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GRANTS PASS, JOSEPHINE COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY j4 1905.
ROOSEVELT TO INVESTIGATE
A good six room boose with cellar,
woodshed, and toreroom, well on
porch, first-class windmill, large tank,
three chicken booses with parks, a
finerabbitry, two arcs in good healthy
fruit and an abundance of berries.
Ezellent river bottom loam soil and
an abntidancce of flowers. The place
is in good repair and is a bargain at
A good hard-finislied honse of six
rooms with pantry and summer kitch
en ; close in for (1250. A small pay
ment down and the balance the same
as good rent gets this place.
A nice residence lot for (05.
26 acres of the very best river bot
tom loam soil one and one-half miles
from Grants Pass. Six acres in choice
fruit, eighteen acres in hops and a
good assortment of shrubbery. A
good five-room cottage and barn.
Prioe only (2600. Terms easy. (No.
No, 823. A 10-acre fruit farm ; good
river bottom soil, trees of excellent
variety and in good condition. A first
class, hard-finished, five-room cot
tage, two chicken bouses, three wells
and a good windmill and tank.
Buildings new. A bargain at (2100.
Two acres of ground and a good
seveu room, plastered house, good
work shop, cellar, barn, woodshed,
chicken houso uud park. Many nice
shade trees on place. Good water.
Price ouly (1.000. Will accept half
If you want to buy, see us.
If you want to sell, see us.
If you are intending to come to this
part of the country, write us.
Sherman & Ireland,
rjA Real Estate Men.
Masonic Temple Bldg.
SOUTHERN OREGON MINES 1 '""rri"""
Grants Pass Banking & Trust Co.
PAID BP CAPITAL STOCK
Transacts a general banking business.
Kecelvw deposits subject to check or on demand certificates
Our customers are assured of couneous treatment and every consideratioa ooe
slstent with sound banking principles.
af.ty depoitt boxes lor rent. J . KHAN K WATHOS, Pres.
K. A. BOOTH, Vice-Pres.
U. L. JEWELL, Cashier.
The First National Bank
OF SOUTHERN OREGON.
pavabie on demand.
Receive deposits subject to cheek or on certificate payable on i
Sells slKbt drafts on New York, Ban Francisco and Portland.
ri i.i i.A..ura -..I, n aM tu.inta in tlie Cnlted Htales
Special attention given to collections and general business of our customers.
Collections made throughout (Southern Oregon, and on accessible points.
R. A. IIOOTH, Vrea
3 C. CAMPBELL, Vlce-Pres.
H. L. UILKKY, I asbier
Grants Pass, Ore.
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SEWING MACHINES FRoyi $22.00 UP
NEWCOODSI NEW PRICES I
' Prices: $22.00, 23 00, 24.00, 2 5 00. 28.00, 3J.0D, 32 50, 33.00, 40.00, 45 03, 50.00.
... . ir.. uil .i!r.. tn tin itpni.tp ninl av vi .11 the airent's coliilnis-
i.,n Cull at the store or write (r catalogue. Headquarters tor tteedles and parts lor
all machines. We pay the freight.
C. U. CAIlDIN'KI.Ii. 1. (. Hoi t)tS, Ashland, Oregon.
New Ore Bodies at Greenback.
R.N. Bishop, superintendent for the
Greenback Mining Company and for
the Matha Mining Company, was in
Grants Pass Wednesday and Thurs
day of this week. Of the opening up
of a new aud extensive body of ore at
the Greenback mine, Superintendent
Bishop stated that the discovery was
neither of extraordinary size nor of
fabulous richness as had been reported
in Grants Pass, but that the ore body
had the size aud valuus that were
highly satisfactory to his company.
The Greeuback, as nearly all other
ledges in Southern Oregon, alter
nately widen aud narrow and miners
in following a lodgo will find that
it will all bat pinch out and then
further on widen out into an exten
sive ore body, ibis is the condition
at the Greenback ledge, and is the
base for the reports that are spread
about from time to time that that
famous mine has about played out.
But about the time the wiseacres
would get the report fully noised
about, the extension work at the mine
would show up another big ore body
and the old Greenback would con
tinue its regular dividouds, which for
the capital in visited, has been the
largest of any mine on the Pacific
Coast. The Greouback Company is a
close corporation and no stock is on
the market, the majority of it being
held by V. H, Brevoort, of Jfew
York. Sensational reports of fabu
lous finds are never sent out by Green
back Company to influence its stock,
nor is the output of the mine ever
made public, though it is known that
the Company's expenditures for labor
and material in Josephine, county have
exceeded a million dollars, which
makes it certain that its output has
been far in excess of that sum.
