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About Jacksonville sentinel. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1903-1906 | View Entire Issue (July 3, 1903)
Î he TÔGCERY
Has just received a large as
sortment of the latest effects
Midget Four-in-Hands and
Bows in Barathea, Marat,
Grogranatt and Peau de
Soie Silks, the new French
.materials imported especi
ally' for this season. :: ::
Mr. ami Mrs. Edward Reynolds were
nuule h.ipp) Momias by the coming of a
tint- baby l>ov to their home.
Charles Pierce, manager of the Ash
land fruit cannery, ami Mrs. Pierce were
in Jacksonville last Sunday to attend the
Robinson Taylor wedding.
Mr. and Mrs. R. \V. Gray of Medford
were tn Jacksonville last Sunday io lx- ,
present at the marriage of Miss Lillian
Taylor to Mr. R. II. Robinson.
Hath made of the best selected grain and guaranteed
the purest on the market
Edward Wendt drove the Applegate
stage Tuesday while his father went on a
business trip to Medford.
Edward is a
hustling Isiv ami there is nothing of the
I». ...I 1. loafer
« > i v . . iiLzsllt
The Bvliee bridge is now open for
travel, J. Hartman having completed the
first of this week the approach to the
south eml which was washed out last
winter by the flood in Rogue River.
Henry Wendt will shortly have a fine
dwelling house put up on his property on
Also a new line of Hats, the Medford boulevard. The building
will lx- 2Dx3O feet two stones high ami
will be lined and paperetl inside instead
of being plastered.
The leaking hydrant has kept up a
mudhole in Sixth street at its intersect
ion with California street for some weeks
It is hardly necessary to tell
past. Mudholes in the winter are but
you that you must come to us
little noticed but one in a street in the
in order to secure the largest
summer is not exactly according to the
assortment and most correct
fitness of things in a well regulated
styles for the present season.
Services at the 1’resbr terian church
Real Estate Dealer
were conducted last Sunday evt ning by
Rev. \V. F. Shields, of Medford, who de
livered a sermon that was well apprec
iated by the congregation. Rev. Shields
I have in luy hands at the present time a latgennih-
will conduct the services for next Sun
of Bargains in FARM, FRUIT and GARDEN'
day coming, his pulpit in the Medford
MEDFORD Presbyterian church being filled by Rev.
W. F. ISAACS
LANDS, and TOWN PROPERTY, of which the
J. B. McMilligan of Portland, state
Phone Main 553.
synodical Sunday school superintendent,
following is a partial list.
who is in Southern Oregon on Sunday
Palm = Bodge Block
school missionary work.
So. I—Is 550 acres more or less, 3<Ml acres No 26 House anti 'J lots in Phot nix, lots
\___________ ___________ / Father J. D. Murphy left Tuesday for Rogue River lxittoin land, all fenced, fklx120 feet each.
San Francisco, where he will spend some
good house, barn and other buildings. No. 30 -1 s .u res wi ll improved, house,
TIMBER LAND ACT JUNE 3. 1878—NOTICE weeks with relatives and also is visiting
barn and other out buildings; one-half
The balance , about 250 acres, good for
a number of his college classmates w ho
timber and pasture. This place is sit
in voung orchard; near Phoenix.
United States Land Office.
reside in California. La’.er in the sum
uated on Rogue River, near town.
Rosebtrg, Oregon. June 17. 1908.
The land is of fine quality. Price tier No. 31 An so acre farm seven mil« s
Notice is hereby gt -en that in compliance with
from railroad, level laml, g<xxi soil, 15
the , rovisions of th" act of Congress of June 3. where
- - he will
1S7K entitled "A < Act for the sale of Timber of September when he will return to No. 2 -I* a tract of 1520 acres, ill fenced
acres clearol ami fenced, 2'1 acres in
Lands in the Sta rsof t California.
.. Oregon Neva-
12i*> acres good alfalfa land; a stream
pasture, remainder easily cleared.
da aud Washington Territory, as extended to . ■>
. ■ ,
all the public land sales by act of August I. I*«92. During his absence Farther E'lward Mur-
running through it of 150 miners'
Dwelling hopae well finishe«!, cost ov
Andrew V Rock, of Jackson County, state of Or- 1 phv of Ashland will conduct services at
inches of water with which the whole
er #500. Bearing orchard; fine well
egon and a resident of the town of Applegate of ■ the Catholic church in this place three
1200 acres can I m - irrigated. The other
ami springs; is tub irrigated, ami can’
said state has this day filed in this office his
He will lit in
.320 acres is higher ground, which is
lx- made one of the lx-st small farms of
sworn statement No. ‘>351. for the purchase of the Sundays in each month.
