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About Jacksonville sentinel. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1903-1906 | View Entire Issue (May 22, 1903)
Suriddv School Consention.
Better Service tor Jacksonville Nailrood.
President W. S. Barnum of the Rogue
River Valley Railroad arrived home Sun
day from the Sound where he had been
to purchase another locomotive for his
At Olympia lie purchased a fine lo
comotive that had been used on the road :
from Olympia to Tenino.
It is of 22 '
.M.mill.ii tiin-r ot
tons weight and for its size is a very I
powerful engine and it can ¡mH hilly
double the load that either of the two
locomotives now in use on the road can
haul. The new locomotive was brought
to Jacksonville Tuesday evening on a
flat car and Wednesday morning Mr.
Barnum with a force of men built up an
7:30 p. m.—Address of Welcome, Rev. i incline and run it off to the main track
T. !.. Crandall, Medford.
Mr. Barnum has sold their little engine
tach made of select-
Response, Prof. E. E. Washburn, to Purtland parties and it will lie shipped
at once to that city. Their large engine
Pldninq, turninq and
ed qrdln and quaran-
8.1X)—Address, Rev. R. McKillop, Ash- they will retain to use when extra work
is required, or repairs are necessary to
other wood nork done
teed the best on the
their other locomotive. The large pas-
on short notice.
9.1)0 a. m.—Devotional Exercises, Rev. senger coach he lately purchased from
the Southern Pacific is being repainted
S. H. Jones. Jacksonville.
, anti put in firstclass order for use to
Enrollment of I>elegates.
handle better the greatly increased
Appointment of Committees.
! passenger traffic that has come this
Reports from Schools.
10:00—Home Department. Rev. 1 P. F. spring between this place and Medford.
In anticipation of the heavy freight and
passenger traffic that he expects this
11:00—Rest Hour for the Sunday School. summer Mr. Barnum is having new- ties
put down on the track wherever the tiea
Rev. E. M. Patterson, Medfonl.
are showing signs of weakness. For the
present no change in the time card will
be made, only the two round trips a «lay
1:30 p. tn.—Devotional Exercises. Rev. I is being made, but later on additional Mill Calhoun. Phocnit, Ore.
H. C. Ckmans, Medford. Ore.
trips may lx- made should there be traffic
1:45—Address by State Worker.
to justify the change.
Church to County S. S. Convention
Work. Prof. A. J. Hanby, Central
Oregon Pioneer Association.
are being made for the
Real Estate Dealers
3:00—How to hold Bovs in the S. S. holding of the thirty-first annual re un-
' ion of the Oregon Pioneer Association,
Mrs. Mary Dunn. Ashland.
We have have in our hands al present a large num
to I m : held in Purtland on Wednesday,
3:30—The Prime object of S. S. Work.
ber of Bargains in FARM, FRUIT and GARDEN
in, the original territory of Oregon prior
Stella Duclose. Medfonl.
to February 14, 1859, without regard to
LANDS, and TOWN PROPERTY, of which the
4.00—Reports of Committees and Elec-
following is a partial list.
bership. Beginning with June 1-5 Pio
tion of Officers.
m : opened on the
Question Box. G. F. Billings.
top floor of the city hall, where badges No. I—Is 550 acres more or less, 300 acres No 26 H oum - am) 2 lots in Phoenix, lots
Rogue River txittom land, all fenced,
60x121) feet each.
may l>e secured from the secretary, Geo.
g<xxt house, barn and other buildings. No. 30 -IM acres well improved, houac,
800—Devotional Exercises, Rev. G. W. H. Himes.
The balance, about 2-50 acres, gtxxl for
barn ami other out buildings; one-half
The formal program will be given in
timber and iiasturr. This place is sit
in young orchard; near Phoenix.
Addresses: Teacher’s Meetings. Rev. the Exposition building Wednesday af
uated on Rogue River, near town.
M. L. Darby, Medford.
Primary ternoon, June 17, and will include the
The land is of fine quality. Price tier No. 31—An MO acre farm seven miles
Department, I. N. Copia, Griffin following numbers, Music by Brown's
from railroad, level land. g<x>d soil, 15
Creek. The Holy Spirit, Rev. E. B. band; prayer. Grand Chaplain I). B"
acres cleared ami fenced, 2d acres in
Lockhart, Central Point.
