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About Jacksonville sentinel. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1903-1906 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 11, 1903)
Ginned Goods of every kind
fresh and firsl-dass stock
Groceries and Provisions
best quulily and lowest price
Men’s Outinq Suits, Shoes
and d complete line of
General Merchandise Store
Young People, Old People
and All the People
Will find .it the
CHRIS ULRICH & CO
Store th«- I m st of
Ice ( ream
Stationery, Cigars and To
bacco. Fine Billiard Parlor
J. F. EADS & SON.
Furniture, Stoves. Hardware. Bed
ding. Notion* and a hundred ami
one mills ami end*. Anything for
the house or farm at the lowest
| >ri ce*.
Special line of new Cookstoves
All (»ood Cookers and at Bed
Racyclcs, Ramblers and
other standard bicycles.
Repairs made to bicycles
sc winy machines. guns
and ad kinds of small
(minty ( ormnissioners' Court Meets,
The Counts Commissioners' Court met
ill regular s< ssion at the court house in
Jacksonville Thursday, Sept. 3, with
Counts Judge Prim, Count v ( lerk Orth,
Sheriff Rader ami Commissioners R il< v
and Patti rson pre sent.
Report* of counts officers wi re exam
inrd, loinpaieit ami approved.
In the mat'er of a |x-tition of A. C.
Nn bolson for a change in the counts
road leading through III* place, it having
lx rn lawfully advertised, it was ordered
tbit M M < lark. I.d Scott and J. M
Harli v be ap|x>inti d viewers and Garl T
Jones surveyor to lav out a new route
and report .it th- Octolx r session.
In the matter <>f bids for the cons ruc
tion of the Itoaz road lip ’he Applegate,
bids having Ircen received for a jxrrtion
of the roa 4 mils , and all bills Ix-ing coll
sill' H d too high. Illes wi re rejected ami
the counts < lerk was instructed to read-
vert i-c for bids giving bidders until Janu
ary 3mh, I‘.*IL Io complete the work, all
1»i<ls to tie on fib bv (tctolrer 7, P.MI3
Jason Hartman's bid of
constriu tlou of the Criitetllal bridge at
Gohl Hill was accepter!.
The resignation <>t G, W. Stevr ns a*
road siq«-rvisor of district no |.'> wa* ar
erpti d and T. J. West was iip|x>inied ili
hi* place to fill the linrxpircrl term.
In the matter of the p tition of J. c,
Phipps and others asking for v < n r* to
mark out a new county road it was or-
<1< rv<l that <'»irl T Join s, as surveyor,
and S G. Vaults kc ami Itav.d Lilin, a*
viewer*, imet on SeptemlM-r Itith for th it
hi th<- matter of a counts road peti-
tinned for W. II Stltlson and other*. It
was ordered that Counts Stirvev < r Jon-*
ami Geo Brow n ami I. W. Thom is. vu-w
er*, meet on September 22d ami mark
out the road.
The following exjx-nsc accounts were
audited and allowed:
Exp Count v court........... .
•• Circuit court...............
“ Sheriff's office............
•• Clerk's office..............
Recorder's office .......
• »• »
“ Treasurer’s office ......
“ School Supt office......
Current exp........................... .
Court house exp...................
Care of indigent ...........
For bridges ami roads .
•¿jyhat is it
Pro|x,rt innate in price that ha* given yon more
lasting satisfaction than
Æ Fine Portrait
The ph- iMirc derived from .most possession* is temjx»rarv
but a jiortrait i* a human document ami i* often the only
means bv which von are rememlxn d.
Bl.ALL makes ’em at the
The WAYSIDE STUDIO
3 Mile* Northeast of Jacksonville
W. K Hinkl- has faith kept nails in
in the air since he laid the foundation for
a dwelling house on South Third street
with the risiilt that he will have it so far
completed th it he will I k - able to move
his family into it next week.
W. Estell Phipps has removed his law
office from Medf »rd to Ashland wher- be
will hereaf er reside. Mr. Phipp* in the
sear* that he has practic -d his profession
in thiscounty has made many friends wln>
have the Itesi of wishes for hi* Micce»* m
hi* new l<M* ition.
Vcu vs ill alwava find the l*-*t
<4 rich, flaky icecream in my
»tore, LEMONADE that is
Joseph S. Wertz a former Jackson
co intv reswlcnt an 1 a brother of S. M
Wertz of I'moiitow n, ha* entered the
postal service ami is now doing dutv on
the Portland-Dunsmuir run a* an extra
When there is a vacancy he
will lx- assigned to a |x-rmanent run on
some of the Pacific Coast railroad*.
