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About Jacksonville sentinel. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1903-1906 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 20, 1903)
Clarence Reeve returned home Monthly
from Williams creek, where he has been
spending a month at the home of his
grandfather, \V. S. Chapman.
Janies Fielder and Lew Slidel are grt-
ting a placer claim on up|x*r J ack son
creek in order and so toon as there i*
sufficient water they will licgin mining.
Father!. D. Murphy will solemnize
the marriage of Miss Rose Sergeant and
Theodore Lincoln at the home of the
bride's mother. Mrs. Mosher hi Mr<l
ford on Saturday of this week at lOJttl
Kindling Wood—$1.00 a load at vani
or delivered. Iowa Lumber Company.
Dr R. G. Gal- and Deputy District
Attorney C. I.. Rt allies went to Ashland
this Friday to remain over night, they
going on a business trip. Mrs. Gale and
Mr». Reatnes also went, they to make a
visit with friends.
Edward Graham, who has been em
I ployed as )utnl>er grader for some time
tor the Iowa Lumber & Box Company,
has resigned his |»>sition and Fridav he
and Mrs. Graham left for Spokane
where they expect to reside.
W J. Hoosey. ii rancher residing three
miles of Jacksonville and wholiasii pred
election for getting into trouble with
hi* neighbors, was with his soli Edward
brought lieibre Justice Plymale Thur»
drty on a charge of criminal trespass. Tin-
state was represented by District Attor
ney A !•' Rvalues and Mr. Boosry was
his own attorney and lit* efforts made
no latter showing for himself thin is
usual in such cases and the result was
that he ami his son were each found |
guilty amt were bound over to iipl>ciir
Ix-fore the circuit court Justice I riyin.de
fixing their bonds at J’JIMI each, which 1
Mr Beekman furnished for them,
complainant witness was Mrs. Emily ■
Clark t who owns land adjoining that of
Mr. B<H>sev. Booses churned a |«ut of
Mrs. Clark's land and in the settlement
of the resu'tant lawsuit County Surveyor
Garl T. J on As run the division line be
tween the land <>f tlx- two parties and
Mrs. Clark to avoid |M>«sible trouble with
Boosev built all the line fence at her
own exjx-nsc and set it bark IK inches
on her own laud. Booses though having
no use for the ditch dug a ditch on the
IK-inch strip of Mrs Clark’s land ami so
loosened the jxists that III«- fence would
not stand. This is the second ditch that
he has dug iijxni the Clark latxl and the
chances are that In has gotten himself in
While looking for presents don't over
look these hinds .me rugs. Over Audit
ferent designs. C. W. Conklin's.
A car load of If» meh pijx* arrived in
fCjx REGi STEREO
Jacksonville Monday from San Francisco
for Albert Sturgis, who is having it haul
ed to his mine on Forest ertek where he
BEST SHOE ON EARTH will use it in piping water to the second
giant that he is installing on his placer
The largest assortment ever in Jackson
ville. If.itnl math- and factory m ule.
The Mode'l. Max Muller’s <>I<1 stand.
Barley, millfeed, corn and wheat at the
For Sale by
Boss. Cheap as the market affords.
Lhttes to Remember.
Hon. W. H. Colvig who is supreme Thursday. Nov. 20— I’nion Thanksgiv
ing services in Presbyterian church at
overseer of the Supreme I/xlge, A. (). I’.
7:.'»np. in. Sermon bv Rev Sanford
W., of America, left Wednewliy for
Washington and British Columbia, w hen
lie will spend about 111 days looking af Thursday. Nov. 3rt—Grand Diinksgiv-
General Merchandise Store
ing ball in Jacksonville under auspice*
ter the interests of ’.lie order in those jur
of Native Daughters.
isdictions. He expects to get back to
Jacksonville by Saturday of next week. Monday, lk->' 14 — l>ecember term ut
circuit court for Jackson county convenes
Calling cards, the latest in style and at Jacksonville.
printed so neatly as to resemble copper Saturday. Dre. It*—Farm« rs institute at
plate work at the Sentinel office.
