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About Jacksonville sentinel. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1903-1906 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 13, 1903)
Antoni (tssowski, the Polish agi III
from Chicago who ex|H*ct» to locate
alxiut 2,(MM) of III» country men ill Oregon.
Zack Cameron of Uniontown spent a i x|xi’ls to arrive hi tin» state iitxHit I Ha
Will practice in all the Courts of the
ellilxT 20 with Ills colonists
day in Jacksonville this week
sowski has secured an option on several
P F. Swayne the’ Xpplegate farmer thousand acres of land in ar Eugene and
* . M Cabli. J«ikw«vlll<. <ko. It. Uurluia. <ir»«t«P»o.
was in town one day this week.
started cast Monday for a Conf« rein v
C. F Smith the milling man returned with the pros|icctivc pure hi»« is.
Wcdnvsdav from a trip to S|M»kane.
Th< 1’. S
in Grants Pas-, last Saturday and Sunday. turned over Ills interest to Mi»» \
All work equal to Ihr L h -M to I k - hail in
Schmidt line, who lias lx-en «•iniiloivl
Chas Pierce of Ashlan 1 s,x nt Tuevlav at the restauarnt for sometime, and who
Crowns Bridge work and Artificial Teeth
in Jacksonville attending to business will continue to conduct it under tin
on either ruboer or celluloid plater
same arrangement us did Mr. McElroy
J. D. Cook of Medford and G E. How The latter, who i»a sawyer, has gone to
land of Grants Pass sjient several days Grants Pass mi<l will probably secure
employment tin re.
here this week.
ßR. T. T. SHAW
All the books required
in theComm nandHigh
Schools. Tablets, Pen
cils, Ink, Pens, Slates
and sponges. Prices that
will save you money.
Chatnlierlain's Stomach and Liver Tab
W. R. Stansell returned Sunday from
Portland where lie had lieen attending lets and Ix-coining a favorite for stotna li
troubles and <-onsti|Mti<>i>. For sale bv ,
Filings and final pruot» for homestead,
to business matters.
Fine grade <>/’ C7G lA'S
City Drug Store.
and timber claims made
P. H Daily, county school sii|x*rin-
Frank Meiigoz. who is associated with
O regon lenilcnt. st irted Mi inlay on an ins|>ect-
]. E. Blazier of Portland in the owner
ion trip to the schools of the county.
Special attention given to
ship of a mini on Elliott creek, has this
Horace Pelton, of the firm of Pelton week liegun blasting and drilling awnv
Bros, cattle men, of Sams Valley, was a some rix'k on their projierty which inter
1 busitness visitor in town Wednesday.
feres with developin nt w >ik
J. W. ROBINSON M. D.
M. M. Taylor and Chas. Nun in s|ient Mengoz, with E W. Anderson went into'
Office opposite Court Hou*
last Sunday at Wellen, guests of H Von the mine some two weeks ago with |iMMt j
|der Hellen, and incidentally got a little
, with which to carry on active ojx rations.
They have a promising projierty.
If von have any Tiinlx-r lain! you want
c L. Reimet
A. E. Reames
As previously announced m the S< nti-
to sell—See T. C. Norris.
nel, Timothy Dug .n of near Eagle Point f*‘The sort that fits
A. D. Huston, a prosperous young and Miss Mtnnic Stdlev of Trail Creek
farmer of Sams Valley, was in Jackson I district were married l ist Sunday morn
ville Wednesday, he having come in to ing at )0:30o'chx-k at till- C itholicchur. Ii
The sort that wears
A. E. Realties, district attorney,
I purchase supplies.
in Ashland. Mrs Lillis Pr< vo»t of Ash
1st Judicial District.
The Ixvard of trade failed to get a quo land preside)) at the organ anil the solemn
The sort that tfives
Orejrm rum last Monday night on account of the ceremony was perforiin-d bi Rev Father
Ito lillsi- J. D. Murphy of this place.
inclemency of the weather,
But never tears.”
young (tropic are well known and de
ness was transacted.
servedly (xipular in their home bx'ubti« s
John Devlin and Edward P.< stw ich and have the g<xx| wishes of a wide cir
1 ' • PHYSICIAN and SlRGhllN
both of the Applegate valley were in cle of friend» and acquaintances.
town Tuesday bringing in each of them
office iu Orth-» Building
One of the first selections of millinery
a large load of produce.
goods to lx- seen hi Medford is at tin ,
Hours: 2 to 5 and 7 to » p m
J. M. Harlow , who acted as catcher tor store of Maud E. Wilson fk Co. in Med- '
O r«ROn the liaseball team, of Jacksonville last fol 1 on I-’ street west of flic S P. de|mt
summer, s|x.*nt Sunday tn Jacksonville. and her prices are satisfactory to custo-1
He is now cmyloved in Mulford.
Services next Sunday by Fa’her Mur
The <»«il<l Ray Rod aiul Gun Club held
ATTORNEY AT LAW
phv will lie as follows. At the Catholic a business meeting at its club hotis* at
Church in Jacksonville at HJUl a in. and (•old Ray last Sunday afternoon which
Will practice in all courts of the
7 p. tn.: at Medford at 10:30 a. in.
was very largely attended. It was decid- >
Office on California street one
Gus Mitcnell. who hail lx-en making a e<l to go all) a>l with the work of complet
block south of the court house.
visit to his uncle, Peter Bosonett, of ing the club house, and put in the ns
Montague, was suniinond home Momliy seinbly rixim. sleeping room», dining
1 by the serious illness of his baby. The rixrin and k tchcn, making it a throughly I
equipped domii ile for club pur|s>srs.
chilli has since improved.
