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About Jacksonville post. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1906-19?? | View Entire Issue (May 15, 1915)
Official Paper ot the City of Jacksonville, Oregon
A weekly newspaper published every Saturday at the county seat of Jackson
County, Oregon. D. W. B agshaw , Editor and Publisher
Entered as second-class matter June 22, 1907, at the post office at Jacksonville,
Oregon, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1879.
Cheer Up, Cheer Up! Cheer Up!
Copyright, 1915, by the McClure
Spring is here, the weather is fine
And “The World is Growing Better
SATIRDAY. MAY 15, 1915
It was about a week before Memo
rial day a few years ago that one Ho
SUBSCRIPTION: One year by mail $1.50. Advertising rates furnished on
ratio Sparrow, a resident of the vil
lage of Okoinos, entered the drug store
z •. .
ha that burg looking as if he had
Lots of beautiful Days are spoiled by the fellow who can’t
•ouiethlng serious ou his miud, and on
buing encouraged a little be anld to the
thinking “There’ll be a Storm before night.”
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE OF druggist:
OREGON FOR JACKSON COUNTY.
"Doc, don't say nothin' to a livin'
(From off our Wireless)
soul, but tlie town of Okemos Is to be
D. D. Hail, Plaintiff,
Europea neutral nations are fast ap-
Our stocks are in splendid array to take care of your orders.
jarred from center to circumference
tsf i I
proe.ching the crisis that confronted
I J. B. (’olc-man and Anna
We have extensive assortments of Wash Goods, Dress Goods, Silks,
the small boys apple core.
"In what way?” was asked.
Bell Coleman, Defendants.
One good exercise for the memory Is
Laces, Embroideries, Trimmings, Neckwear, Hosiery, Un
To J. B. Coleman and Anna Bell
to repeat the names of all the Presi-
Coleman, the aboved named defendants. office at 7 o’clock. Meanwhile get
derwear, Draperies, Curtains, Waists, Muslin wear, Men’ Goods, &c.
dents of Mexico since Diaz.
In the name of the State of Oregon: ready to feel tlie earth tremble!"
“Is It dynamite, Horatio?" Will
At the present rate of ocean travel You are hereby required to appear and
Red Ribbon and Monopole Groceries, Red Ri bbon, Drifted Snow
sime steamships will soon be advertis answer the complaint filed against you gasped.
“You be there and see.’’’
and Orient Flour at $1.65 and $2.00 per sack. Wheat, Rolled Barley,
ing for passengers as ballast.
I in the above entitled action within six
Horatio was a man Hwt never got
Apparently the diplomatic corps at .weeks from the loth day of May, 1915. excited when be woke up In the morn
Shorts, Bran, &c., at lowest possible prices.
Mexico need about 100,000 attaches ! date of first publication of this sum- , ing and found a cow In his garden, anil
Don’t forget we pay highest prices for wool and Mohair.
with rifles and big guns.
; mons, and if you fail to answer or oth the druggist felt quite sure lie bail
With eight presidents since Diaz, erwise appear, for want thereof plain- something big on hand. lie must have
Mexico must be fast clearing up her j tiff will apply to the said court, for the told about fifty other people what he
: relief demanded in his complaint. told him. for there was a big crowd al
Unless the price of flour drops short-1 to-wit; for a judgment against you and the postotliee at 7 o'clock In the even
lug, aud all expected to hear big news.
ly a "baker’s dozen” may be reduced eilch of y°u f°r the sum of Sixty Two Deacon Holden took charge of tilings,
from 13 to 11.
I an<^ 40-100 Dollars ($62.40) with inter- as usual, and ns the crowd got impa-
est thereon at the rate of seven % per tieut lie snld-
Japan s demands on China are so
“It is understood, feller citizens, tbai
annum from Jan. 17th, 1914, and for
fra.ued ss not to take in more than .,
i the additional sum of I’ittv Dollars at- Horatio Sparrow Is goln' to launch a
every ng in sig .
i torney<8 jeeg ¡n t^e gaj[j actjon and for thunderbolt here tonight, and it is
with more tlinu ordinary interest that |
Some people go through life looking ( hia C()gtg an() disbursements.
as if they were Borry they had ever . Thia summons is published by virtue I call the meetin' to order. Stand out.
, of ar> order of the H'-norable F. L. Horatio, aud let’s bear all a'siut it."
