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About Jacksonville post. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1906-19?? | View Entire Issue (Nov. 14, 1914)
Chas. H. Dunford was in from the
Joseph Goldsby of Buncom was in
Geo. Neuber was in Medford Fri
Pat Swayne of Watkins was in town , W. B. Stewart of Lake county was
in town Friday.
State of Oregon, County of Jackson.
Do You Suffer From Tired Eyes?
If you suffer from tired eyes—nnd
who does not at times?—you mny lie
glad to try n French author's acciden
tally ill- overpd rent’d)', it ts a simple
method of restoring the vision to fresh
ness. one night when engaged in
writing mi article his eyes gave out
before he could finish nnd he was
compelled to stop. So, turning from
bls mitlntshcd manuscript, his eyes
fell ujhiii some scraps of colored silk
that his wife had been using for
pntehwork. These gay colors had a
pe ii'iar attraction for wearied optics.
On resuming his work after gazing at
them for several minutes he found
them quite fresh. After several ex
periments he surrounded tils inkstand
with brilliantly colored striped silk ma
terial that his eyes must rest on every
llipe he di[is his pen into the ink. This
brings instant relief.
“.Ilm told me <-i ripmiirlng joke that
wns played on sonic nieiulier of your
club lust evening. Were you there?''
"Yes. 1 rus there! It was au abqn»
I inable, fni fetched’’—
“O-oh! Jinx did lint tell me that you
were the num it was on." — Houston
Judge Prim was a recent visitor at
Mrs. J. Reter visited friends in Med
Notice is hereby given that there
are funds on ha 1 I for the redemption
Mrs. Rose Singler visited in Medford
Strangeness of the Sex,
Will Practise in All Courts in the State
John A. Perl of Medford was attend of all County Warrants, which were
A woman cun become hiahly ex< ited
ing to business matters in this city Fri
protested on the 5th day of August,
I over the fuel that 11 bride Is starting
Mrsi I.. Hinkle spent Monday after day.
. out in married life with machine hem
1911, numbered as follows, to-wit:
noon in Medford.
Peter Reynolds a mining man of
Miss Issie McCully visited in Med Watkins was a recent visitor in htis ltl.’l, 11222, 11196, 11178, 11213, 11170,
Weight of Snow.
11171, 10995, 11305, 1)117, 11149, 11304,
I». W. BAGSHAW
A cubic foot of newly fallen suow
Mrs. Katie M. Grieve was a visitor
11090, 11161, 1'159, 10994, 11162. 11163,
weighs five mid one-half pounds and
at Medford Wednesday.
Interest ceases on the Warrants above
Attorney at Law
has twelve times the bulk of an equal
Carrie were visitors at Medford this
numbered and called this 1 ith day of
O. P. Damon of Ruch was a recent week.
weight of water.
i NOTARY PUBLIC AND CONVEYANCER
business visitor in this city.
B. F. Mulkey of Medford was atten
1 wasted time, anil now time doth I
J as . M. C ronemiller ,
Wilbur Cameron of Uniontown was
waste me.- Rhnketqieitre.
ding to legal business in this city Treasurer of Jackson County, Oregon.
\ Forenoon 9 to 12
a recent visitor in this city.
Oflice Hours: ? Afternuon 1;ii0 to 5
An Apt Retort.
Attorney DeArmond of Medford was
"Fools sometimes ask questions that
There Is a prefect ill the south of
Robert G. Smith of Grants Pass,
a visitor in this city Tues lay.
Bank of Jacksonville Building.
France who has a mania for his wife’s wise men cannot unswer," remarked
t ■ ’
■ ’ 1
the professor lu the course of his lee
G. S. Kendall of Applegate transac wellknown in this city has been disbar
hands, which me particularly beauti
red from the practice of law in the
ful. So .that he may always have the ture.
ted business in this city Friday.
courts of Oregon.
"Then that explains why so many ot
object of his adoration under Ills eyes
O. Harbaugh attended to business
W. A. Pointer and Sarah A. Pointer;
a model In bronze of one of the hands us get plucked in our examinations,"
matters in Medford Wednesday.
has been made and the prefect keeps said the flippant student.—Home Notes
II. K. HANNA
Mr. and Mrs. E Mahoney spent by a jury in the circuit court last week
It on Ids desk at Ills office.
