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About Jacksonville sentinel. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1903-1906 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 21, 1903)
G M. Byrkct and George Palmer,
friends buck in old Iowa of Sir. Geo T.
Fox, la»okkve]H*r in the Jackson County
Saturday, \ugu-t 2H. — Regular meeting Bank at Medford, arrived tn Jacksonville
of Rogue River Fruitgrowers Union at Saturday and rem lined over until Monday
when tin x returned to Medford. Mr.
J. A. Perry's office. Medford.
Byrkct and Mr. Palmer are wealthy
l*ro|M>rtionate in price that has given you more
SlabwiH'd in stove lengths jl .00 per load timbermen of the East, residing al Red-
lasting satisfaction than
at saw mill—Iowa Lumlier Co.
rock, Iowa, and arc on this Coast look-I
Mr. and Mrs. \V. II. Miller spent Wed
nesday ami Thursday in Ashland on a | ion for a big sawmill ami a logging rail
road. Thcv were favorably impressed
visit with relatives.
Mrs. Iknrx Kubli and Mrs. E.
Watson went to Wagner Springs Tue»- the Rogue river valley ami may make an
The pleasure derived from most possessions is tcm|x>rnry
investment here. Of Jacksonville they
day to spend a week at that resort.
had very kind words to sav. The delight- I
but n |x>rtrait is it humun document and is often the only
If you have any Timlier land you want ful weather and cool nights, the pretty
means by which you are rvincint>ervd.
to sell—See T. C. Norris.
homes, the pure water and the evidence
BEAM, make» ’em nt the
Win. M. Colvig left Monday for of prosperity, together with the grand
scenery of the hills and valley about
Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where he goes to
the town gave them a most favorable inl
attend the National Fraternal Congress.
pression of the place.
Mr. Colvig will lie absent about two
Capt. Kinder Boaz, who recently sold
3 Mile» Northea»t of JacK*onville
John Renault, who formerly resided hi* nne farm on Applegate and moved to
Jacksonville, has bought the acre tract
in Montana, but w ho is now a loyal resi
dent of Jacksonville, sent two ixixes of of land on East C ilifornia street la-long
plums to R. A. Esty, an old-time friend ing to C. S. Fling, the porch ise price
being $550. The ground is fenced ami
at Garnett, Montana, as a proof of what
all in garden ami lias several fruit trees
Oregon can do in the fruit line. They
! u|x>n it. A small dwelling house ami a
went by t xprecs last Wednesday.
-mall kirn are the buildings upon it.
Hay Wanted—A car load of hated hay I 1 Then- wasa large d'.'.«.lii«ig upon it a few
wanted at once by the Iowa Lumber Co. x ears ago when the property la-longed to
Peter Redlinger. but it was destroyed by
tire. Capt. Bo u and Mrs. Bo iz will move
Miss Inez Kitchin of Ashland was in
to their new home next Monday. It is the
Jacksonville Monday and Tuesday at
tending to the disposal of the personal intention of the Capt tin to erect a com
propertv of her late grand-uncle, Jesse modious residence this fall. The projier-
Huggins, whose death took place at Med tv is in one of the most desirable ¡»arts
ford .ast Friday, and who was buried in of Jack- tiville and it will make a com
fortable home place for Capt. ami Mrs.
the Jacksonville cemetery, Saturday.
Boaz. Mr Fling was a former resident
Miss Francis Barnes, who since leav of Willamette valley, but left then- by
ing Jacksonville two weeks a, > has been a reason of ill-health. Since coming to
guest first at the home Mrs. M. M. Jacksonville his health h is lieen so good
Cooksey at Central Point and then at the that he has determined to stay, and will
home of Mrs. Horace Pelton at Sams purch isc a small tract of land conv< nient
Valiev, went to Colestin Wednesday ac to town and will engage in the garden
companied by Mrs. Pelton, where they business.
will spend a week.
Send the Sentinel to your distant rela
T. C. Norris returned Tuesday from tives and friendsand let them know th it
Big Butte wht re he had lieen looking af the old town has awakened from its
ter his homestead which he has in that dreams and is now once more upon the
locality. Mr. Norris brought with lnm map as one of the growing, hustling
a number of potatoes grown upon his towns of Southern Oregon.
place that were the equal to the best
C. B. Bishop and A. G. Bishop, two
grown in Oregon. There is no doubt
that when the timber is removed ami a Spokane mining men, who have been
good road built that the Butte creek val prospecting in the Applegate and other
ley w ill be the potato district of Jackson districts for the past few months, were in
This convention is to he held under the auspices of the Rogne
county, for the deep clay soil is especial Jacksonville Tuesday. They did not ex
River Fruitgrowers' Fnion and the Jacksonville Hoard of Trade.
ly adapted to raising large crops of pota
toes that are of l>etter quality than any pressed with the present mining condit Best array of talent ever had at a Southern Oregon Fruitgrowers'
ion» in Southern Oregon. '1 hey think
grown on the lowlands.
the country is full of mineral wealth and meeting.
