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About Jacksonville post. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1906-19?? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 28, 1912)
Albert Learned was in town Tues
Chas. Berwert spent Sunday even REMEMBER: THE SINGLE TAX SERPENT MUST BE FED
Don’t he surprised if you have an attack
of rheumatism this spring. Just rub the
ing in Medford.
affected parts freely with Chamberlain's Lin-
Hollis Parks of Buncom was in town
Miss Lilly Mullen was in Redford
•—■SPECIAL while- - it -lust». Tuesday.
iuieul and it will aoun disappear. Sold, by
Guaranteed High Grade Flour Don Cameron was in Medford Sun
at $1,25 per sack.
at Medford Sunday.
BUSINESS CARÏ b TT?
" Taylor-Williams Co.
Ed. Fawcett of Elliott creek was in
L. I. Brown and wife spent Sunday
•-•R. B. Dow was in Medford Thurs- town Tuesday.
afternoon in Medford.
A. L. Bennett of Medford was in
Sam DeRoboam made a trip td Med
Frank Loder of Medford was in town this city Tuesday.
ford Monday afternoon.
Judge J. R. Neil was a passenger to
Ernest Langley was at Medford Fri
in All Courts iji the Stqte
Mrs. Cora Amann of Medford was in Medford Wednesday.
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.’tV •' if
day morning on business.
G. E. Pottenger of Medford was in
Mrs. Minnie Kelly was a Medford
J. F. Ditsworth of Peyton was in Jacksonville Thursday.
visitor Saturday evening.
Sheriff and Mrs. W. A. Jones autocd
Lou Baker and “Toots” Thompson
D. W. BAGSHAW
John Cantrall of Applegate was in to Medford Wednesday.
were in Medford Sunday.
Attorney at Law
William Swartzfager and son, John
Arthur Thompson was a visitor to
r il.. .«
John Barnum left Sunday evening on were in town this week.
Medford Saturday evening.
NOTARY PUBLIC AND (CONVEYANCER
a trip to Salem.
Dr. Cameron of Applegate was seen
M. A. Finney and Harry Helms were
_ I Hours.
9 to 12’ l.30ita5
Miss Louise Ensele was in Medford on our streets Thursday.
Jacksonville visitor Sunday.
Mrs. J. P. Dews of Applegate visit
Dr. O. N. Nelson traveled to Grants
John X. Miller of Trail spent Thurs ed in Jacksonville this weea.
Bankjof Jacksonville Building.(
Pass via Applegate, Tuesday.
day in Jacksonville.
Fritz Ruch, of Thompson creek was
W. E. Anderson and wife of Phoenix
Mrs. T. W. Miles of Medford was in a visitor to this city Tuesday.
were in Jacksonville Thursday.
Mrs. Ellis is visiting at the home of
Recorder Henry G. Dox was a Sun
E. S. Stinson of Medford was at the her daughter, Mrs. L. I. Brown.
day afternoon visitor to Medford.
court house Wednesday.
John Matney of Applegate transact
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Reinus Combest and Felix Cimborski
We-.ha.ve on hand for sale the following
John Orth of Medford autoed to ed business in our city Thursday.
drove in from Applegate Friday morn
J acksonville Wednesday.
Miss Amanda Helms and Jack Sharp ing.
A. Gilson and wife of Sterling were were in Medford Sunday evening.
R. P. Cowgill of Medford transacted
in Jacksonville Wednesday.
Mrs. Chas. Parker of Central Point business at the court house Wednes
Bill of Sale,
E. Forman of Buncom was a Jack was visiting Jacksonville friends Sun day.
sonville visitor Wednesday.
Mesdames Palmer and J. A. Perry of
W arranty Deeds,
Miss Fleta Ulrich and Ries Chapman Medford were visitors in our city this
Tobe Stone of Forest creek drove in
Quit laim Deeds,
to Jacksonville Wednesday.
(. hattel Mortgage,
Sheriff W. A. Jones was in Grants
Miss Annie Reddy of Medford was a evening.
W. G. Caudill was among the Jack Pass on official business Thursday
Jacksonville visitor Thursday.
Real Estate ontract.
Frank Cameron and wife of Apple sonville people in Medford Sunday af evening.
Attorney W. P. Mealey of Medford
gate was in town Wednesday.
