Jacksonville sentinel. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1903-1906, September 11, 1903, Image 2

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    pOLVIGÄ DURHAM
Prunes Broonu urn muf Sorqfiuni a Nut < vxx
Harr) Mill« r will attive h * iiic this
Jacksonville I. represented ill
the Sittirdav I *r a short visit with In s molli
I.AWV I Rs
\ppligate hop v mis In ubimi tn p * ki r. ci Mis M iri Mlllvi ami Ins l*r* >1 Iler
Most
ol the pickers fiotti her* went t.i Postmaster I I Miller ami sister, Mrs
U ill practice m all tin Courts ot the
I W York’s yard it Missouri Elat
Mr K K Kubli. Mr Mill« r is residing at
state
York ha. ls.icrvsanl h
has iilxiut so Sin Jos« Calif . whir« In- is the beati
" H loh ig. J i A mmim II c . (icu. N. Durham, tirants
pick* rs. The yield ot his yard will In- tliuggist m a large drug sl«»r.
rather above the average tin. war and of
Matt l alhoUtl, a r* al estate
a tine quality. As the puce for new crop Phoenix, was in Jacksonville
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hops has iqiviied at 22 I’eiits w th a teas Whlle here II* in ul* c * • rut.
tin-
<*iiabh-certaintv i*f going t*> 25 c« nts iter K Itcwskl oll'lliol. oil« of tile
•—*
in ntis r
.111*1
pound, Mt \* tk will * * *t i iiainl i>iin l*est pivitig ill |a ksoii counit,
(of
All work equal to tlu- 1« -I to l>< had hi
sum this season for it cost alxait * *VVC«I the sale of John \\ . White’s
Portland
Uli
cents t*> grow the hop«. Mr York L IlHH Apph gati
AH the booKx required
Crow ns linilxe work and truin ist T« « ill
and
liven growing hops on the \]’t*leg it« lot will niaki
on either rul*t*er or celluloid plat« «
in the Common and High
.1 quick s tic of pro’ <
,J-t c H s o rv v 111 «•
•
*
Ove*tl<vtx the past 12 war. and p * vmi. to t h it hr hands
Sihoolt. Tablet», Pen­
grew hops at
iteriown. \ w Y >rk Air
Surprise I gg whips. best on
cil», Inh, Pent, Mate»
\ i*rk is not a one idea man but is an all
around farmer tor in addition t** his line ki t at Boulen . hardware 'tore.
«vnd »pongee. Price* that
h *p yard In ha. an alfalfa meadow th it
will tur'j you money.
Em
I
Britt
It
is
added
two
unions
lotl.e
C NITEI» s T ATI s I KN I■ C* *M M ISsli iN I R this sc is >n will vivid Inin in alxait .'¡Htl
Sentinel exhibit ill it for si/a md I la II* I
tons of h iy II*- s*-1 Is non«- of this h tv b it
sonic ap|>earalii'c arc II ird to l*ca
fill
Filing* and final proof* for hointMt-ad
teed.lt all to stock, he having our a
I ine gratle ot
Chi I A’S
onions arc from the II itt laruis on Butti
and timber claim* made.
hundred head of cat’le.
creek, ami were grown
bi J | |i
grow ii i«v
11 .*ha*i
handled
Mr York is an experiment il as w. 1! as
Jacksonville
O rego r»
< >iic ol the
a practical igriiultur.st .«nd hi- his tested who has the |*i.ice rented. «Ine
oil nil-*
ne. ami tin *t.ir
all crops th it «lo well tn this s eti >tt unions wt ighvd 27 oti
S prêtai attention jftu ’n to
f-.acli viar he has a line field of corn and 21 ounces ami tlu largest w is III*, mi In s
Prescriptions
in
*
ircumferenic.
