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About Jacksonville sentinel. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1903-1906 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 7, 1903)
Semi the Sentinel to y«»ur distant rela
lives and friends and let them know that
the old town has uwakemd from its
Kindling W ikm I—j I. till a load at card ' dreams and is now once more upon the
or delivered. Iowa Luuilier Com pain . map as one of the growing, hustling
towns of Southern Oregon.
Mr. and Mrs. Han- of Central Point
Fred Puhi, who is working for G. E.
were in this city Tuesday visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Swagvriv.
N’eitls-r ane lle irge Wait a’ their copm-r
i claims on Suu iw creek, came in Tnc»‘l tv
Mrs. G»o. F. Reynolds his lieen quite morning to bring in a horse Ixtlongitig to
»ick but she is now convalescent and Mr. \< nls-t that had he< n shot and luidlv
i will soon In- enjoying her usual health. wounded fn some careless hunter». The
There will be the usual services at the
entered the ile»h on the rear part of
Presbyterian chur h next Sunday even j the liiu
md evidently ranged
ror comfortable smn-
mg conducted by Rev. Si H. Jones, to lodged in the flesh making a Uid wound,
Canned Goods of every kind
but m>t laming the horse. It was evidently
which all are cordially invited.
iner wear the Negligee
> a s|n-nt ball. The horse was in a (xisttire
fresh and first-class stock
Through a slip of figures it is stated in i at the time at which it w is shot,and had
Shirt beats ’em all.
another column of thi» issue that the bond lieen down several days Iwforr it was
issue for the Jacksonville district is jilt». found Monday, as condition of wound
Groceries and Provisions
UUU, when the fact is the amount i» jS, Vindicated. The horse, which is one of
Mr. Neulier's (test animal», will mmhi re-
best quality anj lowest price
F. L. Findlay, whose home is in Ash | cover from the wound.
land but whose territory of work ex
Dr. and Mrs. R. G. Gale and County
tends from Yreka to Eugene, was in Clerk J. S. Orth and wife returned Sun
Men’s Outinq Suits. Shoes
Jacksonville Thursday and Friday tune- dav from their outing at Whiskey Peak.
tng pianos at which he is an adept.
and d complete line of
I They all report a delightful trip, the cool
bracing air of the Coast mountain* ami
D ry Goods
county will l>e held at the Court House I tin- outdoor life giving them a vigor to
next week by Su|x rinteudent Daily lol i enjoy the rugged exercise of the days
*»>e refn shing »hep of the nights
comm nee at !• o'clock
Fish innumerable were in their game list
morning ami continue three days
which also included two hue deer. Dr.
Mrs. John F. Miller and Miss Maude Gale shouting one and Mr. Orth the oth-
Prim lett Sunday for Bybee Springs, er. A fiear would have I k - vh among
where they will join their mother. Mrs. their tronbies, bnt his twarship was en
Judge Prim, who with her father, Win sconced behind a chaparral thicket and
General 'Merchandise Store
I Bybee, is camping at that place.
not coming out to greet his visitors, nci-
j ther the doctor nor the countv clerk, !«•
Jesse Huggins had a dose call tlli mg socii t v men and punctilious as to eti
' week from blood poison in his hand, quette rule» ami not having larrii |<r >
which t>ecame greatly inflamed front an perlv introduced, they would not go in
' injury and when he came to Dr. Gale it t<> call on Mr. Bear. Sc there was m> ‘
! was so serious that the doctor had to meeting much to the regret of th«- bold
I lance it.
Dr. Gale reports that Mrs. A. B.
Chas. Pursel was in Jacksonville Sun
Best Bargains ever offered in
'Pierce, residing on the Applegate road • lay to buy a new housekeeping outfit,
W. F. ISAACS
I just beyond the Bamlen House, is
i quite ; his resilience and its cmiii nis having
Jacksonville in Millinery Goods
ill of typhoid fever, but that a turn i for burned down the day previous. Tin fire
I’honc Main SS.I.
Fine line of Velvets, Buckles
I the better has taken place with good pros- occurred Saturday morning as the family
Feathers, Ribbons, Laces Mulls
I peel» of her recovery.
were preparing breakfast «ml caught from
Palin-Bod^c Block J
The birthday of Mr. and Mrs. John a defective Hue, aud tn a moment ill« en
Hufler, Jr., is on the same day and that | tire up|<-r part of the house was a sh< ct
Hats, trimmed and untrimmed,
■ •( tiame
Mr. and Mr». Pursel were not
event taking place Wednesday
_______ thlt '
evening a niinikr of the friends "of the at home at the time, they hiving spent
at BEDROCK PRICES.
Canned F ruit Never
yonng couple gathered at their home the night at their sawmili. the first time
Spoil* in the
and had a most delightful time, games,
music anil conversation in iking up the and only their three children wen at
evening diversion», which closed with an home, gluts., the eldest, is lit wars of
j appetizing lunch.
age, and Esther and tieorge.
