Jacksonville sentinel. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1903-1906, September 04, 1903, Image 3

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Entered In the pnMoMer ot Jacksonville,
Jix kM.n County, Oregon, ns second class mailer.
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Mr. Carné« succeeded ill gelt -ng some
fine negative which with some fine pic-
tures contributed by Mr. P. Britt will
show Eastern |H-o|ile what Jacksonville,
its leading buildings ami the orcliatd and
industrial scenes of this vicinity are like.
It can lie said that Jacksonville will have
a*creditable a |sige l»oth in illustrations
ami write-up as any town in Oregon ami
that it will la- the means of bringing
many settler* and investor* to this *ec-
tion of Jackson county.
Tin- fiction of a Medford new*|>u|M.-r
Is-ing mailed at the Jacksonville |x»*t-
I office is at an end for Postmaster Miller
bus received order* from the |>o*t«»ffice
Friday, September 4,19U3 department
at Washington to cease admit­
ting the Medford Democratic Time* to
the mails until the publisher conforms
; to the |x>stal laws. This will force Mr
The Harriman railroad* of which the
Nickell to enter his pa|>er at the Medford
Southern Pacific is one have been for the
|MM>toffice where it is published. Itoing
past year currying on a systematic work
that will prevent him from legally pub­
uf securing immigrant* and investor* for
lishing lan«l notices from this part of the
the West ami especially for the Pacific
county and as that was the reason for hi*
<- >ast These railroad* have a bureau of
running a two-headed pajierhe will prob­
immigration in Chicago and from it dis­
ably cease publishing the Tillies and con­ town will I m - about a* small is the go<xl spirit tn making welcome to the town
tribute literature mid aend out lecturer*
fine his attention to the Soutnern < »regon- word* and business that it has given to all who come to attend the various
nil over the Middle and Eastern state*
ian, which he has been pushing to the Jackson ville.
gatherings that are held from time
working up emigration. This fall and
exclusion of the Detmx-ratic Times. For
to time, yet it may not lie amis* to re­
winter the bureau will have five lectur­
The board of trade is proving itself
several months past that irrepressible
the citizens, lest they forget in the
er* in the field. Each will I k - provided
bundle of |si|>crs that he carries under helpful in many different ways to Jack engrossment of their business, that
with a kinrto*« <>|ie for giving moving his arm has Irecn made up exclusively of
sonville and vicinity. The '<oanl of
picture* of scenes in section* that they Southern Oregonian*, he not even hav­ trade through its civc improvement and their presence at the fruit grower* con­
vention to l»e held in Jacksonville this Sat -
will lecture aliout ami at the meeting* ing th«- grace or the Jiolicy to substitute
public meeting* committee. comjx»sed of
urday will add very much to its success.
which will I m - free they will distribute i the Times for the Oregonian when he
Cleo. E. Neulier. Geo. N. Ixswi*. Henry r
pretence will show that they have
literature descriptive of th«- state con-I visits Jacksonville, the town where lie Orth, Patrick Donegan and Jay Wade, -
a perfunctory interest in the
cerning which they are lecturing. Then-,' claims the Times is published. It has has ordered dressed lumlier from the !
convention and in the de­
will I m - one lecturer who will devote hi* la-cn apparent to Jacksonville people that
Iowa Lnmbvr Com jam v and has made i
the fruit inter« sr* of this
time to Oregon and the moving pictures Mr. Nickell so soon a* he could get a
this week a lot of benches for use in
it is known that all
for his u*e will lie from plate* taken by firm footing established in Meilford he
the Court House park for the fruit grow­
leave their places of
an ex|>ert polyscope operator who with intended to suspend the Times. In solict-
ers convention Saturd iy. The trenches |
hour* of the
W. E. Coman, general passenger agent < ing subscriptions of newcomers he always are made with three inch slats and the I
day, but each citizen of Jacksonville
of the Oregon S. P. line*, marie a trip mentions the Oregonian ami his Times
supports, which were cut out by Chris >
should make it a froint to spend at least
in « special car over the Oregon roiul lust subscriber* arc encouraged to change
Ulrich on the Imnd saw in his planing
a few minutes during the day at the
week. In addition to the*« moving pic- over to the Oregonian.
mill, are given a curve so that the seat
cvnv»-ntian and thus give the fruitmen to
tun s humlrerls of views have I kcii taken
The susjx-iisioti of the Medford Henio- will fit a person’s body thus making
of scene* of interest to Eastern |x-«>ple cratic Times will cause no regrets in them comfortable to sit on. fliese seats feel that their meeting here is appreci­
ated and th >t they will Ire welcome
from which half tom- cuts will I m - made Jacksonville tor Nickell after making
will lie kept for public meetings in the
whenever they see fit to meet in Jackson­
to lie used hi advertising'ni.’ittcr.
