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EL PASO HERALD
Saturrlav, Januarv 4, 1913
10 HIS MINE
WORKING 3D ME
Successful Men Acquire tlie
United Verde Extension
ProjKity in Arizona.
J. W TniRCs is working SO man In
the O .i f'.vis mines, in Yavapai coun
tv. n( " , nator. Ariz., and Is taking
:mt shi:.;.ine ore.
A re), treak of ore has been struck
l.v Gi ''-' H.-irtman and George Har
rauer ' Prfcott. in 'the Fourth of
July ; if. situafed a mile from Bob-
tt - . h on. 1-ynx creek. The ore
- sail to run as high as $104 silver
In 1 t enczia mine, Yavapai coun
1". A:., opf rated by J. B. Tomlinson,
rf El Ii.', and associates, connection
j-j beis made between th tunnel and
;'f ?rsr lr-vcl in the shaft, and a wing
that s sinkinc shows a splendid ore
treaV. gradually widening. Ore was
r-eent,'' nrountered in this mine run
i mg - to 1". ounces gold a ton. which
heij'-' aokd for shipment. Besides
This, -r is a big streak of milling
ov eNi'Osf.l throughout the entire
T . S. Hall Again Operating.
The l". S. mine in Copper basin Is
operating and W"'H ship a car of 16ad
;:inc or, found in new working. Twenty-five
year ago it produced much
3-gh grade lead silver ore.
In tie Fortune mine in Upper Big
Tiug district. Ariz., the tunnel has pene
trated a tontinuous ore shoot for 60
Iave Morgan has recently struck a
four-foot pay streak running $0 a
ton in his mine in Castle creek, at a
depth of 40 feet in the shaft
It is stated that the Kagaaa com
pany drilled a hole on one
Mesa claims in the Eureka district
Yavapai county, to a depth of 400
feet,' passing through the 'deposit of
copper ore which at this point is 70
The syndicate that has taken over
the United Verde extension property
in the Jrrome mining district, Yava
Tai county. Ariz., is composed of James
Iouglas at the head, for many years
connect., 1 with Phelps, Dodge & co'i
lany; Chester A. Congdon, George B.
Tenor iii.d James Hoatson, director of
r'alumet i; Arizona: John D. Ryan, pres
ident of the Amalgamated Coppercom
; iny; Henry Hoveland, former presi
dent of the Live Oak Development
company; George Kingdon. general
superintendent of Old Dominion com
pany, and Arthur James, a director of
Thelps, Dodge & company. This strong
syndicate has also taken over the
Jerome-Verde Copper mine, under op
tion. The new company will, it is report
ed, develon certain spots in the old,
workings before deciding where it will
do its decisive work. From the start
Jt will put as many men at work as
can be handled to advantage.
With the three old companies Je
rome Oil company, Tempe-Verde com
pany and the Camp Verde company
working, and with other companies
Rith machinery on the ground and on
the waj'. the outlook for the district
is most promising. At the Cleopatra
mine development on the recent strlkfc
i ontinues and ore is being mined from
the "hip stope north of Hull tunnel.
Progress is being made unwatering
the Hayne mine. Development is con
tinuing from the 1;400 foot level of
the Arkansas and Arizona.
It is reported that H. ,C Smith, said
to represent the Utata"Coper company
of Salt Lake Gity, , htur keen In the
ratagonia district. ArU., examining 45
mining hums belonging to Ramedale,
ing between Harsr.aw and Duquesne.
T ,o Ramsdale holding is a large low
grade porphyry cc-pper or steam shovel
proposition. Fine cars of lumber and
mining timbers arrived last week at
Patagonia, and soon a carload of tim
ber a day will be used there.
PIONEER ARIZONA MINBR. DIES.
Kingman, Ani. Jan. 4. James F.
Carter, one -of the pioneer raining
men of Mohave county, died last week
at his home in Kingman. He dlscov
ired the well-knowu Carter mines, in
the Gold Road section, and was head
r.f the Carter 3old Mines cnmiuuiv.
