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F E L1
H A I S
LUe are the fastest grow*
ing house in Southern
Oregon and what we
say we do we do do.
first AlliilLi in Southern Oregon.
fhe only tin i-.lnii;< min hin< on Apple
gate, and which is owned jointly by Ja*.
O'Brien, Mile» Central), John. Frinz.
Walter and Hermann Off« nba< her, farm-
' era who have the machine to thresh
their own grain and for threshing for
their nrighlxirs, will lx- put in ojx-ration
the lust of this week.
Th« re 1» only
about one fourth the acerage that there
was formerly grown in that valley, the
farm« r* now having the greater ¡»art of
their land to alfalfa. To the Applegate
valley belong» the distinction of having
tile first alfalfa field ever grown in Oregon.
It wasm 1858 or 1 M5‘>that David Hopkins,
then an Applegate rancher who died some
years ago in Jacksonville, got some
alfalfa M-cd, probably from California,
| and »owed a small patch. This new gras*
gicw so well ami yielded such large crop»
th.it it Ix-cante the < hief forage plant of
Southern Oregon, but not for several
yearsaftrr it» introduction, for farmer» at
first were distrustful as to it» value as a
hay crop. But within ten years after its
introduction it had In come the chief hay
crop of the Rogue river valley, Ix-fore
the farmers having relied U|x>n grain hay.
With the introduction of irrigation in
recent years the Applegate valley has
lx< ■ me famed for its alfalfa meadows
win« h are among the finest in Southern
Oregon, its farmers finding it a more
profitable crop than grain and they have
dropjied the latter until there is hardly
enough grown in the valley for home
Each made of the best selected grain and guaranteed
the purest on the market
Ground Barley, Cracked
Wheat and Other Feed.
MATT Real CALHOUN
Miss Lulu Hartzell is taking a few days
outing in Coletrtin.
W. If. Bradshaw tn ide Medford a busi-
! ties* visit last week.
Mayor Crowell returned from the fish
I have in my hands at the present time a large num
hatchery last Friday.
ber of Bargains in FARM, FRUIT and GARDEN
Ivan Humason is again in town with
W. F. ISAACS
LANDS, and TOWN PROPERTY, of which the
his jolly face and broad smile.
Phon* Main SSJ.
Prof. I<. E. Washburn of the Jacksonville
following is a partial list.
schools was it Medford Saturday.
G. J,. Davis returned home last week No. I—Is 550 acres more or less, .500acres
No 26—House and 2 lots in Phoenix, lots
front his homestead up Rogue river way.
Rogue River bottom land, all fenced,
(10x120 feet each.
Mrs Dr. Burnett of ..»bland was visiting
g<xxl house, barn and other buildings. No. 30— IK acres well improved, house,
her mother, Mrs. J. I.. Scars of Medford,
The balance, alxrut 250 acres, good for
barn and other out buildings; one-half
timber and jiasture. This place is sit
in young orchard; near Phoenix.
uated on Rogue River, near town.
W. H. Whiteheap and Gilbert Jones re
The land is of fine quality. Price jxrr So. 31—An HO acre farm seven miles
turned last Thursday from their visit to
Office one block south of Courthouse
from railroad, level land, good soil, 15
I tek own II.
okl (JON Crater Luke.
No. 2—Is a tract of 1520 acres, all fenced,
acres cleared and fenced, 2d acres in
W. W. Bates, of Bites Bros. Ton serial
1200 acres good alfalfa land; a stream
remainder easily cleared.
Parlor*, and his wife returned from their
running through it of 150 miners'
well finished, cost ov
tNITED STATES COMMISSIONER
homestead on Big Butte.
inches of water with which the whole
er $500. Bearing orchard; fine well
Filings and final proof made on homestead*
and timber claim* Corrected plat* showing
1200 acres can be irrigated. The other
Clarence Crandall, of Ogden, Utah,
and springs; is sub-irrigated, and can
all vacant land*.
