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About Jacksonville sentinel. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1903-1906 | View Entire Issue (July 17, 1903)
For comfortable sum
mer wear the Negligee
Shirt beats ’em all.
S. A. Carlton, a successful farmer of
Antelo|x-, wan iti J h < ksonvilh- Monday.
Samuel DcRobaum, Mrs. DcRobaum
and Mm. Mary Julies left Sunday for a
week» outing on the Little Applegate.
They will have their camp at the Shutlip
Mm. J. D. Cook, who has been in Port
land for the last two months for medical
treatment, returned to her home tn
Medford Monday, somewhat improved
Each made of the best selected grain and guaranteed
the purest on the market
Soajm for millmcn and mechanic» at
tin City 1 >rug Store.
J. 1). VanDyke, whose family has been
occupying a |»trt of Mrs. J. N. T. Miller’»
house, moved Tuesday to the Rev. R.
Lunin hulls«- vacated Monday by James
Mrs. H. B. Nye and Miss Jessie Greg
ory of Medford, while out tor a drive
1 Mondav afternoon sjx-nt a short time in
i Jac ksonville, while making a call on
their brother, Basil Gregory, who is one
of the carjieiiter force oil the new school j
Mr». L. L. Jacolx, whose husband is
assistant cashier in the Jackson County
Bank at Medford, wan in Jacksonvillc
Monday greeting friends.
was a former resident of Jacksonville ;
her huslxind being in the mercantile
business here at one time.
James Fielder, who lias lieen working
for the Iowa Lumber Company, has
given up his job and buying a team of
mill« s and wagon, Monday moved with
his family to Evans Creek where he will
haul himlx-r from one of the mills on
that stream to Wotxlviile.
Ground Barley, Cracked
Wheat and Other Feed.
MATT Real CALHOUN
I have in my hands at the present time a large num
Comity Assessor Wilbur Jones, with
ber of Bargains in FARM, FRUIT and GARDEN
Robert Dow to assist him. is at work at
W. F. ISAACS ■ MEDFORD the court house making up the assess- ■
LANDS, and TOWN PROPERTY, of which the
nient roll for this year. While he has I
Phxne Main S5.I.
following is a partial list.
made no totals as yet, Mr. Jones thinks !
that there has lieen a substantial in
crease to the wealth of Jackson County So. I—Is 550 acres more or less, 31)0 acres No 26— House and 2 lots in Phoenix, lots
during the past year.
Rogue River bottom land, all fence«l,
<10x120 feet each.
house, Ixtrn ami other buildings. No. 30— IN acres well improved, house,
TIMBER I.ANIi AIT JI NF. 3. 1*7» NOTICE
barn and other out buihlings; one-half
Tuesday hx>kmg for a small farm to rent. ; The balance, about 250 acres, gixxl for
in young orchard; near Phoenix.
Mr. Sears stated that as he came by the | timber and'pasture. This place is sit
I'tlilcii Klutr« l.lillil Office.
uated on Rogue River, near town.
Yocum place two line five-]x>int bucks
k'MwIiur«. Orrgon, Jun«- 17, IWM
The land is of line quality. Price per So. 31— An NO acre farm seven miles
Notice 1« hereby given that In compliance with juni)x-<l out of the wheat field and ran
lh<-, r<>vi«i*.n« of the act <>t Congrraa of June 8. across the road just ahead of him, so near
from railroad, level land, gixxl soil, 15
An Act for the Hale of Timber
acres cleared and fenced, 2»i acres in
that he could have «hot them had he No. 2— Is a tract of 1520 acres, all fenced,
l.iuub in the State» of California. Oregon Nern
1200 acres good alfalfa land; a stream
da and Washington Territory
aa extended Io had a gun.
He says that «leer an quite
pasture, remainder easily cleared.
all the public land »air» try ait ol Auguwl I. IWJ. ! plentiful out his wav and that cougars
running through it of 150 miners'
Dwelling house well finished, cost ov
Andrew V Kock, of Jackaon County, state of Or
er $500. Bearing orchard; fine well
Last Saturday , inches of water with which the whole
egon. and a reaident of the town of Applegate of arc also in evidence.
