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JACKSONVILLE, JACKSON COUNTY, OREGON, APRIL 24. 1915
Albany—C. D. Anderson will begin
manufacture of jewelry.
SEEM TO HIDE NO OIL
Elmira—farmers will reclaim sever-
Supreme Court Affirms Circuit
Manufactures, Enterprises and al hundred acres with drainage canal. Chamber of Commerce Will Aid Gianted by State Eng'neer Dur
Orleans —Oregon Electric will build
ing First Quarter
Court Io Canton Case.
Reported Seeps of Both Oil and
station at this point.
Hood River promoting swimming
Opinion by Justice
Gas are All Examined-in
Payrolls and Promot
Glove Factory From
During the quarter ending Marhh 34,
State Engineer issued 117 permits
Vain For Paying In
State University takes law schojl to
for the appropriation of water, of
Eugene and gets $40,900 building.
which number 10 are for the construc
for Polk Coun
Klamath Falls—Desmond & Co. meat
tion of reservoirs. Under these pel-
Salem, Or., April 20—In an opinion
plant to be enlarged.
mits it is oroposed to irrigate 16.247
written by Justice Eakin, the supreme I
Lane economy program cuts off two j Portland—Irvington to have an $8).-
of land, develop 20,018 horsepow-
court today affirmed circuit Judge ■
The chance of getting oil in commer- county school supervisors.
00n community club house.
|' er. as well as to construct wor ts for
Calkins, of Jackson county, in the case i cial quantities in western Oregon is
Baker—new gold dredging plant go Jordan—dramatic hall36x<2 ft. build
Portland, Ore., April 20, (Special) I municipal and domestic purposes.
of the State vs W. J. Canton, an at very slight, according to C. W. Wash-
ing in on Clark’s Creek.
The Portland Chamber of Commerce
The following permits were issued
torney of Medford, and formerly a ma burne a University of Oregon graduate
Dallas to extend pipeline eight miles has undertaken a very aggressive cam in J ackson Count! :-
James West of Portland has opened
jor in the volunteer army, who was i in geology, of the class of 1905, who
paign for the purpose of aiding the
to Slab creek for water supply.
G. Swavze of Gr ints Pass, for min-
convicted of a felony. The attorney has made a report to the United States I a cheese factory at Wedderburn.
Ashland building a park boulevard. small manufacturers now located in ■ ing purposes, diverting water from
Portland public docks commission
for Canton assigned as errors the in geological survey. Mr. Washburn has
structions to the jury, and the refusal [ descr.bed all the reported seeps of oil asks a $900,000 bond issue in June to
England going going “war-dry” will I Portland and at other points in the I Grave Creek in Sec 21 T 33 S. R. 4 W.
state. As a result of a recent inves- L. J. Grissom of Climax, for the irri
of the presiding judge to grant a new and gas, and gives an account of his re erect a municipal grain elevator.
boost Oregon loganberry juice.
j tigation, a committee has been ap- gation of 5 acres, diverting water from
trial on the ground that one of the search work by counties.
White Pine Lumber Co. starts a long
Whitney—Stoddard logging camp pOinted to take charge of the work Cold Springs in Sec 20 T 40 S. R. 3 E.
witnesses, testifying during the trial,
Jle says many seeps of oil have been run today.
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luanuinuiui vi o «»ij
any H. A. & D. H. Rosenburg of Central
was of unsound mind. The su reported from practically every west
Portland- contract let for 4-storv
the Point, for the irrigation of 166 acre«,
preme coutl held against both conten ern Oregon county, but that most of brick, Broadway and Davis $40,000.
working for a gas plant, railroad, city organization.
diverting water from Rogue River in
the material described as oil proved
Baker—Waterman brick building let and county park and good roads.
An exhibit of Oregon made goods Sec 15 T 36 S. R. 2 W. George Gillett
on investigation to be merely oxide, a
A cannery is in prospect for Rsse- has been instàlled on the main floor of of Murphy, for the irrigation of 2 acres
substance that when present in water at $7794.
Pendleton—contract let for Roundup burg.
the building occupied by the Portland diverting water from Gillett Gulch in
To Fairs by Auto
A new post office station will be es Chamber of Commerce, All the offic- Sec 30 T 37 S. R. 4 W. E. G. Harding
cent scum that looks 'much like an oil Park Natatorium at $8948.
es of the organization are on the same of Lake Creek, for the irrigation of 1
Corvallis—Rosencrans & son will op tablished at “Nofog.”
film. His report says in part:
“In some places in western Oregon erate sawmill east of city employing 60
Archie Mason will erect paving plant floor and the exhibit will be explained acre, including domestic supply, divert
Roseburg, Or., April 20-The tide of
to visitors by a man thoroughly con ing water from two springs located in
tourist travel is flowing toward the I the rocks contain tiny globules of oil, men.