1
It
s<
wen
nt*x
cpt
finding that it ma tir. «I p rice Iv Ii c hi
lolla
1\
large
«inions
select*
«I
I.mil
tin
­
•
r I.AWYIK
i
k 1 i ■
chide«! to tri hr xnn corn an I sorghum
pitch blit w re all ak« ta^< of tile «Hiys
Qli- bro tn c *r i grew an-l tn it ire I
that Mr Brit brought in for it >• at his
Office opj.sitc Court House
th«*r**ugh!v pr «hi i ng i. g •«> I ari le of
Proprietor,
Mr M«-r er ii . is an a r • *1 1*11 n >' s
brush as is pr.xlu'i-i in the E is . bit home
( J .fi H s ivry v i II«-,
w I . 1 average
Jacksonville
»
O re
a
O rep.o n there I ell g no market for th« brush b* ami the gre it r lllllllbet
as large ,i as til *si on vxhibiti ■ Il lit tin
reason of there be ng no Ii omn f.u- . rv
Mr Mercer is a*. e steli"
ri -ni Sentinel otti.a
C. E. Keames
C. !.. Kearnes in Southern < >rvg. hi hegiv« tinta«
ivc ami sm ces s|u! m irk* t g irik-m r. h tv-
corn venture Di sorghum vent re p «>v
ing more tangibli hr took that up oi l ii g HI ac cs plan cd io vegetables pumi»- t /
kills. S.|U Isllt S. Ill loll etc *ml I*< Illg oil
grew the c me f >r sev r d i -.- *r. in I .eti t
*'
ATTORNEY ' . ■ \ w
the r i'll Itiltte creek Inittoill land irng.it
ing East for i mill md ev <p «rati gpm
he made consider ihk-qu i itities .j s rip e l ami well cultivated. the « eld I» » <
A. E. Rt aines district attorney.
t Jne v • ir li* ni.i.li ove
Itilo gelo sui large that an E is ern m ill i >*u!*l I sC.I'fi­
1st Judicial I'.strict.
syrup that was as clear in . p ear.m •• lieileve Ills i \* s were he to sec lli«- s.ze
Jacksons ille.
Oregon
am! smooth flavor«-*! i. ever mil« m all! the quality of vtgela ,k s th t
Kalis is nr Missouri. B t lie giv*- tr> 'In­ pr>> Iti ed oil tills lami
l\ <>plc wh<> rcn<lthis have
sorghum bn*itless five v«-I s tgo as sllg T
Th*- num ral exhibit la-ing
lit*
//<■! < .*■ sc II <in lt il llPII -
retine-y sy rup w is . . <1 n th«- 1 • il m ir by the S' II itivi I* *!< m «H\
kets here it such « low price is . ere it
Judge l>ai h.i* c< »ntrib i v<l
/./ I X fldSI‘1. I I o/ 77LS
s|>ecim« II f i ** i ; la- irmg r»K k"
«•/» /s being shown in our
Mis., .un 1- ; at 1
tile imprints of ieives .«ml tw gs of
Appli gatt where
ti imlow \ ihis week
ami plants that flourished
O rep,on addition to th*- s
in
the ages pa-t wh n
arc 'hr -e other v
a tropical ehm « e her. .
H
*17 Iho talon f nilkti in
oil acres ami W. 1
to the exh I*: a pietttr« <1 r«x k
Poraian and othor
from m «rkiiig s ii | h m it ' h.i1 h ne a fain I
fnl res* m >1 in e to various «>bj«-it-, the
Orirnlat pattern«.
ATTORNEY at law
forest Growth Intrciisinq
<me t li«- J idg leaving here has a lake
Will practice in all courts of the
T!to Eng'ieh Square
S -Ille of the pioneer citizens w.i-> w< re s«em U|*oii it with hills III til- back
state.
ground ami a I«ir vr of rush« s m |. >r«-
here
f
’
hu
s
I
iv
m
i-k-
som*'
statem
n
's
a
.
in
mat latso silk in
Oftice on California street one
to the flora of this county fortv t«. fifty ground along the e«lge of tile lak« . 1 Ills
Irlock south of the court house.
tho
PINNACLE ot PER-
y ears ago that w ii! stirpris. m im
Th ■ rock is a s. dun« nt.tri t riiiit nn !«> *n
Jacksonville.
