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Mohave County miner. (Mineral Park, A.T. [Ariz.]) 1882-1918, November 16, 1912, Image 3

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ines of the County
A nice bar of bullion was brought in
from the Frisco mill a few days ago
The bar was valued at about 0000
the result of ten days run of the mill
George Klerap who is making a
raise from the tunnel on the Mint
property at Layne Springs reports
having opened up a nice streak of
very rich gold silver ore The ore in
the mine is the richest found in that
section
Jack Sanford who recently discov
ered some exceptionally rich ore on a
claim in the upper part of IX L Basin
is in town He reports that he has
succeeded in locating the vein whence
came the rich float rock and is ready
to do considerable development work
on it
Ross H Blakely was over at the
Mocking Bird mine the first of the
week and reports that W H Hall is
running his mill on good ore from the
old Mocking Bird property The sav
ing of values by the cyanide process is
good and the plant and property are a
pronounced success
1 Duff Brown the well known
Kingman carpenter has gone to the
Chemehuevis mountains where he will
put the little Blakely mill in commis
sion crushing ore from the recent
strike of Joe Marinez in which he is
interested It is expected that this
mill will be able to handle the output
of the mine and -as the ore is free mill
ing a good saving of values may be
expected
Joe Marinez whoisdoingassessment
work on his School Maam claim in
Chemehuevis mountains has encount
ered a splendid streak of ore that gave
results of better than G00 gold to the
ton The mine is one of the old pro
perties of the Chemehuevis mountain
and has been worked intermittantly
with varying results the past ten or
fifteen yeers Mr Marinez has so far
made good wages from the property
whenever he has worked it
Kirk and Lavell of Salt Lake City
have taken an option on the C O D
mine and will begin operations on the
property not later than the twentieth
of next month The firm is one of the
big mining concerns of Utah and will
make things hum when they get to
work on the property Mr Kirk and
Herbert Salinger were out looking over
the mines in company of John Boyle
Jr this week The C O D is one of
the great properties of Mohave county
and it is to be regretted that nothing
has been done on it the past year
Iu doing the assessment work on
one of the Bi Metal claims a good
body of ore was discovered in the
shaft sunk on the west side of the
railroad track This ore is said to
have a superior grade to that of the
main ore body on the old property
The property is being considered by
one of the large corporations with the
view of taking it over and working it
on a large scale The mine is one of
the largest veins of low grade ore in
the county having a width of vein in
excess of 700 feet more than five hun
dred feet in length being exposed be
low the volcanic cap
It is reported that the Clark inter
ests have taken a bond on the mines
of liidenour and others at Brownville
in Cottonwood district and that work
on a large scale will soon be under
way on the properties These mines
are covered by the old Tawa prop
erties and the Luper and Carney
mines The latter mines are said to
have a wonderful showing in gold and
silver Shipments from these mines
have given results of more than 100
gold to the ton while the Copper
Giant in the larger group is one of
the well known copper properties of
the district
Dr Tj D Godshall was in Kingman
this week coming in from his home
in Los Angeles and went out to look
after his mining interests near Layne
Springs Ho reports that h has taken
over the old Tecopa pijturty near
Resting Springs on the Tonopah rail
road and will soon have a bg force of
men of men at work breaking ore and
shipping it to the Salt Lake smelters
The Tecopa mines are among the big
low grade proportions of Inyo county
and owing to its high grade iron con
tent and oxidized condition gets a free
smelter rate being paid for the entiro
content of the ore in gold silver and
lead Even then the ore only returns
a value of about eight dollars to the
ton
MOHAVE COUNTY MINER KINGMAN ARIZONA NOVEMBER 16 1912
The jig on the Banner mine has
been turning out a high grade of zinc
and lead concentrates shipment being
made to the smelter weekly These
concentrates are made ftom ores of
the de la Fountaine mine the raw
ores being shipped direct to the
smelter and the jiggings made from
screened ores
George B Ayers this week brought
from the Gold Road mill a bar of bull
ion that weighed 23000 The bar
shipped out last week from the mill
weighed 25000 The mill is doing
great work but the addition to the
plant is awaited to advertise the mine
properly it being expected that at
least 200000 will be the monthly out
put when the new plant is put in com
mission
W H Foster and F Culbert two
mining men from Los Angeles went
out to Music Mountain yesterday
morning in company of Mr Aitken
They took a hurried look at the mine
and returned to Kingman in the after
noon The mine has a shaft at a
depth of 200 feet from which some of
the richest ore ever taken from a mine
in the state was extracted The vein
as a whole carries good gold values