O. A. Nuckolls, after spending several has a certainty of having many rich quartz
days in Jacksonville left Saturday for mines,but by reason of certain conditions
his home in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Mr. it will tie slow in developing.
The leading speakers will /;
Nuckolls is a wealthy fainier and wish fiirst place they found the country barn
ing to g< t into a milder climate than that to prospect in by reason of the great
Frcs. State Hoard of Hort i-
of Iowa lias been looking over the Paci depth of the soil over most of the hills
k JIIIILH^ culture, and liood River F.
fic Coast with a view of selecting a and the growth of timber, underbrush
location. He ha* been traveling for the and trash on the ground. Another seri
past six weeks and he found no section ous drawback is the lax mining laws
that suited him so well as the Rogue that are evaded by claimholders, who do
River Valley and it is more than proable nothing and yet will allow no outsiders
that he will be a Jacksonville resident to take up the claims. The Bish ipshave
Hotanist and Ilorticult urist.
before the close of the year. Mr. Nuck mined in British Columbia ami they
olls was a former schoolmate of Mrs. A. favor the laws of that country lx-tter than
State Agricultural College,
D. Flory back in Iowa and while here those of the United States. At the end
he was the guest of Mr.and Mrs. Flory.
of the fir-t year he has to make oath as to
Cotnmisioncr .‘I rd Hist., State
the amount of work he has done and for
Anything needed in the furniture line
Board of Horticulture.
each subsequent assessment work oath
can be had at C. W. Conklin’s. I espec
has to lie made ami if a person finds that
ially solicit ordeos for line goods. Can
a claim holder has not as much as they
save you money.
alledge then the jierson can file a contest The assurance is ns!o given that if possible there will be present:
Dr. A. T. Kaupp of Diller, Nebraska, with the gold commissioner and through
left Jacksonville Tuesday for San Fran competent witnesses the matter is proven
Fen. Fas. & Freight Agt., South-
cisco, after spending several days here for or against the claim holder. That
Fache Lincs in Oregon.
on a visit to his brother-in-law. Dr. R. prevents the endless litigation that is so
G. Gale. Dr. Kaupp is a young man frequent in American districts and forces
whose appearance indicates that he has claim holders to observe the laws for if
Traveling Freight Agt., S.
the qualities that will put him w ll t* they have sworn to a false oath the pen
Lincs in Oregon.
the front in his profession and lieing alty i- very severe.
ambitious he is seeking a broader field
and is looking over the Pacific Coast
Three new mowers and otie rake for
with a view of finding a location more to
At this Convention Fruitgrowers will have a rare op
his liking than he has in the East. He sale, cash or trade. Going out of the
portunity to gain much valuableknowledge as to methods
was greatly pleased with Jacksonville business and will sell cheap.
and had there not been two physician»
C hris U lrich , Jacksonville.
and benefits to be had from a Fruitgrowers’Union; how to
in the place he would have located here.
recognize and tight fruit pests: how to select treesand grow
C. P. Briggs, pharmacist at the City
All persons indebted to the undersign and care for an orchard and market fruit: the successes and
Drug store, returned Wednesday from a
ed are hereby requested to call at once
weeks trip to the Willamette Valley,
and settle their accounts as I have closed failures of orchards as influenced by soils and locations;
w here he visited relatives at Gervais and
out rnv business in Jacksonville.
freight rates and transportation problems, and facts on many
other points. Mrs. Briggs, who has been
D. L inn .
spending the past two months with her
other points of special interest to the orchardist.
August 11, 1903.
parents at Everett, Wash., met Mr. Briggs
\Yhat is H
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The WAYSIDE STUDIO
Court House Park
September 5, 1903
Hi HI I' I
lllJll« L«« L«
Prof. A. B. Cord ley,
Prof. E. R. Lake,
Hi Ml A
H. E. Lounsbury,
at Gervais and accompanied him home.
She had a delightful time and while
greatly enjoying the summer weather of
the Puget Sound country, was glad to get
back to the land where the winter
months are not one
of sunless days and water-laden skies.
Mr. Briggs reports crojis good and pros
perity abroad in all the Willamette land.
I found nothing lietter for liver de
rangement and constipation than Cham
berlain’s Stomach and Liver Tablets.—
L. F. Andrews, Des Moines, Iowa. For
sale by City Drug Store.
1500 pound draft horses suitable for
hauling heavy freight. Apply to Matt
Calhoun, Phoenix, Oregon.
Hie Death Penalty.
A little thing sometimes results in
death. Thus a mere scratch, insignificant
cuts or puny boils have paid the death
penalty. It is wise to have Bucklen's
Arnica Salve ever handy. It’s the best
Salve on earth and will prevent fatality, I •
when Burns, Sores, Ulcers ami Piles.
threaten. Only 25c. at City Drng Store
Make Sept. Çth a day of recreation as well as
study for yourselves iind families. Bring
lunch baskets, your wives, and have a picnic
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