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EL PASO HERALD
Mining Property Won by
C. H. Dunning of Pres
cott and Associates.
Forty automobile lined op lest
Saturday at the Wallapai Indian res-1
ervatton dead line with an agsreg-a
Takes Over The
Three R Mine
Rise in Silver Revives In
dustry in Patagonia
Patagonia. Ariz.. Nov. 12. No orloe
has been announced la toe lata trans- ' MnB- onre naaacer of the United
f .. w.ti fcmwn Tkn. r I Eastern at Oatmaa. now managing dl-
of mining men computed to be , tr(Jm R R Richardson to the Magma rector 'or the Kay Copper company,
th J50. (100,000. ready to rush over ,. . mM, ...behoves that the Kay soon will be
Manager Predicts Big Ee
sults From Operations
Phoenix, Ariz., Nov. 12- George W.
'hat lin and begin locating aiming
claims, according to reports from
Preston. Ariz. The date of the open
ig of this reservation with all other
Indian reservations, was Kot.'L The
particular goal of these men was La
roon and the National copper mines.
H Dunning of Prescott, and his
;arty of ten won out.
The 6 tart 1 rig- JIne was west of Selig
rnan in Yavapai county. Ariz., and
as agreed to by all. At the crack
f the sun at noon on November 1 the
Tne Lagoon holdings are said to be
a -veritable mat or native copper m
ManKet form in the heart of the Wal
cpai reservation. That section had
been invaded at various times by
-esspassers and h:ghgraded. But the
door was closed to the miners and
t tppctors until Nov. 1, 1919.
Cariosity exists among many- old
;:r ts to know who were the lucky
I' aters of the Barbara and Brazel
- "ver mines in the Meacalero Indian
nerval ion In New Mexico. Reports
-ta'e both hzi rich ores. It is said
:h?t cr from the Barbara took a first
- -,2c at the St. Louis exposition in
It is said a number rushed to
" a" t ese mines when the reserva-I'fi-i
was thrown open to prospectors
un November 1.
BUREAU OF DUNES FORMED
IN COCHISE COUNTY, ARIZ.
Pecp'e Interested In mining In the
5 I'obeas. district in Cochise
-rty Ariz., have organized a bu
reau cf Tinei o promote their In-,
e-c-ts and that of the section in
.eh tney are operating. The presi
h nt of the organization is W. K.
'av n-i. .ce president; Frank P.
J'r ar: and secretary and treasurer,
J 4n W Robinson.
to be worked bv a seoarate coroora-I ueTCi one ok ine greatest oi
tion. the Patagonia-Superior Copper ; southwestern copper properties- He
company, though under the manage- I nd p w- PoM- of New York
znent of W C. Browning, who ia ban- sharea of Kay stock
dling the Magma at Superior. He has rom & J Triplet, a PhoenU butch-Affore-d
isn ooo for the urfr iwniin. from whom the company took
offered -0,0v0 tor tne surface equip-1 the property The amount involved
ment, tncjuamg a smau miu, piaeea . was aboat 1500,000.
on the Three R by H, C. and H. M
Harrison of San Antonio, Texas, who
secured no profit In operation of the
300 ton table-system concentrator.
The property reverted to Richard
son on failure of stipulated pay
ments. At an earlier date It was un
Lrown to the -00 level already has
been blocked out commercial ore
valued at $6,000,000, with 2500 feet of
drifting and cross -cutting done on
the six levels opened. A contract has
been given for the sinking of a sec
ond shaft, to be 1U00 feet deep, at
another point on the property, where
Of Copper Cost
Lowest Average Cost in
Little Over 15c'
Mining Controversy In
volved Contract For
Smelting of Ore.
Pnoenbc. Ariz, Not. IS. The win-
Plans Are Made"
In The Desert i
Gold Fields Northeast of
Yuma to Be Scene of
vperaupns. Are the result of keeping
Tama, Aria., Nor. 11. Great plans vonraelf inwardly clean
nlna- of the ease of the GHla CoDDer ! are efoot for tne desert gold country. -v - 1.-r. Tru.
o. .!.- . . i 1 SO miles north m Tmn. M.n..-r a-w w
auipamn romuiwy uo.i iub onvrr - .
