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About Jacksonville sentinel. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1903-1906 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 4, 1903)
Notice to Jacksonville School Scholar*. Grants Pass, the object of their visit t<
School w ill open Monday, Sept. 14th, the county seal living to look up an ass
ami in order that the liest work lx (loin- essmenl matter that isto come la-fore tin
all scholars should enter at that time. Ou next meeting of the Ixsird of equalization.
Friday afternoon ami Saturday forenoon. The proja rty in question is some timlx-r
Sept. 11th and 12th, the principal will laud in which there is an alleged error
lx- in his room at the school building to in assessment.
confer with scholars alxnit their studies
E. S. Wolfer, the Medford tinner mid
and assign to their proper grades those L. 11 Yoder from near Hublmrd, Marion
who do not have re|x»rts of work done ill county, and a schoolmate in then scluail
other public schools of this state. There day*, were in Jacksonville Wednesday
will be a teachers’ meeting at 2 o’clock, evening fora short time while out tor a
Saturday. Sept. 12th in the sclnxB build bicycle ride, Mr Vialerwhoisa farmer,
ing. Scholars will need the following states that the fanners of the Willamette
valley are making money this year. They
First grade—Wheeler’s Primer, Tablet have the largest oat crop grown tor
years past, some of the fields going I imi
Second grade—First Reader. Drawing bushels to the acre. Their wheat is
No 2. Tablet and pencil.
yeilding well though tile acreage is short
ele- owing to so much land Ix-ing put to
men t ary
of grass the last f« w years. The hax crop
geography, drawing No. 3.
is the largest ever harvested, owing to
Fourth grade—third reader,
intro- increased acreage and lieavy yields. Po
«factory language, elementary arithme tatoes are a gixxi crop and hops tine with
of geography, speller. prices going up. The Willamette farmers
Primer of Health, drawing No. 4. sjx-11- as arc the farmers of South« rn Oregon
ing blank, tablet and [x-ncil.
art- prospering in a manner that is ex
Fifth grade—fourth reader, introduct ceedingly stimulating to their Imnk ac
ory language, praticai arithmetic, ele count.
ments of Geography, Speller, Primer of
Judge E. B. Watson and Mrs. Watson
Health, eleiuentarv history, drawing
left Thursday for their home in Portland
No. ,*>, mental arithmetic, spelling blank,
after having sjx-nt six weeks m South
tablet and pencil.
ern Oregon. Mrs. Watson s|x-nt most of
Sixth grade—fourth reader. Graded
her time with her mother. Mrs. E. J.
Lessons in English, practical arithmetic,
Kubli, while the Judge in cotnpinv with
mental arithmetic. Elements of Geogra
Henry Kubli spent alxuit a month in the
phy. speller, spelling blank. A Healthy
Body, elementary history, drawing No. hills at the headwaters of Applegatc
hunting and fishing, having great success
•>. tablet and pencil.
so they say killing deer in nunilx-r» and
Seventh grade—fifth reader, practical
catching w hole strings of fish, but K ip.
arithmetic, complete geography. mental
Kubli who was in camp at Cinnabar
arithmetic, speller, selling blank, A
te.l a different tale tor lie sivi
Healthy B«xly, advanced history, draw
the Judge and Henry came to camp and
ing No. 7, tablet and pencil.
never said venison to him once but were
Eighth grade—fifth reader, practical
glad to eat his liacon and t ike a generous
arithmetic, mental arithmetic, speller,
supply of his provisions back with them
spelling blank, Colton's Briefer Course
to their mountain camp.
in Physiology, advanced history, civil
government, («rawing No. S. Higher Les Mrs Wats >n greatlv enjoyed their visit
to Jacksonville for lx>'h wa re former resi
sons in English, tablet and |>encil.
dents of this place and they each have
Ninth grade—algebra, physical geogra
man« friends here. Judge Watson has
phy, Higher Lessons in English. Euro
become one of the leading memliers of
the Portland liar and his professional
Tenth grade—first year Latin, algebra,
duties are such that his could not contin
European history, rhetoric.
ue his vacation longer.
E. E. W ashburn ,
bates to Remember.
