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There Is not a man in existence -who is suffering from weakness, if Recline is from unnatural causes, that
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Our cure is a thorough and scientific course of treatment which acts at once upon the nerve forces, '
stopping the drain and replacing the worn-out and run-down tissues. It increases the weight in sound,
healthy flesh and muscle, that give strength and fill the brain and nerves with fresh vitality, building up
the entire system and transforming the sufferer into a type of perfect manhood.
Blood poison manifests Itself by stages known as primary, secondary and tertiary. Any form of this
destructive disease makes itself known by such evidences as ulcers of the mucous membranes in the mouth and
throat, sores on the body, aching of the bones, falling of the hair, spots and all discolorations of the skin,
which signify decay and premature death.
Our treatment for blood poison consists of a predigesled nucleld preparation that completely reorgan
izes the blood corpuscles, by which means every particle of poisonous matter is eliminated. Under our sys
tem of treatment the stomach does not become affected and it is utterly impossible for the poison to remain in
the blood, and purity and health are the results in every case. All manifestations of the disease disappear
soon after beginning treatment, and a normal state of health is resumed.
Stricture as applied to the uretha, is a fibrous deposit or scar tissue formation around the CANAL,
caused either by an injury or a severe inflammation, no matter what the nature of this inflammation. The
immediate results of the stricture are first an obstruction to the flow of urine, distension of the bladder,
which produces wasting, followed by overflow or constant dribbling and ultimately the kidneys become in
volved and Bright's disease results.
Our treatment consists of neither cutting or sounding, but we dissolve the stricture by cataphoresis,
treatment 1b painless and the cure is permanent, and when we dismiss a case the canal is sound and healthy
nd perfectly natural i
Varicocele In th beginning Is simply a passive congestion of the venous system In the parts. If this
Is untreated, later the venous walls give way, become knotted and remain distended, with the resulting circu
latory disturbance the organs supplied by these blood vessels atrophy or waste because of the malnutrition.
The results to those who have it are too well known to require an explanation.
Our treatment consists of two different and distinct procedures, one requires the presence of the patient
and the cure Is effected in 34 hours; the other treatment, while slower, is just as efficient and can be carried
oat by th patient in the privacy of the home.
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Suffering with any ordinary Pelvic trouble should consult us before submitting to a mutilating surgical oper
ation. VCe have cured hundreds of women who have been told by eminent surgeons that their only hope of re
lief was to have an operation done necessitating a removal of some of the vital organs. Our treatments are
painless and CIFRES PERMANENT. . ,
Are reasonable, and payments are arranged to suit the patient. We make only one charge and all medicines
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our treatment far superior to the old time method of drugging every patient for every malady, regardless of
its nature. We realize, and the intelligent class of people are fast becoming acquainted with the fact that a
doctor with a lead pencil, prescription blank and a few chairs and a desk' in his office, is not uptodate and is
not able to cope with diseases which he is asked to treat.
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The fact that we accept your case for treatment is a guarantee of a cure, AS WE NEVER -HOX.D OUT FALSE
HOPES TO INCURABLES, and never commit ourselves until we are positive that we can cure you, after first
making a thorough MICROSCOPICAL and X-RAY EXAMINATION if we find it necessary to ascertain your
exact condition, then remove the cause.
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Diseases of Men.
Diseases of Women
Skin, Kidney, Keetal,
XMney complaints often caused by excesses, alcoholic liquors and severe sickness of various kinds.
vlsosj. symptoms are highly colored urine and strong odor, chilliness, feverishness and a feeling of lassitude, rj iou a dij n u
puffiness under the eyes and swelling about the ankles. Our long study and extensive practice in treating "O0I11S 1-0 nStlini&li BlUgsi 001 MSSS
kidney diseases Insure success in all cases not past the curative stage. We determine the exact condition by
a thorough analysis of the urine, and -we have cured so many kidney troubles, given up by other doctors, that AV6t 2nd TfiX8S Stu EL PASQa TEXAS
we have great oonfldefljJe In our method of treatment. '
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0 OIL BEING FOUND
, BREWSTER COUNT!
