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About Jacksonville post. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1906-19?? | View Entire Issue (Nov. 29, 1913)
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Officia. 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.
But a True One
Entered aa second-class matter June 22, 1907, at the post office at Jacksonville,
Oregon, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1879.
By LAURA C BURNHAM
bird story still holds
NEW GOODS EVERY DAY
Prepare for Winter and Prosperity
Edward Cotton wns the youngest son
of the Earl of E.lgerton. Between the
SUBSCRIPTION: One year by mail $1.50. Advertising rates furnished on years <tt fourteen mid eighteen ns a
full enjoyment of life. He was u tall
boy, strikingly handsome and u great
favorite. Durlag tills peri,si a love uf-
COURT HOUSE NEWS
fair sprang up between him nn<! Laura,
daughter of Sir Duvlil Hlnebelwood.
It is not alone the people who are in an impecunious baronet ns proud as he
Ittnri» of Intere« to Jackson Coun’y
terested in trade who read advertise was poor. Sir David's main object
ments. Few people nowaday«* buy in life was to marry bis daughter to a
who would be able to lift the
either newspapers or magazines who man
family to its condition of former
do not read these cleverly worded and
Edward Cotton, being a
Charles W. Austin and Mary E. Wil well illustrated bids for business. If years.
younger son In a family nil of whose
you should ask the average person just property was entailed on the oldest
John Grieve and Eliza Pate.
why he or she is in the habit of looking male heir, must of necessity, as soon
over the advertisements, the chances as he hud grown to manhood, shift for
Ralph Haymond and Eva Baker.
are that you would get io direct and himself.
E. D. Rathlum and Julia Dailey.
There wiib absolutely no hope of his
answer; but the real fact
Shipley L. Ross and Etta Williams.
the girl he loved. When he
is, that subconsciouly the public has possessing
was twenty years old he hade her fare
come to regard what appears in the ad well, being about to sail for Australia.
A Car Lead of the Famous Red Ribbon Flour—The
vertising columns as interesting read He looked the matter squarely in the
State of Oregon vs Joe Howard. Tran ing matter.
face, but the girl with feminine faith
kind that turns the housewife’s smile of hope into a
script from justice court Ashland dis
There has been a purposful develop would not admit but that something
ment in the spiiit of advertisement would happen to turn their present
laugh of joy and cures all pastry ills.
State of Oregon vs Jack Miller. Tran Anting that in a considerable measure condition.
"That’s the loveliest tiling about a
script from justice court Ashland dis accounts for all this. Time was when
the sum and substance of the advertis girl.” said the lover; "she's an optimist
In the very face of calamity.”
F. E. Merrick trustee vs A. L. Cu- ing ran to the effect, that there was
Cotton went to Australia more to
sick. Action for recovery of money.
break away from associations that
beat and the cheapest of its kind ever would thereafter be impossible for
Complaint and summons filed.
R. W. Dunlap vs Star Gold Mining offered. Practically the same »r simi him than the Impe of making a for
Company, a corporation. Action to re lar assertion is yet the motif of suc tune. lie bail not inherited business
cessful advertising, but it is embellish instincts mid had no taste for a busi
cover possession of real property. Com
ed by that which interests even those ness life. lie found n position In the
wlo are nut looking for b i g ins. The counting room of a wool merchant
M. Adams vs C. E. Jones and Lelah advertisement story of the day, whe'ti named Olderslmw. but did not retain
Jones. Action for money. Complaint er told in display or solid column, pre it long. Building himself a hut beside
■nd affidavit and undertaking on at sents to us the*latest fashions, current the ocean, he contented himself with
The People’s Store
a small remittance sent him quarterly
prices, business modes that are worth by his father. He wns naturally
Edith Maude Jasmann vs Fredrick studying and understanding, to say of fishing and supplied his table
JaamHnn. Suit for divorce. Conplaint nothing about the reumrkable artistry fish caught In the ocean.
of the printer’s craft, and the clever
Cotton went to Australia In
Big Bend Milling Co , a Washington ness and originality of design on the One day while out for large fish he
caught a shark on Ills line. There was
corporation vs W. L. Harkness et al. part of the advertisement writer.
It is frequently the fact that we something in the fish that he needed—
Suit to auiet title. Complaint filed.
possibly a little oil for his lamp. At
A Typhoon In Japan.
