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About Jacksonville post. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1906-19?? | View Entire Issue (Jan. 18, 1913)
'cllfbrnia Woman Serlonsly Alarmed
W. C. Deneff was a Medford visitor
Guv Harper was in Grants Pass on
“A short time ago I contracted a severe
business this week.
>1<T which sCttWa on my'IUngFIIW!"caMed
Miss Laura Neuber was a Medford
Frank Ray and Chas. Nichol of Med
e a great deal ofamnovance. I would bare
ad coughing spell« .-’.nd my hinge wi W so
Money to loan on improved, revenue visitor Thursday.
The Following Letter Which is
Notice is hereby given that the City ore and inflamed I began to be aeriouidy
producing farms, by the Bank ot I R. E. Tuttle made a business trip to
Mr. Lousenaut, of Rueb, caught a
Recorder of the City of Jacksonville ilanned. A friend recommended Chamlx r-
large Fisher last week, measuring 52
Remedy, raying she had u.ed
Jackson County, State of Oregon, will un for a Cough
years. I bought a bottle and it re
Mrs. Harrison was a Medford visitor
Ed. Fawcett of Joe Bar is in town ' inches. The hide is valued at about
lieved my cough the first night, and in a
on mining business.
ed for a wire fence around City Res .reek I was rid of the cold and ebrene*»of
T. F. Dungey was a recent visitor at
Mrs. R. B. Dow who recently uu-
C. M. Ruch of Ruch was in town
ervoir on Jackson Creek. Fence to be if lungs,” writes M’ss Marie Gerber, Sajr-
■ lie, Cal. For sale by all dealers.—Advcr-
' derwent an operation at the hospital
47 inches high, No. 10 wire, close lisement.
A. R. Thompson was in Medford
Harry Helms spent a few hours in
The writer regrets to learn that any- mesh. Said wire fence to be delivered
’ ing nicely.
i one should have taken offense at any at Reservoir. All bids to be filed in
J. tV. Copeland, of Dayton, Chi
Mrs. Jas. Calvert returned to her j thing he has written about our county the City Recorder's office at any time based
J. C. F. Harrington spent Saturday
a bottle of Chamberlain's
A. H. Miller of Medford was in Jack
home on Evans creek Monday after a I seat. There was no intention of doing before 4 o’clock Jan. 20th, 1913.
Ids boy who had a cold, and be
bottle was <•!'• n«ed the bey's cold
visit of two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. ’ more than to poke a little good-natured
Thos. Moss was a passenger to Med
Robert G. Jeffrey spent Wednesday W. C. Deneff.
that no better than to pa v a
fun at the Rogue River Railway and
five dollar doctor’s bil'.f Sold by all dealers.
evening at Medford.
Will Henry, who is employed at
Edwin Taylor drove into town from
Wm. Hockenyos of Medford was in Rogue River visited at the home of his j its western terminus. What was writ
ten about the postoffice, school-house,
; Jacksonville Thursday.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Epper jail, Beekman Bank, cemetery, cement
J. R. Neil made a recent business
Ralph Jennings of Applegate was in son this week.
walks, new block, the Britt and Nunan
trip to Medford.
Clyde Shaw and George Demmer, residences, was quite complimentary.
E. Britt was a business visitor at
Mrs. G. E. Neuber was in Medford who have been employed with the rail As for the saloons, they were denounc
Medford Tuesday. ,.
for a few hours Thursday.
road survey crew, returned to their ed on general princiules, because they '
Mrs. Lin Whiteside was a Medford
The Land of
are always and everywhere bad. This, j
Chas. F. Dunford made a business homes Monday.
visitor this weak.
trip to Medford Wednesday.
Floyd Jones, the young son of our ; of course, does not refer to the men
Mrs. C. Reuter was in Medford on
Len Harris of Chico, Cal. was a city marshal, who has been quite ill i who run them, but to the saloon busi
for some time, is reported to be re ness.
Jacksonville visitor Monday.
The writer takes this opportunity of
Joseph Martin was a recent business
J. C. Jorgensen ot Medford was a covering his health.
assuring the good people of Jackson
visitor at Medford.
