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Wednesday, March 16, 1910.
Weak Kidneys, Backache, Rheumatism or Lumbago it is
absolutely essential, in order to obtain satisfactory results,
that you take a reliable preparation that acts directly on the
Kidneys. Many persons trust to luck for a cure. No remedy
will be found more satisfactory than
5 CHRONIC, XERVOUS, BLOODr
mH SKDST, KIDNEY, BLADDER, REC-
TAL AiSFD PRIVATE DISEASES
AISTD WEAKNESSES AOT) THEIR
Southwestern Mining News
UNDER A WRITTEN LEGAL GUARANTEE.
Delays are dangerous. There is no more com
mon complaint than Kidney complaint Nature
always gives due warning and failure to heed
same may result in Diabetes, Lumbago, Blight's
Disease, or some other serious affection of the
Kidneys. Pineules are readily and naturally ab
sorbed and assimilated by the stomach, driving
out the poison ctue to disordered conditions of
the Kidneys or Bladder. They purify the blood
and invigorate the entire system. The first dose
wCfj&J V "
will convince you that Pineules will do all we
Oskn for them. Get a bottle TO-DAY.
Pineules are put up in two sizes; $1.00 and 50 cents. The dollar size contains
I J times as much as the 50 cent size.
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Sold by Knoblauch Drug Company.
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There is more food value in one quart
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one pound of the choicest porterhouse
f teak- El Paso Pure Milk is pure milk.
It comes from inspected, contented cows,
and is treated by the most scientific
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Office 313 S. Os-esas.
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' Tickets on Sale April 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th.
Limit Three Months Erorn Date of Sale.
STOPOVERS ALLOWED within limit on either
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with final return limit April 6th. No stopover priv
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further information, call on or address,
City Passenger Agent,
EL PASO ARCHITECTS TJJESIGX
XEW BUILDING AT ROSTVEM.
. To arrange the details of a new 50,
000 reinforced concrete store building,
G. A. Trost left this morning: for Bos--well,
The new building which has been
planned by 4he El Paso architects, -will
be built in Roswell by Rev. Mr. Allison,
df Alpine. Tex., and -will be a two story
Ray Smith, son of postmaster J. A.
Smith, arrived home Monday from
Madison, Wis., -where he has been tak
ing: the short course dn the "Wisconsin
school of agriculture to learn how to
farm as well as his "dad." Ray -will bc
'here for the summer.
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El Paso, Texas.
Torreon, Mexico, March 16. At a
meeting of the board of directors of
Compania Minera de Xaica, which was
held at San Pedro, it was decided to l
give an option to Chicago people on its
properties tor $6,000,000, Jdexican mon-
ey. The company was organized sev
eral years ago for 30,000, consisting
of 100 shares of $300 each. According
to the price named in the option, these
shares will have advanced to ?60,000
each. The market price some time ago
was over $30,000 a share.
The option was given to a man in
Chicago, who deposited $50,000 with the
Bank of London and Mexico, which sum
is to be forfeited in case the $0,000,00
sale is not consummated.
EL RAYO REPORTED TO HAVE
50,000 TOXS BLOCKED OUT.
Reports coming from the El Rayo
mine, near Santa Barbara, Chihuahua,
Mexico, are that the engineer has just
finished a thorough examination of the
mine and estimates that the actual ore
reserves of the property now blocked
out will reach 50,000 tons, averaging
15.70 per ton, a total value of $785,000.
In this estimate he Includes nothing but
the visible limits of the ore bodies.
There 's a total of about five miles
of workings in the company's property,
and out of this 8,426 feet were driven
during the past year. The ore occurs
in quartz veins traversing rhyolite in
irregular lenses. The pyrite contents
run 4 percent and the proportion of
RICH STRIKE REPORTED
XEAR FLORENCE. ARIZ OX A.
From Florence, Ariz., ccfmes the re
port of a new strike of some of the
Crichest gold bearing gold ore that has
been discovered in many a year in- that
Vicinity, and has set the entire town of
A ledge of volcanic rock, some 30
feet wide, and said to be several miles
in length, bearing gold that assays to
an almost incredible figure has been
discovered about four miles east of
Florence on claims of the Montezuma
Mining company, according to report
Three pieces of ore were assayed, the
highest ran $1Q56 to the ton and the
other two averaged $500 to the ton.