. 1 I w T t.i . . i
der bond to N. I Amster of Boston, exploration has shown
woo snippec mnca ore. oai wno very valuable ore body,
finally gave up the option. It is iold ; The new head works are now being
that the Dew owner will do much ex- t put in place. Power is to be secured
proration by drilling, added to the ex- j from the Arizona Power company's
tensive development already known 1 spstem that now supplies Jerome,
try shafts and lateral work. The mine risi-v,.! .rt Pr.-nrt Thi. .varum.
. " witn water power on irossii creea ano 5g percent of Mexico and 20 nercent
miles from thl noint- and embraces . i,,,,-- n..b.i. - .1 . na percent
federal trade commission to confess
made public today.
The report covers 85 companies In
the United States, Canada. Mexico,
Cuba and South Ameilca, producing
approximately -,2aO,(MMMMa pounds ot
copper, and Includes 95.5 per cent of
the total production of the United
The amount of investment of these
35 companies in 1918 was more than
67:.OOlOCKI and the profit realized
arerased a rate of 2S per cent on the
Leirest Cost la SOHfhwesf.
' Sllshtly more than 1 cents a pound
in the Arizona-New Mexico district
was the lowest average cost, and
over 17 H cents a pound, in Michigan,
was the highest cost of the states
tabulated in the report while cop
per produced In South America, Cuba
and Mexico in 1918 cost an average of
about 16 ft cnts a pound. The re
port represents 34 per cent of the pro
duction of Chile, 71 percent of Peru,
HALF A MILLION DOLLAR
MINE DEAL IN ARIZONA
Phoenix. Aria.. Nov. 12. What is
considered one of the biggest mining
aeais tnis year, was tne announce
gdri who is most attractive, whose
Washington, D. C, Nov. 12. Cop
per produced in 1918 cost slightly
IMF than nn .V.racr. e1 IS i
pound according to ths report of the can Smaltinr and Aeflnin company w- J- Jonnson of the New King
is of greater moment than would be j AOB proII't tor OVOT 5"elr bas cJearVith the deHcate tint
asstuned. In merely noting that for- -,u wwu oTercomins
mer president William H. Taft, as:nturmJ dl'flculties. He has pro vide J
special master, had decided that the
defendant company most keep a 10-
year contract, made three years ago.
to smelt 250 tons a day of plaintiffs
In effect, the decision saves the
plaintiff from bankruptcy, and at a
time when It is in position to pay it
self out of debt, ft had been in the
hands of a receiver, appointed In
of rose petals, whose month is
most kissable, is the one who oo
a sufficient wo tor supply for a pro
Jected mill by means of a hin-h dam
In a mountain canyon and now Is easionaliy takes CSStOT Cnl OT a
iTZ'JVZToTZr1' Pi nt pellet, made up of May-
of the Southern Sierras Power com- aDDle, leaves -of aloe and root of
Only scrub timber now Is available jalap, and Sold by all druggists
.w. "II wu uig bruCKIBg in Ol Oil
would be very expensive. In any
event, there is to be a small expen-
icon i.nn jnA k. fT.M .mA NIaw ' "
-J"'M" capacity, lr electric do
Haven Trust company or ' cured, there is to be a mill of several
rr. .V.n,.A ,h. ore thousand tons capacity, fed from open
has been paid off through the ore wnere y,, mining will be by
Srwte utterly lack the dear brihtrs of
nwT-reni muddy complexion, dis-
Svegr'pS cco'SK i h'f'tw milM from th. KiDg be.: colored, sometimes fall of blem
X lT'L.. fSrt'2." OT P23- very often bad
transportation and reduction expenses. , on dev3opmenl it teeth and fetid breath, IS One who
vuiacu . y.. wbat one or the nromoters calls -the A, wt nKa Iil
When the colon is stagnated
one always suiters from the effects
in the land
The girl who suffers from chronic
headache, dull, lifeless eyes, that
miles from this point, and embraces a great power house near Clarkdaie,
about 1000 acres of surface ground j ia being extended southward to Pnoe-
tri ui"j-r i l naif awn id aumrci nix. a railroad survey also passes
ot local mines through the rise of the Kay from Phoenix,
silver. It is notable that while man- j The Kile-Truman Copper company
ganese is held in little value, com- j nas been organized in Phoenix for de
pared with war times, it is securing, , velopment of copper bearing ground
as flux, keen demand for the Pata-' adjoining the Kay. The group is ot
gonia ores from the smelters. Hard- j seven claims.
