Jacksonville sentinel. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1903-1906, July 03, 1903, Image 2

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    \VM. M. COLVIG
Real Estate A
g^^^ Mintnq
Deals on loots Creek.
G. GALE, M. D
R
Ro1x*rt Christian, a Chicago mining
•
1’IIYHICIAN ami SURGEON.
’ ’
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
man, has bargained for nearly all of the J 1
G F Hillings et ni lo Geo W Kopcr; fi aerea
’ land on lower Foots creek, lieginning at j
office in Orth'a Building
Will practice in all the Courts of the
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its mouth he has purchased about 7001
Jefferson l> Winter et ux to John 11 Bugie«,
State.
Hours. 2 to fi nini 7 to H p m
acres of land Ix-longiug to (». \V. Lance
»WJ* ot set, and set,' ot swt, aec 12 ami
nw>, ot nc>. und nel» ■>! nw >, sec 13 und
Jacksonville
for
This laxly of property lays Jacktonvilla
Oregon
.
.
Oregon
nS ot »wS «ec 12. tpStìa, r I w.................. 2000
at the month of the creek and extends '
Amanda T Neil and husb to J 11 Bagley .nl,
up Rogue River to !’. !>utlie!d's ranch. I
ol n< ", sai, ot nel, and m >, ot uw ’,
«ec 1-’. tp 'St. r r I w ......................................
Joining the Lance place on up the creek ;
fi S \ikvii lidio. Il Aikcn. land in )ack*on
the Bilger heirs, Geo. Nettlx*. and Saxer
couuty ....... ........................................................
DENTIST
holding -Mi acres apiece, has lx-eu ob­
E E White to Nellie Hendricks. S int in
Jl, .un» m Istillimi
All work equal to the best to be had iu
2 tained by M-. Christian. On the right
Portland.
W II R o I h : !' < t ux to Ihubiti II ll.iskcll,
Crowns. Bridge work and Artificial Teeth
land in tp mi s, r 2 w .................................... 71XXI hand fork John Short has let a right of
wav through the creek channel for£«MM). |
on either rubber or celluloid plater.
Eugenia I. Atkinaon tu John W Richurdson
lui 20. Hunsaker» adii Vshland
WO On the left hand fork (Ml acres of land
Jacksonville
-
-
Oregon
Rute E Grainger und husb to Eliralwlh A
owned by Grant Mathew* and 10 acres
Smith ha 1, blk 88 Ashland
lielonging to M. O. Hara have been ob­
I w Meniti truxteetoW C Lcever; Iota 18,
Ifi blk 11. Central Vomì
90 tained, bringing the limit of this deal up
JR Landreth et *;x to J I. Ilammersly; lot
7 blk • Gold Hill
Mil) to the famous Black Channel mine. The1
UNITED STATES LAND COMMISSIONER J I. Ilaniincrnly to Belinda Masterson;
work of development is to lx* done with
sanie . ....... ................ . ........................................
•KM) a dredger, one of the inventors lx*ing
Filings and final proofs for homestead*
Paul SwennuiR cl ux Io N C Miller. nS ol
A fine line of Knives,
Mr. Christian, himself.
and timber claims made.
nwl, and nS ol iw'j. *ec t|> ¡17 a. r I w
Razors,
Etc., have just
Mary A Bryce to II C McNeil; same
Fifteen feet of water arc needed to float
been received. Satisfac­
Oregon J S Grigsby lo I. B Grigsby; prop in m - c
the
huge
Ixiat
which
is
to
lx*
used,
and
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tion guaranteed.
several men have for *he past two weeks I
W F Wooden et ux Io R E and i > f Brown
about 21$ acre- Ashland ............. ...........
1 been working on the •lam which is living
Janies Evans Io Mrs E I. Furra; Iola 1, 2, .1.
built across the creek for the purjxise of
4. Atnys Cultage Grove add. Central
raising the water to the required height.
Point
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2ÄJÜ
•
LAWYER
John H Bagiev to Elmer E Bagley truMve;
A large force of men will lx* put on soon.
Of nil kinds found in a
land in sre 12. tp •*’» a, r I w
1
first class stock.
J H Bagivy to Elmer E Bagley; nw^ of t*w-
Office opposite Court House.
J acksonville ’ s M odel P ostoffice —
l4 y»cu 1 and sw>4 of
IK 12; tp 36 a,
r I w................................
1 Postmaster John F. Miller has had the
entire wixxlwork and the linoleum on the
Jacksonville
Oregon
School Lnw Decision..
flour of the jxjstoffice room revarnished,
Ballllxxi Poles, Lilies,
Attorntv-General A. M. Crawford thia being the 117th time, according to
has rendered an opinion, at the request Bum Neither, secretary of the Jackson­
Flies hi great varieties.
of Supt. J. H. Ackerman, as to the ville Improvement Association. who
course to be pursued regarding the dis­ . k< e|is accurate account of nil improve­
position of money and territory in a ments made alxiut town, that Mr. Stiller
school district, which ceases to be a legal has had his office polished and brightened
organization by reason of a failure to up in the six years that he has Ix-eti post­
comply with the school laws. Mr. Craw­ master for Jacksonville. The result of
Proprietor
this retx-ati-d varnishing anti |>oliahing is
ford, in his opinion, says:
that
the
wtxxlwork
has
the
tint
and
■•Referring
to
your
question
as
to
what
1 make all my own
be done with the money, if any shines like highly finished mahogany.
