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About Jacksonville sentinel. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1903-1906 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 11, 1903)
If the bill, which was introduced into
tile House of Representatives of the
Fifty-eighth Congress, on Nov« mlx-r 19,
Wilt practice in all the Courts of the
by Representative Brownlow, of Ten ms
see, liecomes a law. the state of Oregon
W U. Cab If. Jack»««lite. <ie» M Uurluai. tirant*!*!«. will liecotue entitled to the sum of #250 -
OtM». payable in three years. |tMM-tk5 «Mi. tv»
as iHual will soon be shown in Up-to-
lx- expended hi the improvement of her
date, Desirable, Man-pleasing
public higliw tvs, providing that the
state, counties and municipal districts in
in which the propo-ed improvements arc
All »ork e«|ual to th«- best to lx- hail in
to lx- mail« w ill co-o|x-rate in the w ork and
Ix-ar their pro rata share of the « xp-nsvs
Crow n» Bridge work and Artificial Teeth
The bill referred to is «lie same as th it
on either rubber or celluloid plater.
Oregon intrvxluced by Mr. Brownlow during the
fifty seventh session of Congr- —. but c< n
at the Toggery. We will have some en
tains two or three slight aitieiidnivnis.
which are quite important and affect
tirely new ideas in LADIES PRESENTS.
Oregon materially. A copy of the bill
UNITED STATES LAN1» CytMMtSSIoNER has Ix-vti received by County Judgi John
H Scott, of Salem, president ot the St i ’ v
Filings am! final proofs for homesteads
Gvxxl Roads A-Mx'iation, having lie« n
am! timber claims mad«
sent him by II n. Eldridge, assist.mt
director of the Go ul Roads litre m, I e
O region partnient of Agriculture.
state-, that the bill has be« u intnxluced in
tile Hous« by Mr. Brownlow, .mdih.it he
wa- pleared to state th it Senator Mitch- towtish.p <»r «bstrict a portion, .-nd the
• 11, of ()rt von. had agreed to intrixluci- it <>w n> rs ot tli< land abutting tq*» i mi«l
in the Senate lx fore tin- adjournment of ro.ol atii thet pmtioti. It «Iso providc-
th it anv -t «!e <>r > ivil stiGlivi»ion who h
that laxly this sessi« n.
Office opposite Court House
The first bill | rovides for an apt oition- avail- il-ell • I the u«lv.iti-.ige» of the act
Oregon mint of #20,00<l,OtiO for the permanent shall. 1» cause of h «v mg accepted -itch
impr vement of pub! c highways, and national at«l. contract ami bind it-elf to
provides that this amount should be ui.iintii.n and kt-«- -«id loads in g«x»d
A. E. Rean«
equally divided among th s veral s> ties mu! efficient rvjviir for the free u-«- of the
of the Union, in the manner p e-« rilx-d | llblic.
/ reach Stag Toilet Set*
by the bill, but the new bill, ««-amended,
Native Sons and D.«u<|htrrs,
A T. I AVI
1 * * »
provides for the appropriation uf #24 lUMt.-
Cut (Hass nnd f'an t Dishes
The Native S >n- and Daughter- of
IMM, to lx- available at th«- rat- <t #X,IMIO.
A. E. Reames, district attorney.
/ inc line of II rist Hags
HDD <i year during the years of |!HI| I!»t5, <>reg<Hi, re-iding in Clackamas County,
1st. Judicial District.
While the amount of tile etfvi tida pertnan« nt organt/ition in this
Jack «XI« ille,
Oregon appropriation is incteas-d by /-l.iWNt IMNI. city Saturn.iy aftermutn
Triple and (Hit Mirrors
the chief virtu of th amendment, s > far memb r- have enrolled their names m
as the state of Orrgon is concerned, is the the socic v, the mentis r-liip of which is
manner in which tin» sum is to lx- dis r< stricted to native < Iregoniaiis r> killing
t he Latest Hooks, both
in this county. It is pro|x>se<l to hod
The amended bill says:
• ' •
FHYSICJAN anti M RGE«»N
"State- having a population of less than annual reunions
Standard and I'irtion
office in Orth > Building.
Officers wer< electe«l as follows: 1‘res
Tint.DUO inhabitants are to rec« ive ’ he sum
and Doll Heads
of #250 mio. ¡'he retnaiudir of the ap id-nt, W. G Starkweather, of Milwau
Hour»: 2 to '• and 7 to s p in
propriation t«» lie distributed pro rat.« kie; v.c--presi lent, H<nty S’evt ns. Mil
Oregon among the slates having a gnat« r jx»pu- waukie; secretary, O. D Ebv, Oregon
latioii than 7OO.00H etch «>f s.«i«l sloes to City; trea-urer. E. C. H a*keit, Oregon
Prices right and as
receive a sum equal to the roportion it- Citv; historian. Mi*- Mollie >’ar'<»w of
population bears to that of the total «>1 Barlow. The»e ofli er- c«ns:itut<- the
th -t ites having a p -pulation of over executive c< mtnittvv < f the «»'gait zation.
ATTO« \-|.’V AT
AT 1. f A AW
700,000." Th p pulation is to la- has« <1 The pu p >-es for whi li 'lie - .<•»« tv ha-
Will practice in all courts of the
upon the census of |9 n. Oregon under lieen forme 1 ar. sit out m the pr» amble
the census of 1‘ hmi is cr dit-. d w th « pap of thee •n-iituti«»n. a- follows: To air!
Office on California street one
ulation of 500,000 inhabitants and thu- tn githering bistort al «lata, to kr< pali««-
block south of the court house.
J. W. Robinson, M. D., Proprietor
wouhi come under the pr vis on for th the tm nt >rv of the Ill-ton al dee Is of the
greater sum easily and will re- eiv< #|O«I.
