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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1915,
Did you get a valentine.
Harry Lewis was in Medford Thurs
Guy Jeter of Medford was in town
James Bucklev of Ruch was in town
Subscribe for the Post, only $1.50
E. W. Roberts was a recent visitor
Joseph Martin was a recent visitor
A. R. Enyeart was a visitor at Med
Mrs. R. B. Dow was a visitor in this
city this week.
All work must be spdt cash at W.
Hi Sparks in 1915»
Mrs. P. Ensele and son Will were at
John Buckley of Ruch was a recent
visitor in this city.
Horace Venable of Ruch was a visi
tor in town Saturday.
Ira Kime of Griffin creek was in this
city Friday afternoon.
Joseph Wilson of Talent was a re
cent visitor in this city.
George Millar of Medford was a vis
itor in this city Tuesday.
H. K. Hanna was at Medford to con
sult an otulist; Thursday.
Elmo Throckmorton of Ruch was a
visitor in town this week.
Miss Fay Pankey of Medford was a
recent visitor in this city.
C. C. Beekman is reported seriously
ill at his home in this city.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Ulrich visited
friends at Medford Sunday.
Jack Reter was laid up with lagrippe
a couple of days this week.
Sheriff W. H. Singler made an offi
cial trip to Medford Tuesday.
Evan Reames of Medford was at the
court house Friday afternoon.
Don’t forget the “Moon Girls” at
Electric Theatre, February 28.
Mrs. Richard Bland of Grants PasBi
visited friends tn this city recently.
H. E. Finley, an attorney of Port
land was a recent visitor in this city.
W. A. Hanna of Evans creek was a
business visitor In this city Tuesday.
Are you a subscriber to the Post?
If not, why not? Only $1.50 per year.
Nick Kime of Griffin creek was tran
sacting business tn this city Wednes
Uncle Billy Cameron, of Uniontown
was a business visitor in town Satur
B. F. Piatt Esq. of Medford was
iransacting besiness in this city Tues
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Kleinhammer of
Buncom were recent visitors in this
C. C< Purael of Runeom was a busi
ness Visito£.in this city Mohday after-
Attorney Roberts of Medford was
transacting business at the court house
The Electric Theatre will present a
special attraction, the “Moon Girls”
on Feb. 28.
Miss Flo Thompson and Mrs. Minnie
Kelly were visitors in Medford Satur-
M. McQtirk of the Oregon Cigar
Factory, was a business visitor in this
Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Jackson of Trail
creek visited friends in this city Mon
Mr. and Mrs. Hal Stratton of Oak
land Oregon visited friends in the val
ley this week
Samuel Jacobs, a farmer of the Ap
plegate vallep was a recent business
visitor in this city.
A. W. Walker of Medford, agent for
the Briscoe automobiles, was a recent
Visitor In this city.
Henry Mankins of Poorman’s creek
was transacting busiress in this city
Get your stationery printed at this
office. OUr work is guaranteed ar.d
OUr prices are right.
Misses Jewell Bailey, Mary Bagahaw
and Pauline Greaves were visitors in
Medford Sunday afternoon.
Gus Newbury of Medford was atten
ding to professional business at the
court house Tuesday afternoo i.
Mrs. Lucinda Lee died at the home
of her daughter Mrs. E. M. Wilson, in
Medford, Tuesday, aged 75 years.
F. H. Hull of Central Point was at
the court h >ise as a wi ness in a di-
vor ■ case on tria! in the circuit court
Thu sdav afternoon.
'lei electric power in m > shop I
x . iow prepare 1 to grin 1 chil ed plow
shirewin flrat c'ass muner.
li rht h«-k and St imp Puller for sale
(heap. Wm. Freudenthal
appointed as the polling place of said
Attire to Suit.
Cost ot 4 Horse.
“The cnalllei »ml III» nrlde were
It costs on an avei.iu'H
A. L. Gall, and John Lyden and
rertiuuly appropriairly dressed for
Orchardists are b usy pruning trees
John Miller are hereby appointed rnis»» ti horse to the au» •»( three ve;<rs
Mrs. Chris Ulruh is still beautii* leg , Jjdgi-s of-aforesaid Election, trre first •ii the Canns ot Indi m:T and th««*»* >>f thcii wedding "■
the Jacksonville cemetery driveway. named to act and serve as Chairman •»tlier states 'I'his prie»- lias t»»‘<»u ran-
a fi inui-iiPie «Hk. and he
Dave Cronemiller was a recent visi. After years of labor in securing sub ' of said Election Board; and Joseph fully floured hi experts .»f ilie depurf
bad on a etie. k sir:
scriptions from the residents of our by appointed as clerks of said Election, in«*nt of iurrh*nitur»». uh«» i»:iM*d their lean