'arter bad liTed In Mohave county I
nor, thsin 3 vmtc. I
I was Fat, Uncomfortable, Looked
Old, Felt Miserable, suffered with
Riiumatism. Asthma. Neuralgia. When
I worked or walked, I puffed like a
Forpoise. I took every advertised med
icine I could find. I Starved. Sweated,
Exercised, Doctored and changed cli
mate but I ruined my digestion, felt
J ike an invalid out steadily gained
weight There was not a single plan or
diug that I heard of that I did not try.
I failed to reduce my weight. I dropped
society, as 1 did not care to be the butt
of all the jokes. It was embarrassing
tj have my friends tell me 1 was get
ting Stout, as no one knew it better
SOMETHING HAD TO BE DONE
I began to study the cause of FAT.
When I discovered the cause I found
the remedy. The French Method gave
me an insight. I improved on that.
.Removed the objectional features, add
ed more pleasant ones, and then 1 tried
my plan on myself for a week. It
vecrked like Magic. I could have
SCREAMED "WITH JOY
at the end of the first week when the
scales told me I had lost ten pounds by
mv simple, easy, harmless, Drugless
Method. It was a pleasure then to con
tinue until l regained my normal sell in
tize. I feel fifteen years younger. I
look fifteen years younger. My Double
Chin has entirely disappeared. I can
walk or work now. I can climb a
mountain. I am normal in size. I can
vieigh just what I want to weigh. I
am master of my own body now. I
did not starve, but ate all I wanted to.
I did not take Sweat Baths. I did not
Drag. I used no Electricity, or harm
ful exercises, but I found the Simple,
Kane, Common Sense WAY of reducing
mv weight 'and I applied it I have
tried it on others. My Doctor says I
am a perfect picture of health now. I
am no longer ailing. I am now a hap
py health v woman. Now I am going
to help others to be happy. I have
written a book on the subject If you
are fat I want you to have it It will
tell vou all about my Harmless, Drug
less Method. To all who send me their
name and address I mail it FREE, as
long as the presenc supply lasts. It
will save you Money. Save you from
Harmful lrugs. Save you from Starva
tion Diets. Harmful Exercises, possibly
ave YOL'R LIFE. It Is yours for the
asking without a peilny. Just send
your name and address. A Postal Card
will do ana I'll be glad to send it so
that you can quickly learn how to re
duce yourself and be as happy as I
am. Write today as this advertise
ment may not appear again in this
t TTIE BIEL. 747 Barclay. Denver,
wSHMi -'ill -irt K
Prime Rib Roast,
POULTRY ALIVE AND HOME DRESSED.
213 N. Station St.
MANY ABE DOING-
Much Activity in ratagonia District,
and Regular Shipments Arc Made
by a XHraber of Mines
Patagonia. Ariz., Jan. 4. During the
Inst fftW dflVK ttlP BtlMkta ff P(DVnnlq
I bave been fllleo "With pack outfits of
miners starting out to do assessment
miners starting out to do assessment
Shipments from the Three R mine
continue steadily at the rate of about
110 tons per day.
The Blue Eagle, in Alui 3ulch.
is improving with depth, and another
carload of ore is ready for shipment.
The return for the first carload was
highly satisfactory. Crittenden & Sw
ing, on their lease about three miles
west of the Three R, are making good
headway and opening up very promis
Shipments from 'the Duquesne mine
are coming in regularly. Work on
the Chief is going ahead steadily, under
the management of W. H. "Worthing
ton. Who has also opened up an assay
office in town.
Dr. Hartmeyer. manager of the Bland
Mining company, is pushing develop
ment, with every indication of good
J., N. Kellogg, operating the Blue
Lead group, is driving two tunnels
and has a lot of high grade ore sacked
up. This has all come from a small
side vein and does not touch the main
Tom Fraser is In town from his
camp near the Alto, and reports steady
improvement and progress.
The oarap was visited by a heavy
wind, which demolished a great many
houses and tents in the vicinity.
The Mansfield company is increasing
its force of men and installing machin
ery, as well as rehabilitating the camp
generally, with the evident object of.
