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Eeal Estate, Classified and Too-Late-to-Classify Ads.
on Pages 13, 14 and 15.
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MIXING AXD Oil, aews.
few Jersey Corporation at
Work in a Eegion "Well
The Shamrock Mining- and Milling
Company, a New Jersey corporation, is
operating in the Steeple Rock mining
district, and, according to the Duncan
Arizonian, has exceeding bright pros
pects for a big mining camp within a
short time- George A. Kalar is general
manager, and L. D. Harrigan of New
ark, N. J., Is president
Mr. Kaylar and J- A. Martin of Stee
ple Rock originally owned and devel
oped the mines which the new company
purchased. Three hundred feet of track
age at the mine has been completed,
upon which cars have been placed for
hauling ore from the tunnel.
Operating actively in the same camp
are the Ash Peak Mining Co., the Twins
Peaks Mining and Milling Co., the Tor
reroca Mining Co., the Shamrock Mining
Co., and the American Exploration Co.,
whose properties are all located around
Duncan, Arizona, although Steeple Rock
is across the line in New Mexico. Large
forces of men are at work and new
buildings are being erected and new ma
chinery installed in this live mining
camp. The American Exploration Co.,
a Boston company, of which "VY. Frank
lin Burnham Is president, is under the
management of W. A. Marshall of Den
ver, who recently made an examination
and reports Its properties one of the
greatest In the west. In the same camp
is the old Carlisle mine with a record
of producing several millions of dollars
in gold and has reached a depth of
over 1000 feet, demonstrating that the
ore values go down. The adjoining prop
erties of the American Exploration com
pany, in active operation have struck an
lS-foot body of ore, 11 feet of which
assays $8 a ton in gold, and 7 feet of
It gave returns of $26 per ton. Mr.
Burnham, when in El Paso last week,
stated that a large milling and cyanid-
ing plant will be installed on these
SILVER CITY, N. M.
Ghino Copper Company "Car
rying on fhargest
The largest mining operations In
Grant county, N. M., are now being
carried on, says the Silver City Inde
pendent, by the Chino Copper company
In Its Santa Rita copper properties.
Under the management of John M. Sully
the grounds are being thoroughly ex
ploited, with drills and workings. The
big concentrating mill will be placed
on a site on the old Brahm ranch, about
four miles northeast of Apache Tejo.
This ranch was recently purchased from
the Victorio Land and Cattle company.
The erection, of the big mill will be
commenced -within the next 60 days and
will consist of three units of 900 tons
each or a capacity of 2700 tons every 24
nours- -- .-
A "camp of 30 mejn are at Apache Tejo
T where the main source or water is to
be secured. Recent development here
has Increased the flow of water three
fold, where a Jarge pumping plant will
be installed. The cost of the mill and
pumping plant will exceed $1,000,000.
Six Cyclone drills operating in Texas
Flat and Montoya have, it is, claimed,
developed 18,000,000 dollars of com
mercial ore, sufficient to run the new
mill over 20 years. A new drill has just
been ordered that -will reach a depth
of 1000 feet. Over 300 men are on the
pay. roll. Even with present develop- I
ment the company is prepared to put
out 4000 tons a day.
The concentrator is producing now
over 250 tons of concentrates each
month, besides which 25 tons of metalic
copper are taken from the mine. In the
Chino section the ore will be handled
by steam shovels. The caving system
will be employed in the underground
mining, by running drifts and cutting
the, ores into large blocks for ready
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Pipe Line From WhlteWater Creek TVill
Supply Water to Pelton AVater
"Wheels Mosollon Mine Xotes.
Mogollon, X. M., May 7. The Socorro
mines have advanced their development
125 feet and report 100 sacks of con
centrates from 700 tons of ore milled.
The most noteworthy' feat by the new
management is doubling the capacity of
the Burt filters so that they are now
handling fully 100 tons per day.
The rumor that the grade up White
water creek, which was something like
two-thirds., completed 18 months ago.
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INTEENATIOSTAL BUSINESS COLLEGE
COLES BUTLDMG, OVER THE WHITE HOUSE.
