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EL PASO HERALD
15 Saturday, January 29, 1910.
An IS. D. Teils "E
GEORGE B. KLINE, M. D., of Mc
IMechen. W. Va., a brother of L.
C. Kline, D. O., of Tarentum, Pa.,
las the following experience with Os
teopathy reported in the December is
sue of "The Medical World," of Phila
delphia. It will be interesting to our
practitioners and especially the com
ment of the editors in conclusion, who
"print it for -what it may be worth,"
and advise AL D.'s suffering from hard
times to try tiie newer methods.
Editor Medical World:- I notice in
November World an advertisement, 'Os
teopathy for the Physician.' Osteopathy
is a, ffood thing- when properly used; but
for any one to expect to learn anything i
worth winle irom a dook is expecting
Some time ago one of my brothers
-went to Iowa and fell in with the os
teopaths and graduated Ifrom their col
lege. He located in Pennsylvania and
sent me literature ,among which was
a book illustrating and describing the
treatments. Now, I thought I would
learn sometMng about this treatment.
I -had the 'books a year. I could not
get smy thing out of them.
I then "went and spent three months
-with -this brother, under his tutorship.
He put me right to work. Then only
did I fbejrm fto see the lrarht? an osteo-
path, is a -high, grade mechanic of the
human system; and the treatment con
sists primarily in movements to read
just structures and remove obstruc
tions to the 'free and full normal ac
tivity of the various structures
Twvrvps- KInod vessels, frlands. etc. The
object is, to let Nature work nvithout
ihindranjce or friction.
I am a "regular," class of "87- I finis-bed.
the study of Osteopathy during
1905, and nearly all my practice now
consists of chronic cases who 'have tried
from, one to more tihan a dozen regu
lars. I am not exaggerating when I say
that 80 percent of them get well in
side of two months.
I inclose a few case reports.. No
medicine used in any of them. I nave
failed in hut one uncomplicated case of
constipation, and failed to cure one case
Hv - 7 ' O
of chronic partial paralysis after three j
attacKS 01 -wnat was cauea cerebro
spinal meningitis. I can report scores
of cases with results equal to these
Anything consisting of action must
"be seen to be appreciated. One not fa
miliar with football, (baseball, etc,
would not get much 'benefit .from illus
trated positions and descriptions; thus
no one can get much out of osteopathy
without seeing the modus operandi.
Geo. B. Kline, M. D., McMeechen, W. Va.
A few cases treated by Dr. Geo. B.
Kline, McMechen, W. Va.: v
1. A 'boy 12 months old, weight 14.
pounds, sick all bis life. Alimentary
canal trouble; vomiting continuously,
could not sit up. I gave him seven
teen treatments. He vomited 'but once
after the first treatment. In 5 months
"he weighed 25 pounds and was running
about. (This was my first case after
returning thame iuTlSQo.")
2. Mr. E., age 37; 'hemorrhage from
bowels for three years; two months
treatment cured bim, after fourteen
physicians had failed.
3. Mrs. C; cough, with pain in right
lung, for seven years. Cured in two
4. Mrs. C; sciatica; could not turn
in. (bed; 'had 'been bedfast most of the
previous winter. Gave two months
5. Mr. M.; swelling in neck size, of
ihickoey nut; painful for a month; 20
minutes treatment cured.
6. A girl,. age 11; ihip joint disease;
said to be tuberculous; scrofulous; cox
algia; had gone oil crutches 2 years; 3
months' treatment put "her on extend
ed sole sboe.
7. Mr. J.; constipation; heart trou-
Illnstrated booklet. Dr. Ceo. Brown,
Pine Ridge Sanitarium 0
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HBSJT!ViJt;s m trman county
MHP5fei3i'Sr g&SBy&ySSSS''' Has natural drainage h
AHSgff'jJJKv' -jjBgifes5"" every case treated according t
w5flfcfcflllBt'85' Itatei reasonable. Medical report of
liK Acgust 10, 1909, shows a complete recovery of 82
VKE handsome, PINE RIDGE
16ft I rui HiimnvK iflH
jskgJ Sunset Kqu
C o Jir
igtosi, Cincinnati, Chicago
and St, Louis
THROUGH TOURIST SLEEPING CARS
DINING AND LIBRARY OBSERVATION CARS,
EREE RECLINING CHAIR) CARS
OIL BURNING LOCOMOTIVES
W. C HcCORMICK, G. A. j, Em MONROE, C. T. A.
City Ticket Office Sz. Regis Hotel; -
ble; worked but half time; constant
headache; age 30. Gave sixteen treat
ments; missed no work after first treat
3. Mr. D.. age 40; railroad engineer;
was in two wrecks, right should nr
stoved. After walking around two
months with his arm helpless at Ins tide
tnd told i-y the raiucul surgeons :'u.n.
