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About Jacksonville sentinel. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1903-1906 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 2, 1903)
CHAS. H. BASYE
Will conduct a gene
ral Blacksmith busi
Wagon and Plow Work,
Horseshoeing and Ma
chinery a Specialty.
Canned Fruit Never
Spoils in the
No Jar on the mar
ket can equal it.
Easily scaled, never
airtight, aiul sold at
bedrock prices. < >f
the hundreds of jars
we sold last year no
complaint lias bet n
made that the y
broke easily or let
the fruit spoil.
Handmade an«l soldered without
acid so fruit cannot be poisoned.
D. H. Miller
From the oldest, finest wooled Oregon
bred flock. Thirty brail of
One to four years old; medium sized,
short jointed. Bred for crossing with
leggy, loo-e-wooled ewes. Best gleaners
of orchard, hop-yard or field; aud most
self-helpful of wool an«l mutton sheep.
Care taken to fill orders by mail.
Minto & Wain,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
IX-partnient of the Interior
Land Office at Roselxirg. Oregon Sept.
Notice is h«rrebv given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his intention to
to make final proof in supt<ort of his claim and
that said proof will be made before Silas J. Day.
I'. S. Commissioner, at Jacksonville. Oregon on
November II. 1KC viz H. E No. 11*»2 William
M Swartxlager for the sW>, NW% NW>, SW%’
Section 1* Tp HIS R I W
He names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon and cultivation ot
said land viz
George C Culy of Steamboat.
Jackson county. Oregon; Jacob C Knutzen ol
Steam1>oat Jackson county Oregon- Char1«rs
swartzlager of Steamboat. Jackson county.
Oregon llbert W. Shearer, of Steamboat. J:«A-
son county. Oregon.
J. T. BRI1X.ES.
4 Sew viub Orqani/atlon.
Tilt Gold Ray R< m I and Gun Club, the
temiiorary organization of which was
mailt-last Sunday week, is to give
grand ball at the Clubs's new hcadqttart
ers in Gohl Rav on Saturday evening.
The best orchestra III
South« rn Oregon will I k - employed and
tile best prompter and tile best tl«mr
man iger, and a tine ovster supper is to In
serted altogether making the evening's
unuscmeiit sin h as w ill be sure to please
all wh<> atteml. The lumliei for the club
house is living furnished In th«- Iowa
I.mnlier Compunv and te mi* lire deliver
ing it, hauling it by wav of Gohl I till to
tilt- Club's grtiundson the east side ot th«-
river and almut 40 ro<ls als>vc the «lain.
The building is to la- -lOxNO two story
high. For the present the building will
not I k - finish« d full) but that w ill I k -
done in the near future.
A meeting of th«- Club will I k - hebl this
Sunday at which time ]K-rmaiieiit organ
ization w ill la-effected. Of the tvill|>or
arv organization A. E Realties of this
place is chairman and J. 1,. llatnersl) ol
Gold Hill, secretary. Th«- capital stock
of the Club is js'rfMM) in shun s of
The committee on tiiemb« rship is Jidiu
S Orth, Ja« ksoiivilic. Court H ill Med
ford, am! A S Hammond, Grants pass,
i to wh <tn |K-rsons wishing to join -hotil<l
Dr. C. R. Rav. for the Conder Power I
am! Water Company, has donat d the
lease to th«- Club of th« fishing privileg, s
of the pond formed by the dam across
Rogue river, which is more than a mile ,
long ami in places nearly a quart« r of a '
mile wide, the water having overflowed
much of the Ixittoui land, and also th«
hunting privileges of the Company’s
lands which «nibrace several thotisaml
acres along Rogue river. Th«- Club will
st<K-k the pond ami upper Rogue river
with ad kinds <>f fish and inqiort game
hints to ad«l to those now in the Valley
The Club will also see to it that the stat«
fish ami game laws are strictly enforced.
Don't foeget next Monday, otic da}
Dr. Lowe, th«- well known
«•<-u!o-opt:cion. will be in Jacksonville at
Don't fail to have hitn
test vour’s and your children's eyes.