Phone 1147 j. p. MULLIN, President
may soon be finished and pipe laid to
the Pelton water wheels is welcome
news to the many stockholders of this
company. There has never been a time
since starting their mill that water was
not available for a large part of the re
quired power, while at times it has been
more than sufficient for their entire
needs this in the face of a so called
At the Ernestine Mining company, the
drift in the 300 foot level west con
tinues In fine ore, with a width of five
feet, though It has indications of still
increasing in value. The company
milled 680 tons of ore the past week and
produced 53 sacks of concentrates. No
bullion was smelted.
At the Mogollon Gold and Copper
company development Avork is being
carried on in the main tunnel level of
the Cooney mine, with indications of
increasing values as the work is ad
vanced. Tho lower levels are being
kept clear of water, in readiness for
extended operations at a probably earlj'
date. Directors of the company are ex
pected on the ground the coming week.
HAS RICH STRIKE IN
' THE OAXACA, MEX., REGION
F. O. Skidmore, who is the partner of
Peter Knoskey, of El Paso, in the Gold
King and Queen mines about 12 or 15
miles from the city of Oaxaca, State of
Oaxaca, Mexico, writes the latter that
on the Queen there (ft an immense de
posit of ore from which he has just
made a careful sampling and finds it Is
a payable, shipping proposition, and
urges Knoskey to come down aad take
charge-1 of the operation of the mine. It
is a new property, the title to which
has just been granted to the owners by
the government. It carries consider
able gold values.
Skidmore has just sampled the tun
nel of the Gold King mine all the way
through and finds it good milling ore.
He has driven 4his tunnel in over 1000
feet and is looking to cut a rich vein on
the east side of the mountain. The dis
trict is one of the richest In the state
FOR3IER EL PASO AX FINDS
SOME SPLENDID MARBLE.
A "Walter, a former El Pasoan, writes
from Tombstone, Arizona, that Prof.
W. W. Mills, who made the strike on
the Little Mary mining company's
ground last fall, near Pearce, Arizona,
of a big body of ore that still continues,
has just uncovered a large body of
marble close to the city of Tombstone,
which is of all colors, the pink being the
u most valuable. The marble takes a high
polish and will be used for wainscoat
ing, mantel pieces, table tops, etc The
pink marble is 200 feet wide and 400
feet long. The white and gray marbles
WASHIXGTOX PEOPLE WIJAj
AVORK AL.TAR PLACERS
The Heil Development company with
a capital of $12,000,000, has been organ
ized in Spokane, "Wash., to work the
Paloma placer gold mines in the Altar
district in Sonora, Mexico. Their prop
erties comprise 12,000 acres, acquired
originally by AV. E. Rogers and O. F.
Greely of Altar. It is estimated! that an
expenditure of $400,000 will be neces
sary to put the property in condition for
operation. A number of Quenner dry
placer machines will be purchased and
operaations be crried on on a large
THE GEOLOGY OF
- CAMP.CITY FIELD
(Continued from page 9.)
this great valley are the most- prodig
oua on the continent.
That petroleum varies In different
fields is accounted for by the fact that
in some regions the original material
may have been plant, in other areas ani
mal remains, thus producing hydrocar
bons of different character. The dif
ferent petroleums thus produced in the
various fields are those principally pa
raffins, napthenes and nitrogenous or
The oil first appears in a state of dis
semination, but -collectible in economic
quantities. It must gather in proper
channels, moved by -gravitation or by
hydrostatic pressure of waters behind J
or below it, or by the pressure of dis
solved and compressed gase? and accu
mulate in porous rocks or cavities un
der layers of Impervious material.
3Iany Indication o'! Oil.
According to the United States geologi
cal survey bulletin, the surface indica
tions of petroleum common to oil fields
in general are a seepage of oil; at shal
low depths an asphaltic substance is
sometimes found impregnating the soil,
and the escape of gases, which is one
of the most common of all evidences.
