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COUNTY, OREGON, F R ID A Y ,
M Y S T E R Y M E T A L ’ HE L D TIN
B E A R I N G IN A S S A Y R E P O R T
Grants Pass, April 11,— (AP) —
“ Mystery” white metal ores sent for
assay have been determined as tin
MUSIC A N D S E R M O N S IN A L L
bearing by the Minensota school of
mines, the first official assay which
has secured tin direct from the ore.
Samples of roc ksent there returned
$55.70 per ton in tin, $0.00 in gold
and traces o other metals, accord
ing to a certificate received by the
Golden Cross mine near Gold Hill
Sunriie P r a y e r Wi l l be O f f e r e d at In the first attempt the school of
mines found no traces of tin in
Carter He i g ht « at 5 : 3 0 A. M.
the ore samples, the °econd time
there were traces and the third at
by Y o u n g P e o p l e
tempt brought a report of big val
ues in tin and fair values in gold.
Ea s t e r
BIG P A R T Y IS S T A G E D A T
ME T H O D I ST E P I S C O P A L C H U R C H
Rev. H. F. Pembei
...e Letterman’s club of the Ash
Geo. H. Yeo,
land high school staged a party at
Mrs. H. J. Van Fossen, Accompanist Bellview Community club house
Friday night which was one of the
successful school parties ever
Opening Voluntary, “ Prelude in A
Minor,” De Koven, Mrs Van Fossen. put on. There were about fifty young
Opening chorus, “ Dawn After people present.
The party was to
the Log Cabin on
Soprano and tenor duet, “ We
Need Thee,” Mrs. Smith and Dr. the Siskiyou, but under the circum
stances the location was changed.
Chorus, “ He Sleeps.”
The time was spent in dancing and
Tenor solo, “ Fear Ye Not” Mr.
The patrons and patronesses
Soprano solo and choir, “ Angels for this affair were Mr. and Mrs.
Rolled the Stone Away,” Mrs. Wol Russell Cripe, Mr. and Mrs. S. A.
soprano and alto Peters, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Carl
duet, “ Morn of Joy” Mrs. Smith, Nims, Bert Millert, Miss M. Calmen-
Mrs. Weren and Jean Anderson.
son and Miss Malone. At a late hour
Offering and announcements.
the party broke up.
Offertory, “ Melodie,” Kar-
ganoff, Mrs. Van Fossen
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Contralto solo, “ The Cross,” Helen T H E F A M I L Y P A P E R
FOR W O M E N R E A D E R S
Bass sclo and choir. “ Open Wide
the Gates of Paradise,” A. C. Crews.
Soprano solo, “ Earth and Heaven
The American is the “ home paper”
Rejoice,” Mrs. Angwin.
we are adding a new feature
Bass solo, soprano solo and choir.
we are sure will meet with the
‘‘If Ye Believe,” George Mason and
approval of our many women read
Bass solo, soprano and alto duet, ers.
It will be under the head of
alto and tenor duet and chorus. “ The
Light Has Come,” A. C. Crews, Mrs.
Weren and Jean Anderson.
We have secured the services of
0. 11. Yeo and Jean Anderson.
Florence Riddick Boys, a national
Final chorus by the choir, “ God's
Great Love,” Mrs. Wolcott and Mrs. known writer on ideas appealing to
Postlude, “ March Solemnelle” Ket-
terer, Mrs. Van Fossen.
B A P T IS T CHURCH
Myron S. W o o d w o r t h , Pa*tor
E A S T E R
S E R V I C E S
5:.'10, Sun rise prayer meeting on
Carter’s Height. Lets all go.
9:45, Sabbath school.
11 :00 Preaching.
Theme: “ To know Him and the
powi r of His resurrection." Do you?
Do you want to?.
7 :00 Prayer and praise service—
followed hy preaching.
could know how welcome you are to
Baptisms at morning and evening
A P R I L 15, 1S27
W . C. T. U. M E E T I N G A T
MRS. H. G. W O L C O T T
W E L L K N O W N L O C A L MAN
PASSED A W A Y SATURDAY
The W. C. T. U. meeting of the
Ashland chapter was held Tuesday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. H. G.
Wolcott. The meeting was opened by
prayer by Miss Haight. The scripture
reading was from the twelfth chapter
of Romans. Those present at the
meeting were Mesdames Will Davis,
Jennie Wolcott, J. M. Wolcott, Etta
Roland, Mary Wilshire, Elmer Sand-
erlin, Alice Jelson, Frank Walker,
H. P. Holmes, Lulu Howard, Clar
ence Dahoff, Jack Mills, Anna Sher-
fey, F. H. Crowson, Elsie Bussy and
Misses Bronice Haight, May Benedict
and Grandma Parr.
program was rendered: Piano duet
by Miss Bernice Haight. Talk. “ I.aw
Enforcement” Mrs. Etta Rowland.
Vocal solo, Mrs. Jack Mills, Mrs.
Clarence Dahoff at the piano. Solo,
Mrs. J. M. Wolcott. Reading “ Whist
ling in Heaven,” and “ Trip to
Frisco” by Grandma Parr who is 86
young years of age. Reading, Mrs.
Charles Haight, 89, passed awny
last Saturday evening, April 9 at
8 o’clock at the home his daughter,
Mrs. Clinton Baughman on East
CHEMICAL COMPANY INTEREST-
Mr. Haught has been a resident
ED IN P O S S I B I L I T Y .
of Ashland for the past seventeen
years and has many friends in this
city who will mourn his loss.
