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EL PASO HERALD
Sunday, September 21, 1913 7 C T'lIPnBSiteen Years I JL KkrKK ing Patronage High xperience t mere In ver Seven I Paso, the Proof s tncreas- Ability TIME The incorruptible judge of all things, has put the seal of true merit on the work of the International Specialists. For over seven years their work has been right before the eyes ot an exactag. sternly judging public and tM tact thar dSng theaTs their retards plainly show an ever increasing number of patrons, proves far better than boastful tirades "Of what one will do or promises to do." that their methods of doing business and the System of treating Chronic Diseases are topmost of all that Modem'Medical Science can offer to the chronic sufferer. During their sixteen years of general and special practice they have been able to select all that they consider 6f true merit from the various schools of medicine and have not been too narrow in their views to see the good points in every system, as a result, basing their opinion upon their record of cures, they believe their Combined System of treatment the most succesful in existence. . ' THEIR SEVEN YEARS OF UNPARALLELED SUCCESS HERE IS ONE OF THEIR TRUE GUARANTEES. THEY OFFER THOSE SEEKING MEDICAL AID. a guarantee far more binding and of much more value than any written contract or verbal promise. There is not a socalled written guarantee in existence, issued by a doctor or medical concern, that is not one sided and all m favor of the doctor-as a result it is an insult to the man of JlJrlTcnM. matter to offer him an instrument of writing of any kind. The International Specialists always ask and insist upon the payment of .tte 2? 2S $Tu ?ZZ tJS , JSSK I and protect the patient by treating them for a stated fee. In this way no one can say that they have' a patient come to tneir omces as long as possiuie uccuusc uiCJf a.c zm .. j r r as quickly as possible. THEY ADVISE THE SICK AGAINST TREATING WITH ANYONE WHO TREATS BY THE MONTH, and THEY WILL RETURN EVERY DOLLAR PAID THEM BY ANYONE WHO WILL PROVE THAT THEY HAVE TREATED THEM IN ANY OTHER BUT A SQUARE WAY. , mmm Taking into consideration the fact that there are so many different remedies advertised as sure cures for catarrh of the nasal passages, none of which could possibly cure, and the fact that so many good physicians claim that it is incurable one has good reasons for be ing skeptical regarding any kind of treatment, but, when treatment is based upon an absolute knowledge of the cause and that cause can be permanently removed, it stands to reason that a cure will result and that's exactly how we cure catarrh, for instance, in the preliminary examination of many patients we find a tumor, a polypus, a spur, an enlarged turbinate bone, a crooked septum orsom other mechanical irregularity the cause of all the symptoms, the correction of which is simple easy and "without danger. THIS E3 THE REASON WHY WE STATE THAT WE CURE MANY CASES OF CATARRH IN ONE DAY a statement that no one can sea- ously contradict, because the removal of the cause practically constitutes a cure. . In those few cases; due to repeated colds and the inhalation of irritating substances where there is a simple thickening of the mncrw membrane, PINOZONE, as we use it, generated by a special apparatus which we have installed, produces some remarkable cures m. -StarrTof theThroat, ears, bronchial tubes, stomach and intestines requires the same painstaking care mnd oJ f wetta5 and we Relieve that our system of diagnosis and treatment is unexcelled and this statement 5pJ,tJ5 CURED OVER TWO THOUSAND CASES right here in El Paso, many of whom had been told by good doctors they were incurable, and we will furnish anyone interested with a list of names of aa many as theyjare totarkwith. . RUPTURE, VARICOCELE, HYDROCELE CURED IN ONE DAY Tfcese are three conditions that medicines never benefit, and it is therefore useless-to take patent medicines, Home treatment, Bree-taftU treatments or wear electric belts. i.ti u.i j m. ;- 4J We treat these troubles under a guarantee of a positive and permanent cure, by methods pracfceaBy paaueSB asd wUSxwt essssaea PeS:S,UFISTULA AND FISSURE cured by modem methods. We use no injection, Kgatures or other PuM Breasurea. IT WILL" PAY ALL AFFLICTED MEN who have been wasting time and money on Home Treatments, Electm Belts, Jftee. Tnal Xfeat ments and other useless methods, to investigate our claims and system of treatment. We -do wit claim to , possajkwledgettat otto doctors cannot obtain, hut, by making a special study of, and devoting our entire time and attention to the treatment of Orronic, Iter vous, Blood and Special Diseases, we have perfected methods that are every day proving our BBpenorrtj- ixumastermg these affliction. It will pay one to come hundreds of miles rather than subject themselves to dangerous expenmenfa and delay m securing refcel. KE-. MEMBER IF WE FAIL TO DO ALL WE CLAIM OUR SERVICES COST YOU NOTHING. . . . SPECIAL NOTICE All people coming to El Paso for medical attention should inquire of the banks ea& leaning Uosmesa asnecmiV who are the best and most reliable specialists in the city. , Emmw E3iPB i?eftA NO. 1 CHRONIC DISEASES. NO. 3 DISEASES OF "W0ME2T. UF El OjftS Is tee So. 2-DISEASES OF MEN. NO. 4-SK3N, KIDNEY AND HECTAL DISEASES. These are easily the best books ever written on the above subjects, couched in plain language, hence easily understood by all classes people. We will send either one to any address in a plain sealed en velope, if this paper is mentioned. AH correspondence confidential. CONSULTATION, X-RAY EXAMINATION AND ADVICE FREE. OFFICE HOURS: 9 a. m, to 8 p. m.; Sundays, TO to 2 only. OBSTRUCTIONS Our equipment for treating