figures oh (hose rurui'ilie<l hy H» imhi
J. W. Bybee was in from his ranch village, she had the water placed in the first na.ned to act as first clerk.
And the City Recorder is hereby I u«»rrespomteiit> m «* ii (L* i • «1 throu^houi
the City of the Dead. Laid some 15nt)
Peopl« ot thè World
directed to give due notice of said th«* «*«»untry
Accordili, lo :iu iiniiaii rvi-ry |H-r»on
The regular term of the circuit court
.New Mexi«*o <*iiu raise horses <*h»»ap
Election as required by the City
grounds, she being the sole superin- Charter.
begins next Monday.
i*r than the <»tli»*i suites. «» at an aver In ilio World cullili «lami coiiifurtably
: tendent and this last season laid some
The foregoing Resolution was adopt age price of JpUf’M) in Massin'hn*«-tts In un urea -d .H») ~,|iiare n il leu. wliile
Dr. T. T. Shaw mjtored to Medford
400 ft. more of distributing pipe. Siie ed at a regular meeting of the City the rnlsing «if colts is more expensive t gmve.vnril nliotit rii,- size of Coloritilo
has still some money left so now she is Council held on Tuesday, February 2, than in uny other state rhe avenig«* «ould buri »Il ot meni
No Weiitlier In III if ilie w Ind beatili.
H. N. Mullin and wife were visitors ordering Scotch Broom set in between 1915, bv the toll iwing vote:
Aye; Norris, Aye; McIntyre, Aye; hors»* nt thr**e years njiresentlng nn —ttpiinlsh ITuverh
at Medford Sunday.
the trees on the driveway. She has ; Florey, Ave.
Submitted to and approved by the
Lester Thompson made a
I accomplished every idea since 6he
Not to Be Repeated
Rogue River Thursday.
! started out with the work with the as- Mayor February 2d, 1915.
Shakespeare’s roid<*utioii that “there
(Signed) E mil B ritt , Mayor.
Game Warden Sam Sandry was a re ' sistance of the public, it has taken a
wae never a philosopher who eoiild en
great deal of labor and time, the pub
cent visitor in this city.
lure the tooth»« he patiently“ was dis
L eslie W. S tansell ,
¡»roved bj ('niu'ii IJd lon After an ex-
Mrs. McClure of Medford was a vis lic hrs donated —some persons very lib
erally while other» have given nothing
perlenee that would have closed the
itor in this city Monday.
but discouragement: some even went
mouths of most of us Llddon found It
Mr. and Mrs. A. Hagen were Visi1
poHwiblt» to write to a friend: ”1 have
so far as to say, “why the water will
tors in this city recently.
Th* Black Bear.
been quite laid up with trouble with Will Practise in All Courts in the State
riot run up hill, quit wasting the mo
It Is the coinnion Idea that a black my few remaining teeth of which I
George W. Dunn of Ashland was a ney.” Now, the water is there all
bear will ling people to death. This Is. had five tak« n out the <ia\ liefore yes
recent visitor in this eity.
over the ground free to everybody at
of course, a mistake. A la-ai almost In terdajr A> only tom remain this par
Miss Nell Storm of Medford was a all times. Now is she not deserving rarhilily makes its attack by striking n tlculnr experience <*annot be repented
of credit for the work accomplished? stunning blow with the fore paw nnd In this present life “ I'his is a classic
recent visitor in this city.
Posters are out announcing a dance Look at the trees along the driveway; tearing wltli Ills very formidable <*la we. instance of the triumph of philosophy
what a beautiful shade they will make ; A large black ta-ar can strike n terrific aver pain. London Globe.
at Orth’s Hall, February 2C.
and the Scotch Broom between the blow and is capable of knocking down
Attorney at Law
William White of Steamboat, spent
Th« Atlantic Coast.
j trees with their yellow bloom: Should mid mortally wounding u full grown
several days in this city recently.
rile tsistern edge of the North Amer NOTARY PUBLIC AND CONVEYANCER
not her work be held in everlasting '
W. C. Leever of Central Point was i memory by the people of Jacksonville felled to tile ground they usually bite ican continent is overtioweil by the
them about the head and neck until sea. ami Hint is why the water near
Office with Jacksonville Post.
recent business visitor in this city.
