Emil Britt NO. 40 JACKSONVILLE, JACKSON COUNTY, OREGON, FEBRUARY 5, 1910 PORTLAND LETTER Plans Laid for Big Racing Association in the North west—Japan Shows Good Feeling. Portland, Or., Feb. 4, (Special)—Pre liminary steps were taken here this week for the formation of a Western Fair Association for the country west of the rocky mountains, to bear the same relation to this territory as the American Trotting Association and the National Trotting Association do to the east. The step was taken at the meet ing of the North Pacific Fair Associa tion, which appointed a committee to work on the project and report at th next meeting. New officers for the North Pacific Fair Association were elected as fol- lows: President, F. A. Welch, Salem; Vice-President, W. H. Gibbons, Boise, Idaho; Secretary and Treasurer, John W. Pace, North Yakima, Wash. Dates Bet tot the various racing fneets of the Northwest during the coming season are as follows: Everett, August 29-September 3; Portland, Sep- tuinber 5-19; Salem, September 12-17; Walla Walla, September 19-24; North Yakima, September 25-Oetobar 1; Spokane, October 10-15. The annual convention of the Oregon Retail Merchants’ Ass’n. at Eugene during the past week was a triumph. its membership is composed of up-to- each contributing native roses to be date merchants whose aim is to serve planted here on Washington’s Birth the consumers with first class mer day. It is expected by rosarians that chandise at moderate prices. During the bushes will thrive in their adopted the discussion at the various sessions country as well as in their own clime. of the convention, they insisted on pure food products and the trend of the ESTRAY NOTICE. gathering was toward better citizen- Buncom, Oregon, Jan. 28, 1910. ship. Came to my place two years ago: — Modern commercial activity is em- phasized by the progressive spirit of One dirty gray horse, about 14J^ hands the Medford Commercial Club. It has high, weighs between 999 and 1001 lbs. a membership at present of 562 and ! Na brand or marks, the horse will be when one realize! that there is an four years old this spring. The owner is hereby notified to come initiation fee of $5.00 in addition to the ucuer ap . forward, prove property, pay charges, monthly UU«, dues, unv one gcu» gets a better preeiation preciation of of the the reason i wny people I an<1 take him away- otherwise he will hear sq frequently of the Rogue River disposed of according to law. A. D. M c K ee . city. (First publication Feb 5, 1910.) State-wide interest is shown in the development congress to be held at Eugene February 11 and 12. Common Howa This? wealth Day, the fifty-first anniversary We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward of the admission of Oregon as a state, 1 for any case of Catarrh that cannot be will be celebrated on February 12. cured by Hall’s Catarrh Cure. Questions of general interest, such as F. J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, O. the conservation of the slate’s re We, the undersigned, have known F. sources, extension of irrigation, country conditions, and educational subjects J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in ail will be taken up. Japan, showing its friendly feeling business transactions and financially toward Oregon and the Pacific Coast, able to carry out any obligations made has sent 170 bushes of native roses to by his firm. Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, be set out in the parks and public Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. squares .of Portland on February 22, Hall’s Catarrh Cure is taken intern the official rose planting day, when the metropolis will make a holiday and hold ; ally, acting directly upon the blood and special exercises. The gift is a m.ucous surfaces of tho system. Testi gracious one and is much appreciated monials sent free. Price 75 cents per by Rose Festival officials. A number bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Take i of forein nations have been heard from, I Hall’s Family Pills for consumption. I Bank of Jacksonville FARMERS and FRUITGROWERS BANK Capital Stock, $50,000.00 Officers and Directors: — --------------------------------- GEO. L. DAVIS, Pres. L. NIEDERMYER, V. Pres. L. E. WAKEMAN, Cashier. L. L. JACOBS, Asst. Cashier. -------------------------------------- , . ........... .W. H. STEWART, JAMES CAMPBELL, A. C. RANDALL, I. W. THOMAS. >—< Ivrijwcr! hnt S/wwS fri m J Bacon, Hams, Shoulders, and Lard NOTICE:—Beginning Jan. 17 our store will I 10 FOR STATE PAPERS. FOR COUNTY PAPERS. Commencing Wednesday, February 9, 1910, at 9 o’clock, a. ra. and con tinuing three days: Wednesday penmanship, history, spelling, reading, physical geography. Thursday— arithmetic, theory of teaching, grammar, physiology. Friday geography, school law, civil government, English literature. Yours truly, J. P ercy W ells , County School Sup’t. For lhaf Terrible Itching. Eczema, tetter and salt rheum keep their victims in perpetual torment. The application of Chamberlain’s salve will instantly allay this itching, and many cases have been cured by its use. For sale by City Drug Store. COUNCIL MEETING fin close at 6 p. m. except Saturday night. IM ULRICH BROS., M H M Leading Merchants Notice is hereby given that I will hold the regular examination for state and county papers at Jacksonville, Oregon, as follows: Commencing Wednesday, February 9th, 1910, at 9 o’clock, a. m., and con tinuing four days: Wednesday—Penmanship, history, spelling, physical geography, reading, phychology. Thursday—arithmetic, theory of teaching, grammar, bookkeeping, physics, civil government. Friday—physiology, geography, composition, algebra, English litera ture, school law. Saturday -botany, plane geometry, general history. Judge Hiero K. Hanna, retiring from the bench of the circuit court for this district after an honorable career thereon for 25 years, was given a hand some testimonial of the esteem in which he is held by the members of the bar of the district On Monday, the last day of Judge Hanna’s long incumbency of the office of circuit judge, court convened in ad journed term at 1 o’clock p. m., when W. M. Colvig, on behalf of all the