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CENTRAL POINT HERALD
And SOUTHERN OREGON NEWS
An Independent Newspaper Published in tbe Interest o f the Common People
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Prominent local Boy
Dies After Illness of One Month
Victim of Typhoid fever
Was Bank Cashier
Central Point, Oregon, Thursday, March 29, 1917
Thursday. The remains were accom
panied here by his sister, Mrs. Hous
Brown who married Mr.
Am ick’s w ife's sister, and Mr. Kirk,
a merchant and friend of the deceased,
all o f Weed.
Mr. Am ick’s wife died just a year
ago at Weed. He is survived by an
adopted son. Standish Brown, four
years old and the son o f his w ife ’s
sister who died about four years ago;
two sisters, Mrs. Houston o f Weed and
Mrs. Henderson o f Central Point; and
two brothers and an aged mother.
Mr. Brown and Mr. Amick both
married daughters o f Mr. and Mrs.
Rodgers o f Beagle.
Local Packing Company
Central Point Boy Secures
Adds Another • Link
Position at heppner
The Central Point Packing Company
are putting out a cooking Compound,
known as the "A co rn ” brand, which is
being placed on the market this week
for your approval. The Central Point
Meat Market and local stores will han
dle it and you should give this local
product a trial.
The "A c o r n " brand o f packed and
cured goods is becoming quite popular
throughout the country and wholesale
shipments are being made to various
parts o f Oregon and California.
Royal E. Bebb, who in the past, has
been connected with the Herald and
with the Southern Oregon News the
past few months, has accepted a po
sition with S. A. Pattison, of the Hep
pner Herald, at Heppner, Oregon, and
will leave Friday morning for that place.
Royal received word from Mr. Pat
tison to report for duty April 5th and
will leave Saturday morning in order
that he may visit a couple of days with
his brother, Irvin, who is working in
w ic k e d
T e r r ib le
w eapon s
K n iv e s W ie ld e d b y
t iv e s of H in d u s t a n .
Big Prizes O ffe re d By
The weapon common to every part
o f Hindustan, so as to deserve the
name o f the national arm. Is the "ka-
tar.” This Is a broad, two edged dag
ger, tbe hilt o f which Is formed some
thing like an 11. the band grasping the
crossbar, which is generally double,
while tbe side bars extend on each side
o f tbe wrist.
Some katars are made with five
blades which unite into one, but by
squeezing together tbe crossbars the
blades diverge like the fingers of a
bund when the thrust hns been given.
Other katars are made in sets of two
or even three, o f diminishing sizes, the
blades o f tbe larger being hollow and
forming sheuths for tbe smaller.
Some of the southern Indian katars,
known as "death givers," are Immense
weapons, nearly two feet long In tho
blade, and tbe blits are a mass of fan
tastic scrollwork and mythological
monsters, tbe cobra with expanded
hood figuring largely.
There are also the "bteh'hwa,” or
scorpion's sting, a doubly curved (lag
ger; tbe "khanjar,” a larger form of
the same, uml the “ peshkabz,” or hunt
But none o f these elab
orate weapons bas about It tbe terri
bly "businesslike" look of tlie Kbyber
knife (“ ch’hura"), with Its ponderous
single edged, tapering blade and plain
Ivory hilt.—Chambers' Journal.
Boys and Girls Only May Inter
The Utah-ldaho Sugar Company of
Grants Pass desire to offer to school
girls and boys for the best half acre
or larger tract o f beets three cash
prizes. There must be at least ten
contestants in each district to enter
The following cash prizeB will be
paid in addition to the established
price for the beets.
For further information write tne
Utah-ldaho Sugar Company at Grants
The Herald is glad to give this
worthy inducement to the young peo
ple o f this section publicity.
heartily believe in encouraging the
school girls and boys to enter such
contests. It is a move in the right
direction and we wish to do our share
toward helping the girls and boys
Frank Beaty Hatfield, cashier at the
Central Point State Bank, passed away
at his parent's home in Central Point
last Monday morning. March 26th, at
1 o'clock, after an illness lasting about
a month. Death came as the result of
typhoid fever. He was just 24 years
and 9 months old when he died. The
Mr. Pattison formerly owned the
funeral was held at the home o f his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. Hatfield, on
Central Point Herald and Royal worked
for him at that time, and as they al
Tuesday, Mareb 27th, at 2:30 p. m.
The convention of supporters of the
Rev. P. S. Bandy, pastor o f the Pres
ready understand each other, each are
Road Bonding Act is called for Satur
byterian church, officiated and inter
rejoicing at being able to work in con
day, April 14 instead o f April 7, as was
ment was in
nection with the other.