MASCOT COPPER C03IPAXY
IXSTALS BIG EXGIXE.
Bisbee, Ariz., March 16. The Mascot
Copper company, which owns a number I
has installed on its property a 320 horse
power distillate engine, said to be the
largest one of its kind in the world.
Air compressors, fans, grindstone, etc,
will be run by the motive power devel
oped by this eijgine.
Over 6,000,000 tons of sulphide ore
have been shown up by a system of
tunnels in the company's property.
SPEAKS WELL OF COTJRTLAXD.
Courtland, Ariz., March 16. Frank
Aley, mining -writer, in -writing of this
camp, states that "in any event, Court
land will be a city in good orderly
form, within the next six months. Not
a killing has ever yet been recorded
in Courtland; not afailure, where the
mining proposition was properly probed,
has ever been recorded, and it is un
equivocally predicted by those best in
formed in the premises, that Courtland
is billed to be one of the most success
ful camps on the map."
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weakened man hood, failing memory
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medicine that I think every man who
wishes to regain his manly power and
virility, quickly and quietly, should
ha-" a copy. So I have determined to
send a copy of the prescription free of
charge, in a plain, ordinary sealed en
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for it. ' -
This prescription comes from a phy
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men and I im convinced it Is the surest
acting combination lor the cure of de
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I think I owe it to my fellow man
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that any man anywhere who is weak
and discouraged with repeated failures
may stop drugging himself with harm
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'drop me a line like this: Dr. A. E.
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Mich., and I will send you a copy of
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$5.00 for merely writing out a prescrip
tion like this but I send it entirely
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NewJTork and Return
Send for copy of 'handsome irook, free
"A Hundred Golden Hours at Sea"
Call on Local Ticket Agent.
uopper company, wmcn owns n numoer i q , -r-- J 4? 01
of claims In the Dos Cabezas mountainsJDtrUCtUTeS JriaiineCL 0r Oli-
This is said to be one of the most
important mining transactions that has
occurred of late years. Most of the
1 shares are held in Torreon and vicinity, J
: ana most ui me muiie win ue mvesieu
The San Pedro mine is the greatest x
property in the camp and it has been -a.
big producer for the past six years.
It is owned entirely by Mexicans.
The company owns its own narrow
gage railroad, about 28 miles long,
from the mine to Conchos station, on
the National Railways.
The company recently decided to
build its own smelter at Conchos sta
tion, to cost $1,000,000, Mexican money.
MORE PROSPECTORS EXTER
SHAFTER, TEXAS DISTRICT.
Marfa, Texas, March 16. G. T. Wil
cox has returned from Shafter, where
he prospected for several days. He
stated that the Griffin prospect, which
is being opened, looked like a bonanza
mine, and that all of the jack taken
out so far has assayed from 30 to "60
R. K. Colquitt was in the Shafter
district recently, looking for mining
SHAFT DOAVX 1GSO FEET.
Bisbee, Ariz., March 16. The Sacra
mento shaft of the Copper Queen has
reached a depth of 1680 feet, while its
destination is the 1700 foot level. A
drift is being run from the 1600 level
to get under the great ore body at the
Lowell. When the 1700 foot level will
be reached a pump station will be cut,
and the Sacramento will become the
water shaft, as well as the hoisting
shaft, of the Copper Queen, as the
Gardner and the Lowell will be drained
by the big pump installed in it.
TO IXSTAL MILL.
Bisbee, Ariz., March 16. At a recent
meeting of the Heffern Mining com
pany it was decided, in view of the gold
ledge encountered at the Bonanza hill,
to instal a mill and cyaniding plant.
At present a shaft, 4x10, is being' sunk
on the gold ledge. Samples of ore
bodies taken from the gold ledge aver
age $19.95 per ton.
MORE BTJILDHTGiS .
FOR DEMINC, N. M.
rer Avenue Walks Are
Deming, N. JL, March 16. The exca
vation work has been completed on the
new courthouse and work on the foun
dation has commenced. Hard pan was
struck at four feet and It took four
horses to draw a plow. Sheds have
been erected for tools, etc.
v jrdhaus & Sons have the founda
tion completed for their new building
on Silver avenue.
M. M. Klllenger, county commission
er, has received plans for a two story
building, to be erected next to his
ent location on Silver avenue.
