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About Jacksonville sentinel. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1903-1906 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 25, 1903)
Mrs. 0. Gilbert
N»»t ISxir Io Mrdfortl l'ostoffkc
Ladies' Christmas floods
Large Stock and Fine Sel
ection ofStam/tcd Linens
Embroidery Silks, Lace
Fancy Work, Toilet Art
icles, Chinaware, Japan
ese floods, Hat tenbu rg
and Point Lace Material
Toys and Confections
TMI; PLACE FOR IMF BEST
GOODS AND MOST REASON
SILAS J. DAY
(Hike one blotk south of Courthouse
t NITF.I» STATI S COMMISSIONER
Filing» »ml fumi firool tnnilr on lionievirnd»
nini limlwr cimili» Corrected plats »bowing
all vacant lami»
NOTARY PUBLIC AND CONVEYANCER.
L« gal jxq.rr» ol nil kind» inaile tail Special
nti. niion given Io |>a|*cr» in welt lenient of
ABSTRACTER OF TITLES.
Most complete net ol al>«tract book» in Ihr
county. Almtract» mnite promjitly and »c-
REAL ESTATE ANII INSURANCE
Fine li»t ol country and town property for
»ale and rent.
Warrant» tiought mid »old Collection» tunde
Tam-» paid Rent* collected Prompt reply
to all letters Charge» reasonable
Hon II K. Hanna. judge of 1st judicial di»
trict, and any Jacksonville business man.
Wm Puhi, Prop. •
Three Fine Chairs
Two fine Bathrooms with the
best tubs cleanest towels, etc.
A Homey M «entitle each month helpful
practical and inspiring Full of fancinat-
ing fenturea. Beautifully illustrated. A
$1.00 per year.
10 cents a copy.
A FREE »ample copy to all requesting.
(loot) lloVSKKKItriN«» 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 exdeedlngly lilw-rnl com
missions. It’will pay you to investigate.
A postal card will bring particulars, Write
at once so ns to tie the first in your field.
THE PHELPS PUBLISHING CO
Pacific Coast office,
.Ml Columbian Huilcing. Snn Francisco, Cal.
Frank Hull, the hustling photographer
of Medford, was in Jacksonville Tuesday
delivering photoes and taking order» for
Miss Edith Strange come up Saturday
from Portland, where »he is a student in
I the Portland Academy, to »pend the Holi--
days with her parents, Rev. anti Mr». F.
1 G. Strange.
Kindling W«»»<l—$1.00a load at yard
or delivered. Iowa Lumlier Comptny.
Mi»» Bertha < Irttie returned to her home
at Gold Hill Monday, after having laen
I m Jacksonville for several days visiting
with friends and to attend trie dance giv- '
I en Fridav evening by the Von anti You
The You anti You club gave another one
of their dance» at Orth'» ball, where three
1 hour» were |ja«sed by the young people
j in an enjoyable time
The inttsic was
i furnished by Charle rs Paine anti Donald
- ■ anti was of a high order anil well
You'll lie dis
ted if you do not
set- the picture
Mr. Z. Cameron came in Saturday
; from Applegate to meet his «laughter,
' Miss Corinne, at Medford, sh< having
1 come up that dav from Eugene, where
I she is a student in the State University,
to s|M-n«l the Holidays with the home
Charles Darby, of Griffin Creek, has
been appointed by the Philbrick heirs as
their agent to attend to their farm, known
a» the Judge Crowell place. Mr. Darby
has rented the place for one vear to W.
II. Royce, of Phoenix, for $5(M). This
farm is one of the best in this vicinity and
consists of 2X2 acres, 23 of which 1» to
orchard. 25 to alfalfa anti the balance to
grain land anti to pasture.
Go to the Boss for your candii s, etc.
