Jacksonville post. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1906-19??, September 04, 1909, Image 3

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    LOCAL NEWS
Circuit court next week.
Get your legal blanks at this office.
Go to Abbotts Hardware for fruit
cans.
A light shower Monday night partly
laid the dust.
Did you see the new Tost Cards at
the Boss’?
C. B. Watson of Ashland was in town
Wednesday.
Subscribe for the Post, only $1.50 per
year.
Miss Maude Tucker of Medford was
in town Monday.
Advertise in the Post and increase
your business.
Oh Mister! How good that ice cream
is at the Boss.
Soldiers and Sailors, Re-union in this
city September 13—18.
Porter J. Neff, Medford’s city attor­
ney was in t.own Monday.
Clarence Reames of Medford was in
this city Monday afternoon.
John Renault returned from a trip to
Northern Cal. Tuesday.
Chris Keegan left on a trip to the
Seattle fair, Tuesday evening.
Miss Maude Byrne of Medford is vis­
iting friends living in Jacksonville.
Read the Ashland Commercial Col­
lege Ad, and enter September 6th.
Mrs. Gertrude Norton has been visi­
ting friends at Grants Pass for several
days.
Trespass Notices, printed on cloth,
for sale at this office, 50 cents per
dozen.
Judge J. R. Neil returned the first of
the week from a trip to Portland and
Seattle.
Mrs. W. C. Deneff left for Klamath
Falls Monday to visit relatives for a
few weeks.
Mrs. Jas. Pelton of Klamath county
visited friends in Jacksonville the first
of the week.
A number of people from this place
attended the funeral of W. F. Towne,
Monday.
Miss Lottie Reed left for Portland
Wednesday after several weeks visit
with her mother.
Miss Mary Peter the Deputy Record­
er returned home Sunday after a week
spent in Portland.
Plain and colored job printing done
at reasonable rates. Send or telephone
your orders to this office.
Levi Smith of Cleveland, Ohio, has
been in this section recently looking
after his mining interests.
Mrs. Kubli of Portland, who had been
visiting her mother Mrs. Mary Miller
of this place, returned home Tuesday.
MINERS NOTICE-Notice of Location
both Quartz and Placer, for sale at this
office,
JACKSONVILLE POST.
Mrs. Mary Peter who for a long time
has efficiently filled a position in the
public schools of this city has resigned.
Mrs. Arthur Thompson and Mrs. S.
E. Dunnington left for Eugene Thurs­
day to visit relatives for a few weeks.
WANTED—A solicitor to work in coun­
try districts. Liberal commission
will be paid. Apply to Jacksonville
Post.
Mrs. Howard Killham and children
left for their home at Portland, Friday
after several weeks visit with relatives
here.
Mrs. W. A. Rosdine and son of San
Francisco arrived Wednesday to make
an extended visit with her father C. H.
Basye.
Beginning next Sunday evening the
preaching service at the M. E. church
will be held at 7:30. Epworth League
at 6:45.
Oh, Johnnie, where are you going?
Oh down to the Boss for ice cream.
What do you go there for? Mamma
•ays it is the best.
Miss M. B. Towne, the populardepu-
ty county clerk, has returned from her
vacation and is at her usual place at
the courthouse.
No need to write your announcements,
notices, etc. You can get all kinds of
job printing done at this office, neatly
and at reasonable prices.
Peter Applegate, the State La nd Ag­
ent at Salem was in this section this
week looking after his mines on Trail
creek and visiting his family in Jack­
sonville.
Hon. J. G. Wight, for eight years
superintendant of Klamath county’s
schools came to town Tuesday and went
away happy with a marriage license
in his pocket.
Say! Did you see that new Oliver
typewriter at this office? We can sell
you an up to date machine for a small
payment down and 17 cents per day
until balance is paid. Jacksonville Post.
Hart has pitched a photographic tent
one Block west of Court House and will
make all sizes of portraits and groups.
Will make cabinet portraits for $2.75
per dozen until the 15th.
The new Oliver Typewriter, latest
improved can be seen at this office.
We have secured the agency for Jack­
sonville and surrounding country and
would be pleased to receive your order.
Jacksonville Poet
i
LEGAL BLANKS To the People
e
of Jacksonville
Schools open Monday, Sep. 13.
Go to Abbotts Hardware for fruit.
SEE HART—At the tent Studio for cans.
A GOOD POSITION—Can be had by I
Photos.
