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Subscribe fur the Post, only $1.50 per
Special City Election, next Thursday.
Dave Thompson came up from Sisson In tit« circuit court of Oregon for Jackson I
Medford is having an epidemic of Thursday, to visit his family.
At the old George Lewis stand
W. T. Grieve. Plaintiff.
Judge Day went toP<rtland Saturday. burglars.
Mrs. R. J. Cameron of Union Town
Did you se? the eclipse Thursday af
JOE APFI.EBAKER, Proprietor
John M. Wills, Defendant.
Read the charter amendments in this waa in Jacksonville Thursday.
To John M. Wills, the above name) defendant:
In tbe nam of the State of Oregon: You are
Oh Mister! How good that ice Cretan
AIL kinds of Llaeksmilhing
Chris Ulrich was a visitor nt Grants days this week with Mrs. B. E. Haney. * ereby required to appear and answer the coin i
is at the Bose.
Miss Alice Hoef left for Newport plaint of plaintiff filed in the above entitled court
promptly and at rea
and cause within six weeks from the date of the
Mias Maud Tucker of Medford, was
Sunday where she will spend the sum first publication of this summons upon you whicl»
sonable rates. Satisfaction
a visitor in tow n Wednesday.
is the 22nd day of May. 1909. Ami if you fail to
Arthur Brown, publisher of Medforch
Joe Beeman and wife of G >ld Hill appear and answer the complaint of plaintiff
Magazine was in town Saturday.
TWEV WULTREAT YOU RIGHT
were visitors at the county seat Thur.i- thereof, will take judgment against you for the
th.: city Saturday.
Mrs. P. Sw ayne who lives near Grants
Geo. L. Davis, Preaident
full sum of $130.00, for $25.00 attorneys fees and
The Boss lias reduced the price on
E. H. Helms, Vice-Prceidenl
for the costs and disbursements of this action
Pa-s is visiting relatives here this week.
I bis fai cy Chinaware.
Hi 11. Coleman, Secretaru
to be taxed. This summons is served upon you
The Boss for candies, nuts, fruit
uncle and aunt of M>s. R. J. Burnett I by publication in the Jacksonville Post a news-
WHILE IN MEDFORD
were visiting in Jacksonville recently | paper published regularly in raid county, once a
vegetables, in fact everything that is
ler at this office Tuesday.
The recent rains will prove of great ' w,ek for aix consecutive weeks, by order of Hon
Call and see Mack in front of
II K. Hanna. Judge of said court, said order
value to gardens and all growing crops,
Mark Whipi le and wife of Wot lville
Wearie s for Chili Concarne
. . i having been made and entered on the 11th day of
but will no doubt injure considerable May 1909.
were visitors at t'le county Beat Tues I Phone 171, Jacksonville.
and hot and cold lunch. Em
Mrs. S. Neil of Ashland war. in
And Latest Styles of Wall
Gus Newbury, Attorney for plaintiff.
ployment office in connection
lay on land buisness.
Paper, Call on or Address
Mrs. Dora Wainright and mother,
MACK WILL CET TOU WORK
Subscribe for The Post and ask your
W. M. Kahlu of Central Point F pent Mrs. Fawcett and Miss Cora Basye,
neighbor to do likewise, only $1.50 per
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
j a few hours in town this week.
have gone to Crescent City to remain DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR. U. C.
IL K. HANNA jr.
Moving Pictures and Songs, nt U. thu summer.
Land Office at Roseburg, Oregon, May 11, 1909.
Chas. E. Rose of Sacramento,
Notice is hereby given that
was in attendance at the court house S. Halltonigffit. Admission 10 15cents.
SYLVESTER M. WERTZ
of Ruch, Oregon, who, on June 25, 1903, made
WANTED—16 inch fir wood in ex
block south of depot.
gOM tend Entry. No. 12869, S. R. 03525. for
change for printing. Apply to Jack
J. II. Fitzgerald and family of Med-
NWV4 of SW’4; W' j of NWV$; Lot 6. Section 4.
