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Fixing Up an Election.
Gift of the God«.
The city election will be held next
You can find a Notary Public at this
Attire to Suit.
K curious in i,lent once ■> curved at
A meat packer s uaj.»»,» rattled <»“er I "The cn«!ilet and nt- bride were
Potton nt nn election for parliament. the cobblestones «Io n First nveiue cernutili appropriately drvMsetl (or
Subscribe for the Post, only $1.50
Mose Barkdull of Medford was at Sir Mark Wood who Had becu one of Overhead roared an «•.«•» a led. tru ip. and ! •their
SATUIUMY, FEBRUARY 27, 1915. I>er year.
its members fur severitl yenrs. find as In the hunsbiue on Hie curb s.il live
the court house Tuesday. '
Joseph Martin was a recent visitor' Sheriff W. H. Singler made an offi
‘Sin* uun» m tutiiv«
MJk und De
Kir Willinni Congreve. the inveutor of
’ LOCAL NEWS
Suddenly one «»f I Item da. led out into îiiid on .1 vii»»« k % ii i
cial trip to Medford Tuesday.
the famous "Congreve rocket." The the street, mint hiui-srif up on (lie iena
E. W. Roberts was a recent visitor
BORN To Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Lewis, latter resigned in 1811». and tin baro piMixiiiK wagon. MiMLisI a li.iiu and
Friday morning an 8 pound boy.
People of the World.
Mrs. Ellis is reported to be seriously
enney. There were only three voters wing.”
Dave Cronemillor was a recent visi.
Auiiuilih it. nn llali.in « v«»ry person
This ngeut of the city, after a|
in (lie uitritl uuiiiti xfaiMi c«*iutortHbiy
Fred Lewis made a trip to Medford
Medford, was a recent visitor in this and Ills butler, mimed Jennings—but printing the ham. gave the l«»v a vigor ' In hii hi - dii •»( am » Mpiiiri* mile«, while
ous shaking and (lung him toward Hie 1 uruvey.-ini h I nhii tin* size ut CoMrrwtd o
city this week.
had quarreled with Ills master uu op side walk.
'would hurt nil <»t ihrin
T. K. Bolton of Ashland was in town
W. Estell Phipps of Medford was at portunity was afforded for a singular
Ike Elwood of Medford was in
Immediately nil live I m » vs vanished
No wvnther In ih II i hv u Ind he «UtL
into the earth.
i — Bpnnlxb I’luverh.
Sir Mark’s nomination of bls son and
Lester Thompson was in Medford
The “white wing“ looked «town the
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It is expected that tne case of State averted only by Sir Mark coming to street and the wag«»n h id disappeared
R. Sparks in 1915.
J. C. Biirton of Star Gulcn was In
, Paul Humphrev of Medford, was in of Oregon vs Martin indicted for mur terms with the refractory butler, driver <|iiite uncousi ioiis of anv un
der will come up for trial in the cir W hose nomination he seconded In or-
this city Titesday.
.1 .1. b.e'
der to fnduce him to act as a seconder
cuit court next Monday.
Ralph Jennings of Buncom was
He looked in every direction; then,
Peter Watkins of fitedford tfaS a
to his son .Matters being thus put doubtless thanking the gods for their
G US NEWBURY
visitor here Tuesday.
formally in train. Sir M irk arranged gift, he wrapped th«» ham In a news
Ernest Langley was a visitor at Med
Rert Anderson of Medford was a re
President Wilson for postmaster at should be alone given, and the final paper and he too disappeared down a
cent visitor in this city.
Will Practise in All Courts in the State »
that place. The Post congratu'ati t state of the poll nt Patton’s only side street.— New York Tost.
A. B. Cornell of Grants Pass was in
Newton W. Borden, Esq. of Medford Bro. Kaiser upon his appointment and knowfi contest stood thus: Wood
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A Novel Craft.
was in this city Wednesday.