No Jar on the mar
Wedding stationery, the latest out, at worked bravely and removed some of the ket cun equal it.
the Sentinel office.
being an organ and a clock. The loss to Easily sealed, never
Rev. S. II. Jonts arrived home from Mr. Pursel | was
nearly jllNM) »111
and f ills bn aks, almolutely
.1*^. heavily upon
him as lie had been i under
airtight, ami sold at
Mrs. Jone* to return from Salem thisS.it- large exjx-me this summer in building a
urday. where she his fa-eii a guest at tile new sawmill. The house belonged to Z.
iH'driM'k prices. (if
home of her uncle, Supreme Judge C. E.
Cameron. Mr. Pursel, with the courage the hundreds of jars
Wolverton. Rev. Jones will conduct hi- * that is his characteristic, went to work
we sold last year no
usual services at the Presbvt- rian church 1 V this week getting the lumber ami com
complaint has bet n
Sunday evening to which the public is 1 ineneed building a newhou-c. The
and fixtures of the Pur»el |s>stoffice were made that th e v
Prof. E. E. Washburn, who has been also burned.
broke easily or let
’ attending the summer school of the L’ni-
After living in the furniture business
versity of California, in a letter to the
The Best Home-cooked
editor of the S- ntinel, states tint he and
will leave Berkeley 11 is retired from business and will devote 1
Meal in Jacksonville. Eat
Thursday evening and expect to arrive his time to his fruit farm. Mr. Linn be- I
a meal and judge for
in Ashland Friday evening, where they gan the furniture business in Jacksonville
will spend some time with relatives, un in IX»4 by putting upasmall factory near
til they can have tpossession of their resi the present de|s>t of the Ja ks *nvi!le
r/.¥ FRUIT CANS
dence in Jacksonville, now occupied by railroad. Business prosjs red w ith linn amt
I Lindmade and soldered without
Mr. Newbury's family and such is the he soon enlarged it etnploving a number
acid so fruit cannot la- |x>isoned.
scarcity or houses that Mr. Newbury can of v<-ars 4<> tr> .'Hi h inds in his factory ami
not readily secure another on-.
Prof. in a sawmill that he had up Walker creek.
Washburn will come to Jacksonville In later wars the factory burned down
Tuesday to assist Supt. Daily in the and the railroad having been built East
ern furniture was brought in ata lower
price than he could make it for. so he
Calling cards, the 1 itest in style and
did not rebuild. Since then lie ha car-
printed so neatly as to resemble copper ried on only a retail business. Mr. Linn
plate work at the Sentinel office.
successor, C. W. Conklin, junior rm m
William Schoeflin died at his home on ; : der of the firm of Boyd Kt Conklin, who Mndtord,
South Oregon street Wednesday night ' were in the furniture business in Med-
and Thursday his remains were given i ' ford, took posM ssion Monday and will at
burial in the City cemetery, there being, once inaugurate a clearance sale so as to
by his request, no pubic funeral services. make room for the new stock of goods
MRS. C. W. CONKLIN, A s »,» t * st
Mr. Schoeflin was severely injured by a that hr- will shortly put in. Mr. Conk
bull three years ago and since that date lin is a hustling furniture man who has
he has been an invalid and he being | Ire. n in the business since his b >vhoo<l
over lit) years of age he was unable to ral days and lie thoroughly understands ev
ly from the effects of the injury. He was ery detail of the trade. He is also a pro
a german by Ix-rth ami been a rt sident of fessional undertaker ami embalmer. Mrs.
Jackson Countv for some years, but of Conklin, too, is an undertaker and em-
Jacksonville only since last spring.
bihmr and she will take charge of the
Attorney Gus Newbury having hung women’s and children's cases. Mr. and
Rneyeles, Ritnihlcrs and
out Ills law shingle in Jacksonville ami Mrs. Conklin came from Illinois to Med
other simulimi bicycles.
determined to cast his fortunes with the ford last fall and they have imide many |
town has decided that renting is but pav friends then who, while regreting their
ing for a house while the other fellow leaving that place, wi ll them the best of
A full line of Lndertaking
holds the ownership in it.
To obviate success in their new venture in Jackson
h’e/mirs mude to hie veles
that unpli asant feature Mr. Newbury has ville. With the up-to-date stoi k that Mr.
Goods, kobes, Suits and
senili# mudlines, y uns
bought two fine lots OU California street Conklin will put in there is no uncer
east of tile Pri-sbyti rian church and he is tainty as to his being able to gain a fine
unti nil kinds ot simili
having the lumber delivered this week trade as he will have the tra<le of this
by the Iowa Lumber Company and Mon town as well as that of the Applegate dis
day l red Fick and Luke Jones will be trict.
gin the work of erecting a dwelling
house for him. The house is 21x30 feet
PFÇiriFMf'F* RYAN B,otK 0V,R story and a half ami is to be as conven
horses suitable for
nLollZLIiVL. sfNfiNLL orfici
ient and tasty in apjx-arance as any in hauling heavy freight. Apply to Matt
Calhoun, Phoenix, Oregon.
CLOSING OUT SALE
COR OREGON & CALIFORNIA STS
C. W. CONKLIN
Z). H. Miller
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