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About Jacksonville sentinel. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1903-1906 | View Entire Issue (July 31, 1903)
Sew* from (inmilmr Springs.
A. II. Salim, ir->h canie in Monday
«veiling from Ins i.im li on Little Apple
g ii< .uni ri m lined over mini Tuesday
morning, when he left for his home vs 11h
a load of giMxls that lie is to pick over
the nioitnlanis to the J.u ksoiiville i olons
now i imping at ( inii il.ar Springs.
S illm.irsh maki s t wo to threi trips a week
to the Springs taking in |»issang< rs and
freight, lie says the trail is very good
at present anil easy to ride ovi r, the
Lull« s making the rule of 22 miles « asili
hi a dai
J hi snow is all gone from the
divide and there Is fine grass at all the
calllpillg plant s.
At th« Springs the weather is tielight
ftlllvcool ami the Jacks' nvilh* contln
gent art eiiiovllig life to the fullest ex
Mr. Saltmarsh rc|»>>ts that Mr.
Nunan is getting as brown ami rnggt-d
as a ptosjteetor. Cat>t. Kubll is gaming
in health rapidly ami mmg the mineral
water of tin- springs to inhale in his
nostrils his catarrh is not so troublesome
to linn as It was. ami lie eXIMTts to fully
rega n Ills In allli
llarri l.uv, Kola it
Armstrong, Arthur Baxter ami
iSIlatkel i Coo|>er have a camp fitted
with all modem con Veil e llias, us they
sav of In ti Is and arc gr< wing fat. sa*sv,
and brown. Mr I i |s< h ai d Lis little
Lois uri g< ttn g along well and th« Is.«
who is tl «■ inv.dnl is gaming in strength
Mt and Mis. Ivan Hiiniasi n, if M< dford.
urv gift ng thiimcliis a < < n.f< rti I !«■
«alm livid up at th« < ini at ar mine a-
« toss th« < feck from the hot« 1. tin «list
Leggings and Miners’
Shoes of the best makes
General Merchandise Store
MEDFORD SHOE SHOP
Fim- Sime Work ami Rcpaiiing
Work for Jacksonville patrons
received by morning train and
finished to la- returned on the
Shop on I street, opp. S. P. Depot.
Racvcles, Ramblers and
other standard bicycles.
Repairs made to bicycles
sewing machines, guns
and all kinds of small
^¡^fhat is it
Proportionate in price that has given you more
lasting satisfaction than
JI Fine Portrait
The pleasure derived from most possessions is temjxirary
but a jx>rtrait is a human document and is often the only
means by which you are rememlrered.
BEALL makes 'em at the
The WAYSIDE «STUDIO
3 Miles Northeast of Jacksonville
Notice is h< rebv given that the County
Superintendent of Jackson County will
hold the regular examination of appli
cants for - tatc and county |Ki]x-rs at Jack
sonville, as follows:
W hite & T rowbridce
ink sTATK PAPERS.
Commencing \\ lalm siiav, Aug. 12. at
nine o'clock a. m.. ami continuing until
Saturday, Aug. 15, at four o'clock.
spelling, algebra, ri admg, school law .
Thursday -Written Arithmetic, theory
of teaching, grammar, Look kc< ping,
physics, civil government.
Friday Ph) iology,
mental arithmetic «<>m |x>sit ion. physical
Saturday- Botany, plane geometry,
general history. 1 nglish literature, psy -
THE BIG LAND AGENTS
M E D FO R D. - O REGO N_
We have the largest and best list in Southern Oregon 01
Fruit, Alfalfa, Dairy and Stock Lands, Timber Lands,
Mining Bargains and Town Property.
FOR COI S TV PAPERS.
Comment ing Wednesday Aug. 12. at
nine o'dock a tn., ami continuing until
Frida), Aug. I I, at four o'clock.
SI-.« 0X1» 1X11 Tlllkli
Sewing Machines, Lime, Cement
Wednesday- Penmanship, history, or
thography, r< .««ling.
Jhursdai —Wtittcn arithmetic, theory
of teaching, grammar, school law.
1-rid.iv —< ,eography. mental arithmetic
physiology . civil government.
We buy wool and mohair.
The IOWA ....
. . LUMBER COMPANY
v, arithmetic, reading.