Charles Nickell of Sterling was in ambitious young men and ladies in the
have on hand for sale
field of “Wireless” or Railway tele-;
town Thursday.
When
you
want
a
graphy.
Since
the
8-hour
law
became
the following blanks viz: AND VICINITY. I have engaged
Go to Abbotts Hardware for fruit
effective, and since the Wireless con-1
lick cure without any
cans.
<P
the service of I. H. Baxter of Ashland,
panies are
establishing stations
Warranty Deeds,
fa ss of time, and one
Maude Tucker of Medford was in throughout the country there is a
Ore., who is a first-class shoe and
town Thursday.
Mortgages,
d tat is followed by no
harness maker, Al! work guaranteed
great shortage of telegraphers. Pos-1
first-class an I done on short notice.
Miss Abbi Henry is quite ill at her itions pay beginners from $70 to $30
Quit Claim Deeds,
b ad results, use
Give him a trial and you will not have
home in this city.
per month, with good chance for ad­
Satisfaction of Mortgage,
te wear out one pair of shoes going
A. II. Miller of Medford was a visi­ vancement. The National Telegraph
Chamberlain
’
s
after the pair left for repair.
Agreements,
tor in this city Monday.
Institute of Portland, Ore., operates
six
official
institutes
in
America,
under
Colic,
Cholera
and
Senator Beach of Portland was a vis­
Bill of Sale,
T. L. De Vore
supervision of R.R. and Wireless
itor in town Monday.
Diarrhoea
Remedy.
Chattel Mortgage,
Officials and places all graduates into
Mrs. Annie Ganet and family are at
Second Hand Store
positions. It will pay you to write
Real Estate Contrac',
the hop fields on Applegate.
k
It
never
fails
and
is
them tor full details.
Corner Oregon and Main Sts., Jack­
Acknowledgmen ts,
S. E. Dunnington made a trip to
L • pleasant and safe to take.
sonville, Oregon, where you will find a
California points this week.
Gambling
Location Notice — Placer, complete line of Whips, Harness
1 It is equally valuable for
Miss Louise Jones is again at her us­
and Second Hand Goods of all
your life against 25 cents is just exact­
children. It is famous
Location Notice Quartz Goods
ual place in the telephone office.
kinds.
ly what you are doing if you neglect a
for its cures over a large
Housekeepers are busy putting up cough or cold on the chest instead of
Real Estate Agents Con­
peaches and pears for future use.
treating it with Ballard’s Horehound
part of the civilized
tract,
Edward Day has gone to Santa Rosa, Syrup. A 25 cent bottle of this splen­
world.
Cal., to remain during the winter.
did remedy will cure an ordinary cough,
At reasonable prices. We
Mrs. Lannes Klippel of Klamath Falls heal the lungs and act as a tonic for
intend
adding other
your entire system. Sold by J. W.
is visiting relatives in Jacksonville.
blanks
as
fast
as possible
Robinson.
Editor Putnam of the Medford Tri­
H. K. HANNA jr.
Please read the heading over again.
bune was in town Monday afternoon.
until the line is complete. Then
its tremendous significance will
or-
dawn upon you.
Lawyer
Harry Luy and wife have returned FOR SALE—20 acres of young
Blanks
of
special
form
An Oliver Typewriter the standard
chard adjoining city limits, on coun­
from a visit to the Seattle exposition.
visible writer the $100 machine —th«
printed
to
order
at
short
ty road; fine location; deep level Office , in Bank of Jacksonville Building
most highly perfected typewriter on
Miles Cantrall and wife of Applegate
loamy soil;
mile from postoffice,
the market— yours for 17 cents a day!
notice.
JAC KSONVILLE,
were trading with our merchants Thurs­
OREGON
courthouse, high school; leading va­
The typewriter whose conquest of
day.
the commercial world is a matter of
riety of fruit; 6 acres pears, 10 acres
JACKSONVILLE POST. business
history yours for 17 cents a
A. S. Munson, the Pacific Paper Co’s,
apples, 2 acres peaches, some bear­
day!
A.
E.
