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About Jacksonville post. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1906-19?? | View Entire Issue (June 22, 1912)
his time to the betterment of the
Don’t bi irprised if yoti have an «Hi.-u
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT ■ I
STORY OF A CHURCH.
homes and children of the country. A
of rhciimaii.- in this a, 'ng. Ju<t rub tin
affected parts freely with Chamberlain’s I.'--
cordial invitation to attend these ser
intent and it will soon disappear. Bold y
Curious History of an Unfinished Edi
W. R. Coleman was at Medford Sun vices is extended to all.
fie* In England.
The American Bonding Co. of Balt- I
There Is a curious history regarding
F. H. Hull of Medford was in town more will go on your bond and write
an unfinished church which stands at
I lliissnll, near &indbach, Englund.
■erminelion. No -< Js are par ked
Change in Southern Pacific Tin
Geo. L. Davis of Medford was in
former resident Ht the local hall, a Mr.
ojr u« unless these two qualities sb cw
D. W. B agshaw . Agent.
OFFICE OF CITY RECORDER
She very l if] < «lOrdard. Out fully
Lowndes, painfully conscious of the
•quipped laborsiny under the
lai k of provision for the spiritual wants
direCLon of u «ci r>*;® and Cl pert
T. W. Osgood of Medford was in
seed teller remove« »-!• «uess work.
of the people tn the nelxhlMtrhood. de
JUNE 15, 1912.
E ’active January I t, 1910.
When buying Lilly'6«ee;U,you buy
termined to build a church al his own
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT
increased crops. St nd for catalog.
NORTH POUND TRAINS.
W. C. Fruit of Hutton. Cal. was in
The Chas. H. Lilly Co.. Scald«
expense. After carefully choosing a
undersigned City Recorder of the City site he gave Instructions for the erec
town this week,
Portland Passenger.. ....8:04 A.M.
of Jacksonville, Jackson County, Ore tion of a structure In the modern style
J. C. Barnum was a visitor at Wafer District Number
Grants Pass Motor . ... 10:21 AM.
Med gon, in pursuance of Section 117 of capable of seating 400 or 500 persons.
Grunts Pass Motor........... 1:18 P.M.
Chapter XIV of the City Charter of
Work on it was begun in the sum
For soreness of the mnxclen, whether in 1 16 Oregon Express .............. 5:21 I* M.
ford Road or Fifth Street.
Gus Newbury of Medford was in
said city have ascertained and made nter of 1830 and was pushed on stead
by violent exercise or injury, there is ■
what I deem a just apportionment of Uy until the day on which Queen Vic duoed
nothing better than Chamberlain's Liniment 2-16 Oregou Express
the cost of the improvement ordered
Sam Rogers of Eileen, was a recent
This liniment also relieves rheumatic pains 12 Shasta Limit ;d ('I lil only)2:35 A. M
The Fcr sale by nil dealers.
OFFICE OF CITY RECORDER
by Ordinance No. 165 upon the lots,
visitor in this city.
SOUTH BOUND TRAINS.
crypts, about ten In number, had been
parts of lots, and parcels of land I put In, the walls and roofs were com-
S. C. Whittington was a visitor at
Motor.................. 8:45 A X’
specially and peculiarly benefited plete. and the scantlings for the floor
JUNE 15, 1912
therebv and within Assessment Dis were fixed Indeed, partly in conse
Express ........10:35 A M
1>. W. BAGSHAW
N otice I s H ereby G iven that I, the trict No. 5 as defined in Resolution
B. E. Haney of Medford was in this
quence of the national rejoicings and
31 Ashland Motor..................2:21 PM
city Monday afternoon.
of No. 36 proposing said improvement partly to celebrate the progress which
Attorney at Law
13 San Francisco Express,. .3:32 P. M
Essie Wilson made business trip to th? City of Jacksonville, Jackson and that the share and portion of said bad been made, the building was
County, Oregon; in pursuance of Sec cost apportioned by me upon and smothered In (lags and decorations and NOTARY PUBLIC AND ¡CONVEYANCER 11 Shasta Limited(Mail only)5:47 A M
Medford Thursday afternoon.
tion 117 of Chapter XIV of the City
against the hereinafter described lots, was the center of local festivities.
