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About Jacksonville sentinel. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1903-1906 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 4, 1903)
crop* ami market depressions as the
cattle raising, became to tin- Rogue Riv
er Valley and bought a fine tract of land
If volt want to relit a farm or have land within a mile of Sams Valiev post office
i ami he is now getting it into shape to
to rent sec T. C. Norris, Jacksonville.
i inak<- it one of the finest orchards in
Circuit court will la- convened byJudge Jackson countv. He planted 29 acres to
Hanna on Monday, the 14th. S<> far apple* last winter. Id acre» being to
there have lieen but few case* filed ami Spitzenlx.-rg* and Id acres to Ne w towns.
the docket is likely to contain but few He will not plant more until next year
criminal <a»«-s of minor ini|a>rtance and a when according to pre« nt plans he
small list of equity cases.
Nc»t lNx»r to Mr d lord Pottoffkc
will put out Id acre-» more and thereafter :
Go to the Boss for your candiea, etc. increase each year until he gets his orch
Plain mixed Kfc per pound and when you ar«l as large is he desires. As his orch
ard means that in the m ar future he will |
buy a pound you get it.
The M< thodist church has hail the h ive much hauling to do he is taking an
In Posting and Finishing my Pic-
kerosene lamps replaced with gas ami active interest in the g«xxl roads move
tvres cannot be excelled. Orders
io | m - s to -ee a change in the
Ladies' Christmas Goods
now it is one of tin- lx-st lighted edifice«
ill town. Tiler«- la ing no street light at methods of r> ad building in this count«
Large Stock and r inc Sel
the intersection of the streets at the that will lie bett< r results than are now
church, the council is to lx- asked to put had. Mr. Ix»‘»> y, being a progr- ssive
ection <d Stamped Linens
farmer, is taking much interest in the
hi a light. All the other churches and
other public buildings of the town are farmers institute that is to be held in
Over .Miller'* Hardware Store
favored wi'b street lights ami the Meth Jacksonville on Decemlier 19 ami intends
Embroidery Silks, Lace
odist |>eople think thev should have one
attend also. In addition th Mr. Looselv's
Fancy Work, Toilet Art
in front «if their church.
orchard two other Sams Valley farmers
icles, Chinaware, Japan
! While haikitig for presents don't over are going into the fruit btisin- ss. Willi mi
look these handsome rugs. Over 4D dif Hall having planted last winter Hl acres
ese Goods, liattenbiirg
ferent designs. C. W. Conklin's.
of New towns ami Spitz.enlx-rgs and l’hil.
anti ptdnt Lace Material
J. D. Gray, who last year purchased Luscamb having 12 acre* to Spitzenb rgs
th<- Beaver prune orchard <»n the Jack- and B’-n Davis. Other of the farmers of
Toys ant! Confections
sovnille-Medford road, was in Jackson that section ar«- planning to put out
ville Wetlncsd.iy getting a number of orchards ami in tile near future Sam*
Will fiiw! at the
maple am) locust ami fir trees to plant ! Valley, «me of the garden spots of Jack-
about his yard and the roadside. Mr. | son county will be one of t le noted fruit
Grat is i progressive man who in beauti district« of Rogue Riv r Valley.
fying his farm ami be will plant a row of.
IHI: PLACE FOR THE BEST «hade trees by the roadside along the
Store the lx-st of
The largest assortment ever in Jackson
GOODS AND MOST REASON entire front of his farm Mr. Gray has
one of the finest prune orchards in the ville. Hand tn cde and factory made.
| county, but dried fruit no longer sell» The Model, Max Muller's old stami.
for the good prices it didin form- ryears,
canned ami green fruit supplanting it
•ind lie finds that apples are a more profit
able crop. In order to change hi* orch-
’ >r<i without too gr< at a loss of time he
I will plant apple trees in the rows between
the prune trees ami in two or three years
lie will cut out the prune trees and have
Office one block couth of Courlhoune
hand. Cash or easy installments. All
OREGON | an apple orchard almost ready for bea r
mg. <>f the farmers institute to lx: held makes repaired or remodeled anil work
in Jacksonville on December 19th Mr. fully guaranteed. If you need a machine,
states that he is great!« in favor of write us. J. E Huxley, M2 Fourth St.,
UNITED sTATI-.s COMMISSIONER
it for h knows their value to the farm Portland, <In gon.
Ellhi£« «nd fumi proof inadt* on hoinmlrad«
•n<1 11 tn I* i cluimi» Corrected plain »bowing
Head About to Burst From Severe
all Mica 121 land*
When you want a pleasant purgative
NOTARY PURI.IC ANt> CONVEYANCER
try Chamlx-rlain's Stomach and Liver
bilious attack and felt
l.cgal |Mi|»cri»of all kind« made out Special
Tablet«. They are easy to take ami pro like niv h«-a«l was alxiut to burst wh< n I
aiirfition given to papera in aettlemriit ol
duce no nau‘ca. griping or other disagree got hold of a free miii | le < f Chamlx-rlain's
able effect. For sale bv City Drug Store Stomach ami Li v« r Tablets. I took a dore
AllsTRACTEK <IF TITLES
The regular examination of the fd) of them after stipjx r ami the next dav
Moat complete art of almiract t*ook* in the
term lx-gan at the public school Wednes- felt like a new man and have been feel
cminty, Almira* I» made promptly anti ac
«lay of this week and lasted to the close ing hippy ever since,” says Mr. J. W.
