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: JACKSONVILLE POST-:
Official Paper of the City of Jacksonville, Oregon
CANDIDATE FOR SHERIFF.
announce my candi lacy, for
A weekly newspaper published every Saturday at the county seat of Jackson
the nomination for Sheriff on the Re
County, Oregon. D. W. B agshaw , Editor and Publisher
publican Ticket, to be voted upon at
Entered as second-class matter June 22, 1907, at the post office at Jacksonville, the coming Primaries May 19th, 1915.
I have held the position of Deputy
Oregon, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1879.
Sheriff for the nasi four years and am
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thoroughly familiar with the duties
connected with the office, both clercial
SUBSCRIPTION: One year by mail $1.50. Advertising rates furnished on and outside work.
I feel that I am competent to hold
the position, and if nominated and
elected, will give the people of Jack-
In the proper column of this paper appears the an son County an efficient and economical
nouncements of several candidates for county offices and administration.
I also agree if elector! to rigidly en-
it is likely that others will be added to the list from time force all laws.
E. W. (C urley ) W ilson .
to time as the campaign advances.
Although these an
March 6 to 11
Save ten cents a pound
nouncements are “paid advertisements” and are so mark
ed, we feel it our duty to admit the announcements of
such persons only as are worthy of consideration by the
patrons of this paper.
I hereby announce my candidacy for
To convince you by trial that
the Reuublican Nomination for Sheriff,
it is better than other coffees, and
to be voted on at the coming primaries
to induce you to make the test,
May 19th, 1916.
we reduce the price during
I feel that I need no introduction to
the public, having been a resident of
As a candidate for the republican nomination for Jackson County for 26 years,
pledge myself, if elected, to give
president we would suggest the name of Martin G. an I impartial,
economical and conserva
Brumbaugh, the present governor of Pennsylvania, a tive administratiou of this important
man of ability and experience, who has spent his life in I have endeavored to serve the pub
the service of the public and has made good in every po lic faithfully in the past and agree if
elected, to strictly and impartially en
force all laws. Having a very large
experience in the matters of taxation
and knowing Jackson County thorough
Send or telephone your order today
ly, I pledge myself to conduct the tax
collecting branch of the office in such
a manner as to serve the taxpayers
(From OfT Our Wireless)
A Few Planks in Our
honestly, promptly and efficiently.
W. T. GRIEVE
Anyway, Montenegro didn’t give in
until she gave out.
Greek diplomacy always puts us in
1. We believe in economy and effi
mind of a banana skin.
ciency in administration of the affairs i
I hereby announce my candidacy on
The voice of the Colonel is heard in
of our city:
the republican ticket for the office of
2. That the waterworks and other the land.
So far it has not been proved that County School Superintendent for Jack-
improvements which have cost the tax
payers a large sum of money should be ! the meteor which shook parts of Ohio, son county. Oregon, subject to the will
preserved and properly cared for ir. or Indiana and Kentucky was of German of the republican party at the primary
election May 19. I stand for practical
der that expensive repairs may not be , origin.
sonville, Jackson County Oregon offer
Rainier Mill Starts M nday
efficiency, personal supervision
required in a few years and that better
If President Wilson is afraid that the
for sale i nd will sell all of the right
service be given. Better service means Supreme Court bench would tilt with
title and interest of the Estate of John
more users and increased revenue.
Secretary Taft, lie might appoint him ty school supervisors.
Rainier, Or., Feb. 2'—The Ppc fic From Portland Union Stock Yards Co.: V. Palmer in and to the above describ
3. That one person can perform the with the understanding that he shall
N itional Lumber company’s mill whiih
ed lands, to satisfy the deficiency judg
duties of water superintendent, street sit near the middle.
has been shut down for the pint two
A small run of 660 head of ratt e ! ment. of 12408.25
commissioner and marshal and we fav
years and recently purchased by tl e found the market a shade easier. Pi ime j Dated this 25th day of February,
Gee! Give us some of the blanket.
or such combination of those offices and
American Exoort companv, will re steers brought 7.5) with cows going it 1916.
Impressive entry in the mixed meta
the employment of a person competent
sume operations next Monda with a 6.50 to 6.75. A few good bulls wsi t
W. H. S ingler , Sheriff.
phor contest by the Minneapolis Jour
I hereby announce that I have filed full crew.
to perform the duties thereof.
at 5.00 with heifers and calves remain-
By E. W. Wilson, Deputy.
nal: “Mr. Cannon upholds the admn- my declaratio of intention to
i ig steady.
istration with one hand and gives it a candidate for the republican
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D. W. BAGSHAW
sly kick with the other.
tion for the office of County Assesscr Silverton Is To Have New
F. J. FICK
run of 4675 head
of Jackson County Oregon.
Candidates for Mayor and Councilmen.
Pont Powder plants the Germans blow
swine. Market was tluzgish at first IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE OF
if I am nominated and elected I
up. But if they blow up a talcum pow pledge myself to an honest efficient im
but soon picked up and tops remaired OREGON, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF
4 Lively Politician
partial and economical discharge of
Construction of a modern sawmill at their former prices. Two loads < f
with a big T.
