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Thursdav, June 9, 1910.
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STow that we have told you about some of the delights of
living in San Diego, we will, while aslang you to remember
all we have previously said, call your attention to a few
more facts which we ask you to consider, and. if you do not
make up your mind at once to make an investment in that
most favored city, you are losing money faster than you
ever have before in your life. Nothing can jstop, or even
hinder the tremendous growth that is now taking place in
San Diego. It will have a population of 150,000 in 1915. It
has more than doubled its population during the past four
years, having at present 50,000 inhabitants.
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of the Southwest
in some of the property we are offering for sale in El Paso
Mav Make You Comfortable for Life
In any event there is bound to be a great expansion in
i indicate that oil may be found at depth
at any point along the Colorado river
basin. Professor E. r. Skeats, the
chemist and geologist, formerly a resi
dent of EI Paso, spent a number of
years in that basin in professional ex
amination and explorations and was
i positive from the numerous seepages j
and geological conditions that it would
develop into a very productive oil field.
Dollars invested now will grow amazingly almost like Jonah's gourd in a night. We have selected some of
our choicest locations of suburban and semi-suburban property and have placed them on sale at prices most
reasonable, and we are selling on terms that are within the reach of all.
Opportunity Knocks at Your Door Today
Are Yon Going to Turn Away
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DOMA. AIZTA TO. 2 is on POINT LOMA, commanding a magnificent sea view, the Pacific ocean right at your
door. Lots are priced from $175.00 to $300.00 each. Payments 1-5 down, balance on easy terms, no interest,
all improvements, graded streets, sidewalks, curbs, water, electricity, and the magnificent Point Loma boule
- vard skirting this entire tract.
This is our newest offering and is splendid suburban property and about twenty minutes' ride by trol
ley from the business center of the city. Gall if you can, write if out of town. Send with each order 1-5 cash,
we will select your lots and if you are not satisfied with our selection, you have the privilege of exchange.
But, you 11 be satisfied.
XABROW BUT RICH ORE VEIN
IX PATAGONIA MOUNTAINS
A fine showing has been made in the
Trece de Mayo mine on the Tvest side
of the Patagonia mountains not far
from the Nogales and Washington camp
road by the owners. A. L- Peclc and
Jesus Saldamando. They have opened
up a six foot ledge with a pay streak
from 12 to IS inches wide. From their
shaft -which is 150 feet deep they are
drifting on rich ore, assays showing
1S1 ounces silver, 1 gold and 40 per
cent lead a total of about $120 per
ton. They have recently installed a
hoist, pumps nd boiler.
In Patagonia it is reported that a
fine body, running high in gold and
copper has been struck in the Black
mine belonging to the Mansfield Min
A LINIMENT FOR EXTERNAL USE.
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the comfort and healthful condition, its use produces makes it
of inestimable value to every expectant mother. Mother's
Friend relieves the tjain and discomfort caused "by the strain
on the different ligaments, overcomes nausea "by counteraction, prevents back
ache and numbness of limbs, soothes the inflammation of the breast glands, and
in every way aids in preserving the health and comfort of prospective mothers.
Mother's Friend is a liniment for external massage, which by lubricating and
expanding the different muscles and membranes, thoroughly prepares the system
for baby's coming without danger to the mother. Mother's Frjend is sold at
drug stores. Write for our free book for expectant mothers.
THE BRAD FIELD GO., ATLANTA, GA.
COYA3IE COPPER 3IINE
REPORTED TO BE SOLD
Chihuahua, Mexico, June 9. A re
port has reached here from Los An
geles, Cal., to the effect that ITew York
capitalists have bought the Las Vigas
copper mine near Coyame in eastern
Chihuahua. The news cannot be con
firmed here yet. The principal owner
of the mine is George E. Voorhees, jr.,
Santa Barbara, Cal. George "Watson,
who is superintending the construction
of the sewer system in Juarez, is owner
of an eighth interest. The property has
been developed to a considerable extent
and has a concentration plant. The
greatest values of the mine are in copper.
PURE GOLD FIND CAUSES x
EXCITEMENT AT DUNCAN
Excitement was caused at Duncan,
Ariz., by the exhibition of rock car
rying free gold, brought from a two
foot ledge discovered by Irvin Phil
lips and Johnny Fruit, says the Clif
ton Copper Era, on the Clear Creek road,
10 miles frcen Duncan. They have lo
cated six claims. While the free gold
was on the surface was on but one claim,
they can pan gold all along the ledge,
and it shows well in copper and silver.