"To distinguish between gas from
petroleum and other kinds of gases. It
must be noticed whether the bubble of
gas on breaking in water leaves an oil
film. If it does so, it may be regarded
as evidence that the gas contains pe
troleum vapor, and is therefore the kind
sought." Bull, of United States geo
logic survey. ,
Oil in economic quantities may not be
below, however, as it is not always,
though commonly, found where gas is.
J. R. Hunter, one of the operators of
the drillat Camp City, X. M., has stated
that "the oil is coming up all the time
and from the gas bubbles, when they
explode, oil floats around each bubble,
leaving an oil film."
The escape of hydrogen sulphide, in
crustations of sulphur and "sour wa
ters" are phenomena often associated
with petroleum fields.
Geologically tho Franklin-Hueco-Sac-ramento-San
Andres bolson is ideal for
a vast oil basin, as extensive as those
of the Kern valley of California.
The structure of the rocks from
which the petroleum is derived are an
ticlines, synclines, structural terraces
and benches, arrested anticlines lenses,
monoclines and in rocks associated with
planes of faulting.
"Water Imprejcnateil With Oil.
In an old copper shaft north of Alla-
! moor, in eastern El .Paso' county, the
vein is in schists; and in addition to
its metalic copper contents, the water,
which has impeded the work, is strong
ly impregnated with petroleum. These
schists were doubtless metamorphosed
shales of the great carboniferous for
mation extending north into New Mex-
(Continued from page 9.)
owner in rich mines In Nevada, Califor
nia and Arizona, with Oscar A. Turner,
Ed S. S. Turner, C. C. Conway, W. C.
"Walter, David Turner, A. S. "Wiley and
H. S. Turner, one of the wealthiest
syndicates operating mines on the Pa
cific coast. They owned the famous
Mispah mine in Tonopah, which has
yielded "millions; and they are now
opening up one of the greatest copper
mines In Arizona. They have just pur
chased about 10,000 acres of hardwood
timber lands south of Lexington, Ky.,
which is underlaid with a six foot seam
of coaL The advent of wealthy and ex
perienced men of this class In the Camp
City oil fields augurs well for its future
development. They are not going- to sit
Idle and merelyvreatch others bring out
oil wells. "With them time Is money and
they want.qulck results.
Troxel Leases Claims.
There was also another Important deal
closed yesterday in which C. R, Troxel
and associates took an option for a
lease in perpetuity from George T.
Kemple and associates on oil claims ag-
gregating 480 acres three miles east of
the oil well, the lessees to begin with- f
in six months drilling operations and in
the event of striking oil in commercial
kind and amount to erect tanks and
run pipe lines. They are to pay a roy
alty of one-tenth of the gross output.
The lessor reserves one valuable fea
ture, "viz. all wells of artesian water
that may be found are to belong to j
El Paso Company.
It is authoritatively stated that a ,
company has been organized in El Paso
to take over the present 40 acre claim
owned by the Alamogordo Deep Well
company and sink the present oil well
to 3000 feet depth. Two thousand dol
lars have been paid in the treasury, and
it is expected by the middle of the week
there will be ample means to proceed.
Austin and Marr are the active pro
moters of this new company. I
ARMY MAY FINISH
President Taft Said to Be
Tired of Slowness of
Says a "Washington dispatch: Presi
dent Taft is considering the advisabil
ity of completing the government recla
mation project Throughout the west by
the use of army engineers.
In order to arm himself for a con
tingency wherein the civilian engineers
ar present in charge may be dropped
he has caused the Insertion of an
amendment In the bill to increase the
efficiency of the engineer corps which
will permit him to detail any engineer
officer for the inspection or supervi
sion of any engineering project of the
It is reported that this provision is
directly intended to apply to the re
clamation sgrvicV- If" ft' ""gbes .'Info ef
fect and it now appears that it will,
the days of director Newell as a gov
ernment -employe will be numbered
and his removal as the commanding
officer of the irrigation project will
follow soon after the close of the Bal-linger-Pinchot
Taft lions Displeased.
It has been known for some time
that president Taft has shared the dis
content of Secretary Ballinger over
the methods which have been employ
ed In constructing the large dams and
reservoirs in the west.
