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About Jacksonville post. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1906-19?? | View Entire Issue (May 8, 1915)
Millions Visit World’s Great Panam (U a UWi L
’donai Exposition at San Francisco
ALL RECORDS FOR ATTENDANCE BROKEN BY MARVEL EXPOSITION CITY AT THE GOLDEN GATE.
VAST CROWD GATHERED BEFORE THE HUGE TOWER OF JEWELS.
HIS remarkable panoramic pno-
tograpb shows part of the
vast crowd that gathered on
the opening da.v of the Expo
sition, Saturday, Feb. 20. The crowd
was not only the greatest ever brought
together in the west, but in vastness
it broke all previous exposition atteud-
The grounds were
thronged with visitors from every part
of the globe, and the big attendance:
The opening day :
crowd was remarkably peaceful, and
no arrests were made by the Exposi
tion guards or military during the day.
and but one chiiii was lost, aud it was
returned to its mother within fifteen
Jacksonville Post |
Mother’s Day tomorrow.
You can find a Notary Public at this
A. T. Lundgren was at Medford
Ludvig Almig was a recent visitor
Rev. A. Coslet was a recent visitor
Lewis Ulrich was at Medford Mon
W. T. Grieve spent Saturday eve-
ing in Medford.
A. Klcinliammer of Buncom was a
recent V'sitor in town.
Gus Newbury was a recent visitor in ;
Guy Harper was a recent visitor at I
Denver Marsh was a recent visitor
Miss Lacey of Medford visited in this
E. P. Anthony of McMinnville is a
The Mav term of circuit court will
visitor in the valley this week.
convene May 24.
D. A. Wood of the Applegate valley
Ralph Jennings of Buncom was in,
was a recent visitor in this city.
F. K. Gorden of Roseburg was a
John Norris of Midvale Orchards was t
visitor in town first of the week.
in town Wednesday.
Dr. R. E. Golden was a business vis
Jim Cantrall was a business visitor itor at Medford Tuesday afternoon.
at Medford Monday.
Mrs. Lewis Ulrich entertained a few
Charles Dunford Jr. was in from lady friends at cards Tuesday eve
Wesley Judy of Ashland was a re
City Recorder Stansell was a busi
cent visitor in town.
ness visitor at Medford first of the
Frank Bybee was a visitor at Med week.
ord first of the week.
M rs. Lee Port who has been visitirg
Mr. and Mrs. R >y Ulrich were re
relatives at Ashland has returned
cent visitors in Medford.
George Buckley of Ruch wa3 a visi
Mrs. Ida Wilson and Mrs. S E Dun-
tor in this city Wednesday.
ningtorj spent Tuesday at Central
W. T. Stone of Willow Springs was Point.
a recent visitor in this city.
B. R. McCabe of Medford transact
John Opp was looking after busiunss ed
, business at the court house Wed
affairs in this city Tuesday.
Are you a subscriber to the Post?
W. H Johnson of the Bankof Jack
If not, why not? Only $1.50 per year. 1 sonville
was a visitor at Medford first
Newton W. Borden, Esq. of Medford
transuded business in this city Mon
Joe H. Beeman of Gold Hill was a
business visitor in this city Wednei-
Louise Ensele and Norman Crommie :
were visitors at Ashland Sunday after
The county court was in session this
weak for the transaction of county
A. W. Walker, Medford agent for
, th.? Briscoe automobile, was a business
. visitor in this city Monday. He reports
business in his line, good.
Medford Sun says: E. W. Wilson of
Jacksonville is visiting with friends
an i attending to business matters.
Jewell B-uiey, Mary Bagshsw, Cliff
Dunnington and Alfred Norris were
visitors at Medford Sunday evening.
W P. Bailey who had been visiting
his parents at Eugene lor the past
month, returned TuesJay much improv
ed m health.
Mrs. S. F. Dunnington is visiting
friends in tlie Applegate valley.
E. D. Briggs of Ashland transacted
business at the court house Tuesday.
A. L. Vincent of Table Rock was a
business visitor in this city Wednes
Get your stationery printed at this
office. Our work is guaranteed and
our prices are rigfyt.
Servii « held every Sunday morning
at 11 o’c.ock in 1. O. O. F. il til.
Every body welcome.
Mo’iier's Day i’r . ram a' 11 <>'c -< k
i: "The Br
The mint makes it and under the terms
of the CONTINENTAL MORTGAGE
COMPANY you can secure it at 6</<
for any legal purpose on approved real
estate. Terms easy, tell us your wants
and we will co-operaie'with you.
PETTY & COMPANY
513 DENHAM III TI.DiNG
streets of the city and into the Exposi
tion grounds through tlie Scott street
entrance to the grand staml. At tlie
time this photograph was taken I.in
coin Beachey. aviator, had Just appear
ed above tlie horizon in his flying ma |
chine, nnd the throng was awaiting
Mr Beachey’s approach to circle the
huge Tower of Jewels.