Thursday Art of questioning, theory
of teaching, methods, physiology.
P. H DAILY,
Cotmtv S< hool Su|x rintendent.
So Pity Shown.
“For years fate was after me contin
uously” writes F. A. Gulledge, Verbene,
Ala. " I had a terrible case of Piles caus- '
mg 21 tumors. \\ hen all failed Bucken's
Arnica Salve cure«l me. Eipiallv g«x>d
ami all aches ami pains.
Only 25c at City Drug Store.
Prune growers Hold Meeting.
Th«- Willamette Yalley Prune Associat
ion hel«l an lmjHirtant meeting in Salem
last Saturday afternoon. Beside a large
attendance of th«- membership of the as
sociation then- were « numlx-rof delegates
from Linn. L ine. Douglas, Benton, Polk
and Yamhill Counties, ami from Van
couver, Wash., ami the meeting was a
most enthusiastic on«-.
The principal subject under discussion
by the meeting was the organization of
associations in all the districts repre-
m nted at the meeting, all of which were
to be under otic secretary so as to avoid
competition as between tile fruit-growing
districts of the Pacific Northwest, ami
to eliminate the probabilities of one dis
trict underselling the others. This plan
was discussed at considerable length and
rec« iveil the unanimous approval of die
Tile price of primes for this year yvas
fixed upon a basis of 2’4 cents per |x>timl
for four sizes.
117// fill an order promptly for one board ora
million feet of lumber. Rough and dressed lum
ber, mouldings, door and window frames and
casings, dimension timbers—everything com
plete furnished for a house, barn, bridge or any
other wooden structure.
Our dressed Lumber is equal in quality and finish to
any on the Pacific Coast
Shipments by car to any point in the United
States promptly made. Highest market price
paid for lumber from any mill in Southern
August Toepper, who since last fall has
been working on Williams Cree k, arrived
m Jacksonville Monday to spend a week
with his old friends ami to look up some
pro|x-ry interests that lie has here.
No matter how dirty we can clean them.
Mr. Adatn Schmidt, known locally as
Papa Schmidt, left Monday for Or« gon
City, ii delegate for Oregonian P«>cahon-
tis Trilie No. I of Redmen, which con
vened in Oregon City, Tuesday.
A number of frit nds of Mr. and Mrs.
William Puhi gathered at their home
Monday evening to celebrate Mr. Puhi's
birthday. The gathering was a surprise
to Mr. and Mrs. Puhi but they were equal
to the occasion and made an enjoyable
time for their guests. Music, games and
dancing were the chief amusements,
supplemented by a well appreciated
lent hers f lamination.
I IK ST,
am e being about a quart« r of a mile in a
dir* < t line. Mr. Ifnmasoti and Mr. Con-
gill ar< getting their claim ofu ned up
ami it is vi ry piomismg ami they feel
certain that it will la- one of the rich
< liillabar mines of th«- Coast. Tim hotel
a« l ominoila' ions ar«
quite good this
season. Mr. ami Mrs. Imnkm making
« veil «(fort to make their guests com
fortable ami < ont' iited
<>n his way out Saturday from the
Springs.Mr. Saltmarsh tsisseil Walter
and Robert l r«shour and herd« rs with
a Land of nearly ton « attic bringing th« in
np into the Sisk 11oils w In r<- they alr« adi
hai< a band on the summer range.
1 In- cattle la-long to the bovs father ami
their um 1« . Joseph F. breshourand Ex-
sin riff Marian Lreshour of Yreka.
Saltmarsh states that the cattle in the
mountains look fine ami the grass is
pairs ami press your clothing in the latest style.
skirts and jackets made to look like new.
and deliver promptly.
We call for
J. R. Lucky a Geo. Bingenheimer,
Jacksonville Agency at Learned’s Boss Confectionery
L. B. Warner, of Medford, who is one
of thebest hustlers in Southern Oregon at
selling fruit tries, was in Jacksonville
E. R. Vicov was in Jacksonville Mon
day from Forest Creek. Mr. Yicoy has
a ptacer mine on th it stream, which
yielded him a good cleanup this spring.
During the summer Mr. Yicov take life
easy, having rented his farm to W. T.
Bostwick, resting up ready for the
strenuous life of a miner next winter.