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TIIE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN MONDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 21, 1908.
8 FOR MARICOPA I.I ' IUI1H ft W v i orvmn-vivMrn PINAL 1 i i ARRCtiEH I BOUSE THE CtNIER (rt RICH MINING FIELD Great Mineral Country for Miles in Every Direction The Little Butte and Flying Dutchman Producing Good Ore. (By Tom Shultz.) Wickenburg, Sept. 19. (Special cor respondence of The Republican.) In a recent issue of The Republican. Fitz Jlac, the noted mining writer and gen erally accepted authority on copper, gave iuite a dissertation on the fu ture greatness of Rouse, situated in northern Yuma county, on the A. & (' railroad thirty-five miles from Parker. During a recent visit of the writer, he was granted the privilege of a one day's visit in a portion of this great field of promise, so enthusiastically descriled by Fitz-Mac, and fumi the limited information obtained heartily coincides with the gentleman's views. iStill. the country is in a very primi tive form of development, but when openings have been made few if any, are barren of results. Sunday last the writer climbed up on the seat of the ore wagon by the side of Tom Rouse and was interest ingly entertained throughout the jour ney of six miles to his Flying Dutch man mine, located directly west of Gold Dust the composite cleanser We would be forced to enlarge our factories many times if Gold Dust was used for ALL the purposes in the homes where it is already used for SOME purposes. When you use Gold Dust the composite cleaner you do not need to use borax, ammonia, kerosene or naphtha. Please read the direc tions on the package. Gold Dust is safe, econom ical and harmless to hands or fabrics. Bouse io the low breaks of the Plu mosa range. Mr. Rouse was the first settler in the section which now bears his name and besides his home, he has secured the best mining properties lo cated in the immediate vicinity. To the writer he said: "McMahon and myself had two years to make our se lection and we are satisfied with the results." Indeed, they should be, when today they are the only ones in an immense belt of locations surrounding them that are delivering the goods in the form of shipping high grade ore from their two groups, the Flying Dutchman and Little Butte. The "Dutc hman" comprises five claims and ts developed by several shallow open ings and two working shafts which are now down forty and fifty feet respect ively. In the forty-foot shaft sinking is now progressing on a body of two feet of ore that samples 13 jer cent copper and better than $7 gold per ton, with a small amount of silver. The vein struc ture of this property is lime and iron through which quartz appears in parallel veins: the general forma tion being andesite. On this property no less than six openings covering a space of over 4(10 feet in length proves the existence at least of four parallel quartz dikes within a width of 1J0 feet. How much farther to the east, if any, the vein extends, is yet to be deter mined. At the surface and for the first few feet in a majority of these veins the ore is red oxide carrying much free gold. This ore is called by some, vol canic mud. With a depth of ten feet or less, the ore changes to quartz and at the depth of the present workings carries values as stated above. To the east about one-half mile from the above mentioned working, a second vein system is located. A large lime carbonate dike shows two strong cop per veins in close association, the ex act width being hard to determine ow ing to erosion. An opening bade on this vein is all in copper, which looks good, but more depth will have to be gained before its merits can be estab lished. The Little Butte group is located a mile and a half north of the Dutch man and is the most northern point of the Plurnosa range. In the fifty-foot shaft a body of high grade ore four feet thick is now being mined which rune 15 per cent copper and $10 in gold per ton. Ore is now being shipped