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ar, hm tW vnnll he nroud to have near vour home-homes that are artishc-homes that are well mint in every sense 01 uic
TS not an ordinary suburb in any
sense. Aside from its natural
advantages of location, excellence of
its car service, natural beauties, and
its freedom from smoke and dust, its
modern conveniences, etc., you are
sure that the values can but increase.
It means you can build your home
with the assurance of haying good
neighbors and beautiful homes around
$10,000.00 Home of C. M. Gibson
Corner of Fort 'Boulevard S3L 'Bryan St,
TS located on high ground where a
beautiful view of the city and
valley may be obtained. It has excellent
street car service, electric lights,
telephones, pure Mesa water, and
the air is pure and invigorating.
There are numerous other advantages
which the shrewd observer will catch
the moment he examines Grand View.
Let us show you at. your convenience.
'Prices are Sfi
LoW and Terms are Easy. When can We show you?
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EL PASO, TEXAS
A. KRAKAUER. President.
Good men wanted to sell policies that guarantee
a R. RUSSELL,
Supt of Agents.
LOUIS ST. J. THOMAS,
Secty. and Gen'l.Mgr.
The EI Paso
Announces the Inauguration
of Through Train Service
Between El Paso and Tuc
son, on the Following Schedule:
Lv. Tucson 6:20 P. M.
Lv. Bisbee 9:15 P.M.
Lv. Douglas 11:00 P.M.
Ar. El Paso 7:00 A.M.
Lv. El Paso 7:30 P. M.
Lv. Douglas 6:40 A. M.
Lv. Bisbee 6:50 A.M.
Ar. Tucson 11:00 A. M.
Train will consist of Cafe-Parlor-Observation car between Douglas
and Tucson, standard electric lighted Pullman sleeping car between El
Paso and Tucson, standard coaches between El Paso and Douglas and
Douglas and Tucson.
EUGENE FOX, General Passenger Agent.
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Much Development TVofk Is
Planned For First of Year
by Several Mines.
(By I. H. Datls.)
Mining' and agricultural Industries
in the territory of Tucson, Ariz., ac
cording to Orestes Peragallo, the well
known mining engineer, who is in
town, are looking up and great ac
tivity is promised there the coming
year. He has been around Arizona
quite extensively during the past few
months visiting mining districts and
Is at present locate in Tucson.
"At the James Station mining camp,
which is 15 miles south of the railroad
station of that name, and 15 miles -west
of Tucson, in the Tucson mountain
range, exploration and development
work -will be started up the first part
of next year on the Reforma y Mexl
cana mine. This mine is developed hy
an incline shaft and shows copper
pyrites of good quality. Half way be
tween the mines and the station Is the
celebrated Indian curio, called Painted
Rock, which Is a remarkable sample
of primitive Indian picture writing. In
this section is also the Xuma mine, a
big copper property.
"Over in the Baboqulvarl mountains,
between 50 and 100 miles southwest
of Tucson, assessment and develop
ment work Is going on actively on
several groups of prospects. Host of
the development work is going on on
the west side of these mountains In
the Fresnal and Cayote mines, which
are gold and silver properties.
"Very close to the ancient Indian
village of Baboqulvarl are the mines
called the Villaescusa, the Allison and
the Roberts, all of which are pushing
ahead with development work. These
are all gold quartz veins. These prop
erties are well located, being near
dams and reservoirs made for storing
torrential waters for milling purposes.
One of these dams belongs to the Alli
son company. Should the Tucson-Port
Lobos railroad be built, it will pass
within ten miles of this camp.
"Nearly east of the last named camp
is the Las Guijas camp, where gold
placer mining Is going on, and where
there are several veins of Tungsten or
wolframite being worked on an ex
perimental scale, pending the instala
tion of a practical process of concen
trating, although some hand sorted ore
has been profitably shipped. These
properties are financed by Bakersfield,
"The Santa Rita district, southeast
of Tucson, has some good showing ol
copper ores around it, but will, in the
near future, be prospected for lead and
zinc ores along the limestone contact.
Buys Zinc Mine.
"The New 'Jersey Zinc company has
bought the San Xavier mine, 20 miles
southwest of Tucson, and it is re
ported that by the new year it will
begin shipping zinc ores to its
"On the Tucson-Nogales railroad,
20 miles south of Tucson, at the sta
tion called Sahuarito. is the Pioneer
smelter, which is working very suc
cessfully. It derives its main ores
from the Twin Buttes mining camp
some ten miles west of the station.
"The development department of
the American Smelting and Refining
company keeps its engineers in the
field around southern Arizona exam
ining properties and making contracts
for ore both for their El Paso and
Hayden smelting plants. This .mining
activity extends clear down to the
Sonora line through the Patagonia,
Arivaca, Old Glory and Oro Blanco
districts. However, the most imme
diate prosperity of Tucson will be de
rived from the agricultural develop
ment of the Santa Clara and Rlllito
valleys. Strictly modern Irrigating
ditches and pumping plants are bein&,
inaugurated. and the mesquite stumps
are being extracted from thousands
of acres of virgin soil, which will be
ready for the next spring planting."
is at Hotel
MOVEMENTS OP MINEB.S.
"W. A. Farlsh, mining engineer,
Denver and rew Xork,
O. Paragello, mining engineer, is in
town from Tucson for a few days.