Location Notice Quartz,
John Renault attended the Soldiers transacted business at Jacksonville i
Satisfaction of Mortgage,
Mrs. W. A. Finney was a visitor at
and Sailors’ reunion at Eagle Point Thursday.
Real Estate Agents ontract, S
Medford Wednesday afternoon.
Application for Liquor License
E. S. Tull of Medford was among
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Neil of Big River Power Co. was a Jacksonville gate was a Jacksonville visitor Thurs I the theatre at Medford Thursday I At reasonable prices. We intend adding
the strangers in town Thursday.
Butte spent the latter part of the week visitor Thursday.
other blanks ns fast as possible until
T. T. Pottinger of Medford was seen
on our streets Thursday morning.
Homer Peart of Central Point, who the line is complete. Blanks of special
Charles Nickell, of Medford passed nominee for county judge, was at the transacting business in Medford thie has charge of the Fairview ranch at form printed to order at short notice
J. F. Brown, the Medford real es-
through town this week en route to his I county seat Thursday.
Sterling passed through Jacksonville JACKSONVILLE POST.
state dealer, was in town Tuesday.
Deputy Assessor Chauncy Florey at
L. B. Warner cf Medford spent a
It is reported on good authority that tended the G. A. R. Ball at Eagle ly from a visit to their sons in Coos
few hours in Jacksonville Wednesday.
WANTED AGENT-Write Health and.
the Opp mine will resume operations Point Thursday evening.
Accident Insurance. Oregon Surety
John Greaves, wife and daughters in the near future.
Artisans are requested to meet at
Misses Marion Bowen and Ruth
and Casualty C., 322 Board of Trade,
were Medford visitors Saturday even
Miss Clara Abbott leaves today for the home of Mr. Abbott in this city, Wilson were Medford visitors Sunday
Portland, where she has accepted a Tuesday evening, Octsber 1.
Miss Lillian Hanson and T. W. Ful position offered her.
During the summer months mot:.er, of
County Cammissioners Jas. Owens
Mr. and Mrs. Miles Cantrall and a
ton spent Saturday evening at Med
children should watch for any unnat
v JI m psrltyand
Luy’í leiduar- tefttt..-.
James O’Brien and Fred Offenbacher and Frank Brown of Eagle Point were party of friends autoed to Ash 1 an<1 young
ii. No ••«!« *re pack*’!
ural looseness of the bowels. When given
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passed through Jacksonville Saturday in Jacksonville on official business Fri Thursday.
prompt attention at this time serious t-ouble
ti> : v*ry I ¡gl r/» <■ m dr rd. Ouriid’y
Mr. and Mrs. Benj. M. Collins and en route to Medford.
eqi'i’-pid i3lx \l;ry under the
Mrs. James Buckley was visiting
Miss Mollie Ray drove to Applegate
and Diarrhoea Remedy can always be
dire.il on ot o rckntift ar.d eip-rt
Mayor W. H. Canon of Medford at-
Don Cameron, of this city, is assist- Jacksonville relatives and friends era
«eçd t-ii-r terne \ r» al! «uru vor'«.
'X'l-er. bi'.v*ng L5’ly »»*cdr,you buy
tended the Pioneer exercises at the ! ing Cecil Rhodes of Medford who is Thursday.
a incraowi crept. Send Í ct cataiofr
Misses Emma Wendt and Lula court house Tuesday.
I surveying some property around Rogue
1 UCha* H 5
C® . Seenh 1
Attorney C. L. Reames, Mrs. Reames
Williams spent Saturday evening in
jot ™ nazi * ser a». rata-uwa ii
Alexander Thompson attended the River.
and nephew Windsor Gale of Medford Monday visiting her sister Mrs. Effie
Soldiers’ and Sailors’ encampment at
Mesdames W. C. Depeff, A. Rose were celebrating with the Pioneers L. Taylrr. Mrs. Taylor and Bon Ar-
Geo. Richardson of Butte Falls was Eagle Point this week.
mond left Monday evening for Corval
and O. Harbaugh, Misses A. Britt and Thursday.
at the court house Monday on legal
lis whore the latter will attend the
W. R. Tucker, » liveryman of Eu Stella Levy, spent Wednesday evening
Oregon Agricultural College.
gene, passed through Jacksonville in Medford.
