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About Jacksonville post. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1906-19?? | View Entire Issue (March 15, 1913)
Merely Filed by the Governor.
H. B. 16—Relating to ballot titles
on measures referred to the people.
H. B. 17—Repealing sections 3441
Officia. Paper of the City of Jacksonville, Oregon
and 3442, relating to terms of office
of the secretary of state, state treas
A weekly newspaper published every Saturday at the county seat of Jackson urer. printer and supreme judges.
H. B. 41—Abolishing office of state
County, Oregon. D. W. B acshaw , Editor.
H. B. 84—Limiting Indebtedness for
Er'ered as second-class matter June 22, 1907, at the post office at Jacksonville, irrigation districts.
H. B. 91—Amends sections 513 rela
Oregon, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1879.
tive to maintenance and custody of
children affected by divorce.
SATURDAY. MARCH 15. 19/3
H. B. 34—Making 100 pounds the
standard weight for a sack of potatoes.
SUBSCRIPTION: One year by mail $1.50. Advertising rates furnished on
H. B. 104—Relating to milk inspec
H. B. 130—Authorizing school dis
tricts of 20,000 population to establish
trade schools for dependent glr's.
H. H. 169—Widows' pension bill.
H. B. 81—Increasing salaries of all
circuit Judges to »4000 a year.
H. B. 79—Relating to the inspection
of railroad track scales.
H. B. 173—-Providing for the sus
pension and investigation of the Inter
state schedules of railroads before
same become effective.
H. B. 69—Providing for sterilization
of habitual criminals and moral per
H. B. 185—Repealing sections relat
ing to road poll tax.
H. B. 160—Protecting co-operative
I associations in the use of the terms co
H. B. 243—Relating to the sale of
I commercial foodstuffs.
H. B. 143—Regulating the business
of commission merchants.
H. B. 210 — Authorizing county
courts to establish assessment road
H. B. 319—Making county jutfges
ex officio fire wardens.
H. B. 209—Creating a state board of
H. B. 258—Consenting to the pur
chase of the locks and canal at Oregon
H. B. 433—Creating the Btate board
H.B.78—Makes it a crime to threat
en or advocate the commission of a
felony, the penalty running from a »50
fine to three years’ imprisonment in
the penitentiary. Aimed especially at
persons threatening others' lives and
H. B. 73—Appropriates »50,000 for
detailed survey of the water resources
of the state.
S. B. 117—-Prohibits officers, direct
ors and stockholders of a bank from
an appropriation of »59,090 and ttle receiving a percentage or profit of any
governor one of »25.090, while this kind or gift for inducing such bank to
make a loan.
measure called for only »15,000.
H. B. 279—Relieving those author-
In relation to appropriations, when
ized to perform marriages of the ne
the standing appropriations of more cesslty of filing evidence of such fact $50,500.
than »1,200,000 are deducted from the in more than one county of the state.
H. B. 620—Making
H. B. 122—Known as the “loan I for state penitentiary of »216,000.
approximately *6,000,000 appropriation
bill," prohibits higher rate than |
S. B. 149—Relating to publication of
Session of 1913 Places 377 the tctal amount of drainuge from the 3 shark
per cent as Interest on small sums i
stare treasury is reduced to a figure loaned workmen and others in unfor- I delinquent tax list.
S. B. 196—Relating to condemning
Laws on Statute Books
more nearly oommensurate with the tunate circumstances.
for countv roads.
growth of the state and Its institu
H. B. 27—This is the workmen's (
S. B. 235—Limiting time for foro-
act, for which an appro- ! closing mortgages.
THIRTY VETOES OVERRIDDEN tions. There were also certain unusu compensation
S. B. 236—Making uniform ware-
i al features calling for large appropri
elective feature, which is recognized J house receipts.
ations. It should be borne in mind as Its main weakness, but a compulso- |
B. 253—Prescribing duties of par
W» kmtn'i Compensation — Good
also, that the legislators did not pile ry feature, according to the best au- I ents In regard to school census.
