Jacksonville sentinel. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1903-1906, July 17, 1903, Image 1

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JACKSONVILLE
V
SENTINEL
JaclUonville, JacK»on County, Oregon. Friday, July 17, 1903
Vol. 1
but Dr. Robinson thinks it is |»>s«il»l«
that he may g i n his health, Mr. Blatt
l adies and
*
is one of the )»iom < rs of Oregon am! has
Is
«
n
a
miner
by
trade
ami
had
all
the
No pr< -.«< liiug service» will I m * held nt
ii)»« mid downs of a miners life, Imt he
Gentlemen’s
the M. J. « hureh next Sunday.
hail I h - cii fairly su< cc»sful mid has a com­
Iferfxrt llanna went to Grunts Pass petency laid up.
II«' has no family.
Wrdncsdav evening to retnuin until Silt-
Word
has
I
m en rei civi <1 from Jtwlge
urdav on a visit with friend».
II inna that lie will probably adjourn
SI m L wimm I for »ale bv the Iowa Lumlicr circuit court at Grants Pass on Saturday
oiii)mv ut their nidi for '■»> «cuts per of this wet k
Th«-d«M*kct is very short
C
load uml it tin tr luuilwr yard for fl ,<-r and the few crininal cases up for hearing
load.
.
.
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were quickly dl»|*»»«*<l of by District
Booth’! Ideal Kids
Stacy Adams’ $5.00 Corona
A
Nl M. Gault, manager ot tile Medford Attorney A. F. R« am« », who by getting
bi»
evidence»
in
•«•
convin<
ingly
got
each
Machine Shop. w
in Jacksonville this,
Patents
Fitdav overhauling the gasoline engine id the tlirt-i aceuM-d js-rson» to pl« ««I
guilty, and Judge Hanna at once | ms ««-<I
nt S I* I»< Rol.aitin'» |Hiniping »tution.
senten«*«*» upon th« m; John Knupp for
Tei is, camp stoves «ml camping uten­ |xtinting a gun st another | m r»«»n was
$3.50, $4 and $5
sil« ut Boyden's lianlwure «tore, Mad* given a fine <»f F-1’ ami co»t; M. M
t..rd
2t
R1« hard for house breaking was given
Now that Rev S II. Jone* has returned two years in the penitentiary and A. B.
ifi
«r «trvicc« by him will 1« resumed Iw for stealing a Im vcle «»tie year in
tin* penitentiary. Itoth Jmlge Hanna
at the I’n »bvterian church. There will
ami
District Attorney Rritiics are ex-
la- a rv>> i Snmlav evening at •* o’«'«a*k to
viInch he extends a cordial invitation to pected home tin» Saturday.
all to alt« ml.
Ja* k««»nville Lmlgr No. 10 I. <>. O. F.,
John Spiker, a Montana mining man will hold an installation <»f officer« this
Saturday evening. The work will he un-
who is inter« »lad in the Apph gate i*»»ptx*r
•listru t, < aine in fr«an Watkins Tucwlny •ler the «barge of Di»trict l»eputy F. M.
Wilson of M««Word «ml those to I m - in­
t<> r« ina.n alioul a week in Ja> ksoinille
stall« «1 arc John lluffer. Jr.. N. (»., Eu­
when lie will again rvturn to hi» claim«
gene Thompson, V. G.; Silas J. Day, I
UWBMMNBSWMS USWB
on Squaw crick.
treasurer, .«ml S. I*. I n -R o I mhihi , srere* |
Prospector», cau>|a*r«. iimla-rlaml crui« tary. Following the installation a light
er» will find our sl«M'k of »tuple and lunch will hr srrved.
Monday evening
The elevt nth annual assembly of the as I xk Angleles and had a most delightful
fancy gr«» cries «pi tc complete, ami the R c I m kalis will hold their installation. '
South« m < >reg«»n Chautauqu i Association trip. Thursday evening a reception was
i>ric« s al way «tlie lowest at Numin’s, Jack- which will Is- <x>n«!tK'te«l by Mrs. Mam* |
I m gan NVe«1m «day at Ashland mid will gi.xen Rev. and Mrs. Jones in the lecture
■onville.
