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About Jacksonville sentinel. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1903-1906 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 14, 1903)
( ounts Court Pro« ceilings.
t Maqa/iae of Maqa/mes.
The County Court met in
The Ri view ol’ Reviews is unequule«!
monthly *< ssion We<lm-dav, August
5, among monthly |>enodieals in tin frvah
tlv re Ix-ing pre ent Cotin y Judge Prim, Hess and range ot the topics which it
Couti.i Clerk Ot hSh-ui Rader, Coni covet every thirty days. In the August
tn.ssioneis Thus. Riley mid Joshua Patter- numtier, for instance, we have it most
son. Rei ort* ot ottici r* examined, com- interesting character sketch of the late
pared and approved.
Poye from the |>en of that stalwart Eng
A li ettsi was granted to J. A. Perry lish Protestant, Mr. W, T. Stead, while
of Medlord to maintain a grain wan - the art ot tin eccentric Jamis McNeill
house al that place for one year.
Whistler, wliodied suddenly on July 17,
Cotin y Assessor \V. A. Jones
is represented by reproductions of several
grunted till Oct. 5, to complete the ot hi* most chacteristic works, with a bi
assessment roll* lor |!M)3.
ographical sketch by Mr. ErnestKmiutlt;
Ordered tli.it the court accept the pro- Mr. Wolf von Schierbratid writes oil the
p »ition o- Calkin*
Calkins of Ashland results of recent Gi rm.ui elections, with
to prepare .md keep on tile for evu itv special refer« nee to the gains of the So
u*e .i complete list of "pn sent owners" cialists, and Mr. Othon Guerlac contri
of all real estate in Jackson County; for bute* a character sketch of the t rench
a consideration of *12 |«ermonth.
Socialist leader, M. Juarcs; the gnat
In the matter of the proposed ro.i I up w in at h.irvc t in Kan*-i*, w hich ended
the Applegate petitioned by W. W. Will late in July, is de*,rilied in illustrated
ett, John B. Risley and other*, it w.i< or article by Mr. Philip Elastman; "lhe
dered that the County Clerk be author l’ri *ent Statu* of the American Labor
ized to a !v -rtisc tor bid* f >r c n*truction Movement," — a subject much before
ot sai I r< al, bids to Is- p-e*entel, scaled, the public in the last few weeks,— is
at the next r- gular meeting of the court can lully analyzed by Mr. John R. Com
The following items of r:
were mons, while the untoward conditiuiis
audite d and a 'lowed;
that confront the English worker are
Exp Co Court & Com
...... Ì 122 00 desenited bv Mr. Frank Fay ant; the post
" Justice Court..........
38 10 office scandal, the lynching craze, ami
" Silenti’ office.........
....... 333 33 the "peonage" exposure* in the South
..... 250 mi are revu well by the editor ill “The Pro
" Recorders office...
131 im ; gress of the World;” the new "general
stuff" of the army, which will liegin it*
" Tr« ..stiri rs "
..... 1.33 33 work on August 15, is discussed in the
“ .A sm ssors
î department of "Leading Articles of the
Month;” and in the same numtier the
very latest electric power plant installa
27 (Mi tion* from the Hudson River to southern
» California ami Mount Rainier are de
Care of Indigent*..........
..... 102 75 scribed in a series ot illustrated articles
Exp on insane...............
15 (Ml which bring out the pos*ibihtesof Ameri
Bridge* ml road*...........
can water-power development in a most
interesting and striking wav.
Ro id sujervis rs exp for 1st
half of v< ar .....................
.... 445 50 j
fnd ot Bitter light.
Tents, camp stoves and camping uten- “Two physicianshad along and stubborn
si Is at Boyden’s hardware store, Med- i light with an abscess on mv right lung"
writes J.F. Hughes of I)u Pont.Ga. ‘•and
40 inch mount vernon
ventoti draper duck, gave me up. Everybody thought my
time had c< me. As a last resort I tried
" goi cot r dock 50 inch bla k < ■
carnage duck for sale at Nunan-Tavlor Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump
tion. 1 he benefit I received was strik
ing and I was on my fee t in a few days,
Now I've entirely regained my health.’’
Il conquers all Coughs, Colds and Throat
and Lung troubles. Guaranteed by City-
Drug Store. Price 50c and $1.00. Trial
Office one block south of Courthouse
All persons indebted to the undersign
UNITED STATES COMMISSIONER
ed a»e hereby requested to call at once
Filing* ami final proof made on homesteads
and settle their accounts as I have closed »
an<l timber claim* Corrected plats showing
out mv business in Jacksonville.
all vacant lands.
D. L inn .
NOTARY PUBLIC AND CONVEYANCER
August 11, 15103.
Legal paper, of all kinds made out. Special
SILAS J. DAY
attention given to papers in settlement of
ABSTRACTER OF TITLES.
Most complete set of ab-tract txjoks in the
county. Abstracts made promptly and ac-
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
Fine list of country and town property for
sale and rent.
