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EL PASO HERALD
-Wednesday, March 5, 1913
Don't Let Catarrh
Best of You
If you have catarrh and are neglecting it you are doing a
great wrong to yourself. In time, it will undermine your
whole constitution. You cannot begin too soon the work of
shaking it ofF. Doesn't require any great effort. Begin today.
"XFedi&eaNew Discovery as a constitutional remedy.
sgj3S2E jg Why the "Golden Medical Discovery' 'eradicates catarrhal
te-ys8froafStro affections, or the stomach, bowels, bladder and other nelvic
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would set better far a hale
wMlcthen I ndd go down
vtth chrome fpftfnmatioa all
Umxish cio. For bumSmq
tcbix I bad Has poison in tar
Mood- After trTWff Desrtr
wnvtinficXsot wuxse. Iread
in Tne PeoDle'a Common Sessa
XMicalAdneer of Dr. Pierce's
Golden xiechcal Discovery and
iha4enSel?Gtidene& dealers in tablet form as well. A trial box sent
f&Sl'aSfhlS? SrffiSl Address Dr. Pierce's Invalids Hotel, Buffalo,
bottles of Dr. Sage Catarrh
fiemedy. I nn now aWe to do
ray work and wa& vita pleas
ere. 1 feel like a new aromas.
1 enjoy evtui Unas around s
anatasBK uoa za? lerasz roo
gn to &na sese
This, reader, applies to you. It
means I am here hintinsr at a mar
velous paw ar or force which you can
easjlv avail yourself of and -which,
irisrht mean for you all the differ
ence between future years of health,
sircnpth and bubMing- spirits, or fu
ture years of ill-health and debility.
I case use the free coupon below.
In speaking- to you of this great
mysterious power I care not what
vuur years may be, whether you are
1 oun& middle-aged or elderly: I
carnot what In the past may have
caused your loss of strength and
loss of reserve energy. I say in all
seriousness, If by employing this new
method I can quickly re-supply your
blood and organism with new nerve
force I should then stake you
stronsr again, put new cdurage and
health into the flash of your eyes;
make you feel young, capable, am
bitions and keep you feeling young
to a ripe, vigorous old age.
The secret of new strength is not
found in medicines or drug stimu
lants. I have evolved a simple, drugless
method for the self-treatment of lost
strength, which is meeting with a
marvelous demand all over the
-world. It is a -QUICK and PEESffl.
IvENT natural restorative. .
Here is the simple modfis operanui:
Apply the' method tonight
while you sleep.
Awaken tomorrow "feeling
line." all pains
T! in back gone.
" BO to SH days, complete
V' restoration of lost strength
, .- .should result.
86-Page Man's Book
Sent Free to You
My SG-page, beautifully Illustrated book, gives much information of a
personal nature (and fully explaining my new treatment), will be sent to
you by mail, absolutely free of charge, in a plain, sealed envelope, as soon
as I receive the coupon below. There are several chapters of this book
which AKY WAN. young or old, single or married, should read and can
profit by to the end of his life. Please write today, or, if living nearbv
call in person and have a free demonstration of the treatment. Hours 9 to "(5
K. A. SANDEN CO.. 1261 Broadway. Xeir York. "V. Y.
Dear Sirs Please forward me your book as advertised, free.
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An immense asortment cf 3 11 k.uTs t m..t jut pr-e Ton want to pav
Br. Pierees Golden
has a curative effect upon all mucous surfaces, and hence
removes catarrh. In Nasal Catarrh it is well to cleanse the
passages with Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy while using the-
will be plain to you if you
extracts from the writings of eminent medical authorities
endorsing its ingredients and explaining their curative proper
ties. It is mailed free on request.
"The "Discovery" has been put up and sold in its liquid form for over
40 years and has given great satisfaction. Now it can be obtained of medicine
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate and strengthen Stomach, lirer
and Bowels. Assist nature a little, now and then, -with a searching
cad cleansing, yet gentle cathartic, end thereby avoid many diseases.
That is all there is to it, no drugs,
no medicines, no stimulants to rub
on, no rules for diet or exercise, no
hardships of any kind. Absolutely
nothing that is not perfectly easy
for you to use and follow. One
promise and one - promise only I
exact; yi must lead a DECENT life
during the-' treatment and .hereafter:
otherwise your 'strength 'cannot be
properly or permanently restored.
I can only afford to pay for -enough
space in this paper to hint
at what jny method is. but as soon
as I receive the coupon below from
you I will send my SG-pdge illus
trated book, which not only contains
grlot of private information for men
but tells the full story of my won
derful discovery, what it is. where
you may get it and how it is to be
-T.h.ousan28 J1 feng advantage
of this method today for the restor
ation of lost strength. Not only
that, but when the method is ap
plied In a certain way it is a specific
treatment for rheumatism, kidney
liver, stomach, bladder disorders and
general ill-health. It puts energy,
snap and go into your whole body.
Your eyes sparkle with new power.
Drop in at my office; if ever In or
near the city, that I may give you a
practical demonstration of what the
method will do. You can test it
yourself and see. Hours 9 to 6.
