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About Jacksonville post. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1906-19?? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 6, 1910)
C.?H. Williams of Ruch, was intown
Dr. and Mrs. Burnett spent Sunday
C. B. Watson of Ashland was in the
Frank Bybee was b Medford visitor
Chris Keegan was a vsitor at Med
Henry Provost of Ashland was in
Stub Wilson was a visitor in Med
ford Sunday evening.
Judge J. R. Neil visited relatives at
Ashland over Sunday.
Dr. C. R. Ray of Medford was at the
court house Saturday.
James A. Wilson of Medford was in ;
town Thursday afternom.
G. N. Lewis was a visitor in Med-;
ford one day this week.
M. Purdin, Esq., was transacting I
business in this city Thursday.
Sheriff Jones and family visited Cen
tral Point, Tuesday evening.
Mrs. A. B. Saltmarsh of Buncom
wa3 a recent visitor in this city.
Mr. Grieve of Central Point visited
his son W. T. Grieve, this week.
Mrs. Frank Lewis of Eagle Point
visited friends in this city recently.
James Buckley of the Applegate val
ley was a visitor in town this week.
Miss M. Walters of Applegate is vis
iting Miss Emma Wendt in this city.
J. J. Fryer of Eagle Point, trans
acted business in this city Wednesday.
Henry Wendt Sr. was transacting
business in Medford Monday forenoon.
Six car loads of Rogue River pears
were shipped to eastern points this
M. M. Taylor has returned from a
ten days visit to friends in San Fran
Zack Cameron, a prominent farmer
of the Applegate valley, was in town
Fire in the woods near Hutton. Cal.
has destroyed much valuable timber
Mrs. Gertrude Norton, a compositor
in this office has been on the sick list
Miss Reuter of The Dalles, Oregon,
is visiting at the home of her mother
in this city.
We are glad to note that Mr. C. C.
Beekman is able to be down town I
again this week.
G. L. Davis, president of the Fruit
growers Bank was transacting business
in town this week.
Mrs. Overbeck of San Francisco, ar
rived Sunday and is visiting her mother
Mrs H. K. Hanna.
J. H. Seymour, representing the
Pacific Paper Co. of Portland was a
recent visitor in town.
John Duggan has resigned as janitor
at the court house. Mr. Clements has
been appointed to the position.
Miss Banks, who had been on a visit
east for several months, visited her
sister Mrs. C. L. Grant, Monday.
Martin J. Reddy of Medford has
something to say in our advertising
columns. Read it and profit thereby.
Owing to the hot weather the Moving
Picture exhibition has been discontin
ued for the present. S. P. DeRoboam.
Forest fi.es have been ragiug in the
vicinity of Woodville, this week. It
is stated that considerable cord-wood
has been destroyed.
Hon. Theodore Cameron and son Don
left Tuesday for the Simmons-Cameron
mines near Waldo, where they expect
to remain several weeks.
Letters received from Postmaster
Miller who is spending a vacation in
California, state that he is feeling fine
and is enjoying himself.
Pat Donegan, the well known black
smith, left Monday afternoon for an
outing at Cinnabar Sp ings. He went
via Hornbrook and will remain several
The county court was in session this
The usual routine business,
auditing bills, examining officers’ re
ports, passing on road petitions, etc.
Mr. and S. E. 'Dunnington and «ion
Clint, accompanied bv Mr. and Mrs. W.
C. Deneff, are camping on the Little
Applegate, fishing and enjoying the
cool mountain breezes.
The Medford Mail-Tribune states
that Hon. B. F. Mulkey of this city has
announced his candidacy for congress
from the first congressional district
The announcement would have been in
better taste if it had first beeri made
in a Republican newspaper published
in Mr. Mulkey’s home town.
Granulated Sore Eyei Cured.