shell is down 400 feet on a shaft that Development work on the famous
is to cut its ore at 800 feet and ex- j Thayer silver property. In the Con
nects to supplement Its 100-ton flota- stellation section near Wlckenburg,
tion mill by a 100-ton furnace. Pierce-. bas reached a depth ef 1140 test, with
Gardner is shipping weekly four i r- . mucn lateral drifting. As expected
loads of silver-manganese and the the deeper workings are beginning to
Mowrjr is sending dally to El Paso a . show much high grade sulphuretic
carload of silver-lead carbonates and copper ore, with material values in
galena. ' gold also. Though Tnayer has several
' ,..n . ) 7 i,n.,
wtv.t. wRmme wnnir it uik i -v. j TT.tr ramnan-t, v . r ii' ii r-i' m i o t remarkable career.
r V. Z , . . - " j . , , , ". r" I '.rJ Ti-, rnnrlu when
mi; wjmiwiii .m.nji w thnnvh miintunn. lor Years aevei-i icwuo.ve umpdui oi wom on lis " . .
resume work soon on Its great sil- i opment work on plans that have high I property, which is located In what is' Apache Ino'" 'enervation. . " moureanx, who covered the distance,
Th. smelting eomp4ny claimedthe J S-bngT.ln evr fouu
in Arizona. 11 is aaia to oe lov xeet ,
rirht tn niMoeiiml or break the con-
tract, on which it latterly claimed to . wWe (Q exp lieo feVl
have been losing 82 a ton. Shipment , w-..r v. nrovid-d thrna-k r,..r-
ment that George w. Long, of Phoe-1 elsewhere of the low erade oram volrB d nettl may be had through nf the r-v,, whir are ahanrhed
nix. and S. R. Poss. of New York, had would have been "W?8- fui? the projected electric power line TB OI ,ue P013 W are aroea
pnrcnasea a large amount or tne i tax v. inuuaiisu?. V' Lone Star also Is to be worked again and earned to all parts 01 tile Cody
stock holdings of S. J. Tribolet In the! smelter has been making It has been idle for years, after pro- , , . , ., . .
Jiay cooper mine I cents a ion. u.i . j rr ductlon of surface ores of phenomenal UJ uiuuu. un i u
The deal Involved close to 8500.000! was secured against the smelter py n(!nneM, . l l.v. j
and was closed .ft.r rnttinn. ' IJudgo B. E. Sloan or raoenix ano w, . ... .i.-.. "x"'
had been carried on for several ' matter then went to judge Tart, in . claJnls on the Colorado Blvar Indian
n Veil Vtrlr ' . kI, ' ,
cheer by asking your druggist for
those tiny, sugar-coated pellets
made by Dr. Pierce.
URIC ACID POISONING
ft Ob. H. C COOK.
A poison as dangerous as
stryrjirtin is manufactured within
the body, called uric acid. When
ft arpwwnlatea and the kidneys fail
to carry it off, we strffer from doH
headache, sleeplessness, mosenlar
pains, lumbago, or it may cause
rht iininrism or gout.
Drink plenty of water between
ratals a pint of hot water one-half
hour before meals is'the best and
take " Aauric" This was first dis
covered by Doctor Pierce, of the
Surgical Institate in Buffalo, N. Y..
and is harmless to the system, bet
sure and effective in carrying off
the uric acid. It stimulates th?
kidneys. "Anuric" (anti-cric-acid ;
can be obtained at almost any dreg
store, and helps to counteract the
acidity of the system.
