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About Jacksonville sentinel. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1903-1906 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 6, 1903)
Count* Court Procet'dinq*
County Court met Wv<)n«-*«lay of this
week with the usual officer* in attend
ance. ami is still in session. Aside from
the usual routine work the court has a
big task to lx- handled in the work of ad
justing the precinct boundaries of the
county. Wink- their action* an- not y« t
complete yet it is alxmt certain that Pooh
Bah precinct will lie cut out ami divided
lietween Jacksonville. Central Point ami
Mvdfonl voting places. Jacksonville prv
cinct will lie divided into two precincts,
their Ixtund.tries being as follows:
C. V. \llen, of Sti rling Mine, visit?«!
his *«>», Snlney, at the N’orinal last week
Titer«-arc now 154 regular stud« tits,
and tn all de|>artments 221*.
Prof. Payne gave an interesting lecture
on. ‘'Plant ami definite direct" in chapel
Class of 1901: I.ulu Cobti is Ixxikkceix r
in a store in Roseburg; Ethelyn Hurley
is teaching mar Talent; Gertrud«- Wilson
is one of the primary teacher* hi the
Medford schools Claude Holt. the «nil«
voung man of the class, <li««l la*t July.
Can furnish anythins
in this line handled on
the Coast. Orders for
fine goods a specialty
Seven graduates of tin- S. O. S. N S
Beginning with the intersection of tin- spent one year at Chico State Nonmil
center of California street with the center and receive»! California diplomas, and
of Jackson creek, thence up the center of three of the S. O. S. N. S graduat« * took
that stream to the first fork, thence up the same ad vantages at San )«>*«-.
the center of that fork to Cantral Gulch,
Mis* Case ha* Marled her ela**< * in
thence up center of that gulch to tin- 1« ft
ham! fork, thence up center of that fork physical culture in th«- new gymnasium
to intersection of section lines between building.
4 Iso agent for the
sections 2t» ami 27. tp 37 s. r 3 w, thence
south to quarter section corner between
NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE
sections 10 and II, tp 3B s, r.'t w, thence
Terminated with uii uglv cut on th«-
east to township line at quarter section leg of J. B. (truer. Franklin (¡rove. 111.
corner section 12. tp 3N s. r 3 w. thence . It «level <>p«<l a stublsirn ulcer unvielding
south to SW corner section 19. tp 3S s.r2 to doctors and remedies for four years.
w, thence east to SE corner *ection 20, Then Buckleft's Arnica Salve cure«! It's
tp 38 s. r 2 w, thence north to corner of just as good f«»r Burns, Scalds, Skin
sections 4. 5. S and 9, tp38 s. r 2 w. then Eruptions and Piles. .•v at City 1 >rug
east to Griffin creek, thence northerly Store.
along wesl bank of san! stream to it* in
tersection with the stage roa«l leading
Geo E. R« \ Tiolils, who is conducting
from Jacksonville to Ashland, th- nee on ' a cattle ranch belonging to Wm. Bybee
said r<«a«l and on California street in the near Wimer, gome to Jacksonville Tltur*-
town of Jacksonville to the place of le ‘ day with a band of cattle. He starts
: back to'lav.but having busin« ss to attend
'enroute, will not get home until to
Real listate Dealer
Beginning at the same point a* in ihe morrow.
south precinct, thence along center of I Wedding stationery, the latest out, nt
Jackson creek to first fork, thence up 1 the Sentinel offict
center of right fork to Cantral Gulch, up
I ll.tve in |||y hauls at tip- present time a laig«- 1111111-
Dr. Williani'on, who ha* liven assist
center of thi* gulch to left fork, up cen
ter of this fork to line between sections
her of Bargains in HARM, ERl’IT and < .ARDEN
2H ami 27. tp 37 s. r 3 w. thence north to for he t n or fifteen vear», ha* resign« «I
corner between sections 14 am! 15. tp 37 his position to take effect on the 15th.
LANDS, <«tt<i TOWN PROPERTY, of which tile
s. r 3 w, thence to Griffin creek at a point The 1 >«K‘t >r has I h .tight into the Port-
following is a partial lisi.
in section 15, tp 37 s, r 2 w, thence up lam! Sanitarium
Griffin creek along west bank to stage
There i* a rumor on the ■ i street* of
rea No. fl An RO ii < re farm seven miles
road, thence alo: g *aid r«»ad and Califur- Sab m that ex-Gov. Geer ami Walter No. I
I I.von the governors urivat«- sccretarx
Rogu« River bottom land, all fence«!,
nia street to place of beginning.
from railroad, level lami, gissi *«>il, l.i
g«>od hotiM-. barn ami other building*,
while in the execuitive chair.
chair, will as
ai r«-* clear«->l ami fence«!. 2«« act«-* ill
flic balance, about 250 acre*, good for
sume control <-f th«- Oregon Statesman.
rvm.tindvr «-.««ily cl«-nrt-d.
