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L PASO HERALD
8 Monday, January 10, 1910. Tims is the Test ! T Mining Rich Gold Is Found in the Old Black Mountain Camp. Activity has been resumed in the Or gan mountain disrrlct of New Mexico and fully 20 mines are" belns operated. G. TV. Kent has opened up some fine ore in the Dona Dora mine, the ore be ing high tenor in copper. Bight miners are -working in the mine doing annual assessment -work. Charles E. Rose has done the assess ment -work on the Hancock mine owned by Thomas Hollingshead, of the fct. T-n.Tii ainlw. -Democrat, and also on the Carrie owned by Bowman and Rose, of Las Cruces. John Dodd is doing annual assess ment work on the Ben NeTis mine and has opened up rich silver ore in both tunnels. This property is on the east ern slope of San Augustine peak, jnst over the divide east of Organ. The prop erty belongs to Charles Schrlner. of Kerrvilie. Tex. Strikes Good Streak. John Boney, in doing the assessment work on the Sunol mine in the old Black mountain gold camp, has opened up a six inch streak of ore that runs Tery high In gold. This is the mine that cre ated considerable excitement an the boom days about 16 years ago, "when there was a great rush to the Black mountain gold camp. The property was then owned by judge - . B. Fall and the late George TV. TVood, who erected a 10 stamp mill on tne property In the shaft extremely rich ore was found in the oxidized zone. Large bunches of talcose ore occurred that bristled with coarse gold. At the 150 level an im mense flow of water was struck and the ore became sulphide. On-account of the waiter, work was suspended. The vein is a contact fissure lying between . diorite dj'ke and granite por- Dhyry. The vein has an east eim .- ctva -a-nH na.rlv vertical dip. It is ts be- f ileved to be the same vein as that o Slorman, which yielded $15,000 from --n mnts. This lode Is traceable a mile. Work on the Mormon will commenced In the near future. El PasoaHR Work Claims. The Smith brothers, of El Paso, are working their claims in Quartzite moun tains a few miles north of Organ and have uncovered ore extremely rich in native and horn silver. George Lerchen and Dr. Johnson are -working their group of claims in the Organ belt with a force of Mexicans. D McCowan is doing assessment work on; the Little Buck and Silver Leaf claims, which years ago produced some fabu lously rich pockets of silver ore. Gen. H. H. Dunwoody. of "Washing ton. D. C is doing a lot of assessment 'work on his group of claims adjoining the Torpedo mine. "Work is being done on the old Pat Breen claims in Black mountain by H. D. Bowan. These mines yielded a very rich pocket of gold ore in the early eighties, causing a big rush up there from El Paso. Pat Breen took out $12. 000 in the first 10 or 15 feet and .sold a half interest In the hole for $13,000. Development Work. A. J- Palmqulst. of Chicago, is doing a large amount of development work on the Englewood mines in the Gold camp. Capt. Parker is commencing some ex tensive development work on the Big Horn mine. OROGRAXDE SHELTER IS RECEIVING ORE Orogrande, X. M., Jan. 8. The Oro grande Smelter company is now at work sampling an Arizona mine over near the Globe district Word has just heen received at the assay office here that It will sh'p over 1000 samples to "he treated in the Orogrande laboratory. It is understood that the company has an option on this property and is tak ing the samples to determine the aver- I age content of the ore. A car of ore has just been received at the smelter from the Hill Kolls dis trict and was put through the new sampling plant whicn worked with great satisfaction. BISMUTH IN THE SAN ANDRES. George E. Stone of Engle, N. M., re ports mining bismuth ore in his claims on the east siae or me &an snares mountains, four miles north of the Dona Ana county line in New Mexico. The ore is made up of carbonates col ored with copper and accompanied by some scheellte. For Lame Back Weak Kidneys, Backache, Rheumatism or Lumbago it is absolutely essential, in order to obtain satisfactory results, that you take a reliable preparation that acts directly on the Kidneys. Many persons trust to