Jacksonville post. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1906-19??, September 25, 1909, Image 2

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Complete assortment of Men's Suits
Made by the Fechheimer- Fishel
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Finished with Manchester Mohair Lining in
the latest models made to fit and
guaranteed All Wool
The brand "EFT and EFF” is a mark of
distinction
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Jacksonville Post
OFFICIAL PAPER OF TIIE CITY OF JACK­
SONVILLE. OREGON
A weekly newspaper, published every Saturday
at the county seat of Jackson Co., Ore.
D. W. Bagshaw, Editor.
Entered as second-class matter June 22, 1907,
at the post office at Jacksonville, Oregon, under
Act of Congress of March 3, 1879.
Hoppity Hop.
Are you just barely getting around by
the aid of crutches or a cane? Unless
you have lost a limb or have a deformi­
ty—if your trouble is rheumatism, lum­
bago, sprain, stiff joints, or anything of
like nature use Ballard’s Snow Liniment
and in no time you can throw away your
crutches and be as well as anyone.
Price 25c, 50 and (1.00 sold by J.
W. Robinson.
THE COURT HOUSE
SUBSCRIPTION
Ono year, by muil..............................................11.50.
’Advertising rate» furnished on application
Itemi of Interest to Jackson County
Tax Payers
All over Oregon many hundreds of
families are settling every month.
MARRIAGE LICENSES
New railroads building and projected
are attracting settlers and opening up
the wilderness. Oregon communities
Arthur John Kennedy and Elva Mc­
wise enough to not permit the vacant Farland.
lot speculator to block their develop­
Ray Pilkington and Vesta Hoxie.
ment will receive the growth that is
Charles R. Pidgeon and Verena Arn­
theirs by right of natural advantages
old.
around them. The communities ruled
J. F. Caster and Effie Edsall.
by mossbacks and dogs-in-the-manger
J. Walter Gray and Sadie A. Mouly.
will remain stationary, or nearly so.
Arthur J. Hoover and Eva E. McCas-
We are in receipt of a copy of the len.
list of premiums for the First Southern
George M. Williams and Nellie Wes­
Oregon, District Agricultural Society's terland.
fair, to be held at Ashland, Oct. 6-9
PROBATE COURT
and find it well worth a careful perusal.
The premiums offered are for stock or
articles raised or owned in Jackson or
Josephine counties only.
Estate of Ernest and Everett V. Da-
hock, minors. Application for guard-
Guardian appointed and bond
Not having received a proper invita­ ian.
tion to visit Jacksonville, President fl led.
Taft will not stop on his trip through
CIRCUIT COURT
the valley, but persons who are anx­
ious for a glimpse of the “big man”
should be at Medford on the morning
NEW CASES
of October 4th.
Henderson Hosh vs G. F. Billings.
The Gold Hill News comes out Satur­
day with a new man as editor, Mr. Suit to quiet title. Complaint filed,
Harry F. Murray, a recent arrival in summons issued. Affidavit for publi­
the valley and who has taken charge cation of summons filed.
of the paper for the present. The
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Post wishes him success in his under­
taking.
With good prices for fruit, hogs at
(9.25 per hundred and hops 25 cents
per (rounds, Oregon farmers may well
be classed as "prosperous ”,
The Road to Success
has many obstructions, but none so
desperate as poor health. Success lo-
day demands health, but Electric Rit­
ters is the greatest health builder the
world has ever known. It (compels
perfect action of stomach, liver, kid­
neys, bowels, purifies and enriches the
blood, and tones and invigorates the
whole system. Vigorous body and keen
brain follow their use. You can’t af-
fo'd to slight Electric Bitters if weak,
run down or sickly. Only 50c. Guaran­
teed by J. W. Robinson.
Go to Abbotts Hardware for fruit
eans.
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Jacksonville Oregon
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1909.
While Cook and Peary are wrang-
lang about the discovery of the pole
and the honors attendant thereto, the
way is open for Wellman to make a fly­
ing trip to the north and carry off the
pole by right of conquest.
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In the County Court of the State of ;
Oregon For Jackson County.
Notice of Final Settlement
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In the Matter of the Estate of John
Bienvenue, dedeased.
Notice is hereby given thal Onie
Beavenue, the Administrator of the
I estate of John Bievenue, deceased, has
I rendered and presented for settlement,
and filed in the above entitled qpurt
and matter his first and final account
and report of his administration of said
estate; and that Saturday the 23rd day
of October A. D. 1909 at the hour of
10 o’clock A. M. of said day at the
court room of said court, at the court­
house in Jacksonville, Jackson County,
State of Oregon, has been duly appoint­
ed by order of the judge of the above
entitled court as the time and place for
the hearing of objections to said ac­
count and report and for the settlement
thereof.
