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About Jacksonville post. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1906-19?? | View Entire Issue (May 15, 1915)
COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES ABOUT BURNING
Jacksonville Schools Held At Closed Season Begins lune 1,
and Continues Until Ocio-
High School Assembly
ber 1. Must Have
OUR LUMBER EXPORTS
Canal Opens Hundreds of
Miles of Rivers to Com-
is Onion City.
¡shed bv Oregon and
.«voi iK <u owiciy
MAY ,15 1915
JACKSONVILLE, JACKSON COUNTY
Kindness to Animals Manufactures, Enterprises and
to be Tanghi in Home
Payrolls and Promot
Under the leadership of the Ameri
In a recent publication of the Feder*
can Humane Society of Albany, N. Y ,
The commencement exercises of the
j al C-d7e*nment, some interesting sta
Sunday, May 23, will be observed »11
Sin« the closed season for ^)ash tistics are brou$ft enrt/, covering the
public schools of this city were held in
Portland, Ore., May 11, (Special! - over the United States as Humana Sun
Work started on $20,000 extension of
the assembly hail, at eight o’elqçk last burning begins June 1 and extends to exports of lumber and lumt’e1? products The opemi.g of the Celilo Canal around day. The Oregon Humane Society has
night under the direction of Miss June October 1 it is greatly desired by the for the fiscal year ending June 30, J9T4 the last obstructions to navigation on issued personal appeal to all the church Chicago store.
Hinman. The program rendered was Jackson County Fire Patrol Associa it may be of interest to the people of the tdltfmMa.• and the transfer to the I es of Oregon.
tion that all slashings in the coün’y be the Northwest to know that of the4o- Government of th« locks at Oregon
Humane Sunday will be observed all creamery enterprise.
burned during the month of May. tle amoffftt of fir exported from the City, on the Willamette/ have added over our country with services in the
Portland civil service officials launch
Burning permits may be obtained how United States, 630,'3*0/000 ft.,) Ore hundreds of miles of free ope'ff water interest of the work of this society, publication of their own.
Welcom Sweet Springtime-
ever during the closed season and slash gon and Washington turnisfiM over to the commerce of Oregon and har« which is to prevent cruelty to children
High School Chorus.
Having taken referendum on jitney
ings disposed of at that time but it is 630,000,000 ft., valued at $8,059,940. it rfnrtte it possible for the agricultural I and dumb animals.
regulation ordinance, the Portland city
then necessary to obtain a permit to may be of still further interest to section’s e>< the state to take advantage I The week closing May 23 will be de
commission proposes to repeal the
burn and the conditions may be sueh know that nearly 260 million feet of i of the low freight charges which are I voted by the American Humane Society
Grandma’s Knitting Song,
same and enact another.
that burnihg could not be done with this fir went to Australia. New Zea sure to result from the elimination of to humane education work in all the
$12, h00,00« required to finance tl.e
land and the Islands of Oeaanica, over tolls and portage charges. Livestock, schools of our land. It is hoped thus salmon pack this year.
145 million feet went to Asiatic points, fruits, grain, minerals, lumber and to reach the great mass of religious
Toledo—county court received bids
the hot summer months and are a nearly 120 million feet Went to South wool can now be laid dewn on the dock educational thought for the cause of
“Manners Class Drill”“
menace to adjoining timberland. It is America, and approximately 23 million at Portland or Astoria at an immense mercy and kindness. Persons interest for five bridges May 7.
5th and 6th Grades,
S. P Co. has started laying rails
therefore desired to call the attention feet to Panama. European countlies sfifihl? ever former cost, and a conse- | ed in humane society work should ad
of all settlers, wood cutters and log took not quite 40 million feet, England quent increase of profits to the produc-: dress Mrs. F. W. Swanton, Board of north from Coos Bay bridge.
gers to the assistance they can fender leading with 27 million feet and Ger er.
