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About Jacksonville post. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1906-19?? | View Entire Issue (June 21, 1913)
JACKSONVILLE, JACKSON COUNTY, OREGON, JUNE 21, 1913
» VOL. VII.
Hollis Parks has commenced cutting
LARGE MAP OF GETTYSBURG
THERSEA MARIA PRIM
Messrs. Orth and Miller were just be-
i hind the Meader party, saw »he acci-
A gentleman left Buncom Thursday
1 dent and helped pull those pinned under
Mr. Beekman does not Refuse to morning with 200 little turkeys, which Widow of the Late Judge Prim U. S. Geological Survey will | the car out. Mr. Meader alone suffer Nurserymen will Hold Annual
| he bought in this community and
Sell, Map of Famous Battle ed, being slightly cut on the face and
Died at Chicago Last Week.
shipped to California.
band. The car, a 1913 Overland, was
Mollie Kleinhammer and Icie Luy
Him to Continue.
Daily Business G-owing
called on Dora Saltmarsh Sunday.
and it brought the party back to Med
Mrs. Willie Coppie was at Ruch
ford, badly shaken and disturbed bj
To meet the demand for sn accurate the shock.
Theresa Maria Prim, was born in the
The Medford Sun in its issue of Sunday.
At the same corner earlier in theday Present conditions and future prospects
Thursday quotes a news item from this
Harley Hall and family were the state of Vermont, January 29, 1839, map of Gettysburg and vicinity during
paper, but supplies a head not belong guests of W. L. Barzee and family and with her parents and a company the great memorial celebration which a horse had thrown its rider and in oth of the business of growing fruits in
of pioneers, crossed the plains in 1853, will be held at that historic point be er previous accidents two horses had
ing to the original, viz “C. C. Beek Sunday.
the Pacific Northwest will be fully dis
settling in this valley. Her maiden ginning June 29— 50 years after the been killed.
man Refuses To Quit” which is untrue.
Bill Jennings was on the sick list name was Theresa Maria Stearns. She commencement of the terriffic fight
cussed at the convention of the Ameri-
Mr. Beekman does not refuse to quit; last week.
ican Association of Nurserymen in
was married to P. P. Prim, late jus which sealed the fate of the hitherto
he has been trying to quit for severs!
Portland June 17-21. Between 300 and
tice of the Oregon Supreme Court, at sanguine Confederacy—the United
months but his depositors and old
4(H) delegates will assemble for this
friends are reluctant to remove their
meeting, nearly half of them coming
Mr. Shannon, the forest ranger, ed with her husband and family in this four of its topographic sheets and print
funds to another bank after having
Three churches at Tillamook —the from the states east of the Rocky
transacted business so satisfactorily
Presbyterian, the NJethodist and the
they removed to San Francisco, where 925 square miles, including the Gettys United Brethren —are considering pro Mountains.
and for so many years with him.
A program has been arranged to in
Frank Cameron was in Medford last they continued to reside until the Judg burg battlefield and the adjacent por posals for federation.
clude visits to some of the larger nur
Organi^ition of an association of the series in this vicinity, excursions on
joining portion of Maryland, and is on
Lee Saltmarsh has bought a fine 189».
After the death of her husband, Mrs. the ample scale of 1 mile to an inch. pioneers of Morrow county at the same the Columbia River and other featutis
Prim removed to Chicago where she It shows accurately the size and shapes time that the Morrow county fair ^or calculated to make the convention an
Oren Murphy of Medford was out on lived with her daughter Mrs. Heinz, of the mountains and ridges, and by ganized, is advocated by the Heppner enjoyable occasion for the visiting de’-
By Norman Gage.
until her death last week.
means of contour or elevation lines the Gazette-Times.
