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G O L D [III ' l / o REWN.
N E W S O F O U R FO O TS
CREEK A N D ROGUE
R IV E R N E IG H B O R S
(tty Mrs. Marion l.anes)
Mrs. G. II. Pheifer, .Mrs Wallace
(■albruth, Mrs. Connor, Mrs. Paul
MrQuat and Mrs. (> C Palmer from
neur the Alaska auto rump spent
Prlduy ut the Community hall In
Itogue Hlver with the Aid ladies
who are quilting a quilt for the bn
snar Io be held in December. It
was a gift from Mrs. Louise Owens
of I Ilea, N. Y., a former resident
of Hogue Hlver, wli» w ill be re
membered as Mrs. Don Wilson’s
mother. Word lias been received
that she suff< red from a stroke a
few weeks ago and passed away.
ELECTION SET Hi,,m
„ JSTATE BOARD
(By 8. M. J.)
claim where Alice Hanley now lives,
On the Jacksonville-Central Point of Clinton and Walton. The log
road, set well back and guarded by house in which they lived for many
New Plan W ill Provide Road
Large Vote Expected in immense und aged trees stands a years stood just back of the pres Says Sams Valley Road Ap
white two-story house which is one ent two story house, and it was
W o rk Based on a $1.50
Choice of School
propriation Shall Not Be
o f the most interesting homes in the there that all but one of their chil-
valley. Those who are fortunate <,r*'n wcre born
D aily W age Scale
John Hanley who died in Hu-
auough Io I k - entertained tliere f.nd
an old time hoapitaiily which fits late nim lies was in business in
In extremely well with the person Medford. William Hanley, better
Emergency relief work w ill be
The annual school meeting Io be
known as Hilt the sage of Harney
The state highway commission an
provided by the »lute higliway de-
held next Monday, June 2D, is ex ality of the owner, Alice Hanley,
and with the rare old pieces of fu r county and whose philosophy of nounced Saturday that the entire
piiiliuenl. but it w ill tie on n fur
pected to bring out the largest vote
niture, about which she can tell life has become known through Ann $30,000 previously allotted for the
different Inis Is unit plan thun ha*
in the history of the district, with
! Shanon Monroe’s book. “Feeling
many interesting stories
nblulned in the past.
two board members to be chosin.
completion of the Sums Valley cut
Michael Hanley, her father, w is Fine" is another son. Ed Hanley,
This was Ibe announcement lust
F o r the information of residents
off w ill be used for this purpose,
week of Leslie M. Scott, chairman
Mrs. Mabel Muck, county agent, of tile school district, anyone who i.< born on a farm near Mariella, Wash,
and no portion of it w ill be divert
of the slate highway commission, gave a vegetable and meat canuiiq twenty-one y«urs of age who has nglon county, Ohio, June 24. 1824, tensive interests in Alaska but still
to building thr Little Butte Creek
who Thursday night submitted tils demonstration ut the Evans Valley lived in the district thirty days 1» •mil when twenty-five years of age
resignation to the governor because grunge hull Tuesday for the ladies eligible Io vote ut the annual iue« I Jie lure of the west and its gold well known. Michael Hanley, known road as asked by the Medford
of his unwillingness to participate of the Hogue Itiver district. Those mg und to hold uflice us distric. mines led this strong, daring young throughout the county as Mike, is Chamber of Commerce.
The Little Butte Creek road is a
man south to New Orleans where a rancher nad lives near Mtdford.
in what tic believed a wasteful re from here attending were Mrs. L clerk or us director.
Mrs. Ella Hanley Bush, the young short route to Fish Lake and Lake
lief program tliul «lid not return L. Sniilh. Mrs. I.lovd M iller, Mrs
'1 lie school mt cling w ill be calie«. u- embarked in a sailing vessel for
est daughter, lives in Medford but of the woods, while the Sams Val
full value for the state's dollar. Mr. Paul McQual and Mrs. Effie Birds at 2:00 at the school gymnasium.
Is also inter« sted in ranching.
ley road ruts off 13 miles from the
Scott withdrew his resignation after eye.
