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About Jacksonville sentinel. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1903-1906 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 18, 1903)
Canned Goods of every kind
fresh and first-class stock
Groceries and Provisions
best quality and lowest price
Men’s Oulinq Sults. Shoes
and a complete line of
Quaker Herl»*, three package, for one
dollar, at th«- City Drug Store.
Buy your Sewing Machine supplies of
C. W. Conklin.
Mi»* Annie Coppie of Ruch, ha* enter
ed th«- Jacksonville whool and i* mak
ing her home with Mr*. A. D. Flory.
C . W. Conklin ha* added sewing ma
chine* to the various hm-s of good* car
ried in hi* furniture store and Tuesday
he received a shipment of high grade
Tin-Grant* Pass school <>|xned last
week with an enrollment of M5O scholars
which is marly 21 Mf more thin last year,a
fact that shows that Grants Pass is a i
Rev. T. F. Crandall and Mrs. Cran- !
dall left Medford Turadav for their new
home at Loyal town California, where
Rev. Crandall takes the |>astorate of a
large Baptist church at that place.
^^hat is it
Pro|M»rtionate in price that has given you more
lasting satisfaction than
7? Fine Portrait
The pleasure derived from most jx»s*c**ion* is temporary
but a jx»rtrait is a human document and is often the only
means by which you are rememl»ered.
BEA LI. makes ’em at the
The WAYSIDE STUDIO
3 Mile* Northeast of Jacksonville
Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Wimer, now re
John Broad came up from San Fran
siding m ar Talent, but former residents
of J.n ksonville werr here Tu< «day visit cisco Sunday to attend to some bnsin« *s
ing friends and !<x>king up some pr<»|x-rty after which he will return to that city,
wh« re his family ar«- residing while their
interests that Mr. Wimer has here.
little son, Bvron, is being treated for
Rev. Harry Fergusen of Laconner, rheumatism <»f the heart. The l»oy was
Washington, will conduct services at th«- taken sick while his family resided at
Baptist church hi Midford Sunday and Gobi Hill. Nevada, ami they went to San
it is possible that he may be called to Francisco a couple of months ago. So
General Merchandise Store
lake the regular (Mstorate of that church. soon as the lx»y has recovered they will
Vou will always find the liest
SlabwiMxl in stove length* f I < mi per load probably return to Jackson county.
of rich, flaky icecream in my
at saw mill—Iowa Lumlx-r Co.
Game is reported to l»e quite plentiful
store, LEMONADE that is
Young People, Old People Mr. O. Gilbert, one of the GA R vet- in the Whiskey Peak district ami hunters
Cottle back iron there loaded with big
and All the People
sick for two weeks, but he is now able game. I.ast Mondav Anthony ami Ro-
to lx- alxiut the house with every pros bert Watkins and All»ert Collin* returned
jx-ct of s<x»n regaining his usual
three l»ears and four deer as trophic* of
Will find at the
Dr. W. S. Holt, D. D., 8 v nodical Miss
J. W. I.ipg is having erected one of the
ionary for the
Oregon, will pre «ch in Jacksonville the largest resilience* in Medford, it Ix-ing
first Sunday evening in October
He .’ItixfUl feet over all as the ship builders
preaches in Ph'xmix in the morning of say. The niain part will be two stories
Store the lx-»t of
high and there will lx- porches and other
the same day.
useful and ornamental reliefs that will
John Renault and Alex Thomjison with make it a very handsome dwelling. The
their blanket*. « mt« ill and other <-qui|>- carpenter work is under the supervision
ment went to Medford Wednesday morn of R. W. Gray, one of the best mechanics
mg to g<> into c«tup with their comrades in Medford.
at the en -ampment Ix-ing held all this
As befitting a copper king, George E.
week at Medford.
Nenher, who owns a nunilx-r of fine cop-
Canned I rults
John F. Eads, who has the <lejx>t new per claims on the Applegate, win« h may
and second hand store west of the de|x»t yet make him a second W. A. Clark, or a
at Medford ha* received a shipment «»f Marcus Daily, ha* fitted up an office at CARRIAGE,
list airtight stoves that are the l»est and his saloon, til«- furniture fur which would
the cheapest on the market. He has 5<HI not l»e out <>f place in a bank. A corner
Stationery, Cigars and To other articles on which he can give a of his billiard room is partitioned off by
an artistic ir«»n grill work with cherry-
bacco. Fine Billiard Parlor dose pricr to customers.