1200 acres can lx- irrigated. The other
an<l springs; is sub-irrigated, and can
mi ul Stale, ha» thia day ftlerl in tht» office Ina
night one cam«- near his house and set up :
»worn atatefnent No A’d. for the purchuae of the an car piercing screeching, but it had
320 acres is higher ground, which is
lx? made one of the best small farms of
SW, of the NWq of Section No. H tn Township
county. Is owned by a non-
No 9 South, kaiige No. I. Went, nnd will offer
This tract is situated in
Reports from all parts of Southern
resilient who will give a bargain in or
proof to ahow that the laud »ought ia more vnlit- . it.
able lor It» tintlrer or atone than lor ugricultural Oregon state deer are very plentiful. I
Klamath county, about 20 miles from
der to sell quick.
t>iir|>o»c» unit to eatabliah hi» claim to »aid land
Falls, a county road running No. 33-15 ’i acres, all in cultivation;
tH-lore the i oimty Cletk of Jackaoti County, Ore
by it ami a railroad now within alxmt
house, barn, etc., near Phoenix; will
gon, nt Jacksonville Oregon, on Saturday, the Applegate stage reports that he frequent
29th day of Augiiat,
ly secs deer by the road. On a recent’ 50 miles and building rapidly towards
be sold all together or divided.
He name« an witiienaca
it and is certain to pass mar by it. or No. 34.
1200 acres all improved.
Janiea W Mee. of Applegate Oregon George , trip he saw a tine deer cross the road at
Fin«- Ixittom land. Rogue River run
A C ii Icy. of Applegate Oregon; W alter Miller. Logtown just ahead of him.
As the | cross it in the near future. A good
<>t Applegate Oregon Fritx Hitch, of Applegate. dost <1 season
for shooting «leer end- ’ farm house and barn and corrals on
ning through it; 500 acres under irriga
1 Ill the pla''e. One of the best bargains in
tion and balance easily watered. Gixxl
Any mul alt person» claiming adveraely the ed the lath of July the «leer will doubt- *
all Southern Oregon. Price jx-r acre
buildings and other improvements; six
al«>n dr »< •
I. iik I« iir<- i e<pi<-t« <1 to fib their less not lx* so Ixilil and dangerous to j
claim» in tliia office on or before »aid 29th day of travelers as thev have been of late.
miles from railroad; near postoffice and
J T IIKIIM.EH.
So. 1 — House ami 4 lots in Phoenix.
school. Fine alfalfa, fruit or garden
Camp stoves and utensils for camping
land. Is the cheapest land in Jackson
NOTICE. Eok Pl’BI,ICATION
So. 4 — 204 acres of good land, all
county. Price per acre........... _........ $30
Mention was made in the Sentinel
fenced and in cultivation. A good No. 36-17 43 acres of pasture land on
Irepuilnient of the Interior.
farm house and barn. A No. 1 farm.
Land ofttccat Uoaetmrg Oregon June in. 19113. some time since of County Clerk Orth
Rogue River. Will be sold at a bar
Notice in hereby given that the following putting in a water supply plant for the
Near town and railroad. Price.. $9,500.
named »cttler ha« nled notice of hi» intention to Orth block, the working «if which was So. S—.V» acres, house and 2 barns, 12
So. 37— 1500 acres. SOO acres of it fine
Io make final proof in eupport of hi» claim .-nd
acres Ixittom land, the balance, 43 ac- :
that »aid proof will lie made before Sila» J l>ny. ; on a new system, the water being forced
plow land; all well watered by fine
C s Cointnmaioncr. nt Jackmmvtllc. Oregon, on to all parts of the house by air pressure
res, all gixxl land, ’»-mile from depot; , creek and springs. Large part under
July 2-i. I*.»i3 vix Jacob C Knutaen. lid No. instead of by gravity as is usually done.
12 acres under ditch at the head of the
cultivation ami all under fence. Will
I.’ill tortheSE% NW'U, NEN
WS SEg, :
At the time that Mr. Orth installed his
ditch. Price«.................................... $5000
Section I* Tp ms XI W
lx- sold in tracts to suit purchasers.
He name» the following witnc»«e» to prove hi» plant doulit 'was expressed by several So. 9— 100 acres, within four miles of
Convenient to market amt in gixxl
continuous residence ujam and cultivation of persons versed in physics and water-
Medford; is a tine farm, well improved
said land, vix George Culy of Steamboat. Jack
gixxl buildings, small orchard; the best
»on county Oregon; William Swartxliarger of ologv that it would lx* a failure, for the
Kteamlroat, Jacknon county. Oregon; Charles air pressure could not lx* maintained to
bargain fur a farm in Jackson county. So. 39.— 2’- acres, three-fourths of a
Swartrbiirger of Steamboat. Jackson county. keep up a Constant supply of water unless
mile from Medford. Goixl garden
Price per acre......................................... $IO.