Since the opening day the Exposi
tion lias been crowded with visitors
from nil parts of tlie world. Low rail
load rates, tlie sunny skies of Califor
nia and the opportunity to see the won
derful displays of the forty-two na
tions that are participating in the Ex-
■ositlon are drawing thousands to the
Ixpositiun city at tlie Golden Gate
Following is the report of U. S. Vol
unteer Cooperative Observer, E. Britt;
Jacksonville, for month of April,
Latitude 42 deg. 18. min. north; longi
tude 123 deg. 5 min. west.
Will Praalise in All Courts in the State
Date Maximum Minimum Precipita
D. W. BAGSHAW
Attorney at Law
Office with Jacksonville Post.
IL K. II \NNA
Office in Bank of Jacksonville Building
What After Safety?
Everybody from Dan to Beersheba 1s
Building, California St.
now thoroughly convinced that "safety
first” Is tlie proper thing, It may not
always be possible to agree upon
whose safety il shall be. but ennsidere I
Temperature—mean max. 67; mean
wholly in the abstract anybody caught
mil1. 40:13; mean 53:61. Max. 83 on 16,
putting anythin1.; ahead ul safety In
these eiilighleiied days of peace mid Minimum, 32, on 3,th Greatest daily
good will won d lune to t.odge nnalli range. 41. Total precipitation 1.87
inches Greatest in 24 hours, 0.33 in.,
i inn t lie re it of Ili - lie
Nuinuer of days with .01
Indeed, so amicablx and universally <„! 4.
settled is I Ins problem ot
safety inch or more precipitation, 11. clear
first' that main ire wond r.ng it w>‘ 15; partly cloudy 6; cloudy, 9.
slioiiliin'r now -'top talk’.‘g about it and
Precipitation for season.
i-oninicii e to eon :.|i i uli t shall.ome
1 recipitation for last season
lifter safety. S.nety although the first
tiling. Is not the on y tl'iim
CouoeruLive uoö rver.
st),’ill we have for secund'.' Any sin:
gestion. hnv, ver fooolisll. will In- Wei
Lse printed staiionerv, it adds ci)
Inner Life in Constantinople.
n .ty to your bus no is and tends to cre
Constantinople has n deleterious el ate an impression of its importance.
feet upon Europeans So at least do
dared a "great and highly gifted lady."
mentioned by Grant I niff she Inni the
honor of being received by the sultan II
"I hope yon like C.'oustniitiiiople?” in 11
qillred tlie monarch. “Yes.” said she.
"but 1 find great difficulty In leading
my inner life here.” The stilimi start
ed, but, recovering himself, said suave
ly, "Ah, no one should drink water
Goods AH Fresh. Prices Right.
bere without having it previously boil 1
ed.”— London Chronicle
A full line of the best groceries, c infecti is, nu’.1, fr sh fru.‘s.
Cignrs arid Tub iceo, E'. c.
This Player ‘Quick Study.”
For remnrkuble nu mory it would be
hard to outdo il strolling plnyi'i of the
eighteenth century, of whom Sir Wil
liam Robertson Nlcoll has written. For
a wager be once undertook to memorize
the whole of the next day's Daily Ad
vertiser nnd accomplished his task by
repeating every line In the Journal,
news, headings, advert! ements mid nil
l;i perfect order and without a slip —
London Ta tier.
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Gentlemen Didn’t Anewer.
"Will tile gentlemen p • asc move up
forward a little'.' ' ailed out the polit ■
conductor of the trolley car
,, 15 Cel. is
”1 won’t,” growled Mr Grouch. who
I.ni.e to a strap near the door
Just Received, A N-.v Line )f
"ti'i. I didn't i k you." s id the eon
dm tor - Buffalo Nev. n
Ladies’ Hani Bags, Price R .»• I f- 01
> ) to
NEW STORE! NEW GOODS!!
Groceries, Confectionery, Notions,
Hym-: “0 Day of Restand Gladness’ .
Miss Dorothy Connors whose mother
Scrip'ere le- S'm
Selected P i.-n-'ig -s.
an 1 brother resid s near this city was
a passenger on the steamer Lusitania,
which was sunk by a German sui ma So'o: “The Singing in Go .'. Acre
rine < if the coast of Ireland. Friday
Mrs. Herbert Hanna.
afterm.cn. Miss Connors left home Recitation: "A Trit,.; c”
about three weeks ago and sailed or.
Ker netli Pu’ 1.
the Lusitania to act as a nurse in tie
English Red Cr iss sei vice.
