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About Jacksonville post. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1906-19?? | View Entire Issue (Feb. 26, 1916)
BUSINESS C .It!) 4.
In our political column Mrs. Myrtle
Mines Gold In Chi'ken Run B
G E. Neuber visited friends at Med
The City Election
W. Bbi i ley announces her Candida -y
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Chas. F. Dunford was in fron the ! or th? Republican num n.iti >n for
(.I S NEWBl RY
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2», 1915. ranch Friday.
i County Treus.ro r Mis. Blakeley ii
lb det- provisions of the last anvnd-
I the pres .mt ’ep 1’y in the treasurer's m -nt to the City charter candidatis s i> i< min ng for^g-il I in th.- buck yard
Rev. P. S. Bandy returned from
| i ffice an 1 has m de go >d in th 't p isi- fo ■ muni.-ip ¡1 offices aie required to o* his him? in S mill Binion, f ill i.vmg
| tion. Prior to her work in her pc is .'ill lil: nominating petitions w ith there-, the liii.liiig of three g ilt II izgets in llij ’ ill Ib a use in All Courts in-the Siate
E. E. Kelly of Midfcrd was at the position she served two years as depu
del >■' J.l'J,
c r.ler in te ul of the old plan i f miik- ¡ eiaw of a chicken lie e.vaiie-1 for lb •
court house Monday.
ty county recorder an i has h id expo i- ing nomi'iatiuus by mass me. ling anil ' family's Sun Uy dinner. The I irge-t
Making garden is in order now.
Light frosts were visible several ence us an accountant in v rioiA p isi- m compliance with the new order peti
Luke Ryan of Medford was in town mornings this week.
I>. W. BAGSHAM
tions of trust. She is ample qualified tions for the following named persons
All work done in 1916 at W. R. to discharge of the office. Mrs. Blake were filed Monday, that being the last
Attorney at Law
Louise Jones was a recent visitor in Spark’s must be spot cash.
ly is the first lady to file for a co intv day on which petit'ons could be receiv
O Harbaugh was a visitor at Med business in town this week.
C. D. Abbott
George A. Gardner was a business
Spice of Li.e
Flo Thompson was a recent visitor visitor at Gold Hill Tuesday.
L). W. l a shaw f r Councilman
nia street Mi-nt'a afternoon, that duv
i James Hillman of Oregon City was a
B. B Beekman was a visitor at Med visitor in the valley this week
Mrs. N.I- n. 'I hose preSer.t were
Great IL Ip
ford Tui sd ly.
J. A. Norris
Mesdames A'ice lllrch, M. E. Day,
If you line this paper, drop in an I
have gained four
! Lizzie Crotiemiiler. R. A. Hutchins n,
Pat Swayne of Watkins was in this subscribe. Only $15') per year.
Leslie Star S'II
Recorder hundre I meters from ths eni-in.’.
Lilli Berwert. An in Broad, W. I. ' c
city Mon lay.
D. S. Allen of Weed, Cal. was a busi Intyre, Ada Bagshaw, Lillian Robins m.
Col. Sargent was a visitor at Med ness visitor in this city Monday.
The offices of mar h ¡1 and street help to put a stop to those dreadful gas Ofliee in Hank of Jacksonville Building
Mattie Wilson, S. R. Coffman, A.
ford We ices lay.
are filled by a; point men t attacks!
Dr. W. C. Cameron of R ch was a Johnson; Misses Mamie and Kate Crone
by the naw board after its organlz.i.
Reports say Judge TouVelle was mar business visitor in town Monday.
miller. A delici i s four c urse lunch
i A. T. Lundgren of this city was a eon was served and a pleasant after
She Should Know
The election will be held Tuesday,
Lawrence B:own was a visitor at I business visitor at Medford Tues lay.
noon passe l all too quickly.
March 7. The polls will open at noon
Miss Young—Men are deceivers ever.
DR. T. T. SHAW
Howard Maybury of Marshfield, was
The re-onion of former students of and remain open until 7 P. M.
Widow Wyse—Not so, my dear some
Mrs. Charles Hansen was a visitor in a business visitor in this city Thursday. St. M irv’s academy was Ii -Id at Med
i times they only think they are.— Bos
Alex Petram of Chehalis, Washing- ford Th rsday. Sixty-five stulents,
Nr . Jacs Reler was a visitor at ton was a business visitor in town this most of them from he classes of 1865
Al The Churches
Office in Ryan Building,"California St.
