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About Jacksonville sentinel. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1903-1906 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 30, 1903)
Propositions Importimi to Jack son ville
D im ussrd nnd Special Committees Ap-
pointed to ( arry out Work ot Board.
E. W. Allen, a Medford young man
well known in Jacksonville, is now at
McKittrick. California, where he is em
ployed with an oil pio-|M.-cting company.
The Jacksonville Iss-iril of trade held a
There vs i11 services at St. Josephs
met ting Monday evening at the town
hull that was well attended by the busi Catholic chon h Smulav at
and ":3o p. in and Rev. Father Murphy
lie»» men of the town.
The first matter up for con»ideration will hold s< rvices at Medford al I02J0 a.
was the re|»>rt of the s|x-cial committee nt.
All work rtjiml to the I m ’»I to I m - had if«
Port I m nd
that hud been investigating the feasabil-
Ex-Assessor I. C Pendleton and Mrs.
Crown», llndtf« work Mild Artificial Teeth
ity of improving the Jacksonville Med Pendleton of Taba- Rock wete in Jack
on t idier rubber or celluloid pluter
ford road. Judge Day chairman of the
Oregon committee and G'-orgc la wis and Chart« » sonville Monday to attend the funeral
service al the burial of the late Miss .Aria
Diiiiiotd each stated that they 'lid not Cook, of Hybee Bridge. Mr. and Mr»,
think it possible to make a jiermanent Pendleton »topped in tow n until after
road down Jackson creek and after hav- stip|M-r and wete guests of Mr. and Mr».
l mg investigated the various proposed James Wilson.
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routes to wliii h to change the rou>! that
E. L. Parra ha» sold his farm of .'IX
they had decided that the l>est route and
Filing» mui final proof* for homratrad*
the one that would I m - <-hea|M-»t ill the acres near Central Point to F. W. South
unii liinta-t duini« inaile
long run would I m - to extend the Medford ard of Chicago for $40011 the deal taring
Oregon r<Mid direct went through the Kxri-wski made by M. Bellinger of Medford. Mr.
and Miller places to an intersection with Southard will take jm , sm ssion at once
Valley street at Mr. Fick** place. This and Mr. Farri will move to Medford.
route would give an airline road la-tween Mr. Southard is a brotlu r-in-law of A. C.
Jacksonville and Medford and on a loca Tayler one of the leading shoe dealers of
tion win re no interference would l»e ha-l Medford.
by either Jackson creek or Daisy creek.
Andrew Cantral one <»f the leading
».•Hier op|Mj*»ítr Court
While till» change would damage the cattle men of Applegate and w hose ranch
Oregon ; projierty through which it ran, yet tak is on Little Apple gate was in Jackson
I mg the riMul from the present location in ville Tuesday. Mr. Cantrall is yet hold
I the creek channel would enable the ad-
ing bis la-ef, but expects to sell within a
C. L. Vuaa Homing land owners to bulkhead Jackson
short time. Hi* stock cattli- are vet in
creek and retain it in it* present channel the Siskiyou mountains and he will let
and to prevent it from overflowing and them remain there until the snow covers
burying their land in the tailing-- 1 up the feed, which will be in about a
that pour down the creek each winter.! month.
A. E. Reame», district attorney,
A general discussion of the subject >
1st Judicial District.
The marriage I mii was
followed tile committee** re|M,rt. the
Oregon tenor of which was to agree with the last Sunday at St. Josephs church of
committee in the »election of the direct Timothy Dugan of Eagle Point and Miss
route for the new road. The need for Minnie Sidlev of latke Creek. This Sun
I the bcttcrnient of the Central Point road dae the marriage ban of Jaqer BePinger
! was also brought up and it wa« fully agr of Portland and Miss Mary Dickey of 1
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I'lIVSICIAN ntid HFKGF.ON
ecd that a change of route for that road Sams Valley will l»e announced. The ;
from Hanlev Butte to the Midford road wedding ot Mr. Dugan and Miss Sidley
liftier lu Orth» HiilldinK
should lie sectire'l. Jackson creek has will take place within about a week, that
tn 5 and 7 to h p m
taken possession of this road t<x» ami a of Mr. Bellinger and Miss Dickey will
not take place until ala>ut the 15th. of
Oregon few flixxl* will so wash out the road that
it will lie imtiHssible to travel
plan that met the approval of the board
J. C. Stratford who was formerly tn-
was to relocate the road from Hanley gaged tn the photogralipic business in
Butte along the east side of the present Jacksonville has returned and will open
ATT o HNHVAT-I.AW
road to the dividing line lietwcen the i gallery for a time. For the |»ast three
Will practice in all court* of tile
Hanley and the Duncan farms and then months he has Isen at Vreka. His
go direct south along this hue to an in’er- brother. Rev. J. I,. Stratford, who with 1
Other on California street one
section with the Medford road. This their mother Mrs Sarah Stratford, «re
block south of the court house.
would not increase the distance at all lie Itoth residents of Canby, in Clackamas I
Oregon tween Central Point mid Jacksonville,
Jack »on vWle,
county, where he has charge of the,
while the change in the Medford-Jac k- Methodist church. For the j»ast two
sonvilie route would shorten that road years R< v. Stratford has lieeti ¡»astor of
nearly half a mile, Bv a vote it was de- 1 the Methodist church in Orland, Calif
ciderl to adopt the proposed changes in ornia.