Please write today.
will read a booklet of
prepaid for 50 one-cent stamps.
EECORD IS BROKEN
IN SMELTER OUTPUT
! Increase of 1&2 Percent is Shown
I Production Over 19J1; Smelter
i Capacity Also Increases.
' Washington, D. C, March 5. The
f geological survey has issued its ad
i vance statement of spelter production
and consumption in 1912. This state
ment, prepared by C E. Siebenthal,
gi es the final figures of output by the
zinc smelters for the year, distributed
both by states producing the ore and
bj states in which the ore was smelted.
thus giving a measure of the zinc
mining industry as well as of the zinc
smelting industry. The zinc ore made
into pigments is not included in this
statement, hence the full extent of the
zinc mining industry is not covered.
The imports and exports of spelter,
ztnc dross and zinc ore are also given.
as well as a list of smelters and their
capacity, revised to the close of 1912.
together with additions being built
during the first months of 1913.
The production in the United States
of spelter made from ore, both domes
tic and foreign, was 33S.80C short tons,
an increase of 32.188 tons, or 18.2 per
cent, over that of the previous vear
t and by far the largest output in the
nistory or- tne industry, me rinal fig
ures show that the survey's estimate
of production given out January 2,
1913. was too low by only 176 tone, or
5-100ths of 1 percent.
The spelter made in the United
States from foreign ore in 1912
amounted to 14.S99 tons, almost exactly
the same as in 1911 and considerably
less than in 1910 and several preced
ing years. The production of spelter
from secondary sources such as skim
mings and drosses also made large
gains, being estimated at 50,008 tons,
of which 21.000 tons was redistilled,
partly at the regular zinc smelters
using ore and partly at plants devoted
exclusively to the redistillation of sec
ondary materials. The consumption in
the United States of spelter made from
ore was 340.372 tons, an increase of
60,313 tons, or 21.5 percent, over that
of the previous year. The Increase in
consumption was made possible by the
large imports of spelter. For .the last
four months of the year the average
St. Louis price of spelter was more
than 1 cents above the London price.
It was during this period that the
larger part of the 11,115 tons of for
eign spelter was imported.
The list of smelters shows a. total
capacity of 107,948 retorts at the close
of 1912, with additions of 12.216 re
torts under construction. With the
exception of 576 retorts, the additions
are all in Illinois. It should be borne
in mind that all of this capacity will
not be effective for smelting ore, for
several of the plants listed are devoted
partly or exclusively to the recovery
of spelter from secondary materials
Sunflower Company Una Twenty Claims
North of Phoenix "Which Gle
Promise of Rich Returns.
Phoenix, Art., March 5. .Much at
tention is being attracted to the prop- I
erty of the recently incorporated Sun-
flower Cinnabar Minine company, in i
the Maxatzal mountains, northeast of I
Phoenix. The company is making prep
arations to work the property on an
extensive scale. Within a short time
ovens and retorts will be on the
ground and the shipment of pure
quicksilver will begin.
There are 20 claims in the com
pany's main group. There is much
other promising property in the vicin
ity which the company also holds for
Quicksilver in paying quantities Is
found over an area 6006 feet long and
1000 feet wide. This is the ground
that is covered by the main group.
Some of the official assays run as
high as $440.10 the ton, while the low
est shows $26 20. It is known that a
number of cinnabar mines, in which the
ore carries only two percent quick
silver, .are operated at a profit.
An excellent wagon road leads from
Phoenix to within four miles of the
property. An automobile has be-n
driven that close to the mine, in fact.
The problem of transportation is not
serious, since practically pure quick
silver is to be shipped out. Little
coal or coke will have to be freighted
in for the ovens, as there is plenty of
wood in the immediate vicinity. There
is also an ample water supply nearby.
DECLARE SHOPS DANGEROUS;
EMPLOYES REFUSE TO WORK
Moline, III, March 5. Fifteen hun
dred employes of the shops of the Rock
Island system at Silvis, 111., refused to
return to work today, adopting reeolu
ions in a mass meeting: that the ma
chinery in the shops is unsafe and tel
egraphing to the governor's office at
Springfield a request that a factory
inspector be sent to Silvia.
The action was the outcome of on
?rcident February 26. when two irr-i
were killed and five injured by a tail
ing crane The shops have been idle
GOLD BVR RESIMES.
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FIERRO AND SANTA
RITA MINES ACTIVE
District In Abich Chino Ii Operating
is Proving One of Richest in New
Mexico Mineral Field.
Santa Rita. N". M., March 5. The
Chino mine at Santa Rita is now one
of the acknowledged large copper
mines of the world. The exact amount
of ore existing in this company's
ground is not known even to the com
pany, which has tried out to a certain
extent the existing ore bodies below
1000 feet deep. Many deep drill holes
have been put down to try to determine
the extent of copper ore, and nearly
all below 1000 feet have gone 600 feet
into a body of 60 percent copper ore
from the surface. Seven steam shovels
are loading ore into cars that are
shipped to the company's plant at
Hurle. which treats in the neighbor
hood of from 6000 to 7000 tons dailyv
It is estimated the Chino mine Iws
enough ore to run for 30 years. The
plant at Hurley is one of the most up
todate of concentrating plants and
practically everything works automat
ically. The mine at Santa Rita em
ploys about 1400 men.