S. B. 336—Relating to special taxes
up the expenses of the taxpayers ap thoritles, would be unconstitutional, i
preciably by extending the session be By the operation of this act It is estl- ; for roads and highways.
ni ited that from 20 to 30 per cent of i
MJnlmum Wag* for Women and
H. B. 205 — Creating bureau of
yond regular »0 day limit, as they the damage suits due to personal in mf.-.es and geology and appropriating
8'Wior*—Survey of State Resource*
draw no salary for tho additional per jury will be eliminated.
- Investigation of Celllo Power Pro-
H. B. 38—Declaring policy of state
lod worked and had to pay their own
H. B. 265—Creating county sealer
as to wageworkers and l.mltitig the of weights and measures.
hours of certain workmen to 10 hours.
H. B. 27S—Making of $30,000 nppro-
Ctiem.—The labors of the legisla
Women Important Factor
H. B. 610—For maintenance of East prt.-.tlr i for provision for state fair
Tho part played by women at this Oregon asylum; appropriates »284,- grounds.
tive assembly of 1913 have added 377
H. B. 375- -Making appropriation of
new laws to tho Oregon codes, Of legislative session was remarkable. 329.80.
H. B. 102—Giving cities and towns »20,0900 fcr salmon hatcheries.
the now laws 10 are due to tho pas- That, the lawmakers have taken them
power over public parks.
H. B. 44 7- ■Providing tor taxing up
tar-- of bills of the 1911 session and into consideration as a political factor
H. B. 110—To prevent spread of tu- ostrays.
30 of the recent session over the veto is shewn by tho consideration display berculosis.
H. i». 530- -Amending law for deter
H. B. 166—Relating to misbranding mining l.e.rs for estate.
of the governor, Including the general ed in the caso of measures peculiarly
H. B. 174—.Appropriating $2000 for
appropriation bill, while 337 were eith affecting their Interests. At the 1911 articles of food.
H. B. 177—Columbia southern pro Yamhill walnut e-.i eriment station.
er »proved by the governor or filed session such bills as now have become Ject appropriation of »450.000.
H. B. 211—Providing for use of vot
laws wero thrown into the scrap heap
without bls signature.
H. B. 306—Regulating sale of con- ing machines.
'I roe teiitum marked the final ses
Sub. H. B. 360—To create state high
H. B. 379—For prompt payment of way commission.
As a rule the investigations" made I
sail of the legislative assembly prior
jurors and witnesses.
H. B. 422—-Yo provide for state
to r no die adjournment. One was the by the legislature wore perfunctory.
8 B. 41—Amendments relating to printing beard.
Relative to killing bad bills, two are roads or gateways for lands not reach
es. i with which bills were passed over
Sub. H. B. 434—Blue sky law.
th* veto whenever desired; another worthy of special mention—one which ed by convenient roadways.
H. B. 449—Providing for county at
the consideration of vetoed measures would have created a plumbers' trust,
H. B. 508—Relating to incorporation
on •heir merits, and the third the and another which would have created
S. B. 10—Providing froe mooting of citlor. and towns.
an electricians' trust, With very few places tor Q. A. R. posts.
■pe 4 shown in the transaction of bus
11. B. 524—-Providing for assess
exceptions tho record of this legisla
8. B. 71—Amendment relative to the ment of damages in laying out roads.
H. B. Gv4—Interstate bridge bill.
V iquestlol.ably many of the meaa- lure as to so-called "hold-up mens- transportation of livestock by rail
H. D. 4 ’.0—Authorising purchase of
irv passed were of first importance, ures" is excellent.
S. B. 80—Creating a right of action
The following Is a list of the lm- against any person who gives or sells uite for fair grounds.
the Het Including the workmen's com
H. B. 497—For maintenance of U..1-
pensation act. good roads legislation, portant measures which will bocome liquor to an habitual drunkard or an veraity of Oregon. »190.000.
