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About Jacksonville post. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1906-19?? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 17, 1912)
Chris Keegan was fishing on Big'
See the fishing outfit at Chapman’s.
Anthony Watkins of Watkins visited ,
Ed- Helms was a Medford visitor Jacksonville Thursday.
Edwin Taylor of Ruch passed through :
Judge Withington of Medford was in | town Sunday evening.
A. E. J. Percival journeyed to Med-'
Lee Blapk of Forest creek was in | ford Wednesday evening.
Palace of Sweets ice cream and Al-,
W. G. Kenney was a visitor to Med don’s chocolates at Chapman’s.
| juice will drip, and pressure should not
ford last Sunday.
Mrs. Elizabeth Kipple and daughter j | be used. The clear juice may be used ,
Miss Fleta Ulrich wsb in Medford of Medford were recent visitors in this j at once, or may be strained through a
i flannel bag before use.
Attorney A. C. Hough of Grants
_ juice _____
B. F. Mulkey was at the court) house
Pass was in our city Wednesday after- into a clean preserving kettle, a pint
on business Wednesday.
IS Bert Armpriest of Applegate visited noon.
of granulated sugar should be added
the county seat Thursday.
Miss Fay Sears of Medford was the for every pint of juice and stirred un GOVERNOR AND TAX COMMISSION
James Buckley of Ruch was a Jack guest of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Ulrich til dissolved. When it has been put on
TO SUBMIT PLAN.
the fire and brought to a boil, it should
sonville visitor Wednesday.
Will Normile and wife were in Jack- be drawn back and skimed. This should Oregon Equal Taxation League Joins
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Ulrich were at
Hands With Executive Against
Medford Wednesday evening.
I sonville Tuesday evening the guests of be repeated twice before pouring the
Tricky U’Ren and Fels Fund
bort Cameton took the train fot , Mrs. M. M. Taylor.
These should be put rear a sunny win
Medford Thursday afternoon.
Frank Robison left Wednesday morn dow in a room free from dust. The
George Hoffman of Thompson creek ing for Portland, where he experts to glasses should be covered with cheese-1 At the request of the State Tax
Commission, which intends in its own
was in Jacksonville this week.
make his future home.
cloth until the jelly has set.
measures to prosecute vigorously the
G. R. Chapman made a business trip
W. T. Bailey who has been visiting
war against Single Tax, the Oregon
to Medford Thursday afternoon.
his son, W. P. Bailey of this city left
Equal Taxation League withdrew its
the liquid strained from the pulp be initiative petition against Stngls Tax.
Attorney B. F. Piatt of Medford for his home at Eugene, Thursday.
fore making the jelly. The heating of , This petition was s'gned b> al'most
visited Jacksonville Wednesday.
The Rogue River Valley Ry. will run the fruit juice and sugar to the boiling ' 14,000 registered voters aril repre
John Pernol), the Applegate mer a special train at 6:30 a. m. Sunday, to point serves three purposes: to steri-1 rented
the sentiment of at lease 50.-
chant was in Jacksonville Thursday.
connect with the excursion train to I j lize the material' completely; to con-! 000 voters, whom it was impossible to
R. B. Dow attended the Medford- California points.
centrate it to the proper consistency: | reach in time. The signatures were
Roseburg ball game at Medford Sun
Sheriff W. A. Jones states that only and to invert, bv the combined action obtained by voluntary circulators, most
of them farmers. Over 12,000 of the
$20,000 taxes are delinquent in Med of temperature and free acids, a large j signatures were obtained outside Mult
Marian Bingham of Thompson creek ford and about $13,000 in Ashland. quantity of cane sugar, preventing the nomah County.
jelly from granulating.
spent gome time in Jacksonville this This is below the average.
“Precautions to be observed in jelly I Fearing a chaotic condition In the
FOR SALE—155 acres of land cheap, making are: Do not use iron or tin minds of voters. Governor West wrote
Mrs. Clyde Howey and Miss Mary
6 miles from Jacksonville, on stage j utensils; the fruits acid attack these to the Equal Taxation League in Port
Bagshaw spent a few hours in Medford
road, 1 mile from Ruch, For in j rfletals and give a bad color to the I land requesting that their measure
formation call at the Lyden House, I finished product, and effect the taste; 1 be withdrawn.
