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JACKSONVILLE, JACKSON COUNTY, OREGON, JANUARY 29, 1910
the peninsula and on the Young’s Bay
While killing hogs 20 miles from
Bonanza, Vivian Evans last Saturday
Dr. Hester Purchases 80 shot himself in the abdomert with a
Acres West of This City— 22-caliber rifle. He struck at one of
the hogs with the butt end of the gun
Other Deals in Sight.
when it was accidentally discharged.
Little hope for recovery is entortained.
Dr. T. W. Hester has purchased; George R. Wasson, one of the oldest
eighty acres of land on the western I ! settlers of Coos county, died Saturday,
edge of the city, from P. Ensele and it ! at his home on South slough. He was
is said will subdivide it into smaller I a native of New Brunswick and had
tracts before placing on the market as lived on Coos bay ever since he came
around the horn in 1852.
The land purchased is situated On an
The big tabernacle at the corner of
elevation, affording an excellent view | west tenth and Charleston streets,
of the Valley and is said to contain [ Eugene which will be used for the
many excellent Bites for residences.
union revival meeting, beginning Sun
Several lots in Lundgren’s addition ! day Jan. 30th, will be completed prob
have been recently sold, the buyers of ably about the midd le of this week.
of which It is said will erect substantial The structure will cover nearly a quar
buildings at once.
ter of a block in a thickly settled resi
dence portion. The work is all don-
ated, and the only cost to the churches
News of the State
for the building will be the price of
John Gustavson, 65 years old a
La Grande will probably pave its
wealthy rancher, living 314 miles south
principal streets this year.
Medford Masonic lodge, at a meet west of Beaverton was found dead in
ing Friday evening, purchased one of the basement of his home yesterday,
committed suicide by hanging.
the finest business locations in the city having
The discovery of the suicide was made
and will start work immediately on a by his wife, who becoming alarmed by
Masonic temple which will cost in the his absence, instituted a search. The
distance between the floor of the base
neighborhood of $50,000.
ment and the stringers was not suffi
Construction work on the new As cient to allow a man to stand erect and
toria Seaside and Tillamook Electric to accomplish his purpose Gustaveson
railroad is progressing steadily. A had tied a clothesline around a stringer
and then around his neck and throwing
force of about 50 men are engaged at himself
in an almost kneeling position,
the present time, on the south line of died of slow strangulation.
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City Dads Met Monday
126 Passed Second Read-
An adjourned meeting of the city
council was held in the City Hall Mon
day evening. Present: Mayor Shaw,
Councilman Dunford, Fick, Grieves,
Recorder Dex; Absent: Britt.
The application of L. I. Brown for
license to sell liquor at U. S. Hotel for
term of six months was presented.
The application being accompanied by
a fee of $200. and a sufficient bond,
and it appearing that no remonstrance
had been filed, the bond was approved
and license ordered issued.
Ordinance No 126, providing for the
employment of T. W. Osgood to pre
pare plans and specifications for and to
superintend the construction , of the
city waterworks was passed its second
After some desultory discussion of
the water question, council adjourned
to meet in regular session February
Notice is hereby given that I will
hold the regular examination for state
and county papers at Jacksonville,
Oregon, as follows:
FOR STATE PAPERS.
Commencing Wednesday, February
9th, 1910, at 9 o’clock, a. m., and con
tinuing four days:
spelling, pnysical geography, reading,
Thursday—arithmetic, theory of
physics, civil government.
composition, algebra, English litera
ture, school law.
Saturday—botany, plane geometry,
FOR COUNTY PAPERS.
Editor Pattison, of the Central Point
SETTLERS | Herald,
under the heading “Not Here
I to Be Intimidated, ” devotes consider
Chamberlain Introduces Bill able space to a description of a mixup
| which occurred in that staid and res
for Reinstatement of pectable town Sunday afternoon.
The principal actors in the affair be
ing Mr. Pattison himself and W. J
Chamberlain introduced today a bill for
the relief of the Siletz settlers, provid
ing that no homestead be cancelled
merely because of insufficiant resi
dence or cultivation when entry was
made in good faith, and that entries
that have been cancelled be reinstated
on application, if no contest be insti
The bill contains a strong clause pro
viding for protecting against fraud
ulent entry in the past or future.