Horatio stood out. He looked pale,
It is said that ghosts enter haunted | TouVelle, Judge of the County Court,
but determined. He'd been thinking
houses with the aid of skeleton keys, j in and for the said coufity and state, for a week of what lie was going to
The public interest in the condition I made and file i on the 5th day of May, ■ay. and he started off as smooth as
of F-4 before it met with dieaster is 1915. directing the same to be publish- ■ grease:
i ed in the Jacksonville Post, a newspa- 1 "The drums are boatin' a wild alarm
something more than idle curiosity.
per of general circulation, published i There is a wavin' of Hags, n mar. hln'
Enver Pasha says Turkey went into
in the Citv of Jacksonville, Jackson ' ‘ df men and n wailin' of women an I
the fight with her eyes open. She mis-
County, State of Oregon, for six con- : children. War Is upon the land, The
laid her spectacles.
I secutiue weeks.
j life of the nation is at slake."
Judging from the various sides es- Date of first publication. May 15, 1915, 1 "By John, but that’s flow'ry Inn
guage!" exclaimed tlie deacon
. .jzz.ini □ uri*.'®.
poused by the Boers, it makes small Last publication, June 26, 1915,
“Anything more. Horatio?"
l’i jfessm ti.in? t.'r< ss <if thè Uni
Resident of Roseburg Di a
difference to them which side thev are
D. D. H ail ,
“I jest want to call your attention to
ve" it.v uf Cnitz. Au.'iria. bus thè credit
on fo long as they are fighting.
Attorney for Plaintiff. j the fact that (Jketuos has never had a
of e.-tllhlisiimg il.? tirst musi uni of
Six months ago the announcement
Memorial day parade." replied the or
«rimili»:.nud n < rimimilistic lidio-
Roseburg. Or., May 12 George Jones raiory. velie.e tile wea|.ous. tool» uml
ator. "We liev never paraded and uev-
that the Pennsylv.ania railroad would
who settied in Oregon over 50 years otller |iiiiap!ieri.alia nini m.iiertals uscii
Spice of life
..iriPH C . M. I CE.
spend $20,000,000 on itself would have
“By John, but that's a strong p’int!" ago, and one of the early politicians of by . ; Indmiis aie assemblei! to assist ili
•I or I ioio. tor
Now it is merely a
fourth page, bottom of a column item.
Bunk —I noticed you riding in a Bu ratio ain't knockin' things edgeways. buried tomorrow. Mr. Jones was the nal mimls and a siiuly of uieth.xls and
., 4 i >r inv&lnnble book
j : it LL PATENTS.
The old-fashioned method of settling ick yesterday. Punk —Yes I left my No. sir; we've never Uml a parade nor owner of 1000 acres adjoining the city s. lems l'or dea Un ; v. itli ibis larve and
r 1 » get a pai tuer,
aalàe intorniai ion.
political quarrels by the duel had at Ford and Packard in the same garage decorated any graves, and we ought of Roseburg to the north. He is sur duiigerolis eia.ss s of every
least the merit of saving a great deal and that’s what I found next morn to be ashamed of ourselves. It Is your vived by the widow and live children. ITli.s I1IUHCII..I wns isiaotlsiied in 1895.
1? I U .
and siine Ulen other ostali.Ishuieuls of
suggestion that we celebrate the day
of time for the criminal courts.
PAI Er r LAWYERS,
thte year, Horatio?"
thè sanie ciiarui-ler IlilVe lieeu organ
"93 S3'." hr:., v/aih!nrton, D. C.
Japanese navigators will have to be
“That's u p’int. deacon.”
particularly careful if every disabled
One or tlie most Important of these
“And It's r.s strong as a log chain
Huys Potarjes fjr Drying
Bhip arouses suspicions of territorial
“Was it your craving for drink that Yes. sir; we'll celebrate the day. and lb
is tire Si» l-'ty of ('riminolo-,y and So
brought you here?” asked the sympa order to make it a howlin' success I’ll
vini Deleiise in l’arrs. which lias a
Germany’s demand for open seas thetic visitor at the ja’I. "Great Scott, agree to take charge of the parade."