John Coffeen and his two nephews
If p’ans made by the State Fair
Art and Harry Coffeen came up from
Harbor, with his family, hasgonesouth Board are carried out, a notable exl i-
Medford to this ranch on Rogue river
bition of livestock and agricultural pr< -
J. F. Crump was in Jacksonville last greatly esteemed by a wide circle of 1 Lee brought his main army in from the on an automobile tour that will extend
friends and acquaintances who sincere West are shown, and the course pur- as far as San Diego, Cal., and is his ducts will be held at Salem September
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Miller of Cen-
29- October 4 inclusive. In addition to
Mrs. 0. C. Buck was a caller at Mrs. ly mourn her death. She is survived s ted by the Army of the Potomac un first outing in six years.
tral Point came out last Monday to
the usual fair exhibits, there will be
visit with their relatives Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cameron’.s last^week.
of this city, and Mrs. Ida May Heinz
band and it should receive the hearty races, horse breaking, shooting con
George Wolf and family attended of Chicago, another daughter, Mrs. El be readily traced. Such familiar bloody
J. B. Hanna of Debenger Gap.
support of our citizens, even if it i tests etc., and in addition to these
Luther Wortman of Debenger Gap the services held at Buncom Sunday.
la L. Nickell, haying died several years Top, the Wheatfield, and tha Peach Or necessary to have an occupation lie events, the Manufacturers’ Association
Lester Finley did trading at Buncom ago.
made a business trip to Medford last
chard are shown in their exact topog ense. A seaside resort without musi will have a place on the program and
will make an elaborate display of the
The funeral was held in this city raphy almost as clearly asf’in a bird’s- is akin to a cemetery.
Ernest Forma» and Harry Luy were Monday afternoon, interment being eye photograph, as is also the ground
Norman Gage af the Debenger Gap
With the advent of warmer weather, products of home industries.
ranch visited Central Point, Jackson visiting Carl Shmidt Saturday and made in the Jacksonville cemetery.
over which Pickett’s division of 18,000 it is reported from Myrtle Point that
The Western Forestry andConserv: -
ville, Medford and Ashland last Friday Sunday.
men, the flower of the South, made its the beggars are coming to town. Th< tion Association has recently issued a
Nellie Culy and Grace Buck started Glendale Bank Robbed of $5290 famous but futile charge—a charge, Enterprise thinks
nks the word must I have bulletin predicting a dry Summer and
however, which accomplished its prob gone broadcasi it that Myrtle Point isen urging the utmost care and vigilance
Dr. E. Kirchgressner of the River for Ashland Tuesday.
able purpose of deterring Meade from joyirg a big wave of prosperity thii in preventing forest files. Already
dale Ranch made a professional trip to
Daisy Whelply is the guest of Mrs.
about 800 men are in the field patr< -
Medford last Saturday.
Glendale, Ore., June 16.—With bu'- following up his victory with a pursuit spring.
lets whizzing around his head as he ran, of Lee’s shattered columns.
J. B. Hanna was a business visitor
The Agnes correspondent of the Gold ing the various public and private Bri
The regular price is 40 cent a copy, Beach Globe assures all patriots that ber holdings nnd more men will be em
Raymond Diamond, a well known resi
in Medford last Saturday and Sunday.
Former Resident Dead
dent of Glendale, fled into the mount but by special authority granted by the at Agnes “it is certain there won’t b< ployed from time to time as the need
Most of the farmers in this section
ains this morning after deliberately Secretary of the Interior it will be de a dull minute from the time the roost occurs. It is estimated that r.earlv
of the country have been cutting their
holding up Assistant Cashier Smith of livered postage free in a mailing tube ers crow on the morning of July 3 til. $1,500,000 will be expended in patrol-
wild hay, which they say “will beat a
Henry Klippel died at Los Angeles,
Glendale State Bank an! securing until July 4, 1913, at 20 cents a copy. after the cows come home on the even ing the forests of Oregon, Washington,
snow bank all hollow anyway.”
Calif. Tuesday. He was the youngest $3290 in cash.
Montana and Idaho.
Remittances should be made to the Di ing of the fifth.”
