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About Gold Hill news. (Gold Hill, Jackson County, Or.) 1897-19?? | View Entire Issue (June 23, 1932)
The M o it Thoroughly Read W eekly in Southern Oregon, Published in the Biggest L ittle Tow n in the State
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RANCHERiCI' t L X eL S;c.„g. Personal and First
1AKES OWN LIFE
Settlers Came to Valley
Seeking Pass to W illamette
M c C arter and
The work of clearing the rigid of
The work of clearing the right o fj
wuy for the Sums Valley secondary
highway wus start*d lust week by
Mrs. Dean Garman spent thi*
(By S. M. J.
| w ith a pack train stopped in the
Jackson county. Seven to ten men
week visiting relatives in Salem.
The first white men Io enter this 1 valley to rest their animals ano
are reported Io he employed and
Dun Herring of Medford visited vulley were probably French C ana-; while here Cluggage discovered free
Body of D. Danielson Found when the construction gets undei
ilian trappers who were working Bold nuggts in a gulch near where M en Nominated by Parent«
way this number w ill be increased friends in this city Monday.
Shattered by Dynam ite
to around fifty. .Most of the work
Fireworks at Horning’s Shark, for the Hudson Bay company f o r ! Jacksonville is now.
They staked out claims and soon
Citizens Council, New
w ill be done by residents of (lit Grants Pass.
J23 J0 His records of this company m ini.on
the Bogue Itiver und the Rogue In-1 returned with a miners outfit. The
district through which the road
Mrs. May Logan was employed al
passes and who are in need of em
S0<8,.,ed because the Indians news spread and inside
he “Grotto’’ Monday.
of this section stole the traps and month* there were one thousano
The blasted hodv of I). Danielson,
Dasha Darnell of Mulford visited contents of such traps belonging men in the Applegate valley.
SCHOOL ELECTION RESULTS
aged Gulls Creek rancher, was Geld H ill Ball Team to
Miss Maude Sutton in this city Iasi to these Canadian hunters.
They worked untiringly that w in
found about 1:45 this afternoon
ter of 1851, and no one thought ol
D irecto r for 3 Years
Play Butte Falls Sunda}
from early French voyagcurs who build.ng. Food became very scarce
about u half mile from his cabin
“Shorty’ McBcnn.ls of Phoenix
explored the mouth of the river ai and many liv id on (he meat of wiki
where he hud committed suicide.
J. N. Cornutt ..........................
A lter n week's rest tin (¡old l l i l ’ wus lu lling on friends in this city a still earlier date and called it the
The body wus discovered by John baseball team w ill resume (day thi. Sunday.
W m. H itlle ................................. <7
Bogue or Bed river, in 1853-1854 the
During the summer of 1852 foui
Murdon, Allun Paul uud Joe Shot Sunday when the aggregation Irav-
Mr. mid Mrs.
Childers slate legislature by official acts
milker, members of n searching |no - * Is to Butte Kalis to clash with the moved Into Ihe r new home on the named it Gold River hut it has never women arrived in Jacksonville and
D irecto r fo r 2 Years
until the spring of ’53 were the only
ty Hint had been out since the town team of that place. The locals highway the first of this week.
W . E. Rosa ................................ 226
been so called.
white women in the settlement. The«
news was spread by W. A. Douglas, j itoseli out thè Butte Kulls team on
H. D. Force ___ ___________ 58
In 1846 fifteen pioneers from the
Miss Ardith Combest of Seattle I
Itunielsons mighhor. litui Mr. Duo- lite home lot u short tinte ago and spending some I me with her moth Willamette valley came into this were Mrs. McCully, Mrs. Evans.
Mrs. Lawless and .Mrs. Gore, thi
ielson’s cubili wus securely p.m a dose game Is nnticipated.
