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NEW GOODS EVERY DAY
Officio.. Paper of the City of Jacksonville, Oreyon
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.
SATURDAY. DECEMBER fi. 1913
Bv MABT’IA PVERSHAM
Prepare for Winter and Prosperity
When I was n girl of seventeen
was far older than my years. Youni
SUBSCRIPTION: One year by mail $1.50.
Advertising rates furnished on fellows of my own age seemed to mi
what they really were—beardless boys
They were full of spurts mill nonsense
NEWS M’Kinsfry Grants Pass Mayor whereas I was philosophically Inclined
I loved to talk with men who knew i
great deal more than I did—men wb<
Grants Pass, Ore., Dec. 2—E. T. Mc could talk learnedly ou a variety o
Item« of Interest to Jackson County
Kinstry was elected mayor of Grants subjects. Thus I was thrown in witt
Pas3 at yesterday’s election by a ma those who were usually double my age
But my intimacy with such person:
of three votes over A. A. Port
was entirely Intellectual.
er. Only 1,073 of a possible 2,000 votes
akin to love was excited by any ol
Frank Hammond and Iva Martin.
were cast in the city, there being no them
Imleed. many of them hat
Newton Grant Moore and Elma Irez issue in the campaign.
passed middle age and were Incapabl!
of sympathizing with a girl in he!
teens. While It was true that I haf
Youth’s Companion Calendar
intellectual cravings. It was also trm
In she matter of the estate of Alex
tlmt I was still a young girl. There
ander D. Graham, deceased.
were times when I wished for com
The publishers of The Youth’s Com panionship
with young persons. Bui
appointing administrator and appprais-
panion will,* as always at this season, I was rather inclined to be young witt
ers. Bond filed.
present to every subscriber whose sub them than that they —I refer to th«
scription is paid for 1914, a Calendar men— should be young with mi. What
for the new year. It is a gem of ca - 1 mean Is Unit there Is n certain dig
PRESERVE THE FORESTS
endar-making. The decorative moun nity in a young man tlmt a girl leftist
ting is rich, but it is subordinated to for in one whom she would t-onstdei
seriously as a possible life companion
Lumbering Greatest Manufac the main purpose to produce a calendar
When I was hiim’teeb my father de
that is useful.
elded tha’t I should finish my edu'-atior
by a trip abroad. We sailed one Feb
WAry morning for Naples, intending
Notice of Final Settlement
to work our way northward with tb‘e
Washington, Dec. 2—According to IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE STATE OF opening spring, spending thfi M't sum
OREGON.IN AND FOR JACKSON COUNtY.
E. T. Allen of Portland, Oregon, lum
tiler months In SwItWrfcVnd. On reach
In the Matter of the Estate of Ing Naples, wlivn we were going ashore
bering is the greatest American manu
Jennie Mahoney, a Deceased Person.
in the ship’s tender, I noticed a young
facturing industry and is exceeded on
Public Notice is Hereby Given that
ly bv agriculture in supplying the es M. C. Mahoney, the administ-a or of matt whose hall’ had evidently turned
sentials of life. In an address before the estate of Jennie Mahoney, de- prematurely gray. Never have I seen sc
striking a contrast between a young
the conservation congress today Mr. ceased, has rendered, presented and
filed for settlement in the above en- face and white hair. He appeared tc
Allen called attention to the compara titled court and matter his final ac-
be recovering from an illness
tive lack of the puclic’B knowledge of count of his administration of the saiil opposite me in the boat, and for the
tne economics of subjects which touch estate and that Monday, the 5ch day life of me 1 could not keep my eyes
each individual so closely as forestry of January, A.D. 1914. at t|ie hour of off Ills contrasting features, ne knew
10 o’clock A. M. of said dav at the
ai d lumbering.
court room uf the abuvo entitled court, that I was looking at him. and this
Mr. Allen is a forester of the wes- at the court house tn Jacksonville, fixed Ills attention upon me.
