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The oasis. [volume] (Arizola, Ariz.) 1893-1920, May 06, 1905, Image 2

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SattinLly, May 6, 1905
MIMING NEWS.
Prescott Courier: Jamea Doug
las, Jr., of the Commercial Mining
Company, ainil one 0! the foremost
mining men in the territory, is
here from Douglas to look after
the company's mining interests
hereabouts, which interests in
clude the Senator properties, upon
which a tunnel is now being run.
He notes an ever increasing ad
vancement. Douglas Dispatch: Word was re
ceived here yesterday that J. R.
Knowles, who recently resigned
his position as superintendent of
the Chiricahua Development Com
pany, will take charge of the
Ryder-Smith property near Para
dise. It is understood that this
has become a very valuable prop
erty owing to a recent discovery of
a high grade body of ore.
Prescott Courier: Merchant Ed.
Block is having a very promising
copper prospect, on the plain seven
miles west of Jerome Junction, de
veloped by contract work. The
water coming in has forced the
workers to suspend operations tem
porarily. The property is located
in a great copper district and has
the indications of a mine. Mr.
Block has just returned from a
visit to the property.
Journal-Miner: A. C. Barrage,
who is being sued with Thomas V.
Luwson in New York for $480,215
on a mining deal, is not unknown
in Yavapai county. About five
years ago he purchased eighteen
mining claims near Wickenburg
from George P. Hamly n for $40,000.
Several eastern parties were inter
ested with him. Development
work was done on the property
under contract with Nelson broth
ers, but at present the. mine is
idle.
Globe Belt: J. H. Thompson ar
rived home several days ago from
Superior, where he went after the
adjournment of the legislature, to
look after his mining property. He
has four claims adjoining the Gib
son property, and situated on the
Superior mineral belt, which are
promising prospects. The Gibsons
are sinking a shaft on their prop
erty, and are taking out fine ship
ping ore from an old tunnel. The
ore carries good values in gold and
copper.
Yuma Sentinel: The Castle
Dome Mining Company, operating
thirty miles north of Yuma, now
employs eighteen men. The com
pany is not only adding new
claims to its holdings but is busy
on those heretofore worked. Fifty
feet has been sunk on a double
compartment shaft every month
since this company began opera
tions, and the pay ore is showing
up in a satisfactory, way. The
body of carbonates looks good.
The last assay indicated eight per
cent copper, $6 in gold and 22
ounces silver.
Journal-Miner: Manager Reese
of the Anderson Metals Extraction
Company came in yesterday after
noon from the Big Bug section to
arrange for the purchase of mach
inery for a plant to be installed at
the Model mine to handle the tail
ings there. He expects to have
the cyanide plant, which will ex-j
tract gold from the Model tailings,
t u y f r ' f f !-.!) in lliir! V '! - '.', j
'I bn Aid-r-".fi romp-joy r-f t.tly j
t uU t" into ft ( f.fitr.H vvitli t!" j
Mmhl fornpinv to h.widh' all
i! tulif.K'" for twi'iity-IWf and
fifty fiiM p r ton, according to
their location.
Bibee Review: At Wolverine V.
Arizona the big drift is in a little
over 7f0 feet. The showing in
this drift continues to show favor
ably and to pass up a little en
couragement all the time. The
drift from the 300 level is no v, in
about 200 feet. There is much ex
pected from this drift. The out
look now is that it will be the first
to catch ore. About 200 feet be
yond the present end of the drift
there is a big fault that looks ex
ceedingly good and it is confident
ly expected that when this is
reached ore will be at hand. The
formation that is being gone
through now gives every reason
for confidence in this opinion.
Besides this fault there are several
others that the drift will encoun
ter, among them being that which
has played so prominent a part
with the success of the Czar.
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General Brokerage and
Commission Business.
Collections carefully made ; and
promptly accounted for. -Real
Estate, Insurance and Exchange.
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FORTY-FIFTH YEAR.
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$3 PER YEAR POSTPAID.
SEND FOH SAMPLK COPT.
lining Scientific Press
ZZ0 MAItKET ST.. SAN FHANCTSC0. CAL.
We want ijou to Know
if you are contemplating the purchase of min
ing property-that we are in a position to
supply you either in Arizona or Mexico
or if" you have mines to sell that we can
place you in touch with a purchaser..
We gUHrantee fair treatment to both parties.
Arizona Mex;co investment Company,
NOG ALES. ARIZONA.
n -tin i j n u i
Cattle Halters and Dealers.
lblisaie ami RHail Dealers in -
Gvttvral McruhnntHo, Grtivcrlas, Jrov IsUtttm,
Crookerv Harness, Hardware and Mining Stippttomm
Agents for Kannebcrg Roofing & Ceiling IV, Canton, Ohio.
M0RLEY AVENUE, NOCALES, ARIZONA
Dry Goods and
Groceties.
F R7T7'7r, Mining Supplies,
BL BSZHR Powder, Fuse,Etc.
RAMON ESQUBR
Agent "Banco Occi
dental" and "Mutual
Life Insurance Co."
La Colorada and Primavera, Sonora. Foreign Exchange
branch AT MAG0ALENA. Bought and Sold.
Gi
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ardiner, VV orthen &
(joss Co.
FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOPS.
Mining and General Machinery.
Air Pipe a Specialty. Electric Blasting Machines.
Lubrication Oils and Paints Snell and Pierce Bicycles.
G U X HA L M INB
AA'D MILL SUPPLIES.
Tucson, Arizona.
UOtjiJu THE BEST MADE 0M EARTH. LXa h k -1
ERMOSILLO BEER.
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FOR SALE EVERYWHERE.
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Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes,
Groceries, Hay, Grain, Flour,
Etc. Liquors. Family Trade
Supplied.
Agont for Wtihnrd Sowlnac
Afrtcifjes.
Nogales
Arizona.
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BANCO CANANEA
Department of Cananea Consolidated Copper Co., S. A.
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ananGa,
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onora,
Transacts a general banking business.
Drafts issued on all parts of the world.
COLLECTIONS OUR SPECIALTY
STAFF
W. C. GREENE, President.
I. MA CM ANUS Cashier
F. E. BEECHER Assistant Cashier
CORRESPONDENTS
1 National Shoe fc Leather Bank, N. York.
Anglo-Cahfornian Bank, San Francisco
Banco de Sonora, Ilernumillo.
' H. L.Wiechers, City of Mexico.
P
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CARPENA O CO.
NOGALES.
L . KER3PHERp '
MECHANICAL AND CIVIL ENGINEER.
REPORTS on titles to Sonora
lands and makes surveys for
patent to government lands.
ENGINEER to estate of Gen.
Francisco Olivaren, owner of
Demaeias in Hermosillo, Ures
and Altar Districts
Hermosillo, Sonora.

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