D istrict C lerk fo r 1 Year
er. Mrs. Celia Combist, in this city valley in snatch of a southern molher of W. H. Gore and E. F
lockeil oli thè oulside ami litui il
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Bertha Coy _____
(icorge Meisinger who was quilt route for the immigrants. These fif Gore of Medford.
hlusl had been heard in the hiils
Evelyn Thompson .......
di last w ick has improved ccnsid
W alter Gore, now living in Cg'd
lust night, causing piopie lo lid ie ,
May l.ogan ...............................
Lindsay Appligate. Levi Scott, John fornia, was born December 3, 1853
Rates for Over Fourth
timi the old man had curried out
N. Jacobs .........
seott, Henry Bogus, Benjamin Birch and lays cla’m to being the firs
Mr. uud Mrs. Wallace T ro tter o,
his threat Hint hr would blow him
I oh a Owens, John Jones, Itoheri
Rallroa I fares for the July Fourth Grants Pass were visiting Miss Zekh- Jinilfc, Samuel Goodhue, Moses H ar white child born in the Hogue Riv
si If to pieces before he would be
Total number votes cast— 288.
period III s year w ill be the lowes* Smith in this city Saturday.
taken Io the county home.
rix, David Goff, Benlt Osborne, W il
Oregon State was so named ii
Mrs. Cul Dusenberry who has
Mr. Danielson made this Illicit! ever offered for tltul holiday, nr
Judges— Letsy M iller, Evelyn
liam Sportsman and W illiam Park
two wicks ago when Mr. Dougins cording to announcements today In )ccn quite ill for several wicks is er. The Applegates were no doub> 1851, Jacksonville a n d Jackson
Thompson, Bertha Coy.
county both derived their names
brought him to town for m edical:*^
BurkeypiD, local agent foi now somewhat improved.
the outstanding men in this grout from Gen. Jackson and on Januari
attention when tin old man fainted Southern Kite flc company,
Mrs. Hornbeck is hav ng the root for the valley and stream up which
In the largest vote ever polled at
12, 1852 by act of the legislature,
at the Douglas home. He admitted
The agent revealed plans of hi
d her l.ousc in this city ri shingled they travelled bears their name.
a school election here, Dan McCar
the county was organized.
then that he had twice taken strycii-1 enr.:p::ny for a livc-dnv excursici
ter and W . E. (Pop) Ross were
These men crossed the Cascades
N. C. Dean look up the first do
nine in an uttim pt to end his lift, I-rogram, June 30 to July 4 inclu
Frank Fink of Sardine Creek was into the Klamath country and trav- nation land claim ever located in elected by a four to one majority as
hut each time hud tuken an over sive, with Oregon and five othei i business visitor in this city Wed-1 riled from there east to the Huni-
school directors at the annual elec
valley. It is in the W illo w Springs
dose, the po'son acting as its own western state* incorporated in thi nesday.
I bolt river where Ihe^ met an im district and is still known as the tion Monday. Miss Bertha Coy, who
antidote and only making Mr. Dan score of the offer.
Clinton W alker relum ed Wednes- Ini8rant train.
This train of one Dean place by older residents. Mrs. was not opposed in the nominations
ielson very sick.
A return limit of July 12 on ai! ¡lay Io his home here after a week Iiundre«! and fifty people returned Anna Dean, who died there Octo was re-elected clerk.
The rancher, a niun in his lal? journeys has been set by the com
Contrary to reports in county ana
with them going on Io the W illam her 24, 190(1, claims the distinction
spent with friends In Ashland.
seventies, had lived alone the lust pany, I ’urkeypile said. He express
of being the first white woman to state papers, the defeated candt
two years since his son, Walter,was rd the opinion that thousands of va
dates, W. W . H ittle and H. D. Force,
In 1848 Jesse Applegate w ith other be married in the valley.