Henry White of Pasadena has estab
lished a. camp and taken a lease on a.
group of claims adjoining the Mans
field, and is taking in timber and sup
plies to sink a shaft and develop the
property along permanent lines.
Clark & Peterson, on the American
-ttoy group, are taxing out ore. regu-
larly and preparing for another ship-
jj,enV " l
Donald Miller, of Bisbee. is in eharce
of operations for the Conner Oueen. on
the Sheeny group, south of the World's
The Bradford has been taken over
by Kansas City interests and it is ex
pected that It will be opened up very
Jack Evans, who has a lease and
bond on the Little Johnnie group, about
a mile northwest of the Mansfield, has
filed articles of incorporation and de
velopment work on the property Is
being rapidly pushed.
RICH COPPER MINE
IN WICKENBURG FIELD
Phoenix, Ariz., Jan. 4. Offers for
the property of Andrew Kozik and
George Horst, on which Kozlk made a
sensational discovery a few months
ago, have been made by the Guggen
heim interests. Monarch Mining &
Smelting company and Swansea Con
solidated Gold & Copper company.
Kozik and Horst hold four claims
seven miles east of Wickenburg. For
many years they were held by Frank
Ryland. a pioneer miner of that dis
trict Ryland never did anything with
the property and when he died his
wife gave it up. Kozik then filed on
four claims for himself and his part
ner. While prospecting about the claims
Kozik shoveled some sand out of the
bottom ofl a wash and uncovered a
four-foot ledge running 12 per tent
copper and ?14 cold to the ton, right
on the surface. The formation is quartz
Only a 10-foot shaft has been put
down on this vein, but it, is all ore.
The vein has been traced a consider
There are five parallel veins on the
Kozik group and all carry values. There
is also one cross vein that runs $18
gold to the ton.
This group is a mile and a half
southwest of the Monarch mine, and
the Monarch people are anxious to get
hold of the property to supply fluxing
ore for their new smelter. The Swan
sea company wants to ship the ore to
the Swansea ameitot- fm. n.. t?
I ly James Kruttschnitt. of the Guggen-
j i ' i i .i over -k-oziks holdings
and made him a tentative offer.
NEW COMPANY WILL
E. W. Wayne Return from Xcw York.
AVhcre He Put Through Dig Denl
Affecting Mogollon Pronertien
Mogollon, X. M, Jan. 4. a. a. Wavne J
tmiivu nuiu new iorK alter put
ting through one of the biggest mining
deals in the mining annals of New
Mexico. Through his efforts a new
company was recently organized which
took over the Ernestine and Maud min
ing companies of Mogollon and will
operate both properties on a much
larger scale than before. The Ernestine
company Is the largest gold producer
in New Mexico and has been a divi
dend payer for several years. Re
cently the motive power has been
changed from fuel burning to inter
nal oil combustion engines, and the
capacity of the mill increased.
The new company will proceed at
once to further develop the Maud ana
to increase the operations on the Er
nestine mines and increase the capa
city of the mill plant
The newly organized company is
composed of conservative eastern capi
talists. Mr. Wayne will be general
manager of the new company, with
headquarters at Mogollon.
USE ALLEN'S FGOTEASE,'v
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Misters, sore and canons roots. Just the tMne fcr
Dmctog Partief .Patent leather ffloe mI for
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dOTTeryof tteage. Trylttoay. Sold everywhere,
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package, address ADena Olmsted,! Roy, N. Y.
s-apPKtWaj-MBaaa ' nai''M
High grade meats right
Fresh Pig Hams,
Fresh Pig Shoulders,
per lb I...
per lb ."
Home Made Sausage,
Bell Phone 136
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10 BIGGEST OIL WELLS, II
YIELD 210.000 BARRELS DAILY
Monterey, Mex, Jan. 4. In all ,the
world there is no greater manifesta
tion of nature's wealth-producing
power than exists in the remote set
tlement of Juan Casiano, in the state
of Veracruz, in the east coast region
of Mexico. This marvel of modern
times is an oil' well that for 843 days
has been producing at the rate oi
l $1 worth of oil every four seconds.