Wednesday afternoon in Medford.
ger, L. W. Childs. M. M. Childs and
An official iii this prefect's district,
Jlmson— 1 do spring cleaning at all
by Judge Calkins Tuesday to the state R. B. Daws. Defendants.
anxious to secure his influence for po
John B. Renault, Sr. has returned
By virtue of an execution and an litical preferment, has devised a de seasons of the year Jackson—How's
penitentiary for an indeterminate term
to the Soldiers’ Home at Roseburg.
of from one to fifteen years. A mo order of sale duly issued out and under lightful way of paying him a delicate that? Jlmson—I'm a watchmaker.—
Office in Bank of Jacksonville building
the seal of the Circuit Court of the
London Tit Bits.
G. M. Roberts of Medford transact tion for a new trial has been filed.
State of Oregon, in and for the County compliment. Every time lie enters the
ed legal business intown this week.
Although Mr. Beekman has been, of Jackson, dated the 11th day of No his desk, lakes up the bronze hand and
E. S. Tumy an insurance man of
wember, A. D 1914, in a certain cause
“Nothing, it seems to me. looks as 1» JACKSONVILLE.
trying for two years to close up 'his therein, wherein W. A. Pointer and kisses it respectfully.
Medford was in this city Wednesday.
Important as a bridegroom at a w-.<d
banking business, it will be noticed Sarah A. Pointer as Plaintiff's, on the
The prefect is so much impressed by ding."
Jasper Thompson of the Applegate hat in his statement published today 7th d iv of November, 1914, recovered tills act of
mtry that the tactful
"Have you ever noticed h governoi
valley was a recent visitor in this oity. he still has over $19000. of deposits in a judgment against W. F. Sullenger young man has nlreiidy secured lucra
DR. T. T. SHAW
•••’ a he was surrounded by the tint
and Nannie H. Sullenger, defendants t?.e promotion.— London Mirror.
Posters are out announcing a Thanks-- the bank. Most of us find it easier to for the sum of Five Hundred Twenty-
- ued memliers of his staff?*’—Chica
giving Ball at Palmer Flat, November get rid of any money which may chance five and 75-100 ($525.75) Dollars with
..I Ite.'ord Herald.
interest thereon from said 6.h d y of
to come into our posession.
, Office in Ryan Building, California St.
While hunting in the Big Horn
November, 1914, at the rate of 8 per
Everett Corey and Walter Harring
cent per annum and Fifty-five ($55.00) mountains two men found a narrow
Mother Pear me. the baby has swnl
ton of Medford were visitors in this
Dollar’s attorney’s fee and the furti path. little more than a deer trail, lend
.... d a pie e of worsted. Father
Sportsman are Fined
er sum of Twenty-two and 50-100 Ing up to the summit, 'liny dismount
's notldug to the yarns she'll tusvi JACKSONVILLE
($22.50) Dollars costs which judgment ed and led their horses, moving very
Miss Nellie Collins visited her sister
tti-es to grow nn.
was enrolled and docketed in the cautiously, for on one side the moun
Mrs. Clyde Shaw in Gold Hill last Sat
Roseburg, Or., Nov. 9 —Burr Jones, Clerk’s office of said Court in 8»id tain ruse up like n wall, and on the
a fisherman on the Umpqua River was County on the 7th day of November, other sloped down a thousand feet to
1914, and Is recorded in Volume 22 of
the canyon liehiw.
Lawrence Caston and Theodore Wil fined $25 for fishing within 200 feet of the Circuit Court Journal.
