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About Jacksonville sentinel. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1903-1906 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 7, 1903)
Phoenix I or al».
Hon. E l>. Foudray
Slitbwood in stove lengths £l.<Hi|xr load
at saw null- Iowa Lumber Co,
Section Foreman D. O’Toole returned
from Portland Tuesday.
Dr. Rolx-rts, who Inau good farm near
Miss Amy Caldwell, <>f Ashland, is
Flu mix, wa* in lacksonville Wednesday
with a load of |Hitat<H-s, which he »old at visiting friends here this week.
a good price.
Will Rolx-rt» has purchased the proper
Miss J< sej hili«' < »1 th arrived home Wed ty b< longing to S. P. Robbins in Phoenix.
iiesilav from S.m Ftuncisco, where she
Mi»» Lizzie Hoover, of Jacksonville,
had la-eit on an extended visit.
Aci-om »[■ent Tue»«lay and Wednesday in Phoe
jHitKint' Mi»« Orth was Mrs. Arthur Bax nix.
ter, of Sail Frail im ' o who will la-ii guest
D. Perroz.zi, of the Ashland creamery,
for a month of the Misses Orth.
was down hxiking up his interests Tues-
J. T. Ilut-kley, who recently purchased
th«- Boa/ farm on upper Applegate, has
sold it and the stock and tools that bi
E. P. Hughes, the real «-state agent of
got with it to 1*. F. Swayne for £1500.00. Ashland, tarried a short time her«- Tues
Mr. Swat tie already has a fine farm ad day.
joining this and the two will make him
F. P. Ro[x-r waa called to San Diego,
<>i c of the besi ranches in the famous Cal. last wick by the serious illness of
Kinder Itoaz has sold his farm of 12H
Mr. E. Gore, of Kansas, arrived last
Hl-n » on the Upja-r Applegate togctlli r
week to visit his brother, E. E. Gore,
with the stock an<l implements to J. T.
uik I hi com [»any with Mr. and Mr». Wild
Buckley, the price living £FrO0 cash.
er left for Crescent City the first of the
Mr. Boaz gives [»«»»«ssioii at once and
w ill with his family move tojiicksonvillc
wilt re he expects to reside.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Carey and daughter,
h.ul i good pii ci- of pr<>|»-r*y and those Martha, Mr. and Mrs. Gibbs and Mr.
knowing the bind *a\ it is well worth an«l Mrs. F. R«»la-rt» left Thursday for
the price for which he sold it.
a several days outing at the McCallister
If you want to rent a farm or have land I springs.
to rent see T. C. Norris, Jacksonville.
Rev. Gixxl filled his regular appoint-
Mr. E. E. G«re, one of the worthy | mi nt at the Free Methodist Church last
Three Fine Chairs
[Hon« er of the Rogue River Valley, who ' Sunday eveiiingan«! announced that they
now in his With year, with Mrs. Gore, is woul«l hol«l a camp meeting ill the Rose
taking his comfort on hi» farm near grove beginning the first of September.
I'liocnix, 1» enjoying a visit from his
I he Appleqate Road Question.
twin-brother, A. F. Gore, whose home is
at Lawr< iii-e. Kansas. The two brothers
Z. Cameron was in Jacksonville last
were together for a time last summer, the Wc<lncs<lny from Uniontown to represent Two fine Bathrooms with the
Oregon brother going back to Kansas 1 the settler* of Upper Applegate before
and now thr Kansas brother returns the the County Court ill the matter of relo- best tubs cleanest towels, etc.
‘ eating the county road up that stream
The Tavlor House, along w illi the other which came up la-fore that body this
Jacksonville, week. The present county road up Ap
has teen unable much of the time this plegate and winch terminates at Wat
year to furnish lodging to all who aj>- kins. crosses the river four times and to
plied. Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Taylor expect i obviate the danger of fording or the ex-
i<> put <>n a huge addition to their house ' pens«- ol building four bridges, a [«etition
You will always find the best
but for the present they have hail a one was gotten some time ago asking the
of rich, flaky icecream in my
»tori addition put on large enough for | court to establish a road on the east side
store, LEMONADE that is
two fine sleeping rooms.
These rooms of the river. The jx tition will be acted
will lie quiti a In lp t>> Mrs Tavlor in ac upon bv the court this week, the county
comodating her guests until such time as
Jacksonville shall take a larger growth vey and rcjiorted favorably upon the
when a fine btiilding will lx- put up to route. The [x-tition does not ask for va
cation of the present road on the west
bear the name of Taylor House.
side of the river, but the west side own
Tent», camp stoves and camping «Iteli-
ers reason that if the mam road is put on
sils at Boyden'» hardware store, Mcd-
the east side of the river that they will
la- left to ford the river, so they have got
Hon. Geo. W. Colvig, United States ten up a petition asking for the estab-
consul at Bariinquilla, Columbia, and , lishment of a road on their side of the
Mrs. Colvig arrive«! at their home in river from Uniontown to Swayne's ford,
Grunts Pass last Saturday.