Mrs. Mary A. Bauten of Medford
Charter of said city have ascertained parts of lot or parcel of land is the
Next day Mr. Lowndes was seized
was a visitor in this city Monday.
and made what I deem a just appor amount set after the description of tl e with an Illness which quickly proved
Misses Nellie Collins and Eva Couch tionment of the ccst of the improve
fatal, and with his passing all work
property and which apportionment and on the church <*ensed. Though the
made a trip to Eagle Point to-day.
ment ordered by Ordinance No. 164 sum is a proposed assessment against
Bank Jof Jacksonville Building.
building could have been finixlted at
J. P. Gagnon of Medford was trans upon the lots, parts of lots, and par said property for the aforesaid im comparatively
small cost, it was aban
acting business in this city Friday.
cels of land specially and peculiarly provement, viz:
doned, and It has not been used since, JACKSONVILLE,
G. F. Billings of Ashland transacted
Assessment No. 1. Andrew Can except by tourists, whose names "hal
ment District No. 4 as defined in Reso
business at the court house Tuesday.
trail owner or reputed owner. South low and adorn It" ns Mark Twain said
lution No. 35 proposing said improve 100 feet of tract fronting 150 feet on of those on the ruins of Caln’s altar,
Misses Louise Ensele and Mary Bag
ment and that the share and portion of north side of California Street, des by the thousand.—Wide World Maga
Will Practise in All Courts in the State
shaw were at Medford Saturday after
said cost apportioned by me upon and cribed in Volume 62, page 530, Deed zine.
against the hereinafter described lots,
Why ask your friends to go on your parts of lot or parcel of lard is the Records of Jackson County, Oregon.
We have on hand for sale the following
bond? I can furnish you a surety amount set after the description of
Assessment No. 2. S. C. Chapman
Fastened Tight st the Instep
the property and which apportionment owner or reputed owner. South 100 Those Not Cause
DR. T. T. SÍ1AVV
D. W. B agshaw .
and sum is a proposed assessment feet of tract fronting 89 feet on north
Seven persons out of teu suffer ex
Hart Hamilton, of Fresno, Cal. and against said property for the afursaid side of California street, described in cruciating piiln ut one time or another
Bill of Sale,
a former resident of this valley was improvement, viz:
Volume 82, page 67 of t he Deed Re with their feet A single corn uo
in town Monday.
Assessment Na. 1.
Peter Fick, cords of Jackson County, Oregon. larger than a grain of sand can take
W arranty Deeds,
all the ’'snap” aud vitality right out
Peter Applegate of Salem, a former owner, or reputed owner. Tract des Amount $37.27.
Office in 1/yan Building, California St.
Quit laim Deeds,
resident of this city, was visiting
Assessment No. 3. Clarence Reeve
point on the north boundary line of owner or reputed owner. South 100
friends here this week.
are due to the fact that almost every
The . old shed alongside Basye’s Fifth street (or Valley Road) at the feet of tract fronting 52l-< feet on one-man, woinnu and child—wears Ills
Real Estate ontract.
north side of California street, des shoe too loose. The shoe itself may be
blacksmith shop at the corner of
line of Fifth street with a line running cribed in Volume 90, page 61: Deed correct as to size and shape, but It to
Fourth and California Streets has been
Location Notice Quartz,
Records of Jackson County, Oregon. not fastened tight nt the only point of
Satisfaction of Mortgage,
in the town (now city) of Jacksonville,
control—uamei.v. the Instep.
I Real Estate Agents ontract, S
The regular teachers’ examinations Oregon,; running thence northeasterly Amount $21.78.
When you set your toot upon the
Assessment No. 4. H. M. Reeve,
IJ. K. HANNA
were held at the school house this along the north boundary line of said
floor or ¡lavement iu the act ot walk
Notice Application for Liquor License
week, about 40 teachers being in at- Fifth street, 460 feet; thence north owner or reputed owner. South 160. Ing the shoe adheres, and If It be
At reasonable prices. Weintend adding
feet of tract fronting 155 feet on north ;
westerly and at right angles to said side of California street, described in ; loosely fastened over the instep the other blanks as fast a3 possible until
The council meeting called for last north boundary line ot fifth street,
Volume 82, at page 66, of the Deed shoe. At certain spots on the toot
night die not materialize owing to the 100 feet; thence southwesterly and Records of J acksun County, Oregon. this slipping causes triction These form printed to order at short notice Office in Bank of Jacksonville Building
non-attendance of eouncilmen Fick, parallel with north boundary line of Amount $64.89.
spots are the soles ot the feet, the
said Fifth street, 460 feet; thence
McIntire ..and UJrich.
Assessment No. 5. Mrs. Mary Peter tops, ends anti Inner sides ot the toes, JACKSONVILLE POSI JACKSONVILLE,
Rev. P. Bandy, the new Presbyter
owner or reputed owner,
even the bnck ot the heel.
ian minister, has moved into the ginning. Being part of a larger tract feet of tract fronting 212 feet on the s casionally
recorded at page north side of California street, des- ! When the Irictiou thus caused is con
Kubli house on California street next
446, of Volume 41, Deed Records of cribed in Volume 11, at page 532, of tinued hour after hour and day alter
door to Day’ abstract office.
