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About Jacksonville sentinel. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1903-1906 | View Entire Issue (March 17, 1903)
THE COUNTY NEWS
Short Paragraphs Regarding Doings
Throughout the Length and
Breadth of Jackson County as
We Succeed In Capturing I hem.
SOME ARE NEWSY: SOME AKE NOI
W. J. Wimer, of the Deep Gravel Min
ing Co. of Waldo, made our office a call
last week says the Grants Pass Mining
Journal. Mr. Wimer says they have
made a good run this season thus far,
and are now thinking of putting in a
link belt elevator so they can handle
their tailings and save more gold. From
the large bags of gold seen at the Iwink a
few days ago. as a ¡mrt clean-up from
this property, we would say that the
clean up must have been most gratifying.
Rev. Father O’Brien, of Portland, has
been holding a mission in the Catholic
church this week, commencing Tuesday
John Simmons was at the county seat and lasting until Sunday evening. The
services have been very interesting and
have attracted many outside of the regu
Arthur Stevens was a Jacksonville visi lar cong legation.
Special services will be held at the M.
la-ginning Sunday March 12th
Frank Cameron of Applegate was on and Church
continuing through the week. A
this Creek Sunday.
pressing invatation is extended to all to
Tbos. Yocorn tarried a few hours in
A. J. A rmstrong , Pastor.
Orders taken for custom and tailor
Harley Swagerty of Medford spent made clothing. Goods are right, prices
Sunday at the Mill.
are right and you will l>e treated right at
Furness the Chothier's.
A. J. Stevens did business at Ashland
Hawk, the harness and shoe man, now
Friday and Saturday.
has his shop in the Learned building op
Adolph Shulz, of the Valley, was in posite the U. S. hotel. Good work at
this neighborhood Friday.
Mikt and Miss Maggie Sidley were in
Miss Emma Margreiter of Jacksonville
from Lake Creek Sunday visiting rela
visited with home folks Sunday.
tives at the county seat.
Boorman’s Creek Items.
Quality of Goods, Selec
tion of Stock, and Reason
ableness of Price are
factors always considered
in dealings with customers
so that they may be satis
fied with their purchases
S m ?
Frank Ankeny, of Sterling was at the
Mrs. Tobe Brouse and Mrs. Hyde
county seat Tuesday on business affairs. Rickey visited Jacksonville friends one
day the first of the week.
Miss Ethel Crump and Miss Beulah
Gus. Newbury and family spent Sun IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE
Kincade were in Jacksonville Saturday.
day on the Applegate the guests of Mr.
STATE OF OREGON FOR THE
John Morgan and family of Fresno and Mrs. Miles Cantrall.
( < iUNTY ' » | M KSON.
California will soon become ressdeuts of
TO PRESENT CLAIMS.
Miss Edith Cranfil, of Medford, visited
In the matter of the estate of Phil Cleave
the county seat Tuesday.
Ed. King, of Jacksonville, and I’eter
Miss Mollie Ray was in from Ruch
Notice is hereby given that the un
Denhof, of Medford, were Poorman's visiting friends Tuesday.
dersigned has been appointed Executor
creek visitors Tuesday.
of the estate of l’hil Cleave, deceased;
Quartz and placer location blanks for all persons knowing tin him Ives to be in
Mrs. J. W. Margreiter returned home sale at the Serjtinel Office.
debted to Mid estate are hereby notified
Sunday after a few days visit with her
“Schillings Best” l>aking powder at to call at the office of Realties & Reames,
at Jacksonville. Oregon, and settle the
daughter Mrs. H. G King.
Lester & Schulz.
same; all persons having claims against
Geo. Walters and son Herman of
Daily & Elmer, the new real estate the said estate arc hereby notified to pre
sent the same, properly verified, to the
Humbug Creek was on this Creek Fri firm.
undersigned at said office within six
day on business.
The Sentinel gives the mining news.
months from the date of this notice.
Dated Jan. 2H, 1905.
PHIL R. B liss .
Chas. Young and family who have
been living at Jacksonville for some
Attorneys for Estate.
time have now become residents of this
All Kinds Of Harness
Work Done Prompt
ly. Fine Shoe Work
P)R. T. T. SHAW
Miss Mabel Schindler spent several
days in Grants Pass with Miss Frances
Humphreys this week.
All work equal to the best to be had iu
Crowns, Bridge work and Artificial Teeth
on either rubber or celluloid plater
Mr. R. Tweed, Robt, Tweed, Gracie
and Will Sams spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. J. B. Hair.
Geo. Wright and Pyburn are engag
ed in hauling the power poles from
Foot's creek to Green’s creek for the
C. W. & P. Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Champlin arrived
from the East last week and are now on
Foots Creek. It is reported that the
Champlins are going to build a large
summer residence there soon.
A large number of friends met at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Short on Foots
creek last Monday and everybody had a
fine time celebrating Mrs. Short’s birth
Zach Cameron was in from the Apple
gate country Tuesday to attend the fune
ral of Walter Offenbacher.
Will practice in all courts of the
Office on California street one
block south of the court house.
Praying and heavy
team work. Light
Prompt delivery to
all parts of the city
W. H I C K E L
Watches and clocks repairer!
promptly and all work guaran
Office opposite U. S. Hotel.
On the 25th of this month there will be Jacksonville,
a basket social given at the school house
on Foots creek, the proceeds to lie used
in repairing that building.
Mr. Gibson is making extensive im
provements on his property near the
Ward’s creek bridge. A fine new fence
besides some out buildings greatly help
JACKSONVILLE • • • •
TRANSFER W. R. Hawk,
A large number from here have been ! Jacksonville,
attending the union revival meetings by ’
Dr. Toy and Mr. Dixon at Grants Pass. '
Ro aso n a b!o
Society’s New 6ame.
New buildings; Well
equipped gymnasium; Am
ple an beautiful grounds;
Up to date training de
partment; Wholesome in
fluences morally and social
ly; Healthful surroundings:
Expenses nominal; Ciadu-
ates of this school com
mand from I45 to >«5
“Trail” has taken society by storm.
It is something new, something different.
and SURGEON “Trail” as the name implies, is found
ed on a popular hunting sport, is played
F. It. BOWEHSOX, M. !».
with fifty-three fine cards tn four colors,
representing a fox to 1* chased and
Office in Orth's Building.
Hours: 2 to 6 and 7 to If p. m.
caught, and four packs of hounds of
Oregon thirteen each.
“Trail” has constantly recurring inter
est for players as they perfect their play
ing from evening to evening, in marked
For Catalogue .Address
contrast to certain r< < ent boistrousgames
that bore the players at the end of an C. H. THOMAS
I....).., o< IK« Ro.rd or
With the one pack six other splendid,
B. F. MULKEY
new, copyright games can be played.
Educational games, and two games
of Fun, making it suitable for all mem
bers of a family.
A. E. Reames
C. L. Reames
“Trail” can be had of dealers or sent
It would have been incredible brutal
post-paid, 75c. gilt edge, plain 50c. ity if Chas. F. Lemberger, of Syracuse.
Rules for seven games free.
N. Y., had not done the best he could
for his suffering son. “My boy,” he
COMBINATION CARD GAME CO.
says, “ent a fearful gash over his eye,
A tlantic , G a .
so I applied Bucklen’s Arnica Salve,
Practice in all State and Federal courts.
which quickly healed it and saved his
Clothing cleaned, pressed and repaired eye.” Good for burns and ulcers too.
Office In Kahler Blk., Jacksonville.
at Furness the Clothier’s.
I‘or sale by J. W. Robinson.
I. H. Messner,
REAMES & REAMES