The deceased is survived by nine
Mrs. Clinton Baughman
and Miss Berna Haight of Ashland;
J. H. Haight of Oakland, California; Redu c t i on o f O r e 1« Di f f i cu l t Prob*
Henry Haight of Cottage Grove, Or.;
lem to Mini ng Men o f T hi i
George and Ira Haight of Little
Secti on Now.
Shasta valley, California; Mrs. Anna
Fox of Hornbrook, California; Mrs.
Alice Simcox of Mt. Shasta City,
That the laboratories of the Ore
California; Mrs. Arthur Bates of
Fresno, California and three grand gon Chemical company hnve been
children, Sutherd and Charles Ward conducting extensive experiments
and Mrs. Floyce Simmons of Mt. with the so-called white mystery
metal with “ interesting” results was
Shasta City, California.
announcement made by W. B.
Funeral services were held Mon
manager of the company
day morning at 10 o’clock ¿froml
and well known mining engineer.
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the auspices of the Benevolent Or Robinson made no comment relative
Ne w Ice C r e a m Factory.
der of Elks No. 944, of which Mr. to the results of the experiment
We will eat more home manufact
other than to say they were interest
ured ice cream this summer, because Haight was a member.
ing, but that the company will in
there is going to be more made— and
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I all probability make some definite
of exceptianlly good quality.
The T O B U I L D M I L L
Lithia Creamery, home of “ Ashland
announcement of their experiments
Maid” butter has installed new,
within a few days was indicated by
modern ice cream equipment and
will be turning out the new product
R. U. Stenger of Canyonville has
by the first of May.
Discussing, the locations o f the
announced the construction of a
Woman is the backbone of the twenty ton capacity mill for the re mysterious metal, which has nil but
country, of the church and the club covery of tin and precious metals developed interest to a fever heat
— she is the backbone (and the from the ores located in his proper in the Grants Pass district, nnd over
which many prospectors nnd assay—
spare-rib) of the home. Most adver ty near Canyonville.
are at a wide variance, Robin
tising is addressed to women. The
The ore from which Mr, Stenger
paper they like is the best advertis has been recovering tins and other son said:
“ Ore, or rock, from which the
more precious metals is the same
Our last letter from Mrs. Boys kind from which other men are re mystery metal, or tin, can be found
explains her mission and her ideas covering the white metal, the identity at frequent intervals along the
in furnishing these splendid articles of which is in doubt by some parties. range of mountains from Ashlnnd
for women. They are to give cheer, Mr. Stenger is so thoroughly con to a point on the Rogue river below
encouragement, advice, jokes of vinced of the value of his ore that Grants Pnss. The genernl belief is
character, helps in maintaing the he has purchased mill equipment and that there is an unlimited quantity
home, sewing and style suggestions is making preparations to start re of the ore seems to be well justified
and sweet, homey articles with some covering the metal as quickly as the and it is evident that in the event
the ore contains tin and other
sentiment in them.
We hope the mill can be set up.
valuable metals that it will be diffi
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page “ For the Woman Reader” will
to prevent a stampede to this
be well received each week.
Rend the advertisements.
Robinson is also of the belief
that if samples of granite containing
black horn blend carry tin, that it
will in all probability be found in
various other formations. In fact,
he gives it as his opinion, that the
metal will not be limited to the
granite-horn blend formation.
Robinson also points out thnt if
the hopes of the most optimistic are
met, and that it is definitely deter
mined the ore is tin bearing, thnt
the problem o f reducing it remains
to be solved, which offers many dif
ficulties, although not impossible of
a comparative early solution.
Large Quantity Here
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Ce r e mo n i e *
Ti e Full Gospel temple has made
ex: nsive provisions for the Easter
*ci" Ices Sunday. The Sunday school
an' morning services will he a con
tinued Easter program and after
the morning program, the congrega-
t'°n will, as many as can, drive to
Ffvle Point where afternoon Easter
s*'i'\ices will be held and where bap
tism ceremonials will be observed.
Re\. Murphy earnestly invites the
Pid :ic to each and all of the services
(Continued on page 7)
LEAVING T IM E FOR T R A IN
A R E G I V E N T O P U B LI C
The leaving time for trains out of
Ashland under the new schedule
*L'Ch is to take effect on Sunday
will be as follows:
Train No. 32. the new train, 8:30 j
A- M. The Shasta, 11:10 A. M. The
Drcgonian 6:20 P. M. Going south
* lire will be two trains a day with
following schedule. The Shasta
k -d P. M, The Oregonian 3 P. M.
RIVER V A L L E Y
Plans were perfected at a meet
ing of local poultrymen nt Grants
Pass last Thursday night for the
organization of a Rogue river vailey
marketing co-operation, including the
growers o f Jackson and Josephine
counties. The Medford association
will be ex|andrd to care for the in
creased business. The board of nine
directors will be composed of three
directors each from Medford, Ash
land and Grants Pass. It is estimated
that 100,000 hens will be included in
the association by fall. Eggs are to
be handled from the central plant at
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Kel Mur G o o d Mine.
o <m sw eQR
M C M X X V II
The Golden Cross mine ore has
been officially determined as "tin.”
The Silvenite mine, joining the Kel-
Mar-Pet was sold last week and
will begin operations. The Kel-Mar-
Pet people believe their mine one
of the best in southern Oregon, not
only in gold, but now it look* like
much tin will be proven. It is lo
c a t e d at the pity limits of Gold Hill.