We drove from the custom house t<
tern forestry and conservation associa Jackson County. State of Oregon, has
tion, an organization of lumbermen been duly appointed and fixed by Order the hotel, our party of three In an ope
of the Judge of the above entitled cab loaded down with hnurl baggage
whose principal activity to the protec I court as the time an i place f-.r hear-
Auto- Hall uCinatierii
On the way we passed another ent
II. K. HANNA
Answering tile question "Will you
tion of their holdings from fire. A ing of objections to said account and
containing the white hailed yntitig
large part of the association’s efforls report and for the settlement thereof man Again we exchanged glances nt please explain how n person is lifted
by four pel-sous placing their index
art direc.ed to making the public real and of said estate.
he drove by us. and when we brought
CVS NEW BL RY
All persons interested in said estati
ize the loss which each individual suf I are H--reby Notifie I that all objections up nt the hotel entrance he was get I lingers under liis shoulders and legs
by merits of slight lifting force at
fers, directly and indirectly from for , to sai-l final account or any item there
ting out of his cab to enter the house j
time of Inhaling a lung breath by each
est destruction. In this connection he jo- must be fil.d or made on or bef-ri
I confess I was secretly pleased that ' pel’s, ii :.:nl by the person about to be
Will Practise in All Court? i-- the Stai.
we would In- nt the same nlddlng place I
pointed out tl.at forest preservation! - 'he date and tim apnoinred for su h
hearing as set f -rtl herein ahove
That very evening an neqmifntiini'«
can nut be coducted wholly by business
New York Ajjiei-lcnn says:
Date of the first t. llication hereof of my
father Introduced the youns
managers ur boards of uirectors. ‘‘It H December C>;b. A D. 913
"I have teen asked this question
mnn to ns ns George Caruthers, telllnc
is a mutual cooperative enterprise,” I
M. C. MAHONEY.
mr.ny times. If a person actually has
ns that he had been III mid was trnv been lifted mid those iliing the lifting
he said, “requiring daily participation i
cling for hfs health
The Introduce! think Hint the ’law of gravity is par
H. K. HANNA,
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by all concerned. The American for
Residiu r at Jacksonville, Oregon, wont 1 be gr.-itefitl for ntiv attention Wf
Building, California St. I by local application«, as Uiay easaat
est polity must exist not because a few attorney for the estate.
teach the diseased port lea at tka «u,
might show ills friend. Mother sympa under self hallucination or auto sug
There is only uue way to «a» CaafaaM
say it Bhould, but because a majority
thized with Mr Caruthers, n strange! gestion in so fur as their impression of
«nd that la by cenaUtuMaaa! raaaadtM.
nearness la caused ky aa 4aAaai«d waSMa
of citizens understand what is needed
of Sheriff's Sale
lifting Is concerned. They actually
lion ot the mucoua Limns ai U
and why it is needed arid put the poli
made quite a pet of him. and before lift fur more than they think, but they
ehian Tube. When Uxki taka k>
By virtue of an «-xecution and on!er of Halo is
you hava a nunbUM) «
we left Naples, ho having no deflnits will not admit tills, ns they are par
cy into effect.’’
sued out of and under the seal of the Circuit
hearing, and when JI
plans, she Invited him to travel with us tially sell’ liallucinnted in the belief
Peafnesa Is th« result,
Court of the State of Ot’ear-’O for the County o
Attorney at Law
Hammatlon eaa ba ta
A party traveling for pleasure be that the body of the person Will rise.
.Tosenhine. in a certain cause therein ptndin.-
lube restored te ltd aordhal •
bearing will be destreyed f«r«v
Nailing The Lie
Case« out ot tea are cauaad by
judgment awain. t W F. Horn. F. F. Johnson
of form the only way of making new the man two Inches they think it it
!a nothin« but aa tnlaia«
and W. S. Wood as defendants for the sum of
Office Hours: 5 forenoon 9 to 12
old friends, if I may be allowed the foot. Anin Imllm imilion is a fetnarkfi-
tlon of the mueou« aurfaeea.