OREGON. I 4
(Tory), 1; Jennings (Whig), 0. .—West
H. K. Hanna was at Medford Wed
In the harbor of Port Wetier. the On
; . « a
Jack Collins of the Applegate valley lent P. M.
tario entrance of the Welland ship
Was a recent visitor in town.
i canal, says the Engineering News, the
The restaurant of Mrs. Coffman on
Jno. G. Dunnington was a visitor at
Evan Reames of Medford was at the California street was placod nnder
D. W. BAGSHAW
Snow Ice cream-what n joy It used i surveying staff uses n tint bottomed
court house Tuesday afternoon.
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quarantine by Health Officer Golden, to be to the child heart! Mother used boat that can lift Itself clear of the
Mrs. Walter Kentner was a visitor
Attorney G. C. McAllister of Ash Wednesday forenoon on account of to make It when she hud been tinpor- water. It is a drill boat or sounding
Attorney at t.aw
in town Monday.
scow, of catamaran model, built par
land, was in this city Thursday.
one of Mis. Coffman’s children, a boy tuned to "dis let us have one more cup ticularly for the work of finding the
W, Ti Gfieve motored to Ashland.
Holbrook Withington of Medford about fifteen years old, haying a miid
hn[>s. does not need Hint Joy. with ev elevation of the rock that underlies tlie
attack of smallpox. It is supposed erything so handy for buying "store" bottom of the river, in order to have
wd9 at the court house Wednesday.
Office with Jacksonville Pbst.'
H. A. Canaday, of Medford was' at
Are you a subscriber to the Post? that the boy contracted the disease ice cream. But never can such make a steady platform on which to work
the court house Friday.
shift take away the memory of the during rough weather the surveyors JACKSONVILLE.
- OREGON ’
If not, why not? Only $1.50 per year. while on a visit to Gold Hill.
earlier dish, it was so easy to make bad the scow made with a slot nt each
Kd Bostwick of Medford was in this
Uncle Billv Cameron, of Uniontown
too. Nature kindly furnished the foun corner, through which a very heavy
Pity Sfitldfiy alterriootii
was a business visitor in town Satur
dation. and all that was necessary was spud or post can lie raised or low ered.
AS 70 ECONOMY
H. K. HANNA
Jiidge Briggs oj Ashland was a te- day,
to add sugar ami milk. When u new The lifting niei-hanfsni consists of a
relit visitor in this City.
wheel on top of emit post, over which
B. F. Piatt Estj. of Medford was
I fall of snow came the children watch a wire cable passes from (lie side of
ed anxiously until it became deep
Attorney Trefren of Ashland was at transacting besiness in this city Tues
the court house Tuesday.
tals. Then It was carried to mother When the scow lien res and sways tn Office in Bank of Jacksonville building«-,
Mr a. GdOrgc A. Gadder was a visi-
J. H. Hittson, chief of police atMed-
and milk poured in and more snow the water too uindi workmen start the
tor at Medford Wednesday.
ft’Fd 1*3» «? the court house Tues-
added, aud then more milk poured in four engines, and presently the «row JACKSONVILLE,
and mote snow added, until there was is standing firm, with its four atout
TJ»e dance last might in Orth’s Hall diy.
a full cupful. Sugar was added until legs on the bottom of the river.
was h very enjoyable affair.
Miss Fem Daiiey of Medford was a
Since the »itixens convention at the taste was Just right and the mix
DR. T. T. SHAW
Mrs. C. L. Grant of Medford was a
which candidates wefd nominated for ture was placed out of doors until It
Too Much to Bear.
visitor tn this city Wednesday.
councilmen, there has been consider- had become a half frozen mass, and
Friend—Why are you crvlng. Robby?
C. C. Pfirsel of Buncom was a
Hollis Parks of Buncom was a busi
able talk about economy, The plan is there was the ice cream!—•ndianiuiolls Bobbv- Ma whipped me because mj
riess visitor ill this city Monday after to cut off some of the city officers News.
ness visitor in this City today,
face was dirty and then washed it.— Office in Ryan Building, California St.
salaries. At the city convention, tr
Mrs. F. C. Smith was a visitor at Hoch.