Jacksonville visitor Tuesday.
ville that no unkindness or criticism
Do not overlook that sale on at
Mr. and Mrs. P. Ensele were recent with Mrs. R. B. Dow, who is at the was intended and that everything was
business visitors at Medford.
written in friendly spirit of good will.
an operation Monday.
Jesse Wilson was a business visitor
E. W. Wall of Medford was
O. H. B arnhill .
at Medford Tuesday.
• Mrs. Daly of the Blue Ledge country
on Jacksonville friends Friday.
was in Jacksonville Wednesday. She
Doc Stephenson of Medford was in
Wm. Colvig of Medford was a
four and and one-half feet of
day visitor at the court house.
snow in that district.
Sam DeRoboam was in Medford for
Amos Walker of Medford was in our
Win. Bostwick of Applegate past
a few hours Tuesday.
city for a few hours Monday.
The funeral of Mrs. Mary R. Martin,
LOW ROUND TRIP FARES
through town with a load of beans he
Alex Thompson was in Medford the
Henry Barneburg of Ashland was ■ had sold to Mas-jn-Ehrman & Co. of ' wife of J. G. Martin, was held at her
beginning cf the week.
county seat visitor Wednesday.
Medford, realizing 3 X cents per pound. late home, 624 North Central avenue,
W. A. Jones was at Medford the
I yesterday at 1 o’clock. Mrs. Martin
Bob Jeffery returned from a visit to
beginning of the week.
: was born in Fulton county, Pennsyl-
the Applegate country Tuesday.
city water works Friday, report that
T. J. Kenney transacted business in
Miss Cora Patterson of Deer < ereek the dam is filled to within five feet of i vania, in 1851, and married to J. G.
Medford Tuesday afternoon.
is visiting friends near this city.
the top, insuring sufficient water for
and from other Main Line and Branch Line Points to
soon after their marriage and have
Mrs. R. B. Dow was removed to a
Sheriff Aug D. Singler was at Ash- all purposes.
Los Angeles, Colton, Pasadena, Riverside, San Barnudino and other
hospital at Medford Sunday.
land on official business Monday.
California pci.rts with stop-overs in either direction and
The Baked Food Sale which was to past thirty-six years, and in Medford
Mesdames Barnum and Coulter were
O. N. Nelson returned this week have been held at Abbotts Hardware for the past seven years, where Mrs.
long return limit.
at Medford Tuesday afternoon.
from a trip to Washington points.
store today (Saturday) has bee post- I ! Martin endeared herself to a large |
THROUGH TRAIN SERVICE DAILY
Taylor-Williams Co. is offering you
George Anderson of Ashland was in poned on account of the inclemency of circle of friends and neighbors by those |
San Francisco Express: With Observation Car. Pullman Standard and Tourlat Sleep-
boys clothing at bottom prices.
Jacksonville the first of the week.
traits of character which marked her I
————— inic Car and ail-steel hiah back seat day vouches and
County Treasurer James M. Crone
Mrs. Minnie Kelly was the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Hanna enter as a Christian woman of superior |
miller was at Medford Tuesday.
Medford friends Monday afternoon.
California Express: With Standard »mdTourwt Sleeping Cars. all-Bleel hiyrh buck
tained a small party of friends at their
She died January 13, 1913, at Sacred
■ ' " '
seat day coaches and Dining Car.
Mrs; A. R. Thompson was in Med
Oscar Lewis was one of the Jack i home in this city Saturday evening.
Heart hospital, after a long and pain
Al! trains connect at Sun Francisco with through Eastern trains
ford the beginning of the week.
sonville people in Medford Monday.
The evening was agreeably spent in
via Ogden or south through L oh Angeles and the Sunset Route
ful illness. Her husband, J. G. Mar
Elmer Coleman of Phoenix was in
O. H. Lawler of Medford was at the playing “500.” Refreshments consist tin, a son, Carl F. Martin, and a broth
For fares, sleeping car accommodation a, tickets or literature on California, call on
ing of wafers, salted peanuts, popcorn
Jacksonville on business recently.
county seat on business Wednesday.
nearest Agent, or write
er, VV. S. Thompson are left to mourn
M. M. Welch was among the Jack
County Clerk G. A. Gardner has a and punch were Served by the hostess. most deeply her loss.
John M. Scott, General Passenger Agent, Portland, Oregon
sonville people in Medford Tuesday.
force of deputies busy extending taxes. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. S.
