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But You Really
T he J acksonville
^The Sheet That’s in the Pink”
JACKSONVILLE, OREGON, FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1934
All of Story Not
Told Says Littell Alice A. Sargent
of Recent Arrest Dies Yesterday
That a story printed in The
Miner some weeks ago failed to
paint the entire picture, and there
by cast undeserved reflection on
his official acts wax the view of
City Marshal James Littell of
The incident occurred when Spi
der Fields, a former local boy, be
came involved In several fights one
Saturday night «luring a dunce.
Th«- Miner stated that Marshal
Litell hud been asked to lock up
Flelils, hut did not The part that
should I; ive been added, according
to Littell, wax I hut when the re
quest w is ma«l<- that he lock up
Fields. 1« , specification was mad«-
that Fields b«- released after the
dunce Littell stated he has no au-
lh< rlty to release i man after an
Hi test has been mi «te, and II- i<-
f< ie old not lock up Flelils
latter that evening, when Mur-
shul Littell states he was In an
other part of town, Fields started
a row on the street nis first out
side the hall and state police, be
ing nearer, naturally made the ar
Mrs. Aller Applegate Har-
grnt, well known and be-
loved pioneer resident af
.linkson vllie, «lied at her
home In this city Thursday
afternoon nt the advanced
ag«> of H2 years. Mrs. Apple
gate wax a member of one
of southern Oregon's oldest
pioneer families, the Apple
gates, and had been residing
In Jacksonville for u number
of years past, foilowing resi
dents* at various army posts
us the wife of Colonel Sar
gent, who died here several
Both Mr. and Mrs. Sargent
were loyal friends of th«- old
mining town and fought hard
for th«* Interests of the com
munity nearest the famous
family name. All pioneers of
southern Oregon, and all
others who were fortunate
enough to know Mrs. Sar
gent. will mourn deeply the
loss of the grand old neigh
bor and authoress.
First military rites ever to
be held for a woman will be
accord«*d the <l«-e«-ascd Sun
day, March 4, at Jackson
ville cemetery at 2 p.m., with
arrangements In charge of
Perl Funeral home. Oregon
nutlonul guardsmen will fire
the lust salute to a beloved
pioneer under the command
of Sergeunt Andrus Smith,
of this city.
' night, and the public is cordially
(¿range to Present
Invited to attend. The Gleemen
(¿leemen in Free sold tickets for their concert at
Falls recently, and Ap
Concert March 9th Klamath
plegate people are urged to take
People of the Applegate com ad vantage of their opportunity to
munity will be given a rare privi* I hear the Gleemen here as guests
I lege Friday evening, March 9, of the Grange. A dance will follow
; when they will be able to listen to | the concert, with the music fur
i a free concert by 50 or 70 mem- nished by the Gleemen. Lunch will
I hers of the M«?dford Gleemen. | be served, and since a large crowd
which has been arranged by the is expected, the chairman of the
| Applegate Grange.
home economics committee has
The Grangers are holding an asked every lady attending to
open meeting at the hall on that bring two dozen sandwiches
TYPESETTING MACHINE, OTHER
EQUIPMENT SET UP; PRESSES
TO BE MOVED HERE TOMORROW
Open house, to Introduce the
new Jacksonville Miner plant to Pardon Us While We
southern Oregonians, will be held
one week from tomorrow, Satur Comb the Press and
day, March 10. At that time every Type Out of Our Hair
department of the new shop Is ex
pected to be in smooth operation
For more than a week stark
I and an Interesting exhibit of both I drummer has been enacted in
newspaper and commercial print- ¡ the long ; storeroom in the old
' ing will be prepared for visitors. I K. Kubli building in Jackson-
Coming as a companion move to viile, for a
i new printing plant
When ALL the people pay a tax
the addition of J. W. Peckham to is in the « worst throes of being
on the money they s|»end, that tax
the staff as business manager, The assembled I and pressed into
can’t be very far wrong. Th«* sales
Miner has launched into the as service.
tax does this. The proof of a tax
sembling of a complete newspaper
Parts of printing presses,
is in Its collectibility, and the sales
There is so much difference between theory and and job printing office located in wiring,
gas lines, switches, type
tax Is collectible.
