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About Jacksonville sentinel. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1903-1906 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 18, 1903)
Jackvonville, Jackson County, Oregon. Friday, December 10. 1903.
line Jewelry. Holiday Notice.
We will take order* for Elgin, Waltham
or any >>f the letter grade of watch«-».
Also iliainond*, Sterling silverware, etc.
We rave our (Nitron* 20 |>rr rent on thi»
line of gixxl». Call at the City Drug
A fine assortment of picture moulding.
Bring in your pictures ami have th« m
framed. The workmanship speaks for
itself. At C. W. Conklin s.
The annua) pilgrimage of Jacksonville
people to Portland, Sun Francisco ami j
other place* will Ingin next week. The j
Sin Francisco excursion which leuvcabcre
on Saturday of next week will l»ook the
largest numlx-r of passengers ever going
from here. Those likely to go on tin* ;
excursion arc: Deputy Sheriff < tri* Craw- ,
ford und Mrs. Crawford, Mr. and Mr». T. i
J. Kinney. Mr*. G. E. Neuber and
< aughter Laura, Mi»» Marie Nickell, |
James Cronemilh r. Mi*» Kate I'lvmale,
Josephine Donegan and Wm Denift. Sev
eral others ar*- planning for the San Fran-
cisco trip but it 1» not certain yd that they
will go on the excursion. Mrs. H K. Il.m
II.i exja-< tstogo to Sill From isco about
the first o< February to visit her son, W.
A. Hanna and her daughter Mr*. A. Over-
la-ck. < >n Mrs. Hanna*» return Miss Rose
Brentano will iqa-nd a few weeks in San
Francisco with her sister and brother.
Mr». Jas. A. Wilson, Sr. will go to San
Francisco early in th«- spring to make a
visit to her Min, Jaim» A. Wilson, Jr.
I’rof. Mrs. S. P. Robbins will leave thi»
Siturday to»|x-nd the two weeks vacation
of the holiday with Mts Robbins* parent*
at Chico, California. Prof, and Mrs E.
E Washburn will take no extended trip
this vacation, a* the Professor lias sonic
maltcr* |x-rtaining to th«- school that he
wishes to attend Io l/cfore the classes
again assemble, ami he expect* to give
consider.i de time next we«k in assisting
the inenilier» of the Presbyterian Sunday
Sv bool, of winch he is »iijr rnnendetit. in
getting up tlicir Christmas entertainment
tor Thursday evening New Years we< k
Prof, and Mi». Wasnburn will *;>end in
Ashlutid at the home of In» ]>arent*. Mt*.
E. J. Kubli will leave m xt week for
Portland to »|*ud Christmas with her son
K K. Kubli and daughters, Mrs. E. B
Watson ami Mrs. II D Kilham. Before
returning to Jacksonville Mrs Kubli
will goto Heppner to visit her daughter,
Mrs. Phil Met* han, Jr., of that place.
District Attorney ami Mrs. A. E. Reaincs
ex|» ct to s|K-nd Christmas in Hillslxiro,
Oregon, with Mrs. Realties* mother, Mr*.
Tim*. Tongue. A number of other ]x r-
sons cx|M'Ct to -iH-ml tile holiday» out of
Jacksonville and there are a numlx-r of
lioine-coming* by former resident* of this
place who will la- hack to spend a few
day* with relatives ami frienas in the old
If you want to rent a farm or have land
to rent see T. C. Norris. Jacksonville.
H. W. Brooks, representing the Oregon
Daily Journal, was hi Jacksonville, hust
ling with a newsjMiper man's vim in mill
ing to the Journal'* already large list of
subscribers in this place.
Slub wood in stove length* $1.00 per load
at saw mill—Iowa J.umber Co.
Mrs. Nancy Pernoil, who with her son
John Fcrnoll, conduct* on Applegate one
of the largest and most successful country
»tores in Jackson county was in Jackson
ville Thursday on a business trip.
Barley, mill feed, corn and wheat at the
Boss. Cheap as the market affords.
r Fancy China
• • • • 0. D. Owen,
An early selection gives
the pick of the stock.
My Stock is now complete and the
largest and the finest ever brought
TA YLER THE FOOTFITTER
Wishes you all a Merry Xmas and a Happy
New Year. Some very comfortable warm lined Shoes.
Pure Wool. I also have a very complete stock of
Ladies', Gentlemen's and Children's Shoes.
I .a test in Style
. - —
Best in Quality
Ashland hail Tuesday one of the most
exciting elections in the history of the
town. There were three tickets in the
field, the Republicans, the Citizens and
the People Non-Partisan, or Anti Saloon
league and the fight centered about th«
saloon question and the Non-Partisan
ticket which -| ■. esented the no liteiiM-
party won out. The officers elected
were: Mayor. II. S. Evans; record- r.
Milton Berry; treasurer, L. I. Mulit;
councilmen, first ward. Wm. Fox; secomi
ward. T. F. Smith; third ward, C L
The entire "Citizens Non-Partisan
ticket” as above were elected at the mu
nicipal election in Ashland, Tuesday.