Three hundred und no-100 Dull.* with interest' expression. Is travel In company with
«I t « Ona HnSra« !>n«M fee a
hie mentologli-.il phellem-boh nhd is
Another bd-iiness man who saw no thereo ■ al the rate of 10 percent perannumfrom 1 others I was during a sojourn In the now being studied by mentalists here
Ball * Catarrh Cars Bol ftiSmlta, Ns
April 22nd. 19X anti Fifty Dollars attorneys fees ]
r. Jmarwr. aeo, Taua^okJa.
h ti-m in misrepresenting goods through
principal Italian cities from Naples tt and In Europe with minute care and
and the further su n of Ten and no-100 Dollars, ,
Sold by DraxailM. tte.
tiio- medium uf advertisements has been co-tts and disbursements, which said judgment] Milan and on the railways connecting research."
Tab« Hall’» Xaally FUla tn liaCwlIt«
m de to realize that his lack of mora’ was enrolled and docketed in the otfRe of the I
Foooshn«-)« of Betting.
I •--ceplion is costly. Forty dollaiB wa Josephine County Clerk on the 14th day of Oc Caruthers. It seemed to me that there
tober. 1913. and was later on the 25th day of Nov- i was as great a rout rust In Ills disposi
Ilefng firmly convinced that a cer-
the price in this instance first an-
ember, 1913. duly assigned to W. S. Wood and , tion ns there was In his outward fea titin contest would terminate In con
n lunced by the Municipal Court and la which execution was 'directed and delivered to |
tures. He had the quiet dignity, the fortuity with bls opinions, a farmer In
ter confirmed by the Circuit Court. me as sheriff of Jackson County, Oregon, coni- depth of understanding of a man and
We have on hand for sale the following
New York slate wagered Ids new auto
•Moreover there was a little lecture
¿J-x&Sx J-Allskár t*
the freshness of youth. These accord mobile ne. Inst a wheelbarrow on the
of said defendant and to satisfy said judgment,
.. unir:.-«cit Kc see.
which went Hlong with the Circuit
ed admirably with hfs appearance. He result of the contest ill question—and
: r-uiit s.s.s, ...
costs and attorney's fees, 1' have levied upon
semi >i.. •• i, ?■ >>«fol or I’noto, for
Court's judgmeiit, just ny way of trim the following deacr hed real property, t« -wit. had. too. a way of falling In with my lost. Giving up the property, he grim
F.tus repoh Ton ' - ni-ii.t iiy. Pnimtpract*
*rï i< .• exclusive ly.
mings. It was proclaimed as part of
moods When I wished him serious he ly trudged seven miles to his home
The Southwest Quarter of the Northwest Quart
Set. I 3 « • f Li s nv a f .r Invaluable bonk
Bill of Sale,
1 . jA/ i > G /. « . I E-.UL FATENTS,
the court’s policy that similar appeals er of Section 15 in Township 38 sooth of Range 2. was serious; when I preferred that be Probably his family noticed that lie
» i ‘-i ii ori x. i i , 1 t to get. n partner,
West of the Willamette M> ridinn in Jackson should be youthful he was youthful
had a grouch too. Considered in the
’.Jt L. . f.Ll g ... . a .¿uable îulor.HiHiuE. il
would be met with similar results.
These persons with young faces and culm, clear, ••old light of pure reason,
Thia case was one of those old-fash*
$ Ms V ve ¡¡¡'J* Ö
Public Notice is Hereby Given, that I will on
white hair nre very deceptive ns tfl the gelitlenmn succeeded In proving
Quit Ciaim Deeds,
i i.cd. “all-wool’’ affairs that proved
MONDAY, JANUARY. 5th, 19 I,
their age. I angled with Mr. Ciiru himself n near relative to a California
< hattel Mortgage,
to be half cutton. It fell under the ban at the front door of th-■ Court H ”«•» in Jackson-'
¿>303 Stvcn'.h St., Washington, D. C.
thers to draw from him his age. 1 cnnnry—otherwise known ns a donkey.
