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About Jacksonville sentinel. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1903-1906 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 28, 1904)
IN THE DAYS Of 56
The First Temperance Society Or
ganized in Southern Oregon
Was Organized at Jacksonville
in 1856 with 21 Members.
ONLY ONE YET
became a surgeon in the First Oregon
Cavalry aud at the close of the Civil War
settled in Vreka, where he died in the
later '60’s. Thomas Pyle served four
years as sheriff of Jackson county and
afterward moved to California where he
died. Wm. G. T’Vault, who had found
ed the Oregon Spectator at Oregon City
the first paper on the Pacific Coast,
and also the first paper in Southern Ore
gon, the Table Rock Sentinel at Jackson
ville, died here dnring the small|>ox ex
identic in 1869 that killetl so many.
Mrs. T*Vault is also dead but their
daughter Mrs. Elizabeth Kenney yet
sides in Jacksonville.
The present prohibition campaign in
Jackson couuty is not a recent growth
but dates from pioneer days when the
first settlers in this valley took up the
cause of temperance with quite as much
Mrs. J. K. Reeve is Representing
vigor as characterizes the advocates of Eastern Cloak Company and will take
today. The first temperance society in orders for Ladies* Tailor Made Suits,
Southern Oregon was organized in Jack Silk Waists, Dress Skirts, Jackets and
sonville in the spring of 1856 and was a Furs. Best material, Latest Styles. If
lodge of the Sons of Temperance, an you want a good bargain give her your
order that at that time, was quite exten order. Every garment is Guaranteed,
sive in the United States. It was a se To Give Satisfaction. Large Sample
cret society and the Jacksonville lodge Book to Choose from.
was known as Table Rock Division No.
Chas. J. Howard and his party, who
12, and was organized under a charter
been surveying in the Prospect dis
granted by the Grand Division of the
the Condor Water and Power
Territory of Oregon and was issued at
returned Wednesday says the
Salem May 1, 1856 and signed by Thos.
They ran the lines
Ward, G. W. 1'. and bv Charles 11. Hall,
lie utilized in a
G. S. The old charter, yellow with age,
is yet in Jacksonville and is in the posses
sion of David Linn, who intends to pre
sent it to the Oregon Historical Society.
Mr. Linn was one of the charter mem
bers, the other names registered on the
Mrs. George Lance, of Foots i creek,
charter being S. H. Taylor, Wm. Hoff was in Jacksonville Wednesday and
man, D. S. Kenyon, I). M. Kenney, T. Thursday on a visit with her sister Mrs.
G. Jones, T. B. Sifers, Joseph S. Bur W. II. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Lance but
pee, John L. Carter, Chas. Simon, Wm. rtcently returned from a trip to the
Hand, Dr. G. W. Greer, Thomas Pyle, Worlds Fair and to visit relatives in
Wm. G. T’Vault, Curtis Davenport, R. Missouri' Mrs. Lance states that they
S. Dunlap, I). B. Brennan, W. R. Davis spent eight days in St. Louis and fully
T. Deppe, W. M. Richardson aud Rev. utilized their time in seeing the sights
at the fair, but it was so vast that they
Of these 21 charter members Mr. Linn, did not get to see the half, and it was
is the only one yet residing in Jackson marvelous sights well worth the long
ville, all the others being either dead or trip they took to see it.
residents of other places. S. H. Taylor,
who was the first justice of the peace for
THREE TRAINS to the EAST
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Jacksonville, moved away years ago and
Notice is hereby given that all persons
DAILY from PORTLAND
is dead. William Huffman died several
Through Pullman standard and Tourist
years ago in Jacksonville and was one of ust Wulf, deceased, are hereby required sleeping cars- daily to Omaha, Chicago,
to present them to the undersigned on or
the most respected men of the town. before six months from date of this Spokane; tourist sleeping cars daily to |
Kansas City; through Pullman tourist
He was the father of Mrs. David Linn, notice.
sleeping cars (personally conducted)
Mrs. C. C. Beekman and Mrs. J. S. Hoff
Jacksonville. Oregon October 28, 1904. weekly
M rs . E lizabeth W ulf ,
ing chair cars (seats free) to the East i
man of this place. T. G. Jones, D. S.
Administratrix of the Estate of daily.
Kenyon, T. Deppe, John L. Carter and
A ugust W ulf , deceased.