Mrs. B. W. Evans. Clearwater, Kan , Salem, abont the first of the vear.
tiinlier ami |xi*ture. Till* place i* sit
Dwelling Imus« well finislii-d cost <■«
writes: ‘'My husband lay sick for thr» e
uated on Rogue River, mar town.
er #5(ML Bearing orchard; (inc well
Sheriff Joseph Rader, together with his
Tin- lam! I* «>( firn- «pialitv. Pric, tx-r
months The doctors said he ha«i quick brother. John Rader, Wm. I'kich an«!
ami spring*; is sub irrigai«-«!, mid can
consumption. We pr cured a Ixittie of other Rutie Creek cattlemen, thi* wreck
lx- marie one of ili«- la-st small (arm* «•(
Brllard’* Horehoumi Sy rup, ami ii cured •leliv« re«l ««ver 400 bead of l eef cattle to No. 2
12!M> acre* good alfalfa laml. a stream
him. That was six years ago.
Since Frank Kerbv, a 1 uyer for the Sin Fran-
resident who will
running tnrough it of 150 miner*'
then we have always kept a bottle in the | <-isco market. The cattle were tn prim«
<lcr to sell quick.
inch« * of w «ter with which the wliol«
house. We cannot <io with it.
For eoudition and brought the top price*.
1200 acre* can lx- irrigated. The other No. 33 I•>1. «er« * all in cultivation;
coughs and colds it h <s no equal." 25c,
lioii-c, tairn, etc.. near I’hoenix; will
Tresjxiss notices on doth sent by mail
320 acres i* high« r ground, which is
50c. #l,;00. Sol«i bv Citv Drug Store.
I h - sold all togctli« r or divided.
to any a«’dr«-s* for #1 no a dozen.
well situated for reservoir* ami fee«!
Ashland Normal Notes.
'Dll* tract is situat« <1 in No. 34.
I2oo atre* .ill improve«!
Capt. G. W. Werk. a well known octo
Klamath county. alxait 20 miles from
The new students this we< k are Mary genarian who has live«! for « goo«l many
Fine lx>1 tom land, Rogue Riv« r run
Klamath Falls, a county road running
Ma*sie. Merlin, Josephine county. Verna years at Jacksonville and Central Point,
mug through it, 5(1(1 a« re* under irriga
by it ami a railroad now within alwnit
McKa«. Oakland, Oregon; Harvev Inlow. 1 died at Central Point l ist Sumi «v. Capt.
tloll ami Lilam e easll« w.itirc«!. 1 »• M h |
5o mile* ami building rapnlly towarils
Trail; F orer.ee Reynolds, Santa Ro*a. Werk was a professi >na1 h<>'-< trainer for
building* .«ml other im|irovem<-nts, *ix
it and is <•« rtain to j»«** mar by it, or
mile* from railroad, near |x>*totiicv ami
many years ami wa* known all over the
cross it tn th- mar future. A g<«Ml
. I tue alfalfa, fruit or garden
The entertainment bv th«- elocutionary
tml liarn ami corral* on
I I* the chea|x-st land in Jn< k»«>i<
and music department has been postjnm- He was an eccentric charm ter but well
the plac« . One of tliel«est bargains in
county. Price |x-r a< r«-
informed ami strictly honorable and has
ed o Friday evening of this week.
all South, rn (lo gon. Price |x-r acre
many friends who will mourn his de
Pres. Mulkey went to McMinnville on cease.
Rogue 1 River. Will I h - sold at a bur
Tuesday. He is one of the instructors
nid I lot* hi Phoenix.
See thos«- odd parlor pieces, nothing No. 3
ami lecturers at tlie county institute in
session there this week. On returning nicer for a wedding ora birthday present.
No. 19. '£* i acres, three-fourths of ,t
No. N— .*»5 acres, house and 2 lxirn*. 12
he w ill lecture for the V. W. C. A. at C. W. Conklin’s.
mile from Mvdford. Good garden
Rev. F. G. Strang«- arrive«! in Jack
acres lx»ttom laml. the balance, 43 ac
Albany Saturday evening.
land. « lood I m « x lions«-
sonville Thursday from a short trip to
res, ail g«Mx! laml. *4-mil«- from <le|M»l;
Eugene. Mr*. Strange accompanied her
12 acres under ditch at the h< a«! of th«- KID acres on Applegate river, I '4 mile*!«»
JACKS« IN Vt LL E-APPLEGATE STAC, J
Sihxil, I 'j mile* to More and jx»*toffic«-.
H hskv U’ hs - iit Driver (.eaves Jacksonville husband. as did also their son John who
daily except Sun«iav at 7 a tn arriving at Ap will visit fora f«-w «lays. Rev. and Mrs.