Ack now ledgement«.
u! the law ax recently enacted, thanks vilL*. Jackson County. Ore -on, nt the hour of 9:39 I elicited certain bits of Information Ilad lie won the bet tlie result would
Real Estate ontract,
to'lie finer advertising conscience uf o’clock A.M. of said day, sell at public auction, ' from him with the Intention of put have been pretty much tlie same, for
all of the right, title, interest and «»state of the
th- time and state; and that which a altove nam* d defendant in smd premies, subject ■ ting them together anil thus deducing betting is not argument, evidence or
Location Notice... Quart«,
few years ago would have been I inked to redemption as by law p ov.d«s), to the highest ; how old he was. Bnt he soon dhlctd proof of anything. It adds no force,
Satisfaction of Mortgage,
upon as a
harmless, business-like bidder for cash, to satisfy the said iudgnu-nt ami | m.v Intention «id gave his answer In power or dignity to any opinion or set
judgment f<M costs.'iisbursemanls ami attorney’s j a way to defeat tn.v put-pone.
Then of opinions. It Is merely the outpour
Rsal Etc it; tfjiic« Ci'itraet,
str- tching of the long-bow is an actun'
Ing of the gambling spirit, anil that Is
he would laugh at me for tny failure
offense which cusís money a.t a penal
Notice Application for Liquor Lice«»«
Datel this 1st day of December, 19«T.
Spanking will not cure children of
We rem-hed northern Italy In a cou a spirit that has led many n man to
W H. SINGLFR.
At reasonable prices. We intend adding
utter beggary who might have adorned
wetting the bed, because it is not a
Sheriff of Jackson County, Oregon, j
There are few laws, governing what
other blanks as fast as possible until
By E. W. WILSON. Deputy.
I newly made friend hud quite recovered a home and ornamented a community.
we term as minor offenses that will
habit but a dangerous disease.
the line is complete. Blanks of speoial
prove of more widespread benefit than
form printed to order at short notice
C. H. Rowan Drug Co., Dept. 1475,
naturally florid, and the contrast be
Don't post unsightiv, scrawlod notic tween liis face and Ills hair under his
this which penalizes the man who do-
Chicago, Iil., have
libi-ratly lies in his advertising, The ; es when you can have them neatly - Improved coiidltlou was yie greater.
Courtier and Poet.
strictly harmless remedy for this
benefit i< to tne public who reads the printed at this office fern small charge. I He was always close shaven, but I
Louis XIV., having shown Bolleau
distrssing disease and to
could see that his beard did not par some verges of Ills own composition,
advertisement and to the business man ■
take of the color of Ills hair. But even demanded Ids candid oplnluu about
who h is it printed that the public may ;
known its merits they will »end a 50c.
I-'xervise to he beuellchil must do this was difficult to determine, for his them.
rea I it. It is difficult to say which of
be ird was evidently meager and of a
"Sire.” answered the pov*t. 'your maj
these will | is>flt the m >«t bv huresty of
paid Absolutely Free to any reader Jacksonville people have found out
Fl:' t It mu«t «lightly Increase the light hue.
at.. • .ne.it.
Mtri-ugth nn.'t force of the heart beat,
It is well tilgh impossible for a young
of The Jacksonville Post. This re that A SINGLE DOSE of simple buck
1 l:e p .b i- will bo pla.l to know thnt «•> i-< Io I .pnne the eliculiitl m ami ■min to travel In i-ompany with a did It so well that you proved that
nothing is Impossible to your majesty I”
medy also cures frequent desire to thorn bark, glycerine, ete., as com
tin st.-ti nu-nts it reais in
, ....... v w,tll any temleli. \ to sluggish- yming girl without an affair of the
pounded in Adler-i-ka, the German
c- onus are to h.. > ! I ,i
. I c u-a.i In-.'
urinate and inability to control urine
heart, mid our case was no exception
and stumach remedy, relieves
su' h inform
ci • aiwnl-r
v du -
t-'-.-'ii! It o «t
.lightly quicken George Caruthers pnqstsed to me on
“You will admit a wise man some-
during the night or day in old or
constipation, sour stomach or gas «o
' I'eutlilug rate so that Lake Letuan Just before we reached times changes Ids mind ?’’