Elmer Hicks of the Oregon Granite which was conducted in a fair and
Medford Wednesday afternoon.
H. k. Hanna was a business visitor Co, of Medford was iff this City Wed honorable manner, every one having more dangerous than its complete sev
an equal chance. proV'ded they had a ering. for the coats of arteries are
bt Medford Saturday dftetbOon;
formed of muscular tissue. wtiiell con
Geo. W. Chdrry of Medford was
Attorney O C. Boggs of Medford
to nominate them. Aa usual some tracts, and a slight cut at once ex
Was at the court house Tuesday.
(were defeated, and not being satisfied ponds Into a round or oval hole,
C. O’Gonneil a solicitor for the Med Thursday.
f came Out by petition for councilmen. through which tlie hemorrhage con
J. S. Howard of Medford attended
ford Sun was in town Wednesday.
That, of course, id their privelege. timies unless the artery be tied. When
the funeral of Mr. Beekman Ihursday
I The point I wish to make is this: I do an artery is completely severed the cut
B. W. Talcott, a job printer of Ash-
__ ’ not like to see them pre-empt all the etids tend to turn in and close the
I md was a visitor in this city Friday.
Dan Bagshaw and Sidney Abbott at . credit for economy. I believe there tube. In the case of a small artery
W. J. Moore, Esq. of Ashland was a tended the basket ball game at Med
this closing sometimes needs no assist
Goods All Fresh. Prices Right.
are others who are for eeonmy, and ance. in the case of a larger artery
Visitor in this city Tuesday forenoon.
ford last night.
A full line of the best groceries, confections, nuts, fresh fruits.
■ whose record as business men and as the surgeon ties it at once and thus
J. Calvert of Grants Pass visited
Cigars and Tobacco, Etc. ,
Henry Mankins of Poorman'» creek good citiz -ns will prove this. I ant closes It for good. The New Jork
friends in this city Saturday and Sun was transacting business in this city
i-peaking now of W. H. Johnson and Medical Journal reports two eases at
Call and see us
I W. I. McIntyre. I believe every one 1 Lincoln hospital in which beuiorrhages
R. A. Holmes of Medford transacted
A. W. Walkef of MeJfotd, agent for who believes in real economy should i broke out over aud over again for sev
business in this city Tuesday after- the Briscoe automobiles. Was a recent vote for the men who are in favor of eral weeks in arteries that had only
Just been nickv'l and that were dually
economy before the election and who ! liealwl bv being tied lust as If they
visitor in this city.
benled by B p I iik tiexl
Mr. and Mrs; George A. Gardner
Get your stationery printed at this will practice it afterwards, if elected. | hud bwen severed.
Were visitors at Medford, Monday af! office. Our work is guaranteed and
our prices are fight;
Herbert Spencer did lH>t iigrce with
T: W. Miles, Esq., of Medford was
Resolution No, 73.
H. Chandler Egan of the Egan Or-
the scientists who favored tile metric
a visitor St the court house Tuesday chards was a business visitor in this
B e it resolved by the city council ' System He said It is artificial mid
City Tuesday afternoon.
unsntlsfachtlt. ♦»'»» tx-iiig divisible by
OF THE CITY OF JACKSONVILLE:
H. D. Norton, oi Grants Pass, at-
only two uiiiiibers—tv.<) liiid five—m <1
Gus Newbury of Medford was atten
tended to legal business in this city ding to professional business at the tive Petition htii Ucsn duly filed with In one case tile result 1» fifths, ttdtlcli
Competition among paper makers has caused them to turn
the City Recorder demi.ndln^ the »uh are practically useless In tin* everyday
court house Tuesday afternoon.
out some remarkable productions.