L A Dockery and Charles Qualey
of El Paso have been looking at the
Midnight and Pinkham mines the past
two weeks and it is understood that
they will make investment in the
properties These mines carry good
values in gold silver and copper and
the veins are immense in size The
Midnight also carries zinc values that
might be made valuable by the instal
lations of suitable machinery for its
separation from the other minerals
and the gangue
J T Wallace was down from Hack
berry last Wednesday evening and
reports that he has been doing some
work on the mines of the Arizona Ne
vada Gold mines company at Music
Mountains and that he has been taking
out some exceptionally rich gold ore
from the Rooseyelt tunnel The ore
was encountered in the cross vein at a
point about 100 feet from the old shaft
six hundred feet in This ore will
run about a dollar a pound and while
the streak of this character of ore is
small it nevertheless is giving up con
siderable ore
James A Robert one of the direc
tors of the Frisco Gold Mines com
pany is a recent arrival from New
York City Early this week he went
to the mines and Wednesday evening
departed to Los Angeles wl e -e he
will visit with E H Barton the gen
eral manager of the property who is
reported to be very ill Mr Roberts
is very much interested in mining and
other matters in this county and it is
his intention to look after many other
investment and development schemes
while here
Colorado River Flood
Water Storage
A meeting of all those interested in
the storage and conservation of the
waters of the Colorado river will be
held at the Chamber of Commerce
Los Angeles California November
22 1912 The object of the meeting s
to prepare a petition to be placed be
fore congress at the forthcoming ses
sion calling for action by that body in
the building of great storage reservoirs
on the headwaters of the river to con
trol the How of that great stream
It is contended that by the building of
these reservoirs the Hoods that usually
do so much damage in the early parts
of the year along the lower reaches i f
the rver may be controled the flood
waters being eased off during the low
stago period without damage to the
firms in Arizona and California
M I Powers of the Citizens Bank
was a visitor this week from Flagstaff
Porto Ricos New Wonder
From far away Porto ltico come re
ports of a wonderful new discovery
I hat is believed will vastly benefit the
people Ramon T Merchan of Barco
loneta writes Dr Kings New Dis
covery is doing splendid work here
It cured me about five times of ter
rible coughs and colds also ray brother
of a severe cold in his chest and more
than 20 others who used it on my ad
vice We hope this great medicine
will yet be sold in every drug store in
Porto Rico For throat and lung
troubles it has no equal A trial will
convince you of its merit 50c and
100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed
by H H Watkins
Haynes Mines to be Explored
Thoiias E Campbell of the Haynes
Copper Company has returned to the
city from Jerome and made the im
portant announcement that operations
have been resumed on that property
and on a permanent basis
During his trip east last August
arrangements were concluded for am
ple finances to be expended for pros
ecuting deep development and this
will be carried out vigorously in the
future Preliminary to active mine
work the old workings are being un
walered and three weeks will be re
quired to drain the levels The plan
outlined is to sink the main shaft that
has reached a depth of 700 feet to a
point about 1200 feet after which
cross cutting begins to the north and
west faults It is estimated that four
teen months will be required to carry
out this development and the inten
tion is to pass through the leached
zone determined in former operations
greater depth being necessary to give
formal definite results Mr Campbell
views the future of the Haynes as de
cidedly encouraging under the plan
manifested to explore to great depth
as well is it gratifying to the many
stockholders residing in Arizona and
the west to learn that the property is
to be explored sufficiently that abso
lute determinations may be concluded
The Haynes faces a decidedly at
tractive future and the work will be
carried out earnestly and practically
on the lines specified Mr Campbell
also states that the policy of the pres
ent management is to give but little
publicity in the future pertaining to
the development of the property Be
hind the Haynes are men of wide
prominence in mining and financial
circles of the country a guarantee
that the work will be carried out as
outlined Prescott Journal Miner
Plucky Work at Tonopah Fire
The detatls of the fire at the sub
power station at Tonopah which cause
such temporary havoc with the output
of the mills last week was due to the
doing of 25000 worth of damage to
the interior workings of the plant in
which most of the machinery was bad
ly damaged The blaze started in one
of the huge transformers located on the
floor near the front of the building
Overheating is believed to have been
the cause although a short circuit
may have started the trouble Within
a very few minutes the woodwork in
front of the structure was ablaze and
