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About Jacksonville post. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1906-19?? | View Entire Issue (March 6, 1909)
MeBclumes Etfie Prim, Constance Mul [LLui.a.iAÌiiiG QUALITIES
key, Hattie Neuber, Marie Ulrich,
OREG 3 X . ANS
Is i Luy, Mabel Miller, Dora Harbaugh,
Owen Dunlap was down from Pho?- N. lie Newbury, Alice Ulrich; Misses
Kite Cron.miiler, Mollie Britt, Cora
A reprint and revision of Bulletin
The Loss lias reduced the price on Li.m, Maud Priiu and Mrs. Ella Cook. No. 57 of the State Dejiartment of
Today is an extremely important
his fancy Chinaware.
Agriculture of Pennsylvania has been one in the growth and advancement of
George Stephenson of Ashland was
issued by the Department of Chemiatry ( ti u stale of Oregon. It is the opening
at the county scat Tuesday.
cf the Pennsylva lia State College, (Liy of the luwest-priccd cne-way
Oliver S. Brown of Grants Pass was
under the authorship of George Gilbert t;--ka-s to the state sold for years, and
in Jacksonville Tuesday on official Items of Interest to Jacksen Ccuirty Pond, Ph. D The whole subject cl c.. ealated on the oasis of rate per
C.ilc u:n Carbide and Acetylene s ci
itills, Oregon na3 the advantage of
ered most thoroughly without the u
c . .ry other slate in the Union. Tick
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Gale of North
ets for Oregon points will be on sale
of technical language, and the b
Bend spent the first of the week in
contains complete and authoritative t. . v ami continue until April 30th,
information, so simply toll that tl. at every ticket office in the United
Attorney R. G. Smith cf Grants
Otis J. Elliot and Lola E. Cavin.
public gent rally will find the bojc r. ' Statu» and Canada, mid if the buyer
Pass was in Jacksonville this week on
‘ only instructive but extremely intc: - of the ticket is ;-.:.e.l in advance he
c.i.1 gel a ride from Winnipeg, Canada,
Isaac Dronberb vs. J. F. Rcil.’y;
John Cantrell and wife of Buncom
and ‘ The use of Acetyleno commercial ;- to the farthest rail point in Oregon for
visited relatives in Jacksonville Mon
'inis same fare applies from St.
is an evolution covering t n or t'.vtl>
Reames, attorneys for j lain'.lff.
years. The rapid strides which the 1 mi, Om. na a.:. *x:.t. ■:.» City, while
Henry Triplett vs. Mabel Triplett; new illumimt has made, especially in 1.
The Boss for candies, nuts, fruit
tit. Louis it is t’SO.bO, Chicago
for divorce. O. J. Brown, attor country homes, is making it a formid - $ ., New York City
vegetables, in fact everything that is
cm :.' .
ble competitor for favor wherever il ti.male rates from every other place.
¡3 plcssant U take.
To rpre.d the Knowledge of these ■ ether harmful dru^J
lumination is required.
Attorney A. E. Reames returned
The spectral analj’sis of the light r; c. .he p. ;.ie of i-’orilmiJ are dung I u'.i.’.ly ta a baty es
from Portland Friday where he has
In the matter of the guardianship
Price 2S cents,
been on legal business.
cf Toble Swimlar a miner; order to shows it to be a prr.cti.-al duplicati'm ever thing in their ¡.ov.^r, mid leail-.-ts
Don’t overlook the magazine offer
true value when illuminated by tris t. . leavei the c t; , . ..v..- ... :
The We ather.
in this issue, it may not last much Ion; -
Estate Martha Ann Clemmen3 de
is the report of U. S. Vol
ceased; order confirming sale of real
Acetylene for the hsartlight3 of nut - CK.iliiON 1'UlNT JU.ii' AS < ...Ai'- unteer Cooperative O'.•er vi r,
Miss Leona Ulrich of Jacksonville property.
mobiles, its adoption by the Govern
is spending this week with fri.n.is in
In the matter of the guardianship ment for beacon lights, lighthouses, town ana vl luge in the state should for Jacksonville, for month of Jar 'ary
Latitude42 deg. 13. min. north; longi
of Lorenv Eicher a minor; order ap ferts and Indian schools, has given gat I iy in
■ ■■. . half t........E -st tude 123 deg. 5 min. w - ,t.