Trade build ng, Portland Or.
3rd and 4th Grades.
the county by disposing of their slash many ranking second with 2 million.
It now remains to see what Us><9 the | The Oregon Humane Society receives large warehouse at Fast 33rd St.
ings at as early a date as possible.
According to the report, Canada and people will make of the open rivers» ' recognition in our state law and by a
May 15 Seaside votes on establishing
The Jackson County Fire Patrol As Mexico, our nearest neighbors on the While stoames can be operated more j state appropriation to carry on its union high school.
Charge of The Hussars—
sociation desifes the co-operation of north and south, took the bulk of the economically then railroad trains, they , work and prosecute cases of cruelty
Empire—Simpson Lumber Co. has
all persons who frequent the forests railroad ties exported from this coun must have cargoes t® transport or they ' under city and state laws.
started Tafheel logging camp near
Another phase of the national move-
and by complying with this request try, the former taking approximately cannot live. If the fartliet* continue
Joy of Spring, Santa Lucia—
the will also be complying with Sec three and ofie-half million and the lat to haul their produce to the ralhvsd j ment is that the entire week from Maj
Milwaukee electors voted down pur-
5th and 6th Grades.
tions 5 and 11, Chapter 278 Oregon ter about half » rriillion. South Amer station because it is a little nearer, of j 17 to 22 shall be devoted to teaching
Forest Fire Laws which provides for ica ranks next in the quantity of ties the wagon road a little better, they j kii'dlte»» to animals in the homes an<
on 19th judicial law if
the’ disposal of slashings.
Folk Dance, Klapp—
from the United States, using over will not only lose the benefit of cheap
The observance of "Be kind to Ani taken will cost $100,000.
State Supervising Warden H. J. Eb 360,000. The countries of Europe evi er transportation at the present time,
L. F. Cronemiller succeeds Ralph E.
1st & 2nd and 2nd & 3rd Grades erly-Medford will furnish any addi dently prefer their own ties, for France but they will be making it iirif»s*ibld mals Week. ” wifi include special ser
tional information that may be desired is the only natlotl who takes from us for the boats to operate at a profit, vices in schools of every description Kooser as managing editor of the Laks
and assist in the burping of dangerous vn amount worthy of reCord, and that and within a short time the upper public addresses. and the preparation County Examiner,
Oregon Voter by C. C. Chapman,
slashings. A marked copy of the Ore amount is only 592 ties valued at $404. reaches of both our great streams will of essays flwd newspaper articles bx
gon Fire Laws mSv be had free upon Of the tetal amount of ties exported be as deserted and lonely as before the I school children sort others, devoted to Portland, advocates lower taxes and
(over five million,) the State of Wash canals were built, and the enormous | the subject of kindness to aniroalB and better business conditions.
Five Knights, Operetta—
ington albne furnished nearly half a sums spent for improvements will have j the recital of incidents showing theii
Molalia municipal water plant lacks
3rd and 4th Grades
oeen wasted. The success or failure I intelligence and loyal service. In some $100 a month of meeting expenses.
places there will be exhibitions devot-
In the matter of American Shingles of the “open river” is up to the far
District Visitor—And how are you
Coaet L Lumber
UIIIIJCI Co. with pay-
ed to horses, dogs and cats or some
Vocal Solo, Just a wearyin’ 1 for you today, Mis. Jones’ The Patient—Not used, Canada and Mexico again take
Iso work ' roll $16.
a month starts this week.
At a meeting ot swine breeders at
at all badly, thank you, ma’am, lhe the lead, the formar importing trom
President Griffith of the P. R. L. &
■ horse parades and similar functions. It
doctor is doing his best. I’ve told him the United States nearly 34,000,000 North Portland last Tuesday arrange
i is needless to say that the subject of P. Co. announces extension of line 18
there will be nobody to pay him unless and the latter over 2,000,000, valued ments were perfected for furnishing
Sunbeams are Glancing—
i our duty to wild animals and their pro- miles to big timber.
