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About Jacksonville sentinel. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1903-1906 | View Entire Issue (July 17, 1903)
X tine line of fancy toilet soaps just re
ceived at the City I’rug Store.
James Buckley hr led in from» his Ap
plegate ranch Thursoav a load of timotln
hay as fine as ever was cut from an Illi
nois me allow.
If you have any Timlwr land y ou want
to sell—See T. C Norris.
W. I.. Jackson earn« tn Wednesday
for a short vacation fre>m his work at the'
Ore Gr. tide mines on Curbtirv creek.
Mr. Jackson -ay- work is king rushed
at that mine and that they f.ill be piping
in a short time. Mr. Jackson will re
turn to the mine by Saturday's Apple
Mr. and Mrs. E. DeRobaum, superin
tendent anel matron respectively of the'
Ceeur.te Hospital, acceetlll illicel by their
elaughter. Ida, left Saturday for Evans
Creek for a visit of a couple of daysat
their son’s. John 1’vRoKoitn. Mr. 1H--
Roliaum took two teams with him and
will bring a lot of fence j osts for use on
Calling cards, the- late st in style- and
printed so neatly as to resemble copjwr-
plate work at the- Sentinel office.
J. Nunan, one of the- lest know n mer
chants of Southern Oregon, has slipped
away from the cares of his extensive
business, anel last Monday he left forCin-
naliar Springs, where he will sjiend six
weeks in taking a rest and in recuperat
ing his strength for another year’s work
in hi' store in Jacksonville. Mr. Nunan
was taken to tile Springs by Hird Salt
marsh of Applegate, who took him by
team to the end of the road on Little- Ap
plegate ami from there they made the re
maining 25 miles over the mountain trail
Highest market price in cash paid for
wool. We have wool Isigs, fleece twine,
sheep dip for sale. Nunan, Jacksonville.
Canned Fruit Never
.Spoils in the
B. II. Harris and T. C. Norris returned
Saturday from a trip to Big Butte creek
win re they had licen to look after some
farm property that Mr. Harris some
time since purchased of F. M. Tungate
through Mr. Norris’ real estate agency.
Mr. Harris, whoisarcccnturriv.il from
Ried City, Michigan, is occupying with
Ills wife ami three children a house on
Sixth ami D streets la-longing to the
Katewskt estate, and will not move to '
his farm until m the fall, as Mr. Tongate
has the Use for this sc isoii at close of i
which he will move to another piece of |
lam’ that he lately bought oil Butte
Jesse Huggins has sold his ranch of i
70 acres on Jack'son creek to John
Haught, who recently moved to this
place from Medford. Mr. Huggins had
10 acres cleared alltl a Comfortable home
on his place, but lie became tire«! of liv
ing alone out in the country and will
hereafter reside in Jacksonville.
Huggins is a Southern Oregon pioneer
veteran of the Civil War. lie serving
during the latter in the First Oregon In
fantry, being stationed most of the time
at Fort Klamath. Mr Haught will at
once take jMissession and will move his
family to liis farm on Saturday of this
Miller at the Postoffice hardware store
carries all kinds of miners t<x>ls and
supplies and his supplies and prices are
Arthur Baxter, one of the proprietors
of the No Percentage Drug Company,
the largest retail drug store in San
Francisco, arrived in Jacksonville Wed
nesday for his annual outing in Southern
Mr. Baxter was formerly a
traveling man for a wholesale drug
house and made Southern Oregon on his
circuit gaining here many friends who
are glad to greet him. While in Jack
sonville he is tile guest of Henry Orth.
Next Tuesday Mr. Baxter, Harry Luv
and Robert Armstrong will go to Cin
nabar Springs where they will s[>end a
month enjoying the many pleasures at
that mountain resort.
JACKSONVILLE, - OREGON
Table Linens, Napkins
Towels and Crashes
Also stamped and plain
linens for fancy work
QUALITIES THE BEST
PRICES THE LOWEST
Union Livery Stables
Rigs on short notice for timber cruisers, com
mercial men, mining men, sawmill men, all
kinds of men or parties. Horses fed at rea
Lost, a brooch pin with enameled set
ting in Jacksonville on the Fourth.
