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About Jacksonville sentinel. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1903-1906 | View Entire Issue (July 3, 1903)
Camp stoves and utensils for camping
the Bohemia district, was in Jacksonville
the past week investigating the mineral
r< sonret s of this section with a view of
doing some extensive prosjx-cting this
Nunan's store was closed Monday
Si>a|>s for millmeti mid me< hanics at
while stock was being taken ami now
the City Drug Store.
j Mime big bargains will la- given in order
Cail Van Antworp left Medford for a ,
| to clear out remnant goods ready for the
trip of two weeks to Han Francisco.
big stock, the largest that has been or
Miss Emma Ulrich mid Miss Florence dered for year» past, that is now on
Bolt will leave next Monday for Crescent the way from the East for the fall trad«'.
Citv to »js-nd th< summer with Mrs. Mo*
Armstrong Bros, will shortly la-gin the
hoffer, an mint of Mi»»Ulrich.
erection of a fine dwelling house at the
Chris I Urich received a < urloud of crush- Laurelash farm. The main jxirt of the
cd barley Monday from Portland for Ins building will la- 24 x3d feet, story ami
tied store. Mr. Ulrich has a full line of a half high, with an addition Illx2»l, one
all kinds <>f feed mid grain.
story, to use for a kitchen ami for milk
T. C. Norns ba« received a large ship- and »tore rooms. No contract has la-en
incut of new stoves that he Ixnight at a let vet for the work.
price that will «liable him to sell at ls-d-
Business in every line in Jacksonville
r<H'k price. A sample bargain is a range is on the increase, but none have made
that is a first-class cooker, for f)H.
greater gains than Chas. Dunford's trans
The Bybee bridge is now open for fer business. Even though working from
travel, J. Hart in an have completed the 12 to 15 hour» each dav Mr. Itunford finds
first of this made the approach to th« it difficult to do all the teaming that is
south eml that was Wnxht-d out last offered him ami lie has decided to put on
winter by the flrxrd in Rogue River I It Ht another team, us soon as he can find a
»¡mu of horses which he can buy.
Mrs. T. C. Norri» returned Monday
from a visit of a tew <lav» at the home of
her unde and mint Mr. mid Mrs. T. IL
Brown, <>f Table R< h I i , Mrs. Brown ac
companied Mr». Norris to Jacksonville
ami sjH iit several «lavs in this place.
Mr .«nd Mr». Hoar came in from Wat
kins Monday to purchase supplies and
Til' m I. iv they n turned home.
Mr» Hoar arc new settler» on Applegate
and are already getting them a comfort
able home and the lieginning of a g<xxl
F. O. Collin», farmer, and miner of
Watkins > was in Jacksonville, Monday
night, Mr. Collin» settled on upjx -r Ap-
ph-gatc in IMI5, buying out Thomaa
Wright, who hail taken up a claim a
short tunc previous at the
til. mouth of
Geo. A. Hyson, one of the three dis
covers of th«- famous Lucky Bov mine in
The Best Home-cooked
Meal In Jacksonville. Edt
d mcdl and judeje for
COR ORECON & CALIFORNIA STS
Mrs. A. L. PEACHEY
Professional Carpet Weaver
Ha« a new flying Shuttle Loom
MM Is pi epari il to «lo «tnctiy first
da»» work ou cnrprt» atuf rug»
Calling cards, the latest in style ami
printed so neatly as to resemble copper
plate work at the Sentinel office.
Landlord Ik-Robatiin of the U. 8. hotel
has fallen into line with the movement
that is to bring a renovation to old Jack-
sonvillr and remove the unsightly »beds,
outbuildings and other old wrecks that
mar th«- beauty of the prettiest town in
He has had a general
renovation ma<le of th«- back yard at the
U. S. hotel ami has had removed some
old shells that were both unsightly as
well as a risk from fire.
ALL KINDS OF FRESH MEATS
• • WHOLESALE and RETAIL ::
BEALL makes 'em at the
The WAYSIDE STUDIO
3 Mile* Northeast of Jacksonville
W hite & T rowbridce
THE BIG LAND AGENTS
MEDFORD. - OREGON
117// fill an order promptly for one board or a
million feet of lumber. Rough and dressed lum
ber. mouldings, door and window frames and
casings, dimension timbers—everything com
plete furnished for a house, barn, bridge or any
other wooden structure.
