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About Jacksonville sentinel. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1903-1906 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 7, 1903)
Iowa lumber Company Operations.
The old system of gettii
Once more everything is on the hum from the sawmill to the vi
about the plants of the Iowa l.umlier Co. 1 1-ming mill in Jacksonvil
Manager Edgar Hater has been doing to load it on a tram car at
some lively hustling of lati and he has it down a mile and a quart'
at last got the logging camp, sawmill, wagons and haul it to pi!
planing mill and box factory m good then later on lo.i I it on wa
shape for a season of work that will give *‘> yard and planing mill it
an out put that w-ill tend to produce div- b is bcm done away witl
ideuds rather than deficits for the stock- 'p’z‘ n handlings was c iting
fits so as soon as Mr. Hafer
'.lie plan of operating the mill and b»r it he had the tram way
camp has been changed and the company ' good wagon road extend»
for the present has let them both out bv ;,nd now he has the luuil < r
contract to T h - operated In other parties, from the mill to Jiicksonvill
Tin logging is being done In J. H Mat er estimates that it will nia
toon and H. C. Shearer, who are also -d»out 20 |x r cent on the cc
doing th< logging for the Jackson Coun- t!*® lumlxrtothe railroad,
1 lie machinery for the !x»x factory will
ty Lumber Co. These men are loggers
who thoroughly understand their busi all l>e in place this week and the com
ness and have had large experience in pany will then In- able to fill any sized
the big camps on the Columbia river and order for (sixes ami on short notice.
They h ive more than a million feet of
other logging districts on the coast. At
the rate they have kept the logs coming lumber in the yard and they are adding
this week there will be no shut down to it so as to have a reserve supply of sea
hereafter at the mill for the lack of logs. soned lumber. Two big sheds capable of
The mill is in charge of —. —. Hart, holding over a ouartrr of a million feet
n. “I lumber have been built in the yard in
who has the contract to do the
Mr. Hart is an all around sawmill
man Jacksonville and a shed is Being put up
and knows at a glance i whether
things *h the company's wholesale
yard at Coun-
are running right or not about the mill.
........ ci! Bluffs, low.i. Since President C. |
Under hi' management the
pushed to its utmost capacity a as well as ■ took ut> the active manag«ment of the af-
Bv putting ' fi‘irs of the I"Wa Lumber C< mp‘tiv here
kept running on full time.
the mill and camp under separate man , in Jacksonville the business of the com
agements, Mr. Edgar Haier, gene i al pany has expanded aud liecomc svstem-
manager for the company, will have i ttizcd and the outlook for more prosper-
is now quite
more time to devote to the business af ■ ous days for the lotnpany
fairs of the company, aud to attend to ■ certain.
matters about the planing mill and box
Boorman ( reek Items.
factory. To he logging boss, mill boss,
and man igi r of planing mill and box
Walter Hoag, of Medford, sj»ent Sun
factory and then attend to the sales de j day at the mill.
partment was more than one man could
Mr. W. IL M iultby. of Medford, spent
well look after.
i Sunday at Sterling.
JACKSONVILLE, - OREGON
Table Linens, Napkins
Towels and Crashes
Also stamped and plain
linens for fancy work
QUALITIES THE BEST
PRICES THE LOWEST
M. J. Don aid son-Sei by was at
I county seat Saturday.
STEEL DAVENPORT LOUNGES
Mr. Al. Sturgis, of Forest creek,
at the mill Thursday buying lumlier.
Win. S* ars. of Sterling, made a bus
iness trip to J icksonville Wednesday.
Süorçr L ine
U nion P acific
Mr. E. King and daughter. Emma,
spent Saturday and Sunday in Medford. ,
Henry Wendt, Jr., of Jacksonville,
tarried a few hours on the creek Wed
Mr. and Mrs, M. L. Lilly, of Sterling,
passed through Monday enroute to Jack
THREE TRAINS to the EAST
DAILY from PORTLAND
Dora Margreiter and
of Jacksonville spent
Through Pullman standard and Tourist
»leeping cars daily to Omaha, Chicago.
