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About Jacksonville post. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1906-19?? | View Entire Issue (March 15, 1913)
O. N. Nelson was in Medford Wed- ' Ed. Helms was a Sunday visitor at
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grown alfalfa seed.
. . Wm. Angle of Medford -was a county
Emil Britt spent Monday afternoon
The American ’Bonding Co. of Balti- 1
Ed. Mullen Bpent Sunday at Med seat visitor Tuesday.
will go on your bond and write
Miss Flora Thompson spent Sunday
Circuit court will be in session Mon-
R. B. Dow Was a Medford visitor with Medford friends.
; day, March 17.
D. W. B agshaw . Agent.
Mrs. W. R. Coleman spent Saturday • 1 Fletcher Stout was in Medford for a
towns in Jacks m county
Mias A. Britt was a Medford visitor with friends at Phoenix.
few hours Sunday.
named by the state text book commis
Miss Lelia Prim was among her Med
Carl Von der Hellen of Wellen spent
sion as depositaries for school books,
Mra. W. H. Barnum was in Medford Tuesday night in this city.
ford friends recently.
where same must be sold under the
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Coleman were circular issued by the state board of :
Miss Flora Thompson spent Wednes
H. Luy spent a short time in Med- day afternoon in Medford.
recent visitors at Phoenix.
education are Applegate, Ashland,
Clyde Shaw was among the local Central Point, Eagle Point, Gold Hill,
M. M. Taylor was a Monday after
Roy Ulrich autoed to Medford Thurs noon passenger to Medford.
people in Medford Saturday.
Jacksonville, Medford, Phoenix, Sams
Chas. Nickell visited Jacksonville Valley, Talent and Rogue River.
Z. Cameron of Medford was in Jack
Don Cameron spent a few hours in sonville on business Tuesday.
relative* and friends recently.
Mrs. Richard Bland of Grants Pass
R. A. Koppes and P. Normile passed
was a Sunday visitor in our citjt-
W. O. Vaughn was a recent business through Jacksonville Monday.
visitor at Medford.
Roy Davis, circuit court stenograph
Wm. Stewart of Medford spent a
er was in Jacksonville Saturday.
Herman Oflfenbacher drove in from few hours in our city Thursday.
Following is the report of U. S', Vol I
Mr. and Mrs. L. I. Brown were Med unteer Cooperative Observer, E. Britt; |
G. W. Trefren of Ashland was a re-
ford visitors Saturday afternoon.
Lee Black drove into town from cent business visitor in this city.
Jacksonville, for month of January,
Forest creek Tuesday.
Court Hull of Medford was at the Latitude 42 deg. 18. min. north; longi
Mrs. Sarah Cantrail was the guest
court house on business Monday.
Dr. Seeley of Medford was a Thurs of Jacksonville friends this week.
tude 12 !3 deg. 5 min. west.
day visitor in our city.
Attorney B. F. Mulkey of Medford DATE MAXI- MINI- PREC’P-
Mrs. M. Thompson spent Saturday
had business at the court Monday.
A. Watkins of Watkins transacted afternoon with friends in Medford.
business with our Tuesday.
Mrs. T. W. Fulton was in Medford
R. A. Bunch was among the Jack
John Dunnmgton was a business sonville people in Medford Monday.
visitor at Medford Monday.
Mrs. Sarah Wilcox of Applegate
L. Neidermeyer was a business visi
was calling on local friends Thursday.
Benj. M. Collins was a business tor in Medford Wednesday morning.
visitor at Medford Thursday.
Fred Williams a Grants Pass attorney
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hurley were in
H. L Gregory was a business visitor Jacksonville for a few hours Thursday. was in our city on business Thursday.
at the county seat Thursday.
F. M. Amy and H. Lofland were
Ben Eaton returned to Jacksonville
Bert Stancliff of Phoenix was a Monday from a trip to California
county seat visitor Thursday.
Col. C. Y. Tengwald of Medford was
M. A. Fifiney of Medford was shak
Ray Toft of Medford was one of the
strangers in town Thursday.
ing hands with Jacksonville friends a county seat visitor Tuesday after
I’Slats” Wilson umpired the ball Sunday.
Mrs. R. Bennett of Corvallis spent
Mr. and Mrs. James Kent of Med
game at Centra) Point Sunday.
Postmaster John F. Miller was a ford were recent business visitors in a few days with Jacksonville friends
Monday passenger to Medford.
Elmer Coleman of Phoenix was call I Misses Geraldine Theiss and M. Wil
Wm. Jennings of Sterling was
on relatives and friends in our city son of Medford were recent visitors in
Monday visitor in Jacksonville.
