Jacksonville sentinel. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1903-1906, July 24, 1903, Image 1

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Jacksonville, Jackson County, Oregon. Friday, July 24» 1903
Vol. 1
No. 11
ami judging by the orc in sight it was a
cheap bargain at that price.
Owing to pre vious engagements pre­
There will la- regular service« Sunday venting President E. L. Smith, of the
evening ut the l‘r< »byterian church, State Board of Horticulture from la-ing
at which the public i* cordially invited pre-o iit at th<- fruit growe r* <onvi ntion
to aticitd.
I titat wa* to liave I m - cii held in Jackson­
l»*ie McCully, who for tile ville on August 15. th< meeting has bren
All the best makes of CAMERAS, including the
t resent is residing nt Eugene, came |>ost|*>m:d to Septemla-r and it will
home Sundav (04 a month* visit with her
Ja< ksorivillc relative* mu! friend*.
vcincmr of Mr. Smith an<! Prof. Cord ley
the thing to take on an outing trip.
Fred Fick, not'd a* bold hunter of big and Prof. Lake, who are also to la? .
game, t< turned from a week* trip to present. The- fruitmen are taking a strong
MOUNTS, and everything else that the profes­
Steamlxi.it bringing with him, as trophies interest 111 the meeting anil they will <io
sional or amateur photographer may require.
r>( •’ - . I i»e a «qjiirrcl« M'tilp and some t?-tirin') part to make it a succe»*, as
big fish yarn».
Billy Denitt and the will also the- Jacksonville progressive As-
other member* of the jmrty will la- home «ociation sec to it that the fruittm n ami
Special Orders Filled Promptly
their guest* are- made welcome to the
Mi»» Frances Morelock. who has been town ami every convenience that will as­
visiting her .ister, Mr*. Oris Crawford, sist in making the convrnti n a lea-ling
for th' pi*t two weeks, wdl leave for her Í. ctor in arousing a greater,interest in
home 111 Gobi Hill Saturday of this fruit raising in this locality.
week. Neat Mondav, Miss Morelock
Thursday morning ns Mr«. Fred Stur­
will join .1 party to go to Hybec Springs gis and her sister. Miss Lena Sullivan,
for a two wick* slay at that fine resort. were driving from their home on Forest
A. T Lundgren came in from W it-
Jacksonville one game, audit will take a
kilt» Tuesday to 1 ran^u't sotne biisines* limit* on the Applegate road thnr horse third game to decide the question of su­
connected with 11 deal he ha*in hand in
regard to some copper claim*.
Mr and rubbish by the roadside and ran
Will G. Steel of Portland, was in Med­
Lundgren sav1 that the pro*|iector* are
all greatly encouraged over the firn- t ro ■ave herself from injury, but Mr«. Stur- ford last Sunday arranging for the ex­
•(« tstliat arc showing
in the various g « um.iined in the cart ami tri« <1 to »top cursion that he will conduct to Crater
the hors«-, but the curt tipping over »he Lake in August. The party will lx- the
copj er claim* being w< rked.
was thrown out and dragged some dis­ largest that has ever visited the Lake
I * < oant, Coonuiaaioaet R. A. Cook
tance liefore her clothing tore loose from from Portland, and there will lx- in the
and Mr*. Cook, came up Friday from the cart. The horse soon broke loose party a large number of distinguished
Racycles, Ramblers and
Foot* Creek t<> visit their daughter r and I from the cart ami ran down the street to peopleainiong them Senators Mitchell
son in law Mrs. ami Mr. W. H. .Miller, n< ar Mr. Broad's place where it was ami Fulton. Crater Lake is certain to
other standard bicycles.
Jacksonville until caught by William Broad and Lawrence become one of the most popular scenic
ami will remain
Sundav. Mr. hi . •Mr*. Cook are Oregon Dutton. Mrs. Sturgi* was badly bruised Attractions in the United Stites, and Mr.
pioneersand have many friend*.111 Jack­ but m>t seriously hurt, ami the cart was Steel is doing a work in bringing this
Repairs made to bicycles
sonville who will lx- glad to meet them. but little damaged. It was a narrow es- great natural wonder to the attention of
sewing machines, guns
Geo. E. Neutier, Judge Prim and J. T. c.qx- for the ladies, but with some repairs .tourist* that should lie thoroughly ap­
and all kinds of small
Kenney, accompanied by Jus. P. Harvey to their cart they were able to return preciated by the people of Southern
Oregon, for this Crater Lake travel will
Mijx-rintemlcnt of the Blue I,< dgc copjx r 1 home.
claim* for Patrick Clark, left early Weil
The Jacksonville Ixiys went to Rose­ tie the means in the years to come of
in *d v morning for Sepiaw creek for a burg last Sunday morning and that af­ bringing to this section a great deal of
u< < ks out'* v 111 that noled fishing resort. ternoon they had a game of Iwiseball with money that will l>e »¡«-nt for supplies
As Med­
Inrideutiv it is reported that Mr. Harvey t ¡w Roselmrg lx»v« ilia' 1?—» a hot «-ne an«l other needs of travelers.
will take a look at tin* fine copper claims from first to last w ith honor* about even ford has the advantage over the other
that Mr. N< ulier and the other Jackson [ lx-tweeu the two teams, the »core stand- towns of the Yallev by having a roa <1 MEDFORD,
villc holders have develojicd on that i ing !• for Jacksonville to K for Roseburg. that is the nearest, and the best grade
st ream.
