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About Jacksonville sentinel. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1903-1906 | View Entire Issue (July 1, 1904)
Jackion ville. Jackion County, Oregon, Friday, July 1, 1904
M r anil Mrs. Newbury paid the Maury
Mr. and Mrs. Develin, of Ruch, (Mined I
ranch a visit Monday evening.
through town Saturday.
Mr. Dunn, of Ashland, was in town
Mr«. Hattie White mid daughter, Miss (
Miss Nellie Hudson left Saturday
Zcla, of Medford, spent Friday and I Wednesday. Monday the new officers
evening for Portland, when- she will
Saturday among their many friends here. take their respective chairs.
*>|wnd the summer.
John Simmons, who was kicked by a
Misses Anna Keegan and Bertha ,
D. T. l.awton, of Medford, accom- Lewis spent Saturday in Ashland.
mule and quite badly hurt, lias recovered
pan led by his uncle, Mr. West, was in
Mrs. A. M. Berry surprised her many sufficiently to lx? moved home.
Hotel de Rader now has nine boarders.
friends here Friday, as it was reported
Miss laita Fleury returned home Sat-
several tunes that she was dead. We Irwin and Madison were added Friday
urday from a several weeks' visit with
h«qie she mm lie s(>areil to her friends , from Medford.
friends near Salem.
Hon. J. W. Merritt, of Central Point,
for many years.
Holbrook Withington, a lawyer <»f
in town Friday.
Mrs. Muller s|ient Tuesday at Medford
Mcilfurd, wits in Jacksonville on Mon
with her daughter, .Mrs. Joe Murphy.
Rev. Robt. Ennis is detair.e 1 at Turnei
The Sisters of St. Mary’s Academy by the serious illness of his eldest
Rainey Phillip», of Watkins, a stock
spent Tuesday at Ashland, the guests of daughter, who has typhoid fever, His
man, was doing business in Jacksonville friends.
youngest daughter is somewhat im-
Mr. Venerable, of Applegate, was in proved.
S. K. Taylor took a trip to Portland
town Wednesday, doing business with the
Prof. G. H. Samuels has been engaged
recently where he has not lx-en for
local merchants of this place.
as principal of the Phoenix schools
Prof.J. A. Bish will teach the Griffin
Married—June 29,1904, at the residence
J. G. Martin, a prominent rancher of
the coming year.
the Sums Valley country, was in Jack of Mrs. A.J). Fleury, William Hanksand
Thompson manager of the Green
sonville «>n Monday visiting friends and Miss Bessie Chappell, both of Klamath
in Josephine county, one of
incidentally attending to some public county Oregon, Rev. Stanford Snyder, M.
producting mines in the
E. Church of Jacksonville, officiating.
was in Jacksonville on
Mr. Swagerty and family spent Sunday
Jacksonville seems to have put up a
of this week ac-
Ix-tter base I mi 11 game than was their at Woodville, attending the dedication
of the Green
habit recently, in their game with Med services of the Presbyterian church of
ford on Sunday they won by a score of that place.
Opji mine with a view to purchase the
2 to I.
Freel W. Snyder of Jacksonville Oregon
Rev. Clyde, of Ashland, occupied the who is now in Michigan will remove to
Geo. H. Durham, one of the attorneys
pulpit at the Presbyterian church on Oregon some timetbis fall, and will leside
of Grants Pass, spent Wednesday in
Sunday, filling Mr. Ennis' appointment on the farm recently purchased bv his
Jacksonville on legal business.
during the latter'» absence
father, one and one-half miles north of
Commissioners Riley and Patterson
lion. Geo. W. Dunn is moving his Jacksonville. He also writes of some other
were in Jacksonville on Wednesday
furniture to Jacksonville preparatory to parties who will come to the Rogue River
finishing up the business belonging to
a four years’ stay at the county seat. Valley in the near future.
the old board of commissioners before
He has purchased tile property on Ore
On Tuesday evening June 25 at the the advent of the new board, consisting
gon street known a» th«- Whipp property. residence of C. Feilder in Jacksonville
of Judge G. W. Dunn. Commissioners
Mr». Newman Fisher, of San Francisco, Mr. George Carter of Wimer Oregon and
Patterson anil Brown.
arrived in Jacksonville Sunday to visit Miss Elma Searcv of Siskivou California
On July 4th the M. E. Sunday school
Mr. an<l Mrs. T. J. Kenney.
were united in marriage, Rev. Sanford
Jacksonville will hold a picnic at
Miss Ella Orth, the clever depute Snyder of M. E. Church officiating.
Spring, up Jackson Creek. The
clerk, is unable to lie in the office this *
The town of Sisson was visited bv the little folks will lx? taken from the M. E.
week on account of a sprained ankle.
most disnsterous fire in its history Sunday
Arthur Baxter, of the No-percent Drug j afternoon. Three business blocks were Church. Be there at H o'clock A. M.
sharp, if not engaged to go elsewhere.
Store, San Francisco, has arrived in
erased and a great part of the the resi- ' Everybody is cordially invited to come.
Jacksonville for Ins summer outing.
