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About Jacksonville sentinel. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1903-1906 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 18, 1903)
W. K. Hinkle, who bought h»ts oí IN t
er Applegate oti South Third street mid
commenced the erection of a dwelling
house 20x30 teet. two stories high, ex
pects to have it couinleted this week and
to move his family into it at once.
a neat appearing house and is quite an
addition to that |M*rt of tow n.
If you have anv Timber land you w mt
ell See T. C Noiria
Chris Ulrich has blood in liiseye and it
will be an evil day to the fellow who
Imrrowed his big pipe wrench, when he
interviews him if the aforesaid wrench is
not returned instanter. To the borrow
ing fraternity Mr. Ulrich is quite un
reasonable for it is held bv tile guild
that to go get an article Is quite effort
enough an<l that its return is a matter
for the ow ner to look after.
Calcutta wheat bags, barlev or oat bags.
Shawsheen linen l»ag twine, in lots to suit.
W. W. Willetts. W. J. Dean and II. II
Gordon, not having jury duty to do
Tuesday evening, went on the excursion
train to Medford to attend the G. A. R.
encampment exercises that are running
and being captivated with camp life they
loitered so long with the old soldiers
that they missed the train ami had to
walk liack to Jacksonville, and now they
are rustling around among the ticket
brokers trying to sell their return tickets.
Henrt Wendt has his tine two-story
dwelling almost ready for occupancy.
The carpenter work is completed and the
(Minting ami papering is now taring done
bv Edward Wendt, who has developed
into an artist in that line of work.
Wendt expects to occupy the new house
next week, the family having since the
main part of the old house was torn
down been living in the rear jmi I of the
old home, which has been very incon
Charles Clark arrived last Sunday
from Colfax. Washington, and is at the
home of his brother George Clark, who
lives thne mile- north of Jacksonville.
Mr. Clark was formerly from Nebraska,
but getting the Western fever he went to
Eastern Washington. but that was so
much like Nebraska, only more so. that
after spending a year there he concluded
to come to Southern < fregón, the land of
sunshine and calm weather where winds,
dust storms, -now storms, and all other
storms are unknown.
Contractors Fred Fick and L- T. Joins
are making rapid progress in the con
struction work on Gus Newbury’s house.
Bv the end of the week they will have
the silling and the roof on and lx.- ready
to begin the finishing work. George W.
l’riddv, the well known Medford brick
contractor, is putting in the Hues this
week and getting his mortar in readiness
to begin plastering the house the first of
next week. Mr. and Mrs. Newbury will
have one of the largest and best dwell
ings in Jacksonville and they hope to be
in their new house by the 15th of Octo-
Frank Hull has returned <rom his
photo tour ot Crater Lake and Klamath
county and has pitched his tent in Med
ford. Mr. Hull got some remarkably fine-
views of Crater Lake and of Rogue
river and Klamath lake scenery. He
has a panoramic view of this valley
that is remarkable for its clearness and
for the scope of territory covered for it
shows the entire valley from Table Rock
to about Ashland, and so plainly that
farm houses and orchards anti all of the
towns can be seen mid for u Isick ground
to this beautiful valley scene the rugged
heights of the Si-kivoti mountain- -how
up lx>ld mid clear. As a souvenir to
send to Eastern friend- this view ot the
valley would tie just the thing for it
would give them a comprehensive un
derstanding of the topograph« of this
section of Rogue river valley and of the
lieautiful apjiearance of th« Valley and
its grand scenery.
Report comes from Upper Applegate
that William Hacker had a narrow call
from l>eing used as a lunch bv un old
lx-ar and her two half-grown cub- last
Saturday. Hacker who is a pocket hunter
and one of the most successful in South
ern Oregon hud gone out for a supply of
venison tor the camp larder ami having
killed i! tine ?eer and dressed it was
trudging along with it through the woods,
when suddenly the growl of a bear ar-
roused his thought- from anticipation of a
tine supper and his hair from a recuiii
bent to an erect |x>sition and without a
moments delay he dropped the «leer and
shinned up a sapling, while the bear and
her cub- pro?ee«le«l to enjoy a big feast
on venison. The smell of the fresh
bl ( mm I had evidently aroused the appt-
tites of the bears to such a pitch a- to
put them in a fighting mood and Hacker
found it prudent to stay up in the tree
until the I war- were through with their
meal when they scumbled off through
the woods and he was then free tog”
to his camp empty-handed.