luck for a cure. No remedy will be found more satisfactory than Pineul ii1 TIT Delays are dangerous. There is no more com mon complaint than Kidney complaint Natpare always gives due warning and failure to heed same may result in Diabetes, Lumbago, Blight's Disease, or some other serious affection of the Kidneys. Pineules are readily and naturally ab sorbed and assimilated by the stomach, driving out the poison due to disordered conditions of the Kidneys or Bladder. They purify the blood and invigorate the entire system. The first dose 4-JtI m will convince you that Pineules will do all we claim for them. Get a bottle TO-DAY. Pineules are put up in two sizes; $1.00 and 5p cents. The dollar size contain l$4 times as much as the 50 cent size. ' JOHN W. KENNEDY & CO. Chicago, U. S. A. Sold by Knoblauch Drug Company." SOME GOOD MINES AROUND PATAGONIA Town Is in Center of Region That Promises Much to . Mining Men. Patagonia, Ariz.. Jan. 10 There is probably no part of this great terri tory so little known, so poorly adver tised and yet so highly mineralized a"s this portion of Santa Cruz county sur rounding Patagonia. Situated in the beautiful valley of the Sonoita on the banks of the Sonoita river, this beautiful little town is the j distributing point for 20 miles In every direction. "Within three miles of Patagonia are some of the richest properties in the territory. The Ivanhoe Mining com pany is now building a road two miles in length into its great copper and sil ver mine, and will commence shipping ore in about 30 days. An assay of some or this ore shows loOO ounces in silver and 30 percent copper. Of this property, much will be said later on. The Gringo mine, at Patagonia's j toor, is Installing new boilers prepara- tory to doing extensive development work in its gold property. The T. E. Mumme Mining company, of which T. E. Mumme, of San An tonio, Texas, is president, and Chas. I A. Gabriel, of Patagonia, is secretary, is doing extensive development work in the old TVieland property. There are seven claims in this group and fissure veins, which are uncovered at th itit- j face, runs the entire length of these claims. In the 280 foot tunnel there is a four foot vein of ore averaging 11 1-2 percent copper, with quite a lit tle gold and silver. It is from this vein that the company is shipping at present. About 1000 feet from' this tunnel Is a shaft 32 feet in depth, at the bot tom of which is a three foot vein of ore averaging 21 percent copper, ?4.50 gold and 20 ounces in silver. The company is now runing another tunnel to cut underneath the bottom of this shaft, and about 47 feet un derneath this shaft workmen have un covered a vein of ore four reet in breadth, which is much rtcner than anything they have yet struck in gold, silver and copper. About March 1 this company wil be shipping from three different points on their property. - MrrHanford Miss Drofnah Coining WMWhti m?xs&xKi """XSrS MISS MARIE DROFNAH. As "Mrs. TVestbrooke,' In The Ameri can Lord. IHSBBHffiUO HBSZyMW9agjraK3 wmmtktfm-te K&raammm&mw-m:'iz- wav'&M&i?SMrjonMimmBJZ'y-','u mmmmammmmmm- HIBSlElliiiiH ' es of the MINING ACTIVITY NEAR SILVER CITY Immense Ore Bodies Are UncQvered jSTey Mill Being Built. A. F. Kerr, cashier of the American National bank at Silver City, N. M., accompanied by Lee Crews, assistant cashier of the Sierra County bank, at Hillsboro. N. M., and R. M. Turner, formerly connected with the same bank, was in El Paso over Sunday. Cashier Kerr, who was formerly located at San Antonio, is enthusiastic about the im mediate future of the mining district near Silver City. He says that all of the mines are now active and that some of the great est ore bodies in the south-west are being uncovered in the Santa Rita dis trict of New Mexico. The Chino com pany., he says, is building a. 2500 ton mill iG miles from Silver City, to han dle the copper output of the Chlno mines. Other mining companies are making extensive improvements, Mr. Kerr says, and the next year is ex pected to be the most prosperous one in the history' of the district. DUQUESXE COMPANY IS WORKING GOLD ORE Globe, Ariz., Jan. 8. TheDuquesne company has the only gold property now being