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Monday, July 18, 1910.
In Harmony
With the times are our
voung men's raade-to-order
The' embody those many
little, characteristics that
are so much sought after by
the stylish dresser an air
of smartness and snap.
Let us convince ou by
having us make your next
suit or overcoat.
Geo. A.
206 Mesa Ave.
Get the Habit. Pay Cash.
Quire 1181 iihoi r
Property Comprises 3000
Acres J. W. Bible in the
Silver City, X. M., July IS. It is now
known that J. TV". Bible, of Grant coun
ty, has perfected one of the largest con
solidations of copper-bearing ground in
the Burro mountain mining district.
The -.York of this consolidation has been
.going on for several months and during
this time the attorneys and mining men
have been quite actively employed in
acquiring options from the numerous
owners scattered over the country. It
is learned from a reliable source that
all gaps have been closed and the
largest block of so-called porphyry
copper gnund situated in this district
has been leased and bonded to Mr. Bi
ble, who, It is believed, represents a
J large copper syndicate.
Through the Instrumentality of Mr.
Bible the General Electric company be
came interested some six years ago in
the Fierro, Hanover and Santa Rita dis
tricts and later purchased the large
mining interests now owned and oper
ated by the Hermosa Copper company.
It was also through him that the Chino
Copper company learned of the large
deposits and value of the ore of the
Santa Rita district.
Three Miles of Copper.
The group which has been consoli
dated is so located as to cover practi-
Operating Company Issues
Heport Power Secured
For Development.
The Adjuchitlau Mining and Milling
company, owner of the Sauto Tomas and
other gold-silver mines in the state of
Queretaro, Mexico, which were worked
formerly by Spaniards and later pro
moted by J. C. Brennon, Bert Peterson
and Clifton Crow ell, has just issued its
annual report covering the work done
for the year ending March 1, 1910. It
shows that 20,563 tons of ore were
mined and milled, of a total value of
S4S4.752.1C. at an exDense of S2.29 per
! ton. while the mlllino- ami cvaniding
cost $3.92 per ton, meanwhile dividends
amounting to $75,000 were paid to the
stockholders and the sum of $56,306
was expended on permanent improve
ments on the property.
Capacity Enlarjyement Planned.
The intention of the company is to
bring the capacity of, the mill up to
3000 tons a month as soon as sufficient
power can be obtained to operate addi
tional machinery. It was originally
equipped with Kent and Huntington
mills with a capacity of over 150 tons a
day, the process being dry crushing and
The new dam of the power company
should be finished this month when 400
horse power will be delivered to the mines
and mill from the electric plant, which
The church of Jeans Christ Ls a deilnite thins nd it.s mission In the
viorld is to conserve-the truth lmd preach the gospel to nil natlon.s Rev. R. El PESO'S IlOCcltiOll EXCelleilt
T. llnnks, at Calvary IJnptl.st church.
Any confession of faith vtbicli vtill meet the approval of th.e Savior,
must first of all be one's own, horn of lilx ovin experience nd study. Kev.
Perry J. Rice, at First Christian church.
The only immeasurable, impussnhle, Infinite ilistance Is that which the
winner puts between himself and God by committing sin and clinging to it.
Rev. Caspar S. "Wright, nt Trinity Methodist church.
The man of faith, thought and purpose is to carry out Christ's dream of
universal conquest and make it a reality, to help establish His kingdom of
loving brotherhood. Rev. C. O. Beckman, nt First Methodist church.
Miss Minerva . Davisson the Bridt
Honeymoon "Will Be Spent in Cali
fornia Coast Cities.
Richard William Knoblauch and Miss j
Minerva Davisson, were married Satur
day morning, at the residence of the
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S.
Davisson. in the Lakota flats.
About 30 guests were present, and re
freshments were served.