The reocut find at tho Geeuback
was made on the 600, 700 and U00 foot
levols and at the point now reached
by the drifts, the led go shows a
width of 21 feet of ore caryiug good
values aud every indication is that
the body is oue of the most extensive
yet opened up at that mine. It is
certain that the 20 stumps that are in
operation day day and uight at tho
Greenback will run through niauy
thousand tons of ore befute another
pinch is encountered and more reports
go out that the old Greenback is on
the vergo of playing oat. Supt.
Bishop stated that development work
was progressing satisfactory at the
Martha niiuo. Though considerable
depth had been reached, no large ore
body had been found. Develop
ment work will bo continued with a
oublo shift, men and power drillus
until it the lodno is fully explored
ind its vuluu ascertained and tho re-
ults warrraut it tho company will
NEW MEAT MARKET
QU8TAV KARNER, PROPRIETOR
Manufacturer of til kinds o foreign and domestio
Sausages. Pork Packer and dealer in all kinds
of First-cla99 Fresh, Salt and Smoked
Meats, Wholesale and Ketail
M.la Slrsci. Wast of Palsee Hotel TELEPHONE 273
MARBLE AND GRANITE WORKS
J. B. PADDOCK, Proprietor.
I am prepared to furnish anything in the line of Cemetery work in any kind
of Marble or Granite.
Nearly thirty years of experience in the Marble business warrants my sajin
lht I ran fill vour orders in the very best manner.
r.n tumi.h work Id Scotch. Swede or American (iranite or any kind of
Front street, next to Greene's Uunshop.
Gleaning and Dye
Steam Cleaning, Pressing and
Dyeing for Gentlemen's Goods.
A Suit a week cleaned and mend
ed for $1.50 per month.
French Dry Cleaning for Ladies'
Goods, Furs and Gloves.
Goods called for and delivered.
W. A. CORNISH
West Front Street.
Grants Past. - Oregon
High grade ore in small lot bought.
W. O. Wright
eroot a mill aud
The Greenback company is one of
the big road building of Josephine
county aud has expended over 12,000
on the wagons roads from tho railroad
at Leland and at Wolf Creek to their
mine at Greenback. Even now
Superintendent Bishop has five men
aud a team at work macadamizing the
new road from Greenback to Wolf
Creek. Fine rock from the mine is
used aud when this road is completed
it will be one of the best iu Josephine
county. This road is a priviato oue
the county having neither located
it nor contributed to its construction,
yet it is used by all the residents of
the section and will become a most
imiiortaut factor iu the development
of the mineral, farm aud timber re
sources of a large district of Jose
phine county The construction of
this road entailed a big expense on tho
Greenback company, which on this
road alone has aid out sotno 7,000
aud a request was made that tho
county contribute (1,000 toward the
construction of a bridge and the ma
cadamzng that 1b required to complete
tho road. Though the county judge
favored tho appropriation, the com
missioners decided to hold the matter
over nntil the next term of court, un
til a personal examination of tho road
could be made by the members of the
county court. As the county has aided
road building to the Galice aud other
mining districts, it is but fair that the
county assist the Greenback road aud
it is quits certain that at tho first
term the appropriation will be mude.
Superintendent Bishop states that ho
will make no further application the
county oourt for an apropriatlon but
will proceed aud complete the road
aud give the public the free use of it,
though if the couuty sees fit to aid in
the completion of the road his com
pany will accept whatever is just
iu the matter.
W. It. NIl'I'KU.
K. V. SMITH.
Y.Vl 1 1
Grants Pass Fuel Co.
Between II and I
We can supply you with
some of the best wood
to be had.
GIVE IS A TRIAL OKDLR
Cash Paid for Wood.
Real Estate Co.
GRANTS PASS, OREGON.
Improved Farms in
Jackson, Josephine, Douglas
and Linn Counties,
rr 1 31 1$ it 11
In Largo and Small Tracts
ill Washington, Oregon and California.
3L I iv i: n
Placer and Ouart. in Southern Ore
gon, Uovoiopwi aim uniievciupcu, rang
ing ill price lrom to f.jo.wo.
