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The oasis. [volume] (Arizola, Ariz.) 1893-1920, September 03, 1904, Image 3

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Saturday, Sept, 3, 1904.
MINING NEWS.
Tucson Star: There was some
very rich oil sand brought in from
Mammoth yesterday, The sand
was taken from beneath the kao
lin deposit and when a match is
applied it will blaze until the oil
lias been consumed. It is said an
expert in oil pronounced the pre
sence of this sand as a certain in
dication of petroleum not deeper
than five hundred feet.
mlty wa v r i.u.c .1 f heavy -x
; pff,f,;iri'l f'. j 1 v, tiOtwitfHtaridij'tf
( rf tit r;itn, thf undrroufid
conditioiin in th"Tojfibtotie!oni!ol-
idatffl are more encouraging than
i at any previous -tt' of their
'operations. Few people ever top
S ped to consider what it coats to
heat up that stream of four mil
lion gallons of water that flows
daily away from the mine, and
elevate the game over 700 feet.
Now that the mine is being un
covered, the company will soon
begin to get its money back.
Clifton Era: The Home Copper
; Co., board of directors held an im
portant business meeting on lues
day evening last and made a deal
with John Molder whereby they
transferred ten of their gold mine
claims to him for 75,000 shares of
Home Copper Co., stock which will
he turned back to the treasury of
Globe Belt: Fred G. Pendleton,
clerk for the Lake Superior & Ari
i, packing up the company's re-1 ir mVt e claims pur
eords and office furniture for ship-! chased by Mr. Molder are known
ment to Florence, where the office ! fs th? Buzzard's Shadow group
will I located in the future. The i looted m the Copper mountain
. ..... 1 ..,,...1 ,. 1 ! district about three miles from
Cla Industrial y Explotadora do Maderas.
Lumber of all Kinds. Ucctric Lilit Plant and Ice Factory,
Door and Sash f actory. Foundry Brass and Iron.
Guayrnau, Sonora, Mexico,
Nogales Livery, Feed & Sale Stable.
A. L. PECK, Proprietor.
. POTRERO AVENUE.
The Finest Conveyances, The Best Horses, Careful Drivers.
Special Attention Given to Parties Going to Outlying
Mining Camps.
Telephone
Hani Main 711.
Telephone
llovso Main uGii
XOGALISS, ARIZONA.
and corral at the Florence depot, ot "v , : "JW " VV v
the Phoenix tfc Eastern railroad, he claims are the buzzard . fcha
nnd expect to have a residence and Conqueror, - Lillian, Gimmi,
aflice building ready in a month, j Cracker Jack, Central I oint, Oil e,
1 Katv, Roosevelt -.and: Globe. Mr.
Graham Bulletin: Anotherstrike ! Molder intends to drive the Lillian
is reported in the Chirieahua moim-1 tunnel right on through' the. moun
tains, near the town of San Simon. J tain. This tunnel is already in
This find is only one mile from the j about 300 feet and in a body of low
King of Lead mine, which J. M. j grade free milling ore which runs
Burk recently sold to a Montana .from $4 to $5 per ton, and John is
capitalist ior a big figure. This j confident of cross-cutting a very
find is a lead ore and carries large j rich body of ore farther in. He
values' in gold and silver and is also will continue sinking the old
located in what is called Wood j shaft .on the Buzzard Roost claim
canon, fifteen miles from San J which some eighteen years ago
Simon station. A prospector, who 5 furnished much ore which was
opened the vein, brought im. sam-j shipped to Denver netting about
pies of the ore, -which shows very j $50 per ton.
high grade lead, running as high';
;is seventy per cent lead and carry-
liver, j
it rs if '
wi ".lamps- v 1 .0
A I ii
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
CLOTHING SND GROCERIES.
PROPRIETORS OF THE CLOTHING FACTORY
A I 1ST D U S T R I A ,
. '" Local Aent; for the
BANK OF LONDON. and. MEXICO
HERMOSILLO, SON., MEX.
injr sold and
Subscribe for Tine Oasis.
Arizona & Colorado R. R
TIME CARD. No. 3
Effective November 1st, 19i3.
Ar. 3:
4:10 P. if,,. Lv. Cochise
4::;: . Nervosa . .
5:00 Ar. Pearce. La. 2:30
Connections at Cochise vvitli S. P. 11. R.
I'j-V.i HAVI".,.!if, E. A, McFaRLAND,
General .Msrr. Asst. Gen. Mgr.
Lna Angeles, Crtl. Nco, Ariz.
Tucson Star: Speaking of the i
koalin deposits near Mammoth, S
Wm. Atchley states that if the j
kaolin is pulverized and boiled in)
oil it .'makes a fine paint, and when j
applied to the walls of a house it
is certain antidote for all kinds of
insects, including ants. No insect
life will exist near the koalin paint
or wash. It is also a fact that no
kind of insect life has ever been
seen about the kaolin deposit.