worked in the Globe district, which has yielded sufficient ore from the very first to defray the expenses of development and maintenance. Recent ly a tunnel was driven Into the hill at the bottom of the gulch with the Inten tion of cutting an ore vein found on the upper and intermediate levels. The ore vein when cut was several feet in width and much richer than In the two upper levels. Other deelbpments haa been v started. Among them is a shaft near the site of the incline shaft for the purpose of developing a rich body of sulphide which was struck at a depth of 50 feet from the collar of the shaft. The ore from the bottom of the old incline shaft assays fiom 5 to 7 1-2 percent. COPPER COMPANY INCORPORATES. Santa Fe, N. 'M., Jan. 10. Incorpora tion papers were filed by the Hanover Copper company, of Hanover, Grant county, and Duluth, Minn. The capital is 50.000. The incorporators and di rectors are: William Elderi 1. E. Riley and Arthur Howell, of Duuth. - and CHARLES B. HANFORD. AMUSEMENTS. '"THE GREAT DIVIDE." "The Great Divide," a melodrama of the Rocky mountains. In which Henry Sillier made such a hit in New Tork two years ago, was presented at the El Paso theater for two performances Saturday. The play is interesting throughout and, while there is, hut little comedy, the undercurrent of tragic feeling is rich in its simplicity. The story has to do with a woman left alone in a lonely ranch house on the great American divide. Three men enter while she is unprotected. She attempts to shoot but the rifle misses fire. One of the men, a Mexican, and the other a westerner of the olden type, attempt to seize her by force. Stephen Ghent, the third, enters, and she promises to marry him if he will protect her from the other two. He buj-s off the Mexican with a string of gold nuggets and kills the other man, refusing to shake the dice to see which shall have the woman. Ghent, after getting rid of the Mexi can, and putting Ms other rival out of the way, holds here to her promise. She goes with him to San Jose and they are married. However, a quarrel fol lows on the top of the world and she goes home in company with her brother to .their New England abode. Her hus band follows and finally persuades her that she is by right his wife and that he loves her. Curtain. Edgar Jones, well known to El Paso ans as leading man in the Glass Stock company, which played a winter en gagement at the Crawford last vear. ls in the role of Stephen Ghent and makes the best of his opportunities. Ina Brooks, in the role of the heroine, Ruth Jordan, is particularly good in the emotional scenes. The other parts are only fairly well acted by a fairly good companv. SPLEXDID FARCE C03IEDV. 'The Honeymoon" is a farce comedy at the Crawford this week that has a Jaugh for every second of the perform ance, and, as the performance lasts for two hours and a half, there are enough laughs to please the most exacting. The troubles of a widower with two daughters, who marries an actress and tries to keep the fact from his sister, who Is guardian under his father' -n-ill and also tries to keep from the wife the Southwest COPPER MERGER IN THE SANTA RITAS Chino, Gila and Ray Prop erties Said to Have Been 'Amalgamated. It is reported that the Chino Copper and the Gila and.Ray Copper compapies have formed a merger or amalgamation of their mines In the Santa Ritas, New Mexico. The Chino has developed very rapid ly and is now prepared to build a 2500 ton mill. It has a working balance of $1,500,000. The properties of the com pany are showing up most favorably under development. The churn drill ing has disclosed between seven and eight million tons of ore averaging al most 2 5-10 percent copper. A consider able portion of the ore lies sufficiently near the surface as to be mined eco nomicaly by the open cut and steam shovel process. SONORA JUDGE TO LOOK AFTER STATE MINES Mining 3Ien in the Future Will Trans act Legal Business at Nognles. Anaconda Cts New Hoist. Nogales, Ariz.j Jan. S. Judge Mar tinez, who Is the federal district judge for the state of Sonora, with his office at Nogales, Son., will have under his jurisdiction all questions affecting mines and the mining