next door to Cole-' cases, cabinets, saws, hammers,
practice it is a wonder people can keep any decent set Jacksonville
man’s hardware In the old K. nails, machinists, freight, insur
Marriage Is like any other insti
of ideals throughout a lifetime. We teach our young Kubli
building until recently occu ance and general hysteria have
tution. Trouble comes from the
by Frank Zell and his antique added themselves to the regular
sters in school the greatness and the justice of a demo pied
people who are in It
It will add another new busi docile tasks of getting out a
cratic form of government and then, on the outside, shoo.
ness establishment to this city’s weekly newspaper and pages of
It can never I m * said the coun
main street, and will facilitate The Miner this week undoubt
we groan, scheme and connive to get even a faint echo greatly
try printer has failed to cooper
the handling of more news edly will reflect the upheaval in
ate with the tdowing-under move.
and display advertising through the tranquil job of newsgather
For years village editors have
The Miner office, as well as place ing.
smeared themselves with Ink and
printing equipment at the disposal
As an apology, the staff of
filled the air with blue lunguage
Theoretically, our candidates for various posts are of residents of this section. It has The Miner asks your tolerance
as they peel about every other [Hi
a number of years since Jack this week and promises that
per off the rollers.
chosen by the people. But in practice, we have to follow been
sonville has supported a newspa when the new plant is running
a rather haphazard weeding out process of the so- per plant, and The Miner, after smoothly the paper will see a
W«> xiip|H>se It might be termed ' Graders Win County
two years of being printed in better day, editorially and from
a inoral lisp when a man says he
least desirable. Voters are victimized by schem Medford,
has reached that stage a news standpoint, than ever
will die for hlx country when he I Championship; to Go
ers, made to tolerate misfits who can make a success of development which justifies an before in its short history.
really means lie.
independent shop of its
to Falls for Playoff
So if you see greasy, dishev
of no other business, in their effort to select public entirely
eled boys running around Jack
It «wm» that, because the army ;
servant^. Any person with a vocal chord and a small Already a factory rebuilt Inter sonville with a wad of wrench
aviators were called upon to do I The Jacksonville grade school
line casting machine has been es. parts, wires, rtring and pink
something, a few crackups are | iMiSkl't bull team has just com-
fee can file as a candidate and muddle up a well-ordered type
installed and this week's news paper under their arms, you
termed "legalized murders.” The pleted its local schedule with its
matter has been composed on this will know why The Miner is
commercial airline that fit«-« twentieth victory in mm many
unit. A new selection of type faces having labor pains this week.
through Medford to Portland from starts By virtue of Its long string
This spring Jackson county will face approximately for
the Intertype, and for hand-set
We’ll be seeing you-all about
San Francisco alone has recently of victories over all secondary
the same problem as during the primary of two years display, has been made, and all a week from Saturday.
killtxl more ¡»copie than all the grade schools and eighth grade
new equipment 1s ready for
army fliers have, but then there teams from Medford uml Ashland
ago, which culminated in great financial loss to the this
use this week. A power saw, cap
wax no sniping at the ¡»resilient ' junior high schools. the locals have Fifth Applegate
taxpayers simply because they listened to “tax re able of cutting and trimming met A pplegate Cattlemen
available by plastering THAT all | laid claim to the grade school
Sunday School Is
slugs, has been installed, as
over the editorial [»ages of republi championship of southwest Ore
ducers” and their vicious lies. Subtle innuendo, out al
have been cases, type, stones, Return to Vaccination
right fibs that appear as the truth, will be filling the counters and everything but two After 15 Year Lapse
The boys will journey to Klam-
presses, which have been pur-,
Simple people do complicated uth Falls on Friday. March 9. in
again. Old issues and brand new models will be chased
and which will be moved to
With four Sunday sch<x>ls and a
things, while smart people do the an attempt to bring the Altamont
several calves found dead
Indians’ scalps to dry in the local Christian Endeavor society to the clouding the uninformed voters’ minds and again any Jacksonville over the week-end. on With
the range this year with what
Next week’s Miner will be a prod
wigwam Th«* boys from Altamont credit of the Applegate commun thing—and the wrong thing—can happen.
a fifth Sunday school opened
uct of the Jacksonville plant in is believed to have been blackleg,
When a man starts handing claim th«* championship of Klam- I ity. Little
the stockmen of the Applegate are
Applegate Sunday, which
Our democratic form of government is just fine, its entirety, and next week-end vaccinating
himself bouquets, y«»u can bet your alh c«»unty and will prove a real at
young cattle for
doors will be thrown open in a
organized by Mrs. A. 8 Klein-
last <lcflat«*d dollar they aren’t hurdle for the locals, due to the was
but sometimes it certainly grinds out some unrecog formal invitation to all residents the disease at the marking
tablished. following a visit to the nizable misfits. Where a half dozen capable, worthy of the county to inspect the plant ing time this spring. Only the
ath consolidated school system.
