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About Jacksonville sentinel. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1903-1906 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 23, 1903)
E Poole, a son in-law, and J. It. Wat
kins a brother in law ot F. M Tung.ile,
lx>th of Big Butte, were in J «cksonville
Miss Loenberger of Spokune is iu over Sundav night on a brief visit with
Jacksonville to »]>end a month with her Mr Tungatc. Mr Poole left at the Sell
tincl office a large |x»tato that was grown
cousin Mrs. R. E. Graham.
Kindling Wood—$1.00a load at yard without irrigation on tin hill land of the
Butte Creek country as proof that the lull
or delivered. Iowa Lumber Coinpmy.
land of this section will raise crops if
Oscar Lewis went to Applegate this projxrly cultivated.
Friday w.ih a gentleman connected with
J. T Williamson is having a shortage
the United States geodetic survey, who
is taking the altitude of the various hills of water at his house his well failing dur
ing the present dry sjiell. To prevent a
and mountains in this section.
recurrence of this trouble when another
Edward Elmer is home from McCloud dry season corm s on Mr. Williamson is
where he has been working in a sawmill having Ills well dug d< e|x-r be drilling.
during the past slimmer. He expects to
The work is being done by W. P. 1 lodge
go to San Francisco m a short time to ot Medford, who is sinking a six inch
work during the winter.
hole. The well was at a depth of :Ut feet
If you have anv Timlier land you want and Mr. Ihwlge thinks th it h< will sc *ure
to sell—See T. C. Norris.
a larger supply of water wh* n he gets
| through the strata of sand rock that he
G. A. Dyson of Eugene who represents j is in now which will be in possibly ItllHect.
a company of Lane county capitaliits has
Also agent for the
H. M. Roundtree, she sonic time since
bought the Yellow Jacket mine on Forest
creek of Alex Orme, M. McIntire. H. A. bought tin- lots on California street be
NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE
church and Gus
Mears and J. H. Shafter, and he is now tween
busv getting m luml>er with w hich to
New bury s pn>|x rt\. has commenced to
build a dwelling house for himself and improve his property He is building a
men. So soon as the building is com
»«rn now and during the winter »ie will
pleted they will begin work to «levelop fence the lots and dig a well am! then ill
the mine, which they will carry on until the spring lie will «reel an eight-room
the full value of the mine is dcuionstrat- | dwelling house He will continue to re
ed when if it justifies the expenditure side t<»r this winter at \\ m. ^By tx-c s place
and ’ ......
work III the Iowa
they will put up a quartz mill ami begin , ......
' • I.uillb«
’ ..... 1 r Co.'s mill
I working on his own pr«»|>erty only when
to work the mine.
| not otherwise employed.
Use those fancy oilcloth rugs tinder
The Gold Ray R< m I ami Gun Club ha<l
vour heating stove, $.75 and $1.00, at
| -.hiir first succrs-ful »hoot last Sunday a»
C. \V. Conklin's.
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Hoeft and children Gold Ray mill jxmd. The gates at the
i dam having lx.-en closed I hursday the
arrived Thursday from Newport, Oregon
Real listate Dealer
and are «jccupving one of the Karvwski water had backed lip over a mile an I cov
houses on South Thirtl street. Mrs. ered a large area of laud making tine bell
Hoeft was here three weeks ago looking ing ground for tiucks. Thev were quick
over the Valley to find a place that to find '.his resort and by Sundav th« v
I haw hi nit hands at the present time a largennin*
suited her for a home an«l deciding on were there in large numbers and the
l»t*r <>l Bargains in FARM, FRUIT anti (1 \RDEN
Jacksonville she returned to Newport to
assist her husband in packing their plan of the Club to place feed in the pond
and encourage the ducks to stop there.
