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About Jacksonville sentinel. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1903-1906 | View Entire Issue (May 22, 1903)
Memorial services will lie held at the
M. E. church in Central Point next Sun-
at 11 a. m. under the auspices of the G.
George Lewis was in Medford Satur A. R. post of that place. The sermon
j will lie delivered by Rev. E. It. I.ock-
Arthur Lewis spent Sunday in Med hart and the public is cordially invited
I to attend the services.
Mr. C. P. Briggs left Thursday for
Clay Thompson visited Medfonl Sat
I Everett, Washington, to make an ex-
Has now come and you are doubtless in
tended visit with her parents after which
Donald Colvig spent Wednesday in j | she
will go to Lew iston, Idaho, for a visit
need of many things with which to replace
with Mr. Briggs’ jxirents.
Ed. Howard of Medford was in this expects to be absent the greater part of,
old and worn out furnishings.
: the summer, but Mr. Briggs will remain
O. Harbough tarried in Medford a few I in Jacksonville, his duties as pharmacist
l in the Citv Drug Store making it quite im-
Funeral notices printed on short notice . possible for him to spend his time away,
, though he hopes later in the summer io
at the Sentinel office.
I make b brief visit to his parents.
George Birdseye spent a few hours in
Wedding stationery, the latest out, at
‘ »he Sentinel office.
Canby Buch is visiting his friends and .
Mrs. Silas J. Day left last Sunday for a
relatives in Jacksonville.
j visit with Portland friends and she may !
T. J. Kenney spent a few hours in
decide to remain in that city and attend
Medford Monday morning.
the meeting. June 17th, of the Oregon
Rose Buckley of Applegate is visiting Pioneers. Mrs. I>ay is an Oregon native
her friends of Jacksonville.
I daughter, her father being Rev. John W.
Charles Pursell of Applegate was in I | McGee, who took up a claim on Rogue j
town on business Saturday.
river in 1K53 near the present Bj la c
Harry Helms anil Mart Finney spent bridge, but he was driven off by the Ind
ians and he returned to the Willamette
Sunday evening in Medford.
Valley, and in after years he moved to
And all seasonable articles for the renova
H. Donaldson Shelbv is visiting friends
Walla Walla where he now resides. At
at Jacksonville and Sterling.
the close of the Indian war. Rev. McGee’s
tion of your dwellings. Inquire at
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Reames spent Fri- claim was taken up bv John B. Risley
day and Saturday in Gold Hill.
and at nresent
present it is owned by
Miss Effie Davis of Medford spent Dickinson. At the time that Rev. Mc-
took up his claim he was operating a
Saturday evening iu Jacksonville.
. at • which
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Stitckinson of Med Krtst mill at Salem,
ford were in Jacksonville Sunday.
sided. In the interims of mill«
ing business he did missionarv work in
, of . t Tolowaa
: n Jackson-
(>f the M K E
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ville Sunday to attend the ball game.
;in(, perserverance for
Miss Rose Buckley is spending this early missionaries were noted,
week with Emma Ulrich of this place.
Mr. and Mrs. Court Hall of Medford
were Jacksonville visitors last Sunday.
By a successful combination of brilliant Young People,
Oscar Lewis and Jack Eaton took a playing, good luck and lusty rooting
trip to the copper mine during the week. Jacksonville succeeded in all but scoring
and All the People
Mr. Thockmartin and daughter Ina, j a shut out on Ashland last Sunday after
of Ruch, were Medford visitors Satur noon on their home grounds. The day
was a great one for l»al 1 players, and it
was unfortunate that there was not a
Will find at the
Misses Elsie Reames and Mollie Towne larger crowd in attendance for the game
of Phoenix visited in Jacksonville, Sun was one of the neatest combats ever
waged by strictly amateur talent on the
Charlie Rose, of Ashland, was a busi Jacksonville grounds.
/ Imre on hand a full line
ness visitor in Jacksonville Saturday and
Game was called promptly at 2
Store the Isst of
household and kitchen
o’clock with K. K. Kubli as umpire,
G. F. Billings and J. H. Downing of Jacksonville at the bat and Capt. Hatha
Ashland, were business visitors in this way energetically pacing the side-lines
and his eye on every move of his men.
city on Monday.