1 rm commanded by said executi n horses pri' ked up their ears its if scent
son of Medford visited friends in town a fish ladder. Fred Fields, a sports
man, also paid a fine of 25 for killing a to make sale of the hereinafter de ing a wild beast. Then there came a
scribed real property to satisfy the shot from the hunter in advawe. and
judgment in favor of the Plaintiffs, the hunter in the rear found himself
Mrs. Jas. M. Cronemiller and son
W. A. Pointer and Sarah A. Pointer, hanging over the cliff. He had been
David, autotd to Medford Friday af
E. D. STEPHENSON. Proprietor
and against the Defendants, W. F.
lending the horse by I he reins, nnd hl
At The Churches
when the horse shied nnd upset him
1 will therefore on
Gus Newbury of Medford was trans
Monday, the 14th Day of December, he held on with a dentil grip, it whs
acting business in this city Tuesday
nearly five minutes Unit he thus hung
A. D. 1914,
Services held every Sunday morning
on to the slender strap, while tile horse
at the hour of 10 o’clock A. M., at the held back with nil his strength. But
at 11 o’clock in I. O. O. F. Hall.
front door of the Court House in Jack
The Jacksonville Post and Portland
sonville, Jackson County. Oregon, of- [ he could not climb up. nnd his com-
Daily Telegram, for $4.50 per year.
fer for sale and will sell at public auc panion had to haul him up to a place
See us about it.
tion for cash, subject to redemption of safety, mid then he naturally faint
Ori jin of Onvx
as is by law provided, to the highest vd.-St I’aul Pioneer Press.
Judge Calkins was at the court house
bidder, all the right, title interest and
today for the hearing of motions, di
claim of the above named defendants
The Vacuous Life.
vorce cases etc.
People without any form of religion. fo
When waters charged with carbo in and to the folk wing described real
superstition, devoid of any
W. T. Grieve is at Portland this nate of calcium derived from limestone
Lor number Eleven (11) in Block | thought ot the future state, have been
week attending the annual convention are allowed to evaporate they deposit Number Six (6) of the Imperial Addi
found in the Interior forests of Suma
their load in the form of sinter, or tu tion to the Citv of Medford, Oregon, 1
of county assessors.
tra. according to Dr. Wilhelm Volz, the
fa. This process can be observed at as the same is numbered, designated I geologist of the University of Breslau,
and described on t he official plat there- I
A number of young fo'ks from here
many thermal and “petrifying” springs of, now of record.
who made extensive Journeys though
attended the school entertainment at
and also in the formation of stalacti
All of said properly will be sold at j the island. There be found the Kulius.
Ruch Saturday night.
tes and stalagmites in limestone cav said time and place in the manner pro- I as he named them, who are scarcely
Miss Josephine Hoefs who has been erns. In this way large masses of vided by law for the sale of real prop- | to be distinguished from the small
ertv under foreclosure, to satisfy the '
spending several mmths in Portlard, compact carbonate are formed, some above named judgment in favor of the f manlike ni’c of the Indo-MalayuD
of them of great beauty. The so-call Plaintiff's and against the Defendants countries, They are wanderers through
returned home last week.
the forest seeking food. They have nv
ed "onyx marbles,” of which the Mex ab-ive named.
Justin McCarthy a wellknown resi
Di ted at the Sheriff's office in Jack property, They arc not hunters. but I
dent of Central Point transacted busi
sonville, Jacksen County, Oregon, this simply collectors. They seek merely
are formed in this way. Some rock of 12.11 day of November, A. D. 1914.
sufficient nuts, fruits mid other edible
ness in this city Thursday.
this class is stalagmitic, in caverns,
growths to keep them nitre The Ku I
W. H. STNGLER.
Come see our Bright, Well Stocked Christmas Store, a market
Sheriff Singler has returned frim a and some of it is formed by springs.
Sher ff of Jackson County, Oregon. bns wage very little warfare upon the
place for Gifts, indeed. Our little shop is brimful of the Very Latest
business trip to Salem and other points Its variations in color and texture, to
small amount of animal life in their
Styles, and the Verv Best Bargains.
We can crowd more real
in the northern part of the state.
silent mid somber tnnd The only no
which its ornamental character is
Merit into Each Dollar’s worth you yet here than can possibly be
The dance given Mr. Mahoney in largely di.e, are commonly produced Notice of Sheriff’s Sale Under
ference between a live nnd n dead per
Orth’s hall last night was well attend- by impurities or inclusions, such as ox
And Savings at Christmas Season are especially Welcome, let us
son was that the dead d<> not breaths
e I and a general good lime prevailed. ide of iron, or even mud and clay.
