Jacksonville sentinel. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1903-1906, November 27, 1903, Image 5

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“Because I I ova you.”
Mrs Pauline Hine« went to Applegate
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A company of amateur» comix>M-d of Thursdav morning by Wendt'» stage to
well known Ashland people held forth at »|x-ml Thanksgiving with her son Wm.
the I’. S. Hal) last Tuesday night, pre Johnson and Mr*. Johnson.
M'litmg the old ami always delightful , Rev. Sanford Snyder goes to Ashland
drama “Because I Love you,” in a man- ; today where this evening he will deliver
tier that drew forth frequent and enthii a lecture la-fore the temperance league of
mastic applause.
Mr Edgar Graham that citv on, “Seven Objections to Pro­
who managed the presentation and who hibition.”
is a pr<dc»sioiial actor, had shown excel­
L. L. Mulit, assistant cashier in the
lent judgment in his assignin' nt of pari»
to the |x-t«oiinel of hi» player». M i » m - m First National bank, of Ashland, and J.
Blanche Logan and Cora Johnson, Mr». Fenton, of the Ashland Iron works, were
W. H Birtges, Messrs. Neil, Watson, in Jacksonville Tuesday night to attend
Parsons, Evans, Ogg and Dr. Burnett the jx-if »rm a nee at the Opera house.
have assisted in »miliar |x-rform incr* al Fenton remained over Wednesday
Ashland before. Miss George »nil E. T. business matters.
Staples in this play made their initial ap
Owen Keegan, the veteran court liouse
jx-arance as histrionic adepts, but »u» janitor, has hern confined to his home
tallied their part» hi a manner fur from this week by a severe cold. He is now
amateurish, while the others but main somewhat improved and will be able to
tamed their well known reputation, and resume his duties at the court house in a
enabled the Jacksonville |x-ople to pass few day«. During Mr. Keig.in's absence
a most enjoyable '-veiling.
Mi-.s Hilt) the court house work is liettig attended
Also agent for the
ami Monte Briggs elicited a hearty and to in good shajM- by bis sou, Chris Kee­
merited encore iiv their descriptive duet. gan.
NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE
Considering the fact that the players are
Mr.
and
Mrs.
William
Johnson
of
all busy tieoplc and that only five re­
hearsals had preceded the |»eriormance Humbug creek were in Jacksonville
it was one of rare merit. The young Monday purchasing supplies of the mer­
|x-ople expresx-d tht-nis lve» as highly chants ami making a brief visit with Mr.
pleased with the large attendance Johnson«'» mother Mrs. Pauline Hirns.
ami the appreciative attention accorded Mr Johnson i» one of the m inv farmers
them. Following was the cast of i liar of Jackson county who i» making money
from Ills farm. He has a tine bund
acters:
of cuttie and In- is also getting into the
Imogene Courtleigh, willful, wayward,
fruit business and from hi» voting orch­
and wealthy.................. Ague» E. George ard lie sold over 500 Ixixe» of apples this
Ginger, a gy|x«y waif.........Blanch I. gall fall. To add to hi» already large income
Nam e Tyson, her sup|x>s d mother
lie has a gold mine on his land which is
.................................... Mrs, W. H Bartges worked each season under a lease by
Prudense Freehcart, a |xx»r relation...
miners.
Real Estate Dealer
........................................... Cora M Johnson
Chanilierlain'» Stomach ami Liver T ib
Horace Verner, an artist and accident­
PHOENIX,
-
-
-
OREGON
ally a married man..... Wm. E. Graham lets and live« mmg a favorite for
troubles and constipation. For
Dmk Potts, his c I iuiii ami id cidetitallv
I have in my hand» at the present time a large num­
m love with Ginger.................. Fred Neil I City Drugstore.
The
j In-social
social given last Friday evening
ira Courtleigh, Imogene's guardian.....
ber of Bargains in farm fruit and garden
....... ........
Geo. T. Watson by the Ladies Aid Societv of the Method ­
list church in the Rian building was a
LANDS, and TOWN PROPERTY, of which the
Buck Tyson, a gypsy tinker.....................
......................................... Dr. R. T. Burnett | success financially ami socially. The at
following is a partial list.
t'-ndance was quite large considering
Elmer Van Sittert, an atiglomaniac
New Yorker........ . ................. Fred Parson that the weather was very inclement an '
it was a most enjoy able gathering.
A* No. I—Is 550 acres more or les», 300 acres So. 31—An 80 acre farm seven miles
M >'or Duffy, conntv clerk ami Confed
Rogu« River bottom land, ail fenced,
from railroad, level land, good soil, 15
erate veteran... ....... Edwaril T. Staple« nearly all tin- supplies were donated and
good house, barn and other buildings.
Mr. Rian generously gave the ladies the
acres cleared and fenced, 2d acres in
Squire Ripley, a Virginia landlord...
The balance, alxiut 250 acres, good for
pasture,
remainder easily cleared.
