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Tuesday, February S, 1910.
ill A straight, honesty 11
II healthful cream of 'mm
li tartar bahmg powder. 1
II Made from Grapes
m 1 Contains not a grain 111
KjNi of injurious ingredient flf
Ilk Fifthf Years jj
SIRS. BELO MAKES
DONATION TO JHUSEUM
Sirs. "WiHfcler, Recently from Texas,
Receives Assistance In Furnish
ing the Texas Room.
Mrs. A. V. Winkler, of this city,
regent for Texas of the Confederate
Museum, of Richmond, Ta., has re
ceived from Mrs. A. H. Belo, of the Gal
veston and Dallas News, $100 dona
tion toward the endowment of the
Texas room at the Confederate Mu
seum. Two thousand dollars is required to
place the room upon a safe financial
Mrs. Belo presented the room several
years ago with a bronze tablet in mem
ory of CoL Belo.
r "3IISS HOBBS."
The Bailey Stock company pleased
another large house last night with the
laughable comedy, "Miss Hobbs," the
great New York success. The same bill
will run the rest o- the week with a
AT TUB EMPIRE THEATER.
The management of the Empire the
ter, 213 south El Paso street, Is spar
ing no expense, it declares in securing
the latest and most up to date pictures
for its patrons. This theater caters to
the best class of trade, specially mo
men and children. All pictures are pos
itively new and the program is changed
The program for tonight is "The
A. Health-Guarantee to be Found in No Other Water,
1 The ONLY Water put up in STERILIZED
2 The ONLY Water Domestic or Foreign
which is NEVER put in a bottle that
has been used before.
The World's Best
JACKSON GROCERY CO.
This week our window has
a display of Nutting's hand
colored photographs from
1 I8?EfliM ?
A Handy DIrscfory of Reliable and
eHn'A a, biu;i git!,.
m IWflV&IIK VSZZ IS -b U CrST- KiTft Vl w -a K H K 3 1 !-a HI
$& E iff 3 II tM
TRUNKS AKD BAGS
'SSI! 1 fllliC SKPSfPrmade' xe?zecl and exchanged.
Courtship of Miles Standish." a his
torical drama, very interesting; "The
Fatal Fascination," drama; "Getting
Square with the Inventor," a funny
AXOTilER CHINA SHOWER.
Manager Rich will give away an
other Instalment of that handsorme
hand decorated chinaware tomorrow
night at the Majestic. Three shows
are given nightly 7:30, 8:30 and 9:30.
KEEP xOUP EYE O
THE YELLOW LABEL.
All subscribers to T:ie Herald
should watch the yellow label pasted
on the -wrapper or on the first Dage of
their paper. The date nrinted there
on is the data of expiration of sub
scription. "When a remittance on sub
scription account Is made, this date
should be changed. When it is not
changed soon after remittance Is made,
allowing, of course, reasonable time
to reach El Paso, the subscriber
should immediately call the attention
of this office to the oversight. By
doing this when the matter is fresh in
the minds of all concerned, all further
trouble and Inconvenience will be
Paper Board Men Fined.
New Tork, Feb. 8. Twenty-six man
ufacturing firms of the Paper Board
association, Indicted by the federal
grand jury as members of a combina
tion in restraint of trade pleaded guiliy
as an association in the United States
circuit court. Fines or $2000 each,
$52,000 in all were immediately Imposed
and in all except one case were' paid
EL PASO, TEXAS
San Antonio St.
W ihJSiUSe IUSrK tSSfeS
Progressiva Firms of El Paso
Automobile Tire's, Tubes and Sundries
CRAIG, O'DONNELL & CO.
Chamber of Commerce Building
5E Tr-lints. T?atre anrt Cit?- "-
PIaza. TeL 1054: Auto 1966.
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Promising Properties In the Quitman Mountains
(Bv William B. Phillips, director of the Bureau of Economic Geology of the University of Texas)
I have just completed a second visit
to the Quitiuan mountains, El Paso
county, and the results, of observations
made there may be ot interest to min
ing men readied through The Herald.
