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About Jacksonville sentinel. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1903-1906 | View Entire Issue (July 10, 1903)
T he TOGGERY
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wendt were made
glad Monday by receiving a letter from
their son Henry, of whom they had heard
nothing since the first of March. Henry
Has just ri ccived a large as
went nto the show business last spring
and is now one of the proprietors of Les
sortment of the latest effects
ter Bros, and Wemlt’s Great Modern
Woodmen Minstrels. By a big colored
jioster he sent to bis parents Mr. Wendts
show appears in Burns on June 24, but as
to their future route Mr. Wendt did not
Each made of the best selected grain and guaranteed
Midget Four-in-Hands and state.
the purest on the market
to the bids being higher than
Bows m Barathea, Marat, lie Owing
cared to pay Henry Wendt did not let
Grogranatt and Beau de the contract for building his house. He
will have it done by days work and has
Soic Silks, the new French hired Ered Eick at $2.50 per day to take
Mr Wendt’s son, Edward,
materials imported especi charge
who is quite handy with tools, will assist
Mr. h ick in the work. The building w ill
ally tor this season. :: :: be
2Dx3O feet, two stories high. It will
not be plastered, but will be lined with
dressed lumber and papered. The lum-
lx r for the house w ill be furnished by the
Also a new line of Hats, Iowa Lumber Company.
Owing to Rev. W. E. Shieldsnot being
1 able to secure a minister to take his pul
Caps and Shirts
pit in the Presbyterian church in Med
ford last Sunday he could not come to
Jacksonville to hold services that even
ing in the Presbyterian church, but he
It is hardly necessary to tell
succeeded in securing Mr. Geo. Byers, a
young man now working at Gold Hill to
volt that you must com • to us
conduct the met ting. Mr. Byers is the
ill older to secure the largest
ological student and graduated this spring
assortment mill most correct
from Albany college ami this fall he
stilts for the present season.
will enter the Presbyterian Seminary at
San Erancisco and complete his prepara
Real Estate Dealer.
tion for the ministry. Eor a beginner
Mr. Byers pri a< lied a very good dis
course and he appears to have the qual
ities that goto tin- making of a successful
I have in my hands at the present time a large num
minister, for lie has a good voice and
presence and impresses Ins hearers with
ber of Bargains in EARM, FRUIT and GARDEN
MIDIORI) ¡ns sincerity and earnestness, and to add
W. F. ISAACS
LANDS, and TOWN PROPERTY, of which the
to this quality he is not afraid of good
Pitone .Mitin 55.».
hard work,for in the interim of his duties
following is a partial list.
he is doing manual labor to earn the
tnoiicv to pav his wav through college. Mo. I—Is 550 acres more or less, 300 acres
No 26— House and 2 lots in Phoenix, lots
Should Rev. Jones not return bv next
Rogue River bottom kind, all fenced, 1 110x120 feet each.
Sunday Io fill his pulpit, Rev. Shields
good house, barn and other buildings. No. 30 -IS acres well improved, house,
NOTICI': will secure some minister to fill the Pres
TIMIII.R I.ANI» AlT |fM
barn and other out buildings; one-half
The balance, about 250 acres, good for
|I>R I I III.Il ATI< »X
byterian pulpit for Sunday evening.
timber and pasture. This place is sit- | in voting orchard; near Phoenix.
l'ilileil Stati» I.mill office
Chits. Basie’s broken leg has so far
nated on Rogue River, near town.
R osi tuli g , < Il egon . filile 17. l’.Hrt
knit together that he can bear the exer
The kind is of fine quality. Price per I No. 31— An SO acre farm seven miles
Noth, I» heieliy glieli timi ili ciilllpliunie with
till- , toi i»loii» ot Illi- ni t ot Coligli »» of full,- 3. tion of walking about with the aid of
from railroad, level land, good soil, 15
IM’S lutili, ,1
All Act tot the Sale ot Timber crutches and Monday lie made his first
No. 2 —Is a tract of 1520 acres, all fenced,
acres cleared and fenced, 2<> acres in
I.mnl» iti III, slut,-» ot Calilo! urn oh gon Neva
trip out of his yard. He made the one
1200 acres good alfalfa land; a stream I pasture,
remainder easily cleared.
■ tu mnl \Vn»liingloii Tei i itury
ua < ii < ih I, ,I to
running through it of 150 miners’
all th, pillili, lami »ale» by ai l ol Augii»! I. IS!».', block from his residence Lewis’ livery
Dwelling house xvell finished, cost ov
Aiuti, « V l<o, k of fin k»on Contiti Stille of Ur
-.table but that was all that he felt safe tn
inches of water w ith which the xx’hole
er #500. Bearing orchard; fine well
i gon nml a h -» ii I< lit of tli< low ii ol Applegate ol
traieling for the first time in three m< to
1200 acres can lie irrigated. Tile other | ¡tnd springs; is sub-irrigated, ami can
»aid stati Im, till» dui tiled ill till» office bl»
320 acres is bight r ground, which is
»«olii »lai, nielli No <ld. fol tile piitclm», ot tile ths, for it was three months to a day
be made one of the liest small farms of
SU'«, olili, N W q of Section No Sin l'oivn»lnp from the time lie fell from a ladder ami
xx’ell situated for reservoirs and feed
Jackson county. Is owned by a non
No '* soul Ii Rangi No I Wist mid «ill olici broke his lf-g to Ins first trip out.