ie«« u I ■
t is -I .Ido, I’c.u i.-i i, < s nil i. js ii I'
young. The C. H. Rowan Drug Co.
the stomach INSANTLY. This simp)«
In reply I told him that I
nía-i profits hi Hie in i-...sod co link..ce i - ioii > puie air Is drawn Into the lungs Geneva
"Yes." replied Senator Sorghum
is an Old Reliable House, write to mixture became famous by curing ap
m loft behind.
his wnrdrots'. But
of ’he public: whereas when the e in
Third It must stimulate Into nor- Will ■t> was now an attraction would In doing so he avoids popular attention
them today for the free medicine.
pendicitis and it draws off a surprising
the advertisement went unchallenged
innl activity the myrlails of glands tn one day be n detriment. When he lie- ns much as possible."- Washington
amount of old foul matter from the
the advertiser who t-| i the tr ith wn- I the skin whose duty It Is to rid the
Cure the afflicted members of your
gan to grow old he would look far old- Star.
body. It is wonderful how QUICKLT
li'.eiv to s iff .-r the samo as the o lier 1 body of a |xirt of the poisonous sub
er tiiut. he was on account of hts white
it helps. City Drug Store.
fellow who was utterly indi Terent to , stances constantly being form«! with hair. He took off his hat with one
friends about this remedy.
Storm« of Life.
truth. It has been said that the troth in us.
baud atul with flu- oilier pulled off tils
As storm foil wing storm and wave
Practically any exercise, if carrh-d scalp ami an overlay of white hair, succeeding wave-rive additional hard
should not be tul I at ail times, but un
der the law. it is well to remember out with tlie correct degree of moder displaying a head of short, thick blond ness to the shell that incloses the
ation. will accomplish these results hair beneath.
pearl, so do th«- storms and waves of
ttiat this dues not apply to advertising I
anil so deserves tlie term "beneficial
"A wig!’ I exclaimed.
life add fon-e to the character of man
exercise." The trouble Is that Itululg
"A wig." he replied "After leaving
•al In past moderation almost every America. In consequence <>f fever, my
Flag Bunting Test.
form of exorcise can <1< a more harm
hair liegan to come out. and Imfurv
The United States government's test
Congh Medicin-) Ct-v Children.
than good. New York \V< .rid.
reaching Naples ft was iu-m-l. all gone
for color In bunting Is six hours’ Im
Too muih ca • corro- b n. rd in selecting
The unit wig I could get <>n the ship mersion In salt water and six hours'
• r--J. h mt-dii w fur .-niidren. It «houli!
w:i« this one. and «Hi >• Knowing von exposure to the sun.
!>., )>!< mani le take, contain no harmful aub-
Ihi tint talk slsmt vi.ii
cotu and i-o tig with »on •-ou-taiitt.« I have
itai .-sad be .liuti ilice ual* Chamberlain’«
It .-an be done ».
Coi -U Ritma» meets thXM requirement« tinny
mor« tint liked t<> change It ’’
TTe Is not many who yields to (Its of
and *• a favorite with the mothers of young Mtlafni-t.irlly after you
Singular that I should have bveq anger, but he who wields comjiosure
children everywhere. For aal« by all D m - LlppliKott'».
uiggbt bv a wlc Isn't It?
and kindness.-Marcus Aurelius.
THE WCRID /S GROWING BETTER
Our Great Line' of General Her
chandise is Unsurpassed for Variety,
Quality and Low Prices and Busi
ness is the Best in Our History
A Cur Load of the Famous Red Ribbon Fluur---The
kind that turns the housewife’s shiile of hope into a
laugh of joy and cures all pastry ills.
Fair Treatment, Honest Methods
and Hearty Good-will to all who
come our way Call or phone 144
The People s Store
D. W. BAGSHAW
Bowel '1 rouble