TLe Quitiiiian mountains are south of
the Southern Pacific railway, at and
near Lasca switch, nine 'miles west of
S.erra Biancn. They extend . from -the
railroad to the Rio Grande and attain
aii elevation of more than G000 feet. The
rocks are carboniferous and critaccous
limestones, capped by granite ana other
igneous flows. Trachyte, andesite and
'porphyry are to be observed near and
south of Zimpleman Pass.
Zinc, Lead and Copper.
On the east side of the -main range and
near the S. P. well the granite carries
ores of lead and zinc, with a little cop
per. On the west side, where the car
boniferous limestone is much more ex
tensively developed than on the east side,
the values lie in tne copper ore, although
some shipments of silver-bearing galena
have been made from time to time. So
far, there has been little or no zinc
found on the west side of the main
At the old Bonanza mine, east side,
the Republic Mining and Milling com
pany, has a mill and concentrating plant
for the treatment"-of lead-zinc ore. The
process used was the Sutton-Steele dry
concentrating process, which has been
further developed and much improved by
R. C. Canby, of El Paso. The mill has
not been in operation for some time, but
it is reported that it is soon to be start
When I was there several years ago
the tables were making very clean con
centrates both of galena and zinc blend,
and I see no reason why, with improved
machinery and careful management, the
enterprise should not succeed.
The lead concentrates are taken by
the El Paso smelters, but the zinc has
to go to Colorado or Kansas. There is
good ore in the old Bonanza.
The carboniferous limestone, whifch
is so extensively developed on the west
side of the .main range, is observable at
one place on the east side, about hall"
way between ' the Republic mill and
Zinipleman's Pass. At this place, how
ever, it carries no values.
Copper Bearing Ore.
On the west side of the main range and
Modern Methods to Be Em
Ployed an&Machinery and
Fuel Will Be Bought in
The resurrection of old districts In the
southwest was partlcuraly in New Mex
ico, after years of innocuous desuetude,
is well illustrated every day by reports
from the mining field brought by
turning mining engineers and opera-
tors who pass through this city daily.
Twenty years ago the wonderful pro
duction of the Carlyle Gold mine in the
Steeple Rock district of western Grant
county, New Mexico, was the talk of all
mining men in the southwest. Finally
water was struck and the ore became
too low grade at depth to pay under
the then crude methods and operations
were stopped, and have continued so
ever since until lately.
W. G. Marshall, superintendent of the
American Exploration and Mining com
pany is at the St. Regis, busily engaged
in preparing a report on the properties
for the directors, who will leave Bos
ton on February 15 to meet him and
receive it. The properties of this com
pany, composed of Bostonians who re
cently acquired these mines, paying
$50,000 therefor, consist of 14. claims ad
joining the old Carlyle mines on the
Cuts Rich Vein.
B SI ""a8 S 5 F fi T" P if0 R II I R fl lT& 1 R I 'pl 1 0"P
"What Impressed me the most on ar- I Psed of sranular quartzite and quartz
riving on the ground." said Mr. Mar- Porphyry, bisecting and dissecting it.
shall, was that Steeple Rock has lain To tne east the mountains are very.pre
dormant for these many years, not on cipitous, rising abruptly 1500 to 2000
account of its isolation nor from lack ' feet, with large box canyons in which
of mineral, but because of the lack of J are old cliff dwellings presenting a
untodate methods In treatment of ores picturesque landscape. This formation
and ignorance of the geological condi- J
tions so apparent to the new comers.
"I found that hundreds of fet of ex
pensive "work had been done and hun
dreds of thousands of dollars had been
thrown away in this manner. As you
will see by this plan the former owners
had sunk a vertical shaft through the
vein which was dipping to the east and
sunk down through barren rock passing
away from the vein. Seding this ob
vious fact, I ran a cross cut and in a
few feet cut through the vein 18 feet
wide which gives a general average of
$26 a ton in gold and silver values,
carrying only three and a half percent
iron, for a width of eight feet. The re
mainder of the vein runs from six to
eight dollors a ton for ten feet.
