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JacKionville, JucK*on County, Oregon. Friday, Jcxly 31, 1903.
Super inli-ndml'« Annual Report.
I In pdlow Illg loll ss llopsis of tile all
lilial it |w rt of ili* school» of I ack son
Counts maile lis Su|ierintendeiit I*. II
Palis to the Stat« Su|«er illlelldcnt J . II.
A< kenn. hi :
( HSsl S.
No ]-< r-oii» la Issi vii ages of I to Jll
s I i * t ii'iding in < «aiuti , mal' .
' I !■' h male.
No pupil» marki <l "R” on legist er
male liilO, ft male liisii ................ 333.5
No pupil« marked "E” on registi r
male 2d. fi male 121........................
No pupils In -tween I and 2o s< ir»
Oil reg., mile IK54, Iemale I Kni.. 37l<»
No I I pupils uniti r il vrs on r< gis
ti r. mali 2*i. (liliali 32............ ..
Tl. SI III Ms
( lose of ( luiut(luqmi
The Chautauqua Assembly closed at
Ashland last Friday evening. In attend
ance, r< < cipls and cxci Hence of program
tt far exceede'l any pr« violi» assembly
In Id in the city. W ith this season the
Chautauqua Association is free of debt
alld It I» now III such a pisitioli accord
in.- Io tin st ale nielli of President Billings
that tin- ass« mbly for n< xt year will lx-
(•ven la tter than that of tills year.
At tlu annii.il business Mr. G. F.
Billings was re < lia ted pr< sclent this be-
mg the tenth y< ar that he has lieeli givi n
that merited honor, for he Ila-. Ix-en the
main fai lor in tin- building up the Chau
lampi.I t .S K'lation all'l of the sue. ess of
its i. .«-mblii s. Serre arv T. A. Haves
Itld Treasurer F. IE Carter were also re
di lid to tln-ir respective office».
following is the full list of officers as
dia t< d for tin- ensuing year:
G.l- Billings Pr« sub nt.
F. fl. t art r, Tri usurer.
T A I Ian s, S i ri tar v.
No trai In rs emplosi d duriiig vear,
in o' I!' li mah I ‘.’o
No holding s-.it« ceitiii« ti or dj
plomas, mali II limale 37............
No holding |st gta<!< 11 rtiln ates,
VII I PR I.SIIiESTs.
mah- 5, fi anale 13
No holding 2lid giade, male I fe
II. C. Kinney, (»rants Pass.
If < <, di i . Roseburg.
No holding 3id g.e'le, HI il- 2. le
A < irter, ( »old Hili.
111 le 17
Mrs. Ila lie Johnson. Medford.
3i holding I limati grille cernii
J. D. < liwa 11,1 entrai P «il ’
< iti s, f< male
< '»us Newbury Jacksoi
io holding jx-rmit« >, fi lli lie................
Mis. p. Rojier. Pho ir
o holding ci rt. ot1 Ills! ItUte litten-
dan« c in yr, male 2»'i, fi in.lb- «<1..
I. I .\A illits. K lam itii
ii ti ii hers t.«k mg all i-dlic.it local
J. O. AA dlit -, Lakci
journal, male 2»i. fi male 74.----
Lillian Julien, A r« k
ATTI.Mi X NCR.
I .E.M-.R M, TH I ST I .
rMdls I m
< n 1 mid 2U vrs
J. R. Norris, Ehm r Patrick, D. H.
not util tiding am school, male
Jatksoii. G. AA . Trefreii, 11. 1.. AA lilted.
«21, teina.e lini ..................................
KI.SoMIS ITIUS VI. TRI STEES.
No attending outside of «olili'I.
tn.de 02» I« in de (Mi .........
Mis A. F. Eddy. Baptist.
Mrs. D. E Hyiic, Presbyterian.
Whole No das salts tldalii'i ili sr 34«Ht»l •«
Asslags- dally atti lldauci- ............. 2435*4
Pud Holmes Congregational.
Mrs. J. I,. Downing, Methodist Epis
si Iss l.l.l. s s l ui s.
No organized di*tru ts in county ...
No disti ict» reporting.........................
A.s-r.igcd N>> mos ptiblir school
tallgllt III s r
No h gal voti r for ss'llool putp<--es
in toni lime of rejairl ............ .
Mrs. E A Shi rw in. Episcopal,
11. 1. M> AViiliains. Catholic.
Mrs Lucinda < laniard. Christian.
Dr. D. M. Brower, Duukard.