R. B. Bryant, Plaintiff,
the duties of the office and propose to will be undertaken immediately by the well finished hogs sold at 8.15 with bulk
A woman is so funny, She will dust make al) assessments upon the basis
There is a good deal of the ostrich in little Willie’s pants with a hair brush of the true actual value of the proper Silver Falls Timber company at Silver-
Dana E. Bryant, Defendant.
Teddy. The ostrich lays her eggs in because she caught ;.him in a fib, and ty and not upon any inflated valuation. ton, according tc announcement made
To Dana E. Bryant, the above nam
Only a handful of sheep arrived. One
by M. B. W xidward, general manager
the sand and depends pricipally upon then tell ths maid to inform the unwel
of the company, on his return to Port 'oad of xcellent lambs brought 9.05 a
the hot sun to hatch them. She in the come caller that she is not at home.
In the name of the State of Oregon,
P. O. address Medford, Or., R. F. D. 1 land from an Eastern business trip. nickel over last weeks top. Ewes are
meantime spending most of her days
We may be no judge of beauty or
The plant will have an initial capacity quoted at 7.00 and yearlings at 8.00. l you are hereby required to appear and
enjoying herself. Teddy has a way ot
a swer the complaint of the plaintiff
shape, but we don’t like these long-
of 250,001) feet of lumber on a 10-hour Market strong.
laying his political eggs and then tak
filed ag.' inst you in the above entitled
legged pompadoured, pie-faced simps
run, and it is planned to have it com
ing a spin on the outside while they are in the illustrated clothing ad.
and cause, on or before the last
pleted September 1. Heretofore tl e
day of the time prescribed in the order
Some men are so lucky in love that
JuBt now he is off in the West Indies
for publication of the summons herein,
I hereby announce that I have filed
having a good time with Mrs. Roose every girl they propose to turn« ’em my declaration of intention to become the logging business. The company IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE to-wit: on or before the 8th day of
OF OREGON IN AND FOR JACKSON COUNTY
velt, leaving Mr. George W. Perkins
April 1916, said date being the date of
a candidate for tfie republican nomina
And what has become of the old-fash tion for the office of District Attorney tending 25 miles into its timber tracts L. Niedermeyer, Plaintiff,
aud a few other faithful nurses to watch
the expiration of six weeks from the
the neat. But he has set the dav when ioned horse that used to shy at auto for Jackson county. Oregon, subject to
has been idle about a year and a half David IL Palmer, Administrator of the date of the first publication of this
he will return and the faithful will be mobiles?
summons, and if you fail to appear and
the decision of the republican party, but will be put into service soon. L
on hand in force to receive him.
Germany has whipped all the little at the primary election to be held May B. Menefee, vice president of the Sil Estate of John V. Palmer, deceased; answer, for want thereof the plaintiff
David H. Palmer, Minerva (Palmer)
After that it will soon be developed ones and the big cathedrals, anyway.
ver Falls Timber company, believes Hunter former widow of John V. Pal will apply to the Court for the relief
what the program is to be. We pre
prayed for in said complaint, to-wit:
“Woman Editor a Suicide,” Head
G. M. ROBERTS.
the new mill will be operated steadily mer, deceas
J. C. Hunter, her hus for a decree of divorce of this Court
dict tnat he will in due time be per line. Maybe she tried to read all the
at full capacity as sorn as complet band, Ella Lenora Rogers heir at law
suaded to sacrifice himself again if the war poetry.
forever dissolving the bonds of matri
of John V. Talmer Deceased, Fred mony existing between the plaintiff
people persist in demanding it, and
R' g i s her husband, Fannie K. Soren and the defendant, and for such other
that he has fixed it so they will persist.
charged with "making vice attractive”
son h -ir at law of John V. Palmer De- and further relief as to the Court may
might logically plead that it doesn’t
ciased, Frank Sorenson her husband! seem equitable.
I hereby announce that I have filed
take much work in New York.
I and Harry A. Palmer, heir at law of This summons is served upon you by
my declaration of intention to become
There seems to be a pretty general a candidate for the Republican nomina
| John V. Palmer deceased, and Scott F. I
publication thereof in the Jacksonville
impression that the kind of compulsory tion for the office of County Clerk for
Post a weekly newspaper published in,
education Mexico needs ought to lead Jackson County. Subject to the de
By virtue of an Execution and Drier Jacksonville, Oregon, in accordance
Not many of us appreciate Alaska.
off with triggernometry.
of Sale duly issued out of and under with an order of the Hon. F. M. Calk
cision of the Republican p irly, at the
Her mineral output last year wag $32,-
the seal of the circuit court of the ins Circuit Judge of the First Judicial
| State of Oregon in and for the County | District of Oregon, which order was
When one thinks of the conditions ade of Germany will be made so rigid 1916.
A. N. HILDEBRAND
Its Rich. Sweet, Mellow Flavor Has of Jackson, to me directed aid dated! dated and signed February 24, 1916,
there and the few people, that showing that nothing will be able to get though
the 24th day of February 1916, in a j and requiring said summons to be Dub-
is wonderful. And as vet that mighty but the submarines.
