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About Jacksonville sentinel. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1903-1906 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 4, 1903)
George Von der Hellen of Welleil, was
visiting his friends hen- Sunday .
and his sister exjiect • to leave in .r few
days for Corvallis where they will cuter
the Agricultural College. George will
take the course of electrical engineering
which will take him tour years or more
The popularity of this
school is constantly increasing which is
due to the excellent management ami the
adaptibility to the needs of every day lite
of tile course offered.
If you want to rent a farm or have land
to rent see T. C. Norns. Jacksonville.
of Eugene, but formerly from the East. 1
Rev. Childs in supply for the present in
the pulpit of the Christian church in
Medford an<l he is so well pleated with
the town and country that he may us-j
siime the regular pastorate of the church
and liecoine a ]>eniianetit resilient of
Medford. Rev. Chillis on seeing some
of the Jacksonville Board of Trade letter
Iliads and envelopes paid them the com
plement of telling more in fewer words
than any immigration literature he had
W hen troubled with constitution try
Chamberlain's Stomach and
Tablets. They are easy to take and
product? no griping or other unpleasant
effect. For sale by City Drug store.
Miss Francis Baines and Miss Olive
Buffer, who have taught the grammar
and intermediate dejmrtmente respective
iv of the Jacksonville public school for
the past two years will leave Monday for
Eugene to enter the I'niversitv of Ore
gon. Miss B inn s is a graduate of Imth
the Jacksonville and Medford high
schools and has spent one year at the
state normal school at San Jose, Califor
nia. She has taught very successfully in
Several districts in this county, includ
tug Gohl Hili and Jacksonville.
Buffer is also a graduate of th«- Jackson
ville high school and has done consider
able work in preparation for teaching
and for her intended work in tile umver
sitv. She has taught in a number < f dis
tricts since her graduation a few yens
ago and is a successful instructor. Both
declined reelection last June, having de
cided to further prepare themselves for
their work by a complete course at the
George Love, a former prominent bus
iness man of this place who has been in
Alaska for three years, has been visiting
in this part of the country the jiast <ew
«lays. He is accompanied by his daugh
ter, Miss Agnes, who has been attending
the Portland high school since leaving
Jacksonville a year ago. Mr. Love has
lieen engaged in selling beef cattle in
Alaska, which he has found to lie a pro
fitable business. He expects to return
soon to resume his work.
The law says that the fall term of
circuit court for Jackson County shall
convene the first Monday in September
of each year, but a law of recent years
fixed the first Monday in Septemlier a
state legal holiday to lie known as Labor
Day. That being a new legal day no
court can be held and Judge Hanna will
not commence court until Tuesday morn
ing of next week. Tile docket is up to
the average length, but the term may
not be so very long as many of the cases
may not come to trial.
In Praise of Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera
Prospectors, campers, timberland cruis
and Diarrhoea Remedy.
ers will find our stock of staple and
•■Allow me to give vou i few words in
fancy groceries qu te complete, and praise of Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera
prices alway s the lowest at Nu nan-Taylor aud Diarrhoea Remedy," savs Mr. John
Hamlett, of Eagle Pass, Texas. “I suffer
Clarence Hafer superintendent of the ed one week with bowel trouble and trxik
Iowa Lumlier Company went down to all kinds of medicine without getting
Grants Pass Wednesday afternoon return any relief, when my friend, Mr. C John
ing by Thursday nights train, the object son, a UK reliant here, advised tile to take
of his trip being to buy a large lot of this rctnedv. After taking one dose I felt
lumber for his company, most of which greatly relieved ami when I had taken
will be shipped direct to their wholesale the third dose was entirely cured. I thank
yard in Council Bluffs, but a part of it van from the Ixittom of my heart for put
w ill be first brought to Jacksonville and ting this great remedy in the hands of
put through the planing mill. The Iowa mankind." For sale by City Drugstore.
Lumlier Company has more orders than
they can till and at their Eastetn yard
F. K. Deuel has returned from the
they could sell double the lumlier that
they can ship from Oregon.
Ivan Humason was in town Monday
H T. Mitchell of the firm of Mitchell
Bros., liverymen in Ashland, was here from his Cinnabar mines.
Wednesday on a business trip, He was Miss Lulu Briggs of Ashland spent Sun
accompanied by his father -in-law, B. F. day here with the Misses Angle.
