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About Jacksonville sentinel. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1903-1906 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 23, 1903)
Frank Norris lias added to the Sentinel '
exhibit a couple of pears that for size
are ahead of any yet placed on exibition
All the latest magazines and periodi in this office.
cals at the City Drug Store.
For sale—A steel axle, nearh new Stu
•‘The goblins’ll get you if you don’t debaker wagon. Has been used but little |
watch out." Presbyterian church, Satur and as good as new. Will be sold at a
bargain. Call at Berry place near Jack-
day, October Slat.
sonville ami see the wagon, or address I
Before ordering elsewhere wait and see Geo. E. Hamilton.
what Mrs. Chattin has to show you. She
has a full line of styles with samples so
vou can see first what von are getting. day from a trip to Klamath county, j
where he disposed of a load of fruit at
At the U. S. Hotel. Oct.’26. 1903.
good prices. Mr. Hamilton and S. C.
K. S. Butler of Miaaoula, Montana, a Swagvrtv will leave this Saturdav for j
personal friend of Dr. Gale’s when the Klamath Falls each with a load of fruit.
iJoctor resided in the East, came here
August Toepper who since a year ago
three weeks ago to have an operation
performed to relieve him of a trouble has been making his home w ith Mathew
that has been afflicting him for several Chapman on Williams creek returned to
years. He was taken to the Medford that place this Friday after spending a
Hospital and Dr*. Gale and Cameron week in Jacksonville with his friends
performed the operation so successfully ami in lookiug after his property inter
that he has regained his health and left ests here.
for his home in Missoula Thursday.
A. Throckmorton of Applegate re- '
Mrs. C. W. Hodgson, now of New turned Thursday from Knights Landing, I
York, where her husband is manager of California, where he has lieen for the |
the Silver-Burdette Company, book pub past three weeks assisting his mother, 1
lishers, but formerly an Oregon girl and Mrs. A. F. Johnson in caring for her
a graduate of the State University at husband in his last illness, he dying I
Eugene where she was a classmate of last week.
Mrs. John S. Orth, has been in Jackson
John Miller, wife and two children ar- I
ville this week a guest of Mis. Orth. Mr. rived last Saturdav from Gram! Rapids,
Hodgson came West with Mrs. Hodgson, Mich., on a visit to B. H. Harris and
but he went to Klamath Falls while she family, they living neighbors when Mr.
came here and he joined her this Friday. and Mrs. Harris resided in Grand
They expert to leave Sunday for North Rapids. Mr. and Mrs. Miller are greatly
ern points in Oregon where they will pleased with Jadksonville and
spend a few weeks liefore returning to climate is their esjiecial admiration The ,
their home in New York.
many advantages of this Valley impress
There is a freight car famine on all the Mr. Miller most favorably and it is highh
lines of the Southern Pacific system and likely that he will become a permanent i
this shortage of cars has been a serious resident, and that a number of his neigh
hanbicap to the lumber industry of South bors in Michigan will also move here.
G. H. Perkins of Central Point was in
ern Oregon for most of the mills have
lieen compelled to shut down and the i Jacksonville this Friday on a trip about ■
other to run but part of the time bv reas the Valley with his unde H. A. Perkins,
on of being unable to ship their lumber. of Baker City, w ho is looking this taction
The Iowa Lumber Company of this place over with a view of locating here. Mr
has been unable to secure cars in suffici Perkins expressed himself as well pleased
ent numbers to ship their lumber as fast with the country and he paid Jacksonville
as it comes from their planing mill and the compliment of having the location
the first of this week they had to shut and many of the advantage s that go to
down both mill and planer for a couple make a desirable residence town, but
of dass by reason of a lumber blockade. that the town was badly handicapped bv
its unsightly buildings and its sidewalks
The Sentinel, through the courtesy of were the roughest he ever saw in any
Supt. Lincoln Savage of Josephine town.
county, is in receipt of a copy of the
Judge H. K. Hanna arrived home Mon
program for the teachers institute which
he will hold in Grants Pass on Monday, day evening from Grants Pass he having
Tuesday and Wednesday of next week. that dav adjourned circuit court until
The instructors will be: J. H. Ackerman, Thursday, Nov. 5th. when he will again
state superintendent; P. I.. Campbell, I convene court to hear such motions and
president of the State University, Eugene; demur* as attorneys may wish to make.;
Dr. Woods Hutchinson, secretary State This Octolwr session of court at Grants
Board of Health; W. H. Dempster, pres. Pass w.isg eatly k-nghtened bv reason of
Central Oregon State Normal, Drain; the great amount of time taken up bv
Chas. H. Jones, editor of Oregon Teach criminal cases. The Judge held court
er’s Monthly, Salem; and Supt. P. H. here Wsdnesday granting a divorce to
Ida L. Wilson from Chas. F. Wilson, the
Daily of this county.
plaintiff living represented bv Wm. M.
