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About Jacksonville post. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1906-19?? | View Entire Issue (March 4, 1916)
John George of Watkins was in town
BLS! SES > .-LI) .
Electric Spit k s
J. F. Hiltson of Me Iford was at the
SATURDAY, MAUCH 4, 1915 court house Monday.
JONES—Floyd Jones, only child of
GUS NEW M in
James Henry of Yreka, Cal., was
did : I the home of his parents on Ore
recent v tutor in town.
Would not a good plaej for the piei- gon sire t. Tues lay, Feb. 29, ag id 1 1
Will l'raetiae in All Courts in thè Siate
March came in “like a lion,” will it tists be an island in the middle of the years.
go out “like a luriil ?”
lie was b rn near the Sterling mine,
Ross McKee of Runcorn was in town
Diplomatists m:i»’ quibble over a word this c unity and was of a lively cheer
visitor in town Tuesday.
but nations do not, as a rule, quarrel, ful dispisition. He had bee.i affected Most Ri&my-FbvsRj Ctew
The circuit cour thus been in session
David Glim of Central Point was at except over principles.
I with heart trouble for a long time and
That Was Ever Pressed
the court house this week.
Attorney at t aw
Good-by old Philippines, take keer o’ Hal been confined to Ir > bed since about
Flo Thompson was a recent visitor
Jan. 1st, gradually growing w> r«e un
All work done in 1916 at W. R. yerselves’.
NOTARY PUBLIC AND COWI’l INCUR
Spark’s must be spot cash.
Thinkiii' all day Sunday of how a til the end Tuesd iv.
O *i •« with Jacksonville Post.
Mrs. L. Brown was a visitor at Med-
Fuller.il services were hell at the
We print Trespass Notices and No teller's goin* to start in and do things
on Monday h is made many a man out
Hunting, signs, at tnis office.
FAVCSITE FC?: A GEHERATION
E. W. Roberts of Runcorn was in
Attorney B. R. McCabe was a busi
Red-blocdeil nien with real tobacco
Southern anti-preparedness Congress this place, the pill bearers were form
ness visitor in town Wednesday.
II. K. HANNA
er friends an I schoiltnates of the de hunger find that they can satisfy it only
Gus Newbury was a business visitor
M. A. Gray of Centialia Wash., was men are incline 1 to think it would be a ceased.
l.y chewing, and the most wholesome
in this city Thursday.
, serious mistake for President Wilson
a visitor in the valley this week.
and satisfying tobacco to chew is that
George Thomas of Glendale was a re- i If you like this paper, drop in and¡ to leave Washington at this time.
.made in i !i:g f rm.
cent visitor in this city.
subscribe. Only $1-50 per J ear.
make as much noise as their Yankee ing is the rich, sweet, jr'ry li_-.er that
R. W. Baldwin of the Applegate val- 1 People will read a neat printed bill, daily walks the natives of Oyster Bay brethern
trickles through your ryrtent when you
ley was in town this week.
' but will not look twice at a bad scrawl. are very careful not to step on the
Never mind von Tr ;>itz, your’re still chew Spear Head.
Louise Ensele and Flovd Minear were
G.'orge E. Chandler of Eureka, Cal. ground.
an easy hundred dead b ibies ahead of
visitors at Medford Sunday.
low, so luscious and so satisfying. No
was a business visitor in town Tues-
other equals Spear Head Kr putting a
George Hoffman of Thompson creek I day.
DR. T. T. SII AW
Anyway, Mr. Brandéis has a choice keen edge on your appetite.
was a recent visitor in town.
! Mr and Mrs. Winijm Hansen of 1828 govern the Apparn case. Thought
Spear Head is mr.de of the world’s
German.; rega-ded her other treaties set of enemies in the United States
best tobacco leaf—the choicest ci red
A. T. Hall of Gold Hill was a recent Medford were business visitors in this as just “scraps of oaoer. ”
Kentucky Burley. This leaf is selected
business visitor in this city.
It is conceded that by this time the
L>ondop applause of the President’s
Pearl Pankey and Harry Lewis were j J. P. Hansen of Medford was a wit-
most painstaking care, is rl-mmcd by Office in Ryan Building, California St.
over from Central Point Sunday.
! ness in the trial of a case in the cir- prepare iness speeches doesn’t seem groundhog should be abie to distinquish hand, is pr< ised into S < tr i c 1 lug*
quite so deafening since he advocate1*
so slowly that not a drop of the "rich,
John Davis of Grants Pas3 was a 1 cuit court Friday.
the biggest navy in the world.
natural juice escapes.
business visitor in town Tuesday.
