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About Jacksonville post. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1906-19?? | View Entire Issue (Feb. 12, 1910)
Superintendent Wells has announced
the results of the contest held Jan. 28,
: as follows:
1 Ashland East School ..
| Central Point.................
I Hannah .
Lower Sams Valley..................... 94.
■ Grove............................................. 92.74
The following named schools made
the best average in the seperate
Knock the Meat Trust.
Central Point ...........
Orders for ail kinds of Rough and Dressed
Lumber Promptly Filled
Fred J. Fick,
Contractor and Buildc
Jacksonville's New Market
Will please everybody with the Choicest cuts of
Sams Valley... 93.33
1H1 4tb grade, Lower
Grove school.............. 98.
Columbia River Salt Salmon Bellies,
Columbia River Smoked Salmon,
Soused Mackerel in Tin,
Genuine Holland Herring,
BEEF, PORK, MUTTON AND VEAL
At lowest possible prices.
North Phoenix............ 96.
Willow Springs ......... 100
Fowls when ordered
Don’t forget the plaae
SALE—A tract of timberland,
containing 160 acres, situated in
Douglas Co., Ore. Timber estimated
at 4,000,000 feet, fir and cedar.
Apply to Jacksonville Post.
Estate of Joseph Welch, an incompe
tent. Order to show cause why a sale
of real estate should not be made.
Ofttcial Paper of the City of Jacksonville, Oregon
Estate of Maria A. Chenowith, dec’d.
Report of administrator showing set
A weekly newspaper published every Saturday at the county seat of Jackson tlement with W. M. Hodson of his
County, Oregon. D. W. B agshaw , Editor.
claim against said estate.
Estate of John T. Layton, deceased.
Entered as second-class matter June 22, 1907, at the post office at Jacksonville,
Order to set aside real estate under the
Oregon, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1879.
Estate of Frank Mee, deceased. In
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1910
ventory and appraisement filed.
SUBSCRIPTION: One year by mail $1.50. Advertising rates furnished on
In the matter of the last will and tes
tament of Emily Burch, dec’d. Will
admitted to probate and order appoint
Robert E. L. Burch as executor.
With two telephone companies in the field; two pro ing
Bond fixed at $10,000.
posed electric roads; one steam railroad in operation, and
a through road to the coast in prospect; a water system
under construction and numerous improvements in sight;
it looks as though Jacksonville was waking up to the
needs of the hour. As a means toward the desired end,
put down your name as a member of the commercial club
now being organized and help the work along. You can
help to make this city one of the best small towns in the
state; why not do it NOW?
We understand that a new company has been organ
ized for the purpose of constructing and operating an
electric road to connect the county seat with other towns
in the valley. It is proposed to ask the county court for
a franchise for right of way over certain of the county
roads for this purpose. If the franchise is granted it is
said that work will begin at once.
The bill introduced by Senator Bourne, to amend the
homestead laws as applying to lands in Oregon should be
passed without a dissenting vote. The proposed measure
makes the cultivation of the land, and an aggregate pro
duction of crops to the amount of $1500 a necessary re
quirement in order to obtain patent, instead of a residence
provision as at present.
How about the commercial club? Have you decided
to become a member and help along the improvement of
your city? If not, why not?
THE COURT HOUSE
Willim K. Ingleden and Mary Owings.
Because meat3 are so tasty they are
consumed in great excess. This leads
to stomach troubles, biliousness and
constipation. Revise your diet, let
reason and not a pampered appetite
control, then take a few doses of
Chamberlain’s Stomach and Liver Tab
lets and you will soon be well again.
Try it. For sale at City Drug Store.
Following is a list of teachers taking
the examinations at Jacksonville this
FOR COUNTY PAPERS.
LUY& KEEGAN, Props.
Family Trade Solicited
Sole Agents Albany Beer
City Drug Store
NORTH BOUND TRAINS.
..................................... 8:04 A.M.
Shasta Limited.......... 2:36 A.M.
Oregon Express......... 5:24 P.M.
Portland Express. ...8:39 P.M.
Shasta Limited.......... 5:47 A.M.
California Express. .10:35 A.M.
San Fran. Express.. .3:32 P.M.
Ashland Passenger. .11:22 P.M.
J. IF. ROBINSON, M. D., Proprietor
Handles a full line of School Supplies con
sisting of Books, Tablets, Pencils, Penholders
etc. Novelties, Stationery, Cigars, Toilet Ar
ticles, Perfumes, Magazines and Periodicals
SOUTH BOUND TRAINS.
This is a common form of muscular
rheumatism. No internal treatment is
needed. Apply Chamberlain’s Lini
ment freely three times a day and a
quick cure is certain. This liniment
has proven especially valuable for mus
cular and chronic rhumatism. For sale
by City Drug Store.
A New and Complete Line of
And a Full Line of Records
Have Just Been Received
and can be found either at the
Second Hand Store or the Furn
iture Store formerly conducted
by the Medford Furniture Co.,
situated on Oregon St., Jack
sonville, Ore., where may be
found a line of Furniture, new
and second hand, Whips, Har
ness, Gloves, Men’s Working
Shoes and Harness made to Order.
Requiring Neatly Done
Nell C. Palmer, Ashland; Jasper N.