SW%’ of the NS-1; ot Section No. * in Township Jacksonville Sunday and hold services at
well situated for reservoirs and feed
Jackson county, Is owned by a nun-
No. ."9 South. Range No. 4, West, and will offer
This tract is situate«! in
resident who will give a barg un in or-
proof to show that the land sought is more valu 7 a. m.
Klamath county, alxmt 21» miles from
der to sell quick.
able for its timber or stone than for agricultural
George Thrasher has resigned as city
purposes, and to establish hi.s claim to said laud marshal and he is now driving his team
Klamath Falls, a county road running No. 33 I5'i acres, all in cultivation;
Fxfore the Couuty Clerk of Jackson County. Ore
by it ami a railroad now within alxml
house, barn, etc., mar Phoenix; will
gon, at Jacksonville. ««regon, on Saturday, the hauling lumber from the planing mill to
•'Ml miles ami building rapidly towards
lx- sold all together or divided.
29th day of August, 1903,
Mr. Thrasher finds teaming
He names as witnesses:
it ami is certain to pass mar by it, or No. 34. — 12<M• acre» all improved.
James W. Mee, of Applegate, Oregon; George
cross it in the •near future. A g<xxl
Fine bottom laml, Rogue River run
A. Culev. of Applegate. Oregon: Walter Miller, after the citvs peace and far more comfort
farm house ami barn ami corrals on
ning through it; >500 acres under irriga
of Applegate, Oregon. Fritz Ruch, of Applegate. able hours to work in.
the place. One of the best Itargains in
tion and balance easily watered. Gtxxl
meeting of the council next Tuesday W.
Any and al! persons claiming adversely the
buildings and other im pro vein «-nt.-i; six
above «le-crilxd lands are requested to file their
miles from railroad; near po-dofficr and
claims in this office on or before said 29th day of Kenney is a man of courage and has the
J. T. BRIDGES.
school. Fine alfalfa, fruit or garden
the So. 3 — House ami I lots in Phoenix.
land. Is the cheapest land in Jackson
good sense to know how to control the
county. Price per acre.................. $40
It is So. 4,— 204 acres of g<x»d laml, all
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
boys without precipitating a row.
fenced and in cultivation. A g«xxl No. 3fr 17 43 acres of jiasturi- laml on
probable that he will lx made the regular
Department of the Interior.
farm house and barn. A No. I farm.
Rogue River. Will lx- sold at a bar
Land Office at Roseburg. Oregon. June 10, 1903. marshal as the businessmen all desire his
Near town ami railroad. Price. $9,500.
Notice is hereby given that the following apjxyintment.
named settler has filed notice of his intention to
judge Day has been as patient as So. S—55 acres, house ami 2 barns, 12 No. 37—l.'HiO acres, siXI acres of it fine
to make final proof in supjxrt of his claim, and
acres bottom land, the balance, 4.3 ac
plow laml; al) well watered by fine
that said proof will be made before Silas J. Day. Job an«l as philosophic as Plato in
res, all good land, l^-mile from de|x>t;
U. S. Commissioner, at Jacksonville, Oregon, on the
cri ck and springs. Large part limit r
days of his loneliness, while
July 25. 1903. viz: Jacob C. Knutzen Ud. No.
12 acres under ditch at the head of th«-
cultivation and all under fence. Will
__ Ix-en on an extended
12314. forthe SE^ XW«, NK% SWJ^, WJ4 SEJi, Mrs.__
lx- sold in tracts to suit purchasers.
visit with relatives and friends at Walla
Section 18. Tp 10 SRI W.
He names the following witnesses to prove his Walla, Portland and other northern No. 9—400 acres, within four miles of
Convenient to market and in g«x>«l
continuous residence Upon and cultivation of
Medford; is a fine farm, well improved
But the winter of the Judge's
said land, viz George Culy of Steamloat. Jack- points.
good buildings, small orchard; the best
son county, Oregon: William Swartzbarger. of discontent is evidently alx»ut at an end
acres, three-fourths of a
39. -2 J4
bargain for a farm in Jackson county.
Steamboat. Jackson county, Oregon; Charles for this week he has given an extra
Medford, Good garden
Swartzbarger. of Steamboat. Jackson county,
Price per acre...................................... $10.
land. Goo<l Imx house ................... $J5<>
Oregon William Finney of Jacksonville. Jack shine to his shoes ami he stejis along the No. 10 -- 23 acres all fenced and in
streets with a sprightliness like that of
son county. Oregon.