Benjamin B. Beekman left Thursday
Your I r:t chew of Spear Head will
Flowers For the Minister
“Wilson savs country is Awake.”
Mr. a-d Mrs. H. K. Hanna were vis j evening on a business visit to Po 'tland
open your '.yes to the genuine enjoy
Headline. Our observation has been
Church service was over, and thre» ment there is in che • ing.
He will remain a couple of weeks.
itors at Medford Thursday afternoon.
that the country is usually awake by 4 prominent members of the congrega- j
Chew the rich and mellow tobacco
W. W. Matney of Ruch attended the
a. m. and up milkin'* the cows.
tion walked home together, discussing i hat lias been ti e favorite for a third
circuit court as a grand juror, Monday. beating his way on a southbound S. P. i
i ; century—that’i Spear Head. In
A propose of Gen. Goethals state the sermon. “I tell you,” said the; luc cuts, wrapped in wax paper.
James Whittaker of Puyallup, Wash train was killed at Voorhies station
Following is the report of U. S. Vo',
ment that the Panama Slides are at an
ington s a visitor in the valley this near Medford early Sunday morning.
unteer Cooperative Observer, E. Britt;
Better get your butter wrapp * end a pessimist wants to know “Which than any preacher I ever heard.”
Jacksonville, for month of January
Notice of Sheriff’s Sale
at this office and comply Ena?”
Latitude 42 deg. 18. min. north; longi
Constable Jasten Hartman made two
“Y-es” said the second man, “and First State Bank of Rogue River,
tude 12.3 deg. 5 min. west.
A child of five years and a babe of he can stay under longer ”
trips to the Applegate country this with the law governing the sal« of
four months were killed in the recent
“Yes,” said the third, “and come up
! Date M aximum Minimum
H. C. Foster charged with passing a I Zeppelin air raid in Paris. This, as dryer.’’—Windsor Magazine
George Fall of Grants Pass attended
D. T. Lawton, Millie R. Lavton, First
court in this city several days this
National B ink of Medford, Oregon,
grand jury Monday. A man named the German cause.
H. M. McFarland, a id E. E. Morris >•', : 2
Moore charged with immoral conduct
Easy to credit that the President ad
Frank Brown of Eagle Point transac
was also indicted.
dressed a “Full” audience in Milwau
“Do you think that women ought to
ted business at the court house this
By virtue of an Execution an I Or . ' 4 5
The trolley car due at 5:20 Thursday kee.
der of Sale, duly issued out of and un 6
evening was stalled near Perrvdale on 1--------------------------------------------------
“Oh, yes,” replied Miss Cayenne. der the seal of the Circuit Court of the 7
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Allan Lane of Portland was transact account of some electrical trouble. The
“Bat don’t know whether it would al S’ate of Oregon, in and for the County ! 8
ing business in this city first of th« passengers walked in.
Highest quality, jewelry repan ing
ways be wise to call public attention of Jackson, to me directed an 1 dated 9
diamond setting, watch
“A friend in need
to the fact that they are doing so.” — the 28th day of February, 1916, in a 11
Earl Ling and Dean Stacy of Med-
Is a friend indeed,”
certain suit therein, wherein the First i 12
f ird visited friends in this city Sunday
Bit the friend who pays
State Ban ; of Rogue River, on the 26, ! 13
Martin J. Reddy
Is your friend always-
The Quality Stole for
day of February, 1916, recovered a ! 1 15
RECIPE FOR GRAY HAIR.
John A. Perl of Medford was a
W. R. Sparks.
Reliable Goo is.
judgment against the defendants I). T. 16
To half pint of water add 1 oz. Bay
business visitor in this city Wednesday
212 I'.Main St. Medford, Ore.
A new cash register has been install
Rum, a small box of Barbo Compound, Lawton and Millie R La vton, an! each 1 17
f irei oon.
and >4 oz. of glycerine. Apply to the hair of them, forthesumof Four Thousand
ed in the sheriff’s office this week. It
twice a week until it becomes the desired (14 '00.00; Dollars with interest there ; 19
F. L. Potts of Dorris, Cal., was a s of special construction and cost $535.
shade. Any druggist can pui this up or
Money to Loan
business visitor in town several days It is intended to facilitate the handling
you can mix it at home at very tittle cost. on from the 10th day of December 1914, ¡21
a the rate of 8% per annum and the 22
of tax moneys which are coming in rap on First Farm Mortgages,
in each box of Barbo Compound, it will
Dave Westfall, a stockman of Shasta idly.
gradually darken streaked, faded gray f j’ther si m of $410.00 attorney’s fee, 23
hair, and removes dandruff, It is excel- and the further sum of $13.0) costs, ¡24
valley Cal. was a business visitor in the
E. S. Wilson who resides just across
lent for falling hair and will make harsh
valley this week.
hair soft and glossy. It will not color the
the street from this office had a birth
702 Title & Trust Building,
scalp, is not sticky or greasy, and does not ' eted in the Clerk’s office of said Court
A series of religious meetings have day yesterday being, 3'* years old. A
! in said County on the 26th day of Feb 28
be on in progress at the Presbyterian few friends sprung a surprise party on
him in the evening. A very enjoyable
church this week.