Ross & Larch have been shipping
much lead, taking a bond and lease for
one and one-half years for $15,000. In
1912 they shipped from one workings
on their grounds ore that has netted
them $57,000. and It has been producing
steadily in 1913. West of Ross & Larch
some Denver people, Bogart & Winsley.
have taken a bond and lease and are
sinking a double compartment shaft
and employing a force of men -with the
object of doing extensive work. Wade
Hodchichs Is the superintendent of this
work and is also a heavy property
owner in that region and has done
much development work in the way
of proving up the merits of the camp
in the neighborhood of San Jose,
which is the nearest shipping point.
Xorth and west from San Jose, about
one mile, James McKenna and Gayhart.
two old timers, are shipping zinc and
have been getting out about 100 tons
a, month. They recently have opened
upjin extensUe body of zinc and hae
im' thousands of tons in sight Tliei
have let a contract for 500 feet of
tunnel work that will give their mine
more depth. This tunnel is nearly com
pleted, and near the breast has recentl
been opened up 14 feet of copper ore
that averages across the vein 12 per
East of this mine and near Hanover
the Empire Zinc Co. has extensive
holdings and ships 500 tons each month
This 500 tons was extracted in doinsr
development work only. No stopmg
has been done th the mine in IK months
The exact amount of ore is unknown
Terry Bros. Sc McDonald, of Kelle
N. Mu who ship zinc to the extent of
over 300 tons a month from their lea1
at Kellev. have recently taken a leae
aud bond from the Dr. Welch holding
at Hanover, consisting of five claims
Moch ore. lead and zinc, has been
shipped from this ground hv the leas
ers, but no large ore bodies were
found until J. L. Terry took charge
of it. and in going under the same old
working that had been worked out.
he has opened up another body of zin
that promises to make another mine
9 tw TTt nilvr
Northeast of this mine Is situated
the Philadelphia mine, owned bv the .
United States Copper company It has ,
copper ore and much oi it ana eipecn
to start up soon It is equipped with a
fine plant, has two deep shafts, and is
..Innlnallv nu-nert tn St. Paul.
North of the Philadelphia oropertv the
Colorado .Fuel and Iron Co. of Den
ver, hold most of the ground. The
company is shipping steadily a train
load of 20 cars a dav to the steel
works at Pueblo and Denver The iron
is generally percolated with some cop
per and increases in copper values as
depth is attained.
The Phelps-Dodge company, at Fier
ro, has installed a large plant which
recently has been completed and is
now sinking the Emma shaft below
the 400 foot station. It will likely
be in ore any day. The company is
concentrating its efforts to attain
much depth in order to reach the large
mineralized zones of copper ore known
to exist below the massive bodies of
iron and lime prevailing in and around
Firro. , . , ,
Coming into this district are mining
men of much experience and they are
after the ore. No stock companies are
trying to sell stock in their holdings
but are getting the ores to market and
getting returns for their labor.
PHOBN'IX STREET RAILWAY IS
AG YIN- CITED FOR CONTEMPT.
Phoenix. Ariz.. March 5. Just to re
mind the Phoenix Street Railway com
pany that each day its cars are not
equipped with fenders and storm cur
tains it is in contempt of the corpora
tion commission, that company has
again been cited to appear to show
cause wh it should not be fined. The
second hearing will be held March S.
Endangers the Heart
Ga and Other Pormn of Indication
Are Quickly Relieved lr Stnart'n
Undigested food forme gas in the
stomach, which causes the walls of
that organ to expand and press agaiHBt
the heart. If this pressure should be
allowed to become heavy it might re-,
suit very seriously, as the heart must
be kept perfectly free in order to per
form its duties.
If the stomach
is nvsrwrrkeL its
muscles become tired and gradually
grow weaker and weaker, until they
are unable to taka care of the food
properly. The glands fail to provide
the juices necessary to digest the- food.
Gases form and cause all sorts of pain,
misery and wretchedness, as well as
extreme danger to th heart.
It is then that thp inm.i-h rails for
i' vroinary medicines are impos
sible Thev not onlv fail to help the
stomach but injure the entire system.
Medical men have studied the stomach
and have discovered that the digestive
JUICeS Consist lnrv.lv a nA.aln livilrn.
chloric acid and nitrogenous ferments
What. then, would be mar natural than
lhSUly J113 Properties artificially J
them-' Bl"raacn is unable to proauce
Tbat J31 oWect of Stuart's Dys
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agents relieve the stomach of Its bur
den, thereby irivinir It an nnnnrhinltv to
Iils ." iHL?ormal strength. They tone
up. strengthen and revitalize the secre
IVtt K'ands; m-ueous membranes, ab
sorbing glands and muscular vwalls.
TJ?-y res.to1'e to the stomach its lost
powers of digestion so that it can strain
do itt work without assistance. They
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I'Ifment n . sar to digest all sorts cf
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If inn xierien f m oppre-sur ftel-ir-'
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!,, m Tioip and esi.ridin upwari ti.
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