Roque Riser t ruitqrowers I nion.
Tin regular meeting for July of the
I otiti No Cooks oli liaitd
4<k»i Rogue River Fiuitgrowers Union was
Total No Iwtoks I oiight in s r .......... L5OO hel<i at Medford last Satnrdav. Owing
to the absetici ot Pr« sident Bennett and
A’ice-President Meider, Rev. J. Mirley
No of teachers employed mali
t< male 10
11 was made tcmjior.iry chairman. There
wi re about thirty fruitili« n pr< s nt and a
No pupils enrolled; male 15, fe
male «5 .............
1 < a > live interest tn the work of the Union
No private* liools...........................
.■secretare Norcross read the bids for
lioxcs that had la-cit received from the
1 INANC1 X 1. ST XTI.MI ST
Ashland and (»raids Pass box factories
Cash on hand July P.*(2 ........... »i;5|ti lu and alter c< iisidering the two bids the
Union voted to accept th it of the Ash
Rl-A Hl PTS.
Re« «1 fr Co tri as, «list tax............ PG3,.i 02 1 land tutori and Stcrvtari N’orcros» wa»
authorized to place an order for a car
R< < d fr Co treas, co school fund.. 2P.tD .50 1
load of boxes at once, which arc to be
Rec«l from rate Bills and tuition... 121 25
7715 351 delivered at Medford freight prc|>aid.
Rc««l tr Co trias, state fumi..
(>th« r shipments of boxes are t<> 1x‘ at
Reed Ir sale. Iionds an«l warrants.
tin same price alld to lx- delivered at alii
Re« <1 tor librare fund....................
in th« Rogue River valley freight
Reed lor insurance, not losses . 3000
pre|iaid. A contract was placed with the
Reid fr all othi r sources.............
Pacitic P.i|ier Compalix of Portland for a
carload of fruit and box piijx-r. Horccc
Nicholson of Mt «iforil was awanlcd the
IHSHI RSHMI NTS.
contract of supplying the Union with .50
I’d teachers wages............................. 35303 31 kegs of I h » x nails. More nails will lx- re
I’d, rent of rixillis ami site..........
2 B.5 quired but a later onler will lx- placed.
Pc, fuel and school supplies ....... -loll) '.IB
(tn a unanimous motion secretary AA’.
Pd, repairs ami improvident»..... .«.«ii 25 II Norc ross was made business manager
Pd, prin ami mt «in bonds ami
of the Union to conduct all buy ing and
warrants.......................................... 4'.«»7 '.»3 selling of fruit and to attend to all oilier
1 .SO 00 transactions of the Union, lie is to be
P«l, clerks salari............................. 712 85 paid a monthly salary to be fixed by the
35 tf.» I board of directors.
Pd. librari biMiks .............................
P«l for all other |>ur|»oscs.............. 2302 44
A rate of 7 |x-r cent was fixed on all
sales to lx- made bi file Union to defray
Total.............................................. I«I32 ii« the ex|<*iis< sof handling. Should these
Cash on hand July 1003................. 11503 thl charges not amount to that much the
balance at the close of the season is to
la- returned to the fruitmen. The Ash
Estimated value of schoolhouses
land Association l.i't year made a levy of
and grounds................................... 83210 (HI . H-t |x-r cent mid was able to return 4 per
Estimated value of school furni
cent of it.
ture and apparatus....................... 1 1527 <M>
Tile date for tile Fruitgrowers conven
Amt insurance on schoolhouses
tion at Ja ksonville was changed from
and other property....................... 40070 00 August 15 to Saturday, September 5.
Average monthly salarv of male
The Union adjourned to meet again in
Medford <ui tlu- last Saturday in August
Average salary female teachers... 37 50 ' at 2 o’clock p. m.
Average number of mills levied as dis
trict tax. < .005«.
4 or Sale.
Three new mowers mid one rake for
sale, cash or trade.
Going out of the
Two fine store rooms, each 25x80 feet business anil will sell eheaji.
in White-Thomas brick block, Medford,
C hris U lrich , Jacksonville.
New, well furnished rooms,
with a big wars house in the rear. Apply
Surprise- egg whips, best on the mar
to AA bite it Trowbridge.
ket at Boy den’s hardware store, Medford.
teams and on»- saddle horse.
has 27 horses that are hardly enough for
needed rest and if the industrial growth
Jersv cow, fresh and flue milker, for of Jacksonville continues so that there
is a < ertainty to the towns future pros-
■ale P.nquin of J.F. Miller.
jx-rity Mr. Lewis will add not less than
George Hoffman is assisting County naif a dozen teams to his barn this
Assessor AA’ilbur Jom-s in making up the winter to lx: ready for the greater busi
a* a ssinent rolls.
ness of next snmmt-r.