Orc g<>n
FECStiiN
in t all tlvti.
i «i'orge
savthatth re is m -re
>ri- titnlx-
tmilx- md brash up in tin Siskivoii tnuunta n
Merritt h * l Ohstr.Lute«! a s; e* Illi* fl of
now than then mil the an t of wi1*! y . get
ation is i. i uallv gre ite
Die co mtn ieri I» aiitiful cinnal ir < re that < atm-
back of Pnot-nix vh i'll
C. T. J'avi'lson
now larg ! i from Cum d.ar Spring
•
j I . w I r. 1 i<
cover« <1 with brush an
l pl i g s of .t brought in a urn ']•«• nn-n gobi bea'ing
go*,*l s z.e f r fuel, is sai* to h I ve !»♦*• n quartz from the Miilioni ire tn nc in .hi-
Watclie
and docks repaired
<>;x.-n and pirklike with
r<- * til ii k w*'lI d.str et. s x mile, north of
; romptly ami all work g tiara n-
11:* ] h i mu n w« igl.s si «
On
most
all
the
foot
s.1 v Ja ksonvill«
Is
th*
v
tt e<1.
th« re is more v-g-1 «twin
ainl was taken from the
•w thin when crai punì*!, and
Office opposite I'. S. Hotel.
they came to tile valli
Ti>* y think leilge it a depth * f 7b feet.
Jacksonville.
...
Oregon there is a bette' II Itur.
conditi «n t«i
S >ur Stomach.
conserve tile water thai hen Hi'l do
not look ution extvU'iv«
When tlie quantity <>f f «od t iken i. '*«*■
«rest r* -erva-
tion as *1« sirable, or at
II tim-s.a't large or tin qualit y too ri* h. .our si, nn.n h
1 li.it is th’ opinion w* re* eived I mn wo is iikelv to follow . md « s| m ia Iv so if
or three very inte!lig--i t old gentleme i the digestion h ts I m -« n w« ak in «1 bi * on
s'tpittou J .at «low A .m«l not t «•> fn-t.lv
who c mie hi re tiftv years ig«* an I ar
.Mas icate tlie
am*>ng our foremost citizen today —Ash of easily <1 gested food
Veterinary Surgeon.
laid Tribune.
fo**«l thoroughly . I et five ho r. clat .«•
Iietwien tn«.ds. and when ton feel a full
Hess ami weight 111 th«- region of the
rr ■*
stomach ifter i-.i'ing. tala ( li milx r! tin 's
■& LOCAL NOTES, z?
S Olli ich ami Liver 'labh ts ami sour
:
J R
Brown, a form« r Jacksonville stoni e ll mu lx- avo dcd. Eorsil* fix
risident but for some years past residing City I 'rug store.
Exdushe Men’s I i;rnishcrs.
in Nvvidaand Eastern Oregon, arrived
back Saturday and will sjiend th* winter
Ml DI-ORI),
OREGON
here.
s.-a*f<l pri>|M>sMls w ill t.. r*'. • r.
I>v th«-I'oiiuly
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Kindling Wood—JI .on a ]oa«l at v.ird Court of J hi U vui ( iiiuti «H g >ii tor th. o < ii
«traction of il Contiti r .all as f..tl>.w •
II, glint ng
or delivered. Iowa Limit,er Cotnpim.
at th«- Swayne Jord on Applrgat« and following I
Illi'
Itti«*
of
survey
of
.0'1
road
along
Im I a.t
R«»berts Br*.’hers, who hive a fine
si«lv of Applrgat«-Crei k «otilhvtly to th. inter
market garden at Ph x-nix h*v<- pr sen
s«« tioii ot III«'sauf propos.’d roatf with th« pres
ed the Sentinal exhibit with a pair of • nt traveled Contiti i oad a hi *«' tin ... ««nd « ,
onions and a (Kiir of carrots that while ing *jf «ani stream a «totani « of six mil« . mor« ot
les.