Issue Clear Says West.
G. S. Butler, an Ashland capitalist,
| the kettle should be porcelain lined or i
doing, he said, “the Issue will
was at the court house Wednesday on
Hours to irrigate lawns and gardens enameled, or of aluminum. Do not ■
are from 6 a. m. to 8 a. m. and from I cook the fruit juice and sugar too long be clearly drawn between two sys
tems of taxation—one of which Is
Frank McLaughlin of the Applegate 6 p. m. to 8 p. m. each day. Read the | or the pectin will lose its gelatinizing Single Tax, the other In opposition
Valley was a Jacksonville visitor the Ordinance No. 178, in this paper to I power. Do not add too great a pro- to Single Tax, and at the same time
i portion of sugar or the jelly' will cryst- presenting a rational plan of tax re
day. By order of City Council.
alize. Hard boiling may also cause form which will remove many of those
Quite a number of residents
Attorney Withington of Medford
causes which breed discontent, and
transacted business in Jacksonville
“Jellies should be covered as soon as give life and suport to many radical
participate in ths excursion to Califor
they have set to prevent the growth of schemes of taxation.”
nia points, Sunday. Arrangements are
O. G. Murray of Medford was the being made whereby a car will be molds and bacteria and to prevent! The letter was singed by Governor
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Ulrich , brought from Medford for the accom . evaporation. They may be covered by I Oswald West, Secretary of State Ben
, a quarter-inch coat of sterilized para- . W. Olcott, State Treasurer Thoanfs B.
modation of Jacksonville people mak
I ffin. When removed from the glass I Kay and Tax Commissioners J. B.
Jason Hartman and James Cantrail ing the trip.
the jelly should be firm but not tough. I Eaton and Charles W. Galloway.
left for Cinnabxr Springs Monday for
’’While not specifically declaring
D. W. Bagshaw, editor of the Post, : It should preserve its angles when cut,
a month’s outing.
accompanied by Mrs. Bagshaw left i i | and should have a good color and a . against Single Tax the bills of the
State Tax Commission will have the
Clarence Kasshafer left Thursday Thursday evening for a short visit at I distinctive flavor of the juice used.”
effect of nullifying the U’Ren cam
for Eugene, where he expects to re- j their old home in Pennsylvania. As j
paign, and make it impossible to se
main for some tirtie.
Mr. and Mrs. Bagshaw have been on
cure Single Tax county legislation by
Charles Hamilton and A. Throck
trickery or otherwise," said Phil
morton of Applegate were in Jack years they feel entitled to a visit home; I
Metschan, president of the Equal
they expect to visit. Niagara Falls, ,
i axatlon League.
Rochester, New York City. Philadel Health is worth saving and some
“The decided stand taken by the
Oscar -Dunford was among the Jack phia and other points of interest and
Governor and the Tax Commission
Jacksonville People Know
sonville people who attended the ball will return via New Orleans, Houston, '
against Single Tax renders it unneces
game at Medford Sunday.
Los Angles and San Francisco, They
How to save it.
sary for our league to bring our bill
Judge J. R. Neil and W. T. Grieve expect to return about Sept. 15.
before the people at the next elec
motored to the scene of the fire on the
Many Jacksonville people take their
old Gordon place Monday.
Joint Work to Be Done.
HOW TO MAKE JELLY
I lives in their hands by neglecting the
Ed. Fawcett, of the Kelly mine situ
organization will now get be
! kidneys when they know these organs
ated in the Elliott creek district, was
need hely. Sick kidneys are respons- hind the Commislon’s reforms and at
in Jacksonville this week.