000 more under tilt- a«ncndin< nt than I upbuilding the splendid Republic of the
would have ttmler the original bill, \\«st. Anv n .live t.otii jxr-onalx»v< the
age of l«i ve-irs, and r< siding in Clack «■
-hould it h «ve Income a law .
The main objects of the bill are to « re tn is cotintv is eligible to memlx r-lii;> in
l’i mCCf • having r«--l«led in
ate, in the Department of Agriculture, a the BO t« ’\
Watches and clock« repaired
bureau to be known as the I ure.au of the stat« prior to 1K59 having lieen tn.iife
promptly and all work guarnii*
Public Ro.nl- .md to pr<-vide h r a sysb in honorary meml»ers.
Harvev E Cross, of thi-citv, whois .1
of national, state. amt local co-.qier ition
in the perman nt impr .v.-ment of tin member of the ttocivty, offerr«! to the
Office opjxjsite U. S. Hotel.
ll.iv ng o | h - iii «1 S'c.mi Cleaning
public highway. Th« general policy of Native Sons and Daughters, in behalf < f
ami I’rcs-ing W«»rks in Mclfonl.
the bureau is to b.mg .«bout, so far ils the Willamette Valle« Chautauqua As
we are prepare«! to <lo anything
may lie. a uniform system of taxation for -Delation, the u-e <»f the Chautauqua
ill oil« line with neatness .mil di*
road purposes, and a uniform methtxl of grounds for all r< unions. It is very prob
road construction, repair and mainten- able that th«- society mat h<>l«l its fir-t
mce through« ut the United Stab s, and annual reunion in conjunction with the
We make a s|xcialtv of ladiys'
to co-operate with anv state or civil sub Willamette Valiev Chautau«|ua Associa
work, ami guaraute« -.itl-factioii
divide thereof in the actual construction tion some «lav next summer. The first
in everv re*»|x-ct.
meeting of the society will lx- held in
■ f ) ermant nt highways.
Work called for and «1eliven-d.
The bill al-o provide- for an appropri this citv on th- first Monday in January.
Apply for our «-lull rates for
ation of #75,000, for the salaries of the Oregon City Enterprise.
officers of th«-bureau. an«l for the pay
ment of the g- neral « xjienses, such as to
Oregon enable the director to investigate the A sure sign of approaching revolt and STEAM CLEANINO&
system of road building throughout the serious trouble in your system is tier
United States; to investigate and exper vousness sleeplessness or stomach ujtsets.
iment in regard to the l»e-t methods of Electric Bitters will quickly rlistn« tnlx-r
road building and th«- best kind of road the troublesome causes. It never fails
materials to co-operate in the building of to tone the stomach, regulate the Kid
object lesson r«»a«ls in the several state-, neys and Bowels, stimulate the liver ami
etc. The officers of the bur« an-hall con clarify the blood. Run down systems
sist of one director, salary #45«>i>; assist benefit particularly and all the usual at
ant director, #25<Ht; chief clerk, #2000; tending aches vanish tinder its searching
clerk, #1500; messenger, $720; four fields and thorough eft* ctiveness. Electric Bit
expert-. #2ilDD each; four civil. < ngineers. ters is >nly 50c, and that is returned if it
-1 MOO; four road experts, #1 400; one assist don't giv«- perfect satisfaction Gtiarnbed
ant, in tharge of road material laboratory, by Druggist.
#2500; engineer. #2<M>0; chemist, #|MKt;
petrograph« r. #12<i0, and such other
The largest assortment ever in Jackson I
offic. r- as th«- directors may from time to
ville. Hand made and factory tniule.
The bill provides that, in order to re Th«- Model. Max Muller’s «»Id stami.
No chalk clay corn starch nor
I having and heavy
ci ive government aid in the construction
poisonous coloring used in my
The cartoon department in the Decern-
team work. Light
candy The finest Caroniels Swiss
or improvement of roads in any s’ate of Ixtr Review of Reviews is entirely devot
the Union under the provisions of this ed to American cartoons of the month.
Creams and B oii B oiish specialty
express t ransterred.
bill, that a petition for the same must lie The elections and the Panama situation
Nuts. Fruits ami Canned Goods.
Prompt delivery to
presented through the proper officers are effectively ‘•covered,” as well as
All kinds of Soft Drinks handled
parts of the city
having jurisdiction of the public high many other topics of the time.
ways in the civil sub-divisions of the
Plain Mixed Candy
To get perfect rest use one of those
states, giving the description of the con
IO Cents per Pound.
templated improvement ami estimate of silk floss or cotton felt mattresses, Tliev
its cost, and, in case the proposed road are the best. C. W. Conklin.
C. J. Crump, one of tin- Applegate boy s
and plans therefor are approved by the
Bilious Cole Prevented.
director of the bureau, the government and who has made his headquarters at
will |>ay one half of the expenses of such Cinnabar Springs this fall getting ready
fake a double «lose of ChanilxTlain's
improvement and the state or its subdi- 1 to put in the winter trapping in the Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy as
vision are require«! to tiear the other half. mountains of that section, lias changed soon as the first indication of th«- disease
Nothing shall lie construed to prevent his base of operations to Yreka, for he app-ars and a threatened attack mat In
the state or civil subdivision thereof from has written to have his copy of the Sen warded off. Hundreds of |x-ople us« the
distributing its one-half of the expenses tinel sent to that place in care of the remedy in this wav with perfi-« l success,
so that the state may pay a portion, the McKinley Mining Company.
l or sale by City Drug Store.
P)R. T. T. SHAW
G. GALE. M. D
City Drug Store
¡Made Like New
J. H. Messner,