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About Jacksonville sentinel. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1903-1906 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 11, 1903)
has taken up the work of helping build
up Jacksonville, and has written a long
letter in reply to a score of questions
A special train w ill lx- run Tuesday from a Illinois |x-rs«>n who repn-sents a
evening at 7 o'clock to Medford for numlx-r of families who wish to visit
those desiring to attend th«- G. A. R. Oregon. Jacksonville has been wailing
encampment at that blace. Round trip for a quarter of a century for others to
blow its horn, but nos taking hee«l of
the late Josh Billings who -slid "Blow
Mr«. O. Harbaugh, Mrs. C. W. Conklin your own horn anti the s.une »hall be
ami Miss Ethel Flory went to Central blown,” the town is letting the worhi
Point this Friday afternoon to attend the know its many advantages and opjior-
quarterly- meeting held in the M. E. Utilities with the result that it is on the
church at that place.
map once more as a live, progressive
The Grants Pass baseball team came ' town.
to Jacksonville last Sunday to have an
Chas Basye has Ixiught of David Cron-
other try at the Itx'al club. They met a etn tiler his blacksmith shop, with Un
harder proposition than ever, ami went building, lot and tools. Mr. Basye is
home defeate«! by a score of 19 to 4, Les known over Jackson county as one of the
ter Jacksonville's pitcher holding them best all-around blacksmith that there is
«lowii to one safe hit.
in Southern Oregon and there is no class
Marshal W. G. Kenney was off «lutv of work but what he can handle, lit will
Tuesday and Wednesday *»f this week as have a ti.»t class mechanic to assist linn
a result of illness that came near develop an«! all work will lx- prompt!) «lone. Mr.
ing into ptomaine poison can* ,1 bv eat Cruneuiiller has Ix-en at the forge in
ing musk melon that h id lx u cut and Jacksonville since 1SB2 and he is going
expose«! to the air over nigh’..
For the to take a rest and go to the mountain»
two days W. K. Hinkle wore the star and on pr«>»|x-cting tour this fall.
he showtxl that lie was fully equal to the
The Jacksonville school will <>jx-n
Monday as Contractor Snook ex|x-«-ts lo
Prospectors, campers, timberlaml cruis have the schixd rixmis in readme»» Io
ers will find our stock of staple ami that time, though the entire building will
fancy groceries qu te complete, and not be completed. Mr. Sn«x«k has made
prices always the lowest at Nunan-Taylor extra effort» to get additi«>nal men and to
crowd his w«»rk with the greatest sjiecd
Medforii is making every preparation > consistent I with g«xx!
to entertain the old soldiers of
Southern He has met with constant delays in
Oregon in their annual encampment : receiving material hi» late»t inconvi n-
which begins Monday < and lasts until ience being in getting the two furnaces
" ' and the heating plant installed.
Friday, in a manner that will lx- a credit
to the town.
Tents, coffee fuel and Ixxir«! has also Ix-en delayed in securing
straw will lx- furnished free of charge to I the fixtures and supplies ordered by
all ol«I soldiers. Governor Chambetlain. them only part having arrived, the
Department i teachers* desks and the ix-11 not being
Commander Turner and Asst. Adjutant shipped and will not arrive for another
General Mayo are to be present and week.
September Term Circuit Court.
Canned fruit Never
.Spoil* in the
S hort L ine
Mr. Nunan returned Sundav from San
Circuit Court was convened Tuesday
Francisco where he had been for a week morning by Ju«!ge H K. Hanna. Coun
purchasing gixxis for his store. He found ty Clerk John S. Orth. Sheriff Joseph M
business go«xi in California but like all Rader and Court Reporter F. M. Calkin»
Southern Oregonians he was not please«! . were pres-nt. Chas. Shultz was m ule
with Californian climate, especially with Ixeiliff. All the juror» were sworn in ex
San Francisco's fogs and he returns as cept H. M. Cos» of Medford who was ex
from previous trips abroad more delight cused on account of sickness in his lami-
ed than ever with Rogue River valley, its I lv. No grand jury was drawn, Judge-
climate, its productiveness, scenery and Hanna deciding that it was not necessary
its progressive people.