Visitors at the Debenger Gap ranch son of the late Henry Klippel, a pio
I I The result of a college training is
Diamond, who was personally ac rector, United States Geological Sur
Has the philosopher of the Bandon I
last Thursday evening were, Mr. and neer of this city, and was born here in quainted with Smith leisurely walked vey, Washington, D. C., in cash or mo
Recorder been stung again or is he shown in the egg production of a hen
Mrs. Ed Pence and Bon, Mr. and Mrs. 1877.
into the bank with his rifle across his ney order.
merely working at his trade? Hesays: owned by the Oregon Agricultural Col
Mr. Klippel was a proficient civil en
Jasper Hanna and family, Miss Blanch
arm and asked Smith to examine a new
“We contend that you cannot always lege, which laid 99 eggs in 100 consec
Darby, Dave Pence, Billie Lewis. Clar gineer and has taken part in many im sight just set upon the muzzle. Smith
utive days. This animated egg ma
ence Middlebusher, Perry Foster and portant surveys on the Pacific coast. reached to take the weapon, when Dia ¡Vornan Thrown, Horse Injured tell a villian from the looks of his face. chine is three-quarters White Leghorn
mond turned it upon him and demand
agent who sells you something you do and one-quarter Barret! Plymouth Ro, k
lizabeth Klippel and a sister Miss Allie
ed the money. Before anyone could
and is a descendent of a long line of
Her horse frightened by two racing riot want.”
o f Medford and three brothers.
interfere, he had swept the cash into a automobiles, Mrs. Harry H. Treat was
heavy layers bred at the college experi
The remains were sent to Portland
Wheeler, in Tillamook county, has ment station. It is expected that the
bag and dodged out the door. Smith thrown and badly bruised and the horse
for interment beside those of his late
fired several shots but none took effect probably fatally injured and terribly incorporated, with the following elect results of the season’s experiments in
wife who died a few years ago.
so far as is known. The region herea lacerated by leaping in a barb wire ed as the city government: Mayor, breeding poultry for egg product» n
The electric storms have put our
bout is rough and timbered and the fence Sunday afternoon at the turn of Alex Anderson Jr.; recorder, E. A. will be embodied in a report which wi I
telephone line out twice during this
are working through the pass- the Central Point boulevard at the Brenner; treasurer, William M. Knott; be of much value to,practical prultr. -
marshal, J. F. Bradly; aloermen, John
"My little girl had dysentery very bad. I es.
Snowy Butte orchard.
Dora Cameron was visiting Mrs R. thought she would die. Chambe. Iain’s Colic,
Kampfer, S. Lundburg, G. L. Ma lden,
That the dairy business in Oregon is
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy cured her,
H L. Munsll, E. L. Rector and A. J.
The American Bonding Co. of Balti- party, consisting of Mrs. J. F. Hittson,
growing at a tremendous rate and that
I can truthfully say that I think it is the
Mrs, W. H. Venable was up to the and
best medicine in the world,” writes Mrs. more will go on your „bond and write Miss Delia King, Miss Marie King.
j in value it far exceeds the state s next
Cantrall ranch across the river Sun-. William Orris, Clare, Mich. For sale by burglary insurance.
! largest crop livestock —is the state
Mrs. Grant and Mrs. Seamon, return
D. W.;B agshaw . Agent.
A JUST DECISION
ment of State Dairy and F od Commi' -
ing from a Sunday drive. Mrs, Treat
sioner Micket in a recently issued bul
and Mrs. Hittson were some distance
letin. The value of dairy products for
ahead of the other equestriennes. At
the turn of the road they faced two Whether ir is a Good Law or 1912 was $19,000,000 w hile that of iiv< -
stock was $12,000,000. Prospects for a
racing autos going at afasteiip. Mrs.
j material increase this year are gcod.
Treat’s animal, a mare belonging to
Walter Mundy, became unmanageable,
I According to a statement by State
There is a case in court involving the | Gum(j WHrden Finley> about 3>000 chi.
threw her rider. The animal plungeu
into the barb wire fence, striking heav- interests of a man who has purchased nege pbea3ant8 will be liberated tl. 9
I ily her head against the ground and his home on the installment plan. A"
A* I season in the various counties of tl e
putting a crick into her neck. In her the evidence shows, this man has paid I state, about 151X1 of them going 10
j struggles, the horse was badly cut by about one-quarter of the total purchase Eastern Oregon. In addition to th s
price in installments, and having d - increase of the game resources of Ore-
I the wire and may have to be killed.