Bills were introduced today to set
aside as a public park, Saddle Moun
tain, in Oregon, for the purchase of
portraits of Marshall, Taney, Chase
and White, chief justices of the su
preme courtof the United States—Jour
Freeman, a prominent citizen of the
same burg. After the exchange of a.
few words the latter resorted to blows,
but the exact result of the fistic en
counter is not stated.
In conclusion the article states that
the Herald man is not a thug nor a
bully, but so long as he is in charge of
the paper, neither clubs nor fists will
change the policy thereof. Right.
Cured of a Severe Attack of Bronchitis
by Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
“On October 18th, last, my little
three year old daughter contracted a
severe cold which resulted in a bad case
of bronchitis,” says Mrs. W. G. Gibson,
Lexington, Ky. “She lost the power
of speech completely and was a very
sick child. Fortunately we had a bot
tle of Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy in
the house and gave it according tothe
printed directions. On the second day
she was a great deal better, and on the
fifth day, October 23rd, she was entire
ly well of her cold and bronchitis, which
I attribute to this splendid medicine.
I recommend Chamberlain’s Cough
Remedy unreservedly as I have found
it the surest, safest and quickest cure
for colds, both for chilbren and adults,
of any I have ever used.” For sale by
City Drug store.
Commencing Wednesday, February
9, 1910, at 9 o’clock, a. m. and con
tinuing three days:
spelling, reading, physical geography.
Thursday—arithmetic, theory of
teaching, grammar, physiology.
Friday—geography, school law,
civil government, English literature.
Too Much Face.
J. P ercy W ells ,
County School Sup’t. You feel as if you had one face too
many when you have Neuralgia Don’t
you? Save the face, you may need it;
but get rid of the Neuralgia by apply
MINERS NOTICE -Notice of Location
ing Ballard’s Snow Liniment. Finest
both Quartz and Placer, for sale at this Correspondence to the Poet.
thing in the world for rheumatism, neu
ralgia, burns, cuts, scalds, lame back
The weather has been quite warm, and all pains. For sale at City Drug
and now turned cold at this writing.
Dr. Cameron was
Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Buck were Up to
Buncom last week.
Ed Ryan, who has been at Grants
The following interesting article has
Pass, is now visiting relatives at Bun Wants to Bond the County been submitted by one of our women
subscribers on good roads, as the great
for a Million Dollars.
est single country benefits to be ob
We are sorry to report that Charley
Coppie has the typhoid fever.
Now Connected With
“The one thing that would surely
Cameron is in attendance.
Medford’s Commercial Club at a re
H. Gilson has sold his place to Nelson cent meeting adopted a resolution bring the greatest benefit to the
Pursel and will start for Canada soon. favoring the bonding of the county for country is the perfection of its people
in body, mind and soul, and this is the
Gage M. Pierce who has been on the $1,000,000 for the purpose of building goal toward which all philanthropists,
sick list is not much improved, we are
pointed to draft a bill for a new law, reformers and public spirited men are
sorry to say.
the necessary petitions, etc.
Frank Cameron tarried in Medford
What one thing is most needsd to
The plan is feasable, although it may
Monday and Tuesday.
be difficult to obtain the requisite num help the country people keep their
R. J. Cameron has been on the sick ber of votes to secure the enactment place in this march of progress? What
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is hindering them just now so that they
list for some time.
of the necessary law.
cannot march? What but mud upon
GEO. L. DA VIS, Pres.
W. H. STEWART,
their feet! It is obvious that what we
called to Applegate last week to take
need is good roads.
L. NIEDERMYER, V. Pres.
To be sure, we need good schools,
but the foundation for a splendid school
L. E. WAKEMAN, Cashier.
A. C. RANDALL,
by’s family are all well of scarlet fever school were defeated at basket-ball by system was laid long ago, and is being
worked out as the advancement of the
L. L. JACOBS, Asst. Cashier.
I. W. THOMAS.
and their house fumigated.
the boys of the Medford High by a
country warrants. Good roads will
B, Randolph of Buncom was visiting score of 19 to 7. Our boys worked stimulate the perfection of our system
in Jacksonville recently the guest of hard to the very last, but it looked as of education, arouse public spirit,
though the ball just wouldn’t go
his sister, Mrs. Laura Ryan.
ameliorate social conditions, and add
through the hoop. Time and again it materially to our prosperity. With a
would hover on the edge only to drop
system of public schools, of which wo
outside.. Many of the free throws al
may justly be proud, and which is pro
so failed to help out our score. The bably not equaled by those of any
boys played good team work, but were other nation, we have a system of pub
1 Correspondence to The Post.
a little slow at times in letting go of lic roads that can be compared to none
C. C. Buck passed up Applegate the ball.
in Europe, unless it be Turkey. —Ex.
