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Friday. July 8, 1910
EL PASO H
31IIVING V?,l) OIL XEWS.
your Meat Bill
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$4.00 grades cut to $2.95
$3.50 grades cut fto. ...:- $2.45
In ail Leathers
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cut to S3.85
cut to ....$3.25
cut to $2.95
cut to $2.45
French, Shriner and Urner Shoes
$6, $6:50 and $7 grades cut to. $4.95
$5.50 grades cut to $4.45
Patents, tan and kid leathers.
$4.00 grades cut to
$3.50 grades cut to
Baby's soft sole shoes and
moccasins, all colors; 50c and
75c grades all go at
.$5.00 grades cut to $3.85
' $4.00 grades cut to ... . $3.25
$3.50 grades cut to $2.95
$3.00 grades cut to $2.45
$2.50 grades cut to $1.95
Oxfords Must Go
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In all Leathers
$4.00 grades cut to .$3.25
$3.50 grades cut to $2.95
$3.00 grades cut to $2.45
$2.50 grades cut to $1.95
$2.25 grades cut to $1.65
; Panuca Property in Sinaloa
Owned by 'Mazatlan
ri Idend of 425,000 pesos were paid
in 11)09 by the Compania Minera de Pa
nuca, one of the most important mining
, concerns m the state of Sinaloa, accord
j ing to its report. The total revenue of
! the company in 1909 was SS4,1S2.5C ?
! )eos aim Liie protiLS iid,ooa.3u pesos.
The company has a reserve fund of
270,250 pesos. The company is con
troled by Spanish business men of
Mazatian, comprising Genearo Garcia,
Victor Patron and Juan Escutia. Cesa-
reo Puente is manager. The company
' was organized in 1877 with a capital !
s-.ock of $200,000. since which it has
j paid the stockholders 7,465,000 pesos.
The company owns two properties
nnllpfl tho K;f!ifa nnrl th Snntn Rosa
j mines, coniining 20 pertenencias. The
j ores are gold and silver. The mines
are m me cnsrrict oi concoraia aisinct.
The property Is developed by two main
shafts to 1G0 meters and 200 meters
depth, and by a drainage tunnel 3600
meters long. The mines are equipped
with a 10 stamp mill and cyanide an
nex. Water power i; utilized by two
Pelton water wheels, the fall being ob
tained from a dam 470 meters above the
plant, -nith capacity of 21,000,000 cubic
mooi!. The dam cost ?200,000, but it
cfJecti a saving to the company of
about $50,000 per annum.
EI, 1'ISCMX 7.IAXAGES 3IINIXG
COMPANY; AFTER RICH ORE
The Officir.I Turner o Mexico states
that tht Tomlinson & Norton llniing
companj, organized to take over tne
Agustin g:oup of mines, 20 miles below
Las Ch!spac, Sonora, is under manage
ment of J. B. Tomlinson o
WILL BE LESS
"" If you trade here, and
yaU WILL BE BETTER SATISFIED
with the quality of the meat.
Any cut you want of prime steer beef? veal, pork
SPECIAL VALUES FOE SATURDAY.
Live and dressed poultry, butter and fresh ranch,
SPECIAL VALUES FOR SATURDAY.
Ham. bacon and pure kettle rendered lard,
SPECIAL VALUES FOR SATURDAY.
Ice iold melons, fancy Elberta peaches.
J C. Peyton
SUCCESSOR TO ROBINSONS MARKET.
114 North Stanton.
Phones Bell 251; Auto. 1234. Prompt Delivery.
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Some 3000 feet of development work
had been done by the former owners,
and tl'ere U now a quantity of ore
fillings running from 40 to 50 ounces
silv r. There is much of the same
grade on the dumps, the former opera
tors having handled nothing leks than
100 ounce ore. The lower grades of ore
will be handled by a ten stamp mill
and cjanide plant, and development
will be pursued on' richer ore.
among miners using the Suenner dry
wah inachir.es. Many miners are de-
El Paso, j uouncing claims. Renewed activity is
.YEW STVMP MILL FOR
3IOREXCI 3IIXIXG PROPERTY
William Buckingham, southwestejn
representative of the Fairbanks-Morse
Co., has been in Morenci, Arizona, ar
ranging final details with the New
York-Arizona Gold & Copper Co. for the
Initiation of a AVIssen stamp mill at the
mines three miles west of Morenci. The
companj- will orect an initial unit of
four stamps, which may be increased.