industry for the entire state of Sonora, according to the new mining law made by the Mexican congress. This will greatly benefit the border cities in a business way, since all the mining business for Sonora will be transacted here. Reports from the Anaconda mines near Patagonia are that the company has received a new hoist, a carload of lumber and mining supplies and has- a big force of men at work. NEVADA 31 VN. TAKES OVER A SYLVANITE 3IINE Col. James Wicks of Goldfield. Nev., has taken over the Knickerbocker mine at Granite Gap in the Sylyanlte camp. This Is a silver lead mine worked in the eighties. Geronlmo and his Apaches made a raid on the camp and killed all the former owners. It lay Idle ever since till the discovery of gold at Syl vanite called attention to it and it was relocated by newcomers. fact that he has two daughters, although -they re all in the same house, is the plot upon which the story hangs. A German doctor, a detective with a penchant for changing hats to effect new disguises, a busy lawyer and a servant girl with a detective desire mi nus the instinct, help to make the fun f fast and furious. . Miss Mabel Cullen In the role of the acrtess wife, is capital and Floyd Sa bine as the husband is very good. But the- entire company seems to be excep tionally well cast for the different roles and it Is one of the best things the com pany has yet done. "With a little re hearsing the piece could be put on the road and it would surpass the average farce comedy company now showing to the one night stands. The North Bros, company will only remain one. more week after this. BABES IX TOVLAXD" TONTGHT. The big musical extravaganza, "Babes in Toyland," Victor Herbert's and Glen McDonald's great success, will be the attraction at the El Paso theater tonight. There is no musical comedy on the road that has had a more prosperous life and longer runs than "Babes hi Toyland," and it comes with an excep tionally strong cast and a wealth of beautiful scenery and will he seen at the Ei Paso tonight with the complete Chicago production, it is announced. Prices are: Lower floor, $1:50; balcony, $1.00; gallery, 50 cents. Seats are now selling at the Crawford. CHARLES B. JIAXFORD. "The American Lord" will be the play offered by Charles B. Hanford as the star with a brilliant supporting com pany, headed by Miss Marie Drofnah, at the El Paso theater Tuesday night and Wednesday matinee. A modern drama under the Hanford auspices Is a distinct novelty. The play is far from being an untried quantity. Its record of success entitles it to In terest outside the fact that it gives Mr. Hanford the opportunity he has long desired of portraying a type of pure, strlwart Americanism. The play also affords fine opportunities for Miss MarJe Drofnah, the role of Mrs. "West brooke being eminently adapted to her personality and artistic gifts. It is de clared that a company of the highest quality has been engaged for the pre sentation of this exceedlnglv novel and interesting Hanford offering. It Is a play of the 'present period, presented with the same sincerity and human In tensity that have attached to the emi nent tragedian portraiture of -the great classic roles. Tuesday night and Wed nesday matinee, "The American Lord;" Wednesday night, "Taming of the Shrew." Seats are now selling at the Crawford. THE MAJESTIC. "P5friTln " tVio Qnncntlnn nf oil tlio I easterns houses, with her"wonderful sen timental dance, will be an extra attrac tion at the Majestic tonight in connec tion with one of the strongest bills man ager Rich has given his patrons this season. "Serpenta" uses live reptiles and her dance Is the talk of every place she has appeared, it Is said. SEATS FOR "TOYIiAND." Seats are selling fast and if you want to see the big extravaganza you had better get yours now, is the advice of manager Rich. The sale will be at the Crawford till 7 p. m.; after that at the El Paso. WIGWAM SHOWS CONSUL PICTURES The popular Wigwam was crowded continually last night, and scores were turned away. The attraction was the moving pictures of the "human" monkey, Consul, who has been declared by sci entists to be the missing link. He wears clothes, even shoes, rides