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About Jacksonville sentinel. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1903-1906 | View Entire Issue (July 31, 1903)
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mid tiiiilx f clniiii* ttiadr
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REAMES \ REAMES
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1 lie tow n scales a roil ml bv tin Kar*-w sk I
estate broke down .Saturday ami Monday
a m w frame work was put in by H. W,
< .rum s ami Btdivar Hull.
Um. DeRobatim ami Hariv Hall left
fnesdavby stage for Klamath county
where they- will work for a couple of
months in the hay fields of that section.
Rev. 1-, B. Lockhart will hold services
Suii lav morning ami eve ning at th*- M.
E. church in this pi tee, 'J he public: ami
strangers es|x-eially a.e cordiall invited
Judge If. K. Hanna ami sons, Herlx-rt
ami L< an, left Tucs'lav for Kerbv, going
by private conveyame by wav of .Apple
gate. on a sh *rt outing
They * xjx-* ted
to I»*- back about .Sunday .
The fum r.d of Joseph Blatt, the old
<>eiman miner, whose death took place
in Ja< ksonviile last Friday, was held
Saturday aft* rmxiti at the City c* metery.
Bl re piest of the dec easeil th* re was no
public i-xcn i-a-s, S< rgeant iTiinlap mak
ing a short address, to tne few friend»
gathered alxinr th«- grave.
Postmaster J. F. Miller, Mavor Emil
Britt. Mrs Miller ami Miss Butt went to
Little Applegate Stimlav for all outing
• *nd hi * l* entlv to catch a few hundred
fish. The outing was a delightful success
and the fishing too would have lx * n a
success ha*l th«- |>arly not lx-en <i little
sh'-rt on ¡locket change, and farmer boys
<io not lisli for glory.
V I R* aim s. distru t attorney,
I st Jmliciai I »istri« t
S. S. Pent/, a Medford attorney, was
in Jacksonville Wedncsd <v on business
Jac. k «ont illc,
Ik-fore Judge Prun. Mr. Pent/ will leave
III about thre e- Weeks for Sall Francisco
on business Is-fore the I'nited St ites cir
cult court. Mr P<-ntz in company with
L. I. Jacobs assistant cashier in the Jack
I'llVHIA IAS ati<l M'KGI-.OS
Count) Bulk, r> turned last Saturday
Office in Orths llcuMing
troin an outing on l’p|x-r Big Butte creek
? to '» aik I 7 to M p ni
during which they had a
J »< Tcscinville
O r«-|* o »» time.
G. GALE, M. I)
NE WBU R V
Slaliwekrd for sale bv the Iowa Lumlx-r
Company at their mill for 50 cents ¡<-r
load and at th* ir lumber yard for *1 tx-r
attorm ; v AT LAW
Will practic« in all courts of the
lid Farnett drove in T iivm I av evening
from J< h s Bar. arriving here at midnight
f Mli* * on California street one
with a load of miners from the Blue
Id* ck south of the court house,
Ledge. Mr. Faiicett. who is himself the
owner of a niimlx r of line copper claims,
has not lost bis faith in the richness of
the- A|>ph g ite * *>p|i»-r «listricts just lx-
cause- Mr. Clark has turned the Blue ledge
He states that tile
JI W hl. I k
general opinion of the- mine rs of the
and clocks repaired
district is that the mines will vet prow
and all work guaran*
t<> lx- among the richest in the United
Some of the people qet
fooled, but most of them
don't lor they qo to the
H'/jcre f//c best and the
to he had in Jackson
ville can he gotten hv
pound or pail. 2 -Made
fresh each week and
guaranteed pure hv
I he Boss Candy Maker.
inch mount vernon drajier duck,
wagon cover duck, 50 inch blac k enamel
carriage cluck for sale- at Nunan-Tavlor
Henry Kubli, who has a big farm on
Applegate, is a farmer who carries out
the idea that tin- less bought and the
more sol<| the more prosperous a farmer
may Ix-comc. In tin- way of field, gard
en and or<diard )>ro<lucts he endeavors to
raise every thing that is required for
home use. hi rejwr.rs, that bad drain on
so manv farmers income, he reduces to
a minimum bv having ample storage
room for all his machinery ami tools,
allowing none to stand out in the weath-
IT. / Ami when rejeairs are nec essary he
does most of them
for he ■ to •
‘‘...... ’ himself,
good mechanic. He
I" has a shop with
go«k| tools ami a blacksmith
..................... I < outfit to-
gether with a lathe ami a drill,
thus able to do any ordinary job <af I re-
pairing that may be required,
stimtm r lie has added a feed mill to his
farm equipments. It is fitted with steel
grind* rs that are driven by an overshot
wheel by water from the big irrigation
'lite h that he has on his place.
water wheel also furnishes power to run
his lathe, drill, grindstone and other
machinery. By thus equipping his farm
Mr. Kubli is able to make c ertain that
his ex¡.emlitures do not exceed his re
ceipts am) he is reasonably certain of
making his farm a profitable investment.
A. 0. L. W. Grand todqe.
The 25th annual session of the Grand
Lodge. A. O, P. W.. of Oregon, conclud
ed its work on Friday July 24th. The
new plan of assessment rates, recently
ldo]'t<<] by the Supreme L'klge. was
thoroughly discusse«!, but after mature
i onsideration it w is *le*-m«-«l advisable to
¡ hi tporie action thereon at this time The
order is in a very healthy condition in
this jurisdiction, now numbering over
11 ,<MM) members, and having a net gun
of over 1«"x • during the |»ast year, l'he
following officers for the ensuing year
W.—Master workman, George
II. Durham, («rants Pass; foreman, F.
Here htold, Corvallis; overseer, W. J.