Jackson County, Oregon. Amount the Deed Records of Jackson Countv, day one or more ot these spots are al
most sure to become inflamed uud sore.
The rains this week have held up »193.94.
Oregon. Amount $38.76.
A slight thickening, called a •■callous.’'
hay making considerably in the valley,
Assessment No. 2.
Assessment No. 6.
Mrs. Robert is formed As the trictiou and pressure
but have been of inestimable value to owner or reputed owner. Lot 7, Block
Enins owner or reputedowner. Norik go on the resulting callous limy thick
the growing fruit and vegetables.
77. Amount $21.08.
100 l'eet of two certain tracts which en up unevenly; then it is called u
•Chautauqua Ashland. Oregon, July
Assessment No. 3. Peter N. Fick, together front 285 feet on the south “corn."—Woman's Hume Companion.
2-12. Great program of Lectures, owner or reputed owner. Tract front- '
Saving His Money.
; side of California street, description
Music, Readings and Fun. Attend and ing 80 feet on south side of Fifth I, one u£ wWch Uact8
Owens Say. lend me a fiver, old
> can be found in
lenghten your life. Send for Booklet. street (or Valley Road) and described | Vill|lmp 44 t)HD,p
Bowens It you’d save your
' Volume 44, page 339, Deed
Records of man
The many friends of C. C. Beekman, in Volume 41, page 446, Deed Records ; l Jackson County, Oregon, and des-' owu money you wouldn’t have to bor
the venerable banker, will be pained of Jacksun County, Oregon. Amount eriplion of the other tract can be row from your friends. Oweus-ltiit.
it’s because I want to save my own
to learn that he has again had an $33.73.
I found in Volume 52, page 5z0 of said
Assessment No. 4. Luke R./an, Deed Records of Jackson County Ore money that I borrow from my friends.
accidental fall ar.d as a result thereof
owner or reputed. Tract fronting 60 gon. Amount $83.73.
is carrying his arm in a sling.
Assessment No. 7. C. C. Beekman
No. 1, of Vol. 1, of the Mascot,
issued by the Medford Lodge, B. P. Valley Road) and described at page owner or reputed owner. North 1UO
Fasbloa thyself to the circumstances
O. Elks, has been received. It is de 277, of Volume 62, Deed Records of feet of tract fronting 50.82 feet on of thy lot. the men whom tale hath
Amount south side of California street, des- ' made ttiv comrades nere. love, and
We are revising our lists ready for the
scribed as a “periodical issued at ir J ackson County, Oregon.
spring trade. If you have real estate to dis
cribed in Volme 5, Deed Records of , love them In sincerity and truth. —Mar
regular intervals” and presents a neat $25.30.
Assessment No. 5. H. Wendt, own Jackson County, Oregon, at page 228, i cus AutrJlua.
pose of at a fair price, place it in our hands
er or reputed owner. Tract described thereof. Amount -¡>21 36.
for sale, we have a number of prospective
FOR SALE—155 acres of land cheap, as follows: Beginning at a point on
buyers who expect value for their money.
Assessment No. 8. Lucir.da Kearnes
6 miles from Jacksonville, on stage south line of lit th street (or Vailey
road, 1 mile from Ruch. For in Road) 60 feet northeasterly from the
We can sell your properly at a price
formation call at the Lyden House, north corner of Block 77, and running feet of tract fronting 18 I feet on south
equal to its full value but do not want any
sice ot c aliforma street, described iu i
listed at fictitious or “Boom” price.
thence nurlheastei ly along south line
Volume 4, al page 507, Deed Records
The school meeting Monday evening
uf Jackson County, Oregon. Amount
was pretty well attended and every- 160 feet; thence southeasterly and at $78.19.
thing passed through quietly and in
Assessment No. 9. Lucinda Kearnes
order. Clerk Ulrich read his annual i fifth strict or Valley Road. 100 feel; owner or reputed owner. Tract des
report which was approved. W. T.
cribed us follows: Beginning at tin.
R. R. R.
Grieve was chosen director and Lev. is I south line of said Filth street or Valley Northeast corner of the tract descuLid
Ulrich, clerk for the ensuing term.
