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About Jacksonville sentinel. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1903-1906 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 20, 1903)
JacKionville, Jack»on County, Oregon. Friday, November 20, 1903.
l'*<c those fancy oilcloth rugs under
Planing Mill to Move.
Ashland Normal Notes.
your heating stove, |,75 ami ¿1.00, at
who w< re formerly pupils of
-> u---------------------- u____ _____—_L C. W. Conklin’s,
Hart, of the Iowa f.umlx-r & Box Co., the Jacksonville ach< ols are, Nannie Me
SlabwiHid in stove lengths fl .00 jx-r load
Fritz Ruch of Thompson creek passeil left Wednesday night by S. P. train for Callen of the Senior class. Gertrud«- Beide
nt saw mill—lowu Lumber Co.
through Jackson villi* Tuesday on his way their home in Council Bluffs, they going ami Verne Whipp of the Junior class,
James Cronemiller an«l T. J. Kenney to PlKx-nix with a load of hides, which by wav of Sacramento and Ogden. Dur Jessie Wilson of the teachers’ review
receive«! Tuesday a carload of th«- famous he dispose-«! of to the tannery at that ing their stay here they arranged for the class, Gertrude Whipp of the Freshman
¡place. Hr returned to Jackson ville Wed removal of tin ir planing mill and box class, Earl Shepherd in port-graduate
Ashland mills flour.
nesday an«l remained ov«-r night with his factory to Medford, the citizens of that studies.
J. 1*. Harr and 1!. H Wright, two brother in-law, W. K. Hinkle, ami left place having raised them a Ixmus of /3,-
Harvey Inlow- of Ttail creek, who ent
rancher« from the Up|»er Applegate, Thursday for his home with a load of <100 to defray the expense of moving their ered the Normal a month ago received a
were in Jacksonville Tuesday for a loud supplies.
, plant. While her« President Haler and free scholarship for one year for the rea
Marshal W. G. Kenney lai'! aside his freasnryr Hart, who are th«- principal son that he obtained the highest average
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Myers «'ante in star and left Friday for Squaw creek stock holders in the Iowa Lumber & Box percent in the eight grade examination
from their (entral Point fruit farm where he will sjx-nd a week at Geo. Company, arranged for extensive im for the county last year. He is proving
Tliursd iv mid w« re the guests over night Waite’s «-amp. Mr. Kenney w«-nt horse provements in their plant. After having himself to be one of the brightest stud
of Mr. ami Mr«. T. J, Williamson.
back and took with him two pack horse* laid idle for a couple of weeks the saw ents of the Freshman class.
mill will lx- started up to saw- timbers for
Joe McConnell, the Merlin merchant
Chris t'lrirh X Co. receive«! a carload loaded with provisions to provide against the factory building at Mtdlord which who unarmed rai down and caught the
of flour and fee«! Wednesday. The flour
During the mar will lx- double the size of the building Douglas county horse thief, two weeks
is th«- famous Wasco brand of Eastern about town allege.
they have here. So soon as the new •igo, is a graduate of the Normal, a mem
Oregon and has a reputation equal to the shal's absence W. K. Hinkle is guarding building is up die machinery will lx* ber of the class of ’!«. The Eagle Point
Ix-st on the market.
moved to it and then the building in boys remember what a wiry fellow Joe
ni r quite satisfactory to all concerned.
Jacksonville will be taken down ami was in foot-ball. The horse thief, Bice,
A change in |s*stmaster at Trail has
The merchants that hustle have no hauled to Medford and added to the new- realized that somebody had him when
taken place Mrs. S. E. Inlow having re
in securing trade and proving building. The l*ox factory and the plan Jo-.- got his clutches on him and brought
signed and changed her residence to Ash
land. Mrs. Mary E. Middlebusher has that Jacksonville is on«- of the best busi ing mill will lx- mad«- the largest and him to the ground and tied him.
nrss points in Jackson county.
C. W. best e«piip|xd in South« rn Oregon anil
Seven o‘ the former students of the
lx-« n appointed to the position.
Conklin, the furniture man, has found i the saw mill her«- will lx- moved «luring Medford Academy are in the Normal,
I n ion Thanksgiving services will lx- that true in his experience since his ar- I the winter months to a more central loc and three or four more will enter after
held next Thursday evening at the Pre»- rival in Jacksonville last spring.