Clark. Gervais; recorder, Newton Clark.
Portland; receiver, R. L. Durham Port
land; guide, Philip Gevurtz, Portland;
inside watchman, \V. II. Werner, Albany
outside watchman, S. A. Rohr, Oregon
City; trustee, F. L- Coron, (»rants Pass;
Representitivez to the supreme lodge,
D. Solis Cohe n, Ralph Feeney and Wm
D< gree of Honor—Chief of honor. Mrs
Addi. Colvig. Jacksonville; lady of hon
or. Mrs. Sarah Fastabin l. Astoria; clref
of ceremonies, Mr». Hattie McCormick,
Marshfield: usher, Mrs. Hattie Mooney,
Jefferson, inside watch, Mrs. Hattiet
Davis. Tillamook; outer watch, Mrs.
Mattie- Smred, Heppner; recorder, Mrs.
Ollie Stephens, Portland; receiver, Mrs.
Man Randles, Portland; Representatives
to siqierior lodge, Mrs. Laura A. Smith,
Beker City. Mrs. Ollie Stephen* and Mrs.
Margaret Herrin, Portland.
Dr. David Walker was chosen grand
medical ex iininer, ami Wm. M. Colvig
was continue 1 on the law committee, his
associates for this year being John Pad
dock and P. II. D'Arcy. In the Degree
of Honor the election of Mrs. Colvig to
be gram! chie f of honor was a promotion,
she having held the past year the posi
tion of grand chier of ceretn >nies.
Mr. ami Mrs. lid. Hubert, William
D< mil ami Miss Dora Margreiter return
ed Sunday from the ir outing trip to the
(»rayback mountain district at the head
of 1 hornpson creek.
flic party rejxirt
a delightful time.
Hunting there was
none for there- appeared to be no <lct r
in the mountains but the streams were
teeming with fish so there- was no lack
1500 pound draft horses suitable for
of s|x>rt. The v state that the snow is hauling heavy freight.
Apply to Matt
from 5 to 15 feet deep on all the elepre ss- Calhoun, Phoenix, Oregon.
lolls on Graybac k an 1 water « verywhere
on the lower levels and grass in a-
SCHOOL DISTRICT BOND ELECTION.
Notice is In rebv given that ata meet
The st<x’k ordin nice for Jacksonville
ing of Sdnxd District No. 1 of Jackson
provides th it hog», sheep, stock, cattle,
county, Oregon, to lx- held at the Town
ami horses shall not run at large in the
stre e ts of the tow n at any hour, day or Hall in Jacksonville, Oregon, oil the 4th
night, but milk cows are ¡x-rmitted the day of August, PNl.’l, there will l>e sub-
mitteil to the legal voters of said district
freedom of the c ity during the- day, but
at night, from 9 p. m. to 5 a. m. they th«- qu«-sti«>n of contracting a l>omlc<l
must k*-< p off tin- streets,
For some debt of eight thousand, five hundred fifty
t «.s.’i.'iil.cMi) dollars for the purpose of pav
time- hogs have been oil the streets from
time to time to the serious damage of ing for a new sclnxd house now being
constructed in said district, the vote to
y ards and gardens and some of the cows
have not been heeding the hoodlum bell be bv ballot, upon which shall lx: the
yvords "Bonds—Yes" and the words
ns they should ami the "lowing herds"
have-not bun doing the "homeward “Bonds—No." Polls to be open at 1
coming" that they should, much to the o'clock p. in. and remain open until 4
disturbance of the jreaeeful slumbers of o'clock p. m.
By onter of til«1 Board of Directors of
sundry citizens and the ruin of flowers
’¡strict No. 1 of said Jackson
ami cabbage in enclosures to which the
gate was m>t securely fastened. The hot county. (Tregon.
Dated this 13th «lav of July, 1903.
weather proving a little enervating on
Gt'S N kwhi rv ,
the 24B pounds avoirdupois of the- citv
marshal that worthy official has been
taking some healthful exercise of late- be
getting Up sprinting stunts with these
obstreperous swine ami kine with the
Til«- iin*t«-rsiKii«-*t is tile duty appointed amt
citv |»ound as the stake boat, with the «pialitied
executor ot the estate Of Joseph Blatt,
result that the citv treasury is somewhat late of Jackson County, dec-eased. Persons hav
the ric her, ami midnight forays bv in ing claims against sai«T estate in- hereby notified
piesent them, with th«- pr«»per vouchers at
cpiisative cows, with a sequence of a in.in to
tached, to me or to my attorney. Will Colvig. at
in brief costume, rocks, clubs, cows, lacksonville. Oregon, within six months from
skinned chins and profanity, is a thing the date hereof
Dated Illis 1st day of August, HMli.
of the |> ist and now the midnight hour
Coi.vm It D chham ,
is left -‘todarkness and to me."
line always on
Fancy Soaps and
grade of CIGARS
Special attention given
J. W. ROBINSON M. D.
ÍP0 STOFF 1C?)
A fine line of Knives,
Razors, Etc., have just
lx-en received. Satisfac
Of all kinds found in a
Bamlxx> Poles. Lines,
Flies in great varieties.
JOHN F. MILLER
and a reasonable
price, my specialty
Highest price paid
for farm produce
The West Side Grocery
Praying and heavy
team work. Light
express t ra nsterred.
Prompt delivery to
all J tarts of the city