Vacant lots and Residences; Busi-1
ness nouses; orocery, uaruwarr,
Feed, General Merchandise and Meat
One. Two. Three, rive, aud leu
Acre Tracts iu any part of the City.
3t I Is lu S
Flour aud Lumber.
Below wo givo some of our bargains.
Ko. 21 1180 acres placer laud, No.
1 giant, WK) feet pipe, ditch and res
ervoir, good buildings, lann wen um
bered, easy ti ruis. Price S...UW. Jiiue
now in operation.
No. 24W Quartz mine, vein 11 feet
wide, .aid to assay to 10 per tou.
So. 11? Oue acre, 6-rootu house,
all kinds of fruit, good engine pump
aud tank, all piped, chicken houso, !
baru, and other out-buiidiugs.
No. 82 Two lots, 6-room house,
pautry, woodshed, good well, nice
hade trees. Price f 00.
No. Bi-'i 1'''0 acres farming land,
10 acres bottom laud, balance bench
laud, good irrigating ditch IW inches
water will cover HO acres of tha bot
tom land. Good house and barn,
good well, creek running through the
place, 20 acres iu cultivation. Price
I'i00. l)0 down, balance on long
time. 18 head of cattlo at market
price If desired.
No. 8214 acres good garden or
fruit laud, one liooso U!i, oue house
lKx'il with L, l'ii.'l, 1 story, three
liviug springs, barn, clie.k'-n house
and woodshed. Good fireplace,
taratx-s, apples, pruu s, peaches, pears
and berries of all kiuds. Laud in
oloscd with picket fence. Price J5'JU
No. iH 10 room bouse, 0 acres
good land, good oul-bulldings, good
: well, big tank, good fence, for the
small sum of (JM.
I No. 1219 acres good bottom land,
all iu choice bearing, fruit trees.
I No. 1)27 One lot on Sixth street,
new 3-ioow house at II'),
' No. ij:)7 10 acre good rich river
bottom land, jO buarlng fruit trw.
all varieties. Nw 6-r.H:m house.
hard fil.i.h, 3 wells, tank aud wind
'mill, small barn, 3 chicken houses.
Installing Milling PIe.nl.
The Michigan Mining & Milling
Co. are losing uo tnun in equipping
their property near Murphy and are
rushing the work as fast as the
voatheraud tho unfavorable statu of
the roads will permit. Tho ma
chinery will arrive from Portland
this week. The hauling is boiug done
by Capt. Mclntiro's string of mole
teams and commenced early this week
in tho transportation of brick to be
useds in placing the machinery. The
roads betweon Grants Pass aud
Murphy aro iu had condition for
heavy hauling but to wait for them
to improve would mean a delay of
several months. The work of moving
aud installing tho machinery will be
pushed with all poxsiBlo speed and it
is expected that tho null will be
grinding oro by the firttt of April.
New buildings, bunk houses, cook
houses, odice, etc., have recently been
completed and Iho mill building' is
nearly finished. The camp is located
about a mile above Murphy and about
half a inilo from the Ajipli gato river.
Thu company are installing an In
ternational mill, crusher and con
centrator. Tho clashing device of
this mill consists of two cylinders,
ono revolving inside tho other, operat
ing under forced feed. Power will be
furnished by a poller and engine, the
former of aud the latter of horse
power. Tho equipment will Include
separatores, vanneis, steam hoists
aud nil details necessary to the suc
cessful operation of a quart, mine.
It is thu luteiitioii also to install a
pumping plant to bring water from
the Applcgut". It is not expected
that it will bo necessary to operato
tho pump more than a few months In
thu year as during tho remainder of
tho tiuie sullicient water for the
mine's operation may bo secured
from the small streams of tho vicinity.
Development of the lulun has been
going on for somu time past and a
very marked improvement both in the
si.e of thu vein and tho quality of the
ore is evideut as depth is attaiued.
The lodge 01 tho surface has a width
of 20 inches. At a depth of 0 feet
the width had increased to three feet.
Sinking is being done along the side
of .the vein which is cross cut only at
The ore carries high grade values
throughout with some chutes of con-
iderablo ricbue.s, oue of the latent
assays made showing values of about
10 to the tou. A very large pro-
portion of tho ore is free milling. A
late test of concentrates showed values
of (:)',!, while at the surface a similar
test gave values of f M, showing a
very substantial Improvement in the
character of the ore with the depth
A very important advantage possess
ed by this property Is its easy accessi
bility. It Is situated alout eight
miles from Grauts Pans and uear the
main road leading up the north side
of the Applegate. The camp, -though
half a mile distant from the river.
has an elevation of ouly 2'.j feet
above the stream bed, being reached
by gentle grades, a feature of con
siderable iuqiortance when the ques
tion of transportation is considered.
