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About Jacksonville sentinel. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1903-1906 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 25, 1903)
Christ Fttor. C, lith Ohio mt
J K Weiduirn, A. 47th III inf.
A H Mullin. I 1st Pa inf.
Roll of Vrterdn Soldiers and .Sailors.
The following is a complete roster of
the veterans in attendance upon the
gathering of the Soldi.rs* and Sailors'
Reunion Association at Medford last
W H Patrick, I), 4th Kan inf.
Il | Gardner. 1». 3d Mo mtd lilt
W E Perkins, K, ,’Wth Wis inf.
Geo I! Perkins. A, 40th Wis inf.
Merritt Elliott, A 12th III cav.
M Wvrmtlhon. G. 12th K.m inf
P A Bender. I, 43d Wis inf.
Jno Terrill. C. 3rd Mich inf.
G S Horner, E, 26th Mass inf
Jacob S Rodgers, K. 3rd la eax
J K Pleasants, E, 12th Kan ini
Francis Johnson. 1). 2d Minn cav
Win S Hoagland. II, 25th III int
1 M Gibton, C, HUth < duo mt
Caleb Jeffries. F, lith la inf.
R F Vokuin. C. 2d III It art
Jno Wright, G, 13th Kan inf.
Wm Sydow. E, 23d 111 inf.
J C Smith, E. 17th la inf.
W Rawlings. E. 23d la inf.
W H Moore. K. 33d la inf.
A H Hooker, K, 12th Kas.
A T Driscoe, A. 1st Or inf.
J P True. I), 100th 1ml inf.
Rutus Cox. B. 5th Tenn inf.
E King, I, 3d Mich inf.
G W Bashford. C, 11th Wis inf.
J W Redden. H 16th la inf.
DR Andrus, B. 22d Mich inf.
R A Palmer. Mus. 3oth Wis inf.
R P Kendall; 11th I’ S C inf.
F M Stewart. C 50th Ills inf.
J W Miller. H. «3d Ind inf.
Patrick Daily, D. 1st Mo cav.
Oscar Carpenter, I. 1st Mibb art.
Geo P Gould, I, 1st Or inf.
Joel S Smith, D. 4th la inf.
W J Drunhill, D, 25th Ill inf.
N S Damon. G, 7th Vermont inf.
Isaac Coffman, F, 106th Ill inf.
Wilson Bowman, E, 3d Mass inf.
M Dillon, A. 2Sth N J inf.
W S King, E, 24th la inf.
Jas Kelso. K, 50th Ohio Inf.
A J Stewart. G. 2d M<> cav
J M Guches, K. NNtJi Ohio inf.
GeO I Aterill, I. 3d Ark cav.
G Noakland, B. Bracketts Minn B
R D Mavs. M. 16th Mo cav.
N B Bradbury. F, .Uth Ill inf.
W S Crowell, A, 2l(th l/hio inf.
T< B Ell Min.1t. 21th o’hi.i hif.
P A Hall, H. 1424 N V inf.
J Pher^egauy L, 2d Ohio hw strt.
B NjÖjineh,. F. «¡th Minn inf
Wuj Charley, B, 3d Itxi cav.
Isaac Wolf. Ji. 2d Ohio cav.
W Carroll, II 21*th Wis inf.
A P Talent. E, 1st Tenn inf.
Stephen Chafle. C, 142th 411 inf.
Get» King, C, 1st-Midi eng.
A-W Clemens. .Vi-1st Mo mtd inf.
J N Scott. D. l.s.VV3‘a *nt*
J H lJolsouiwb. 12th Ill cav.
J H Bear. H. 65th Ohio itif.
You will litui ;it Kvan's
Jacksonville, < irvjjon,
the best variety of
Alex Thompson, H. 14th la inf
Jno Renault, A, 100th N V mt.
Francis Mettgoz, F, 1st Mo eng.
A A Tbttrp, B, 12th Ken cav.
Frank Ka&shafer, G.tWth Pa int
Jas Hart, C, 1st Or cav.
R S Dunlap, H. I Mo. Mex war
Win Eaton. I. 11th III inf
Owen Keekan. K. loth Minn inf.
Chas H Hart. I 11th Ind inf.
J W Adams, I), Bill la inf.
S Sherman. I. Pth la inf.
A R Railway, D. 4th la inf.
W H Royse, B. 7th Mo cav.
Marion Yount, G, 51st Mo inf.
Jas G Clark, B, 23d Wis inf.
J J Lane, B, 17th Kan inf.
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J R Cook. E. 12th Kan inf.
J Heckathorn, K. 14th I' S inf. Sp-Am
M S Mood, F, 11th Mich inf.
A J Florey, A, Nth Ill inf.
Jno Watkins, B, INth Mo inf.
Squire Griffin. G, 1st Orc inf.
Jno Duggan. Gunlroat Connecticut
> I St m ey, E ■' b Mo cw.
Clark Williams, C 15th la inf.
C C Gall, Indian war.
STEEL DAVENPORT LOUNGES
H C McSeil. D, 33d Ja juf.
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f A J TSmith, D, 124th. Ill inf.
W I McNutt-,- B. 1st la cav.
it-Caine, A, 6th
lith Minn int.
S H Holtl'GunfiAat GJ it (JraiiL.a
T J Pearce, A, 33d 111 inf.
B B l’ahl. K.'Mth la cAv. ,
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E E White. C/PJRth Ohio tii'f ...
Frank Shafer. A, 34th Ind inf.
C Z Bush. G, 47th Wis inf.
Ira Dunham, I, Jst-Or inf. *'■ ■"
C J McLaughlin. D. 3llth Wis inf.
