Jacksonville post. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1906-19??, September 25, 1909, Image 3

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LOCAL NEWS
Go to Abbotts Hardware for fruit
cans.
SEPTEMBER COURT
THE CHURCHES.
(CONTINUED)
LEGAL BLANKS To the People
IFe have on hand for sale of Jacksonville
R. T. Burnett and wife left for Se­
Get your legal blanks at this office.
Presbyterian Church,
attle Thursday, where they will visit
Photos at Hart’s for 40c per dozen.
— o—
the exposition.
The suit of Whetstone vs. Rogue
R ev . R obert E nnis , P astor .
Go to Abbotts Hardware for fruit
the following blanks viz: AND VICINITY. I have engaged
Miss Abbie Henry, who was operated River Valley R. R. Co., a corporation,
aans.
Sabbath school, Sunday morning at
on for appendicitis the fifth of ’this' was concluded Friday. Verdict for the 10 o’clock.
the service of I. H. Baxter of Ashland,
Did you see the new Post Cards at
Warranty Deeds,
month, is rapidly convalescing. She ’ defendant.
Preaching service, Sunday evening
Ore., who is a first-class shoe and
the Boss’?
was very efficiently cared for during
------J I Southern Pacific Railroad Co. vs. at 8 o’clock.
Mortgages,
harness maker. All work guaranteed
Subscribe for the Post, only $1.50 per her illness by Miss Kate Buckley who; Parker. Action to recover money due
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening
first-class and done on short notice.
year.
Quit
Claim
Deeds,
returned-to her home last Thursday.
on balance of a freight bill. This suit at 8 o’clock.
Give him a trial and you will not have
George Merritt was a Medford visi-
Satisfaction of Mortgage,
You are invited to attend these ser­
On and after Nov. 1st all persons grew out of a dispute over a freight
te wear out one pair of shoes going
tor Wednesday.
registering a Tetter in United States bill, Parker had shipped a carload of vices.
after the pair left for repair.
Agreements,
Advertise in the Post and increase mail will have to pay a fee of ten cents household goods and livestock from
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your business.
Bill of Sale,
instead of eight as at present. Begin­ Arizona to Ashland, paying $200 in ad­
T. L. DeVore
Methodist Church,
Mrs. R. R. D ow visited friends in ning with the same date the maximum vance charges thereon. After the ar­
Chattel Mortgage,
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Ashland, Sunday.
liability of the government for regis­ rival of the goods at Ashland the com­
Second Hand Store
Beal Estate Conti act,
R
ev
.
G.
A. G ray , P astor .
tered
matter
will
be
raised
to
$50.
pany
claimed
an
additional
$164,
which
James A. Wilson of ¡Medford was a
Corner Oregon and Main Sts., Jack­
Sunday school, Sunday morning at
Parker refused to pay as he had al­
Ackn owledgemen ts,
visitor in town this week.
sonville, Oregon, where you will find a
SALESMEN WANTED. No house ready received the goods, A number 10 o’clock.
Fred Opp of St. Louis, Mo. is visit­ to house canvassing. Call on business
Loca tion Notice—Pacer, complete line of Whips, Harness
Preaching service at 11 o’clock Sun­
ing hih brother J. W. Opp of this place. men, professional men and others at of precedents were cited, interstate
Goods and Second Hand Goods of all
commerce rules quoted, etc.
The day morning.
Location
Notice- Quartz kinds.
Mrs. Antone Rose was transacting their place of business. You can make Court instructed the jury to find a ver-
Epworth League Sunday evening at
business in Medford Tuesday morning. $50.00 a week. Experience not neces­ diet for the plaintiff.
Real Estate Agents Con­
6:45 o’clock.
The Boss for candies, nuts, fruit sary. We equip you fully with sample
James Wilson who had been found
Proaching at 7:30 o’clock Sunday
tract,
vegetables, in fact everything that is and sample case. Fine, pleasant work. guilty of burglary, was sentenced to
evening.
nice.
Your own boss. Work when you serve two years in the penitentiary.
At reasonable prices. We
Prayer meeting, Thuisday evening
Miss Ell Gaunyaw of Medford was a please and go where you please. You
The
grand
jury
found
indictments
at 8 o’clock.
intend
adding other
business visitor in Jacksonville, Tues­ deal with the best class of people only. against Olsen of Gold Hill and Mark
When your days work is done you
Your presence is desired ¡at these
Please read the heading over again.
day.
blanks as fast as possible Then
its tremendous significance will
have your money in your pocket, Be Whipple of Woodville and their cases meetings.