Medford 1 hursday.
to 1875 were in att- n lance- A perma
Mrs. McKinney is visiting friends at
C. K. Samms of Puyallup, Washing-
Parson—I was glad to s
Phoenix this week.
ton was a visitor in town first of th the following name ! persons as i xecu-
| tive committe ■: Miss Alice Hanley,
Services h ?l I everv S in lav morning prayer meeting last night,
Sheriff Singler was a business visitor week.
a Medford Friday,
County Superintendent Wells of th is drews Mrs. Lewis U rich and Mrs Er at 11 o’cl ck in I. O. O. F. Hail.
was? Well, I be jiggere
Everybo ly welco-n t
Frank Casey of Steamboat was a re city visited the Medford schools this
nest McKee. A m .sical program was
cent visitor in this city.
rendered which was appreciated by
Mrs. L. Brown was a visitor at Med
Carl Gabrielson of Yreka, Cal. was those present. St. Mary s Academy
Mrs. B uggs —Mrs. Van Perkins c >m-
Following is the report of IT, S. Vol
ford Fr.jay afternoon.
a business visitor in town several days was founded in this city in 1365 and
Morning worship with sermon at 11 plains that her portraits don’t look like unteer Cooperative Observer, E. Britt;
Mrs. Lewis Ulrich was a visitor at this week.
eight years ago was moved to Medfod , by Dr. J. Lawrence Hill Subject: her, Photographer—Complains, d es Jacksonville, for month of January.
Medford Thursday afternoon.
Wilbur Scott of Glendale was a busi It numbers among its gra iuates I un- “Tlie Christ of History.” Solo: “Abid" she? She ought to be grateful—Cin Latitude 42 deg. 18. min. north; longi
, Louise Ensele and Fiovd Minear were ness visitor in this city several da s dred of women prom nent in Oreg n With Me,” (Ashford) by Dr. W. W. cinnati Star.
tude 123 deg. 5 min. west.
i and northern California.
visitors at Medford Sunday.
Mrs. J. W. Robinson and daughter
Sunday School at 10 a. m. A. L. Gall
Mrs. Alice Wheeler of Requa, Cal.,
Former Mistress -I would like togive Date Maximum Minimum Precipita-
Miss Dorland were visitors at Medford
is visiting friends in this city.
The papers are making a big fuss leader-
a goo i recommendation, D.-li i, but
over the fact tl at some western woman 1 Union service at 7:30 with sermon b' my consci, nee compels me to slate th. t
We print Trespass Notices and No
Get your stationery prints 1 at this is president of a bank. We’ve known Rev. R. A. Hutchinson of the M" ho 1 you never got the meals on time. I
Hunting, signs, at tnis office.
office. Our work is guaranteed and many w .men for ;eir; who a e accom dist church.
wonder how I can put it in a nice sort
Geo. W. Herriott of Applegate was
. Christian Fndeav at s ix-forty-five.
our prices are right.
of way. Felia—Yez m light just say
a business visitor in this city Monday.
A number of persons from this city
that Oi got the m >a!s the same as Oi
People will read a neat printed bill,
attended the revival meeting at the
got me p y. —Puck.
but will not look twice at a bad scrawl.
rTiig- st quality, jewelry reDairing
Nat, Medford Thursday evening.
o'clock. W. G. Ua idill Sup tr ite i le r
Jno. W. Pernoil, po3tmister at
ditto ■ d iletting, watch
Lewis Ulrich of this citv is mention
Pre :ching service 11 o’clock. Subj ci
Appl .'gate, was a recert visitor in the ed as a probable candidate for County
Martin J. Heddy
treasurer <m the democratic ticket.
Juror S you didn't propo e toli.-r,
il.r. aid Mrs. Ernest Webb of Cen
V'/Fw The Quality St. le fir
Better get your butter wrappers
Epworth l ea rue 6:3) p. in. leader after all? Weed —N >. And I’m not
tral Point were recent visitors in this
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printed at this office and comply
Mrs. Ora Neidermeyer.
212 J .Main St. Medford, Ore. :
with the law governing the sal .■ of
Union prea hing service 7:30. : ermo. found her. hasing a mouse wit 1 a broom
Cliff Dunnington and Mary Hagshaw butter products.
by Rev. B indy.
were visitors at Medford Thursday eve
The many friends of William Camer-;
A cordial invitation to everybody.
Money to Lean
It’s none • f our bus ne s. of course,
on of Uniontown will be glad to learn
P. A. Hutchinson
John A. Perl of Medford was a that “Uncle Billy” has recovered from I on First Farm Mortgages,
and we don’t mean 'o butt in, but isn’t
bisir.ess visitor in this city Wednesday his recent illness.
it about time a little talk was begin
F. J. Roberson,
ning to trick e about the old town's
Mary Bagshaw and Jewell Bailey
President Bullis, of the Southern baseball prospects next season?