"I found also that the vein was con
tinuous for 7000 feet -from south to
north and traced it to the mill site, and
Tm Swiss er !hs FSover?
Ah me! I saw a huge and lo3thsoma sty,
Vherein a drove of -wallowing svine
"Whose banquet shocked the nostril and
Then spoke a voice, "Ehol& the source
I fled, and saw a field that seemed at first
One glistening mass of roses pure and
With dewy buds 'mid dark green foliage
And, as I lingered o'er the lovely sight,
The summer breeze, that cooled that
Whispered, " Behold the source 'of
23r. G. E. CAMEStON
Full Set Teeth (best teeth).
Reliable dentistry at
umee over Guarantee Slide Store
beginning at a point about three miles
south of Lasca are heavy outcrops of
a hard, blue limestone which is probably
carboniferous, but I do not concern
r myself so much with its age as with
its mineral contents. It can be readily
I traced for nearly three miles and ex
hibits abdut the same qualities through
out this area.. It is traversed by heavy
outcrops of 'gossan, the socalled iron of
I the prospectors, and in every case cop
j per ores have been found under them,
I malachite, azurite, chrysocolla, chalco
J pyrite and bornite. These gossans fre
! quently contain bunches of sliver-bear
ing galena, with now and then crystals
of wulfeuite (molybdate or lead), but
this area is not to be regarded as a
silver-lead district in spite of the ship
ments that have been made.
It is a copper district of considerable
promise and very little attention need be
given to the lead ores. If these are
found in the course of prospecting well
and good, let them be saved and shipped,
but the main object of the prospector
should be the location of the copper
Several cars of copper ore have been
shipped and the average of the hand
picked stuff was close to IS percent
in copper and $2 in gold. The best ore
that has been taken out gave 24 percent
copper, 39 ounces silver and 1.32 ounces
gold. The wagon haul to the railroad is
$1 a ton, with a possible reduction to
75 cents. The freight to Dl Paso is
$1.25 a ton, so that the total cost of
wagon and railroad freight is $2.25 a
. Water Not Plentiful.
There is not much water in the Quitman
mountains for operations on a consid
erable scale, but the Rio Grande is only
seven miles distant- It is likely that
much additional water could be ob
tained through wells sunk on the east
side in the granite. Some mine water
cnay be encountered on the west side,
especially near the contact of the lime
stone and granite, bur there are no
i shafts deep enough to warrant a posi
tive opinion on this point.
The copper values in the limestone do
not always lie in Immediate proximity
to the lime of contact with the granite
or with ' the porphyry The best look
ing prospect that I saw is irom 200 to
250 feet below the contact, where there j
is no granite at all
At this place there
now I have started a tunnel within 300
feet of the mill and will drift from
that end north in the vein on pay ore
instead, of operating the old work
shaft 7000 feet distant, thus saving a
cost of mining hoisting and hauling that
distance at a cost of 57 a ton.
"Another thing in the past great ex
pense has been incurrel In the vain
effort to treat the ores of that district
by amalgamation and concentrating, all
of which have been dismal failures. My
experiments carefully conducted during
the past two months have demonstrated
that the ores can be successfully treated
only by the latest cyanide methods. And
herein lies the secret of the future suc
cess of the Steeple- Rock district.
Geolojry of Mines.
"The main vein lies on the east side
of a great dyke composed of feldspar
and fluorspar, running through andesite
porphyry. The vein is composed of a
dark blue mottled quartz, resembling
daclte. which was crystalized from the
andesite. On the west side of the same
dyke Is ?. parallel vein, on the opposite
side of the dyke, from the other vein,
which has been cut six feet across;' but
the other wall has not yet been reached.
