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EL PASO HERALD
12 Wednesday, Jan. 29, 1913
Until recently, because of a population made
fromall over the universe, anything calling himself
Medical Institute or some'Mnd of Specialist could
drop in, advertise a bit, get money and drift on. A
few of that class are "hangers on" and from their
statements would make you believe that they actually
owned this part of the world by priority. In law, I
understand, this applies to realty only, or possibly
to some fellow's wife or cow, which in Texas is also
I lived in this city ten years ago, did business
here just like I am today, had a successful business,
cured people just like I am doing today. Have friends
some of whom are among the very highest type of
financiers and representative citizens who have been
my friends all these years. For personal reasons I
moved to Fort "Worth, where I have been identified
with everything demanded of a public man; where I
have practically reared a family, and where I have
friends by the thousand. I own a home there that if
it could be set in this city would be considered one of
the best, but that is impossible; own realty or homes
in other Texas cities as well as in other states that I
cannot bring here.
but E did bring here an honorable reputa
tion with a financial standing that I am
proud of and which is today filling my
office with the best people of this city
as patients;, i am proud of my past in
this great state.
I am proud of the fact that I have been one of
its builders and am glad that I did not have to come
here a bum, as some I know who could not live at
other places and who seem to, have forgotten the
fact, but who think thejr are landed lords and own
the country by priority.
I LIKE TO SEE A MAN" SUCCEED, but if he
must fall because of stronger competition there is
nothing left but to "drop a fitin'."
I came to you some months since announcing
that I had returned again to cast my lot with you;
brought statements from my banks, patients, friends
political, religious, business and financial. I have
shown my record to be clean since I left you and that
I have been doing the same high class work that I
did before and asked to be -considered for a portion
of your business in my line.
You have responded well to date and I have been
able to make more good and lasting friends, cure
more patients for the same time, as well as take more
for treatment than when here before or at any other
place. My statements of facts to you gave you con
fidence, your response gave me animated vigor and
I feel today that with my 24 years of experience, with
eveiything that a Specialist needs, I will cure more
people who have been botched oyer than at any time
in my life. The fact is few men have been to my
office here who have not been treated by some so-f
called specialist, who in many cases was ashamed of
his name, much less make a contract that would be
worth a peso in Mex.
In -conclusion I ask you to just consider who
makes the propositions to get you as a patient and
if his record warrants any jot all the things he says
he will do for you. Of course, if you are so far gone
physically that you have no sense of discrimination
then I am sorry for you and you need and should
apply for a guardian, because you will go to the great
est shouter of things, and will be left in the same con
dition that I have found dozens since I have returned
here whodid try the irresponsible to simply lose time
I Treat and Cure Chronic and Private
Diseases of Men and Women
Any time a promise is made to cure I will give
under contract a check like the following. I have
been doing this for years, and you know no man
could do it without he knew he possessed ability to
"deliver the goods.
El Paso, Texas. . ..
Pay to the order of
A check like this will be given under contract.
Whenever you are not satisfied, go to the bank and
get your money back.
No greater evidence of confidence or ability
could be offered than the above.
D 1 1 1 1 CoIes Building
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Y. 'M. Milam.
is WEiele Story
Wonderful Specific for Sci
atica, Lumbago, and a
Cure for Dreaded Ar
There is a host of pills, powders, tab
lets and -what-not for rheumatism, but
they all lack the first essential to being
a natural medicine. To begin with, rheu
matism is simply a name given to desig
nate a variety of pains, and can only ba
reached by Irrigating the entlresblood sup
ply with a naturally assimilative antf
dote. True, the pains may be eased with
narcotics or tho acids may be neutralized
for the time being with other acids. But
these merely temporizo and do not even
lead to a cure. There is but one stand
ard rheumatism remedy, and It reflects:
the best thought of the day. It is pre
pared in the great Swift Laboratory in
Atlanta, Ga., and sold in all drug stores
under the name of S. S. S. at $1.00 a
Starvation has been advocated by many
as a cure for rheumatism, and yet S. S. S
accomplishes in fact what faddists pro
claim in theory and without the punish
ment of starvation. Hot springs and
sweating are often recommended but
S. S. S. does all that is expected of theso
expensive and weakening methods.
It is conceded by the closest students
of the subject that rheumatism is caused
in most cases by an acid condition of tho
blood and aggravated by the remedies
commonly used for relief. In other casea
rheumatism is the result of nerve depres
sion; In still others it Is the effect of
some scrofulous blood condition, having
been treated with mercury, iodides, arse
nic and other poisonous mineral drugs.