Ste|rv were also taken lixikiug toward
Lester Rodgers of Sains Valiev w:w a the building of the boats, a I km I house,
Mr. and the employment of a ke< |<er to bxik
conntv seat visitor Wednesday.
Rodger» has recently
returned froui after the protierty of the club and their
Watches anti clocks rejiaired
Washington in which state he has been game preserves. The n »friction« limit
promptly anti all work guaran-
employed during the summer.
ing the invitation privileges of nietnlx-rs
were also »(»-cified. Till- club has already
To get perfect rest use one of
Office opposite U. S. Hotel.
sold KM) shares and is in n flourishing
are the best. C. W. Conklin.
Rev. J. F. Tufts, sujicrintendent of the
J. F. Fenton and Arthur Wakefield of
Ashland and W. F. Wooden of Portland Antistdooti 1.«-agin in Oregon, anil Capt
were in Jacksonville Monday on business D. 1,. Malione, also a w<>rk< r in tin same
Mr. Wooden while here made filial proof organization, each belli meeting» tn Jai k
Millville this week. (.apt. Malione. who
on a timber claim which he holds.
was a captain til Rix>scvi It’s Rough
Next Sunday morning at 8:30 a. tn. at Ruhr» in the war in Cuba, anil who ha»
the Catholic church in this ¡»lace will oc lieen a wide traveler. <ln w crowded
cur the marriage of K. J. Bellinger of house*» Sunday night at the Presbyterian
Portland no Miss Mary Dickey of Sams church anil Monday night at the .Metho
Valley. Rev. J. D. Murphy officiating.
Rev. Mahotie has the sol
stvlc of saving
Exclusive Men’s Furnishers,
Wedding stationery, the latest out, at
thing», and lie flung in» statements
the Sentinel office.
straight from the shoulder in a manner
Misses Julia ami Kate O’Neil, who hud that proved his earne»tm s» in the work.
been visiting their cousin, Father Mur Rev. Tuft» was also given a full house V—______________ _
ph v, left last Saturday for their home in and gavi a very sound and logic al pre- .
Sail Francisco. The ladies visited here sentation of the work of hi» organization.
while m route home from an extended Both gentlemen went north from here
visit to relatives in Seattle.
and will continue their work at Gohl
Arthur Ellison who has been employed Hill and other points.
for soin.- months on Rays Dam. was in
Frank Kas»hafer made a trip »outli
Jacksonville Sunday calling on friends. last .Monday and returned Tuesdav bring
He says there are some forty men now at ing with him Edward Graham, who is
work on the new power bouse and their wanted for tin alleged theft of a promi»-
work is being pushed as rapidly as pos cou» lot of merchandise from the store
of Sergent & Dunlap of Talent some two
Weather this week has been decidedly weeks ago. Graham was arrested in
inclement. Last Friday night a heavy Montague, Cal., several days ago for at
Untying nnd heavy
No chalk, clay, corn starch nor
rain fell throughout the valley and the tempting to brink into a business house
poisonous coloring used in my
I first snow of the season fell in the foot hills, in that place, and in his |x>»ses»ion were
candy The finest Caromels Swiss
I two inches being reported at Ruch, 8 several articles which seemed to connect
Creams and BonBons a specialty.
I inches at Sterling ami 9 inches on Forest him with the Talent theft
Prompt delivery to
Nuts, Fruits and Canned Goods
Creek. This week the rains have been was notified and went to Montague and
all parts of the city
All kinds of Soft Drinks handled.
i continuous and quite heavy.
identified several of the articles. Gra
signified his willingness to return to
Our new Fall patterns arc ready for
Plain Mixed Candy
your inspection. Measurements tak Oregon, and was landed in the jail here
IO Cents per Pound.
en. Fit guaranteed or no acceptance. Tuesday. He also had a Ixix of jewelry (
supjxised to have Ixen stolen from a 1
store at Roseburg. Graham was given a
Best Liniment on Earth.
Jno. Rankin and wife, visited this preliminary hearing Wednesday before j
week the formers brother-in-law, living justice W. J. Plymale of Jacksonville
Henry D. Baldwin, Supt. City Water
I on Up|*r Rogue River. Mr. Rankin and held for the next term of circuit Works, Shullsburg, Wis , writes
has recently been working with A. court.
have tried many kinds of linitiieni but
' Leanard learning to make candies. He
I have never received much l>< nfit until I
expects to soon leave for the Northern
used Ballard’» Snow Liniment for then
The largest assortment ever in Jackson mutism and pain«, i think it tin |H »t
Homemade Candy | t»art of the state where, if he can find a ville.
Hand made and factory made. hniiii. nt on earth.” 25c. .'sic, <| ()n.
suitable location, lie may decide to o|x*n
The Model, Max Muller's old stand.
a confectionery business.
S>ld by City Drug Store
t'NITEO STATES LAND COM MISSIONED
G. GALE. M. D
The new hill Under
wear at tne Toggery.
NEW EAll TIES
BIC FASHIONABLE SHAPES
J. H. Messner,
SMALL POPULAR PRICES