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About Jacksonville sentinel. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1903-1906 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 18, 1903)
Mrs. 0. Gilbert
Next IkH.r to Medford Pu»toHkc
Mr. anil Mrs. Jesse Houck, of Ashland
are spending a few days this week in
, Jacksonville mid while here are guests of
Judge and Mrs. Hanna.
J. G. Smith, w ho has east of Medford
, one of the lw»t kept small farms in Jack-
son county, was hi Jacksonville Tuesday
I to have some horses shod bv Chas Fame.
Clyde Payne, professor in the Ashland
Normal and Miss Gertrude McCallen
drove down from Ashland last Sunday
and visited during the day with Dr. and
Mrs. R. G. Gale and other friends.
PR (Hili AM
II. I<l III
Sahirday, Dec. 19
Address of Welcome
H on W m . M. V olvic .,
D r . J as . W itiivcomhe .
Director Oregon Agricultural
Feeding the D.i.ry Cow...............
Ladies' Christmas Goods
Large Stock and Fine Sel
ection ofStarnjK'd Linens
Embroidery Silks, Lace
Fancy Work, Toilet Art
icles, Chinaware. Japan
ese Goods, Battenburg
and Point Lace Material
Tors and Confections
\V. M. Schelde. one of the many pro
gressive farmers of Griffin creek was in
, Jacksonville, Tuesday. Mr. Scheble is
' a strong believer in the value of farmer's
• institutes, having attended them in the
East, and lie is doing all he can for the
success of the institute to lie held tn Jack
I’Kol I 1. K I S I
' sonville this Saturday, and he states that
Dairy Instructor O. A C.
■ nearly every farm home on Grittin creek
will lx- represented at the institute, by
Possibilities of Dair.ing in
Ixith the farmers and their wives.
the Rogue River Valiev.........
Hox. J \v B aiun
Ira Dodge a fruit-grower *>f Woodville
State Dairv and Food Com
vicinity was in Jacksonville Monday on
business at the court house and to m.lke
a short visit with his niece, Mrs. E E.
The Future of the Stock In
Washburn. Mr. Dodge is a strong is a
rltiMtrv in the Rogue River
strong advocate of tile adoption at the
next election of the law prohibiting hogs
H on . Mll.l-.s CANTRALL.
running at large in Jackson county. Mr.
Rep. in Or* gon Legislatur«.
Dodge contends that the extra cost of
I logs for Profit ...........................
THE PLACE FOR THE BEST fencing to the farmers to keep th«- hogs
S. w. bo\ it.
GOODS AND MOST REASON
value of all the feed that the hog* can se
D r . J ames W ithvcombe .
cure on the range except it may lx- to
stnall ranches back in the f*x»l hills. In
Allrnuvit, I < Pt kN It.
the thickly settled |x>rtions of the couu
of Inter, »t» of Rad
tv Mr. Dodge holds that to fence against
road* and Farmer*...................
the hogs on the highways cost more to I
H. E. Lot NSH1HV,
the farmers than the hog* are worth.
Of the Southern Pacific Co.
>Jr. Dodge propose* to gel up a jh tition
ami secure the necessarx signer* ami
asking the county court to place the hog
P rof . A. B. C okhli . y ,
Office one block south of Courthouse
question upon the ballot to lx- voted on
Entomologist, O. A. C.
at the general election next June.
Adaptability to Fruit of the
Hill Land* of the Rogue
Each strawberry season there has been
a big scarcity of local grown strawlx-r-
UNITED STATES COMMISSIONER
J. 11. Sii-.wmr
ries in the Jacksonville market and the
Filing* and final proof made on homesteads
and timber claims. Corrected plat» showing
bulk of the Ixrrries sold here were from
of Home Life
all vacant land».
Ashland. California and the Willamette
on the Farm ..............................
NOTARY PUBLIC AND CONVEYANCER
Valley. This famine was not caused by
M rs . J. C. P endleton .
Legal paper» of all kind» made out Special
the fact that strawberries could not lx-
Assimilation of Nitrog.-n bv
attention given to paper» in settlement of
grow n in this vicinity but because no
one would make the effort to grow-them,
P rof . A. 1. K nisei .v.
ABSTRACTER of titles .
for in iio section of the Pacific Coast do
Chemist, O. A. C.
Most complete set of abstract books in the
straw berries grow more tnriftv and are
county. Abstracts made promptly and ac-
Farmer. Shall He
more prolific than about Jacksonville.
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
P rof . E. E. W ashburn .
m ide big money from their strawberry
Fine list of country and town property for
Jacksonville High School.
patches and there is a prospect that the,
sale and rent.
Grape Industry in Rogue
Warrants bought and sold. Colletti ns made
How. A H. C a BSQW
Taxes paid. Rents collected. Prom 3 reply ! become an exporting point for tho-e de-
to all letters. Charges reasonable.
I licious berries. Mr. P. Applegate who
Commission* r 3rd Dist., Slate
has some fine lx-rry land adjoining his
Board of Horticulture.
i home in the south part of town will arid
Is it Profiunble for Farmers to
' strawlxrrry raising to the other ventures
put Money into Good Road-?