T. J. W iLiamson and family and J. W.
Myer* and family ami Mrs. 1 J. Kenney
ami Mrs. Etta Taylor who is fiom Mun
cie, Indian.i. arrived home Tuesday noon
from a two weeks trip to Crater Lake
uml Pelican Bas. files wen’ bv wav of
Rogue river ami returned by the D. ad
Indian road. Thev rejx»rted a delightful
trip ami that Crater Lake in granduer
ami Ireimty far exceeded their expecta
tion* Tiles were cam jk d for two days
and night* at the lake and fully explored
it* wonders. W bile they were there the
and general repair
Miss Josie Saltmarh is up at I »earl
waters of the lake wi re a* smooth as
work done promptly
Indian visiting her cousin Air*. If D.
gla*» making the lake like agreat mirror
at a reasonable
in which the surrounding walls were re
Sam Van Dyke and family of Medford fleeted in perfect outline.
have Ireeii visiting A S. Kleinhammer's
N. S. Bennett, who is an orchardist by
profession and a photographer for rec
Mi** Heriieiec Cameron Iregan a three reation has left at the Sentinel office a
month* ti r n of school in district No. 27. |>anoramic photograph of Crater Lake
on Monday , Aug. 31.
th<- negative for which he took when on
Rev. C H Hoxie will preach at the a trip to the lake the first of July. The
7 th St, Shop
rim of the lake was yet covered in many
I'mon school house the third Sundav in
place* with »now and a* the smoky
Sept at 3 o’clock P. M
weather of summer had not vet obscured
flic rain ha* done considerable damage the atmosphere the view was perfect and
in the hav fields in this section, as most the photograph is *o clear as to show
of the fanners have their hay down.
all the details of the wonderful scene.
The photograph shows the entire circuit-
Ivan Hiimason of Medford returned to
Cinnabar to bring hi* wife ami daughter ference of the lake and is mounted upon
out to Medford where tiles will sjiend a sectional card Ixrard fastened by rib
bons so that it can lie folded. When
opened out the picture is over three feet
There has lieen a large crowd at the long. Mr. Bennett will mail the picture CARRIAGE,
Cinnabar Springs all summer. A B to any address for #2, hl* address Irving
Saltmarsh will start for the springs Tues- Medford.
das morning accompanied bv Chas.
Catimp of Sterling. Mr. Saltmarsh will
bring N Disch ami two sons out. when wood is cheaper than tn any other town
in the valley is making good headway
he returns on Thursday. Mr. Saltmarsh
become the fuel of general use. Sev
w ill be quite bnsy for some time a* he
First-class work guaranteed and
has s et all the w inter's supplies to pack eral families hi town now have gas rang
at prices that are right.
Plumber G. H. Elkertoii has put a gas
Mr. ami Mrs, A. M. Cougill came out heater in Dr. (’»ale's residence and one in
from Cinnabar Sundav, accoinpann d bv his office, and two weeks ago he put in a
their daughter Mrs. James Landrith and gas range for Mrs. Gale to do her cooking
babv, who have been visiting at Cinna u|xm. Next week he will put a range in
bar for some time. Mr. and Mrs. Caugill the house Henry Orth is having fitted up
will acconi]Miny her as far as Gold Hill on the corner of Third and Pine streets.
where she will take the train and start He will also put in light fixtures. Bv
for her home at Sumpter. Ore. Mr. and the wav Mr Orth’s house with its out
Mrs. Caugill will go back to their home side coat of suotless white and inside
at Cinnabar in a few days Mr Caugill is furnishings that embrace all that go to
one of tile owners of the mines there.
make a convenient and homelike place,
Will Puhi, Prop
will be one of the model houses of Jack
Mrs. Mary Miller, who accompanied sonville when it receives the finishing
Mrs L. C. Sisemore two weeks ago to touches from the hands of the girl whois
her home at Eort Klamath, will return to preside over it ami lie the life conijxtn-
the first of next week from her visit.
ion of Jacksonville's jxipnlar meat dealer.
If von have anv Timlxr land you want
What Is Life.
Three Fine Chairs
to si’ll—See T. C. Norris.
Rev. Hoxie of the Dtmkard church
has been holding revival meetings at the we do know that it is under strict law.
Griffin Creek school house for the past Abuse that lavs even slightly, pain results.
week. The attendance has been large and Irregular living means derangement of
the organs, resulting in Constipation.
much interest has been manifested.
Headache or Liver trouble.
Dr. King's Two fine Bathrooms with the
Calcutta wheat bags, barlev or oat bags. New Life Pills quickly readjusts this. It's
Shawsheen linen bag twine, in lots to suit. gentle, vet thorough. Only 25c at Cits best tubs cleanest towels, etc
Nuime Tas lor Co.
M c D aniels
E. S. WOLFER
COR ORECON AND CALIFORNIA