Mrs. Treat was not badly injured. faulted on several payments according I gon, about 12,0110,(XX) young trout will
I Mrs. Hittson gave up her horse and to the installment contract, the party I be liberated by the state fish hatche-
' Mrs. Treat rode into the city upon it, selfing the property seeks to oust the I ries.
I while Mrs. Hittson walked. The oth- other fellow, pocket the money he has
received, and in all probability sell the
1 er riders led the injured animal.
Who the speeding autoists were id property again on the same terms.
Shaping Apple Trees
The court holds that before the delin
I not known. —iribupe
quent payer is dispossessed, the equi
ties of the case should be legally estab
In response to inquiries from a White
John Allen Obenchain
lished by foreclosure. That decision Salmon, Wash., fruit grower regard
will appeal to ordinary men as one of ing th • thinning out of apple tree; to
sound justice, whether it shall be up m ti e the best permanent tree without
John Allen Obenchain, a weilknown held as good law or not. And it ought cutting olf next year’s crop, Prof. C.
resident of Butte Falls, disd at that to be good law on the theory that law I. Lewis of the Oregon Agricultural
place Munday June 16.
is intended to subserve justice. For, College write as follows:
Mr. Obenchain was born in the state while it is true that these transactions
“If vou have very large branches to
of Illinois, and at the time of his death are matters of contract between the remove J would wait until another
Was aged 71 years. Funeral services parties, and they are presumed to he spring. This summer in June or early
were held at Medford Friday morning bound by the terms and conditions of . ¡n July you could thin out some of the
, and interment in the cemetery at this the contract, it is also the fact that smaller branches where the woo I is be -
the installment buyer, believing he can coming to thick and dense, and by the
make good, has little or no choice in middle > f June you could heal back
the form of the agreement. He must some of the branches if they ten I to
ixuìo lutn» Turtle
either take what is offered or forego grow too rangy. This is simply a shin -
the purchase of a home until he he» ing and thinning out process which ia
Speeding at the rate of 5J miles an ! the money saved to pay for it. There done while the tree« are sti.i in active
i hour, H. F. Meader and party of four j I are many reason why he prefers tl e growth.
» had a remarkably narrow escape from i former course, but no one of them is a
“If you arc pruning for fruit growth
death Sunday afternoon when in round | sufficient excuse in justice for the sel- alone I would suggest that you wait
ing the corner at the Snowy Butte or- ! ■ ler to pocket any coniderable portion uni.I later When tile terminal fruit Lu .s
chard on the Central Point boulevard, i j of the purchase price upon default by are forming. I would hardly ucIVis«
his auto turned turtle and landed up- the other, with the legal privilege <>/ taking out a large amount of wood dur
siJe down, then rolling over on its side. selling the property again at the origi ing the growing season. If the bran li
(Inly the hood of the car saved the par nal figure. By this system the seller es are large I believe it would be mu h
ty. Mr. Meader was slightly cut. gets a great deal for nothing, and hi* better to wait until another winter be
. None of the rest were injured, the top gain as it happens many times, is the fore you attempt to remove th im. If
and glaa3 front of the car s mar he J, but impoverishment of the other fellow.
there are loo many large brain lies on
it was otherwise uninjured.
The law ought not to countenance y.,ur tree* it might not be wise for you
Mr. ahd Mrs. Meader and a party | anything but a square deal in this in- to try and remove them all in one sea
from Talent, comprising Mr. Brown , stallment business, whether the thing son, but take several seasons to sha;>e
and two young women, had been mak I bought be a home, a piano, furniture, your orchard.”
ing a tour of the valley and were in i or what not. It should never commis-
haste to return. Arriving at the good i »ion one man to rob another through
Moneu 1° l'ian on improved, rtitiut
road stretch, Mr. Meader went ahead • the legal efficacy of an iron-clad con producimi arme, bp thè tiank ut
full spend, goii g too fast to make the tract. Ex,
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