The recoveries of all these types of
rheumatism by the use of S. S. S. Is a
wonderful tribute to the natural efficacy
of this remarkable medicine, for It is as
similated just as naturally, just as spe
cifically, and jut as well ordained as the
most acceptable, most palatable and most
readily digested food. Do not fall ta
get a bottle of S. S. S. to-day. Tou will
be astonished -at the results. If your
rheumatism is of such a nature that you
would like o consult a great specialist
confidentially, write to The Swift Specific
Co., 127 Swift Bldg., Atlanta, Ga.
TOMACH SOUR? GOT
'Pape's JDiapepsin" makes
upset stomachs feel fine
in five minutes.
If what you just ate is souring on
rour stomach or lies like a lump of lead,
refusing to digest, or you belch gas and
eructate sour, undigested food, or have
a feeling of dizziness, heartburp, full
ness, nausea, bad taste in mouth and
stomach headache this is indigestion.
A full case of Pape's Diapepsln. costs
only fifty cents"- and will thoroughly
v cure your out-or-oraer stomacn ana
leave sufficient about the house in case
some one else in the family may suf
fer from stomach trouble or indiges
tion. Ask your pharmacist to show you the
formula plainly printed on these fifty
cent cases, then you will understand
why dyspeptic trouble of all kinds' must
rr and Txrhv hpv imnallv lliv KOlir.
out-of-order stomachs or indigestion in
five minutes. Diapepsln is harmless
and tastes like candy, though each dose
contains power sufficient to digest and
prepare for assimilation into the blood
all the food you eat; besides, it makes
you go to the table with a healthy ap
petite; but, what will please you most,
is that you will feel that your stomach
and Intestines are clean and fresh, and
you will not need to resort to laxatives
or liver pills for biliousness or consti
pation. This city will have many Diapepsin
cranks, as some people will call them,
but you will be cranky about this splen
did stomach preparation, too, if you
ever "try a little for indigestion or gas
tritis or any other stomach misery.
Get some now, this minute, and for
ever rid yourself of stomach trouble
and Indigestion. Advertisement.
MIAMI ORE BODY MAY
BE DOUBLED IN SIZE
J. Park Chnnninjr Says It Goes to Much
Greater Depth Thau Had Been
Supposed by Officials.
Miami, Arizz., Jan. 29 J. Park Chan
nlng, consulting engineer and vice
president of the Miami Copper company,
42 Broadway, New Tork, 'now In Miami
has written an article for the Engi
neering and Mining Journal, in which
he savs that the indications are that
the ore of the Miami company will go
to a much greater depth than was ex
pected He bases his estimates upon
eight recent diamond drill holes, show
ing that the ore body extends in places
from 100 to 200 feet below the former
developed ore zone and in sections the
bottom has not even been reached.
Other experts now figure that this
mn .. jn..Mini. nf thn zrre&t ore
J body of the Miami raine.
Concrete Mixers lieceiveu.
Three concrete mixers have been re
ceived and unloaded at the Inspiration
Consolidated Copper company's ware
house in Lower Miami, for the use of
the foundation work for the new con
centrator. Just received a carload or add sash
End doors. Lander Lumber Co.
lui'ru rT ncr TTTTTTjn TOPS
WINTON 2i in. ADRIAN 6. in.
15c.. 2 for 25c. Clnctt. Peabody & Co.
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Work Is Eesumed in Henri
etta; Calumet & Arizona
Cananea, SDn., Mex, Jan. 25. The
Cananea Consolidated Copper company is
now doing more actual 'lining and de
velopment work at its various properties
than it has done for years. About the
most important work being done at the
present time is the sinking of a new
shaxt at the Capote mine. This work
has been under way for some time and
the shaft has now reached a depth of
oOO feet, bein" connected at every level
with the old shaft, a short distance
away. The latest reports are to the
effect that on the 700 foot level the drift
has been run to the new shaft and the
shaft is now being raised from that level.
The shaft will go down to the 1000 foot
level before sinking is stonped. On the
surface at the new shaft bins have been
j installed, belt conveyor completed and
ctcijfium iJiuueu in reauiuesa lur me
operation of the new shaft when com
pleted. The ore body at the Capote is
considered bv many to be the richest
as well as largest in the camp.
Tunnel 13, of the Henrietta mine, lo
cated towards Puertecitos from the Hen
rietta shaft proper, has been cut about
165 feet into the hill -where a carbonate
ore body has been encountered. As to
the importance of the find, nothing can
be said at present, as the tunnel has
only recently encountered the ore. ;
Work Resumed in Henrietta.
Actual mining has been resumed ' in
the Henrietta mine after having been
discontinued for a number of months,
during which time only development
work 'was done. The mining operations
are beingconductejl on the 400 foot level.
An important bit of work was recently
completed at Puertecitos. Tunnel No.
31 has been driven completely through
the hill or mountain, being "holed" .re
cently. The tunnel is a little over 1500
feet in length. This tunnel is to be
used for a motor line whieh -.vill carry
the ores from the Elenita mine when
operations are again under way at the
latter propertv of the company, to the
bins at Puertecitos. The motor line is to
run on the surface between the portals
of tunnel 31 from Puertecitos and Ele
nita. No. 1.