cattle, principally from six
Thia season's showing Is the. community u short time ago from candidates will file for the available offices, there al and see for themselves how their young
It's just a simple matter of word
to two years of age, are
arrangement to say habits break result of three years work in grade field worker for the Presbyterian
"the” comes out to be “hte” when susceptible m the disease. Vaccin
a man or a man breaks habits, schisil athletics here. Two years 1 churches In southern Oregon, and ways will be (at least in this county) a dozen more the
ated cattle are distinguished by
paper is delivered.
but there is a world of difference ago the local graders won one I Rev. S. M Jones, pastor of the who, because of their misshapen ideas concerning
This week The Miner Is carrying their bobbrtJ tails in order that
game in 10 I^ast year they won I
(Continued on page two)
in the season calves may be
just 50 per cent of their contests. ; Jacksonville Presbyterian church. themselves and their own importance, leap into the a special section of editorial write later
which are too young at the
ranking third in the county. The I The following officers will serve: race to trip the fleet while some of their own number ups of Medford business and pro treated
fessional men who are cooperating present.
Mrs. A. 8. Kleinhammer, super
in launching the paper on a safe
Burning or proper Durial is the
son ax three of the six regulars! intendent; Mrs Glenn Saltmarsh, lumber across the finish line to an unearned victory.
course, while next week, when method advised of disposing of tt|f
secretary-treasurer; Mrs. Fred
animals dyiH^* t ram the' disease,
The boys who, through their West, organist Teachers. Mrs.
agonies of moving and installa since germs, carried through feed
hard work and lighting spirit have Kleinhammer, Bible class; Mrs in the county able to enter the race and throw it off tions
81 BIRTHDAYS come
them, a special edition and water, are left by the decom
through such a successful Harold Crump, intermediate, and balance without so much as qualifying for a grade will be behind
printed and distributed.
posing remains. Vaccinating has
season are Jim Stone, Fred Metz Mrs. Fre«l West, primary. Owing
In the meantime, visitors are not been practiced on the Apple
ger, Stuart Forbes. Shelley Uttell, to a lack of young people for the school education, it is little wonder a good man hesi welcomed
at the shop at any hour. gate since over 15 years ago. al
The last few years have wrought Flincr Robinson ami Bud Mitchell. intermediate class, that group will tates to enter the picture. A candidate who will be
Inverted nail kegs and the custo though stockmen of the Rogue
merge with the Bible class for the
many changes in our country and
prcMi-ot Until the regular supplies worth two cents to the people must join an army of mary box of sawdust will be pro river valley vaccinate annually.
in our community, and when some
vided soon as possible.
arrive in April, lesson material and
Cattlemen here are filling out
thing occurs in our midst which ’(¿ate Horses Headed
the application blanks for graz
song bOOM will be supplied red-nosed morons who don’t know enough to keep out
causes us to stop short in dismay,
for Spring Roundup through the courtesy of the Jack of the public eye. A decent man must bear the brunt GIRLS MAY NOW EARN JHS ing permits this month, which are
we sometimes wonder what is
sonville church. Sunday school will
sure. dependable or worthy of our
LETTERS AS RESULT OF NEW to be returned to Ranger Lee Port
tmst. The only sure way to judge
Something new in the annual ac convene at 10:30 a m at the Little of lies and slander—all for a chance at a public office ADOPTION OF POINT SYSTEM instead of to the forest supervisor
at Medford as formerly.
a man or his business is by their tivity of local cowboys and bronco Applegate school house.
which is underpaid and overabused.
With 24 present last Sunday,
past records, and The Toggery, busters is «x-anrring this spring in
The point system for earning
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with a 31-year record In Medford, the round-up of about 25 wild workers feel greatly encouraged,
school letters, which originated at
under the same management, horses on the cattle range. The and see possibilities for a large least pay some attention to a candidate’s real worth in Oregon biate college and the uni The Miner Has a
forest service has ordered the Sunday school, that vicinity hav
stands ready to be Judged
versity of Oregon, has been adop
TO the people of Medford, The range freed of the horses, and ac ing become thickly settled during the office he seeks, it looks as though the misfits in ted by the Girls' Athletic club of
New Type Dress
every other walk of life will clutter up election ballots Jacksonville High school to en
Toggery lx not only a store for
supporting Sunday schools here
men. it is an Institution a friend began March 1.