Sub. H. 13. 521—For levying tax for
the agricultural collage extension laws:
3. B. 103—Amending sectton 3444 rv ■arch in agricultural problems.
wors bill, the minimum wage measure Important Bills of th* 1911 Session
relative to the time of meeting of pres
H. B. 6’.4—Levying tax for mainten-
Fail d Over the Veto.
for womon and minors, the widows'
I ar.ee cf O A. C
8. B 6—qulrlng local agent* of
pen itoa bill, laws affecting judicial
S. B. 108—Protecting subcontract
H. B. 428—Cour.ty fair millage bill.
railway coinpnnLs to report accurate ors. matt-rial mun and laborers and de
>ro aduro and the aproprlatlons for ly the time of arrival of trains.
H. B. 491—For collection of tax on
the anaina Pacific Exposition, the Co
8. 1!. 43—Creating a livestock sani-
8. B. 77—Minimum
wage bill for
8. ¡3. 75—Appropriation for board of
luir. da Southern Irrigation project. d<>- ' y 11 ..rd ,u..l i.pprupri «ting $50.000 women aud minors; appropriates »3
Im pectors of child labor. »5000.
tL -r. for.
tall urvey of atate resources and iu
S. B 76—Relating to furnishing 11-
8. 11. 127—Prohibits th* auditing by
S B. 47—Requiring electric head
wti gatloa of water power at Celllo.
qurr to Inmates of institutions.
8. B. 136—To establish Industrial
the secretary of «'ate of claims of In lights on locomotive engines.
till Opvnlng Rsgu* River Fasted
S. B. 52—Declaring county roads In ho .io for girls, »50,000.
Al-bott's printing turn»lire was de- debtedness agalnrt fund* th* appro- towns and cities to be streets.
8. B. 129—Regulating a business un
priatlon for which has been exhausted.
«1*1- ily defeated. but the bill opening
S. B. 154—Fixing comm encement of dor an assumed name.
3 B 129 Creates an emergenc’
Roy. « river passed easily.
S. B. 166—To permit officers to
board to deni with deficiencies n«>ccs- the term of office of the governor.
8. B. 24—Requiring goat and kid ride on nr.y car or train.
Tl » bill abolishing the office of sitated under the provisions of the
meat to I ♦ labeled.
8. B. 298—Making It a miidomcnn-
Priutlug Kxpcrt Harris was not preceding bill
8 It 35 Making Lincolns birth or to deface state beard of health no-
8. B. 151—Providing for the crea
•ent te the governor after temporary tion and organization of new counties. day, W:.-hlugton's birthday and Co- tlces.
•4j< ira aient.
S. B. 133—Increasing number
H. it ll’G Providing for the drain lut.ibus day legal holidays.
J2 -To provide for support of justices cf supreme court to seven.
L«for« final adjournment, when age nnd deposition of swamp lands in
S. B. 204—Relating to issuance of
the I ill finally reached Went he veto the southeastern part of th* state.
S. H. 1'8—Regulating the adminis special certificates to teachers.
H. H. 119 Amending the law re
ed It. maklug no report of the veto quiring ronil supervisors to keep
H B. 113—Relating to county fruit
tering of anesthetics
anti! after the legislature had adjourn weeds from county reads by Imposing
8. B. 131—Fixing salary of gover inr-'oetor
such duty on t>i" owners of property. nor's secretary at »3000.
H B. Î20—To determine compensa-
tloti for cross'ng laid.
H. B. 147—To secure interest on
Ar regard* bill* Inrrea to.’ snl ring In:;., '--t Pills cf tii* Present Sestion
H. B. <94—Requiring fire drills in
- er th* Veto.
Bounty money and place safeguards
I d > >uatt*a, on Jrguinout a
• '.H i r ...
.s ovsr t'.a va-K-that in .< <3'111111 1.