Finder leave at the Ssntinel office ami
No Jar on the mar
I)r. J. F. Reddy, who holds the Imnd
ket can equal it.
on the copper claims belonging to the
Easily sealed, never
Blue Ledge Copper Company, ami which
he has turned over to Patsy Clark, ami
Greene Adams, manager of the Blue
airtight, and sold at
Ledge Cop|x-r Company left last Thurs
bedrock prices. Of
day for Crescent City. As to the object
the hundreds of jars
of their visit that is not made public but
it is certainly not for an outing by the
we sold last year no
sad sea waves, and it is probable that
complaint has bet-n
more serious business is the incentive
made that the y
that takes them to the Coast.
broke easily or let
Hamilton, C««»j»r and McVeigh, tin-
other owners with Mr. Adams in the
the fruit spoil.
Blue Ledge, reside at Crescent City ami
Smith River it is probable that a deal is
on the tapis whereby Patrick Clark will
become the owner of the famotts Blue
Ledge. Mr. Clark is al present in San
TIN FRUIT CANS Francisco
vicinity and the next steamer
Handmade and soldered without
from Crescent City may bring him good
acid so fruit cannot be poisoned.
Three buggies and two wagons for
sale. Wagons almost new, buggies in
firstclass repair. At Geo. N. Lewis, liv
ery stable, Jacksonville.
Jay Wade, the cigar manufacturer from
Call and sec my Stock.
T. C. NORRIS
Saginaw , Michigan, who recently located
Or Egon with his family tn Jacksonville is so well
pleased with the town and the business
outlook of the place that lie has decided
to oj-en a cigar factory here. For the
pr< sent he has rented a room adjoining
Hickel's Jewelry shop and he is now
fitting it up for his use. Wednesday In-
had a shij ment of tobacco arrive from
the East and so soon as his bonds have
i been approve«! ami his license issued by
the United States revenue dej»artement
■ he will begin work, which he expects
Largest Stock of farm Machinery in South
I will lx.- the first of next week. Mr. Wade
Racycles, Ramblers and
j is a cigar maker of several years experi-
. ence and a young man w ho impresses
other standard bicycles.
one as having tne industry and business
Complete line of Vehicles, embracing farm
ability to make his venture a success. He
I conducted a small factory in the East
Repairs made to bicycles
and freight Wagons, Spring Wagons, Car
and built up a nice trade, but the larger
sewing machines, guns
' business possibilities of the West at
riages, Buggies, Etc.
tracted him to Oregon. Mr. Wade pro-
and all kinds of small
poses to make acigar that will meet with
Haying and Harvesting Machinery, Horse
the approval of smokers and lx- a salable
article with the trade. He does not ask
forks and Wire Hope.
patronage for his factory on philanthrop
ic grounds, but he does expect that
those handling cigars in Jacksonville will
give his cigars a trial, the selling being
OREGON left to the merits of the cigars, and on
that -core he has no fears for he intends
Miss Hoover is making a closing out to make an article equal to the best OU I
Nii k Diesch with hi-, sons Louie and
strayed or Stolen.
sale of her millinery goods. She has a the market. So s«r»n ns he gets his fac-1
N ih -1 left Monday for Cinnabar Spring*
tine stock of ribbons, feathers, velvets, tore well established Mr. Wade will etn- , A spotted black tuid white Lewellen where they will sjietid six weeks at that
buckles, laces, mulls, chiffons, etc, and ploy a traveling man ami have bis goo«ls setter. A liberal rewind will be paid for health r. sort. Bird Saltmarsh of Apple
hats trimmed and untrimmed that she is I introduced to the trade of Southern Ore- its return t<> the undersigned.
gate furnished the conveyance to take
I gon and other jxiints.
G hori . h E. Nij her .
selling out at cost.
them over the mountains.
Geo. N. Lewis, Prop.,
D. H. Miller
STEEL DAVENPORT LOUNGES
I he latest thing in the Bed and
Lounge line. Come and inspect.
I also take orders fur
Harness and Saddles
MITCHELL, LEWIS & STAVER CO
MEDFORD BRANCH I). T. LAWTON. Mgr.
A FULL LINE OF CENERAL SUPPLIES