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these roads and a special committee of
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Bostwick wire in
Watches and clinks rc|xiired
five was appointed by President Mem-rve,
promptly ami all work gttaran-
consisting <»f Gus Newbury, J Nunan, Jacksonville Monday buying supplies.
S. J. Day,
Dav. George Lewis ami Henry They were on their way to their home
Wendt to jerepare the necessary j* tition, on Forest creek from Anderson creek,
Office op|M»»ite I’. S. Hotel.
secure the signatures, ami present the where thev had spent a week with Mrs.
Oregon petition to the county court the intention Bostwick's mother Mrs. Elizalieth Sny
lieing to lay the ]« tition la fore the court der. Mr. Bostwick has quite a band of
cattle and he isone stockman who is not
at the December term.
The need of a morning mail service lie- frightened at the drop in prices, he feel
tween Jacksonville ami Medford was con- ing cofident that so soon as this shortage
suit-reft and a sjwcial committee consist-- of feed is |x«st that prices will come up
ing of Jas. Cronemiller. M. M. Tayiorand to what they have l»een for some time
C. P. Brigg* was appointed to get up a past, and he will hold his stock cattle
petition and secure the indorsement of over even though feed is expensive.
Congressman Hetmanti ami then forward
Deputy County Treasurer Robert iJow
the ja tition to the postoffice department. and Mrs. Dow went to Uniontown Satur
The matter of securing a more satisfact day and returned Monday, spending the |
ory arrangements of the precinct bound- time at the home Janies Cantrail, a broth
aries was also considered and a sjiecial er of Mrs. Dow. While on the Applegate
committee consisting of John S. Orth. Mr. Dow participated in a l»ear encount- ,
Gus Newbury and C. L. Realties wa* ap- er, which lacked but little of l»eing as
pointed to present the matter at the Nov dangerous and exciting as were his brush
ember term of county court.
es with the Filipinos when he was with '
the Second Oregon inthe Philippine cam- ,
Chamberlain'* Cough Remedy.
paign. Mr. Cantrall had built a log pen
Noone who is aquainted with its good trap tn which to catch a l»ear that had
qualities can lie surprised at the great been too familiar about his place. Sun
popularity of Chamberlain's Cough Rem day morning Mr. Cantrall and Mr. Dow-
edy. It not only cures colds ami grip found the bear in the trapand while stand- ■
effectually and permanently, but prevents mg by the trap admiring the plump form
these diseases from resulting in pneumo* and black shining coat of Bruin the latter
nia. It is also a certain cure for croup. didn't see so much to admire in them and
Whooping cough is not dangerous when made a bolt for liberty and crowding up I
this remedy is given. It contains no the r<M»f poles liegan to crawl out. But i
opium or other harmful sulistance and Mr. Dow's soldier blood was up and he
mav lie given as confidently to a baby as did not pro]x»se to let the enemy escape I
No chalk, clay, corn starch nor
to an adult. It is also pleasant to take. in such a lx»1d dash so he jumped upon
I mi I miiiouh coloring umci I ill my
When all of these facts are taken into the jxiles and held the bear fast while i
candy. The finest Caromela. Hwi»»
consideration it is not surprising that Mr. Cantrall got a shot in with his gun '
Cream a an<l HonBonaa specialty.
people in foreign lands, as well as at and ended the bear's carver. As all brave j
Nut», Fruita mid Canned Good».
home, esteem this remedy very highly soldiers never boast of their deeds, Mr. ‘
All kind» of Holt Prink» handled.
ami very few are willing to take any Dow disclaims all prowess as an intrepid i
other after having once used it, For hunter but the pelt of a big fine bear is |
sale by City Drug Store.
Plain Mlxad Candy
evidence that he is game and not loath to j
IO Cents per Pound.
face danger in a bear hunt.
G. GALE. M D
H I C K E L
All the boohs required
in theCommonand High
Schools. Tablets, Pen-
cils, InK, Pens, Slates
and sponges. Prices that
will save you money.
grade of CIGARS
Special attention ffiuen
J. W. ROBINSON M. D.
6‘The sort that fìts^
The sort that wears
The sort that gives
But never tears.”
The new Fall Under
wear at tne Toggery.
NEW FALL TIES
J. H. Messner,
Notice is hereby given that A. A.
Stevens has, by mutual consent, resig
ned his position as secretary of the Jack
son County Lunilier Company and sever
ed his connection with said company.
A. J. STKVKNs',
Octolier X. 1003.
Trespass notices on cloth sent by
to any address for $1.00 a dozen.
Sabbath School at 10 a. m. Young
People’s Meeting at 0:110 p. m
sevices next Sunday. Our people are
urged to attend the other churches both
morning and evening. I will lie at
Phoenix all day holding services at that
place morning and evening.
Exclusive Men’s Furnishers,
JACKSONVILLE • • • •
Praying and heavy
team work. Light
express t ra nstirred.
Prompt delivery to
all parts of the city
A Love Letter.
Would not interest you if you’re look
ing for a guarnteed Salve for Sores, Burtts
or Piles. Otto Dodd, of Ponder, Mo.
writes: -‘I suffered with an ugly sore
for a vear, but a box of Bucklen s Arni
ca Salve cured me. It’s the best Salve
on earth. 25c at City Drug Store.