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: JACKSONVILLE POST
Oflicia. Paper of the City of Jacksonville, Oregon
A weekly newspaper published every Saturday at the county seat of Jackson
County, Oregon. D. W. B agshaw , Editor.
Entered as second-class matter June 22, 1907, at the post office at Jacksonville,
Oregon, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1879.
Did He Deserve
the Name ?
SATURDAY, MARCH 22, 1913
SUBSCRIPTION: One year by mail $1.50. Advertising rates furnished on
COURT HOUSE NEWS
Demurrage Rates $3, June 1
W.B. Corsets 50c,
SI, $1.50, $3
All Wool and Mixed Suitings 50c. to $1 yd.
Special Big Values
By CLARISSA MACKIE
Latest in Jasper and Bro
50c. Values, 35c. Yd.
He rode past Fancher’s place in a
caded Silk Waisting - - -
cloud of dust from the sun baked prai
rie. Nan Fancher, standing in the
Hems of Interest to Jackeon Coun’y
Seattle, Wash., March 15.—Repre shade of the wide veranda, met bls
sentatives of all northern railroads at fierce, dark glance with frightened,
a meeting of the Pacific northwest de timid eyes, and Instantly the savage
murrage bureau here here todaj’ decid tire died out of bls eyes and was re
George S. Lane and Blossom L.
ed to raise the demurrage rate in Idaho placed by a wonderful softness.
Washington and Oregon to $3 a day, | “The bad man!" shrilled little Peter
'.X 0. Larison and Edna G. Willis.
effective June 1. All railroads oper- I ’ Fancher from bls post near the gate.
William A. Morse and Eva G. Brown.
ating in these states favored the '$3' “Hush, Peter!" admonished bls aunt
rate except the Chicago, Milwaukee & severely. ’’You mustn't say such
. tate of Oregon vs John E. Walker. St. Pau).
“But he Is bad." whimpered Peter as
T inscript from justice court Medford
That road did not decline to put it: I the horse and rider disappeared in the
into effect, but asked for consideration. dust. “He Ilves all alone In a little
Kate Willett vs Leonard H. Willett The present demurrage rate in Wash hut over near the big mountain, and be
and Farmers & Fruitgrowers Bank. ington and Idaho is fl, and tn Oregon , bites little boys. Manuel has told me.”
Action for recovery of personal prop $2 a day. Railroad men declare the ‘ Nan related the incident to her broth-
erty or for damages. Complaint filed. rates are so low the merchants have I er and his wife at the noonday dinner.
A New and Complete Line cf
Scrims and Silkelenes for
"Who Is the man? He has an interest
Wood-Curtis Co., a corporation vs been using the cars for warehouse pur
ing face." she added.
Calico, Challies, Etc.
H. T. Haswell.
Action for money. poses, creating a car shortage during
"It’s Gay Ransom; that’s all we know
C mplaint filed.
about him. He’s a sheep herder for
Bieck beyond the mountain. The boys
I. J. Jenson vs V. S. Grout and S.
give him a bad reputation, and bis ap
E iBham, mining partners under the
Notice of Sheriff's Sale.
pearance certainly bears them out.”
firm name of Grout A Isham. Suit to
Mrs. Fancher sent the Chinese cook
foi eclose a lien. Complaint filed.
By virtue of an execution and order of sale duly
issued by the Clerk of the Circuit Court of the Into the kitchen on some errand and
V. J. Emerick vs Newman Moom,
County of Jackson, State of Ort^on dated the spoke In a low tone. "Tz>o Sing has j
Florence B. Moon and Addie A. Wheel Hth day of March 1913 in a certain action in the told me that he lost fifteen chickens
er Suit to declare and foreclose a Circuit Court for the County of Jackson, and last night, Dick, and he is positive that
State of Oregon wherein Lizzie Campbell as Ransom Is responsible for their disap
mortgage. Complaint filed.
Plaintiff recovered judgement against H. C. Bon
J. F. Brooks vs Williamsburg City ney, Anna Boney. P. A. Bonney. Bertha Bonney, pearance."
"Anne, dear.” expostulated Nan. “that .
The People’» Store
Fire Insurance Co.