Geologic Report Shows Best Indications of the Existence
of Oil Shales in Land Which 'May Be ' Prospected. -This
May Become One of the Best Oil Fields in
the Whole Southwest.
Los Angeles, CaX, Oct. 22. With the i matlon, -which enters near the nprth
district aroima xoyan aireaay a proveu.
frield of oiL interest is now centered
In sections adjacent to those lands!
Marathon, in Brewster county, has
been looked upon as a possible oil field
and the following report, which will
prove interesting to those who have
considered It such, discloses the prob
ability of good oil being found there.
The land covered In the report la
known as block 1 and block 4, cover
ing several sections of these two
Prospects far OIL
Owing to the formations being ex
posed as they are in this basin, It is
not a question as to whether oil exists,
it Is only the question as to where to
drill to tap the great basins that are
sure to exist under part of this basin.
JThere is every evidence to prove that
oil is there; as to the amount of oil
that may be developed, only the drill
will prove. Personally, I have great
hopes for the future of this field.
The anticline of the underlying for-
As one grows
old the bowels
grow less active. Some
then take harsh cathartics,
st&d their bowels harden. Then
fbey soultiply the dose. Some
take candy Cas carets. They act
la aatoral ways, and one tablet a
day is sufficient
line of section 53), bearsa little west
us course souui, passing .almost
down the division line between sections
(7) and (43).
As to the depth at which oil may be
encountered, will say that you may ex
pect oil in upper shales in small
amounts, but It is not probable that
oil in paying quantities will be en
countered until the 1200 foot level is
Strong gas pressure mav be mat nem-
tne aouo root
the cause of a flowing well. There are
very few places in the United States
where the c-.-osnees are so even:y d s
trlbuted showing the indications of
gas. A well would be a paying propo
osltion in itself with the towns of Mar
athon and Alpine for consumers, be
sides cheap fuel for irrigating pur
poses. Practically no paleontologic or geo
logic data concerning the sections here
mentioned Is here available. There
have been several geologists visiting
the field in the interest of corporations,
but their findings have not been made
public. It is well to mention that my
findings place this district, or tfie basin
portion of it, which we find enclosed
by the hills on all sides, as of a differ
ent age, or as being older than the
surrounding hills, especially those to
the north or west.
Deposits In Mountain.
The small mountain that lies to the
northeast of , these sections Is older
than any other rock found in the dis
trict, as it belongs to the archaeozoic
era, of the archaean age, and Is pure
granite, showing no traces of life.
There have been deposited id the basin
proper a light covering of the upper
cretaceous period. This has been erod
ed away so that at present there exists
in no place over nine- feet of this rock.
mark. Strrma- cmlnVitif
water will be encountered between 700 !UnderlyIns' thIs uPPer cretaceous, the
"" "ww iuoi levels, ureat care should
be taken to see that everything is in
readiness to shut off this water when
encountered, for It will be met in sev
eral parts of the' basin. After passing
this water there will be no other water
to speak of fill near the 2000 foot level,
which is probably deeper than you -will
have to go.
KiHd of OH.
The oil found in the upper or shallow
wells of your basin Droves to he. ?s
gravity; I fully believe the oilc to be I
lower cretaceous, known in Texas as
the Comanche series, is missing; thus,
showing that what is now the basin
was, during the lower cretaceous
period, high and dry, while the sur
rounding hills -were low and the Co
manche series was there deposited.
The hills that now exist, surrounding
the basin, were not forced up in the
position In which we now find them,
but were forced from the north, rising
and- overlapping the underlying forma
tions, and to a certain extent caused
found In the lower strata -nrtii , ' tne breaking of the upper strata of the
higher gravity vet. a it ie th i basin as Ave find them today. This i
most other fields, the best prospects
for oil are to be found in the anticlines,
which do not cover the entire basin.