F. B. Kremer vs Geo. H. Stowell. glean sound and useful information any rate, he cut it up A number of
II. K. HANNA
My room un the second door rocked
Suit to foreclose a mortgage. Complaint
ach, among them a folded newspaper. the lull ding could not hold together.
duct rarely told in any other term. A-
I jiwj r
Margaret Allen vs Thomas Allen. bove all there is faith in the honesty , which, though soaked, left the Inner After awhile 1 grew accustomed to
Suit for divorce. Complaint and ordir of the advertisement that formerly 1 sheets 111 tolerable condition. Quite the motion and the noise of breaking
likely it Ivrt'l been thrown from some glass mid dropped off to sleep, but a
for publication of summons.
was altogether wanting. The adver ship the shark wns following for food terrific crash right by my car brought
in All Courts in the State Office in Tank of Jacksonville building
tisement bids fairly for its share of at nnd picked up by the voracious fish. me up with u start. The sheet iron
In the matter of the estate of Elmer tention, and what is more, it gets that Cotton took It to Ills tint mid spread It shutters of my windows had finally
out before a fire to dry. In the even succumbed to the fury of the gale and.
Conger, deceased. Order appointing fur which it bi is.—Telegram
ing after his supper lie took up what although fully right inches outside of
DR. T. T.; SIIAVV
administrator. Bond of administrator
there was of it to read, mnl the first the glass, hud bent in until the win I
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
heading that met his eyes was. dows. sash mid all, lay shattered on
Tin of Lead to Kill
local applications, as they cannot
In the matter of the estate of H. C.
"France Declares War on Germany."
the floor. A drenching torrent whirled Office in Ryan Building, California St. by
the diseased portion of the ear.
There were two Important facts con in through the crack between the re
Kirshhaum, deceased. Order appoint
There Is only one way to cure deafness,
is by constitutional remedies.
ing time and place for probate of will.
Marshal SaX • once si.id that to kill u
sisting shutters, seized a screen ami
Is caused by an Inflamed condi
tion of the mucous lining of the Eusta
In th,- matter of the estate of Augurt soldier took his w< ight in lead, I d spite the breaking out of the Franco Prus hnrlel It dear across the room on to i
chian Tube. When this tube is inflamed
sian war. First, there wns then no
Lawruntz, decease 1. Ord r appointing of the pe fection of modern weapons cable connecting the Island with the my bed mid then seized the lied and
you have a rumbling sound or Imperfect
hearing, and when It Is entirely closed.
war has change! very little in some
administratrix and appraisers.
mainland: secondly, the shark Is a Thou part of the roof took leave and
Deafness Is the result, and unless th» in
can be taken out and thia
very swift swimmer, Cotton had not
restored to Its normal condition,
A Germa i spcct dint, General Rohm, heard of the breaking out of the war slid past my window with the nerve NOTARY PUBLIC^lAND CONV.'.Y ANGER tube
be destroyed forever: nino
rao|::ng clatter of coal pouring into an
cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh,
ha« figured o n the statistics of th,
which Is nothing but an Inflamed condi
HAYMONO-BAKER At the Metho 'ball io of Kin Tchou, wuich preceded nnd did not believe such news had empty steel bln.
Office Hours: ■' J^enoon 9 to 12
reached Australia, lie sat thinking
tion of the mucous surfaces.
B- diwn the typhoon was satisfied
dist parsonage Wednesday Nov. 26.
/ Afternoon 1:10 to 5
We will give on* nundml Dollars tor any ease of
I the siege of 1‘ort Artiur in th.« Russo about the mutter In Ills cabin, mid It wlt'i wil t It laid dune ami moved on
Deafneaa (eansod by catarrhl that cannot boeareSW
R .Iph Haymond and Eva Baker both Japanese War.
HaU'a Catarrh Cure. Send tor circulars, free.
occurred to him from Ids knowledge of out to sea. I retileved my saturated
Bank of Jacksonville Building.
of G >.d Hill.
Bold by Dmgglsta, Tic.
lhe Russian« had 17. VM) man, of the wool business that a European riotlios mid went downstairs. —Melvin JACKSONVILLE.
FlUa for oonaUpatioa.
R » THRU VI —DAILY At the residence whom only .400 wore < ngaged; the Jap
A. Hall In t'entnry.
Early tlie next morning lie went into
of Win. Benedict in South Jackson* anese number,d 3>, 00. 'lhe Russian
the city, saw O’dershaw nnd told him
v lie W ednusday evening at 4:30 Rev. loss was 100 ollici
and 137a men, the
The memory of sleepwalkers Is
Jenkins of the Methodist church E. Japanese lo. t 193 officers and 4071 that mi important event had occurred
cnslomA'y prodi 'iovs on ler the Infill
1) Rathlum and Mrs. Julia Daily.
