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About Jacksonville post. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1906-19?? | View Entire Issue (April 15, 1916)
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O ily two dava in which to regist -r.
B. B. Beekman and sister Miss Car
Louiie Elisele was a recent visitor in Ashland
rie were visitors at Medford Tuesday.
\ gainst Bond Issue
People will read a neat printed bill,
Judge Prim war a vidtor at Med-
APRIL, 15, 1916. but will not look twice at a bad scrawl.
i ford Thursday.
Deputy Sheriff Curley Wilson transac
Ashland, Or.. Anril 12 —The p> «pl
Mrs. Col. H, Sargent was a recent
ted official business at Medford Wed-
ot Ashland i ej etc 1 the propositi n to
, visitor at Medford.
By ELINOR MARSH
I George A. Gardner was a visitor at issue refunding bonds by a majority < f
Chas. F. Dunford was in from his
Register Monday or Tuesday.
ranch on the Sterling road Fri-.iay fore
held yesterday. The council proposed
Its Rich. Sweet, Mellow Flavor Has
"Ah, Mr. Edmonds! Happy to see
W. H. Singl.-r was a uusinssi visitor to i-sue 4 !.(> K) in refunding bonds, to
Chauncey Florey was at Medford noon.
Seen Famous for a
you. But 1 confess Unit I am sur
at Medford Tuesday.
be sold to the Lum . .'cmen3 Tru .1 c >m-
F. L. Kane of Grants Pass spent
Lewis Ulrich visited friends at Grants Wednesday attending to business af
Daniel Johns of D >rr:s. Cal. was a puny, of Portland, after receiv ng an
"At what, may I ask?”
'agreement fro n ”i ■ tint co up my
rec nt vi- it--r in town.
fairs in this city.
"Mother wrote me that you were
to take l lie bunJj at 5 per cent in er
Ralph Jennings of Brncom was in
B. H. Gregory a prominent resident
John W. Opp made a business trip
very young looking for your age. but MADE OF CHOICEST RED RURLFY
of Weed, C d. was a business visitor i i to Medford Wednesday.
The secret of tobacco satisfaction is
cent. Lie., of suffi ¡ent iti'o mill ■ I di<l not expect to see a man w ho can
H. N. Lofl ind of Medford was in town Wednesday.
not have rein-lied middle age."
known only to the man who chews
“And I have been told that you, loo, fluij tobacco. The reason is that a
Get your stationery printed at this ford Thursday forenoon.
th 1 people t > v re do .11 tm- u 1.1 I i--
good chew gets right next to your
W. T. Grieve was a business visitor office. Our work is g.i irant -etl and
do not look your age."
G. M. H iberts of Medford war. a vis
at Medford Tuesday.
, “I? Why. Iioiv old do you think me?” taste, while the leaf in />Iu<7 tobacco ii
our prices pre right.
z ns voted.
“A mini Ims no right to think at all in a state of fresh, juicy richness that
Mabel Reeves of Medford was a vis
Mrs. Hattie Deneff returned Sunday itor in this city Monday.
a lady's age. I was given to un is not possible in any other form of to
itor in town Saturday.
If yon like this pip-r, drip inani
from Red Bluff, Cal., where she has
Roseburg to Vote Upon derstand that you do not look forty.”
There's no tobacco in the world that
Mias Flora Thompson visited friends spent several months visiting relatives. subscribe. Only SI S') per year.
can give you the hearty, wholesome
at Medford Wednesday.
B. R. McCabe of Medford, Demccra-
Mrs. Dick Gaskin and Mrs. Bob Fin
“Tliut’s wlint I was told. To me you flavor that you get from a delicious
All work done in 1916 at W. R. tic candidate for District Attorney, ney were visitors at Medford Thurs
don’t look over twenty. But perhaps chew of Spear Head.
transacted business in this city Wed day.
Spark's must be spot cash.
there are two of you about twenty
Spear Head is made exclusively of
ripe, red Kentucky Burley—the most
E. D. Wil»on of Ashland transacted nesday .
Roseburg, Or., April 12—The city
“You speak In riddles."
