Jacksonville post. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1906-19??, February 07, 1914, Image 1

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    Oregon H stor
t ity Hall
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VOL. VII.
JACKSONVILLE, JACKSON COLNTY, OREGON, FEBRUARY 7, 1914
more widespread interest than would
ot Eastern roads for ample time in
cur OUT JOYRIDES
COUNCIL MEETING,
DAIRY Dz\'iONSrRAfUN
be the case if the experiment were
which to list the Round-up in their I
tried in any other city.
advertising. It i» the present plan of
Rogue River Grape Juice Sent The public has been apprised from Says Medford Council. Dealers City Fathers Meet
Tuesday the association to permanently adopt I Train Nowon the Road.
Wl
time to time of the results of partial (
the last week in September for the
municipal ownership in Chicago, where .
to Calcutta.
Night. Bills Allowed. Pe­
be ai Medford Februaty 12
Warned Against Selling
NÎ."
the
city
’
s
dividend
of
55
per
cent
of
x ?
tition to Close Saloons
the net profits has run up to a hand­
Tobacco to Minors.
Electric Spatks
The Jacksonville Conserving Co. has some revenue annually. There also
Oregon Agricultural College, Corval­
at
10
Presented.
this week received an order from Cal­ has been more or less information con­
lis, Ore., Feb.—The dairying and hi;
cutta, India, for three cases of their cerning the experiment of municipal
What Alaska needs is an unlocking ! raising demonstration train has left the
Girls under 18 years of age, out
Election Called
’ Agriculturol College on the two weeks’
famous Rogue River grape juice with street railways in San Francisco, fiom after "urfew hours, and fair members
Directorate.
|
tour of Western Oregon The first
the prospect of additional orders in which we at least haie appreciation of of joy riding parties, must show the
March 3.
The admission of the divine Sara to 'demonstration was at Independence
the near future.
the one fact, namely, the people are written consent of parents and a state­
the Legion of Honor is clearly justified I ['February ¡4. Fifty three other townsoi
The foreign residents in British In­ satisfied with the arrangement, and ment of their ages, by virtue of a
dia are large consumers of fruit juices that laboring, as it has, under the police order promulgated by Chief of The regular monthly session of the by the bravery she exhibits in still the Southern Pacific lines between
appearing on the stage.
Ashland and Portland will be visited
of different kinds and their good judg­ usual handicaps of a new enterprise it Police Hittson this morning. This ap­ city council was held in the City Hall,
Sauerkraut in the future will be not during the tour, which ends February
ment is evidenced by the order to our [ has been profitable to the city and plies to attendance at picture shows, 1 Tuesday evening.
Present:-Mayur
local factory.
promises to be more so. But these dances and other public places unless Britt; Councilmen Fick, Florey and Me only good but cheap. Denmark is ! I u-
matters are more or less in what we accompanied by parents or guardians. lntire; Recorder Stansell; Attorney about to raise cabbages co-operatively I The trail is m ide up ot two flit c ire,
two lecture Cars, one livestock ear, one
Medford’s Modern Creamery might term the twilight zone of know­ The patrolmen have been instructed to Hanna. Absent —Councilman Barnum. for American dining tables.
Minutes uf previous meeting read and
exhibit
cur and o>,e living ear. Tnes >
ledge—which is to say they are not strictly enforce the order.
Pursuit of literature has its draw­
brought so forcibly to public attention
Cigar dealers were warned this af­ approved. Bills for labor, salaries, backs when it begins to spoil the shape cars were furnished by the Southern
Earl C Gaddis has sold his creamery as would be the caSe in successful ternoon against selling tobacco to lights, supplies^ etc. were read and on of one’s rosy fingers tips where one Pacific Railway Company and equipped
by the Ettensim Division of the Ore­
business to W. L. Chappell, formerly operation of municipal railways in the minors,, and the section of the state motion ordered paid.
hits the typewriter keys.
gon Agricultural College.
of Laurel, Wash., an experienced City of Washington.— Portland Tele, law against boys under 21 years smok­ Madames Abbott, Jenkins and Walsh
There seems to be some doubt as to
One of the flat ears is out-fitted with
creamery man who will establish anew gram.
ing in public places or on the streets appeared btfore the council with Ja whether one should term it a " flock ”
petition
asking
that
the
saiooons
be
ten pens of pigs representing the heavy
and up-to-date plant in the Medford
will be invoked, Many youths whin
or a “ herd ” of candidates for United ami light types of market pigs, a
Creamery building next to the Nat.