after that the entire interior was filled
with a continuous sheet of while flame
Water applied by the fire depart
ment did not serve to diminish the
Barnes the oil soaked machinery burn
ing until the combustible material had
been completely ruined
The fire was extinguished after an
hours fight The entire town was
plunged in darkness and operations at
the various mines and mills was sus
pended In many instances miners
were forced to climb ladders to the
surface afler completing their shift
The weather was below zero and it
was with difficulty that the firemen
handled the hose Added to this was
the intense heat from within the build
ing and the cold blasts from without
Temporary repairs have been effected
giving the mills the necessary power
to operate New York Mining Age
Dr Jesse H Baker the Optometrist
who fits glasses and tests the eyes is
in Kingman on his annual visit He
is stopping at the Commercial Hotel
Advertised Letters
The following letters remain uncall
ed for in the Postotfice at Kingman
Ariz for the week ending Nov Hi
1912 If not called for within two
weeks will be sent to the Dead Letter
office Washington D C
Cipriano Alonzo Tgnano Andujo
M Branbela Mr Jose Bunios Manuel
Blance Secundino Chavira Mr J D
Dawson 2 Melanindes Dins Sr Jorje
Garay Mr Howard Gear H L
Groover Mrs G M Hughes Mr R
L Hamilton Mr Fred Kinner Senor
Serafino Luintere Mr Jack C Miller
Mr Paul L McLogan Sr Margarito
Morillon Mr Frank O Matlorl W
H Smith Miss M Taylor J W Tan
byon M Kelly Wiggins Mr Joe
Brown Miss Hutlie Bell Mr James
L Flfet Mis H J Johnston Mrs
Mary Kouhenn
Parties calling for letters please sa
advertised
J N CoiirNouit
Postmaster
PAY DAY
Is always a long way off for the spendthrift But the
thrifty man is always ahead of the Pay Day Dollars
are slippery things and the only sure way is to open
an account at our Bank t J jt j Jt
WE PAY 5 PER CENT
ARIZONA CENTRAL BANK
Flagstaff
Capital and Surplus
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Kingman M E Church
Clyde W Deming Pastor
1030 a m Sunday school
D T Price Supt
730 p m church service All cor
dially invited
It is a pleasure to tell you that
Chamberlains Cough Kemedy is the
best cough medicine I nave ever
used writes Mrs Hugh Campbell of
Lavonia Ga I have used it with all
my children and the results have been
highly satisfactory For sale by all
dealers
Notice of Sale of Real Estite at Pri
vate Sale
IN THE SUPERIOR COUKTOF THE COUNTY
of Mohave State of Arizona
Iu the Matter of the Estate of
JOHNATHAN A LOGAN Deceased
Notice Is Hereby Given That la pursuance of
an order of the Superior Court of the State of
Arizona in and for the County of Mohave
made on the f urthdav of November 1912 in
the mailer of the estate of Johoathan A Logan
deceased the uudersicred the Administrator
of said estate will sell at public auction to the
highest bid ler subject to conttrniatioi
by said Superior Court on
Wednesday the fourth day of De
cember 1912
at ten oclock a m at the
office of said Administrator same being the
office of tne Sheriff of said Mohave Coiiity at
the Court House iu the city of Kingman in the
said County of Mohave State of Arizona the
following described real property towlt An
undivided one fourth Inteiest in and to the
Otsego mlnlug claim situate lylLg and br
ing in the Owen mining district
County of Mohave State of Arizona U lted
States Patent which Is recorded in Book 21 of
Deeds page 91 Records of Mohave Couity Ari
zona
Bids will be received for said property on or
before above date at place above mentioned
Terms of Sale Cash
J P GIDEON
Administrator of the iMate
of Johnatban A Logan Deceased
Dated November 15th 1912
First insertion Nov 16 -30
LET ME BE YOIR VALET
Cleaning Pressing Re
pairing Suits made to
Measure J Jt J
Carroll Dye Works
Phone 31 Kingman Ariz
Out of town work Solicited
Williams
Kingman
Deposits Over
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Deputy Sheriff A F Harris returned
the first of the week from San Fran
cisco where he went as messenger
with the 1330011 shipment of bullion
from the Tom Reed mine
A N Keech who is dry farming
near Antarez wis in town yesterday
He reports thai the crops of wheat and
other small grain which was sowed
prior to the late rains is all up and
showing a good healthy growth
Wm L vook who was Postmaster
at Nethart Montana writes I
recommend Foleys Honey Tar Com
pound to all m people and they are
never disaupointed with it Foleys
Honey Tar Compound for coughs
and colds gives the best possible re
sults HH Watkins Druggist
Gaddis Perry
Company
Purveyors to the Public and Dealers in
Genera
Merchandise
Combined with every necessity to the
Miner Farmer and StQQk
Man
Our Diamond M Flour is unsurpassed
We keep constantly on hand
Mining Supplies
Blacksmith Coal
Black Diamond Steel
Everv Kind and class of tool
used liV Miner and farmer
rresh tqgs and Sandy Honey
Best Butter in the Market
Shell Hardware
And we carry
Furnisiing Goods
Hiqh class Shoes
Converters
Blankt ts
Mattresses and Plllov s
3 Stores O
Kingman Yucca Cerbat
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real shoe comfort when you wear a
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Comfortable from the
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