This vein averages $6.90 gold and sil
ver a ton. About 1400 feet east of these
veins is another parallel vein and dyke
system to which another vein con
verges northeast to it. The old Carlyle
holdings cover part of these.
"To the west of the vein systems, the
country rock is andesite with intrusive
uyKes irom j.w to 4uu teet wide com
Js malpais and altered schists and cam
brian granites with a capping 1000 to
15,000 feet of "Webber quartzties.
Favors Cyanide IInnt.
"Between these tns two ridges de-
. scribed is a basin, the floor of which is
j andesite and rhyolite, forming crystal-
ine varieties, with many extinct fu
j meroles and hot springs or geysers. It is
j in this class of formation that the gold-
silver values are found in the Steeple
j Rock country, and inthis respect it
j strongly resembles that of Cripple
Creek, Colo. In fact I am confident
that the genesis of these ore deposits
may be ' traced to these fumeroles,
through which the metallic contents
were carried in solution by thermal
waters and deposited in the veins. I am
very familiar with the geology of Crip
ple Creek and find the conditions of
Steeple Rock similar.
"Our company will, If my suggestions
are followed, readjust the present 100
ton mill from Its presrfit plan to' a
cyaniding plant. An electric plant will
be installed at Sheldon, a railroad sta
tion only 14 miles distant, to transmit
power to the mines. Texas oil will
be used as the most economic fuel, to be
supplied from El Paso houses.
To Buy machinery Here.
"The plan to be inaugurated for
treatment of ore is to crush the rock to
about 20-mesh in cyanide solution and
then it will runMnto tube mills for fine
regriuding to 150 mesh fineness, thence
Into air agitation tanks of the tall nar
row tjpe, 20 feet high and six feet wide,
and hooded admitting the air at the
bottom through a conical bottom, draw
ing the oxygen and hydro-cynic' gasses
from" the top, forcing them in at the
bottom again, retaining the same gasses
and enriching them by ozone as they
are drawn from the top and pass to the
bottom for re-injection. TTe are fig
uring on saving 90 percent of the values
in six to ten hour3 treatment, instead
of the slow old methods which took
weeks. The new method necessitates a
much less expensive plant.
"Nearly all our machinery and sup-
plies will be purchased in El Paso which
! carries everything needed by myie oper
I ators, and our company believes in
j patronizing home Institutions. "We will
is an ore body of 20 feet in thickness
that will carry from 3 to 4 percent of
copper, mine run, while the cobbed ma
terial goes to about 18 percent.
In this hard limestone there has been
very little leaching, with subsequent en
richment at some lower level. The ore
sets in almost from the surface and the
shaft from which the best material has
been shipped is only 25 feet in depth.
So far as present observations go it
seems likely that the ore will be fairly
uniform in quality, without exhibiting
extremes in either direction. It is likely
to carry some gold at all times and now
and then from one-quarter to one-half
an ounce, the gold being associated more
with the pyrite than with the chalcopy
rite. The gd. content of these copper
ores 1b a factor of great advantage, al
though it may not be higher than one
quarter, of an ounce.
Here Is a -copper district of good
promise within SO miles of El Paso,
with a freight rate of $1.25 a ton, of
easy accessibility, with a splendid cli
mate and good shipping facilities. It is
practically untouched and is likely to
afford excelent ore at comparatively
shallow depths. While It may not prove
to be a great producer yet the contlnu-
i ity of the leads, as shown by the pres
ent workings, would justify the opinion
that profitable operations can be car
ried on .there, for a number of years.
Within a mile of Sierra Blanca sta
tion, where- the Texas & Pacific railway
makes connection with the Southern Pa
cific, there is a 20j 'foot shaft on an
other promising copper deposit. The ore
here Is more siliceous than on the west
side of the Quitmans and is more brec
ciated and broken. However, the silice
ous ores 'may disappear in depth and be
replaced by the sulphides.