... II S l.v.ins free use of hit h ill the receipts were
timber and pasture. This place is sit­
near1)’all char profit and the society was
Lige, h genti' man of cylor.......................
Dwelling house well finished, cost ov­
uated on Rogue River, near town.
er £500. Bearing orchard; fine well
............. George E. <>gg able to arid $25..50 to its treasury. This
Tin- land is of fine quality. Price j>er
now enables tile societv to meet ii*
and springs; is sub-irrigated, and can
acre............................................................ $25
pledge of $25 which it marie to the build­
lx- made one of the best small farms of
bates to Remember.
No.
2
—
Is
a
tract
of
1520
icri
s,
all
fenced,
ing
fund
for
the
new
narn
on
the
M.
E.
Jackson
county, Is owned by a non-
Monday, Dec II — iJeeemlicr term of
1200 acres good alfalfa land; a stream
Rev. Snyder has
resident who will give a bargain in or-
circuit court for Jackson county convene» parsonage ground».
running through it of 150 miners’
Ix-stirred himself until the other portion
der to sell quick.
at Jacksonville.
inch«» of water with which the whole
of
the
debt
incurred
h
is
Ix-en
reduced
to
Saturday, Die. I!*—Farmer« institute at
J2O0 acres can lx- irrigated. The other No. 33—15*2 acres, all in cultivation;
Jacksonville under auspice» of Jai k- $114 ami he hofies sixm to lx? able to jxiy
house, barn, etc., near Phoenix;
__ ,___
will
320
acres is high) r ground, which is
that
off.
sotiville Ixiard of trade with forrnoon,
be
sold
all
together
or
divided.
well
situated
for
reservoirs
ami
feed
Our new Fall patterns are ready Tor
afternoon and evening session« con
grounds
This tract is situat'd in No. 34. — 1200 acres all improved.
du. ted by professor» from the <»r>gon your inspection. Measurements tak­
Klamath county, alxaut 20 miles from
Fine bottom land, Rogue River run­
en.
Fit
guaranteed
or
no
acceptance.
State Agricultural College.
Klamath Falls, a county road running
ning through it; 500 acres under irriga­
Nunan-Taylor Co.
Friday. I»ec. IK.— Delinquent tax sale
by it and a railroad now within about
tion and balance easily watered. Good
for Jackson county at court house in George McCune hu» resigned his position
50 mile» ami building rapidly towards
buildings and other improvements; six
Jacksonville.
as clerk in the jxot office and will next
it and is certain to pass near by it, or
miles from railroad; near postoffice and
Friday, l>ec. IM—Good Roads Conven­ Monday resume his position in Jas. M.
cross it in the near future. A g>xxl
school.
Fine alfalfa, fruit or garden
tion at Jacksonville at 7.3*1 p. tn.
Cronemiller's store Geurge is one of
farm house and barn and corrals on
land. Is the cheapest land in Jackson
Wednesday, Dec. 4th.,— Annual election the most accounmxlating young men of
the place. One of the lx-st bargains in
county. Price per acre.................... ..$30
of officers for Warren Lodge No. 10. A. Jacksonville and the patronsof the post­
all Southern Oregon. Price per acre
F. an>l A. M.
No.
36—17 43 acres of pasture land on
office as well asthoseof Mr. Croncmiller's
................................................................... $10.
Monday, I tec. 21 at..— Special seMioii of store have a kind word for him
Rogue River. Will be sold at a bar­
Post­
Oregon legislature will convene.
gain.
master Miller ha» secured William Mur­ No. 3 — House and 4 lots in I’hoCnix.
Price...................................... „.............. $600
phy. a son of J C. Murphy, to assist him
No. 39.— 2‘i acres, tliree-fourths of a
Go to the Boss for your candies, etc. hi the post office and he began work
No. a- .55 acres, house and 2 liarns. 12
mile from Medford. Good garden
Plain mixed IHc |>er (Miundand when you Monday. William is a Jacksonville boy
acres Ixittotn land, the balance, 43 ac­
land. Good box house.................... $350
buy a pound you get it.
but for the past year and a half he has
res, all g«x>d land, ■*-mile from depot;
100
acres on Applegate river, IX miles to
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Lyons spent tx-en resiiling in Ashland where he was a
12 acres under ditch at the head of the
School, 1 ' . miles to store and postoffice.
Thanksgiving on Forest creek with Mrs. clerking in the store of Duel it Hobbs.
ditch. Price..................................... $5000
Good house, barn and other buildings.
Lyons’ parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bostwick. He is a bright, energetic bov ami there is
No. 10 — 23 acres all fenced and in
30 acres under cultivation, balance
little
lik
iho'xl
that
the
patrons
of
the
M. Bellinger one of the hustling real
cultivation. A house and barn, alxiut
timber. Fine springs for gravity water
post
office
will
ever
find
him
remiss
in
his
estate men of Medford was in Jackson­
50 fruit trees just coming into bearing.
and irrigation. Is the making of a
duties,
llarrv
Thrasher,
at
present
em
­
ville Wednesday with a party of home­
IS miles from town. Price....... $1,000.
fine fruit or stock farm.