Aladdin with his lamp never wrought
a greater wonder In the creating of
riches by magical means than was
accomplished at Juan Casiano on
September 1, 1910, when a crew of
American well drillers punctured a
subterranean reservoir of crude petro
leum. Since that May the well has
been flowing without interruption with
its gate valve three-fourths closed. Its
production up to this time totals ap
proximately 20,000,000 barrels, valued
Will Flow 100,000 Barrels Dally
What the aggregate of the well's
flow would have been had the mouth
of the S-lnch pipe been permitted to
remain wide open is largely conjec
tural. It is conservately estimated,
however, that the well's capacity Is in
excess of 10.0,000 barrels per day. As
an evidence of the scope and strength
of the pressure that is back of the
oil flow, the fact is cited that when
the well was first brought in the
gatd' valve was adjusted to a pres-sure-of
290 pounds to the square inch
and that this pressure has not varied
a fraction of an ounce since then.
This is proof, it is stated, that the
pressure behind the oil flow is still
as great as it was when the strike was
'g oil a ell in the world ever made
sucira won.-ui record oi production
and gave evidence of such long life
as this one in the Juan Casiano field.
ot a Phenomenal Well
It Ms not regarded as a phenomena.
ORO MINE IS BEING
New Owner Hn Made Second Shipment
to the El Paso Smelter Good
Body of Ore Opened
"Oro Blanco looks good to me and
the more I see of it the better I like
it" says George B. Williams of Ro
chester and Geneva, N. Y., owner of
the Oro mine. Since the change in
ownership of the Oro mine, about a
year ago extensive developments have
been made by Mr. Williams.. Some 3,000
feet of drifts and stopes have been un
watered which were filled with sur
face water during the period of idleness.-
THo main shaft has been re
timbered tv the bottom and drifting
and cross-cutting have been com
menced at several points orf the vari
ous levels and from the bottom of the
shaft, the latter being 340 feet in depth
and the deepest in the district
At the 150-foot level a crosscut from
the south drift has opened a fine body
of ore. The breast shows five feet of
sulphide, which runs from $10 to $12
gold per ton.
A crosscut from the north drift on
the same level will, it is expected, open
ore within 20 feet The drifts Snd
crosscuts started from the bottom of
the shaft will open the several veins
at a depth of from 340 feet to 400 feet
of stoplng ground.
Several veins were prospected from
the surface by the previous owner to
depths of from 50 to 150 feet From
one of these, the Julia, bullion to the
amount of $30,000 was sent by the
superintendent to the Denver mint
This amount represented the free gold
caught on the plates of the milL Con
siderable concentrates of a fair grade
were shipped, to the smelter at Pueblo,
On the Julia two ore shoots were
opened which at the 100-foot level were
from 8 to 20 feet wide and about 200
feet In length. It was from these that
a large part of the bullion was de
rived.,. The values ran from $8 to $25
gold per ton.
The oro at the 150-foot level is be
low the zone of oxidization and only
sulphide ore is found in developing at
this point At the breast of tha
"mill tunnel," 580 feet from the mouth
and 400 feet from the Julia shaft, a
good body of mining ore has been
Mr. Williams has just shipped 40
tons of concentrates to the smelter at
El Paso, which is his second shipment
TO SHIP TO EL PASO
FROM SINALOA MINE
Guaymas, Son.. Mex., Jan. 4. George
Benton of Los Angeles has returned
to his mine at Cosala, about 60 miles
southeast of Culiacan, Slnaloa. Mr.
Benton's property consists of a group
of about 75 mines, but no ore-has been
shipped for the last two or three years
on account of the disturbances exist
ing in the country. He is Interested
with the well-known mining man,
George Mitchel, and they are now go
ing to begin active operations. The
mines carry copper, gold and silver.
They formerly shipped to Tacoma, but
it is now the intention of Mr. Benton
to ship ore to the smelter at El Paso.
