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About Jacksonville sentinel. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1903-1906 | View Entire Issue (July 10, 1903)
C R AS H
Down they go!
20 Per Cent Discount
Summer Shirt Waists
and all crash skirts
Bargains in All Other Summer Goods
H. B. NYE & CO.
self out of line with the majority of the
Democrats of Jackson county, ami to add
to his difficulties he made an unwarrant
ed, anarchistic attack upon President
Roosevelt, bringing upon himself the
wrath of all classes of citizens with the
result that he lost so much patronage
that he was forced to suspend his paper.
Mr. Mann hasgone to California to seek
I a new location, his wife remaining with
her relatives on Griffin creek for the time
being. There is a proltability that the
plant will l>e txiught up by some Demo
crats and re-established under another
Highest market price in cash paid for
wool. We have wool Iwgs, fleece twine,
sheep dip for sale. Nunan, Jacksonville.
James M. Matney of Central Point was
in Jacksonville Thunulav to sign up his
tiension vouchers before Judge Silas J.
Day, U. S. Commissioner. Mr. Matney
received this week his first remittance on
his (tension as an Indian War Veteran
ami he also receive«! a service allowance
of JUH S7. Mr M.itnet *U 1*4 Sergt. ill
Company G, Cant. Miles M. Alcorn. 2nd
Oregon Moutite«! Infantrv, being uius- '
tered in on October 10, 1855, and served
in the Rogue River Indian War until the
following year w hen he secure«! a leave
of absence ami returned to his home on
account of urgent private business.
Judge Dav also serve« I tn Capr. Alcorn’s
command serving as onlerlv sergeant,
and Wednewlay receive«! his pension and
service vouchers from the government
disbursing officer at San Francisco. Mr.
Matney tlmugh almost 82 tears old is
quite hearty and strong and drove his
own team from Central Point to Jackson
ville. He expects to leave next Mondav
for Klamath Palls on a two weeks visit
with his son, John H. Matney, who has
a stock ranch near that place. He will
lie accotnjwnie«! by Chas. Adams ami
family who go there to reside.
Miller at the P«*stotfice hardware store
carries all kinds of miners tools and
supplies and his supplies and prices are
Poorman Creek Items
B. C. Bostwich of Ruch was a recent
caller on the creek.
A. Wise was over from Griffin Creek
Tuesday on business.
Arthur Stevens and Ed. King spent
Friday afternoon in Medford.
Chas. Gutches of Griffin Creek called
on his many friends Thursday.
Geo Andrews from the Iowa Mill was
on Poorman Creek Monday afternoon.
John Bohl and family of Applegate vis
ited on Poorman Creek one day last
Chas. Adams and Dave Bruely of Poor
man Creek was in Jacksonville Friday
Lizzie Margreiter and brother John
were visiting friends in Medford Friday
R. F. Yocum and family spent the
Fourth at their former home on Poor
M. J. Donaldson-Selby of Sterling was
in Jacksonville Monday and also on
Mr. E. King with his son and daught
er spent Saturday ami Sunday at their
home in Medfora.
Mr. A. J. Stevens and family from
the mill spent a few days at their home
in Ashland last week.
Dave Jonas and wife of Runcorn pass-
e«l through Poorman Creek Friday en
route to Jacksonville.
Tims. Margreiter who is employed at
the Voorhies orchard spent Saturdav and
Sundav with home folks.
The picnic given on Poorman Creek
the Fourth was well attended ami enjoy -
ed bv all that were present.
Vai Haskins who is employed at the
mill took in the celebration at Palmer
Creek and reported a goo«l time.
H. C. Shearer am! family, Mr. Matoon
and daughter Agnes spent Saturday and
Sunday on Little Applegate fishing.
Adolph Schultz, a rustling young
fanner of the valley, spent Monday on
Poorman creek looking after his interest.
Box factory f oreman Wanted.
An experienced man is wanted to take
the foremanship of the new Jacksonville
I owa L umber C ompany .
Surprise egg whips, liest on the mar
ket at Boyden’s hardware store, Medford.
Calling cards, the latest in style and
printed so neatly as to resemble copper
plate work at the Sentinel office.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Colvig, Mr. and
Mrs. C. L. Reams and Mrs. B. Haney
will leave the 19th for Portland where
they attend the State grand lodge of the
A. O. U. \V. and the Degree of Honor.
No 15 No 11
No 12 No 16
11 «KÌ ............ Salem
5:50 ........... Roseburg
10 43 ............ Grants l'a««
11 36 ............ Central Point
12:55 ............ Ashland
5 10 ............ Sacramento ........... io so
San Francisco I.v 24:22
J. W. Hickel, Jacksonville'* jeweler
in arcuring considerable work anil he is
so incourged that he thinks he will make
a success of his venture here.
Elder M. Brownrigg, who has had
charge of the Christian church at Phoenix
has accepted a call to the Christian
church at Silverton, Oregon, and last
week he moved to that place ami Iwgau
work in his new field.
Soap from Ac up at the City Drug
Terry Brvne from Watkins was in Jack
sonville Thursday greeting his old-time
friends. Hr is a miner of 42 years rx-
Iierience in various jrarts of the West ami
ir thinks the Applegate cooper district
will vet prove to lie one of the richest in
the United States.
Janies Elliott and Phil Gleve went to
Little Applegate Wednesday on a fishing
trip of several days. Uncle Jimmie is
Senior Oracle of the Ancient and Hon
orable l’n varicators and during his ab
sence that oldest of Jacksonville socie
ties is having a recess from its daily ses
P. T. I Irish, one of the stenographers
in Reams \ Kearnes law office ami liook-
kceprr for the Jacksonville Gas Company
has l»een taking a lav-off from his duties
tor a couple of «lavs tills week, to enable
him to give more attention to the cutting
of a wisdom tooth. While considered by
hi* friends to I k * a pretty bright young
man. vet he anys that if he gets athlrd
wisdom in pn»|H>rtion to the uproar that
this one tiaith has created in Ins mental
faculties that wheiihe gets his three other
Hisliom teeth he will have all the wisdom
of a Solomon, or an alderman.
The Medion! Enquirer has cease«l pub
lication, leaving but three papers in tnat
town, the Democratic Times, the South
ern Oregonian and the Mail. Horace
Mann, the editor, while conducting the
Enquirer as a Democratic organ, got him
......... Talent .......................
Ticket» »old to all points in the United States
Sleeping car reservation» made on application
Freight house open« at S a m and close» at 4 20
W V. LIPPINCOTT. Agent.