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About Jacksonville post. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1906-19?? | View Entire Issue (June 25, 1921)
E. C Kay«- arrived from Portlami year he wu* hurt at Cori nado Beach
last week and has taken possession of while changing fr. m an aeroplane to
the Ar-plsgate property on Third an auto gvii g ?o mile» an hour, aud |
street, which he purchased through rolled for 60 feet on the beach.
The Pioneer Church
Atlornov B. F. Lin las of Me ¡ford
the agency of John Lyden s< me time | Pangborn was the first lieutenant in
attended to businu. s at the court bouse
ago. Mr. Kaye’s family will not the U. S. A vialioii Corps, aud was an
move to Jacksonville until next fall. ) , instiu-tor during the war. He was
H. C. Gallup, Supt.
A number of Medford people, among
Many local pe«ple will learn with the first m in to fle from Texas to Ida
them Attorney Evan Reimes, John
regret of tne illness of Mrs. W G. ho, where his mother lives. He has
Orth, Mr. and Mrs. John F. White and
Cauddl at her home in West Virginia. give i many exhibitions up and down
Yo t will find a welcome here.
Charles Beanies attends'! the funeral
| She has been in ill health for a year the Pae fi1 const and this year has won
of Oliver Harbaugh Wednesday.
- with very slight improvement. Th« three prizes in San Franeite».
He will carry pisiengors before and
Caudills lived in this city for several
Mrs. Lester Walton, who recently
ST. JOSEPHS CATHOLIC CHURCH 1 years, when Mr. Caudill was a partner ifter the 4th and during the d »y ex
underwent an operation, is said to be
in William’s store and they have many cept wh m flying lor the parade and
9:.'» A M.
celebration and savs he expects to
warm friends here.
On the second, and fourth Sun-,
All work done in 1921. S pot C ash .
start a school b >th for straight flying
days of each month until further
This means'you. W. R. S parks .
and for stunts.
who passed away last Sunday at hú
Mrs Tom Fulton and children »[-ant n >ti ce.
As the plans for the parade and
R ev . W m J M eagher , rector bome in this city, aged 96 yearrs, th« celebration are being developed it is
Monday with triends in Medford.
county loses one of it» oldest citizens.
». en th st the event will far surpass
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Greaves visited
Although notone of the early pioneers,
what was originally expected.
friends in this city Monday evening.
Was well and favorably kr»wn. Fun
Mrs. Fred J. Fick and daughter, 10 A. M.—Sunday School,
eral s--rv.ee» were held Wednesday,
Virginia, returned Sunday frern a few
SALEM—The number of yellow
be present to get the new quarter’s
with a large attendance, which includ license tags observed on automobiles
days visit with relatives in Salem.
ed many out of town people,
these days does not indicate the per
blisses Eunice Brandon, Mildred 11 A. M.— Children’s Dav exercises.
an ] Mrs. Evan R ames of Kiant
mits driving these cars are residents
Bridges and Messrs. Brandon, Wester
Parents having children that they 1
ath Fail» attended the tuneral of the of California, asserted W. H. Mc
man Whillo.-k, and Frank Berg came
wish baptised, will kindly bring them
former’» brother-in-law, Oliver Har Kenzie, former resident of Salem,
over from Medford last Sunday morn;
to this service. An opportunity for
baugh last Wednesday.
who is now enroute to his home in
ing to attend the service in the Pioneer
church membership will be given.
after passing several
8 P. *L —Preaching service. All are PBOPERTY WANTED - Jacksoncil
months in Los Angeles.
A noteworihy real estate deal this
“In California,” said Mr. McKen-
wanted in exchange for other pro
week wa» th» sale of the Charles Prim
J. K. H oward , Pastor.
"they collect fees February 1,
residence property on California street '
when tourist travel is at its heights.
to J. L. Roe of the Sacramento val
The isual m mthly meeting of the
They issue you a visitor’s license
ley. The residence, at present oecu- ; A. E. Flemming was elected school j .Missionary Society wa» held in thi
when you enter the state and tell
pied by Sheriff C. E Terrill, is admit-- 1 director for a three year term and ' Presbyterian Church last Thursday.
vou it is free. But it you stay more
ably locate! and make* an ideal home i
Mrs Charle* Connor, the leader for the
than 90 days they take it up, charge
Mr. Roe and family expect, to take year at the annual schoai westing and day, was unable to be present and the
election held Monday at the school I
you $2.25 and then sell you the reg
possession as soon as the premises are,
service was conducted by Mrs Flein
house. Minutes of last annual maet- I
ular license at statutory prices. They
mirg. Mrs. Brown, president of th«
WANTED TO BUY-Jacksonville res-1
society at Medlord, Mrs. E. G. Law have got some system in California,
report, read at tha meeting, are omit- J
idence property, place containing ted from ’he Post this week on ac- 1 rence. wife of the new minister at
fo'tr or more lots preferred. See R. count of lack of space.