Each of the team* had in the last men ami the route having many scenic ami
E. A. Spaulding of Tacoma, who is the to Ire had from their home localities ami camping attractions, being along the fore! would I k - a very large factor in the
owner of a fine placer claim on Forest I the pla* ing was all that the most enthu­ Rogue River, that town should stir itself prospetity of that town.
Creek, is here looking up j*»*»ible min­ siastic fan could desire. As Grants Pas» to make it the lx-st outfitting points for
Mr. ami Mrs. Gus Newbury, were
ing venture». Accompli n ing Mr. Spauld­ j is claiming the championship of South­ tourists. The citizens of Medford should attending the Chautauqua for a part of
ing is J. R. Goble, of Brooklyn, N. Y.,
this week.
But who»<- present headquarters are at Ix-half of the Jacksonville team is ready of which should be to advertise Crater
Mrs. Mary Dox went to Ashland this
Tacoma, he teeing heavily interrated in to arrange for a game at any date that is Ulke, answer inquiries regarding the
< opjs-r |>ro| e-rtics.
The- two gentlemen agreeable to the Grants Pass team. As Lake and how to reach it, and assist Friday morning to attend the closing ex­
went to the- Applegate district tee take a to («rants Pas* right to the championship tourist parties in procuring supplies, ercises of the Chautauqua.
look at the- cop|xr paosjx-cts of that fnill- of Southern Oregon, it can hardly tie transportation, guides and camp help.
Mrs. William Campbell took Wilson’s
sustained by that town as there is now a By doing this a tourist travel, nuniper- stage Friday morning for the copper
oils M Ctiem.
tie between the two tow ns, Grants Pass ing thousands each season, could lx:
Ed Faucett. the Watkins jiostmaster having one game to their credit and built up, the benefit of which to Med- mines, w here she will join her husband
who is developing some fine claims he
ami hotel keeper, was in Jacksonville
has on Elliott creek.
last Saturday. Mr. Faucett stated that
p. J. Sullivan, a miner well known in
Mr. anil Mrs. E. Smith of Ruch were
this place, hail openeel up a copper ledge
in Jacksonville this Friday with a load
on the ridge min way between the Blue
of farm proeluce ami to buy supplies.
Ledg< anil the Cook and Green claims,
Mr. Smith is a pioneer ami took part in
that was show ing up in hue shape and
the Yakama Indian War. As yet he has
received no pension, but he expects to
gives promises »»f licing as rich i as the
Lest claim in that famous district.
secure it in the near future.
Faucett is greatly encouraged at the
H. Goodhart and son, George, finisheel
outlook for tin- Am
painting L. Neidertneytrs fine new
for everything imlii
house Monday ami Tuesday they began
mints will be made within the next
painting Mrs. Mary Millers cottage that
she recently put up on Tliirel street.
The Goodharts are first class painters
I.. F. Lozier a well known orchardist,’
and their work is a credit to their skill.
residing on the Medford road, was in
Jacksonville Thursday, with a load of fruit
W. C. Sparks who has the farthest place
Mr- Lozier in addition to the 14 acre or­
up Thompson creek, came to Jacksonville
e-hard on his home place ha* the- C. A.
this Friday for a loael of supplies. Mr.
Be aver ore-hard», w hich he bought this
Sparks says there are many campers up
spring, and the big orchard be longing to
in the hills beyond his place, where the
J. W. Thomas, which lie- has leased,
fishing and hunting are good and camp­
making him one of the large- fruitmen
ing places, the finest on Applegate to be
of the Valle y. As a prune grower he
ranks among the- largest ami he- will have
A meeting will be held next Wednes­
several car loads for shipment. Mr.
day evening at the City Hall for the
Lozier has a large- drver and in addition
purpose of organizing a board of trade.
to curing, his own fruit he dries for an­
It is expected that there will be a large
other orchardists.
attendance for it is to the interest of all
H. E. Foster of Grants, resident mana­
citizens of Jacksonville to help this or-
ger for the- Western Mines Company,
ganizatii 11. that it may lx.- made strong
has been in Jacksonville arranging for
enough to accomplish something in the
the- re sumption of work on the- Ore gon
upbuilding of this tow n.
Bell«- mine* on Forest creek. Friday Mr.
The death of Joseph Blatt took place
Foster and W. C. Kitto, their sti|x-rin-
Friday afternoon at his home on
this _____
te-nde-nt, left tor tile mine, Mr. Foste r to
Mr. Blatt has
South California street.
remain but a fe w days, while- Mr. Kitto
been ill for some time and as he was
remains and will at once have work be­
quite old his death was expected,
gun ge tting things in shape: for the erec
funeral will take place Saturday after­
tion of 11 five- stamp mill.
In about 30
noon at 4 o'clock. Mr. Blatt is a Ger-
days a force of me n will be put to work
man by birth and leaves no known rela­
on the- stamp mill ami getting out ore.
tives in this county. He was a miner and
The- Ore gon Belle gives promise of being
followed that occupation in Southern Or­
one-of the- big mines ot Southern Oregon
egon since the early '50s.
The present company paiel $10,000 for it
Headquarters for
Photographers’ Supplies
Riddance Sale
of Summer Hats
Your pick from the
window display of
Crash and Straw
Hats for 25 cents