ne ther ar rec' r*l breakers as to sizi- y« t
VI.., 1.* ginning at th. t. « mimi, ,,t m, ptvaeiM
thi-v arc close to it and ars proof of the County Koa«l at W atkin. ford on Appt« gate
Creek (hence along th« west «id«- ol Appli-gat«
fertility of Rogue River Y illi-v
following the line of survey to IJt> stat* line l>«
Bred I.m . a Jacks*,m ill« b«,i whort ns t w • • it I alitornla ami * >o g* > ii
road to l>< con.trm o-<| In | < t wi«l« armimi
a barb« r-shop tn .Medford that is one of tin said
r*« k )H»int where swaym flume is Mtmm'd
th*- fim st in «-«piipnient ami appe ira’it e amt at all oth« r | h > iii I s wm*o In aiy grafting is
mm
in all Oregon, is having a line dwelling r« «|iuri il at least '• t wnl« .«nd to | h - < 1« ari-il at
all faillit« al h ast 1«. f. «-t w id*
* xen* al loti, into
I haying and heavy
house erected on lots he has on South E. solid »'arili to In not les. than «i-ven (« « t at
Htiy
street tn that town. The building i, now laiiiit w iier« grading is «Ion«
team work
fight
Hut« will I m - «'lltertaitled fot all til* loud Of ioi
enclose*! and it will be rea Iv f >r o hi -
<
\/tress
transferred
«■ai'lt «it tin- following .«-ition.
Where the best and the
jki U'- v in ab*>ut a month.
1st section tw-guis at tin- < <mim*-m « hi * lit ol
............
tin
City Drug
.... Store
RR. T. T. SHAW
JOHN
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SCHOOL BOOKS
ORTH
R. N E I L
I J. W. ROBINSON M. II
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9 OUT Of
N E W BURY
W. H I C K E L
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FOR
URLI)
IYERS
J. tì. Messner,
Medford,
The TOGGERY
Oregon
NOEKF lo tOMRAi IDK.s
Oh Say!j
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Some of the people qet
fooled, but most of them
don’t for they qo to the
JACKSONVILLE
TRANSFER
BOSS CANDY
KITCHEN
chea pc* t confectionery
to be had in Jackson­
ville can be gotten by
pound or pail. Made
fresh each week and
guaranteed pure by
LEARNED a
Ehe Boss Gundy Maker.
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Any thing needed in tlx- furniture line
■an be had at C. W. Conklin's. I es|iec-
ially solicit onleos for fine goods. Can
.ave von money .
N S. Bennett, who has a small but
well kept orcltar«! just west of the big
Voorhies orchard, was in Jacksonville
Saturday and left a tw igof p'rench prunes
for the Sentinel exhibit, that while meas­
uring Im: 17 inches long««mtains 5N well
form*-d prunes. Mr. B< nnett has in acres
to fruit, mostly prunes and the vicld cs
jtecially of the primes w ill lx- very heavy
an*l of fine ipialit v.
mail at th* Swaym- foul an«l « xremls to tin- Ilin <
mil«-P'i.t on Nt-wl l,«'wi. rail'll
Jn<l si-itioii fiom 11« llir«'<mil«-|>ost to tin in
ti-isi-ction of said ptopow«l road witli tile pre.i tit
traveled road tt« ai tin l>.w, ford on \|«pli gut«
atiout 11*4 mill s
3rd section I m gins at tin end of tin pu sent
i on nt y r«ia«t ami extends to tile stat« Inn al «out
2', mil« s
All Imldi is will I h - ri <|uu< «I tog«* , g«,o«l ami -uf
In u lit I ioik I s lotti« full .«mount of tlieit lolltrnct
(fiat tfu-road will In- completi «! in accordait« <-
with spi i ilii ations ami within tin- intu- spi-i Hi. ,|
ill tin i out * .i< I
Work to lie « impleted by fall
nary l«*th I'K'I
'rhe County teseli«*, tlx tight
to reject any ami all bids
Ail Imi. must l>< .ul,
milted Io th« County Court at its m x* s< ««ion
W ednesday 1 1* t 7 I' m »::
[signedl
JOJIN s ORTH
County Clerk
¡‘rompi deli vi r\ to
all part s of t he cit t
Charges
Bucklcn's
Reasonable
Arnica Salve.
Ills world W iile faille for lll.'irvelmis
cures. It surpass« s am nther salve, lotion
ointment or balm lor Cuts, Corns, Burns,
Boils, Sores, Eelotis, l lcers, 'fetter. Salt
Rheum. I'ever Sores, Chapjied Hands,
Skin Eruptions; infallible for piles. Cure
guaranteed. Only 2.‘>cat C it i I'rug Store.