for this term as under the law the prose-
Wm. M. Colvig returned Saturday i cuting attorney can on tiling an fnfurma-
from Milwaukee where he had been to ■ tion bring criminal cases before the
TIN FRUIT CANS
attend the National Fraternal Congress. court. It is Judge Hanna's p'in to call a
Mr. Colvig says he found the weather
Handmade anil soldered without
acid so fruit cannot lx- poisoned.
very disagreeable in the F^ast owing to | needless exjxn»e to the taxpayers.
The Jackson county liar was represent-
continued rains and cold, he experienc
ing as much cold rainy weather as in j ed by A. E. Reames. W. M. Colvig, J. R.
Oregon in the winter months. Through i Neil, Chas. Prim, Gu» Newbury, Clar
the great wheat districts of Minnesota ence Rrame» of Jacksonville; W. I. Vaw-
and Dakota the farmers will have a I ter. M. G. Hogg, C. P. Snell, S. S.
serious time trying to save their crops Pentz, A. M. Cannon, I,. G. Narregan,
M. Purdin, Medford; E. D. Briggs, U'.
from ruin by the rains.
E Phipps, C. B. Watson, F. M. Calkins, Modford,
W. R. Stansell returned Tuesday from Ashlaii’’; E. B. Dufur. Joseph Hammers-
Ohio where he was in conference with ley, Gcl«l Hill. Other attorneys were G.
his associates in regard to putting in a H. Durham an«l A. S. Hammond of
saw mill on Foots creek where they have Grants Pass and H. H. Ridell of Port
In th«- Circuit Court of the State of Or
a large body of timber. As to the plans land.
egon. for the County of Jackson.
of his company Mr. Stansell has nothing
Janies Riley and James Lacey, the two
Ida L- Wilson, plaintiff vs. Charles F.
at present for publication, but it is likely Ashland men who have Ix-en iu jail here
\\ ison, defendant.
that in the near future will have his since last spring on a charge of robbing
To Charles F. Wilson, defendant.
plans consummate«! and then another in a cripple boy of a knife, were discharge«!
In tin- Name of the State of Oregon:
dustrial venture will he added to Jackson on the recommendation of District At
You ar«- hereby require«! to apjx-ar
county’s wealth. Mr. 1 Stansell reports torney Reames, he holding they had Ix-en
and answer the complaint filed against
times g«>od in the East ami much inter- sufficiently punished.
you in the alxive entitled Suit within ten
est manifested by jxrrsons desirous of
Ida lax- Grimes, said not to lie bright, «lavs from the date of the service of this
moving to Pacfic coast.
and charge«! with burning a school-house Summons upon you, if served within
Henry Wendt. Jr. and Elmer and on Evans creek had her trial set for this this County, or if nerved within any
Thomas Lester having made preparations Saturday. Gus Newbury is her attorney other County of this State, then within
to go to California for the winter, their and she is out on bond given by Mr. twenty «lay s from tile date of the service
friends gave them a surprise party Tues Nunan.
of this Summons u ] m > ii you; and if bt
In the suit of A. S. Hammond against publication, then on or before the expir
day evening that was a very enjoyable
affair. Elmer Lester’s work in ball team John an«l Marie Durtiing to collect on ation of six weeks from the commence
this summer having been a leading attorney fee of f 190 the Jury awarded ment of such publication ami if you fail
factor in placing the Jacksonville team i 170.