Suit in Equity. for Four Thousand Three Hundred Twenty
($4320.00) Dollars, with interest thereon from man didn't look like a chicken thief. I
said 1st day of August. 1912, at the rate of 8 per somehow.”
The Jackson County Bank, an Ore | cent pei annum, and $250.00 Attorney’s fees, and
"He's a terror of the pinins. such as I
of all kinds
gon Corporation vs C W. Withoft, M. I whereas a judgment was also rendered in favor I used to rend about In the nickel nov- I
els bidden away In tie garret years
T. Cyster, Carrie B. Cyester, Chas. D.
Schieffelip, Rosa D. Schieffelin, C. V. Anna Bonney, P, A. Bonney and Bertha Bonney i ago." Dick arose from the table and |
for Four Thousand ($4000.00) Dollars with inter- 1 passed a large bronzed band over his |
Beeler. Suit to recover judgment etc. eat thereon from said 18th day of July 1910 at the
sister's sunny balr. "It’s mighty nice
rate of 6 per cent per annum and Four Hundred I
to see you out here. Nan. 1 wish you’d I
($400.00) Dollars attorney’s fees.
your cook. Loo Sing, There s one more
II. K. HANNA
Public notice is hereby driven that I will on shake that old school In the east and
around somewhere. I was counting on
settle down here In Texas.”
MONDAY. APRIL 21at. 1913.
"I'd love to. Dick, now that there
At the front door of the Court House in Jackson- ,
ville. Jackson County, State of Oregon at 10 . are just the two of us left," said Nan receive stolen goods, ot course, U ant
o'clock in the forenoon of paid day sell at Public a little sadly.
"Perhaps I may buy to take him home?"
"If you've paid for him he’s yours.
A society of the Men’s Brotherhood Auction to the highest bidder for cash in hand ' the next ranch to yours and become
the following described real property: The North- j
of course." said Dick in a disbelieving
ha. been organized M'ithin the member west quarter of the Southwest quarter (N W Vi ¡ your neighbor.”
Office in Bank of Jacksonville Building
Will Practise in All Courts in the State
ship of the Federated church at Free of S W •/$) and the Southwest quarter of the i "The next ranch Is In the next coun
Northwest quarter (S W «4 of N WH) of Section '
three (3); the F ast holf of the Southeast quarter wouldn't be a very near neighbor in Loo Sing."
1 he Crook county board of education (EMiofSEVi). the Northwest quarter of the that case. There's plenty of room for
"Stop awhile, yon and the lady, and
has voted to add agriculture and do Southeast quarter (N W V# of S E Vi): and East yon here for a long time to come." and I'll give you n broiled chicken dinner.
mestic science to the present course of half of the South west qua* ter (E Vi of S W Vi) Anne added such an urgent plea that I'm aiming to cook him right away."
"Not today, thank you." said Dick,
study ir the Crook county high school of Section Four (4) and the Nortm ast Quarter of Nan was sorely tempted to extend her
the Northwest q« uter (N E *4 of N W Vi). -f
OREGON and WASHINGTON
an ' to reestablish the normal depart Section i ine (9) ail in Township Thirty Seven* summer vacation Into a permanent with scant courtesy, and the bad man
flushed under his tnn at the implied Office in Ryan Building, California St.
ment, which was discontinued last (37). South of Range two (2) East of Wiliam^**« ' stay.
“1 believe I'll rl«le over to the het-d itwillt ¥nn lankod dutvn at him find
Meridian, in Jaeiraon County. Ordffon, «ccordinir
to government survey. euntutuiuK tnree hundred er's hut and see If I find any chicken met hfs embarrassed glance
A Directory of each City, Town and
Madras Pioneer: An Increasing rum- i and twenty acres, more or less, together w.th all bones." remarked Dick as he left the ed reassuringly into his startled eyes,
Village, giving descriptive sketch of
ber of settlers are arriving in Madias ' the tenements hereditaments and appurtenances room "Good time to Investigate while and there came a surprised look Into JACKSONVILLE
each place, location, population, tele«
fl graph, shipping and banking point;
we-’k after week and filing on home thereunto belonvina or in anywise appertaining. the chap’s away.