Mrs. Martin had been a member of
C. Whittington, Mr. and Mrs. Fred L.
G. F. Billing of Ashland had busi
the Methodist church since fifteen
Mr. and Mrs. W. Chase of Sterling Colvig, Mr.
and Mrs. J. Percy
years of age. Her funeral services
ness at the court house Wednesday. • have returned from Los Angeles, Cal.
Wells. Miss Fleta Ulrich and Ries
were conducted by Rev. E. O. Eldridge
Wm. Waybright visited friends at
A. Watkins and sister were among Chapman.
pastor of the Methodist ehneh.
Jacksonville and Medford this week. the strangers tn Jacksonville Wednes
terment in Jacksonville cemetery.
M. J. Harton of Brownsboro, was at day.
Harry Snyder of Medford was a The Royal Rusarians’ Mission.
the court house on business Thursday.
Street commissioner Chris Ulrich business visitor in Jacksonville Tues
Elect Wilson President.
journeyed to Ashland on business Fri day.
The invasion of the Winter Tourist
Mr. and Mrs. J. Cummings of West
Centers, Sacramento, San Francisco,
Washington, Jan. 13.—Governor Wil
“Curley” Wilson accompanied E. E. Fork visited friends in* Jacksoville re Oakland, San Jose, Los Angeles, San
gets his highest collegiate honors
Oman on a trip to Rogue River Sun
Diego, Pasadena, etc., by the Royal
W. E. Getchell left recently for the Rusarians of Portland was a great today —the luckiest of ljckv, thirteens,
marking his career. A diploma mark
Mrs. C. D. Stout and daughter, Miss’ Coos bay country where he expects to •success. The actions were sharp and ed “elected president” will be
Ora spent Saturday evening at Med
decisive, the sieges always ended in college honors conferred upon him
W. Kennedy of Medford spent a unconditional surrender to the gay day. “The electoral college” will
Miss Lenja Jorgensen was employed short time at the county seat Sunday warriors in spotless white, bearing the the conferring.
rose, the emblem of their Native City,
in her father's ba.ery in this city this evening.
Presidential electors will meet
Attorney W. J. Moore of Ashland “The City of Roses.”
every one of the forty-eight state Cap
The Royal Rosarians, organized to itols today. The will cast their votes
We are revising our lists ready for the
Deputy Sheriff ‘‘Curley” Wilson was at the county seat on business
assist the good work of the Portland for president and vice president—the
spring trade. If you have real estate to dis
was at Medford on official business Tuesday.
pose of at a fair price, place it in our hand*
James II. Whipple of Rogue River Rose Festival Association, has per only persons who actually vole “for’
formed a great service to Portland, to Wilson, Roosevelt and Taft.
for sale, we have a number of prospective
J. C. Smith returned to his home at
Oregon and to the Pacific North wesu.
Today’s vote u however, perfunc
buyers who expect value for their money.
Wimer Sunday after a week’s stay in Saturday.
About 100 business men and their
Julian Abbott returned the begin- wives left Portland December 23th, by tory. The electors register, as they
We can sell your property at a price
were pledged by November ticket, by
Attorney.Fred H. Mears of Medford ntng of the week from a trip to Special Train, via the Southern Pa
to its full value but do not want any
choice of the people for the nation’s
was at tfie court house on business Corvallis.
listed at fictitious or "Boom” price.
cific, over the beautiful Shasta Route chief and “substitute” executive -
Chas. PurcelJr., was in town over and "The Road of A Thousand Won Wilson arid Marshall.
Sunday. Must be some attrac- ders.” All the principal cities of Cali
For ydur c ockery and glassware see
The result has long been known, be
fornia were visited. The California cause of the inviolable pledge of the
Taylor-Williams Co. line.
Special tion here.
Herman Offenbacher of Applegate Tourist season is now at its height. electors to vote as they arc told.
price* on now.
Today the electors prepare their
M. A. Finney of Medford was call spent a few hours at the county seat Thousands upon thousands of Tourists,
R. R. R.
some wealthy others with only moderate “returns” to forward here to the pres
ing on Jacksonville relatives and Wednesday.
Charles F. Dunford and daughter means, from ail corners of the United ident pro tern of the senate.