E. H. DeVore has returned from a
week's trip to the Oro Blanco gold dis
trict west of Nogales In southern Ari
zona. Clarence E. Chase and Edwin Burt,
minlnge engineers, leave today in ' an
automobile for the Steeple Rock dis
trict, near Twin Peaks, Grant county.
New Mexico, to sample a dump on the
old Columbia mine, and, if satisfactory,
will lnstal a cyanide plant there.
Morris B. Parker, mining engineer,
has returned from Los Angeles, where
he and family spent the summer.
J. D. Sullivan, mining engineer, and
his wife, have gone to the Magollon dis
trict, where he has charge of sinking a
shaft 400 feet deep.
W. L. Bradley, manager of the Suc
cess mines In VIctorlo camp, west of
Deming. has returned there and will
begin the sinking of a shaft to the
depth of 400 feet.
ill PLANT IS
BIG SPRINGS OIL WSZ.Ii
IS XOW DOWN 600 FEET
Big Springs, Tex., Dec. 4. The well
being drilled in the Big Springs oil
field is now down about 800 feet and
the greatest hopes are entertained that
both oil and gas will be struck.
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Cole Development Co. Plans
New Activity; Silver
Strike Is Made.
Globe, Ariz., Dec 4. At the Miami
plant extensive improvements are in
progress In the way of erection of
buildings and instalatlon of equip
ment and the usual progress In de
velopment Is being maintained. The
new mine machine shops are com
pleted and the engineering force has
entered Its new and perfectly equipped
offices. The same building con
tains the mine offices. The concrete
foundation for the miners' change
room near No. 4 shaft, also has been
finished and the new hospital build
ing is well along in course of con
struction. Two churn drills are being operated
on the property and two diamond
drills are being used in the sinking of
a perpendicular hole from the lowest
level of the mine. Another 600 horse
power boiler (the fourth) has been fin
ished at the power plant and is now
The production for October reached
2,789,000 pounds of copper, the amount
of ore mined was 95,439 tons.
Cole Development Activity.
The Cole Development company's
present activity Is one of the most
potent indices of the recu rence of
mining activity of the western, the
oldest portion of the Globe-Miami
Under the new arrangement de
velopment work will be continued at
an accelerated rate and the ore al
ready developed wfll be extracted as
rapidly as possible. Ore shipments
will begin at once.
The property Is marked on the
United States Geological survey maps
as the Cole and Goodwin mine. The
group Includes 17 claims on the faulted
zone where the ore occurs and has a
length of 6000 feet along the faulted
The present improvements consist
of a 400 foot inclined shaft. 22 horse
power gasoline hoist, heavy head
frame, skips, cars, tools, etc
From the creek level below the shaft
a 480 foot crosscut tunnel is now with
in 150 feet of the fault. The property
lies about three miles east of Gibson,
or 15 miles west of Miami.
Three Drill Rica-
The Southwestern ,Miaml Develop
ment -company has three Star drill rigs
in operation on its property.
Hole No. 7, now 1391 feet deep, and
bottomed in schist, will be finished in
the near future.
Hole No. 9, which Is located on the
recently acquired Prospectors' group,
is 395 feet deep, and is still in schist.
It is expected by the Southwestern
management that this hole will en
counter ore at a depth of approxi
mately 750 feet.
Hole No. 10 is now 102 feet deep, and
is also in schist.
The assessment on the Prospectors
portion of the Southwestern Miami de
velopment company, is nearing com
pletion under the charge of the origi
nal owners of the property, although
the expense is being borne by the
company this being according to the
stipulation of the contract of sale
Black Warrior Shipments.
At the Black Warrior leasers Fiske
and Sneli are shipping daily to the
Old Dominion smelter about 60 tons
of six to seven percent ore. All parts
of the mine are being worked and
about 50 men are employed at the ex
traction of the ore.
Developing Idaho Group.
Lyman Wood, of Globe, and his as-
y1 - -"'r2j3LX
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INSPECTION MADE OF
MINES AT VELARDENA
Chihuahua, Mex., Dec 4. After an i
inspection of their large veiaraena
mine in the Santa Kulalla district,
which they had leased to the American
Smelting and Refining company. G N
Howell, C A. Higby and Louis Nash,
all eastern capitalists, .nave left this
olty for their homes in the United
States. According to one of the party
there is sufficient ore In sight on the
Velardena property to last for three
years, extracting at the rate of 3000
tons per month.
Charles Qualey, general manager of
the Yoquive Development company,
who is now in the eastern section of
ithe United States, is expected to ar-
rrive here some time the latter part of
December. Mr. Qualey lett this city
in August on a. business and vacation
PLEASBD WITH OUTPUT
OF THE BOSSEV MINE
"The Bonney Mine." says manager O.
Rvbeek. who Is In town with a carload
of rich ore, "is one of the most promts- I
lncr nronertles in the Lordsbursr dis
trict. I am shipping two carloads of
ore to the El Paso smelter each week,
which runs nearly $60 per ton in cop
per, silver and gold. In the southwest
drift we have Just encountered a large
body of high grade ore and have been
doing development work on it. After
the first of the next year we will sink
a new shaft 100 feet deep. After a hard
fight for it, I have got the Southern
Pacific railroad company to erect a big
ore platform on their track and this
will have a tendency to divert the ship
ments of ore to El Paso Instead of to
Douglas. We are all to ing to send our
ores to El Paso for smelter treatment
and all Lordsburg is pulling for El Paso
which we regard as the big mining cen
ter of the southwest."
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