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flogs when watching things keep
nno of their fore paws doubled up be
Officia. Paper of the City of Jacksonville, Oregon
rnuse in their wild state they wert
used to approaching their prey step
A weekly newspaper published every Saturday at the county seat of Jackson tby step nnd kept one paw’doubled up
County, Oregon. D. W. B agshaw , Editor.
to be ready to advance It with all pos
slide caution at the next opportune
Entered as second-class matter June 22, 1907, at the post office at Jacksonville, moment. This habit of crawling to
wnrtl tlielr prey, advancing cautiously
Oregon, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1379.
while preparing to rush or spring, may
be observed in the meeting of two
SATURDAY. DECEMBER 13. 19/3
Young and old, rich and poor, all are busy with plans
flogs, strangers to each other, any day.
SUBSCRIPTION: One year by mail $1.50. Advertising rates furnished on particularly in the country. The dog
to mik? others happy and
who sees tin* other first, after giving
» him a cautious look. Invariably lowers
his head nnd tries to conceal himself
COURT HOUSE NEWS NOTICE OF SHERIFF’S SALE by crouching, a maneuver necessary
Bv virtue of an execution and order] In the wild state. It’s continued now
of sale issued out and under the seal i adays either )n play or as n matter of
Item* of Intere« to Jackson Coun’y , of the (. ircuit Court of the State of cxpisllent. Either the dog Is preparing
Oregon for the County of Linn, in a for an attack or by lying down gives
certain cause therein pending wherein
First National Bank of Albany, Ore notice Io the other dog that he is
Our Holiday Stock is composed of a big line of Staple and Fancy
& gon, as plaintiff recovered judgment friendly and doesn't care to fight—
•against W. K. Price, as defendant, for Boston Herald.
Common Sense Merchandise, including desirable gifts for father,
Ray F. Bolirg and Vinal McReynolds. the sum of One Hundred Fifty and no-
100 Dollars and costs and accruing i
mother, brother, sister or sweetheart.
Walking and Muscular Work.
costs, which said judgment was en The muscnlnr work performed in the
rolled and docketed in the office of the J simple act of walking is milch greater
F. E. Merrick trustee vs Wm. A. County Clerk of Linn County, Oregon, I than most of us have any Idea of
on the Sth day November, 1913. Which
Aitken. Action for recovery of money. execution
was directed and delivered to Walking at the moderate rate of three
me as Sheriff of Jackson County, Ore miles nn hour is equivalent to lifting
Etta C. Wharten vs John G. Whar- gon, commanding me to sell the per- the body perpendicularly through one-
or real property of said defen twentieth of the distance walked, if
ten. Snit for divorce. Complaint and , ’ sonal
dant and to satisfy said judgment and the person walk one mile nt the rate
costs. I have levied upon liie follow mentioned the amciiht of work done
Victo E. Beno vs T. C* Norris et al. ing described real property, to wit:
at the Southwest corner would be equivalent to lifting the body
Suit to quiet title. Complaint and sum of Commencing
the William Hughes Donation Land perpendicular!' through a distance of
Claim number forty-eight (48) Section 264 feet. Supposing n person weighing
Medford Grocery Co. vs Ireland Ci . Twenty (20) Township Thirty-six (36) 150 pounds walks five miles, ho Is do
South of Range Two (2) West of the
gar Co. Action for money. Complaint ' Willamette Meridian and running Ing work which equals the lifting of
nearly eighty eight tons one foot high
Foods of supreme quality, virgin pure. Fruits, Vegetables,
I thence South Two Hundred Ninety- Yet all the movements of walking are
four (294) Feet, thence East Qne Hun In the case of a healthy person, per
Candies, Etc. Call or phone 142.
F. B. Rodes vs S. J. Erdman. Ac dred Seventy-three and one-half (173’4)
tion to recover money. Complaint ■ Feet, thence North Two Hundred formed quite siiliconsciously. so that
Wishing one and all a very Merry Christmas
Thirty-four (234) Feet, thence East all the muscles employed in the act
Two Hundred Eighteen and one-half are actually exercising and develop
F. E. Merrick trustee vs John H. (•18%) Feet, thence North Sixty $60) Ing themselves.
Butler. Action for recovery of money. feet, thence West Three Hundred
Ninety-two (392) Feet to place of be
Life Passion of an Artist-
"1 do hot believe iii any real enjoy
Also beginning at the Northeast cor
C. Peterson, N. W. Lance and Fred
of the John Peninger Donation ment outside of work, or interest be
Riedel, doing business under the firm 1 ; ner
Land Claim number Seventy (70) longing to It." G. F. Watts said.
name of Lance & Co. vs John A. Fitz- Township Thirty-six (36) South, Range
The People*8 Store
When he was young hi' lised to for
gibbons. Action for money, Tran- Two (2) West of Willamette Meridian sake Ills bed. bcefitise sleeping In com
script of judgment, justice court Gold and running thence South on the East fort robbed Idin of the first dayllghi
boundary of said claim Twelve (12) .
