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Southwestern Mining News
'April 20, 1910. Southwestern Mining News
EL PASO HERALD
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The Panic of 1907
Reckless extravagance in every shape, form, and manner was at
the bottom of the panic of 1907.
And the reason the panic was neither so widespread nor so long
as that of 1903, was because America had more put away for the rainy
day than ever before in the history of the country.
As a rule, we had more money saved up, more of us owned our
homes, more of us owned a little land.
, We were all in better shape to live for months 'without working.
There's a Lesson In This
Things move in a cycle.
rTow we are entering on good times again, but as the wheel goes
around, dark days will return.
Let's Be Better Prepared
"Wliy not COMMENCE WOW to get thathonie so that when those
dark days come again you will have a place to eat and sleep, and
WILL NOT RECEIVE MONTHLY VISITS from the LANDLORD.
It's Easy to Get a Home
If you try. AUvtkat's necessary is to come to our office and
Let Us Assist You
$10 will secure a BEAUTIFUL LOT in GOVERNMENT HILL
and '$5 a month will pay for it.
In a couple of years you can be the owner of a NICE HOME that
will be worth at least $1000. and you will be independent, you will be
Jiving undeivyoiu "own vine and fig tree and no one can say to you,
"Pay your rent or move'
We have assisted more people in El Paso to own their homes
than-anv other firm here .and are ANXIOUS TO ASSIST YOU.
Report on Arizona and h ew
Mexico by the Federal
Washington, I. C., April 20. The in
creasing interest in the mineral prod
ucts of the western states, especially
those lying- in or west of what may be
broadly termed the Rocky llountain re
gion, is reflected in the large measure
of attention given to that region by the
geological survey, which for several
years has issued, under the title, "Con
tributions to Economic Geology," an
nual volumes devoted largely to the
mineral resources of that part of the
The latest volume of this series
(bulletin 380) contains a number of val
uable papers, discussing gold, silver
cement, and iron in Colorado; gold, sil
ver, copper, and asphaltite in Nevada;
gold and silver in Oregon: lead, zinc
and iron in New Mexico; wolframite and
marble in Arizona; and other lesser de
posits. Xevr Mexico.
The lead deposits at Tres Kermanas,
in southern New Mexico, have been
known for many ears and have yielded
about $200,000 worth of metal. In 1901
iinc was discovered in this district
and shipments were made to smelters.
There are also indications of copper In
The mines of the Hanover district, n
Grant county, X. M., have yielded over
a million tons of iron in the 10 years
since they were opened. Both hard and
soft ores have been extensively worked,
but the principal ore is magnetite. The
output of the district is steadily in
creasing year by year.
Wolframite is an ore of tungsten and
is valuable in. proportion to its rarity.
The deposits in Arizona are in Cochise
county. Those that have been found
have been pretty well worked out, but
others probably exist. The ores lie in
granite near Its contact with schist, and
in a quartz vein that traverses the
Arizona contains valuable marble de
posits, which, are located . In Cochise
county in the; Chirfcahua mountains.
The marble lies In thick zones in the
limestone strata and is widely distrib
uted. One claim includes a ledge 75
feet thick and 250 feet long, containing
marble that is free from defects. The
material is well fitted for Interior
decorative xwork. and for general archi
tectural uses. ,
The annual volume containing short
papers and preliminary reports on eco
n07iic geology to be published during
the present year is now in preparation.
Meanwhile copies of the last volume
(Bulletin 380) may be obtained, free of
charge, by writing to the Director,
United States Geologijal Survey, Wash
ington, D. C.
Will purify your blood, clear
your complexion, restore your
appetite, relieve your tired feel
ing, build you up. Be sure to
take it this spring.
Get it today in usual liquid form or
ablets called Sarsatabs. 100 Doses $1.
ing high mountains is plenty of pine.
"I purchased nines a little over a
year ago from Miguel Vasquez, who
had obtained the title from the govern
ment some five years betore. The
original owner had never been able to
find the vein. I found the mother vein
in a ledge, two and a half feet wide
with rich oie, and then traced the vein
for 1000 feet continuously along the
"Wo shall figure wlrl El Paso ma
cbinerj houses on supplying the ma
chinery for th1 min There are a large
number of El Paso people interested in
RAILROAD MAY TAP
RICH 'MINING- FIELD
PAY DIRT FOUND
IN NORTH TIGRE
AUSTIN & MARR
LATTA & HAPPER
25 Cents a Pound
15 Cents a Pound
PRAiVK SMITH, MGR.