he never would be able to folio iis
eecupa'iun. six trcatmrfs put hiu back
9. Mr. W., age 40; raiiro.'i engineer.
Hemorrhage fron. kidney seven years
jreviously: l-.vl consulted pay-,k-ian- for
3)9 nmo. ajoiind. and tue fce-t. ri'-nlt
promised was that an operation was
necessary; had been taking medicines
regularly. Cured in three treatment-.
10. Rev. A.: nreacher's sore throat.
Cured in one month.
11. Mrs. S. G.; rheumatism in feet.
Cured in two months, after a half dozen
12. Mrs. T.; weak and sore bn-k for
eighty years ; improved from the first
treatment; considered herself well with
13. Mrs. S.; lame back for 25 yea's,
with constant headache. Cured in two
14. Mrs. M.; neuraljia and headache
from wind blowing ,-n back of neck.
vurea in one moniu.
15. Mr. B., age 45; ailinr for three
years; gradually losing weight, lost ail
ambition. In one mc-Uh had gainM 3
pounds and quit troaments in two
16. Mr. S.; double sciatica; relief at
17. Mr. B.; diarrhoea twenty-four
hours: cured at once.
18. Another Osteopath reports one hun-j
dred cases of typhoid fever cured with- 1
out the loss of a single case and there
axe hundreds of cases of pneumonia
cured without the loss 01 a single pa
tient. These doctors are all lionorable men,
who stand high in their profession. So
there is no doubt about it, or the Medi
cal World, would not publish it. To
those who are famliar with the work
done at the
Dr. A. T. Still Osteopath In
firmary, of El Paso, Texas.
Dr. Ira W. Collins,
Physician In Ghief.
The above will create no surprise, but
tbose wbo are not can see how easy it
was for them to cure six tlmusand
cases with the loss of only one to every
thousand patients. For their success is
ijust like ether thorough Osteopaths
from the school at Kirksville, Mo.
"When medical doctors who have prac
ticed like Dr. Kline for 18 vears, and
1 then take up Osteopathy and make such
a success of it, and certify to how
superior it is to medicine, it is no sur
prise that there axe four thousand less
students in medical schools and that
the Osteopathic school at Kirksville -has
the largest in its history. For Osteo
pathy is the only way to cure diseases
of every kind, and you cannot cure a
disease by whipping up the poor tired
nerves by poisoning a man, and that is
why Dr. Shoemaker says ten die from
the effect of the drug where one dies
from the disease, and why' the big hos
pitals in the cities use no drugs, and
only foods and baths and osteopathy,
for as Dr. Mayo, the great surgeon,
says, they have tried all the drugs and
found them a failure, and that no one
ought to spend two hours studying
materia medica, as it is a dead profes
sion. Feel your own spine, the trouble
is always there, for the entire circula
tion of blood is governed from the spine,
and the Bible says: "The life of all
flesh is in the 'blood,- and jfehey are the
words of God himself, and this truth
will live forever.
For tie Treafaeaf o
Modern in every re
spect ana thoroughly
equipped to handle
the most severe
cases. Located in
the famous "Pine
Hidge section of Georgia,
very top of the highest point
just 4t raHes from Atlanta.
. all directions. Each and
its ovm individual needs.
:ases from July 10, 190S to
6-7 per cent. Write for
the Cold North
Through the Sunny South
Mining News of the Great Southwest
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iSTew York Brokers Make
Report on Property, in
Thompson, 'Towle fc Co., members of
the Nev.- York siocn. exchange, make
the following: report on th& Calumet
and Arizona Mining company, of Bisbee:
Tlfofficers are: Chas. Briggs. presi
dent; Jas. Hoatson, vice president;
Thos. Hoatson, second vice president;
Li. v. Powell, vice president and gen-
eral manager; G. R. Campbell, secre-
riuiy, .reter ixuppe, treasurer. Directors,
Chas. Briggs, Peter Ruppe, Jas. Hoat-
son, Thos. F.'Cole. Thos. Hoatson, Geo.