John Taylor of Medford was at tht
Temperature—mean max. 36.74;mean
Commissioner W. C. Leever of Cen min. 26:16; mean 31.45 Max. 44 on 2,
Sheriff Aug. D. Singler spent a few
court house on business Monday.
tral Point was a county seat visitor 17 and 18, min. 9 on 6. Greatest daily
Luke Ryan returned Tuesday from
range 19. Total precipitation, 5 25
a trip to his ranch at Big Butte.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Davis of Med inches. Greatest in 24 hours. 1.26;
Mr. and Mrs. 'll. B. Dow were among
Al. Loomis of Buncom was in Jack
the Jacksonville people in Medford ford were recent guests of Jackson date, 18. Total fall of snow, 21 inches
sonville for a day or two this week.
Number of clear days, 1; part cloudy,
9; cloudy 21.
Mr. and Mrs. Marguess of Medford
James A. Wilson, a former resident
Chas. Young of Medford was attend
made a trip to Jacxsonville Tuesday.
of this city, made Jacksonville a visit ing to business matters at the court
Leslie W. Stansell made a business this week.
E. C. HOGSETT,
S. C. WHITTINGTON
trip to Midford Thursday afternoon.
Pres, and Mng.
Secy, and Treat.
Mrs Jos. Martin and Miss Emma
Game Warden S. L. Sandry of Rogue
Warren Mee and family of Williams Wendt spent a few hours in Medford
River was in Jacksonville recently on
creek were recent Jacksonville visitors. Saturday.
Raymond Phillips of Applegate drove
Miss Mollie Ray of Ruch was the
A Learned, formerly of this city, is R ogue R iver V alley
into Jacksonville Monday on business. guest of Mr. and Mrs. Benj. M. Collins
in farming near Provolt,
Mrs. C. Reuter and daughter were this week.
Josephine county. .
Thursday morning passengers to Med-
A bstract -T itle C o
Grant Matthews of Foots creek was
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Helms and Miss
a business visitor at the county seat
(I ncorporated )
Geraldine Rukes spent Sunday with
Ira Tungate of Butte Falls spent Saturday.
friends in this city.
several days of this week in Jackson
Dr. J. W. Robinson and daughter.
Only new up-to-date Abstract
Miss Dorland spent Sunday afternoon j C. F. Young and J. C. Hall of Med-
Plant in Jackson County.
Attorney Clarence Reames was at | in Medford.
ford transacted business at the sheriff’s
Phone Jacksonville 11.
the ctiQhrty seat the beginning of the
Money to loan on improved, revenue office the fore part of the week.
Home Phone Jackson 2005
producing farm», bu the Hank of : Mi’s. Grace Pearce of Medford spent
Medford, Pacific Main 2511
Attorney Gus Newbury of Medford Jacksonville.
Sunday with her parents, who reside
transacted business at the court house
Medford, Home 356
Lew Stone of Forest creek was in the Poorman’s creek district.
among the out-of-town people in Jack
S. A. Bullis of the Sterling mine sonville Tuesday. %
left Monday on a short trip to Los
R. J. Jennings of the Applegate
country was calling on Jacksonville
Joe -lohnson has accepted a position friends Thursday.
as shoemaker at Jos. Martin’s place of
Harry Lewis left Sunday for Grants
Pass, where he has accepted a position
Attorney W. E. Phipps of Medford in a butcher shop.
was in Jacksonville for a short time
Prosecuting Attornev E. E. Kelly
was at the court house Monday on pro
Mrs. Benj. M. Collins and Miss Mol fessional business.
lie Ray were, visiting Medford friends
Miss Emma Armstrong, formerly of
this city has returned from Portland
Jos. Brown, the real estate man of and will locate at Medford.
Medford paid Jacksonville a visit FOR SALE—The History of Oregon
in 4 volumes, for less than half price.
W. R. Garrett, the Buncom post
Address, B. B. Jacksonville.
master was in Jacksonville on business
Mrs. H. Cameron was in Jackson
ville Monday evening, en route to her
W. H-.; Barnum and “Toots” Thomp home in the Applegate country.
son motored to Central Point Wednes James Cantrall and Tinnie Combest
of Applegate were calling on Jackson
Money to loan on improved, revenue ville friends the latter pail of the
producing farm», by the Hank of week.
HE real business farmer is the farmer
D. P. Lewis, representing the Lewis-
Attorney H. A. Canady of Medfoid Singer Barber sjpply Co., of Portland
with his own irrigation system. If
was transacting business at the court was calling on local customers Wed
you have that, you are as nearly in-
| (¡it dependent of weather conditions as
* G ' ■ any farmer can be. The one thing
Assessor W. T. Grieves has a force
0. L. Munson, traveling salesman
needful is to have the right kind of an irri
of deputies in the field assessing fur for the Pacific Paper Co. of Portland
gating plant — a thoroughly dependable and
the 1913 tax roll.
was looking after local business Fri
economical one. There is one sure way. See
Rev. Paul S. Bandy moved into the day morning.
the I H C local dealer. Get him to help you
residence recently occupied by W. A.