from both properties and as to quality there is none finer along the line. GOLDEN SLIPPER. The Golden Slipper group, compris ing twenty claims, is located about two miles south of the "Dutchman." t'opper and gold ore shows on the ma jor portion of these claims and there are many places on the same that in vite development. The property be longs to John R Parker of Rouse and it for sale. COPPER GLANCE. A group of three claims recently lo cated by St. K. Owen and St. E. Enos of Rouse. The property lies six miles south of Bouse. A ten inch streak of ore developed in the vein assays 20 per cent copper, $40 gold and 10 ounces in silver to the ton. There are many other properties tributary to Bouse, that are worthy of mention, but for lack of Information pertaining to them, they will have to be passed up at this time. While there is not much activity at Rouse at the present time, its residents are looking forward to a prosperous fall and winter. o 10 bars Rorax Soap Tuesday, 2Tc. McKee's Cash Store. WRITE THE ARIZONA SCHOOL OF MUSIC FOR CATALOGUE AND OTHER DESCRIPTIVE LITERATURE. MRS. SHIRLEY CHRISTY, DIRECTOR. I YOU CAN COUNT THE DIFFERENT MAKES OF THE HIGH-GRADE PIANOS ON YOUR FINGERS THE AGENCY FOR SUCH WELL KNOWN MAKES AS THE WEBER, STEIN WAY, VOSE, BALDWIN, ETC, CAN BE PROCURED ONLY AFTER A LIFE TIME OF SUCCESSFUL, DIGNIFIED AND ONE PRICED MERCHANDISING. REMEMBER, WE PAY NO RENT. TO BUY FOR CASH IN CAR LOAD LOTS PERMITS US TO UNDERSELL ANY OTHER DEALER. OUR GUARANTEE PROTECTS YOU. EXPERT TUNING. SPECIAL MONDAY LACE CURTAINS. A handsome new line of Lace Curtains, either white or ecru, full 3 yards long and well worth $1.25 a pair as they are marked. Bon't fail to get yours Monday at the sale price. 99c Pair SPECIAL MONDAY BLACK TAFFETA SILK. A bright, handsome, lustrous Silk, full 34 Inches wide and a regular $1.25 value. You'll save just 50c a yard by taking ad vantage of Monday's special price. No phone orders taken or samples given. 75c Yard YOU CANT AFFORD TO 1SS THIS BIG SHOE SALE Women's Shoes One lot of Women's High Shoes in either vicl! patent kid or velour calf. - Made with turned soles and sold regularly at $:100 and $3.50. Small sizes only in this lot. Special $1.79 Pair Boys' Shoes Good Stylish Shoes, blucher cut, made of excellent tan vici kid. AH sizes from 2'4 to Si in this lot and a regular $2.25 grade. Save money Monday by shoeing that boy here. Men's Slippers Men's comfortable H Slippers In black, red, tan, blood, brown and black sizes. These slippers are worth what they're mark $1.50 a pair but you can them Monday at 98c Pair Men's Shoes One lot of Men's Plain Toe, Blucher Cut Shoes, made of fine black vicl kid. Light weight, stylish and serviceable the kind you pay Jli.no a pair for anywhere. Monday's special price $1.48 Pair $2.15 Pair use I well S v Ji Women's Shoes Women's $3.50 quality Black Vicl Kid Shoes, with turned soles, all new lasts. We have every size In this lot and they should sell rapidly at Monday's special price $2.23 Pair Women's Shoes Blucher Cut, High Shoes, made of fine black vicl kid with half double soles. These shoes are made for durability and are the regular $1.75 grade. We have all sizes and they will be on sale Monday at Women's Oxfords Made of fine black vicl kid In the popular blucher style with large eyelets. Sold all over the country at $1.50 a pair. You'll find all sizes here Monday and the price is only 98c Pair Boys' Shoes Boys' $2.50 School Shoes, made of box calf in all sizes. If your boy needs new shoes for the opening of school this is the place to bring him Mon day. Special 89c Pair $1.73 Pair LITTLE WOMEN'S SKIRTS SPECIAL MONDAY SPECIAL 1I0NDAY-DRESS GOODS We have Just opened up this line of Skirts and as the name signifies they are for little women and misses. All the season's favorite styles and fabrics will be found among them, but of course they are all small sizes. One style in this line which will undoubtedly prove popular In Phoenix Is the Directolre "Americanized." Look them over Monday. Ladies' Linen