Tlie successful candidates for treasur r
and councilmen in the second and thi <1
wards were also endorsed by the
"People s Non-Partisan” or Anti-Sab <> i
League ticket and Recorder Berry w i*
on all tickets for re-election.
The advisory vote on the question of
license or no license for saloons in th«
city during l‘.ri4 which all candid.re*
had agreed to abide by, resulted in a
victory for the "dry*" over the "wits'
by a vote of 306 to 2X2. and Ashland w ill
try legal prohibition again next _ser
The proposed charter amendment-
relating to the further acquiretn« nt* of
city water rights, sewerage extension
ami city ownership of light and power
plant met with little or no active <>pp<>-
sition and were endorsed by a large vote.
Tlie vote in detail was as follows:
Lowest in Prices
Wards 1. 2 3. To '1
D A Applegate, rep......... 43 4M IS
H S Evans, cit non-par.140 63 70
R P Neil. Peo, nun-par...77 64 72 213
Milton Berry, Cit, Rep.233 1411 I4O
I. 1. Mulit. Cit and Peo.,165 104 111
P W Paulson. Rep......... Ml
B LAC K
Serges, all wool, $1 to 25c per yard
Silk Warp Henriettas
Drap De Almas
Cashmeres, $1.50 to 25c per yard
One of the most acceptable and durable
holiday housewife presents would bean
IRISH LINEN TABLE SET We have
them from $10 to $2.50 per set. Or a
few IRISH LINEN DAMASK TOWELS,
from 50 cents to 10 cents each.
S. S. Minick, who own* a farm near
Central Point, ami who recently Isxiglit
lie respectfuIIv solicit an inspection
the Peter Applegate residence at Central
Point was in Jacksonville, Tuesday, on ;
business concerning that property.
You should see our burnt leather and
wood before selecting Xmas presents. ■
Medford Book Store.
Owing to the lenght of the program .
ami that children are to take part, tile !
entertainment at St. Mary's Academe
hall will begin at 7:30 p. in. and not at N
o’clock as stated elsewhere in this pajx-r.
Capt. L. D. Malione, field secretary of
“1 was much afflicted with sciatica.”
While looking for presents don't over
look these handsome rugs. Over 40 dif writes Ed C, Nud, lowaville, Sedgwick tile Oregon Anti Saloon League was in
ferent designs. C. W. Conklin’s.
Co.. Kan., "going about on crutches and Jacksonville Thursday. The Captain was
Superintendent C. W. Conklin and the suffering a dealof pain. 1 was induced to just from Ashland where lie had assisted
teachers ami scholars of the Methodist try Ballard’s Snow Liniment, which re tile temperance people at the election
Sunday School are preparing for Christ lieved me. I used three 50c bottles. It is Tuesday in making that town "dry” for
Captain Malione gets
mas tree atid entertainment for Thursday the greatest liniment I ever used; have the ensuing year.
evening to be given at the Methodist recomended it to a number of persons; his military title from having been in the
church. The tree will be made attract all express themselves as being benefited army, he serving in Roosevelt's Rough
ive with presents for young and old and a by it. I now walk without crutches, Riders, one the companies of which
fine program of musical and literary se able to perform a great deal of light labor lie was captain, and the Captain is quite
lections will be rendered, to which all on the farm." -5c, 50c. $1.00. Sold by as strenuous a temperance worker as
he was a soldier.
City Drug Store.
friends arc invited.
THE NUNAN-TAYLOR CO
Wm Fox, Cit non-par..13S
H T Mitchell,R and P..124
G S Butler. Rep...................
T F Smith. C and P...........
C C Chappell, C and P.....
C W Martyn, rep..................
• •• ...
1OR SALOON LICE:SSE.
Ye* .....................................147 64
No...................................... 112 106
WATER RIGHT AMENDMENT.
Yes.................. .................. 237 147 146
No................... ..................... IX 13
ELECTRIC LIGHT AMENDMENT.
Yes.... ................................ 225 136 136
............................. 25 21 14
Yes... ................................ 224 124 135
No..... ...................................22 2X 12
Yes ... .................................1X1 113 122
No...... .................................. Ik) 46 24
Santa Claus has fitted tlie entire see »nd
story of tlie Medford Book Store with
toys, books, games and pictures.
All the latest magazines and periodi
cal* at the City Drug Store.
Hon. Miles Cantral, one of the repre
sentative* in the legislature from Jack-
son county, will leave for Salem till*
Saturday afternoon to lie there in re id
iness lor the special session which con
venes Monday. Mr. Cantrall will 1 e in
Jacksonville during Saturday foreti am
ami deliver an address before the farm
ers institute on the “Future of the S’.« ck
Industry in Rogue River Valley. Mr.
Cantrall is one of the largest stock rais
ers in Jackson county and as he 1* a
fluent speaker his address will lie both
interesting and instructive. Hon. J. D.
dwell the other member of the house
from this county left for Portland Tiiur*
day, he having some important business
matters to attend to in that city. Hon.
E. V. Carter, senator for this county,
will leave for Salem this Saturday so a*
to have a day at the State capital to g I
the run of legislative matters before the
Home-cooked meals. 2«5 cents at Mr*
Flory’s in the brick boarding house
second block north of the Court House.