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About Jacksonville post. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1906-19?? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 31, 1908)
T. L. DeVore, Jacksonville, Ore
Shoe and Harness Repairing
Mr. Stoughton P. Jones was of lin-
j eal Welsh decent. He was born at
AH kinds New and Second Hand
1 Tunkhannock in the state of Pennsyl
vania May 25, 1831 and died at his
Goods bought and sold. Want
home in Jacksonville Oregon Oct. 26,
to buy Junk. Old copper and
1908, aged 77 years and 5 months.
When but a mere lad he came with
his parents to Sycamore, in the state
of Illinois, where they .located. When
I a young man stirred with the spirit of
| a pioneer, which m ived so many to
I come out to this coast in that early
Harness Goods for Sale. Sole Leather for Sale. ■ day, he found an opportunity to cross
the plains in company with others.
Opposite U. S. Ilote
He first came to California and was at
Yreka for a time.
J *1 * 1* '■
In 1856 he came to Jacksonville, Ore-
| gon, where for the most part he has
On Oct. 16, 1866 he was married to
Miss Eiizabeth Vandercook Twogood
and his married life closes with his
death on the very morning of the An
niversary day of their wedding, a un
ited married life of exactly 42 years.
To this union three children were born.
Belle H. now Mrs. Davies of St. Paul
Minn., Emily T. who died when but
5 yeras old, Louise J. living at the
Jacksonville home. Mr. Jones has
one sister still living at Sycamore Illi-
nois, his four brothers having passed
on into the unseen world before him.
Mr. Jones was a man of intelligence
and the possesor of many commend
able traits of character.
He was a kind husband and father,
a good citizen, an unshaken believer in
Christianity and a future life beyond
the grave. Weeks before he passed
I away his excessive sigh and talk was
William Broad is spending a few of going home.
her home in i’hoenix.
His funeral took place on the after-
Mrs. R. T. Burnett spent the first of days on Applegate.
LOST Gold neclace with a gold cross j noon of Oct. 27. The services were
the week in Ashland.
as fob. Finder will please return to ! conducted by the Presbyterian minister
F. M. Calkins and wife of Ashland
of Jacksonville and were largely at
were at the county seat Monday.
Mr. J. L. Bennett of Hutton Calif., tended. The sepulture was in the
Geo. N. Lewis and Wm. Puhi were
was in the county seat the latter part beautiful cemetery of Jacksonville
in Medford Thursday on business.
where the remains of so many pioneers
Mrs. W. W. Irving was over from
found their last resting place.
Mrs. Anna Helman of Ashland
Medford Tuesday afternoon.
were laid to rest beside
in town on official business the first
Perry Wood of Pasadena Cal., was
the sleeping dust of his litte daughter
of the week.
in Jacksonville Tuesday on business.
i who had preceded him to the spirit
'Ji UBat c w mBii Kiir tw « ar Krnsam
Sam Walsh is working on the streets i world.
Mrs. Walter Bostwick of Medford
and repairing and cleaning the gut
was the guest of Mrs. William Puhi
Why Colds are Dangerous.
Civic Improvement Club
one day this week,
Because you have contracted ordinary |
The city council will meet next Tues
awaiting the decision of the supreme 1 Thursday evening at 8 o’clock a colds and recovered from them without |
day at the town hall.
court. His case will be heard today, meeting was called to order by Mrs. treatment of any kind, do not for a
Bert Harr of Watkins was in Jack-
moment imagine that colds are not
C. C. Beekman and family who have Alice Ulrich president protem, to or- dangerous. Everyoneknows that pneu
s mville transacting business the first
been sojourning in San Francisco for ganize a club to be known as The monia and chronic catarrah have their
of the week.
several weeks returned home Friday Ladies Civic Improvemdnt Club.
origin in a common cold. Consumption
A. C. Hough an attorney from evening.
Mrs. M. Rose presided as secretery
is not caused by a cold but the cold
Are you doing what you can to populate your State?
Grants Pass was in Jacksonville on
Mr. F. A. Sibbles, the prosperous
prepares the system for the reception
professional business Thursday.