He visited many mints, prospect-
In addition to the election, thi
But it is Alice Hanley, well known present Crater Lake route. The cut
couferene" with Governor .Meier ut
board w .i consider 111«- unnuui school I l'd some and finally in 1852 bought
and beloved, who Is said most to off leaves the Pacific highway at
the latter’s home later that same
) :l donation land claim of ?2-i acres
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Morrison an:* report.
resemble her fathrr. Rain or shine Gold H ill and runs north and east
Nominations w ill be received f o r . in.I«t»uglas county, two and one-half
children and son-in law Mr. Lind-
you w ill find her out superintend 15.8 miles instead of through the
The emergency relh f plan dechl s y, who formerly lived on the Bi
ing the work on the ranch, but valley to Medford and then swing
ed upon by the highwuy commission Woodcock place on the left fork of Chairman J. N. Cornutt; director'
December 13, 1854, he married when an « veiling is cool she w ill
ing north. It connects w ith the
after long conference with It. I I . : Foots Creek and have spent several for two years to fill the vacancy Martha B. Burnett and three years
light a fire in the old fire place and main Crater Lake route at Dodge-
liuldoek, its m gineer, is to be bused months in northeastern Oregon and caused by the resignation of Elmer taler they moved to Jackson county, tell most interestingly of early Jack
upen federal aid and w ill carry Idaho, have returned and are now Dungry; und for district clerk for having purchased the donation land sonville.
Considerable effort has been made
wage scale of 11.50 a day.
one year, Ihe |x>s.’tion now held by
living on Calls Creek
in the last few years to realize the
Hcrlhu Coy who has servid in this Independent* Loom
Taxpayer Io Gat More
Eva Coy M arried Saturday; establishing of this cut-off by mem
Mrs. Ted Miller of Portland und capacity for eight years.
This ih - w wage scale, it is fell by
bers of the local Chamber of Com
According to the school law, the
in F all Election W ill Live in Washington merce because of the publicity the
the highway ilepartment, w ill more Miss Margaret K err o f Medford
nearly approach the jmi I i i I where
town would receive as the junrtion
Independent candidacies h a v e
full value is obtained for the tax at Ihe home of Mr. and Mrs. M C one hour, and as it is not known
Miss Eva Coy, daughter of Mrs. city, and the increased business
payer's dollar thun was approached Boomslulter and daughter, Beth, al just when the other business w ill started to blossom for the general Susie Coy of this city, was married brought by the traffic which would
Riviera nulo park.
In- completed nnd nominations ac election in the fall and today two to Clifford M. Wright of Homedale
by the old plan, which carried
be diverted here. Much credit is
cepted, voters must be present as applications for petitions have been Idaho last Saturday evening. The
wage scale of $3 a day.
due efforts of the members and also
filed und grunted by the county ceremony was performed at the to C. J. Shorb, until last fail editor
I'm lcr the new plan, suid Chair
man Krolt, the worker w ill receive day party Saturday fon her twin is called.
Church of Christ parsonage at Pen of the News, and also to L. M.
Chairman Cornutt, in a statement
every bit ns much money us he did daughters, Marjory and Jean at the
A resident of Hogue River who dleton, Oregon, at five o'clock in the Sweet © Beagle, who worked w ith
Pass. Tuesday evening said thul in order left no name requested a pe-titiou afternoon.
before, tint he w ill give more labor Howell place m a r Grants
the local men on the project. The
(or il. The old plan was held only Her cTilesI daughter, Barbara, spent not to prolong the meeting unnre which he said would be circulated in
Miss Coy, who taught at Rose road was finally designated as a
50 |K-r cent efficient, as compared
behalf of an independent candidate burg the last three year*, made a secondary state highway, and an ap
ably he railed for curly, and the bal for justice of the peace to oppose short visit at her home here the last
with present-day highway eonstru« and Mrs. Cobb near Merlin.
propriation of $90,000 was made fo r
lot box opened, to allow for voting H. D. Johnny) Heed, incumbent, two weeks and left Friday for Pen
lion methods. The plan, it is be
its completion. The work was de
Mrs. V. L. Briscow who with her while some of the routine business who won both the Republican and dleton. At Roseburg she was met
lievril. w ill approximate the 100 per
layed, however, because of the pos
husband live on the Clay lilies was being handled.
cent efficiency ideal.
Democratic nominations at the p ri by a number of friends, two of sibility of diverting the funds to the
The special board meeting, previ mary.
’’It is a plan whereby, in our place, was taken very ill Eriday and
whom accompanied her to Portland. Lake o' the Woods road.
opinion, the credit of the
slate rushed to the Community hospital ously ratted for Tuesday, w ill be
A. U. Rhodes of Medford, a sales Continuing the trip alone, she was
A tour of the route was made by
held tonight, Thursday.
w ill lie conserved,” said Chairman nt Medford.
man, has procured a petition blank met by Mr. W'right at Arlington.