Hood River, Or., Mav 12—D F. Tay membe.siii;. ni unire than 2UO. in
“But I object to that." said Horatio, lor, wb i is connected w th Th a Dalles eludlng tn.i iy« promlneiii representa-
does not prevent the Sultan from keep ma’am! Do I look so stupid as to mis
ing the Dardanelles shut as securely as take thia place for a saloon?” Buffalo “Heviti’ originated this Idea. I think evap rator, has been hce, purchasing live:- of thè lav.. ih» | oil<e ami medicai
prolesslou. ami tl wun org.anzed to
It's fur mo to ride on horseback at the large quantities of p„tat>es
from Up- coli, entra le a a l ve n, ; aàz ■ t:ie scuttered
head of tile procession."
per Valley rancher.. Tn. tubers nre el'.'oris i.r In.’.a .ilmiis v. lm nere study
Mexican generals are at least get
There was a painful pause, and then
evapo. at .1 by a special p.' , ess. Mr. big l'::s .iisi| il-,mg
al |n'oulelii and
ting enough mutual respect to cause
“But your fiancee has such a small
them to cease calling one another ban
form. Juui)>e<l off the counter aud said: fay lor .->avs mat re, resentai ives from to luake thè r. .-c'ts of ¡heir Work avull
salary: how ate you going to live?”
"There shouklu't be no jealousy the United States army uu.u '.. rm.ir alile foi mutuai ialoi-mathiu
“Oh, we’re going to eeom mize. We’re
By leaving Europe for the United g ting to do without such a lotof things about this thing. Horatio would look tei’» depi.rimi.nl have in» esiiguivd ide
Faztinc and Health.
purty tine on tils spotted horse, mid dried polUlUe-0.
States Huerta shows an inclinatian to that lack needs.
Buffalo C. urier
"The prili tn i ot lasting." states a
the deacon would be im slouch in his
avoid war rather than to seek it.
tuedi.nl man. "Is. «lieu wisely follow
cocked hut. but If there’s to be any
ed. most beneficial. I mu convinced
Theory and practice are somewhat
feellu' over It I'll take the Job off their
Civil èia: Ve', er in Di s
that uimiy people never feel the sell-
“Good gracious,” exclaimed a vicar hands. As I'm f aeuian of tile fire
• il\ rent as young lawyers <>r physi
satiun of miturrl lumber. All they have
cians can tell you.
as he met a village laborer wearily pul company. It comes in my line any
Is n luorbi.l craving for food which
k»t t.ve genuine
As a rule when you do see a good ling a loaded wheelbarrow, "it would
comes of habit rntln-r than from any
man you see one i.s ugly as a mud be much easier if you
for nobo.ly," said Horatio.
l uie i, age ! ZJ years, died nt iiiu Ore- netinil need feit by the stomach
"Yus, but I’m lick o’ the sigiit o’ it.”
Natural hunger stimulates the palate
"And I'm tlilnkln' I'm the man to gon Souliers Hem.' yesrci’day'
H.- en mid is fell in the mouth ns well ns In
boss things." added the deacon
cv.n.ij Machino ç
R -h.tions between the old fashioned
I-red H e hum» u . m Condo i.
lie ie the Internal nrgau/.
It makes the
“li appears to me." said gilas I.ap-
milkman and the hydrant are frequent
k •i to buy the machine
hatn as he stood up and rubbed his -urviv.d by one son w.m lives at Prine- plainest fatal seeai <1. lielous. Spine
Th? nervous Guest ( i«ked to sit next hands together, "that we are not work- ville. He served in the oeVc.it n h Uli.mllllnlte p.i;;-ic suffer, it is title.
1 wka the name NEW
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to his hostess and < pposite the goose) - in' In complete harmony In tills mat .iiicu.gan i.uan. rv and Sixth .>nci i;..:i Iron ilisll..ieietit food, tint IIOI so
1on the arm
many as those whose ills arise from
Am I to sit so close to the goose? (sud ter. It will be the eveut of the cen c.ilvuiy.
Rain Halts Railrad Traffic
enJ in the legs,
Let us sacrifice any selfish In
denly feeling thia may be misunder tury
» . ’J
T‘J« mac!.ine is
stood) er I mean the mast one.— terests as Individuals and work to make
Origin of the Lone Star.
[■ M^.-r«-nteci for all
jU .ii lot: - fasting^ would do wonders fol
the affair s general am-eess."
R dding, Ca!., May 15—Rail •id New York Sun
If a place name Is often .-iystnllizoU th.-in. The system wiiilid recover its
"ITiat'a powerful good advice.” said
traffic was at a standstill today while
history, flow inucti mon- u id kiiiune
lust tone, ali i in the case of nient.ii
r-in p ur»d and big sect on* of track
Uiilii-ss the tlo-.v.-ri sylionyni .'or Ti-x
workers the tn- i i woui-l work with r f’o c2icr I’ke it
with bls cane—
weit bitten.tut by raging I", r nts.