Call up the Boss on the phone for pointing William F. McCallan, Bert new impetus.
ern people of this fact. Th.ro ¡3
vegetables or anything we carry and Carter and John E. Thompson ap
Professor Pond has shown that the every indication now l hat the travel DATE MAXI
it will be delivered.
dweller in the country home can se will be very heavy—it should b<
In the matter of the guardianship cure this excellent illummant at a cost mous. Every reader til . m
FOR SALE One registered Holstein
cow, inquire of Mrs. Lucy Ilobcon of Herman Lerov Simpkins, a minoi; which compares, to the advantage of s i raid take this article as a PL
order appointing Laban T
. Acetylene, with city gas when burn :d AL APPEAL and do hi. fa.i :
' Miles of A 11 ..d spent J. W. Myers and Frank Amy apprais-i cost;ng a dollar per thousand cubic ward adding to the population
.. B. E. ers.
Estate Philip L. Simpkins deceased;
The Board of Engineers cf the
All the doubt about the new r
Haney of this city.
order appointing Laben Thompson, .). National Board of Fire Underwrites through Central Or , i have 1, n re- 12
The Emerick serves meals
all W. Myers and Frank Amy appraisers. have, after a year’s examination
moved i by th_- li-.l'nate promise of 1J
hours. Everything neat and
Estate W. H. Bradshaw deceased; the subject, declared thril Acetyh \ Sec -eti ary of
late l ,r G rfield that in
order to make deed.
when installed with approved aj>; ;r a- P
red cons. ".Ation maps will bo a;:- 17
D. H. Jackson, one of Medford’s
Estate W. S. Jones deceased; tus, is safer than the ilm
it replaces/ nnd th .' Nation .! .’
. d >ll.i ’■ v- ill bo ' i ap.nded by the II trri-
able real estate dealt is was in Jack executor ordered to make deed.
Estate John Beavcnue deceased; or Fire Underwriters has revised its rul r. man System in ' aiding this line, but
its benefits to the people of Oregon
Al. Learned is the Boss, he has fruits der appointing Onie Beavenue admin in such a manner as to encourage i
! more rapid introduction. Calcium will be many ti a..-, that greal sum.
egetablcs, candies, reft drinks, jest istrator and Wm. Puhi, John F. luiliei
Carbide, which has in rome quarter.’,
A soric3 of ti e most enthusiastic 27
cards, fancy dishes, cigar» and tobacco. and Emil Britt appraisers.
been regarded as a dangtroils snb- meetings ever h>-ld in Easi tern Oregon
Mrs. L. A. Rose of Phoenix visited
I stance, has been investigated and de- | and Washington . re being held under so
several days in Jacksonville ekis week TROLLY ROAD
' clared without hazard by the Fire ■ the aui-pices of the various commercial
the guest of Mrs. W. R. Coleman.
Underwriters. These facts will come bodies. Addresses by Manager Tom
A POSSIBILITY I in the nature of a great surprise to Richardson of the Pc •Hand Cc-mmer- ! min. 32.53;maan
Miss Carrie Beekman of this city
many who have regarded Acetylene as , ci..l Club on .l.c advan.ug
ugeB io be de- min. 16, on 1
who has been spending several months
irk have rcsult-
It is rumore 1 in high circles that an I dangerous. In dealing with this phase rp.ed from publicity work
in San Francisco returned home Thurs
I inches. Greatest i.i .
of the subject, Professor Pond I
cd in iho raising of generoua sums.
electric railroad will be built c mne:
' on 5th.
The holiday season is over and the ing Grants Pass, Gold Hill, Central given thorough information as to t; In but thirty minutes, Walla Walla
Talent safe use of Acetylene and the prec >u- sub-cribed ¿J,0iD, and her citiuc.'s are
Boss has a few things left oyer which Point, Jacksonville, Medford. T
and Ashland. The road can bo i buitl tw-3 wh‘ ■h ’ must be taken with ...i; determined to inc- ,aee thi3 to IhJ.OOO ; Ciian^e in Sr.
must go. A fre. h sup>. . . f cm
¿’. L liUVd’vlS“
if the citizens cf Rogue Rivi valley r.ubstimce. the same as with any ot. . .' before undertakin;
L l '. .
ing campaign. Kiltoi: Oregon got I
eoutii rot :■ d
Judge Colvig, of Medford, acted as
An interesting phase of the scl-j.? ' [W.u'OJin a quarter hour, wiih $500 I
The party who is interested in the
chairman of the Crater Lake delega matter at present hus had a great is the remarkable use of what
more in aigi.t—Freewater and Milton . No. 15................................
tion that waited upon the county court deal of experience with electric rail known as the oxyacetylene blow-pip ' will co-operata in their campaign. N -. 13................................
roads and has been connected with the By burning Acetylone in an atm.3- ¡The mo3* spirited meeting held by the No. 225 (couch 101 Al.
When in Medford stop at the Emerick Willamette Valley systems, ho
al- phere of pur oxygen, the higla-t Pendleton Commercial A.:...cciati-. n in
' temperature in chemistry is c.ol' •4 .lx .n.ntl.s an', they ’ .
where the finest of meals are served so made a stu.y of this field.
c. . , tively at w vork durin.; the past year— No. 16................................
and the most corteous attention given.
