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About Jacksonville sentinel. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1903-1906 | View Entire Issue (July 17, 1903)
4. Maqazine fur Busy People.
ALL KINDS SHOES
The Review of Reviews opens a new
" LOCAL NOTES. -
volume w ith a number that exhibits very
clearly the international scoiie of the
John F. White, the builders supply
m.iga/iue. The 'hocking end of the Obre- man of Medford, has received another
novitch dy nasty in Sei via is the invasion car of cement to add to his already large
of sonic interesting editorial comment on sti ck of cement shingles and other build
Frolli the finest Ladies wear t<> the heaviest
the | h »I Lies ot southeastern Europe; the ing material.
British tariff de! ate centering almut M.
Miss Malte! Mickey of Medford, began
t hamliertain’s proposals. esjiecially in its | a two months term of school in the
lxarin< on Canadian trade relations, also Steamboat district on Monday of last
claims editorial attention; Mr. T. Steal week. Miss Mickey will have alxtut
makes a scathing exjxisure ot the plunder fifteen scholars.
ings and atrocities peqvtrated in the
District Attorney A. E. Reames is nt
Congo Free State for the profit and ag Grants Pass this week and will probably
First-class Groceries our Specialty
grandizement <»f Leopold, King of the lie there most of tn xt wick til alt* nd.nice
Belgiaiisanu his arraignment of that mon
arch is authenticated by the ]>ersonal ob <>n circuit court now living held in that
city by Judge Hanna.
servations of the Rev. W. Morrisson, an
Sunday George Lew is took a load of
American missionary in the Congo count
ry; a wholly attcrvnt kind of exi Imitation campers to the Steamlxxit con
is di scril ed by Joseph M. Rogers under Tin |>arty was composed of Will I
the title. The Americn Invasion of Ugin- Fred Fick. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. II
n.i—an account i f Yankee bridge-build and Mi's Dora Margreiter. Mr. 1
ing in the heart of the Dark Continent; took them as far as Will Shirk's |
this year’s remarkable migration of who took them to the end of the w
European people to the new world is the road up Thompson creek. From that I
subject of a well-informed article by jioint Dick Rock will take them by ;vick :
Samuel E. Moffett, and the recent work horses to their distillation in the foot- I
of the English. Scotch, German and hills of Grayback ridge. There is fine
Swedish Antarctic expeditions is effect hunting, fishing, and pure air by the j
ively summarized by Cyrus C. Adams. barrel, The party w ill lx- gone al>out 10
m Puhi, Prop
Among the distinctively American topics davs.
Hickel, the new Jacksonville
discussed in the same number are “The
Erie Canal—Its Past and Future,” by M. Jeweler, had considerable misgiving
M. Wilner; “ Forest Fires in the United when he located here as to whether he
States," by H. M. Suter; "The Recent could get enough work to keep him busy
Floods of the Middle West.” by Charles but clocks anil watches from Jackson
Three f ine Chairs
M. Harger; and “ 'Welfare Work' in a ville, Applegate and out in the valley
Great Industrial Plant,’ by John R. Com in the Mediord ami Central Point lo
mons. These subjects are all timely, and calities have been left with him until he
their treatment by the Review of Reviews now has to work nearly day and night to
get his orders out on time. Among the
writers is fresh and suggestive.
first j<4»s that Mr. Hickel received was
The first load of lumber from the new the big old family clock from the Beek Two fine Bathrooms with the
sawmill at Pursel was brought to Jack man home, and the big calendar clock
sonville Monday bv Chas. Pursel who ; in Governor Beekman’s bank, Isitli of best tubs cleanest towels, etc.
took it to the planing mill of the Iowa which
had become a little uncertain in
Lumber Compary. This is but the lie- their
efforts at time keeping, much to the
gin ring of a large lumber trade that will , disturbance of the Governor's peace of
come to Jacksonville from the Apple- mind,
for w ithout a c lleudar clock it is a
gate district by team now but at no dis- task
to the Governor and next to an im
tant day by railroad.
for us laymen to keep track
of the Sabbath here in Jacksonville.
