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About Jacksonville post. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1906-19?? | View Entire Issue (May 8, 1915)
JACKSONVILLE. JACKSON COUNTY,
THE MACKENZIE HIGHWAY
FIRE AT GOLI) HILL
NEED MILITARY TRAINING
BvX W »5nnv?y
MAY 8, 1915
CREED TO BE LAID ASIDE
Government Co-operates With Destroys Seven Buildings. ludge Goodwin Insists That if Photo-play “Land Of Promise,” Ministers of Oregon Will Dis
cuss Pr.blems That Vex
Loss $15,000. FireStart-
Counties In Its Con-
Tried, People Would
to be Produced. Bar As-
ed in Livery Barn.
Insist on it.
Small Boys Play
The third annual conference of min
One of the most important projects
It is a fine showing that Secretary
isters of all denominations will be held
ing With Match
which the Forest Service has undertak
(luring July in the ne v administration
Daniels makes for the United States
Portland, Ore., May 4, (Special)
es Are Blamed
en in road construction in Oregon, in
navy. It makes every American glad.
b hiding of the University of Oregon.
Oregon’s marvelous scenic wonders,
tor at Fossil.
Salem, Or. May 3—From an authen
tic source it was learned here today
that a petition, asking for the recall of
J. K. Starr, district attorney of Wheel
er county, had been forwarded to a
state official here, but wheth it will be
filed or not seems problematical, it be
Present problems of the city and rural ing held up, subject to the orders of iis
churches will be threshed out, these j main initiators. The chief reason for
problems being now common to practi- i withholding it from filing at present is
c illy all denominations in Oregon. that a suitable candidate to run
against Starr at the recall election had
Some of them are:
Characteristics of country folk and not b.en found, declared this official.
According to this official, the pe
church work; centralization of country
churches; the country church and the tition charges Starr with inefficiency
city man; the divine element in the re and failure to enforce the criminal
organization of the country church; re laws of the state. As the district at
ligious teachihg in terms of country torney is a state officer, the peti-
life; interdenominational cooperation; tion will have to lie filed with the
the social survey and the eountry secretary of the state and he will I X
the time for election, when it is i o
Courses in the University summer filed.
school, which will then be in progress
will be open to the ministers, as well
as the University library with its
53,000 volumes to private research.
co-operation with the Counties, is that
That part of it which treats of theguns
with the Ninth annual Rose Festival,
ot the Mackenzie Highway along the
anl ammunition will be studied caie-
9, 10 an l 11 as a fitting climax,
river of that name. Forty-five miles
f illy by foreign powers. They will
of this road is within the National For ed by some small boys playing with n >t forget that up to date in actual will be the basis for the photoplay,
matches in the rear of the livery barn practice the rule has been that just “The Land of Promise,” to be produc
ed in Portland by the Northwest Week
This road is one of the main arteries at Gold Hill, Wednesday afternoon twice as many shots fired by Ameri ly, an Oregon motion picture company.
of travel between Central Oregon and
The purpose of the photoplay will be
the Willamette Valley and covers a dis ing in the main part of town, and for great take effect than when fired by to include the scenic attractions in var
tance of ninety-six miles from Eugene
ious portions of the state about a sto-
its western terminus, to Sistors, on the the entire town. The fire started about of American submarines will also be ¡ ry of the early history of Oregon. N.
east side of the Cascade Divide. From four o’clock and lasted for more than carefully noted.
j Olness, who will produce the picture,
Eugene to the Forest boundary at Blue an hour; the wind blowing from the
Now if our schools were keeping pace will have the co-operation of the Ro-
River, an old mining town, there is a
with the navy; if the conrse of study sarians and the festival association.
fairly good County road. The county ings from destruction.
in all our higher schools could include
The buildings burned were the fol an hour a day of nflitarydrill and then The scenario was written by Pearl Bai
is making improvements on this part
ley, a Portland girl, and was consider-
of the highway, gravelling in places, lowing : Livery barn of Darling & one year in camp, it would not cost 1 ed the best out of more than thirty
leveling in others and relocating in
very much more than at present and I plays submitted to tbs judges.
still others. Road construction within residence of John Ritter, Jewelry store could it be tried for five years the en-j
A company of photoplay actors will
the Forest began in 1913 and is now ot S. V. McFarren, blacksmith shop, tire sentiment of the people would in
be taken on a tour of the state and
complete as far as Ishman’s Corral, Calhoun’s barn, residence belonging sist upon making it the rule.