Trespass Notices, printed on cloth,
will
come
up
for
bearing
soon.
dawn upon you.
I
independent. Investigate this, En-
until
the
line
is
complete.
for sale at this office, 50 cents per
An Oliver Typewriter—the standard
The grand jury has completed its
tirely new proposition. Address,
Go With A Rush.
writer the $100 machine —ths
dozen.
Blanks of special form visible
M. C. Young, Mgr., 162 Ohio St., labors, filed its report and been dis­ The demand for that ¡wonderful Stom­
most highly perfected typewriter on
charged. The report states that of
A ball game will be played here Sun­ Chicago.
printed
to
order
at
short
the market— yours for 17 cents a day!
the eight transcripts submitted from ach, Liver and Kidney cure, Dr. King’s
The typewriter whose conquest of
day afternoon. Central Point vs.
notice.
the commercial world is a matter of
the justice courts three true bills were New Life Pills —is astounding Jackson­
Jacksonville.
business history— yours for 17 cents a
found. Of other cases investigated 27 ville people say they never saw the JACKSONVILLE POST. day!
A Burnt Child
Only $2.25 cash in advance, secures
like. Its because they never fail to
indictments
were
returned,
making
a
The typewriter that is equipped with
both The Jacksonville Post and Pacific
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total of 30 for the term. The offices cure Sour Stomach, Constipation, Indi­ I
scores of such conveniences as “The
Monthly for one year.
It
is
intended
for
those
who
appre
­
Balance Shift” —“The Ruling Device”
dreads the fire. The dread is wholesome of the county officials were inspected gestion, Biliousness, Jaundice, Sick
ciate quality, for those gentlemen who — “The Double Release” —“The Loco­
Thursday was Elks’ day at Medford,
but not the burn; that can be healed and and everything found in apparent good Headache, Chills and Malaria^ Only 25c
1 enjoy a thoroughly matured, rich Old motive Base” 'The Automatic Spacer’ ’
a local lodge of the order with 52 mem­
instantly relieved by applying Ballard’s i condition. The grand jury recommends Sold by J. W. Robinson.
bers was organized.
Kentucky liquor — I. W. HARPER “The Automatic Tabulator” — “The
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Snow Liniment. Be prepared for acci- that the yard in the vicinity of the jail
“Disan earing l“-
whiskey
Sold by E. H. HELMS.
dicator '’ — “The
John Duggan accompanied Sheriff dents by keeping a bottle always in the ; be cleaned up, also the outhouses. The
H. K. HANNA jr.
Adjustable
Paper
Jones to Salem this week, having in house. Best for sprains, bruises, cuts, halls and office rooms of the court house
Fingers ” — “ 1 ho
OFFICIAL
DIRECTORY
charge two prisoners.
Lawyer
scalds, rheumatism, neuralgia, bunions are not as neat as they should be and
S c i'entifi c Con -
UNITED STATES
dense 1 Keyboard”
Plain and colored job printing done — any and all aches and pains.
improvement is suggested.
Sheriff Office in Bank of Jacksonville Building
at reasonable rates. Send or telephone
Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 sold by J. Jones, Deputy Dow and District Atty.
Prenident.....................................William H.
Yours for17Cents
your orders te this office.
w. Robinson.
OREGON Vice-President................................... Jas. S. Sherman
J Mulkey are commended for zealous JACKSONVILLE,
A Day
Secretary of State.......................................P. C. Knox
work in assisting the jury and court,
Judge Neil went to Portland Monday
Secretary of Treasury....................F. Mac Veach
We announced the new sales plan re­
the attorney being specially commended
to attend a convention of Oregon’s
Secretary of War........................... J. M. Dickinson cently, just to feel the pulse of the
A. E. REAMES
Oregon Sidelights
for his efforts to stop the sale of
Attorney General...................... G. W. Wickersham people. Simply a small cash payment
County Judges.
Postmaster General........................ F. H. Hitchcock — then 17 cents a day.
That is the
Lawyer
liquors
to
boys
and
girls
under
21
years
The Post wants a reliable correspond­
Secretary of Navy............................... Von L. Meyer plan in a nutshell.
of
age.
A Minneapolis newspaper man r says i
Practise in all State and Federal Courts Secretary Interior............................ R. A. Ballinger
ent in every precinct in Jackson coun­
The result has been such a deluge of
the Goose Lake valley is the prettiest , State of Oregon vs. Chas. H. Wals-
Secretary of Agriculture....................... Jas. Wilson applications for machines that we are
ty. Write for particulars.