Each season brings new
mission to the voters ot this City, for Ilf« of the people The decimal system
Dr. E. B. Pickel of Medford has
Use printed stationery, it adds dig- their adoption or rejection, the follow Is sitnilitfi.t objevtiomible. tie contend
m ide several professional visits to this nity to your business and tends to cre- it g proposed amendment to Section ed. because it tuts an iiiip< rf<s-t fourth
Among the latter is an Initial Tablet, supplied in all initials,
23. Chapter III of the City Charter of and a more imperfect third both of
ate an impression of its importance.
containii.g 24 sheets of fine linen paper, of such size that when
which are desirable in ordinary trans
Frank Amy, one of Medford’s coun
folded through the middle regular’correspondence piper is formed.
A. B. Baling of Medford atten led the voters of said City on the 21st day I actions He regarded twelve ns one of
cilman was a business visitor in this
The cost of a tablet is but 15^; compared with Initial box
held for that purpose ahd proclaimed
paper at from 35f> to 500 per box. the saving is obvious, but only
in the case of State of Oregon Vs Roy by the Mayor of said City on the 29tb easily divisible into grours of unit*
Mrs. D. W. Bagshaw and daughter
one of many such savings to be had, at
day of June. 1911, namely, that afore for popular use
M-try were visitors at Medford Satur
said section ba amended to read ; s
The banks in Medford and Ashland follows:
fracing If Back.
were closed Thursday afternoon on ac
“Section 23. All candidates for the
hirer’’ says- “1 am making a
Jno. W. Pern ill of Applegate attend count of the fur.eral of Mr. Beekman elective < lfices of the City of Jackson
of tbc iint eXiiuiplc« of mod
ville, as provided for in the City eollectlifil
ed the funeral of Mr. Beekman Thurs of this city.
prn slang U'fiiit do»-" double cro«s
George L. Davis, formerly president by petition signed by not less than I mean?"
Ufn-l to oblige you. The »lung you
The banks and tne offices at the court of the Bank of Jacksonville, but row twenty legal voters of the City of
mention 18 IVodcrii. but lite bouree I»
house were closed Monday, it being residing at Oakland, Cal. visited Recorder not less than fourteen, nor
more than thirty day* n< xt precediig
friends in the Valley this week.
Caesar croMxed tlie
tie recrosseil it. Till*
Fred W. Mears of Medford was at
An alarm of fire Was turned in Sun1 HI of the City Charter.
tending to professional matters at tne day but fortunately no serious damage
Ail sections or parts of sections in croHstng tlie Italie’ (lie fighting
nflict herewith, are hereby re-
court rouse Tuesday forenoon.
resultel. The alarm was on account
gun.--Cleveland Plain fien 1er.
Fletcher Stout who is employed in a of an incipient blase in a wood box at
Now, Therefore, in compliance with I
the provisions of the City Charter in
drug store at Gold Hill, visited his the Qaekin residence.
reference thereto the said proposed
“Can you wa<b clothes?’ askad the
parents in this citv over Sunday.
Reduced fare round trip tickets, permitl
Mr’. Robt. ErtniS. mention of « hose amendment is by this resolution duly
timid young lov«*r
at all points in eiiher directions,
B. B. Beekman who had been sum* Illness has been made in former issue» submitted to the voters of this City,
“What’s that?4’ asked the surprised
tor their adoption or rejection, at thr
the Punama Pacific International »posit
moned on account of the illness of his of this paner, wa« taken bo the hospi regular
City Election to be held Tues
San Francisco, and to the Panama Califo
tal at Ashlani, Tuesday. Her dausrb- day, March
‘Cali you wash dishes?’
father, arrived Sunday morning.
Exposition, San Diego, on sale every day
•Ray. I thought this was a proposal
ter Ruthetta accompanied her.
