Mail Tribune 100
June 29, 1915
BRYAN MAY VISIT
William J. Bryan, ex-secretary of state and thrice nominee for the presidency, may visit Crater Lake next month on invitation of the Medford Commercial club. Mr. Bryan is Fourth of July orator at the San Francisco exposition and a few days later passes through Medford.
EXCURSION TRAIN TO SEE GAME
Under the auspices of the Medford baseball team and Medford band, the Southern Pacific will run an excursion train from Grants Pass to Montague Sunday, July 4. The train will leave Medford at 7:00 o'clock Sunday morning, returning leaving Montague the evening of Monday, July 5. The fare for the round trip is $2.05. Full particulars can be procured of the S.P. agent, R.L. Ewing, or any member of the band or ball team.
Daily train service upon the Pacific and Eastern will be resumed July 1. Trains will leave Medford at 9 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, Thursday and Saturdays, and a motor will be operated on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. The motor will run on the same schedule as the train.
The train will arrive at Medford at 3:15 p.m. and the motor at 11 p.m. and 6:15 p.m.
FAMOUS MINE AT JACKSONVILLE TO BE OPERATED
The mining property of the Jacksonville Milling & Mining Co., one mile west of Jacksonville, has been purchased by James McChatka and R.H. Bailey of Grants Pass, Ore., who will commence immediate operation of the site.
The property was well known in the early mining days of Jacksonville, as it is the ledge from which the famous Rowden pocket was taken, which yielded over $60,000. On top of the ridge near the same property a pocket known as the Johnson pocket was also taken out, and is reported to have yielded $30,000.
The property is located near the same mountain as the well-known Opp mine, on which stands a 20-stamp mill and cyanide plant, but this plant is not in operation, although it is reported that plans are in progress for starting up again in the near future.