Plain mixed 10c |>er pound and when you
buy a pound you get it.
success of his orchard is another proof
that the Jacksonville hills are exception
ally well adapted to some varieties of
apples as well as sjiecially adapted to
to grapes, )>eaches and pears. In Spitzen-
burg apples Mr. Linn was credited by
Olwell Bros., who liought his fruit, of
delivering to them the finest of those ap
ples that come from any section of Rogue
River Valley. Mr. I,inn now has IK
acres to orchard and expects to plant 20
acres more next fall. This fall he plant
ed 400 apple trees, Spitzenburgs and New
town». He has 500 trees that are nine
years old that are as thrifty and as proli
fic tiearers as are to tie found in thecoun-
trv. As a further proof that the hill land
of this locality is good fruit land Mr.
Lmn has 120 apple trees that were plant
ed 45 years ago and they are as thrifty
as anv young trees. As these old trees,
which were on the (dace when he bought
the land, are all of unsalable varieties he
will cut most of them down and a few he
will graft with shipping varieties. Mr.
Linn also h is about a 11XI old trees in his
yard at his home in Jacksonville which
will he replace with standard trees. Mr.
Lmn is also grow ing peaches, he having
nearly 300 trees on hi» fruit farm.
$1.50 a Dozen
Finishing my Pic-
In Posing «nd
tvres cannot be excelled.
G. W. MACKEY
Over Miller’s Hardware Store
An optimistic view of that insistent
problem, The Cost of Living, is taken
by Commissioner Carroll C. Wright of
the United States labor bureau and other
writes who discuss it in the January Good |
Housekeeping. Another live issue treat
er! m the same magazine is the divorce
Racydes, Ramblers and
peril, the writer being Congressman
Gillett of Massachusetts, who has labored
other standard bicycles.
for year« for the abatement of this nat
i< nal scandal anti reaches interesting
Repairs made to bicycles
conclusions. The current Good House
keeping contains the first group of "Em
sewing machines, guns
ergency stories” entered in its jditmi con
and all kinds of small
test, literally true tales of engrossing in
terest. Other notable features are an il
lustrated account of the home life of
Lilian Bell, by Isabel Gordon Curtis;
Congressional Champions of the Home,;
by Henry D. F. Macfarland.commission
er of the District of Columbia; humorous
«ketches by Jennette Lee, the novelist, MEDFORD,
anti Mattel DeCoster; a description of a
pretty house which was built for $1500;a
new department. Handicraft, and th«- us
nal rich abundance of cooking and other
Professional Carpet Weaver
Ten cents a copy, one dollar a year.
Has a new Flying Shuttle Loom
The Phelps Publishing Co, Springfield,
and i» prepared to do stridi ly first-
Mass, New York, Chicago.
Mrs. A. L. PEACHEY
There is to lie a New Years ball at Rm b
on Friday evening of next week, to l»e
given by C. M Ruch, at Ins hall. Among
the young jieople of Appleg.de and Jack'
sonville it is known that a jolly time is
always to lie had at the dances given by
class work on carpets and tf rugs
Mr. Ruch and this New Years ball will
la- 11 p to the atandartl. The tickets for
For the sympathy expressed and the EAGLE POINT
the oance and supper will be $1.50 and
horses will be stained for 25 cents.
press mv heartfelt thanks to all those
1 Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Hafer moved to who assisted at the funeral of my brother,
Medford Tuesday, where they will here the late H. H. Blech« r
after reside. Their change of residence
J ohanna B lecher .
I was made necessary bv Mr. Hafer living
i the local manager for the Iowa Lntnlter
1 \ Box Company an«! as his company
Real Estate Activities
Wr/J conduct a gene-
1 have moved their headquarters to Med-
rat Blacksmith busi
. ford, it became necessary for him to move Jno Con wav to S Sherman; prop in
to that place also. Mr. and Mrs. Hafer
have made many friends in Jacksonville Jas A Slover to Alta Weston; lots
1 a ho regret their departure, yet wish them
I. 3. sec 25, lot 2 and sw *4 of se
, well in their new home.
'¿sec 2*i tp 35 s, 3 w.......................