The success which lias followed the
detail of Lieut. Col. Goethals of the
corps of engineers at Panama has been
pointed out to the president as an ex
araple of what may be accomplished in I
connection with irrigation plants. In to lower California on a special corn
fact, he has been advised to sweep away mission,
the civil establishment and turn the
projects over to the war department
lor completion in the same manner as
the interoceanic canal is now beinsr
It is figured that with an army en
gineer in authority, the erection of the
projects will go forward -with business
like precision and rapidity.
The bill to increase the efficiency of
the engineer corps recently passed the
house. It passed' the senate "Wednes
day with the amendment in question in
serted. The provision will be kept in
the bill provided the conferees can
Whether under the plan of detailin
army engineer to supervise the pro-
jeets the work of reclamation will be
transferred to the war department or
will be left in the interior department
is a question 3et to be considered.
AT HAPPY HOUR.
Tonight and Sunday will be the last
chance to see the famous 101 ranch pic
tures at the Happy Hour theater. There
will be new pictures and a complete
uiicwist: ul program .vionday, and the
management promises ithe best vaude
ville commencing Monday evening that
it has yet given El Pasp. "Watch The
Herald Monday evening for particulars "
says the management- There are two
shows nightly, at 7:45 and 9 o'clock
with a special matinee Sundav after
noon. THE BIJOU.
Sunday the Bijou will show a mag
nificent picture of the great Biblical
story. "The Fall of Babylon." The man
agement promises that this picture will
create a sensation, and says it un
doubtedly is the finest picture ever
shown in El Paso. The story is dra
matized from the fifth chapter of Dan
iel, and shows with marvelous accuracv
all of the intense dramatic situations
described in tho Bible.
SAXTA FE REABIXG ROOM.
Y. M. C. A. in Charge of Exercise." at
Vmiffhn Xeiv Grocery Store for
Town Residence building.
Vaughn, X. M., May 7. The Santa Fe
reading rooms have been opened and
a large crowd was entertained. The
Gemunder orchestra of Chicago gave a
program, and also playea for the dance
which followed. S. E. Busser. tho Y
J M. C. A. Division superintendent, was
iroc"i tinu jivnwiocu Aietment enter
tainments under the auspices of the
F. E. Ellsworth of Dawson, X. M., has
leased a store building and will stock
it with grpceries.
S. SchobCir is laying a foundation for
an, eight-rdom concrete dwelling.
C. H. Burjingham, dispatcher for San
ta Fe. haslbeen transferred to Beliu.
Mrs. J. C. Dicks of Albuquerque is
visiting her mother.
it is time to pay at
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before your blood is too
Infuse your blood with
health and purity bring
back the bloom of youth
to those thin pale cheeks.
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RAIN" FAIiliS AT DEL RIO;
SETTLERS COME FROM XORTH.
Del Rio, Texas, May 7. A shower of
rain fell, but merely enough to lay the
dust. A good rain would do much
good, though conditions are more satis
factory than last season.
Cinco de ifayo was celebrated by lo
cal Mexicans. The American part of
the town was decorated- with Mexican
colons., - -. " x- " - ' -i
Newcomers from north Texas, Okla
homa, Kansas and other points are ar
riving daily. Considerable property is
I being sold.
District court is still in session.
Excelsior, king of motor cycles,
len Arms and Cycle Co.. agents.
Removal sale. Snyder Jewelry Co.
JUAREZ ARMY MAX GOES
TO LOWER CALIFORNIA.
Manuel G. Gonzales, captain of the
Mexican army at Juarez, stationed at
the Juarez garrison, has been relieved
by Capt. Julio Miramontes. Capt. Gon
zales, for many years a popular resi-
dent of the Mexican city, has been sent
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Four Blind People Have
Been Restored to Sight-
Ira W. Collins Physician
The Girl Was Pronounced
Hopeless by the Entire Med
ical Association of Texas
When They Met Here in El
The Boy Had Been Doctored by Six
teen Specialists in 1 Paso and
They Were Cured by Loosening the Following Vertebrae.