The following officers were elected:
OREGON NEEDS PEOPLE —Settlers, honest farmers mechanics,
merchant of Eileen Calif., was in
and development of the germs that
Mrs. William Dean and child of Mc- Jacksonville on business the latter
President Mrs. A. Ulrich, vice presi
merchants, clerks, people with brains, strong hands and a willing
Cloud Cal., arrived the first of the part of the week.
dent, Mrs. W. Barnum, treasurer, Mrs-
heart—capital or no capital.
week to visit her father W. C. Kitto.
Mary Miller, secretery, Mrs. May Rose.
W. I. McIntyre and Roy Ulrich
ious diseases. Diphtheria scarlet fever
A committee consisting of Mesdames
Mrs. (). McKendree and children of spent a few days hunting in the Ap-
measles and whooping cough are much
Hines, Shaw and Harbaugh, to draft a
Lakeview spent the first of the week piegate country this week.
more likely to be contracted when the ;
is sending tons of literature to the East for distribution
at the home of Harry Luy.
Miss Myrtle Pease traveling agent ty, were appointed by president Ulrich. child has a cold. You will see from j
every available agency. Will you not help the good work
Mr. E. Elksnat formerly county for the Girls and Bays Aid society of
this that more real danger lurks in a .
of builping Oregon by sending us the names and addresses of your
The club decided to give a dinner on cold than in any other of the common |
survey >r of this place has returned Portland was in our city Tuesday.
friends who are likely to be interested in this state? We will be
election day, next Tuesday, to be serv ailments. The easiest and quickest I
after an absence of several years.
Arthur Lewis and Charley Bailey ed in the basement of the I. 0. O. F.
glad to bear the expence of sending them complete information
Mrs. I). 11. Jackson and daughter returned Wednesday from a weeks
way to cure a cold is to take Chamber
about Oregon and its opportunities.
hall from 12 noon until 10 p. m. at 25
Miss Minnie were over from Medford hunt in the Applegate country.
lain’s Cough Remedy. The many re
cents a plate,to which all are cordially
COLONIST TICKETS will be on sale during SEPTEMBER
markable cures effected by this pre
Mrs. Frank Dungy of Williams creek invited to partake.
AND OCTOBER from the Fast to all points in Oregon. The fares
Mrs. H. A. Hawkins who has been spent a few days with her mother Mrs.
A resolution was adopted asking all
from a few principle cities are:
of trade over a large part of the world.
visiting relatives at Stockton arrived Anna Broad this week.
the ladies of Jacksonville to join the
From Denver - - - $30.00 From
home a few days ago.
Roscoe Cantrell a well known stock- club, then the meeting adjourned with
Omaha - - - 30.00
Miss Hazel Moody of Medford was man of Klamath Falls arrived in town a membership of twenty to meet again
Kansas City - 30.00
M. M. Taylor who was sick for a few
in charge of the telephone office this this week.
Saturday evening at 7:30 o’clock.
St. Louis - - 35.5)
New York 55.00
days last week resumed work in the,
week during the absence of Miss
Chicago - - - 38.00
store Tuesday of this week.
CARD OF THANKS
TICKETS CAN BE PREPAID.
employed on the Rogue River Courier, I
There are hours which come into the
Frank Mengoz of Squaw Lake, was at Grants Pass.
If you want to bring a friend or relative to Oregon, deposit the
lives of some when every impulse of
in Jacksonville on business the last
proper amount with any of our agents. The ticket will then be
Mrs. Lynn Whiteside of San Fran- the heart is buried under its weight of
part of the week.
furnished by telegraph.
cisco is visiting her mother Mrs. Irene sorrow. We would not be so forget
The Emerick serves meals at all Eaton.
A. S. ROSENBAUM Local Agent Medford Ore.
ful as to fail to give expression to the
hours. Everything neat and clean,
Miss Stella Levy and Mrs. A. H. gratitude which comes from our hearts
WM. MCMURRY. Gen. Pass. Agent, Portland Ore.
Maegley returned from San Francisco as we remember the kindness of those
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31.
J. W. Bybee who has been in Alaska Sunday where they had been attending who gathered about us during our re
Notice of Filing Plat of Survey.
for several years returned to his old the funeral of their sister Mrs. Jennie cent bereavement.