How do you like our new
Owners began the round-up in are Beaver creek, Applegate. and obscure the few really worthy candidates who are earned by playing basketball, vol
ly atmosphere prevails and wheth
dress? The Miner appears this
er you want a new suit or a bit of the Muddy country on Uttle Ap Thompson creek and Murphy; available.
ley ball, baseball and hiking.
set in a new type face—
advice on fishing, you not only plegate, where an old corral will Watkins, Christian Endeavor.
Politics should be an honorable and a highly trained Fifty points are required to get week
the Intertype Ideal News ser
are, but you feel equally welcome. be used to hold the ponies. Local
a letter. By playing basketball,
As to the dependability of the Brush Marines may build a cor • Boys at Camp Applegate en profession. But, like anything else, politics are judged volley ball and baseball a whole ies.
This face was selected for
merchandise, little need be said, ral in the head of Mule Creek to joyed a pleasant evening of enter by the company kept. That’s why this spring good season, they earn 10 points each.
the new Miner plant only after
for quality has ever been the key care for the horses gathered there. tainment Monday when Rev. Lloyd
Five points are secured by going
note of the goods sold at The The forest service hits said that Morgan, pastor of the Christian candidates can be counted on the fingers of one hand on a five-mile hike; four points a careful examination of the
Toggery. As to the tips available horses not claimed will be sold at church at Marysville, Calif., and while the hoodlums, the sob-sisters and the lie-mongers for a four-mile hike. etc. By work yarious type faces now on the
«>n where, why and how to catch a public auction or otherwise dis Rev. W R. “
• ■ of ---- Medford vis-
ing hard, they can earn their let market because of its clearness
the biggest steelheads, all one posed of in a legal way.
ited camp, Rev. Morgan enter will be thick as flies again.
ters in one year. With 30 points and legibility.
As the trend in modem life
nee«i say is that "Toggery Bill"
tained with magician's tricks, and
basket, base and volley ball,
The young high school student may learn, but vot the rest
has earned his reputation as a SHORT AND LONG OF HOOKEY Rev. Baird gave several interest-
must be made up in hikes today is speed — results — the
ers never do.
fisherman of note through years EVILS HINTED RY MR. NEE Ing readings.
to get the letter in one year. There type of a modem newspaper
must be at least five girls and a must permit the reader to "read
as he runs" with the least ef
So mut'h for the store and now
Mr. Nee formed Impressions dur
supervisor to go on a hike.
fort and eye-strain. Optical
for the past record of the man. ing last week when he acted as S’MATTER POP
By C. M. Payne ningham. Ida Bowman and Alice principles should be given first
Mr. Isaacs has ever had the in assistant principal, but he was
consideration. That was the ob
(crests of the city of Medford very reluctant about letting others
Walton have 20 points each.
truly at heart; has for 31 years find out what they were. However,
earned in two years of basketball ject in designing the new Ideal
News face which we have
been a member of the chamber of the reporter did succeed in glean
here at Jacksonville.
adopted. Hairlines have been in
Comnierce and served many of ing a few of his thoughts.
creased so that the letters
them on the board of directors.
Mr. Nee said "Of course we
FOUND IN THE DIGGIN’S
stand out full and clear, result
One of the first contributors to missed our principal. It was as the
the fund for constructing the road old saying goes. ’You never miss
One of our STAR BASKET ing in a type face that is really
to Crater lake, he has enthusias the water until the well goes dry'.”
BALL PLAYERS getting grades a comfort to the eye.
We would like to have an ex
tically aided the growth of this
He says that one can understand
that are two helpings of awful . . .
pression from Miner readers as
the students’ viewpoint regarding
BYRON BACKES thriving on
Musical circles have felt the in the temptation to play hookey,
LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT ... in to how you like our new dress.
terest and support of Mr. Isaacs when h<- stops to think of the
me spring a young man's fancy
from the days long ago when he come-down from Mr. Coe’s stat
slightly turns to thoughts of
was one of the first business men ure to Mr. Nee's.
(ROLLER SKATES) (HOOKEY) AW, ART, AINTCHA
to participate in presentation of
"One can hardly realize the
and (50 PAGES) ... one of WAL
operas by the local Choral society, many details necessary in carry
TER WINCHELL'S ONIONS to FOOLIN’ A LITTLE?
to the time in 1931 when, as its ing on the principal's work. If
1 the following students who got
president, he launched the South some of the students could fill the
Looking up at the sound of the
caught plaving hookey last week:
ern Oregon Music association, en place of any one of the teachers,
opening of our office door we were
PEE W EE
abling Medford music lovers to they might realize some of the
confronted the other day with
hear the outstanding concert art work necessary.