J. T. BRIDGES.
cultivation. A house ami barn, about No. 40 -30 acres, oil a creek affording
the time 50 years ago next Monday, when
plenty •>( go<xl water; good soil and
50 fruit trees just coming into bearing.
TIMBER LAND ACT JUNE 3. 1378 NOTICE he first saw Jacksonville and jostled his
fine fruit land. Three acres in alfalfa;
miles from town. Price...... $1,000.
wav along its sidewalks through the
goixl buildings; near good si I kmi I and
crowds of miners who had fl«x-ke«l to this
other advantages. J1500, one-half cash
United States Land Office. Roseburg Oregon
in cultivation, 25 acres more to put in;
new mining camp to gather the gold
May 28th 1903.
balance on time. Is a big bargain.
Notice is hereby given that in complian-e with of Rich gulch, Jackson creek and the
county, Oregon. A bargain.
No. 41.— ;40O0 acres of choice laml •
the pro-isions of the act of Congress of June 3rd. other rich placers in this vicinity.
187». entitled "An Act for the Sale of Tinilwr
So. 12— 2G4 acres, all under fence, good
ed in an early «lay. Will be s<
Land- in the States of California Oregon,
E DeRobaum, superintendent of the
5-room house, goo«l spring, water con-
tracts to suit. Will make a do,
Nevada, and Washington Territory." as extend county hospital, says the «lull season is
veyed to house by pipe e, 2 g«x»«l barns,
20 fine farms. This is an opporl
ed to all the public land sales by act of August I,
1392. Charles J. Nunan of Jackson county State now on at that institution, the summer
and in cultivation,
215 acres of choice land
to secure a home in the best p;
of Oregon and a resident of the Town of Jack months always witnessing an exodus of
good for all kinds of grain, 30 or 40
the Rogue River valley.
sonville, of said State, has this day filed in this his boarders, who are largely broke-down
acres would pro'luce g<xxi alfalfa. 'Illis No. 43.— 10 acres of unimproved land.
office his sworn statement No 2552 for the pur
chase of the South-half of the South-West quarter prospectors and miners,
is one of the best farms iu the valley,
Has some good fir, pine and oak. Most
and West (}4)half of South-East quarter of Sec luck and the fates have been against ami
2J4 miles from Phoenix. Price jx-r
«>f land can lx- easily cleared; good
tion No. I in Township No. 39 South Range No. getting too ol«l to stand the hardships of
4 west, and will offer proof to show that the land
soil, plenty of water; halt a mile from
sought is more valuable for its timber ot stone tramping through the mountains pros No. 14—400 acres, 6 miles from Medford,
ami church. Six miles from
than for agricultural pur|x>ses and to establish pecting and being no longer able to se
a good house, 2 barns 100 acres in
Bybee bridge. Price |x-r acre.... #10.
his claim to said laml before Silas J Day, U. S. cure a job in a mine, have only the jxior-
Commissioner of Jackson County, Oregon, at
Mr. De- No. 15— 138 acres on Rogue River, 1<M> No. 45.- < )vcr K0 acres of good alfalfa
Jacksonville. Oregon, on Saturday, the 8th day house as their last refuge.
laml; 50 acres Bear creek bottom land
Robaum says he has but 13 inimates, all
of August, 1903.
acres of as good land as any man could
He names as witnesses; George Hoffman of men, the women seldom ever going to
with a large irrigation ditch. Two
Applegate, Jackson Co. Oregon; T R Rock of
first-class houses, two good barns and
During the winter the
Applegate, Jackson Co. Oregon; Marvin M Tay the poorhouse.
acres of it could be made ready for the
a fine spring house. A< 1JSH ning laml sell
lor of Jacksonville. Jackson Co. Oregon; «.eorge list of Ixiarders runs up to > more than
W. Winetrout of Applegate, Jackson Co. Oregon. double that number,
ing for #200 an acre. Price per acre $130
I but during
„ the No. 22— Hous« and barn in Ph<x nix.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
47.—City property, 2 acres, fine new-
above described lands are requested to file- their
2 lots 00x120 feet. Price................ $650.
claims in this office on or before said 8th day of themselves, returning each fall for shelter No 25— House and .3 lots in Phoenix, lots
house, goo«l well and barn. Goo«l land,
J- T. Bridges,
during the winter-
4 blocks from central school.., ..... $750.
<10x120 each; goo«l house well finished.
Ground Barley, Cracked
Wheat and Other Feed.