■lence portion of the town was also burned
Miss Maggie McCalli n, of Ros« burg, The total loss is placed at f2lM),(MX), with Bring your lunch and enjoy a days’outing
with us. Committee.
is visiting relatives in Jacksonville.
insurance at about |70.(XMI.
W. C. Deneff, Oscar Lewis and Mr.
Hon. W. I. Vawter, of Medford, was
accompanied by G. FL Neuber
doing business in Jacksonville Tuesday.
town during the week.
Squaw latke Wednesday taking
C. 11. Watson, of Ashland, was in Jack
boat to be used on the lake with
sonville Wediiesdai oil business.
will be gone several days
Jno. Renault wint to Medford Wednes
day on business.
Mrs. S .1*. Robbins r< turned to Ashland
Friday after visiting with her parents at
EVERY DAY UTILITY
Born—At Ashland Julie, 27, 1IMM; to
Mr, and Mrs. J. E. Thornton a son.
Miss Netta A. Snider daughter of Rev.
Sanford Snyder of Jacksonville, left Thu
rsday for a week* visit at her uncle’s, j.
C. Allen of Ashland.
Miss Bessie Clough and the Misses
I'lotner returned to their homes at Can
yonville last week. Tllei have la-ell at
tending St Mar>'s Academy for the jiast
Chas. \V. Kahler, in company with his
brother, T. 1*. Kahler, left here Thursday
for Tolman Springs. Mr. Kahler has been
in (Hair health for Millie months mid h<>(a-s
to I m - benefited hi the change.
Mr. Meserie. editor of the Jackson
ville Sentinel, was called to his home
at Delcna, tire., bi th«- serious illness of
Geo. E. Lewis mid Chas. Basye went
t>> Ashland Tuesday afternoon mid re
turned the smile evening accollipaiiii d
bv Mis* Ze,ilia Basye, who lias I ksii in
Ashland lor some time.
Mr. Bailey, of Ashland, was in town
the first part of the week visiting his
brother, Les, ami brother-in law. Jlenry
The average man buying a suit
of clothes is all at sea. Perhaps
he knows a little about the goods.
He must depend upon the man
that sells him the article. Here
is the moral: BUY WHERE YOU
CAN PLACE YOUR CONFID-
ENCE. We want you to come
here with the confidence that you
can depend upon the quality of
our goods and what we say
THE NUNANTAYLOR CO.
THe • HARVARD
CIOTHIERS and IlIRNISHERS
Chas. Maury, of Ruch was in Jackson
ville Wednesday on business.
J. D. Heard, of Medford, was in Jack
sonville on Wednesday attending to some
business before the circuit court.
H. Morris and family will leave Satur
day for Squaw Lake for a weeks’ outing.
Wilber Cameron, of Applegate, was
in Jacksonville Thursday doing business
with our merchants.
E. E. Quick, of St. Helens, Ore., was
n Jacksonville Thursday. Mr. Quick is
in this section of the country on business
connected with the Lone Star Mining
Co., on Pleasant Creek, of which he is
secretary. C. E. Wikston, the president
if the mine, wasalsoin town. Mr.Quick
left for his home Thursday evening.
A boat for Squaw Lake was completed
recently and will be taken to the lake
at once by William Deneff and Oscar
Lewis. The boat will be for the accom
modation of the public who visit the
'.ake and it will lie free for every one to
use who goes there, the only caution to
>e observed on the part of the users is
that they shall exercise care in handling
it and see that it is in no wise damaged
while used by them. Another boat is
under construction at the present time
for use on the smaller lake and will be
taken there as soon as completed. The
Squaw Lakes are becoming a place of
resort for sportsmen and persons who are
looking for places of outing with easy
access of the public highway and not too
great a distance away. The only ob
jectionable thing which can be said of
the lakes is their name—Squaw Lakes—
and there should be a movement to
change the name to something a little
pleasanter to the ear.
Jackson ville va. Applegate.
Jacksonville's second team was defeat
ed in a game of baseball by the Apple
gate boys Sunday, by a score of 5 to fl.
The following are the names of the play
Land Opened To Settlers.
O maha , June 28.—Nine millions of
acres of Government land in Nebraska
were opened for homestead entry today
under the provisions of the Kinkaid law,
which permits homesteaders to file on
1(10 acres of land. The land opened by
the Kinkaid law is known as semi-arid
land, and is mostly adapted to grazing.
This is the last great opening of Govern
ment land of this nature that will ever be
made, and was the occasion of a rush for
The six land offices in Nebraska were
the scenes of great excitment. At O'Nell
nearly KMX) persons, nearly 10 per cent
of whom were women, were in line at
The greatest excitment was at Broken
Bow’ where over 2,000,000 acres of the
best land included in the provisions of
the law were thrown open. At sunrise
2000 persons were in line. and Sheriff
Richardson, who had already taken extra
ordinary precautions to forestall trouble,
today enlisted an extra force of deputies
to keep order. loiter he requested Gov-
erner Mickey to order the militia out t*
assist in keeping order.
To get perfect rest use one of those
silk floss or cotton felt mattresses. They
are the best. C. W. Conklin.