Rev. P. J. Rice, of the First Chris
tian ahurch officiated, and after the t
ary ores, which, according to the best j
Information obtained, wiH average about j
4 per cent copper and extends in depth
from 350 to S00 feet, as demonstrated
by the various' copper mining compa-
i nies now operating in this district, both
on the nor and south ends of this
porphyry copper belt, and by the nu-
ceremony the couple departed for a Call- merous shafts and drill holes and miles
ally the entire width of the belt of tin i will increase the output and reduce the
so-called porphyry-copper zone, the to-j costs of milling and cyaniding; An air
tal length of the mineralized area along compressor and also drills are being in
the strike, which is north and south, stalled,
being approximately three and one-half The total development during the
miles in length, and will average sbme- year was S90 meters or 2920 feet, done I
thing over one mile in width. The boun- mostly on ore already discovered. Other
dary line on the north adjoins the Sa- j Improvements are new buildings, office
vanna, Mangas and Burro Mountain buildings,' residences for the superin
Copper companies, while the south I tendent and other officers and seven
boundary line adjoins the Azure Mln- J double houses for workmen and fam
ing company and Tulloch group of j Hies.
mines. , The property of the Ajuchitlan com-
The ore occurs as a chalcocite dissem- j pany is claimed to be practically unex
inated through the porphyry. The ' piored.
leached zone varies from 80 to 225 feet, j
This grades suddenly into the second- : fTTTWA ri"P"P"E,P ff
-'i.JLJ.1 J WJ. JL -1JJ.C ww.
The tvto gr.eat facts upon which the flestiny of the world depends, are
truth and righteousness, and ve must find out the truth and regard it. and
righteousness is doing the truth. The 'Right Rev. J. 31. ICendrlek, bishop
of Xew Mexico, at St. Clement's Epls-copnl church.
Have Christ In the heart and every emotion will chord vilth love, every
thought will harmonize with love and every resolve will manifest the spirit
of love. Dr. H. F. "Wright, at First Presbyterian church.
For a Great Educational
King Jehoaklm sent for the scroll and had it r.ead In his presence, and
because it displeased him he cut It with his penknife and cast It into the fire;
many Jehoakims are still trying to -ut from the "Word such parts as dis
please them. Rev. A. J. 3IcElvrain, at Houston Square Baptist church.
The half way kind of Christian is one who has enough religion to make
him unhappy at a dance, or In a Sunday theater or vaudeville, and yet not
enough religion to make him happy In a prayer meeting or in the daily
reading of the liihle. Rev. Robert Lni ce Smith, at Firt Baptist church.
ws of El Paso Churches
fornia honeymoon.
Mr. Knoblauch is manager of the
Knoblauch Drug company. Miss Da
visson, with her parents, came to 151
Paso a year ago from Roswell, X. M.
Department of the Interior. United
States Reclamation Service, Washing
ton, D. C, June 25, 1910.
Sealed proposals wiil be received at
the office of the United States Reclama
tion Service, -Room 15, Chamber of
Commerce Building, El Paso, Tex., un
til 2 oclock p. m., August 9, 1910, for
constructing the roadbed, bridges anu
culverts for a branch railway from the
A., T. & S. F. Ry., at a point between
Engle, X. M., and Cutter, N. aL, to the
Engle dam site, near Elephant .Butte,
X. M., a distance of about ten miles.
The work involves the excavation of
.about 14,000 yards of earth, 50,000 yards
of rock and the placing of approxi
mately 400,000 feet B. M. of timber.
Further particulars may be obtained
from the office of the United States
Reclamation Service, "Washington. D.
C, Dl Paso, Texas, or Elephant Butte
(near Engle), X. M.-
R. A. Balllnger, Secretary.
of underground work.
Located Xear "Whitewater.
The property comprises about 3000
acres of mining ground and is situated
in the Burro mountain mining district
about 12 miles from "Whitewater, a sta-
Townsite Planned Near Site
of Proposed Structure
at Santa Rita.