X. OREGON ST.
We deliver Ice Cream to all parts of
Phone Bell 10O0; Auto 1158
J. B. Stiffen Company
Embossing, Engraving, Printing
328 Texas St Bell Phone 680
DEAL PENDING- FOR
Santa Brigido Mine, a For
mer Greene Holding,
Chihuahua, Mex., April 20. The re
port comes from Ocampo, Chih., that the
Sierra Consolidated Mines company, of
Duluth, -which is controled by Thos. F.
Mary T. Goldman's
Gray Hair Restorer
restores oririnal color
n xnucune&iuuniman- I
Entirely different from I
ig permanent. Don not I
ural. Has no eediment, bo it's neither sticky nor
ttji pare ana ciear as water.
Don t experiment nse what thousands of others
lOnnd safe and atlafactorr. Sample and comb
-.-i.j iicc.ijnj.uro vj icpniion original coior
B Tri WV
Trd H&rfc Eetirtered
wJOBroMr' , ISAKY T- GOLDMAN7 Goldman
" r; .,JUJ- -"una. xne it
old 17 all Stealers, lncludlne:
' li01,- lun-, The large eize SLC0 bottle
KELLY & POLLARD.
Cole and Jos. B. Cotton, is to examine
the Santa Brigida gold mine, not far
from Ocampo, -with a view to its pur
chase. The mine is owned principally
by Norval B. Welsh, of San Antonio,
Tex., and Luke Lanahan, who Is in
charge and operating in a small way.
The Santa Brigida is a well developed
propertj-, most of the work having been
done by Col. "W. C. Greene, of Cananea,
when he was operating his now defunct
Greene Gold-Silver company. This is
one of 114 mines which he claimed for
that $25,000,000 concern, but it was
found that with very rare exceptions,
few were paid for. He spent consider
able money developing the Sta. Brigida
mine under the superintendence of Nor
val Welsh. When Greene lost it on ac
count of failure to make the payments
on the purchase price, Mr. Welsh and
associates, as owners, got the benefit
of the work.
The Sierra Consolidated Mines com
pany is developing a large group of
mines at Ocampo, formerly held by the
Greene Gold-Silver company.
President of Company to
Purchase Machinery for
R. P. Brown, of Douglas, Arfz.. presi
dent of the North T.grc mining com
pany, is in El Paso, at the Zeiger.
Speaking of the company's holdings he
"Our mining properties join the
Lucky TIgre ground4? immediately on
the north and consist of the Protector
and the Esperanza. containing' 45 per
tenencias, or about 112 acres. Through
it. in a northerly and southerly direction,
the main vein of the Lucky TIgre mine
runs a lineal distance of 32S0 feet.
"We have been doing nothing since
acquiring the properties except devel
opment and have done up to date
about 3000 feet of work, in tunnels and
connecting upraise. We have run in
t this manner four different tunnels.
"The tunnels are connected every 200
feet by upraises clear to the surface,
which gives us perfect ventilation. De
sides affording the most economical
means of ore extraction.
Cross Tunnel to Vein.
"We are also running a cross-cut
tunnel which is in 480 feet to reach and
cut the vein at a depth of 1400 feet be
low the apex of the mountain. During
, January" we made a record of 51S feet
of development work, averaging five
L feet a day in each of the faces of the
different tunnels. All-the four tunnels
have been taking out pay ore all the
j time. In the vein the ground is soft
j and easily and economically worked.
xne pay sireaK oi me vein runs irom
16 Inches to five feet In width, averag
ing 60 ounces silver and So in gold a
ton. and the values are getting better
as we go into the mountain. The last
shipment of a carload netted $60 a ton.
We have blocked out, and in sight in
the mine, between 25,000 to 30,000 tons
of ore averaging $25 per ton.
"We have sent two tons of average
ore to Denver to be tested and intend
to put in a 100-ton concentrator and a
100-ton cyanide plant, and hope to have
them Installed and in operation before
the end of this year. We have an Serial
tram a mile long from the mine to the
creek below, where there Is abundant
water for a 500-ton plant.
Property Well Timbered.
"There Is abundance of wood and
timber in the hills around, consisting
of oak and cedar, and on the neighbor-
E .R & S. "W. Surveyors Run
Lines Mining Activity
at Orogrande. N. M.
Orogrande, X. April 20. The EI
Paso & Southwestern railway's survey
ors have just completed the survey of
an extension of the spur running from
Orogrande into the Jarilla mountains.
The spur now extends to the Lucky
mines where it cuts Into the hill and
stops. The present survey was an ex
tension through the Lucky hill and on
through Lucky Flat to the Copper
Queen, approximately one and a half
miles. There is considerable comment
on- this survey here, but no definite in
formation has been given out by the
company regarding the purpose of the
The Orogrande camp is just now at
tracting considerable attention in the
east and there are now come negotia
tions for the taking over and develop
ing of some of the best properties in the
M. Marks, manager for the Fort
Worth capitalists who purchased the old
Texas-Jarilla placer property, have sus
pended work at the placer mill and are
now Installing a larger boiler. Mr.