REAMES
salesman, of Portland was in town
ing trees, alfalfa and garden patch;
A few drops of I. W. HARPER
The typewriter that is equipped with
Thursday.
good 4-room house, barn, outbuilding,
Lawyer
Whiskey will take the chill out of a scores of such conveniences as “The
Adolf Schulz reports that real estate
household goods, farming tools, 1
glass of ice water, it will improve the Balance Shift” “The Ruling Device”
— “The Double Release” —“The Locc-
is looking up, several prospective buy­
cow, 20 chickens, 3 wells wells to Practise in all State and Federal Courts taste and aid your digestion. Careful motive
Base”—“The AutomaticSpacer”
ers are in the field.
irrigate portions of land if necessary; 1 Kahler Block
JACKSONVILLE people use no other whiskey except I. “The Automatic Tabulator
The
$350 per acre, terms. JacksonviVle
“Disappearing In­
W. HARPER. Sold by E. H. HELMS.
Only $2.25 cash in advance, secures
dicator - ” Th®
both The Jacksonville Post and Pacific i Real Estate Co., Adolf Schulz, man­
Adjustable Paper
ager.
GUS
NEWBURY
Monthly for one year.
Fingers ” — “The
OFFICIAL
DIRECTORY
S
c i e n t i fl c Ccgi -
Mrs. Frank Edwards and Mrs. Wm.
Attorney-at-Law
dense!
Keyboard”
UNITED STATES
Breeding left for their home at Hutton
A Burglar in Town
President
.................................
William
H.
Yours
for
17 Cents
Will
Practise
in
All
Courts
in
the
State
on Friday morning’s stage.
his name is “bad cough” . II« does­
Vice-President............................... Jas. S. Sherman
Office
on
California
street
one
A
Day
The Post wants a reliable correspond­ n’t care for gold or silver but lie will j
Secretary of State.................................. P. C. Knox
ent in every precinct in Jackson coun­ steal your health away. If ho appears ,
We announced the new sales plan re­
Secretary of Treasury................. F. MacVeach
block south of the court house
Secretary of War......................... J. M. Dickinson cently, just to feel the pulse of the
ty. Write for particulars.
in your house arrest him at once with i
Attorney General.................... G. W. Wickeraham people. Simply a small cash payment
The editor of The Post attended the Ballard’s Horehound Syrup, it w ay mean
That is the
Postmaster General..................... F. H. Hitchcock —then 17 cents a day.
consumption
if
you
d
in
’
t.
A
cure
for
DR. T. T. SHAW
meeting of the Franklin association at
Secretary of Navy............................ Von L. Meyer plan in a nutshell.
The result has been such a deluge of
Secretary Interior.......................... R. A. Ballinger
all coughs, colds and chest troubles.
Medford Monday evening.
Dentist.
Secretary of Agriculture..................... Jas. Wilson applications for machines that we are
Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 per bottle.
0. R. Ball, manager of the American
Secretary of Commerce.................... James Nagle simply astounded.
Sold by J. W. Robinson.
Office in Ryan Building, California St. Chief Justice............................... Melvin V. Fuller
The demand comes from people ot
Type Founders Co. at Portland was a
Upftairs
Vespation Warner................ U. S. Pension Com’r all classes, all ages, all occupations.
visitor at this office Monday.
The majority of inquiries has come
W. S. Richards............................ U. S. Land Com’r
The waterworks bonds are advertised
! JACKSONVILLE
OREGON
from people of known financial stand-
STATE OF OREGON
for sale Sep. 29th. Read the notice in
U. S. Senators............................ G. E.Chamberlain i ing wno were attracted by the novelty
of the
An --
impressive
LHC proposition.
| il
cion.
i
another column of this paper.
.............................. Jonathan Bourne I (JA
Rep. in Congress, 1st D................. W. C. Hawley demonstration of the immense popular
Miss Josephen Donegan who has been
Governor................................. Geo. E. Chamberlain ity of the Oliver Typewriter.
spending the summer with relatives at I
A Startling
startling connrmaum.
confirmation 7
of t' our
Sec. of State................................Frank W. Benson
A
“‘ be-
““
State Treasurer................................. Geo. A. Steel I M that the Era of Universal 1 y$>c
PORTLAND i OREGON
San Francisco an! Stockton returned j
Attorney-General.............. .......A. M. Crawford Writing is at hand.
home Tuesday.
JEWELER and WATCHMAKER State School Supt........................ J. H. Ackerman '
The Leading Magazine'
Whygo to Medford when you can
State Printer................................... Willis Duniway A Quarler of a Million People
A reliable line of Watches,
of the West
F. A. Moore Justice
buy goods at Abbotts Hardware just
are Making Money with
Clocks and all kinds of Jewelry
Robt. Eakin Justice
as cheap. Be loyal to your home
Beautifully Illustrated —Timely
Will R. King, Com’r
at reasonable prices.