to Medford Thursday were: Herbert
A. W. Walker, owner of the Nash Tuesday, enroute to California.
A partv consisting <f the Misses OREGON and WASHINGTON
Miss Bess Williams, who has been Getchell and wife, Misses Nelson and
I Laura and Cora Thomas, Clara Abbott
Livery Stables at Medford, was in
School Superintendent J. Percy |
Laura Sullivan, Etta and Margaret
Wells and wife attended the Teachers’ j Fred J. Fick, left this week for Fort
Lester and Chester Ellis, who have Morcom, Pauline Greaves. Neta Reag-
A Directory of each City, Town and
Roy Bowman, who was employed at Institute at Ashland this week.
Village, giving descriptive »ketch of
the quarry returned recently to his
each place, location, population, tele«
Miss Louise Jones was at Ashland ' Miss Laura Couch and Bessie Colvin, Hilt, Cal., returned to Jacksonville
graph, shipping and banking point;
home at Gold Hill.
ces, H. Baker J. Greaves, Dave Crone
also ClasBlfled Directory, compiled by
Sunday attending the Methodist Epis-1 teachers at the Applegate school, at Wednesday evening.
Harold Bostwick of Applegate visit copal.conference held at that city.
Luslnce» and proreision.
tended the Teachers’ Institute held at
K. L. POLK & CO
FOR SALE—155 acres of land cheap, ed a picnic dinner in the shadow of
ed at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie
Ashland this week.
Stansell this week.
of the week at Medford, investigat
C. D. Stout, while engaged in rivet
road, 1 mile from Ruch, For in succeeded in landing a 25-pound salmon
Sheriff Jones, Prosecuting Attorney ing a murder committed there Sunday.
ing on the new P. & E. bridge across
formation call at the Lyden House, He has also bagged a deer this season
Mulkey and E. S. Wilson motored to
Mrs. Minnie Kelly. Miss Flo Thomp Butte creek had one finger badly
which is a very remarkable record for
Butte Falls Sunday.
son, “Toots” Thompson and Ed. Bost smashed by an accidental hammer
a thirteen year old boy.
Public schools were closed for the
The ball game at Medford Sunday wick were at Medford Wednesday even blow recentlv.
greater part of this week to give the I If yon are a ho-.i«ewife you cannot reason
resulted in a victory for the Weed ing.
Billy McIntyre while working on the local teachers an opportunity to attend ably hope to be healthy or beautiful by wash
team. Score 9 to 6.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Shaw are the new Medford bridge Saturday had the the Teachers’ In.stitute for Jackson ing dishes, sweep'iig and doing housework
all day, and crawling into bed dead tired at
Allen Williams and wife of Apple proud parents of an eight pound
misfortune to have a finger caught in and Josephine counties held at Ash- night. You must gel out into ths open air
gate passed through Jacksonville Sun daughter, born Tuesday. Congratula-;
the cogs of a hoisting machine, bruis land.
| and sunlight. If you do this every day and
day on their way to Medford.
keep your stomach and bowels in good order
ing it painfully.
The local teachers attending the by taking Chamberlain’s Tablets when need
Mrs. O. N. Nelson returned Sunday
Frank Kasshafer was at Eagle Point
Irving C. Vining of Ashland was Teachers’ Institute at Ashland this ed, you should become both healthy and
from Ashland where she attended the
this week attending the annual reunion among the prominent native sons who week were: Principle J. C. F. Hir- , beautiful. For sale by all dealers.
Methodist Episcopal conference,
of the Soldiers’ and Sailors of Southern i met with the pioneers on Thursday. rington, Misses Mary,S. Hurst, Fran
Marking ■ Bullet.
Mrs. R. Bland of Grants Pass, who
Mr. Vining is a nephew of Mrs. C. C. ces E. Neville. Nanna Fleming, Pearl
had been visiting lrienda in Jackson
left upon the
C. F. Hoefs applied a coat of white
ville returned to her home Sunday.
projectile which ure uot obliterated by
Mrs. R. C. Jorgenson, formerly of
the subsequent passage of the bullet
this city but now residing at Medford, this week, greatly improving its ap Bandy, minister. Morning worship Albert Gangwisch were doing some' through flesh, provided that It does
transacted business here Thursday.
not strike a bone, it Is even possible
Mrs. C. D. Stout and daughter. Miss service at 8 o’clock subject, “The mining claim at Palmer creek this to Identify the unit.re of the gnrment
Mrs. C. E. Howey and children, Miss
Choice of Hercules or The Call to Vir week. Incider,tally they took time to through which the bullet bus passed
Mary Bagshaw and Cliff Dunnington Ora, attended the Southern Oregon
ascertain whether Applegate trout by a cureful pxumiuutluu of the murks
were Medford visitors Sunday eveging. Soldiers and Sailors' reunion at Eagle
on the lead.
j Much credit is due Miss Carrie Beek were still biting.