Mr. Colvig ' with a bridge at each of those places.
has lx-en at hts [x.st on the Isthmus of Mr. Cameron with the other petitioners
Panama for two year» and he now has a contend that the opening of the section
leave <>f several months. Mr. and Mrs. of road they ask for is of little exjiense
Colvig will join a camping party this and the two bridges they ask for to give
week that is to spend a month in the ail outlet to the miners and settlers along
vicinity of Grayback mountain bevond the upper river will cost less than to
Mr. Colvig may not go blast out a road along the bluff oil the
back to Baranquilla as he ntav lie pro east side. Mr. Cameron states that the
moted to a la-tter position, and then lie majority <>f the taxpayers in his vicinity
r-----1 the consular favor the w est side route and the bridges.
service and again enter the law.
time of his appointment lie hail a fine
taken with Cramps.
law practice at Grants Pass and should
Wm. Kirmse, a member of the bridge
he remain in Oregon he will doubtless
gang working near Littleport was taken
enter th«- partnersliip of his brother,
suddenlv ill Thursday night with cramps
Wm. M. Colvig, of Jacksonville anil Geo.
and a kind of cholera. His case was so
11. Durham of Grants Pass.
First-class work guaranteed and
Colvig was one of the most successful severe that he ha«l to have the memliers
at prices that are right.
law vers of Southern Oregon, liis joining
ford was called and consulted.
the firm of Colvig & Durham will make
them he hail a medicine in the form of
that already strong legal team one of the
strongest law firms in Southern Oregon.
Diarrhoea Remedy that he thought
would help him out anil accordingly
S. P. R. R. TIME CARD several «loses were administered with the
result that he was able to lie around
south It' nd
next day. The incident speaks quite
highly of Mr. Gifford's medicine.—El
No 12 No Ifi kader, Iowa, Argus.
No 15 No II
This remedy never fails.
Keep it in NEW AND SECOND HAND
7:15 votir home, it may save life.
m :«> l.v ... 1‘oitlaiKl.............. Ar.
5:10 by City Drugstore.
From the finest Ladies wear to the heaviest
Loggers’ shoes at a price that will meet all
First-da38 Groceries our Specialty
W. L. ORR &. CO.
Wm. Ruhl, Prop
M c D aniels
Young People, Old People
and All the People
Will find at the
CHRIS ULRICH à CO
Store the best of
COR. OREGON AND CALIFORNIA Stationery, Cigars and To
bacco. Fine Billiard Parlor
J. F. EADS & SON PLUMBING
15:30 ........... Allwoy........................
............ b.ugt’lir .....................
...til ........... Roseburg...................
10 13 .......... Grant» l’as».............
Illi ........... Golii Hill
........... Central Point.........
11:15 ........... Medford.....................
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12 112 ............ Phoenix ...................
1 2 »
12 Ô .......... Ashlaml ...................
4:28 ............ Montague.................
'. Ill ............Sacramento ........... 10:50
7 :. m Ar. San Francisco.. .I.v 2 1 22
Ticket» ho I<I to »11 points in tile United States.
Sleeping ent reservations made on application.
Freight house open» at Sa. in. and close» at 120
W. V. I.IPPINCOTT, Agent.
Dates to Remember.
Furniture. Stoves, Hardware, Bed
Wednesday,August 12—Examinations for
Notions and a hundred and
teachers for Jackson county to l>e held
at the court house in Jacksonville, be
one omis and ends. Anything for
ginning at 9 a. m.
the house or farm at the lowest
Thursday, September 3—Annual Re
union of Southern Oregon Pioneer at
Saturday, Sept. 5—Good Roads Con
vention at Jacksonville in Court House WEST
jiark at 7:30 p. ill.
Address by Judge
J. H. Scott, president of Oregon State
Good Roads .Association.
Saturday, Sept. 5—Fruitgrowers con
vention in Jacksonville under auspices
of Rogue River Fruitgrowers Union.
Program for all day an«l exercises to lie
held in Court House park. Address by
professors from State Agricultural col
lege and by prominent fruitmen of the
Special line of new Cookstoves
All Good Cookers and at Bed
and general repair
work done promptly
and at a reasonable
E. S. WOLFER
7 th St. Shop
Home-cooked meals, 25 cents at Mrs.
Flory’s in the brick boarding house
second block north of the Court House.