Jack Aitken, jf the Ashland round Fast ball was played from the start.
I do funeral directing and
house force, was in town Saturday at Donegan, the local pitcher, was in good
tending to business.
undertaking as a special
I than did Robley the hits off his slants
Jas. Erwin, who has been staying in resulted only in little fly balls popped
Jacksonville for some time, returned to out to the fielders who were generally
his work on Star Gulch.
there. Robley did good work in the box
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Manning of Ash but was poorly assisted. Jacksonville,
land spent Saturday night with relatives however, played good l*all all around,
living near Jacksonville.
and though a few bad errors were made,
Stationery, Cigars and To
M. McKenzie, who has been in the adroit base stealing and some fine work
northwestern part of the state, returned
bacco. Fine Billiard Parlor
: easy one.
to Jacksonville, Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Tod Cameron left for I Ashland
Portland Sunday to attend the dedica Miller............
tion of the Masonic Temple.
HOUSE CLEANING TIME
from ! Marksbury ...
County Treasurer J. T. Taylor of Jose '
phine county has issued a call for war
rants protested to January, 1897.
Miss Beulah Hazel came over
Medford Tuesday to spend several days I Score:
with her friend, Miss Lizzie Hoover.
A $7000 Stock
of Household Furniture
Jacksonville................. 0—0—<>-1—0-2—0-1-1 5
Willie Dereboatn, who has been work 'Ashland ........................ 0—0—0—0-0-0—0—0—1 1
ing in Klamath county for the past
month, returned home Monday even
The two nurses of Medford, Mrs.
Farranswortli and Miss Eisenhart, were
in Jacksonville, Sunday, at the ball
Messrs. P. S. Provost and F. S. Engle
and Misses Kathryne Million and Mar
garet Bucknail of Ashland visited with
Jacksonville friends last Sunday.
The co-operative telephone line that
the fanners in the vicinity of Forest
Grove are putting up is expected to be
ready for service by the first of June.
Wednesday,s game at Ashland proved
' a Waterloo for the local team. Jackson-
j ville’s line up was practically the same
i as in Sundays game, while Ashland was
materially strengthened by the placing
of Engle on first and Pool on second
base. Game was called in the presence
of a good crowd. Donegan had not ex
pected to pitch, and was suddenly placed
in the box without any preparatory
warming up and as a consequence Ash
land's first five men up scored four tal
lies and right there won the game before
Donegan's twirler conld steam up for
business. After the first inning the game
settled down to hard playing on both
sides, though Ashland was steady enough
to retain the lead throughout.
Evangelist Holmes and Prof, and Mrs.
Webb, who conducted the revival meet
ings last winter in the big tent at Med
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ford, are now holding evangelistic ser Jacksonville
Ashland......................... I 0 0 0 0 2 2 0
vices at Hood River.
The Medford baseball nine suffered de
J. W. Willeke, who was foreman under feat at the hands of Gold Hill team last
G. L. Schermerhorn on the construction Sunday on the grounds of the latter by a
work on the new plaining mill for the score of 11 to 3.
Iov.a Lumber Company, got his job com
Ixe Cranfil, Walter Walrad, Geo.
pleted Monday and that evening he re Hargadine, Grover Neil, Thos. Prathor,
turned to his home in Medford.
W. H. Mowat and Amos Nininger were
A. Gang sch has purchased the wood among the Ashland enthusiasts who at
en building adjoining the brick store tended Sundays game in this city.
building of T. J. Kenney’s of N. Lan-
The game next Sunday will lie between
gell of Medford.
Mr. Gangwisch will Grants Pass and the local team. It pro
put the building in good repair ami rent mises to be a hot contest and a good
it for some business purpose.
crowd is expected.
Assures an assortment and quality that will enable
buyers to find just what they want for the Parlor,
Library, Sittingroom, Bedroom, Diningroom and
Give us a call and let us ihow you our stock and
give you our prices
BOYD Q. CONKLIN
The House Furnishers 5
Union Livery Stables
Rigs on short notice for timber cruisers, com
mercial men, mining men, sawmill men, nil
kinds of men or parties. Horses fed nt rcn-
Geo. N. Lewis, Prop.,