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About Jacksonville post. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1906-19?? | View Entire Issue (May 19, 1917)
MAY 19. 1917
Miles Cantrall of Ruch was in town
W. H. Venable of Ruch was in town
Chas. F. Dunford of Sterling was in
J. W. Bybee transacted business in
this city Friday.
Fletcher Stout of Gold Hill was a
visitor in town Monday.
E. Conger of this city visited friends
on Wagner creek Sunday.
George Colvig of Grants Pass was a
recent vi’itor i»i this city.
E. A. Hildreth of Butte Falls was a
recent visitor in this city.
Fred Armpriest of the Applegate
Valley was in town Tuesday.
The funeral of the late Captain Nash
was held at Medford Wednesday.
Don’t miss the Box Social at the
school house Wednesday evening.
Raymond Reter and Marguerite Flo
rey were married at Ashland May 12.
Mrs. JohD Offenbacher of Applega’e
transacted business in this city Fri
Attorney Gus Newbury of Medford
was a business visitor in this city Fri
B. B. Beekman was at Portland Sat
urday and Sunday returning home
William H. Johnson of the Bank of
Jacksonville, was a visitor at Medford
John Lyden is planning the installa
tion of wagon scales with capacity of
12 or 15 tons.
C, J. Fry a prospector and miner of
Elliott creek was a business visitor in
town this week.
The rains this Week will help the hay
crop but garden vegetables are grow
ing very slowly»
A number of persons from this city
attended the patriotic parade at Med
The friends of Mrs. P. N Fick will |
be glad to know that she is rapidly re
gaining her health.
Several young ladies and gentlemen
from this city attended services at Gold
Hill Sunday evening.
Mrs. Belle Davies returned to her
home in St. Paul Wednesday after sev
eral weeks visit here.
Commissioner Chinnock has been
taking testimony in several contested
water cases th s week.
A concrete watering trough for the
convenience of teamsters and farmers,
will be installed near the city hall.
Uncle Jimmy Rock, the courteous
janitor at the high school building has I
been laid up this week with a severe
Box Social and musical entertain
ment at school house next Wednesday
evening. Proceeds for benefit of Red
Street commissioner Wilson with a
crew of men and teams, is grading and
macadamizing California and Oregon
streets this week.
Jack Morrill’s house on his ranch
near Gold Hill was destroyed by fire
Monday. Value of property destroyed
is estimated at $25,000.
The laws passed at the recent ses
sion of legislature, except those re
ferred to a vote of the people, are ef
fective Monday, May 21.
The Medford Commercial College, in
another column of this paper announc
es a Teachers’ Training Course to be
given May 28, to June 30, including
Saturdays. Read the ad.
The high price to which flour and
other food supplies have been forced
by speculators prove the need of the
government fixing a maximum price
for foodstuffs, rather than the mini
mum so much talked of.
W. E. Collins and Sam Slide, accus
ed of the recent robbery at Phoenix
were bound over to the grand iury by
Justice Tavlor of Medford, Monday.
Bail was fixed at $1000 each, in default
of which they were committed to the
county jail in this city.
Reports from Bremerton state that
Thomas Merriman of Medford and Lou
is Baker of thia city who enlisted in
the yeoman branch of the naval re
serves and had reported for duty at
Bremerton, have been discharged from
Medford papers state
that Merriman has returned to that
city but Mr. Baker has not yet return
One of the laws enacted by the re
cent legislature and which becomes ef
fective May 21, fixes the rate to be
charged by newspapers for legal ad
vertising at #5 cents per folio of 250
ems of whatever sized type the ad is
set in. In 8 point type, the size most
papers use, 19 ems make one line,
hence the rate will be, 5 cents per line
each insertion, if smaller type is used
there will be fewer lines with more ems
in a line, but the charge will be jurt
the same as if 8 point type was used.
Mrs. J. P. Wells was a rece t visi
Frost here Wednesday morning.
tor in Medford.
All work done in 1917 spot cash at
Mrs. Alice M. Martir, widow of W. R. Sparks.
James .Martin die! at her home in Med
Homar Stephenson of Watkins w is
ford, Wednesday, May 16. Fune:al in town this week.
was held Friday forenoon.
B. . Piatt of Medford transacted
The figures showing the complete bt s ness in this city Tuesday.
registration of votes in Jackson county
B. B. Beekman and Miss Carrie Beek
has been made public and shows the
man were visitors at Me f rd Thurs
following number in each party: Re
publican 5,620, Democrat 3,214, Pro
Mrs. John D innington entertained
gressive 31, Prohibition 22), Soeiilist
the sewing elub at her home Monday
302, Miscellaneous 381, total 9,801.
A number of persons from this city ;
attended the “good roads” convention | FOR RENT—Cheap grazing near
at Medford Wednesday. Speech s Jacksonville. Apply to F. W. Wight,
were made by Governor Withy combe, I Phone 372 evenings.
Mayor Gates of Medford, John A. Wes-1 Throw away that rubber stamp and
terlund, the state highway engineers get printed stationery at this office.
of Oregon and Washington and others. Work right, prices light.
Dave Cronemiller, Harry Helms,
Ladies of Jacksonville are planning
Musical & Box Social Wednesday eve Charly Dunford and Ralph Jennings
ning, May 23, 1917, Assembly hall, were visitors in Melford Saturday-
school building, 8 o’clock. Admission night.