Gray, ls51, Portland; annual address, No. 2—1 s a tract of 1520 acres, all fenced,
1200 acres g< km I alfalfa land; a stream
pasture, remainder easily cleared.
Resolutions and Adjournment.
Hon. C. W. Fulton, Astoria; music, by
running through it of 150 miners*
Dwelling house well finished, cost ov
band; occasional address, O. C. Apple-
inches of water with which the whole
er ¿500. Bearing orchard; fine well
To the Superintendents, Officers and
1200 acres can I m - irrigated. The other
and springs; is sub-irrigated, and can
Teachers of Jackson County, Oregon, band; lienediction, chaplain.
320 acres is higher ground, which is
I m - made one of the l>est small farms of
well situated for reservoirs ami feed
Jackson county, Is ow ned by a non
We urge a hearty co-operation and full en's Auxiliary will given banquet to all
This tract is situated in
resident who will give a bargain in or-
attendance of all Sunday School workers members in grxxl standing who have the
Klamath county, about 20 miles from
der to sell quick.
at Convention. Entertainment will lx-
Klamath Falls, a county rood running No. 33 I5‘, acres, all in cultivation;
The reception committee will tions will be issued to the husbands or : by it and a railroad now within about
house, barn, etc., near Phoenix; will
meet you and assign you your place of
50 miles ami building rapidly towards
I m - sold all together or divided.
Each Sunday School is neers themselves, upon application to
it and is certain to pass mar by it, or No. 34.
12*M> acres all improved.
entitled to tie represented bv two dele
cross it in the near future. A gixxl
Fine bottom land, Rogue River run
gates, Superintendent and Pastor. Send
farm house and l>arn and corrals on
ning through it; 500 acres under irriga
reports of your Sunday School, and the for those desiring to attend the reunion.
the place. One of the best bargains in
tion ami )>alance easily wiuered. Good
names of your delegates, to Mrs. D. E.
New Candidate for Queen.
all Southern Oregon. Price jx-r acre
buildings ami other improvements; six
Hyde, Ashland, Oregon, at once. This
miles from railroad; near post office and
will aid us in many ways to provide for
No. 3 — House and 4 lots in Phoenix.
school. Fine alfalfa, fruit or garden
your good entertainment, and save time
land. Is the cheapest land in Jackson
in Convention. Come to the convention. Grants Pass W. O W. carnival ami now No. 4 — 204 acres of g<xxl land, all
county. Price jx-r acre.................... $10
R ev . W. B..M oore , President,
fenced and in cultivation. A g«xxl No. 36 17 43 acres of pasture land on
burn of Gold Hill is secoud. Grants
Mrs. D. E. H yde , Cor. Sec’y.
farm house and barn. A No. 1 farm.
Pass and Jacksonville are a close third
Rogue River. Will I m - sold at a bar
Near town and railroad. Price.. $9,500.
Prospectors, campers, timberland cruis and fourth. The voting closes June 4th Ko. S—.V> acres, house and 2 barns, 12
No. 37— 1500 acres, H00 acres of it fine
ers will find our stock of staple and at 12 o’clock, and who ever gains the
acres lx>ttoin land, the balance, 43 ac
plow land; all well watered by fine
fancy groceries qu te complete, and coveted place of queen will be given ¿50
res, all good land, J^-mile from depot;
and springs. Large part under
prices always the lowest at Nunan’s, Jack
12 acres under ditch at the head of the
have a brass band at her disposal that
cultivation ami all under fence. Will
ditch. Price..................................... $5000
she may send to any or all trains to
I m - sold in tracts to suit purchasers.