Silver City, X. M July 18. The Chino
Copper company will install its steam
shovel equipment this month. Only a
portion of the big ore deposit has been
developed as yet, the present tonnage
being up to the 19,000,000-ton mark, and
Wilbur Keblinger, new secretary of
the international boundary commis
sion, and secretary to Gen. Mills, is in
EI Paso to Investigate the Chamizal
Mr. Keblinger is also here in the in
terest of the special commission on dis
tribution of the water of the Rio
Grande. He will remain two weeks
in the city.
tlon on the Santa Fe railroad, to which j it Is a little early to state just how
point the broadgage railroad is now j much of the Chino ground is capable
building from the Burro mountain dis- j of steam shovel "mining, but it Is believ
trict. ed that fully 40 per cent of the mineral-
It is important to note that the limits j ized area can be reached by this mod
of the ore zone in this district, so far . ern method.
as demonstrated, exceed in total area The work in mill, power plant and
of commercial ore any of the copper- machine shop construction is advancing
porphyry properties known of at this very satisfactorily, and the mine man
time in the southwest.
Mining men familiar with the condi
tions existing on the group of claims
Mr. Biole has consolidated, are of the
opinion that the property with its large
amount of well located virgin territory.
T... !.. .. I11.- -. Vn -rmvA im I '
a very small cost, and by carrying on
the drill work in a systematic manner,
putting down holes 200 feet apart, that
millions of tons of commercial ore can
be practically called blocked out month
ly. Secret Combine.
The negotiations for the options on
this large body of mineral land have
been conducted quietly and secretly, and
it is not yet known what the syndicate
is that is contemplating the purchase
of this large proposition, and when ap
proached on the subject Mr. Bible stated
he had nothing to give out for publication.
Washington. D. C. July 16. The
American National bank at Paris, Tex
as, has asked to be designated a de
positary for postal savings banks funds.
Much depends upon getting the right kind of a start.
The safety of your money is of first importance.
A Certificate of Deposit issued by the American National
Bank assures this.
4 Percent Interest Paid on Certificates of
Capital and Surplus, $24rO,000.00 f
Now Being Increased to $360,000.00 S
agement will accomplish its share of
the task by having the ores in shape
for mining when the big mill Is ready
for operation. The mill will have a ca
pacity of 3000 tons every 24 hours. The
ore will average 2 per cent copper,
occurring as a chalcocite and metallic
copper disseminated through the por
phyry mass.
The -mill .vill be located a distance of
ten miles from Santa Rita, on what is
known as the B ranch, which the Chino
company purchased recently from the
Victoria Land and Cattle company for
its valuable location and large water
supply, and a distance of one mile from
Hurley station, on the Santa Fe branch
from Whitewater to Santa Rita. ,
The company has platted a townsite
near the location of the mill, but the
;ame will be under the control of the
A branch store of the Santa Rita.
Store company has been opened at this
point and the grading of the track for
the branch railway from Hurley to the
mill has practically been completed
and the rails for the track are now on
the ground.
Houston Square Baptist.
The Aid society meets Tuesday af
ternoon at 4 oclock.
FIr.st Methodist.
Rev. C. O." Beckman has begun a
series of Sunday evening sermons or
Jesus. His topics for the next three
weeks will be Jesus the Friend, Jesus
the Lover, and Jesus the Savior.
Calvary Baptist.
The Aid society meets at the home
of Mrs. Soper. SOS Mundy avenue.
Tuesday afternoon at 4 oclock.
There will be a business meeting of
the church "Wednesday evening at S
FIr.st Christian.
The Christian Endeavor society will
hold its monthly business and social
meeting at the home of Rev. P. J.
Rice, 915 Lee street, Monday evening.
The "YV. C. T. U. will hold services
at this church all day Friday.
On July 31, F. M. Rains, of Cincin
nati, Ohio, secretary of the foreign
Christian missions will preach both
morning and evening. He is on his
way to make a tour of the non-Chris-tian
Machinery Ordered for Arknnsn-Ari-
zonn Property; Jerome-Verde
Company Hns Development
"Work Under "Way.
Jerome, Ariz.. July 16. The develop
ment of the large ore body in the Unit-
mines near the Sonora river, in Sonora,
where it holds an area of 228 pertenen
eias is now concentrated on a silver
lead ore body. A shaft has been sunk
to a depth of 150 feet In order to oper
ate the old workings. Drifting has been
done on two levels, at S3 feet and at
150 feet, developing a four foot vein
of good ore.