halted after curfew hours maintain closed at ten o'clock, P. M. After States Senator.
some
desultory
discussion
the
petition
number of tvpic il brood sows, and
New machinery valued at $1000 is Plan Aero Race Around World that they are 21. Hereafter they
boars, one of each of the four
Immigrants who take such valued four
'■
now on the road including a cream
must show a written statement from was laid on the table and the ladies
ripener, a modern churn with a ca­
their parents. The low does not pro­ were advised to prepare an initiative names as “ Abraham Lincoln ” should principal breeds. The other flat car
pacity of 550 gallons and a butter print
San Francisco, Cal., Feb. 2.—Hun­ tect the sons of fathers who allow petition embodying the restrictions j suffer a special penalty if they disgrace will be used for demonstrating the
dairy cows that represent the four
asked for and file the ¿same with the j the adopted names,
cutter. The new plant will have a dreds of cablegrams and telegiams them to »moke.
principal dairy breeds.
j
capacity of 2000 pounds of butter a day. asking for additional information
Instructions were also issued to ar­ city recorder.
France has been startled by a “Fall
The investment of money in the
The livestock car contains four he. J
To give some idea of the amount of concerning the aeroplane race around rest all participants in “crap games,”
|ing”star, which seemed to gravitate
cream that is now being sent out of the world to be started from the including the proprietor of the place, sinking fund for payment of the water I thither much as do fallen Lutin-Amei of superior dairy cows and one inferior
cow, used to exemplify the undesirable
the valley to Portland and Indepen­ Panama Pacific exposition grounds without the formality of a warning.— bonds was discussed and on motion the ican Presidents.
ty pe of dairy cattle.
treasurer was directed to invest the
dence concerns, between January 1 i here in May, 1915, were received by Mail-Tribune.
The exhibit car is eq'Tpped with
money on hands in purchasing city
Little boys of the Chicago schools
and 21, Talent shipped 838 callons and the exposition managers. The queries
modern
dairy machinery, model silu.i.
continue
to
study
sewing,
which
should
warrants
at
a
discount
of
five
percent.
indicated
worldwide
interest
in
the
nearly 500 gallons were shipped from
A resolution giving notice of the make them nice and ladylike in their charts showing dairy rations, an
affair.
Phoenix.
Watters of Stream Claim 3 Lives
amples of d liry c title fea iin; stuff.
municipal election to be held March 3, behavior.
Wiring from New York today, I
Mr. Chappell intends to keep this
and appointing the election officers was
Fashion decrees that the new clothes There will aiso be exhibits relating l<
cream here and the first step toward Captain Thomas Baldwin, the first
adopted and ordered published.
doing so will be paying 30 cents per entrant, announced his intention of
for men shall be plainer. The men the swine industry
Myrtle Point, Or., Feb. 2.— Three
The two lecture cars are used for the
re-
A
deed
for
lots
5,
&
6.
block
22.
pound for butter fat and settling all participating in the race.
themselves are plain enougn now.
youths were drowned at Gravel Ford,
series of lectures given by College
accounts the 10th of each month.—
“You may consider this my appli­ near Myrtle Point, yesterday after­ eently purchased for a city pound was
Though the Mexican warhad a good,
Mail Tribune.
cation to take part in the great con. noon, named Brumbaugh, Shook and presented and a warrant ordered long start, the Caluinet strike also specialists and practical Oregon farm
ers. One for lectures on feeding un i
drawn
for
the
purchase
price.
test,” he wired. “It means flying Robertson, the last two residents of
■
sirs - —- ■.
gives promise of lusting well.
management of swine and the oth. r
28,000
miles,
but
I
know
it
can
be
done.
In boldly declaring for home rule I tor lectures relating to the dairy
Municipal Ownership at Capital
Gravel Fold, and about 15 years old,
I shall use a machine capable of carry­ while Brumb lugh, who was aged 20
Senutor Sherman takes a fresh Klip industry.
ing two or three persons and a me­ years, was a resident of Myrtle Point.
upon the throut latch of his toga.
There is a bill before Congress pur­ chanic. In order to makj the trip in The three were on board a boat plying
Whoever expected to Bee the da\
COURT I1OUE NEWS
porting to bring about municipal own- the scheduled ninety days, it will only tne north fork of the Coquille River,
when
the United States would import
< ship of the street railways in Wash­ be necessary to fly five hours a day.
between Myrtle Point and Gravel Ford,
meat from England ?
ington. How far the bill may go and This will not be excessive.
when it became unmanageable in the irrigation Congress Feb. 13-14.