Daughter of M r. and M rs. George
Most o f the stores and the bank closed
Hesselgrave of This City
Royal is a nice young man and while
Chairman W. A. Wood o f the State
their doors in the afternoon as a mark
Legislature’s Campaign Committee is we dislike to have so many of our boys
o f respect to the former bank casfrer.
sued the formal call Tuesday afternoon. leaving their home and friends, yet we
A very large crowd attended the fun and Mrs. George Hesselgrave that
That the meeting will be representa feel that good can be derived from the
eral service at the home and many
of every county in Oregon is assur outside experience, where they are not
beautiful flowers were presented by had died Tuesday, March 27th, at 8
o f the disposition to drift into bad com
o ’clock in the morning as the result ed from the correspondence received at
relatives and friends.
W e join the many friends of
the road campaign headquarters.
Frank Hatfield was born at Great
wishing him much success and
Falls, Montana, on June 26th, 1892. were not given.
many friends in his new abode.
have a delegate.
I f the teachers o f the different dis
He came to the Rogue River valley
tricts will send us the names o f the
with his parents some ten years ago, land and was well known there as a
girls and boys who have entered the
locating at Central Point. He entered young woman. She is survived by her
contest, which number must be at
the public schools here and graduated husband, E. C. Sherman, and four
T H E " L E T 'IM B U C K '" BUNCH A R K "RA1U .V TO GO," 80
least ten, the Herald will be glad to
from the high school with the ciass of children, and her parents here in Cen
"R O W D Y DOW .”
publish their names.
1911, receiving the honor o f a scholar tral Point.
The last instance o f boiling to death
Ashland, good old Ashland, and beautiful Lithia Park—
ship in Albany College as a mark o f
took place In Persia In 181K). The o f
It's Lith ia during the day and park after dark.
excellency in his high school work.
Young and old come from afar for a rousing lark.
fender was guilty of stealing state
A fte r leaving high school he entered
Some come during the week, some Sunday, but hark!
revenues and was put Into u large cal
There's one time when they all make a mark—
the employ o f the Cranfill & Robnett
dron of cold water, which was slowly The Glee Club, the Glee Club,
I t ’s In July when the " L e t 'im Buck” fellow s bark.
store, remaining in this position for a
heated to the boiling point. His bones
O f our own home town.
were distributed as a warning among
little more than a year. In the fall
Is going to entertain you
W e ’re always glad to see the cowboy’s smiling face,
the provincial tax collectors.
of 1913 Frank entered Albany College
The gentlemanly kind who knows his place;
When the date comes 'round.
where he attended school for twa
H e who rides the bucking horse and In the race;
Snow Slide Carries Away Top of The
sixth will be
W a l k i n g l i W o rk .
He who rcpes and bulldogsthe steer with grace;
eve o f music and song.
In August, 1915, Frank entered the
And leaves the great crowd with cheery embrace.
terday? Halsey—Yes. and the wind For the local club o f glee,
Eight foot of Snow
employ o f the Central Point State
blow off my lint, which landed In an
When the time comes 'long.
Bank where he held the position o f
'T w ill bo love and cheer, fo r the cowgirls w ill bo here.
auto, which did not stop; my eyes
They ride the wildest horses, and that with cheer.
cashier up to the time he took down
were tilled with dust, and I bumped Everyone a homeguard.
Grants Pass, Or., March 26. — (Spe-
In the exciting relay races they w ill always appear.
with typhoid fever. Up to this time
Will furnish the fun,
Into a man I owed $10. Hereafter I
Matching every record o f tpo cowboys— very near;
he had enjoyed excellent health and
follow no more health tips.—Brooklyn Alao spring some new-ones
Making every move without fret o r fear.
his parents and only brother and many
Onward to the goal o f that western frontier.
For a very little mon’;
friends feel the loss o f such a promis and E. E. Luatzenhiser. were found by
My old “ Nero,” won’t you come and buck with me.
ing young man the more keenly, be
Q u e e r E s k im o C u st o m .
So the folks in the grandstand seats can seo
Fifteen for school kids.
cause death picked such an one so full in the wreck o f their cabin buried under
A traveler among tbe Eskimos of
That which w ill mako them laugh with glee?
Gentlemen quit your smoking,
o f vigor and bouyancy. By nature an eight-foot bank of snow.
northern Aluska tells o f a custom that
Then they w ill buy seats fo r the days all three,
Ladies o ff with your lids.
The men were the victims o f a snow
Frank was o f a light hearted, happy
And writii the Jolly bunch many more will be
reveals an odd mixture of superstition
Seen on those afternoons o f frontier jublleo.
disposition and made friends wherever slide at least two weeks ago. The
and practical shrewdness.
When a Everyone’s going to be there.
bodies were found lying in the bed,
child Is born Its parents give It the
The house will be packed.