In the reports of the Texas geological
survey 18SS-1S92. W. H. Von Streeruwltz
described the general conditions prevail
ing at that time In the Quitman
mountains and the opinions of that care
ful and accurate geologist are set forth
at some length. Very little has been done
there during the last 17 years, but
the opening of the copper deposits, on
the west side, during the last year or
so has given 'additional reasons for the
hope that this mineral district will soon
receive the attention It merits.
use the electrolitic process of precipi
tation (instead of zinc, thereby obviat
ing stealing, besides eliminating all
necessity of refining. Using lead
cathodes and iron anode poles to the
battery of about seven volt with high
amperage, a product of 700 to 900 fine
is obtainable, ready for the mint.
Disco verea Va 1SSO.
"The Steeple Rock district was dis
covered in 1SS0. The Carlyle mine was
operated between 1SS0 and 1SSG with a
60 stamp mill, producing $3.000.00C in
gold. It was formerly owned by N. K.
Falrhnnlr of C!hIocn unci was finallv
' sold to an English company, and now is
controled by the Exploration company
of Liondon. of which the Rothschilds are
main owners. The main shaft reached a
depth of 700 feet. There are now 600,
000 tons of milling gold ore In sight
running from $6 to $10 gold a ton. H.
J. Armstrong is general manager."
GLOBE G-OLD MINE
GETS GOOD VALUES
Gross Cut Encounters Rich
Ore as Is Found in the
Courtland, Ariz.. Feb. S. The incline
shaft on the Gold Queen Mining com
pany's Frone claim, two miles north of
Courtland, has passed the 200 foot level,
and the values have increased from $15
to 550. Many beautiful free gold speci
mens have been taken from the bottom
of the shaft during the past week, and
the fact that Courtland has a real gold
mine is becoming evident to all who
visit this new property.
The holdings of the Gold Queen Min
ing company consists of four and a half
claims, approximately 90 acres of min
eral bearing ground. It is about seven
miles south of the old Commonwealth
mine at Pearce from which many mil
lions in gold and silver have been taken
during the last dozen years. "Work Is
still carried on with a horse whim, but
will be replaced with a4modern hoisting
The mine is the only gold mine In
Arizona without a waste dump. There
are fully 10,000 tons of ore on the dump
all of wiich will pan and show a beau
tiful string of colors. The porphyritic
formation shows more quartz and Is
getting harder and carries more of the
yellow metal as depth is gained.
A crosscut has been run both ways at
the 50 foot and 100 foot levels and the
same grade of ore as found in the shaft
encountered, making the known ora
body an immense one.
BISBEE MIXING NOTES.
Bisbee. Ariz.. Feb. S. A steam hoist
ing plant, which will be ready for use
in a few 'Jays, is being installed at the
Bisbee extension. Several men will be
put to work as soon as the engine is in
Its place and sinking operations will
Drilling work is being carried on at
the property of the Bisbee-Arizona Min
ing compans. The drilling is being
done from the 500-foot level.
The Bisbee Sonora Mining company
is developing to a great extent Its
property, which it has refused to sell
at good advantage.