Mrs. AA’ui. M. Colvig arrived home Fri
District Attonerv A. E. Reatnes and
day fr «m kock Point, where she had Mrs Reames r< turned Thursday from a
stop|«ed on her way from Portland, to trip to Waldo. They went by way of
s | h nd the week with her mother, Mrs. (»rants Pass going by private conveyance
and had Mr and Mis. (7. C. Howland as
Mrs. M ugly and her daughter, Miss their guests. The trip was partially for
Morita, AAisley Kahler and Dr. Geo. an outing and jiartiall v for business, as
Kahler will leave Monday for an outing Mr. Reames is the two-third owner in a
at Wagner Springs. Mr Wesley K ihler placer mine on the Illinois river. Mr.
is steadily regaining his health from his Kearnes is having a tubular elevation put
late illness and he hiqxrsthat the outing in a’ his mine which enable them to reach
b< d rock to lx-tter advantage. The clean
will fully restore his strength.
up was very satisfactory this spring and
Miss Josephine Orth will arrive home with the better facilities that they will
Sumlai mori.ing from an extended visit have for handling the gravel, they exj«ect
in San Francisco. Accompanying Miss abetter output this next season. They
Orth will lx- Mrs. Arthur Baxter, of that have a fine head of water of 3700 inches.
i iry , who comes for a visit with Jackson
ville friends and to join her husband,
I he Bl ue I edqe Deal Oil.
who is taking an outing al Cinnabar
F. Reddv, who holds the claims
on the Blue Ledge copjxrr claims, an
•liss Susie Brooks, a daughter of the nounces tha* his deal with Mr. Clark is
late E. C. Brooks, was in Jacksonville off for the present. Mr. Clark in releas
Thursday on a short visit to her step ing the property gave Dr. Reddy to un
mother, Mrs. E. C. Brooks.
Miss derstand that it was not because he con
Brooks resides in Massachusetts and is sidered it worthless that he declined to
on a visit to this coast. She is at present buy it but it was for another reason that
sl ipping in Ashland and on her visit she hl did not disclose. As it would Cost
was a< i oinpamed by Frank C. S.mpsoii oier |3,<)00-< iii < i to put in a smelter it is
and Miss AA'innifrcd Bolton, of that city. thought that Mr. Clark feared that he
Charles Basye returned AA’idnesdav could not raise the money as the recent
from Missouri Fiat, lie cutting short his crash in stocks on the New A'ork market
visit as his broken leg made it impossible h is mule the raising of money by L-onds
for him to travel als/ut as he expected a little uncertain.
Th«- camp has Been discontinued and
and sitting ar mill in a country home
the men except the few packing up
got to be too monotonuos for him. He
had though a very pleas mt trip and he the diamond drill n 1 the camp equip
feels much better and lie thinks that his ment have come out to Jacksonville.
Supt. Harvy is expected to reach Jack
leg is improving in goixl sha|«.
sonville Saturday with 'he teams bring
Owen Keegan is taking a months ing 'll drill plan'., which will probably
va< itton fiom his duties a» janitor at the be shipjied back toS'nkaiie.
court house and Monday he went to
House for Rent.
Tollman Springs, where hi- will camp
and enjoy life in the woods.
A four room house with or without
years gone by Mr. Keegan w is a noted stable. Apply to P. J. Ryan, Jackson
hunter and a fronti*. rsmati and each ville, (fregon.
y ear he takes a hunting trip.
Box factors foreman Wanted.
with him Clifford
Harry Lewis and the boys took with
An experienced man is wanted to take
thim guns, ammunition and fishing the foremanship of the new Jacksonville
tackle in plenty and will have a good box factory.
time quite certainly.
I owa L i mber C ompany .
The |>ayroll has brought life back to
Jacksonville. There is plentv of proof
Three years George ago Lewis
could not secure business enough for
his livery st.ibl to keep work for four
Marriage licenses have been granted
by the county clerk this week to Frank
C. Simpson and AA’innifred M. Bolton,
and to Guert L. McCall and Katie
1 low ird.
of Summer Hats
Your pick from the
window display of
Crash and Straw
Hats for 25 cents
THE NUNAN-TAYLOR CO