Roy t’lrich whois a merchant by pro- wood trimming*. Inside this enclosure
fesion, but a farmer by proxy, Ins left a is a fine roll top desk «nd comfortable
First-class work guaranteed -.nd
lx-et and carrot at the Sentinel exhibit office « hair*. And thus the improvements
at prices that are right.
that would not miss far getting the pre go on about Jacksonville.
mium at the old time country fair. The
40 inch mount vernon draper «luck,
NEW AND SECOND HAND vegetables are good samples of the pro wagon cover duck. 50 inch black enamel
ducts of the fertile soil oT the Rogue carriage «luck f«>r sale at Nunan-Tavlor
The summer vacation l»eint’ over the
Furniture, Stoves, Hardware, Bed
carries all kinds of miners tools and Medford Lewis & Clark Club will meet
ding. Notions and a hundred and
supplies ami his supplies ami prices are at tile resilience of Mr*. J. D. Heard on
one omls and ends. Anything for
Monday evening September 2S. The
the house or farm at the lowest
N. Deiscli and his little sons Louis and offi.-ers of this Club arc Mrs. I.. P. Hublis,
Carl arrived home last Saturday from president. Mrs, J. 1). Heard, 1st vice
Cinttabar Springs where they camped for president. Mrs. G. II. Haskins, 2d vice
Wm Puhi, Prop
the |>ast two months. Carl, for whose president. Mrs. M. L. Alford, secretary
DEPOT health th«- outing was made was greatly and Mrs. I. A. Webb,’treasurer. One of
OREGON benefited and he gamed greatly while in the object* will lx.- to work for the suc
the mountains. Louis developetl into, cess of the Lewis & Clark fair, but much
•piite a successful hunter fora 13 year of the time of the meetings this winter
Three Fine Chairs
old boy, for he succeeded in killing two will be devoted t* literary lines.
Special line of new Cookstoves
Miss Elizabeth Ferguson will return
All Good Cookers and at Bed
his wife’* health has resigned hisfiosition her parents in Medford when she will
as Baptist field missionary for Southern return to Wellen to again take up teach
Oregon and will about the first of Oct- ing. Miss Ferguson resigned her school Two fine Bathrooms with the
olx-r move to Portland.
Rev. Hollcroft in the Kent district to teach in Commiss
in hi* work in this val'ev lias made many ioner Riley’s district where she is to get best tubs cleanest towels, etc.
friends win» will regret his leaving a salary of J411 per month and ht r school
Southern Oregon, though they will give j is to commence Monday. Mrs. Lulu
liini their last w ishes in Ins new field Perry, of Central Point will finish the
term in the Kent district. Mi** Ferguson
C. B. Rostel who owns the lot facing had resigned to go to Ashland to take a
D street north of the Palm-Bodge bkx-k course at the Normal school, but Com
in Medford has let the contract to Spen- missioner Riley and the other patrons of
cer ami Childers to erect a one storv the school in tiiat district were so lilx-ral
brick building 25x50 feet. Work was be in their offer that she deferred her Nor
Racycles, Ramblers and
gun Monday by Mr. Childers and he mal course ami took their school. Both
expects to have th«- building completed Miss Ferguson and Mrs. Perry are first-
other standard bicycles.
ill three weeks. It will lx- used by Hall class teachers and their schools will be
and general repair
iSt Voting as a billiard room annex to the quite sure to compare well with any in
work done promptly
Repairs made to bicycles
at a reasonable
M. G. Hodge, who came to Medford
sewing machines, guns
What Is Life.
last fall and opened a law office and who
In the last analysis nobody knows, but
ami all kinds of small
has proved himself t<» lx- an energetic at-1
tornev, has decide«! to become a |x-rman- we do know that it is under strict law.
ent resident of the town ami he is now Abuse that law even slightly, pain results.
having a tine residence 34x3H erected on Irregular living means derangement of
West Seventh str-et, where he has two the organs, resulting in Constipation,
I>r. King s
sightly lots in one of the best parts of Headache or Liver trouble.
the town. The carpenter work is Ix-ing New Life Pills quickly readjusts this. It’s
7th St, Shop
done by W. J. Halley, P. J. Halley gentle, yet thorough. Only 25c at City
OREGON and J. W. Miller.
I >rug Store.
T elephone !
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J. F. EADS & SON.
COR. ORECON AND CALIFORNIA
E. S. WOLFER