Clint Dunnington returned Wednes
richly-flavored chewing tobacco that
business in town Monday.
council today decided to call a special
“Did you never hear of the man who grows. Still more, only the very choic
Better register now if you want to
election next month on a date to be anld that a woman of forty should be
ka. and other points of interest in the MURPHY-EDELMAN-At Jackson set later, when a vote of the necpl- like a bank bill that may be changed est red Burley leaf is used for Spear
yote at the primary election.
This choice leaf is selected with the
Arthur Gray on Ashland transacted
1916, by H. G. Dox, J. P. ; J. H. Mur will be talien on a proposed charter for two twenties? Ha. ha!”
Mrs. Beekman is having the interior
Mr. Edntonds was the only one of most painstaking care, ¡3 stemmed by
business in this city Tuesday.
phy of Walla Walla, Washington and amendment to authorize a bond is-ue
of her residence newly papered, paint
of $3h<),000 to build a railroad from this the two who laughed at Ills own Joko. hand, is thoroughly washed free of all
Zolo Edelman ot Me lóri. Origin.
Edward Tate of Ashland trinsacted ed and otherwise Improved Fred Fick
city to the IUck Creek timber district. Miss Fielding looked nt him. wonder foreign matter, and is pres: :d into
business in this city Thursday.
if he were not a trifle ilaft. Her Spear Head plugs so slowly that not a
is in charge of the work.
A $509.000 saw mill project backed by ing
mother, who was a widow, had writ drop of juice or an atom of the nat
We print Trespass Not ces and No j We have received from Supt. Wells
eastern capital depends upon the suc ten her that site wus engaged to be
Hunting, signs, at this office.
cess ot' the proposed railroad project. married to a Mr. Edmonds, who would ural
a report of the recent spelling contest
Try Spear Head, and you’ll get a
W. W. McNealy of Hornbrook, Cal., held in the schools of the county, blit
A bond issi efir the railroad w as i-u cull upon her; that lie was of sultuble sweet, mellow, luscious, satisfying chew
was a visitor in town this week.
too late for publication this week. A Adjourned Session Held thorized at an election several months age for the mother and she hoped that cannot be obtained in any other
ago, but was held invalid by the su- Gwen would bo pleased with him. tobacco. In 10c cuts, wrapped in wax
W. L. Webber and family have mov number of schools make an excellent
peme court. It is now proposed so to Was her mother to marry a man who paper.
ed to the Gilson ranch near Sterling. i showing.
amend the charter as to make the is appeared to be fifteen or twenty years
Jewell Bailey and Mary Bagshaw
NOTICE —I have opened a law office
younger than herself, who cracked
were visitors at Medford Saturday eve in a room adjoining the office of the
Jokes about changing the woman lie
An adjourned meeting of the city
j Jacksonville Post, where persons hav-
wus to marry for two girls? What did
H. A. Canaday of Medford transact | ing legal business to transact can find council was held Friday nihgt. Pres State Said to Hold 8000 Acres it all mean?
Following is the report of U. S. Vo'-
As for Edmonds, his father had unteer Cooperative Observer, E. But.;
ed business in this city Thursday after , me every day from 8:30 A. M. to 5 P. ent-Mayor Britt, Councilmen Bagshaw
of Federal Land.
Florev, Hartman and Neil, Recorder
written him of ills engagement and
M. —D. W. Bagshaw.
had a.sked him to call on fils fiancee, Jacksonville, for month of M odi.
S. L. Coffman of Ruch, transacted
who would he at home after a certain Latitude 42 deg. 18. min. north; longi
The referendum petitions heretofore
business in this city yesterday fore the school board to employ Miss Lora
Salem, Or., April 11 —According to date. He supposed he was calling on tude 123 deg. 5 min. west.
Couch as a teacher for the ensuing
that as no petitions for a nending the advices received by the slate land board his future stepmother, and Gwen sup
M. J. Biainard of Butte Falls trans year. It seems that the board had se charter had been filed, the parties who from the interior department at Wash- posed she was receiving Iler future Date Maximum Minimum
acted business at the courthouse Wed lected another teacher to fill the posi were agitating the referendum matters ington the state has received an excess stepfather.
of 8000 acres in indemnity land. The
Gwen coldly, "tlint yotl are quite n dlf
lands have already been patented to ferent uian from the one I expected to 3
The rain the first of the week was
petitions were withdrawn.
