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About Jacksonville sentinel. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1903-1906 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 13, 1903)
Ashland Normal Noie».
Class of |!«I2. Annie Bogue is now Mrs.
The two literary »**cieti« h an- getting Clarence Cornutt ami lives near Riddle;
Samuel Chestnut has just completed a
down t<> Mil»timtiiil woik.
t* rm of s* hord near Y ii I m California.
Claude Hoover visited Ills home pco pie Telia Dickson is teaching at Port Kia
ut Medford ov< r Saturday mid Snnd.iv.
math; Grac<- Garrett and Mavme Me
Dr. Tufts, the state organizar of miti Williams are grade tear hers in the Ash- I
saloon 'ciiL'iies, addressed tin- students in land schools; A. Moon is the iM-dagoguc
filiti" I Inst Friday morning
His address at Bellview; ami Karl Shepherd is taking
Latin. German c’c.,
was highly uppret lated
work in the Normal.
The Normal, this year, has it« first
student (rou Lincoln county, Miss Olive
Boone; mid its first student from Crook
made a business trip to
county, Miss Maudie Phillips.
The new student« this week are Mae
Mrs. John Mills returned home from
Cuojtcr, llo.iipiiam, Washington, Olive
Brame, Yarpnnia, Lincoln county; limi Lairds Monday.
Shepherd and Roy McCain plx-ll, Ashland
Born—On Sunday, Nov. 1st to Mr.
The faculty had a hunter's dinner last and Mrs. Erl ward Wilder, a son
Thursday evening at Mrs Silsbv's resid
Miss Mattie Dunlap, of Murph« Creek,
ence. Prof. F l< Neil furnish* d the is visiting Phoenix friends this week.
Venison, Mis« Clise the 'possum, Miss
A social dance will la- given Saturday
SilsLy tin- a la |siim- ami Prof Watts the
night, bv the A. O U. W. lodge, at the
Miss Della Stewart, a member of the
Earnest R< allies. who has lx-ell to
senior < iiiss was chosen as a delegate of
the Normal V. \V C. A. to tin- state con Puisley for nev« ral months, returned
vention <d this organization which was home W ednvsday.
held at Albany last week. Miss Stewart
Miss Collie Fatitch, who has lx-< n
was honored with the ofli<e of secretary seriously ill for the (sist two week« is
of the convention.
Miss Ca*e's class in German is now
W. Robinson, returned to Jacksonville
writing th«- language.
Blede, who is a meiiila r of tile das«, is Friday, after a several day» prospecting
the only one of the class who alrendv tour in this vicinity.
s|s aks the language. Miss Hied«- was for
Mrs. James Morton and infant left
s<-vi ral years a pupil in the Jacksonville W’ednesrla« for Sisson, where they will
•chords. She is a junior in the Normal, visit relatives for Mveral «lavs.
having enter* <1 the freshman class last
Messrs. Dav, Nuiian ami Taylor, of
Jacksonville. alt* mled the funeral of the
late, Jlon. E D. P'omlrav Saturday.
Made Like New
I lav.ng opened Steam Cleaning
ami Pressing Works in Me«lf*>rd,
we are prcpired to do anything
in our line with neatness and dis
W e make a s|x-cialtv <d ladies'
work, and guarantee satisfaction
in every retpret.
WOrk called for ami tlclivered.
Apply for our dub rites for
gentIr m« n
A numlx-r of our young folks went on
a pleasure trip to Kay's «lain Sumlav.
A. 11. Peachy am! litth son st irted for
their mountatii ranch Saturday. He lias
been bringing out some niaminotii tur-
nips which he r.iis, d there.
Upstairs, Opposite PostoiHce.
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John Watkins, the genial proprietor |
of th«- Eagle Point hotel, has greatly im
proved Ins house by building a neat
piazza ami doing some (Minting. Drum
mers have made the remark that the«
got the best meal there oi any place this
sole of Portland.
so merchant A, J. Daily i-> putting up a
new house to l»e occupied by Mr. More.
7 b» At
Mrs. A. J. Flory was obliged to take
her little daughter Margeurette to Cent
ral Point this w ck for surgical attention
she having run a m edle in her knee.
IVe can fill orders promptly for
fruit boxes in any quantity from
one hundred boxes to a carload.
Made from best quality seasoned
Retail and wholesale, rough or
dressed. Shipments made tc any
part of the United States.