Hon. H K Hanna, judge of 1st judicial di»* that he and his sons have in hand and
W. H. G o R h .
trict. and any Jacksonville business man.
i this fall they have set out
Is it Profitable for the Town
i and next fall they expect to set out as
Citizen* to put Money into
many more, The plants are of the beat
varieties and ate making a fine growth
Gus N ewhi ry .
and they will bear quite a crop of berries
i this spring.
Evrnliyj, /: mi o’ckx it.
Mrs. H. D. Ridinger from Willow
Stine Rural S'liool Problem»
Springs has lx-en in Jacksonville s* veral
P rof . A. B. C ordlev .
days this week on a visit to her mother
Oregon Agricultural Col
Mrs. R. M. McDonough, Of happeli-
lege and its Work,( Illustrât-
ings at Willow Springs Mrs. Ridinger
Three Fine Chairs
e<l bv stere* ptican views.).......
states that a literary society was organ-
P rof . F. L. K ent .
ized there some time ago with Barton Mc
Donough president and Miss Christina
N. B. Programs for morning,
. MacTavish secretary. The society meets
afternoon ami evening sessions
Saturday evening in the Willow
will commence promptly at the
Two fine Bathrooms with the each
Springs school house and a large attend
hours fixer!, inorder that ample
time may be had for the exercis
best tubs cleanest towels, etc. ance is had. Fine programs are carried
out, deflates on the principal questions
of the dav luring the leading features
with musical and literary exercise» to
All Sessions Held in
arid variety to the evening's entertain
V. S. HALL.
ment. The Willow- Springs school being
in need of apparatus the teacher Miss
MacTavish got up a box social which was
A Homey Magazine—each month helpful
held at the school last Saturday evening.
practical and inspiring Full of fascinat
ing features. Beautifully llustrated. A
The house was crowded with a jolly lot
as follows next Sabbath: Sun
of people and a delightful time was had
$1.00 per year. 10 cents a copy. by all. It was also a decided success fin day School at 10 a. tn. C. E. meeting at
G:li()p. m. Public Worship at II a. tn.
A FREE sample copy to all re piesting.
ancially for so spirited was the bidding
for the boxes that #31.75 was placed in and 7:30 p. in. Sermon Subjects: “A
larger Christ" and “A World wide pict
the credit of the school.
ure of jurace.” Christmas topic Come and
Worship with us.
Fight Will Be Bitter.
SILAS J. DAY
Win. Puhi, Prop
G ood H oisekek I’IN<. wants a subscrip
tion representative in every city and town
in the west To those who will give all or
a portion of their time it offers attractive
work and pays exdeedingly liberal com
missions It will pay you to investigate
A postal card will bring particulars, Write
at once so as to be the first in your field.
THE PHELPS PUBLISHING CO
Pacific Coast Office.
59 Columbian Builcing, San Francisco, Cal.
Those who will persist in closing their
ears against the continual recommenda
tion of Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption, will have a long and bitter
fight with their troubles, if not ended
earlier by fatal termination. Read what
T. R. Beall of Beall, Miss, has to say:
“Last fall my wife had every symptom
She took Dr. King’s
New Discovery after everything else had
failed. Improvement came at once and
four bottles entirely cured her.' Guaran
teed by Druggist. Price 50c, and #1.00
Trial bottle» free.
$1.50 a Dozen
In Posing and Finishing my Pic-
tvres cannot he excelled. Orders
G. W. MACKEY
Over Miller's Hardware Store
Recycles, Ramblers and
nt her standard bicycles.
Repairs made to bicycles
sewing machines, guns
mul all kinds of small
Mrs. A. L. PEACHEY
Professional Carpet Weaver
Ha* a new Hyiiitf Shuttle Loom
attui i* prepared to du Mr irti\ firwt
ria** work on CMip<i» mid rug*
CHAS. H. BASYE
Will conduct a gene
ral Blacksmith busi
CRON EMILLER STAND
Wagon and Plow Work,
Horseshoeing and Ma
chinery a Specialty.
Carload of Barley ami Flour #1.2.5 and
#1.35 per 100 pounds Wasco hard wheat
flour, Portland's lx-st.
Coughing Spell Caused Death.
“Harry Duckwell, aged 25 yearn,
choked to death early yesterday morn
ing at his home, in the presence of his
wife and child. He contracted a slight
cold a few day ago and paid Imt little at
tention to it. Yesterday morning he
was seized with a tit of coughing which
continued for some time. His wife sent
for a physician but befor* lie could arrive,
another coughing sjk -II came on ami
Duck well died from suffocation.—St.
Louis Globe-Democrat. Dec. I,
Ballard's Horehound Syrup would have
Not a minute should be lost when a
saved him. 25c, 5He and #1 .(Ml. Sold by
child shows symptoms of croup, Cliamb-
City Drug Store.
erlain’s Cough Remedy given as soon as
the child liecomes hoarse, or even aft« r
Why worry with that old wornoiit macli
the croupv cough appears, will prevent ine when a small monthly outlay will put
the attack. It never fails, ami is pleasant in its ¡dace the best, lightest running
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to take. For sale by City Drug machine made. The payments are made
to suit all. C. W. Conklin.
Our new Fall pattern* are ready for
The largest assortment ever in Jackson your inspection. Measurements taK-
ville. Hand made and factory made. en. Fit guaranteed or no acceptance.
The Model, Max Muller's old stand.