As described, the sections under this
report lie wholly within the basin,
there are exposed to the surface all of
the underlying formations to the
depths of 1300 feet. Chiefly sandstone
and shales underlying the limes.
The shales, grading from a light
gray to a jet black where they join
the sandstone at about 1000 feet depth;
here we find a stratum of "shale and a
stratum of sand; the sand strata vary
ing from three to 60 feetj while the
shale is much thicker; the sands found
near .the surface are fine and soft,
while those deeper are "coarse 'gravel.
The limes in some places" are com
posed entirely of shells from which
fine specimens can be" secured. The
shales, especially those from 'the lower
depths, are highly charged with petro
leum. Evidence of the great gas pressure
that existed, and still exists, are every
where to be seen in the cones, that are
extinct and in those where the gas will
burn today. The basin proper belongs
to the subcarboniferous period, which
will be shown by the fauna In the speci
mens I secured.
The Marine Fauna.
The fauna of these series are chief ly
rhorn, coral, zapherentls ponderosa,
brachiopoda, stropheodonta concava,
and the spirfer acuminatus, rensselae
ria aequ,lradiata, gastropoda, loxone
ma hamlltoniae. Also the remains of
small fish resembling those that ex
isted at that time, but not well enough
preserved to truly classify.
There is an abundance of the above
fauna found in various places through
out the basin, as well as the large
shells belonging to the Comanche se
ries which surround the basin. Nu
merous shells from the Jurassic rock's
TUXXEIi TO TAP GOLD DIKE.
Considering Also Construction
Thirty Ton Gold Mill !Xear
The Bi-Metalic Mining company, own
er of gold mines 12 miles northeast j
rt T.nlro "VnllAT-- "M "M c PYtpnflin? its
new 800 foot tunnel to tap a wide free
gold bearing trachite dike, from which
composite samplings assay $19 per ton
in gold. Some specimens of the ore
show considerable free gold.
The company is considering the con
struction of a 30 ton gold mill In the
near future, as "Wisconsin people are
negotiating for a controling interest,
the sale of which will provide ample
funds for rushing the tunnel ' develop
ment and the instalatlon of a modern
amalgamating and cyanide mill, which
cannot fail to put the property on the
producing list and assure to the small
number of stockholders reasonably cer
operate the McCabe 'mines In Huachuca
The Black Prince company In the
Johnson district is sinking its compart
ment shaft, which is down 900 feet.
La Pas property, and is named Arizona
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found near the surface Is of'a bettw breakage has in some places exposed near tne northwest corner of
ffraae tnan the averasre oil? nf h ine unaenying lormation ol tne Dasin
to a aeptn ot nuv ieet, exposing tne on
Veatecket hex. 10 eeats-ct fatfrafarws.
'Ptttt't rir wit it Tiffin tnm iwimf Mri
state, faome of the cropping shales
point to a very high frrade of oil in
fact, there are here croppings of some
t of the most highly charged petroleum
snaies cnat I have ever met In any
I have ascertained that the Southern
Pacific will take all fuel oils developed
in this district, owing to the long hauls
they are required to make to secure oil
at the present time Located so near
the railroad and with prospects of an
other railroad which have their survey
almost to the land, you should be able
to market your oil at good figures
with the least expense.
Gas Exists Here.
Gas will be found in thl field, with
great pressure, and will probably be
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This prescription come3 from a phy
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shales and sands that exist.
The first 200 feet of the basin -show
signs of belonging to the carboniferous
era. Near the foothills surrounding the
basin, in places, are found evidence of
the Jurassic period, such as the cepha
lopods, ammonites, hildoceras bifrons,
amaltheus margaritatum. v
The basin proper belongs to the sub
Location and Topography.