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Bagshaw enter
worth thousands of dollars to farmers
The Ordinance regulating transpor the state, and if the government is to aee.”
of the valley.
“And I confess." was the smiling re 5
tation and storage of explosives within be reimbursed it must be through the
day evening: those present were Mr.
C. C. Kribs a veteran of the civil Emil Britt, Mollie Britt, Mr. and Mrs, the citv was passed its final leading. surrender, by the state, of indemnity ply. "that I nm very agreeably disap 7
war, died at Medford Thursday, night H. K. Hanna, Mr. and Mrs. Jpsten Bill of John Lyden for bed and springs rights which it has not yet exercised. pointed In yon."
Gwen looked at him with a blank 9
and bill of M. E. Abbott for supplies The government claims that the state
aged 73 years.
Hartman, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Wilson
did rot lose the case in consideration stare “Wlmt kind of u person did 10
J. B. Coleman of Talent, candidate and Miss Jewell Bailey.
ot which the indemnity lands were giv you expect to meet?" she asked
ed and ordered paid.
for assessor, was looking after his po
"A woman twice your age."
Mr. and Mrs. Hal Harrington enter
An order segregating some $900. now
litical fences in this city Thursday.
tained a few friends at their home in erroneously in general fund, for re is making an investigation of the mat
Bettter get your batter wrappers this city Thursday evening. Card play
demption of warrants called under re ter.
“My father In that case would he 16
printed at this office and comply ing was the main amusement after
from eighty to a hundred."
funding ordinance, was made. Ordi
with the law governing the sale of which a dainty two course luncheon
nance fixing bond of treasurer at $6000 Triplets Arrive in Clats
was served. Those present were Mary and providing for payment of premium
I nm speaking of a man of suitable 1!»
John P. Kane o/ Davenport: Wash Bagshaw, Emma Tedrich of Medtord, by city was introduced and under sus
“But would yon consider n man 21
ington is looking over the valley this Lou Raker and Joe Norris.
pension of the rules, passed. An ordi
three-quarters of n century old a suttn 22
week with a view to locating here if he
The Table Rock baseball team van nance fixing bond of sexton at $100.
Clatskanie, Or., April 11 —Mrs. Wil
ble match for a girl"—
can find something to BUit,
quished the home team in a close game and providing compensation of sexton liam Howard, of Beaver Falls camp, I “Girl! Do you consider my mother 24
Hon. Theodore Burton of Ohio, can on the local diamond Sunday afternoon was introduced and under suspension gave birth to triplets on Saturday af a girl?"
didate for the Republican nomination the score being 6-5. The home team of rules passed final reading.
ternoon, two boys weighing five pounds
It was now Mr. Edmonds' turn to 27
for president, will deliver an address at was picked up for the occasion, most
A motion was made, seconded and each, and a girl of 4!< pounds. There ; lie astonished. "I was given to under 28
of last year’s players being away from adopted that city recorder be placed on were already six children in the family , stand that both your parents were 29
the Nat, Medford Monday evening.
C. W. McDonald has been elected home at work. The Table Rock boys a flat salary of $15.00 per month in lieu one of them aged under 1 year. Mr. I dead." lie said.
“M.v father Is dead, but I assure you 31
president of Jackson County Bank at are huskv lads and with a little more of the fees heretofore paid for his ser Howard, the father, is a saw filer at I that If you are to talk ns nonsensically
vices and recorder was instructed to the saw mill in the camp.
Medford, to fill the vacancy caused by practice will be hard to beat.
to m.v mother as you have been talk Temperature —mean max. 59.96: me n
Medford newspapers are digging into prepare ordinance to that effect.
the death of the late W. I. Vawter.
ing to me you’ll find her very much mir. 31 24; mean 47.75. Max.77 on 15.
alive I assure yon she will not brook Minimum, 25. on 24. Greatest daily
The editor thanks Mrs. S. P Jones County Clerk Gardner on account of
of this city for a bouquet of fine roses, his attempt to obey the law regulating Oregon Vegetables to be Used IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE STATE a proposal to change her for two young range, 44. Total precipitation 2.76
grown in the open air at her home. the registration of voters. The fauP
inches. Greatest in 24 hours, 0.18 in.,
OF OREGON, FOR JACKSON COUNTY.