Levi Stewart. Kj 4!»th Ill -inf. » ' ' '
R Benedict. Indian war.
W P Powell. B. 73<l Ind inf.
J H Brantner, I, 44th Wis inf.
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T E Hills, I, 34th Ill inf.
Jno Woolsoncrvlt. B, 103th Ill inf.
J E Cox, F. 2d III cart-
M Caton, H, 21st Ohio inf.
Call and sec my Stock.
Jas Myers, B.Oth la inf.
John Coli-man, Bruce co Indian war.
J P Easter, 24tbJJndeptart. Ohio art.
zS M Nealon, Table Rock H, N Conn inf
A C Spence, A. 1st Or cav.
*W H Bradshaw. Brownsboro, C, 7th 111
A H Osborn. G, 4224 III itif. -
tW M Morris, Rock Point, A, 2d Ark.
R J Johnson, M, 4th M S M cav.-
¿D R Hiram, Cherokee City, Ark. C, 2d
S C Corl»etr, C hth-Ia inf.
H Ellis. D, 12th Mich Inf.
liobt, Lucas, Henley, Cal, A. 16th la.
J R Casev. D, 13th la inf.
¡no Prinhe. Roseburg, H, 2d 1’ S cav.
D High. F, 7th Cal inf.
Jos La’inpitt Cowlitz, Wash. B. 113th
J P Sayles. H, 1st Neb inf.
Jno D Sayles. K, 106th N Y inf.
Geo Wait, Watkins, L. 3d Wis cav.
Wm Morse. A, Nth Ohio inf.
H Laws, Woodville, K, 4Oth Wis inf.
W W Eastlick, A, S3 Ind inf.
Jas Bass. Roseburg, F, 2d III, Mex war
Largest Stixk of farm Machinery in South
D L Glen K, N2d Ind' inf.
Isaac Van Dorn. Merlin, Indian war.
Wm I.indsay, I. 51st Wis inf.
W H Case, Roseburg, A, 2d Or.
A D Ferguson, C. K4th Ohio inf.
J N Bonebrake, Kirbyville. A. 34th la.
Chas Ganiere, I, NNth Ill inf.
N M Hover, Phoenix, C. 33d Wis inf.
Complete Line of Vehicles, embracing farm
S N Judd. G, 34th la inf.
S S Jolly, Watkins, K 12th O inf.
I C Dodge, Woodville, H. 31st la inf.
and I reiqht Wagons, Spring Wagons, Car
W R Dickenson, G, 15th itif.
J W Heston, C. 13Nth Ill inf.
riages. Buggies, Etc.
W B Fuller, Portland, B. 3d N Y art.
E A Wade. H, 120th Ind inf.
J S Gordon. Spikenard. H, 15th itif la.
W M Hammon. L. 2d Mass cav.
J H Rickerson, Red Lodge, Mon,
G W Thomas. F, 57 Ohio inf.
Haying and Harvesting Machinery. Horse
2d Mo cav.
Theo Molt, D. lHth Wis inf.
forks and Wire Rope.
C-B Hayward, Dysart, la, E. 12th
Jno Patrick. H, 4'.»th Ind inf.
J^E Perdue, Woodville, A. 1st Or cav.
Eli S Wing. A, 4th la inf.
S A Carlton, Wellen, K, 3d la cav.
Byron Moore, D, 33d Ind inf.
J A Riley, Wellen. E, 62d O inf.
A Morris. K. 1st Ohio cav.
E Stevens, Woodville, D, 23d O cav.
C Gommell, 2d Ill inf.
S M Nangle, Klatnathon, F, 17th III.
Henry Thornton. Indian war
J H Walker, Etna, B, 5th itid Mo bat.
G E Evans, tith O V S S.
W B Hildreth, F. 54th Ill Inf.
In Praise of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
Sami Hoyt, G, K34Pa inf.
and Diarrhoea Remedy.
J E Peterson, qm 22d Wis inf.
J A Niday, A, 2d Mo inf.
‘•Allow me to give you a few words in
Joe Griffith, H, 65th Ohio inf.
praise of Chamberlain’s Colic, Cholera
II L Reed. G, 5th N Y art.
aud Diarrhoea Remedy,” says Mr. John
Fine Shoe Work and Retmirinv
Hamlett, of Eagle Pass, Texas. "I suffer
ed one week with bowel trouble and took
Work for Jacksonville patrons
all kinds of medicine without getting
received by morning train and
any relief, when mv friend, Mr. C. John
to lie returned on the
Genuine Liverpool son, a merchant here, advised me to take
Second Floor, Adkins Block,
this remedy. After taking one dose I felt
salt, fine dairy salt, greatly relieved and when I hail taken
Shop on I street, opp. S. P. Depot.
the third dose was entirely cured. I thank
stocK salt and the best
ting this great remedy in the hands of
of table salt in any mankind.” For sale by City Drug store.
quantity and at the Two fine store rooms, each 25xN0 feet
Professional Carpet Weaver
Fine Photography a Specialty.
in White-Thomas brick block, Medford,
Has h new Hying Shuttle Loom
New, well-furnished rooms, Special attention giuen to posing
and is prepared In <l<> strictly first
with a big warehouse in the rear. Apply of children. Jill u>ork guarani
eins» work on carpets mid mg»
■ to White & Trowbridge.
teed. Prices reasonable.
T. C. NORRIS
MITCHELL, LEWIS & STAVER CO
MEDFORD BRANCH D. T. LAWTON. Mgr.
H. C. MACKEY
MEDFORD SHOE SHOP
SALT BY THE CAR LOAD
Mrs. A. !.. PEACHEY