OFFICE: Bank of Jack
States, Canada and Foreig n Countries,
sonville Bldg. Upstairs
A. W. Walker of the Nash Livery Miss Flossie; spent Sunday with Med
are now wintering in delightful, sunny
Sick headache Is ceased by a disordered
Stable, Medford, wan in Jacksonville on
Ex-Sheriff W. A. Jones expects to California.
orrect that and the headaches will disap
It is estimated that in the parade at pear.
to his ranch on Ross Lane in the
For sale by all dealers.
Will McIntyre, who has been employ
the Floral Festival at Pasadena alone
ed on the Bear creek bridge in this
the Rosarians were reviewed by more
Mrs. C. Reuter and daughter, Mrs. ! than 400,(NW people, most of them
Mrs. CL W. Poley of Medford was Lizzie Vogt were in Medford Wednes Tourists.
the guest of Mrs. W. E. Davis Thurs day afternoon.
The Ros u ians were the subject of
Money to loan on improved, revenue hundreds of kodak snapshots, as well
Miss Mollie Ray of Ruch visited at producing larmi, by the Hank ot as of the moving picture operators,
seeking material for the picture shows
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Benj. M. Jacksonville.
Mrs. H. Wendt and daughter, Miss on ail the great circuits.
Collins this week.
The advertising value of the visit of
Miss Lilliam Cranschaw of
o Emma were in Medford for a few
the Rosarians to California cannot be
Beach, Cal., is visiting Medford and hours
Attorney Gus Newbury of Medford estimated. Of the people who saw
them, met the members, or received a
The heavy rain of Sunday raised the was in Jacksonville on professional personal or printed invitation to visit
water in the city reservoir on Jacksun
Portland and the Pacific Northwest
Mr. Landquist of Medford and W.
creek about 35 fuel.
next summer, many will come this
Attorney H. D. Norton of Grants H. Bowen are extending taxes in the way. We hold that, if the people come
Pass was at the court house on pro- county
to Oregon, they are sure to be fascinat
John Haskins and Ed. Saltmarsh of ed with our beautiful country, and
fessiunal business recently.
Miss Lillie Morgan of Little Shasta Squaw Lake, have killed eleven bear m?ny wul remain permanently.
The Owners have no idea of selling to the Bell Telephone Monopoly or any
The R >yal R isarians are doing a
Valley, Cal., is visiting at the home of this fall and winter.
Geo. L. Hoff of Gold Hill, who owns splendid work in the development of
he^sister, Mrs. Oscar Lewis.
one else but intends to maintain it for the purpose of giving Liie people of
Benj. M. Collins, cashier of the Bank a promising mine south of this city Oregon. Let t>s do likewise.
of Jacksonville, scent a few hours in
the Rogue River Valley the best telephone service known.
Medford Wednesday evening.
Miss Carrie Beekman who has been
Lumber Mills Close Down.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Ulrich, Misses ill at her home in this city for the past,
The freeze through the citrus belt
Ona and Eva Humphrey and Frank two week, is improved in health.
has had a serious influence upon the
Co.email spent Sunday afternoon at
Mr. and Mrs. Hart of Siskiyou coun labor situation in the milling towns of
ty, Cai., visited at the home of Mr. Weed, Dorris, Hilt and other centers
S C. Whittinjton, who last week and Mrs. Oscar Lewis this week.
of the lumber tr
With the destruc
d i-n seed of his interest in the Rogue
Rev. R. E. Dttnl.tp will conduct the tion of a Very great proportion of toe
l.i er Abstract-Title Co., to Mr. Alli • preaching service Sunday morning at orange crop these irons will have prac
\ , left Thursday for Seattle and 11 o’clock. Communion service follow tically no call for packing boxes, which
u .er northern points.
He was a - ing tl;e sermon. The pastor sill was their principal output, and as
v npanied by Mrs. Whittington. They preach at Talent S ul lay nx . a'-, g ir d consequent*> the m II.’ in three 'ow
«..kpeet to return to the valley some will return for the evening st ivies I mentioned have disc' irge.t 3000 men
time tn the future,
Sunshine and Flowers
Sell Y our
By listing' it with us
Rogue River Realty Co
Ths Hine Telephone Company ot Southern 9regon is
Are you supporting your
of Southern Oregon.