The office boy in a law offi e of this Ins stand ready "powerful good. . I ul as. w liicli orators mouth as the Lone mi ease and l.gi,:ness that would sur
to nucí jilee, und I hope Stjir State
Jo most mimls this s.vm-
During the twenty-four hoir« eight town him< If hopes to be a lawyer the rest of you
do Any further pTnt. l>o>iz.es eolicrotely the fact licit the prise them, lor ihe l.ralu Is one of the
elilef snlTerefs from th.- practice of Th K:?, iiùüc
and a half inches of rain fell at Kenitci s me dr.. He has b.-gun his stuiies Silas?"
stat.? was first an Inde, e..detil nation overeating
Be wi en 4 and 6 p. m. Sunday tl.e already by asking questions of the
"You can call It « pTiit or not." said
■to m assutni d the prot ortions of a clerks wh-never he I.ears a legal term Silas, "but bein' there seems to t>e a Behind the tact Is this story, von :-ed
for by tradition more or less nutli.-inic
They Knew Castor Oil.
cloudburst six inches falling in two about whi h he ded-es information. controversy hole 1 think It better be At th.- outset, after neliiei .ug In iepea I
The o'tlesi un ili. al book In the worin
loiin. Many washouts were r porte i Toe ether day he approached one of settled by seleclni' i?e to boss tilings."
i’ll e. Texas lacked prelt.v well evei.v
was found In a rock tumb by the Nile
“I'll never siirreiuier my rights!" said tiling bill lilt'll.
between Rennet and Motion eight mile* the c erks with this question: "What
¡'lie lelliiel's kn. w ffiiiina Hum abolit
ou B C. It Is a
dislant, 'Ihe Southern P h itic trails do th y mean by a contingent fee?"
state pnpers re<|iiircd a great seal to roll Iiboui Sixty sp. lent num mid ear We have on hand for sale the following
"Nor me!" added Deacon Holden
were tied up.
validate them, and In default of any
ii s p -esci lptloiis for nli sorts of nil
"ft's like this." explained the clerk,
'Nor me!* yelled Aimer Jones.
thing better llic.v Improvised one tr.iai nients (’usb I oil Is-one u: tin* renie
At one point near Rennet, a will < f "if you lose the e.,se your lawyer gets
It was evident that the meeting was a coat button which happened to bear dies presenil, d It lias b.-eli Used prêt
watt r mud and boulders r Ikd down nothing; if you win y.iu git n »thing.” on the point of breaking up lu n row
a single star. A document so seal 'd ty steadily ever silice
the hilUide, carrying nwav 500 feet of
when Joe Rlclmrd came sauntering In fell under tile eye of nn liiniglualive
truck and digging a pit seventy feet
as calmly as could la. i he ilencou saw Journalist
Bill of Sale,
He straightway exploited
him and called out;
deep. The track was borne bodily down
"The Lone Star Republic" In print so
Belle- flow silly men n<-t when they
"Feller patriota. before this meetin' fervid us to persuade Texas here was
the mountain toward the river.
propose’ Why. my busbsnd acted like
tweaks up in n row that will send the the device most apposite for her s<nl
other washouts demolished 300 sod ?<'0
a perfect fool Nelle— That's wlim ev
Quit Claim Deeds,
and her dag.—New York Press.
ft. respectively. Ho’-., 25 feet 'eep
erybody thought when yuttr engage
I hattel Mortgage,
I per i ent nn.l put our clvlllzasliun back
incut was uniiouticeil exchange
were scoopo 1 n i' -,n.l i d -. <n «mal'
Sak’m. O . M
According to an fifty years let's hear what .!< e Richard
I indslldc« eh rt diet uce i.b^ve | u
ir»oun e <»■ nt n-» ie yesterday by State has to »ay alsmt It."
Real Estate ontract.
A fter nearly three centuries of use
A Ha.-ct World.
traffic u' a st n .«I i I
n ’ iioeiu.K nt of i’ub ic
"What’s the question?" asked Joe.
Location Notice —Place-,
fulness Mother brook, the ti.-st >■ innat
"Poor old .llugs. Il, found this »
« i *
"Almnt Memorial day Shall we dec- dug In this country. still rinds Itself rat rd world."
Courchill, the e are 205,HOI child -er
Location Notice Quartz,
Satisfaction of Mortgage,
, utilized to some extent, though the re
'Died In poverty?"
