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0, l I II I V hi 1 U A oure frraoe creani of is world-wide. No alum, There to never a ques tion as to the absolute purity hfealthitaH ness of thcf cod it raised. ' n olr: PUBLISHED EJVERY (THURSDAY. CHAS. L SfUTH, bc copy ooc year. .... .$1.00 ' One cepf ix tacatbi . - M - .50'' One copy, toe months... 2S . In Canada, $1.50 per year. All subscriptions are payable stricfly n advance. , Entered at the postolSaili'Bakter Springs,. Kaasaaftecond , class mail THURSDAY, - FEBRUARY 4, 1909. NEWS FROM THE MINES- d it- . Ziae Mason j -yrt Old Abe ? t E. F. Sweeney It7.3 Good Lnck A. W. Abrwni AaJ Omaha Lead Mi4 Total aal 'fS? Value; tine, $J.4: fZ $6,339. ' " formetlj-tne Vireinia is preparing for a ffoodl run from its property this year. A new shaft is being snflk ,to the west of theHeap:p,Brifcn diggings, which. MjneMfaftfie ore. . The Little Maxine is into its ore at 160 feet. TWdrillinjf showed a bed of 36 feet.m thckr. ness on this lease. The Common Law has , started tip under new management and from the amount of ore developed this property is looked up to as one of the coming producers M the camp. West of the Black Jack prop erty the Eastern" Mining Compa ny is developing a great body of high grade ore.'; The lOTtf showed forty feet M rieS or at the ninety-foot level. Ollis A Hudson arccisSieU ;th the Mason oroperty. which they havetrndsr kSM-tSsr- former company. We umiemana uw are eepotiaunz for otner nTt ia the Ctap.' Thri-e aiaftS STB being on the Black Jack lease. ' to the south of the Swseney mill, where hrgs. dill is.Uiflg iniuuea. immense, feed of ore and .the i com- M. ah! t.ieass is otlhicsr the deveicpoesi a iui u is. 'U ana utuucj Caulkiss&': Coi,1 woTkicg Hhe Joanna mine, arc.--wj wcM i tfith ca n i ri: ir : . Editor andOwjicr. V.J matter. . showing-TipTJemarkabljrilir" a the development is, feeing pusnea to the southeast, as well as to the . northeast; TThis: company ' ef rt ' A . new shaft ioitv the north of the present workings at a point that will give the deepest ore on theieSsei;: i' Two cars of Einc ore are being produced by the Good Luck per week, and, ;s the. development is orovine uo a laree deposit of verv rich ore on this lease. Adam Kabr isWloing' vwell- at lap tim Ape juine anu is lutuuiu in.ore each weekt -This property nas Deen pui mio cxteiicni ton dition since Mr. Kahr has taken it up, and we look for a, most successful, "year as the results of his efforts from this property. Joining ; the Old -Abe -to the west Sweeney & Sons are vdqmg well with their property. It has hfPfTrunmne' verv steadilv" dur ing the past year and has made a pood record. The last week this orooertTtJ turned in 1 127(220 pounds of zinc ore, which topped theimarket in prite. :w( . a jt i r: . J :1 ment is being pushed to connect th smith ah a ft with the north sh'afi at theiniH, at'1 which point it is expected .to raise all the ore ffom-the twosections-yf he un- dergfacy.ijJttPmtl-tTh m & r a 1 lA 0 n mill has been put into first class hoS'iackwoodrmanacrer of thc-.Whiter3ffU.iHbn wl-i. t j r-- 1.... .1,. CaSLiuaa A4&nu w icaoc, is iwaEri filri'irnoj showin ir and' is work-1 ing'k SteadriyV 'producing 'onVJtg two cars oi ore per ween, ouau No'i is,, behig deyeloped .and as soonaaaxije-Tmaja'arf penis en datmtered in tbisiiiewi dvlob; ment, itis expected to tur th'e' mill rdcuble shift, aflT f rom the' tantuu u uB uc&u uuui, ii Walo tliftTllef that this tJrtd- erty has alongaife before iiu'i (Life GriSth'repbrri g'oodtprb-' 16 - pt- w miwvj'wiui Huuw- mill litis lKcaa tuv uioi vibm r tv.Mi . - w y shape and ia..qow4 ready; to tale' 'to i remit;5c extra with their.vsub lcarfe1o''alf ttre hit that can be scription fojeoverpostage. :. flte Luther Minin? Company leak notthjof the lian caster. Tbu lease comprises' 20 acres,which has been drilled .v... r 7 . . with ffrcdllfcnt results. It takes in the draw. between the Lancas ter on the South and the Omaha on the' north; and is one of the exceptions' in the camp, of rich ore.bejng found in the low lands, l ( .'iL. L I- t Um wnuc, iaf. vg,rcai majuitijr wi best properties nave been demon strated on the knolls or high landj, f Another mill has cone into op eration in the Quapaw district