Saturday, Sept. 5—Fruitgrowers con
vention in Jacksonville under auspices
X? LOCAL NOTES.
of Rogue River Fruitgrowers Union.
Program for all «lav ami exercises to lx
If you have anv Timber land you want
held in Court House park Address bv
professors from State Agricultural col
to sell—See T. C. Norris.
lege and by prominent fruitmen of the
Marriage licenses have been issued this
week to C. E. Jones and belli i Plymire,
Monday, Sept.”— Meeting in M dford
Richard Kearns and Jennie Seng, C. E.
of all ministers in Jackson count« to
Billows and Lena Wyant, C. V. Pfaff and
organize a ministerial asMx'iation for
Stella B. Smith.
Slabwood in stove lengths JI .(Ml jx-r load Monday, Sept. 7—State Lalxir Dav, a le
at saw mill—Iowa Lumlier Co.
gal holiday and court house and banks
Mrs. J. B. Sells and little daughter
Tuesday. Sept. N—Circuit Court for Jack
Edna of Red Bluff. California, who have
son county convened bv Judge Hanna
been visiting relatives in Ashland and
Medford for several weeks. are visiting
Wednesday, Sept. l(i—Regular meeting
with Mrs. Sells sister. Mrs. I E. Wash
Adarel Chapter No. 3, O. E. S.. at Ma
burn, this week.
Curtains are trimmed to fit your wind
Monday*, Sept. 14—Jacksonville High
ows without extra charge at C. W. Conk
School opens fall term.
Has Sold a Pile ot Chamberlain's Cough
A repetition of the rattling good game
of two weeks ago is promised baseball
I have sold Chetnberlain's Cough
enthusiasts for the
Grants Pass nines will again cross bats Remedy for mon- than twenty years and
on the Neuber & Taylor grounds Sunday it has given entire satisfaction. I have
afternoon. It is possible that tins will sold a pile of it ami can recommend it
close the games for the season, after highly. —Joseph McElhiney, Linton,
which the bovs propose to take up foot Iowa. You will find this remedy a good
friend when troubled with a cough or
cold. It always affords quick relief and
Surprise egg whips, best on the mar- is pleasant to take. For sale by Citv
ket at Boyden's hardware store. Medford. Drug store.
C. H. Elmore, who formerly resided
near this place, but who now has a good
farm on Thompson creek, was in town
accompanied by his son
Joseph. Mr. Elmore was laying in his
supplies from the Jacksonville merchants
ami having some dental work done by
Dr. Shaw .
J. M. Whipple of Woodville, who was
a deputy under former assessor J C.
Pendleton, was in Jacksonville Thursday
accompanied by Atty. R. G. Smith of
SALT BY THE CAR LOAD.
salt, fine dairy salt,
stocK salt and the best
of table salt in any
quantity and at the
BICYCLE d STORE
Yon will finti nt Ryan's
Jacksonville, < fregoli,
the best variety ttf
STEEL DAVENPORT LOUNGES
I he latest thing in the Bed and
Lounge line Come and inspect.
I also take orders for
Harness and Saddles
T. C. NORRIS
Call dnd see my Stock.
MITCHELL, LEWIS & STAVER CO
MEDFORD BRANCH I). T. LAWION. Mqr.
Largest Slotk of farm Machinery in South«
Complete Line of Vehicles, embracing farm
and freight Waqons, Spring Wagons, Car
riages, Buqqies, ftc.
Haying dnd Hdrvestinq
forks dnd Wire Kope.
H. C. MACKEY
Racydes, Ramblers and
other standard bicvclcs.
Repairs made to bicycles
sewing machines, guns
and all kinds of small
Second Floor, Adkins Block,
MEDFORD SHOE SHOP
Fine Sh<a- Work ami Repairing
Work for Jacksonville patrons
receiver! by morning train and
finished to la- n luriictl on the
Shop on I street. opp. S. I*. Depot.
Mrs. A. 1
Professional Carpet Weaver
bint- Photography a Specialty.
lias « new Riving Shuttle I.oom
Special attention given to posing
mill is pr, ixireil to do strictly first
class work on carpets and tilg»
of children. Jill work guaran>
teed. Prices reasonable.