•nce White of Bogue Kiver attended
confined to the asylum at Salem. catiouists, us well us persons tak
N. C. Dean, James Cluggage and were not members of the out-going
tebekah lodge here Wednesday eve-
I'nuble Io care for himself he hud ing advantage of the three-day holi
passed through the valley on their Abel George were the first commis board, running for re-election. The
been des|>ondcut for some lime. At day w ill avail thcmelves of the los.
wuy to th i gold mines in California. sioners appointed by the Territo rial place* filled by t h i s
Mrs. Alva Cook ami children
the time Mr. Dougins brought him fares.
Yreka. California, was by this Legislature to organize Jackson were the expired term of Chairman
Io town he confided that he had
time a well established mining town county. They met March 7, 1853 and J. N. Cornutt, who did not enter the
Thursday Io spend some time with
about *26 in his possession unit
pack trains were soon passing appointed Dr. C. E. Alexander coun race this year, and the vacancy
Mr. Cook who is employed there.
when Hull wus gone hr would go, Lodge Degree Team Atked
caused by the resignation in A prif
over the Siskiyous and working ty clerk.
Mrs. Pete Smith of Grants Pass their way northward to the W il
too, hut he would use dynamite
To Be Out N ext Tuesday
Elmer Dungey, who had been
Jacksonville grew rapidly and un
was a guest of her mother, Mrs. Roy lamette.
elected last year for a two-year
Neighbors heard the blast late
In 1851 James Cluggage and Pool important town in Southern Oregon, term.
The Gold H ill lodge No. 129 I. O Cameron and fam ily in this city
last night, and feared he had car O. F. met in regular session Tuesday Wednesday.
Both the victorious candidates for
while on a trip north from Yreka, and was the county seat until 1926.
ried out his threat, hut because of evening, June 21 hilt due Io the hoi
director were placed in nomina
A porch is being built onto the
darkness did not investigate until weather there was a small attend C. A. Carey home. Mr. Carey is be.
tion by the Parents-Citizen Council
There w ill be another 50c dance
F. A. Bates Posts Bail;
this morning when they found tin ance. Next Tuesday evening, Juni ing assisted in the work by Noel
which was organized this spring
in the Gold H ill pavilion Saturday
cabin securely locked.
28 the lodge w ill pul on the first de Kellogg and Bob Millspaugh.
T ria l to Come up L ater following dissatisfaction among par
evening. Tell your friends to come
The sheriff’s office was immedi-
ents and patrons when the board
. . . grev on a brother from Central
Mr. and Mrs. H. G. H ill of Los out and enjoy an evening of danc
J '.‘1r iif Poi” < ’” *'«*• No- l#S. and the degree Angeles have moved into the former ing in the cool, open a ir pavilion.
voted to rehire Principal G. E. Mei
F. A. Bates, 74-year-old Foots
Ike Dunfortl mid two others from leant is notified Io be presi nl. There Carl R itter place on the highway
singer, but to replace Coach Paul A.
Mr. and Mrs. Butts of Redmond Creek miner, indicted by the last Angstead, coach here for the last
Medford aided by the neighbors and w ill be refreshments.
near M iller’s gulch west of this city.
Oregon, and Frank Foot, now living grand jury , for threatening to com three years.
the three Gold H ill mi n who fin
Mr. nnd Mrs. I.ogun Gardner. Miss in California, were recent callers on
ally discovered the body, begar
The new board, openly against
U. OF O. INSTRUCTOR HERE
Janet Chisholm, John Hummersly Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Livingston, here, mit a felony, and whose legal woes
Iheir grim search. Danielson had
and Richard McKay were business who are also former residents of were more or less of a political is Principal Meisinger, whose contract