beinir the "Golden HenM on the Baxter .Royalty Co's. land in the Miami camp. - This mill is just north of of the Miami-Yankee mill, put into commission during December last, on the same com pany's lands. Both the new in i lis ha ve been put up only a fter most extensive development worn was done underground, which in sures them an ample ore supply to keep the mills going contin uously. They are located in the center of the field and have a big deposit of pre developed on the lease as well as on the surround ing ground. - iA continuous stream of lead and zinc ores is being marketed from! the. Quapaw reservation, which is attracting the attention of the oldest camps in the South western district. The past week the Quapaw district, which in eludes- the .Baxter-Quapaw, Mi ami and Peoria camps, turned in i i.:t. t,.n..tt : iiq of lead, which brought $6,339 while the Miami camp turned in 409,242 pounds, of sine ore and 425.580 pounds of lead ore, which brought $17,431, making a total for, the Quapaw district of $23, 770 for the week. This out the Quapaw district third in the pro- auction iisi, oui oi sixteen uis tricts'1' reporting , for the week. The only camps that top this are Webb Citv-Carterville. with total' of $56,923, and the Joplin camp. :$38,388. It certainly is demonstrating the faith that the operators in this district have had during the years of the de velopm erpenod of these new camos and 'is now proving that their faith' was well placed, and that with a revival of normal conditions., the Quapaw district will push the oldest camps for first place in the production list. At shaft No. 3 on the Sun burst least J. C. Bryner is mak ice rood headway in mining ac cording to his own ideas of how the ground in the north camp should be mined. He is an ex- periencea miner ana as ne wurss in! the ground himself we feel that lie"; should know the best waV to f results. As after V. . J 1. i all, f it 'is the man who can mfne at a profit, who must be given (he credit for his genius. - warn ; : Very Popular Feature, The beautiful and durable 8- inch' shearS beinff tiven to the subscribers bf the News are prov. lEg very;, popular. i.uanjr lauica def lare them to be the best they have ever used.1 New subscribers ''''! ' ij: are'beTng, added .to our list, and old ones are renewing. ' The premium for either '.a new or old subscriber 4fi a pair of the shears. We.have; . a; big supply ,and will getmore if these run out. These shears couldnot'be bought at re tail.for .lesijtban 75c per pair. :.r. wPartics ata distance, are asked Wants 1q Lenient,1 Sheriff CHattdn has' a ; large !ii trU nf warrants for the ml iff. "-" -. " r , " . ' tion of personal taxes charged against - parties.; who. have neg- i.wu.iji r-.v -tance raade.to'him as , per no- htind'either cet the taoriev 6'Aaiie- tU'propertyV''; .. ' , .-jiqi Hatton'is a kind hearted, neiehbofly ''fellow who disHkes drastic methods and he is hold ing off a few days," even stretch ing the law, to avoid making it . ' , 7, , HU.vw. - notice should get busy, as' tie addition of the sheriff's mileage wilTadd considerably to costs Columbus Advocate. -t.XXW.U i We stilt say 'Vh ffir?- the facftiiat the ore Lies reports published, in the Joplwu jpapers each Sunday were, ainfair tQ.lUie Baxter Spnngs-Quapaw camp. and we still maintain 'if: Th News-Herald of Thutsday ' even ing made an; effort 4otntimate that the figures as! pnbbshefl were correct, . but operators, in .... Hi i.1..1 mis camp leu us lucre, dc mih made which never appear (ii the ore sales reports. This may not be the fault of .the Joplin papers. It may be the fault of the buyersr from wh6ra the Joplin papers gel statements of ore : sales," but the fact remains, nevertheless, the News-Herald. . to theijc6ntrary'. notwithstanding! that the Baxter Sbrinirs-Quapaw camp is not get ting its ore sales.. reports puW '. :trrt jl. 1a' I- lisuea. vvnere ioc Aiauu is, do not pretend to say, but soiner thincris wron?. The following is from the News-HeaTd of 'Jan: "It is a complaint of aMJaitet Springs newspaper that the Jop- hn papers tail ,. to give tue mu ore report from that camP'-Very consideratelv the newspaper re frains from declaring thaf the Joplin' publications 'are- Unfair, but the intimation is