Spokane; tourist sleeping cars daily to
Kansas City; through Pullman tourist
weekly to Chicago, Kansas City, reclin
ing chair cars (seats free) to the East
Mi'« Clara Lytle, of Jacksonville, is
visiting on l’oorm «ti creek the guest of
T ime S ciieiht . es A rrive
Salt Lake, Denqer.
Portland Ft. Worth, <)maha,
Kansas City, St. 4:30 p ni
V:20 p. m. Louis, Chicago and
via Hunt East.
Atlantic Salt Lake, Denver,
Express Ft. Worth. Omaha,
R:15 p. in. Kansas City, St.
via IIunt- Louis, Chicago and 10:30 a m
6 p. m.
Walia Walia. Lew
St. 7:35 a m
Paul, Duluth, Mil
PORTLAND to CHICAGO
No Change of Cars.
T. C. NORRIS
Cdll and see my Slot k.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kerby, of Phoenix,
are visiting on Poornnn creek, guests of
Mr. Chas. Adams and family.
Mrs. A. J. Adams and her daughter
Mrs. M. J. Dick, of Roseburg, arc visit'
ing relatives living on Poorman creek.
MITCHELL, LEWIS & STAVER CO
John Lawrence, who has l>e< n at Ft.
Klamath fora few weeks, returned and is
now employed at the Jackson County
MfWOKI) BRANCH I). I. LAWION. M.,r.
Billy Puhi and Eugene Thompson went
to Applegate Wednesday on a business
Largest Stock of farm Machinery in South
Complete line of Vehicles, embracing farm
and freight Wagons, Spring Wagons, Car
riages, Buggies, Etc.
Mrs. A. M. Berry of Ashland spent
Wednesday in this city the guest of Mrs.
Haying and Harvesting Machinery, Horse
forks and Wire Hope.
Uncle Billy Robinson, of Jacksonville,
visited at Margrviters Friday. He says he
likes the place so well that he will re
turn in a short time to stay a week.
Miss Myrtle Sutton went to Salem
Saturday where she is spending her
vacation with her parents. Miss Sutton
is stenographer and type-writer in Distric t
Attorney Kearnes’ office and she is an
adept at her work.
Mr. P. M. Corum has accepted from .
a number of schools offered him the
Wiiderville school in Josephine county.
Tickets Eaet via all rail, or boat and rail The term is for eight months and the
salary is to lie /o0 jx-r month. M r. Corum
Fiue Shoe Work and Repairing
one of the progressive, successful
Ocean and River Schedule is
young teaclii rs of Jackson county and a
Work for Jacksonville patrons
farmer boy who has made his wav by his
by morning train ami
industry and ¡»erseverance and his suc
finished to be returned on the
All sailing dales
Second Floor, Adkins Block,
8 p. m. subject to change. 4 p. m. earned.
Shop on F street, opp. S. I’. Depot.
For San Francisco-
Fred Puhi is in from Squaw creek
sail every five days
spending a few days here with his
brother Billie Puhi, tile barber, and with
his father, who has a farm northeast of
Daily ex. C olumbia R iver .
Jacksonville. Fred has proven himself
4 p. Hl. to lie quite a linguist for when he arrived
Professional Carpet Weaver
except in Jacksonville in February direct from
8 p. m. To Astoria and
Fine Photography a Specialty.
waylandings Sunday Germany, he could not sjx-ak a word of
ihiHniKw Flying Shuttle Loom
10 p. m.
English and now he can stx-ak plainer Special attention Riven to posing
and is prepared Iodo strictly first
classwork on carpets anil hi ««
than the average German who has been of children. Jill work Ruaran-
A. L. CRAIG, Gen. Pas. Agt.,
in America a dozen years or more.
teed. Prices reasonable.
H. C. MACKEY
MEDFORD SHOE SHOP
Mrs. A. L. PEACHEY