JACKSONVILLE Secretary of Commerce...................... James Nagle simply astounded.
part of Oregon -and he is no goose worth. Case called for trial Monday Kahler Block
G. H. Haweland and J. D. Cook
Chief Justice.................................. Melvin V. Fuller
The demand comes from people of
either.
morning. Jury empanelled and sworn,
prominent mining men of Grants Pass,
Vespation Warner.................. U. S. Pension Com’r all classes, all ages, all occupations.
Irrigon Irrigator: A party of Her-! °PeninK statements made by attorneys,
The majority of inquiries has come
W. S. Richards..............................U. S. Land Com’r
GUS
NEWBURY
were in town Tuesday and Wednesday.
from people of known financial stand­
miston people were here Tuesday look- I maP °f thev farm and scene °f the
STATE OF OREGON
Mrs. Josephine Russell and Miss ing for grapes. Did they get them? tra^edv exh.bited and explained to the
Attorney-at-Law
U. S. Senators.............................. G. E.Chamberlain ing who were attracted by the novelty
An impressive
Frances Nunan have returned home My, they went home loaded inside and Jury’ request made that Jury be taken
................................. Jonathan Bourne of the proposition.
WilJ Practise in All Courts in the State Rep. in Congress, 1st D................... W. C. Hawley demonstration of the immense popular
after spending the summer at Newport out.
to
view
the
place
where
shooting
oc-
*
Governor.................................... Geo. E. Chamberlain ity of the Oliver Typewriter.
Office on California street one
cured. Court instructed sheriff to pro­
A startling confirmation of our be­
WANTED—A solicitor to work in coun­
Sec. of State...................................Frank W. Benson
The Seaside Signal thinks “there is cure necessary carriages and convey
block south of the court house
State Treasurer....................................... Geo. A. Steel lief that the Era of Universal Type­
try districts. Liberal commission a whole lot of street improvement past
Attorney-General............................ A. M. Crawford writing is at hand.
will be paid. Apply to Jacksonville due—that would help the appearance jury and defendant (if the latter so
State School Supt........................... J. H. Ackerman
desires)
to
the
scene
and
return
to
the
roat.
of the town—i f we only h ad the money. ” court house in the afternoon.
State Printer...................................... Willis Duniway A Quarter of a Million People
DR. T. T. SHAW
F. A. Moore Justice
Miss Maud Tucker, formerly ¡a com­
A Roseburg man has bought over
After viewing the scene of the trag­
Robt. Eakin Justice
are Making Money with
Dentist.
positor in this office, has accepted a 4000 head of mutton sheep in the vic­ edy the jury returned and trial was re­
Will R. King, Com’r
position with the Record at Central inity of Gold Beach and is gatljpring sumed. A number of witnesses were Office in Ryan Building, California St.
W. T. Slater Com’r
J. c. Moreland, clerk TTje
A.
Point.
■ A
f
Upf taira
them up to drive to Roseburg for ship­ called by the prosecution who testified
Dairy and Food Com’r........................... J. W. Bailey
as to the shooting, etc.
Oh, Johnnie, where are you going? ment by rail.
JACKSONVILLE
OREGON Labor Commissioner................................... O. P. Hoff
Railroad Com rs...........................Thos. K. Campbell
The State rested and the defense inj
Oh down to the Boss for ice cream.
Dead Ox Flat correspondence of the
........................... Clyde B. A itch i son
What do you go there for? Mamma Ontario Optimist: There was quite an troduced testimony to show that the
........................... Oswald West
■ays it is the best.
exciting time at the session of the La­ defendant was acting in self defense,
rioter
State Game Warden........................R. O. Stevenson
Bank Examiner...................................... James Steel
Clarence Reams of Medford assisted dies’ Aid Thursday. They received two the defendant claiming that the first
State Engineer.................................... John H. Lewis The Standard Visible Writer
wound inflicted in the affray was upon
District Atty. Mulkey in the prosecu­ new members.
State Land Agent............................. C. V. Galloway
A yearling calf was found killed by a him, that he was shot twice while
tion of the Walsworth cases, heard in
The Oliver Typewriter is a money­
JEWELER and WATCHMAKER Clerk State Land Board........................ G. G. Brown maker,
standing
with
hands
raised
above
his
gunshot
wound
near
Port
Orford.
This
right from the, word “go!" So
the circuit court this week.
State Veterinarian............................... C. J. Korinek
easy to run that the beginners soon get
is
but
the
logical
result
of
allowing
head.