I get well. —Cardiff Weslern Mail
respectively at $70,000. and $6,765. the buys and girls of all sections of the
! per protection should also be given
Molalla will build new city hall.
Australia and the Oceanic Islands rank state with breeding animals with which
special attention. In one state, at
ed next in quantity of shingles from to make a start in the raising of pork
merchants agree to handle
; least it is proposed to have automobiles
Quaker Quarrel - Duet,
the Un:ted States, nearly 5,000,000 be for market. The plan was inaugura I go throngh the state for the purpose products of Eugene broom factory.
Robin Broad, Elsie Kitto.
ing shipped to that part of the world. ted by the Union Stockyards some
Gilbert—New $15,000 community
! of distributing humane literature and
nervous but interesting, I^e was mak-
But when it comes to the use of wood weeks ago, but the call for sows was
i encouraging the formation of new lo- school center built.
(ing an eloquent plea for the home life
pulp from the United States, Europe so gnat that it was found necessary
Midshipmite, If it were June-
j cal anti-cruelty societies as well as to
i and was discanting eloquently on the
Gresham Fruit Growers Associate n
springs into prominence with over 18 to enlist the aid of professional hog
High School Chorus.
stimulate the activity of those already ! puts in ice plant.
evils of the club, telling his congrega
million pounds to her credit, ranking breeders In order to supply the demand
tion that married men in particular
i in existence.
Portland—Western Sash and Door
next to Canada, who leads with ap- The stockyards will receive orders for
should spend their evenings at home
Co. adding two-story frame 56x98 and
proximately 20 million pounds.
with their wives and children. “Think
1st and 2nd Grades.
one story 200x125.
the breeders who have agreed t<< furn
FARM CROP PRIZES
my hearers,” said he, “of a poor, ne
Salem —Drager Fruit Co. will build
glected wife, all alone in the great,
$15,000 plant with capacity to pack
Worth Cackling Over
dorsed note from boy or girl, the ani
Solo —Miss June Hinman.
dreary house, rocking the cradle of
2500 boxes prunes per dav.
mal will be shipped direct. The notes
N?xt week the final examinations her sleeping babe with one foot and
“I have a setter that 8 of the Gor- will be u me due and payable at the On M¿.y 1, 1915, Compared
Portland—Tabor Heights hard sur-
will be held of which we will give a re wiping away the tears with the oth- ! don breed ”
“Mine’s a Plymouth time the pigs are mature and ready for !
paving to cost $30,000.
With Same Date Last
er!”—San Francisco Argonaut
Roads from Halsey to Jefferson to
Dates for the annual Gilliam County |
be oiled at cost of $5000.
Fair have been set as'de for Septem
Canby getting a 75,000 gallon water
ber 23-24-25 The Condor Business
Mens Association will have charge of
Oregon, U. S.
Multnomah county will employ 2000
the fair and will employ an experienced Wheat: Per bu. 1915 1.16
men on permanent highways.
man to visit every part of the county
Portland Odd Fellows have bought
and collect exhibits.
Per bu. 1915
and will erect $150,000 building.
At a meeting of the members of the
Tillamook Bay Fish Co. will erect
newly organized Sherwood Commercial Oats:
Per bu. 1915
warehouse at Bay City.
Club last Thursday night, the slogan:
"Sherwood, the On:on City” was adop
Motorcycle tandem seats are manu*
Potatoes Per bu. 1915
factured at Ontario.
Powers, a new town recently platted
Pendleton and Salem are moving for
in Coos County has set aside 30 acres
Junior high schools.
of land to be occupied by factories and
(1) That we represent M. Born & Co. the
Polk & Co. directory gives Astoria
greatest Tailors in the world:
Eugene proposes to drain and irri
Coos Bay wagon road to have $25,000
gate 10,000 acres of rich land between
planking in 11-mile canyon.
the Willamette and McKenzie Riv-
(2) We can sell you an all wool suit from
Corvallis E K. Abraham & Son
The prices are ’urnished by the II
contract for $9000 fraternity
S. Department of Agriculture; the first
$14.00 up, made to fit you.