The Michigan Mining & Milling Co.
is a corporation with headquarters at
Charlotte, Mich. R. L. Bowers,
secretary of the company, is the local
representative and W. T. Perry is
acting as manager of the mine.
Royal Group of Gal Ice.
The Old Channel mines or Royal
Group of Galioe are being operated to
full rapacity by J. R. Harvey, this
property having excellent water
rights that defy the unusually dry
season. Mr. Harvey is working this
year, as for two years past on the
Rocky Gulch side of the channel,
dumping tho debris into that stream
iutsead of Rich gulch as formerly.
Two giauts are being operated un
der a pressure of 610 feet Tho bank
has a height of about 100 feet aud
carries gold from the surface to the
bedrock. Very few boulders are
encountered, but the ground is gener
ally quite compact, necessitating the
use of a strong pressure behind the
giauts. Considerable powder is also
used to loosen the grouud and facili
tate working. The wator supply is
derived from two creeks, the right
hand fork of Galioe aud from Rocky
This mine has been in operation for
some 10 years, aud as yet, in compar
ing the giouud worked with that
which remains, ouly a beginuiug
has been made. The gigautio old
channels of Galice on which this
placer is located are wonders in their
lino aud the anjouut of aurifeioui
gravel contained in them is seem
ingly inexhaustible. These channels
lio hundreds of feet above the proseut
lovel of the river and the giants, thus
lifted out of the otherwise muffling
canyons, roar with a volume of sound
that can be heard for miles in any
direction. Every detail of this mine;
tho banks, the dump, the pressure
and tho equipment is grandly large.
Since the mine has been operating
under the present management, it has
been greatly improved in its equip
ment. The ditches have been en
larged aud the pipe renewed with
strength sufficient to withstand the
whole pressure of 500 feet. Prior to
that time, although the whole fall
Was available, ouly 350 foot pressure
had beuu used.
GRANTS PASS MAILSERVICE
Four Rural Routes Likely and City
Fres Dllvry Possible.
Win. Ryan, a well known miner of
this oouuty aud now acting as fore
man tor the Galice Consolidated
Minus Go. was in Grauts Pass this
week taking a brief vacation from
work. M. Ryan says that tho scar
city of water has caused the company
to temporarily shut down all but oue
of their giants durlug tho present
week. The work of opening the
oreek channel was resumed this week
and a line of pipe has been laid to
sluice out the gravel and debris near
tho mouth of the creek aud make an
opening for the big double flumes,
tho construction of which was begun
The tlumes will lie continued up
tho oreek until bedrock Is reached
when It will bo feasible to sluice
ont the channel with its accumulation
of gild. This project, when com-
pioieu, win open many uar. ui hiiowm j
richness along Galice creek, which
could uot hitherto be diaiuud.
Bad for Dry Gulch Miners.
The dryness of the present winter is
affecting the work at many of the
placer mines in Southern Oregon and
there is oue class of the miners to
whom the weather is exceptionally
u 11k mil. These are the men known as
tho "dry gulch" miners. Iu the
higher gulches aud on hill benches iu
Josephine couuty are a considerable
number of uiiuers of this class and the
aggregate amouut of gold brcught
iu annually by them, helps very
materially to swell tho gold output
of Southern Oregou. Some of these
men make good livings from their
diggings by only a few weeks work iu
thu year as they have water for op
eration only in the wettest portion
of the rainy season. Their mining
ground is usually limited iu area,
though often remarkably rich. These
small placers, where the water supply
will uot justify hydraulic equipment,
are usually worked by the pick aud
hovel and ground sluice methods.
C. II. Parks, a former well known
mining man of this district, but uow
residing at Eugene, passed through
Grauts Pass on the Sunday morning's
traiu, bound for Gran. Valley, Cali
fornia, where he has some mining
interests. Mr. Parks is also interest
ed in the liohemla district. There
is a likelihood that he will again
make Grants Pass bis headquarters
aud Invest iu Southern Oregon mines
ho has come to the couolusion that
this section is proving to be oue of
the most promising miuiug secitous of
the Pacific Coast.