K. Tener, L,. AY. Rpwell. C. A. Congdon,
G. R. Campbell, Chas. d'Autemont, jr.
The capitalization is Authorized,
250,000 shares, 'par $10, $2,500,000; out
standing, 200,000 shares, par $10, $2,
000,000. Location and Holdings.
The Calumet and Arizona Mining
company's property consists of 160
acres, located about two miles south of
Bisbee, Ariz., and also the mammoth
group of 35 claims, situated in Pinal
county, Ariz. The company has under
option 450 acres of well located ground
in the new camp of Courtland, Ariz.,
about 35 miles northeast of Bisbee.
Calumet and Arizona, Bisbee. Ariz.
This property adjoins the Copper Queen
mine, and constitutes the company's
most important producer. The ores,
which are direct smelting, assaying
about 6 percent copper, occur in' the
In addition to the rich oxidized ores,
! the property contains large quantities
of low grade sulphides, averaging 3
percent copper. These ores are not be
ing worked at the present time, but
undoubtedly -will be treated eventually, j
The property is developed by two I
shafts, the Irish Mag, 1270 feet deep,
and the Oliver, which has attained a
depth of approximately 1450 feet. A
new shaft, the Hope and Wagner, Is
now being sunk.
The Calumet and Arizona property is
worked in conjutcion with the Superior
and Pittsburg, and the ores are mixed
In such proportions as to make a self
fluxing material. The property at pres
ent is producing about 2,300,000 pounds
of copper per month.
Courtland Property The develop
ments at this property, located in the
heart of the new camp of Courtland,
are very encouraging, and from present
appearances the mine should become a
valuable asset of the Calumet and Ari
zona company. This" property has been
rapidly developed by three main shafts
and a large amount of drifting. The
ores are of a smelting character, said
to assay approximately 7 percent. The
average thickness of the deposit is 30
feet. Owing to the occurrence of these
ores in blanket formation they should
be mined cheanS, and considering the
grade, copper should be produced at a
Mammoth Group This property is de
veloped by two shafts 400 reet deep,
and shows-jgood concentrating material,
assaying 2.5 percent copper. "Work has
been 'suspended at one shaft, while the
other is being sunk to the 600 foot
The Calumet and Arizona Mining
company's smelter is located at Doug
las, 25 miles southeast of the mine.
The EI Paso & Southwestern railway,
over which the company has a low
freight rate, connects tiie mine with
the reduction plant.
The smelter has a capacity of from
2000 to 2200 tons per day. The ores
of the Superior and Pittsburg Copper
company are treated at the plant, to
gether with those of the Calumet and
Arizona. The plant ooes not do a cus-
Production 1905 to 1900.
Pounds- fine copper produced 1905,
31,772.896; 1906, 37,470,284; 190730,689,
448; 1908, 28,"048,329.
Value of gold and sliver 1905, $17S,
843; 1906, 23S,464; 1907, $210,S46; 190S,
Tons of ore smelted 1905. 2G2.952:
1906, 215,671; 1907, 232,460; 1908, 265,
344. Pounds copper per on 1906,, 179;
Syrup of Figs
world as the best of
for men, women and
has the full name of
Syrup Co. printed
every package. It
size only, regular
. per bottle. The
times offered are of
and do not give
therefore, should be
1907, 131; 1908. -105.
Percent copper recovered per ton
1905, 7.82; 1906, S.95; 1907, 6.56; 190S,
Monthly Production, 15)00.
jiiiiLuu v ......... ........... . -,oOi.,a-
July I 2,171,953
Report for Year Eudln? Dee. 31, 1D0S.
During the year the production
amounted to 2S.04S.329 pounds of re
fined copper and 234,358 in gold and
silver values. The average price re
ceived for copperduring the year was
12.94S cents per pound". The cost of
producing copper, lnc:ufiing construc
tion, was S.6S cents per .pound. During
the year the tonnage treated was in
creased by approximately 39,000 wet
tons. The percentage of copper recov-
ered during the year fell off to 105
pounds from 131 pounds, the figure for
tne preceding year.
The management states: "We still
hold options upon claims, amounting in
all to $530,600. payments of which axeA
spread over the next 12 months. De
mand loans will be called in to meet
"The amount expended in developing
lands under option in 1908 was $274,-
721.06, and for payments on options,
$99,900, a total of $374,621.06." J
The company's annual report makes
no estimate of the ore reserves. This
is not surprising, when one considers
the formation. The ore bodies here are
generally very soft and oxidized, occur
ring in the limestone, and owing to the
difficulty of preventing caving, little
ore Is beinng blocked out ahead of ac
The Calumet and Arizona Mining,
company has paid to date the following
1903 $ 400,000
December, 1909 .