Want to come. her own. As she rede iiivny she looked
Fa also Classified Directory, compiled by
steeds in the country tributary to this ! Taken ¡.nd levied upon as the property uf the Nan?”
back more than otice at the lone figure
fl business and profession.
suid defendants or so much thereof as may be
R. L. POLK A CO-
citj —Ashwood and Haycreek.
necessary to satisfy said judgments above men
evening a large party jf neu-comers [ tioned together with all theco.ts and disbur.e- errand was not exactly to her liking. the Inst time she ¡linked he waved his
Attorney at Law
She Mould have preferred that her first hat in friendly farewell. After that
arrived from Washington and other menls that have or may accrue.
.. - - f
llalvd at Jacksonville, Oregon, thia 18th day ride across the brown prairie had a she kept her face straight ahead, her NOTARY PUBLIC AND .CONVEYANCER
A prominent New Yuik physician lays;
of March. 1913.
more agreeable object than the ferret eyes fixed on the triangular space be
' If it were not for the th’n fctockingg rud
Cixjitille Sentinel: The peculiar ad
Office Hours:} ¿?ienoon *
ing out of a chicken thief, but she tween her horse's ears. A little smile
AUG. b. S1NGLER. Sheriff.
min soled shoes worn by women the doctors •
aptability of the woods found on
said nothing as site tossed on a wide played about her lips, and now-and then
.vouid pruLuLly La Lmi ¡ rupt.H When you
the mountai'i sides and in the valleys
gray felt hat and drew on soft leather dimples came and went In her pink
ontract a cold do not w-iit for it to develop
Bank of Jacksonville Building.
of this region for the manufacture of
gauntlets over her white bands.
.uto pneumonía but treat it ut once Cliain-
•aiain’a Cough Remedy is intended especi
As they rode along enveloped In the
thousands of articlej of commerce'
At the ranch Loo Sing was closely JACKSONVILLE,
ally for coughs and co!ds, and has won a
should attract attention and bl ing to IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE dust raised by their own progress Dick questioned mid strongly denied steal
'.vida reputation by its cures of these diseases.
Fancher gave bls sister brief sketches ing his master’s chickens The matter
Look io Y ..«.' I’luinbiag.
us a tin-pail brigade numbering hun
It is most eL’ectual and :s pleasant and Safe
OF OREGON IN AND FOR THE COUNTY
of the neighboring ranches and their was tnlUisI over nt the supper table,
dreds, if not thousands.
Y u know ivhat .,aj " :ii3 in a licuse in to take. I4 ': salo by all denier».—Adver
and Dick threatened to make trouble which the jiluu^iing is u r.'or condition— tisement.
Yaquuia cortespondence of Toledo Gertrude Loraine Norton, plaintiff.
"And. last of all. there’s Bieck's place for Gay Ransom. the laid man.
everybody in the house is il .bls to contract
Le .der: The organization formed bv
"The country Is well rid of such ver- typhoid or some other fever. The digestive
over the mountain. Bieck Is an east
tbe pupils of West Yaquiqa school and i Elmer Howard Norton, defendant.
erner with notions who came out here mln." he muttered as he went to bed. organs perform the same functions in the
itiu wn as the Story club, is rapidly ' Suit in Equity for a divorce.
Two hours later, nt midnight, there human body as the plumbing dues for the
a year ago, bought the ranch, placed
licunc, and they nhouId be kept in first class I We have on hand for sale the following
To Elmer Howard Norton, the above named
a foreman In charge and then went came the thunder of running hoofs on condition
gi wing. Many of the parents are in- ‘ defendant:
all the time. If you have any
ter sttid and they have helped to make i In the Name of the State of Oregon: You are
trouble with your digestion take Cha.uber-
Iain’s Tablets and you are certain to get
th« club a success. A «veekly meeting hereby notified that you are required to apoear
Dick Fancher threw up his window quick relief. For sale by all dealers.—Ad-
"And tills (lay Ransom is one of his
in the almve entitled court and cause and answer I I
is 1 «Id at the school house.
to find the glare of a grass fire red vertisen:'. at.
the complaint of plaintiff therein on file against 1 I herders?" asked Nan.