The plant to be of the latest improved
type with a daily capacity of eight to
ten tons per stamp. The stockholders
are laigcly local business men of Morenci.
also reported in mining interests about
Patagonia. Among other Improvements,
a big power plant has been erected at
the Ivahoe mines, near that city.
Nicaragua Resorts to Prac
tices That Caused
Washington, D. C, July 8. A repeti
tion of the Weyler reqpncentrado sjs
tem in Cuba that caused widespread
criticism juste before the opening of the
thorities, according to advices to the
state department today.
Probably 5000 people in the vicinity
of the city of Granada are ordered to
concentrate at Granada under an order
Issued by Sebastian Salinas, the po
litical chief and commandant of the
forces of the department of Granada
According to the views here, the or
der would give the Granada military
regime sufficient pretext to go up into
the Mcanbacho range, "where a spon
taneous revolution recently was pnt
down, and to shoot or kill anyone Tvho
Ureftsed to obey the concentration
EL PASOAK REFUSES BIG PRICE
FOR LAREDO OIL A YD GAS LAYD
F. P. Bickenbach, bookkeeper for the
Boston store, who purchased almost
1000 acres of land a year ago about 18
miles east of Laredo, Texa3, states he
has Inert rpfnsor? an riff or nf Slftfl nflfl
war Tilth Spain, ha been inaugurated j for the tract Oil and gas wells are nu
in Xi-aragua bv the government au- merous around the tract.
MEXICAN AVEST COAST MIXES
PL AX DEVELOPMENT WORK j
The Sonora Copper company has gra-I- I
ed the smelter site, a mile and a half
east of Xoria station, Sonora. and the i
machinery for the erection of a 100-ton
reduction plant is enroute, a large part '
of It having been already received at (
The Rosario mine in the Altar dis- j
trict, Sonora, is reported sold to an j
English company, which It i an-
nounced will erect a large mill and !
work the mine under most modern I
methods. The Rosario is reported to
nave produced $lo,0U0,U0U gold.
A Story Of
By George Barr
Copyright, 1909, by George Barr McCutcheos- Copyright, 1909, by Dodd, Mead & Company.
SYXOPSIS OF FIBLST CHAPTER.
Truxton King, an American million
aire's son, tlred of the humdrum life
end sets out to have some adventures.
He reaches the kingdom of Graustark.
(Contiacd From Yesterday.
TThere vi.v i: v . ;.v : her heart
sxank from thvi unholy deed she had
beea selected to perform. Bnt there
"was never a thought of receding from
the bloodly task set doivn for her.
On a Saturday night, following the
last Ti3lt of Truxton King to the
armorer, the committee of ten met in
the underground room to hear the lat
est word from one who could not be
with them in person, but was always
there in spirit, if they Tvere to believe
his most zealous utterances. The Iron
Count Alarlanx, professed hater of all
that was rich and noble, was the
power behind the committee of ten.
The assassination of the little prince
and the overthrow of the royal fam
ily awaited his pleasure. He was the
turer, who had been driven from the
United States, together with her amia
ble husband, an assassin of some dis
tinction and many aliases, at present
foreman in charge of one of the bridge
building crews on the new railroad.
Every man in the party, and there
were eight, for Olga was not a mem
ber of the "ten," wore over the lower
part of his face a false black beard of
huge dimensions not that they were
averse to recognition among them
selves, but in the fear that by some
hook or crook Dangloss or his agents
might be able to look, in upon them.
Brutus was speaking. "The man is
a spy. He has been brought here
from America to Tullis."
"We shall continue to watch his
every movement," said "William Spantz.
"Time will ell. When we are posi
tive that he is a detective and that
he is dangerous there is a way to stop
"Dangloss suspects afore than one of
us." ventured Brutus, his craze travel-
"Stop!" cried Olga Platanova. spring
ing to her feet. "I cannot listen to
you! You shall not speak of it in that
man who would give the word.
Alas for the committee of ten! The 1 ing toward Olga. There was lewd ad
wiliest rox In the history of the world
was never so wily as the Iron Count.
Some day they were to find out that
lie was using them to pull his choicest
chestnuts from the fire.
The committee was seated around
the long table in the stifling, breath
less room, the armorer at the head.