OFFICE: Bank of Jac' -
■ m Volume 4. page 405, Deed Records
K lp ILUT niEsnHDARD
' loo feet to ttie point ot beginning,
riLCS, CHILBLAINS rCLONS. BUNNS. ETC.
sonville Bldg. Upstairs
I of Jackson County, Oregon, and
Wi*liam Patterson an aged and i Amount $67.46.
A VALUABLE HOUSCHOLO SALVC
ACCCPT NO SUBSTITUTES.
highly respoeted citizen of Ashland
Assessment No. 6. H. Wendt own-
fr/ce 23 Ce/ifs.
died in that city Monday. He was a j ner or reputed owner. Lot 8. block 77. 'south line of California street 110 feet:
lanoleys M ichaels co
native of Lafayette, Ohio, ano had I Amount $21.08,
resided in this valley since 1862. He
Assessment No. 7. Owner unknown. said south line uf California street, 100
leaves a widow and six children, two Tract described as follows: Beginning feet; thence Easterly parallel with said
sisters and six brothers.
Funeral at a point, on south boundary line ot souih line of California street, 110 feet;
services were held at the family resi Fifth street or Valley Road north i thence Northerly 100 feet to place ol
dence Thursday forenoon.
easterly 330 feet from the north corner i beginning, being part of that larger
! tract described in Volume 4, page 405,
Benj M. Collins and John Dunning- of block 77, and running thence north
' of the Deed Records of Jackson
ton, accompanied by their better easterly along south line of said Fifth
| County, Oregon. Amount $46.06.
halves, started early Sunday morning street, 30 feet; thence southeasterly
Further notice is hereby given that
on a fishing excursion to the Apple and at right angles to south line of
the 6th day of July 1912, at the
gate, but meeting with mishaps in the said Fifth street, 100 feet; thence
shape of punctured tires, were forced southwesterly parallel with south line 1 hour of 8 o’clock P. M. of said day and
to return without having captured any of said Fifth street, 30 feet; thence at such other times as council may
of the finny tribe—a fact which the northwesterly 100 feet to point of be adjourn said meeting, at the Council
Chambers in the City Hall at Jackson
fish will no doubt appreciate.
ginning. Amount $12.64.
ville, Jackson County, State of Ore
The new hose cart and 500 feet of
gon, the City Council of said City will -
fire hose ordered by the council have on the 6lh day of July 1912, at the meet and consider said proposed assess
arrived and been placed in the engine hour of 8 o’clock P. M. of said day and ment and apportionment and will at
room. The company is now pretty at such other times as council -may I that time hear any and all objections
The Owners have no idea of selling to the Bell Telephone Monopoly or any
well equipped for lighting fire. It is adjourn said meeting, at the Council | that may be made to said apportion-
announced that the
Underwriters Chambers in the City Hall at Jackson , ment and proposed assessment and
one else but intends to maintain it for the purpose of giving the people of
Hating Bureau will now prepare a new ville, Jackson County, State of Ore will then proceed to ascertain and
insurance rate book for this city,
i finally determine the amount of special
the Rogue River Valley the best telephone, service known.
making material reduccions from the meet and consider said proposed assess and peculiar benefits accruing to each
that time hear any and all objections lot or part thereof or parcel of land
Services will be held at the M. E. that may be made to said proposed and to assess such amount upon and
chut ch Sundag. morning at 11 o’clock, ■ apportionment and proposed assess-| I against said property at said time arid
conducted by Rev. M. W. Pratt. Sub . ment and will then proceed to sscor-' i place afursaid.
H enry G. D ox ,
ject; “Home and the Children.” Mr. - tain and finally determine the amount l
Pratt will also deliver a lecture at the of special and peculiar benefits accru-I
church Sunday evening at 8 P. M., his 5 ing to each lot or part thereof or par- i
During the rnmmer nx-nth, mot;..rs of
topic, “From the Home to the Gutter i cel of land and to assess such amount t ycir.g chlwlK n bould watch for any . onat-
and from the Gutter to the Pulpit,” upon and against said property at said ural lixaeno. of the bowels. When qi<en
prompt attention at this time serioui t* >eble
i <ing a relation of his personal ex time and place aforesaid.
may be avoided. Chamberlain’« Colic, Chol
periences. Mr. Pratt has resided on
H enry G. D ox ,
era and Diarrhoea Remedy can always be
tins coast for sixty years and devotee
depended upon. For sale by all dealers.
Advertise in The Post NOW
By listing it with us
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oboists havk it
Rogue River Realty Co
Be Not Deceived
The Home Telephone Company of Southern Oregon is
Are you supporting yo;ur HOME COMPANY?
/ The Home T''|Cp}wne & Telegraph Co i
of Southern Oregon.