Chairman L. M. Scott of the state
Scott. “That mailer of preservation
and w ill circulate same to secure
Mrs. W’right was a member of highway commission, R. H . Baldock,
Max Reswick and Lewis D ruyf Gold H ill Baseball Club
of credit is, to me and to the other
endorsement of his candidacy for the Class of *25, Gold H ill high state highway engineer, J a m e s
commissioners, highly important.**
who own the James Childers place
sheriff as an independent. Rhodes
Continue* W inning Streak announced during the prim ary that school, having attended the local Bromley, resident engineer, accom
Federal Aid Expected Soon
are spt nding several days in Port
school during her entire school ca- panied by President A. A. W alker,
The commission expects that $2,- land on business.
he would be an independent candi
er. She later graduated from Secretary Toney Ross and other
The Gold H ill basebull nine add date, and circulated among the vot Southern Oregon Normal and since
OGO.COO in federal aid w ill be forth
members of the local commercial
Haymond Riles son of Mr. and ed two more victories to its string ers.
coming from congress within the
has taught at Savage Creek. Ban club, Moose Muirhead and C. W.
next 30 days. H. B. Van Duzrr, ex- Mrs. John Hites received a badly
It was reported around the court croft and Roseburg.
Martin of the Beaver Portland Ce
Butte Fulls was defeated on Hie house that three and possibly four
highwny commissioner, advised the sprninrd hip one day last week
Mr. W'right is the son of Mr. and ment company of this city, Mr.
commission thul in his opinion the while working ut the rock mrushcr home lot last Thursday afternoon independents are w illing to make Mrs. J. D. W’right of Homedale. He
Sweet, and Medford and Grants
federal relief measure would pass at (iold llill ownrd by Oscar Joel- by n count of 10 to 8. and Sunday ihe sacrifice and run for sheriff, and is employe*! by the Peck Construe
Pass men also interested.
Ihe locals bested H ilt by a score of contemplate circulating petitions. tion Co. and has been stationed at
They found that about 4 miles of
7 to 5. This game was placed at Gordon Schermerhorn of Medford is Pendleton for some time. The cou
Receipt of that money w ill solve
the Sams Valley road needed to be
many of the stale highway depart
I.eRoy Cameron of
H ill H ilt.
the regular Democratic
nominee ple w ill be temporarily located at be completed, and that the stretch
The Gold H ill outfit now has a and Everett Beeson is the regular Ukiah. Oregon, but w ill make their
came to the home of his aunt, Mrs.
had been surveyed, fenced and right
The commission also has almost Kffle Birdseye lust Thursday where record of seven wins out of eight Republican nominee.
permanent h o m e at Aberdeen, of way secured and cleared ready
games played. having lost to Glen
$1,000.000 of federal aid still avail he w ill spend the summer.
The law relatives to independent Washington.
dale. Gold H ill has one win over candidacies requires that the sign
able, if it can provide the match
The young couple has the best
The state men then made the trip
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Hoomsluiter Glendale to their credit, however.
money for it.
ers of the petition total three per wishes of the entire Gold H ill com up Little Butte creek for 17 miles,
“It would lx- businesslike to issue and son. Nelson Lee. of Grants Pass
cent of the vote polled for gover munity.
finding 12 miles constructed on
bonds for this purpose under our «pent Sunday at the home of Mr. Past Noble Grand Club
nor or for president at the last gen
market road standard, 5 miles of
new plan,*' said Chairman Scott.
and Mrs. M. C. Hoomsluiter ut R i
eral election. The last general elec Another 50c Dance Here
poor country road and the remain
The plan provides for major con viera nuto park. Mr. Hoomsluiter is
tion was in 1930, so it w ill be neces
Saturday Evening der supposed to connect w ith the
struction work lo be done by con employed at Grovers creumery.
sary for the independent candidate
Butte Falls road, impassable. The
tract or force account.
for any office to procure signers
Falls road is 5 miles longer
Another 50c Dance Special w ill
C ancen in ’ lon camps would
Mrs. Victor Birdseye from here.
equal to three per cent of the total
into Lake o’ the Woods than either
erected on these jobs. Minimum Mrs. Ira Phelpa and Mrs. Percy
vote cast for governor in this coun
vilion Saturday night w ith Ike Por the Little Butte Creek route the
wages would be determined and Thomas from Hogue River were home of Mrs. Pearl Ferguson. A ft try in 1930.
Medford Chamber was supporting,
er the business of tliPm eeting was
specified, as would be maximum luncheon guests Suturday at the
The periixt for filing independent ter’s dance band furnishing their or the Dead Indian road from Ash
board charges. On those projeels home of Mrs. Charles Forsyth.
candidacies is fixed at not more than
noon quilting for Mrs. Ferguson.
Last Saturday's dance, the first land.
Ihe slate eoiild rejeel eontrnets and
100 days before the general election
It is thought a new junction for
under the new adinisison
do the work by force aecounl.
Mr. and Mrs. Hob Cook and son
date, nor less than 45 days before
Sams Valley cut-off w ill be con
charge was a huge success, with
Jobs to Be Distributed
Alva, of Gold H ill nre spending some
structed here, widening the turn
It is readily apparent that under time ut their quartz mine on the
considerably, and other minor
Those present were Mesdnines
season in attendance.