Our lit'Ie men's suits
this morning. Take a
goods and prices. Guo.
look at tho
J. E. Loom Is, of Galice was iu
Grauts Pass this week. Mr. Loomis
reports plenty oflife and enterprise
in Iho miuiug camp of Galice,
though the plaoer industry,
up to the preseut week at hast, has
not been up to its usual standard on '
account cf the abuormal shortness of
the water supply, ouly two of the
principal liydiaullo properties operat
ing under a foil head. The copper
properties about Galice are develop
ing at an astonishing rate and it
seems probable the section will be
come an important producer of this
To Care a Cold In On Day
Take LAXATIVE liKOMO gtlN-
INK Tablets. All druggists refund
the mouey of it fails to care. K. W.
Grove's signalers Is Bosaeb bcx. SOo.
Rural free mail dollevry route, No.
1, of Grauts Pass, is to begin service
March 1st, the date of beginuiug
having been postponed from February
15, owing to the delay iu securing a
carrier. Wm. L. Jewell, a sou Of
Stephen Jewell, a farmer liviug
south of this oity, having successfully
pissed the examinatlou, 1 has been
given the position and next Wednes
day he will make bis Initial trip over
rthe route, which is from Grauts Pass
by way 0 the lower road to Jump-off-Joe
aud thence up that stream to
the npper road to Grauts Pass over
which the return will be made. Mr.
Jewell will nse a horse aud light
wagou ou his trips and iu addition to
the mall, will carry small parcels aud
passengers, the rules of the rural
service permitting him to do this so
long as he makes his trips within the
schedule time. His sohedulu requires
that ho leave Grants Pass at t) a. m.
aud arrive back at 8 p. in. The dis
tance he will travel will be about 24
miles. Oue postofflco, Winona, will
be discontinued and considerable mail
that now is handled from Grants
Pass, Morlin and Hugo, will be
handled by this route. It will cause
a number of lock and call boxes iu the
Grauts Pass olllco to be given op by
the holders, who will hereafter get
their mail by rural route lint there
will bo no vaoaut hoioi iu the office
In this city as they will be taken so
soon as released for there is a greater
demand for boxes than Postmaster
Harmon is able to supply.
It is quite oertalu that Grants Pass
is soon to have two more rural mail
routes aud eventually will havo the
fourth route. A petition is uow being
circulated to ask the postal depart
ment to establish route to embrace
the tnriito'y between Grants Pass
aud Morlin aud west of this oity ou
the north sldo of Rogue river. The
third routo, for which a petition is
shortly to be circulated, is to embrace
the territory ou tho south side of
Rogue river to the south and west
of Grants Pass. Thu fourth route.
which will probably uot be petitioned
for before another year, will embrace
the territory to the east of Grauts
Pass, the route being ou the north
side of Rogue river aud back by way
of the south side of the river.
These rural routes will add very
considerable to the revenue of the
Grauts Pais postoRlce and it will
uiako it certain that the Income for
this olllco will bo brought up to thu
$10,000 limit, per year, that Is re
quirud to secure a city fruo delivury
service. The revenuo of the Grants
Paspostofllee is now only about f.'OO
short of the limit, which at the rate
it is increasing, will lie reached by
the close of another quarter. Hut to
be entitled to a fruo delivery sor
vice, a postolflco must have uot les
than $10,000 of income for four coll
secutive quarters, 0110 year, so under
lie most favorable conditions, it will
be more tbau a year hence before
Grants Pass can secure a free de
livery service. There is no doubt
but what the city could uow bo hav
ing free delivery had all thu stamps
used in the city been purchased at the
Grauts Pass postolllee. A number of
tho stores havo ail extensive mall
order business with thu country dis
tricts of Southern Oregon anil some of
the big stores get iu several hundred
dollars worth of stamps each year,
some getting more than they can use
and have a surplus to sell to oilier
parties. The money order and regis
try department salso yield considerable
revenue and it would lie an easy mat
ter for that income to tie doubled for
the U rants Pass olllou by a proper
effort ou thu part of tho business men
of the oity, thus hastening their much
needed free delivery service. The
free dulivoryof the mails has become
an absolute necessity for Grants Pass
as tho city has become so hiigu that
the box and window delivery system
will no longer meet the demands of
the patrous of the olllco. Thero aro
now not enough lock and call boxes
to supply the demaud aud Postmaster
liarmou dues uot fuel that he is justl
flea iu putting iu moru boxes, as he
has to do that at his own expense,
while the government guts the entire
reutaL So soon as free delivery
would be established, the botes would
be Sjiscoutiuuud aud he would have
them on his hands to soil the bust he
could. The window delivery has be
come to be a very serious annoyance
to those gettiug their mail by the
geueral delivery, for meu, women
and children are compelled to fall in
line and often stand nearly half an
hoar, while the mail is being workud
aud those ahead of them are being
'served. The growth of the city has
I place uiauy of thu business men at
such a distance from the postollloe
that it Is a serious iucouveuleuce to
them to leavu their stores or olllce
aud go for their mall the three times
daily that is uow their rale. The
ouly relief from this unsatisfactory
service Is to secure a free delivery of
the mails by carriers. The better
meat of this public utility is a matter
that the Grants Pass Miuers Auocia
tiou could well take up aud secure the
co-operation of ths business meu in
working to increase the reveuue of
the posiotllee op to tho $111,000 and
the establishment of a city free
Vc arc making very special
prices ou everything trom
10 to 50 per cent Discount
now a Dollar Saved
Is a Dollar Earned.