thousand* of «lollars in Jacksonville left the park and will lie free to any organ­
For tin* sear's immigration campaign the place when lie thought that it wa* ization or gatlit ring that wishes to use ville again.
the Harriman bureau will not use so dead and he has never made one effort
People who have been appropriating
them Heretofore whenever there was a :
many fiamphiets but will use more news- |K-rsonall* or through his paper to help
celebration or other public gathering ladders and other property belonging to
|N*|x-r*. For Western Oregon the bureau the town. No Jacksonville resident can
held in Jacksonville a considerable ex- the town fire company as well as
through Mr. Coman have made a coil- recall the time when lie ever ha«l an editor-
pensc was had in procuring plank from things from the town hall for a shorter or
tract with the Salem Statesman to H<t orial or other article that outlined a new
the mill and securing blocks on which to a longer time, too frequently for too long
out u special immigration edition. The industry for the town or gave encourage­
lay the plank to make tenqiorary seats a period for the efficiency of the fire comp­
Southern Pacific will }>ay half the Cost ment to any of its interests. Mr. Nick
anil then to return the plank and pay for any or the convenience of the town offici­
.«nd it isexpecte«! that the town* will cd's metlnxl of conducting a paper is on
broken ones. This useless expense will als, will have to cease their borrowing
|*iy the other half. Each town desiring
the jug li indie order, ad for himself and now be obviate«! as the board of trade unless they have an order from the mayor.
to have space in this edition will pay at give nothing in return for the business
seats and those from tne town hall will Complaint having been made that
the rate of one dollar an inch. A write­
that the community giveshim. Butthat seat anv or linarv sized audience that may borrowed tow n property was not being
up of the state and of each COUlitv will
returned promptly Mayor Britt h is order­
scheme will no longer work on the |x-o- lie gathered in the park.
also be given the expense for this being
Marshal Kenney to enforce the ordi­
ple of Jacksonville and the patronage
met by the railroad company.
covering that matter anil here after
During the |>a*t week D. F. Carnes for
this I standing for its hospitality and its public when one wants a ladder or other article
the Harriman Bureau has Ivren in South­
they will have to get an order for it and
ern Oregon soliciting the cooperation of
then a prompt return will have to lie
the various towns in their immigration
made or there will be trouble to the bor­
work Monday lie was in Jacksonville
ami met the boanl of trade at a special
The effect of the fruitgrowers’ conven­
meeting at 9 o’clock in the morning.
tion. to lie held in this place this Satur­
There was a full attendance nearly all
day, will be to arouse a greater interest
the business men ami leading -ilizens of
I in fruit growing about Jacksonville with
the town making it « point to I m - present.
the result that the hundreds of acres of
After Mr. Carnes had made a statement
hill land now lying vacant will lie plant­
of his proposition the boaril by a unani­
to fruit within the next few years.
mous vote, there being not one objec­
will it lie possible for Jacksonville
tion raised, decided to take a full page
a cannery with its big addition
in the paper for which #125 is to be paid.
roll of the town. The time is
To raise this money a special committee
Couehees from $5.50, $6.00 and up;
if but the effort lie made,
was appointed made up of A. E. Kearnes,
Rockers from $1.75 and up, good val­
will l»e one of the
<'.us Newbury ami John S. Orth to solicit
points of Southern
contributions from all who arc interested
hi the upbuilding of Jacksonville and vi­
cinity. From Ashland Mr. Carnes se- [
Dressers, Suits and Sideboards, Cur­
It would add greatly to the appearance
cured #2ixt and from Medford #125 and i
tains from 36 to 60 inches wide, Re-
of the streets of Jacksonville if the
from the fruitmen in vicinity of Medford I
shade trees and telephone poles were
member I trim and fit your windows.
and Jacksonville #100 more. At the close ’
kept free from all manner of posters and
of the board meeting Mr. Carnes put in
signboards. In all well regulated towns
his time until the afternoon train visit-
bill posters are absolutely prohibited from
ing various points of interest nbout
defacing the trees and poles with their
Jacksonville, taking views for the illllS-
signs, which soon become torn and di­
trations in the Jacksonville page, being
lapidated by the weather, giving the
streets a very untidy and unsightly ap­
assisted in his work by Emil Britt ami by
Chas. Meserve, president of th«- Imard.
sirriox* The Jaikoonvlllr s< utlnrl
will lw sent |o any addtrso. al any poatotnee III
the I'nit rd htHtr*. for four wrrk» for 10 Kilt»
All « u I mmî iptiori«, fvgubtr or (rial, wilt I m prompt
Iy Mop|>c<l nt the date of r* pi ration, unlrM u ir
iirwiti i * received
W. Conklin’s