Here is a pointer for some scientist
in look into. The. naint nronosi-
lion might prove a source of profit J p M PeiRio
to anv who might take it up andjiso at.
uete riuine ll viuut- us ii
21 P. M.
GulltS'
Fornisliiiuj
GOOliS, EtG.
1. CARPBNA.- CO.
The Internationa
Store
. O. Box 14 0.
Xornlcst Arizitnn.
Cananea, Yaqui River &. Pacific R. R. Co.
Time Curd No, ?..
Effective 12:01 . in. January 1
10:S0a.m. Lv. Kaeo Ar.
11 :o5 Saa Jose
11:26 Villrt. Verle
Cfinanea
Lv.
VM)i.
4:00 p.m.
3::-52
S:lt)
2:43"
2:)..
2:10
Asst.Oen, Mgr.
H. J. Temple,
Superintendent.
Globe Register: A discovery of
molybdenum has been made about
two miles north of the Berkley
mine in the Cedar district. The
veins are immensely large, one of
them being twenty or thirty feet in
width and"rises above the canon to
a height of fully two hundred feet.
The surface ores carry high values
in copper, but at the cation level
the copper cuts out and molybde
num of an exceedingly high grade
comes in. On the walls of the
veins are to be found large flakes
of pure sulphur, evidently leach
inga from the molybdenum. This
discovery of molybdenum is the
first made in Arizona and is con
sidered of great importance.
Tombstone Prospector: Condi
tions in the Tombstone Consoli
dated are gratifying. The battle
against water in overwhelming
quantities has been fought and won.
A pluckier struggle has never been
put up in the history of the in
dustry on the Pacific coast. Ample
means, conspicuous ability upon
the management, and above all,
unflinching confidence in the out
come, have all contributed to this
happy result. Inch by inch the dif
Sonora Railway.
New dally PaMpajrer Train service through
between -NogHles nod iiuitruias.
South
STATIONS.
North
6:35 A, M.
8:20
9:02
9:30
10:06
1100
11:59
12;20 P. M,
1:11
2:10
2.20
3;24
4:40
5:50
Ar.
Nogales.
Imurls.
Magdalena
Santa Ana.
Llano.
Querobabl.
Carbo.
Pesquelra,
Hermoslllo.
Torres
OrtU.
Guaymas,
7:20p.m
5.13
5:03
4:26
3:58
3:21
2:2f
1:25
1:05
8:44
11 20
11:10
9:54
8:43
7:30a. m.
Reports on Mining
Properties Invest
igation ot Titles.
Surveying, Surface
and Underground.
STANLEY H. PEARCE,
Consulting and Mining Engineer.
MAGDALENA, SONORA, MEX.
References s
Boston avid Colorado Smelting Co, Denver, Colo,
firn National Bant, Nogales, Arizona
Hai.oo ie Sonora, Hcrinosillo, Sonora.
M.Latzyllno., Bankers, Magdalena, Sonora.
BKDKOKD MCNEI1 COUK.
1
i(h i- '
Wo f IcTs
VIA EL PASO ROUTE
Sonora Time,
x Dining Stations.
Pullman Sleepers are attacbed to these
trains. , ,
Trains makes connection at Torres with
Torres & Prietas Kailroad, leaving at 8:00 a.
m. and p. m. dally for Colorada, and Minas
Close connection Is made at Guaymas with
Pacific Coast Steamship Company s steamer
"Curacao" sailing the ITt-h of each month for
Altata, Maiatlan.CapeSt. Lucas, Magdalena
Bay and Ensenada; as well as with of tbe
L. A. Martlnei Steamship Line, and others
lines calling at tbU port.
For pnrtieuiars adire-5. J. A. NAIGLE,
Oen'l Pass. Ag't. Gaaymai, Sonora, Mex.
exas
acific Railway
Die Texas and Pacific and Iron Mountain route is the short line from El Paso, Southern
New Mexico and Arizona points to St Louis. Standard and tourist sleepers daily Iroraal
points on Southern Pacific, Los Angeles and east to St. Louis via above route without
change. Solid vestibuled trains currying standcrd and tourist sleepers: also free reclining
chair chtsKI Paso to St. Louis without change. Exceedingly low rates. For full particu
lars call on your local agent or address r y CURTIS, Southwestern Passenger Agent.
L G LFQN'AKP, ' El Paso, Texas.
Traveling Passenger Agent. E, P. TURNER, Gen. Passenger and Ticket Agent.
El Paso, Texas, Dallas, Texas.
NO TROUBLE TO ANSWER QUESTIONS.
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