All persons interested in said estate
are hereby notified that all objections
to said final account or any item there­
of must be filed on or before the date
and time herein appointed for such
hearing and settlement, to-wit the 23rd
day of October at the hour of 10 o’clock
A.M. of said day.
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Dated September 24th. A.D. 1909.
Onie Beavenue, Administrator,
of the Estate of John
Bienvenue, deceased.
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A Burglar in Town
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his name is “bad cough”. He does­
n’t care for gold or silver but he will
steal your health away. If he appears
in your house arrest him at once with
Ballard’s Horehound Syrup, it way mean
consumption if you don’t. A cure for
all coughs, colds and chest troubles.
Price 25c, 50c and (1.00 per bottle.
Sold by J. W. Robinson.
C. D. NE X of NE Ji Sec 28-35-4. .1
G. W. Kahler to Newman Fisher, Ex Change in Southern Pacific Time
Deed, tract in Jacksonville......... 8.50
Table.
John Lett to O. F Ballonue, asnt Bond
NORTH BOUND TRAINS.
for deed.......................................... 1000
Elbert V. Kellog to M. ’S. Dewhurst, I No. 20 Roseburg Passenger .7:41 A. M.
W.D. land in Sec 30-40-1.............. 10'
No. 12 Shasta Limited.......... 9:25 A.M.
Joseph S. Brooks to E. V. Kellogg, W. ;
D. land in Sec 32-40-1....................... 10 No. 16 Oregon Express.........5:24 P.M.
Francis E. Partridge to E. V. Kellogg, No. 14 Portland Express. ...8:39 P.M.
W.D. NE Ji of Sec 32-40-1............. 10
SOUTH BOUND TRAINS.
Richard Beadle to E. V. Kellogg, W.
No.
11 Shasta Limited.......... 5:50 A.M.
D. land in Sec 32-40-1................... .. 10
R. B. Dow to J. E. Barkdull, W.D. No. 15 California Express. .10:35 A.M.
lots 7 and 8, blk 9, Medford.......... 10 No. 13 San Fran. Express.. .3:32 P. M.
C. C. Gall to John D. Holst, W. D. No. 19 Ashland Passenger. .10:45 1’. M.
land in Sec 30-35-2.......................... 465
Note carefully No. 20 does not con­
De Witt Goodpasture to T. B. Good­
nect
at Roseburg with trains for points
pasture, W.D. S Ji of NE Ji Sec 32-
32-2...............
747 North, No. 19 runs only to Ashland but
John V. Vale to Rachel M. Whiteside, leaves Portland 8:15 A. M.
W.D. lot 1, Blk 41, Central Point.. .1 Shasta Limited No's. 11 and 12 are not
Fred Mills et al to Robert E. Nealon, intended for local travel and parties
W.D. land in Sec 1-37-2 ................ 250 boarding same must apply for reserva­
J. W. Dressier to Ann G. Andrews, tion in advance, if same is available
W.D. lots 1 to 6, blk 5, Sunset Park party may board train. It is not the
................................................... L..750 intent to carry much baggage on this
John A. Henderson to O. C. Boggs, train, baggage will follow.
W.D. tract in Medford .................. 10 For local points passengers should take
D: L. Me Nary to W. M. Smith’ W.D. trains 19 and 20 and 15 and 16. Going
North the Portland Express only makes
land in Medford .................... 3300
W. M. Smith to Chester Fitch, W.D. the larger town stops. No. 13 however
land in Twp 38-1. ...................... 25000 makes about same stops as formerly.
O. E. Stinson to M. L. Daily, W.D. For additional information as to what
lot, 10, blk 1, Medford.................... 10 trains stop at different points call at
or phone the depot.
Sarah A. Nininger to Louis Hilty, W.
D. land in Ashland........................... 10 The coach heretofore carried on No.
H. E. Carmichael to W. Davis, W.D. 225 is discontinued, local freights will
land in City of Ashland.................... 10 pass Medford during the day instead of
night of night as heretofore. The
T. J. Downing to N. McClanndan, W.
D. land in Ashland........................ 10 above is the best mail service and train
service Rogue River Valley ever had,
Geo. W. Stevenson to J. A. Harvey,
letters mailed in Portland before 5:30
W.D. lots 3 and 12, blk 19, Chitwood
Tract Ashland................................. 10 P. M. will reach Medford 5:50 following
E. O. Bissell to D. D. Sage, W.D. land morning. Trains 11, 12, 13, 14, alone
carry United States Mail.