With the closing of this deal, the
reservstion. automobiles wire used ' DEVELOPMENT WORK STARTED
"11 . . , a , rcMrv
.TV. . 1. ... nrtMl hV A mi SS.C. .sucku HWUlllO
1 u fdTtfli started The first to La Pas rulcb. un
32 miies, was the car of Joseph La'
THE SUNSHINE GROUP
the state of Chihuahua, Mexico. I
The mines hare been Inactive for
Quite a while.
ver lead mines In the Nalca dlstr.ct .DDroval from nractical miners. He) now known as the Kay copper belt. was ewnimim n'!,.: . over rocky and sandy trails. In
uiuuern electrical equipped macnineryl " nV.11 n.ined coal On
AMERICA'S GREATEST GAMBLE
BASIN OIL COMPANY
THE FIRST TO DRILL
SETTING CASING NOW.
DRILLING EVERT DAY
10,000 ACRES THINK
50100600 stares of stock in this concern WILL Mtrf. TOO
SO RICE you won't know wbat to do with your money if oil is
GEOLOGISTS SAY IT'S THERE
Over 35 concern dziUiatj ox preparing to drill think so, tee.
THERE MUST BE SOMETHING TO IT
GAMBLE GAMBLE GAMBLE with the odds all in your favor.
SOME OF THE BIGGEST MEN HI THIS COUVTSY HAVE
BOUGHT THIS STOCK.
DRILLING 10)00 ACRES STOCK 1jM PAS.
TAKE A CHANCE IN A REAL ONE
MAYBE TOO WILL SETIRK.
Better Act Today SETfD TODS CHECK.
CENTRAL STOCK & OIL EXCHANGE
206 If. OREGON ST. EL FASO, TEXAS.
is a Phoenix hardware mercnant- A new thousand foot working shaft wa located, tog etne x hour and 15 minutes.
m..mu.i.mnhiihu hn .fr,H ..H miiv. -.-H ! furnace, by Geo. D. cnittenaen, wno v..hi..
The Ploma King Mines company has
been formed In Phoenix to develop
a silver-gold group near Vulture.
COMPANY CHANGES NAME
Jtfo, Arts, Nov. 12. The Cornelia
iio Copper company has changed its
name to the Cornelia Consolidated.
This is a property exploited by Ralph
H. Cameron, former congressman
from Arizona. Diamond drilling Is
to be started soon, on the Bu lidos
claim, near Mew Cornelia ground.
Little AJo, an adjoining property,
now has the deeper drill bole In the
camp, about 2200 feet. At the point
chosen the ore body dips very deep,
a point considered by the manage
ment in looking toward full develop
ment and possible greater enrich
ment at depth. A nearby hole bot
tomed in sulphide at 1760 feet.
DELEGATES TO MIXIXG COXGRB5S.
Mayor Charles Davis has named the
following delegates from El Paso to
tbe 22d annual convention of the
American Mlriinsr congress in fit.
Louis. NoTember 17-22: Robert Mc-
Cart, Jr, c. M. Harvey and H. J.
The mining circle of the university
club has named th following five
ertson. E" F. Knotta. "W. fa. Vaal and
D. Bruce Smith.
Machinery is being moved from the
old Congress mine at congress to
machiner? organised " 'm. KSffle Mountain Cop
a macnineryi " n allso mined coal oi
as the power line is competed, which claims edJy cgmSn?. Jas e" Tnma county, lately bonded by
is to be connected up with the Fosslll crk, 20 m"w" , Bryant Abbott
S.rom."aStrictil,i,,Ia"ewre",,5,Ue, ! 1 wax built
COPPER COMPANY CUTS BIG
VEIN IN NAC0ZARI DISTRICT
nr. ih nil, nast the mine
Not Involved In Smash.
The property later - fell Into the
hands of Frank M. Mnrpby of Prea-
j o o .k.nv nf Phi'adel-
The Kacoxari Consolidated Copper, .Wins-h it was not included in
company recently cut the great 600 . fhirrand smash that befell the Mur-
iwt ww inue copper vein on me :
0 . 1... o-i-nii urti.i-h lnln 1 1. . W . .
texnma Copper company's property in I M the
mo .i.tutdi i uibuici ia ngriueuKrn
Tjcson, Ar.x, Nov. 1- Tbe Stand
ard Exploration co-npany has startcn
on development of the Sunnso and
i. A. I.. ClAnHtaa AC
1 mll Houthwcst of Tucson, where i
sampling from an open cut In 53 feel j
of vein material sae an average
of S percent Iad and 5 ounces of
silver to the ton. If tonne! develop-1
ment shows the permanence of this !
deposit, a ton concentrating miK t
will be built. The operating ccm- i
nanv is well financed, one of its mcin
stocolders being P. J. Willys, tht '
on Taylrj terests arc wo-k-n the famous o'J
Mahan. of.ieck m'ne. snath of Preseott. and
EXGLNEKR AT WORK
KX AMIM.NC; TXK STRIKK
According to news from the scene
of the recent Un discovery in west
ern Socorro county, w. M
and Indian creeks. H J.