Total dividends ...$10,900,000 ?54.50
VsPuring the past few years there has
been a continued increase in the ton-na-ge
treated and a steady decrease in
the copper contents of the ore. These
figures are to be seen in the above table
Costs have increased materially; a few
years ago the property was producing
copper at from 5 to 6 cents per pound,
while for 190S it was 8.6S cents. "We
understand, from the most reliable
sources available, that copper is being
produced at the present time at a cost
of 9 cents per pound.
Estimated Earnings and Earnings per
Assuming a production of ,27.000.000
lbs. of copper perannum and a cost of
9c per lb., we have the following earn
ings and earnings per share- at the vari
ous copper metal markets:
Annual production 27.000,000 pounds.
Cost per pound (estimated; v cents.
Copper at 13 cents a ""pound Earn
ings. $1,620,000; earnings per share,
Copper at "14 cents a pound Earn
ings, $1,350,000; earnings per share,
Copper at 15 cents a pound Earn
ings, $1,620,000; earning per share
EL PASOAtf IS m
RUSH FOR GOLD!
Son of Thomas S. Parker
Hurries to Rich Idaho
Thomas S. Parker a mining man of
this city, ha received a letter from
his son in Idaho, stating that he was
on his way to the wonderful Jarbridge
gold discover. Two men were in EL
Paso recently, on their way to Chihua
hua, who had come from Idaho, and
they stated that tire Jarbridge is the
greatest gold discovery in the United
Nothing but the deep snow covering
that country, prevents a wild stam
and Elixir of
the California Fig
on the front of
is for sale by all
price 50 cents
ARE BEING WORKED
Three Bear Company Plans
Orogrande. N. M.. Jan. 29. W. F.
Brice, one of the leading stockholders
of the Three Bear Mining company, of
this district, who has been in the camp
the past ten days, left for his home in
Philadelphia last evening. Mr. Brice
was here in the interest of the company
looking over the property, consulting
with the manager, Mr. Davis, and mak
ing plans for future development work.
Culver & Downs are now drifting
from the 300 foot level on the Alice.
This drift is already in ahout 200 feet,
the purpose being to cut a big dyke
just ahead. This firm has also been
steadily at work on the Gem and has
cut a good ore body at about the 200
Baker &Company are vnow doing
some work on the Mamie which they
purchased soma' time ago from Joe
Nocker. This is a gold property, some
very high values having been taken
from It. (
The First National company is having
some placer work done on its property,
just below the big reservoir.
The Eureka Mines company. Consol
idated, is the latest Orogrande company.
This Is a reorganization of the old
Eureka company and a consolidation of
properties. The company is officered
by the following:
President, William F. Watson, Boston
Mass.; vice president, l. w. urozier,
Brookline, Mass.; second vice president,
John S. Lamphrey, Boston, Mass.; third
vice president, Geo. H. Bradford, Bos
ton, Mass.; treasurer, Warren W. C.
Spencer, M. D., Brookline, Mass.: secre
tary, Wallace C. Sprague, Boston, Mass.
The board of directors include: William
F. Watson, I. W. Crozier, John S. Lam
phrey, Geo. H. Bradford, Warren W. C
Spencer, Joseph Elwell, Dr. Geo. C
Hale. Geo. E. Moffett, of Orogrande, is
named as local engineer and mining
superintendent and Prof. Fayette A.
Jones, of Albuquerque, N. M., as con
John H. Moffett, of Kingston, N. M.t
spent several days In the camp recently
looking over a mining property.
TO RESUME WORK
Tombstone Consolidated Is
Unwatering Mine To
Bisbee, Ariz., Jan. 29. It Is expected
that the Cochise Gold and Silver com
pany and the Tombstone Silver and
Copper company will shortly resume
work on their properties, situated in
New ground Is being tested and
worked at the Hershal mine, while de
veloping continues as usual.
About 5.000,000 gallons of water are
Dumoed dally from the shaft of the
. Tombstone Consolidated, mines This
company -was obliged some time ago
to start work for reducing the level of
flood, which did not allow further de
velopment of the mine. The Tombstone
Consolidated is going to sink a shaft
on the northern part of Its property,
and at present is Running its stamp
mill at full capacity.