Has good
ployed by Mr. Cronemiller will stay with
seekers from \\ iscotisin.
placer and quartz prospects. Will be
him until the fir«t of January when he No.ll—145 acres on Butte creek. 25 acres
sold at a bargain...........................................
may again enter school ami complete his
in cultivation, 2.5 acres more to put in;
education.
During
the
coming
month
all fenced* fair buildings, Jackson No. 40—30 acres, on a creek affording
S. P. R. R. TIME CARD
Mr. and Mrs. Cronemiller tnav take a
county, Oregon. A bargain.
plenty of good water; good soil and
North II ltd trip to San Francisco for a short time.
South 14" nd
fine fruit land. Three acres in alfalfa;
Station»
Train».
No. 12—204 acres, all under fence, good
Train*.
good buildings; near good school and
5-room
house,
good
spring,
water
con
­
Candy.
No 12 No 1«
No 15 No 11
other advantages. £1500. one-half cash
veyed to house by pipe, 2 good barns,
The
largest
assortment
ever in Jackson
balance on time. Is a big bargain.
pm
a tn
21.5 acres of choice land in cultivation,
» in
7:45 ville.
Hand made and factory made
< HO
s :ic l.v. ..Portland............. Ar.
good
for
all
kinds
of
grain,
30
or
40
No. 41.— 1000 acres of choice land select­
5.10 The Model, Max Muller's old stand.
4 34
....Salem
IH«|
acres would produce good alfalfa. This
ed in an early day. Will be sold in
is one of the best farms in the valley,
tracts to suit. Will make a dozen or
A
Runaway
Bicycle,
3.1»;
I to
.......... Albany...
II **>
2'i miles from Phoenix. Price per
20 fine farms. This is an opportunity
Terminated with an ugly cut on the
acre............................................................ $35
to secure a home in the best part of
it in
leg
of
J.
B.
Omer,
Franklin
Grove,
Ill.
I 12
. .. Eugene
the Rogue River valley.
i r>
It developed a stubborn ulcer unyielding No. 14 — 400 acres, 4» miles from Medford,
p 111 to doctors and remedies for four years.
u tn
a gixxl house. 2 liarns 100 acres in No. 43.— 10 acres of unimproved land.
11 1.5
io io
...Roar burg
cultivation Phoenix.
Then Bucklen’s Arnica Salve cured. It's
Has some good fir, pine and oak. Most
li 15
5:2.5
....... tiranta Pa»».
just
as
good
for
Burns,
Scalds,
Skin
I
.Hl
5
.30
Gold Hill.......
of land can be easily cleared; good
No.
15
—
138
acres
on
Rogue
River,
11M)
501 Eruptions and Piles.
I 29
....... Central Point
25c, at City Drug
soil, plenty of water; half a mile from
acres of as good land as any man could
4 52
I 19
....... Medlord . ..........
Store.
school and church. Six miles from
wish for. No improvements. Thirty
Bybee bridge. Price per acre
..$10.
H 111
acres of it could 1>e made ready for the
I II
Reduced Rales.
...Phoenix ...
12 02
112»
plow
with
1.5
days
labor.
Price
..$500
4:31'
...Talent........
12 12
11 . IK
No. 45.— Over 80 acres of good alfalfa
The Southern Pacific Company will sell
No 25 —House and 3 lots in Phoenix, lots
land; 50 acres Bear creek bottom land
tickets
at
one
and
one-third
fare
for
the
p tn
00x120 each; good house well finished.
3 3.5
I 21
with a large irrigation ditch. Two
Ashland
12:55
12:i5
round
trip
between
all
points
on
its
Ore
­
12 20
12:03
Monti'gue
4 2»
I 25
first-class houses, two good barns and
gon lines, account Thanksgiving day. No 26— House and 2 lots in Phoenix, lots
a fine spring house. Adjoining land sell­
p 111
a. tn
Tickets will lie sold on November 25 and
00x120 feet each.
p til
n in
II <0
ing for $200 an acre. Price per acre $130
5 10 ............ Sacramento............. 10:50
•V10
20.
anil
will
be
limited
for
return
to
the
H:0.’>
Sun Francisco. f,v 24 22
30—18 acres well improved, house,
7 .55 Ar
M; 55
27th. All persons wishing to take ad­ No.
barn and other out buildings; one-half No. 47.— City property, 2 acres, fine new
rickets sold to all point* in the United States
vantage of this reduction can secure tick­
house, good well and barn. Good land,
in young orchard; near Phoenix.
Strepimi ear reservations mude on application. ets from the nearest Southern
Pacific
Freight hoime open» at * « »»»
al J 20
4 blocks from central school........ $750.
Price
..................................................
$1200.
|
agent, on dates mentioned.
p
W. V. LIPPINCOTT, Agent.
Furniture
Can furnish anything
in this line handled on
the Coast. Orders for
fine goods a specialty.
C. W. CONKLIN
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER
MATT CALHOUN
,