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friends, made a trip to Squaw lake where
' thee had a fine time camping and fishing.
Miss Ply male and MissPerry arc expect*
li von w mt t<> rent a farm or have land ed home tin« Saturday.
to rmt m - v T. C. Norn», Jacksonville.
I'm le fuck 1 ah W hs up from the Ish
Clin* Miller mid Junies Jone«, two ranch Monday afternoon ami s|>ent a few
earjs-nti m from Medford, cunte over hours with friends of long ago talking
Momias anil joined foreman Lyons' force over pioneer «lays. Mr. fail for the past
III scars has been in the I’nitcd States
of carpenters <>n the new school house.
Arms si rvi< e hi the quart« rmasti r's de
Mrs. A. I'lirot kmorton of Applegate partment as a Iliad teamster, lie sjient
left Momias (or Sacramento near whi< h five years at Port Klamath and for the
place she will la- for some time to care past I 4 years he has been at Vancouver
for Mr. Throckmorton'» mother, who is Barracks. But he has quit the army ser
vice and will sjx-ml his declining days in
Jatlle» Hllllgllt, H teamster from Med Southern Oregon. Mr. Ish is one of the
ford, h is moved with Ills family into the five Ish brothers, all well known South
old saloon building <»f the VVcttcrer ern Oregon pioneer., and he is the last
brewery, which has lieen fixed over for one living of his brotners, who wire
Mathew, William, Jack and Horace.
re ■idciK’e proj erty.
Jiimi '. Watkins of Mt. Pitt precinct
The annual migration of frogs from
brought his six m ar old son to Eagle Lake Ewauna to ( p)xT Klamath lake l>e-
Point Monday to have Jtr. Officer of that ganthis w<ck. There arc millions them.
place to set one of the lames in the little l*hcy cover the walk» and streets in the
fellow’s arm. which he had broken bv vicinity ot the river and it is not easy to
falling from n hav mow.
avoid stepping on them. Their natural
W. J. Pls male has received word from home is ('pj>cr Klamath lake ami they arc
his daughter Miss Kate Pls male, who instinctively draw thither. J his is the ex
ssith Miss Mattie Petrs- is rusticating at planation: Tin spawn is deposited in the
the Paiicctt home at Watkins, that they upia-r lake and flouts down the river and
are having a verv enjoyable time fishing lodges among the tides in the lower lake.
and trumping about ill the tool woods The moment they arc hatched they note
Recently they, ssith the strange surroundings and their little
tx.Ticar limns tl ip and flutter for the hal
lowed precincts of home. Thus, simultan-
' rouslv inspired, all start for there as
soon as their diminutive legs will carry
them. These millions of frogs are highly
beneficial in destroying atomic impurities
ami so contribute to the health of the
climate.—KLAMATH F alls R kjtblic -
Southern Oregon lias a new law firm,
the member» of it being Win. M. Colvig
and Geo. H. Durham. The firm will have
an office at Jacksonville anil one at Grants
/ have on hand a full line
Pass, Mr. Colvig being in charge of the
former place and Mr. Durham at the lat
of household and kitchen
ter place. Of Mr. Colvig the Sentinel can
give no introduction to the people of
Southern Oregon,' for his long record
as one the ablest lawyers in this section
hav made him known to the public at
large. Mr. Durham for years past has
I d<> funeral directing and
l»ecn one of the leading attorney sof Port
land and his moving with his family to
undertaking ns a s/fccial
Grants Pass and o|M-ning up a lawoffice
is occasioned by his desire to again enjoy
the delightful climate of Southern Ore
gon for he was here «luring the early ’«Ms
where In and Mr. Colvig were comrades
in I'ncle Sains service serving at Fort
Klamath ami other Southern Oregon
stations. The new firm is a stong 1« gal
t< nil and they will be sure to have a firm
Jdt ksonvillc, • Oregon.
Uncle Billy Robinson, armed with
some honey ami a pair of field glasses,
has lieen making frequent trijis of late
up Jackson creek hunting bee trees. His
E. F. WINKLER
mcthixl of proeenlure is to have a cake
of honey m a small box with a glass lid
Fine Shoe Work and Repairing
on it. Arriving in the w « mm 1 s where he
thinks there may lie a bee tree he opens
Work for Jacksonville patrons
his honey box. The bees quickly set nt
received by morning train and
it an«l cornu for the food. So soon as a
finished to l>e returned on the
lice lights on the honey Mr. Robinson
closes the lid and waits until the l>ee lias
gorged itself w ith honey when he releas
Shop on I street, opp. S. I’. Depot. es it. The bee immediately flies to his
home and soon ri turns with other bees.
With the ai«l of his glass he watches the
course of their flight and by walking in
the direction taken by the bees he is able
to locate their hive in the trie. So far
Mr. Robin .on has not located a bee tree
though h<- has had many bees visit his
honey 1 m > x , for the reason that they fly
away up the steep hills anil I'ncle Billy
does not feel disjiosed to follow them
there these hot days. He hopes soon to
locate a tree oil the lower lands where it
will lie easy of access.
MEDFORD SHOE SHOP
W hite & T rowbridge
THE BIG LAND AGENTS
_M E D FO R D. - OREGON
He have the largest and best list in Southern Oregon of
Fruit, /Alfalfa, Dairy and Stock Lands, Timber Lands,
Mining Bargains and Town Property.
Sewing Machines, Lime, Cement and
We buy wool and mohair.
The IOWA ....
. . LUMBER COMPANY
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 dressed Lumber is equal in quality and fin!sh 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
General Merchandise Store
Ateam . . .
William Bybee left Sunday to go to
Bvliee Springs, where he will spend a
month recuperating at that famous
health resort. Mr. Bybee is slowly
recovering from the sevi re attack of scia
tic rheumatism from which lie has lieen
No matter how dirty we can clean them.
suffering for the past three month and
lie can now walk fairly well and hopes
pairs and press your clothing in the latest style. Ladies
the medical waters of the famous miner
and jackets made to look like new. We call for
al spring lijMin his place on upjier Evans
creek will remove the last trace of
and deliver promptly.
lameness from his figs. Mr. Bvbie went
only as far as Woodville Sunday, going
by irain to avoid the fatigue of a long
vehicle ride, and Monday he was joined
J. R. Lucky ® Geo. Bingenheimer, ASHLAND
by his daughter, Mrs. Chas. Prim, and
her daughters, I.eta and Bertha, and son
Charles, when they proceeded bv hack
Jacksonville Agency at Loarned’s Boss Confectionery
to the Springs, arriving that evening.
Alxiut the first of August Mrs. T. Prim
with Mrs. J. F. Miller and Miss Maud
Ira Tungate and Janies Watkins, who
Peter Ingraham, who has been helping
Prim will also go to the Springs, all to
stay about four weeks. Judge Prim and are ranching on the head waters of Butte Supt. Emil DvRobaum in the farm work
Postmaster Miller will not be able to creek near Mt. Pitt, were in Jacksonville at the County Poor farm this summer,
join their wives for a stay of any length Tuesday. Among their ¿purchases Mr. has given up his job and Wednesday he
owing to. the duties of their respective of Tungate bought a tine set of harness moved to town and with his family will
fices, but they hope to each spend a week from T. C. Norris, Jacksonville's rustling occupy a suite of rooms in W. J. l’lv-
| harness dealer.
with the Bybee party.
Leggings and Miners’
Shoes of the best maKes