Chains, thence West One and 28 lOi) hour«, nnd bo preferred to lie wrapped
Chains, lienee North Nine and 60-100 In rugs on the hard floor, so an to
Chains, i hence East Eight Links, ! waken early and begin work. When he
thence North Two and 40-100 Chains, was old mill frail—for lie lived to be
Most Economical Road Building thence East One and 20-100 chains to eighty-sioen nnd painted to the enti
the place of beginning, containing One ; tle same spirit made him impatient ot
I and one-half (l’j) acres of land.
A Dream Superstition.
the dark winter mornings.
II. K. HANNA
Public Notice is Hereby Given that I "How I wish ft was time to begin
The average life of horses and auto
I hen rd what Was tn me nt ieiiSt h
mobiles may be increased and the cost | 1 will -n
work again!" he would sigh.—Moir*
MONDAY, JANUARY 12th 1914
day, and wheii 1 think of the risks
of hauling reduced, according to the
O'Neill iu Blackwood's Magazine.
I've t'nii all these years because I did
Office of Roads of the Department of | at . he front door of the Court House
] in Jacksonville, Oregon, al the hour
ilbt know of it my blood runs eokl. I
Agticulture, by relocating manv old I of 9:30 o’clock A. M. of said day, sell
Montenegro Ims. ■after all. sortie reb met a woman from Virginia in market,
roads and the more scientific laying out i at public auction, all the right, title, i son
to be grateful for Hu stones. “1 and the talk falling on dreams I re Wil! Practise In All Courts in the State : Office in Dank of Jneksonville Building
of new ones. The natural tendency in
Is in these Hiones.” writes William Mi! called a most blood curdling nightmare
road building is to build u straight read defendant ii. said premises, subjec to ier, "that the Black mountain h.i I hail had the night before.
redemption as bylaw provided, to the,
whether it goes over steep grades or highest bidder for cash, to satisfy the i found its best fortifications—for artili
“I must tell yon whnt t dreamed Inst
hills or not, and pulling over these judgment and costs and accruing > clnl forts it has none—nnd It was no night,” 1 salit
till the time of the present prince (uov
"Let tlie ask first whether It's a
grades naturally adds to tne wear and
tear on horses and vehicles.
12th day of December, 1913.
Idea of making n road across the conn said the lady from Virginia.
Building, California St. State of Ohio, city of Toledo« I-«
W. H. S1NGLER,
was carried out. Even now it I;
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that h* Is
Sheriff of Jackson County, Or. gon. ’ try
By E. W. WILSON, Deputy.
We a.'her Report.
OREGON & Co., doing business In the City of To
proved means of coniinuulcutlon will said she. "Never tell a bad dream on JACKSONVILLE
not bo a source of danger in tile fu Saturday, for we say In Virginia:
t' lt said linn v.lll pay the «um of ONB
D. VV. BAGSHAW
<ry rasa cf Catarrh that cannot be cured
Following is the report of U. S. Vol- Notice
Is sure to come true, n > matter how old
Napoleon in the early years of tin
Attorney at Law
unteer Cooperative Observer, E. Britt;
frank j . cncNar.
nineteenth century offered to construct
Sworn ti before me and »ubncrlbed In
Jacksonville, for month of November.
CONVEYANCER iry p..
re, this t;li day of Decembur,
Notice is hereby given the undersign-
Latitude 42 deg. 18. min. north; longi- c Ims b en appointed by the County Ills own expense, but Ills overture.’
Curious Fish Spearing.
A. D. ISSi
A. W. CLtiASOW.
Tn spite of the tiler -h of civilization
Office Hours- •' Forenoon 9 to 12
tude 123 deg. 5 min. west.
Court o: Jackson County. Oregon, as were summarily rejected, lie thou
* / Afternoon 1: !0 to a
uoriiii’.ist atrix of tne state of August threatened to lay waste the country there remains much t'.mt Is still primi
Wall’s Cat.nrrh Cure Is taken Internally
i'INI. PKEC’P. CHAR’C’TR
o blood ni l mu-
L iwientz, deceased, . d bus qualified.
'J A T N
tive In Sicily, mid a enrtons sight nt
Bank of Jacksonville Building.
t -s siir'i'cs •( the system. Send tor
I Ad perso s h ivin claims against said with tire iii .d sword til! its name be Palermo Is to see the fishermen spear
| « tale ai*i he' > i. titled to present tain'i iuste-id of Montenegro. Tbi ing fish In the harbor by the ahi of JACKSONVILLE
F. J. fllENET *. CO, Toledo O.
Bold by ail DrnsriflsM, 75c.
the »am with r pci vouch s and du- threat Imwi ver, was never carried out glass bottomed bti kels. says the Wide
part clou ly . ly veiiti.d t- the
lake UoU's Family X'lllu tor constipation.