Get your stationery printed at this time was had.
said execution and order of sale I will
Dick Gaskin left Tuesday mornmg
office. Our work is guaranteed and
on Mohday the 3rd day of April, Temperature—mean max. 37 93; mean
for Weed, Cal., where he has secured
our prices are right.
1916, at the hour of 10 o’clock A. M. mir. 26. 9; mean 32.41. Max. 59 on 2-3,
Ira Coffman who lives on Forest employment in a logging camp. The We are receiving New and Up-to-date goods every month at the front door of the Court House in ' Minimum, 14. on 26. Greatest daily
creek was arrested Monday charged early starting up of these camps indi delightful gifts suitable foe wedding, birthday or parties. Jacksonville, Jackson County, State of . range, 19. Total precipitation 4.52
with pointing a gun at one Milliard cate improvement in the lumber busi
Oregon, offer for sale and will sell all | I inches. Greatest in 24 hours, 0.51 in ,
Horn and making threats against him. ness as usually the MJeed Lumber Go.,
Fine stationery—Box Paper 15(1 up. Embassy Lawn box
>f the right, title and interest of the i on 23.
Number of days with .01
paper, 48 envelopes and 48 sheets paper 25^—a bargain
At the hearing before Justice Dox
defendants in and to the following des-1 I inch or more precipitation, 20 . clear,
* Thursday it developed that the gun or later.
Fine perfumery. Colgates Talcum 15^—Colgates Dental
cribed real property situated in Jack- 1; partly cloudy, 5; cloudy, 25.
County Judge Frank L. TouVelle and
pointing was the result of an attempt
Cream & Dental powder and Lilly’s Dental cream 20^ —
sou County, Oregon, to-wd:
Precipitation for season,
Shaving soap 5<‘ Colgates Shaving stick, powder and eream
by the Horn« to ‘ butt in” on a family his bride, Miss E'izabeth Blosser of
The North half of the Southwest
Precipitation for last season 10.11
20jf Hohner harmonicas 25^ to $1.00. Playing cards 10c up.
quarrel between Coffman and his wife. Chilicothe, Ohio, arrived Wednesday
quarter (Nj£ of SW‘4); ’he Southwest
ri. B ritt ,
Coffman was placed under bonds to and are housekeeping in the Judge’s
quarter of the Southwest quarter
Toilet soaps 5c cake up.
You are most welcome. Come
keep the peace. The Horns should al
(SWJ4 of SW1,) the South half of the
in and see our fine display of goods.
so have been placed under bonds to Jackson creek. The many friends of
Northeast quarter (SJ^ of NE'D the
mind their own affair« and let their the genial judge welcome the newly
North half of the Southeast quarter THE THRICE-A-WEEK EDITION
wedded couple to our little city and
(NJ-Í of SEJ4) and the Southwest quar
ter ot the Southeast quarter (SWJ4 of OF THE NEW YORK WORLD
The DeMoss entertainers gave an ex wish them many years of happy wed-
SE'i), all in and of section twenty-sev
cellent musical entertainment in the ded life.
en (27); Also the West half of the
In our political column appears the
High School auditorium Wednesday
Southwest quarter (WX of SW‘<) of Prac ficai ly a Daily at the Pnce
evening which was greatly enjoyed by announcement of Prof. G. W. Ager of
Section Twenty-six (26); A'so the
all present. This troupe began giving Talent, candidate for county Superin
Northwest quarter of the Northwest ¡
t lese concerts some 40 years ago, the tendent of schools. Mr. Ager has been
of a Weekly. No Other
quarter (NWJ4 ot NW1,) of section |
performers being the father, mother, in school work in Jackson county for
thirty-five (.35); Also the Northwest'
■nd five children of the DeMoss family. the past eight years, was school super
Newspip. r in the World
quarter of the Northwest quarter (NW
The troupe today contains only three visor for two years and resigned to ac
of NW1,) of Section thirty-four
of the original members. Two inter cept his former position as principal of
Gives so Much at so
(34); All of said lands being in Town- ;
esting performers added to the troupe the Talent schools at an increased sal
ship thirty-seven (37) South of Range ’
since the last visit of these people are ary. He has been unanimously reelec
Lew a Price.