G« hh 1 lion*«-, barn and oth< r building*
plegate at 11 a ni ¡.«rave Applegate at I! I’> ar Strange are now at home in their new No. 10 — 23 acres all fenced am! in
30 acre* umler cultivation, kilancc
riving at Jacksonville at 3 p tn. Closeconnection
cultivation. A house- ami barn, about
timln-r. Fine spring* for gravity water
made with stage to Steamlioat and stage to Kubli home in the Muller pr«»pertv on Calif
5«l fruit tree* just coni'ng into licaring.
ami irrigation. I* the making of a
ornia street. John Strange will leave
miles fronj town. Price
tine fruit or st«x k farm.
th«- first of next w<ek for San Jose, Calif
JACKSONVILLE COPPER MINES STAGE
J onx R W ilson . Driver ¡.«rave* Jacksonville ornia, where he wid la- locaterl in busi No JI—14 5 acres on Butte creek. 25 a«-res
placer and quartz prospect*. Will 1«
at 7 a. ni Mondays Wednesday* and Fridays for ness for some time.
««Id at a bargain.........................................
in cultivation. 25 acres more to put in;
Ruch. Uniontown. Parcel. Watkin* and Joe* Bar.
returning on the following days
all fenced, fair buildings. Jackson No. 40 3'1 acr«*. on a «-reek affording
Judge H. K. Hanna wa nt to (¡rants
county, Oregon. A bargain.
Pass Wednesday afternoon «nd on Thurs
plenty of goo«! water; good soil and
fruit laml. Tlirt-« acre* in alfalfa.
No. 12— 204 acres, all under fence, good
sion of the circuit court of Josephine
go«rtl buildings; near gixnl m h«x>l and
5-r<x>m house, good spring, water con-
county to hear motions ami arguments
other advantages. #1500, om- halt cash
veyed to house by pi|H-, 2 goo«l barns,
in some equily cases which had been
balance on tim<
Isa big bargain.
215 acres of choice laml in cultivation,
laid over from the regular session To
go«wl for all kinds of grain, 30 or 10 No. 41. JOIN) acres of choice land select
day Judge Hanna starts for Klamath
acres would pr«»duce go«»«l alfalfa. This
ed in an early «lav. Will l>e sold in
county, going by wav of the new rail
is one of the best farm* in the vailev,
tracts to suit. Will make a dozen or
road to Pokegama thence to Klamath
2'4 mile* from Phoenix. Price jier
20 fine farms. This is an opportunit«
Falls by stage, and will there hold court
to secure a home in tin- lest |»art I of
lor Judge Benson, that official having
the Rogm- River valh-v.
1>een calle«! awav. Tn«- Judge expects to
I have received this week a
a good house, 2 barns loo acre* in No. 43. I
be absent a week or more.
10 acres of unimproved land.
complete line of the latest
Mr*. Julia (Arthur) Gault, of McMinn
Has some g<H»d fir, pirn ; and oak. Most
Fall and Winter effects in
ville, Grand President of th«- Native No. 15—13 k acre* on Rogm- River, loo
of laml can be easily clear« <1; gO< H i
Daughters of Oregon, arrived in Jack
soil, plenty of water; half a mile from
acre* of as goo«l land as any man could
sonville Wednesday, and that evening
school and church. Six miles f r< in
wish for. No improvements. Thirty
attended a session of Jane Mason McCul
Bylx-«- bridge. Price jier acre
acre* of it could be mad« ready for the
ley, No. 2, th«.- local organization. z\
plow w ith 15 «lays labor.
No. 45.— ()v< r KO acres <»i good alfalfa
large attendance of Native Daughters
I will be pleased to show
land; 50 acres Bear crei-k bottom land
was present to greet th« ir president and No 25— Hou*e and 3 lots in Phoenix, lots
you my goods whether
(10x120 each; good house well finished.
with a larg«- irrigation ditch. Two
sb«-was enthusiastic in her commenda
you buy or not Store
first-class houses, two good barns and
tion of there g«»«»«l condition as an organi No 26- House and 2 lot* in Phoenix, lots
next door to Postoffice.
a fine spring house. Adjoining land sell
zation. After the business session quite
OOx120 feet each.
ing for #200 an acre. Pric« jeracr« $130
a numlier of the Native Sons gatbere'l
at the hall and several hours of genial No. 30 — IK acres well improved. house,
barn and other out buildings; om -half No. 47.—(, ily projK-rlv, 2 acres, fine new
sociability was enjoyed. Mrs. Gault is
in young orchard; near Phoenix.
lion*«-, good well and barn. C.ood land.
on her annual tour of inspection of the
I blocks from central m liool.
Cabins of the state.
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER
MISS E. HOOVER