! and surrounding country, as 15 out of, death ensues. They are remarkable for the «wist Is ro shallow. To find the
Miss Gladys Inman of Medford spent every 20 buried here are from all over tile strength of their Jnws und have true edge of the great eotitlnental bind
Wednesday with friends in this city.
the country, they come from all over been known to lilte through the skull ■ miss out* would h.uvp h» iruvvl Home
of n man. Many animals that can gen thing like eitfhty ndleH due east wu rd
Holbrook Withington of Medford the state. Let the good work go on.
erally lie counted on not to attack may f r< >m New York.
was at the court house Wednesday.
II. K. HANNA
Io so when come upon suddenly,
Joseph Hitch of Central Point was a
crowded, wounded or annoyed. The
bu-iiess visitor in town this week.
black bear is no exception. The more I
see and study animals tile more i am
Attorney Paul Blanchard of Grant
it I urn I hiiiik I t<> in« up to Office in Bank of Jacksonville building
Pass was a recent visitor in this city. B e it resolved by the city council Impressed with the fact that there Is
no fixed rule what the same species of
OF THE CITY OF JACKSONVILLE:
hit I lime i musi stand
Mr3. Robt. Ennis who has been ill
■<li win. ►tumi« right stand JACKSONVILLE.
Section I. That whereas an Initia animal will do under similar clrcum
several days is repnrted to be improv tive Petition has been duly filed with stances, as they seem to vary as much
«Hile tie is right und purl
the City Recorder demanding the sub In mind and teni|>eriiment us the Indi
when tie goes wrong. — A.
DR. T. T. SHAW
Frank Hawk of Central Point was a mission to the voters ot this City, for vidual. Although one might predict
their adoption or rejection, the follow
witness in the circuit court Thurj- ing proposed amendment to Section with a very god average of correct
ness, there would always be the excep
23, Chapter Ill of the City Charter of tion.—"Big Game Fields vf America.”
Geratltiln oil 1» ameiy used in per-
Sheriff Singler and Deputy Wilson the City of Jacksonville as adopted by
turnery and 1» kim«n a« rose uerani
the voters of said City on the 21st day
Ofliee in Ryan Building, California St.
made a business trip to Medford Thurs of Jute, 1911, at a special election
On Having the Blues.
alii, owing to tin* coinimm prn>*!h-c of I
If without liny leal cause of worry, nddinir rose petal» Io "le plu**U before i
held for that purpose and proclaimed
F. J. Newman of Medford transact by- the Mayor of said City on the 29th says a writer In the Unpopular lie Mstlllnlb’ii.
day of June, 1911, namely, that afore view, you wake up two or three coll
ed business in the circuit court Thurs said section be amended to read as
seeutlve mornings feeling tlmt the
i— .rid is an unsntisfiici.iry place prob
“Sectio. 23. All candidates fcr the
Mrs. S. E.
elective offices of the City of Jackson ably you had bettei go to the doctor.
friends near Buncom Saturday and ville, as provided for in the City He won t be apt to give you anything
Charter, shall be placed in nomination worse than rhubarb and soda
might even try it before going, and
Geo. W. Cherry of Medford was twenty legal voters of the City of if It is a sunny day try to glory In it
transacting business at the court house Jacksonville, and filed with the City out of doors if possible, mid if It is a
Recorder not less than fourteen, nor rainy day try to thing liow cozy It will
J. C. BHrton; ?he Star Gilleh miner, more than thirty days next preceding be by the tire, or if you have to go to
any election as provided for in Chapter an office how good it will be to lime a
was a business visitor in this city III of th# City-Charter.
A full line of the best groceries, confections, nuts, fresh fruits.
All sections or parts of sections in day for steady work, when clients and
Cigars and Tobacco, Etc.
conflict herewith, are heteby re- customers are not apt to come tn.
Miss Louise Erfsele attended the p akd.”
in similar vein Klplllig prescrilied
German Lutheran services at Medford
Now, Therefore, in compliance with for li cnee of the blue». Which he re
I the provisions of the City Charter in ferred to ns » "tanie-eliotls blimp.” you
reference thereto the said proposed
Mr. and Mrs. A. Douglas and Miss ! amendment is by this resolution duly remember, common to "kiddles and
grownups too” When the hump rests
Bessie Clifford of Medford were recent I submitted to the vhlers of this City,
[ tor their adoption of i‘ejfe*tiffn, at the heavily upon you. said Mr. KlplUig—
visitors in this city.
’t frowst with a hook by th» hre.
t regular City Election to be held Tues Don
Hilt take a large hoe and a shovel also
Herman Powell of Medford was in day, March 2d, 1915.