there never theless. For the enlightenment of Baxter Springs it can be, said that the ore statistics are. secured from the purchasers, and every turn-in thus secured is printed. If the buyers fail to make a com plete report it is riot because the" local papers are not desirous o havincr them do soy but: there i little doubt but that 'the full pur chases, as a mle,' are turned -in. Other instances of this kind have been called to' the attention 'Of the Joplin papers,, individual' op- . ' i ? ii.j ;j eraiors naring tiumcu luai.iucii turn-ius were not represented. in full. . .. . ... Y "Investigation in some of tbse instances has proven that the op erators desirei a: bigger, printed turn-in than was 'actually made'. By checking the figures'glven by individual companies 'wiih the figures tendered by the. ore buy ers it sometimes has occurred that the former have, been Aver) much the larger, . No pad.ded fig ures are , desired,., even r thougp they may bring the -year's, total ever, Baxter 'Springs' 'complaint may be' well founded:1 4 'An effdft will be made to see whether it is:" ; ' I' vis. , Terrlflo Wind s i That dreadful .wind "'which' swept over this" section of country last Thursday, flight and l.nday did not confine' itself, to this io cality by . a great , deal. Seyn states 1 were in tlje g'sp $t the gale, and much daintige resulted, following the wind.' which i first came irom me Mnw ' ii ''.' it. " 1 ' ' J ' around to the north, came a onz - tard. which recalled many such to the minds of' the old settleTS. In; the mining district "matry smoke stacks, tramways -arid -el evators are : wreck' as-1 a' 'result of thegale!; :'' ..'"" In Baxter, Springs ' trees - 'were damaffed,- many .roofs'" damate3; small buildings overturned?' Snd much other damage done;-'-.The barn on .the Henry Cutis.prop erty on River , street jwas i lownJ down and ..ruined, and all-over the town thewind-left evidence of its fury. r. Ur,j iv;,: ' ,un- In tUe w'estfand northwest:Ahe wind was especially, devastating, and was followed byj very severe cold. 'i Considering the damage done elsewhere,t Patter Springs rand this immediate tctipn of -totinify got off verjr.lucky . .; .Ty vi"y iU We understand some ' new rar- ties are figuring on taking old of the Mission mine. ' .We. hope ' . .. ..':. .l' ' - f . so, for tne Mission is too cooa a property to be allowed to Ue idle. Those havincr received son theChest Ask your "doctor the medical natne for a cold on the cnesr. Htfwill say.VBronchltis." Ask him if It Is ever serious. Laktly, ask him if he pre scribes Ayer's .Cherry Pec toral for 4y$ disease. Keep (a: close .toucb-wlth your faqily physiclan.,,, vers . W. mr. ftm ail jrow When you tell your doctor about tne bid tafttfrln votir mouth, lose of appetite for hrf-akfact -afid treflnent hiadicbea. and ' Vbcn be sees your coated tongue, he will work veil is such cues. ' - i lTr1ibTthJ.aiJWOfc.IwU. Baxter Produce -I ?! i v .'' COMPANY. . t.' ' li.". . Wants Tour ! j t Poultry, Eggs, Butter, Hides, At theluliest cash price. i n Successors to McGill & Brown. it 20A.eents are Wanted to sell a popular and necessary household article.' Call on S. W. Campbell at Campbell's drugstore. Here tsi a ichance to make some big smdeatjyujoney very quickly. .. ' ,i li t x. i . - .. - . . Ten Months Ont-of-Doors ,dAtSulphur Springs and.Na tiqnal Park, Sulphur, Oklahoma, winter is almost unknown there. Whether for health or recreation, it s worth yourvwbile to take a trip to Sulphur. Round trip fare $10.42. HRoand' "' trio' 'fare to "Rurelca Springs, Ark., $5. : Dates of sale- daily, tonal, return limit 90 from 'date of sale. ; - ' -r- IT , r, . . 7 'I1 i. l!-Ea'COVEY.Plr6i)rietor:- freHt Hoosehold Goods and ar deks pf afl kinds' hauled 'at reas- oilable rates'--. For Rent. , tow: tiis goo4 house, fine large , Jari excelleut', water; 125 acres' ; 1 tf (Cultivation; 27 acres of grass. baiancerpasture." Will rent cheap - fir cash. Call at this ofSce. Fok- evidence which will convict tba pprtj or;:partie who have beea iimagiog the property of the Oaz . trr" Telephone Company, by break. ing glaea inkdlatora or otherwlae. - i E. W. Dow. Manager. 'Pine school shoes and irood ' heavy work ehdfes at Pierce's, . coa ii p: "via ii J6 ' - - i '