Miller, Derby; Mrs. W. O. Wheeler,
Ashland; Ella A. Parks, Buncom,
Wells O. Wheeler, Ashland; Grace
Smith, Medford; Maye Howe, Ashland;
Mrs. Mary Peter Jacksonville; Parthena
T. L. DeVore
Smith. Talent; Oscar Morgan, Med
ford; George Grover, Eagle Point, Ray
A GOOD LIVE AGENT WANTED
Whitley, Central Point; Emma Wendt,
Jacksonville; Edith Fish, Phoenix; in each County to handle the new Instan
Ethel Shaffer, Phoenix; Grace Polke, taneous or Highlow hollow wire Gasoline
Medford; Minnie Larson, Ashland; Lighting System. Finest Liqht ever patented
Hazel Toney, Derby; Irene Darnel), j for stores and homes. Exclusive territory.
COAST LIGHTING CO.. Inc.
Jacksonville; Ruby Lindsay, Ashland;
2253 Second Avenue
Edna Wiley, Ashland; Josephine Mc
Clain, Medford; Olive Davis, Ashland;
Fern Stine, Medford; Eleanor Maule,
Medford; Harriet Miller, Woodville;
Tillie Payne, Woodville, Jennie Ma
honey, Butte Fal's, Mary Harrison,
Medford; Mrs. Harriet Minthorn,
Woodville; Mabie Waschau, Medford;
JOHN DUNNINGTON, Prop.',
Beatah Heubner, Applegate; Leta
Peelor, Butte Falls; Marie Reese, Ash
land; Viola Kasshafer, Jacksonville;
Mina Hall, Ashland; Edgar Smith,
All Kinds of Fresh and
Butte Falls; Esther Beery, Jackson,
Cured Meats, Choice
ville; Pearl Gillette, Jacksonville;
Audrey Harvey, Central Point; Ruth
B. Armstrong, Medford; Dori Smock,
Clay vs W. S. Clay. Affidavit filed.
Alvin Hall vs Govan Heigh. Suit to
quiet title. Complaint filed.
Item» of Interest to Jackton Coun‘y
Emmeline Oden vs Emma F. Simp
son. Suit to quiet title. Complaint
filed. Affidavit for publication of sum
H. A. Ensign vs Justice Court, Gold
Hill. Petition for review. Undertak
J. D. Dawson vs B. F. Denson and ing filed and order issued.
A. F. Barnett. Dismissed without costs.
Martin Markeson vs Cynthia Mark-
Resignation of F. M. Calkins as re eson. Suit for divorce. Compluint filee.
Andrew Cantrall, et al vs Sterling
Mining Co. Decree declaring that the
FOR STATE PAPERS.
Estate of Margaret A. Walker, de
plaintiffs are owners of certain mining
Ethel Bruner, Agnea Storey, Beulah
ditches, and regulating use of water.
ters of administration to Kitty Benson. Caldwell, all of Ashland.
Lucy Mitchell vs Adolf Schulz. Judg
Examiners: J. Percy Wells, Albert
Bond fixed at $1,000.
ment by default, in sum of $253.7G and
C. Joy, Mrs. P. H. Daily.
costs of suit.
deceased. Letters of administration
granted to Kitty Benson.
Lilian Gibbs vs Elijah Gibbs. Suit
In the matter of the guardianship of j That’s tile way you feel about the
for divorce. Complaint filed.
Annabel McKinnon, a minor. Order lungs when you have a hacking cough.
Jesse Hamilton vs A. W' Sturgcsr, allowing foreign guardian to act in this |
It's foolishness to let it go on end trust
et al. Suit to quiet title. Complaint. court.
to luck to get over it, when Ballard’s
J. D. Cochran vs Daisy Cochran.
In the matter of the estate of Wil-' Horehound Syrup will stop the cough
Suit for divorce. Complaint filed. Af liam Robinson, an incon'petent. Re and heal the lungs.
fidavit for publication of summons.
port of guardian filed and approved by
Price 25c 50c and $1.00 per bottle
I At City Drus Store.
State of Oregon, ex rel Alzire M. the court.
Change in Southern Pacific Time
Effective January 1st, 1910.
Bradburn & Billings, Proprietors |
A cough that has been hanging on
for over two months by taking Bal
lards Horsehound syrup. If you have
a cough, don’t wait—stop it at once
with this wonderful remedy. Splendid
for coughs, cold on chest, influenza,
bronchitis and pulmonary troubles,
price 25c 50e and $1.00 per bottle. At
City Drug Store.
THE CENTRAL MEAT MARKET
Rogue River Valley
Is all that one could desire—mild and invigorating—and is most
able for fruit, grapes and general farming. A crop failure
vicinity is unknown. SEEING IS BELIEVING.
We have a large list of property to select from. Stock Ranches,
ing and Fruit Land in the best locality. Mining and Timber
City Residence Property in Jacksonville and Medford, Oregon.
If You Want to Buy or Sell, See Us or Write
Ask for Our Circular
Jacksonvil/e Real Estate Company
ADOLF SCHULZ, Manager
Meat Market Barber Shop
HOT OR COLD BATHS
Medford Domeslic Laundry
¡Electric eJVon parei
A Splendid Overall
ii Succeed when everything el»e fails.
Ji In nervous prostration and female
5 weaknesses they arc the supreme
-emedy, as thousands have testified.
FOR KIDNEY,LIVER AND
i it is «he best medfeina ever sold
over a druggatU counter.
for every use.
ly full. Two
lURPIfY, OMII CO.