A
reliable
line
of
Watches,
FIRST
JUDICIAL
DISTRICT
No need to write your announcements,
in the “expert” class. Earn as you
The trial of this case was delayed all
Clocks and all kinds of Jewelry
Judges H. K. Hanna.............................. Jacksonville
notices, etc. You can get all kinds of small boys to run around with high
learn. Let the machine pay the 17
day Wednesday and Thursday forenoon
Geo. Noland............................ Klamath Falls
pressure rifles, says the Tribune.
at
reasonable
prices.
cents a day—wnd all aboce that is yours.
job printing done at this office, neatly
Prosecuting
Attorrfey
...........................
B.
F.
Mulkey
Wherever you are, there’s work to
The lumber industry of Lane county on account of the illness of one of the
and at reasonable prices.
We make a specialty of fine
U S LAND OFFICE ROSEBURG
be done and money to be made by us­
is in better condition now than it has jurymen who was tasen sick Tuesday
Repairing
and
Guarantee
all
Register
........................................................
B.
L.
Eddy
R. G. Smith of Grants Pass was in
ing the Oliver. The business world is
been for a number of years, says the night.
Receiver.............................................. J. M. I^awrence calling for Oliver operators.
our work one year. No charge
There
attendance at the courthouse this week,
Thursday afternoon the hearing was
Register. Mills are running steadily
are not enough to supply the demand.
JACKSON COUNTY OFFICIALS
for regulating.
being attorney for the defense in the
Their salaries are considerably above
and there is big demand for all the resumed, several witnesses were exam­
........................... L. L. Muiit, Ashland
case of the State vs Walsworth.
those of many classes of workers.
Oregon StateJSenator
ined and part of the testimony given at Jacksonville,
material being turned out.
Representatives......................... M. Purdin. Medford
Whygo to Medford when you can
. ............... D. H. Miller. Medford 'AnOliver Typewriter in Every Home'
The Dalles Optimist: The era of rail- the former trial in 1908 was read, guns
buy goods at Abbotts Hardware just road building setting in in Oregon will used in the fracas were identified and
Joint Rep.............. ....... J. A. Buchanan Roseburg
That i» our battle cry today. W e
Co. Judge............ .............. J. R. Neil, Jacksonvile
aa cheap. Be loyal to your home
Clerk.................... . .W. R. Coleman, Jacksonville have made the Oliver supreme in use­
not cut much figure in the census next offered to the jury for examination.
WHILE
IN
MEDFORD
town and patronize home industry.
Sheriff
.................
W.
A.
Jones,
Jacksonville
.......
fulness and absolutely indispensable in
Dr. Pickel testified to dressing the
spring. But wait until 1920. Oregon
Recorder............. ... .R. T. Burnett, Jacksonville
E. L. Jones the mining man of the will then loom up with nearly as great wounds of the defendant after the shoot­
Treasurer............ J. M. Cronemiller, Jacksonvile business. Now comes the conquest of
Call and see Mack in front of
School Supt........
......... J. P Wells, Jacksonville the home.
Blue Ledge district, left for British a population as Washington.
ing and identified several scars as the
Wearie’s for Chili Concarne
Assessor.............. . . . .W. T. Grieve, Jacksonville
The simplicity and strength of the
Surveyor
.............
.................
F. A. Griser, Ashland
Columbia and Alaska, Wednesday,
result
of
such
wounds.
Court
adjourned
It is be­
and hot and cold lunch. Em­
Coroner................ ........... A. E. Kellogg, Gold Hill Oliver fit it for family use.
Threshing is about finished in Sum­
coming
an important factor in the home
where he will remain several months.
until nine o’clock Friday morning.
Commissioners,.. .................. J. Patterson, Talent
ployment
office
in
connection
mer Lake and so far as we have learned
James Owens, Wellen training of young people. An educator
Court convened Friday at the hour
MACK WILL CLT YOU WORK
Wallace Sturgess of San Francisco crops have turned out very well, says
Stock Inspector,. .................... Chas. Tull. Medford as well as a money maker.
Fruit
Inspector,
.
.......
G.
W.
Taylor, Jacksonville
was in town Saturday. Mr. Sturgess the Leader. No threshing has yet been named and it appearing that by reason
Our new selling plan puts the Oliver
JACKSONVILLE.
on the threshold of every home in
of
illness
one
of
the
jurors
was
unable
came up to Medford to attend his done in this valley, but it is expected
Henry G. Dox............ ....................... Justice of peace America. Will you close the door of
father during his illness and was with that crops will turn out better than to serve, the jury was discharged and
Frank Kasshafer........................................... Constable
Dr. T. T. Shaw...............................................Mayor your home or office on this remarkable
him until the end.
further
hearing
in
the
case
postponed
was looked for earlier in the season.
Henry G. Dox.................................................. Recorder opportunity?