How Many Drops of Poisonous Drugs Taken Three Time
a Day Aper and Before Eating Could Have
Ever Pushed Those Vertebrae Back?
It All Goes To Show That These Medical Guessers Don't
Know Any More About Diseases, Than a Hog
Does About Keeping the Sabbath.
Don't let these medical guessers scare you into an oper
ation, for it shows- they don't know what is the mattei
with you. They only want your money. Osteopathy cured
6000, only lost six, while poisonous drugs and the knife has
laid out six thousand in the same length of time. Don't
it make you shudder that any set of human beings would
be so avaricious? The law ought to stop it. If osteopathy
or any other kind' of harmless way of treating diseases
had a record like that they would have had them all in the
penitentiary long ago.
Boy who had been to 16 specialists.
Blind for 5 years. Resides 1305 Wyom
ing St, El Paso, Texas.
Man Avho has been blind for one year.
402 S. Stanton St.. El Paso, Texas.
Woman who had been blind for sev
eral months. 519 South Stanton St-,
El Paso, Texas.
Blind girl, six years. Lakota Flats,
on Mesa Ave., El Paso, Texas.
Blind girl who had been pronounced
hopeless by entire Medical Association
of Texas, when they met here in El
Paso. This was, of course, hopeless to
them, for they did not know how to
push these vertebrae back so as to
loosen the nerves which were deadened
to the eyes, and it all goes to show that
they do not know how to free the
nerves to the lungs in a case of pneu-'
monia or consumption, and thejr have
One Lady and
and Boy at the
T. Still Osteo
in Its History.
j to have the nerves freed to the lungs
just the sane as these blind people did
to their eyes.
It is the same in heart diseases, whick
axe being cured every day.
They are congested at the spine aad
heart weakened by it.
Also, they do not knerw iioTr to fre
the ribs in Asthma so the air can. be
expelled from the ltmg3 and cause a
vacuum to draw fres3i air in-
That is why the Still Osteopath Ik
finnary is curing them every day, whSa
drug doctors are helpless.
In Neuralgia and all kinds osf head
aches we loosen the nerve so it can
cause circulation of blood, and feed tke
nerve and you are well again.
Uroves of them have been cured nere
in EI Paso of stomach troubles and liver
troubles, and indigestion.
Free the nerves and the eirculatkm
starts up and you are yourself again.
Rheumatism is only a congested nerva
to some of the muscles. .
I have never seen a caseofNmy kind
of rheumatism that was incurabie' "by"
Osteopathy, and we have more cases, I
suppose, than all the rest of the citr.
In BRIGHT'S DISEASE, we free'tfca
nerves to kidneys and that is why, when
we restore them to normal, they carrv
all the waste cut of the system, aad
you are well again, and because the
nerve was pressed on, and weakened
had more poison to carry off than it
was able to is why you cannot cure by
putting in more poison and whipping
up the already over worked nerves.
FOR IT ALL GOES TO SHOW YOU
CANNOT POISON A MAN AND CURE
HTM OF ANY KIND OF DISEASE
FOR NO AMOUNT OF POISONS
WILL PUSH ONE OF THESE VERTE
BRA BACK IN PLACE.
It may stimulate you for the time,
but will make your spine congest worse,
and you will be worse the next time tha
stagnant blood accumulates in that or-gan-
DON'T SAY I DON'T SEE HOW AN
OSTEOPATH COULD CURE ME.
JUST COME OVER AND SEE HOW
WE DO IT.
WE'RE FROM MISSOURI, AND
WE'LL SHOW YOU JUST HOW WE
CURED SIS THOUSAND CASES AND
ONLY LOST SIX, WHILE THE PRO
FESSIONAL POISONERS LAID OUT
SIX THOUSAND IN THE SAME
LENGTH OF TIME.
FEEL YOUR OWN SPINE THE
TROUBLE IS THERE.
You can have no disease without the
accumulating of stagnant blood, which
is caused by the nerve deadening at the
DR. A. T. STILL, OSTEOPATHIC-
DR. IRA W. COLLINS, PHYSICIAN IN
EL PASO, TEXAS