Those who came by way of the sewer
had performed ablutions in the queer
toilet room that once had been a secret
vault for the storing of feudal plun
der. What air there was came from
the narrow ventilator that burrowed
its way up to the shop of William
Spantz or through the chimney hole
In the ceiling. Olga Platanova sat far
down the side, a moody, inscrutable
expression in her dark eyes. At
Spantz's right lounged Peter Brutus,
a lawyer, formerly secretary to the
Iron Count and now his sole represent
ative among these people. He was a
miration in that steady glance. "But
we'll fool the old fox. The time will
soon be here for the blow that frees
Graustark from the yoke."
It appeared in the course of his re
marks that Marlanx had friends and
supporters in all parts of Graustark.
Hundreds of men in the hills, includ
ing honest shepherds and the dishonest
Eczema, Acne, Tetter, Poison Oak, Pimples, etc., show that some un
healthy humor or acid impurity is diseasing and corrupting the circulation.
. so that instead of supplying nourisnment and strength, to the skin, it is con
( tinually pouring out its acid and unhealthy accumulations. Salves, washes,
lotions, and other external applications, may relieve some of the itching
and other discomforts caused by skin diseases, but such, treatment has no
I effect on the blood, where the seat of irritation lies, and therefore cannot
I cure. A thorough, cleansing of the blood is the ons and only cure for sMn
: diseases; eery particle of the cause must be driven, fromthe-.circula'tion.
S. S. S: is the best and quickest remedy, because it is the greatest of all
j blood purifiers. It goes into the circulation and removes every particle
j oi nuinur, wnetner ic do an lniecnon or poisonous plants, or rrom other
dr. ROBERTSON plans secoxd causes, and makes the blood stream pure, rich and healthy, and causes
development of aximas mine ! it to soothe, soften and nourish the skin instead of irritatins and diseasme
Dr. VT. R. Robertson of El Paso, who ! it with fierv humors. Book on STrin "T)iRA?f; -nri rt-n-sr mprfiral nnmro
free to all who write, THF, SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, G A."
some of us think he is there is a way
to end his usefulness. 2Cow. Brutus, j
what does Count Marlanx say to this
day two weeks? Will he be ready?
On that day the prince and the court
are to witness the unveiling of the Ye
tive memorial statue in the plaza. It
is a full holiday in Graustark. No
man will be employed at his usual
Brutus interrupted him. "That is
the very day that the count has asked
me to submit to the committee. He
believes it to be the day of all days.
Nothing should go amiss. We con-
4 quer with a single blow. By noon of
promoted a Texas company that toolc
over the Animas mine, between Hermo
sillo and Galielan, Sonora, but which,
saj-s the Xogales Oasis, made a failure
after Dr. Robertson had put It on its
feet and retired, lobing Its properties,
is again in Sonora.
Kc has taken up the same property,
determined to make it a success. The
Aniihas was once a great mine.
MILL AND MACHINERY FOR
SONORA MINE PROPERTY
The Sonora Central Mines company
operating the Santo Domingo mine, in
the vicinity of Alamos. Sonora, is
erecting a concentratin mill and nstali
ing machinery for a 100-ton daily ca-
I pacity. The Santa Domingo is one of
the most noted antiguas in the Alamos
district. Development work the past
few years has opened up large bodies
of rich ore.
EIGHT FOOT ORE VEIN IN
CANANEA, SONORA, 3IINH
Considerable silver-lead-zinc ore has
that day, the 26th of July, the commit- ?eTeJ J" Jf " X'S
tee of ten will be in control of the
STOP" CRtED OLGA PLATANOVA. VVOU
SHAIiIi NOT SPEAK OP IT IN THAT WAY !"
way! Peter Brutus, you are not to
speak of of what I am to do! Never
She shuddered violently as she stood
there before them, her eyes closed as
If r jhnf nilf Vo hfvrriKlo -nionro hay
brigands who thrived on them, coal minfl was paintin.
"She will bungle It," sneered Anna
miners and wood stealers, hunters and
outlaws were ready to do his bidding
when the time was ripe. Moreover,
Marlanx had been successful in his
Olga's lids were lifted. Her dark
pros lrnlrorJ cfr nfhf inf-- tVincn rf Via
JJ j- 11 J.1- - II . it .- wi. u.uimuw ulvt luvu. j. mv.
uesiirii to nu T.ne rinnvjiv ransmTrnnn
,x, ,, .-.,"-. I older woman
crews wiin ine rinrair or an Europe,
all of whom were under the control of
state; the new regime will be at hand.
A new world will be begun, with Edel
weiss as the center, about which ail
the rest shall revolve. We, the com
mittee of ten; vill be its true found
ers. We shall be glorified forever. The
death of the prince is the signal for
the overthrow tf the present govern
ment and the establishment of the new
order of equal humanity."