Thus far about $200,000 has been spent
in development work. Further explor
ation work Willi be carried on with
the ultimate view of erecting a smelter
on the property for the treatment or
KAY COXSOLIDATBD GIVES
ITS E3IPI.OYBS GOLD PIECES
Ray. AriE Jan. 4. Tho Ray Con
solidated Copper company distributed
S4.00H in gold among its local employes
for Christmas. o ut S7,M)0 was dis
tributed at Ha d-n. K.i n emplo: e
w.-.rkinir the day ., fi' Chi .stmas ,3
pr. sont. d with a $-' Oj guld piece.
Now is the time to get up your porch curtains. Keep
out the wind and snow. Let us measure your porch
and fit it- up with ROLLER DROP CURTAINS
made of good heavy duck. Cosj; about one-half as
much as the fiber curtains and lasts four times as
El Paso Tent &. Awning Co.
H. J. COLLINS, Mgr.
312 S. El Paso St.
Wide Duck fqr Sale by the Yard, Bolt or Bale.
In the oil Industry for the reason that
in that same coast region there is
another well situated In the Potrerb
del Llano field which has a proved ca
pacity of 110,000 barrels per day, but
owing to the lack of facilities for
storing and piping its output, the mon
ster is at present harnessed and only
a few thousand barrels per day are
permitted to escape from the hole.
Another remarkable feature of this
well is that its oil has a gravity of
22 degrees Baume. which places it in
the light crude, or higher grade class,
while most of the other oil in the Gulf
coast territory of Mexico is only 12 to
14 degrees gravity.
Already there are in steel tank stor-
j a,ge from this well more than 7,000,000
barrels or on. xnis enormous quan
tity is in addition to the daily quan
tity of fluid that Is marketed.
Holding the Excess Flow
In order to provide for the excess
flow above the supply required to meet
the present daily sales, the company
has been building steel storage tanks
at the rate of two per week, eaci
tank having a capacity of 65,000 bar
rels. There are at this time more than
30 of these tanks located near Tam
pic'o. 67 miles from the well: 60 tanks
at Tankville, about three miles south
of Tampico, and many others at San
Geronimo. on the borders of Lake Ta
miahua, 50 miles south of Tampico.
Running from Juan Casiano to .Tam
pico are two 8-inch pipe lines which
haVe an 'aggregate capacity of 60,000
barrels per day. Besides the more
than 7,000,000 barrels of steel tank
storage capacity, the company has two
earthern reservoirs filled with oil ag
gregating more than 1,000.000 barrels.
Besides the "Casiano No. 7" well
the fiuasteca, Petroleum company
owns several other large producing
wells in the same field, one of them
having a dally output of 14,000 bar
rels. APACHE BOX MINE
AGAIN ON MARKET
Is Xow Held at $250.000 Rich Strikes
in Steeple Rock District Many
v Claims Bought
Clifton. Ariz., Jan. 4. The Apacho
Box gold mine of the Steeple Rock
mining district of New Mexico, it is
said, is again on the market Several
months ago a deal was entered Into
between the present owners and west
ern capitalists for the purchase of the
property, but the purchasers defaulted
on the second payment and the title
reverted to the original owners, among
whom is John A. Campbell of Yuma
and Long Beach. The purcnase price
in the first deal was $200,000. Another
deal js now pending wnlch is likely to
be concluded. The property is now
being held at $250,000.
Frasler brothers and several others
have mad rich strikes in the Steeple
Rock district lately and other mining
men are buying claims there
A telegram received from Doll M.
Potter in Lds Angeles announces the
Sierra de Oro company has secured a
patent to its property in this district
after a contest which has been pend
ing for a number of years.
NEW POWER PLANT
FOR COPPER REEF CO.
Globe, Ariz., Jan. 4. A report is in
circulation that the Copper Reef Mining
company will soon build a new power
plant and an angle Iron copper trans
mission line from San Carlos to the
mine, a distance of about 12 miles.
Surveys are being made for an aerial
tramway on the claims. Because of
the lay of the land such a tramway can
be used to great advantage.
An engine and pump are to be in
stalled in Hawk canyon to pump water
to the mine, half a mile distant A
road is also to be built from the can
yon to the Copper Reef.