LANDS, and TOWN PROPERTY. <>f uliich the
troubled with Asthma while living in It is ex|«cted that the fishing will also
following is a partial list.
l>e better now that the poml is formed.
the damp climate of Yaquina bay, but
her trouble ceaseil in the few «lays that
Two more families were added to Jack
she sj-ent here «>n her previous trip and sonville* ]x>pulation this Friday and no’ No. I Is (D a» rvs more <>r 1rs-». .UNi.u n-s So. il
1« ve) lami. g>xxl soli. |ó
she thinks that she will have good health lieing able to secure houses thev set up
good house, barn ami other building».
acre» clearvd ami felice«!. 2’» acre» ili
now that she is in the best climate on the their tents in which thev have been liv
The balance. a I out 2511 acr< », good for
pasture, remainder easily cleand
Pacific Coast. Mr. Hoeft is a carjx-nter ing this summer at Gold Ray ami willoc-
timlx-r and pasture Till*, place is sit
Dwclling I mmim - wcll finislnd, c<x»t
and is said to be a firstclass workman.
cupy them until houses can lx had. The
Hated on Rogue River, near town.
er $5«io Bcaring orvliirtl. fine wcll
Home-cooked im als. 25 cents at Mrs men's names are J. P. McT.tnmomls and
The I.«ml is of tine quality. Price tier
ami sprtngs. i» siil> irrigatc<l ami cali
Flory's in the brick lx»arding house D. R. Baker and they have been working
lx- Iliade «»ne of thè tarsi stilali furili* ol
second bl<x:k north of the Court House.
No. 2 Is a tract of 1520 acre», all fenced.
Jackson couuty. Is owned by n noil
Ladies, don't forget the date, Oct. 2*».
I2tm acre* g<MM| alfalfa land; a stream
resident w ho will give a birg.iin in or
for the winter by the g>axl s,h<x»l advan
and see the Ix-autiful ami up-to-date
to «teli quick.
styles that Mrs. Chattin, agent for the tage» the town has and the op|x»rtunity
inches of water with which the whole
-15', .ieri-- all in cultivation;
Chas. A. Stevans & Bros., of Chicago,
12*»* acres can I m - irrigated. The other
barn. ctc.. near PI hh iiix . w ill
can show vou.
320 acres is higti« r ground, w hich is
rv Orth. Mr. McTimmonds is from Polk
lx »obi all together or dividt-d.
county and Mr Baker from Tillamook
This tract is situated in No. 34. —- 1200 acre» all itnprovcd
and they each think the Rogue River
Klamath county , alx>ut 20 miles from
Fine laittoni lami, Rogue Rtver rim
valley far better than those »« etions.
Klamath Falls, a county road running
ning thruugh it;500a< re» under irriga
Wm. M. Colvig who is attorney for the
by it and a railroad now within . i I miu I
timi ami I ki I. iiicc « asily watcred. G«xxl
Southern Pacific Railroad in Jackson
5o miles and building rapidly towards
building» Hiid other improveim-iit»; »ix
county was in Gold Hill Monday to rep
it ami is certain to |»«s» mar by it. or
nule» troni railroad; m-ar |xmt<iflu'e ami
resent the Company in a suit that J. A
cross it in the near future. A g<xx!
M'llOOl. Filli- alfalfn, fruii or garden
Harvey hail brought in Ju»tice I. B.
farm lions» and barn ami corrals on
land. I I» thè chca|x-»t laudili Jackson
Morelock’s court to recover the value of
the place. One of the l>est bargains in
county. l’rice ,x-r acre
a cow that had been killed by a train.
all Southern Oregon. Price |x r ac re
The company had refuse-* to tav for the
$10. No. 36 I 1713 acre» <>t |»nturc lami oli
Rogue I River. Will I h - »ol<! at a bar
Complete Line of Fall and
w ithin the station limits, but Mr. Harvt v
Winter Goods. Fine Qual
MM No. 19.
claimed that the loss of th«- cow was oc
- 2acres, three fourths of a
ity. Latest Effects and a
casioned by the carelessness of the Comp No. S—55 acres, house and 2 barns. 12
mile from Medford.
very Complete Selection.
any's employees one of them having left
acres iMittom land, the balance, 411 •«<
land. G o < h 1 Imx house
a barrel under the water tank from w hich
res, al) g«xxl land, *4-mile from dc|x>t;
the cow was drinking and a train fright
12 acres under ditch at the head of the IHO acres on Applegate river. If, nule»t<>
I will lx.* pleased to show
I 'j miles to store am! |xmtoflice.
ening her she ran upon the track ami was
•M m Sch«x»l,
you my goods whether
Gixxl lioiiM-, barn and other buildings.
killed by the locomotive. Mr. Harvei
you buy or not Store
No. 10 — 2.’! acres all fenced mid ill
:«> acres under cultivation balance
won his case.
next door to Postofiice.
cultivation. A house aijd barn, alxziit
timlxT. Fine springs for gravity waler
50 fruit trees just coming into la-aring.
and irrigation. Is the making of a
The death took place Thursday at the
I'2 miles from town Price
fine fruit or st<x*k farm.