REAL ESTATE ANI» INSURANCE
of the week. S veral of the scholars ate Smith of Juliff, Texas. For biliousness,
Racycles, Ramblers and
Fine li*t of country and town projx-rtv for
enjoving a holiday as the result d a new stont ich troubles ami cons*.i|x*tion these
«ale «ml rent
other standard bicycles.
regulation that was adopt’d this year. Tablets have no equal. Price 2.5 cents.-
I'uiler this new plan all scholars who are For sale bv City Drug Store.
U'nrratit« bought and »old Collection»made
credited with in attendance ami punc
Repairs made to bicycles
Faxe» i «i id Re-m» collected Prompt reply
tuality of l*> jx r cent or alxive are ex
tu all ietterà Charge» reaaoitablc
sewing machines, guns
cused from examination in those studies
in which they have received st indings of Mr». John Rodgers a «laughter.
all kinds of small
l*t tier cent or higher in their daily work
Mrs. Nettie Fleming is visiting her
lion If K llimnn judge ol I*»t judicial di* < Inly a few escajieil the entire examina, parents Mr. and Mr». Wm. Jones.
lion but there were quite a number that
trict an<l any J«< kM>nville bucine*»* mali
Geo. Amick retu ned home
were excused from h large portion of Southern California where he has spent
th< tr studies. The a Iv mtage of this the summer, last week.
plan is to place a premium on regular,
The remains of Mrs. Elizabeth Stanley
punctual attendance ami faithful, effi
dud at S un» Valley Friday Nov. 27 MEDFORD,
cient ev« ry «lay work and to make those
who attcml irregularly an«l study in an
aimless manner endure the hard work day.
Rev. Rosser was down from Ashland
| incident to a written examination.
1 Written test« are given frequently dur- Sunday to fill his regular apjiotntment
l p-to-Dnte Shop
| mg the term to assist the teach« r in de- but did not preach owing to the funeral Professional Carpet Weaver
termining the standing and proficiency services of Mrs. Stanley.
Three Fine Chair«
Has a new Flying Shuttle Loom
of the scholar ami these tea's are given
Mrs. Rilev Myers and her son Austin,
and is prepared to do strictly first-
without previous notice and do not ex went to Prospect last Friday upon re
class work on carpets and rugs
ceed the usual length of the recitation ceiving word that Mrs. Myers father, Mr.
as a rule. The school is having a large Cordon had «lied smhlenlv.
Two fine Bathrooms with the i attendance this year and the scholars are
Orion ami Orton McDonald \vho have
i showing much interest in their work liven in the employ of the Iowa Lumber
best tubs cleanest towels, etc. ' The new building ami equipment and i Co.
of Jacksonville the past summer re
pleasant surroundings with nil earnest turned home last week and will spend I
1 corps of teachers have inspire«! the schol the winter with us.
ars to put forth their best efforts
A number of the young people of the
One of the best selections of millinery neighborhood were invited to the home
gooils to be seen in Medford is at the I of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Stacv last Friday
Wi7/ conduct a gene
« Homey Mssacinc each month helpful
fot-1 on F street west of the S. 1‘. depot ! by various games for a few hours.
tiracticaf amt in«pirinx Fit 1 of faschint
itiK featur’-» 11« nutifiilly llii»tratv<l A
and her prices are satisfactory to custo
Misses Ada Hcmlerson ami Lou Brown
i and Monroe Brown went to Jacksonville
$1.00 per year. 10 cents a copy.
to visit their cousin Miss Ada Norris who
A FREE sample copy to alt re pie»ting.
Jacksonville Saturday ami remained over i is seriously ill. Miss Brown remained in
until Sunday on a visit to his daughter, Jacksonville the others returned home.
AGENTS WANTED Alia, who is a student at St. Mary's Acad
Coughing Spell Caused Death.
emy. Mr. Loosely was a former stock •
Duckwell, aged 25 years,
raiser of Klamath, but arriving at the I
Goon H ocsik i . hi ’I ng want* a subscrip
early yesterday morn
tion representative in every city ami town
in the west To those who will give all or
equally as profitable ami not so liable to I ing at his home, in the presence of his
H imrtion of their time it offers attractive
reverses by reason of short grass ami hay wife and child. He contracted a slight
work atxl pays exdeedingly liberal com
cold a few day ago and paid but little at
missions It will pay you to investigate.
tention to it. Yesterday morning he
A postal card will bring particulars, Write
at once « > ns to lie the first in vonr field
was seiz.ed with a fit of coughing which
A grand rafflie for #100 in gobi is to continued for some time. His wife sent
THE PHELPS PUBLISHING CO
take place nt the Banquet saloon on the for a physician but before he could arrive,
Pacific Const Office,
Columbian llnilcing. San Francisco. Cal.
evening <>f December 2-ltli.
The prize another coughing spell came on and
will be divided. #75 going to the winner Duckwell died from suffocation.—St.
and #2.5 to the next best contestant. Louis Globe-Democrat, Dec. 1, 1901.”
AN ILLUSTRATED MAGAZINE
ami Flour #1.25 ami
Tickets range from I cent to #1 each. A
fine turkev supper will be served after saved him. 25c, 50e and fl .00. Sold by fl.35 per 100 pounds. Wasco hard wheat
City Drug Store.
I flour, Portland's l>est.
the raffle, which will be free to all.
Mrs. 0. Gilbert
$1.50 a Dozen
Ü. W. MACKEY
Young People, Old People
and All the People
CHRIS ULRICH à CO
SILAS J. DAY
Stationery, Cigars and To
bacco. Fine Billiard Parlor
repair “” shop
Wm Puhi, Prop
Mrs. A. L. PEACHEY
CHAS. H. BASYE
Wagon and Plow Work,
Horseshoeing and Ma
chinery a Specialty.