702 Title & Trust Building,
Mrs. Morgaret Jones of Copper, Cal. who attended the Christian Endeavor
O egon Taaction Company was in town
passed through town Thursday enroute convention at Grants Pass last week
returned Sunday evening.
Some Medford parties drove over in
Tile name ’•Dardanelles." which one
John Broad, of Seattle, Wash., who ’
an auto Saturday evening to get a copy formerly resided in this city, arrived |
girl luihy beam. Is more musical than
some geographical mimes with which
of the Post.
Wednesday and will visit relatives and I
children are burdened. Mrs. Andrew Temperature—mean max. 37.93; mean
It is reported that work at the Blue friends here for a few days.
i We are receiving New and Up-to-date goods every month Lang tells of a family where the ba mir. 26. 9; mean 32.41. Max. 50 on 23,
Ledge mine is likely to be resumed in
tiles were named after the places Minimum, 14, on 26. Greatest daily
Jack Reter who was taken suddenly
the near future.
ill with some nervous affection last ' delightful gifts suitable for wedding, birthday or parties. where the father happened to be when range, 19. Total precipitation 4.52
he heard of their births, lie being a inches. Greatest in 24 hours, 0.51 in..
Porter J. Neff of Medford transact week has regained his usual health and
Fine stationery—Box Paper lty up. Embassy Lawn box
courier, there were a St. Petersburg on 23.
Number of days with .01
ed business at the court house Wed is at work in his barber shop.
ami a Naples. Kattegat and Skagerrnk inch or more precipitation, 20, clear,
paper, 48 envelopes and 48 sheets pnper 2-V—a bargain
I were the twins, while the only daugh
John H. Carkin of Medford was a
Fine perfumery. Colgates Talcum 15^—Colgate» Dental
1; partly cloudy, 5; cloudy, 25.
Dr. O. N. Nelson, the insurance man business visitor in this city Thursday
ter was mimed Vienna.
Cream & Dental powder and Lilly’s Dental cream 20y —
Precipitation for season,
of Medford was a business visitor in Mr. Carkin is considering the advisa
Shaving soap .V Colgates Shaving sticx, powder and '-ream
Precipitation for last season 10.11
Is recorded in tlie "Souvenirs du Che
this city Wednesday.
bility of becoming a candidate for pro
20f‘ Hohner harmonicas 25^ to $1.00. Playing cards 10c up.
K. B ritt ,
valler de Cussy.” In 1820, when at
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Stephenson who secuting attorney.
Toilet soaps 5c cake up.
You are most welcome. Come
tached to the French embassy nt Her
have been residents of this city for the
Un. lie met u Countess Bernstorff, who
in and see our fine display of goods.
A certain young gentleman (?) came
post two years moved to Ashland
had lieeu christened America because
home one evening this w eek with a
she wus born there during the war of
black eye and badly battered nose
Indepemleuee. her father nt that time THETHRKE-A-WIEK EDITION
1 he grand jury convened Monday, which he assigns to a poliiical dispute
being In command of u Hessian regi
returned seven indictments, five “ni t bur. ethers say that it was punishment
OF THE NcW YORK WORLD
J. IK ROBINSON, M. I)., Prop.,
meat.—Fail Mall Gazette
true bills,” Bnd then adjourned. Pretty administered for undue attentions to ;
Men Who Wear Feathers.
another man’s wife.
Among the strange tribes of men Practically a Daily al the Pnce
Grant Schell, a former wellknown
The basketball game last night was
about whom little Is known are the
resident of this city, but who resides
wdn by the Central Point high school
Chamacocos of the region about the
upon a homestead near Bray, Califor
cf a Weekly. No Other
upper Paraguay river.
by a score ot 24 to 20. At the end of
nia, visited friends here .his wiek.
the 4° minute period the score was a
Newspaper in the World
little clothing, they excel in tlie art
Mrs. Julia Roundtree of Pacific Beach tie, 20-20 but at the end of an addition
of makiug personal adornments from
Wash., who has been visiting 1 er al five minutes period the visitors were
the feathers of birds. Tlielr country
Gives so Much at so
daughter Mrs. S. Walsh of this city the winner». The game between the
abounds with birds of the most beauti
for several weeks past, has returned to 8th grade teams was won by Jackson
ful plumage, Including parrots, tou
Low a Price.
ville: score 5-9.
cans and trogons, whose feathers aro
Ira Tungate left Thursday evening
In another column of this paper ap
plumea, musk ducks of a glossy bluck
for Klamath Falls where he will visit
pears the announcement of W. T.