Oregon W illiam Finney ol Jacksonville. Jack-
land. Good box house.................... $350
son county, Oregon.
J. T. BRIDGES,
Mr. Orth has hail the plant in ojieration
40—30 acres, on a creek affording
cultivation. A house and barn, alx>ut :
for a month and finds that it does the
plenty of gixxl water; gixxl soil anil
TlMlil.K LAND ACT JI'NE ¡1. IH7M NOTICE
His tank holds 144
fine fruit land. Three acres in alfalfa;
I1, miles from town. Price.... $1,000.
FOR I'rill.lCA I ION.
gallons and by pumping a half hour No.II— 145 acres on Butte creek. 25 acres
gixxl buildings; near goo«l school and
I niterl States Land Office, Roseburg Oregon every other day it supplies ample water
other advantages. $1500. one-half cash
in cultivation. 25 acres more to put in;
May 2Mth 19113
Imlance on time. Isa big bargain.
all fenced, fair buildings, Jackson
Notice 1« hereby given that in compliance with for his house ¡in<l under a pressure ample
the provisions ol the act ol Congress ol June 3rd. for a heater and fora bathroom and other
county, Oregon. A bargain.
So. 41.— HMM) acres of choice land select
1*7*. entitled "An Act for the Sale of Timber purposes.
The intake ami outlet oftlie So. 12— 204 acres, all under fence, go«xl
ed in an early day. Will be sold in
I.ami« ill thr States of California. Oregon.
5-rooni house, good spring, water con
tracts to suit. Will make a dozen or
Nevada, and Washington Territory.’ as extend tank are both in the Ixittoin and when
ed to nil the public land sales by act of August I. the water is ptini|x-d in the air is com
veyed to house by pipe. 2 good barns,
20 fine farms. This is an opportunity
1392. Charles J. Ntintin of Jackson county. State pressed at the top of the tank, thus giv
215 acres of choice land in cultivation,
to secure a home in the best part of
of Oregon, and a resident of the Town of Jack
good for all kinds of grain, 30 or 40
the Rogue River valley.
Minville, of «aid State has this day tiled in this ing the pressure to force the water from
office his sworn statement No 2-V>2. lot the pur- the basement, where the tank is located,
acres would produce gixxl alfalfa. This No. 43.— 10 acres of unimproved land.
i base of Hi. south hull of the South West quartet to the upper part of the building.
is one of the best farms iu the valley,
Has some gtxxl fir, pine and oak. Most
and West (S)htllf of South East quarter of Sec
2’i miles from Phoenix. Price per
tion No I in Township No. 39 South. Runge No Orth is going to secure a large bicycle
land can l>e easily cleared; gixxl
I west, and will offer prixif to show ‘.hat the land pump and try the experiment of pump- i
soil, plenty of water; half a mile from
sought is more valuable lor its timber oi stone ing in additional air before pumping in No. 14— 400 acres. 0 miles from Medford,
school and church. Six miles from
than for agricultural purposes, and to establish
a gixxl house, 2 barns 100 acres in
his claim to said laud before Silas J. Hay, V. S. the water, which will force all the water 1
Bybee bridge. 1’riCe per acre......... >10.
Commissioner of Jackson County. Oregon, at out of the tank, quite a percent of it now |
Jacksonville, Oregon, on Saturday, the sth day remaining in the tank for lack of pres- j So. 15— 13K acres on Rogue River, 100 No. 45.— Over SO acres of gixxl alfalfa
of August, 19113.
laud; 50 acres Bear creek bottom land
The advantage of this system over
acres of as good land as any man could
Ill name« as witnesses George Hoffman of sure.
with a large irrigation ditch. Two
Applegate, Jackson Co. Oregon. T. R Rock of a gravity system where a small plant is
wish for. No improvements. Thirty
first-class houses, two good barns and
Applignte. Jackson Co Oregon; Marvin M. Tay used is that it obviates the expense of
lor of lacksoitville. Jackson Co Oregon; George
a fine spring house. Adjoining land sell
W Winetrout of Applegate. Jackson Co. Oregon.
ing for $200 an acre. Price per acre $130
Any mid nil persons chtiinlng adversely the building to give a support for the tank. | So. 22— House and barn in
above described land» are requested to till their And it also does away with the risk of
No. 47.— City property, 2 acres, fine new
claim» in this offiee on or before said Sth day of
having the great weight of a tank on No 25— House and 3 lots in Phoenix, lots
house, gixxl well anil barn. Good land,
J. T. Bridges,
00x120 each; good house well finished. . 4 blocks from central school........ $750.