A. T. Little is erecting a store build
ing one block from the union station
on Silver avenue.
The Deming Ice and Electric com
pany has completed a large addition to
MacCury & Oswell are putting in two
blocks of concrete sidewalk near the
Attorneys Fielder and Hamilton are
spending a few days in Silver City.
The president-of the chamber of com
merce has called a business meeting, to
be held at the Harvey house tonight.
A banquet will be given.
The Southern Pacific company has
cleared a large tract of land near its
present roundhouse. jReport has it that
shops will be put here at once.
F. C. Peterson has received a carload
"WASHINGTON" MEN BUY
FARMS XEAR 3IONTEREY.
Saloon There Is to Be Closed, It la Re
ported N"ctts Notes and Per
Monterey. N. M., March 16. Messrs.
Murphy and Bridge, farmers ot Wash
ington, have purchased 40 acres Of land
from tbe Tularca Improvement com
pany. They expect to make their home
here. Ttfe are "wealthy farmers and
have fine farms In Washington.
Father Migoen has gone to Three
I. O. Wetmore has gone to Carrizozo.
The J. "W. Prude mercantile company
has received a shipment of mohair from
the San Andreas and is expecting sev
eral more big shipment in th tip-t r
Messrs. Grey. Tipton. Sanders. Cook
and Conell have gpne to Alamogordo.
Several ranchmen are in from .the San
Andreas and report much good done
by the rain. v
L. E. L-umbley took out a load of
trees to be set in the park at the Lo
Watt Gilmore made a business trip
to Bent. - X
The r aloon in Monterey is to be closed
m the near future.
Little James Chapman is able to hP
about again. - , e
better. BUnie ls rePrd much
POLICEMAN "WANTS TO
GET EAGLE FOR ZOO.
wSSV1 t(the Prosed zoo at
Washington park, which The Herald ad-
tTfhf 7en deer-re Presented
, ?,.cIty Policeman C. H. Havnes
-a a. . wonder If it is not possible to
raise money to mi . .. .
mo. fn ..- ----.- uui: mure an-
S the Park In orJer that we may
have a good zoological park.
at Pohr-eri11nCeiVed,a.letter from a frIen
an?a;i?maS' ArIZ- Wh sa'S he has
a?ve?J ,6 year ld which measures
?.r? Cet fum ti: to lP' an'a ich
he believes the Eagles hero might want
to buy and make a present to the city."
Solomonville, Arizz.: March 16 Mrs
C. A. Neese has returned from an ex
tended visit to relatives Jn the stat"es
of Washington and California.
Lorenzo Baraldy has gone to Cananea
to play third abase on the ball team.
Dr. J. H. Lacy and son are at the In
dian Hot Springs for a few days.
A Mexican's house was considerably
damaged by fire.
E. M. Seiglitz has returned from El
Dry Pulverizer Is Extract
ing Good Values in Gold
"Hundreds of prospectors are flocking
to the gold fields of Sonora with the
hope of getting a claim in the thousands
of acres of placer gold fields in that
country," said George W. Ladds, who
arrived in the city from the Altar min
ing district, in Sonora. where he has
a rich mining claim.
"Mexico for centuries has bften a large
producer of silver, and in the coming
years will become noted as one of the
leading gold producers. Gold hunters
of the globe have already begun to
delve into her vast stores of mineral
wealth in search of the yellow metal,
and sne Is fast coming to the front as
a large gold producer.
"The mining agent's office at Altar is
crowded to the doors with men anxious
to file their claims for the gold lands
of Sonora, and it reminds one of the
great rush in '49 to California, when
the gold fever was on.
Properties Known for Years.
"These rich deposits of placer gold
in the Sonora country have been known
to the Spaniards for over a century,
but on account of lack of water In these
parts, which was absolutely necessary
in separating the goia from the sands
and rock the properties were deemed
valueless and were consequently never
worked by the old miners.
"In recent years the machine known
as the dry placer, has overcome this
difficulty, as water Is no longer neied,
and thus these fields are beginning to
attract- wide attention among the min
ers. A number of these machines are
in the Altar district at present, and
one of these machines that I saw in
operation was recovering from 600 to
1 700 a day in gold values.