Each made of the best selected grain and guaranteed
the purest on the market
Ground Barley, Cracked
Wheat and Other Feed.
In connection with my line of furni
ture you may find:
Rugs and Mat-
I have in mv hand- al the present time a large num
Coco Door Mat-
Wire and Canvas Cot-
ber <»f Bargains m FARM, FRl’IT ami GARDEN
Cotton felt ami -ilk fl >— mattresses
LANDS, am! TOWN PROPERTY, of uliicli the
Ingrain and Granite Art Squares
following is a paitial list.
res more o
10 acres No. II \n so
•. (.»till M-ti-ii milt-s
Oil Cloth and Linoleum
Rogue River bottom hind, nil fenced,
from railroad, level land, g«xxl soil. 15
gixxl hou-c, barn .iml other building-.
acre* cleared and fenced. 2<i acres tn
Tin- balance. almul 250 acres, gixxl for
txt stun-, remainder easily cleared
timber and ])asture. Dlls place is sit
Dwelling hou*> well finished. cost ov
uate«! «>n Rogue River, near town.
Hangings for Sash and I.acc Curta ns
er #5lNL Bearing orchard; fin«- well
The land is of tin« quality. Pn«v tier
am! springs; is »ul> irrigated, and «-an
be m.ide one of the lx--l -mall farms of
No. 2 ■ -1- a i r.«1 t > 'i |521f icres all fenced,
Window Gia— «ml Putty
Jackson county. I- owned bv a non
12<Mi acres good alfalfa land; a stream
resident who will give a b.irg uu in or
Curt a in-
running through it of 150 tinners'
der to -ell quick
inch« -of water with which th«- whole
1200 acre- can lx- irrigated. The other No. 33 -I51, acres, all in cultivation
Manv other article-.
house, barn, etc., m ar Phot nix; will
32o acres is higher ground, which is
C. W. CONKLIN.
lx- sold ull together or divided.
well situated for reservoirs and feed
This tract is situated in
Klamath county . alxitit 20 miles from No. 34. — 1200 acres all unproved
Fine Ixtttom land. Rogue River run
Klamath Falls, a county road running
Mrs. Caroline Miller has arrived from
mug through it; 500 acres tinder irrigu
by it ami a railroad now within about
Missouri to live here with her broth« r,
lion and balance easily watered. Gixxl
50 miles und building rapidly towards
\\ in. Arthurs.
building- ami other improvements, six
it ami is certain to pas- mar by it. or
W. II. Dezeng cam«- over from his
mile- from railroad; m «r posiofficc and
cross it in th«- near future. A gixxl
mine on Black Bear, am! went to Jack
Fine alfalfa, fruit or garden
farm house and barn and corrals on
sonville on a business trip.
laml. Is the chea|M*st land in Jackson
the place. One of the best bargain* in
county. Price jx-r acre.................... $10
all Southern Oregon. Price jx-r acre
The stockmen of this section are
gathering up lieef cattle. Miles Cantrail
brought out quite a ni«e bunch of fat No. 1 — Hoti-e and I lot- ill Pliix-nix. No. 36 1713 acres of pasture land on
Rogue River Will lx Mild at a bar
l>eef last week.
Benton Pool is hauling lumber from
the Pursell sawmill to the Cantrall place No. 8—55 acres, house ami 2 barn-. 12 No. 37— 1560 acr«--. 800 acres of It fine
acres Ixtttom land, the balance, 43 ac
on Little Applegate Mr. Cantrail is one
plow laml; all well watered by fine
re-. all gixxl land, ■¿-mile from de[x>t,
of the farmers who believes in improving.
creek and springs. lairge jxtrt under
12 acr« - under ditch at the head of the
cultivation ami all under fence. Will
Miss Myrtle Bishop, w ho has been stay
ditch. Price..................................... $5000
lie -old in tracts to suit purchasers.