B. M. Clute, of Ashland, accompanied Colvig. In the case of Roliert Ferguson
bv his sister Miss Mamie, were passen vs. Chas. R. Ray, Judge Hanna over
gers this Friday by Wendt's stage for ruled a motion for a new trial made by
Applegate. Miss Clute goes for a visit A. E. Reames and C. L. Reames, attor
with friendsand Mr. Clute to work on neys for the defendant. It is under
the Maid of the Mist mine, in which he stood that Dr. Ray will have the case
is a partner with Ben Thurston, Joseph appealed to the supreme court. Mr. Fer
Phelps and S. P. Cleland. This mine is guson was represented by E. B. Dufur
situated on Thompson creek four miles and J. Hammersly and the suit was
above Applegate and it is one of the ! brought by Mr. Ferguson to recover the
most promising mines in the A] piegate value of some gold quartz found by him
district. The Company have a shaft on land lease«! from Dr. Ray. Tile Ju«lge
down 45 feet and they are now running heard the evidence in the case of W. S.
levels out each wav and taking out ore Nelson vs. C. F. Leavenworth to recover
that is glistening with gold and which is money in a mining transaction.
yielding them a handsome profit. They Yawter rejiri sented Mr. Nelson and E. B.
do their milling at a small water power Dufur and J. Hammersly representer!
mill that Thurston & White have on the Cajit. Leavenworth. Judge Hanna has
Applegate. They now have 12 ton of ore adjourne«! this term and on December 14
which they will haul to the mill next lie will convene the December term of
circuit court of Jackson county. On Nov
ember 5 he goes to Grants Pass to hold
an adjourned session of a day or more to
hear motions and «lemurs.
SALT BY THE CAR LOAD.
stocK salt and the best
H e . s - kv W endt , Driver—Leaves Jacksonville
daily except Sunday at 7 a in., arriving at Ap-
nlegate at 11 a. m Leave Applegate at H I , ar
riving at Jacksonville at 3 p in Close connection
made with stage to Steamboat and stage to Kubli
JACKSONVILLE COPPER MINES STAGE.
Ions R W ilson . Driver—Leaves Jacksonville
at 7 a m. Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays for
Ruch. Uniontown. Purcel, Watkins and Joes Bar, |
returning on the following days.
Treasurer's Eleventh Call.
Office of the County Treasurer of Jack-
son Countv, Oregon, Jacksonville, Oct.
Notice is hereby given that there are
funds in the county treasury for the re
demption of all outstanding county war
rents protestefl from June 6, 1901, t«i July
3, 1901, both dates inclusive. Interest
on same will cease after the above «late.
I). II. M iller , County Treasurer.
Confessions of a Priest.
Ion it'/// find at Ryan's
the best variety of
STEEL DAVENPORT LOUNGES
The latest thing in the Bed and
Lounge line. Come and inspect.
I also take orders for
Harness and Saddles
Timber Land Wanted
Call and see my Stock.
T. C. NORRIS
MITCHELL, LEWIS & STAVER CO
MEDFORD BRANCH I). I. LAWTON. Mgr.
Larqest Stock of farm Machinery in South
Complete line of Vehicles, embracing farm
and freight Wagons. Spring Wagons. Car
riages. Buggies. Etc.
Haying and Harvesting
forks and Wire Hope.
A FULL LINE OF CENERAL SUPPLIES
H. C. MACKEY
Second Floor, Adkins Block,
Rev. Jno. S. Cox of Wake, Ark.,
writes," For 12 years I suffered from Yel
low Jaundice. I consulted a number of!
physicians and tried all sorts of tnedi- i
cines, but got no relief. Then I began the |
use of Electric Bitters ami feel that I am |
now cure«l of a disease that had me in its
grasp for twelve years.” If you want a j Fine Photography a Specialty.
reliable medicine for Liver and Kidney
trouble, stomach disorder or general de Special attention giuen to posing
bility, get Eletric Bitters. It’s guaranteed of children. Jill work guaran
by City Drug Store. Only 50c.
teed. Prices reasonable.
From the oldest, finest wooled Oregon
brc«l flock, Thirty In a«l of
One to four years old; medium sized,
short jointed. Bred for crossing with
R’KKy. loose-wool« «! ewes. Best gleaners
of orchard, hop-yard or field; ami most
self-helpful of wind and mutton sheep.
Care taken to fill orders by mail.
Correspondence wanted with young
farmers who are thinking of engaging in
sheep raising, who will I k - given point« rs
that will I k - to their interest.
Minto & Wain,