a bicycle, rol ler skates, plays ball, sews, eats with a fork and and acts like a human be ting. The pictures will be run for the last time tonight. Every one should see these really remarkable pictures, man ager Winch says. The Meanest Man in Toivn Is the one who always wears a frown, is cross and disagreeable, and Is btrort and sharp in his answers. Nine cases out of 10 it's not the poor fellow's fault, it's his liver and digestion that make 'him feel so miserable, he can't heln hp?nr disagreeable. Are you in danger of get- J L1I1& JUIU nmu uuuuiuuu. J.I1CH siart ax once taking Ballard's Herbine for your Hxrorrflir eafp Riirp and rfiHnhlo vp-o table regulator. Sold by all druggists. SPECULUM Review of the Pig Iron and Steel Market and of Mining Generally. New York, X. Y., Jan. 10. During the last week of the yar speculative oper ations In copper were renewed with vig or, and in anticipation of more favor able statistical returns for December, dealers bought heavily of electrolytic for export and for several daj-s also mere was moaeraie Duying uy uumwui. and foreign consumers. The result was an advance of 1-4 cent a pound in re fined copper and 1 and over in stand ard copper abroad. The amalgamated interests have ad vanced their selling prices for electro lytic to 13 3-4 cents f. o. b. New York, ' or 13 7-8 cents delivered 30 days, and for fake copper to 14 cents delivered 30 days. Independent interests are follow ing the lead of the amalgamated very closely and all are practically a unit In the upward movement. In 1909 the output of refined copper in the United States, which furnished two-thirds of the world's supply, was in creased 22 percent, and the world as a whole expanded about 15 percent. Steel Market. Extreme conservatism marked trade in finished steel products during v the last week of 1909, with evidence of a more ample supply of crude steel and structura.1 shapes. The very large in crease in mill capacity of structural material Is evident at concessions in prices from the recent high level. This condition is confined, however, to the east, as tne western mills and fabricat ing shops are more fully supplied with specifications. Pig Iron. Strong evidence accumulated in the last week of 1909 indicating that large consumers are not only ready but anx ious to place additional contracts for pig iron for both early and late ship ment whenever there Is any possibility of obtaining concessions from the furnaces. Inquiries for larger ton nages of both foundry and mill irons were put out cautiously and guardedly by manufacturers of ma chinery, of agricultural implements, by car builders, manufacturers of pumps, car wheels and jobbing and special foun dries, as wen as by steel works. There was also some small increase in the volume of business actually closed, but the increase In sales was rather In the central west, where steel works placed contracts for low phosphorus and basic iron aggregating 18,000 tons. There were also moderate purchases of charcoal iron by car wheel manufac turers and of malleable iron by agricul tural machinery makers and foundries working on railroad equipment orders. Montana's Gold and Silver. According to the deposits made at the United States assay office at Helena. Mont, during thf first 11 months of 1909, with estimates for December, Mon tana produced $1,517,3S7.29 in gold and silver last year. Col. Thomas Cruse's prediction that his Bald mountain mine near Marys ville. Mont., would prove another Drum lummon, such as he sold to the Roths childs of London for $5,000,000 cash Is apparentls- proving true. Nearly a. Jiun dred men are employed at the property and one only of every three cars brougnt from the workings is refuse matter. J. he mill has been thoroughly modernized and is being operated at its full capac ity 20 stamps night and day. News from Marysville is to the effect that a very rich strike, it is said, enough ore of high grade is blocked out to keep the mill busy for five years. -Policeman Hos n Mine. A rich strike of native gold has been made in a claim being developed by patrolman Nordie. of the Helena police force, and H. Van Clutz, of California, In Seymour gulch, a few miles