I column is the price paid to Oregon pro- house.
Roseburg —plans order prepared for
i ducers and the second is the genei al
Jury for May Term
(3) We absolutely guarantee a fit and al
average for the whole United States. paving Third Street.
Sheridan has voted $21,000 school
low you to examine suit before paying for seine.
and will build.
The following named persons have
votes on $3000 water bond
been drawn to serve as
(4) We believe the local Merchant who
issue May 14.
ensuing term of circuit court
Pendleton school board has taken up
Grand jurors: Oris Crawford, Ed
pays local taxes, who spends his money with you,
Helms, J. E. McDonald, E. D Wool-
Victoria, B. C. May 10- Following a retrenchment and elimination of fads.
v.-rton, Peter Barnebuig, C. R Moire night of rioting in Victoria, considered I Jasper Old Sylvester flouring mill
who helps things at home in a thousand different
and Lloyd Hou-ton
for many years, the most conservative sol l»to Leonard Lepley, will be re
Petit jurors: Benj. C. Sheldon, Med- city in Canada, martial law prevails built .
ways, is Entitled to the Business, prices and
ford. E. E. Myers. Lake Creek, Wm. here today.
Marshfield—Mrs. Christie Kruse will
S’ewa’t, Medford, T. E. Scantlin, sr..
The dama"e done by Z'-alous Britons erect a conservatory of music.
quality being equal. AM I RIGHT?
Medford, C. S. Drake, Meadows, Ro- to the property of Gcrman-Canad'ai s
St. Helens — McUorm.ck shipyard
bert Moore, Gold Hill, Dan D. Dull, is heavy.
Medford, S. S. Abbott, Ashland, Geo.
Simon Leiser, a German naturalize 1 has contract to build five mast vessel.
Putnam, Medford, F. K. Duel, Med- Canadian citizen for forty years sus
Albany planning to erect some beau
ford, Wallace Gaibrith, Wimer, T. E. tained a property damage estimated at tiful pergola gateways.
Daniels. Medford, William Hillis, Wi $25,000.
Monroe is to have a co-operatix e
mer, H. S. Lynch, Talent, C. E. Clark
Dnring the riot last night the Phoe
Central Point. M. S. Farnham, Ash nix brewery was almost totally demol store.
North Ben i Work of paving princi
land. Oscar E. Blackington, Gold Hill, ished. The loss runB into rnar.y thous-
pal streets with bitulithic started.
7 he Pioneer Store
Clifton Smith, Rogue River, A. E. I ands of do'lars.
Hall, Griffin creek, A. S Kleinhammer
A euard h is heed place ! around the
Brownsville—Oregon Power Co. ii -
Bunc m, C. E. Woolverton, Ashland, ' government house to prevent a threat stalling lighting system.
F. B. Oatman, Talent, W. A Van ened demonstration against the wife ot
.octri in, Wimer, Charles Buck, Wat- Lieutenant Governor F S. Barnard, i Coos County will open
i.ins, Corbin Edgell. Eagle Point, L. W. Mrs. Barnard is ihe daughter uf F. S. from North Bend to T<n Mile
Smith, Gold Hill, F. L. Barlow, Eagle Loewen, a prominent German citizen
Point, J R. Robinson, Talent, Edward ot Victoria.
Dallas—contract let to oil 100 mites
Foster, Beagle, Frank R. Myers,
Vancouver has been called upon to of road. Last year Polk County oiled
Rogue River, J F. Ditsworth, jr. Der rush a militia guard to help patrol the i fifty miles an 1 it was considered the
[ best road investment made.
Men, Please Don’t Forget