An extensive body if copper ore,
which is distinct from the silver-lead
ore shoots, is being developed by a dou-
Verde extension continues. This strike is
nrovins: a wonder, and If it sroes down ! be compartment shaft sunk on the
It -will be classed with the big mines of! foot 1va11- The shaft i in sood ore on
the world. ' three sides. The general formation is
The Arkansas-Arizona company is j lime pohphyry. The total development
waiting its machinery, ordered some "vork aggregates over 1000 feet. The
time ago. This plant will be one of the company uses a 130 horse power steam
most complete in the west. 4S incu double drum hoisting engine.
The Mescal company has purchased I V 65 horse power boilers and one
the claims of Owen and Allifons about ' ihgersoll-Sargeant 10 drill air com-
a mile and a half south of Jerome. 1 Pressor. Water Is brought from the
j with the great white plague, 'Coma
bathe in the warm sunshine of our
summer and our winter days, breathd
the pure air of our high altitude and
reft in the cool of our balmy nights,
and get well.' But both for her own
protection and for the sake of those
who come the fullest possible provis
ion should be made to care for all such
sufferers under conditions that will not
endanger the health of those who are
already here, and especially of the poor
of the city.
El Paso A'eeds More Schools.
"Educationally and religiously, cities
are still in the making. In both par
ticulars great progress is being made,
but there Is still much to be done.
Every city is .proud of Its public
schools as it well may be. But one
does not need to go very far Into social
conditions in any city to know that
great numbers of children are for one
reason or another deprived of a fair
share In their benefits. It is possible
for our schools to become far more dem
ocratic than they are. In El Paso orver
schools are needed. Situated as she is,
so widely separated from other great
centers, there Is every reason to hope
that this city will develop Into a great
educational center as well as a com
mercial and Industrial center.
City'.- Churches a Great Asset.
"Religiously there is much to be de
sired. We are proud of our fine church
structures, but it Is a serious question
If our people are religious. Multi
tudes are intlifferent to the ringing
call of Christ to lives of righteousness
and service. In this city a program
of wise evangelism is greatly to be
desired. Evangelism of .e right sort
would tone up the life of the whole
city and make it easier for everyone
to do right and harder to do wrong.
At the beginning of the twen- iU," "wr luaT cails ror tne lm"
-ntury there were 545 such cit- mediate action of men of high pur-
pue anu noote unseinsnness.
"There is a phrase going the rounds
which runs like this: 'God made the
country and the devil made the city
I object to the phrase. It is not true.
Cities are still In the making and ai
truly as any where God and man are
cooperating. The devil may be taking
a hand in the labor also, but we can
beat him If we try. The fact that
there is something to do, something to
arouse one's energies, to call forth
one's best efforts Is what makes the
city invitingly fascinating.
Local Opportunities JIany.
"If you don't want to engage in the
work of city making go to Pasadena,
where everything has been done. But
if you enjoy the struggle, if you like
to feel your blood tingle, and your
ambition rise to meet difficult situa
tions, stay In El Paso. Here every citi
zen who will, can throw himself or
herself Into the labor of city makrng
"with abandon, and may have the jov
of seeing some fruits from his labors.
By the grace of God every man ought
to say, Til do my best to make El
Summer Concerts
I Everybody has his own Summer Concerts at Home,
which are within the zone of proved
copper ground. Considerable work has
been done on the property.
At the Jerome-Verde everything Is In
readiness to start up with exception of
a few smnll nieces of machinerv. When
the .shaft is unwatered and the large i sniIt nas oeen put to work at the
Sonora river a mile and a half distant.
Paradise, Ariz., July IS. A second
pump is Installed below, the work of
development will be rushed. Power will
be conveyed by the line of the Arizona
Power company. S
Arizona Copper Company.
John. Gill, chairman, and Mr. Miller,
secretary of the Arizona Copper com
pany, are in New York from Edinburg.