placid the slicks of dynamite on n
W. It. Cressman, instructor of visitors in Medford Tuesday.
sue, was arraigned in circuit court was signed during the difficulties
log, set them off, and seated him sociology at the University of Ore
Monday morning and entered a pica arising from a walk-out by the high
E d i t h Dusenberry of Sardine
self beside it so that his body was
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Blair a.id sons of not guilty, says the Mail Tribune. school student body in protest
gon, arrived in Gold H ill Wednes Creek is employed at the Cal Du
blown almost in two by the hlusl. day Io spend a short time lookirg
drove to Klamath Falls and Chilo-
Bonds were fixed at 8500, and fur- against the board’s action regarding
A native of Sweden, Danielson a* for Indian relies on the W. W. P it- senberry home during the serious visS X
Mr l i d Mr"1“«
" ished b> k A Bank* ’ pub,isher the coach, have not made known
one lime had been a prosperous lie properly. Many relics have been illness of Mrs. C. Duseberry.
Msit with Mr. and Mrs. Revs Chap- and
„ „ -h -r d t.i and Bates’ daughter. their course of action.
watchmaker anil had had shops ul uncovered in the past on Ibis prop
Mr. nnd Mrs. Art Mullin
and man of Klamath Falls, on their re-
Their first meeting w ill be held
Mrs. Margaret Lund.
children mid Mr. and Mrs. Emmett | lurn trip.
Portland anil Sim Francisco. He bail erly.
Bates returned from the state or next Monday, June 27, at the school
lived on Galls Creek more than 30
Sutlon picnicked in Grants Pass
Mrs. Ellis has moved into her
Washington to answer the indict house, which they have designated
years, however. Mrs. Danielson died
home on the highway, which has. ment. His attorney is M. O. Wilkins as their regular meeting place.
LADIES ^klD CLEANS CHURCH
about eight years ago.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Hayes and been occupied by Mrs. G. Baker and of Ashland.
I f they choose to hire someone m
L illie Is known of his relatives.
The Ladies’ Aid of the M. E. family lefi Tuesday for Gold Beach daughter the last few months. The
T ria l of Bales w ill be when the Mr. Meisinger’s place, they w ill he
church met Thursday nt the church to spend several weeks w ith rela Bakers have moved to Yreka to petit ju ry is again called, the date confronted w ith a situation similar
spend the summer.
Io that at Butte Falls two years ago.
regular semi-monthly tives.
of which is problematical.
FEATURES DRIVE-IN SERVICE meeting. Owing to the small numhet
In that instance the incoming board
J. W . Clark received word from
Miss Ruth Byerly who has been
replaced the entire faculty who
present they cleaned the church im attending Pasadena Junior college his sister, Mrs. Emmaline Larson of Commercial Club W ill Aid
Medford's newly remodeled con mediately following the business returned Sunday evening to her Boise, Idaho, last week that she had
held contracts signed by the former
fecllonery, DcVoe’s, on East Mam meeting. The
In Cemetery Project board members. A court decision
suffered a stroke of paralysis and is
present home in this city.
across from the new courlhousc, an were Mrs. George Dorman, Mrs. W il
this spring held that the district was
Mr. May Logan anil two sons re in a serious condition. Mrs. Larson
nounccs that it Is now ready Io bur Marlin and Mrs. Lucy Mee.
The Gold H ill Chamber of Com liable for salaries for both sets of
lumed Sunday from Klamath Falls has visited her brother, here, and
Its many patrons and invites new They w ill meet next week with after spending a week there w ith w ill be remembered by residents of merce at its meeting Wednesday eve teachers.
comers Io visit it also.
Gold H ill.
Mrs. George Dorman.
ning appointed a committee Io aid
Mrs. I.aura G. Pierce, o w n ir and
Mr. and Mrs. George Green and
Mrs. Jim Clement and children in an efforl Io organize a cenietci)
C. IL Bigelow, manager, are proud
daughters of Yakima, Washington,
PIERSOLLS HAVE BABY GIRL
daughters, June und Yvonne were
of their new f'xtures. booths and
were ugests of Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
visiting relatives in Grants Pass Iasi several weeks w ith Mr. Clement, Point and I. O. O. F. cemeteries.
fountain mill add Hint their patrons
who is employed nt a mine near
The plan Is to appoint commit Force in this city Friday. They were
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Piersoll of Ibis week.
w il enjoy the new feature—the city are the proud parents of a 7-lb
enroute from Southern California to
Mr. and Mrs. Doty, Mrs. It. J. there. They were accompanid by tees from various organizations of their home.
drlve-ln service which enables you
Mrs. T. A. Robinson the city Io work together on this
daughter. Winona Buth, born Satur >IIBspa"..gh. M « .\v iib u r ‘’ Marlin ami Bi'!
Io remain in your car and be day, June 17, nl their home here.
Frank Doty were guests of Mr. and nnd son, Junior, nnd granddaughter, matter. Toney Ross, M. D. Bowers NEW ROXY THEATER OPENS
Both mother and daughter are get Mrs. Neil Doty in Klainath Falls Betty Lou.
and R. E. Blankenhurg were ap
IN MEDFORD THIS FRIDAY
ting along satisfactorily under the Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Crowley, of pointed as a committee from - the
Support Your Home Paper. care of Mrs. Ditn Doran.
Henry, South Dakota, railed on Commercial club. Mr. Ross has se
Mr. and Mrs. H arry Childers re
The New Roxy theater, the suc
Editor and Mrs. R. E. Blankenburg cured information from the city of
turned Saturday from Crescent City
for a short visit Saturday. The Ashland concerning their cemetery cessor to the Isis theater, in Med
after some time spent there while
ford, opens Friday, June 24 in the
T O T H E V O T E R S O F D IS T . NO. 57
Mr. Childers was doing carpenter
r?u,e f!'°,n tbe association and it is thought a simi
fine new building recently complet
.os Angeles where they w ill lar plan w ill be adopted here.
work for O. C. Stanwood.
On the occasion of the School Election last
ed just across from the location of
¡spend several days before returning
Mrs. Irving Rivelt und daughter. to Dakota. The Crowleys were very JUNE BIRTHDAYS OBSERVED
the Isis at Bear Creek bridge.
Monday you wicre positive, dignified, courteous
Leorn, und Miss Gussle Hackharlli enthusiastic about Oregon and Ils
The premier picture is “Shanghai
and courageous in registering your wishes by
BY REBEKAHS WEDNESDAY Express” starring Marlene Dietrich
of Sacramento are spending the scenery.
means of your ballots.
week here ns guests of Mrs. Roy
and Clive Brook and w ill be shown
Mrs. George Hammersly, daugh
The local Rebi kalis held their
Centers anil family,
We feel greatly honored in having been chos
both Friday and Saturday eveninga
ter Jeanne, son Bill, nnd Herbert regular inerting in the I. O. O. F
at this popular price movie house,
en in such a decisive manner at this time. Wc
Cleon Caldwell of Florence, Orc I Lingren came Saturday from Brook
hall Wednesday evening. After the
gon, left Friday for his home after j , , # , after spending a week there business meeting refreshments were admission being only 10c and 15c.
thank you for conferring this honor upen us and
The new theater is a fine exam
• week s visit with his uncle, and geltJilg established in their home at
take this occasion to assure you that you arc de
served and a social evening speni
ple of modern theater architecture,
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. C lio Gilchrist, the mining camp where Mr. Ham
In honor of members whose birth
serving of our positive efforts to give you results
having a spacious auditorium w ith
of this city.
mersly is employed. Bill returned day anniversaries are in June. The
sought for in the affairs of the school.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McElfresh and there Sunday and Mrs. Hammersly honor members were Mrs. C orrli well arranged seating and one of
the latest cooling and ventilating
' Again wc thank you.
son, Gilbert, of Redmond, Oregon, drove back on Wednesday. Jeanne Puhi and Mrs. Edith Cameron.
stopped here Friday for a short w ill remain here w ith her grand-
dan c arter
vlslt with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Living pnrents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Clark
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