Jacksonville under auspices <>f Jack
Office one block south of Courthouse
sonville board of trade with forrnoon,
County judge Chas. Prim, who is cus-
OREOON toditn of the court house, h is been hav
afternoon and evening session* con
ducted by professors from the Oregon
ing seme needed repairs and renovations
State Agricultural College.
made alxiut the court house, among
UNITED STATES COMMISSIONER
which :s to replace the well-wtorn carjiet
Filings and final proof made on homestead»
in Circuit Judge H. K. Hanna’s office re
and timber claims. Corrected plat.» showing
all vacant lands
NOTARY PUBLIC AND CONVEYANCER
cases of liver anil kidney complaint
\V. Conklin the furniture man.
Legal papers of all kinds made out. Special
have sprung from neglected cotisti|Nition.
attention given to papers in settlement of
See those <xld parlor pieces, nothing Such a deplorable condition js unneces
nicer for a wedding ora birthday present. sary. There is a cure for it. Herbine
ABSTRACTER OF TITLES,
C. W. Conklin's.
will speedily remedy matters.
matter*. C. A
Most complete set of abstract l<ooks in the
Bronson. Fla.. writes.
county. Abstracts made promptly and ac-
A mining company composed of T. C. Lindsav. 1’. M
Norns, B. H. Harris. Cha-. Brown and Feb. 12. 1002; “Having tried Herbine.
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
A. Tharp has lx-en formed anil they have I find it a tine medicine for coiisttpa-
Fine list of country and town property for
30 acres of mineral land on the tion.” ROc bottle. Sobi by CIt, Drag
sale and rent.
right hand fork of Jackson creek and Store.
they are now getting flumes and sluices
Warrants bought and «old. Collections made
in order ready for placer mining m > soon
Taxes paid. Kents collected. Prompt reply
as there is sufficient water in the creek.
to all letters Charges reasonable.
The work is under the direction of A. piiiis vield t<> the penetrating influence
Tharp, who is an ex|x-rienced miner and of Ballard's Snow Liniment. It pene
he will be assisted by Chas. Brown. The trates to the nerve and bonv and lx-ing
absorlied into th«- blood. it* healing
Hon H. K. Hanna judge of 1st judicial di»- land is all rich in mineral. Along the
creek there are several acres of paving properties re conveyed to every pirt of
trict. and any Jacksonville business man.
placer land and the hill land has a numb the body, . nd effect some wonderful
cures, ¿’»c. idle, $1.00. Sold by City
er of fine showings in quartz, ledges.
SILAS J. DAY
Mrs. A. L. PEACHES
Professional Carpet Weaver
Has a new Flying Shuttle Ixxirn
and is prepared to do strictly first-
class work on carpets and rugs
A Homey Magazine—each month helpful
practicafand inspiring Fu 1 of fascinat
ing features. Beautifully «llustrated. A
$1.00 per year.
10 cents a copy.
A FREE sample copy to all requesting.
The best stock ever brought to Med
ford and the cheapest to be had in
Jackson County for the quality is at
D. H. MILLER’S
The Pioneer Hardware Dealer.
G ood H ocsekf . bhng want» a subscrip
tion representative in every city and town
in the west. To those who will give all or
a portion of their time it offers attractive
work and pavs exdeedingly liberal com
missions It will pay you to investigate
A postal card will bring particulars W rite
at once S3 as to tie the first in your field.
THE PHELPS PUBLISHING CO
The Charter Oak and the Acorn both
both heavy steel heaters, guaranteed airtight
and to last a dozen years. Sheet planished
Steel Heaters of our own make, the best low-
priced airtight stove on the market.
and (/onorai ropair
work dono promptly
and at a roasonahlo
E. S. WOLFER
7th St. Shop
Young People, Old People
and All the People
U'lll find at the
CHRIS ULRICH Ä CO
Store till- lx »1 of
Stationery, Cigars and To
bacco. Fine Billiard Parlor
Win Pulii, Prop.
I p-to Oatc Shop
Three Fine Chairs
Two fine Bathrooms with the
best tubs cleanest towels, etc
Racycles, Ramblers and
other standard bievdes
Repairs made to bicycles
sewing machines, guns
and all kinds oí small
CHAS. H. BASVE
Will conduct a gene
ral Blacksmith busi
Wagon and Plow Work,
Horseshoeing and Ma
chinery a Specialty.
Pacific Coast Office,
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Anything in the Hardware Line.
Mail Orders Promptly Filled