ing with her aunt, Mr-. A. S. Kleinham-
Convenient to market ami in gtxxl
mer, during the summer, has gone to the
cultivation. A house and barn, atxiut
home of her grandparents near Phixnix
and will attend schrxd there.
miles from town. Price
$1,000. No. 39.— 2'/ acres, three fourth- of a
mile from Medford. Go<xl garden
W. P. Nipper, the Williams creek saw
laml. G«xxl Ixix house.......
mill man was in this section Monday. No.II—115 acre- on Butt«- creek. 25 acre
in cultivation. 25 acres more to put in;
He will soon liegin the work of rafting
all fenced, fair buildings. Jackson No. 40 30 acres, on a creek affording
logs from the lull- just west of Unon-
plenty of g«xxl water; gixxl soil ami
Oregon. A bargain.
town to his mill on Williams creek, by
tin«- fruit land. Three acres in alfalfa
No. 12— 204 acres, all under fence, good
Office one block south of Courthouse
gtxxl buildings; near gixxl school and
5-room house, good spring, water con
Miss Ella Parks ami brother, Hollis,
other advantages. #150(1, one-hall cash
veyed to house by pipe, 2 good barns.
returned Sunday from an extended visit
balance on time. Is a big bargain.
215 acre- of choice land in cultivation,
to relatives in the John Day country .
UNITED STATES COMMISSIONER
No. 41.— 4000 acres of choice laml select
While pleased with what they saw they
Filings and final proof made on homesteads
ed in an early day
Will lie sold in
saw they yet declare no other place is j acres would produce gixxl alfalfa. This
and timber claims. Corrected plats showing
is one of the best farms ill the valley,
tracts to suit. Will make a dozen or
all vacant lands
I quite so desirable as Southern Oregon.
2'j miles from Phoenix. Price per
20 fine farms. This is an opportunity
Miss Park- will soon go to Wolf creek
NOTARY PUBLIC AND CONVEYANCER
to secure a home in the Ix-st |>art of
to teach a fall term of school.
Legal papers of all kinds made out. Special
the Rogue River valley.
attention given to papers in settlement ot
No. 14 — 400 acres. (> mile- from Medford,
a good house, 2 barns list acres in
No. 41.— 10 acr« - of unimproved land
It is a great convenience to have at
ABSTRACTER OF TITLES.
Has some gixxl fir, pirn and oak. Most
Most complete set of abstract lx>oks in the
of laml can be easily cleared; good
county, Abstracts made promptly and ac
accident and fur slight injuries ami ail- i No. 15— 13M acres on Rogue River, 100
acres of as good land as any man could
soil, plenty of water; half a mile from
merits. A good liniment and one that is
wish for. No improvements. Thirty
sch«x>l and church. Six miles from
fast becoming a favorite if not a house
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
acres of it could be made ready for the
Bybee bridge. Price jx-r acre........ #10.
Fine list of country ami town property for
Balm. By applying it promptly to a cut, i
sale and rent.
No. 45.— Over MO acres of gixxl alfalfa
bruise orburn it allays the pain and causes No 25— II Ottse and 3 lots in Phoenix, lots
land; 50 acres Bear creek bottom land
(10x120 each; good house will finished.
Warrants bought and sold. Collections made
with a larg« irrigation ditch. Two
time usually required, and as it is an anti
Taxes paid Rents collected. Prompt reply
first-class houses, two good bari.s and
septic it prevents any danger of bkxxl I No 26— House and 2 lot- in Phixnix, lots
to all letters Charges reasonable.
a fine spring house. Adjoining land sell
poisoning. When Pain Balm is kept at j 110x120 feet each.
ing for #200.in acre. Price |x i acr< $110
hand a sprain may be treated liefore No. 30 -18 acre- well improved, house,
inflammation sets in, which insures a . barn ami other out buildings; one-half No, 47.— City proix rty, 2 acres, fine new
in voting orchard; near Phoeniv
Hon. H. K. Hanna, judge of 1st judicial dis quick recovery. For sale by City Drug .
house, good well and barn. Gixxl land.
4 blocks from central school..
trict. and any Jacksonville business man.
SILAS J. DAY
Real Estate Dealer.