E. P. Lewis, of the Lewis-Stinger Point this week.
Barber Supply Co. of Portland, was a
Geo. Dunn of Ashland, republican
business visitor at Jacksonville Thurs candidate for county judge, attended M. M. Taylor and J. Percy Wells, ar
the Pioneer’s meeting at the court ranged the splendid musical program :
rendered at the meeting of the Pioneer
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Stansell spent
Sunday with the latter’s parents, Mr.
The Guthrie orchard, situated a short
S. E. Dunnington, Bob Finney, Fred
and Mrs. Walter Bostwick, on the distance north of town made a ship-
Geo. Demmer and Oscar Lewis 1
ment of about two carloads of “None-
, enjoyed a hunting trip to Mule creek
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Stout of Med such” apples last week.
i Sunday. Having heard the reputations
ford visited the formers parents, Mr.
Chief of Police L. S. Noe of Gold
and Mrs. C. D. Stout of this city Sun- Hill was in Jacksonville Friday and j of the hunters, the deer were missing
from their etistomarj’ haunts.
brought with him a candidate for
T. T. Shaw and wife, Chris Ulrich
S. C. Whittington of the Rogue Val- board in the county jail.
ar.d wife and Roy Ulrich and wife en-
ley Abstract-Title, Co. spent the latter
M. M. Taylor. A. L Gall, H. L. I jcyed an auto excursion through Sams
part of last week at the company’s
and Chas. Basye journeyed Valiev Sunday. They visited the Table i
to Kerby Friday to attend the funeral Rock orchard while on the trip and re
Al. Learned formerly of this city of Chas. Anderson, who died at that
port it bearing a splendid crop of ap-
has recently purchased a threshing place Friday.
machine and is threshing for the farm
Julian Abbott returned from Weed,
J. E. Barkdull, R. B. Dow, Corbin
The Owners have no idea of selling to the Ball Telephone M inopoly or any
ers in this vicinity.
F. M. Tungate wife were among the Calif., this week. He expects to re Edgell and Austen Corbin of the Corb
one else but intends to maintain it for the pjrpyjj of giviai thj people of
Jacksonville people who participated main in town until the first of the in banking house, New York, returned
in the Scldiers and Sailors’ reunion at
the Rogue River Valley the best telephone service known.
ployment at the California city.
1 Cresent City. The party reports a
Eagle Point this week.
Dr. R. E. Seely of Medford and WANTED—The Cosmopolitan Group
requires the services of a represent tire-blow.outs and a broken spring.
Benj. M. Collins made a combined busi
ative in Jacksonville and surrounding
Announcement of Church Services
ness and pleasure trip to Applegate
I territory, to look after subscription for Ruch and Forest creek school house
postoffice Sunday evening.
renewals and to extend circulation j during the months of August and Sep- j
Mesdames G. L. Schemerhorn, Miner
by special methods which have prov i tember. The Rev. Paul S. Bandy will
va falmer, Barkdull, O, Brien and Miss
ed unusually successful. Salary and 1 preach at Forest creek school house, I (
A ,ce Hanley of Medford were among
Previous experience ■ Aug. 25, Sept. 8 and 22, at 3 o’clock >
the pioneer visitors Thursday.
desirable but not essentia). Whole i P. M. and at Ruch on Sept. 1, 15 and
1 ne American Bonding Co. of Balti
time or spare time. Address, with i 29 at the same hour. All are cordially
n> .re will go on your bond and write
references. r’harles C. Schwer. The i nvtted to attend there services. Sun-
Cosmopolitan Group, 381, Fiurth i day School every Sunday at both
D. W. B agshaw . Agent
points at 2 o’clock.
i Ave., New York City.
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