In drift No. 364 of the Copper Queen
Mining company ore bodies similar to
those found on the 400 foot level be
tween the Czar and Holbrook shafts
have been encountered. "Work of cut
ting a pump station near the Spray
shaft of this company will begin very
Contract work has been started for
tunneling into Sacramento hill, opposite
the C. & A. hospital between Krsvee and
Lowell. The purpose of this work Is
to ascertain whether the place contains
carbonate ores of high grades, as the
The alarming reports about the Calu
met & Arizona Mining comrany seem
unjustifiied in-view of the fact that the
company has lately spent about one
million dollars to develop claims and
'properties located In the "Warren and
Courtland districts. The company is
anxiously watching operations in the
Irish Mag where it Is hoped to encoun
ter the rich sulphide ore found at the
Sinking at the Brings shaft of the
Superior and PiUsburg Copper company
nnsn n n b n r p 1 1 1
uninu ! f
Joim Hays Hammond .Fails
to Take the Bi-Metal
Goldroad, Ariz., Feb. S. -The Gold
Road mill picked up steadily the last 15
days and Is now shipping each week
precipitates aggregating $60,000 per
Nearly all the ore Is being drawn
from the 500 foot stopes and since the
ore blocked out in the three lower levels
is known to be of a better grade, the
mill output is expected to increase from
this time. Air shaft No. 2, situated 700
feet west from the Billy Bryan shaft, is
down 29 feet and is being equipped with
hoist and machine drills preparatory to
sinking about 600 feet. The 700 foot
level of the Bryan shaft and the 500 of
the main working shaft are connected by
a drift 1500 feet long, and It Is to bet
ter ventilate this long stope that a sec
ond air shaft Is being sunk.
Though the ore blocked out In the
mine is estimated to run the mill more
than four years, manager Phillips is
already planning extensive development
work to begin soon. The. use in every
department of mine and mill of electric
power generated at the Kingman plant
Is quite satisfactory and its advantage
in efficiency and economy over the for
mer steam and gasoline power has been
The Bi-Metal mine in the Kingman
district Is no longer under bond to John
Hays Hammond. Its manager, E- SI.
Lamont, returned from a final confer
ence with B. F. Keith representing Ham
mond in Los Angeles, and announced
that though the mine had held up to
all examinations, terms could not be
agreed upon. Lamont left at once for
Denver to arrange for the erection of a
larger mill, which will probably in
clude 40 stamps and four Huntingtons.
The Bellflower prospect, three miles
west of the Bi-Metal, has been bonded
by Rothe and Jones to H. M. Bowen and
associates of Los Angeles. Bowen has in
stalled a hoist and compressor and start
ed sinking at a depth of 40 feet, where
two feet of ore averaging $30 in gold
have been exposed.
S. R. Porter, of Los Angeles, arrived
recently and established a camp at the
old Keystone mine, which he bonded a
few months ago. He has put a small
force of men to work pending the arrival
of machinery, several cars of which are
already on the way.
has reached a depth of 1200 feet. As a
quantity of water has been found at
that level, sinking cannot proceed fur
ther until the water Is pumped out.
The ore encountered at tho Junction
shaft between the 1300 and 1500 foot
levels has proved to be more extensive
than it was thought.
BEING TORN DOWN
Building East of the Eederal
Building: Once Served
The two story brick and adobe
building to the east of the postoffiee,
which Is now being rased to make
room for a new four story building to
be erected from the corner to the
postoffiee property line, once served It
self as a postoffiee for El Paso.
H. Lt Capell says that when he ar
rived in El Paso in August, 18S2, Mrs.
Fnnny Porter was postmaster and had
the postoffiee In the building that is
now being torn down. Mrs. Porter was
the widow of an army officer and later
died at San Antonio.
The Times was published In the
same building with the postoffiee when
Mr. Capell arrived here.
DEJECTED GIRL ENDS IiD7E;
LEAVES PATHETIC NOTE.
Niagara Falls. N. T.. Feb. 8. Dejected
since the death of her fiance, George
F. Myers, Beatrlcce R. Snyder, of Buf
falo, committed suicide by wading Into
the river just above Prospect point and
going over the American falls. As the
body swept over the brink of the cata
ract she turned her face toward her
wouldbe rescuers and smiled a fare
well to them.
A pathetic note signed "Beatrice,'
ient to Dcmonsfrntc the Merits o
. Pyramid Pile Cure.
What It Has Done for Others, It Can Do
We have testimonials by the hun
dreds showing ail stages, kinds and de
grees of piles which have been cured
by Pyramid Pile Cure.