line I»<«x. district <!e|»uty. The «»ffievrs lie in »• »»ion until Friday of next week. room of the Presbyterian church that was
Mr ami Mr«. Samuil VanD'kc and to l*e in>tal!e<l will l»c Mr«. Alice Ulrich, Those attending from Jacksonville re­ very largely attended by members of
noble grind; Mrs. Fran«*«« Wilson, vice port th«- assembly fully up to the former Rev. Jones' church and by the citizens
ilnldr* n of I’lncnix |s««s««l through Jack*
•onville Friday morning on their way to grand; Mi«» F.nima Helms, finan« isl sec­ sears in fact in some respects it is the in general of Jacksonville. It was a most
Little Applegate win re ibex will «{» ml a retary and Mrs. Mammir l»<>« recording b» «t yet hcl«t by the Association. Were happy event and shows the appreciation
few «lav« at the h<>mc of Mr, ami Mr». Mi rrtarv. Tlic R< t«rkah« t«ai will have transportation facilities lartter there in which Rev. Jones is held in this town
a lunch following thrtr
installation wouhl la* a large attendance from Jack­ as well as the cordial and hospitable feel­
Arthur Klcinhamm* r.
work.
sonville and vicinity.
The railroa«l ing, with which strangers are made wel­
Mr«. C (»rater of Hilt. Cal.. visited
time
lor
the
afternoon
north
bound train come to Jacksonville. The Sentinel,
Clarence llafer suj» nntcmlcnt of th«
Jack»» nville on business Thiir«dav ami
leave» Ashland before the afternoon without meaning to flatte., can say that
sawmill
ol
the
Iowa
Lumlwr
C<nn|sinv,
Friday ol tin» week. Mr». Grater i« in
■cssion closes, while to attend the eve­ Mrs. Jones made a most favorable im­
charge of the lsM««luig house ol the llllt will Icavv Sumlay l«»r a three weeks trip ■
ning «c«»ion on«- ha» to remain in Ash­ pression by her grace and attainments
to
his
home
st
Council
lUuff«.
Iowa.
Mr.
I
l.nmla-r cotnpitiv. which i«con«lucte«l bv
land until 4 o’clock the next morning ami Rev. Jones is held by his Jackson­
Haler
will
H"
bv
way
of
San
I
ran«
iwx«,
,
the Mee Bros., six mile« from Cole», Cal. <
when- hr will stop l«»r a couple of «lays | I m fore a train goes north, To drive ville friends to lx* a very fortunate man
W. I., william« a former Jacksonville on l»u»ine«» for In» <-oni|Mnv.
During to Ashland in a vehicle is more of a in securing her for a life coui{>anion.
hoy i« here on a short business trip con­ hi« al»«rncr hi« l»rothcr, F.«lgar llafer, task than most I a «»pie care to undertake A reception committee composed of Mrs.
tnj> J. W. Robinson. Mrs. Gus Newbury.
ini <» ««I the roiiml
nected with the estate of hi» mother, the suprnnt« n«!cnt of the company's planing f<>r the
lat< Mrs Moral. Mr. Williams now re mill, will have charge of tn«* entire plant through the stifling «lust of a Jackson Mrs. John F. Miller and Miss Sutton saw
that Mrs. Jones was made known to
<>f the com|«tnv, «»n Augu«t 1st then- Cpunty road is enough to choke the en
wili l«e a meeting at thecominny's hea«l- thus:.<sin of the most ardent Cbautauciuen those attending, and they also made it
quarters in Council Rhitfs of th e stock- Were the road« more macadamize«! *<» a |M>int to see that there was not a dull
holders of the low i Luinl«cr Company, that there would he no dust, or were mom«.nt during the entire evening for
nt which time it will lie <lcci«le«l a« to there train» at seasonable hours, there all present and right well did they suc­
what will t>c done in regard to putting would In* a large number of Jacksonville ceed for it was truly a time of mirth and
Fruit was served by
in
a new wiwmill here.
While nothing people attcml the Chautauqua each day. good feeling.
a t-osiHon to Imi «*n tilling » contract i«>r
Lerma
Ulrich,
Mary
Colvig and Clara
a laiilding of any kind. They can snpfdy definite I* known a« to the plan« of the
Rev. S II. Jones and his bride arrived Elmer ami the young ladies were kept
company
vet
it
i«
almo«t
certain
that
on short notice the la st quality of «va
in Jacksonville Tuesday from the wedding busy the entire evening for their punch
som-d dress« <| lumlicr, mouldings, tunieil tlieir ucw mill will la* built in Jackson- tour in California. Tliev went as far south was delicious and refreshing.
work, casings, dopr an«l window frames, ville and along »wle the railroad track.