He Infers that they are Immeasurably
prove that our Values are Real, and lastly that it Pays to Shop at
C. P. Heimroth, Plaintiff.
inferior to the paleolithic man of lit)
Mrs. Arthur Thompson left Thurs
rope who tnshlomsl tools nnd hunted
day evening for Eug ne to visit her
Celia E. Brown and A. T. Brown,
REPORTOFTHECONDITIONOFTHE her husband and F. E Martin, De big game with his flint lipped arrow
mother who is reported to be seriously
nnd knife Infnl'ectmil atrophy is the
Bv virtue of an execution and an result of rhe Kutins'environment. Tfie
H . ROBINSON, M. I)., Prop..
The orchestra recently organized by at Jacksonville in the State of Oregon order of sale duly issued out and under words fliev know are almost as few ns
the seal of the Circuit Court of the Hie Ide is they try to express.-Chlcngo
Mrs. Mahoney is meeting twice each
at the close of business,
Slate of Oregon, in and for the County News
week for practice on 1 is rapidly
October 31st, 1914.
of Jackson, on lhe 12th day of Novem
• a:ar Freak.
her, A. D. 1914, in a certain cause
therein, wherein C. R. H -imroth as
“Leap jeer Is so cullisi liecauM the
Mil s Bonds, and warrants,...__ $15,009.00 Plaintiff, on the 7th day of November. curili g n‘s round I lie suu for three
Mr and Mrs. Oscar Dur.for
A D. 1914, recover’d a judgment years. but in the fourth year It leaps
Flossie Dunford, Bunn Dunford and Due from banks (not reserve
against Celia E. Brown and A. T.
Walter Zeid'er of the Bar H. ranch
banks ...................................... 4,393.32 Brown for th-' sum of One Thousand over It"' wrote n very youthful stu
were visitors in this city Friday.
Due from approved reserve
Seven Hundred Twenty-five ($1725.00) dent in an examination paper.
banks and cash on hand.__ 48,961.84 Dollars with interest thereon from
Mr. W. R. Beatty of Portland Ore
s lid 7th day of November, A. D. 1914,
gon, and Mr. Hamilton of Roseburg
To.al ............................ .$68,358.16 at the rate of 9 per cent per annum,
Teddy Ibid, wluit me ancestoral
Ore. spent Wednesday evening visit
for the further sum og $12.44 the Father W ell. I'm one of yours. Your
arrount paid by Plaintiff for taxes, to- granddad
ing at the home of C. F. Hoefs and
Capita! stock paid in.......... . .$15.000 '>0! g thcr wi'h interest there n from why is ¡I
Surplus fund ......................... 4,235 55
ctnt net' annum, and $15 .00 attoi ney's
Fred J. Fick has on sale the celebra Individual depo-iits subject
Luck and Pluck.
ee Hnd the further sum of Seventeen
ted Edison Mazda Electric Lamps. !
to ch-ck ....
---------- 48,122.61 .Sl.’Oj) Do Hrs cnsis, whith j'l ir
Griggs I should say that the .two
Sizes up to ini i icluling 4) Watt, 30 D mart-l certiti tatei of de
u ent v as enrolled ami docketed in th
keys to sm-.- css arc lin k and pluck
er.< .1 • ffice o said Court in said Briggs t'ertnlid. luck In Unding some
cents; 6) Watt, i) cents. At Fick’s
posit. ___ ___ -__ - ----- 1,009.00
vue to plu k I
Total------ ----------- — $0’3, "58.16 1911. nnd is of r cord in Volume 22 of
□ ■p'on.’.tii Letter.
Dan Ragsh iw entertained a few gen
ti e C reuit Court Journal
I . -i c • n il in led bv s id execution
The wniw ird .. in- man. broken to
tlemen frien s at dinner Friday eve- STATE OF OREGON, ) ss:
a s 1 th herein liter described re d heal th was rent tu ihr southwest t»
ning, the oc • ision being Dan's eigh County of Jackson,
¡io e-t> • sati f y t e jm g meat above ■ iH-iiprratc. lb
ns In jail for stealing
For Thanksgiving Day, November 26, low round
teenth birthday. Those pre« ent wi re
I, Henry G. Dox, cashier of the above nam I. I vili therefor-.’ on
a h ml qua 'el it l-cef. He wrote
trip tickutH will be soli I etween all points in
L -o 1 Hanna, Dave Cronemdler, Albert •tamed bank, do solemnly
'ione ’’Dear Faber I've picked up
Oregon on th S uihern Pacific, Main I.ir.e nnd
Mitchell ano Merritt Dews.
