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About Jacksonville sentinel. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1903-1906 | View Entire Issue (July 3, 1903)
Down About Woodvilli*.
i on Grave Creek, after spending carnival
K Mr. mui Mr». V. W. Birdseye vi»ite<l wc/k at Grants Pas», returned to Foot*
Crc< k Friday.
rtl itivih in Gold Hill Sunday.
Work continue* on the big dredger
I Burn In Woodville, June III, 11103, to
dam about two mile* from the mouth of
M r. und Mr». Fret! Witt, u won.
Nearly all the timlier
■ Mr». <1. I’. Runsail it very ill nt her work is done and the work of »craping
boine in Woodville, with n»thma.
will begin nooii .
I 1 high Stevens of the Greenback mine
C. A. Chirk of Woodville has been
H< <r i'liu■ r, wa» hi Woodville Sunday.
grant« d a raise in hi* pension, frotn six
I bn d—I ii Foot» Creek precinct, June dollars to eight dolin'* per month. Mrs.
11*. 11X13. Lui» Silverton, aged about 7ft i C. S. Birdseye ba» also been granted a
ye * ■■».
1 tH iisioii. her htiMbaml, 1). N. Birdseye,
■ Mr*. John Hair was called to Granta h iving served in the Rogue River Indian
I'., i on< day lately by the *ickne»< of j War.
rel.< live» in that place.
Married- Near Grants Pass. June 24,
■Th< ihil.lrcn of Mr. an*! Mr». Janie* )1»i3, Loren Adam» of Woodville pre
Evan* are m riously »ick with a very. cinct ami Miss Belle be A rm on of Grant*
Fa»» by the Rev.J. A. Slover of Ashland.
uia ignant form of meaalea.
BTI iom ' who attended the carnival at The groom who is an employee of the
both Grant* I’us» mid Asli bind, from Ryan Hart Mme on
tBi» vicinity, report a much la tter time mar Wrxalville. will return to that
|M>*ition together with hi» wife', after a
at tin- latter.
short wedding trip.
M udge < »wring* of Wrxalville and
Je*** Findley of Grunt* Pa»» goto Cote*
Poorman» Creek Item».
Calif-, today (Friday) to visit friend* for
Ankeny of Sterling was in
Nina Robinwon, who for the j*i*t ■
Henry Schnilier ami J. F. Trusty went
several week» h i«, la-en in Grant» Fa»»,
the Sterling mine Sunday.
ha» returned and i» reaiding with her »la
Jacob Buck lice of Griffin creek re
ter, Mr». W. Hiatt.
Hr. mid Mr». R. O. Gale of Jackson turned to Poorman'« creek Tuesday.
John Margrciter, the pioneer farmer,
ville visited on Birdseye Creek Saturday
ami Sumluy, the guest* of Mr». Gale’» »pent Saturday in Jacksonville purchas
grain!mother, Mr». C. S. Birdseye.
Canby Buck of Jacksonville paiuied
Anna Norton ami Edith Caley, former
residents of Woodville, but at present through Poorman’»creek Sunday enroute
from Central Point. visited in Wtxxlville to Sterling.
the la»» of the week the guest of Mattel
Rolx-rt Ray and Bert Bostw ick of Ruch
«pent Sunday afternoon on Poorman'»
Roy Evan» who for the j»ast »evcral creek fishing.
months ha» been at the Grceiitmck Mme
Viola bunfor-’ am! Ixrtia Hooks of
Jacksonville s|xnt a few hours on Poor
man's creek Sunday afternoon.
Mi»» Inez Kitchin, who has been teach
ing the Poorman’« creek school, returned
to her home in Ashland Friday.
Herman ami Edd King ami Arthur
Steven» from the mill s|»eiit Saturday
night and Sunday in Jacksonville.
Jas. Cantrall, road supervisor, who has
been putting the roads, in condition re
turned to his home on Little Applegate
Miss Anna Margrciter returned to her
home Sunday from Jacksonville where
| »he has been dreesmaking with Mrs. B.
i Little George Margrciter met with
i quite a serious accident Monday, by fall-
' mg from a porch and badly dislocating
' one of his ankles.
Walter Hoag and Art. Poe of Medford
ami Mias Emma Kassahafer of Jackson
ville said helio to their many friends on
Poorman’» creek Sunday evening.
Leggings and Miners’
Shoes of the best maKes
General Merchandise Store
MEDFORD SHOE SHOP
Fim- Shoe Work and Repairing
Work for Jacksonville patrons
received by morning train ami
finished to be returned on the
Shop on I street, opp. S. P. Depot.
First-class Groceries our Specialty.
W. L. ORR &, CO.
Wm. Puhi, Prop.
Three Fine Chair»
Two fine Bathrooms with the
best tubs cleanest towels, etc.
You will always find the 1»est
of rich, flaky icecream in my
store, LEMONADE that is
Young People, Old People
and All the People
W. Coulter CHRIS ULRICH
Store the best of
M c D aniels
Will find at the
Stationery, Cigars and To
COR. ORECON AND CALIFORNIA bacco. Fine Billiard Parlor
Miller at the Postoffice hardware store
carries all kinds of miners tools and
supplies and his supplies and prices are
No matter how dirty we can clean them.
pairs and press your clothing in the latest style, Ladies
skirts ami jackets made to look like new. We call for
and deliver promptly.
T emperance R evival A t E agle
P oint —But a few months ago Eagle
Point was a storm center in the liquor
business ami now the temperance people
arc having their innings to the serious
depletion of the followers of Bacchus.
Last Sunday Mrs. Helen I). Harford of
Newperv, president of the Oregon State
W. C. T. U. was in Eagle Point ami con
ducted a series of meetings which were CARRIAGE,
largely attended ami which were the
means of adding 3K memliers to the
Eagle Point Union making its member
ship 51. Among those taking the pledge
ana putting on the white ribbon are
I Jerry Heckathorn and James Baker,
First-class work guaranteed and
j Monday Mrs. Harford came to Medford,
at prices that are right.
accompanied by Mrs. J. A Jonas,
! president of the local Union, ami Mrs.
A. II. Peachy, Mrs. Alice Cook, Mrs. A.
M, Thomas ami Mrs. Metta Martin
where she addressed a meeting held by
the Medford Union.
Steam . . .
From the finest Ladies wear to the heaviest
Loggers’ shoes at a price that will meet all
J. R. Lucky ® Geo. Bingenheltner,
Jacksonville Agency at Loarnod's Boss Confectionery
H inkv WENDT, Driver—Leaves Jacksonville
daily except Sunday at 7 a. m.. arriving at Ap
plegate at 11 a tn Leave Applegate at II.bar
riving at Jacksonville at 3 p. tn. Close connection
made with stage to Steamboat and stage to Kubli
JACKSONVILLE COPPER MINES STAGE.
j mix R W ilson , Driver Leaves Jacksonville
at 7 a in Mondays, Wednesdays anil Fridays for
Ruch, Uniontown, Purcel, Watkins and Joes Bar.
returning on the following days.
and general repair
work done promptly
and at a reasonable
M odoc R eturn to O regon —Chas.
Hood, a Modoc Indian, and family, with
seven others, arrived in the city Tuesday
from Indian Territory where they were
removed bv the government, at the close
of the Modoc war. This is the first of the
7 th St. Shop
migration of the Modoc» to their old
hunting grounds, but many more are ex
pected to arrive soon, as they hope to
Home-cooked meals, 25 cents at Mrs.
have their children participate in the
allotment of the lands on the Klamath Flory’s in the brick boarding house
reservation—Klamath Falls Republican. | second block north of the Court House.
E. S. WOLFER