It is reported that the fair from 1 practically equalling the electric
Try us and see.
Jacksonville to Ashland will bo 25 A pencil of flame two or t ■e inches < u i 1 . • *. .d pl....3 along even bhoadcr and
. tote cm "ul ’ ....
George Stevenson ef Ashland, J cents over the electric road nnd 50 j long, and no larger than the barrel . dioru vig.roaa lin..-. W. A. .core b rund leav; s I ■ mir. :
Bilger, of Portland and t l a - L.l ;er cents to Grants Pass and 5 rants to
a piece of eheet metal and literally
Announcement <_■> mes that Rear Ad- h. etoforc.
of North Yakima was in Jacksonville Medford. The car will make tin. i
No. 13 "ivi. ■ rt '
... R<blej I). Evan ■ ■ ■ l«ctur< in
thi3 week iD the interest of the Aluska-
the Pi L'i
can be reversed and sheet metal, iron, Portland mid other ; .a ific Northwest
minutes, with an hourly service ir
It is a good time to prune trees,
Nothing of a definato nata.-a could i any of the ordinal y metals can L» lit- .¡amptca Roads to S an Francisco”
both fruit and shade also a good time
ascertained further than money erally melted together and. curiously, will be hi subject.
to buy spray outfits, enquire at thL
was talking this time instead of ho the joint is so perfectly formed that
air. We may be able to give a better a file will not disclose the point of
Mr-. Ainsley, of the Jacksonville
account of the affair in the next issue fracture. Bridge girders have been Frof. . A. Ho ’.■ell, f ..
-■'ick and Tile company has contracted of tiie P ost .
i cut with great rapidity, and it is slat
Business and . i .
witn the Big Pines Lumber company
ed that this simple pencil of flame pro
for his entire output cf brick. Air.
mises a revolution in the methods cf |
6 months sci"
Ainsley is installing a large pressed
metal working establishments.
“As long ago as I can r .member my
9 month r.ch
Another curious phase of the subject mother was u faithful us. r mid trie:: I
FOR SALE—T wo good fanning horses
John Pleasant Garvin, popularly is the fact that Calcium Cai bide : . of Chamberlain’s Ceugh Keirmdy, but
All stul-.ints 3
weighing 1200 and 1300 pounds. One known as Jack Garvin, passed away ; certain temperatures has the power of never in my life have I realized it3
set of harness. One three-inch low at hi3 home at Talent early Monday fixing the nitrogen of the air and In
true value until now.” writes Prof, her 7, will .
wheel wagon. Cali on or address morning, aged 72 years ar.cj 14 days, this way will produce a feilii zer cal- rl. A. Howell, of H >Weil’s A.nerican
course, to July .
Adolf Schulz, Jacksonville Oregon. The funeral took place Tuesday, in* ed cyanamide, which is found equal t - School, Havana, Cub '. "On Ike night
an extra mon
The ladies Presbyterian Missionary : terment in Stearns cemetery. At the ■ the Chilian nitrates. Few people re- of February 3rd our baby was taken gite. Adire:..
society of this city served a chicken gravc Mr. W. J. Dear., an old neigh alize tnat fifteen million dollars’ wji tii sick with a very severe cold; the next
of Chilian nitrates have been impcru l day was worse and the lollewi ig night I
supper in the I. O. O. F. banquet hall bor, made a short addres»3.
Mr. Garvin leaves a wife and five into this country and used by the far his condition was dcsjxratc
Tuesday evening, which proved a suc
cess in every particular. The receipts children: James L. Garvan, foreman mers here during the past year.
couM nut lie down and it was neces
were about $60.
at the Shorty Hope mine; Mrs. Min
Calcium Carbide is a rock-like
sary to have him in the arms every
We are now < . lag - :.
The Portland baseball team of the1 nie Netherland, of Talent; Mrs. Hattie stance produced by melting togetnei moment. Even then l:is breathing clubbing propi
; <■-. ■
Pacific Coast league will practise for Bruin, of Myrtle Creek, and Cliford lime and coke in the electric furn . • . was difficult. I did not thi k he would citizens of Jar'
It is not affected by any substance live until morning. At in i thoi ht bing offer consi •. • ■' ‘ ■
two weeks at Medford before they go
Deceased was a native of Kentucky except water it gives off rapidly the of my mother’s remedy, Chamberlain’s ca’s leadin;; ma zincs (Ml
south to open the garr^es. The Jack
sonville team will play a few games and resided in Illinois, Kansas and gas known as Acetylene.