Township 39 South, Range 3, West, Willamette
ford visited at the home of Adam
Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make
Mrs. G.E. Neubcr and (laugh tei, Mrs.
paint your building than at
A. E. REAMES
Final five year Proof, to establish claim to the
the present time and you
The date for the special city election Ella Cook and Fleta Ulrich have return
land above described, before the Register and
Receiver, at Roseburg, Oregon, on the 2Gth day
has been changed from June 19, to ed from Sqaw Lae.
than we nse.
R ev . R obert E nnis , P astor .
and Federal Court«
of June. 1909.
W. M. Champpell and wife mil Miss
Thursday, June 24.
Sabbath school, Sunday morning at Claimant names ns witnessess:
Prof. Ritner of the Ashland Commer
Miles Cantrill, of Ruch Oregon. W, S. Mc-
Intyre, of Jacksonville, Oregon. Mrs. Sarah
cial College made this office a pleasant friends in Jacksonville.
There is nothing that will
Preaching service, Sunday evening Cantrill, of Jacksonville. Oregon. «L. M. Me-
Mrs. G. L. Davis and daughter re
add more to the appear
ance of a house or fence
Only $2.25 cash in advance, secures turned from Portland this week. Mr.
BENJAMIN L. EDDY.
than a new coat of paint.
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening
both The Jacksonville Post and Pacific Davis met them at Medford.
It is the foundation of all
at 8 o’clock.
Will Practise in All Courts in the State
Monthly for one year.
Office on California street one
You are invited to attend these ser
Read ournew clubbing offer,Oregon’s both Quartz and Placer, for sale at this
block seuth of the court house
greatest magazine and the Post, both
Mrs. B. Steadman who has been vis
Paint will not only add to
one year for $2.25 cash in advance.
1 Mower and Rake, nearly new $ 40.00
the appearance of a build
DR. T. T. SHAW
Al. Leurned is the Boss, he has fruits iting friends in Jacksonville for several
1 Heavy Hack, with top.........
ing but will preserve tho
vegetables, candies, soft drinks, post
wood and prevent disease.
1 single buggy, in good order.. 20.00
cards, fancy dishes, cigars and tobacco. heim, Cal. Tuesday.
R ev . G. A. G ray , P astor .
1 Atlas Engine, 10 horse power /
Paper Hanging and Interior Decorating Office in Ryan Building, California St.
Mrs. L.J. Sears who has been spend The holiday season is over and the
Sunday school, Sunday morning at 1 Atlas Boiler, 15 horse power \ 600.00
1 Power Jig Saw....... ...............
ing the winter in Me lford is now with Boss has a few things left over which 10 o’clock.
her daughter Mrs. R.T. Burnett of this
1 Barley Roll, 18x18.................
Preaching service at 11 o’clocjc Sun 1 Saw Table................................ 25.00
E.C. Eschelman of Portlf.nd Supreme day morning.
1 Turning Lathe................. .
Chautauqua, Ashland, Oregon. June
Epworth League Sunday evening at 1 Cornmeal Mill, complete with
of the United Artisans, will
7th to 17th. Better than ever, which
means A-l. Write for printed mat be in town Tuesday eve. June 22 and 7 o’clock.
would like to have a full attendance of
all Artisans and all others who are in ing.
pipe--.......... . .................
Mrs. N. Pernoll of Applegate was a
terested in fraternal
Prayer meeting, Thuisday evening 56 feet Shafting and Pulleys__
visitor in town Tuesday, while here she
at 8 o’clock.
called at this office and renewed her
1 Hand Power Rip Saw _____
The recent fire at Central Point
subscription to The Post.
Your presence is desired at these
1 Hand Power Cut Off Saw ... 10.00
illustration of the meetings.
Oh, Johnnie, where are you going?
1 Hand Power Mortise Machine
risks incurred in a town without fire
qO down to tho Boss for ice cream.