8 B. 31—Prohibiting saloons in de
11. B. 65—To regulate railroad and
cas* ike s.unuuts to wbicb ruch
li. B. 1C7.
cprrlhig th* Initiative bi.'.bnay crossings.
S. B 48—Requiring medical certifi
■ala os »ora raised were less than i m «losing Ro .;<■ river to commercial
IL. B. 249—Fixing standard of seeds.
H. B. 269—Relating to display of cates for marriage licenses.
th* uea glvou In the Gill bill, the pus- fit hi::-..
8 B. 130—Relating to testimony of
S B. 253.—Providing for a detail goods, wares and merchandise.
•ax of which tho governor said in
H. B 304—Authorizing cities to op- husband and wife
stirv. y nn.l Invcstlustlon of tho Colum
•ver veto message would make such bia river power project near The Dal •rate water works
I Il B. 416—Prohibiting bulls run
h . n. 328—Providing for state bud- ning at large.
les. with i n appropriation of »'5.000.
H B. 495—Naming day of primary
II B. 829.—The general appropria get.
A P*w M***ure* Killed
H R. 367—Relating to damages in election.
A few measure* were killed, the tion bill, aggregating »1.231,216 90.
H B. 281—Appropriation for o. A.
Important Bills Signed and Filed or opening road*.
Veto- being sustained. by request of
H H. 419—Making state Insurance C., »82.000.
H. B 282—Appropriation for o. A.
th* utbors. because of amendments
Commissioner state aud county audl-
wbi. i made them worthless. Farrell.
H B 2S3—Appropriation for o. A.
Straight si St.
H. B. 482—Fixing the date for the
fur (Stance, asked that the Morals
C , »GO.COO
There is no use cf our “beating around general election.
bill veto be sustained; Joseph, the bush." We might as well out with it
H B 284—For extension wo rk at
H B 594—Prohibiting circulation
U of O . ,75.000.
-all sta.u4m.vnt, Li.tourette, the first as last. We want yon to try Chsml er- of false repons regarding banks.
H B 2S7—For building ::t Ü. cf O.,
H. B. 815—-Appropriation for deaf
or court measure, and Carson. Iain's Cough Remedy the n< it time ycu
»’ • . i
tl * >1 rslstlug to juditnieuts and d<* lisve a cough or id. There is no rea-os mutes school of $90.000.
H B. 259—For additional f. Li tor
ro far as we can *••■. why you should not do
H B 6'6 Appropriation for feeble- •
11.< rrgument» kgali.u the Dey so. This prepara ion bv its ree»! table minded school of $202,243.31.
the U of O.. 53C.C90.
H. B 289—F?r improvements at U.
b.ll « iuiestigate Cslilo waler resour euros bus gained a world wide iv| uiatl. ii.
H. B. 617—Appropriation for blind I
I Of O.. 1100,000.
••* i.ere nullified by the showing that and people everywhere speak ei it in thr school of »37.235
H B 290—For equipment at O. A.
H B. 625—Making appropriations
*• ■*to engineer bad recommended highest terms of praise. It is for sale by all
for Soldiers' home and state fair of R. t«o non
$1, $1.50, $3
All Wool and Mixed Suitings 50c. to $1 yd.
The Medford Sun in its Saturday edition has quite a
“spiel” about a proposed robbery of the Beekman Bank
ing House of this city. The reporter as usual allows his
imagination to run wild and a stranger reading the florid
account in the Sun would be led to think that “martial”
rule existed in Jacksonville. The story about armed men
patrolling the streets around the bank, etc., is all bosh
and existed only in the imagination of the reporter.