Department of the Interior. United States Land Timber Land, Act June 3, 1878 —
home in this city. His father, William Dattlebaum.
We wish to thank those who sent Fun For All at the U. S. Theatre Office.
Roseburg. Oregon. October 16, 1908.
Notice for Publication.
Bybee, has been quite sick.
Eldridge Green, secretary of the beautiful garlands of flowers and the
Notice is hereby given that Sections 23. 24. 25
United States Land Office. Roseburg. Oregon,
and 20. Tp. 39 S. R. 7 West. W. M.. have been April 29. 1908.
When in Medford stop at the Emerick Compressed Air Machinery Co., of I
Mrs. Caughthran’s Excellent string surveyed, and the plat of survey will be filed in Notice is hereby given that in compliance with
where the finest of meals are served San Franciso was in Jacksonville this our sorrow by their kind words of
this office on November 24. 1908, at 9 o’clock A. the provisions of the act of Congress of June 3.
orchestra will furnish music.
and the most corteous attention given. week en route to the Blue Ledge mine sympathy.
M. and on and after such date we will be prepar j 1878. entitled "An act for the sale of timber lands
M rs . E lizabeth V. J ones , and dau
to see F. W. Carnahan.
Try us and see.
ed to receive applications for the entry of lands in the States of California. Oregon. Nevada, and
AN ENTIRE CHANGE OF PROGRAM
Washington Territory.” as extended to all Public
An elegant assortment of hand
BENJ a MI n L. EDDY Register.
There is a report that 1 am handling
J. M. LAWRENCE. Receiver. Land States by act of August 4. 1892,
Mr. Schiller’s bread, there is no truth painted china dishes. Excellent for
JOHN N. DUNCAN
H. C. Waltner who has for some
Owing to the increased cost of
in it but I am handling those good birthday, wedding or Christmas pres
of Albany, county of Linn State of Oregon, filed
in this office on Dec. 26. 1907 his sworn statement
music and a better film service I am
square loaves from Allen & Reagans. ents. Call and examine the assort
Jackson County, Abstract Company,
ment at the Boss.
obliged to change the price of admis In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for No. 9829. for the purchase of the N E *4 of Section
will leave soon for Kansas City Mo.,
No. 8. in Township No. 41 South Range No. 3
the CountY of Jackson.
They say all whiskey is good whis where he will visit friends and relativ sion as follows:
The Civic Improvement Club of this
West. W M. and will offer proof to show that the
I Adults................................................. 15c Martha S. Stunkard.
land sought ■ more valuable for its timber or
city will serve dinner in the 1. O. O. F. key only some is better than others
es. Mr. Waltner has made many
Matthew Stunkard. Defend-
than for agricultural purposes, and to es
hall on election day from 12 o’clock "Some” means “H arper ” the others warm friends in Jacksonville during Children...............................................10c
tablish his claim to said land before the Register
noon until 10 p. m The ladies will are "alsorans ’’—Call for H arper at his short stay here, all of whom re
To Matthew Stunkard. the above named de and Receiver at this office in Roseburg, Oregon,
gret his leaving. Mr. Waltner s va
charge 25 cents, the proceeds go to the E. H. H elms ’.
on Saturday, the 21. day of November. 1908.
Good full-weight bread at the Boss. fendant:
In the name of the State of Oregon, you are
cancy in the Abstract Company will
He names as witnesses: E. E. McKinney, of
benefit of the town.
Mrs. Julia Miltenberger, of Indiana, be filled by Miss Fay Sears.
hereby required to appear and answer the com Sublimity. Oregon. H. W. Smith of Turner, Ore
is visiting with Miss Catherine Chap
gon G. W. Kearns, of Grants Pass Oregon. C. J.
court, now on file with the Clerk of said Court, Cameron of Gold Hill. Oregon.
man and mother this week. Mrs. Mil
Notice for Publication.
The Oyster season is now open and tenberger has been visiting friends in
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
United States Land Office. Roseburg Oregon. summons upon you. if served in Jackson County.
above-described lands are requested to file their
Luy A Keegan handles the famous Josephine county. Eastern Oregon,
April 29. 1**.