1 Fanning Mill_____ ________
protection or adequate water supply.
What do you go there for? Mamma We venture the assertion that 99 per If You arc Worth $50,000 Don’t Read I Ladies’ Bike______________
says it is the best.
Three lots on California street.
cent of Central Point’s residents would
If you have any item of news inter now vote for water
One of the best wells of water with
esting in character kindly hand it to FOR SALE—Two and one-half acres
This will not interest you if you are 500 feet of tunneling, sufficient water
our reporter or send it to this office we
in city limits, two story house, out worth fifty thousand dollars, but if to supply a city of 1000 inhabitants.
will appreciate the favor.
buildings, water tank and gasoline you are a man of moderate means and Have been sprinkling the streets of
D. E. Grant the miner and prospecter
pumping plant, good family or cannot afford to employ a physician Jacksonville from this well for several
of Jackson Creek, whose mind was de
chard and garden spot. Most d6-
“ when you have an attack of diarrhoea, years. The finest of water with build
ranged a few months ago, died at the
sirable location in the city, for sale you will be pleased to know that one ing, sheds and barns.
Insane Asylum at Salem June 14-09
cheap. Enquire of Jacksonville Real or two doses of Chamberlain’s Colic, Address Lock Box 24 or call on
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy will
Paul Neff, Esq. one of Medford’s
C. ULRICH, Jacksonville
cure it. This remedy has been in use
prominent attoneys was in town Satur
Beginning to-night Mr. S. P. De Ro-
day on business with the circuit court boam will begin a series of "Moving
Express, Freight, General Delivery. Teaming to
in regard to Medford’s school affairs. Picture and Illustrated Song” shows in liable. Price 25 cents. For sale
Parts of the Country. Nothing too Heavy or
City Drug Store.
the U. S. Hall, new films have been se
It’s Luck to Smoke Puck
too Light. Agents for Colestin Mineral Water.
cured and the entertainments promise
The Better than 5c Cigar
to be exceptionally good. Every Sat FOR SALE 20 acres of young or-
chard adjoining city limits, on coun
The Cigar in the Green Box
ty road; fine location; deep level
Mrs. H. G. Henry came down from
loamy soil; % mile from postoffice,
Ashland Tuesday to take up her resi
courthouse, high school; leading va
dence with her daughter Miss Grace
Successor to T. J. Kenney
riety of fruit; 6 acres pears, 10 acres
Henry, who is a stenographer in Reames’
apples, 2 acres peaches, some bear
ing trees, alfalfa and garden patch;
good 4-roona house, barn, outbuilding,
For Carbolineum to spray your
Mr, Beekman accompanied by his wife Nunan Taylor Co.
chicken houses for lice ana mites.
household goods, farming tools, 1
and their daughter Miss Carrie left Sat
and roots of fruit treeB
cow, 20 chickens, 3 wells wells to
urday for a trip to Portland and Seat
painted with Carbolineum will
irrigate portions of land if necessary;
We are sending out statements to a
not be bothered with borers. It
tle. They expect to be absent several
$350 per acre, terms. Jacksonville
is also a good wood preserver for
number of subscribers who are in ar
HOT OR COLD BATHS
rears. These are not duns, but simply
Real Estate Co., Adolf Schulz, man II shingled roofs and fence posts. II
WANTED--We want men or women
statements showing date to which sub
to represent us in every community.
scriptions are paid according to books
You can make from $200.00 up mon
in this office. If there is any mistake,
Southern Oregon Laundry
thly. Pleasant work. Address C. please notify us in order that we may
YOU NEVER CAN TELL
B. Jones, Medford Oregon.
correct the same. The Postal Depart
Say! Did you see that new Oliver ment at Washington, has made a ruling matism, but you know you have it.
typewriter at this office? We can sell that all subscriptions to weekly papers Do you know teat Ballard’a Snow
you an up to date machine for a small must be paid in advance, or at least Liniment will cure it? —relieves the
payment down anil 17 cents per day within one year, in order to allow mail pain- reduces the swelling and limbers
until balance is paid. Jacksonville Post. ing al publishers’rates. We are try the joints and muscles so that you will Office one block south of Courthouse
You should see our display of Silver ing to comply with the ruling, so we be as active and well as you ever were.
ware, Odd Spoons, Odd Forks. NEDVI- send the statements. Jacksonville Post. Price 25c 50c and $1.00 So'd by J. W.
made on homesteads ind timber claims.