A ll Join hands fo r the tim e of your life !
name o f the last person who died In You’ ll get your money’s worth,
He was interested in sports o f all indicating that the slide occurred dur
Bring your sweetheart, your sister and your wife.
that village, partly In the belief that
kinds, both in school here and at col ing the night, the men being crushed
Come spend a week and forgot your strife;
That is a certain fact.
the spirit o f the dead person leaves the
lege, as well as outdoor recreation. He down and sutfocated under the weight
Throw nway your hammer, but bring your fife ;
grave and enters the child uml partly
Join in the tune o f “ Looee-’e-d e-K n lfe;"
was also fond o f the beauty in nature, o f snow. The upper part of the cabin
In the expectation that tbe relatives of
being a lover o f the flowers, and birds
the dead person will contribute to Its
The bodies will be brought to Kerby
and t.*)e restful quiet o f the country.
Many o f his happiest days were those
Stearns and Lautzenhiser came to
spent with a friend, or perhaps alone,
TH E S TA TELY ELK .
with rod and tackle trying his skill Josephine Co. from Oatman, Ariz, last
REA K FA ST < !OFFEE.—Prefera
William Pybnrn and Miss Sarah Bebb
against the wary steelhead, and many Summer, and were working a placer it u th e M o s t B e a u t ifu l o f O u r Re
bly breakfast coffee is served with
The tourists eeem to be rushing the were united in marriage Sunday even
m a in in g W ild A n im a la .
a nice string did he succeed in bring mine on Canyon Creek. Stearns leaves
hot milk. Exiierts say that cof
a little, not that they are going ing at eight o ’clock, at Rogue River,
fee with cream Is likely to produce sour
any earlier this year than in Oregon.
As a business man Mr. Hatfield took his effects indicates that he is a lu a few preserves the elk is tbe most stomach. They also declare that If It
This young couple slipped it over on
interesting as it 1» the most beautiful be sweetened neither milk nor cream previous years, but considering the
a very personal interest in his work,
many friends and it was a couple
a n d painstaking, Pensacola, Fla. Lautzenhiser leaves a
this day of Americanism It would be sake."
south o f here, they seem to be getting o f days before even the immediate
honest and honorable to a rare de
a flue thing if tbls typical American
Coffee may be either boiled (boiled through in very good season.
family learned o f their marriage. The
As a gentleman he
was men were each about 40 years o f age. animal should come to be known by coffee must not really lioll) or perco
One Washington and two California Herald joins their many friends in wish
courteous and o f a pleasing manner
his Indian name o f wapiti. The wapiti lated. three rounding tahlespoonfuls to
cars passed through here Tuesday about ing them many happy returns
He was a young business
Is the largest of tbe red deer family each pint o f w ater.
B e n e fit o f a D o u b t.
and closely resembles bis smaller
The milk has been put Into a double noon, headed for the north.
man o f ability and capacity in whom
"That woman seems to know every brother, the Euro[>ean stag. Tbe wa- boiler and tlience into a covered hot
The tourists are our beat boosters, or
Hie First Performance.
everyone had confidence who knew
thing that goes on in the neighborhood. piU Is not properly an elk, as the Eu pitcher as soon as the water around It worst knockers. Which shall they be?
Maud Tin- young clergyman who
him, and they expected much o f him.
I don’t see how she ran tie much o f a ropean elk Is more closely allied to tbs has boiled. In serving pour tbe cup It seems to be up to us. Give them performed the ceremony see me* I dread
Mr. Hatfield is survived by his par help to her husband."
half full of hot milk and then pour In good roads and they will boost the fully flustered.
ents, Mr. and Mrs. L. Hatfield, and
"You ran't tell. Maybe he's a detec
Ethel Mercy, yes! Why, he kissed
Tbe wapiti Is now numerous only In the e o ffo ^
country far and wide. Leave them to
one brother, Clifford, who is employed tive.” —Washington Star.
Egg and Olive Mayonnaise.—Cut get through in the best way they can tlie bridegroom and shook bunds with
the states o f Wyoming, Idaho and
at the Paxson drug store.
Montana, though nearly 4,000 bead are three to four hard boiled eggs Into and they will knock as hard as we tbe bride.— Boston Transcript.
N o t h in g to It.
thought to remain In Colorado, and halves across, take out tjie yolks and
Two may live us cheaply ae one
would like to have them boost. Boost
considerable num Iters are scattered run them through a sieve. Cut off a
If they manage well.
An old so! Her who had lost, one of
through western Canada. Tbe Camp- tiny piece of the lops of the whites to for a paved highway from the Cali
But, my boy, It can't be done
A t a fine hotel.
flre Club of America and other organ- make them stand evenly. Chop rather fornia line to the Columdia, and then his legs in the war once said to a
—Kaneaa C ity Journal.
younger mat., "W ell, there is one ad
lzaUons and individuals are working finely two slices o f tongue and mix follow with a road to Crater Lake.
vantage In having a wooden leg."
for lta preservation.