Oldershnw agreed that if Cotton would
of the dominating impilb-e that
We have on hand for sale the following
The Russians fired 736,000 rounds of tell hJm wlmt It was he (Oldershaw) ence
moves them, There Is nn Instance of
Country School Conditions Bad. rille ammunition an 1 7780 of artillery: would give him half the profit on any a poor nitd Illiterate basket maker.
Ul 1. S C.Í I.L. Fit.
I Uj J’lig'.tAIVglH-
the Japanese figures were 4,000,000 and wool he bought or sold on account of who Wns unable to read or write, yet
¡st-reti. Scutl y’
••I or l'l.tiM, tor
ny. Pi. i riapra ct-
In a state of sleep lie would preach
Portland, Ore., Nov. 28.— ‘‘I found
fluent sermons, which wen« afterward
Se I 2 .• ? .i f
Assuming that artillery caused 18 paper
f r invaluable bonk
n '. jv/ . j c
Wool was selling i«t 18 cents n pound, recogul'ed ns having formed portion«
th ■ country schools in Jackson, 1). ugla« per cent of the losses and ride fire 82
and Josephine counties in very bad per cuit, it too. 151 shell* or 3390 bul
condition, in gome imtunces indescrib lets to put a Russian out of action, hand lie hml,scarcely completed his bear In the parish chu-j-h ns a rill'd
Quit Claim Deeds,
ably fikhv,” reports Mrs. Katherine while a Japanese fell for every 10' purchases before n ship came In with more thru forty years before. Quite F
< hattel Mortgage,
the news of the declaration of war tie ns strange n ense of "nnconsriom-.
Kelly, visiting nu>se fur the state shells or 214 bullets. Counting the tween France anil Germany.
memory" 1« referred to by Dr. Aber Ä303 Seventh Lt., V.’.ish:nt;ton. 0. C.
board of health w ho haa been spending weight of tlie Japanese projectties, it
The wool that Ohlershaw had bought crombie. A girl given t > sleenwnlklng
Real Estate ontract,
■ome time in the tt ree counties, inves took 22» pounds of artillery ammuni In pence he sold In shillings. lie made wns In the habit of Inilt itlng the violin
tigating sanitary c millions in the lion to disable a Ru-sian, or 7o pounds i a fortune for himself and one for Cot with her lips, glvlmx the p’-e’lmlnary
Location Notice- Quartz,
: ton. The war was of short duration, tuning and aernpfmr and tlonrlahln.’
of rille bum.tr.
“Teachers are negligent and refuse
file fuinou- ol I Marshal wis not far nnd fortunately the wool was sold with the Utmost fidelity. It ptv:z!e«1
R «1! iSit it * A ’ 11.« i'. i itr et.
to taau the respo isibdity for keeping wrong, after all. '¡he changes iti the
Notice Application for Liquor License
the schools up. The supervisors pro art of war have made no change in men. ed his profits within a few months certnlticd that when a child she lived
Fpanking will not cure children of At reasonable prices. Weintend adding
videtl tor by the lust legislature ch *uld And it is on the m n themselves that after lie had caught the shark that In n room adjoining n fiddler who often
had brought lilm Ills luck mid a few performed op hi« violin In her hearing. w,tt ng the bed, because it is not
other blanks as fast as possible until
help out mure a d keep the schools depends the degree of punishment they days Inter sailed for England.
hal it but a dangerous disease. T
the line is complete. Blanks of special
Clean," she sts’ed to Dr. Calvin S. cat« stand.
He found his love still disengaged,
C. H. Rowan Drug Co., Dept 1475, : form printed to order at short notice
White, alate health officer, under
If the men are br ive they will submit but resisting her father's efforts to In
A Faint Hearted Poet.
whose direction the inspection trips to considerable Hisses; if they are cow duce her to marry the son of a rich
Samvel Rogers, the English poet, Chicago, Iil., have discovered a JACKSONVILLE POST.
ards or are badly t ruined or I d they brewer. There had been no news re whose house In London was noted ns a strictly harmless remedy for this I
Mrs Kelly reports that the cleanest will retire after sustaining slight loss ceived tn England of Cotton having literary center, was very fond of the
distrssing disease and to make !
suddenly made a fortune, nnd when he society of ladles anti wns n groat fn
smi best kept school and also the most es. — Ex.
known its merits they wilHicnd a 50c.
fai Ry school were both in Josephine
county. The first is taught by an
package securely wrapped and pre I
Makes a Statemen t
from tolling of Ills wealth, fearing that to regret not having done so. Rogers'
Dio in Rescue at Sea
em iteen-year-oid lady le teller from I
his explanation a« to how he had ac •'nearest approximation to the imp- paid Absolutely Free to any reader
advise people who have
quired it would not l>e believed.