Scotland, although operating in Clifton.
j Leadville shaft of the C. & P. Co., A
imra snirt oi miners win be put on
this month. Mining timoers and lumber
and sheet iron roofing are being hauled
to the camp.
In addition to stoping on reaching
the 200 foot level, the company plans
running a crosscut from that level to
the Colorado vein to prove Its value with
depth, the latter vein being on an ad
joining and parallel claim to the Lead
ville. "W. V. Richards is in charge of
the mine.
Improvements contemplated In the Near
Future to Increase Production Near
Silver City: Shaft" Woric Started.
Silver City, N. M.,- July 18. The Ty
rone property, situated in the Burrofl
mountain district, of which Maurice. P.
Johnson, of Salt Lake City, Utah, is the
general manager, has been mapped out
for a development campaign. Shaft
work is now under way and churn drill
ing will also be done to hasten a knowl
edge of the resources of the property.
After the shaft has penetrated the
leached copper zone, the company will
then do from 4000 to 5000 feet of cross
cutting. The deposit 'is not thought to
be covered with very much overburden.
The shaft is directly in line with the
workings on the Chemung property,
which is an adjoining property, and the
trend of the deposit on the Chemung
undoubtedly extends through the Ty
rone property. Both the Chemung and
Burro mountain companies now have
several millions of tons of commercial
ore developed.
Americans Numerous In "HTicnn Dis
trict, Which Is Rivaled !ir Arizona
Ore Fields; New Ma.'hJue'-y.
Bisbee, Ariz., July IS. While the Al
tar district is at Its zenith and -score-of
Americans are flocking there to de
nounce ground not already taken, two
other districts are attracting attention,
the Llano and -the Quijotoa districts,
the former in Mexico and the latter in
! Arizona.
The Llano region extends for several
In the Arizona Commercial, a rich
strike has been made in the Eureka shaft
at a depth of 35 feet below the 700 foot
level station here the shaft cut the ore
body. The shaft is now all in ore carry
ing copper carbonates and copper olance.
It is believed that this Indicates a hori
zontal faulting of the vein, and explains
the lack of ore higher up. The finding
At the First Christian church Sunday
evening the pastor. Rev. P. J. Rice,
delivered the first of a. series of lec
ture sermons on "The Modern City."
The theme of the lecture was "A City
in tne Making.' In the beginning Rev.
Mr. Rice stated that while roared In the
country he had been a pastor in cities
ranging In population from 20,000 to
2,000,000 all his professional life. He
"I claim no expert knowledge con
cerning city problems, but I have tried
to be a student of conditions and be
lieve I have some right to speak. I
have been a resident of this city neariy
a year and feel a keen interest in its
growth and development, which has
been so phenomenal in the recent past
anU whicn presents so much of prom
ise for the immediate future. I have
great sympathy with the mayor of any
city. He has. In my judgment, a harder
job than the president of the Unites
States. The office calls for ability
and patriotism of a high order and for
a spirit of unselfish service for the
good of others. Doubtless all who are
charged with responsibility, are aim
ing at improvement and we should be
patient with each other for the prob
lems are huge.
Cltle Grow Rapidly.
"The rapid growth of cities Is one of
the striking features of modern civili
zation. At the beginning of the nine
teenth century the United State3 had
but six cities of S000 or more Inhabit
tieth century
ies in our territory. In 1S00 les3 than
4 percent of the population lived in
cities. In 1900 33 percent of it was
urban. It took the city of New York
175 years to become as large as El
Paso Is at the present time. In the
j next 50 years it gained 2S0.000; in th
next 30 years It gained 630,000, and
from 1S69 to 1S90, the next period of
21 years, It gained 859,000. Numerous
cities, not only of America, but all
over the world, have experienced simi
lar growth, and this massing of people
has created many problems, most of
which we are still trying to solve.
Thus in practically every particular,
cities are still In the making.
"Physically this is true. Houses are
constantly being bu'lt. business blocks
are towering skyward, streets are be
ing improved: parks are being laid out
and beautified; telephones are being
installed; gas and water pipes are be
ing laid and street car tracks are be
ing extended. One seldom travels a
block in any city without witnessing
some unfinished situations.