Scientific guesses about radium are item* of interevt tu Jaaksur. Cour'y
how seriously it may be considered are
swift current, and one of the younger
Alfalfa Week Sei Apart
thrilling, but they are all subject to
matters of conjecture.
T«x Peyere
lads fell into the stream. The other
revision.
Apparently it is introduced with the Finds Gold in Old Iron Kettle two attempted tosave theireomnanion,
CIRCUIT COURT
This watchful waiting policy has
utmost sincerity of purpose, and if it
but the swift current made this impos­
Portland, Ore. Feb. 3—(Special) —
Little M. Kinder vs Robert Kinder.
fact
that
develop'd
the
startling
findsits way through committee and to
What is expected to be the most
Oroville, Cal., Feb. 2. —After having sible and all three went down in the icy
Order denying motion and overruling
open disscussion in the House and prospected for years along the Yuba waters. The bodies of the three important session of the Oregonlrriga- Huerta snores.
demurrer.
Senate the country ought to be treated
For local consumption a good quality
tion Congress ever held will be called
River, with little return for his patient youths have not yet been recovered.
W. H. Raudebaugh vs Ora Angle, et
to a very thorough exposition of the work, Frank Davidson has finally made
of canned sunshine might find a ready
to
older
at
the
Imperial
Hotel
in
ul. Order overruling demurrer.
♦■ A ♦
whole subject of municipal ownership
sale.'
Portland on February 13 and will last
a strike—in an old iron pot. He was
which from year to year is looming
Fit Hi case Exactly.
That new elastic currency is going to i Seth H nig vs J. L. W mleidge, et al.
for two days. It is expected that fully
walking
on
a
sandbar
the
other
day
more significantly.
“
When
father
was
sick
about
sir
years
ago
have its elasticity thoroughly tested. | Decree requiring plaint If io in.iae
when his foot, struck the pot, which lie read an advertisement of Chamberlain's 200 men, representing all sections of
deed to certain right of .vay.
Suppose that the bill should be con­
January is having dffieulty in provid-j
was half buried in gravel. With the Tablets in the piqiers that fit his case ex the state, will be in attendance.
sidered favorably, which possibly may impact a few grains of gold rolled out. nctly,
Aimira Wiisou vs George A. Wilson",
” wriles Miss Margaret Campbell oi About 40 organizations of water-users, J 1 i lg the materials for a thaw.
bf the fact, what would be the effect Davidson scraped the pot and found Ft. Smith, Ark. “He purchased a box of ditch owners and commercial bodies
et
ul. Order appointing I of trees.
The applause Secretary Bryan can
of the adoption of municipal ownership dust worth #300. The recent high them and he has not been sick since. My now belong to the congress and each
J.
F. Reddy vs J. M. Keene, et al.
win whenever he appears before an
in the Capital City? The course of it water is believed to have uncovered the sister had stomach trouble and was also ben is expected <o send five delegates.
Satisfaction of judgment.
efited by them.” For sale by all dealers.
auuience
may
tend
to
neutralize
the
wuu’d be watched with deeper and treasure.
William Hanley, president of the criticism leveled at him in his absence.
—Advertisement.
The First National Bank
congress, has announced that one of
A Mexican bandit leader always Francisco, vs Fine Lumber Co., et
the most important problems to c .me
)/<
insists on being called “ general ” Outer oi Ostami.
Defore the business sessions at that instea I of “chief. ”
F. E. Merrick, Trustee vs A.
time wiii be "* How to Finance tn.
Cusick Delirali an 1 judment.
A
Missouri
judge
has
decided
that
i Individual
Projects in Different
Locations and Give the Owners toe husband is boss of the home. When * Sanie vs R. P. Linie. Same,
Suine vs William A Ailkiu. ¡Same.
, Right to install their own Irr gation this bachelor judge gets married he will
find
out
the
real
truth.
H. S. Gilè vs Claibune Triplett.
¡Plants.” it will be contended lhac
I each municipality or project shall have John L. Rock feller says the income lauti und judging.