Bi/rgiars Shatter S->fe
state. This ts all increase of 3H2 over
qulremcuts which brought It nlioui
II u di : it i I ; 11.4 J » I.r wt.
lie r II out of an airship"—
"Why. the soldiers' graves'
Unve long shut. puss, d Its const rue
Canyonville, Or., Mav 12 Th * cr n last year. Of th s total. 100.814 are
"J don’t n-e how you are goto' to do
Notice Application for Liquor License
tlon was iimlerkiken and completed In
e nl rnerchnndiwe nto» »* . f J. M Cr »”s fjirl» and UM.967 are boys.
If salil Joe ns he sera tolled his ear. the hardy citizens of He ham. M:i-s . In
At reasonable prices. Weintend adding
& ^on in thi^ ritv wn • enter»* < b h i” -
Beware of Ointments for.
"So fur ns I know or hev bln able to litui. In pmlife wniei |,o m.Ii pur
other blanks as fast as .tossible tinti
l.-trs ttt 2 <»*«•! r’c thir nwrninr «rd
find out nol»u!i from Okemos went to |kises. Tin arsili' lai water« a i wc- Catarrh That Contain Mercury
li e fine is complete. Blanks of special
unfe blown open by so henvv a h •• »
war ft therefore fullers that no Okc- 1‘o.istrm-teil io «si.im-iT the i lini es ill
as mercury will surely destroy the sens©
form printevl to order at short notice
of ni‘ ro rlv«*»*' ine that if w r t »t i ’G
mos m.in wns ever killed
It fellers, er with Bast bi«k. i-mi- ¡g a .p .ta-nv whole system win n "nterinp it through
•ig'ln that you might l<s>k the grave- of nlioiil a mile II n aw n cieai un
»hntf» r»’l ihe st-»**»
- h , ?i\
Klainath F ill*. O', Mnv • 1 ’
the nut »us sarfacs Su h article? should .,ACKht)\V!LLE
never be used txv pt on prescriptions
yard over tnr a mouth and not r'tttl i ilvrtnkinu I- i lime di-.s w ’ h - ii eie.i from
wr»»(»k»»d •»»»1 i h
r’a nn^ed t
funeral of \\ lliani G
II pi I meet-
rcput.it i j physi ;ms. as the damage
««»Idler'» grave to decorate, Tears to foot II .d to t>c <>Xi nvaii <1
they will do is ten fold to tho good you
H e ngLi- r-ibb* px* nt.
dent of Bon mz i, e I tn I tv f I ■ • ’>
i , -i>,\ can
post-’biy derive from them, nail’s
me that von had better git ver grave by li n i.
THIS FAPE5 REPRZSENTED FOR FOREIGN
Tho Idnst 1 »v »’ »»
pnt’’*n tn vn •o i’ rei'denro at II ■1 inz i, wu 1 -f-Iv I
Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J.
Cheney & Co., T 1 do, O.. contains no
ADVERTISING EY THE
With : >e
r»or. nirhel from eve v nnr* of <’:!••• t*-n e hv pe >n‘- e •».' th it *c • > >
r«'o minute« later Joe was the only tin- -<■
directly up n the blood and mucous sur
o ih • >■ >• e no th it the two Î . w di>l I it- » 4 .ii tv aft-i
man left In the p >sti>:n.-«> It wn» as wind-
faces of t/e system. In buying Hili’*
were fr»*,-,t*d ♦<» flee into the • vimr « atr->': • I»f Of p i' V s
Catarrh Cure b? s ire v u gfet the genv-
'a- laid s-t'd thc>v w -s nothing tn dec low n
’,e. it i? taken* internally and made iu
s 31 V l’ H O. H e. arie rc« 4 «I iti í
c,'»rkne!«« without seeurir.g any loo’.
GE IERAL OFFICES
1'. J. Cheney A Co. Tes
'll te. and nil the tao .-tng bad been for most io its Iwirdvr. may
N=W YORK AND CHICACO
1 tie louis UKed by the burglnr* were i ì ’ z i t\>r 15 yevJ. ra i F114 1 ha.el, a nothing.
t «»x* Ms» stri.,0.0
f V » . »» u • « •
Sold by Druartists. Price 75c per bottlf.
taken from a Iwai blacksmth shop, j ivery Hlabk» a id «1 st vk r m *h.
BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES
Take Hall s Family Pills for constl nation
Merit is the trade mark of success: Quality the true test of
value— Gerninee Christmas! it will pry you to trade at
The People’s Store
■ a ce.
EEC AL BLANKS