"There Is every reason to believe that
this part of Sonora will become the
leading gold' center of the republic, the
maTch is on and thousands of people
will flock to that center, in search of
the world's most precious wealth."
AT KOGAL, N. M.
William Brown Drives Two
Nogal, N. M., Marcn 16. William
Brown, of Xogal, -X. M., is developing
his two gold claims, which are located
side by side, in the form of a parallelo
gram, 1500 feet by 1200 feet, on the
mail route from the Rock island rail
road to the Parsons mines, in the heart
of the mineral belt.
He says he has been steadily working
his properties, and has two tunnels, the
upper being about 50 feet above the
lower one, .and is in 145 feet, which
gives it a depth of about 200 feet. The
mountain is about 400 feet high above
the canyon and the veins run down the
"The vein "shows about four and a half
feet In width and I found free gold
in the rock," said Mr. Brown.
"This wa in the upper tunnel, and
not having what t considered sufficient
depth, I started the lower tunnel. In
starting this I found a stringer 18
inches wide, which pans nice free gold,
and I drifted on this about 140 feet.
Then I continued the main tunnel, .to
cut the three veins which exist on that
side of the hill. At 30 feet, I got the
first lead, and am still drifting ahead
to cut the next lead.
"I am now concentrating my work
on the lower tunnel. I had to run 50
feet before I cut the lode, and when I
cut through it I had eight feet of good
ore, and it pans gold on both walls. I
am now drifting south on the lead and
am in about 12 feet.
"People who have been here to see my
find pronounce the ore teluride of gold."
ORE STRIKE IS MAI
4 NEAR GLOBE.
Superior and Boston Mines "Will Start
Ore Shipments to the EI Paso
Globe, Ariz., March 16. An ore strike
which may be of vast Importance to the
Superior and Boston company is report
ed from the Gardner shaft. It was first
encountered in the west drift on the
500 level, where it was considerably
leached, but it looked favorable, and a
winze was sunk In it. The discovery
of a large body of ore in the Gardner
shaft will mean much for the Superior
and Boston, as in addition to proving an
additional valuable asset, it will vindi
cate the judgment of the management
in sinking the expensive Gardner shaft.
The company has temporarily sus
pended shipments of ore to the Arizona
commercial smelter, and is now ship
ping about 90 tons daily to the Old Do
minion smelter. The contract with the
Arizona commercial smelter was for 500
tons as a test and a similar arrange
ment was made with the Old Dominion
company. In addition to these ship
ments, the company will begin shipping
ore to the El Paso smelter soon, it be
ing the Intention of the company to
make a permanent arrangement with
the smelter which can make the best
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MASONS TO MEET
HERE NEXT WEEK
Many Candidates to Receive
Degrees at Scottish Rite
Next week will be Scottish Rite week
in El Paso. Beginning Monday, the
ninth semiannual reunion of the Ancient
and Accepted Scottish Rite of Free
masonry of the valley of El Paso, orient
of Texas, will meet in the Masonic tem
ple. The reunion, which is for the pur
pose of conferring the advanced de
grees upon a large class of candidates,
will continue until Friday evening,
when it will close with a smoker in hon
or of the newly made 32nd degree Ma
On Thursday, March 24, the Maundy
Thursday ceremony of extinguishing
the lights will be performed at 7:45 p.
m. In the Masonic hall by the Oasis
chapter. No. 5, Knights of Rose Croix.
This 'ceremony .will be followed by the
mystic banquet; both ceremonies being
obligatory for all chapters of Rose
Croix. The ceremony of relighting the
lights will be performed in the Scot
tish iRite hall the following Sunday at
1C a. m.
A Shrine ceremonial will follow the
reunion and will be held on Saturday
afternoon and evening of next week.
Hundreds of El Paso Citizens Can Tell
Yon All About it.
Home endorsement, the public ex
pression of El Paso people, should be
evidence beyond dispute for every El
Paso reader. Surely the experience of
friends and neighbors, cheerfully .giv
en by them, will carry more weight
than the utterance of strangers re
Eiding in faraway places. Read the
John Carpenter, 501 North Stanton
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use ' to anyone I hear complaining of
backache or kidney trouble. "While
living in Mexico some years ago, I did
considerable hoseback riding and I be
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At that time I read of Doan's Kidney
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& examine them.
ta a jnixtarepf orera dozen varieties
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