There has never been a time wlr n a
color, egrets with feathers of puro
friends until about March 10th when he
Grieve of this city as a candidate for
was more needed in the
will enter the employment of the
the republican nomination for sheriff.
great war in Europe
Weed Lumber Co.
Mr Grieve is the present assessor of
ful plumage is combined by the Cha- has now entered its second yea
Tuesday was Washington’s Birthday Jackson County, a position which he
in Southern Oregon.
Our line of Paints, Oils
macocoa hi a most artistic manner. no promise of an end for a Ion
a id in memory of that event, the bank, has filled for the past eight years and
Some of these savages walk their for These are worl 1 shaking eve
est glades in colors more brilliant, if which the United States, willing or un
postoffice and the offices at the court is acquainted with the voters in every
and Varnishes is complete.
less ample, than any woman's dress
house were closed—siores and other precinct of the county, a fact which
maker could produce. — Washington willing, has been compelled to take a
We also handle Plumbing Supplies, Glass,
places of business remained op en as will no doubt help him in the race for
pint. No intelligent persi n can ignore
the office to w hich he aspires.
Builders’ Hardware, Window Shades, Windows
Perils of Tropical Waters.
The Presidential contest also will
A newspaper is in no sense a child of
John Sutton, who was living with J.
Raising a vessel submerged In trop
be at hand. Already candidates
eharity. It earns twice over every dol W. Birch near Beagle, this county,
and Doors, Edison Mazda Lamps, Garden Tools.
ical waters Is dangerous business, ac
lar it receives and it is second to no committed suicide by shooting himself
cording to an account in Shipping Il for the nomination are in the field, and
lustrated of the salvage of a gunbout the campaign, owing to the extraordi
enterprise in contributing to the up- in the head with a ,38calibre rifle Mon
that bad been sunk in the harbor of nary character of the times, will tie of
buil ling of a community. Its patrons day forenoon. Brooding over money
Progreso, Yucatan. The sailors were supreme interest. No other newspa
reap far more benefits from its pages troubles was the cause of the ra-h act.
in constant danger owing to the at per wi'l inform you with the prompt-
than i’s publishers, and in calling for Sutton resided hire several years ago
tacks of "voracious fishes, some of n '-s and cheapness of the Thrice a-
the support of the community it asks and was injured in the accident at the
which are more ferocious than sharks
into commodious quarters on California Street
for no more than it is entitled to, but rock quarry here about bour years ago.
and far more determined in their Week edition of the New York World.
THE THRICE-A-WEEK WORLD’S
generally receives less.
methods of attacking human prey."
He was married to a Mrs. Dunlap of
opposite Post Office where we will be glad to
subscription prim is only $1 00
Peter Appleg»te, a former wellknown the Applegate valley several years ago
per year, and this pays for l ift papers.
resident of this city died at the home
The valley of the Jordan constitutes We offer this unequalled newspaper
of his son Clyde, in Centra) Point, last
A. N. Hildebrand of Medford was in
the deepest depression on the face of and
Saturday morning, aged about 64 years. town yesterday and made this office a
the earth, the sea of Galilee Itself be
Mr. Applegate was wellknown through pleas mt call. Mr. Hillebran i is «eek-
Ing over 700 foot l»elow the level of thv JACKSONVILLE
out the state, having been State Land the nomination on the republican ticket
Mediterranean, while the Dead sen Is together f-r one year for f2 00 cash
over 1J1O0 feet below the level of nil
Commissioner for a number of years for the offi -e of County Clerk. He is
the oceans of the world.
prior to 19U. He served this county 1 a skilled accountant and has had years
The regular sub-uTiption price of the
many years, first as county surveyor, ' of experience in clerical work of vari
two papers is $2.50.
then as county recorder, and lastly two ous kinds. He is of pleasing manners
•‘Pa.’’ nskeil Willie, "wliat s thr dlf-
terms as assessor. He was the son of anc will make a good impression on the
ference bet wem au Invalid und u »Ick
Captain Jesse Applegate, the famous voters wherever he gones. His an-
.Joseph Wilson of Talent has filed for
Oregon pioneer. He leaves a wife, I nouncement appears in this issue of i
"An Invalid, mjr son.” answered pa, the republican nomination tor County
| the Post.
three sons and three daughters.
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