; Bill of Sale,
I banon Express: The city authori you within ten days from the date of the service j i "Yes; dropped on the country one dening the sky with lurid flickering
ties have ordered a steel road drag and of this summons upon you if serve I within Jack- ! day from nobody known where, with light mid outlining the tall, graceful
will have men and teams at work on | son County, State of Oregon, or if served within 1 s ready made reputation which was form of the laid man ou bis brown
other county of the State of Oregon, then
our «treats with it in the near future. any
within Twenty Days from the date of such ser
"Well, wbat Is It?” he demanded
W. hope some of the road supervise.« vice upon you. or if served by publication, or out man. Peterson lie says Ransom is a
C hattel Mortgage,
wil do the same and get the roads run- of
■ the state, after an order for publication, then tire eater-shoots first and argues sharnlv.
■ •iii-t V PD!;', ¡s .in .1 < Dimtrtes on r.o fee .
Real Estate ontract.
Hing into the city in a little better I on
' or before the last day so prescribed in the aftenva rd."
v.’xl Cupyrigl lsregifl-
order for publication of said summons, which
iFt re«l. Send skeic
A. x'.el or Photo, lor
last day is May 3nL. 1913: and you will take "And to think he would steal chickens
ite . X luti. -.y. L . .K kEFEEENCES.
Fi ver Lake Leader: We are inform i notice that if you fail to so appear and anawet« too!"
Sei ! 2 ernia i i «mr.ipi for invaluable bonk
f'l, .-CW TO
I S l LL PATENTS.
Satisfaction of Mortgage,
ed that two of the Klamath Falls said complaint within said time, pla ntiff will
W hit-li on.«# V .il p-Av. li.
to get n partner,
"See any feathers?" asked Dick as
Talent Wants Creamery.
apply to the above entitled court for an order of
Uw and o< rr valaabM UUonuatkm.
, Real Estate Agents ontract, S
pap rs have been purchased by an * default
and for a decree avainst y«u for the rc-
east jrn capitalist and «« ill be consoli j lief prayed for in her complaint, to-wit: for a | "Nary." sang Nan In the vernacular.
Notice Application for Liquor Liasnse
date d under the management of O. A. j decree dissolving the bonds of matrimony herete ' Dick role close to the hut. suddenly
At reasonable prices. Weintend adding
Steps toward the establishment of R
T i Au/vrns
303 S í ven”?ft.. V':isbh «ton, 0. C.
Moi ria, a former publisher of this i fore and now exist in mt between you and the i sm ooped from his saddle and picked up co-operative creamery at Talent will
other blanks as fast as possible until
paper. We understood the considera plaintiff herein, and to restore her to her maiden 1 the limp and yellow foot of n chicken. be taken at a meeting cf the Talent
the line is complete. Blanks of spatial
name of Gertrude Loraine Dunningrten. and fori
tion was fbO.OUO. He could have had ! su< h other, further and different lelivf si to the |
form printed to order at xhort notice
he said to his sister, dangling the foot
the Leader for half that amount.
; Court may icem equitable.
before her averted face.
F lacadu Progress: W. D. Henthorn This aummons is published in tho Jacksonville
The door of the bitt opened suddenly plan at Talent and vicinity and at this
l Post by order of the Hun. F. M. ( alkm*. Ji dge !
has returned from a month's visit to of the above entitled court, and which order was and the laid mnn stood before them. meeting a’> estimate of the number of
Ca. < : rule Vv onian SenuMly Alarnieu
his Id town of Norton, Kan, He re I made and dated on the 21st. day of March. 1913. He plucked off his hat and held It tn cows owned by those who would join
“A short time *g-> 1 eentsaciefl • M.eru
port.! everything very quiet there, i ut and it « thrt’N'in ordered that you appear and Ills hand, revealing a white forehead the association will be made.
cold which Killed on my lua<e end «acee-l
ue a great deal of annovaace. I would have
Th ■ club will meet on Tuesday even
theie has bre-n v -r> little lit.:nu ement answer th« cut ;■ , of plaintiff on file herein on between the thntcb of his unkempt
or befu’ff the xp -.-tiimui six weeks from the
oa ! u>„. hing »Twila end ray lunge were eo
ing of this week to hear an a ! Ires, by
•inc > he '.. ft b ut tl.iew .«ears ,.ke. . I mo , ret-er.Ud lu --*«id order as the date of the I dark hair and tile tnn of his face.
sore niu KiHamed I began to be eerioudy
"Howdy!” he said amiably. "Will Prof. O'G.ira, the second lecture in a
He slso Buys the people there u..l not ■ tirst publication of this summons.
ala-med. A friend recommended f'hembar-
you come In?"