(From off our Wiieless)
pictures will be staged at the Pacific
within six miles of the summit and four to Tom Meyer. The loss is given as
That would not encourage militarism ocean benches, along the Oregon coast
the twentieth century to
The Rising Sun in China
miles beyond Lost Creek Ranger Sta- i
at all, it would merely accomplish the line; on the Columbia Highway, near
an estrangement between
tion. Before the road on the east slope j
youth of the country in something they
those ancient and powerful aliies, Mara
between the Divide and Sisters, can be I That all of Gold Hill is not a mass of j need to know, and their after lives Mt. Hood, along the Columbia river,
European nations have been estab and Bacchus.
finished, meh survey work must be ashes is due to heroic efforts of the would prove that it was really the at Crater National park, in the eaves
A cripple has running expenses the
done. Here rough table land will be volunteer fire department, and the most useful portion of the education of ->osephine county near Grants Pass; lishing ‘"speros of influence” in China
alone the Deschutes River in Central for the purpose of excluding from the same as other people.
encountered and several miles of lava kmdly direction of a light wind.
Oregon and in fertile valleys- There affected territory as much of other na
When the fire was at its height ac_
bed, which will make this stretch of
When a man has a wife he always
Then too, in the event of a war—and > will be more than 100 scenes and the tions' tiade as possible. In the Ger
road difficult of construction. The For cording to a telephone message to Med
we have had a war in every generation 1 photoplay will be produced on motion man sphere German goods predominat knows what to do with his money
est Service plans to make the necessa
Possibly Japan wants China’s place
to a slackening in the power the re- since ours was a nation —it would pre I picture circuits covering theatres all ed; in the English sphere English capi
ry survey this season.
tal built and operated the railroads, ex in the sun.
rerve water in the reservoir being ex vent thousands of deaths in learning over the civilized globe.
The completion of the Mackenzie hausted by the exigency. Assistance war after it was too late.
Baseball teams, as usua', are thun
To secure a queen for the Portland ploited the mines, assisted English
Highway will do much toward devel- | was asked from the Medford fire de
This is so plain that one would think Rcse Festival that will represent the firms against other traders. Since dering in the index.
oping the country. This road is the j partment but unfortunately there was
the people would demand that the rule greatest number of people, the fiesta Manchuria became a Japanese sphere
Are breach of promise suits actually
principal highway for the emigrant no reserve equipment.
should be at once established.—Good management has received nom'nations of influence American mills iiave seer more numerous in the springtime, or
trains '"hich are constantly moving be- |
from every organization in Portland. their trade in cotton goods in the pro do they merely seem so.
tween Central Oregon and the Willam
Voting will be by coupons in the daily vince shrink from the lion's portion oi
Apparently a man never gets to 1 e
ette Valley. About as many go one
papers of Portland. The coupons w:ll twenty-four million dollars annuailv to so old that he ceases to be surprised
wav as the other. Central Oregon peo
Electric Air Bral e
appear in the caper until May 16, The lass than three million dollars a year; when women’s fashions change.
Killed on LVay to Game
ple claim they go to the Willamette
closes May 19, giving three steadily inexorably American exports
Valley to wash their shirts, while those
Will any war-reformed European na
votes from cities and towns to Chines territory under the control
Electric-pneumatic brakes are soon
in the Willamette Valley say they go
tion deliberately go back to hard drink
Roseburg. Or., May 3 Cyril Huff ou'side Portland to reach the contest
to Central Oregon to dry their shirts. to displace the lir brakes used on the
other nations have had similar experi ing when the fighting is over?