This tract is situated in
resident who will give a bargain in or
piool to »lion limi tlie land »ought I» mote vnlu
Klamath county, about 20 miles from
der to sell quick.
uld, foi it» limbi i ot »tone tlimi lot ugi icultiiriil Basye is a listless, energetic man and
(an !»>»<» and to < »Iub1i»li hi» cimili to »aid land his anxiety to resume
Klamath Ealls, a county road running No. 33-15«. acres, all iti cultivation;
>< lol, tile l olititi C tel k ol fu, k oli Corniti, III,
it and a railroad now xvithin about
house, barn, etc., near Phoenix; will
gon at JackMinvilh
OH-gim on Saturday, tile
less patlor figure is one of the causes for
50 miles and building rapidly towards
be sold all together or divided.
*'•111 du lol « ugii't It*«'I.
Il, name» ns w Itn, »»<■»
his long confinement, for a too early re
it and is certain to pass mar by it. or No. 34. — 1200 acres till improved.
lain, - W Me, ot Xpplcgati Uligini. George lease of the splints caused a backset to
cross it in the near future. A good
Eine bottom land, Rogue River run
A Cut, i . of Applegate in, gon W allei Xlilhi
his leg, bom s of which wete crushed at
farm house and barn and corrals on '
ning through it; 500 acres under irriga
ol Vpplegate < ncgon . 1-1 it/ Rm h ol Xpptegalc
the time of the accident until they pro
l II eg,>li
the place. One of the l>est bargains in
tion and balance easily watered. Good
Any and all ihi »<> ii » claiming mtver«ely tile truded through the flesh.
all Southern Oregon. Price per acre
buildings and other improvements; six
al»,ii des I ib< ,1 laud» m < reipie»leit to td, their
miles from railroad; near postoflice and
ilnim» hi I III» office mi nr In tore »aid "«111 day «•I pieces aii' making a tine union now and
J T IIRIhGliS
it will not be so many weeks until he can Mo. J— House and 4 lots in Phoenix.
school. Eine alfalfa, fruit or garden
h A> M 2S
walk as well as ever, though possibly he
land. Is the che.qiest land in Jackson
max have a stiff ankle. Eorlunately Mo. 4
201 acres of good land, all
conntv. Price per acre..................... $30
Mr. llasx c is an < hid Eellow and that order
fenced anil in cultivation. A good No. 36 -1743 acres of pasture land on
|ll'|Hlttllll'llt l>t tilt' llltt'IIOI
is paving him a sick bi ndit of #x. js-r
farm house and barn. A No. 1 farm.
Rogue River. Will be sold at a bar
t,Mini i>ffic<* si Hoscimi k i»tcK<m. fune in, lima
Near toxvn and railroad. Price.. $9,500.
I» lii icliv «lini tll.ll tilt tolto« IIIR Week, which has been quit a help to him
llulllol »1 liti I lui» filili notiev ol tu» tilt. Ittioli lo in these dais whin
Ills ex|x*nscs are Mo. $ -55 acres, house and 2 barns, 12 No. 37— 1500 acres, SOO acres of it fine
lo inakr tinnì piiHit in sii|ii>oti ot tu» limili unii verv heavx and his income light.
acres bottom land, the balance, 43 ¡te
limi ».mi puMit «ili In umili- I h -I ok siili» ) l»uy,
plow kind; all will watered by fine
res, all good kind, ‘4-mile from dejxit;
Arthur Ellison, one of the Iowa Lum
I s l ottiiniHMloni i ut fuck»olivllti iltrgon oli
creek ami springs. Large part under
jlllv ■ ’ l'*«i vi« Jacob C
12 acres under ditch at the head of the
ber Co.'s mill I mus , spent his fourth of
cultivation and all under fence. Will
I I I lol Ih, Si •«, N XX I, NI«, SU 1, W l, Si «,
I h - sold in tracts to suit purchasers.
Su l Ioli Ih T|» IO S RI W
ll< imito «ili«- tolto« mg witlli»«<» lo piove III» Mr. and
Mrs. T. B. Ellison on Big Mo. 9 |00 acres, within four miles of
Convenient to market ami in good
colltlllllcui» iv»ulelli’< ul»»n ioni l'ult li ut ioii ol Stickcv, and at Big Butte, where he goes
Medford; is a tine farm, xxell improved
»uhi lumi il«
1,,-otRc culi ot sii ionl*oat Jack
good buildings, small orchard; the best
each time more
moi minili tu, goti. William siiuitrbmgi r
ol frvqiuntlv returning
39.-2'. acres, three-fourths of a
bargain for a farm in Jackson county.
Sii iiiii I hhi I . Jack »oli lOllllll
Oiigoii. «'halle» smiling than on the previous visit.