Jacksonville will be well represented
lath »ml dimension timlwr* of any site.
at the Grand Lodges of Workmen and
Car loads a «|sn ialty.
the I »egret* of Honor which meet in Port­
Clifton McArthur of Portland arrived
land next Tuesday. The delegation from
in Jacksonville Thursday to *|x*n«l a cou­
hen- which will leave Sunday will l>e
ple of «lav» with hisrotiMU, Mr». John S.
made up of Mr. and Mrs. Colvig. Mr. ami
Orth, aft« r which In will go to Stirling
Mrs. C. I.. Reantes. Mrs. Arthur Haney *
to visit at the home of hi« uncle, Hon.
ami Adam Schmidt. Mrs. Haney goes as
II. H. Ankeny. Mr McArthur I» one «»I
delegate to the Ix-gree of Honor grand
the bright voting Journalist* «»f the »late
lodge and Mr. Schmidt and Reames as
and Ison the Oregonian «tati.
delegate to the A. O. U. W. grand lodge.
Mr. ami Mrs. Colvig are each officers in
Cha«. Ihmfonl. who i» the hustling
the grand lodges of the two orders. Mr.
drayman for Ja« k »onville, ha» h««l *•>
Colvig being chairman of the judiciary
much w«»rk «»flere«l. especially outside
committee
of the Workmen and Mrs.
Mc«lf«>rd
hauling to the country »ml to
SI
per Dot
Hnlf pillions
Colvig living grand chief of ceremonies
that he has decided to put on another
1 (Hf ••
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in the Degree of Honor.
fjmirts
team, which will l>e lian«lle«l by hi* son.
Mr. ami Mrs. Reuben Robinson returned
Charles. Monday Mr. Ihinfor«! went to
Pints
Monday from their bridal trip and that
Medford and lanight a fine heavy wagon
Porcclnin lined Jnr
through
I». T. Ijiwton of Mitchell,
evening tliev were given'a serenade by
tin ir friends to whom icecream and
Lewis A* Slav« r Company. II«* ha« «»nr
caps
25 “
cigars were served.
For the present
extra horse ami lie will buy another orn­
Mr. and Mrs. Robinson'will be at home*
ai on« e ami lie fitted up for all the haul­
at the Taylor House.
ing that come» hi» way.
A new :>'2xll Haiti wagon, never used
Rn«ine<o with the Jacksonville Livery
but to haul eight loads of lumber, and
Stable has shown the same increase that
paint not even scratched. Sold at a liar­
business in all other lines in Jacksonville
gain.
Stored at Jacksonville Livery
li.«-. cspeHenccd an«l While Ge® N»
Stable. Inquire of G eo . L ewis .
Lewis llic proprietor ha« a very complete
line of rigs vet he fonivi nee«l for more
I he Coming [ vent.
and he has lately added another buggy,
Chautauqua
at Ashland, July I ’» 24.
hack .«ml a heavy wagon to his ontfit.
Eleventh year; Great speakers—Senator
Mr. Lewi« has one of the b«-«t equipp'd
1 »oliver. Congressman Champ Clark.
livery stable in Southern Oregon, and
Germaine, the magician, and others.
his driving teams can I m * dcpen«le«l on as
Fine schools; better and better; reduced
go« rs an«l to get there in less than ii time
rates on R. R.
Come and bring “the
and a half, and not keep one oil the roa«l
Prices ftlwai •s f/ic lowest,
folks."
Write
Secretarv.
at a freight team puce.
•
G. F. B illings .
Joseph Blatt is quite sick nt his home
oti south Oregon street with dropsy mid
Box factors foreman Wanted.
Thursday his distress hviimv so great
An
ex|x*rienced
man is wanted to take
that Dr. Robinson drew from him about
the foremauship of the new Jacksonville
it gallon ami a hai* of fluid, which great­
box factory.
ly rcleivcil him. As Mr. Blatt isTHyems
I owa L umber C ompany .
old his age is rather against his recovery,
LOCAL
NOTES.
Swell Shoes
A?
X
V
Perfect Fitters
and Long
For Ladies
A:
k
No. IO
in plain
toes are very stylish.
Wearers
For Gentlemen
are very nifty.
Crossett’s
Shoes that make life’s
walk easy are all made with Over Weight, White Oak
Soles. World beaters for Style and Durability.
TAYLER T he
Medford,
Mason’s Fruit Jars
Caps and Rubbers
•
Special Prices on Large Lots
Large assortment of Crockery, Glassware,
Wood and Wil low ware.
NUN AN , JacKson ville
FITTER
Oregon
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