According to reports the mining prop
erty of Messrs. Winters and Vanderman,
located In this county, will be developed
on extensive basis. The ore bodies al- j
ready extracted are said to carry min
erals of high values.
James Watson, a miner of great ex
perience, has just come from the Pata
gonia district. He said that conditions
are very birght there and that a number
of miners who own claims are develop
ing their properties, making from time
to time shipments of valuable ores to
AT THE TIN MINE
General Manager Affirms
Report of Rich Strike
W. E. Ki-h, general manager of the
thV v.inn" V"";c',T IZf
Wm niTMn mn 'msi t - t
oJ- '- " t-w.y.
"Number 2 shaft, west drift, Is in ore
as usual, but the vein pinched only 16
to 18 inches. East drift has nice 7 per
cent ore, but we have stopped working
it until the mill is ready.
"San Juan shaft, east drift breast Is
all in ore: the west end has a 20 inch
vein of ore. Two weeks ago we cut
through a deposit of ore 30 feet lontr.
which assayed 20 percent tin, over the
whole width of the drift. We have not
crosscut it, and will not do so till the
mill Is ready.
"Santiago shaft, the east drift has a
vein of good ore 15 inches wide. The
west drift is all ore over the whole
breast. We have struck quite a flow
of water, and we are putting in a
hoist to handle it, and intend to sink
and see what there is to It.
"We have also struck water in an
arroya near camp.
"R. C. Canby has completed tlie draw
ings for the tin mill and the El Paso
Bridge company has the steel building
for it under consideration. J. C. Miller
is superintending the property, and has
a iorce or ou miners at work.
DULTJTH COMPANY HAS MANY
MEN XT AYORK IN OCAMPO.
Chihuahua, Mex., Jan. 29. The Sierra
Consolidated Mines company, of Duluth
has 200 men employed In development
work at Ocampo, Chih. The company
has increased this force from 60 men
in the past two months.
This company is the corporation cap
italized at ?5,000,000, United States cur
rency, organized a few months ago by
Thos. F. Cole and Jos. B. Cotton at Du
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Drs. Satterlee & Satterlee. Os
teopaths. Dr. Flora Satterlee and
Dr. iNettie Sctterlee.
Carter & Robertson. Mill. Mine
and Smelter Supplies.
The Standard Home Comnanv.
E. L. Joseph, District Manager.
Mrs. J. B.' Cass and Miss Garra.
.ne Ludlow-Saylor Wire Co.
J. E. Robertson, Mngr.
Royal Jackman, Upper Vallpv
Mexico Northwestern Bail
Tk- ie Gra.de, Sierra Xa&re
Pacific Railroad Co.'
NEW TIME CARD! '
NEW station: -
NOV. 14ii, 1M.
Effective this date Passenger
trains will leave our NEW STA
TION, cormer Calles COMERCIO
CIUDAD JUAREZ at 1 P. )L
NUEVA CASAS GRANDE5 7 P. M.
NUEVA CASAS GRANDES 12:15 IVH.
CIUDAD JUAREZ P. M.
Thus bringing Nueva Casas
Grandes and Intermediate points sev
eral hours nearer El Paso and vice
versa, and allowing patrons oppor
tunity to transact v.eir business
and be home next day.
HUNTING and FISHING such as
found nowhere else on North Ameri
Write for full particulars.
H. C. FERRIS. T. R. RYAN.
General 3ISr. TraXIe Msr.
, Chihuahua. Mexico.
Why Pay Rent?
Don't Yoh Want
Your 0-vth Home?
WILL BUY YOU A
Yoh Pay Oaly 87.50 Per ilostk oB Eack
With 3 percent interest per annum, pay
able monthly. This Is far better than
paying rent. Don't you think so' Our
Investment feature Is the best in the
world. We pay $1.50 for every dollar
paid in. You pay $5.00 per month for
six years and eight months, -which is
$4S0, and you draw out in cash S720.
This Is far better than any investment
you ever heard of. Write for our con
tract or any ot our literature and we
will be glad to' mail them to you. Or
call and see us.
We loan money In all parts of the
ELLIS L. JOSEPH,
319-320 Herald Building, El Paso
Bell Phone 2709. .auto. Phone 2015.
We. can use a few good agents.
PRODUCERS OF aNI" DEAXSRS IS
Pure Milk and
r m( 9 9 X
Phones: Sell 340 Ast I15fc
Office 313 N. Oitzic St.