One <»f the l»est selection« of millinery Alta Weston and hush to Clara
Ellen Cappock: same.....................
goods to Is- seen iti Medford is at the
»tore of Maud E. Wilson & Co. in Med- Alexander Kyle to II D Presste;
river lot 3 sec 17 tp 30 s, r 3 w...
fot 1 on F street west of the S. P. de]x»t
I ami 'ter prices are satisfactory to custo- Anna B Heckarthorn to I) W and
Ed Pence; s Vj of nw % and ne
*4 of nw J/ and nw J* of ne ’4
II. C. Maury was one of the progressive
20 tp 33 s. r 1 e........................ -
far men who attended the institute Satur
day and lie expressed himself as well paid Alex McLeod et ux to E L Stain;
for the «lav bv the many helpful ideas
that hr gained from the addresses and E I. Stain to B R Stevens; prop
Granite st Ashland..........................
I discussions that were had.
states that his father, Col. R. F. Maury,
prop in Ashland...............................
was seriously ill some time since but that
lie is now feeling very well for a man of
Coughing Spell Caused Death.
Downing; bond for a deed, pro]»
r his years and that he is now able to be
Duckwell, aged 25 years,
about the I10 ise. Col. Maurv is a Mexic
choked to death early yesterday niorn-
an War veteran and a pioneer of Oregon Rosanna Cole to Alfred A Gillette;
250 ing at his home, in the presence of his
prop sec 22 tp36 s, r.3 w...............
of IM53. As with other fanners along
wife and child. He contracted a slight
Daisv creek and Griffin creek. Mr. Maury
and Selina Richter; prop sec 24
cold a few day ago and paid but little at
has had his share of creek trouble, which
1 tention to it. Yesterday morning he
tp 37 s. r 2 w.................................
lie is now preparing to bring to an end.
was seized with a fit of coughing which
Daisy creek runs through his farm ami it W H and Josie Simmons to Wm
Angle; lot 2 bik 22. Medford.......
continued for some time. His wife sent
has lieen changing its channel every few
for a physician but before he could arrive,
, years, and to confine it to the same chan Mary E Fielder to A W Beebe;
prop tp 37 s, r 2 w.......................... :tooo another coughing spell came on and
nel he is now having a deep ditch
Duck well «lied from suffocation.—St.
«lug through his land, similar in size to Amanda C Moyer and hush to Jno
G Norton; prop Jackson co......... 1200, Louis Globe-Democrat, Dec. 1, 1901."
the tine that is the artificial channel for
Ballard’s Horehound Syrup would have
Daisy crtjek through the Thomas, Ish and A I) Helman toO R Buckman; prop
150 saved him. 25c, 50c and $1.00. Sold by
tp 3!) a, r 1 e......................................
Ross farms, his ditch connecting with the
City Drug Store.
Ross ditch. It is quite an expensive | Win J Schmidt et ux to Oscar R
undertaking, but it will more than repay | Buckman; proptp 39 s. v I e.......
Why worry with that old wornout mach
the expense in the land gained by having W P Hammon et ux to A H Fisher;
ine when a small monthly outlay will put
a straight channel for the creek and the
in its place the best, lightest running
Martha A and A P Talent to Wel
saving of loss by floods.
120 machine made. The payments are made
born Beeson; prop in Talent........
to suit all. C. W. Conklin.
David Linn, the pioneer saw mill man Wellborn Beeson et ux to Edward
E and L K Moffitt; prop in Tal
ami furniture manufacturer of Rogue
Our new Fall patterns are ready for
River valley, in giving up those vocations
your inspection. Measurements tak
several years ago turned his attention to Geo P Lindley et ux to W H Brad
en. Fit guaranteed or no acceptance.
shaw; prop tp 37 s, r 1 w...............
fruit raising and he is making quite as
much of a success of this venture as he C Vroman et ux to 1 E Ross; lots 7
T. C. Norris is on deck for the Christ
and H blk 32 Gold Hill.................
did of his former undertakings. Mr.
inas trade with an enlarged stock all
Linn has his orchard on a tract of land W R Newman et ux to John El-
around and will quote prices to meet any
wegan; lot 0 blk 4 cottage add
that he owns on Jackson creek mile ami
a quarter west of Jacksonville ant! the
CHAS. H. BASYE
Wagon and Plow Work,
Horseshoeing and Ma
chinery a Specialty.