Anu di» MH »■>« gently perspire.
attendance as a grand juror in the cir
Section II. It is the judgment of
j the Council that the following ballot
cuit court, this week.
Where Mirrors Are pdfbiddon.
' title will fairly and impartially convey
Herman Offenbac'her of Applegate the import of the proposed measure
The followers of Jean de IjUrndte
util! flourish in some parts of Holland
was in attendance as a grand juror in ; and amendment:
The tenets of the l.alKidists forbid the
“fropuaed by Initiative Petition.”
the circuit court this week.
“An ACT io amend Section 28, use of mirrors ns tending t<> foster
Use printed stationery, it adds dig Chapter III of the City Charter of the vanity and a love of tine elotlies Till'
nity to your business and tends to cre City of Jacksonville, adopted by the self denying ordluame is nil the more
Competition among paper makers has caused them to turn
voters June 21st, 1911. and proclaimed
ate an impression of its importance.
out some remarkable productions.
Each season brings new
by the Mayor June 29th, 1911. by
styles, new novelties, new textures.
G. S. Sanderson of Central Point abolishing the nomination of City founder the leading figure among the
Among the latter is an Initial Tablet, supplied in all initials,
[.aliadlsts was n Woman When Jean
Was a witness in a divorce proceeding Officers by Mass meeting of the elec
tors of said City or by an assemblage do kilmdle left the Iteformed .hiirch
containing 24 sheets of fine linen paper, of such size that when
on trial in the circuit court Thurs of electors and providing for the nom
mil founded n »e-t ->• ids own ortho
folded through the middle regular'correspondence paper is formed.
ination of City Officers by petition lox hate ma le it llnpowsllile loi him to
The cost of a tablet is but 15y; compared with Initial box
W. R. Coleman of Medford, former only.”
find Ids tlo. k Anna Marin van fk lmr
paper at from 35y to 50e per box, the saving is obvious, but only
fijiifi came to tile rescue and enabled
county clerk of this county wa3 a busi-
one of many such savings to be had, at
the !JiIndlif» »»> settle af Wh-nwerd
nass visiter in this city Monday after
Section III. The City Recorder is brought nianv eoli’erts H> the new
Seven inmates of the county jail hereby directed to fully comply with faith for «lie was if |dimeer of wo
were discharged Thursday morning, the provisions of Chapter XVI of the bif'ff’S right» London Clirotil- le
the grand jury having returned “not a City Charter in the submission of the
aforesaid proposed amendment.
true bill,” in each case.
The foregoing Resolution was regu
TI ih p«»pnl:it.'oii <>t <’hin:i
The grand jury Thursday afternoon larlv passed by the City Council at a
returned an indictment charging LoriB regular meeting held luesday, Feb- own exnctij u«« urtainud
ag«». isKtiid io
Martin with the crime of murder. The ruary 2, 1915, by the following vote, •t'lisii.»» takeii n une
Prim, Aye. Norris. Aye; McIntyre, yield » t«»fiH «»i
trial may be held next week. A. E. Aye; Florey, Aye.
lOO.Omr.rum would he « more nearly
Reames has been retained to defend
Submitted to and approved by the orreet est• intit<• ev»*|j tli.it would rth
Mayor this 4th day of February, 1915
■*crl» ih >
than on»* tin h of the bn
(Sgned) E mil B ritt , Mayor.
The Po3t con ?rat llates our towns*
I ron» tin- total it I m ciin )
•o eMtlirifltc tlrat If th»* (’iillieMe |»eo| le
man, Oliver H irbough on having at
L e . lie W. S tansell ,
were to mar« h (»» mi > i ulven |N»lnt hi
tained his nine icth year in good health
hifflp flh* flm pro«esMh»i» would never
and strength, Mr. Harbotgh’s birtn-
i.d L«»in! h»*forc th«* Imd «»f the : wm >.
day was Saturd iy and he is chipper and
icn.iMMi li ul pns*ed hy H lie" gelier«
[»und trit) tickets, permitting stop-overs at all
lively as a youth of forty. We wish
Ion would Have sprung up t«> «•«»iilinue
p< ints in either direction, to the Panam i Pacific
hi n many returns of the day.