Our dressod Lumber is equal in quality and finish to
any on the Pacific Coast
Shipments by car to any point in the United
States promptly made. Highest market price
paid for lumber from any mill in Southern
Mill and Planing Mill
Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Hover, who have
been visiting for the past two weeks
with Mr. Hover's brother, Geo A. Hover,
of near Medford, have become so well
pleased with the climate, the people and
the many advantages that Southern Ore-
to become permanent
Jackson County and have bought of E.
King the old Sykes place near Phoenix.
There are 23 acres in the tract and it is
all in bearing apples, pears ami prune
Mr. King having all he could
tend to in his sawmill near this place
had to neglect his orchard, but Mr.
Hover will at once put it in good order,
spray the trees ami thin the fruit. Mr.
and Mrs. Hover will return to Custer
County, Nebraska in a short time, where
they have a fine farm which they will
sell and then leave that country of un-
certain crops, ami disagreeable climate
(or the land where crops do not fail and
blizzards and torrid heats are unknown.
I have on hand a full line
of household and kitchen
I do funeral directi ng a nd
undertaking as a special
Wagon at A Bargain.
Special attention given to orders from a distance for
Mining Camps and .Mills. Meats shipped promptly and in
. LUMBER COMPANY
The pleasure derived from most possessions is temporary
but a portrait is a human document and is often the only
means by which you are remembered.
We buy wool and mohair.
JI Fine Portrait
Sewing Machines, Lime, Cement and
40 inch mount vernon draper «luck,
wagon cover «luck, 50 inch black enamel
carriage «luck for sale at Nunan’s, Jack
C. XV. Coulter, Jacksonville's new
painter, has la-en as busy as a tick in a
tar bucket, to use an old Southern simile,
since he opened his shop three weeks
ago. In addition to doing a lot of car
riage work In- has done some fine window
lettering for Ulrich's Model Confection
ery, ami painted a couple of signs for
Mrs. Lyden's restaurant, and has given a
coat of varnish to the woodwork of the
fxistofficc and rejMiinted the front of Geo.
Neulier's saloon buildings.
he w ill repaint the front of Ulrich's con
fectionery store anil he has other jobs
offered that will keep him wielding his
brush steadily for some time to come.
He will have after this week a young
man from Medford to help him and then
he will I m - able to do all jolis on short
Proportionate in price that has given you more
lasting satisfaction than
H. C. MACKEY
5^That is it
We have the largest and best list in Southern Oregon of
Fruit, Alfalfa, Dairy and Stock l-ands. Timber Lands,
Mining liargains and Town Property.
The Sisters at the St. Marys Academy
after a season of hard work in the Acad
emy will most of them take a vacation
Sister M. Marguerite and
Sister .»!. Ambrose- left last Friday and
this Thursdav Sister M. Roar, and Sister
M. Seraphia left for Portland where they
will spend their vacation. Sister Super
ioress M. Alix rta with two Sisters will
remain in charge of the Academy home
as they have several children who will re
main at the Acaileniv home this summer.
The growing of English walnuts is
coining to la-an industry in Oregon for
! this tree liears as prolific here ami has as
fine flavored nuts as are grown in Eng
land. In the vicinity of Dundee in Yam
hill county there arc 97 acres of walnuts,
that lx-ing the largest acreage of any
other locality in Oregon.
many English walnut trees growing in
Second Floor, Adkins Block,
the yards of Jacksonville ami the tree lias
proven itself a vigorous grower and a
prolific bearer of very fine flavored nuts.
At the price these nuts sell for in the
market it would be a profitable invest
ment to plant the hill land about Jack
Fine Photography a Specialty. sonville with English walnuts, for to
Special attention given to posing grow them would require no cultivation,
nor anv of the other expense
of children. Jill work guaran spraying
that is connected with the growing of
teed. Prices reasonable.
A new 34x11 Bain wagon, never used
but to haul eight loads of lumber, and
paint not even scratched. Sold at a bar
Stored at Jacksonville Livery
Stable. Inquire of G ko . L ewis .