The region, or sections referred to
in this report as block (1) sections (7
and 8) and sections 43, 44, 45, 46, 53,
54 and 57, block (4) are situated in
Brewster county, Texas, three and
one-half miles northwest of Marathon,
Texas, which is credited with a popu
lation of 600.
At tlie point mentioned 3' mlles-f rom
Marathon, the land extends west four
miles and north four miles, thus form
ing an angle in which two sections are
added to the north of the second sec
tion, and to the west nine "sections
compose the land to be covered by this
report, the nine t sections representing
5755 acres, as five acres are held un
der separate lease near the center of
the basin are found in the gulches en
tering the basin from that direction,
such as the ammonites.
CARACRISTI MAKES, A REPORT
ON CHIHUAHUA WATER SUPPIA"
Dr. C. F. Z. Caracristi, who passed
through El Paso on "Friday from Chi
huahua on his way to" Casas Grandes,
has completed ' a survey and examina
tion of the water bearing formations of
the territory lying between Sauz sta
tion on the north, Ortiz on the south,
Santa Isabel on the west and Falrmio
on the east, covering over 20,000 square
kilometers of territory". The examina
tion and survey have occupied over
seven weeks and the result of these re
searches is now compiled into a re
port. He says the report will be very
full on the subject of the water supply
of that region.
"I have examined the sources of the
water supply," says Dr. Caracristi,
"and the geological formations have
all received careful attention and I am
of the opinion that the parties whom I
represent in the matter will eventually
make public the result of the survey.
"I can say, however, that there are
BURRO MOUNTAIN COMPANY
INSTALS A NEW CAGE
Silver City. N. M., Oct. 21. The Burro I
Mountain Copper company has received
a new cage for its shaft on the News
boy claim. This cage is equipped with
the most modern improvements.
Judge Norman "W. Haire, president
of the Mangas Development company, j
and vice president Joe E. Saint, ot '
Albuquerque, are in the city, in connec
tion with company affairs. "Whether
there will be an early resumption of
work is not yet known, x
PACIFIC S3IELTING COMPANY
IS C03IPLETING ITS SMELTER.
The Pacific Smelting and Mining
compUny Is at present completing the
lead smelter at Guaymas, Snora,
preparatory to blowing in. It also
owns a copper smelter at Funn'cion,
Sonora. It also has several mines
operating in the southern part of Son-j
orti, one o mixes west ot x unaiciou
and several along the Yaqui ,rivsr.
LA PAZ PLACER SOLD.
A 40-acre placer claim adjoining the
New La Paz placer property in 'La PaxJ
mining district, Yuma county, Arizona,
has been purchased by R. J. McAdory
of Los Angeles, the consideration being
$000. Many Los Angeles people ace in
terested in La Paz camp and a. new
townsite has been laid out on the New
SALVADOR STRIKES ORE.
The Salvador mine of Sonora, Mex
ico, has struck rJch sold-silver-lead
ore in its shaft at a depth of 45 feet.
The lode is six feet In width, with two
and a half feet of ore on the foot n-all.
The property belongs to J. J. Holaiam,
J. J. Scott and William Gunn of BJs
bee, Ariz. ;
-STEAM PLANT FOR LA TRIETl.
La Prieta- mine, 33 miles north ot
Alamos, Sonora, is Installing a steam
plant, pumps, (hoist, etc The shaft
is down 100 feet, and a crosscut on this
level has opened up ore that runs from
one to-four ounces in god a ton.
, ORB FROM C. O. D. MINE.
"One day this week," says the Mo-jave-
Mirier, "two men. took from the
stope of the 200 foot level of the C O.
D. mine 17 sacks of ore having a value
of $2000 per ton. In this stope the
values run. to gold."
at least 200.000 acres of land wit n in
section 43, block 4. The southwest cor- I the territory examined that are cana-
ner of section No. 8 extends to within ble of irrigation by flowing wells and
a few rods of Lenox, a station on the
G. H. & S. A. railroad. The north line
of section 57 enters the hills forming
the imaginary rim of the basin, which
extends much further to the north, un
derlying these hills.