'•in e Coiirh Remedy, laying ike bad ntad
•cries started tw> weeks ago when
corsitier the weather bad, but it was The date of the first publication of thia sum-
it for - ,arv. 1 bought a bottle end it re
such that he had no desire to return j mons and the date preaeribed in the at’orv? aid the Insulting emphasis he could sum Prof. Reimer spj.ee to the club.
lieved iny er ugb tl.a flr.t night, aad in a
i order for the first puLbcati >n of th's^tumn ons is i
there to live. —Journal.
e.rir I a,a rid of the cold and aorenOMof
j At arch 22 1913. and the date of the last pubi ca- j mon. "I'm Just collecting chicken feet: Tribune.
t.y hinge," writes Mias Marie Gerber, Maw-
tion thereof and on or bef *re which dat • y »u are that's nil. I’ve found two familiar ones
; LILLY Ca ti-lie, Cel. For m I u by all dealer*.—Ad ver-
required to answer said complaint is May, 3rd., right here. Maybe the rest of 'em are
. j.' -si 1 Swttk.
still holding up the chickens, eh?"
Dears’ Lai. in Silve Mine
H. K. >1 INNA.
“If It’s n Joke I've missed it." said
W« offer One Hundred Dollars Ro-
At Jacksonville. Oreg >
Atlt-r.iey f » r the the other quietly
war,. for any case of Catarrh that Plaintiff.
Denver, Colo.. March 18. By trick
ing for chickens around here? This
eant.it be cured by Halls Catarrh
ing a big silver tip b a to his lair.
Isn't n chicken ranch."
"See here. Ransom. Joking aside.” Jack Lynch» a resident of Fa e, C<»<
F. J. CHENET » CO.. Toledo, O.
said Dick, with an entire change of hl.S U m •al d fub'ilouslj rich «river c ••
Wr. ths undcrslimed. I vs l.i wn f J.
Çhci y .V.
manner "I’ve found a pair of my feet
Bini nertectly 1 onorab'e In alt business
* I aufTert'd with rheumatism for two years —my chickens' feet. I menu here In p« b ts near K-igle t’«day, acc’.irii • g to
and finan' 1 U ly abtn to carry
M or . « C< h ed be»e.
y obligations n> ... o l>y I.is firm.
■jorih ( rt ..it leurtii of time,v writes I^ce your yard H»w the dickens d! 1 t' •<
N . IONAL BANK O. •' COMMERCE.
me upon th»' I ar while
•.< ton, Iowa, M1 sutTt'red come there?" lie dangled the f.-et n.i
H* ch ■>s<(i the Hoima
: ' <• |’i i •» I « u 4 n-'t eicep or He still pleasantly <‘lose to tint Kansom's r-i e
n. • Catarrh Cure tv t»'.< n Intern llv
"I'm not »un>ri««sl they enme from in.. ! •K ve,
•rtU <’ leetly u;> a the I.Io< d an.l i-.u-'
1 began using
Cous uriacvB of tu« «yiteni T« »timoni il»
Liniment and in two months your place," said Ransom slowly, "lie- bruin to me out, saw truces
*■" £rk"’ •* ee __
“t» P< r bottle. B. ld k '• "•* rr i ano hare not sutlers) with rheu-
cause, you see, I bought them from silver in the rocks at his leet.
fry• » 1‘rurirtatB.
inaliaui eine«. " For sale by all dealers.— |
T*ki> B a U a ramUy Pilla for coaaUpaUoa.
rush to the spot is expected.
Silk Ratine and Nouveautés 20c. per yard
Ladies Kimonas and House Dr esses a Specialty
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