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About Jacksonville sentinel. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1903-1906 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 23, 1903)
E L E PHONE
You will always find the lx-st
of rich, tlakv icecream in tin
store, LEMONADE that is
w. it M c D aniels
CHAS. H. BASYE
Will conduct a gene
rai Blacksmith busi
W agon and Plow Work.
Horseshoeing and Ma
chinery a Specialty.
Ashland Sormal Notes.
County Superintendent of Schools I*.
II Daily |xe|xsl in on us last week
Miss Bessie Cel hint of Drain, a gradu
ate of the Drain Normal, visited the
Normal a lull day last week.
The department# of music ami elocu
tion will give an entertainment this Fri
dax evening in the Normal cha| cl.
We can fill orders promptly for
fruit boxes in any quantity from
one hundred boxes to a carload.
Made from best quality seasoned
The new students this week arc Walter
McIntire, who recently came in from
Bly, Ella Anderson of Medford, ami Will
Ferguson of Ashland.
The Congressional Literary Society
lias i levied Sidney Allen president. Mr.
Allen is from Sterling mine and is a
member of the senior class.
The second football team has been bar
rowing up the athletic grounds adjoining
the campus, preparatory to some genuine
practice. A game is tn sight. Professors
Walts ami Payne played in the alumni
football team at the University of Oregon
last Saturday against a team made up of
under-graduates. The Alumnis were de- '
Class of 1900—Where arc its memliers?
S. P. Robbins, the y ah du tori.m, is vice-
princqial of the Jacksonville schcola, C.
F. Easier is special agent of the Penn
Mutual Life Insurance Co., Minnie (low
land and Minnie lloekenxos are grade
teachers in the Medford school*, Retta
McIntosh is teaching in Cellar Hill, New
Mexico. Morton Newton ind C. E. Stev
ens are teaching in Northern California,
I<la Stewart, one id Lake Countys suc
cessful teachers, is taking a post-gradu
ate course at the Normal. Hallie Thomas
is entering upon her fourth year at the
Salem public schools. Cri ssie Norton is
taking a rest from teaching and is recup
erating her health at Roseburg, Marx
Caldwell (Ashurst) lives in Central Cali
fornia. where her husband is principal of
a school, Mary Smith is a clerk for Lip
man it Wolf. Portland. Mane Cottrell is
teaching at Nordyez. near Phoenix, Ari
Retail and wholesale, rough or
dressed. Shipments made tc any
part of the United States.
Halloween social to be given by the
. Christian Endeavor of Presbyterian
Mr. and Mrs. M. Bellinger of Medford
were in Jacksonville Wednesday with
their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. John T. Tallent of San Francisco.
I' calling on their manv friends in this
Prof. S. P. Robbins left Thursday
morning for Chico. Calif., where on Fri
' day evening at the home of the bride's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Slimmer, he
will tie united in marriage to Miss Ellen
ore Slimmer. Rev. Picton of the Chris-
Repairs made to bicycles
i tian church performing the ceremony.
Prof Robbins and his bride will arrive
sewing machines, guns
Sunday morning in Ashland where they
and all kinds of small
will spend a part of Jhe day with his
relatives and in the afternoon the» will
drive to Jacksonville and take posses
sion of the' home which is a waiting
them. They will occupy the cottage
near C. L. Rvalues’ place on California
street lately occupied by B. E. Hanev
and which Professor Robbins hail furn
ished even to a shed full of wood liefore
he left for California. Prof. Robbins
s. p. R. R. TIME CARD. met the girl that is to lx- his wife when
they were students at the California
North B nd State Normal School in Chico three years
ago and their friendship soon changed to
No 12 No 16 love ami now that he has attained a de
So 15 No 11
gree of success in his profession that
7:45 makes possible the maintenance of a home
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5:10 they are to unite their lives for happiness
or sorrow as the fate max decree, but
4:40 which is the hope of all who make the
venture that it max tie all happiness.
3.00 Prof. Robbins is a Ja> kson county lx>v
who has won for himself the credit of liv
p.m ing one of the most successful teachers
10:40 II 15
6.15 in the county and he is a young man of
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5 JO fine attainments and Stirling character
5.OI and he has a host <»f friends who have
the Ixrst of wishes for him and his bride
The bride is the daughter of a prominent
til California rancher and she is an educated
..Phoenix .......... .
refined young lady who will be most
welcome to Jacksonville. For the two
1*21 school days that Prof. Robbins will lx-
absent Miss Ethel Flory will have charge
p.m of his room. The other teacher# in the
10:50 11 :'i0 school together with friends are planning
7 V> Ar.. San Francisco. L» 21 22
to give Mr. ami .Mrs. Robbins a recep
tion on their arrival at their home.
Ticket!» sold to all points in the United States
Racycles, Ramblers and
other standard hicvcles.
Sleeping car reservations made on application.
Freight house opens at Ma m. and closes at 1:20
W. V. LIPPINCOTT, Agent.
Many Mothers of a Like Opinion.
Mrs. Pilmer, of Cordova, Iowa, says:
“One of my children was subject to
croup of a severe type, and the giving of
Chamlterlain’s Cough Remedy promptly,
always brought relief. Many mothers in
this neighborhood think the same as I do
about this remedy and want no other
kind for their children." For sale by
City Drug Store.
W hite & T rowbridge
THE BIG LAND AGENTS
MEDFORD. - OREGON
We have the largest and best list in Southern Oregon tn
Fruit, Alfalfa, Dairy and Stock Lands, Timber Lands,
Mining Bargains and Town Property.
Sewing Machines, Lime, Cement
We buy wool and mohair
Better Than Pills.
The question has been asked—In what
way are Chamberlain’s Stomach anil
Liver Tablets superior to the ordinary
cathartic and liver pills? Our answer
is—They are easier ami more pleasant to
take and their effect is so gentle and a-
greeable that one hardly realizes that it
is produced by a medicine. Then they
not only move the towels but improve
the appetite and aid the digestion. For
sale at 25 cents per bottle by City Drug
ALL KINDS OF FRESH MEATS
:: WHOLESALE and RETAIL ::
Special attention given to orders from a distance for
Mining Camps and Mills Meats shipped promptly and in
first-class condit ion.