World Mr.giizinp. There are ninny
Med- —Loiidoii'Cbrenl Io
cloudy i f’i.rdin, u torney f ir e t.ite, >it
corners of the world when* fisli life
i.rd, Oiig<n, within six month from
speared. bet perhaps the use of the
i the dat ■ of t i o e.
An Easy Choice.
Dated and first pm lisiie.l December
"You must choose between u.r glass bottomed bucket in Ill's connec
shouted Bins. "You can't have both tion Is to he seen only at Palermo.
When that dressmaker was lust tn this The fishermen lean far over the side
We have on hand for sale the following
•s vi 1.1.1 re.
Administrairix of the estate of bouse I vowed that she should never of their bouts mid hold tile bucket on .S'
: y.,.< i mgb-
August Lawrentz, deceased.
I or l'liotn. for
come again I have bad all I'iu ever the water with one hand, poking their
going to Imve of being under the same heads into It ns if engaged in the Hal
Sr. I J i
• '”1 1 ir ir”Alr,.lblo hnnk
j V.»;. I : • E.LU. PATENTS, r-
Don’t post unsightly, scrawled notic roof with two semi nutty women and loween game of din king for apples.
\ !it. h ont ir i r •••, i
ut» pet n Dartr:»*r, L-*
L . .........
...uzbie lulut .ttion,
requiring n rake every morning to get They bolt! a spear poised In the free
Bill of Sale,
printed at this office fora small charge. the odd pieces of cloth out of my hand nfi-1 thus await the arrival of
clothes 1 shall nl'ver again sit at my their victims, who are sighted through & bit u- V'/ bu b t
Quit Claim Deeds,
303 Stvt-n.il St., V.'-.vshlns*:
sewing machine and listening to a lot acts us a kind of telescope.
ed talk in wlilcli I I ihvh no chance to
Real Estate ontract.
coiiiclilcnce. "A chilli’s,, scholar »ome Join Tiie day that woman comes I go
During many of the nights In Sep-
in no Mill i- vour dis iston now Do you tembi-r the inhabitants of tile Island of
Location Notice —Placer,
Temperature—mean max. 51.13;mean time ago wrote to me saying that poem
choose your husband or your dress Helgoland are astir with big lanterns
unknown, tin translated Chinese
Location Notice Quartz,
mit* 37:83; mean»4i.48 Max. 67 on 2-3, there wore Ivo whole lines ut mine maker V
and a kind of enormous butterfly net.
Satisfaction of Mortgage,
Minimum, 29, on 2lst. Greatest daily almost word for worn " Byron in his
With iimtnd eyes the Indy looked the former to attract and dazzle the
Rial Etc it > Aga.-iti i! »itrct. .
range, 30. Total precipitation 3.9u monody mi the death of Sheridan. tipun tier liusbiiml Then she brent lieu migrating birds when they come to
Spanking will not cure children of
Notice Application for Liquor Lice*»»
inches. Greatest in 21 hours, 1.55 in., where he says there will never lie «ri ■ sigh nial wild
earth to rest, mid the latter to secure wetting the bed, because it is not a
"Well. dear, If von must go what can them. Mr. Seebolun. the great author
At reasonable prices. Weintend adding
Nu ntier of days with .01 other Sheridan, the mold bella: broken
habit but a dangerous disease. The other blanks as fast as possible until
New York Globe
inch or more precipitation, 8, clear. up. employs, a ord for Word, terms la i say
ity on bird migration, states tlmt lie
which mi ancient Sanskrit document
him known as ninny ns 15.000 skylarks C. H. Rowan Drug Co., Dept. 1475, the line is complete. Blanks of special
2; partly cloudy, 6; cloudy. 22.
refers to the death of Mani, ootwlth
Hi* Prize Garden,
to be caught on the Island In a single Chicago, Iii., have discovered a form printed to order at short notice
standing that Biron could never have
asked old 1 >oc Qnlgley night. The migrating birds are always
si*eli the document
Shakespeare'* why he didn’t trim off Ills m-raggly Interesting to the ships tlmt ply across strictly harmless remedy for this JACKSONVILLE POST.
lightning In I board
OVKR Of. YKAtlU'
the North sea anil the Baltic. In Sejt- distrssing disease and to make
"Romeo mid Juliet." II. 2. Is almost
"Not on vour life," he replied, tember they settle on yard arm or on known its merits they will send a 50c.