A new hoist is being installed and
the engines are being overhauled.
50c MERCHANTS' LUXCID30X
Served .from 12 to 2 p. m.
Truly running center chocolates, SOc
pound. Elite Confectionery.
PHOEXIX HAS 240S SCHOOL riTPJlLS.
Phoenix, Ariz., Jan. 4. According to
the last monthly report of the super
intendent, there are 2489 children en
rolled in the Fhoenix schools and 2182,
or 95 percent, are in daily attendance.
Do its Duty
Nina timej in len when he urer ii right &9
stomach sod bowel are right.
gcbuVdiA firmlv cam-J
Headache, and Dietreu after Eating.
Small Pill. Small Dote. Small Price
Genuine nmstbcai Signature
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WHiN ES PH.L.
MESA MEN TO WORK
Los Angeles Syndicate Has Bonded the
Flak and Richardson Group on
Mesa, Ariz., Jan. 4. CoL Fred Bow
ler and associates have taken a bond
on the property of the Tellurium Min-
; mg company. In the Mazatzal range.
aorcneast oi .Mesa, it is saia mat me
bond is for $100,000.
There are 14 claims in theTellurium
group and there is a good showing
of gold, silver and lead ore. If a re-
?xamination and sampling confirms
he result of the first examination,
systematic development work wiL be
commenced at once. Already $50,000
has been raised for this purpose. Tho
principal stockholders of t.'ie Tellurium
company are Dr. A. J. Chandler and
other residents of Mesa.
C. N. Sears has bonded the H. H. Bow
man quicksilver property in the same
district. Active development work
must commence within SO days. Ten
months is the life of the bond. Quick
silver is found in several parts of the
Mazatzal range. On the Bowman prop
erty there are bands and seams of
quartz carrying quicksilver, extending
through the schist This area is 1.000
feet wide and 5,000 feet long. The
formations and conditions indicate a
large cinnabar deposit
A Los Angeles syndicate has bonded
the Fiske & Richardson group, near
the old Rackensack mine, 50 miles
north of Phoenix, on Camp creek. The
property has a small mill and the
workings have produced some very
good ore. By tunneling it is possible
to get 600 or 700 feet under the apex.
It is said that the bondholders will
soon begin development
Last week the Red RoTer mine, 6
miles north of Phoenix, shipped an
other carload of high grade ore to one
of the Douglas smelters. The ore was
extracted from a raise being made
from the third level. Another force
of men has been sent out from Phoenix
to begin sinking a new shaft
CoL George M. Yeakel fs installing
some new machinery at ms silver-copper
property, near Payson.
NEW MILL FOR THE
Wickenburg, Ariz., Jan. 4. Within
a month the new mill being erected
at the big Blue mine will be turning
out concentrates. Several hundred
tons of high grade ore) are on the dump
awaiting the completion or the con
centrator. Splendid ore has been opened on the
300-foot level of the main shaft, and
a drift is being run from that point
A raise will be made from the drift
to the surface, thus starting a new
and larger working 'shaft from which
the ore can be delivered to the milL
ProsDects are iroid for an earlv re-
1 sumption of work at the Interior Min
ing & Trust company s property. I. A.
Twltchell. of Pittsburg, president of
the company, Is now maKlng an exam
ination. Regular shipments of concentrates
from the Vulture mill are being made
through Wickenburg. Good ore' is be
ing uncovered steadily.
At the Cunningham Pass mine, near
Salome, the shaft has been retimbered
down to 400 feet Within a few days
the wate? will be out of ihat level
and a force will be put to work drift
ing on- the ore.
MacDonald & Rutherford have taken
a bond and lease on the old Socorro
mine. Soon they will be taking rfut
ore and tunning It through the small
mill on the property.
A good showing of ore has just been
opened on George H. Ward's Gold Cross
group. Five tons of ore were recently
shipped from the Gold Cross and the
net returns were $1,500. Sinking will
be started on the vein soon.