"For twenty years I suffered from a
bad case of granulated sore eyes, says
Martha Boyd of Henrietta, Ky. “In
February. 1903, a gentleman asked me
to try Chamberlain's Salve. I bought
one box and used about two-thirds of
it and my eyes have not given me any
trouble since.’* This salve is for sale
by all dealers
I GOT EVEN
By T. ANTHONY TWINING
Copyright, 1910, by American Pres»
Mason’s Fruit Jars With
Caps and Rubbers
My uncle, George Chutswortb, was a. Half gallons
I $1.25 Doz
very eccentric man. As he grew older
bls eccentricity exhibited itself in vio Quarts
lent prejudices. He disliked every Pints
thing that was In bis time and advo
cated anything that was uot. He was Jelly glasses
very rich and had uo children. 1 was
his ouly living relative and Ills heir
expectant, My position was rather Economy jar caps
trying, 1 must agree with him In alii
Ladies’ Colored Silk Gloves, Tans, Greys, and Browns, at
his odd ideas or run the risk of of- Best quality jar rubbers
fending him and thereby losing a for-
35c., 55c. and 75c., Regular 75c. and $1.00 Goods
i three dozen for 25 cents
Ladies’ Combination Underwear, $1.25 to $2.50, reduced
The most deep seated prejudice of
my uncle was against the medical pro
from $2.00 to $4.00
fession. When 111 be would not bav9
Corset Covers, 35c., to 75c. formerly 50c. to $1.25
a doctor near him. In this 1 felt It my
duty to interfere, and on one occasion,
White Embroidered Skirts, $1.25 to $2.50 all reduced
Get your ice cream at The Boss.
taking the matter into my own bands,
25 per cent
Call at the Boss, for some of that
I sent for a physician. My uncle or
dered him out of the house and was
Ladies’ Silk Waistings, Silk Poplin, White Swiss, Colored
so wrotb with me that I feared he I The Boss has a fine line of fresh can-
Lawns, Corded and Brocaded Piques
would cbauge bis will, cutting me off i dies, fruit and nuts.
all reduced 25 per cent
Insure your buildings, automobile,
He changed bis will, but did not cut , etc. in the St. Paul Fire & Marine In
me off. He put in a codicil that if
All Our Children’s Wash Suits at 50c. Regular 75c.,
when he again at any time fell ill I surance Co. D. W. Bagshaw, Agent.
$1.00 and $1.25 Goods
should call in a doctor Lis property ! MINERS NOTICE-Notice of Location
should all go to an old friend of bis both Quartz and Flacer, for sale at this
All New and Up-to-Date Goods.
Lots of Other Bargains too
who had ns many violent prejudices as ; office,
he bad himself. This old fellow, Peter
Early and Often.
In buying a cough medicine, don’t be
Newman, always took the opposite
side of every question from that taken
by my uncle and had no fear in forc I Remedy. There is no danger from it,
ing bls opinions. The strauge case of , and relief is sure to follow. Especially
these two curmudgeons being warm recommended for coughs, colds and
friends was like two opposing winds ; whooping cough. Sold by all dealers. 1
meeting and clinging to each other in
[ For sale Millinery stock and fixtures ,
a cyclone, 1 was told of this pro-
vision of my uncle’s will, but Mr. New > in Jacksonville, Ore., No competitor. '
man was not. Since my uncle abused ! Reasons for selling: Must retire.
Call or address: Milliner, Jackson
the doctors his friend defended them.
I think my uncle did not dare tell ville, Oregon.
Newman that he had disinherited me
When the d'gestion is all right, the
in case I did what he would, approve.
of the bowels regular, thera is
Weil, my uncle was taken down with
a malady which was sure to kill him a natural craving and relish for rood.
If he did not have medical attendance, When this is lacking you may know
and he would probably die anyway. I that you need a dose of Chambulain’s
confess I was not anxious that he Stomach and Liver Tablets.
A. E. REAMES
should live, but his Injunction that 1 strengthen the digestive organs, im-1
should not call In a doctor placed me prove the appetite and regulate the!
in a very delicate position. No one bowels. Sold by all dealers.
I Practise in all State and Federal Courts
but I knew of the conditions of his
The new Oliver Typewriter, latest j Kahler Block
will, and if it became known 1 would
be berated by friends, neighbors and improved can be seen at this office, i ■
relatives for permitting the old man We have secured the agency for Jack-!