Sew York has returned there with: the Brnker Hi 1 at Ray.
Ms engineer and has begun work. The Hi;rh clas surfice eatrtprnent is
engineer Is said to he a special ex- I beinsr oot on tbe propf rty of the AH- (
pert on tin. trona-Tucson Copper company. In tr
- j Tucson mountains The main shaft
COPFKR SHIPHENTS TO V. S. I " enterwi ore at 3" feet of depth
, . . ' Dailv-Ar.rona H preparir-z to boil
The Compagnie do Boleo. of Santa a i00 ton ro:i;ion oJn1ltm ei-yctei to
Rosalia. Lower California, reports in , ,ost j;s.ono T're Vll-.on re-urn after
the governmental conmerce reports, , treatmer is stir-ated at S9 a tt-n
only concentrates. With gol man- ( rinerit8 ,n the n!tB(j s,ates during ; centrales are to be shipoed by intr
agement it Is expected the 'company jw August and September: 29S long , fuck to Hivdcn. 54 miles dhtim.
torts or copper oars anoifisiiongions "vrr (rno-l roads, at an expectea cot ,
vyT E axe pleased to annoiinrr to oar many friends
v and patrons that we have opened a branch office,
for your convenience and benefit, at tbe 1 Paso Stock
Exchange, in the basement of the First National Bank
buiiding. Mr. S. H- McGinns, the auctioneer at tbe
E! Paso Stock Exchange, will be in charge of this office
and will, at all timet, be glad to offer yon any ;
and courtesy that he can.
Your buy and sell orders are solicited.
MANNING & CO.,
502 Martin Bldg.
El Paso Stock Exchange.
g iMMWiMiniH i mmm
A Kg Gusher at
LEASES HAVE GOXB TO
Siaoe-SjM AS ACRE.
It ts not nnreMonable to ex
pect the a bo Ye annoanctment
nny Any mw. The McGee well
Is toekln better every dny mm&
titer are very eonfldent oil wHI
fee Useereretl moh, We baTe
10vM aeres near Tueomenrl.
TrUel, oar sceolotrlcts may ia on
a perfect atrsetore. "We rtW
bealo drflifDs thU week. Op
BorrttnftT la yours to share in.
the Mb profits rrhen ire dls-'
eover on ea oar lease. We
hare some or the best atreaar
In Stephens, Rutland and Brath
Coantfes to mate your In Test
meat tsafe. There is no- better
aereaare In .Stephens County -
i&ttB oar i7.o aerrs, snrroended
by the Swenwondale. MeCaaley
and ether big well.
Oar well tn the Desdeznorj; field
will soon be In. Orders are
peariafc tn from all sections of
tbe coon try. Be one of the
loeky oae who own stock In
R. l: bogardus
Trust Building Arcade.
El Paw. Texas.
iv enterprises uaioo unw
1 opment Company of America, aach
Polacsd, congress, biitot s
. I T-K-rnndk ml TIM. LAttOTlT U
Sonora. Mexico. The entier face ofaa been handled by George D Mor
the tunnel 4000 fet !a and- 600 t eet t ris wfio was Murphy's secretary for
u twiiwi ut-ptii was sa:a to snow j jje jitter years or axarpny a uic.
bornite and chalcopynte ores It isl i nrnnosed to instal a Ho-
rfn. elrZilLZlli: V."LtBe aS?." following copper shipment, to re-
to strike the big bodies of ore.
The Xacozarl comnanv also ...n nnt nt Anht snd will be
working the San Pablo silver prop-' listen a one of the most profitable
erty in the sane district and is ship-' producers of the state.