members of the bar of the two S counties embraced in Judge Hanna’s district, many of whom were present, arose and presented the veteran jurist, about to retire, with a handsome gold Now Connected With M II Members of Bar Present Handsome Token of Esteem Retiring Jurist—Presentation by Wm. M. Colvig Teachers’ Examinations. The Man Who Don’t Advertise Benj. M. Collins, Cashier 0 Bfl DI HONORS TO JUDGE H. K. HANNA ■ «Mí 15Jnnto i M11 J watch set with diamonds, as a testi monial. After he had paid a tribute to Judge Hanna, G. H. Durham, of Grants Pass, expressed the feeiings of the Josephine county lawyers in a fif ing manner, and Attorney W. I. Vawter and District Attorney . B. F. Mulkey followed in eloquent tributes of high respect and esteem. The venerable jurist attempted to reply to the sentiments expressed but words failed him, his feelings being evidently too great for expression in mere words. The scene, one never before witnessed in Oregon, will be long remembered by all those present. Watkins Items. Correspondence to The Post. The business man who does not ad vertise simply because his grandfather did not, should wear knee breeches and a queue. The business man who does not advertise because it costs money, should quit paying salaries for the same reason. The business man who does not ad- vertise because he tried it once and failed, should throw away his cigar be cause the light went out. The business man who does not ad vertise because he does not know how himself, should stop eating because he can’t cook. The business man who does not ad vertise because somebody said it did not pay, should not believe the world is round because the ancients said it was flat. The business man wbo does not ad vertise because he cannot know ab solutely that it is going to pay, should commit suicide to avoid being killed by an accident. —Ex. There is about two inches of snow here at this writing. Regular Monthly Meeting Mrs. John Louden and her sons, CRYING EOR HELP Floyd and Vercle Louden, left for of City Council — Ordin Waldo Monday. The dance given at Amos McKee’s Lots of it in Jacksonville But ance No. 126 Passed Final Saturday, January 29, was largely at Daily Growing Less. Reading -- Election Offi tended and a very enjoyable time was had. cers Appointed — Tele A. D. McKee passed up Applegate The kidneys cry for help. Not an organ in the whole body so phone Company Asks for recently enroute to the Louden ranch. delicately constructed. Not one so important to health, E. W. Anderson was visiting friends The kidneys are the filters of the Franchise. near Watkins Sunday. blood. Z. J. Collings was smiling on friends When they fail the blood becomes foul The regular monthly meeting of the near Watkins Saturday. and poisonous. city council was held in the city hall There can be no health where there Homer Stephenson and Ora Phillips Tuesday evening, the Mayor. Council were among friends at Watkins Satur is poisoned blood. men and Recorder all being present. Back ache is one of the first indica day. Minutes of previous regular and ad tions of kidney trouble trip M. A. Watkins made a business journed meetings were read and ap- It is the kidney’s cry for help. Heed I proved. The usual grist of bills were to Jacksonville recently. it. I presented and allowed. Doan’s Kidney Pills are what is Ordinance No. 126, providing for the Buncom Reports. wanted. employment of Mr. Osgood to plan and Are just what overworked kidneys supervise the construction of the water need. Correspondence to the Post. system was passed final reading. They strengthen and invigorate the Quite a heavy snow fell last Monday. kidneys; help them to do their work; The matter of appointing officers for the coming municipal election was G. Pierce is much improved at this never fail to cure any case of kidney taken up and the following named per writing. disease. sons were appointed. Judges: Frank Read the proof from a Jacksonville Barnet Randolph was in Jacksonville Kiser, H. A. Hawkins and Charles citizen: last week. Basye. Clerks: Samuel DeRoboam A. D. Houston, Merchant, formerly Ed Saltmarsh passed down Little living in the North partof Jacksonville, and Chris Kenney. Application for franchise having Applegate recently. Ore., says: “About a year ago I suff been made by the Home Telephone Mr. R. Garrett was a recent caller ered severely from backache and kid Company, an ordinance embodying the at Gage Pierce’s. ney disease. The actions of the kid proposed franchise was introduced, ney secretions was very irregular and C. C. Buck and family of Big Apple passed first reading and ordered pub I was otherwise run down. I procured gate were visiting near Buncom last Doan’s Ridney Pills at the City Drug lished at expense of said company. I Sunday, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Store and since using this remedy I On Motion council adjourned. Jake Parks. have not had the slightest symptom of Joseph Daly did trading at Ruch re- kidney trouble and have felt better in Chamberlain's Cough Remedy thc every wav. I am glad to endorse a re cently. Most Popular Because it is the Best medy of such great merit as Doan’s Byron Johnson called on neighbors Kiiney Pills.” “I have sold Chamberlain’s Cough recently. Plenty more proof like this from i Remedy for the past eight years and La3t Tuesday night was the coldest Jacksonville people. Call at The City find it to be one of the bestselling med- drug store and ask what customers re ; icines on the markets. For babies and night we’ve had this winter. young children there is nothing better Hollis Parks made a business trip up port. For sale by all dealers. Price 50 i in the line of cough syrups,” says Paul to H. Gilson’s Tuesday. cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, ; Allen, Plain Dealing, La. This remedy J. Parks had the misfortune to lose New York, Sole Agents for the Unit- ( not only cures the coughs, colds and i ed States. croup so common among young children, one of his best milk cows last week. Feed is getting scarce on the creek 1 Remember the name—Doan's—and i but is pleasant and safe for them to i take no other. ' take. For sale by City Drug Store. and caused several to buy hay.