The Only Beach in the Pacific Northwest
to die rather than oppose him by call sonville and surrounding country and J
ing in medical attendance. But it was would be pleased to receive your order. I
Where the pretty Water Agates, Moss Agates. Moonstones,
I who was to be rich or remain In pov
Jacksonville Post ; WiB Practise in All Courts in the State
Carnelians, and Rock Oysters can be found.
erty and not they. I omitted to call
Be sure and take a bottle of Cnam-1
a doctor, nor did 1 give the real rea
OUTDOOR SPORTS OF ALL KINDS
son for not doing so—that I would lose berlain’s Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea I
Remedy with you when starting on
Including Hunting, Fishing, digging Rock Oysters, Boating,
an inheritance if 1 did.
II. K. HANNA
Surf Bathing, Riding, Autoing, Canoeing and Dancing. Pure
As soon as it was known that my your trip this summer. It cannot be (
uncle was dangerously ill people be obtained on board the trains jr steam-j
mountain water and the best of food at low prices. Fresh
gan to wonder that 1 did not call in . ers. Changes of water a ad clinr.ate j
Crabs, Clams, Oysters, Fish and Vegetables of all kinds daily
a doctor. Then they began to ask mo I of ten cause sudden attacks-jf diarrhoea, (Office in Bank of Jacksonville Building
IDEAL CAMPING GROUNDS, with strict sanitary regula
the reason, When I told them my un- j and it is best to be prepared. Sold by 1
tions, at nominal cost.
cle would not iiave a doctor they all ; all dealers.
agreed that it was my duty to force
Three Day-Saturday to Monday Rate
one upon him. From that they passed, I FOR SALE—A tract of timberland,
S. P. points. Portland to Cottage
to insinuating that I wished him to i containing 160 ac res. situated in
Grove inclusive, including branch lines
also from all C. & E. stations Albany and
from all points in Oregon, Wash
die that I might get his money. Final
Douglas Co., Ore.. Timber estimated
west. Good going on Saturday or Sunday,
ly threats were made tbut if I didn’t I at 4,000,000 feet* Sir and cedar.
and for return Sunday or Monday.
ington at>d Idaho on sale daily
“do my duty” word would be sent to
Apply tu Jacksonville Post. Office in Ryan Building, California St.
the police that 1 was slowly murder
is a dangerous disease but
ing my uncle in order to possess my
self of bls millions. The strain be i can be cured 'Chamberlain’s Colic, JACKSONVILLE
came so great that 1 think it possible Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy has
I might have yielded If bis fortune been successfi illy used in nine epi
would have gone to any one else than demics of dysentery. It has never 1
D. W. BAGSHAW
old Newman, whom 1 hated.
been known to fail. It is equally val ¡ NOTARY PUBLIC AND CONVEYANCER
Finally Newman himself, having
uable for crdldren and adults, and when
from Albany, Corvallis and Philomath, with corresponding low rates
heard of his friend’s illness, came
from points west, in effect all summer. Call on any S. P. or C. & E.
around to see him. Uncle was too ill reduced with water and sweetened, it
Office with Jacksonville Post
Agent for full particulars as to rates, train schedules, etc.; also for
for his friend to attempt to force a is pi sasar.t to take. Sold by all dealers.
copy of our beautifully illustrated booklet, “Outings in Oregon,” or
doctor upon him, but Newman had uo
IN WINTER its a cold. IN SUM
sooner left the sickroom than be loos MER its bowel complaint. Be good to JACKSONVILLE,
ened bls tongue upon me. bringing your poor old stomach these hot days.
forth imprecations upon me for per Don’t ask it to assimilate raw, rank,
General Passenger Agent,
What is Best for Indigestion?
mitting my uncle to die for the sake
nond< script whiskies. Give it good,
Mr. A. Robinson of Drumquin,
of coming into my Inheritance.