with every detail. Any man See 10 T 37 3. R. 2 E O. B. Steward
P. H. Neil of Napa, California, es
California fairs. For three days mo and in others they are cut by veins of
Marshfield will have another bank by ufacturer in the state who desires to of Rogue River, for the irrigation of
tor cars have been threading their way solid, brittle oil resjdue, but nowhere tablishes shirt factory at Roseburg.
exhibit his goods should write to the 60 acres, diverting water from Evans
over the long grades and valley roads is liquid oil known to seep out at the
Mayor—elect Bell of Eugene wants
The new sawmill on line of munici manager of the Chamber of Commerce Creek in Sec 21 T 35 S. R. 4 W. Leon
of western Oregon, goin" south- Ail surface. The solid residues indicate less legislation and lower taxes.
pal railway out Grants Pass has start and arrangements for
space will ard Corthuys of Talent, for the irriga-
the cars show that they have met slop onlv that oil was at one time present
tion ot 50 acres, diverting water from
py roadways, but they seem in good in the rocks, but it does not necessari go up costing $25,000.
Bear Creek in Sec 25 T 38 S. KI W.
running order, and the garages here
Heppner—new Star theatre nearly of Marshfield has been presented wi h ers to select Oregon-made goods in all
have not had much rep«ir business the rocks at the present time. The
a fine new residence as an apprecia c ises where quality and price make it
from the early travel. Thus far the absence of oil seeps is the most dis completed.
Safety Bumper for Motor Cars
of his service instead of a monu possible.
larger portion of the tourists have had couraging feature in this field, for the
Mr. E. W. Simmons, formerly locat
their camp kits with them, so that they rocks are so broken that it seems high warehouse.
Albany Herald: The Willamette ed at Chehalis, Wash , where he man
may camp out at any time and place ly improbab'e that much oil could oc Albany—Tom Ferrell will erect seven
A novel type of automobile bumper
Valley should be selling the w, rid can ufactured a high grade of gloves and has just been brought out by a New
cur in them and still not leak out at one-story brick stores.
that seems inviting.
ned goods instead of buying them.
mittens, will move his factory to Port York company. It consists of a hol
the surface and form seeps. The pos
Springfield proposing a union high
sibility of obtaining oil by drilling is school.
Fossil —May 5, bids opened on road land next week. He has rented a de low rubber tube, supported on a st< el
sirable building and will be one o! fender, beyond which it projects about
Scie of Government Timber 1 regaded as slightly favorable in places Eugene—Omar Gnllion to build $2000 and bridges to Cottonwood Creek.
Portland’s producers within the next ; two inches. Should any person or ob
J in Coos. Douglas, Lincoln and Lane
counties but even there the chances are brick store.
ject be in danger of collision with a
Baker—John Waterman will erect
motor car so equipped, a large part of
Essex Rape as “Greens”
The District Forester at Portland,
A careful study of all the known oc brick block at Center and First.
of the land and homeseekers bureau of the shock is absorbed by the rubl er
Or., has just approved a sale of ap-
Burns—new metallic toll telephone
the Portland Chamber of Commerce, tube, while the rest loses itself in tl e
proximately 500,000 ft. B. M. of Na- currences of gas in western Oregon
line going in to Riverton.
tour of springs which support the steel fender
83 will start next Monday on a
tional Forest timber to E. E. Puring-
mercial quantities aie no better than
Grants Pass—Twohy Bros, have con- one of the best and cheapest forages several Oregon cities for the purpose itself. Scientific American
ton of Burns, Oregon.
tract to complete railroad to Crescent for sheep and hogs it is not always ap of ascertaining what oportunities they
The timber is situated on an area of for oil, adds Mr. Wushburne.
preciated at its full value as greens f< r present for new s-tilers and to co-op
City Cal. To cost $5,000.000.
by the fact that all the warring nations
about seventy-five acres on the Mal-
spring use by the family. The young erate with local commercial organiza
hour National Forest ir eastern Ore-
are mad at him.
substatic ns on Oregon Electric sys-
Notice to Public
g >n, in and near Sec 25, R 20 S. R. 32
Last week’s weather was apparentlv
ble and appetizing dish and spring up velopment.
E, W. M., and consists chiefly of yel
suds id i zed by the Florida hotel inter
Allegany—Telephone line to Loon
low pine and Douglas fir. The tract is |
season of lhe year when green vegeta- na] and lock, at Oregon City have fin- ests.
in an isolated locality, and the lumber place of business, as I have started on Lake will be built.
Further complications for th-» trans
b.e food is at a premium. The Dwaif a||y been transferred to the Govern-
cut will be used entirely for local con
Glendale is promoting a fruit drying Essex variety ;s recommended for »this ment a|1(i the deed., accepted. Col. portation problem are revealed by the
and canning plant.
use by Professor G. R. Hyslop, who | McKinstry; engineer in charge of this discovery of that interesting phenome
The stumpage price paid for both
Enterprise—May 1, Eastern Oregon calls attention to the fact that the district, has been instructed to take non the voluntary straphanger.