You will always find the I «est
Surprise egg whips, best on the mar
of rich, flaky icecream in mv
ket at Boyden’s hardware store. Medford.
store, I.EMliNADE that is
Sargeant Dunlap has a relic in his
house that shows how fast improvements
have lieen made in the various con
veniences that we now look upon as
necessities. This relic is a sandbox such
as was in use by all writers at the time
The Best Home-cooked
the Sargeant was a boy for putting sand
Meal i.i Jacksonville, Eat
upon paper to dry the ink instead of
blotting paper, which at that time had
a meal and judtje for
not been invented. The sand was a fine
Young People, Old People
black sand and when a writer used the
sand box the sand, after it had gather
and All the People
ed up the superfluous ink, was carefully
shaken off the paper into a dish and
later on was washed ami placed back in
Will fin<| at the
the sandbox for further use. The sand
box that Sargeant Dunlap has is a
handsome affair and was turned out of
rosewood. It is about four inches high
Professional Carpet Weaver and works on the principal of a pepper
Store the Ijcst of
Has a new Flying Shuttle Loom
and is prepared to do strictly first-
ical Society for March, I'.MJfl, has just CARRIAGE,
class work on carpets ami rugs
been received. It is a valuable number.
OREGON Its contents are as follows. The editor,
Prof. F. G. Young, furnishes the leading
article on “The Lewis and Clark Centen
nial—The Occasion and Its Observance”;
First-class work guaranteed and
Alfred A. Cleveland, of Astoria, gives the
Educational History of the City by the
at J,rices that arc right.
Sea. “An Object Lesson in Paternalism,’’ |
by T. W. Davenport, indicates the source
to some extent, from whence the great
cartoonist—his son—gets some of his
Stationery, Cigars and To
mental characteristics. A Pioneer Lady of
Second Floor, Adkins Block,
1845—one of the company who came via
bacco. Fine Billiard Parlor
■ Meek s Cutoff—Mrs. C. M. Cartwright
W. E. Arant, superintendent of Crater
gives “Glimjises of Early’ Days in Lake Park, arrived here from the park
Oregon.” Geo. O. Goodall treats the Sunday, leaving on liis return Monday
Pic neer Settlements of“The Upper Cala- afternoon. He had suspended work on
pooia;” and under the head of ‘‘Docu improvements to the road on account of
Fine Photography a Specialty. ments’’ letters from Oregon to the home the deep snow, but exjiects to be able to
Special attention given to posing country are given, dated Nov. fl,1843, and resume within a week or ten days.
Feb. 19, 18-4»», resjiectively. All these fea
of children. Jill work guaran tures are of absorbing interest, and vital says the season is a month later than us
ual and that tourists will derive more
teed. Prices reasonable.
to every student of Oregon history.
pleasure from a trip to the lake by wait
ing until August. In the vicinity of the
lake land excised to the sun is bare, but
and general repair
in the tiinlierthe snow in places reaches
work donn promptly
a depth of ten feet. Mr Arant has bail
at a reasonable
thirteen men and three teams at work on
HENRY W. ORTr!, PROP
the old road in the park and la-sides
building a bridge forty-eight feet long,
has cut out of the wav of travel four of the
roughest lulls by providing new
ALL KINDS OF FRESH MEATS
routes. Teams now have an easy grade
up to within two miles of the lake.
:: WHOLESALE and RETAIL ::
Work on the new road will soon begin.
W. L. ORR &. CO
COR ORECON & CALIFORNIA STS
Mrs. A. L. PEACHEY
M c D aniels
ULRICH Ä GO
H. C. MACKEY
COR. ORECON AND CALIFORNIA
E. S. WOLFER
—K lamath F alls R rpublicam .
Special attention given to orders from a distance for
Mining Camps and Mills. Meats shipped promptly and in
firs t-cla ss condition.
7 th St. Shop
Three new mowers and one rake for
Home-cooked meala, 25 cents at Mrs.
sale, cash or trade. Going out of the
Flory’s in the brick boarding house
business and will sell cheap.
second block north of the Court House.
C hris U i . ricii , Jacksonville.