MEDFORD—A party of school
Angell of Phoenix were welcome vis-
E Witter, Jacksonville, Oie.
Maynard and Maurice Pitney of itois and th»se ladies all gave brief teachers recently motored through
Miss Issie McCully, who has been Medford, visited at the home of Tom I
talks. Special music was enjoyed an i central Oregon by way of Bend and
seriously ill for over a week, is Blight Fnlton Thursday.
the meeting was one oi' the most in- Klamath Falls, taking in all the
scenic attractions on the way, includ
J, O. Isaacson, president of the Cen teresting of the year.
ing Crater Lake, to which place they
A. T. Lundgren returned to his mine tral Point bank, transacted business 1
drove as far as the Sand creek road
at Copper last Saturday after a few at the court house Wednesday morn
LEARN THE AUTO BUSINESS—
and then hiked a mile to the lake in
earn more money as auto mechanic
weeks stay in town.
Or go into business for yourself hb
the deep snow.
J. H. Huen-rs and family are living
Ignition expert, Battery man,. Welder
Attornen T. W. Miles of Medford
Traetorman. Vulcanizer, Machinist
in the house on the old academy was at the county seat on business
ASHLAND—With the offering of
or Lathe Hand shortest road to sue
cess—thousands of men have gone
$200 in prizes for winning features,
from these shops to good jobs you
Mrs. Henrietta Fick and daughter,
Mrs. Robert Finney and daughter,
the July 4 parade here will be par
can do the same=you can earn board
Miss Lizzie Reuter, Mr. ar.d Mrs. (). 1 Mrs. E. S. Wibon, spent Tuesday
ticipated in by all cities and towns
and room while attending school—-
C Di rothy were some of the local afternoon at Medford.
write today for free catalog- largest of Jackson county, according to plans
and best equipped Auto School on the
people in .Medford Monday.
formulated by the committee in
An altercation over impoundi.ig'aome
PacificCoast —over2,000 men trained
W. R Young, agent for the Gr ind of F. Varney’s cattle resulted in a I
charge, headed by Jesse Winburn.
Union Tua Co., made his bi-monthly fi-tic encounter between Pouudmascer
Prizes for the most original float and
Heald’» Automobile School
tri,i to Jacksonville Thursday.
M. D. Jones and Charles Knutson
1101 Sutter Street
San Francisco under the same circumstances.
Alfred Norris and family are now Wednesday. Tha difference of opinion,
V.'.tr. a Proviso.
living on Caldwell's Hill, on the prop which began at the pound was, by mu
James wns fond of one of his moth
erty recently purchased from J. H. tual consent, adjourned to a secluded
er's friends, a girl in her twenties.
spot up Jackson creek gulch where the
One day, when he had been particular
combatants mixed a la Carpentier and
Mrs. L. H. Niedermeyer was taken Dempsey. Knutson, it is said, taking
One of the most sensational features I ly well entertained by her, he remark
suddenly ill this week at her home the long end of the purse.
of the Jackson County parade and ed: “Aunt Margie, when I grow up
north of town, but is now better.
celebration orf the Fourth at Ashland, I'm going to marry you.”
Frank Mengoz and and Harry Helms
will be the flying exhibition to be given tanked at her thoughtfully and added:
left the beginning of the wuek for the by Aviator Clyde E. Pangburn, whose •‘That Is, If you last long enough.”
I uncut brush in the general direction
Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured I of the Siskivous on a few weeks out- home is in San Diego. He will fly over
by local applications, as they cannot
the parade in the morning and throw
Thoughtless persons who Insist or
reach the diseased portion of the ear. i ing trip.
flowers out of h'» plane epon the crowd talking during n musical performance,
Catarrhal Deafness requires constitu
Herman Offenbocher of Applegate below. In the afternoon he will do a mnriing th“ pleiisure of those who
MEDICINE is a constitutional remedy.