Candies and keep could
is on hand, and also with the territory This varnishing is not alone on the
embraced within its boundaries when a wainscoting anti casings, but is on every
them in large quan­
school
ceases to be a legally or­ article of w<»xl alxnit the room, the l<x-k-
tities and in excellent
ganized distirict under school laws of I mix case anti the counters, tables, chairs
1908, permit me to sav that, under the and sorting table in the rear office. In
variety.
school law of 1903 the County Superin­ the way of furnishings the Jacksonville
tendent and the County Judge and the postoffice has few equals in the United j
Veterinary Surgeon.
Commissioners of the county in which States ami in its neat ap|x-aranceanil con­
ICE CREAM
the district is situated can. upon its dis­ venience there is certainly not six other'
The best iu Southern Oregon
solution, upon petition of three of the offices in all the county that can even lie .
legal voters of the district, annex it to compared to it. The tl<x>r in lx>th the ,
FRESH FRUITS
another district or divide it and annex it front and rear office is covered with Medford,
Oregon
Always kept in stock
to twoor mure districts. Upon diaolution linoleum and not a particle of dirt is
the money raised by special tax should even to lx* seen alxiut the rixnn, for that i
be returned to the taxpayers who raised litter of torn envelo|x-s, newspaper wrap
Cigars, Tobaccos
it. and if any money is on hand from the pers, etc., to lx* seen on the fl<x>r of near-1
county or state taxes it should lx: return­ lv every postoffice is never seen her--
and Notions
ed ’o the County Superintendent, that The walls of the front office where the
he may distribute the same among the ¡Kitrons receive their mails are decorated
other districts, or if the territory of the with handsome engravings and oil txiint- '
district dissolved shall lx: promptly an­ itigs, an<l interspersed with the pictures
nexed to some other district then its pro­ are brackets upon which are flower jxits
portions of the public money should Ixt- and from the ceiling flower pots are sus­
J0
long to the districts so consolidated. pended, all containing heavy, foliaged
But if the territory of the district which plants and trailing vines, the dark green
A full line always on hand of
has ceaseil to be a legal district is not an­ of which gives a most pleasing effect to
the
office.
In
fact
one
feels
on
going
nexed to another district, but is treated
Box Stationery
as the public domain, without any or­ into the rixim that they were entering a
place which is a combination of a twirlor
ganization,
the
public
funds
must
be
re
­
Tablets
AND
turned and-be distributed by the next and a greenhouse. Mr. Miller's office is
apportionment made by the County one of the attractions of Jacksonville anti
Fancy Soaps and
not a stranger, who has a love for the ar­
School Superintendent.”
tistic, visits the town but what goes to
Perfumery
Goon N ews to Y ount . M en —The the postoffice to admire its beauty anti to
young ladies of the Epworth League will note the contrast between it anti the
Fine grade of CRIA RS
have a handsome booth in the court average postoffice. The handsome ap­
Racycles, Ramblers and
house park on the Fourth of July, where pearance of the office rooms is but in
handled
other standard bicycles.
they will dispense lemonade made by a keeping with the thorough and systema­
maid, home made candy made by a tic manner in which the work of the
dandy, and luscious ice-cream that will office is carried on. Mr. Miller gives the
Special attention given to
give pleasant dreams.
Young men bear closest attention to every detail of his
Repairs made to bicycles
Prescriptions
work
and
the
patrons
of
the
office
are
this in mind and don’t fail to be on time
never annoyed with wrongly sorted mail,
sewing machines, guns
with Mary, Marie, ’rene and Evaline.
and with the railway mail clerks he holds
and all kinds of small
J. W. ROBINSON M. D.
Ben Hayman, a former commissioner an enviable reputation for al ways correct­
of Jackson county, and who is resid­ ly routing his mail.
In making up his
machines.
Proprietor,
ing at Rrxrk Point was in Jacksonville reports .Mr. Miller is always on time and
JacKionvi le,
.
Ore
Monday. Mr. Hayman is one of the the {xistal inspectors pay him the com­
old-timers of the Rogue river valley and pliment of having his Ixioks and office
has many friends in Jacksonville among work m better shape than is found in but
the pioneers.
few postoffices on the Pacific coast.
Jacksonville is proud of its postoffice and '
well mav it lx: for it is such an office
as would lie a credit to any town in the !
United States.
nR. T. T. SHAW
POSTO F FI G EÌ
JOHN S. ORTH
CUTLERY
R. NEIL
THE
'I
Miners’ Supplies
BOSS
JOHN F, MILLER
for homemade candy
J
H. Messner,
City Drug
.... Store
A. LEARNED
BICYCLE STORE
REPAIR SHOP
TED KELSO
BOYD
&
UNDERTAKERS
A full and complete line of
Undertaking Goods, Robes,
Suits, Burial Shoes.
Calls answered promptly at
all hours.
Night Phone, 624.
Day Phone, 573.
Mrs. Conklin, Assistant
If. M. Morris has the farm belonging
to Rev. Roliert Ennis on Jackson creek
rented for this year. There is an orchard
of 15 acres on the place, but Mr. Morris
does not exjxsct to realize much from the
fruit other than the grapes of which he
will have about four tons. The peach
trees were so injured by frosts that
there will not lx.* over 10 bushels of
peaches, while the apple trees not being
sprayed for several years past will have
little valuable fruit. Thisorchard last year
produced a fine crop of peaches and the
renter, Chas. Sullivan, shipped them
north and never heard of them afterwards
not even getting a notice from the com­
mission man to remit the freight. This
has been the experience of other or-
chardists and it is little wonder that no
interest is taken in fruit raising by the
small farmers around Jacksonville.
First-class quality
and a reasonable
price, my specialty
Fresh fruit
and vegetables
Highest price paid
for farm produce
T. J. GOODWYN
The West Side Grocery.
Medford,
Oregon