Sales are being made rapidly, many El
Pasoans, Arizonans and New Mexicans
have already purchased.
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to this office
Rooms 402, 403, 404 Trust Bldg. El Paso, Tex.
GOOD SMEL.TIXG ORE FOUND
IX OLD CINCINNATI MINE
j Sixteen feet of shipable ore has been
' opened in the old Cincinnati .mine over
j looking Mineral Park, Mohave county,
1 Ariz., belonging to the Needles Mining
J and Smelting company. A four foot
j streak in this mine shows values of
, $80 in gold and silver. The vein is
f one of the longest in the section and
i the ore carries a small amount of cop
per and lead and over 40 percent iron,
j making it a good smelting ore.
Heights. El Paso & Northwestern R.
R. Co. to G. H. & S. A. R. R. Co.. all
of north one-half of block 35, south
of northern limits of viaduct, 32-100
acres on block 35, Franklin Heights ad
dition; consideration $4710; April 4,
Northwest corner Ninth and Hill
streets, Magoffin addition. C. E. Holm
boe to Eugene Hall and Lonnie Wells,
lot 1, block 31, Magoffin addition; con
sideration $800; April 21, 1910.
Memphis street, between Division and
Courchesne streets, Altura Park Al
tura Realty Go. to Elizabeth Shen
f leld, lots 7, S, block 5G, Altura Park ad
dition; consideration $400; June 3, 1910.
Valverde Addition. Orndorff-Hardie
Realty Co. to S. Ardoin. lot 12, block 1,
Valverde addition; consideration $125;
April 26, 1910.
El Paso County. TV. C. McFtll to
Aro I. Ungent. one-half interest iji sec
tion 13, block 60, El Paso County pub
lic school lands; consideration $6000;
June 6, 1910.
Incensed to "Weil.
Chas. S. Davis and Edith Emery
John B. Nigra and Pauline Herrera.
A. C. Hlnes and Caroline Moelich.
GRADING DAVIS STREET.
Davis street, south of Overland,
being improved with caliche and
being brought up to grade.
See Salome at Majestlo theater.
Don't fail to see the Salome dan.
Majestic theater commencing tomorrow
"Watermelons on Ice. rnone Ardoln's.
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ii STATIONERY SPECIALISTS
328 Texas St. Bell Phone 680
ASSAYEBS & CHEMISTS
Independent Assay Offisa
D. W. Rscxhabt. E L, Proprietor.
Agent for Ore Shippers Assays and
Chemical Analysis. Mines Ex ami nod
and Reported Upon. Bullion Work c
Office ad Laboratory:
Or. Sm Prck k CaSfc.
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FOR RELIGIOUS FREEDOM
OF THE SPANISH PEOPLE
Madrid Spain, June 9. At a meeting
of the cabinet presided over by king
Alfonso today, premier Canalenjas de
manded that the government inaugurate
its religious program by rescognltion of
absolute freedom of conscience through
the abrogation oS all imperial decrees
inlbiting public service of the Cath
olic religious bodies.
I j MOHAVE COUNTY, ARIZONA,
MINE STRIKES RICH ORE
I In sinking the air shaft on the Lino
Road mine at Gold Road, Mohave coun
ty, Arizona, nine feet of ore was struck
at the depth of 300 feet, averaging $12
a ton, -with no walls in sight. The
i level above the ore was 18 feet -wide
and at 300 feet below the valnes were
J the same. A new unit of the mill -will
be put into commission this summer.
SOUTHERN OIL MILL MEN x
ELECT NEW OFFICERS
Texas, June 9. The
Rittmer, Houston, Texas; J. B. Meden
hall, Chicago; Robt. R. Nolen, Dallas;
"William Lowenstein, New Orleans.
Southern Oil Mill Manufacturers and j Smith's ice cream, all flavors.
Supply associations In session here to- ,
day reelected officers as follows: Frank ?
V. Smith, of Dallas, president; A. C j
SPECIAL CAKE SALE.
Our regular GOc white layer cake for
Livington, Atlanta, Ga., vice president; ; 30c on Saturday.
"W. H. Marshall, San Antonio, secretary ' Purity Baking Co.
treasurer; executive committee, TV. E- !
Openhaver, Springfield, Ohio; John W. Demand Smith's Ice cream.