Section II. It is the judgment of
The public schools were closed Wed-
of marriage? What do von run. any
The business houses and the
nesday noon as a precaution against
title will fairly and impartially convey way—a laundry or u restaurant? —
smallpox and will remain closed until
day afternoon as a tribute of respect ai.d amendment:
“Proposed by Initiative Petition.”
to the late Mr. Beekman whose funeral
“An ACT to amend Section 23,
Inhn S. Orth, the wellknown Med was he'd at 2 o’clock that afternoon.
understand." said the letter car-
ford banker was in town Tuesday as a
ATTENTIONl-Hsving City of Jacksonville, adopted by the rfpr. "tli.it some of th sc ancient» did
witness in the Toft case tried in the FARMERS
voter* June 21St, 1911. and proclaimed ■ill their wilting on rucks and bricks."
newer In my shop I by the Mayor June 29th, 1911. b;>
"Yes.” replied tile professor.
Three Eine Trains Daily
a n n >w prepared to grind chilled plow abolishing the nomination of Ci'j
"Well. th.-se timi*» li ne their disad
At th’ Methodist Church tomorrow, shares in first class manner,
Also Officer* by Mass meeting of the elec vantage; Blit I’d rather lie a letter
Sunday Feb. 28tfi. Morning subject, light hack and St imp Puller for sale tors of said City or by an assemb age enrrier tmw than then." Washington
Shasta Limited : San Franc sco Express -, California Express
of electors and providing for the no n
“The Christian Life,— Four Great cheap. Wm. Freudenthal
illation of City Officers by petition
Essentials of.” In the evening, 7:30,
The residence of William Barnum only.”
It Hit Him.
was entered Saturday night by a burg- [ Vote YES or NO.
"Yes." observed the egg. "my r lira tri
Roland Hubbard and Leland Noe. lar or burglars, sometime between
cal venture was n great success. I was
stndenta of the Medford high school, 7:30 and 10:30 while Mr. and Mrs. Bar
Ten days' »top-over will be allowed at San
east for the heavy villain and made a
were in town Tuesday advertising a num were absent at Medford. A num
Francisco and Los Angeles on one way tickets
directed to fully comply with
basket ball game to be hell at Med ber of boxes and toilet cases in the hereby
to Eastern Cities when routed via the
the provisions of Chapter XVf of the patch
ford, Friday evening.
Southern Pacific, which will enable t< urists to
bedroom were ransacked and their con City Charter in the submission of the
Ths Retort Fatherly.
visit either or both Expositions.
Mrs. Sarah A. Stought, a wellknown tents turned out. About $40.00 each aforesaid
The foregoing Resolution was regu "1 want to marry your daughter. 1
p’oneer of Oregon and one of the old
larly passed by the City Council at a love her.” said the suitor
Full purtiruluru, lam, Iltaralare oa thE Eipouitioa.
est vomen of the Rogue River valley, half burned matches lying on the car regular meeting held Tuesday, Feb-
"Wliat makes yon think I don't?”
train athadulea, at«., from nearest A*rst of the
<*:e' at her home near Phoenix, at pet between tlie front door and the ru ry 2, 1915, bv the following vote. replied her dud Philadelphia Ledger
noon, Wednesday, February 24, sged
Aye; Florey, Aye.
n’nety years. Mrs. Stonght came to indicate that entrance was made by
Submitted to and apt.roved by the
Mayor this 4th day of February, 1915.
O-e-on in 1857, crossing the Isthmus
Gertie-1 wt-h to show you that I
John M. Scott, General Passenger Agent Portland, Ore
t >n't stand on trifles.-Helen (glancing
(S gned) E mil B kitt , Mayor.
of Pan ima. She had resided in this same
..... - time, the re«tdenre of John Ba”-
valley for more than 52 years. Funer- num. brother of William, was ent, r- I
al was held Friday, interment in Jack- but the only articles reported missing I L eslie W. S tansell ,
( are a couple of photographs.
NEW STORE! NEW GOODS ! !
Groceries, Confectionery, Notions,
MRS. HATTIE DENEFF
CITY DRUG STORE
Two World Expositions
Scenic Shasta Route
Stop-overs on One Way I ickets