108 Adult boxes, lunch for two 35
FOR SALE—The McLaren property
cents, children's boxes lunch for two, on Applegate road. Good small house
25 cents. Proceeds to be donated to and necessary outbuildings, chicken
local Red Cross Society. All ladies park, etc. A number of fine fruit trees
and misses are requested to bring box bearing excellent fruit. Will be sold
es A timely cause and worthy —Do ata bargain. Apply at the premises
or at offi e ot Jacksonville Post.
HOW can 1/013 fell
when you're near the
There’s a salty tang in the air—a pure
fragrance that braces you. Quite so
with a tobacco of a fine, distinctive
flavor— it’s the pare fragrance that ap
peals—“Your Nose Knows.*’
A Six Weeks Teachers’ Training
and Review Course
preparatory to taking the examinations for Primary,
One-year and five-year certificates, will be conduct
Mrs. Evelyn L. Walker,
Only one such tobacco—
superintendent of the Teachers’ Training and Meth
ods department of Central Point High School, at the
Medford Commercial College
31 North Grape St. Medford. Oregon, from Monday,
May 28, including Saturdays, to June 30, 1917.
Tuition for Course $10.00, or $2.00 per week.
For further details, phone '5-L, write, or call at the office of the
MEDFORD COMMERCIAL COLLEGE.
Its pure fragrance is as definite as the tang of
the sea. It’s the sunny Blue Graus fragrance of
Old Kentucky, where the rich Burley leaves are
grown and cured and blended. Trust your sense
of pure fragrance— “Your Nose Knows!”
Try this Teat: Rub a little Tuxedo briskly
in the palm of your hand to
bring out its full arorra.
Then smell it deep—its deli
cious, pure fragrance will
convince you. Try this test
with any other tobacco and
we will let Tuxedo stand
or fall on your judgment—
FISK TIRES FOR SERVICE
Gasoline, Oils, Greases, Auto Accessories
Pennant moulded Rubber Hose
Special price 14c
uminum ware, Granite ware, Tinware,
Stoves and Ranges, Paints, Oils, Glass,
Wallpaper, Doors and-Windows,
OREGON and WASHINGTON
A Directory of each City, Town and
Village, giving descriptive sketch of
each place, location, population, tele
graph, shipping and banking point;
also Classified Directory, compiled by
business and profession.
• R. I.. POLK & CO., SEATTLE
Dennis Eucalyptus Ointment
AT ALL DRUG STORES
HESb & CLARK’S Stock Food
SANTA ALICIA Olive Oil
NY AL STONE ROOT For Kidneys
A. D. S. Blood Purifier
Fine Line Of STATIONERY
Alb :t H. Gammon».
Sunday Services regularly as follow
10:00 A. M. Sabbath School Classc
I for all ages.
11:00 A. M. Morning warship, will
6:45 P. M. Christian Endeav r Pray
7:30 P. M, Evening worship,
Prayer meeting on Wednesday even
ing at 7:30.
Everyone welcjmr to these me.-;.ng-.
“I was glad when they said unto n
et us go into the the house of the
J. W.Robinson, M. I)., Proprietor
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Services held every Sunday morning
at 11 o’clock in I. O. O. F. Hall.
Everybody welcom ».
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Emil Bri’t was a visitor nt Medford
Do You Help PAY Hi
< < 1. Williams was a visitor at Med
RENT For This OUT
ol TOV/N Palace?
Mrs. J.-- -k Reter was over from Me I-
ford 'I Intraday.
Sheriff Jenn'ngs was a visitor in
Medford Wednesda .
'I he City Drug Store will for the pre
sent, close at 6 P. M.
A. T. Lundgren of fie Blue Ledge
district was in town Friday.
Uncle Hilly Cameron of Uniontown
was a recent visitor in town.
l- l i Thompson and Mary Ragshaw
were visitors at Medford Saturday
All companies of Oregon
guard men will be called into service
* - ! ill
Will a bushel of wheat at $3.00 feel
mi re p>- pl th in if it s d I at $1 04 aa
r -J-ht -li I t
Mr. B. I . B • kman left Friday eve
ning for Portland wl ere ’ e will r main
for 3 or 1 weeks.
Miry I’ >i -haw and Flora Thomps<n
attended tl >• Commencement exetcisrs
at Central Point Friday evening.
As we go to press news has reached
us that President Wilson has signid
tbe war t ill pn-ned by congress ar <1
The merchant who pays this 1 has ¡-sued a proclamation fixing Jure
ENORMOUS RENT does not f 5th a< ti d-.t • t<the registration of
spend a dollar in this town.
al; mal" citiz. -is betwen the aj.es of
21 ar id ji ars, who by the war bill
Build up YOUR OWN TOWN
are m i da liable for service in tie U.
by ttading with the IIJ’ix.
S. it ,-.y. All pers ns included in the
term- • f h - bill are require I to pre-
He'll fill every vmrt, and yo’t
i nt th -n ve for re utrarion at the
V/0'i I KE2T0VE ’i
I and penalties are pru-
LAR from circulating ucre.
’ vided f r wilfull ni-gi • •t or failure to
BO a.q>- ar.
At The Churches
CITY DRUG & GIFT STORE
Plumbing and Plumbing Supplies.
Fred J. Fick,
5-~f 8 m 4
“Vour Nose K iîoivs "
Fishing Tackle, Cutlery
Garden and Lawn Tools, Hardware,
Miners’ Supplies, Dupont Powder, Al