MINING AND OIL NEWS.
CAMP CITY LA203
El Paso Bank & Trust Co.
319 San Antonio St, ,
Solicits Your Patronage
Capital Stock $100,000
R. M. TURNER, Pres. F P. JONES, V-Pres
A. F. KERR, Cashier LEEK CREWS, AssL Cash'r.
I xCQx Summer I!
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mM incursion Kates 1!
Work Must Begin Within
30 Days Standard Oil
Man on Ground.
Camp City, N .M., June 9. J. A. Bent,
representing a big oil company of Los
Angeles has completed the location of
25C0 acres, of land in the vicinity of
the Camp?City oil well and will ai
range to bore some deep wells. Mr.
Bent was sent here to examine the field
on the recommendation of Frank M.
Leeland, the mining man of Phoenix,
Ariz., who has large holdings abound
J. E. Buvins, of Shreveporr, La., rep
resenting the Louisiana Real Estate
and Development company, ha3 leased
2000 acres of land close into the Camp
city oil well and under the terms of
the lease must begin boring for oil
within 30 days from date of the exe
cution of the contract. This company
is largely interested In the oil Holds
A standard Oil
to a depth of 60 feet on a
ledge and the last samplings assaved
$12 in gold' and $1S.50 silver per ton.
He will begin shipping ore to the smel
ter. Speaking of his property, Mr. Grove
says: "I think that I am on the great
Pearce ledge of the Commonwealth min
ing company. The vein is from five to
eight feet wide."
Mr. Grove formerly tvas mine car
penter of the Commonwealth mine
which has produced .several million
dollars. It is owned by Los Angeles
The original discovery of the proper
ty created great excitement on account
of the knmense quantities of high grade
horn silver ore on the surface.
STRIKE AT CARRIZOZ.O.
Carrizozo, N. M.. June 9. The Com
mercial Metals company, operating the
Hopkins-Smith mining property .near
this oity, has struck water which It is
expected will supply the camp with
sufficient water to warrant the immedl-
ell defined J ate instalation of a mill.
ah average assay irom the ore being
taken out shows an average value of
$90 per ton.
FROM MEXICAN TRIP
Report No Finds But State Game
Abounds In Vaqui Valley: Explored
Country From Casns Grandes.
been here with a surveyor staking off
oil lands. This was his third visi- to
the field In the past month.
Andrew Bain, the well known min
ing man, and Benjamin Grieg, a civil
engineer, have returned from a pros
pecting trip into the Interior of Mex
ico, having been gone since March 1.
Although they report having made no
finds, they state they have oollpotpri
representative has much valuable data Tvhich will be of
CHICAG-0 AND HETTim $55.65
CINCINNATI AND RETURN. . . ." . 64.05
TOLEDO ANB RETURN 66.65
PHILADELPHIA AND RETURN. . 81.35
ST. LOUIS AND RETURN 49.65
KANSAS CITY AND RETURN. . . . 40.65
NEW YORK AND RETURN 85.95
Unlimited Stopovers Allowed at All Points En
route. On sale June 1st to Sept. 30. Limit Oct.
CITY TICKET OFFICE ST. RECHS HOTEL
w. c. Mccormick,
J. E. MONROE,
City Ticket Agent
GLOBE MINE CONTINUES
RECORD ORE SHIPMENTS
j "Warrior Property Has Immense Vein
Blocked Out and Is Operating
Churn Drills tn AVInnfe
The Warrior mine continues Its rec
ord as one of the greatest producers of
high copper ore in the Globe, Ariz.,
district Notwithstanding the large I
shipments of chrs-socolla ore, averaging
about 10 percent copper, which have
been made constantly for years past. It
is no exaggeration, says the Silver Beir,
that today the mine has more ore in
sight than at anj time since it was
taken over by Hovland & Smith Inter
ests last October.
The Warrior Development company
is shipping about 75 tons of high grade
ore daily to the El Paso -smelter. At
present the main drift on the 300 foot
level which is being driven west, Is en
abling the management to put upraises,
preparatory to stoping one of the
f greatest high grade ore chutes ever de
veloped in the Globe district.
TThile mining and underground de
velopment work is being carried rapid
ly forward, churn drill operations are
being conducted on the Winnie claim,
with a view to developing sulphide
i The drill is now working In a satis
factory manner and the hole put down
to a depth of 130 feet.
Harry B. Hovland xand Hoval A.