I the right to make its own affairs. On tax is too high, but never says a woid
A. H. Mi.1er vs Harriet Scholtz.
| the night of Feb, 14 a banquet will b about complaints to the same effect in Order ol deiault
| given to the visiting delegates al Che regard to the price of oil or irasoline.
O. 11. Jolrisuti vs Jackson County,
I imperial Hotel in celebration of the
at. Judgment.
effective work done by the cungrebS
Alice Holcoinb vs James O wens. De­
since the last session.
Ultimatum Sent Copperfield
ci
ue.
Equipped with stock from the Oregon
NEW CASES.
Agricultural College, carrying expert
Salem, Or., Feb. 2.—Governor West
Mary Netberlund vs Samuel Nether-
instructors trom tnat institution and
also a number of tanners who have has to lay announced that the Copper- T md. Sull l»r divorce. Cuiiipiaii.t
proven that hog raising and dairying field saloonkeepers may have their tiled, summons issued,
are profitable pursuits in Oregon, the Hoc.a of liquors seized by Colonel B.
Ju‘ 11 M. Aden vs Giover C. Cook, et
1 Southern Pacific demonstration train K. Lawson when the town was put
I . will start from Independence on the under martial law and since stored tn al. Sull in equ.ly. Luinpiailll tiled.
i
COUNTY COURT
morning of Feb. 2, concluding its trip the railroad company’s warehouse a:
In tne mallei oi the o.st Ue of Cuy W.
Baker,
it
they
take
them
by
Saturday,
at Albany on the 14th, i’ themeant’ine
I having passed over all S. P. and P. E. but as Copperfield is still undei Llialt’ue, i.ece.iSed. t b at report uf
uuinmibiraim and peli.loi. ¡01 older Is
& E. lines. Arrangements have been martial law the liquors cannot be re­ pay claims, tiled.
turned
there.
Made for two lectures with demonstra­
In the matter of the estate of Ward
The governor has also served notice
tions at every stop. This train is
intended to take the advantages of the on Mayor Stewart and the councilmen R. West, deceased. Order a| poinlii g
Copperfield that if they did not administrator.
38 I College direct to the barn door of the of
In the matter of the estate of W. S.
! farm and stands for practical farm tender their resignations by Saturday
the attorney general would proceed Reese, deceased. Statement of execu­
education.
Believing that alfalfa growing is of with the suit to have the town’s chart tor showing status of estate file I.
In the matter of the estate of August
vast importance; not only to the live­ er dissolvep,
stock interests of the state, but also in
Lawrenlc, deceased. Order directing
its relation to the up-building aixl Chinnock Wishes Re-Election. appraisers to make and file supplemen­
maintenance of soil fertility, the State
tal inventory. Order for administra­
Superintendent of Public Instruction
trix to make deed to certain property.
has set aside the entire second week of Salem, Or., Feb. 5. —James T. Chin­ In the matter of Ida Witherell, a
! March as “Alfalfa Week.” Every nock, Superintendent of Water Divi­ | dependent child. Order of committal
I school in Oregon, including the one- sion No. 1, hah filed with the Secre- | to House of Good Shepherd.
room country schools, will be expected tiry of State his declaration of inten-1 ■ In the matter of the estate of
io place special emphasis on the sub­ tion of becoming a candidate for re- j Thomas Merrick, deceased. Final re-
7 he Pioneer Store
Jacksonville, Ore
ject of alfalfa. In the lower grades election. He is a republican and is ! port filed. Order fixing time and place
; this instruction will be in the form of serving his first term. No other can­ 1 for final settlement and directing
story-telling by the teacher and didates have so far announced them-I publication of notice thereof.
i comments and questions by the pupils. selves for this office.
In the mutter of the estate of
| In the upper grades, all the written
William Garrett, deceased. Ord. r
compositions of the classes will be on
Subscribe for the Post. $1.50 per appointing alminisrator and fixing
J the subject of alfalfa and its relation year.
bond in sum of $6000.00.
! to other industries.
In the matter of the guardianship of
FOR
SALE
at
a
Bargain
House
and
I
The dates for the Pendleton Round-up
lot on Oregon street, near City Hull. Charles Crouch, a minor. Final report
this year have been definitely fixed foi
Must be sold scon Call on Rogue| of guardianship filed. Order approving
September
The cniiy
early iixni^
fixing
r • I •'
epiemver 24-25-26. me
Realty River Co.
same.
i of the date» was caused by the deam
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NO. 40
Everybody is
Dancing
Why not Drink
Tango Coffee
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