DEK The Jeweler has them in many
Correct plats weekly showing all vacant lands.
handsome patterns. Call in ami exam
Notary Public and Cun*evan«er
ine these goods; no trouble to show
Inégal papers of all kinds mad« out. Special
is the only fit description for the man
to house canvassing. Call on business attention given to papers in settlement of «.dates.
Abstract of Land Titles
T Leave your watch, clock, or jewelry or woman who is crippled with rheu men, professional men and others at
Orders for all kinds of Rough and Dressed
matism. Just a few rheumatic twinges
of abstract books in the
in need of repnir at O. NEDVIDEK’S
their place of business. You can make couuty. Abstract set
Lumber Promptly Filled
made promptly and accurately.
at Jacksonville, on your way to Med
$50.00 a week. Experience not neces
Real Esta/e aud Insurance
ford and it will be ready upon your re
sary. We equip you fully with sample
turn, all work Guaranteed, charges with Ballard’s Snow Liniment. Cures and sample case. Fine, pleasant work. Fine list of county and town property for sale
50c and $1.00 Sold by J. W. Robinsen.
A representative of The Post is call
please and go where you please. You Warrants bought and sold. Collections made.
ing upon residents of the city and vicin
I deal with the best class of people only. Taxes paid. R*nh collected. Prompt reply to all
ity soliciting new subscriptions and
| When your days work is done you letters. Charges reasonable.
collecting for those in arrears. We are
I have your money in your pocket. Be
not dunning” anyone but simply trying
' independent. Investigate this, En- Hon. II. K. Hanna judge Pt judicial district
and any Jacksonville business man.
to get the subscription list on a busi
j tirely new proposition. Address,
M. C. Young, Mgr., 162 Ohio St.,
More than nine out of every Chicago.
Do Your Business Í Blacksmith Shop
For Paper Hanging
C. F. BOWMAN
Chappell & Fick
W. C. DENEFF & COMPANY
Charles F. Dunfoi d
DRA Y AGE
Barber Shop andJa,lh,..^m
SILAS J. DAY
ten cases of rheumatism are
simply rheumatism of the
muscles, due to cold or damp,
or chronic rheumatism. In
such cases no internal treat
ment is required. The free
is all that is needed and it is cer
tain to give quick relief. Give it
a trial and see for yourself how
quickly it relieves the pain and |
soreness. Price 35c; large size, 50c.
TRAIL LUMBER CO.
Of Interest to Farmers and Mechanics
Farmers and mechanics frequently
meet with slight accidents and injuries
which cause them much annoyance and
loss of time A cut or bruise may be
cured in about one third the time
usually required by applying Chamber
lain’s Liniment as soon as the injury is
received. This liniment is also valu
able for sprains, soreness of the mus
cles and rheumatic pains. There is no
danger of blood poisoning resulting
from an injury when Chamberlain’s
Liniment is applied before the parts
become inflamed and swollen.
For sale by City Drug Store.
JACKSONVILLE’S NEW MARKET
THE CENTRAL MEAT MARKET
Lumber of All Kinds
THE BLUE JAY POSTAL SHOP
Head Quarters for Scenic and
and Retail business. Send us
a Trial Mail Order. Our Aim
is to Please.'
31S>; Main St.
Will make it a practice to always have
on hand the choicest cuts of beef, pork,
mutton and veal, fowls when ordered
Sausage our specialty
Bradburn & Billings, Proprietors