Chas. Simon moved away and the
D epart T ime S chedules A rrive
Sentinel has not been able to ltarn what
EXECUTOR S NOTICE.
has become of them. D. M. Kenney,
Chicago Salt Lake, Denver,
Notice is hereby given to all persons Portland
the father cf W. G. and T. J. Kenney,
Ft. Worth, Omaha,
and whose widow, Mrs. Elizabeth Ken having claims against the estate of Eliz S|>ecial Kansas City, St.
p in I
abeth Ross, deceased, that they must 9:20 p. in.
Louis, Chicago and
ney yet resides in Jacksonville, died here present the same to the undersigned at
via Hunt East.
some years ago. Curtis Davenport died their place of business in Central Point,
in California and Sergeant R. S. Dunlap Oregon, or to Charles Prim, at his office Atlantic
Salt Lake, Denver,
is now at the Oregon Soldiers' Home at in Jacksonville, Oregon, on or before six Express Ft. Worth, Omaha,
months from date of this notice. -
8:15 p. m. Kansas City, St.
Roseburg, hearty and quietly enjoying
Dated this 14 day of October, 1’W.
New buildings; Well
vMtollunt- Louis, Chicago ami 10:30 a m
the closing years of his life. D. B. Bren
J ohn E. R oss .
equipped gymnasium; Am
G eorge B. R oss , . ,
nan was a bright, energetic lawyer and
ple and beautiful grounds;
Walla Walla. Lew
for awhile was a partner with the late
Elizabeth Ross, deceased. St. Paul iston,
Judge P. P. Prim, but becoming inter
Up to date training de
Fast Mail Wallace, Pullman,
ested in mining went to work on a claim
6 p. nt. Minneapolis,
partment; Wholesome in
7:35 a tn
Society's New Game.
he had back of the present Opp mine and
"Trail” has taken society by storm. Spokane Paul, Duluth, Mil
fluences morally and social
in driving a tunnel a blast failed to go It is something new, something different.
off promptly and he went in to fix it
"Trail” as the name implies, is found
ly; Healthful surroundings:
when it exploded and injured him so ed on a popular hunting sport, is played
Expenses nominal; Gradu
badly that he died within a few days. with fifty-three fine cards in four colors,
representing a fox to lie chased anti
ates of tMis school com
J. B. Sifers moved to Josephine county caught, aud four packs of hounds of
mand from $45 to $85
where he served as county Judge and thirteen each.
"Trail" has constantly recurring inter Tickets Eaet via all rail, or boat and rail
represented the County in the legislature.
He afterward moved away but his where est for players as they perfect their play
ing from evening to evening, in marked
abouts is not known here in Jacksonville. contrast to certain recent hoist rous games Ocean
For Catalogue Address
Rev. John Flynn was a popular Metho that bore the players at the end of an
dist preacher and is now in charge of a hour.
With the one pack six other splendid,
Sscretary of the Board or
church near Vancouver, Wash. W. M.
new, copyright games can be played.
All sailing dates
Richardson went back to his former Two Educational games, and two games 8 p. m. subject to change. 4 p. tn.
home in Baltimore where he died several of Fun, making it suitable for all mem
For San Francisco-
A niii . and
sail every five days
years ago. Joseph S. Burpee now resides bers of a family.
“Trail” can lie had of dealers or sent
in Los Angeles. Walter R. Davis died at
Reduced Rates to St. Ionia Exposition.
post-paid, 75c. gilt edge, plain 50c.
Walla Walla where he was town marshal Rules for seven games free.
Daily ex. C olumbia R iver .
The Southern Pacific Co. will sell
at the time of his death. William Hand
COMBINATION CARD GAME CO.
4 p. nt.
8 p. in. To Astoria and
A tlantic , G a .
except round trip tickets at greatly reduced
edited the Table Rock Sentinel for a time
waylandings Sunday rates to St. Louis and Chicago account
and afterward moved to The Dalles
the St. Louis Exposition on the following
10 p. tn.
where he edited the Mountaineer and in
dates: June 16, 17, 18: July 1, 2, 3: Aug
First class sugar pine shakes in any
A. L. CRAIG, Gen. Pass. Agent,
8, 9, 10; September 5, 6, 7: October 3, 4.
which place he died. Dr. G. W. Green quantity at Nunan-Taylor Company.
Quality of Goods, Selec
tion of Stock, and Reason-
ableness of Price
factors always considered
in dealings with customers
so that they may be satis
fied with their purchases
and union P acific
Kinds Of Harness
ly. Fine Shoe Work
W. R. Hawk,
No Change of Cars.
and River Schedule
C. H. THOMAS