Start- : ation hi their large body of timber back the holidays, among them James Martin,
Io teriiiti Church.
The sermon will l<e , ing in with tw > store rooms, one for the of Jacksonville and increased incapacity. who will leave Sitka. Alaska, on Dec. 15.
given by Rev. Sanford Snyder. A free display of his furniture st«x-k and the The lumlx r will lx- hauled direct from James has been in the employ of Gov.
will ofT. ring will lx* asked for Home other tor a work and packing room an«! the sawmill to the planing mill in Med Brady for a year and a half. His school
Missions. All invited.
for hts umlert iking stock, which was am- ' ford, making about a !• mile haul, but mates will gladly welcome him among
space for his business at the time, all down grade and a goo«l road.
There will ix* no services this week nt
The second term ojx-ns next Monday,
St. Josephs church next Sunday lH-ing but such has lx*cn the increase that now
Home-cooked meals. 25 cents at Mrs the 23rd.
th«* «lay for Father J. D. Murphy's ap- he is c«>m|x-lled to secure an a«lditional
pointment at Ashland.
The Sunday room. He has lease«! of Mr. Britt the Flory’s in the brick boarding house
Deer Gathered Grape Crop.
Father Murphy will hold large double store room adjoining his second bkx*k north of the Court House
Bonar. who has a grape vineyard
services tn Jacksonville and Medford.
O. R. Bill, representing the American on Griffin creek on the road between
bv Mrs. Thompson with her restaurant.
Quaker Herbs, three (lockages for one Mr. Conklin has had gas fitting put in Tyjx- Founder Company of Portland and Phoenix and Jacksonville, and who
dollar, at the City Drug Store.
i for lighting an«! he is having the rooms one of the most popular and successful makes regular trips to Ashland with his
salesmen on the road, was in J ickson-
C. W. Matney, who h is Ix-en logging I put hi order to meet his needs. The ville Tuesday afternoon rustling up busi products, was in this city Tuesday and
related-while here the unusual way in
for several years on Puget Sound, has re
ness for his house
which he hail lost his entire crop of
turned with his family to his former taking parlor that wonl«i not lx* out of
Ex-County Assessor J. C. Pendleton Muscat grapes. The Muscats had ixren
home at Eagle Point, Wednesday lie place in the most up-to-date eastern
was hi Jacksonville attending to some town an«l in which he will carry a line and Mrs Pendleton w*rc in Jacksonville left on the vines to attain their greatest
business matters and looking up his old of caskets and furnishings that will not today. Mr. Pendleton attending to some lerfection by thorough ripening, and Mr.
be stirp:is*4'<l by any house in Southern business matters and Mrs. Pendleton the Bonar. prevented by the storms of last
Oregon. The rear room he w ill fit tip as gu< st of Mrs. James Wilson. Their home Week, had not visited his vineyard, which
Frink Elliott of Portland, an«! R*>v a work shop and store room. Tile four is at Table Rock where their fine farm is some distance from his house, for sev
Woods of Grants Pass, who have charge rooms now occupied bv Mr. Conklin lies just to the cast of that historic ruck eral d ivs. Sunday lie went up to inspect
of the timlier land In-longing to the gives him a floor spate sufficient to en and at the hub of Rogue river valley. the condition of his choicest variety, but
Southern Pacific Riilroi««! coni|x«n'- in large his stock to all that the «lent «nds Central Point. Gold Hill and Eagle lie was nearly paralyzed with astonish
this part of the state, have been in Jack <»f the trade will require for some time to Point, each being seven miles distant, ment to discover that his entire crop of
sonville all of thia week attending to come and to etpial in size that of any Jacksonville, Medford and Woodville, muscats had disappeared. Hardlva bunch
some business for the company There furniture and undertaking establishment each 12 miles, ami Ashland 22 miles and remained on the vines which covered an
is much railroad land in this vicinilv n this part of Oregon.