.ntttecroncer? "'leroy company is sinking
com pie tion. At present the out pat
is small. The cot pany hat a 150 ton
mill with the flotation process on the
George Motz, of Douglas. Arte, Is
superintendent of the company.
EL TIRO HAKES REMARKABLE
STRIKE ON 200 FOOT LEVEL
Tucson, Arii, Nov. 12. El Tiro, at
Silver BelL has made a remarkable
ere eald to run up to 40 per
copper. Tbe company is si
eight carloads a week. 'averaging 300
The Sllverita, a property formerly
Known as tne yellow Bira. is snip-
elng copper-silver ore sampling ti.St
Wm. L- Wakefield has sued the
Re tniger-Freeman for violation of
purchase agreement ad for $54)00. al
leged valne of machinery said to have
m the fau.gonla section the Andes
is Installed a compressor for driv
ing Its 700 foot tunnel further to cut
the main ore body.
Work has been closed down at the
Bay Broken Hill property at Hay.
pending a stockholders meeting In
TWO SHAFTS ON CLAIMS
Th. T-erov Consolidated Mines Uf
.i.i.tn. tw .h.fi. on Its erouo of
seven silver lead gold claims tn the
no Cabazaa district In Cochin
Ar-t.ni. Ta. ahait on the'
LeroT claim had reached a depth ef .
tfta feet and a contract was recently
let to sink it TS feet deeper. It Is
expected that it will be continued
rinwa to itenth of 400 feet. TM
iraaoia' . . r . . .
rtke on the :00 level, some of the! 2"cf?J.JV ""ST
sMifnr several ear loads ore running J5
srippingl ... ahinosd to the
.mlt.r Prmelc Peterson and W. I
Crawford are two of the principal
of copper matt i.
cf 2ft cents a ton mile.
ME 1M MEL
Thousands Have Discovered
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets
Are a Harmless Substitute
Dr. Edwards' OSve Tablets are the
resuit of Dr. Edwards' deternsmt:cn
not to treat fiver and bowel corcptnri.?
with calomel. For 17 years he used
these tablets (3 vegetable compour.J
mixed with cHve oil) in bis private
practice with great success .
They do all tbe good that caioriK-1
does but have no bad after effects. No
pains, no griping, no injury to the
gams or danger from acid foods yet
they Brtmntotff the Over and bove.
Take Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets
when you eel "logy" and "heavy."
Note how they dear clouded brain and
perk op the spirits. 10c and 25c a be:
GET YOUR MONEY BACK DOUBLE
We don't saake stnteeaeats we eannet stand by, sn this offer la too good to pas. up.
Aierlea OO as Bftelsg Company nets into Ms BiiMfen-dolLr capitalization!
A ieoe-barrfl well, am nauing late sdpeitsle. A vrall going down on Mock ST, jr. W. Buxkbnrnett
PeS. A sare aw (w an. Twewty-ilve traeta of vatn.Mr acreages In the
Burkbaniett, Homer, BuD-Bayoi and Desdemona Fields
ui we nearly forgvt
READ THIS TELEGRAM
-..ORMAX, TCL, im p. M.
GROR6E H. POfXO IVl) COMPANY,
I gHEliPO.'V STREET. El PASO, TBI.
5SSSIi?!S5T,lE?ramlEI TARD8 SOUTH OP AMRR1CAN HOLTH.XGS EC
JORDAX TRACT JTST CAME IS FOR FIVE THOUSAND BARRELS.
1VIILU PETJGH VO.
Tkafte aearty lastee of a hhti tkrew of American Oil and Refining Cmpany. five aeres In Des-
J? es i sere. la Haer. SHACK BETWEEN two ot the greatest predneers In the world, each
wfcteii Is dribbling ell at the rate mt lasw barrel, a d.v. m,f. .11V i.v. fcn.
BIT SOW. WIRE ME YOUR ORDER
JAMES L. STEPHENS & CO.
El laso, Texas.
ALASKA MAN LOCATES BIG
GLACIER AS MINING CLAIM
Locating a glacier as a mlalne
claim, the Me& of C H Boy lea. is the
latest phase of the mining game in
Alaska. Boyle sot his idea -by pan
ning the sand tn a pool about )ft0 feet
from below where tke river came out
from the fece of Mendenhall glacier.