John Buffer Sr. for 51 years «me of the
pr<z-|s-ctc-r-> of Southern Oregon and who
ha* made many a rich fin<l of gol«l in III
hill« aliout Jack<x>nvillr. has now become
imbui-d with the fruit fever as the result
of a tiifd that he lat« ly made in » canyon
up Jackson creek whil«- on a recent pros-
JK-- ting trip. In an ojn n space in the
timber he found an apple tree apparently
about eight years «>1«! that was loaded
with apples tha’ were of ver) tine appear
ance and large size. As it is a laic ri| cu
ing apple bee- ulil not learn its quality
but he will visit the tree from time to
time and when the fruit is ripe he will
harvest the crop ami submit samples of
the apples to fruit ex|x rts for tin ir opin
ion as tv the value of tile apples, 'flu
tree is a seedling from seed dropped by a
bird more than likely that had Ireen fora
ging in the n< ar by orchards of Mr. I.inn
or Mr. Reed and it is very thrifty and
handsome appearing with broad leaves
andashajielv top. Mr. Buffer thinks
that it may prove to I«- an apple of value
and become one of the leading varieties
of Rogue River. The Bennett Seedling,
now coming to the front as the first
native apple to gain a standing among
Rogue River fruitmen and whi -h bi-is
fair to be out- the l>est market apples
grown in tile Valley, was found growing
in a fence corner on the farm of J. L.
Scott on Evans i re« k and it isquite with
in the range of jtossibilitv that the Buffer
apple may liecbme one of the noted
Rogue River apples that will add to the
prestage of this Valley as the best apple
district of the Pacific Coast.
The following is a list of letters remain
ing uncalled for in the Jacksonville post
office August .'ll, P.Mi.’ 9.
Brown. Eld A.
If vou want to rent a farm or have land Calvest, Mrs. Jas.
Kromling. A. I..
to rent see T. C. Norris, Jacksonville,
Crippen, E. \V.
Jamieson, G. \V. (2)
John Mills a farmer residing on Griffin
One cent will be charged upon delivery.
creek is seriously ill with pneumonia,
J oiis F. M ii . i . i -. r . P. M.
but a turn has taken place in his case and
Ins recovery is now quite certain.
Sates Two From Death.
Mrs. Max Muller arrive«! from Oak
•‘Our little daughter had an almost fa
land. California, Thursday in Medford tal attack of wluxiping cough and bron
and is stopping with her daughter, Mrs. chitis," writes Mrs. \V. K. Haviland, of
Joseph Murphy of that place. Mrs Mul Armonk. N. V., "but, when all other
ler came over Sunday to spend a short remedies failed, we saved her life with
time with friends in Jacksonville.
She Dr. King's New Discovery. Our niece,
will remain in Oregon about a month who had Consumption in an advanced
while looking after her property inter stage, also used this wonderful medicine
ests here, she having considerable prop and to-day she is perfeotly well." Des-
erty in Jacksonville.
As yet she has ¡«crate throat and lung diseases yield to
made no disposition of her fine dwelling Dr. King's New Discovery as to no other
house on East California street She has medicine on earth. Infallible for Coughs
had several applicants to rent it but lias and Colds. 50c and fl.HO Ixittles guar
refused them, though later on she may anteed by City Drug Store.
rent or sell the place.
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.
The IOWA LUMBER
No matt« r how dirt) we can eli .m
pairs and press «olir clothing ill the latest style,
skirts am! jackets made to l««»k like
ami dclher prompt!)
J. R. Lucky '¡i Geo. Bingenhetmer,
Jacksonville Agency at Learned** Bos* Confectionery
Union Uivery «Stables
Rigs on short notice for timber cruisers, com
mereiai men. mining men. sawmill men, all
kinds of men or parties.
Horses lid at rea-
sona Ide rates.
Geo. N. Lewis, Prop.,
W hite & T rowbrioce
THE BIG LAND AGENTS
MEDFORD. - OREGON
\\e have the largest and best list in Southern Oregon 01
Fruit, Alfalfa, Dairy and Stock luinds, Timber Lands,
Mining Bargains and Town Property.
Sewing Machines, Lime, Cement
We huv 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
first-class condii ion.