320 acres is higher ground, which is
arrived in Medford last Friday on a visit
be made one of the best small fauns of
well situated for reservoirs and feed
NOTARY Pt llt.tC AND CONVEYANCER
to his parents, Rev. and Mrs. Crandall of
Jackson county, Is owned by a non
I.egal paper* of nil kind* made out. Special
This tract is situated in
resident who will give a bargain in or-
attention given to paper* in settlement of
Klamath county, alx»ut 20 miles from
der to sell quick.
.Medford will l>e well represented at the
Klamath Falls, a county road running No. 33—151 z acres, all in cultivation;
G. A. R. encampment at Sun Francisco.
AIISTRACTER OF TITLES.
by it and a railroad now within about
house, barn, etc., near Phoenix; will
A big crowd of the old lx>ys left Saturday
Moat Complete net of abstract taaik* ill the
50 miles and building rapidly towards
be sold all together or divided.
county, Abstract* made promptly and •c-
for the big town.
it and is certain to }*ass near by it, or No. 34. — 1200 acres all improved.
cross it in the near future. A good
W. A. Hutton has returned to Medford
Fine bottom land. Rogue River run
REAL ESTATE AND INSI RANCE.
farm house and barn and corrals on
after a weeks absence. It seems as if he
ning through it; 500 acres under irriga
Fine list of country and town property fur
the place. One of the best bargains in
“can’t loose the old town" any more.
tion ami balance easily watered. Good
sale and rent
all Southern Oregon. Price |x-r acre
Willie is quite a pitcher and very ¡xrpular
buildings anil other improvements; six
miles from railroad; near postoffice and
Warrants bought and »old Collection* made
No. 3 — House and 4 lots in Phoenix.
school. Fine alfalfa, fruit or garden
Taxes paid. Kent* collected. Prompt reply
Io all letter* Charge* reasonable.
land. Is the cheapest land in Jackson
Lake Sunday evening. Charles King, No. 4 — 204 acres of good land, all
county. Price per acre........... „........ $30
E. C. Gadis, Carl Crystal anil wift and
fenced and in cultivation. A gixxl
Misses Kate Angle and Marie King corn- 1 farm house and barn. A No. 1 farm. No. 36—1 743 acres of pasture land on
Rogue River. Will be sold at a bar
jMised the party.
Near town ami railroad. Price.. $9,500.
lion II K llnntin. judge of 1*1 judicial dift*
Miss Vergie Woodford, who for some
trict, and any Jacksonville buaineM man.
No. 37— 1500 acres, 800 acres of it fine
acres Ixittom land, the balance, 43 ac
time past has lx-en awav at Astoria and
plow land; all well watered by fine
Portland, returned home last week, i res, all gixxl land, *4-mile from depot;
crock and springs. Large part under
TIM HEX LAND AC I JVNE It. 1*7* NOTICE
12 acres under ditch at the head of the
Miss Wooford has lx-en away for more |
cultivation and all under fence. Will
ditch. Price......... ........................... $5000
than a year and her many friends here
lx- sold in tracts to suit purchasers.
I'nil«<l State* Land office
gave her a hearty welcome on Iler return.
Convenient to market and in good
Roseburg, Oregon, June 17, 190ft.
Medford; is a fine farm, well improved
Notice i* hereby given that in compliance with
Medford is soon to have the best ntacli- i good buildings, small orchard; the best
the > revision« ol the act of Congress ol June a,
39.— 2‘, acres, three-fourths of a
1*7* entitled An Act lor tin Sale of Timlier ine shop and iron foundry in Southern
bargain for a farm in Jackson county.
I.aiul* in the State* of California, Oregon, Neva Oregon.
Wm. Cook of the firm of Gault
mile from Medford. Good garden
da and Washington Territory." a* extended to it Cook, machinists, left last Friday for
land. Good box house.......... ........ $350
No. 10 — 23 acres all fenced and in
all the public land »ale* by act of August I, t*92,
San Francisco, where he goes to purchase
Andrew V. Rock, of Jack*on County, state of or
cultivation. A house and bant, about No. 40— ¡50 acres, on a creek affording
egon, auda resident ol the town of Applegate, of machinery for the new plant,
His wife , 50 fruit trees just coming into bearing.
plenty of good water; good soil and
■ ■id Stale ha* thi* day hied in this office hi* acconqianied him.
line fruit land. Three acres in alfalfa;
1'2 miles from town. Price....... $1,000.