This pool, aboat 40 feet deep, con
talced about 32 feet of sand and It
was found to contain sold Boyles
theory was that much of the gold
brought down from the- valley had
collected !n this pool, so he con
ceived the Idea of diverting: this river
by means of a tunnel so as to jret at
the sand and located the irlacler as
his placer mining claim.
stockholders in talc company.
MOWRY MINE IS SHIPPING
ORE TO EL PASO SMELTER
The noted old Mowry mine tn the
Patagonia district. Santa Craz
county, Ariz, la skipping and has
been for several months, an axr
age of four car loads of lead car
bonate and galena ore to the El Paso
smelter. This ore Is frons the ex
tension of the same body from which
the rich ore was takes in very early
days ot that famous old mine. The
strike was made at a denth of lev
feet Will SIHeheU, for several yeans 1
a mine manager of Santa Enlalia, Chi- j
uuauua. jsoxico, tor cue American
Smelting and Refining company, is
manager of the old Mowry.
GOOD NEWS FOR STOCKHOLDERS OF
MARIGOLD OIL AND GAS COMPANY
SECRETARY -C. O. WTLIE WIRES FROM WICHiTA FAIXS. NOV. 19-
-HARIGOU) NO. 1. BLOCK 57. S. W. BURKBURNETT. SET CASING 1SSS FEET. RAT-HOLED
AHEAD SIXTEEN FEET UJ THE RICHEST SAND OF ANY WELL IX THE F1ELO. WILL. BEG1V
DWUJSa NO. 1 ON OUR TWO AND ONE HALF ACRE TRACT JUST AS SO'N A3 NO. 1 IS
nimjjn nf. OUR STOCK SHOULD BE WORTH FTVE FOR ONE WITH S' V H WONDERFUL
PRODUCTION. WE HATE REFUSED ALL OFFERS FOR SALE. AS PIPELINE CONNECTIONS
HAVE BEEN ASSURED TWO BIG BT.LM WOULD ASSURE WONDERFUL, DIVIDENDS FOR
STOCKHOLDERS. WE ARE OVERJOYED AT PROSPECTS. GENERAL OIL COMPANY HAS 5 not
BARREL WELL IN BLQCK 831. NEAR OUR TWE NTT-FIVE ACRES. UNITED CHIE" AND TWO
OTHER WELLS ADJOINING OUR TWENTT-FIV B ACRES ARE SETTING CASING THIS TRACT
ALONE LOOKS AS THOUGH IT WILL BE WORTH OUR ENTIRE CAPITALIZATION."
GEORGE H. POUND AND COMPANY
ICS SaeldM Street. EI Pass, Texas.
Geaeral Sales Agents,
Jt Gee? Ossapaay. flB
SMELTER IS PLANNED FOR
FLUX SILVER LEAD MINE
A smelter of 100 tons capacity for
th. Flux silver lead mine in the
Patagonia distatct. Santa Cms
county, Arbeona. will be built the
middle of next year, it Is reported.
The mine already ha. 10ft ton mill us
ing gravity concentration and nota
tion processes. It Is said there Is 5000
feet of development work on It. It
has a solid body of carbonate ore
400- by 250 feet which at 130 feet
changes to sulphides
CHICAGO OWNERS TO OPEN
MINA MEXICO SILVER MINE
It la reported that the Cblca.ro
owners are taJkin? of starting; op
apala the Mina Mexico silver mine
about 40 miles east of Batnc, Mexico,
which has ben idle for several
years It s equipped with a mill and
small smelter. This mine was sold
and afterward managed by William
Pomeroy, who for a lnt? time was a
resident of El Paso, but who is now
la New York,
HI5IHG CONGRESS WILL
BE HELD I ST. LOUIS
The American Minlne confrrena will
be held In St Louis, Mo.. In conjunc
tion with the national gold confer
ence from November 17 to 21. both
dates Inclusive. The latter was called
to discuss the problem confronting
the pold indn-try and to devise, if
found practicable, a legislative pro
gram to encourage that now decreas
ing class of mining The sessions of
the congress, which ia the first one
held since the United State went Into
war, will be given up largely to con
sideration of the Industrial problems.
Some of the ablest mining men and
economists will be present.