A. D 1914.
'■mne fl.-sh slu-e > 1 allie livre, but am
that the above stalument is true to the
Branches, Nov. 25 and 26.
1 n id return limit
Tie annual meeting of the Sla e best of my knowledge and belief.
ale $1UO."-- Exchange
HENRY G DOX, Cashier.
H irtieultural 3 ciety w I' be held at
-o -.vi 1c Jackson Coun’y, Oregi n, offe:
Subscribed and sworn to before me fur sm- nit will s II at public auction,
M -df irJ. December 2-3 4. A number
«unject io r ¿emp'n n a- !■ bv |.i»
of prominent orc ardists will be pres this 10th day of N ivember, 1914.
"Stitch energy Is not utilized. I tier«
H. K. Hanna, Notary Public.
ent and many subieets of interest to
ill the right,
title interest ard oOglit to lie some way of conserving
fruitgrowers will be discussed.
"laim of the i fe .dents. Celia E. Hie rays of tliv sun."
Bro wn and A. T Hr .wn, in and to the
"Yes. nnd look nt ill Hie energy that
Chas. H. Basye of Provolt spent sev
Notice to Creditors
f, llowi g describe 1 r< al p’ooerty, sii-
eral days this weex visiting friends IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THiC STATE OF u.-itel in Ja -sson Cou.ity, Oregon, to- gm s to waste in <-liev ilia trill > If we
»u'd only harness the gum chewers
and transacting business in this eity.
OREGON. COUNTY OF JACKSON
- I’ltt ¡li'iigb Post.
Th • Southwest Q inrter of the South
Charley says he expected to get a re-t
Tn the matter of the estate of Joseph West Qu tr'.-.-r of n ’.-m n Twenty •; g .1
when he went to the farm but found Walter, deceased.
in Township Th ■ y-fiv (35),So i '•
Notice is her bv given all parties a (28i Range
plenty of work on the ranch to keep
"S'le Is rather thin."
Two i2>, We.it of the Wi -
lamette Meri I an, in lacksvn Couniy,
Joseph Whiter, deceas'd, that they Or.gon,
contami g 4) i.cms.
"That girl In the purple gown ovw
T J regular p-ice of the Portland
D ii.’ Telegram is $5.00 per year, but \ erifled nnd with the proper voucher?, sui . ti e and plac • u> s tisfy t he jmit'-
•G i -.-' i . 1 thom-hi thrt w-is a di-sigt.
to the undersigned adrr ir strat« r of
e.n in favor • f th
Plain' ff C. R. it the wall paper."- Ivmisvllie CoilrlHT
w have male arrangements by which ■nid estHte, at Room 5 Citizens B..nk
w • - in furnish both the Telegram and if A .hlanri Building A h!an I. Oree -n
■ L-. a E. Brown an J A. T. Brown.
T ■ • raiksonville Post for one year for viih n six months 'rm •' -’date of the
fl-«’ publication of this nnf(ce, to-wir:
,e n tricolor, exnet i
$i 5) cash, which is half a dollar less within s.x months from November 14. s’. -, .11 -, J-.ck.cn '. iniy, O-cgun, th.s
fl ig. consisting ot
Î2' day o. Nov - a e . 13! I
t ern the regular price of the Telegram 914,
John M. Scott, General Passenger Agent, Portland, Oregon
psle green, white
W H. SINGLER,
aline. Better get busy as this offer
G. C. M c A li ist ,
Adm.ms i a’or. ' Sheriff of Jacks >n Cu-i.itv, Oregon.
will be withd awn Dec. 31.
UNION LIVERY ST ABLE
General Livery and Transfer Business
|| Gccd Rigs;Saddle Hoises. Rates Reason
able. Horses and Buggies for bale
Give us your business
We Are Ready for
CITY DRUG STORE
BEEKMAN’S BANKING HOUSE
Low Round Trip Fares
Superior Train Service
SOUTHERN PA IFIC