At all events, the emigrant wagons passenger trains of the Pennsylvania man died at Oakland last night as the manar . t . Organizations in Portland
China finds that being a republic
keep moving back and forth across the Railroad. This form of brake has been result of injuries sustained in a runa will appeal to similar societies through
The United States, being the richest does not free it from the kind of trou
D.vide, often stopping to camp and found necessary because of the weight way yesterday, and Lloyd Bridges, age
nation in the world and possessing i.t bles to which it has been accustomed.
of trains made up of all steel cars. In 14 son of W. O. Bridges, an Oakland ¡girl receiving the highest vote will be
visit as they meet- en route.
the greatest market for commo
California suggests an “Olive-dav”
long trains the shock and surging ac merchant is fatally injured and expect
dities of all kinds in all the world, had (dives being so much more aristocratic
companying the application of the ed to die at any hour. Six other boys princesses.
Portland will be the mecca of the neither need not incentive to exploit than the revenue producing prune.
NOTICE—Will the person who borrow brakes has proved very objectionable were slightlv injured. The accident
its neighbors. It had abundance of
ed a spring tooth harrow and a disc indeed. In a twelve-car train it takes occurred when the Oakland baseball lawyers of severa1 states when the of rocm, raw material and purchasing If the war will kindly stand aside a
few days there will be hardiv anything
harrow belonging to E. E. Oman,
power within its own borders. Japan,
sometime last year, please return to be felt at the last car. With the play. The wagon tongue br >ke on a ington Bar Association meets in Port on the other hand has none of these to mar the baseball season.
New York has a new marvel. A
the same to the premises from which electro-pneumatic brake, the braking down grade, the horses ran away, land, August 23, 24 and 25. At this things. Japan neecs China for iron
same were taken and notify this of- power will be exerted at the same in the wagon was thrown against a meeting some of the most piominent ore, coal and other raw materials, and Capitalist is to build a seven story
stant on all the cars, and within two telephone pole and all t(je boys were attorneys of the United Siates will be
building there on an imp irtant corner.
fice. —D. W. Bagshaw.
seconds after the application of the j thrown out, Cyril Huffman striking present, among them the Hon. Judge Japan needs China as an outlet for the The ground squatter may yet drive out
FOR REN’Ç/— The Norling house. brakes, the w hole braking force will against a fence post, The lad was Taft, ex-president of the United States goods manufactured from Chinese raw the skyscraper.
o« Oregon street. Apply to
be exerted throughout the train.—Sci- ! an orphan. Two of ' ' his
' brothers live | Ex-senator George Turner of Wash materials. Iherefoie Japan at the
Prosperity is reported to be rapidly
propitious moment takes that which
Bagshaw, this office-
ington, and Senator George E. Cham
advancing everywhere mi l even those
berlain, of Oregon, who will he the
who found pleasure in a calamity howl
principal speakers at this convention. | p iwers are hurt by the process, Japan may be relie 1 upon to give it a wel
can point to her necessities and the
Attorneys who will be in attendance
at th? American Bar Association’s, fate of Belgium.
Some people go through life looking
meeting in Sale Lake City a week prior
are equally helpless in the face of la- as if they were sorry they had ever
city to participate in the meeting. panese procedure. The best either can started.
It is said that ghosts enter haunted
Elaborate arrangements a e being do is to protest, even though the Chi
made for the entertainment of these nese in America were early in April houses with the aid of skeleton keys.