Ihe new plnn, needy and qualified right fork of Eoots Creek. Also Mr.
Local N ew * Item *
l.ily Carter, Lola Heed, Delia Kell,
W ith warm weather approaching changes and improvements w ill be
Jobless would not necessarily work It. Eddington of Galls Creek.
Olive Turner, Edith Cameron, Lucy
it is expected that the crowds w ill made on the road as now estab
In the counliis in which they live «1.
Mrs. Vclty Riles of Medford was grow steadily larger, attracted to lished.
All mi n i n. ployed under this sys-
Mrs. Pauline W ahl returned Sat Mee, Katherine Lance, Elinor Force,
visiting friends in this city Tuesday. this large open air pavilion which
tiam would be ohtnlned through urday from Medford and has been Rebecca Boss, Mabie H iltle, Evelyn
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Walker left is one of the largest dance floors Forest Lookouts
calls made upon Ihe various coun quite ill with a very severe cold.
Kale Ross, P ia rl Gray, B tlle Smith, Tuesday for Ashland to spend some in the county. Ike and his musicians
ty employment committees, to in
M ust Be Married
always have a wide range of dance
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Lance were Lulu Smith, Pearl Ferguson and Em time.
sure fairness and distribution.
In Medford Thursday afternoon ma Huff.
Mr. and Mrs. Benn and daugh numbers and the singing trios are
Laws of the forest service this
The next meeting, Thursday, June
«-ailing on Mrs. George Lance who
ters, Vera and Edna, of Weed, Cali extremely popular, and “Curly" of year require every lookout be a
Odd FeJIowa H iv e
Is a patient nt the Sacred Heart 23, w ill be held nt the home of Mrs. fornia, spent the week-end with Mr. “That’s My Weakness” fame brings married man and must take his wife
Fine Session Tuesday
and Mrs. Emmett Sutton in this down the house w ith his comic to the station w ith him. I f a fire
occurs within two miles of the
Gold H ill Lodge No. 129 met in
STOLEN CAR S T IL L MISSING
station he is required to extinguish
Bud Best who formerly made his
regular session Tuesday evening,
T IL L E R -T R A IL , L IT T L E B UTTE
it and during his absence his wife
June 14, and hud u fine session.
to Old Woodmen Building
No trace of the Oldsinohile ear
CREEK ROADS G E T S T A T E A ID
has charge of the station. M r. and
Word wits received from Grand
stolen from John Hanunersly a week near this city is quite ill in Wash
Mrs. Dean Saltmarsh and fam ily of
Lodge Ihal Brother W illard Miles of
Members of the Christian Science ago Monday evening has been found. ington where he has been working
The amount of $3,000 w ill be spent
Jacksonville went on duty at Tal-
Ashland lodge No. 45 was appoint rhureh in this city have obtained Slate police have been working on for some time.
on a survey of the Little Butte
ed D. D. G. M. anil we hope that use of the old Modern Woodman hall the case but to date have not lo
Tom Shaver, Clarence Shaver and Creek road in Jackson county, and lowbox last Monday. Others going
by next meeting we w ill know when for their regular Sunday services.
Floyd Eddings were among the Gold $15,000 was allotted in Douglas on duty later are Mr. and Mrs.
cated the machine.
he w ill Install Gold H ill loilge.
They have ealsomined Ihe walls,
H ill people who attended the Lom- for w ork on the T ille r-T ra il road Leonard Andrews of Ashland at
painted Ihe woodwork and put cur
fight at Medford Wed which is a short route from Rose Wagner Butte; Mr. and Mrs. Lee
Mrs. May Logan nnd two sons,
Winninghnm of Klamath Falls at
CARD OF TH A N K 8
tains up to the windows. The first accompanied by Mr. nnd Mrs. Chas. nesday evening.
burg to Crater Lake. In Klamath
Whiskey Peak; and Alex Schichtl
meeting in the new building was Kell, drove to Klamath Fnlls Sunday
Mrs. Mildred Campbell and daugh county $10,500 w ill be applied for
I wish to thank Ihe ball teams held last Sunday.
where Mrs. Logan and the boys are ter Ann of Forest Grove arrived work on the west side of the Fort on Dutchman's Peak.
for the $80.00 received from bene
Everyone is cordinlly invited to spending the week w ith Mr. nnd here Wednesday to make an indef Klamath highway, and $10,000 for
A crew of men worked on the
fit games for Mrs. John Logan.
attend Sunday school each Sunday I Mrs. Ray I.ogan. Mr. and Mrs. Kell inite visit at the home of Mr. and survey of the Klamath Falls-Weed
street west of the Delta cafe th i*
at 9:45 and church at 11:00 a. m.
| returned the same day
Mrs. George Meisinger.
week, widening and grading it,