El Paso an Able Exponent.
"All this is preeminently true of EI
Paso. Some severe criticisms of her ap
pearance might be made if one did not
remember that it is a city in the mak
ing and that the unfinished appearance
Is but a condition Incident to rapid development-
There is great need, how
ever, for a very unusual amount of
civic pride to dominate all our citi
zens if this chy is to be made as at
tractive as It may be. A permanent
grade should be established and fol
lowed and greater care should be ex
ercised In the laying of walks that they
may be more nearly regular in width,
design and grade. Private lawns should
be assiduously cultivated and clean-'
liness should be considered a virtue
next to godliness.
Massintr of Popnlatlon a Problem.
"The housing of great numbers of
people is one of the Important problems
Incident to the making of a city. Peo
ple cannot live healthily or morally In
cheap and unsanitary shacks. Hun
dreds of thousands of people die every
year simply as the result of the neg
lect or the greed of owners of tene
ments. The recent report of El Paso's
health department shows the conditions
here to he deplorable Indeed. Even
north of the tracks the condltlon.3 are
not beyond criticism. Cottages have
been built too near the street, both In
point of distance from It and in ele
vationr "The care of the sick and indigent
classes is another problem of gigantic
proportions. It is particularly import
ant in this city, and notwithstanding
the efforts that are being made by the
nealth department of the city condl
Paso a city beautiful, healthful, right
eous. "
A. S. Pierce, of the Alamogordo Stone
and Marble company, was here Satur
day with samples of the Alamo marble,
which his company Is preparing to place
on the market.
Haymon Krupp left Sunday for New
York and Boston to purchase goods for
his new wholesale furnishing store
which will be opened on South El Paso
hundred kilometers south of the Altar 1 t a body of ore in the shaft vas un- tIOS deplorable. This is naturally
district and some parts of it are coursed
by a railroad line, thus making it an
ideal field as far as transportation fa
cilltiesare concerned. The ground was
first 'worked by Jesuits and later by
Spaniards and indians. who exploited
only the surface, abandoning the place.
Some successful minin
j if he owns an
- or a
Buy one on the Easy Payment Plan.
W. G. Walz Company
Talking Machine Dept. 103 El Paso Street.
July Records Now on Sale.
309 S. EI Paso St. S
I Guns, Ammunition, Wagon Covers. Builders' Hardware, Tools all
P kinds Saddles. Harness. Cutlerj'. Tents. Oil Paint. Etc ' I
El Paso People Should Learn
to Detect the Approach
of Kidney Disease.
The symptoms of kidney trouble are
so unmistakable that they leave no
ground for doubt. S'.ck kidneys ex
crete a thick, cloudy offensive urine
full of sediment, irregular of passage
or attended by a sensation of scalding.
The back aches constantly, headaches
and dizzy spells mar occur and the vic
tim is often weighed down by a feeling
of languor and fatigue. Neglect these
warnings and there is danger of dropsy,
Bright's disease, or diabetes. Any one
of these symptoms is warning enough
to begin treating the kidneys at once.
Delay often proves fatal.
Tou can use no better remedy than
Doan's Kidney Pills. Here's El Paso
J. T. Stapleton, lawyer, 1011 Myrtle
Ave., El Paso. Texas, ays: "Years ago
I suffered from a severe case of
lately put through, have brought the
district to public attention, and from
the acreage already denounced it is
assumed that there 'will be great activ
ity there.
The Xjuijotoa district is located in
Arizona and Ir the past has been gen
erous in Its yield of gold. Many claims
have been staked in this district, but
owing to the fact that the mineral is
difficult to separate, no work worthy
of mention has been done so far. A
deal was closed a few weeks ago where
by a Quinner machine will be brought
to the ground and start operations by
next fall.
A. J. King, general manager of the
CInco de Mayo and other ropertles In
operations the Mo-ctezuma district of Sonora, Mex-
If Ice Creara conld
only take the place
of meat as thesub
stantial dish at
dianera zreatdeal
of money would
be saved.