.t- drift is being run to connect shafts
4 and 5 at Puertc itos which will soon
be completed. Shaft 4 has already been
connected with tunnel 14 by means of a
raise of 100 feet, and exploration work is
beinp done in that working in an en
deavor to ascertain the extent of the ore
body which is at present being mined
from tunnel 14. The majority of the
ores mined at Puertecitos comes out of
the ore body reached by tunnel 14,
which is the lowest tunnel at that por
tion of the camp. "Work has been re
sumed in the breast of tunnel 14 and
it will be continued clear through the
mountain. Puertecitos promises to fur
nish a goodly portion of the ores for the
smelter in the future.
Work Outside of the District.
The company has been doing .some
work- outside of the heart ofj the district
for the oast five months or so. Some
time ago a contract was let for some
work on its Chioewa denouncement, lo
cated about 12 miles southeast of the
city, and a tunnel was driven a distance
of 300 feet. Later a raise was made to
the surface at the end of the tunnel, and
-the results brought by this work were
so encouraging that the raise was made
a shaft and sunk until at present it is
down to a depth of about 150 feet or
more. Except the first 100 feet df the
tunnel, most of the work was done in a
leached caound containing considerable
iron. Native gold and silver have been
encountered in this leached material and
the conditions warrant the belief that
with greater depth copper will be found.
Calumet and Sonora.
About two miles northwest of Cananea
is locaW liie main shaft of the Calumet
and Sonora of Cananea Mining com
pany, S. A., which has been making con
siderable headway, both in development
and in improvements to the equipment.
Ever since the reorganization of the
company in June of 19l2, the company
has been following a line of work which,
included the making of many improve
ments and developing the property. At
the time the company .was reorganized
it was decided to electrify the entire
plant because of the high cost of steam
as poWer. The instalation of a new air
compressor, electric pump, double-drum
electric hoist, picking belt and crusher,
etc., was decidpd upon, besides to pur
sue a system of development work dur
ing the interim awaiting the arrival of
the new machinery. Now most of this
new equipment has been received and in
stalled, and as soon as everything is in
readiness operations will be conducted
on a much larger scale than at the pres
in development work, crosscut No. 10,
on the 300 foot level, was started, it being-
the intention to get out under the
iJ ?urfa outcropping, Avhich is about
100 feet from the shaft. This work has
proceeded with very satisfactory results,
lne shaft was sunk to the 525 foot
level, retimbered; the new electric hoist
installed and is now raising ore in the
two-compartment shaft. New chutes
have been put in on the lower level to
replace the old ones and the mine has
been, put in excellent shape so as to per-
th ilfP3t,,1S n a mUch larKerscale
Hew 60 Foot Gallows Erected.
A new 60 foot gallows frame has been
erected at the mine and two large ore
bins installed, of 420 and 210 tons ca
pacity respectively. These bins will soon
be connected with each other by means
of a belt conveyor, of the Bobbins type,
fk CJU8 installed at the collar ot
the shaft. The crusher arrived during
t ii i l weeK and IS now being in
stalled. Two large tanks have been in- '
stalled near tho-shaft which will serve as
reservoirs and to regulate a steady flow I
of watr to the mill. !
A new ore bin has also been installed .
at the wet mill, and is of 270 fnns pa- '
pacity. Ifce mill has been completely
v.cjiiauieu ana remodeled. Two hydrau
lic classifiers have been added to the
emiinnumf MnnA:. ' .i.:i. :
U6e heretofore. The mill was again
placed in operation, after being idle for
several months, on January 13. J
Tile DTODertv is llnflrrr ihn Tnnnnrrnmani-
of Dr. Walter Harvey Weed, and the
work is under the superintendency of
". H. Tangye, assisted by A. W. Sans
burn and J. R. Baile. As soon as all the
equipment has been installed, which will
be verv soon, the compay will be oper
ating the property on a paying basis, in
fact, the management has cverv confi
dence to that effect.
Del Pilar Becomes Steady Producer.
Del Pilar, which is considered the most
important pronertv in the Santa Cnir
neighborhood, about 35 miles northwest
of Cananea, is steadilv becoming more
of n Tro hicer as weeks go bv. 1'iider the I
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REYEUT TO OI1SOLKTE GRAND
JURY TO SECURE IXDICTMEXT.
Tucson, Ariz., Jan. 29. Reverting to
the old form of criminal procedure as
practised -when Arizona was a terri
tory, a grand jury met and indicted
Stephem LaForte, confessed slayer of
"Walter Taylor, a ranchman, on a charge
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Tucson, Ariz., Jan. 29. John W.
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