Dick Wick Hall of Los Angeles will
soon start work on his claims, near
Joe Fuller has been running a little
mill on the Finance group with good
results, since September L The ore
runs aoout a ton.
RICH STRIKES MADE
IN MINE NEAR YUMA
Yuma. Ariz., Jan. . McEntree broth
ers of Salome have made a big strike
in their mine near Salome. At a depth
of 175 feet they have encountered a
vein running 200 ounces of silver per
ton. The new ledge is 20 inches wide
and is wfdening with increased depth.
About 14 miles south of Yuma Christ
Taeger of El Paso is reported to have
struck a vein of very rich gold ore.
The property is in tho same district
as the famous Fortuna mine. In some
low mountains in the desert.
EI. PASO MAX ACTIVE IX
PECOS YAtliEY FIELD
C. R. Troxel of El Paso has gone to
Pecos Valley points on business con
nected with the projected development
of the oil ?elds around Dayton, Lake
wood and Artesla. Mr. Troxel has
been working for a long time to In
duce outside capital to come Into tho
field and undertake Its thorough' de
velopment. He lately returned from California,
where he had been in conference with
prominent oil capitalists. The Cali
fornia Oil World of Bakers ?eld. Cat.
prints the following reference to the
"C R. Troxel of El Paso. Texas, who
has just been in California is one of
the men seeking to develop an oil
?eld in western Texas, southeastern
New Mexico and the eastern part of
the state of Chihuahua. Mex. Years
ago Mr. Troxel's attention was first
drawn to the oil prospects south of
Ojinaga, the little town just across the
international line from Presidio del
Norte, Texas. Through Mr. Troxel,
William R. Hearst and James R. Keene
were induced to go after oil here and
they worked for several years, getting
oil but in what quantities it is impos
sible to say with certainty. Indica
tions were that they had commercial
amounts, but they closed down all
operations because the field is nearly
100 miles from a railroad. Mr. Troxel
has interested himself both around
Toyan, Texas, and in the Pecos Val'.cv
or isew Mexico, In both of which pi ,
prospecting is actively under wn H
thinks there is a great future for t-.-se '
w ! we m
Yfis I Cure Failures. 7
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People Who Have Failed In
In Every Way
If you are a failure because of sickness,
nervous exhaustion; if your mind is,
clouded and you are not able to re
main in the race or have fallen behind
1 invite you to come and be.
man woman again. It may be that you have fallen into unskilled
hands, it makes little difference whether it was a general practitioner
or some Institute specialist, I invite you to come.
I have successfully treated chronic and special diseases for more than
" j "-"
I HAVE NO HIRED DRS. I TREA T NO ONE BY
MAIL WHO HAS NOT BEEN TO MY OFFICE.
I give from time to time statements from reliable people who have
been cured. I never refer to any private disease in these statements,
yet I treat more of this class than any man in the South.
' I cure without operation, loss of blood or detention from business stric
ture, varicocele, hydrocele, specific blood poison, weaknesses, kidney,
bladder, etc. In women I treat all uterine, ovarian conditions, leacorhoe,
backache, irregular menstruation, etc.
I cure nervous wrecks in women and men.
I treat eye, ear, nose, throat, stomach and other catarrhal conditions,
in fact, all chronic and private diseases of men, women and children.
You know that you are a sufferer. No matter wlat your trouble has
been named, whether it be right or not, you do not know the cause.
Come to me and let find the cause and I will make a contract to cure
you like the following.
A check like this rsill bciven under contract. Whenever $oa are
not satisfied, go to the bank nd gel your money back-
El Paso, Texas ..". .......191 .. No....
THE NATIONAL BANK
Pay to the order of --s? $
. . . -.r Dollars
Y. M. Milam.
No greater evidence of confidence or ability could be offered than
the above. Consultation Free.
Rooms 5 and 6, Coles Building.
CASTS TONIGHT! IF BILIOUS,
CONSTIPATED, HEADACHY Ai
Turn the rascals oat the headache,
biliousness, indigestion, constipation,
the sick, sour stomach and foul gases
turn them out tonight with Casca-
Millions of men and women take a
Cascaret now and then and never
know the misery caused by a lazy liver,
clogged bowels or an upset stomach.