The “Portland Negroes” proved to
Mrs, Watkins and daughter Mamie, be all that was expected of them. They
made a trip to Medford one day last were not quite the equal of our girls.
They were defeated with a score of
Bert Harr passed by Watkins Thurs 4 to 5.
This makes fourteen games played
Camby Buck and Floyd Louden passed by our teams, with pther schools, Ten A New Back for an Old One-
down Applegate recently enroute to have been won, four lost.
How it is Done in Jacksonville
The new house which Messrs. Spiker
The back aches at times with a dull,
Don’t Get a Divorce.
I and bpencer
have been building on
indescribable feeling, making you
A western judge granted a divorce on weary and restless: piercing pains
1 Squaw Creek, will 1 soon be completed.
account of ill-temper and bad breath. shoot across the region of the kidneys,
Zeb. Collings made a business trip to
Dr. King's New Life Pills would have and again the loins are so lame to
prevented it. They cure Constipation, stoop is agony. No use to rub or ap
Dave Dorn left for Jacksonville causing bad breath and Liver Trouble
Thursday. He is now working at the the ill-temper, dispel colds, banish head ply a plaster to the back in this con
dition. You cannot reach the cause.
i rock quarry near Jacksonville.
aches, conquer chills. 25c at City Drug Exchange the bad back for a new and
Mr. and Mrs. Harr of Squaw Creek Store.
were smiling on friends near Watkins
A. Betz, living Cor. D. and 6th St.,
Medford, Ore , says:
Canal in Washington
E. W. Anderson made a business trip
more or less from kidney trouble for
to Medford recently.
four or five years. The disease did not
Amos and Ernest McKee passed down
Olympia, Wash., Jan. 24 —A. P. Gil bother me severely at first and I was
Applegate Sunday with a fine bunch of lies today filed with the secretary of under the impression that it would soon
sheep which they bought from John state the articles of incorporation of pass away. I steadily grew worse,
the Olympic Canal company, the ob however, and soon began to suffer
Floyd Louden spent a pleasant even jects of which are to build a deep from such severe (puins through my
ing with friends Sunday, the guest of water canal from Olympia to Gray’s loins that I was unable to stoop. When
Harbor, by way of the Chehalis river feeling generally miserable, a friend
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dorn and family.
recommended Doan's Kidney Pills. I
The capital stock of the corporation I procured a box and began their use.
President Helps Orphans.
is certified at $200,000 the corporation I They gave me prompt relief, and a
Hundreds of orphans have been helped to run fifty years, The trustees and continued use removed every symptom
by the President of The Industrial and incorporators are A. P. Gillies, of Ta of the complaint. It gives me pleasure
Orphan’s Home at Macon, Ga. who coma, A. C. Davis of Chehalis, and H. to recommend Doan’s Kidney Pills to
writes: “We have used Electric Bitters P. Scheel, of Tenino, of the Hercules other sufferers, as they proved very
satisfactory in tny case.”
in this Institution for nine years. It Stone company.
Plenty more proof like this from
The F. M. Andrews company, of
has proved a most excellent medicine
for Stomach, Liver and Kidney troubles. New York, will name officers to take Jacksonville people. Call at The City
We regard it as one of the best family the places of those named in the arti drug store and ask what customers re
medicines on earth. ” It invigorates the cles, the company now having a party port.
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
vital organs, purifies the blood, aids di in the field selecting a route. The
gestion, creates appetite. Tostrength- highest summit between the waters of cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
en and bui'd up thin, pale, weak chil the sound at Olympia, and the waters j New York, Sole Agents for the Unit*
dren or run-down people ithaa no equal. at Gray’s Harbor on the Chehalis river I ed States,
Best for female complaints. Only 50c is 90 feet. It is proposed to make the , Remember the name —Doan’*—and
1 take no other.
at City Drug Store.
canal a water level, without locks.
Bank of Jacksonville
Benj. M. Collins, Cashier
Capital Stock, $50,000.00
Officers and Directors:
Bacon, Hams, Shoulders, m
NOTICE:—Beginning Jan. 17 our store will
close at 6 p. m. except Saturday night.