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About Jacksonville sentinel. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1903-1906 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 21, 1903)
Boorman Creek Hems.
i was hit in the eye with a ball and wili lx?
J. T. Buckley of Ruch was on Boorman unable to use it for several days. Frank
Collings was riding a wild horse bareback
creek Sunday on business
Will Murphy of Griffin creek was at when it ran against a tree throwing him
off and cutting his nose badly. It is be-
the mill one day this week.
j lieved the Ixtne is broken.
E. King, one of the owners of the
mill, went to Sail Francisco last week on
From the finest Ladies wear to the heaviest
Ashland has let the contract to a San
' Francisco firm to install a fire alarm sys
Joe Saltmarsh and his daughter, Mrs. tem in that city at a cost of fl EDO.
Loggers’ shoes at a price that will meet all
W. H. Venable of Applegate, were al the
Earland Holman Peter left Monday
null one duy lust week selling blackber
for I'pton, Calif., where they will work
, in a liox factory until school la-gins in
Genevieve Echolson of Jacksonville Jacksonville when they will return
visited on the Creek several days last home.
First-class Groceries our Specialty,
week, the guest of Edith and Clara Ham
Owen Keegan did not return to Toll
man Springs as he expected but gave up
the remainder of his vacation and res-
Capt. Hinkle is haying for Mr. Ixmden. > timed his duties as janitor at the court
house. Mr. Keegan lias la-en the court
John Byrne went to Cinnabar Springs house janitor for the jstst 15 years, hold*
I mg his ¡xnition through the changes of
Mr. Itean made a flying trip to Grants administration, except for two years
Pass last week.
| when the populists were in control, and
Mrs. Geo. McKee and children are vis he has gained the merited credit of be* .
mg one of the most efficient janitors to !
iting relatives here.
Misa Laura Dorn of Ruch spent Mon to found in the state of Oregon. Mr.
Keegan kee; s everything alx>ut the
day here with her |<arciils.
court house scrupulously clean and
Jack Eaton passed through Watkins in all his other duties he is punctual to
Sunday en route to J<»es Bar.
Canby Buck came up from Jacksonville
Wm Puhi, Prop.
If you want to rent a farm or have land
Sunday to witness the laill game.
to rent tie T. C. Norris, Jacksonville.
Anthony Watkins and William Hacker
Rev. S. IL Jones has resigned the pas-
made a business trip to Jacksonville lust
i torate of the Presbyterian church in
Mr». Silvia will give a dancing party i Jacksonville to accept a call to the Pres
Three Fine Chairs
tonight (Friday) in honor of Misses Amy byterian church in Reno, Nevada, and
and Rena McKee.
vice in Jacksonville. It will be five years
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Faucett. Miss Dora this October since Rev. Jones lx-came a
ami Frank Faucett and Mrs. Battle are resident of Jacksonville aud assumed the
camping at Cinnabar Springs.
pastorate of the Presbyterian church
Some very serious accidents occurred here and in that time he has made a host T wo fine Bathrooms with the
at the ball game Sunday. Albert Col I of friends both in hi* congregation and a-
tubs cleanest towels, etc.
lings broke a finger and Frank Silvia tnong the other citizens of the town who
i regret his departure, but who wish him I
' every success in his new field of labor,
j Mrs. Jones, though but a resident of i
I Jacksonville for the two months since her
marriage to Ry v. Jones has made many
friends by her many endearing qualities
and she too will have the very lx-st
You will always find the best
wishes of the |x-oplc of Jacksonville in
of rich, flaky icecream in my
her new home. Reno is one of the most
EM BALM ER
store, LEMONADE that is
prosperous of all the larger towns of
Nev ida ami the Presbyterians have a
MRS. C. W. CONKLIN,
strong organization in that town.
Hafer brothers have word that their
father. C. Hafer, president of the Iowa
Lumber Company, and E. E. Hart, treas
urer of the same company, will visit
j Jacksonville the last of September. Mr.
Hafer is one of the largest lumlxrr deal
ers in fhe Missouri valley, having in
Council Bluff’s a yard with a storage cap-
Young People, Old People
1 acity in the sheds alone of over 3,000,000
and All the People
feet of lumlx-r, and a switch track for
i over 100 cars and he gives employment i
to from 20 to 25 men. Mr. Hart is presi- 1
A full line of Undertaking
«lent of the First National Bank of Coun-
Will find at the
Bluffs and he is a capitalist whose ■
Goods, Robes. Suits and I j cil
wealth is up in the higher figures. The
object of their visit here will lx- to look
over their interests in Jacksonville ami
to decide as to the size and kxration of
Store the best of
the mill which they will operate after
this fall for their mill will be cut out at
its present libation in another three
B,0<K ov,l< months and then the decision will l>e CARRIAGE,
nLolUl:iWL simimi onia
whether the mill will be placed farther
back in the woods or be brought to Jack
sonville and the logs lx- hauled to town.
Canned Fruit Never
Spoils in the
First-class work guaranteed and
Two fine store rooms, each 25x80 feet
in White-Thomas brick block, Medford,
at prices that are right.
New, well-furnished rooms,
with a big warehouse in the rear, Apply
No Jar on the mar
to White & Trowbridge.
Stationery, Cigars and To
ket can equal it.
Easily sealed, never
Taken with Cramps.
bacco. Fine Billiard Parlor
Wm. Kinnse, a member of the bridge
gang working near Littleport was taken
airtight, and sold at
suddenly ill Thursday night with cramps
liedrock prices. Of
, ami a kind of cholera. His case was so
the hundreds of jars
severe that he had to have the member*
we sold last year no
I of the crew wait upon him and Mr. Gif- NEW AND SECOND HAND
I ford was called and consulted.
complaint has been
made that they
i Chamberlain** Colic, Cholera,
broke easily or let
j Diarrhoea Remedy that he thought
Furniture, Stoves, Hardware, Bed
the fruit spoil.
. would help him out and accordingly
Notions and a hundred and
: several doses were administered with the
and general repair
and ends. Anything for
result that he was able to lie around
work done promptly
next day. The incident speaks quite
the house or farm at the lowest
highly of Mr. Gifford’s medicine.—El
and at a reasonable
kader, Iowa, Argus.
This remedy never fails. Keep it in
TIN FRUIT CANS your
home, it may save life.
by City 1 >rugStore.
Handmade ami soldered without
acid so fruit cannot be poisoned.
MEDFORD, • - -
W. L. ORR &, CO
STORE: Masonic Block
M c D aniels
ULRICH & CO
COR. OREGON AND CALIFORNIA
H enkv W kniit , Driver Leaves Jacksonville
daily except Sunday at ' a. m., arriving at Ap
plegate at Il a. m. Leave Applegate at 11:1.5 ar
riving nt Jacksonville at 3 p. tn Close connection
made with stage to Steamlsmt and stage to Kuttli
JACKSONVILLE COPPER MINES STAGE
• J oiin R W ii . son , Driver Leaves Jacksonville
at 7 , . tn. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays for
Ruch Uniontown, Parcel, Watkins and Joes liar,
on the following days.
D. H. Milter
E. 3. WOLFER
7 th St. Shop
Special line of new Cookstoves
All Good Cookers and at Bed*
Home-cooked meals, 25 cents at Mrs.
Flory’s in the brick boarding house
second block north of the Court House.