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About Jacksonville sentinel. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1903-1906 | View Entire Issue (May 22, 1903)
STEEL DAVENPORT LOUNGES
Clarence Galey and E. J. Mahan of
Ashland were ill this city several days
this week working in the interests of the
While Sewing Machine Co.
The digger squirrels will soon lie de
stroying crops. They can lx- readily de
stroyed with squirrel poison to lx- had at
the Citv Drug store, Jacksonville.
A full line always on hand of
D. IL Miller, county treasurer, gives
notice that there are funds on hand to
pay all county warrants protested from
Nov. 10, 11100, to April 6, llMlI, both dates
inclusive. Interest on the same closed
George Hamilton ami Harland Swager-
ty have each purchased a team and wag
Call and see my Stock.
on ami they will in a short time go to
Woodville where they will haul lumber
for the summer from a saw mill on Evans
i creek to that place.
Mr. and Mrs. Olis Krause, who have
been residing in Oakland for some time
! past, returned to Jacksonville Sunday
evening to visit relatives after which
they will go to Klamath Falls, where
Mr. Krause will go into business.
That a Photographic Portrait is far more enduring
Miss Lizzie Hoover, of the Jacksonville
millinery parlors, s|x-nt last Sunday
visiting with friends in Medford ami
with her parents who reside a mile north
of that place. Some time during the day
A BEALL PORTRAIT
Miss Hoover lost her gold watch from
her purse. The party returning it to her
Zs something you can hand down to posterity with
will receive a liberal reward.
Fred Prill, who lately arrived from
an easy conscience. They are tasty, they are neat
Germany ami who is a brother of Billy
they have that distinction found only in high
I’uhl, Jacksonville's barber, has gone to
class city work.
Applegate to work up a road that Geo.
Neulx-r is building up Squaw creek to
his mine. Mr. Puhi can not sjxak Eng
lish at all an<l he t<x>k this job with Mr.
road builders so as to be with
Americans so as to more quickly learn
3 Mile* Northeast of JacKsonville
Miss Ella Hoover went to Medford
last Sunday expecting to take charge of
her mother’s house while the latter went
on a visit to a sister in Texas, but Mon
day Mrs. Hoover received a telegram
stating that her sister had decided to
Come to Oregon. Owing to this change
in her sisters plans Mrs. Hoover will not
make her trill and Miss Ella will return
in alxuit 10 days to her place in the Jack
sonville millinery parlors.
40 inch mount vernon draper duck,
wagon cover duck. fiO inch black enamel
carriage duck for sale at Nunati’s, Jack
Ashland capitalists are branching out
with their investments and a company
composed of D. B. Provost, L. L. Mulit,
J. L. Fenton and T. E. Hills has lieen
organized in that city to put in a nation
Seven Big Tents, a circus in every tent. The Pacific and Oriental
al bank at Condon, the county scat of
Carnival Co., the largest in the world. Balioon ascension and parachute
Gilliam county. Condon is at present
jump. Crowning of the Queen of Carnival. Mammoth street parades.
without banking facilities, and taring a
Grand display of Japanese Day fireworks, the greatest exhibition of day
growing town in the midst of a great
fireworks ever witnessed in the Northwest. Baby show. Public wedding.
grain and stock district, offers good in
Worlds championship contest in quoits. Base ba il games for #200 purse.
ducements to a liatik.
Athletic sports of all kinds.
A five-stamp mil) and considerable other
machinery has been installed al the Bow
den quartz mine, of the Gold Hill district.
This property, which has been mined in
a desultory way for several years past,
and which has produced many fortunes
as a "pocket proposition,” has been mak
ing rapid progress during the past year
under the efficient management of the
Bowden Gold Mining Company, of Los
Angles. They have run a number of tun
nels and shafts and exposed a fine ore
body. The new mill will be set to work
S owell S melter A lmost R eady — smelter that is to be installed with the
at once anil kept in continued operation.
The big smelter out at the Sowell copper completion of the Oregon & Pacific.
Yreka city authorities will shortly let mines in the Waldo district is to be
the contract to put in a gravity water "blown in" and started up in the course S outhern P acific H elps on S treet
system for that city. Tile pipe line will of a few days. These mines are owned W ork — The S. P. Co. is placing from
lie three miles long extending from the by the Mountain View Copper Conipauy. four to five cars of gravel per day here
headworks in a canyon back of the town They were discovered and developed to a now, and the city has men busy filling
to a reservoir. Though the water supply considerable extent by Sowell Brothers, in and grading near the depot. At this
is not so very large it is expected that but something overa vearago they were rate it will only take a short time for the
with a large reservoir for storage pur purchased by the Mountain View Com necessary amount to be placed and the
poses that there will lie ample water for pany. These people went industriously towns eyesore will then be removed.—
all th«'needs of the city. In addition to to work developing the mines and remov Gold Hill News.
affording a good supply of pure water, ing ore. As a result they now have
the new water system will have a big enough rich copper ore on the dump to
Mr. Janies Buckley, George Buckley
pressure, which will give better fire pro keep the new smelter in operation con and Miles Cantrail were in Jacksonville
tection than the town has heretofore tinuously. The ledges have been iqiened Saturday.
to a good depth and carry excellent values
Lost, a gold watch. Finder will re
II. F. Brickley left Wednesday for the in copper, aside from very fair values in ceive a lilieral reward by returning it to
Applegate copper district with an outfit gold. In fact, much of the ore carries Miss Lizzie Hoover, Jacksonville.
of tools and grub to take up the work of enough gold to |>ay for the cost of min
Judge Silas J. Dav went to Grants
developing a copper claim lie has recent- ing and smelting it. The question of
; lv located on Squaw creek. Mr. Brick- transportation, which has long puzzled Pass Sunday anil returned Monday to at
■ ley's claim is in the vicinity of the famous and retarded the progress of this as w’ell tend to some business matters in that
1---* is ..t
up as other copper mines of the Waldo dis city.
such rich pro»|>ects, and he has every trict, they hope to have settled this
All talk and no liargains will not at
reason to believe that his claim will be summer by the construction of the Ore tract many people. Neither will all
equally as valuable.
The ledge upon gon & Pacific Railroad, which line will bargains and no talk make many under
which he has located his claim is 30 feet |>ass directly through the center of the stand to what extent those who want
wide and the surface indications are Waldo district. The Waldo Smelting & good things can lie satisfied It takes a
U. K. Knbli of Applegate spent Sun quite as good as those were of the other Mining Company are preparing* to put man with bargain judgment to run a
day in Jacksonville.
mines in that district. Mr. Brickley will their mines to work at an early date. A store and a man with advertising judg
Ed. and John Wilkinson of Medford spend about a month on this trip to his large force of men will lie employed, re ment to push the goods after they are in
moving ore, making ready for the large the store.
were in town Sunday.
J. W. ROBINSON
The latest thing in the Bed and
Lounge line. Come and inspect.
. also take orders for
Harness and Saddles
T. C. NORRIS
Have You Realized
J. H. Messner,
The WAYSIDE STUDIO
W. Ü. W. ! GRANTS PASS
Hurrah for GRANTS PASS
grand street fair and CARNIVAL
JUNE 117, 18, 19, 20,---------
FOUR DAYS OF EXCITEMENT!
COME PREPARED TO BE SURPRISED!
MUSIC! MUSIC! EVERYWHERE!
Grants Pass, June 17, 18,19, 20.