in Secs 10 and 11-36-2....................... 10
Wm. E. Hamlin to Laura V. Steele,
W.D. land in Twp 38-1.................... 10
D. D. Sage to E. O. Bissell, W.D. land
in Medford........................................ 101
Same to Same W.D. land in Sec 28-38-1
Office one block south o* Courthouse
........................................................... 10
O. E. Stinson to Daniel L. Me Nary,
JACKSONVILLE, OREGON
W.D. land in city of Mtdford....500
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SILAS J. DAY
A Sprained Ankle
As usually treated a sprained ankle
C. E. Wilkstrom to Sadie P. Sturgis, will disable the i njured person for a
W.D. lots 4 and 13, blk 1, Lumsdens month or more, but by applying Cham­
add Medford....... ............................... 1 berlain’s Liniment and observing the
Frederick C. Page to Cora P. Knight, directions with each bottle faithfully, a
W.D. und Ji int lots 8 to 16 inclusive cure may in most cases, be effected in
of the Alva Vesta Orchards....... 8550 less than one week’s time. This lini­
J. H. Carlton et ux to Thos. E Nichols, ment is smostremarksble preparation;
Bond for deed, part of Don claim No. try it for a sprain or a bruise, or when
46 in Twp 36-1...................
4000 laid up with chronic or muscular rhema-
Cora B. Moore to C. F. Willis, W.D. tiam, and you are certain to be delight­
land in Sec 36-37-2 ..................... 4000 ed with the prompt relief which it af­
O. C. Boggs to John A. Henderson, fords. For sale by City Drug Store.
Satisfaction, Bond.......... ....................
Henry Humphrey to D. L. Me Mary,
MARRIED
W.D. tract in Medford............... 1500
John E. Garbrough to Ira Ross Kline,
Q.C.D. land in Twp 37-1.................... 1 PI DC.EON-ARNOLD Wednesday Sep­ I
Thomas Wyant to R. L. Ray, Title tember 22nd, by Rev. G. A. Gray, I
Bond, land in T.-. p 37-2................ 1600 Charles R. Pidgeon and Verena Arnold.
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A B. Saling to L. 1*. Hubbard, asign-
ment of agreement ........................... 1
Gambling
Jasper E. Young to C. H. Johnson, W.
your
life
against
25 cents ia just exact- i
D. land in Twp 39-1..................... 4250
U. S. to Golden Standard Mining Co. ! ly what you are doing if you neglect a
Patent, mining claims known as lot I cough or cold on the chest instead of
I treating it with Ballard's Horehound
No. 576................ ..................... .
J. A. Harvey tu T.-J. Downing, W.D. Syrup. A 25 cant bottle of thia splen­
tract in City of Ashland ................ 10 did remedy will cure an ordinary cough,
Emma V. Buell to C. H. Buell, Q.C.D. heal the lungs and act as a tonic for
land in Sec 6-33-2 ......................... 1500 your entire system. Sold by J. W. i
Maggie Austin to Samuel T. Scott, Q. Robinson.
ICE CREAM
That
Delicioua
Kefrrthing
Dith
What nicer dessert could you have for Sunday dinner'
W. C. DENEFF & COMPANY
Jackson vi He Bakery
L. V. LARSEN, Prop.
Fresh Bread, Plain and Fancy Cakes
Delicious Pies, Etc., Etc.
The Products of Our Bakery Equal the Best in the
Land. Try Them and be Convinced
™E RECEPTION
LUY& KEEGAN, Props.
Family Trade Solicited
Sole Agents Albany Beer
SCHOOL BOOKS
A full assortment of School Supplies, con­
sisting of Books, Tablets, Pencils, Pen­
holders, etc. Also a fine line of Stationery,
Novelties, etc.
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CITY DRUG STORE
J. W. ROBINSON, Propietor
REAL ESTATE
Homes
in
the
Famous
Rogue River Valley
THE CLIMATE
1» all that one eould desire—mild and invigorating—and ie most favor­
able for fruit, grapes and general farming. A crop failure in tha
vicinity is unknown. SEEING IS BELIEVING.
We have • large list of property to select from. Stock Ranches, Farm­
ing and Fruit Land in the best locality. Mining and Timber Land.
City Residence Property in Jacksonville and Medford, Oregon.
If You Want to Buy or Sell, See Ua or Write
Ask for Our Circular
Jacksonville Real Estate Company
ADOLF SCHULZ, Manager
Notary Public and Conveyancer
Abstract of Lead Title«
Most complete set of abstract books in the
couuty. Abstract made promptly and accurately.
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Real Estate aud lasuraace
Fine list of county and town property for sale
and rent.
Money Loaned
Warrants bought and sold. Collections made.
Taxes pakl. Rents collected. Prompt reply to all
letters. Charges reasonable.
Refer*nc<9
Hon. H. K. Hanna judge 1st judicial dia tri u4
ami any Jacksonville buninau man.
KILLTHICOUGH
aho CURE tml UIMS
^DR.KING'S
NEW DISCOVERY
AMP ALL THROW/WD LUNG THOUULfS
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Filings made on home«toads and timber claims.
Correct piata weekly showing all vacant lands.
Legal papers of all kinds made out. Specia
attention given to papers in settlement of estates.
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THE JACKSONVILLE POST
LEADING ADVERTISING MEDIUM
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