the endleMM line l*'nun “(. ivillzatlun of
International Exposition, Sun Francisco, Feb 2'1
The Five Hundred club was enter- BE IT RE8OLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL ‘hlna.” by II A. Glh-s
to Dec. 4th and to the Panama California Ex
OF THE CITY OF JACKSONVILLE:
t lined by Miss Em na Wendt at her
position, San Diego, open ail year will be placad
Crape on thè Do©’-
home, Friday evening. Those present
City Ch irter a GENERAL ELECTION
The «■listoni ot |‘la*ìtig «-rape on thè
were Miss33 Mary Bagshaw, Nellie is herebv celled and ordered to be held
door of n house « liete lliere lina hven
C «Ilina, Eva CoUdh, Louisa Ensele, within the City of Jacksonville, Jack-
a recedi deatli li id Its ongili In thè nn
Pauline Greaves. Jewell B idey, Alice son County, State of Oregon, on the eleni Enelish liernldh- emioni» nnd
Morgan, Lula Williams, Marie Oben-
on March 2d, 1915, between the hours dille» tinik lo file yeat liuti A D At
chain, and Messrs Dan Bagshaw, Lou of 12 M. ar.d 7 P. M. o’cl <ck of said tlmt (leiì.id hiitchnient». or nr.norlnl en-
Ba ter, Frei Collins, Bill McIntire, Al day for the purpose of electii g the «Ign». were placed Iti front of housee
when thè nobiliti or gentry dled The
fred N <rris and Chester aid George following municipal officers, to-wit:
TWO COt’NClL.MEN to ho.d office for lintr-liiiieiit» were of dl.-nnolid slnifxt
a period of two years;
xml eoiitnined thè f-imily arma quar-
ONE CHY RECORDER to hold tffice
tered and coier.-d wllb «alile.
for a period of one year;
At The Churches
ONE CITY TREASURER to hold of
fice fur a peri.>d ot one year;
.. or I The Boss-Take that suit st $10. and
SHASTA LIMITED: Extra Fare, hirst Cl.is» equipment only.
And for tne purpose of adopting
Leaves Portland 3:M> p. m.
A High Class Ti ain.
rejec’ii'g th- pr<.posed Charier Amend I'm losing monel Customer Well. I II
Sunday School every Sun lay at 10 ment propt s- <1 by Initiative Petition lake It; but how mu- h are you losing?
SAN FRANCISCO EXPRESS: Observation Car, Standard aid
o’clock W. G. Caudill S'jpt. Public a d submit i d io the voters by RESO rile Boss Well I'll lell you I paid $5
Tourist Sleeping Cars. Chair Cars und Diner.
worship at 11 a. m ea h seton 1 and LUTION NO. 73 and which am- d- for It an I have bail to store It. hnish It.
m nt shtll npp.-ar upon the official
fourth Sunday of the month and at bailui under the following title;
Insure It and adt-rtlse It for ten yenrs
CALIFORNIA EXPRESS: Stnn l»'d mid Tourist b ■ e; ng Cars,
Figure it out for yourself. New York
7:30 evey Sjiliv ev-ning.
‘ Ptmp.ised by Ini’iitiv - Petition”
( hair Cai 8 ari l Dinur.
“An ACT ti arn.nd Secion 23, Glolie.
mee'.ing every first and third Sunday
Full particular«, fare«, literature on the Exro-i’i' u^. r ;in c’; • uks
Chapter 111 of the City (’barter of the
11 a. m. H. C. Gallup leader. Pray City
of Jacksonville, ad pted by tne
etc. from nearest A<ent of the
er meeting 1 hurs.lay evening at 7:3. voters June 21. 1:111. and proclaimed
“I’m all Olli ot kelter.’’ dis I »red the
The public is invited to attend those by the Mavor Ju e 29th. 1911, • lj pc« rltt-i man "Mf arm feels loose,
dianing he >m nation of City Of
services. A Collet Pa tor
I.-, k M I :
tic.rs by Ma s Meeting of th - Electors leg I» slinky. What would you adviser
John M. Scott, Cenemi Pan.-<r.gfr Agent Portland, Ore
"I think I’d git myself rebuilt” sug
Services h?ld ev-srv îundav m >rning eleccura o nam C ly »nd providing lur gested the automobile manufacturer.—
.he ou.'.ii.i .i >u > ok C.«> Oifieei* by
at 11 o’clock in 1. O. O. F. H di.
Kansas City JournsL
•* - -
' The City Hall is hereby provided and 1
You can find a Notary Public at this
Still Working for the Public
1». W. BAGSHAW
Resolution No. 73
NEW STORE! NEW GOODS!!
Groceries, Confectionery, Notions,
Goods All Fresh.
Call and see us
MRS. HATTIE DENEFF
CITY DRUG STORE
Resolution No. 74.
February 15 to November
Scenic Shasta Route
Three Fine Trains Daily