Marks has gone to Denver to buy a
large engine, steam scraper and other
machinery. When the plant is complet
td it will be able to handle a large
Rev. Mr. Fink, of Enid, Okla.. who, in
connection with other Oklahoma par
ties, have mining intertsts here, is in
the camp looking after some work on
the old Nocker properj. They have
been aking out some good free milling
Ithe farmer sows what
1 FIE EXPECTS TO REAR IP YOU I
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Life isn't one unbroken, joyous song. Its vicissitudes cvnne'to all H
j9 of us they must come to you. And the only way to meet ttem safely H
IS is to prepare NOW foi the stretches of hard-sledding ahead. JH
Life isn't one unbroken, joyous song. Its vicissitudes cvnne'to all
of us they must come to you. And the only way to meet ttem safely
is to prepare NOW foi the stretches of hard-sledding ahead.
Even if you plant only one dollar at a time, a savings account
helps you in many ways.
In 1623, a copy of Shakespeare sold for ?5. In 1886 Oliver Wen
dell Holmes was offered this same hook for $4000. But had $5 been
put out at comopund interest (4 percent) in 1623, it would have
amounted in 1886 to $160,000.
MAKE OUR BANK YOUR BANK
4 Percent interest on savings accounts, in
terest compounded every 6 months.
Percent interest on time deposits.
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES, $250 YEAH.
Bank of Commerce
EL PASO, TEXAS.
gold ore which is being worked in a
The .First National lining company
is doing some placer work and expects
at an early date to instal -several ma
chines. Mr. Hartley recently let a contract
for sinking on the old ilonte Carlo
property up toward the north end. This
property was recently taken over by
new Interests and will be developed.
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets assist nature in driving all im
purities out of the system insuring a.
free and regular condition and restor
ing the organs of the body to health,
and strength. Sold by all dealers.
OT&PD wo, Ojyxc
For the Old Fashioned Coffee TVok Killing.
MIMXG MAX DIES.
Charles H. Bunsen died at his home
in Durango. Mex. He was superintend
ent of the International Gold. & Copper
Mining company and a nephew of the
late Ad Muenzenberger, of El Paso. He
Is survied by his wife, two children,
parents and three sisters, who live at
San Ajntonio, Texas.
OXE MAX TAKES JOB OF
THREE IX 3IH.WAUKEE
Dn?t Buy Electric Fans
When You Can Rent Them
The Standard Electric Co.
t 107 S. Stanton St.
Xew Mayor Start Out to tire Up to
Reform Policy A Tailor In Made
Commissioner of Public Health.
Milwaukee, "Wis., April 10. -The city
hail 'house cleaning" of officeholders
began with the entrance of the new ad
ministration. Mayor Seidel announced
a long list of appointments, but no city
officlals made known the names of sub
ordinates. Harry B. Briggs, an instructor in the
MllwauScee trades .school, was madA
commissioner of public works, to sup
plant the present board of three com
missioners, at a salary of 56000, the
highest salaried appointment in the
gift of the mayor.
"Walter P. Stroesser, a -tailor, was ap
pointed commissioner of public health,
temporarily, and Joseph Uihleln, a'
wealthy brewer, was made commissioner
of the public de
"I always drank coffee with the rest
of the family, for it seemed as If there
was nothing for breakfast If we did not
have 'it on the table.
"I had been troubled some time with
my heart, which did not feel right.
This trouble grew worse steadily.
"Sometimes It would beat fast and at
other times very slowly, so that T would
hardly be able to do work for an hour
or two after breakfast, and if I walked
up a hill, it gave me a severe pain.
"I had no idea of what the trouble
was until a friend suggested that per
haps it might be caused by coffee i
drinking. I tried leaving off the cof
fee and began drinking Postum. The
change came quickly. I am now glad
to say that I am entirelv well of the
heart trouble and attribute the relief I
to leaving off coffee and the use of
"A number of my friends have aban
doned the old fashioned coffee and have
taken un with Postum. whirh thev are
USlnCT KteadiK- Thorn ,- enmn nanltle!
thai make Postum very weak and taste
less, but if it is boiled long enough, ac
cording to directions, it U a very de
llicious beverage. We haves never used
any of the old fashioned coffee smco
Postum was first started in our house."
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Hal the price because half V L
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When you haven't the tin e, try a , , A j 1
One Sustains the Other
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