"All I hare to say." rejoined Mr. Ed on 1 4 10. Number of days with .01
The bush on which these roses were if any there is, is in the law itself and
montls. with a puzzled look on Ills face
In the mat'er of the estate
grown has been in bloom for the past not in the county clerk. The parties
“Is that, while I know nothing what inch or more precipitation, 12, clear,
of the prospective moflier-ln law 12; partly cloudy, 3; cloudy, 16.
Clerk Gardner,” have submitted no
Seattle, April 12—All the available I Notice is hereby given that in pursu the bride to lie Is very eliarming.”
Precipitation for season,
Bamford A. Robb, an attorney of
evidence to show that they had ever onions and carrots in Western Wash-1 ance of an order of the County Court “What mother-in la tv?”
Precipitation for last season 14. 8
Seattle, and a former resident of this
registered as “fully naturalized citi ington having been consume! by the of Jackson County, Oregon, made < n
1'.’. B ritt ,
“My father’s I fear that If she is
city was killed by a fall from the sev
zens” as required by law. The clerk canning plant at Ladner, B. C-, that the 8th day of April, 1916, in the mat disposed to I«- cranky there will be
Coo; e ative Ob - rver
enth floor of the Lowman-Hanford
had no discretion in the matter: if the is preparing these vegetables for the ter of the Estate of Lewis A. Waite, trouble In the family. M.v father Is a
building at Seattle, last week. He
voter can show former registration in British army, 8500 tons from Oregon deceased, the undersigned, administra well dlspo-ed num and I am sure will
was a son of the late Prof. Robb, a
conformity with the requirements of and California, brought to Seattle by tor of said estate, will sill at priva!« be able to get on with Ills bride, but THE THRICE-'l-WEEK EDITION
former Jackson county teacher.
the Act, he is entitled to register-oth steamer and rail, are being shipped to , sale, to the highest bidder for cash, as for a mother-in-law. If she Is like
the most of them It will be a monkey
Miss Dorland Robinson left Wednes erwise not.
OF TI E N :W YORK WORLD
Ladner. The steamer that carries the gold coin of the United States, and and a parrot business lietween them.”
day for San Francisco where she will
onions and carrots north brings back subject to confirmation by said County
Miss Fielding stood looking nt Mr.
devote a few weeks to a study of the
Court, on and after Monday, the 15'h Edmonds with amazement and grow.
British Columbia potatoes.
Art exhibit of the Penama-Pacific ex the state of Iowa, and have had a great
Ing anger for n few moments, then Practically a Daily at the Price
hibition which is yet on display but deal of experience in land values. In
olit of the room, saying na she
will be closed May 1st. She will also 1886 I took up Contracting, Budding
of a Weekly. No Other
son County Oregon, all the right, title, went flint her mother mint have gone
visit some of the art schools of the
stark, staring mud Reaching the
lowed this Business for 20 years: this
diamond setting, watch
Newspep rii the World
A. W aite at the time of his death, and front door she went out. shutting It
qualifies me for taking the values of
behind her not over vareftllly.
A new process for the extraction of
Farm Improvements and also of Town
"I wonder what the governor means.”
Martin J. Reddy
gold, termed the “Flotation system,”
Gives so Much at so
estate has, by operation of law or ott •
and City property. In 1907, I came
said Mr. Edmonds to himself, "by ty
The Quality Store for
is being installed at the Opp quartz
west and settled on aianch near Jack
mill. The system has been tried out
Low a Price.
'ion to that of the said Lewis A. Waite that and evidently with a fine temper
sonville. I have very thoroughly stu
212 E Main St Hrdford. Or«.
at s number of mills in Alaska and
at the time of Ips death, in and to all Anti won’t she make It hot for me!”
died the different soil formations of the
elsewhere, with most gratifying re
that certain lot, piece, or parcel of
He waited until Gwen hud hud time
county. Being familiar with all kinds
There has never been a time wh--n a
sults. We expect to treat this subject
land situate, lying, and being in Jack- to get some distance from the house,
of lumber, 1 am competent to pass on
was more needed in th«
Money to Loan
at greater length in a future issue of
son County, Oregon and bounded a -cl
timber values. I am not a politician,
crammed It down on hts head, and household. The great war in Europe
but I came out for a Square Deal for on Firsr Farm Mortgages,
has now enterei its second year, with
The Northeast Quarter of Section went his way
Prof. P. H. Daily has been elected all taxpayers.
