
by the use of proper methods of se
lection. accurate testa of germination
Mr. Holmes' ramifications with this i
and proper treatment of the soil we
chronic breaker of the law constitute
n x Y C ’ T D F IT M rW T COD 41
can double our present coni ylelda,
an Instructive scene from his work. M
TK fcAlM fcNT rU R f t
.greatly Increase our profits and atili
He behaved to the erring bookbinder
maintain tbe fertility of our toll.
quite as a brother: tbe man bad tbe
or money refunded.
entree of the house and enjoyed the
friendship of the family. How was he F O R A L L K I D N E Y B L A D D E R
Delaware grown KicfTcr pears, d#-
ln tbe habit of repaying this hospitali
R H E U M A T IS M
toyed ten days l*»fr.r<* being shipped tn
ty? By going out to hurgle. Twice
cold storage, continued to ripen and
AND LUM BAGO
Mr. Holmes set him up, but ln vain.
soften In storage and were Injured at
The only charm that life has for this
A dote at bed time usu least 50 per cent In commercial value
extraordinary being Is the opportuni
ally relieves the most by tl»e delay. The effect of delay
ties It vouchsafes for committing bur
severe case before morning.
ttpon small fruits U very much greater
In the case of fruit designed for coll
"W hy on earth don't yon leave off
Tbe personal recomraendationa of peo
storage a delay of twelve hours In hot
Holmes asked him
ole who have been cured of cougha and burglary?” Mr.
weather will shorten U»e perk»d of
Chamberlain's Couch Remedy once. "M r Holmi-s
was his replj.
keeping by several days, while a delay
eulda by Uiamberi
-tbere's no fascination In the world to
hae, done more than ml e l ^ o m a k ^ ^
)( Jb r , llell,.e
,h. night, the
of twenty-four hours may give time for
mold to appear and the fruit b«* rmm
PINEULE M ED ICIN E CO.
.• iple article of trade and co .
element <>f Ranger, the need of keeping
drred entirely worthiest for storafa
CHICAGO. U. ». A .
, Aid *
o l ***
every «e-.-e on the a lert-It's grand."-
porpoaca. — H. Fulton.
S id k/r
fiold by Mary A, M w.
are worthy o f your attention.
238 acres—On Rogue river, 30 miles
from Central Point. Good two-story
frame house, good barn and other
buildings, good well of excellent water,
family orchard of apples and all kinds
o f berries. About 100 acres o f fine
alfalfa land. Valuable water right on
Rogue river with ditch constructed to
place. Tri-weekly mail service passes
door. Excellent hunting and fishing.
Price $20 per acre.
160 acres—3J miles from Prospect, on
Crater Iatke Park wagon road and
within 1 mile of Ray ditch and power site.
Good two-storv frame house and other
buildings. Good fences. Some fruit
on place. Good well of water. 40
acres in timothy.
1,500,000 feet of
pine and fir timber. Good outside range.
Price *1800. A snap.
160 acres—Same neighborhood. Good
house and barn, good fruit and berries
un place. 2,000,000 feet pine and fit-
timber. Price $1800.
160 acres—Good fruit farm All good
alfalfa land and watered by living
springs. 25 acres in cultivation. Good
house and barn. Near post office and
good school 3,000,000 feet fine red fir
timber. 30 miles from Central Point,
on Port Klamath road. A most desir
able home. Price $3,5!K).
For further information, inquire al
the H k k a LD office, Central Point, Ore.
. . .
Our price for all three, only
and She'll my “Yes."
G. S. MOORE.
2 VBIAND PINE STS.,
Y V P
CENTRAL P O IN T
25 GENT CHICKEN DINNER
Central Point H o te l,1 F “ K
BLA0KSMIRH COAL m
PRICE the H0RSESH0ER
THE :-: OFFICE
For Pure “ Astor” Whisky
C oltim bici
'T h e
O ffic e
.. General Dlacksmiths and Woodworkers
H o te l N a s h
Central Point Livery, Feed and sale Stables
FRIEND TO FRIEND.