Warrant* bought and sold. Collections made
Taxes paid. Rent- collected Prompt reply
to all letters. Charge* reasonable
Andrew Reed and W. I.. Jackson have
given up work at the Whitman-Heard
placer mine on Carbury creek ami they
from Steamboat and
Wednesday they left for Sumpter, where
they will try their luck at mining.
S. M. Wertz, who has a ranch across
the Applegate from Uniontown, is now
making two or three trip» a week haul
ing in oak wood. Mr. Wertz is credited
with having the best oak wood brought
to the Jacksonville market.
stales that his father F. Wertz ami
brother Sanford Wertz, who formerly
Hon. H. K Hanna, judge of 1st judicial dis- resided in Jackson county arc now living
trict, and any Jacksonville business man.
near Coles, where they have a ranch.
Miller at the Postotfice hardware store
TIMBER LAND AC 1 JUNE 3. 1«7 m —NOTICE
carries all kinds of miners tools ami
supplies and bis supplies and prices are
United States Land tiffice.
Roseburg, Oregon, June 17. 1910.
Notice is hereby given that in compliance with
the . rovi-ions of the act of Congre** of June 3.
1*73. entitled An Act for the Sale ot Timber
Lands in the state*of California. Oregon. Neva
da and Washington Territory/' as extended to
all the public land sale* by act of August I. IW2,
Andrew V. Rock, of Jackson County. State ol Or
egon and a resident of the town of Applegate of
said State, ha* this day filed in tin- office his
sworn statement No. «¡51. for the purchase of the
W , ■
of Section No *in Township
South Range No i West. and will offer
proof to show that the land «ought is more valu
able for its timlK-r or stone than for agricultural
purposes, and to establish his claim to *aid land
before the Couuty Clerk of Jack»on County Ore
gon. at Jacksonville Oregon, on Saturday, the
¿•.»th day of August, ltatt.
He name* as witnesses
Jame« w Mee. of Applegate, Oregon: George
A.Cuky, of Applegate Oregon; Walter Miller,
of Applegate, Oregon; Fritz Ruch of Applegate.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above described lands are requested to file their '
claims in this office on or before said -"th day of
J. T. BRIDGES.
The undersigned is the duly appointed and
qualified executor of the estate of Joseph Blatt,
late of Jackson County, deceased Persons hav
ing claims against said estate are hereby notified
to pr< -ent 'hem. with the proper vouchers at
tached. io me or to my attorney. Will Colvig at
Jacksonville. Oregon, within six month* from
the date hereof.
Dated thi* 1st day of August. 1903.
C olvig ft Di kham ,
George N. Lewis bought in at public
sale last Saturday another third inti rest
in the Union livery stable. This third lie-
longed to Rowell Hines, a minor son of
the late George Him s, and the sale was
made by the admimistrator at the request
of the boys mother, Mr*. Hine*, and she
will invest the proceeds in other property.
This gives Mr. Lewis the full control of
the Union stable* as some time ago he
bought the other interests in the stable,
including the life dower right of Mrs.
George Pick, who with Italian Dick is
prosjxcting on the head of Foots creek,
came to Jacksonville Saturday and re
turned to his camp Monday with a lot of
supplies. Mr. Fick states that he and
his partner have a ledge that is showing
up fine and they think they will strike it
rich. Mr. Fick came and returned by
the way of Applegate the distance being
about 27 miles, when had he been able to
travel direct from Foots creek to Jack
sonville he could have made the distance
in 10 or 12 miles. Mr. Pick thinks that
it would lie a g«xxl investment to the
business im ri of Jacksonville to open a
gixul trail that would be passable for
pack horses, for if there was a g<xxl trail
there would lx: considerable trade come
to Jacksonville from that district.
We can fill orders promptly for
fruit boxes in any quantity from
one hundred boxes to a carload.
Made from best quality seasoned
Retail and wholesale, rough or
dressed. Shipments made tc any
part of the United States.
Mill and Itox Factory,
N<> matt« r how dirty we can clean
pairs and press your clothing in the latest style,
skirts an<l jackets made to look like new.
an<l deliver promptly.
J. R. Luchy 2) Geo. Ringenheimer,
Jacksonville Agency at Learned's Boss Confectionery
Union Uivery Stables
A'/j igs on short notice tor timber cruisers, com-
mereiai men, mining men, sawmill men, all
kinds of men or parties. Horses ted at rca-
son able rates.
Geo. N. Lewis, Prop
W hite & T rowbridge
THE BIG LAND AGENTS
MEDFORD. - OREGON
We have the largest and best list in Southern Oregon 01
Fruit, Alfalfa, Dairy and Stock Lands, Timber Lands,
Mining Bargains and Town Property.
Sewing Machines, Lime, Cement
We buy wool and mohair
ALL KINDS OF FRESH MEATS
:: WHOLESALE and RETAIL ::
Special attention given to orders from a distance for
Mining Camps and Mills. Meats shipped promptly and in