The next day Mrs. Fielding returned, no promise of an end for a long time.
E. J. Roberson,
Four (4) in Township Forty-one (41)
principal of the Medford High School. (Paid Adv.)
learned that Mr. Edmonds had called
S. Range Three (3) West of W. M. and asked Gwen If she was pleased The«« are world shaking events, in
702 Title & Trust Building,
G. W. Ager, candidate for County
which the United States, willing or un
The county court is arranging to
J ohn W aite ,
School Superintendent on the republi spread the so called “buckshot grav
willing, has been compelled to take a
"Pleased with him!” said Gwen. part. No intelligent p :r»< n can ignore
can ticket, maintains that it should be el” on the road between this city and
“Mamma, have you gone mad to en
the superintendent’s business to get Medford. This will be another case of
gage yourself to a young fellow who such issues.
into the field and personally supervise money wasted for nothing, the gravel
The Presidential contest also will
says lie would like to change you for
our schools whether he is provided with will last about as long as a snowball in
soon be at hand. Already candidate«
two girls, eat-li twenty years old?"
one or a dozen supervisors. Certain hades. Why not pave this road at once
for th ■ nomination are in the fl- d, and
"Gwen! Wliat do >pu menu?"
days of the week should be set aside instead of these makeshifts? This road We are receiving New and Up-to-date goods every month
"Why. mother; be’» young enough to the campaign, owing to the extraordi
for thia work and everyone in the coun
nary character of the times, will be o
is travelled by more taxpayers of Jack- delightful gifts suitable for wedding, birthday or parties. be your son.”
ty should know of his plana. (Paid Ad.)
“He Is »IXty-two ”
supreme interest. No other newspa
son county than any road of like length
Mothe r and daughter looked at ench per wid inform you with the prompt-
Sir Francis Webster of Arbroth, in the county. Why not make it one
Fine stationery—Box Paper iv up. Embassy Lawn box
ether without speaking.
Scotland, a wealthy manufacturer, has of the best? We spent $500,000 to build
n ■«« and cheapness of the Thrice-a-
paper, 4« envelopes and 48 sheets paper 25#—a bargain
"Are you sure that it was Mr. Ed
purchased of Emil Britt of this city, a a road upon which dudes (called tour
Fine perfumery. Colgates Talcum 15#—Colgatwa Dental
monde who railed?” naked the mother Week edition of the New York Worl I.
THE THR1CE-A-WEF.K WORLD’S
tract of land lying on the hillside just ists) can slide through the county so
Cream & Dental powder and Lilly's Dental cream 20# -
(«wet» went to a dresser, took a • a rd
subscription pri-e is only il 00
north of the Guthrie orchard and win fast that even a “speed cop” can
Shaving soap 5# Colgates Shaving stick, powder and cream
from It and bunded It to ber mother.
per year, and this pays for 156 papers.
immediately begin the erection of a scarcely catch them, while the road
20# Hohner harmonicas 25# to $1.00. Plaving cards 10c up.
"Why. this 1» Harry » card.”
We offer this uneq tailed newspaper
bungalow and other buildings for use l connecting that road with the county
Toilet soaps 5c cake up.
You are most welcome. Com«
of himself and family. The tract con | seat is fu'l of holes that make an auto
"Yes. stttpld! Didn’t yon see the
in and see our fine display of goods.
Junior on It' II rri 1« Mr Edmond«
tains 430 acres of brush land, only part pitch and roll like a shin in a gale at
only son Hr is worth $2'J'.*»«> In his JACKSONVILLE
of it flt for cultivation, but the balance sea. Give the taxpayers and people of
ean be made into a small range for the county at least an even break with
together for one year for S2.00 cash
catch foi you '
Block. Several residence sites, with the outsider who pays no taxes and
"Catch!” cried Gwqti In dismay. “1
attractive views of the valley, are in very seldom «pends a dollar in the coun
The regular subscription price of the
expect lie considers that be ba» caught
cluded in the tract
two papers is $2.50.
City Drug & Gift Store
CITY DRUG & GIFT STORE
WHY THE BEST •
OF CHEWS ES