Articles — Readable Storioa.
town and patronize home industry.
v.
W. T. Slater Com’r
Read Jack London’e Vivid and
Mr. O. Harbough owns a. hen who
J. C. Moreland, clerk
We make a specialty of fine
<
Interesting Story Now Running
Dairy and Food Com’r......................... J. W. Bailey
holds the record for large eggs. One
Repairing and Guarantee all
i Serially. Articles each month i
Labor Commissioner............................... O. P. Hoff
of her eggs now on exhibition at this
our work one year. No charge
k describing the resources and 1
Railroad Com’rs........................ Thos. K. Campbell
office measures 6Fj inches, smallest cir­
for regulating.
k opportunities to be found A
......................... Clyde B. Aitchison
W in the West.
J
......................... Oswald West
cumference and 8J4 largest. A dozen
Oregon State Game Warden..................... R. O. Stevenson
W R. m I tt. Special CMbist Otter J
Jacksonville,
such eggs would be well worth the
W tatkUi—. By., «sits J
Bank Examiner................................... James Steel
market price of 30 cents.
m. wk.t th. mu.dm h
State Engineer................................. John H. Lewis The Standard Visible Writer
Uk. bafor. «nbicribiss
State
Land Agent.......................... C. V. Galloway
Saturday was “circus day” at Med­
rn.tk.cwm
I
The Oliver Typewriter is a money­
Clerk State Land Board...................... G. G. Brown
ford and we are safe in saying that ful­
So
State Veterinarian............................ C. J. Korinek maker, right from the word “go!
ly one-half erf the people of Jacksonville
easy to run that the beginners soon ge*
FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT
in the “expert” class. Earn as you
were in attendance. Special trains
THE PACIFIC MONTHLY
II. K. Hanna............................ Jacksonville
Portland. Oregon
learn. Let the machine pay the 17
JACKSONVILLE, OREGON. Judges Geo.
were run on the R. R. V. Ry. and all
G.ntl.m.o: Enelowd I. 25« for whlck you
Noland......................... Klamath Falls
cents a day and all above that is yours.
may wad ma three Ute number, of Four
Prosecuting Attorney......................... B. F. Mulkey
available private conveyances were
Wherever you are, there’s work to
maraaino.
Rough and Dressed
U 8 LAND OFFICE ROSEBURG
pressed into service to carry the people
I be done and money to be made by us-
Namn------- -- ---------------------- —---------------------------
Register
....................................................
B.
L.
Eddy
1
ing
the Oliver. The business world is
to that city.
Addraaa
—
Lumber of All Kinds Receiver..........................................J. M. Lawrence j calling
for Oliver operators. There
The editor attended a meeting of pen­
are not enough to supply the demand.
JACKSON COUNTY OFFICIALS
ESTIMATE FURNISHED
cil shovers at Medford, Monday eve­
I Their salaries are considerably above
State Senator.........................L. L. Mulit, Ashland those of many classes of workers.
ning, every newspaper published in the
Representatives....................... M. Purdin. Medford I
county was, with one exception repre­
.................. D. H. Miller, Medford ‘AnOliver Typewriter in Every Home’
Joint Rep, .
.......... J. A. Buchanan Roseburg
sented. An organization to be called
That is our battle cry today. We
WHILE IN MEDFORD
Co. Judge ..
................ J. R. Neil. Jacksonvile
"Jackson County Franklin Association”
Clerk............
. W. R. Coleman, Jacksonville have made the Oliver supreme in use­
Sheriff..........
.......... W. A. Jones, Jacksonville fulness iind absolutely indispensable in
was formed and matters of interest to
Call and see Mack in front of
Recorder
........ R. T. Burnett, Jacksonville business. Now comes the conquest of
publishers and printers were discussed.
Wearie’s for Chili Concarne
Trea«urer,...
.. J. M. Cronemiller, Jacksonvile
IX.—The Foxy Shoe Dealer
School Supt.
, ,
............ J.. P Wells, Jacksonville the home.
and
hot
and
cold
lunch.
Em
­
The regular September term of the
AflsenRor . .
........ W. T. Grieve. Jacksonville
The simplicity and strength of the
Surveyor....
..........F. A. Grises, Ashland Oliver fit it for family use.
ployment office in connection
circuit court will convene Sept. 8. The
It
is
be­
Coroner................