Foley. of Wallowa county w ho is making
S. S. Pentz, the attorney, has returned
a visit with relatives in Ashland. This from a professional trip to San Francisco.
is Mr. Foley's first visit to this part of
The merry-go-'round left town last
the state and lie is well pleased with the Tuesday, much to the grief of the small
country and its resiurces. While in this
place he visited the grounds of I’. Britt
Mrs. G. H Haskins md daughter Fan
and was greatly surprised to see the
palms lemon and banana treesand other nie have returned from their homestead
plants and shrubs of tropic and semitrop- on Big Butte.
Miss Centennia Rotliermol and Mrs.
ic varieties growing in the open yard.
E. W. Carver have returned from the As
The Ashland Preserving Company is
working up to its average capacity, savs
Saturday was a big day w ith the “hub,"
the,Tribune, and the canning depart
ment is just finishing the black berries many Jacksonville people being here to
and making a good beginning on peaches attend the circus.
The Merrinian-Bradlev party have re
and string beans. Next week they will
commence putting up tomatoes and turned from their Klamath trip, well
Bartlett pears. Their output of preserves, tanned and satisfied.
catchup, jams, jellies, fiuit butters, chili
Jeff. Herd returned last Monday from
sauce, etc., is quite extensive. The the Oro Grande mining camp at Steam
plant's full capacity is 10,000 cans per boat. He will remain in town but a short
day and during this season it will turn time.
out 0,000 cans per day for a time during
A. A. Davis left last Friday on a pleas
the tomato season. An average of fifty ure and business trip for Portland and
hands is employed, largely women and other North Pacific jioinis. He expects
to be gone for some time.
A. Fx,McCrary, who has a small ranch
Miss Lottie Little has returned from
ou tfit hill south of town and who is de Grants Pass, where she has lieeli spend
monstrating that the hills back of Jack
ing the summer. Her sister, Mrs. Fred
sonville are capable of producing many
kinds of fruit successfully, as well as ?4iller, of that city, accompanied her
home and is spending a few days with
farm crops, has left for the Sentinel office friends and relatives.
exhibit two stone Indian relics and a fine
grained whetstone or hone, that for qual
ity compares very well with the best
Two fine store rooms, each 25x80 feet
hones made from rock in the East. It is in White-Thomas brick block. Medio rd,
almost as fine grained as the famous Oregon.
New, well-furnished rooms,
Turkish hones and it will put a very keen with a big warehouse in the rear, Apply
edge on a ktiife. Tile rock ts from a big to White & Trowbridge.
ledge of rock in the Siskiyou mountains
Fearful Odds Against Him.
south of Ashland atid there is little
doubt that eventually the quarry will be
Bedridden, alone ami destitute. Such,
developed and the manufacture of fine in brief was the condition of an old sol
hones will be added to the line of indus dier by name of J. J. Havens, Versailles,
tries of Southern Oregon.
O. For years he was troubled with Kid
County Treasurer D. II. Miller was ov ney disease and neither doctors nor med
er from Medford Tuesday to look after icines gave him relief. At length he tried
the affairs of his office, which is being Electric Bitters. It put him on his feet
conducted by Deputy Treasurer Robert in short order and now he testifies: “I’m
Dow for the jiresent while there is little on the road to complete recovery." Best
Every account was on earth for Liver and Kidney troubles
doing in the office. ------
balanced up to a cent for Mr. I low is a and all forms of Stomach and Bowel com
Accompan- plaints. ’ Only 50c. Guaranteed by City
very thorough bookkeeper.
ying Mr. Miller was Rev. E. A. Cliikls l Drug Store.
IVe can fill orders promptly for
fruit boxes in any quantity from
one hundred boxes to a carload.
Made from best quality seasoned
Retail and wholesale, rough or
dressed. Shipments made tc any
part of the United States.
and Box Factory,
We have the largest and best list in Southern Oregon 01
Fruit, Alfalfa, Dairy and Stock Lands, Timber Lands,
Mining Bargains and Town Property.
Sewing Machines, Lime, Cement
wool and mohair.
ALL KINDS OF FRESH MEATS
:: WHOLESALE and RETAIL ::
Special attention given to orders from a distance for
Mining Camps and Mills. Meats shipped promptly and in