S wiii liba! gii
ot Si vii III boni. lui k soli louilli. Ellison states that crops look quite well
oh goti William l inm i
ot lai k» ohi ili« lin k
oil Butte click and that on Cai'ller Hill No. 10 — 23 acres all fenced and tn
Min mimlv, O h goti
T KRIIM.I S
cultivation. A house and barn, about
section where his father's farm is the
li 1.« 7 17
plenty of goixl xvater; good soil and
50 fruit trees just coming into liearing.
TIMIUR I.ANI» ai r Il M
i IO NOTICE
fine fruit land. Three acres in alfalfa;
1 UK l‘l 111. Il' A HON
good buildings; near good school and
A good crop of alfalfa and grain hay is Mo.II 115 acres on Butte creek, 25 acres
other advantages. #l.'»00, one-half cash
t'llUixt Siati» Ialini otitic Ho»clmi u Oregon bemg harvested.
in cultivation, 25 acres more to put in;
Corn looks badli ow
Mai .’»th 1WK1
tmlance on tune. Is a big bargain.
Notice i» heteby given limi in compliance with
tin pl ox t»loll» ot tile ai t ol C oligli »• ill lune ->td
41. 1000 acres of choice land select
a primtwet of its coming out and making
\n Act lot th. sub ol Timliei a good vivid,
The fruit crop is excep- No. 12 -204 acres, all under fence, good
ed in an early <kty. Will lie sold in
t.uml« in th. stall» ot Cnlilwtlllu Oregon
5-room holts«', goo«l spring, xvater con
tracts to suit. Will make a dozen or
tionally tine and appl cs, pears, prunes
Nixnda mid W a«liliiglon l iiotoix
vex e«l to house by
2 good barns,
vii to all Ilo |,i olle lami »ule» by act ol Auga»l I
20 tine farms. This is an opportunitx'
will xiiId heavily as will also peaches
IWJ Challe» I Nunmi ol |aik»oii counly State and apricots. the fruit on all the trees
215 ¡ter« s of choice liiml in cultivation,
to secure a home in the l»est part of
ol oi, gon amt a resilient id the Town ot Jack
good for all kinds of grain, 30 or 40
the Rogue River valley.
aunx tile ot saut State, lia» till» dax tiled In thi» having to lx- thinned.
acres xvould produce good alfalfa. This No. 43. 40 ¡teres of unimproved land.
office hi» »noi u »tat« rm ut No
lot the pul
one of the leading fruit men of that sec
i ha»< ol the s. uh halt of Un south XX < »I qumter tion, has taken ott from 200 to 1000
1» on« of the last farms iu the valley,
Has Mime gixxl fir, pine ami oak. Most
Rexith-Kaat quartet ¿I s<.
’i miles from Phoenix. Price per
|l,,U No Illi l .Wll'blp No 'I sonili Rang, No
of Lind can be easily cleared; go«xl
< xi -al ami «di otte! proni tn »llo« that tile tumi Ins apricot trees he has taken oil from
soil, plenty of waiter; half a mile from
ttllllH't <H Mone
»>mght i» moti- valuable tor
No. 14 100 a« re». 0 mile» (nun Me<lford.
school ami church. Six miles from
titan fot agi H'ullutal ptirtMiae« litui
a goial house, 2 Kirns 100 ¡teres in
Ix-iKting under the weight oí
hl* i laltn to ».ild land tufóte Sil
Bx K e bridge. Price per acre......... #10.
Oregon, at fruit.
Cum tu i aalxMiet ol Jack»oti county
The alniond orchards of the lo-
45. Over 1$) acres of good alfalfa
Jai k»oiivllle Oii gou on saluiday,
calitv, as the) are alxmt Jacksonville, No. 15 l.'iS .ten» on Rogue River, l«M>
ol Augii»!, mvt.
50 acres Bear creek bottom land
acres of as go«»<l land as any man could
Ile name» a» Wllnvaaea C.exitge Honm.ot i>t ate litaded xx ith nuts.
with a large irrigation ditch. Txvo
xxish for. N>i« improvements. Thirty
A|iplegat, Jackaoll Cl» Oregon 1 R R*» k lit
Woqon at \ Borqain.
first-clas» ho'iscs, two good Itari.s ami
A|>l''tg.<tv I ack »on Co Oregon Marvin M Tay-
acres of it could la1 imide ready for the
loi <4 Jai k»oitvltle Jackaim Co Oregon George
a fine spring house. Adjoining land »«11
W XX melt.-nt of Applegate |ai k«ui Co _ • Hc*«>u
ing for #200 an acre Price peracn $130
H imim - and barn in
Any and »II prtaottB Clatnotig mil i i »rii lh<- but to haul eight loads of luntlter, and No. 22
Sold at a bar
ataix r ite», ’ ilx-it lutili» «tv H-qin»l«<l tu tile tlictr jxiint not even scratched.
47.— City property, 2 acres, fine m w
2 l«»t» t>«'xl2O feet. Price...
clami» in lb i» office oa or twiore »ani sit, itax ol gam
g«xxl well and Kirn. G«x>d land.
J T Btiditr»
from central school....... $750.
•-A . 7
Ground Barley, Cracked
Wheat and Other Feed.