Identical with a quotation from "Ma "Thein whiskers Is th* only thing ’ dock; rather tired, and the seamen
lata and Mndliava.” nn India» poem ever had any lin k In raisin’—an' II catch flics and collect them Into recep package securely wrapped and pre
by Blinvnbutl. written nine centuries took me seven days n week nn' twen tacles for the benefit of the birds.
paid Absolutely Free to any reader
before mid not translated up to Sliak* ty-four hours n day fo> twenty-three
City Drug Store deserve» prais*
•pea re'» time
years to bring 'em to their present
Early Autograph Huntsr*.
medy also cures frequent desire to from Jacksonville people for intro
»tate of perfection!"-Cleveland Plain
S h—1 •‘Examiniti».’’
seems to Imve been the mother of au urinate and inability to control urine ducing here the simple buckthorn bark
Let ns rviiieinbi r that there Is snch
tograph coll«H-ton«. Cicero hnd a col-
during the night or day in old or and glj cerine mixture, known a» Adler-
a tiling as cvamllilt!» and that n brnln
Taking All tha Blame.
i-ka. This simple German remedy first
lection, which must have been u fine
young. The C. H. Rowan D z Co.- became famous by curing appendicitis
i rnnimc'l with a multitu le of úseles*
whs h tool ever to marry yon.* one. f«»r he speaks of II with p.-irtleulnr
fncts may show up brilliantly on an •oblMtJ Mrs Wink»
is an Old Reliahle House, wi ne to and it has now been discovered tha I
pride The fever, even iu thus«- fur
examination, but be so clogtred as to
•‘Now, mv dear.” «aid Wlnlca nobly back days, wn» contagion«
them today for the free medicine. JUST A SINGLE DOSE relieves sour
be unable to put the knowledge to ’*1 <*nntw»t H’l inlt you to take the blxmr «peaks of I’ompelm« Ne. ui-dm- SI «vlio-e
Cure the afflicted members of your stomach, gas on the stomach and
practical use We know we lire rills for thut It \ v : ir I who was the fool house h<‘ hurt seen sillosrapb* of t h e
•• • 1 »««Miir. T ir. t»«f rir
Ing the pedagogue's Ire by thus stating for ever asknm you file mistake wim ro. Augustus Vergil mill the tlrnrehl,
family, then tell your neighb irs and constipation INSTANTLY. It’s quick
action is a big surprise to people.
.’«»¡«I by all rnwsdrAi. r*.
that there Is such a thing ns too much not yours, but 1111110." — Harper’» «nd his own rs»ii«s*tl«iii «.-•» va.iitsl nt
about this remedy.
knowledge, but ns a fact the world’» Weekly
f IhJto of our iiu'iiei
I lien nine it«<
•'i. *va«hifui«■•». ix V.
wor| •’ being done by spc lnllsts who
inrush of Imrhnriniis. mid we d,> m>
Savmg Hit Money.
are densely Ignorant of everything out
Owens Ki.r. .«•lid me a fiver, o'fl again meet with I lie tulle tm iitnli (lie
side their respe, tlve narrow spheres— lumi
tknv oil! 11 i on'll save your begllltdllg of the «IKelilli
and of many things Inside too. -Auier own monel »on uihi .du t have to bof- wliei' he renpiM'irs III tl-e p« r-.m, >|
row trnui your rrtentlx. tiweus Km Bohemian squire wti, k**p« » fus,k u
ORSGON and WASHINGTON
tt'n ticriiK, I want
to save niv owo record his expiol*- n tl-< . n- s, a ,i
money th.it I N •»•-row from m.v friend* anriched It with tlie -.gu.c in - <>t l
great hunter trlemL«
-It. stoi: Tran.*« t-ript
"Oh. mu I passed, mill th ti.iv-hei
A i‘lrvctory of **eh City. Town and
•poke al»>ut me i urtb "iarly l| niiut
-a., slvlll» d«*K-rlpllve «ketch of
-h pl*i'o. location, population, tala-
my face rnl tn n..,i ■ i
Fashhis th«*, -i <>> |- .-iHiiuis:niii*es
p r . 11., ahi,.,>tns -nd banking point;
"Thm n i.- flue Wli.-it fi t -a,- *»«
ftuo Caaaidad D’laclory, compiled by
at (liy ,ot. 11,** men «noni Iste nuta is sent it appear* to be always sent
• boil! «nil. lleiu -
L l.u’tneaa and prvtaaalon
I after the girl with a rich father Why
"She said *h«’ never exisutist rd maile lav «simrutie« nere, jnve, and j is It tbuawfs«?—New Orlen as ITcayune.
B l « i. U rol la « CO- •»»’'TX.g .
luve them In »ln«**rily and truth.Usr-
ga»H ut all.“— Clu vein ml I'lam Dealer.
I cus Aurelius.
is Growing Better
Shop in Jacksonville
Dolls and Toys,
Hand Painted China
Gloves, Ties, Silverware, Watches,
J Suit Cases,
Cut Glass, Art Embroidery Work,
Taylor - Williams Co.