Thomas . O'Neill,
Grants Pass, - Oregon.
EVANGELISTIC . CAMPAIGN
Grants Pass to Have Services of a
Noted Preacher and a Singer.
The evangellstio campaign now 00
iu Grauts Pass will be given a big im
petus by the arrival next Wednesday of
the world famous evangelists Rev.
KUV. DANIEL 8.
I). 8. Toy of Ilaltimoro, Md.,
I'rank Dixon, Dublin, Ireland.
These evangelistls recently closed
a most successful series of meetings
III Medford and are now In Ashland
win re they are having equally as good
Lev. Toy Is a stout, ronud-faced
pleasant appearing man, wih a good
oiumaud of language and his sermons
aro full of fire and force and abound
n good common sense and appeal
in st convincingly to his hearers, lie
ias beeu au evaugelist for 37 years
mil been ill nearly all tho states of
he Uuiou. Ho has beeu a on-worker
with Moody, Jones and thu other
noted evangelists and his work has
leen complimented by them all.
Mr. Dixon, thu singing evangelists,
s a tall man, with the genial )iersun-
allty of a true sou of Kriu. Hu has
baritone voice of great strength,
ami of wonderful pathos and dramatic
power. His enunciation is perfect
and every word of his sacred songs
an be heard with distinctness Iu all
parts of tho largest churches. Mr.
Dixon's singing has a most wonderful
influence on an audience and awakens
their luterest iu the services to a
The ovangepsts will hold tli.ilr first
mooting next Wednesday evening in
the Presbyterian church and will be
continued daily the tuoueeding two
The singing will be a strong feature
of the meetings and in addition to the
solos by Mr. Dixon, a large choir ol
the best singors of the oity will lead
in the congregational singing. All the
mlnistors of the oity are assisting In
this evagelistio campaign and in
promises to be notable event in the
religious history of Grants Pass.
The cottage prayer meetings in 88
or 24 dlstriot sections of the oity each
night, have been well attended and
the interest has oontinually Increased.
It Is confidently expected that the
iuterost in all these services will cu
mulative, so tbat when the Evange
lists airlve and take charge next Wed
nesday, they will flud the way well
preparor?. If Grauts Pass will only
realize its opportunity, it may receive
such au uplift spiritually and morally
will leave an impress for righteous
ness for many years to come. One
only dnends to read in the dally papers
of the great work in Denver, where
the legislature adjourned and the busl-
uess house closed at the mayor's re-
puest to attend the revival meetings;
of liurlingtou, Iowa, Kansas Oity
and Los Angoles ; of Schenectady and
Pittsburg, which have been stirred
as never before In their History, to
know that this is no local spasm, bet
a great wave of rigtheousnesa, sweep
ing over . our nation. The Dally
newspapers of Loudon, England, have
lv ! A if
Mil. FRANK DIXON.
astaudiug heading, "The Revival in
Wales," under which they are giving
daily reports of the great awaking
in that country. Such news is super
(CWeHM- on Third Pagt.)
I am Closing Out LEED'S DISC RECORDS
75c Records at 50c Each
No more at tho price when these aro sold.
W. A. PADDOCK
Kast of Depot