Tbe favorite with half the yolks of eggs. Stamp out
H e r A n x ie ty .
"W hat Is II?" asked the other.
home o f tbe elk Is tbe Yellowstone Na six nice rounds of buttered toast about
“ I wish I could be certain .hat A l
J. M. Amick, a former resident of
"You can hold your socks up with
tional park, w here be bas no rifle to the size o f tbe cut side o f the eggs,
It may be o f interest to the many
the Rogue River valley, died at Weed, gernon really loves me."
thumb tacka.'' Pittsburgh Press.
fear and where cougars, coyotes and sprinkle over thickly with tongue and
"W h y?"
patrons of the Cranfilll A Robnett
C alif., last Monday, March 26th, as
timber wolves are kept under control. yolks puree. Cut Into fine shreds two
more slices of ox tongue, t v o French store to learn of the recent addition to
C. C. Sanderson and family and
the result o f an operation. The re
In tbe park and lta vicinity are proba
mains were shipped to Central Point main bitched while I look for a lietter bly 50.000 bead, dlatributed in two gherkins, six olives and two fillets of the firm a new baby was born Wed Mildred Hawk visited friends in Med
anchovies. Reason this with rnsyon nesday to one o f the firm’s cows.
and taken to Antioch for burial today.
During the summer months the elk nalse and a few drops of lemon Julee.
add a little ehopped parsley, also a
live high up In the mountains, general
ly at an elevation o f 8,000 to 11,000 pinch of White or red pepper. Fill up
The grassy plateaus offer an neatly with this the cups of. white of
egg and coat the surface with a fairly
Ideal aummer range.
Even on the
atlff mayonnaise. Place each egg on a
wooded sides of tbe highest ravines
round of prepared toast, garnish to
there are parkllke glades where the elk
taste and sen e
late in tbe afternoons come out to
To Keep Apples Take fine, dry saw
feed. It Is difficult to Imagine a more
dust, preferably that made by a elreu
In order to Rive everyone, both young and old, a fair op
As announced last week, we will publish a special edition
beautiful sight than la then afforded
lar saw from well seasoned liardwissl,
by these stately and graceful animals.
to get the Herald for the next two months, includ
on Thursday, April 19th, in honor o f our 12th anniversary,
and place a thick layer on bottom of a
Although their number In the park barrel. Then place a layer of apples,
ing the Anniversary Number, we will offer a two-months
which will contain a number o f feature attractions.
One o f
may sometimes reach as blgb as 00,- not ciose together and not close to
subscription for only (20) cents. This will (five the children,
the features which will undoubtedly be o f special interest to
000 head. It la rare for visitors to see a staves of barrel Put sawdust liberally
single specimen. Visitors are takeD In over and around and proceed until one
even, an opportunity to become subscribers to the Herald.
the school teachers and young people in particular, will be a
stages around a regular route arrang and one-half hushela or less are so
The one story. “ TH E SK Y LOVE S IG N ” , will be well worth
new story which will start in the Anniversary Number, en
ed for viewing tbe natural phenomena packed In each barrel. They are to be
the small amount o f (20) cents alone, even if you got nothing
titled “ TH E S K Y LOVE S IG N ” by Lee Franklin. This is a
of that great outdoor museum.
kapt In u cool place
T h « elk dial
to be pursued by tour
more o f special interest out o f it. This offer holds good until
story based on the experience of the writer in Central Ore
lats with cameras end keep awsy from
April 19th. Who will be the first young person to send in
gon o f a number o f years ago. before the railroad had pene
Th# British Cabinet.
the stage routes.
, f visitors would
It la the Inflexible unwritten rule of
two dimes for a two months subscription?
We will publish
trated this section o f the ‘ ‘old W est” .
See opposite space
leave the highway* of tbe park and
the British cabinet that no member of
aeek out lta byway*, e ther on foot or
o f this offer
for Special Subscription offer.
Don’t fail to send in your
tbe cabinet shall take any note or rec
by pack and saddle 1.1 >s. they would
order in (rood time for extra copies to send to your relatives
from weex to week until Thursday, April 19th. See opposite
ord of Ita decisions except tbe prime
have a marvelous opportunity to study
minister, and he docs ao solely for the
space for announcement regarding our new story.
and friends in the East.
Watch this space for futher an
tbe greatest exhibit which survive* of
pur[s>se o f sending bis written report
Sky Love Sign” will be described in the next issue.
our mountain wild life
nouncements regarding the Anniversary Number.
to tbe king
Mrs. Maggie Sherman Died Convention Sat. Apr. 14th
At North Yakima
High School Glee Club
Two Missing Miners
found in Snow
Auto-birds Starting North
J . M. Amick Died at
Thursday, April 19th
Special Subscription Offer
Good Until April 19th