Don't put in another day of distress
wake up refreshed and feel fine. Let
Casearets cleanse and sweeten your
stomach; remove the sour, undigested
MUCH ORE SHIPPED
FROM PINOS ALTOS
Ptnos Altos, N. M., Jan. 4. More ore
is being shipped from the Pinos Altos
camp. Grant county. N. M., than for
many years and the camp is becoming
lively. George R. Brown, of Silver
City, has secured a five-year lease on
the old Manhattan mining property,
consisting of a group of eight well
developed claims, adjoining the Gillett
mine on the north. The property is
owned by the Manhattan Gold Mining
company, composed of eastern people,
and was worked by them from 1SS7
to 1893, when work was suspended on
account of the rapidly increasing per
centage of zinc, which then command
ed a very low Drice. besides rendprlncr
j. the ore more complex for smelting.
i.1113 company naa its mill aoout s,
mile north of Sliver City, 'where It re
mained intact until a few years ago,
when it was sold and removed. The
claims are thoroughly ramified with
thousands of feet of shafts and tun
nels, the deepest shaft being 500 feet
deep and some of the tunnels naving a
length of 1,500 feet. The property was
formerly successfully operated by
judge I P. Demln under a lease
:. n tc surrendi to '.he Savannah
Copper company, which continued the
operation of the mine until the closing
down of the Comanche smelter. Ex
cepting for some desultory exploita
tion work by ai eastern company
about a year igj. ine property lias
since remained idle
The ore value in gold and silver
ranges from 1S to ?20 per t-n. In
adaition to this there is an abundance
of zinc ore running from 30 to 40 ner
GOOD COAL FIELD IS'
LOCATED IN ARIZONA
Prescott. Ariz., Jan. 4. Sixtctn resi
dents of Prescott have received pat
ents to coal land In' southern Navajo
county, which they filed on in 1909.
e--v." nun uvjia xou acres oar coal
land as good as any In the west.
One of the fortunate persons Is
George Merwin. who discovered the
Navajo coal fields m 1SSS wbile flee
ing from renegade Apaches. He
?.,pLln a.r?lne one n,sbt and.
with the inquisIUveness of the traced I
J'rfS.6 r0Ke crPPiS within
a rw feet of the jl.ice w , i lail
substance-was coal. The next O.iv to
continued hie flight - .... . ..!.
- ...,,,1 nil jiu u Jt return
to make more extensive obsrvat. "s '
"" " iiumoer or years Hc a'- ? j.
merous efforts to ilTlMff r.it.tl,;ts
m uis una. Dut war
x-rescoit friends ra
iv me govern
er coal lan in
since govern t-e
The new c-a
south of H."
by a rail-
tnan l pc
if sE- a. i.
ObW. tO CENT BOXES -ANY DRUG STORE &
rm also ss & so ceht boxes r-ff
fi t m TiW& B fSS
made a -' eu5S7. g
Over Union Clothing Co.
and fermenting food and that misery
making gas; take the excess bile from
your liver anr carry off tho decomposed
waste matter and constipation poison
from the bowels. Then you will feel
A Cascaret tonight -will straighten
you out by morning a 10-cent box
keeps your head clear, stomach, sweet
liver and bowels regular and you feel
cheerful and bully for months. Don't
forget the children their little inside.
need a good, gentle cleansing; too.
f Why Endure Pimples
If you wish a skin dear of
pimples, blackheads and
other annoying eruptions,
begin today die regHJar i?se
of Cuticora Soap assisted by
Cuticura Ointment. No
other method is so agreeable,
so often effective ana so eco
nomical. TREATMENT: Gsn&r
smear the affected parts with.
Cutrcura Ointment, on th
end of the finger, but do not
rub. Wash off die Cuticura
Ointment in five minutes
with Cuticura Soap and hot
water and continue bathing
for some minutes. This
treatment is best on rising
and retirine. At other times
use Cuticura Soap freely for
the toilet and bath, to aj
irritation and cloj
pores, the cor
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