County Hospital of William D. C«»le. ag« «l
placer ami quartz pros|a*cts. Will lx-
81 years, ami Fri«!ay morning the re No.II—145 acres oil Butte creek. 25 acres
sold at a lairgain.......................... . ...............
mains of the unfortunate old man wert
in cultivation. 25 a< res more to put in.
laid to rest in the county plat of th«- Ja k-
all f< need, fair buildings, Jackson No. -10 .’>ii ten s. on a < reek affording
sonville cemetery with neither friends
county, <fregoti. A bargain.
plenty of gixxl water; g<x>d soil and
nor minister to say a word of g«x>d-b\e.
line fruit land. Three acres hi alfalfa;
It is but two weeks ago that the «»Id man
g<xxl buildings; near g<xxl sclnxil ami
5-room house, good spring, water con
ami his aged wife, she lieing 78, were ad-
other advantages. $I5>N), one-hall cash
veyed to house by pi|»e. 2 g<»xl hams,
mitteil io the county hospital from Gold
balance on time. Is a big bargain.
215 acres of choice land in cultivation,
Hi’l. It is sai«l that years ago he was
41. IOOO acres of choice land select •
one of the lea ling tax|x«yers of Jacksoil
acres would produce good alfalfa. This
cd in an early day. Will I m * sold in
county an«l a prominent <)d«l Fellow, but
is om of the best farms iu tin- valley,
tracts to suit. Will make a dozen or
adversity t«x»k away his property ami
2’4 miles from Phoenix. Price tier
211 fine farms. This is an op|s>rtnnitv
se vered his l«xlge connection and when
to secure a home ill tile lies! |iart of
lie ami th«- wife who had been his help
Having opened Steam Cleaning
tin- Rogue River valley.
mate for over half a century, could no No. 14— 4<*> acres, 0 miles from Medford,
and Pressing Works in Medford,
lunger battle against the trials of life nor
a good house, 2 l>arns 100 acres in No. 41. 40 acres of unimproved
we are prepared to do anything
depend on the charity of friends, they ' cultivation Phoenix.
Has some good fir, pirn- and oak. Most
in our line with neatness and dis
sought the friendly shelter of the Jackson i
of land can be easily cleared; good
county hospital. It is said that the aged | No. 15— 138 acres on Rogue River, 100
soil, plenty of water; half a mile from
couple have a son who is a machinist, | acres of as gootl land as any man could
We make a specialty of ladies'
school ami church.
Six miles from
work, and guarantee satisfaction
B v I h c bridge. Price per a<rc
acres of it could la- made ready for the
in every respect.
Wedding stationery, the latest out, at
plow with IS <la\■ labor.
Prit e $500
No. 45.— Over Kb acres of goral alfalfa
Work called for and delivered.
the Sentinel office.
No 25 — House ami 3 lots in Phoenix, lots
land; 50 acres Bear creek bottom land
Apply for our club rates for
Broke Into His House.
00x120 each; good house well finished.
with a large irrigation ditch. Two
first-class housei«, two go<xl ban.» and
S. Ix* Quinn of Cavendish, Vt., was No 26— House and 2 lots in Phoenix, lots
fine spring house. Adjoining land sell
roblied of his customary health by in
OOx120 feet each.
ing for $200 an acre. Price |x*t acre $110
STEAM CLEANING & PRESSING WORKS,
vasion of Chronic Constipation. When
Dr. King’s New Life Pills broke into his No. 30—18 acres wi ll improved, house,
Upstairs, Opposite Postoffice.
barn and other out buildings; one-half No. 47.— City protx-rty, 2 acres, line new
house, his trouble was arrested and now
in voting orchard; near Phoenix.
house, good well and barn. G<xx| land.
he's entirly cured. They’re guaranteed
I blocks from central sch«x»l..
to cure, 25c at City Drug Store.
Can furnish anything
in this line handled on
the Coast. Orders for
fine goods a specialty.
C. W. CONKLIN
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER
JACKSONVILLE :: ::
:: MILLINERY STORE
MISS E. HOOVER
Made Like New