"Can’t you wait a few years, you pure, gentle old. I. W. HARPER Ontario, has been troubled for years
young villain, for a fortune that will For Sale by E. H. Helms.
with indigestion, and recommends
surely be yours? One would suppose
Chamberlain’s Stomach and Liver
that if only for the sake of appear
Tablets as “the best medicine I ever
ances you would give him the medical Dr. Bell’s Anti-Pain cures colic, flux,
used.’’ If troubled with indigestion
attendance be needs. He will prob diarrhoea, cramps and ail bowel com
constipation give them a trial.
ably die of this Illness anyway, aud plaints.
They are certain to prove bénéficiai.
you'll get the money. Then why not
Externally—Cures sore breasts, corns, They are easy to take and pleasant in
do your duty?”
“I will not take the responsibility,” bunions, toothache, neuralgia, and all effect. Price. 25 cents. Samples free
I said, "of disobeying my uncle's pains. Sold everywhere. It is anti- at all dealers.
“Then I will take steps to make you
Struck a Rich Mine.
disobey his wishes, since It is evident
Family Trade Solicited
of Coal City, Ala., says
ly your desire to let him die for a pur
pose. I shall at once make this mat
Following is the report, of U. S. Vol- he struck a perfect mine of health in
ter known to the authorities. 1 shall unteer Cooperative Observer, E. Britt; Dr. King’s New Life Pills for they
bring a charge against you of wlll- for Jacksonville, fox- month of July. cured him of Liver and Kidney Trouble
Latitude 42 deg. 18. min. north; longi- after 12 years of sufferlhg. They are
He was moving away when I stopped tude 123 deg. 5 mi n.
the best pills on earth for Constipation,
him. "Hold!” I said. “You are my
Malaria, Headache, Dyspepsia, De —
DATE MAJCI- MINI - PREC’P- CH RC'T
uncle's best friend, aren’t you?’
OF DAY bility. 25c. at City Drug Store.
“Well, will you take the responsibil
ity of calling in a doctor?’
“Then sit down and write out an
Every woman may not ba hand
order for any doctor you wish to call
some, but «vary woman should
and 1 will take it myself.”
keep with care the good points
"I'm not afraid of the old man.” he 10 ......
nature has given her. No woman
said, bls face red and blue with In
llgnation. and. sitting down at my IX ..........
need have sallow skin, dull eye,
desk, he wrote the order. 1 carried
Slotchy complexion, who pays
It myself and after showing it to the
proper attention to her health.
doctor put It In my pocket
Vhere constipation, liver derange-
My uncle died, and a few days after
r.cnts, blood impurities and other
the will was opened I met Mr. New 21
partcloudy "regularities exist, good complex
man on tbe street. lie knew of the 22
in, bright eyes and sprightly
codicil and bow he had unwillingly 24 .......
movements cannot exist. Internal
prevented the possibility of his inherit I 25 .........
cfanjementi reveal themselves sooner
ing his friend's money He gave me 27 .......
r later on the surface. Headache, dark
a grim look and passed me without
: tv i around the eyes, sallow skin, a con*
any other recognition
*t t tired feeling-—mean that the liver
Mv uncle had not stopped to think 31
•nd digestive organs are needing help and
orrection. Chamberlain's Stomach and
that In forcing me to keep the doctors
Temperature—mean max. 88.77; mean J ver Tablets give this necessary help.
away from him he was conferring a
A cla»»y looking litter head wins atten
min. 56; mean 72.38; Max. l(/2onl9th. They werk in nature's owr y. They do not
benefit upon me. He was a very es
tion and put» th» recipient Into a plaaaant
merely flush the bowels but tone up the liver and
stomach to fulfill their proper functions. So mild
trams of mind tor ths letter underneath.
timable man. but I was not sorry to
Precipitation—Total/or moi th, .22 that they have taken medicine. Oismbsrlafads
part with him. and was much pleased
We Print That Kind of Stationary.
inches. Greatest in21 ici -a, .22inches, Tablets can be relied upon to relieve bUioaasaeaa.
to get even with bls counterpart.
Wi Ara Ready to Print Youra.
conetipatiosi and dissiasss. Md ev
nished on Application
erywhere. Price 25 coats,
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