south of Helena. Much work has been done and the showing is excellent. A 50 foot shaft was run and ore was encountered in Its bottom. Of late work has been prose cuted on a 300 foot tunnel on a nine inch vein of high grade gold rock and silver ore which runs from $700 to $1000 a ton in gold, the yellow specks sticking out all over the specimen. The vein is widening. In the Strawberry mine in Skelly gulch, northwest of Helena, the main shaft is down 250 feet and drifts have been run on the Daisy vein for 300 feet. The ore vein averages about two feet in width and assay returns show $200 a ton. There ls also a streak on one of the walls that runs from $6000 to $7000 a ton. Alaska Strike. A speoial cable from Nome reports that the new strike in the Squirrel river district has caused an excitement that eclipses that which followed the receipt of alluring reports from the Iditarod diggings. If the stories of Candle creek miners who have returned from the Squirrel river camp with detailed ac sounts of the find are true the latest dis covered placer fields are far richer than the best that has been reported from the Iditarod. The new camp is about 100 miles from Candle In what Is called the Kotzhue Sound region. The best pay found is on creeks tributary to Squirrel river, a stream that flows into the Kobuk. According to the reports of the re turned Candle creek operators, pay ore has been discovered on- 17 contiguous claims, and much of It ls Immensely rich. In all cases pay ore was struck on benches, as the channels of the creek are "thawed ground" and cannot be pros pected without equipment which cannot be had this winter. Values In these 17 claims are reported to run from 10 cents to $1 a pan and all are "shallow diggings." Fissure Vein Opened. A fissure vein has been opened In the Tucson mine on Iron Hill. Leadvilie. Colo., at 1450 feet depth, near the bot tom of the Cambrian quartzite and on the edge of the granite, which is sev eral feet wide between walls. Native gold, which has been shipped direct to mint, is found along with smelter grade gold ore. Early in the fall this vein was struck In the 1300 foot level, also in Cambrian quartzite, carrying 6000 ounces silver value a ton. At 150 feet additional depth attained by a -winze, the silver entirely disappears. The strike's greatest significance is in the additional proof that Leadvllle's fissure veins are showing gold values almost exclusively The Buffalo Boy, a property of the Continental Mining company in Galena basin, Silverton, Colo., is in a nine foot vein streaked with tellurium and brit tle sliver, some of which runs thou sands of dollars a ton. The ore increases in value with depth. Testimony of El Paso Stands the Test. People The test of time is what tells the tale. The public soon finds out when misrepresentations are made, and merit alone will stand the test of time. E! Paso people appreciate merit, and irany months ago local citizens pub licly endorsed Doans Kidney Pills; they do so still. Would a citizen make tlio statement which follows unless con--iHnoprf that the article was just as rep- ! resented? A cure that lasts is the kind that every sufferer from kidney Ills Is , looking for. Airs. jo., x1. otitiij, -j.i jiaou u.3uui street, El Paso, Texas, says: 'V-ver two years have elapsed since I publicly testified in favor of Doans Kidney Pills, but I have had no reason to change my high opinion of this remedy. Doan's Kidney Pills entirely relieved me of backache and other symptoms of kid ney trouble from which I suffered a great deal. I gladly confirm all I said In favor of this remedy and I ad vise other kidney sufferers to procure a supply at Kelly & Pollard's drug store and give it a trial." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y., sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and I take no other. PQISOff BiePaiis, Cas- KTjOTiil ii B. U. 5. Cics abuvc Troubles. Alsa Eczema and Rheumatism. For 25 years Botanic Blood Balm (B. B. B.) has been curing yearly thou sands of sufferers from Primary. Sec ondary or Tertiary Blood Poison, und all forms of Blood and Skin Diseases. Cancer. Rheumatism and Eczema. We solicit the most obstinate cases, because B. B. 3. cures where all else fails. If you have aches and pains in Bones. Back or Joints, Mucous Patches in mouth. Sore Throat, Pimp'o3. Copper Colored Spots, Ulcers on any part of the body, Hair or Eyebrows falling out. Itching. Watery Blisters or Open Hu mors, Risings or Pimples of Eczema. Boils, Swellings, Eating Sores, take B. B. B. It kiills the poison, purifies the blood, stops all aches, pains and itch ing, curing the worst case of Blood Poison, Rheumatism or Eczema. BOTANIC BLOOD BALM (B. B. B.) Is nleasant and safe to take; composed of pure Botanic Ingredients. It purifies and enncnes tne diooo. ijxtuuijiaxa 51 PER LARGE BOTTLE. SAMPLE SENT FREE by wrltlnar te 3IOOD BALM CO- Atlanta. Ga. ROUTES OF TRAVEL Hexfeo liorihwesiern Ball way Company Thv RIo Grande, Sierra Madrt Pacific Railroad Co. nt3w 3iaxagementi xew ti3d3 card! xew station: In Fact EVERYTHING NEW. NOV. 14th, 190. Effective tnis date Passenger trains trill leave our NEW STA TION, corner Calles COMERCIO and FERROCARRIL. CITJDAD JUAREZ at 1 P. 31. Arrives XUEVA CASAS GRANDES 7 P. M. RetnrnlHg Leaves NUEVA CASAS GRANDES 15:13 P.M. Arrive CIUDAD JUAREZ P. X. Thus bringing Nueva Casas Grandes and Intermediate points sev eral hours nearer El Paso and vice versa, and allowinsr patrons oppor tunity to transact, eir business and be home next day. HUNTING and FISHING such as found nowhere else on'North Ameri can continent. Write for full particulars. H. C. FERRIS- T. R. RYAN, General Mgr. Traffic Mr. Apartado 46, Chihuahua, lexico. E! Paso Dairy Company PRODUCERS OF AHD DEAIERS III Pyre Milk and Cream Phone3: 3ell 340 Auto 1156 Offica 313 N. Oreeon St Dr. G.E. Camcro a DENTIST Best Full Set of Teeta. .910.00 Good, reliable dentistry at a moat reasonable price. All work guar anteed. Office over Guarantee Shoe Store, 113 S. El Paso St. Bell Phone 2709, Ring 2 BAGGAGE TSAHSFER BAGGAGE M02IK BELL 1. AUTO 1COT. WiH bo up rigit wy. Cfcreful men. esoQbl pricM. LongwelTs Transfer, 11f SAH FSAirCISCO ST. ODOM TRANSFER CO. Baggage and Moving. All Kinds of Hauling. PROMPT ATTENTION Bell Phono 1054 Auto Pkome 1968 109 Main St The , ?w W. G. Waiz XSompany Pioneer Music House Established 1881 - SOUTHWESTERN DISTRIBUTORS AND JOBBERS VICTOE TALKING MACHINES AND BECORDS. EDISON PHONO GRAPHS AND RECORDS. A. G. SPALDING .& BROS. ATHLETIC GOODS. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL PRICES IN EL PASO THE SAME AS IN NEW YORK Retail Agents for Eastman ETo- daics and Films, Premo Cameras and Film Packs, Edison Business Phonographs Easy Payments. Catalogs Fur nished en Application. 101-103 El Paso St. EL PASO, TEXAS Directory Herald Building BASEMENT Vienna Cafe, Sobol & Davis, Proprietors. FIRST KliOOR. El Paso Herald Offices. A. H. Richards. Jeweler. International Book Co. "Wm. SToeller, Real Estate. Lobby Cigar Stand. SECOND FLOOR H. It Howell, Real. Estate, agent Herald Bldg-. The Public Stenographers Co.. 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BOTH PHOWES 2444 Baggage from any point asii far as Austin Ave. or Mundy 3 f or Sunset Heights fcWW We check baggage from residence to destination over all roada but the Santa Fe for 50 cents, or tie city ticket agent will do it ior yoa "wies you buy ticket. PROMPT SERVICE CAREFUL MEN SO YOU WIMT A HOME? D7 SO THE STAMOARD HOME GOMPAXY Will lend you the money to buy, build or lift mortgages anywhere in the United States. Payments. $7.50 per month on the $lt)00 with 5 percent in terest; fill out coupon and mall to us for full information. Why not pay your rent money on. a home of your own? How ..much rent do you pay? Name Car line City ELLIS L. JOSEPH District MaHHxer. 310-329 Herald BHiltfiajc. El Paso Texas. Bell Phone 2709. We can use a few good agents. ASSAYERS S? CHEMISTS Independent Assay Offlc ESTABLISHED 1388. D. W. Bsckhakt. E JJ., Proprietor. Agent for Ore Shfpptrs Assays and Chemical Analysis. Mines Examined and Reported Upon. Bullion Work c Specialty. p 0 Box S9 Office and Laboratory: Car. Sn Fnudscs & Ck&Mfec Sfc. Ei. PASO, TEXAS. Custom Assay Office CRITCHETT FERGUS OX, Successors to Hughes & Crltcaett. Xvsayers, Cheralata. Metallurgists-. Aceats for Or Shippers. 522 a San Francisco St, Phona 33.