Ways to Prevent Candying and j ible for a vast amount of suffering the same time we shall continue our
the Single Tax
and ill health, but there is no need to campaign against by
Mrs, I, L. Hamilton and two daugh
U’Ren and the
Faults Shown by 0. | , suffer
ters, Venlta and Enid, visited Benj.
paid beneficiaries and emissaries ot
1 Doan's Kidney Pills—a remedy that the Fels Fund."
M. Colling and family Tuesday.
A. C. Girl in Article.
’ has cursed thousands of kidney suf
In writing to the Tax Commission
Miss Grace Muller of San Francisco
and agreeing to withdraw its measure,
was the guest of Mrs. M. M. Taylor
Corvallis, Ore., Aug 12. —How to
The following statement leaves no the Equal Taxation League said:
Taylor several days this week.
avoid the “candying” and make jelly I 1 ground for doubt,
“It appears to us, in view of
Leslie W. Stansell, assistant cashier .“jell,” is told in an article written by j ; Mrs. Mary Winterhalder, near W. definite stand your Commission
of the Bank of Jacksonville, and wife 1 Miss Margaret McCall of Albany, a Jackson St., Medford Ore., says: “1 taken against Single Tax, that
are enjoying an outing on Big Apple ' graduate of the Oregon Agricultural 1 used Doan’s Kidney Pills with benefici joining forces with you the opposition
i College department of domestic scien- ' al resuls when suffering from kidney I to the Single Tax propaganda in Ore
ce, in the last number of “The Oregon trouble, and I know of other persons i gon will be concentrated and made
W. R. Tucker left Thursday for
Countryman,” published by the stud i who have taken them with success. more effective and that confusion will
Eugene, where he has purchased a
I Since I used Doan’s Kidney Pills about be avoided. In other words, as you
livery stable formerly owned by W. T. | ents.
a year ago. I have not had the least say, ’the issue will be clearly drawn
between two systems of taxation—
I in jelly making are failure of the jelly trouble from my Kidneys. This remtdyi one of which is Single Tax and the
Mrs.'C. W. Howey and children of to harden, and the candying of the deserves my hearty indorsement.”
other In opposition to Single Tax.’ ”
Hoquiam. Wash, arrived Sunday and jelly,” says Miss McCall. “Jelly is
For sale by all dealers. Price 50 I The numbers of the tax measures
are visiting at the Bagshaw home on made by combining sugar and fruit! cents, Foster-Millbran Co., Buffalo, on the ballot, which will bar Single
juice and htatii g to the boiling point New York, sole agents for the United Tax are 304, 306 and 308.
WANTED AGENT-Write Health and for a short time, The ability of the States.
Accident Insurance. Oregon Surety fruit to form jelly is owing to a sub- i Remember the name —Doan's —and
Don’t :>c .„¡prised if you nave an attack
of rlienmatism thia spring. Just rub the
and Casualty C., 322 Board of Trade, stance called pectin, present in all , take no other.
affected parts freely with Chamberlain's Lin
fruit when ripe or nearly so. Pectin I
iment and it rill soon duappear. Sold by
is sirliiiar to starch, and it is the action
About twenty small members of the of the pectin and the acid in the fruit
M. E. Sunday School, in charge of which causes it to gelatinize.
Misses Mary Raypholtz and Lillian
jelly should —
selected j Following is the report of U. 8. ’’ol-i * s/*r*****
Hanson, picniced at Ulrich’s grove carefully, being not over-ripe, so that unteer Cooperative Observer, E. Britt;
: the pectin is at its best. It should be Jacksonville, for month of June, ■
Latitude 42 deg. 18. min. north; longi-'
Harry Luy and family and Roy Ul- freshly P'cKe<1 “nd fre® “ po«'b>e
rich and family returned Friday from , from defects. Any < e t< i’• e par tude 123 deg. 5 min. west.
Notice to Water Users!
Read Ordinance No. 179 for full
rules governing the use of city water
• two weeks outing at Sulpher Springs should be remove .
’’ aci rui
on the Little Applegate. The hunting
P«*/erable for Je''y„
members of the party secured two «id fruit, however, are . deficl.nt n
i pectin, and thus difficult to make into
1 jelly. This trouble may be overcome
borne excitement was caused Tues by adding fruit juice containing a large
day afternoon when a team of colts amount of pectin. The flavor will be
belongMJr'Yo Frank Bybee became modified, but in many cases the result i
frightened and ran several blocks on is a very good jelly.