Leonard Hall and his new part
ner. We instinctively reached for
ists here in their own city.
"I think this school Is very for
Because of his enviable reputa tunate tn having Mr. Coe for its
a side-stick, but found the visitors
tion as n sportsman anti fisher principal. I do not think his capa
had called in a friendly spirit. Mr.
man of note, Mr. Isaacs' beautiful bilities can be duplicated any
Hall and his new partner were
merely looking about the valley
country home, Big Rock lodge on where else in the state. We missed
and getting acquainted. They are
the Rogue, has been the acene of his summaries of recent events,
much entertaining for prominent and it was good to hear him talk
preparing to install a new plant
of their own in Jacksonville.
and famous people. No amount of again this morning.
Hall says he is getting tired of
time or expense has ever been
"However pessimistic this inter
“'lARZAN” HESS defining a
too great for Mr. Isaacs to spend view may seem regarding the pu
freshman as "A guy who hasn’t so much night work and hopes to
if in so doing he might endear pils, I did appreciate the coopera
got a light for a cigaret he is get caught up on some sleep now.
vjelu , I Lu Te uu
to a stranger the city so dear to tion of the greater majority of the
trying to borrow . . . ETHEL Maybe he will be awake by the
student body. It was both interest
3> a 1? uim 4, SK im
ASHLEY searching for a cure for time the primary campaign gets
Ever an enthusiastic advocate ing and helpful,” concludes Mr.
double jitters . . . FRED going.—Art (hie) Powell in the
ÔTÇeTOMEb S omé 7+| im ¿
of advertising, Mr. Isaacs gives Nee.
COFFMAN regretfully parking his Central Point American.
L i Ke T- i -| i ¿> TeuTTö ETZ.
Editor s Note—A side-stick is a
much credit for his business suc
gum behind his ear before going
cess to the extensive advertising TYPING CI.ASSES RACE
IT JSOESM7 13 UST
to class . . . "RIP ’ APPLEBAKER piece of steel about two feet in
policy he has alwtays maintained.
IN FRIDAY ASSEMBLY
wearing a sky blue necktie to length and long recognized as fin
match his soulful eyes . . . PAUL al authority in any printshop quar
He believes that no business can
On your mark, get set, go! will
HESS feeding WORMS to his rel.
live and maintain its vitality with-
LITTLE RED HEN . . . MARION
out a generous advertising pro be heard in the assembly next Fri
wl day, March. 2, when the typing
VOGEL taking it on the chin from i • Deputy Surveyor C. J. Boyden
Mr. Coe . . . ROGER CARD com and two assistants spent several
On this, The Toggery
____ ’s 31st classes start their intramural con
menting, "They all got an eye for days of last week surveying and
birthday, no greater gift could test. The winners will represent
me" . . . VYRON BOSTWTCK locating section comers and prop
come to William F. Isaacs, its the school in the county tourna
giving the freshmen girls their erty comers on Jacksonville hill.
founder, than to know that the ment to be held in Ashland in the
first real thrill—hot-cha-cha! . . . • Norman Fraley and his class of
people of his own community have near future. The shorthand class
SPARKY EDENS—Why young fourth year junior boys from the
confidence In his store and in him. also will have an intramural con
Christian Sunday school of Med
boys leave home.
That they feel he has earned test.
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ford spent Sunday afternoon on a
their trust and loyalty; and on
• Mr. and Mrs. Gene Mee enter bicycle trip to the top of Jackson
this occasion It is his wish that • Harry Gilson left the first of
tained a number of friends Sat- ville hill. His brother and a friend
the years to come may cement the week for Klamath Falls, where
© Th* B»ll Syndicat*. 1st.)
urday evening with a party at accompanied the party "just to
the bond between Th«i Toggery he has employment in a machine
i help along the fun.”
their new home near Provolt.
ami its friends ever more securely. shop.
The only real Issue nt stake in
the lldoptloli of ii Hilles tux in Ore-
gon Is tux collection, The sales
tax WILL bring in the money and
that is what Oregon needs and
must have. All other arguments
are of no real consequence, and
are merely diversions from the
It’s the Good Candidates
Who Die Young...