Grants Pass 23 miles distant. Mr. Pen acre of ground. Mr. Bonar was not long
that is well timbered and a careful watch
dleton states that the recent big rains in solving the mystery, for scattered all
is kept so that no one can infringe on
fine Jewelry, Holiday Notice.
raised Rogue River several feet, but no over the vineyard were innumerable
We w ill take orders for Elgin, Waltham damage was done by the high water. In prints of tiny deer feet. The deer hav
Th«- marriage took place* last Wednes- <>r anv of the lx*tter grade of watcln s. regard to the rearrangement of the pre ing lx?en driven from the upper levels of
<lay at th«- Ch;'«tian «hurch | arson ig«- in Also diamonds. Sterling «ilverwar*-. etc. cincts of the county bv the county court, the surrounding mountains by the heavy
M«dford of Mr. Jasper Tungate and Miss We save our patrons 20 per cent on this Mr. Pendleton says that the voters in his fall of snow, had come below in their
Blanche* Smith. Rev. E A. Childs offici line of goods Call at the City Drug section are well satisfied with the bound search for food, anil Mr. Bonar's Muscat
grapes seemed to lx? the very thing to
aries as now established.
ating. The bride is the daughter of Store.
tickle their palates, and they made a
James Smith, a well known firmer of
good job of gathering the crop, for noth
Phoenix ati«l she is a young lady of fine
ing was left. The loss to Mr. Bonar will
accomplishments. Th«- groom is an en-
lx- keenly felt.
erg« tic young farmer of Big Butte. Thurs
day Mr. and Mrs. Tungate wen- in Jack
Public School Notes
sonville to s|x-n<! the «lav with Mr. Tun
Literary programs will he given in the
gate’s parents, Mr. ami Mis F. M. Tun-
primary, intermediate and grammar de
gat«*, returning that evening to Phoenix,
partments on Wednesday afternoon,
l-ridaytlny left for Big Butte where
November 25th., to which patrons and
they will make their home.
friends are invited. These programs are
Calcutta wheat bags, barley or oat bags.
not specially prepared exhibitions but
Shawshe« ii linen bag twine, in lots to suit.
are the regular literary exercises of the
school which on this date will have much
in them concerning Thanksgiving.
Henry Maury, who is fanning near
A free entertainment is being planned
Central Point atid is one of the largest
by the teachers to lie given some after
vegetable an«! small fruit garden* rs of
noon in the near future to which all
Jackson county, was in Jacksonville with
parents and friends will lie invited and at
a loa«l of produce last Saturday.
75c per pair
the close of the program a parents' coun
Maury has marketed the greater part of
cil will lx- organized which will meet
liis produce til Jacksonville this s«-«isoti
regularly during the remainder of the
but be states that he will have to soon
year to discuss matters of importance
discontinue his trips to Jacks« in villi* as -
pertaining to tne school and children.
the road up Jackson creek is rapidly get
Some papers will lx- presented at this
ting to lx- uvxt to impassible for teams.
first meeting. Prof. S. 1’. Robbins will
Mr. Maury states that the bad condition
present the topic, “Co-operation of Par
<>f the Jaeksonvill-Ceiitral Point road will
ents." Prill. E. F. Washburn will dis
cause during the winter months the loss
cuss the advisability of adding a grade to
of much trade to Jacksonville.
the course of study in the high school at
the beginning of another school year.
Mrs. Max Muller and her son William
Other topics of interest will be presented
Muller have decided to return to their
bv teachers ami parents ami it is hoped
home in Jacksonville and expect to move
that the past success of the school will
here from Ashland about the first of
be increased by this meeting and the
December ii they can secure jxissession
j meetings which will follow.
of their house now occupied by Rev. F.
(». Strange ami who is having difficulty
in securing another house there being*
Terminated with an ugly cut on the
none vacant in town.
When they i
leg of J. B. Ornt-r, Franklin Grove, Ill.
moved to Ashland this fall from lakland j
It developed a stubborn ulcer unyielding
California, they expected to make that I
to doctors and remedies for four years.
place their permanent home, but the high I
Then Bucklen’s Arnica Salve cured. It's
altitude injurcil Mrs. Muller’s health and
just as good for Burns, Scalds. Skin
as she had always the best of health when 1
Eruptions and 1’iles. 25c, at City Drug
residing in Jacksonville she has decided
to come back to her old home.
Oregon All Wool Blankets
Gold Seal Hip pure Gum Boots.
Parker’s Hip Leather Sole Gum Boots.
Boston Rubber Double Sole Gum Boots.
Men’s. Boy’s and Ladies' Knee Gum Boots
Fish and Mermaid brands Oil Clothing.
Our Stock is the Largest.
Prices always the Lowest.