Please do not ask for credit at my
place of business, as I have started on
a strictly cash basis. All those know
ing themselves indebted to me please
VV. R. Sparks
/if T/72 Cr.ur.hes
As we go to press w >rtl has been re R
ceived tha’ the
he Lusitania, an
ai En/ii r
am -r .f the Canard line,
plying bet ween New Yo’k and Europe,
had been r rp xloed by a Gel man sut
mari le »nJ sun < off the■ act of Ire
land, yesterd ly aft-rnom The Lu.-i
L i v.-ence Fitzpatri k aud H îzel By- tania - ail- d fro a Nez, Y
, a w.-ex
ar.I mo- t
1 . >f T ibi R ick Were marri M
for i. We ! i.-s lay fie noon. R.*v.
W. F. JbiciJ* p rg > .n.'l tie C-'.'.'.DJ- buii. i.t 1J07 .mi . o- in
gest passenger ship afin,.'..
Z. N. Agee of Portland, form -riy
county clerk of Douglas count ty. was a
vis to.' in this city Wed.i<
is travelling saLsm in for Riake-
I»,-. al) Paper Co.
President Wilson; President Charles C.
Mi ore of the Panama-Pacific Interna
tional Exposition, Hr Frederick J. V.
Skiff, director in chief, accompanied
by tile thirty Exposition directors, wel
comed the vast throng that assembled
in Van Ness avenue and its lateral
streets and. beaded by Mayor James
Ralph. Jr., walked on foot through the
C. Hanson was a visitor at Medford
Sunday School every Sunday at 10
Subscribe for the Post, only $1.CO o’clock W. G. Caudill Supt. Public
worship at 11 a. m. each secon I and
A dance was given at Orth’s hall fourth Sunday of the month and at
17:30 every Sunday evening.
D. 11. Cronemiller was in Medford meeting every first and third Sunday
:11a. m. II. C. Gallup leader. Pray
Miles <'antral of Iluch was a recent er meeting Thursday evening at 7:3t
I The public is invited to attend these
visitor in town.
| services. A. Coslet Pastor
All work must be spot cash at W.
R. Sparks in 1915.
FOR SALE —An auto, Ford, model
1914. In first class condition. Price
$350. - James Spencer, Forest Creek.
Post Office, —JacksonAille Oregon.
W. R. Coleman who went to Seattle
f if 1 .ert Collins, wanted at Medford
on a criminal charge returned with his
man Friday. Collins is now in the"
county j ¡il in this city awaiting exam
ination by t'm grand jury.
Beekman’s Banking House and The
Bank of Jacksonville, publish state-
pi -nts of condition May 1, in,this issue
of th Post. The former bank is in
course of voluntary liquidation and is
closing up its atfahs as raj idly a p< s-
s ble, and the latter is stea ly mere::
ing in amo .nt of dep-.sit and
of business generally.
Word has been received that Tw< hv
Bros, railroad contractors have
sig tie d
u;i a contract witii tie city of Giants
Pass, whereoy the railroad to the coast
will be built by their firm. Work will
lie commerced next week and wi I be
pushed ns rapidly asjosibh, It is.
expected that about 25.'0 men will be
emplo ed The roau will be a benefit .
to the entire valley.
of the week.
Mrs. B. Vincent, aged 74. of Table
i Rock, is cutting a new set of teeth —
i nine uppers and eight lowers.
A special Mothers' Day service will
be observed at the Methodist church
Sunday morning at 11 o’clock. Appro-
priate services in honor of the best
Fio Thompson, Minnie Keily and I mother on earth—your own. The pub
Gertrude Dunnington were in Medford lic is cordially invited to attend this
D. D. Hail, an attorney of Portland,
The annual convention of the Sov-
transacted business in this city Wed I enth-Day Adveitists will b ■ held at
j Grants Pa”, May 10 to 20. Family
John M Brooks, an orchardist of I tents will be pitched for those attend
Medford was a visitor in this city Wed- i lug to occupy and large pavilions will
nesd iy afternoon.
I be put Up for the different meetings
W. J. Moore, a prominent attorney and for dining purpose?, a'so for ti e
o. Ashland was a business visitor at display and sale ot religious literature,
the court house Monday forenron.
minutes. There were no accidents.
The photograph above shows, on the
left, the Italian towers guarding the
entrance to the Court of Palms next
the I’alace of Varied Industries and in
the center and on the right the huge
grand stand i uilt before the Tower of
Jewels. Here Secretary of the Interior
Franklin K. I.ane. acting in behalf of
ARE YOU GOING TO VISIT THE HUGE EXPOSITION?
Call and see us
Talking is like pin Ing on rhe harp
There Is ns much in laying the hands
on tlie strings to stop their vibrations
.il In twanging them to bring out their
M?S. IÌA1T1E BENEIFj
CITY DRU" cr STOuŒ
Colgate’s .v,; pa 25 Cents
Box of 3
’l an^'o Harmonicas are the b *st
EmLa-y l.:*wn Box Paj er, 4« envcloj 4
paper for 25 cents
All Kinds of bine Box Sta;im ry from 15 cents up.