so to answer for want thereof, the plain
In the case of Rolx-rt Ferguson vs. C. tiff will take a default against yon. and
in possession of the championship of
Southern Oregon the baseliall boys anti R. Ray to recover the value of some gol«l will apply to the Court for till- relief
their friends have induced the Lester ore found where it ha«l been hidden or prayed for in her complaint, viz: For
Bros, and Mr. Wendt to postpone their : lost on property belonging to Dr. Ray the dissolution of the marriage contract
leaving until Sunday and give an enter- ! and rented by Ferguson and which was now existing la-tween the plaintiff and
tainment at the U. S. hall this Saturday surrendered to Ray by Ferguson, the jury defendant, ami for the award to plaintiff
evening. The entertainment is to be a rendered a decision in favor of Ferguson of the «-are ami custo«ly of the minor
benefit to Mr. Lester and the baseball I for|lH!tO. Dr. Ray’s attorney’s were A. child of sai«l parties, and such further
boys are striving to secure a full house S. Hammond and A. E. Realties. and.Mr. relit f as to the Court may seem etpiitable.
for the evening. The entertainment will Ferguson’s were E. B. Dufur an«l H. H.
This Summons is published pursuant
lx- surely well worth attending for the Riddell.
to an order made by Hon. H. K. Hanna,
Lester & Wendt troupe have the reputa- J
Circuit Judge of the First Judical Dis
tion of being able to give a highclass In Praise of Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera triet at Chambers in Jacksonville, Ore-
programe that will please their audience.
and Diarrhoea Remedy.
gen, on the 21st «lav of August, IM»
‘ Allow me to give you a few words in which order requires that this summons
The board of trade stationery is begin
ning to bring Jacksonville to the atten praise of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera lx- published in the Jacksonville Sentinel,
tion of homeseekers and investors in the aud Diarrhoea Remedy,” says Mr. John a newspaper of general circulation pub
short time that it has been in use by the | Hamlett, of Eagle Pass, Texas. ‘‘I suffer lished in Jacksonville, Oregon, for a
citizens of Jacksonville.
Emil Britt. : ed one week with bowel trouble and took period of six weeks.
The date of the first publication of
chairman on the committee on manufac- | all kinds of medicine without getting
tures has received a letter from a man in I any relief, when my friend, Mr. C. John- I this summons is August 21, 1903.
COLVIG & DI RHAM,
Ohio who asks about the feasibility of son, a merchant here, advised me to take
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
putting in a grist mill in Jacksonville. J this remedy. After taking one dose I felt
Already Secretary T. J. Williamson has greatly relieved and when I had taken
receive«! several letters inquiring about : the third dose was entirely cured. I thank
Teamsters having heavy teams can
Jacksonville ami vicinity. Johnnie Bar- von from the bottom of niv heart forput-
nnm, conductor on the Jacksonville rail-[ ting this great remedy in the hands of have a good paying job logging for the
road, though not a member of the Ixiard, mankind.” For sale by City Drug store. Iowa Luinlier Company.
D. H. Miller
A mo U nion P acific
I’HRLL TRAINS to the LAST
DAILY from PORTLAND
Through Pullman standard ami Tourist
•h < iting < ara daily to < m> ih ■ C liicago.
SiMikane; tourist »h-cning car» «tally to
Kansas Citi ; through Pullman tonhat
sleet ing cars i personal I \ conducted i
1 Chicago. Kansas Citi. reelin
mg chair ’ car» f seal» free) to th«- East
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I .30 p in
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Ft. Worth, < itnalia,
Kansas City, St.
Louis, Chicago ami
Walla Walla. Irw
Walla«-«-, Pul Iman,
St. 7:35 a in
Paul, Duluth, Mil
PORTLAND to CHICAGO
No Change of Cars.
Tickets Eaet via all rail, or lx»at ami rail
Ocean and River Schedule
Al) sailing dales
M p. m. I subject to change.
For San Francisco-
Hail every five days
4 p. HI.
Daily ex. | C olumbia R iver . |
4 p. ni.
M p. m. To Astoria and
ID p. m. I
A. I .. CRAIG, Gen. Pas. Agt.,