tlal tie" was w'tli a girl whom ho of The Jacksonville Tost. This re I stomach or bowel trouble to see •
M my vises of contagious skin dis-'
Laura Hlnchehvood wns delighted thought to be the most lientltifnl he
eases were lound and will be treateil San F ancisco, Nov 2 -Tlie steam-' with Ills return, though she had no had ever seen. At the end of the Lon medy also cures frequent desire to doctor. But to thosa who do not wish
« ■ I’ « «di««it ni tne Pacific Coast line Idea that it meant liny change In their don sens-ui she sold to Idin nt a ball
urinate and inability to control urine to do thia we will any: try I he mixture
by il.e coU'ity health offi «ers i ■
tl,e cuHi-s have : e< Il i pul l
"I go tomorrow to Worthin:'." Tie d: I during the night or day in old or of simple buckthorn bark, glycerine
a« .. . >o
n .od iy, h iving sus- fish story she thought that something not go with her. Some months after young. The C. H. Rowan Drag Co. etc., known as Adler-i-ka. This simple
pel go" i ., oun
-kill il ca e r
i ew remidy is so powerful that JUST
«md ... Sviivus dam ge butletir.g the had happened to turn Ills brain, but wan!, being nt Rnnelagh, lie saw that
p«,l ltd. in Cans wl.c.'c «he. e til
is an Old Reliable House, write to ONE DOSE relieves sour stomach, ga a
when he showed her Ills batik account
ace I uml the vendition Sceiiia tu ÜU storm in which three seamen ami a pas ns evidence she was staggered. At the nttentloil of every one was drawn
them today for the free medicine. on the stomach and constipation
toward a large party that Imd just eii
senger were 1 s titty miles off Coos
general, it is repirlel.
last he Induced her to believe that he tered. In the center of which wns a
Cure the afflicted members of your INSTANTLY. People who try Adler-i.
was really rich nnd had made hts lady leaning on the nrm of her bus
ka are surprised at its QUICK act it n.
< I .retire Leacham the dead steerage money by this streak of sheer luck.
band. Stepping forward to six* this family, then tell your neighbors mid The City Drug Store.
$95,630 for Salem Schools
passenger, wk« washed overboard by a
Having convinced her. he was not wonderful beatify, he found It was h's friends about this remedv
htavv sea Three member of the crew afraid of any one else Str David love. She merely said. "You nevei
Taxpayers of school district 21 wi 1 J. Shane, fourth officer; O. Junack, Rlnchelwood when lie wns assured of | came to Worthing "
quar ei-n.iitei, nnd H. Hansen, aea- the truth, having found the fortune he ,
be .'..keU for $9», 61.) al
ni '«, went to h.s rescue and were wns looking for. was nothing loath to I
ni ■ t,ng in tim high aeii ><
when then small boat was ov give his daughter to the .voting man
vv- <i. ig. Tina au.ii r p «
Edward Cotton purchased an est ite I Wife- Yon d<«-elv,-d me. When yo ;
er vi.elmed by the waves.
IvV.- o, > 3 mills. La<i y
near that of his oldest brother, who married me you «ahi yon had n lob < n
had by this time Inherited the family the road Flub-Well, so I line: o:d'
11.» cl s aut I «. zi-, a I vy
Cough 5i • lci< i»-f C<. tdr-a.
title, and he Is now the flminrial main It's a long time in arriving. Baltimore
u Il gav« 11« 11 111
Toou.uc.ic . eon'0« I u <1 in f leeting stay of the earl and Sir David lllnch American.
t I : $113, ..JO, u.el .. n,
a cough ni. .1'. •v f-'r . '«’Itxn. It should e! wood.
L en, bu t, man
I » picHsant lo take iit.iii. !i< harmful mi>-
The Rothschilds of London made a
-t ncoatulb. .. t. ’ « u.-'. <''.Httilwrlaiu's
Willie r-iw. what 1« a freethinker?
/ ....-ns ¡l.i-o h pn.cturuu large fortune by receiving news In nd i Tnw—An unmarried man. uiy son.
Don't | <>s: uoh ght.y, fcrawlvtl n t <•. and is a favorite with the n: «there of Young rance of the eventful battle of Water I
Maw—You go to bed, Willie.— Cineln
es when you can have them neatly children ever« «here. For sale by all Dea loo.
printed at thia office fora small charge. lers.—Advertisement.
SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 29, 1913
THE WCRLD IS GROWING BETTER
Our Great Line of General Mer
chandise is Unsurpassed for Variety,
Quality and Low Prices and Busi-
ness is the Best in Our History
Fair Treatment, Honest Methods
and Hearty Good-will to all who
come our way Call or phone 144
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