Several parties are complaining as to the condition
of certain outhouses on property near the center of the
city alleging that the closets are in a very insanitary and
filthy state. Such reports show the need of a sewer sys-
tern, in fact the only remedy for the nuisance is the con-
struction of sewers and the enacting of proper sanitary
Some people seem to think that Governor West is
the “whole thing” not only in Oregon but also in guiding
the ship of state at Washington, as evidenced by an
aiticle in a recent Medford paper regarding the appoint
ment of a U. S. marshal for Oregon.
caded Silk Waisting
- B.ro: 50c. Values, 35c. Yd
Silk Ratine and Nouveautés 20c. per yard
See Our Line of Stamped and Embroidery Goods
Ladies Kimonas and House Dr esses a Specialty
A New afid Complete Line
Calico, Challies, Etc
Scrims and Silkelenes for
See Our New Spring Line of Mens' and
Taylor - Wiliams Co
The People’s Store
Groceries and Feed
of all kinds
RESUME OF WORK
BJSiN.il SS CUIDS
II. K. HANNA
Office in Bank of Jacksonville Building'
Will Practise in All Courts in the State
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f Business Directory
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D. W. BAGSHAW
OREGON and WASHINGTON
office in lfyan Building, California St.
fl A Directory of each City, Town an4
Village, giving descriptive sketch of
fl each place, location,, population, tele
fl graph, shipping and banking point;
fl also Classified Directory, compiled by
fl business and profession.
R. L. POLK * CO- ■wawwfjj
Attorney nt Law
llviU Ave A. J, a . . . a.
UteAj AA s-kc A ■••
A prominent N.-w York |.iiv,ician says:
' If it were not for the llilu eUx-kiiigs and
Office Hours: J Forenoon 9 to 12
ili in soled slo’«a worn by women tho doctors
( Afternoon 1:30 to 5
would probably be bai i rupi.” When you
contract a cold do not v. .it for it to develop
Bank of Jacksonville Building.
mto pneumonia but treat it at one* Chain-
- OREGON l> slain'.: t ough llemeal* is intended especi
ally for cough* ami «olds, and bus won a
irido reputation byiticuresof lliete d!»<-s»*a.
I.ook io x
i It is most elfecttial and is pleasaut and safe
You know wlmt .ap- ¡ns in a house in to take. J- ', sale by all dosiers.—Adver
which tha plumbing is :i
or condition— tisement.
■verybody in the house ia ii .bls to contract
.yphoid or some other fever. The digcotive
vrgr.ua perform the same functions in the
human body as the plumbing doos for the
house, and they should be kept in first class We have on hand for sale the following
condition all the time. Ii you have any
trouble with your digestion take Chamber
lain’s Tablets and you are certain to git
quick relief. For sale by all dealers.—Ad
Rill of Sale,
W arrantv Deeds.
Quit Claim Deed*.
C hattel Mortgage,
Ack now ledgemen ts.
Real Estate ontract.
Location Notice Quartz,
Satisfaction of Mortgage,
Real Estate Agents ontract, S
Notice Application for Liquor Lieensa
At reasonable prices. We intend adding
other blanks as fast as possible until
the line is complete. Blanks of special
form printed to order at short notice
Illirif8 onfvJ F£E.
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Frtc RCPC.JT o.i
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f »r Invaluable hook
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I'.deiK law and o. . r valuable xalvrmation.
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, JACKSONVILLE POST.
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y LILLY CO.
Ulilb rui.l Uorrma Ncrioasly Alarme-,
A short time «,,o 1 connected * severs
• olu whicli -«-tiled on my lungi and eeusel
•re s greet deal rf ernovxnce. I would have
.... CTr-ghi i< S| !-ii3 ,.i.<l my lung* wrr* m
slid infiamtd I began to be seriotigy
■ Mined. A friend recommended Chwuibsr-
' S C<>nph Remedy, saying a|,e („.j
¡or »r. . 1 bonghi a botti* sud it re-
>ere,l my rough the
"' k I was rid of tl'* cold and soren*»sef
uiv I mgs, ’ writes M ìm Marie Gerlwr, Baw-
t' de, <’>il. Fur salt by all dealers.—Adwsr-