«worn statement No >: i .>1, for the purchase of the
SWW of the NWq of Section No * in Township
good buildings; near good school and
No.II—145 acres on Butte creek, 25 acres
No. 39 South, Range No. I, West. and will offer
I he Auqust Woman's Home Companion.
other advantages. $1500, one-lialf cash
in cultivation, 25 acres more to put in;
proof to-how that the la ml sought is more vain
balance on time. Is a big bargain.
The August Woman’s Home Companion
all fenced, fair buildings, Jackson
able for its tnnlier or stone than lor agricultural
purj>os<-*, and to establish his claim to »aid land is an
unusually attractive millsummer
county, Oregon. A bargain.
41.— 4000 acres of choice land select
before the Comity Clerk of Jackson County. Ore
fiction number. W. I.. Alden lias a humor No. 12— 2<»4 acres, all under fence, good
ed in an early day. Will be sold in
gon. nt Jacksonville Oregon, on Saturday, the
ous tale, called “The Camel»’ Home."
5-room house, good spring, water con
¿9th day of August. I'.xtl,
tracts to suit. Will make a dozen or
ll<- names ns witnesses
Other clever stories are “In Latitude 37'2
veyed to house by pipe, 2 good barns,
20 fine farms. This is an opportunity
Janie» W. Mee. of Applegate, Oregon: George West," by Richard Stillman Powell;
215 acres of choice land
iin<l in cultivation,
to secure a home in the best part of
A. Culey, if Applegate, Oregon; Walter Miller,
good for all kinds of grain, 30 or 40
of Applegate. Oregon; Fritz Ruch, of Applegate, "A Halt Under Fire,’’ by Gelett Burgess;
the Rogue River valley.
“The Madness of Mary," by Fredrick M.
acres would produce good alfalfa. This No. 43.— 40 acres of unimproved land.
Any and nil person* claiming adversely the Smith; a Nurse Norah story by Elliott
is one of the best farms in the valley,
above described Inuit* are requested to file their
Has some gixxl fir, pine and oak. Most
2!$ miles from Phoenix. Price per
claim» in thi» office on or before saiil .".'th day of F lower, and a unique picture-story, called
of land can lie easily cleared; good
J. T. HRIIX.ES,
“The Girl Who Came to New York." In
soil, plenty of water; half a mile from
feature-articles "The Typical American No. 14-400 acres, (> miles from Medford,
school and church. Six miles from
Girl," by William Allen White, will at
n gixxl house. 2 barns 100 acres in
Bybee bridge. Price per acre..... $10.
tract wide attention. The fashions are es
45.— Over 80 acres of good alfalfa
pecially adapted to vacation-time, and No. 15— 138 acres on Rogue River, 100
The undersigned i* the duly appointed and there are a number of small articles deal
land; 50 acres Bear creek bottom land
qualified executor of the estate of Joseph Hlntt.
with a large irrigation ditch. Two
subjects as “Her First i wish for. No improvements. Thirty
late <>l Jackson County, deceased. Persons hav ing with such
first-class houses, two good bans and
ing claim* against said estate are hereby notified Sleeping-Car Trip" and "Going Away j
acres of it could be made ready for the
a tine spring house. Adjoining land sell
to present them, witlt the proper voucher# at for it Week." Charles Mcllvain has an
tached, to tne or to my attorney, Wm. Colvig. nt
ing for $200 an acre. Price per acre $130
Jacksonville, Oregon, within six months from interesting article on "How to Know No. 22— House and barn in
Mushrooms." Published bv the Crowell
2 lots «0x120 feet. Price................ $650. No. 47.— City property, 2 acres, tine new
the date hereof.
Dated thia 1st day of August, 1908.
house, good well ami barn. Good land,
Publishing Company, Springfield, Ohio; , No 25 —House and 3 lots in Phoenix, lots
C oi . vk . \ In hiiam ,
one dollar a year; ten cents a copy.
| 00x120 each; good house well finished.
4 blocks from central school........ $750.
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SILAS J. DAY