J. M. Cronemillcr....................................... Treasurer
until Monday, October 11th. 1909.
Write for further details of our
Say! Did you see that new Oliver
The Booth Kelly company’s big log
John
Huffer...................................... Chief of Police
And Latest Styles of Wall
Geo. L. Davis.............................................. Councilman easy offer and a free copy of the new
The following are the names of the
typewriter at this office? We can sell drive of 9,000,000 feet which has been
Emil Britt................................................... Councilman Oliver catalog. Address
Paper, Call on or Address
you an up to date machine for a small coming down the river for some time jurymen on the case: R. B. Pums, J.
Fred J. Fick.............................................. Councilman
T.T.
Shaw ...............................................Councilman
B.
McDonald,
Carl
Bierberstadt,
Sam
­
payment down and 17 cents per day is now being taken into the race and
C. F. Dunford........................................... Councilman The Oliver Typewriter Company
B. E. Haney........................... Street Commissioner
until balance is paid. Jacksonville Post. pond at Coburg mills, There will be uel Mathis, F. M. Brooker, F. W.
G.M.Lewis .......................................................... Sexton 1326 First Avenue, Seattle, Wash.
Miss Lulu Garrison came in from enough logs to fill the pond and race to Herrin, B. N. Bunch. J. D. Culbertson,
Jacksonville,
Oregon
Hutton, Wednesday,} where she has overflowing and will keep the mill busy Andrew Burn, Port Hubbard, J. E.
Olsen and C. L. Carr.
visiting her sister Mrs. Wm. Campbell, for a long time.—Journal.
after a few days visit with Jacksonville
friends she will leave for her home at
Best Treatment for a Burn.
Portland.
1 If for no other reason, Chamberlain’s
Rev. G. A. Gray of this city has been
THE
1 Salve should be kept in every house­
assigned to the charge at Canyonville,
hold
on
account
of
its
great
value
in
the
Douglas county, by the recent M. E.
JOHN DUNNINC.TON, Prop.
Conference. T. S. Frey has been ap­
When you want a ' treatment of burns. It allays the pain
Dealer in
almost instantly, and unless the injury
pointed to succeed Mr. Gray at this
quick cure without any
is a severe one, heals the parts with-
place.
loss of time, and one ' out leaving a scar. This salve is also All Kinds of Fresh and
The leading magazine of the west. Beauti­
Cap. Thos. Broadhead chief of detec­
Cured Meats, Choice
unequaled for chapped hands, sore nip­
tives came up from Los Angeles, the
that is followed by no
fully illustrated. Interesting stories. Ar­
ples and diseases of the skin. Price,
Lard, Etc.
first of the week after F. M. Barr,
bad
results,
use
25
cents.
For
sale
by
City
Drugstore.
who was wanted for forgery. He was
A $100 Typewriter
for 17 cents a Day!
OLiVE’R
0. nedvide K
For Paper Hanging
C. F. BOWMAN
SPECIAL^
Diarrhoea
Jacksonville
Meat Market CLUBBING OFFER
Pacific Monthly
captured by Deputy Ed Thornton, at
Ashland.
Mr. G. P. Wagner of the Steamboat
country was in town Wednesday and
made this office a pleasant call. Mr.
Wagner is a prospector of many years
experience and speaks in glowing
terms of the future of the mining in­
dustry in his region, stating that capi­
tal and transportation facilities will
make it one of the greatest mining
districts in the country. Mr. Wagner
is the owner of four claims, upon which
he has done a great deal of work and
which promise .to prove very valuable
when further developed.
Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy.
It never fails and is
pleasant and safe to take.
It is equally valuable for
children. It is famous
for its cures over a large
part of the civilized
world.
Jacksonville.
Oregon
! FOR SALE—20 acres of young or­
chard adjoining city limits, on coun­
ty road; fine location; deep level
loamy soil; X mile from postoffice,
At the old George Lewis stand
courthouse, high school; leading va­
riety of fruit; 6 acres pears, 10 acres
apples, 2 acres peaches, some bear­ JOE APPLEBAKER, Proprietor
ing trees, alfalfa and garden patch;
good 4-room house, barn, outbuilding,
All kinds of blacksmithing
household goods, farming tools, 1
done promptly and at rea­
cow, 20 chickens, 3 wells wells to
sonable rates. Satisfaction
irrigate portions of land if necessary;
guaranteed.
$350 per acre, terms. Jacksonville
I Real Estate Co., Adolf Schulz, man­
ager.
Jacksonville
Oregon
Blacksmith Shop
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
Month!
And The
Jacksonville
Post
Both One Year for
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