Smith, principal owners of the Warrior
j company, passed through El Paso from
Duluth, Minn., to 'Globe, Wednesday
night. In addition to this property they
oIfo control the Cordova, the Inspira
tion and other noted mines In the
vuiisiueraDie value later on. They left
the train at Nueva Casas Grandes and
traveled overland uuril ihey struck
the Taqui river. They also traversed
the entire Taqui valley in the heart of
There was game In abundance, they
say, and It was Tiot necessarv to burden
themselves with food supplies. Deer
were there in plenty, also all kinds of
quail, wild pigeons and other rame
birds. They lived on venison steaks
most of the time, with roast squab as
a side dih.
FOR EL PASO, MAYBE
FORMER EI. PSO MINER
STRIKES PAYING ORE
Find at Penrce, Ariz.. Ik Relieved To Be
on the Commonwealth Vein, Which
Haw Produced Millions.
Pearce, Ariz., June It. G. W. Grove
who left El Paso after mining exten
sively In the state of Chihuahua. Mex- !
I Ico, !s opening claims here: He has sunk
EXCITEMENT OVER OIL AT
KINGMAN; FIELD FAVORABLE
Kingman, Ariz., June 9. As a result
of the reported oil strike in the north
part of Yuma county, oil claims are
being staked out along Bill Williams
fork In Mohave county, immediately
north of the Yuma county line. An ef
fort Is to be made to drill a well near
the old planet crossing, -nliere it Is
said oil seepages occur.
Along Centennial Wash, below the
old aicCracken mine, there are many
anticlinal folds and conditions might
Promoters Plan to Secure a
Laa-ge Room Back of
El Pa. o may have another popular
priced theater. The large room in the
rear of the Plaza block which was for
merly occupied by the El Paso Print
ing company Is being considered as a
location for a moving picture and
vaudeville theater as soon as the Mills
building is completed. The building
is now being used as a store house
and carpenter shop by the contractors
of the new building but will be vacated
as soon as the new building Is under
The proposed plan of converting the
room into a theater is to put a new
front in it to face the alley which is
to be widened from Pioneer Plaza to
the St. Regis hotel, passing directly
in front- of the building that is to be
remodeled. -A stage and a raised floor
will be built and an entrance to the j
theater built to open on this passage
and gently reared, women will find in
all the seasons of their lives, as maid
ens, wives and mothers, that the one
simple, wholesome laxative remedy,
which acts gently and pleasantly and
naturally and which may be taken at
any time, when the system needs a
laxative, with perfect safety and real
ly beneficial effects, is Syrup of Figs
and Elixir of Senna.
It has that true delicacy of flavor
which is so refreshing to the taste, j
that warming and grateful toning to J
the stomach which responds so favor- J
ably to its action and the laxative ef
fect which isT so beneficial to the sys- ;
tem when, occasionally, its gentle
cleansing is required. e
The genuine, always 'bearing the
name of the California Fig Syrup Co.,
may be purchased from all leading
druggists in original packages of one j
size only, price fifty cents per bottle.
Custom Assay Office
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FOR EARLY OPE2HFG
Carpenters, decorators, painters and
furnishers are at Tvprk on the Interior
of the "new Toltec club building: and it
Is now thought that it "n-ill be completed
10 days earlier tliau the time limit of
July 10, -which -was fixed by the con
tractors "when -work was resumed on
the structure. There are 200 carpen
ters at work on the inside finish in the
rooms of the club and the entire build
ins "will be ready for the formal opening-
by the first of next month, accord
ing to one of the building- committee.
I First National Bank I
Northwestern corner Santa Fe street
and Upson avenue, Satterthwaitc addi
tion. J. R. Fisk and wife to M. P.
Schuster, north SI feet of lots 1 to 4,
block 8, Satterthwaite additon; con
sideration $13,000; June 2, 1910.
Austin and Newnam streets, Franklin
C. R. MOREHEAD, President GEO. D. FLORY, Cashier.
JOSEPH MAGOFFIN, V. Pres. , C. Iff. BASSETT, Vice Pres.
L. J. GILCHRIST, Ass't. Cash.
State National Bank'
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EL PASO, TEXAS
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Capital, $150,000.00. Surplus and Profits, $25,000 00
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S. T. Turner, Vice-President. w. E. Arnold. Cashier.
H. E. Christie, Secretary. p. M. Murchison, Asst. Cashier