Oregon; but if served in any other county in the claims in this office on or before said 21st day of
Notice is hereby given that in compliance with State of Oregon, then within twenty days from
Eagle brand of oysters. Take a can Hillsboro, Portland and Medford.
the provision« of the act of Congress of June 3. the date of the service of this summons upon you November. 1908.
of these large Eastern oysters home
BENJAMIN L. EDDY. Register.
1878. entitled “An act for the sale of timber or if personally served on you out of the State of
Not one-fifth, perhaps not one-tenth
to fry, stew or for cocktails.
lands in the States of California. Oregon. Oregon, then within six weeks after the date of
Nevada, and Washington Territory.” as extend such service; and if served by publication thereof,
deposits. They are deposits, not of
ed to all the Public l»and States by act of then within six weeks from the date ofthe first
money but of credits checks and other
August 4, 1892,
publication; and you are hereby notified that if
WILLIAM A. REAMER.
evidences or indicia of value, but not
you fail to appear and answer said complaint, as FORSALE-One $50.00 No. 4 Sharp
Douglas. hereby required, the plaintiff will apply to the
money. The bank, therefore that
less Cream Separator, 4 good milk
this Court for relief demanded in said complaint, name- I
guarantees deposits must guarantee
cows and a number of young Stock.
office <>n Nov. 21. 1907, hia sworn statement No. ly. for a decree dissolving the marriage contract
9812. for the purchase of the Southwest h of existing between Plaintiff Martha S. Stunkard.
the credit of depositors. It is prepos
Call on or write. Adolf Schultz.
A few do«esef this remedy will in Section No 21. in Township No. 39. S. Range and defendant Matthew Stunkard. and for the
terous; it is impossible. Ex.
variably cure »n ordinary attack of
coats and disbursements of this suit to be taxed.
that the land sought is more valuable for its
For Chronic Diarrhoea.
Under and by virtue of an order made by the
It can always be depended n-> -n,
Hon. ><. K. Hanna, a judge of said Court, dated DRESS MAKING Mrs. Hostetter is
"While in the army in 1861 I was
even in the more severe attack* , f and to establish his claim to said land before on the Sth day of Oct.. 1908. this Summons is
prepared to do dress making or sew
taken with chronic diarrhoea," says cramp colic and cholera morlm*
Register and Receiver at Roseburg Oregon on served on the defendant by the publication there
ing. Having finished her trade in
George M. Felton of South Gibson. Pa.
It is equally encceaaful for summer Thursday, the 19th day of November 191«.
of for six consecutive weeks in the Jacksonville
He name* as witnesses: w. L. Miller, of Ap Poet. a weekly newspaper printed and published
one of the largest dress making es
"I have since tried many remedies but <liarrh.es and cholera infantnui in
children, and is the means of aav : g plegate. Ore. Geo. Turner, of Roseburg. Ore. at Jacksonville. Jackson County Oregon, and the
tablishments on the coast.
without any permanent relief, until the
F. Ruch, of Applegate, Ore. George W. Sparks, defendant by said order is required to appear and
lives of many children each year
Mr. A. W. Miles, of this place, per
When redneed with water and of Applegate. Ore.
answer within six weeks from the date of the
Mr. and Mrs Nick Kime who reside
sweetened it is pleasant to take
Any and all persons claiming adversely the first publication hereof.
suaded me to try Chamberlain’s Colic.
Every man of a family should keep above-described lands are requested to file their Date of first publication Oct. 10. 1908.
in East Jacksonville returned home last
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, one
this remedy iu his home liny it now. claims on or before said 19th day of November.
week from a nine weeks visit in the
HARVEY. A MILES.
bottle of which stopped it at once."
L arok S izk 5eC.
Attorneys for Plaintiff. East.
For sale by City Drug Store.
BENJAMIN L. EDDY. Register
TVetc Cluster Raisins
New Seeded Raisins, Cartons
New Zante Currants
Cheese and Lemon Peel
Mince Meat Plum Pudding
Largest Assortment of Fancy and Staple
Groceries and provisions in Jacksonville
Southern Pacific Co. Lines in Oregon