One (1) East of Willamette Meridian,
the little grandsi ns of the original Mr. ted to the same position, but seeks a
pisition for which he has made special
containing 480 acres, together with all
■nd tars. DeMoss.
the tenements, hereditaments and ap.
There has never been a time wh >n a
George A. Gardner, present county
purtenancet, thereto belonging.
newspaper was more needed in the
clerk announces his candidacy for re aspired.
All of the above described real pro household. The great war in Europe
We have the largest, cheapest and best stock
In another column of this paper ap
election to his present position and asks
perty will be sold at said time and place | has now entered its second year, with
the support of republican voters at the pears the announcement of Jas, M.
in Southern Oregon.
Our line of Paints, Oils
in the manner provided by law for the 1 no promise of an end for a long lime,
primary. Mr. Gardner has filled the Cronemiller of this city as a candidate
sale of real property under execution These are world shaking events, in
office for the past three years and has for the republican nomination for coun
and Varnishes is complete.
to satisfy the judgment, costs and at- which the United States, willing or un
made good. He is courteous, painstak ty treasurer. Mr. Cronemiller is a life
’s fees and the accruing costs of willing, has been compelled to take a
ing, careful and conscientious in the long republican and for many years
We also handle Plumbing Supplies, Glass,
part. No intelligent persr n can ignore
discharge of his duties and his integri has been a successful business man of
Dated this 1st day of March 1916.
ty and honesty is undoubted. With his this city. Prior to the election of Fred
Builders’ Hardware, Window Shades, Windows
W. H. SlNGLKR, Sheriff
Tl.e Presidential contest also will
experience in the office to aid him he Colvig as county treasurer Mr. Crone
E. W. W ilson , Deputy soon be at hand. Already candidates
feels that he can render even better miller held the office the duties which
and Doors, Edison Mazda Lamps, Garden Tools.
for the nomination are in the field, and
service in the future than he has done he discharge I with ability and to the
satisfaction of the people: the auditors
in the oast
County Treasurer’s 83rd Call the campaign, owing to the extraordi
nary character of the times, will tie of
John H. Carkin, senior member of who experted the books of the differ
supreme interest. No other newspa
the firm of Carkin & Taylor, of Med ent county officials complimented him
per wid inform you with the prompt
ford, announces hir candidacy for the several times for the excellent manner
ness and cheapness of the Thrice a-
office of prosecuting attorney of Jack- tn which his accounts were kept.
into commodious quarters on California Street
State <.f Oregon, Ciuntj of Jackson. Week edition of the New York World.
■o i county- Mr. Carkin has resided in
THE THRICE-A-WEEK WORLD’S
the county sbout eight years, owns a
opposite Post Office where we will be glad to
Card of Thanks
ranch near Centra) Point and is a heavy
Jacksonville, Oregon, March 4, 1916. regular subscription pri 'e is only $1 00
We wish to thank our friends and
welcome our old patrons and get acquainted
Notice is hereby given that there are per year, and this pays for 156 papers.
tax payer. He ia an officer in the Tax
payers League, a prominent Mason and neighbors for their kindness and sym
funds on hand for th« redemption of We offer this unequalled newspape
with new ones.
Come in and see us: you will
all County Warrants which were pro and
an Elk, w*a a representative in the pathy during the illness and death of
State legislature four years ago and I our beloved son.
tested before October 11th, 1911.
find our prices right and will receive a square
Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Jones.
Also for the following which were
was the author of the following laws:
Requiring banks to pay 2 per cent on
protested on October 11th 1911, to-wit: together for one year for f2 (X) cash
county fund*; the Budget law, requir-
Nos. 111*65, 11917, 11999. BOOT, 12248, only.
Two Big Farm Deals
The regular subscription price of the
ing publication of proposed levies; law
12298, 12811. 12312, 12818, 12814, 1 1458,
two panels is $2 50.
I 11886, 12419,12390, 11902, and 12088.
governing commission mirchants. and ' Albany, Or , Feb. 29—Two big real
I Interest ceases on the warrants abnve
other measures. He pronrses to ad estate deals have been closed here dur
minister the office in favor of law and ing the past few days each invoivirg
| called this 4th day of March, 1916.
Joseph Wilson of Talent has filed for
F red L. C olvio ,
order and in the interest of the taxpay approximately an investment of $40,-
the republican nomination fur County
000, in farm lands near Albany,
Treasurer of Jackson County, Oregon. ’Clerk.
City Drug & Gift Store
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