Ice Cream, which
has always been
considered a lux
ury, costs less,
made from.
than meat. Its actual cost is abost one
And it is eood. substantial food too.
Dissolve Jell-O Ice Cream Powder in
milk and freeze. That is all there is to do.
Klavora Vanilla. Straw bcrrj. Leaioa. Cboc
oL&:e, and Unfavored.
At Crooars. 2 packsqas 2G coots.
Beautiful Kccloo Boot Fre.
a health restoring climate. As cor- . II TfeC Geaesee Fare FeodttLe Key, H.Y. JJ
dially as It can. with safety to Itself, f
iJirdsusiioHiQ say to every sunTerer j
n.u, ij iii me oi. itegis. jir. iving says
that things are moving along nicel and
that he has shipped a 50 ton lot of high !
grade silver ore from the mine and is
now shipping the second one of 54 tons
to the smelter. The ores of the Cinco
de Mavo are of fvtrpmp -r!Min! r,,i f
apparently unlimited in extent.
Middlemarch Property, With Record of
Old Producer, Still In Good Ore;
Development Work on
Mable Mine.
The copper mines in the Dragoon
mountains, in Arizona, are beinc ac
tively operated and j-ielding a good
quantity of ore. The . Middlemarch
mines, with a good record in the past
as a producer, in its recent development
shows that the sulphides extend In
three directions to an enormous ex
tent. There seems to be no bottom to
the ore. This sulphide -carries 20 per
cent copper, $10 gold and some silver.
Another mine In thft. Dragoon moun
tains Snaking a fine showing is the Ma
ble. An expenditure of 52S.000 has been
Kingman. Ariz., July IS. At the BI
Metals mines six miles southwest of
Kingman, a large number of wells are
to be sunk to develop water for the hiir
40V stamp mill proposed to be built by J
the owners. Should water not be ob-
tamable at the mines the plant will
probably be erected at Kingman.
The BI-Metals mine Is canabla nf i
sending out a daily output of 500 tons I
of ore of a value that will pay to mill 1
at Kingman.
made on developent work and Improve
ments, consisting of a tunnel 475 fAt
Bright's disease. My kidneys were much long, and a "shaft' 400 feet deep. Rand
disordered, which was shown by the un- drills are being ued In drifts both
natural condition of the kidney secre- ways from the shaft at the 300 foot
tions and finally my ankles began tj
swell. At that time Doan's Kidney Pills
were brovght to my notice and I pro
cured a box at Kelly & Pollard's drug
store. They entirely removed the swell
ing from my ankles and benefited me In
every way."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents.
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York,
sole agents for the United States.
Remember the name Doan's and
take i o other.
level. Good milling ore is foun.d
Silver-Lend Ore Rodv Iv Found In 1.10
Foot Shaft: W. E. Robertson, of
EI Paso Heads Operating
The Soi on B5-Metili Mining com
Tram of -nhi-h W. C R bertson. of El
Paso, ip president, w 1 ich Is operating
The Sonora Central Mines company
operating the Santo Domingo mine. In
the vicinity of Alamos, Sonora, is erect
ing a concentration mill and installinrr
machinery for a 100 tori mill. The mine
is 'one of the most noted antigua.s In the
Alamos district. The development work
in the last few years has opened up
large bodies of rich ore.
In the bottom of the Montoya shaft of
the Santa Fe mine in Cananea, a shoot
of ore eight, feet wide has been opened
up and is widening with depth. The ore
is silver-lead-zinc.
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attended by the highest priced baby
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than your baby if you give it McGee's
Baby Elixir. Cures diarrhoea, dysen
tary and all derangements of the stom
ach or bowels.
Price 23 cents and 50 cents. Sold by
all druggists.
Via Kew Orleans and
Southern Pacific
Steamship Co.
Palatial Steamers Sailing
Rates includes meals and berth between New Orleans
and New York. On sale June 1st to Sept. 30th. Limit
Oct. 31st.
For Sailing Cards and Literature Address
w. c. Mccormick:, g-.a. j. e. monroe, c.t.a.
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