Up in the distant hills slept the Iron
Count, dreaming of the day when he
should rule over the new Graustark
for he would rule! a smile on his griz
zled face in reflection of recent wak
ing thoughts concerning the punish
ment that should fall swiftly upon the
assassins of the beloved Prince Robin.
He would make short shrift of as
sassins! (To Be Continued.)
DEFECTS IN ARMOR ON
BATTLESHIPS ARE DISCOVERED
Montoya shaft of the Santa Fe mine in
Cananea, Sonora. The ore vein meas
ures eight feet wide and is constantly
widening as depth is attained. The en
tire shaft has been rctimbered and Is
in first class condition.
MEXICAN ORE IMPORT
REACHES LARGE TOTL
During the first 15 days of June. 1910,
there was imported from Mexico
through the Mexican custom house at
Agua Prieta and" through Douglas,
Arizona, from mines in the Moctezuma
district, 121 cars of ore weighing
4845 ton:. containing $2S1.400 in gold,
$87,500 In silver and $24,600 in coppei,
making a total value of $393,500.
SONORA MINERS WORK PLACER
CLAIMS WITH SUENNER MACHINE j
Nogales. Ariz., July 8. 'There is much j
activity In the Altar district on Sonora j
Railroads, Steamship Lines, Hotels, Etc, throughout the world honor T
and accept the "A. B. A." iKAYliLCK- t-n.yut. Yery easy
to negotiate, because SelLJdentifying. Not available to finder or
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Take them on your trip.
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Cire Your Kidneys
'Xot Endanger Life "When an
Paso Citizen Shovr.s You
Why will people continue to suffer
the agonies of kidney complaint. back
ache, urinary disorders, lameness, herfa
aches. languor, why allow themselves
to Decume cnronic invalids, wnen a
leaders who could sway them in any
movement provifled it was against law
With a cunning that commands ad
miration, the Iron Count deliberately
sanctioned the dssassination of the lit-
dark faced, snaky eyed young man, j the prince of the Teds, knowing that
with a mop of coarse black hair that j the condemnation of the world would
hung ominously low over his high, re- fall upon them instead of upon him
ceding forehead. j and that his own actions following thp
Julius Spantz, the armorer's son, a
placid young man of goodly physical
proportions, sat next to Brutus, while
down the table ranged others deep in j
the consideration of the world's grav
est problems. One of the women was
ilme. Drovnask, whose husband had
&een sent to Siberia for life, and the
other Anna Cromer, a rabid red lec-
regicide would at once stamp him as
irrevocably opposed to anarchy and all
of its practices!
In the course of his remarks Peter
Brutus touched hastily upon the sub
ject of the little prince.
"He's not very big," said he, with a
laugh, "and it won't require a very
big bomb to blow him to smithereens.
"No," she said quietly, her body re
laxing, "I shall not 'bungle it."
The discussion went back to Truxton
King. "Isn't it possible that he is
merely attracted by the beauty of our
charming j-oung friend here?" ven
tured Mme. Drovnask.
"It is part of his game," said Julius
Spantz. "He knows Olga's past. He
is waiting for a chance to catch her
off her guard. He may even go so far
as to make pretty love to you, cousin,
in the hope that No offense, my dear,
no offense!" Her look had silenced him.
"Mr. King is not a spy," she said
"Well," said William Spantz, "we
are safe if we take no chances with
him. He must be watched all the
time. If we discover that he is what
Washington, July S. Defects discov
ered in armor plate In the battleships
North Dakota and Utah, two of the
most powerful craft In the navy, led certain cure is offered them?
10 a protracted conference at the navy
department over the legal phases in
There were present representatives of
the New York Shipbuilding company,
the Mid vale Steel company and govern
ment experts. SpalJs, a flaking condi- j
tion that impaired the armament re- i
sistance efficiency -vere found on the I
plates and new plates were substituted.
It was said that possibly .the anneal
ing work in affixing the plate may have
caused some of the defects.
NEW JUDRE FOR NEW
MEXICO IS APPOINTED.
Albuquerque, N. M., July S.
The appointment of Edward R.
Wright, of Santa Rosa, to suc
ceed Alfred W. Cooley as asso
ciate justice of the territorial
supreme court from the sixth
district, is announced in a tele
grain to Mr. Wright front attor
ney general Wickersham. Jus
tice Cooley -recently resigned
because of ill health.
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