Third street, demolishing the wagon i "Some of the most desirable fruits ■
to which they were hitched and wreck for jelly making are currants, black-,
ing a pump at the Beekman Banking berries, raspberries, loganberries,
grapes, quinces, peaches, apples and
Reports from different sections of crabapples, Juicy fruits, such as cur
the Aoplegate valley indicate that the rants and berries, should not be gath
proposed power and light line will soon ered after a rain on account of the
be an assured fact, as the residents of large amount of moisture they have
that section are enthusiastically in absorbed. They should, for the same
favor ot th* project, and are signing reason, be washed as quickly as possi I
contracts for the use of light and ble.
"They may be put in the preserving
power very liberally.
kettle after washing, crushed slightly
The Ladies Aid and Queen Esther with a wooden spoon and heated slow
Cir.-le will give a joint entertainment ly, while they are stirred at frequent
at the Abbott House. Thursday even- intervals. When the fruit is hot it
i»>'. Aug. 22. A splendid program, should be crushed thoroughly with a
« uprising a playlet, “The Sniggles wooden vegetable masher. It should
. 1 >i!v,** and music by the Central then be strained through a double
I’ .nt male quartette, wilt be pr<seiit<d thickness uf ctuvaecloth placed over a
1t.-f*e«hments will be served, Every wire strainer, which is over a lar^e
I bowl. I should drain as long as the
part cl<»' dy
20 Portland Passenger......... 8:04 A.M.
24 Grants Pass Motor ’........ 10:21 A. M.
32 Grants Pass Motor...........4:JÇ,P.M.
1 16 Oregon Express................ 5:24 I’.Jft.
2-16 Oregou Express.............. 5:81 P.M
12 Shasta Limited (Mail only)2:35 A.M
SOUTH BOUND TRAINS.
23 Ashland Motor
j 15 California Express
31 Ashland Motor............... 2:24 P.M.
;13 San Francisco Express.. .3:32 P.M.
u Shasta Limited) Mail only)5:47 A.M.
D. W. BAGSHAW
Attorney at Law
Office Hours: | forenoon 9 to 12
I Afternoon 1:30 to 5
Will Practise in All Courts in the State
Bank[of Jacksonville Building.
DR. T. T.
We have on hand for sale the following
Office in Ryan Building, California St.
Bill of Sale,
W arranty Deeds,
Quit laim Deeds,
Real Estate ontract,
Location Notice Quartz,
promptlyoBfained In all count rim or no fee .
Satisfaction of Mortgage,
trade - marks . Caveats an<l CupyiiMlilsrtglB-
ifitereri. Semi Sketch. Muriel or Photo, for
Real Estate Agents ontract, S
FREE REPORT on patentability. Patentpraet-
Ite exclusively. BANK REFERENCES.
Notice Application for Liquor License
Hand u cents In stamps for invalunble book
on HOW TO OBTAIN and SELL PATENTS.
At reasonable prices. We intend adding
Which ones will pay, Dow to get a partner, |
¡patent law and oilier valuable lnforiiiation.
other blanks as fast as possible until
the line is complete. Blanks of special
form printed to order at short notice
D. SWIFT & CO.
303 Seventh St.,
Washington, D. C.
Advertise in The Post NOW
Be Not Deceived
MINI PREU T-
Effective January- 1st, 1910.
Sennir.lKHi. No Kcdanre p«Aed
oy uounlrMtheictwo qualili.itfww
lke'e>yt..yl ,A*on<lo«d. Out fully
•quipped Uootatory undo* the
direeuon ot • odco 1« end espoet
•eed le.ry rontovoo et fnoot wotk.
uteteo»- d erupt. Send far cut Jcg.
Tito Chat. ui.Lt’’y Co.. Senttlo
WEST MAKES WAR
UPON SINGLE TAX
KEEP KIDNEYS WELL
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Temperature—mean max. 75.96;mean
min. 48:86; mean 6z 41 Max. 95 on 6
min. 39 on 16.
During the summer month, mctL.rs of
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The Owners have no idea of selling to the Bell Telephone Monopoly or any
one else but intends to m lintain it for the purp j.se of giving the people of
the Rogue River Valley the best telephone service known.
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