Suits A big line of linen jacket suits here marked $11.00 and $12.50 each; colors pink, brown, light blue, white and black and white. Your choice Monday only A big line of Novelty Wool Dress Goods, mostly checks, marked 60c a yard in this lot. We want to liven things up a little in the dress goods department Monday, so we've placed this entire line on the bargain table at, Monday only $3.50 to $16.50 39c Yard No phone orders or samples. Special Monday DRESS GOODS. We have picked out a lot of dark novelty wool fabrics for quick selling today. They're the regular $1.25 and $1.50 qualities 45 inches wide. Don't overlook this lot when you're in. Special price Monday only 75c Yard Special Monday LADIES' HANDKERCHIEFS. Ladies' Hemstitched Hand kerchiefs, made of linen cam bric and a regular 12iic. qual ity. Weil have to limit the number to each customer today to one dozen. Perhaps you can use some for the opening of school. Monday's special price Jhc Each Special Monday CREAM BATISTE.!- All Wool Cream Batiste, 42 inches wide, tropical weight and a beauty for evening gowns. Regularly sold at $1.00 yard, but for Monday only you may buy it at 72c Yard Special Monday HUCK TOWELS. Kxtra Large White Linen Huck Towels, sold the year round at 60c a pair. If you need some new towels and would like the kind that will wear and wear, these will please you. Not more than a dozen to a customer at Mon day's price. Special Monday BATES' SEERSUCKERS. . Several hundred yards of short lengths here in all the desirable checks and stripes. You all know the quality of Bates' Seersuckers they are sold everywhere at 15c a yard. Just for Monday you can buy them here for 10c Yard Special Monday PORTIERES, ETC. We want to close out all these Portieres and Couch Cov ers in a hurry, consequently you may pick out nny Couch Cover or pair of Portieres Mon day and it's yours for exactly Special Monday BED SPREADS. One lot of hemmed honey comb Bed Spreads here, marked 75c each. We cannot sell more than two to a customer at Mon day's special sale price of 49c Each Special Monday PAJAMA FLANNEL. This Flannel Is made espe cially for Pajamas and the pat terns are therefore more appro priate than in other goods. A big variety of dainty stripes in all the popular colors. This cloth is supposed to sell at 20c a yard. Special Monday like Each Price like Yard Special Monday BLEACHED MUSLIN. The famous "1492" brand, 2G Inches wide, with special soft finish for family use. You all know what this muslin is worth so you'll appreciate what a bar gain we're offering you Monday at 7c Yard Special Monday LADIES' HOSE. One lot of Ladies' Fine Silk Finished Lisle Hose in brawn, grey, green, wine and tan. These are the standard 35c values and we have them in all sizes. Pick them out Mon day for. 25c Pair THE NEW "SOPHOMORE" CLOTHING FOR FALL TWrOND AY marks the opening of the Fall Season in our Men's Cloth- i ing Department and we will be pleas ed to have you call and inspect the new line of "Sophomore" Suits. These suits are distinctly differ ent from most ready-made garments being the advanced fashion-thought of New York's crack custom tailors harmoniously cut, perfect as to pat terns and right as to style. Don't buy a new suit until you have see these $20:00 to $32:50 5 L IJ 1 THE NEW HAWES HATS $30 That's the price of the "Hawes" and you're guaranteed your money back if it does not give you better all around satisfaction than comes with hats offered at nearly twice the $3.00 price. The new Fall line is here ready for your inspection Monday. Don't you need one? The New Fancy Vests" Are Here We have Opened for yourapproval Monday the very best showing of fancy vests we have ever shown. Strictly up to the minute in style and faultlessly tailored of the best fabrics in a large variety of smart patterns that reflect credit on the makers "knack" of selection. All sizes in either the washable kind or those of fancy worsteds. Better get yours before the prettier ones are sold. . $1:50 to $60 Redewill's The Home of Everything Musical.