FILB OX MIXING CHIMS.
Locations of mlnine claims in the
San Carlos Indian reservation have
been filed on In thp office of the
recorder of Gila, county. Arixona.
These locations were mostly for
claims south and eart of Oil"on. but
also In other prt? of the reservation.
if tie hair is kept young. Yoa
can prevent fcray hair or
brinfc back the youthfnl color
to hair that is fadecH feruy
streaked, or gray if yoa ssa
fsvorits tUBOQj, tie aatittcrat&e
Creoles of Lonissana wncse won
derful luxuriant hair ii 6 Hstin
ginsB max of tKeir para Freach
and Spanish ancestry. La Creole
p4crT svnd restores tM aral ymta
rsl color ef uW kair cmd oakas it oft.
flany. wwry tad bttwbjmL Icoaatn&tae
drt sad refined peepl mVt ao hou at
its dm. tfaoaSa it cam never bt defefd.
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ari mctlp wlodi gattttrt iwtnitL
It caaaet uaia uu mnlpmwet k eon.
taina aodat. and cWreis nojaiastowttR
ad u xcallct for calp trobW. A
dchslvfnl. kctkafal toilet ntjuhiu.
Abtohaely Irureatcd tn brink btcle '
tW hir"i col or, or raoary rf andtd. Foil
(feracBoiu wit each bonle.
Wnt. for fucmsliai booUct, "X
Crto'.," Hair Beattiiu. Saews bets
hair drew for nek face.
At DntM end TeOet Crnnttr.
yarn. jtkJ his nam and addrta. We inh
m that you art supplied
Vaa Vl-Msfflfild Dra Co, Mtktrt
Comanche - Eastland
$1.50 PER SHAEE
rr A T TOT Never ia the history of the OIL BUSINESS has Acre beem offered to the
DllUAUOEi Aaurku pecple a more STABLE, STRONGER or SAFER epporhuuty to
atty tkesuctres with REAL BIG MEN (sot dreams).
These an are BUILDERS mem who are rapewible far sobm of the btg
' gest eateryriaes is the coutry, ate wha aare helped ja the svecess ef ear
n j7r A T TQi7 Taese awa have placed their HONOR, their INTEGRITY, the HONOR ef
rEiW.U3Ei tfeeir FAMILIES, aad afl that they haid atost dear ia Efe whea they tifaed
their aaaes as officers ef the COMANCHE-EASTLAND OIL COMPANY
lo PROTECT YOU as far as it is HUMANLY POSSIBLE against aar db
crepaBCMx. OPP A T TQE They have GUARANTEED to drifl FOUR WELLS at a cost of FORTY
DULHUOEi SIX THOUSAND DOLLARS EACH, to be dr&d by the HUGHES-
O'ROURKE CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, anoat the fereanst caatract.
kg farau ia this ceaatry.
The acreage selected by the COMANCHE-EASTLAND (ML COMPANY to
' drill its FUtST WELL is located ia the heart of the fassoss DESDEMONA
POOL aad right near some af Bs BIGGEST GUSHERS.
We ashed yoa to haSre yaw Bank ar Banker wire aay CeawerciaJ kstitB
tiM or Baak ia DaBas, Texas, for the repntatioa af the Dsfectors f this
coawaay DO YOU SUPPOSE FOR ONE MINUTE we woU d,..
do tins bhIcss they woali staad the test?
ONLY A LIMITED AMOUNT OF STOCK FOS SAT.? AT $1.50.
Wire Year Orders or Have Yoar Broker Do So.
E. R. EVANS
Mffls BHg. Phone 2464. El Paso, Tex.
SE!kD n YOl H ORDER JSOTV TO CAT
- R. BVliJ CO.
Mina BSaE. B PSM. TtiM.
TTaiHsta bt ekeek far S
Kater x aaylseatt'j. for h.ree
Cwaaeae-Fat.inl oil re. at StJM per ahare,
fallr M mm swa-aasewable.
II. P. D. r SrreeT .
Towa aaa 'taf. ...
WM REER1B THF. RIGHT TO BEIT YD
THIS MO.NEi II CUE OF OVEBMlt.
that a-rt otbr --r itmr; "n'" they
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