If you could read these unsolicited
letters you would no doubt go to tbe
nearest drug store and buv a box or
Pyramid Pile Cure at once, price 50
"We do not ask you to do this. Send
us your name and address and we will
send you a sample by mail free.
We know what the trial package
will do. In many cases It has cured
yilc.K vrithout fnrthcr treatment. If It
proves its value to you order more
from your druggist, at 50c a box. This
is fair. Is it not? Simply fill out fre
coupon below and mail today. No knife
and its torture. No doctor and his bills.
FREE PACKAGE COUPON
Fill out the plank lines below
with your name and address, cut out
coupon and mall to the PYRAMID
DRUG COMPANY. 241 Pyramid
Bldg. Marshall. Mich. A sample
of- the great Pyramid Pile Cure
will then be sent you at once by
oiail FREE in plain wrapper.
City and State
6 .Mr 'apjl HA
was found in a handbag. It reads:
"Mama and Papa: May you both for
give me for bringing this awful dis
grace upon you in these years of your
life. Also, may our heavenly father
forgive all my sins. $ut I have been
very good, thank God- Tou will find a
slip for the money under your dresser
scarf. With my heart full of love for
all your kindness and tender love, good!
Palace Cafe H. B. Thompson,
El Paso Herald Offices.
A. H. Richards, Jeweler.
International Book Co.
Wm. Moeller, Real Estate.
Lobby Cigar Staad.
H. Jj. Howell. Real, Estate,
agent Herald Bldg. .
T. "W. C A. Lunch and Reat
John Brunner. Tailor.
J. F. Milner, C E. E. M.. repre
senting the "White Sasds Co.
Mrs. "W. T. Kitchens. Art Studio
Miss Pauline Hilpert, Dress
R. I. Nichols, Attorney at Law.
Colorado Life Assurance Co.,
E. McMillan, Gen. Agent.
Southwestern T-ortland Cement
The Public Stenographers Co .
Mrs. Jessie E. M. Howe and Miss
Ruth Williams. Proprietors.
The Wm. Jennings Cc. Engi
neers &nd Machinery merchants
First Church of Christ. Scien
tist, Reading Rooms.
Mrs. A. P. Thompson. Mrs. Wm.
Noble China Decorations.
Drs! Satterlee & Satterle. Os
teopaths. Dr. Flora Satterleo and
Dr. xxettie Satterlee.
Carter & Robertson, Mill, Mine
and Smelter Supplies.
The Standard Home Company.
E. L. Joseph, District Manager.
Mrs. J. B. Cass and Miss Garra.
j.ao Ludlow-Saylor Wire Co.
J. E. Icobertson. Mngr.
Royal Jackman, Upper Valley
We have Jest received scocsigniaeai
of KJRJNA POULTRY FBBD5. Ca&
fiftd azssdse tBeru
are a mixture of over a dozenTarietJe
of srain3 and seeds. They contsia
absolutely no A Which makes
weight. They contam absolutely no
burnt nor smutty wheat. Your chick
ens will thrive upon this feed it's no
experiment, but a practical feed for
practical poultry raisers. Ceo st
aad a3c for a sample of it.
F0S SALS SY
0. 0. Seefon &
Why Psy Rent? ont "Vcn Want
loor Ovrn Home?
WILL BUY YOU A
You Pay Only 57.50 Per I'onth on Enci
With 3 percent Interest per annum, pav
able monthly. This is far better than
paying rent. Don't you think so? Oar
Investment feature is the best in t-ie
world. "Wo pay $1.50 for every dollar
paid In. You pay $6.00 per month f.r
ffc years and eight months, which is
54Sv, and yu draw out in cash 5720.
This Is far better than anv investment
you ever heard of. Write for our con
tract or any of our literature and we
will be glad to mall them to you. Or
call and see us.
We loan money in all parts of the
ELLIS L. JOSEPH.
319-320 Herald Bu!ld!nr. EI Paso.
Bell PhTP 27C0. Auto. Phone 201S.
Wo cm use a few guod agents.