A. E. Kellogg. Gobi Hill
MACK WILL CET YOU WORK
Commissioners....
docket is filled with a large list of cases
............J. Patterson, Talent coming an important factor in the home
James Owens. Wellen training of young people. An educator
for trial, prominent among which are
Stock Inspector....................... .Chan.
.
Tull. Medford as well as a money maker.
Fruit Inspector............ G. W. Taylor. Jacksonville
the following: State vs George Put­
Our new selling plan puts the Oliver
JACKSONVILLE.
on the threshold of every home in
nam, charge; criminal libel. State vs
Henry G. Dor................................. Justice of peace America. Will you close the door of
Walsworths (father and son), charge;
¡• rank Kamh.fer....................................... Constable
Br' T>. TLShaw
Mayor your home or office on this remarkable
murder, State vs H. M. Goss, charge;
opportunity?
And
Latest
Styles
of
Wall
statutory crime. In addition to above,
J. M. Cronemiller..............................
Treasurer
Write for further details of our
John
Huffer
.................................
Chief
of
Police
Paper,
Call
on
or
Address
easy offer and a free copy of the new
the famous Medford vs Hanley right-of-
~eo;lI,av 18.......................................... Councilman
Emil Britt.............................................. Councilman Oliver catalog. Address
way case will probably receive atten­
"1C^.......................................... Councilman
tion. The term promises to be busy
n
’
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UI1
tord....................................... councilman The Oliver Typewriter Company
and interestiug.
£'■ U*.neX..........................Street Commissioner
^Diarrhoea
Zl $100 Typewriter
for 17 cents a Da !
/PACIFIC!
F ^MONTHLY
O. nedvide K
TTje
OLIVER
Typewriter
TRAIL LUMBER CO.
THE TOWN THAT
PUSH BUILT
For Paper Hanging
C. F. BOWMAN
Jacksonville, Oregon
A Sprained Ankle
As usually treated a sprained ankle
will disable the i njured person for a
month or more, but by applying Cham­
berlain’s Liniment and observing the
directions with each bottle faithfully, a
cure may in most cases, be effected in
less than one week’s time. This lini­
ment is a most remarkable preparation;
try it for a sprain or a bruise, or when
laid up with chronic or muscular rhema-
H 18 is ths shoo man who found
In his hand the bill that went round
tism, and you are certain to be delight­
’Mong all the people who advertised.
ed with the prompt relief which it af­
He hired a man whoee work he prized
fords. For sale by City Drug Store.
And paid him with the jeweler's bill
T
SALESMEN WANTED. No house
to house canvassing. Cal) on business
men, professional men and others at
their place of business. You can make
$50.00 a week. Experience not neces­
sary. We equip you fully with sample
and sample case. Fine, pleasant work.
Your own boss. Work when you
please and go where you please. You
deal with the best class of people only.
When your days work is done you
have your money in your pocket. Be
independent. Investigate thia. En­
tirely new proposition. Address,
M. C. Young, Mgr., 162 Ohio St.,
Chicago.
From the hardware merchant’e till,
Where it wont when the clothing deal­
er bought
From the furniture man, which the
clothier got
When to him the dry gooda merchant
went
With the bill the butcher wisely spent
When his friend the grocer had aettlo-
ment made
With cash ths honest workman paid.
MORAL.
Th, littl, lltry UJt’vt Old it meant
Tt thru/ ycu clearly that money ¡pent
At home will help ut all and then
Return t» the twner t, tpend again—
That it, if dealer, are alt, wife
And do not fail to advertite.
G.M.Lewis....................................................... Sexton
1526 First Avenue, Seattle, Wash.
Jacksonville
SPECIAL^
Meat Market CLUBBING OFFER
' ‘
TE
JOHN DUNNINGTON, Prop.
Dtaltr in
ex
All Kinds of Fresh and
Cured Meats, Choice
Lard, Etc.
Jacksonville,
Oregon
Blacksmith Shop
At the old George Lewis stand
JOE APPLEBAKER, Proprietor
All kinds ot blacksmithing
done promptly and at rea­
sonable rates. Satisfaction
guaranteed.
’ Pacific Monthly
The leading magazine of the west. Beauti­
fully illustrated. Interesting stories. Ar­
ticles each month describing the resources of
the state and whole Pacific Coast.
Subscription Price $1.50 Per Year
By special arrangements with the publishers
we offer
The Pacific
Monthly
And The
Jacksonville
Post
Both One Year for
CASH IN ADVANCE
Jacksonville
Oregon
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