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. r v 4 wc' .iivBpwcui, several pre-
i3Íihte.: réóól,;tÍMÍ the problem
ÍÉjtf i?gi& :M''lyi" rhere will be.
Wlj9'Ñ" -ií-ppkttok to- wn it official re-
II'L ; V,;vy3uT;TirQ w ashington, there fore,
, ; u'uwv.itjis tan am gr tue latest and
1 ; . MÍ OSt. positive assertions that the
v: ,4 evil has been overcome. On the
2d instant it was telegraphed
-from Salt Lake that Prof. W. H.
. . Holm an, one of the experts of the
department of agriculture, who!
" 1 has been conducting- experiments
011 arid land, near that city, has
discovered a process b' which the
alkali ma)7 be removed from soil"
- and the land made as perfect for
agricultural purposes as if it had
never contained the alkali. It j
was quite unnecessary for the dis
patch to add that "the success of
. the tests mean that millions of 1
acres of now worthless land in j
the west will be reclaimed if this
It is to be observed, however
.tli at Professor Hollinan himself
:" refuses to talk on the subject, but
reters questioners to tais superiors
at Washington. It is to be cloubt
ed whether any more effective
method can be devised for dealing
with alkali than the process al
ready lamiliar to practical irri
gators namely, the process of;
washing the deleterious substance
from the soil by careful irrigfa
.tion. Albuquerque Citizen.
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tQ W. WOODS, Pres. ffi;.IKBIDS, ''tWffm - f
rny cían & surgeon or , Uity Attorney for tats Town
the ünitGtl verde Copper Co. of Jerome,
and Q. V. & P. Ry. Arizona.
Gold & Copper M
. A CORPORATION
Capital Stuck $1,000,UUO. One Million Shares. Par Value $1.00 Bach.
' Fully Paid Up and Non-Assessable.
MINES IN THE GREAT JEROME -
1 fc-'rii v'
At 5 Cents a Share
tFrj restricted Forest Reserve
Xftncls, hig-liest cash prices paid.
Also have Restricted lands for
sale. Correspondence solicited
and cheerfully answered.
: H. Clark, Holl?ryook, Ari.
WHAT WF HAF Have oiffht full claims 100 acres in the GREAT JEROMJ2,
W I IM I VV L. I IM V L A kjZONA, MINING DISTRICT, on the same mineral belt as SENA
TOR Y. A. CLARK'S UNITED VERDE MINE IS LOCATED. The organizers of the eompuny
were the original locators and kave deeded over the property to the company.
The locators have, up to this time, put their own money into it. The work on the prop
erty has got to a point where the work is now more expensive, and it is for that reason that
the company is piacing this block of stock on the market. Assays from the outcropping oh
this property gave
h J i -y"
Returns of $125 Per Ton, Mostly in Gold. Í 7
It is to tap this ledge that the main tunnel on the Eureka group is now bping run. If, whon
this ledge is out by the tunnel, the values are one-half what they are on the top, and the lodge
holds its size, the
Eureka Stock Will Be Worth More than $1.00 per Share
In buying ISurokn stock now at b cents per share you get in on the ground floor
Only 100,000 Shares Will be Sold at 5 cents
This company does not c'aim to have a developed mine with ore enough in sight with which tc
run a smelter, but we do claim to have one of the best prospects in the great Jerome Mining
district and because it is only as yet a prospect Í8 the reason that we are offering our stock at
the low price of 5 cents per shaxe. All of the money derived from the salo of this bloek of stoek
will be put into actual development work on the property. Our ofllcials receive no salaries
and we pay no commissions to brokers. All our stock is sold through our general offices ir
Jerome. If you win in a proposition like this you win heavy. Think it over.- The miners who
located thin group jiro putting their time and money iuto it.
Every stockholders, no matter how small his holding, will
receive monthly reports of progress in development.
Ior further information, or in writing for stock, address
Eureka Gold and Copper Mining Company, :
, A CORPORATION .
Jerome, Yava pai, Co. Arizona-