Been Famous for a
c rtain suit therein wherein the Plain lished once a week For six consecutive
The old-fashioned man who used to
area is not half explored, not half has
tiff L. Neidermeyer recovered a judg weeks The date hereof and the date
yet ever been under the eyes of white walk four miles to school every morn
ment against the defendants David H. of the first publication hereof is Febru
men. Humboldt thought possibly the ing now has a son whose exercise con
Palmer and the Estate of John V.
matrix of all the gold on our west coast sists in walking fourteen miles around
Deputy County Treasurer Myrtle W. MADE OF CHOICEST RED BURLEY Palmer, deceased or either of th m for ary 26, 1916.
a pool table every night.
might be in Alaska. Who knows?
J. A. L emery ,
Blakely announces her candidacy for
The secret of tobacco satisfaction is the sum of $5841.15 wi'h intent jt there-
And because Secretary Seward pur
f »r Plaintiff.
When a woman isn’t hearing burg the office of county treas irer.
known only to the man who chews o from said 15th day of Januarv, 1916,
chased it for $7.240,(XM, the wise men lars in the dining room she is always
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I hereby announce my candidacy on plug tobacco. The reason is that a at the rate of 6 per cent per annum '
of our country jeered and called it smelling something burning.
the republican ticket for the office of good chew gets right next to your a d ($500 00) attorney's fees and the
county treasurer, to be vo'ed on at the taste, while the leaf in plug tobacco is further sum of $45.30 costs.
The seals on the coast paid back the
coming primaries. I have held the po in a state of fresh, juicy richness that
And whereas the above named judg We have on hand for sale the following
purchase money, and every year it sup Wheat Prices Drop 7 Cents sition as deputy in this office for the is not possible in any other form of to
ment has been satisfied in the sum of
plies money enough to buy a Dutch re
past year and am confident that I c n
There’s no tobacco in the world that $4000 a deficiency of $2408 25 to be
public. Yet still we do not half ap
fulfill the duties connected therewith. can give you the hearty, wholesome sitisfied, I have therefore levied upon
preciate the great pr ze.
I served two years as aeputv county flavor that you get from a delicious the following described propertv, to-
recorder before taking the position as chew of Spear Head.
Bill of Sale,
Chicago, Feb. 24—Distributing ru deputy county treasurer; I have also
Spear Head is made exclusively of
Commencing at the Southeast corner
Stockmen Face Feed Shortage mors that drastic consequences would have had experience as accountant for ripe, red Kentucky Burley—the most
Bandon, Or., Feb. 23-Curry county result from tension between Washing several corporations, such as the M ed richly-flavored chewing tobacco that of Range 2 West of the Willamette ! Quit Claim Deeds,
stockmen sre facing a hay and grain ton and Berlin regarding Germany's ford Concrete Construction company
est red Burley leaf is used for Spear Meridian and running thence West 20
feed shortage that amounts to almost submarine policy caused a break of and Medford Ice and Storage company, Head.
20 cha ns from the Place of beginning,
famine, and unlers supplies reach them more than 7 cents a bushel in the price before taking up county work and will
Real Estate onttact.
This choice leaf is selected with the thenc'North 5 chains, thence West
within a few days loss of stock will be of wheat, as compared with values say that my pa«t record is open for in most painstaking care, is stemmed by 20, chains; thence South 5 chains, . Location Notice—Placer,
heavy. Ordinarily Curry ranchers get current earlier in the session. The spection to the voters of Jackson coun hand, is thoroughly washed free of ?I1 thence East 20 chains to the place of
foreign matter, and is press'd into begimng containing 10 acres.
their feed from Bandon, but the des- gist of the rumors was that the hand ty.
Satisfaction of Mortgage,
If nominate! and elected 1 will run Spear Head plugs so slowly that not a
traction of bridges along the road dur ing of passports to the German ambas
Real Sstzta Agaiti Contract.
Public notice is hereby given that in
the office without the expense of a de drop of juice or an atom of the nat
ing the recent storms makes it impos- sador was near.
reasonable prices. We intend adding
Bible for freight teams to get through.
The most sensational fall took place puty and continue to serve the public ural flavor escapes.
said execution and order of sale, I will other
blanks as fast as possible untii
Unless the bridges are repaired carlv in the price of the Mav option which just as efficient in the future as 1 have sweet, mellow, luscious, satisfying chew on
the line is complete. Blanks of special
an attempt will be made to get feed to dropped from $1.24'4 to $117, a loss of
that cannot be obtained in any other Monday the 27th day of March, 1916 form printed to order at short notice
MYRTLE W. BLAKELEY.
Port Orford by steamer from San Fran 7'4. The low point was 10c below Mon
tobacco. In 10c cuts, wrapped in wax at the hour of 10 o'clock A. M. atthe
front door of the Court House in Jack- •'-'aCAoCLX I ILLE
Taylor - Williams Company,
WHY THE BEST .
OF CHEWS IS