Misses Ethel and Marie Eifert of
out the right irrigating system and use an
Jones, this week.
Medford were the guests of their
Mr. and Mrs. Art Kleinhammer of sister, Mrs, W. H. Barnum Wedues-
Applegate were in Jacksonville and day evening.
Miss Katharine Clapman left Sat-
Phil Metcham, who owns hotels in urday for Dunsmuir, Cal. She was ac-
to furnish the power. I H C engines can also
be used to run a saw, feed grinder, cream
Portland and Grants Pass was in Jack companied as far as Ashland by her
separator or any other farm machine. They
sonville on business Tuesday.
sister Mrs. M Reeve.
are so durable that their actual length of
County commissioners court was in
Fred Lewis, Bob Finney and Tom
service is not yet known. Their durability and
session for a couple of darys this week, Dunnir.gton watched the home team
economical use of fuel have proved them to
finishing March term business.
wallop the Central Pointers at the ball
be the cheapest engines on the market. Their
Misses Fay Sears and Ona and Eva ga;ne in that city Sunday.
simplicity, ease of handling, and thorough de
Humphrey were gue-ts at the home of
E. Pierce, who has been employed
pendability, h^ve proved them the most satis
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Ulrich Sunday.
on a large ranch at Roseburg, was a
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cameron of visitor in this city Monday. He is on
I H C oil and gas engines are built in sizes
Applegate were in lacksonville and his way to Marysville, Cal.
from 1 to 50-horse power, to operate on gas,
Medford the fore part of the week.
gasoline, naphtha, kerosene, distillate, or
Geo. McGowan of Ashland, repre
alcohol. They are made in vertical, horizontal,
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Iverson of Ward, senting the Equitable Savings & Loan
portable, skidded, stationary, air-cooled and
Calif., were recent visitors at the Association was looking after business
water-cooled styles. Oil tractors, 12, 15, 20,
home of Mrs. Wulf, on Forest creek. ih Jacksonville Wednesday.
25, 30, and 45 and 60-horse power for plowing,
P. M. Kershaw, representing the
Ad. Wolcast, former champion pugi
threshing, etc., and combination outfits, spray
Or gon Granite Co. of Medford, made list of the world in the light-weight
ers, hay presses, pumps, etc., complete the line.
a bu <iness trip to Jacksonville Thurs division, and his manager. Torn Jones,
See the I H C local engine dealer for cata
passed through our city Thursday
logues and any information desired, or, write
W. W. Wham, the expert arcount-
Mrs. T. F Durgey of this ci'
ar who is experling the books of ex
International Harvester Company of America
to leave for Berkley Cel
sheriff W. A. Jones, expects to finish
a id’t r.g the books wi hfb ti.c ..ext
few days, ajter which he will ma. c a Clellan, she expects tc leave a
series of investigations.
Be Independent of Rainfall
Help Fight the
Great Red Plague
Citizens of the state are urged to inform th?mv>lvoi rerar ling
this plague which is causing great suffering among bovs a i l y.ri-ig
men, and especially among the innocent girls an I wi-nen ot tb> ■it i*. i.
PA-ents are urged to protect their children, an 1 orovi I • clean, wh >11-
some information in place of the unclean misinformation they cann >t
now help getting.
Send for any of the following
For Young Men
Circular No. 2— The Four Sex Lies.
Circular No. 9 Sex Truths for Men.
For Older Boys (13 to 18 yrs. of age)
Circular No. 8— Virility and Physical Development.
For Younger Boys
Circular No. 7-The Secret of Strength.
Circular No. 4— A Plain Talk with Girls About Their Health.
For Young Women
Circular No. 10— Physical Development, Marriage and Motherhoxl.
Circular No. /—The Need for Education in Sexual Hygiene.
Circular No. 3 When and How to Tell the Children
Circular No. 5 —A List of Books for Use in the Fatqily on Sex.
Send 2-cent stamp with your address to
The Oregon State Hoard of Health
703 Selling /funding, Portland, Oregon
A big, beautiful creamy-tan
50c. box of writing paper is yours
now for 25c. Come and claim it.
CITY DRUG STORE
By listing- it with u
We are revising our lists rea lv for the
spring trade.. If you have real estate to dis
pose of at a fair price, place it in our hands
for sale, we have a number of prospective
buyers who expect value for their money.
We can sell your property at a price
equal to its full value but do not w
listed at fictitious or •'Boom” price.
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