Catarrhal Deafness is caused by an in valley was at Jacksonville and Mud number of stnnis ovar the bssobnl would listen to the music, we have nl-
flamed condition of the mucous lining of ford Thursday.
field. Pangborn claims to do ail the ways -witli us. It Is curious to note
the Eustachian Tube. When this tube is
Inflamed you have a rumbling sound or
stunts that can be done on an airplane, that tills particular pest was nlrenuy
extant more than 2,000 years ago. In
Imperfect hearing, and when It is entire i Clint Dunningt-in, the Talent gar-
ly closed Deafness is the result. Unless ' age man, made a business trip to including walking on the wings and the ancient book “Ecclesinstlcus" we
the inflammation can be reduced, your
hanging l y the landing gear and says read,, “Speak, thou that art the elder,
hearing may be
forever. Jacksonville Wednesday morning.
ha has done more stunts flv’ng than for It becometh time, but with sound
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE acts
through the blood on tne mucous sur
Bob Ray of Ruch passed thftiugh any other aviator in California. Last • ibigment, :in<! hinder not music.
faces of the system, thus reducing the in
flammation and restoring normal condi Jacksonville Thursday,
the valley metropolis.
Before Going Camping
or Picnicing, call and inspect the complete assort
ment of Lunch and Canned Goods on display at
The Chocolate Corner
O. C. DOROTHY, Proprietor
Come in and try our wholesome, delicious Ice Cream as
a cure for that hot, tired feeling. Milkshakes
and all kinds of soft drinks
1» Prepared to do
All kinds of General Blacksmith
ing, Horseshoeing and Wood Work
We handle second-hand stoves and small implements
few hacks and buggies for sale
“Moderate Prices, Good Workmanship”
Jos. Applebaker, Prop
Flying Stunts in Ashland
Circulars free. All Druggists.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.
Mrs. A. R. Thompson and daughter,
Miss Flora, spent Thursday alteration
Highest quality, jewelry
repairing, diamond set
ting. watch repairing,
agate mounting and jew-;
Martin J. Reddy,
t: > ■ > t > PRit'D't.
W. A. BISIIor, Prop.
Prorr.pt Service and careful a ten
tion to business guaranteed
Mrs. W. P. Bailey was one of
local people in Medford Tuesday.
Mies Alice Hoefs was a Tuesday
afternoon visitor at Medfotd.
The late C. O. Beekman's old bank
ing h «use, not least among historic
buildings of the state and an object
of unfailing interest to tourivtr, is
' resplendent in a new coat of while
i paint, applied this week.
improvement h.is been worked by re
moving an old shed from the rear of
the budding and erecting a high board
wali between the bank aud the C. F.
20 Per Cent
of the price you have boen paying
when you buy Pure White Lard
City Meat Market
TOM DUN KINGTON, Prop.
Our Product is as good, and lots cheaper,
than the best
But up in Convenient Cuns —Try It
Is equipped to handle all kinds of work in our
line—nothing too large ir too smali. Especial
care used in shoeing criopled feet
Personal attention given all work at all times
E. It JONES
Mrs. M. E. Day made several trips
to Medford this week where she is
receiving n edieal treatment.
give tire mileage
at the lowest cost
$THE CITY DRUG STORE*
Nyal Remedien CO
Wear-Ever Fountain Syringe
and Hot Water Bottle«
Gem Razor« and Blades
Fine Perfumery and Toilet Goods
Come in and Get our Prices
National Banking Laws
7"HE First National Bank is not
only founded upon Government
Laws, but operates under its di-
Then in addi
tion to this strong foundation, its
operation is mid3 moor safe, more
convenient and more adaptable by
its Membership in the Federal Re
$15.00 $22.00 $27.50
Reduction on all styles and sizes
Just how each of these features are of
advantage to the depositor, we shall
be glad to explain to you
sth aiionai Bank
J. W. Robinson, M .1)., Proprietor
A New Low Price on a
Known and Honest Product
Leave Jacksonville 7:00, 8:30, 9:30, 11:00 a. m. 12
noon, 1:30, 3:00, 4:00 5:00 7:1.5 p. in.
Leave Medford 7:30, 9:00, 10:00, 11:30 a.m., 1:00,
2:00, 3:30, 4:30, 6:00 10:00 p. m.
Fare one way 15c; round trip 25c; by buok 10c per trip.
J. T. GAGNON