obstruction is superior to that of any other specialist. Pain- fe- catffely-cKiiiin&led a-weoie-fto-iaest difficult cases with absolute certainty. SPECIAL DISEASES OF MEN In no other class of diseases is our "Ironclad rule," viz., (A correct diagnosis and removal of the cause), more applicable than in this class of maladies, neither is there any other class of troubles that should demand more careful attention and conscientious treatment because this has long been the fertile field of the quack and patent nostrum fakers. The term, Lost Vitality, is not a disease, therefore there is no one remedy or combination of remedies that will effect a cure in any case. The weakness is the result of some actual diseased condition which is generally easily diagnosed and removed by skillful treat ment, in this way the only rational way of treating this trouble. SOME CASES CAN BE CURED IN A FEW DAYS, while others, due to a complication of physical defects takes longer, but what we wish to impress most upon the man of weakened vitalityis the importance of a correct diagnosis and -givehim warning to avoid placing himself under the care of any doctor who claims a specific for this trouble. He is dishonest and a charlatan. Among the many causes of Decline are enlarged, infected or otherwise diseased prostate gland, chronic infections, varicocele and hydr cele, all of which respond more or less promptly to scientific treatment and after a removal of the cause our Special Combination of Animal and Chemical Extracts will rebuild any man, no matter how weak or how long the trouble has existed. DISEASES OF WOMEN That hundreds of useless, dangerous and mutilating operations are performed daily upon the female generative organs, everybody knows to be a feet; then why should a sensible woman submit to an operation which often destroys these important organs and fails to give the relief they seek, when other simple,- safe and sure methods of treatment such as we have perfected will give permanent relief. We always follow the principle to cure and preserve rather than to destrov important organs, in any diseased condition. NERVOUS DISEASES A great many diseases, uncertain in their symptoms, hut nevertheless causing severe impairment of the general health, can now be traced to a diseased condition of the NERVOUS SYSTEM. Not recognizing the REAL CAUSE of this class of patients, who, unable to find relief, are frequently driven into the arms of unscrupulous charlatans. The careful and intelligent examination we give to every patient enables us frequently to find as the cause a derangement of the Nervous System, which readily responds to the Specific treat ment we employ. BLOOD POISON In the eourse of Specific Blood Poison the discovery of "606" has marked an important advance, yet its administration is dangerous and often followed by serious, after effects. All these disadvantages have been overcome and this treatment developed into fullest efficiency in our BRITISH CURE. The BRITISH CURE is the highest perfection of all methods for the purification of the blood, re quires for its administration "but a few days, is absolutely harmless and painless and its results are complete and permanent. RUPTURE RHEUMATISM Under the various "SPECIAL TREATMENTS" that are administered in our Institution, our nonoperative Cure for Ruptr-cand our 30 day Cure for Rheumatism deserve special mention. These ailments have been treated heretofore without success, so that treatment that will positively effect a permanent cure should be welcome to the many disappointed sufferers of this class. CONTRACTED DISORDER Our improved methods cure in lass than half the time required by old forms of treatment. When we discharge a patient as cured be will stay cured, and a relapse is impossible. Over Sixty-Five Hundred Cases Treated in El Paso, All Sending Us Their Friends. SPECIALISTS. Dr. Ktchrsii & Company Hammett Block, Rooms 1, 2, 3, 15, 16, 17 and IS. Corner of Texas and Mesa Ave. Established 7 Years. Entrance Opposite Rio Grande Bank Building, El Paso, Texas I t . ' - i ii .i I .- , ..,, 1 - i ' i ' ...-- . a I MINING- NEWS HIKING- NEWS j MINING NEWS j 3SS-!SyfeW Baiking.by Mail Just as easy to open a savings account with us as though you lived nest door, , WE PAY 4 percent Interest compounded Twice Every Year. We do business -under the Depositor's Guaranty Law- of the State of Texas and are a Guaranty Fund Bank as provided by such Law. Our plan, in addition to being convenient, is safe, profitable and liberal. Nobody has ever lost a dollar in a State bank in Texas. Write today for our free booklet "BANETNG BY aiAIL" or simply mail your deposit. EI Paso Bank and Trnst Co., El Paso, Texas MINING NEWS HIGH DIE FOUI LftPDRT OLD Copper Body, Considered Most Valuable Yet Found, Is Uncovered. ESTABLISHED APBIL, 1881. CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PKOMTS, ?200,000. INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS C. B. MOREHEAD, President. 0. N. BASSETT, Vice President JOSEPH MAGOFFIN, V. Pres. GEO. D. FLORY, Cashier. L. J. GILCHRIST, AssL Cashier. wgmmmmm NEW YORKlinnFR R I -i a nm rib a n HS J? a bxT jnj MININGr NEWS On Sale Oct. 2-3-4-5-6-7-8 Limit Nov. 5th. via. IVcttaw We can give you your choice of routes via St, Louis Chicago Memphis, Shreveport or New Orleans. EH ; uts Rich Gold-Silver Ore in the Woodlawn Mine, Near Pinos Altos. H. MOHR Cut Rato Hardware, Paint and Glass 309 South El Paso Street f tt " JBHHktJ A & vaif.-..laEfc-;r -. aerora yon are filled "iATlti Mercury and iltucr I'oiionoua Drncs, see Dr. Che Hot, the botanist specialist, who cares the lollowinpr dis eases without the aid or minerals or Knife: Cancer. Blood poison. Kidney 1 Trouble. Rheuma- i Iettl Heart Disease. ind Wver derance nttits. