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T he J acksonville M iner
Jacksonville, Oregon, Friday, October 6, 1933
TALE ROPES IN
5c a Copy
But You Really Oughta
Applegate to Have
$10 Award Going But ||fi| I V 11ARIAPFD Homely, Covered With
Second CCC Camp Not Gone Says Donor HULL I IvIfUvfWLn picas> Dog Is Example
for Worshipped Man
The Applegate is to have another
Ten round, heavy silver dollars
the price of many a needed ar
C.C.C. cainp this winter.
It is said that true beauty lies in
The 966 Company, Clift Springs tlcle or cherished luxury await
the simple things of life.
the response of southern Oregon
camp from Silver I-ake will be pioneers at the Verne Bhangle
simple creatures, too, often display
Art (HIc) Powell, that long drink
some of life’s most beautiful emo
moved to Carbury for winter quar- studios in Medford, Judge F. L. I
of 8.1 from over Central Point way.
put In hi» throe knocks for "Ixmls’* Lem Wilson Figures in More
‘Expose* of Fox Business Prac
Picture for a moment a quiet,
company, who will form part of I The award, offered to the per
In lust week's American. And hero
Buffalo Hunt Stories in
warm fall afternoon. Atop a small
trees Requested; Miner
we always thought he wus a boost
the new camp |*ersonnel, rei*orted greatest number of pioneers In an
knoll stands the schoolhouse, red
er and not a km.ik-ir!
bricks radiating heat fn the sun.
for duty Monday, arriving by truck. old photograph on display at the
There is a quiet hush over the
Another article, one of a series
There has been some wonder-1 grounds; there are many footprints
Art, It will bo remembered, criti written in collaboration with J. A detachment of men from Camp I Medford studio, as yet Is unclaim
just why, and signs of habitation, but the
cised Jacksonville for her Hold Wright
vv I Iglll
buffalo Applegute Is working tills week to
Rush Jubilee and still bemoans the hunter, In which reference Is made clear the camp site, a densely who has entered a list of names. The .Miner has chosen to suddenly outside Is strangely deserted.
More than a hundred pillars of ■ kid the Holly theater on its open
fact he was unable to got drunk to an old Jacksonville resident, wooded flat on the south bank of
A low murmur of sounds Issue
------- fn some quarters,
In our fair city.
(Art called It Lem Wilson, la reproduced this Hturgess Fork east of the Hturgesa southern Oregon are shown In the j __
through the open schoolhouse doors
long photo, which pictures a meet- I t too, “
there may ' have been criticism as several hundred students scrawl
IJNfuIr as he loft town stone week.
■ng of the Pioneers of Southern oi thi; new7paw In^the Vt^nd’lt
sober last August.)
lie refers to
Ixim, modest beyond words, has
Major Clair Armstrong of the Oregon at the Jacksonville court has taken But The Miner is con huge figures on blackboards, wave
us as "the wild Jackass from the been hiding his buffalo hunting Medford district headquarters visit house years ago
their hands wildly when an an
fident that when all the story is
peorarles of Texas'* In his editor glory under a basket, but, through ed the camp site Tuesday, passing
Those who would like to spend known criticism will dwindle as swerable question Is asked and
ial column, we supisise, because we cooperation with the Brady, Texas, his approval on the location, and
browse sleepily behind propped
remembrance rapidly _
as the Holly theater's „ Ml
hnd addressed him ns "Brother" Standard, The Miner Is able to re making assignment of buildings for a while in pleasant
The halls of the
gazing into images of faces of tendance has the fore part of this ' study books.
Powell the week before.
| school are deserted too, but cloak
print another Installment which the permanent camp
former friends should drop into-----
' rooms bulge with hats, coats and
first appeared in Fumi and Ranch,
Recruits will number 200, all Shangle's Medford office, or Into
The Holly theater management, ' lunch boxes. There is the sound
Also, while the meeting In In dis Dallas. Texas.
Oregonians, and like Camp Apple the Marble Corner In Jacksonville- over
its signature, published the of a floor creaking as a teacher
order, we'd like to offer Arthur
The author's true experiences, gate. construction of the buildings
(HIc) Powell n drink of sneer beer which often were shared by the will be done by civilian carpenters to scan and identify, for the |10 following advertisement fn a Med softly opens and closes a door and
just a year ago
for his * Insinuations about our well-known Jacksonvllllan, follow: Lumber will start arriving next one who most accurately can name
disappears up the wooden stairs.
claim to have actually worked last
Quiet, serenity and relaxation
In November, following the com-1 Monday
The Clift Spring boys persons decked out in 1900 apparel
We weren’t raised In Ing of the great herd, my brother will arrive here as soon as it is and expressions.
re'gn the outer portals of the
that old school of hell box journal John camo west to join me in the possible to evacuate their old camp
school, although many young monds,
"We feel that the drastic change
ism our esteemed Central Point new enterprise of buffalo killing. I which probably will be In another
About nine times of 10 a mem In admission prices announced to unseen, are busy with problems,
competitor has known all his life. Upon his arrival In Dodge City, he week, and will use tents until per ber of the intelligentsia is one who
dreams, plans and study. A cross
day calls for an explanation. We
"Work" to us always meant some went to Rath's store and asked: manent struc.ares ure erected. Lo
would go hungry if he were not have made it our policy never to section of young America growing
thing more than reaching across "Do you know a fellow by the name cation for their winter work will
sup|>orted by a moron.—Thomaston publicly criticize our competitor, up and fitting itself for the job Its
the type case for four letters.
parents now Uave.
be on Brush creek.
of J Wright Mooar?”
and unbusiness-like methods em
But this does not complete the
“Yea," sul<l Rath, ”1 know him.
ployed by them during the past few picture.
Art. It should be known, is a Ho Is out a few miles at his camp,
At the main entrance,
months have been overlooked. quiet as death itself, lies a brown
Scotchman, who for years was an but will be here In about three days
However, in this instance we feel and black dog—more mongrel than
Infidel because there wan no Free with u load of hides and meat."
justified in making this statement anything else—jaw resting on fore
Methodist church tn hla neighbor
"Well. I'm his brother."
so as to acquaint the people of the paws. jmtlently awaiting the hour
hood. And his nose, like his neck-
Glad to meet you.
community with certain facts.
ties, la hnnd picked.
when the old building’s classes will
"Apparently no longer able to burst forth Into a flood of talking,
While waiting for me. John put
White attempting to defend our- up at the little hotel and spent the
By MAUDE POOL
how to wash dishes on mountain meet fair competition In a fair laughing, running and skipping
selves against u conspiracy of in time seeing the strange sights of
If ever you're off on a pleasure tops, so for one day in a woman’s manner. Fox West Coast theaters youth released from another day’s
ferior weekly editors about the tho frontier town. The tough, heav-. jaunt and get half way home be life dish washing was taboo.
. have devised
, a - plan
Then the physical exercise after
J4 i v!'**ir.a.t1,l attr.?L,,t i° m°noIY>
county, we'd better get tho jump By slx-shootcred men. wagons load fore It dawns on you that there Is
The dog, "Buster,” admirer of
on "Ham" Hamilton of the Med ed with hides and meat, long trail one place you haven't been, don't lunch! Of course there was a rock ,; lize the entire film market in Melvin, Merl and Bobbie Miller, but
ford Nows, who warned us tho outfits
garden and flower pots at home
who could belong to any young
railroad fall to go back—
It might bring a lot of things already overflowing, but- half of the . dent competition, thereby forcing ster anywhere in the world, stays
other day he just found out we fell gangs, desperadoes, officers of the
on our head when young. You see. law. soldiers, cowboys and Indians like trodding on California's soli, geological and botanical make-up , the closing of these independent by the door, hour by hour and day
It was thia way: A youngster fell made a motley moving show that knowing about
darning socks, of the mountain just must be pre theaters. They have done this even by day. while his masters are hid
on his head all right, but Ham has held his attention and caused the working a zipper over time, being pared fer the homeward trek though It seems their present pol den in the mysterious wilderness of
the unhappy faculty of judging hours to imihh quickly.
But that is getting ahead Every specimen of sedum, roots, icy and Investment cannot accom- No Dog’s land, Tolerantly polite
everyone by himself.
and it really la a long . seeds, and other high altitude ; modate and exhibit all of these while a passing stranger stoops to
One day he noticed a claim house
takes the day to j growths. including mossy rocks ( pictures, yet it deprives other rub hfs fur, the dog’s whole-souled
on the prairie some distance from
We kind of kidded the News the edge of town. He wandered ramble by Chevrolet to the dizziest (providing they didn't upset the , theaters of the opi>ortunity to ex interest is very plainly in his pa-
headline writer for permitting a nut to It and hoard voices inside. heights of the Siskiyou range.
winter home of lady-bugs) was hibit these pictures and continue tlent waiting.
mining atory full of brass nuggets r:elng a tenderfoot he did not real-
Tho party Included Ranger I>ee garnered to fill a kettle and knap- operation.
The afternoon sun beats down,
"We believe such acts to be crickets sing their late summer
to get on tho front page. We sup I Ize the danger of "butting in” on Port, commander and Instigator of ' sack.
pose this week he will burst forth the people's affairs In the land of the trip; Mrs. Port, who had the
The visitors, sensing the calm,
hymn and the rest of the world
with a treatise on how Jacksonville outlaws; and getting no response welfare of the party at heart; Mrs. the peace, the awful lonliness of ; ance with ethics of American busi- seems far away, but this dog,
backyard miners atari digging at to his knock, he pushed open the C. C. Buck, who was ready to go life away from the rest of the ness and it warrants, we feel, the which
of most faithful and regular attend
.the far end of their tunnels and door and looked in on a strange back again the next day; and a cub world, came to believe what hair whole-hearted
work toward the surface, always performance. Two men wore busi reporter from the Miner office raising things can happen even in
ant, lies at the outer door waiting
throwing the dirt behind them ao ly engaged in the peculiar occu showing lack of common sense in the wilderness when Mr. Schlchtl Independent theater would leave for his life’s interest to reappear
they won’t have ugly piles of gravel pation of painting a white horse general. Dutchman's peak was the pointed out a rock a few feet away
from the Impenetrable building so
stacked around on their lawns.
Incentive in view.
from the house which had been condition that Medford knows from they can be together again as they
It was Friday, and with the split by lightning late in the sea experience is not satisfactory.
kick up dust down the village
The tenderfoot immediately gave
"Fortunately, however, the Holly streets, cut through lots overgrown
Wo welcome the threatened on voice to hts amazement.
He also showed a
"What gradual ascent Into the high moun son of 1928.
slaught of Moore Hamilton, how are you doing?”
tains a warm, cloudy morning hemlock tree that had been burn-
with weeds, throw sticks into apple
to continue operation for some
Any newspaperman that
The mon. startled, looked upon changed Into tho gray, dripping ,ed by lightning during that storm time and is not one of the un trees or chase a wandering cat.
pounds out jingles tor. better, tho Intruder with a deadly intent chill of a foggy day. Then above 1 when the electric charge sent a
Parents n.ay come and go about
jangles) by the ream should bo ness for a moment, hut saw he was the fog clouds came the sunshino shower of sparks over his house as fortunate theaters forced to close their business while their children
by this proceedure of Fox West are entrusted to the care and pro
easy to handle
liiothcr, can you a harmless tenderfoot. This prob sifting through the tree tops on snow was falling fn a dense fog.
spare a rhyme?
At last the party boarded the Coast; but our plans have been tection of the district’s faculty, but
ably saved his life. Finally one of a group of sightseers awed with
somewhat upset' by this sudden this half-caste, homely dog main
the men answered: "We stole this | the simple grandeur of the high . trusty Chevrolet again and pro-
Let's see, isn't it FOOL'S gold horse down on Rattlesnake creek mountains. Because the good ship , ceded merrily on the homeward move on their part in which they tains his position as near the side
they call that stuff that sucks in last night, and we are going to Chevrolet clamored for water, the | journey, basking In the content seem to seek to close our theater of his beloved companions as he
i rather than to continue to face dare. His vigil is broken only by
the amateurs over in this country? paint him black and sell him back ladles of the party, armed with a ment of a grand day.
3.99 per cent beer bottle picked up
If so, someone In Medford certain to his owner."
But halt! The day had not been | competition.
the occasional necessary scratch
"We are, therefore, taking this ing of a flea-bite as he uncon
along the roadside and a good old- complete after all. and the party
ly gave Ham a wonderful vacuum
Tills they actually did.
method to meet the competition
Three days later I came in with fashioned coffee pot as water con retraced their way for two miles or presented by these unfair tactics sciously shows man the finer points
of faithful devotion and patience.
thirty-six hundred pounds of meat
Wo see by press dispatches that* which I sold for three cents per mile or so to Chappel Springs. Yellow Jacket ridge to Perk's pas and solicit the support of this com
The passerby, noticing, can ap
That walk in the deep silence of ture over a road just in the making
KO AC, Oregon's state-owned sta pound.
preciate the real story binding to
erate our theater. We feel that gether a well-worn schoolhouse, an
tion and the only one, perhaps, in
1 camped on the prairie about a the hills could have reached per that made the rest of the day pretty
the northwest that doesn't break mile from town, and John came fection but for two obstacles. tame. Carrying the coffee [>ot and you would not like to see Medford's autumn afternoon and a dog rest
tin Its time with "this program is out to the wagon with me after we Somebody brought up the subject beer bottle full of water for the finest theater forced to close its ing quietly against the front door.
coming to you through the courtesy had had supper at the hotel. As of Siberian Ice cream of which raging Chevie was not so easy. doors because of such unjust act The observer will know, intuitive
of the Cheapso Soap company," la we tnlked, I made down my bed In there was none around, and also Thick as the Brush Marines are in ions.
ly, why dogs are thought of as
barred from broadcasting games on tho grass and crept between the the truth was exposed that some the woods, they could be thicker I "We assure you that the type and man’s best friend.
its own gridiron. That exclusive blankets. John, after some ques folks don’t know the end of the and come in handy, because after quality of entertainment at our
right has been sold to a coast oil tions and misgivings, because this road when they see it.
four courageous motorists had roll- theater will not decline with the
On the base of Dutchman’s peak ed a massive stump from the road, price of admission and that for
company. Wonder If there In any was his first night tn the open,
connection between high education pulled off his shoes and crept in after a hazardous flight through and attempted to move another the price of admission, you will
not be able to equal our programs
and high finance?
beside me. The camp bed of the road construction under way by with failure, which meant the anywhere.
At a regular semi-monthly meet
We do this to solicit
frontiersman was a thing of art.
The odds seem to he against any A tarp was spread upon the grass, ! after all, pushing a sedan around mile, a kind hearted Marine show your support until such time as ing of the Jacksonville Chamber
and of Commerce held here Monday
state-owned radio station ever the blankets spread upon it and to the tune of some good loud ed up and offered his assistance ft government
night, it was voted to continue the
building Itself Into popularity. the tarp was drawn back over the blasting is all in the day's events.: needed!
The breath-taking ascent of the
KOAC la unique In that it is one; top and carefully folded in at the
But anyway, at Perk’s guard sta been completed, which will, we feel Wednesday night soirees in the old
certain, stop Fox West Coast from hotel building so long as they pay
(Continued on page four)
The sleeper then crawled I old mountain peak, on foot, found | tion hidden in the wild canyon of proceeding
under this their way. Although scant profit is
in at the head of his bed and drew
being realized on the affairs, social
the tarp end ontlrely over his head
worth of the soiree is considered
homebody in his bedroom slippers
thus encasing him. shutting out the
Medford should be conducted on a | justification for their continuance,
cold and prowling animals or
of a vast expanse of far away some of the old fashioned welcome I fair competive basis, you will con members decided.
Next regular meeting of the
demn the policy of the Fox hteaters
John crept in with his trousers mountain ranges, while below,1 bestowed by grandmother in the
The pound of hoofbeats, the rip on. but soon found the bed so snug | decked in the soft colors of an old days; Ervin proudly showed and give your entire support to chamber will be Monday, October
ple of sinewy, graceful muscles on and warm, in spite of the Novem artist's choosing, lay Silver Fork two stocking darners he had carv the Holly and other independent 16, President Duke Lewis said.
some of the coast’s beat horseflesh ber chill, that he had to shed them. basin dotted with cattle shrunken ed from a white willow, and even theaters in Medford.
will be seen at the Medford fair- Two Inches of snow fell during to mere specks in the hazy dist-j more proudly displayed his darn
It was several months following
ing, which outclassed many a fem
grounds Saturday and Sunday, the night, and when the tarp was i ance.
the printing of the above article!
Then to bring the picture within inine effort to mend.
October 7 and 8.
(Continued on page two)
Much too often just a pleasant
Each day. starting promptly at
closer range, there was the delic
There were things to see out that the Holly, too. succumbed—
ious hot chocolate awaiting four doors, too. Ervin called attention it said—to the deadly competition mirage weeks away, real profit in
1:30 p. m., there will be three full
A new tee age Is said to threat weary travelers at the summit of to his flower garden, a tiny wild of Fox theaters. That was Decem the Saturday night dances in Jack
hours of racing, interspersed with
sonville has again become a real
bucking exhibitions, Roman exhi en the world, but this may merely Ditchman, to say nothing of the mustard flower and a dog fennel ber 11, 1932.
About nine months later, how- ity the last two weeks, since the
bitions and other stunts, featuring be a seasonal rumor startod by rest of the luncheon consisting of plant struggling under the door
riders from some of I ho north tho coal man.—Weston leader.
advent of a beer garden, having
clam chowder and high golden bis step.
Otherwise showing an ap
west’s biggest shows.
In justice to the noble red man cuits that were not long In disap preciative nature, Mr. Lewis has reopened by the same interests seen the largest crowds for months
are being sponsored by several of it may be well to point out that pearing the way of al) good things. preserved the wild ferns growing that were accused of such business exclusive of jubilee night.
practices—Fox West Coast, now
southern Oregon's faithful home the term, "Cherokee Strip,” car- Alex Schicht) may be a first class in a neatly swept door yard.
Al Stewart and his Royal Ore
fanclofs and should draw a large, rled no reference to an Indian nud- lookout, but he knows, too. how to
Even tho Ervin's invitation to Fox Evergreen in the northwest gonians have been furnishing the
1st colony.—Weston Leader.
music with an eight-piece orches
appease lusty appetites. More than remain for supper was mighty
Slight tinting of nails is said by that he knows how to keep visitors hard to resist, that terrible road trolled by Fox interests. But the tra, and rearrangement and remod
Uncle Sam’s problem is that ao Emily Post to be in good taste, feeling good after a meal — with a back up the mountain called to get former Holly management has been eling of the hall's Interior has
many of his i>eople are found want but ours we never bite.—Weston merry ha ha and a twinkle of blue going before dark, so it was called strangely silent about this. It even added room and convenience to the
(Continued on page three)
popular Saturday night rendezvous.
eyes he tells them they don’t know a day without further ado.
’CATERS TOUR HOME HILLS FIRST;
GUARD’S MALE COOKERY SAID OKEH
Chamber Commerce to
Keep Weekly Soirees
Scene of Horse Races
Saturday Night Dances
See Increased Profits
S*MATTER POP— A Noodle Is Substituted
By C. M. PAYNE