Superintendent W. F. Arant has re meet friends whom she may delight to No. 9—400 acres, within four miles of
Convenient to market ano in g<xxl
Medford; is a fine farm, well improved
ceived word that Crater Lake National so honor. The keys of the city of Grants
good buildings, small orchard; the best
Park will be surveyed by the Govern Pass will be delivered to her by the
bargain for a farm ill Jackson countv. No. 39.— 2Ji acres, three-fourths of a
ment as soon as the snow disappears mayor as soon as the coronation cere
mile from Medford. Good garden
Price per acre...................................... $10.
from the mountains. The boundaries of monies are complete. She will have the
land. Good lx>x house.................... $>50
the park, containing 249 square miles, privelege of selecting her maids of honor
40—30 acres, on a creek affording
cultivation. A house ami barn, about
have never been defined and until that is and all other aid.
of good water; good soil and
done, the superintendent cannot tell ex
The following are the votes as they
line fruit land. Three acres in alfalfa;
1 '/, miles from town. Price..... $1,000.
actly where liis authority begins or ends now stand:
g<xxl buildings; near good school and
with reference to possible trespassers or
Miss Centenna Rothermal, Medford, No.ll— 145 acres on Butte creek, 25 acres
other advantages. ¿1500, one-half cash
those asking privileges.
balance on time. Is a big bargain.
all fenced, fair buildings, Jackson
Miss Blackburn, Gold Ilill, 1997.
41. 4000 acres of choice land select
Miss Grace Good, Grants Pass, 1415.
ed in an early day. Will be sold in
Miss Helen Colvig, Jacksonville, 1037. No. 12—2»>4 acres, all under fence, good
5-rooui house, good spring, water con
tracts to suit. Will make a dozen or
Miss E. Hartman, Grants Pass, 101(1.
veyed to house by pipe, 2 g'xxl barns,
20 fine farms. This is an opportunity
Miss Prue Angle, Medford, 928.
215 acres of choice land in cultivation,
to secure a home in the best part of
Miss Lou Briggs, Ashland, 704.
good for all kinds of grain, 30 or 40
the Rogue River valley.
Miss Carrie White, Grants Pass, 574.
acres would produce good alfalfa. This No. 43.— 40 acres of unimproved land.
You will always find the best
Miss Lucy George, Ashland, 509.
is one of the best farms iu the valley,
of rich, flaky icecream in my
Miss E. Dowell, Grants Pass, 479.
Has some good fir, pine and oak. Most
2J4 miles from Phoenix. Price tier
store, LEMONADE that is
Mrs. Bonney, Grants Pass, 135.
of land can lie easily cleared; good
soil, plenty of water; half a mile from
Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Adams drove in No. 14 — 400 acres, fl miles from Medford,
school and church. Six miles from
a good house, 2 barns 100 acres in
from the Blue Ixdge copper mine Tues
Bybee bridge. Price jx-r acre.... .„¿10.
day morning and that afternoon they
45__ < )ver 80 acres of good alfalfa
drove to Ashland to remain over Wed
land; 50 acres Bear creek bottom land
acres of as good land as any man could
with a large irrigation ditch. Two
wish for. No improvements. Thirty
the President. Mr. Adams is one of the
first-class houses, two good ban.s ami
acres of it could lie made ready for the
members of the Blue Ledge Copper Com
a fine spring house. Adjoining land sell
plow with 15 days labor.
pany that sold that famous property to
ing for ¿200 an acre. Price per acre .$130
the Clark Syndicate and he is spending No. 22— House and barn in Phoenix.
this summer on the Applegate to look
2 lots (Mix 120 feet. Price................ $650. No. 47.— City property, 2 acres, fine new
house, good well and barn. Good land,
after important milling interests that he No 25- House and 3 lots in Phoenix, lots
4 blocks from central school........ $750.
(Mix 120 each; good house well finished.
has in that district.
The twelvth annual convention of the
Sunday schools of Jackson county will be
held in Medfonl on Tuesday ami Wed
nesday. May 26 ami 27, at the First M.
E. church. l*rvparations are being made
in Medfonl to entertain the delegates
and others attending the convention in a
manner befitting the occasion. From in
formation received by those in charge of
the arrangements there promises to be a
large attendance at the convention from
all parts of the county.
The following is the program for the
Ground Barley, Cracked
Wheat and Other Feed.
w. H. M c D aniels