The public interest in the condition
men who argue before the Bar; among beginning to collect money for a war
of F-4 before it met with disaster is
the several features of this entertain fund. From Mav Sunset.
something more than idle curiosity.
ment will|be an auto drive along the
famous and beautiful Columbia River
Some British subjects are frank in
To Print Fr.e Textbooks
Highway, which will be open to traffic
expressing the wish that general news
by that time.
could get past the censors as easily as
Salem, Or., May 4-The possibility Kitchener's views on the use of alco
(1) That we represent M. Born & Co. the
of an initiative bill at the next general holic bevel ages.
greatest Tailors in the world;
Rood Controveiey to be Settled election for printing of textbooks for I'he interest taken by John D. Rocke
the schools of the state to be furnish feller in animal diseases is entirely
by State Highway Commission ed free to grade pupils, is seen in a non-partisan and offers no hope if pre
(2) We can sell you an all wool suit from
movement inaugurated recently. State cise information as to what is the mat
educators and legislators are interest ter with the democratic donkey.
$14.00 up, made to fit you.
Canyonville, Or., May 4—The state ed in the movement, and it is expected
After a man has been married a vear
highway commission met yesterday at that it will soon be sufficiently strong
two he looks ns neglected as an old
t te( Douglas and Josephine county line to formulate plans for the initiation of
(3) We absolutely guarantee a fit and al
to settle a controversy between Jose a measure.
It should be a penal offense to grind
low you to examine suit before paying for same.
phine county and the people of Glen
out “coming through the rye” on a
dale. In building the Pacific highway
hind organ in a prohibition precin t.
Met By Lower Fares.
Josephine countv bui't a fine road lead
• (4) Wp believe the local Merchant, who
Religion in politi -s is the most re
ing from Wolf Creek to the Douglas
grettable issue raised in many a long
i county line by the shortest and most '
pays local taxes, who spends his money with you,
Vancouver, B. C., Mav 3 Inorler year.
feasible route, connecting with the
road leading from Glendale to Rose- to meet 5 cent motor bus competition,
who helps things at home in a thousand different
Fighters of the dreadnought class in
burg, three miles east of Glendale. the British Cilumbia Electric railw y pugilism are also expensive to main
¡.he latter.pia.-e was left off the road
ways, is Entitled to the Business, prices and
by three milei, and the town protesi“. ing eight tickets for 25 cents The e
As a mere physical task it should
quality being equal. AM I RIGHT?
The pathfind' r gave to Canyon creek
'apai. a century or two to swal-
the name of Cow creek, and the >oad 5 cents straight will be charged
1 low Japan.
lie called the Cow creek canyon wagon
■ road. There is no such thing. The ish Columbia Electric railway con
Southern Pacific railroad follows th« trols all str» et ra lwa-.sin this pro
Electric Diive in a Paper Mill
Cow creek canyon, whivh has no vince.
wagon road to Glend.de, while the
road they Call the C >w creek canyon
K paper mill at Maumee, Ohio, re
Do!} B lys Y< !lcw Fir
oa-i is l.om 6 to 1" miles east of the
port a savi> g of J40O a month a< a re
railroad, being the old government
sult of the introduction of electric
1 he Pioneer Store
Grays River, Wash., May 3 C A driv-
Iran canyon road. 1' is the only wag-
Previou-I this nnil operatid
hi road leading south
between the Doty of the Multnomah Box < o and wiih ste un power u n r ' --i loo-horse
ocean and Crater Lake or Klamath ; he Gampbell Logging Co. has purchas- power b tiers. Now m place of heir g
. .dis, a distance id about 2 at miles ov , ed tf.e timber, logging r.Bread and driven Lorn long line of hafting, t e
camp equipment of the Holla >d, Briggs machines ire in lit ¡dually driven by
trad or 12U miles by air line.
& Avery Logging company. Ti.e motors. Not only has this resulted in
♦ x»----- —
j timber to be opened up is on of the a direct raving of power, but it haa
Uncle Biilv Garner >n, of Uniontown ■ finest bod es of yellow fir to be b en f urul possible to reduce by two
was a business visitor in tosn Sa’.ur- i found on the Columbia river it is claim- mtn the regular force of workmen.—
Men, Please Don’t Forget