, a til
l.v 21 22
12 20 '
Ticket* «>!<! t<> al! point* in the United state*
Sleeping car reservation* made on application *
Freight hon*c open* at K a tn <n<l c I omc * at I 20 1
W V LIPPINCOTT. Agent.
Carelessness is restxiimible for many a
railway wreck ami the same causes are
making human wrecks of sufferers from
Throat and Lung troubles.
the advent of Dr. King’s New Discovery
for Consumption, Coughs ami Colds,
even the worst cases can be cured, and
hopeless resignation is no longer necess
ary. Mrs. L«»is Cragg of Dorchester,
Mass., is one of many whose life was
saved by Dr. King's New Discovery. |
Th 1» great remedy is guaranteed for all
Throat and Lung diseases by City Drug
Price 50c and /|.<H). Trial
W. T. York, the real estate dealer of
Medford, made Jacksonville a business
Union Livery «Stables
Rigs on short notice for timber cruisers, com
mercial men, mining men, sawmill men, all
kinds of men or parties. Horses fed at rea
Geo. N. Lewis, Prop.,
W hite & T rowbridge
THE BIG LAND AGENTS
MEDFORD. - OREGON
We have the largest and best list in Southern Oregon oi
Fruit, Alfalfa, Dairy and Stock Lands, Timber Lands,
Mining Bargains and Town Property.
We understand that Mrs. Jack has her
No 12 No
A phvsici nt is the crying nee I of this
jiluc, for Central point ami Medford .ire
a long wav oft when one mrtds a doct* r.
.«ml there i« no la tter location ill the
county than this for a g*a>«l one.
CARD. neat new residence marly complete«! al
t ogle Point Items,
Only a single bound from lieautiful
Indian summer to chilly winter.
STL KM CLEANING« PRESSINO WORKS,
W. E. Towne and «laughter, Miss Mol
lie. returne«! home Sunday, after a sever
al weeks stay in San P'ranciwo, Miss
Alllllt stopjM <1 at Montague where she
will visit her sister Mrs Grizev.
Sewing Machines, Lime, Cement
We buy wool and mohair.
The first three miles of the ro id lx ing
built to the Copper mines is completed.
The school h. re will close with a short
program on Friday afterm on Nov. the
The mast is so plentiful this season
that there are many Ix-ar roaming in ths
low hills. .There has Ix-en four killerl
near her« within the past week.
The snow was a grcit surprise to the
jieoplv so earl«- in tile season, as it fell to
the depth of three inches Such early
snow has never Ix-en known here Indore.
ALL KINDS OF FRESH MEATS
:: WHOLESALE and RETAIL ::
Special attention given to orders from a distance for
Mining Camps and Mills. Meats shipfted promptly ami in
Not a Sick Day Since.
Tlu- stockmen of this section have had
“1 was taken severely sick with kidney
to hold their beef cattle so long that
their pastures are eaten «lown and they trouble. I tried all sorts of Medicine-,
One day I
are feeding hay, but they «Io not exjx-ct none of which relieved me.
saw an ad. of y«iur Electric Bitters and
to hol<l tin tn much longer.
determined to try that. After taking a
few doses I felt relieved, and s»x>n there
FOR THE. HOLIDAYS.
Znrvt«» after was entirely cured, and have not
Currant«, Citron Mines Meat, been sick a day since.
Cream mine have been cured of Rheumatism,
Neuralgia, Liver and Kidney troubles
Nu nan-Taylor Co.
and General Debility.” This is «vhat B F.
The Pendleton savings bank has filed Bass, of Fremont, N. C. writes. Only 50c
with the count«- recorder releases of 171 at City Drug Store.
mortgages. This is the biggest bunch of
Orchard for Lease.
mortgages that has ever been (mid off at
one time for a number of years. The
The Bylree orchard a mile from Jack
bunking company held these mortgages, sonville consisting of :1O acres. II acres of
principally against farmers, sheep and prunes, balance in apples with a few
The amount of some of I (x-aehes, will lx- leased for a term of
these motgages was as high as f IB,(MM), years to a responsible person.
while some of tin in were as low as #50. ¡»am and outbuildings.
They averaged #1500, making th«- total piped to house. For terms call on or
amount paid #250,500.
address William Bybee. Jacksonville, Ore.
Re-opened in the Palm-Hodge
block with the latest in Ladies