It is In these hills that the anticline
of the older formations is best studied.
It is here that we see where the later
formations have been laid down on the
anticlines of the older formations with
out showing in any way from their
surface the existence at such anti
The Marathon Basin.
The nine section here taken contain
much level land, chiefly in 'smalL val
leys extending north and south be
tween hills that have an average ele
vation of 40 feet above the level land.
Near the foothills the elevation is
4625 feet, while to the south side of
the land here described, the average
elevation is 4500 feet.
The basin represented as the Mara
thon basin, if taken with its extensions,
is a very large territory; taking it, as
It Is generally spoken of in that dis
trict, It extends to the east of Mara
thon two miles; to the west It extends
to the hills, about 12 miles; to
pumped by hydro-electric
south it extend, brokenly, for nine
miles; to the north it extends under the
hills six miles from Marathon. Like
EUREKA SHAFT IS NEAR
THE NINTH LEVEL POINT
Morenci, Ariz., Oct. 21. The sinking
of the Eureka shaft of the Arizona
Commercial property has progressed to
within thirty feet of the point where
the ninth level will be established. The
work Is necessarily slow, owing to the
prevalence of water. Itfcis generally
known that owing to the ericouraging
information obtained from the "diamond
drilling, the management of the com
pany expect noteworthy results from
the operations to be carried on at a
depth of 900 feet as soon as a station
and sump can be made. Apparently
the company is anticipating renewal of
development on a somewhat larger
scale than at present prevails as soon
as the new level is established.
Some of the diamond drilling is re
ported on fairly good authority to have
reached a depth of "700 feet below the
seventh level and to have found good
copper bearing material at that depth.
Nearly all the diamond drilling was
confined to the territory east of th
the shaft toward the Superior and Boston
MEXICO MINE OTVNERS
' GO TO INSPECT PROPERTY ,
Harry Holdeman, secretary and
treasurer of the Llano Copper company f
and a party of a dozen stockholders of '
the company passed through the city
Friday morning, traveling in the pri
vate car "Sunbeam," en route to Noria, .
Sonora, Mexico, near which place the ,
company's properties are located. He '
called on his friend, H. J. Betzler, man- i
ager of the depot barber shop, whom
he knew in Kansas City, Mr. Holde
- i !
TRANSMISSION LINE FROM
JEROME TO FOSSIL CREEK. '
Kurmeir and Neagle, contractors, t
have commenced the construction of an
electric transmission line from Jerome,
Ariz., a distance of 40 miles, to the
power house of the Arizona Power com
pany on Fossil creek, to cost $100,000.
To accommodate the wires 400 towers
will be erected, with two poles to eacu
tower, the poles being 40 feet long. The !
new transmission line will greatly
benefit the mines nortn and sou'h of
First National Bank
Capital $ 600,000
Surplus and Profits 225,000
We cordially invite new business connections.
Our new savings department paj3 .4 percent on deposits.
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ESTABLISHED APRIL, 1S81.
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PEABODY MINE IX JOHNSON"
DISTRICT TO BE DEVELOPED.
It is said that the original stockhold
ers of the old Peabody mine at John
son camp, Cochise ' county, Arizona,
having secured control of the property,
will begin active work. Tney will also
property and away from the claims of
the National -Mining Exploration company.
constipation permanently by proper
personal co-operation with the bene
ficial effects of Syrup of Figs and
Elixir of Senna, when required. The
forming of regular habits is most im
portant and while endeavoring to
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Figs and Elixir of Genna is most val
uable, as it is the only laxative which
Kacts without disturbing the natural
functions and without debilitating and
it' is the ono larzative which leaves the
internal organs in a naturally healthy
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H. E. Christie, Secv.
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Firms Locating in El Paso
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institution, as its officers are always pleased to confer
with the representatives of new firms who contemplate lo
eating m ;i Jfaso.