Cough Remedy, which we gave, and it dress) and the Ja on.ille
Califcrnir berore making his resi The Bulletin on Calcium Carbid? and afforded prompt relief, and now three year for $1.75.
with the hurley Portlanders.
dence at Talent 32 years ago. He | Acetylene can be had free by applica
"Our Day” recently <•
At a regular meeting of Jane Mason wns a member of Co. B., 7th Illinois tion, accompanied by six cents posts,;, days later, he has fully recovered.
Under the circumstances 1 would not with "World E ■
McCully Cabin No. 1 Native Daughters Volunteor Infantry in the civil war. to the Department of Chemistry,
hesitate a moment in
that national cv -rt ‘.h ■
and Sons Wednesday evening Mrs. B.
The Pennsylvania State College, St ' Chamberlain’s Cough
and on all prominent
F. Mulkey was initiated. Alter the
that only, saved the ILL
dear world. An < .
initiation cake and punch was vrv-.d-
.ittle buy.” For
by the committee.
Unequalled as a Cute for
The Jacksonville P ost can
home, • '
all kinds of filing devices, L,< re le. ‘
“Besides being an excell' :it r?n
ledgers and covers, Mthogr..1„:vd and
The placer miners ere reaping a har- for c< his and ti rout troubles, CT
engraved work, special rt. /, inter
sections! flung cabinets, in fact any
thing, for the business man. We v. 1 i dillnr ; in circulati n. Th? creeks ere as a cur j fur ere up, ” say 3 Hi ry
. ,.i. of water and the higher moun- son, of Wtyn-tuwn, Ir.d.
, n ;
have a full and complete line or ......
pies in a few days when we i;o..e .re t-xlr.s are cevt-ed with grow which as soon aa the eroupy court. . , ;
publ.c to call and examine the sain.-.
'' >-rcct pla'H
i ■ the : easun. All placer "diggings” It is used irucctpsfully in r.i xir
The Jacksonville Musical met in he
in the vicinity of Jacksonville are be- sands of homer. For S .1 j ly.t..
Native Daughters hall Tl...
Lifffti papera c'
i-ig v.s.rkcd and many new claims are Drug 3torc.
ing and enjoyed a very plea. oat ev.
xtt jr.tba «Ivon
being staked out.
ing. Cards and music were tl .- in... >
There are several nice collections of
features of the evening. Ke... . nuggets ir. Jacksonville, the best is
/.T A íí . ?.3 á : j
msnts consisting of cake an I ... r
owned by C. C. Beekman, of the
was served by the following comm.t- Beekmr.n Banking House, who has
tee: Mrs. Lewis Ulrich, Misses Berth:: about the best collection cn the
Prim and Gladys Shaw, Messrs. Ray
Sexton and Leslie Stansell.
A pleasant party was give Mra. Ella
Ail to .
Cook last Friday aftern , .: in ..ie
The Oyster seasen is now
Native Daught-.rs hall, in hoi: r < l,_-r I.
i the famous
1’-.nouneed by World’s l.e... e;:.
fifty sixth birthday. C ; • a. co.
Eagle bread of oysters. Toko a can
V’crM's De«* W^isr-y <
was served and a very p
dill.*- -> of these large Eastern oysters horns .'.•iz<
Highest Award St. Lo
Ilin. H. K. ll&nra judge 1/t judicial diati 1 _t
noon was spent. Those present were:, to fry, stew or for cocktails.
j World’s Fair. Sold by E. IL H elms ’ and any Jacksonville business man.
1 itra < r’s Notice
cunty court "f Jack.
,¡ v ona are
■ c’.-i s if any
th of depot.
’. ..... ;URY
in the State
Or.? i n
're - rcnt
A t. Ceuhitt
,c" vc. 7 convenient
■' ; t
• for Scenic and
11 ! In s. Send us
U.-,kr. Our Aim
i :o with Nervous
’ thought there
' ; , L well. A
' <1 Dr. Miles’
.! found myself re-
i tm to-day well.”
D. 1. JONES,
.. Cleveland, O.
is of nervous
;r nerves that
force the blood
veins, the lungs
¡1, the stomach di-
; filter the blood.
■ c or
"It of the nerves
" they get their
t . -Miles’ Nervine is
for the nerves. It
: I. ion and assists
n of nerve force,
c in hardly miss
Dr. . Iiles’ Nervine
< ‘I a bottle from
*. lake it all ac-
irections, and if it
nefit lie will return
for sale by all progretiive
Hardware and Sporting
Goods Merchants '
•DAW UKARD'S splendid effort
—"CUNS AND CUNNING”—
will lie mailed postpaid to any
applicant by J. S tkvbns A rms
& T ool C ompany , Chicopee
Falls, Mass., upon
rocelpt of price.
For pajier cover edi
tion forward 20 cents;
fur cloth bound book
send 30 cents.
z for and pui>.
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