W. R. Sparks
species is $1.50 per M. The agreement
Lumber Co. starts building 2-band saw middle of April is the best time to sow over the works and open the canal for
One suspects that nothing will ever
witn the Forest Service allows the
for early crop for forage purposes, free passage of boats. Plans are be- i make alaim clocks popular.
Company until June 30, 1916, for the
As between Winter and Spring April
Linnton—Clark-Wilson Lumber Co. and the middle of May for late forage i ig perfected for the expenditure of | One has small respect for those fad
cutting and removal of the timber.
admirably maintains its neutrality.
and family use. If sown in April it $300,000 in improvements to the locks. bound people who would rather have a
may be broadcasted, about live pounds
An official call haB been issued for cold than be out of fashion.
of seed to the acre, but if is to the sixth annual Convention of the Co
Some of Mr. Root’s remarks sug
withsb-nd the drouth for the other lumbia and Snake River Waterways
that good business might help pol
usee it is best drilled in rows, three Association, which will be held at As
pounds per acre. Since the cost of toria May 7 and 8. 1915. The meeting itics and good politics might help busi
seed is but 15 cents per pound it is wi.l wind up the week-long celebra ness.
Italy is putting submarinesdnto com
cheaply grown. It is also a heavy pro tion of the opening of the Celilo Ca
with a rapidity that supports
the view that neutrality does not in
The red soils of Polk County, which variably imply lack of prepared
h ive not been found profitable when ness.
Third Effort by Salem to Get devoted to grain growing, are pecul-
In Europe people are expected to
iarly adapted to prunes, and extensive read only censored publications and
plantings of the Italian variety are be not to believe all they see il» them.
ing made. During the past year heavy
It will not simplify matters if Rus
Salem, Or., April 20—The city coun shipments of dried prunes have been sia decides to rename the “przemyslo-
cil last night passed a resolution au m .de from his county to France and grad.
thorizing Mayor White to appoints Germany.
Mexico is respectfully reminded that
committee of nine to draft a charter
An election held in Multnomah Coun
a lime will come when patience ceases
for a commission form of government ty last week, on the question of issuing
for submission to the voters at the bonds to the amount sf $1,250,000 to to be a virtue.
The history of Austria has largely
regular city election to be held in be used in hard surfacing 70 miles of
made up of opportunities to show
December. The mayor will be a county roads, carried by approximate
member of the committee by virtue ly 2 to 1. It is expected that work the world that it is a good loser.
It is not stated that the object in
of his office and it is to report a form will commence within a month and
of charter by September 1. Provision that at least 2,000 men will be employ in trying to get H irry Thaw back to
Mattewan is to enable him to inaile a
is made that the charter shall provide ed.
that it sh»ll not become effective until
Jan. 1, 1917. Twice heretofore the
Recent advises from the Navy I)e-
people have voted down charters pro-
ara to the effect that love-
viding for a commission form of gov
sickness is to be guarded »gainst as
ernment, because they were opposed to
well as sea-sickness.
a number of salient features embodied
The radium institute of London, in
As another evidence of pros peri fy
We have Bacon as law as 15 cents per
its last annual report states that 746 Philadelphia announces definite con-
cases were treated durin«» the past tracts for l,4"O new homes this spring.
pound, and are selling a 2 1-2 lb can of New
year, of which 19 are Jeportod cured,
Orville Wright has built a "war ae
Pears for 10 cents.
At The Churches
50 apparently cured and 828 improved,
roplane” that is “as saf : as a street
while in 136 no result« had been noted
car.” Maybe the aeroplane is, but
up to the date of —riting. Varying re
sults are recorded in cases of cancer, war is some thing else.
Somebody must have been making a
Sunday School every Sunday at io tumors and other diseases. Certain
great deal of money by selling habit
o’clock W. G. Caudill Supt.
worship at 11 a. m. each second snd have been treated with marded success forming drugs before the new fed r I
fourth Sunday of the month and at while the most intractable cases of l.iw went into effect.
When the millennium comes a wo
Ciana spring catarrh have been cured. —Ex.
7:80 every Sunday evening,
man will look pretty in a pl.otograj h
7 he Pioneer Store
' that catcnes her in the aci of making a
11 a. m. H. C. Gallup leader. Pray
er meeting Thursday evening at 7:80
Both the dove of peace and the ea
The public is invited to attend these
51 services. A. I'oslel Pastor
gle of war most now give place as the
(From off our Wireless)
great comm rcial hen mar .-ties to the
Doubtless the best remedy for evil i center of the stage.
politics is a citizenry trained to vote
Even "t that the Mexican revolution
has not yet la«te I as I >ng as did the
Services held every Sunday morning r.-gularlv.
at 11 o’clock in I. 0. 0. F. Hall.
Proof that Unc'e Sam has SUC l SIS- revolution in which lhe late George
fully maintained neutrality *■ iffurded , Washington figured.
SUSTAINED WESTERN OREGON
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of Shoes to fit the whole family.
Every pair GUARANTEED
Come in and take a look
at our new Elk hide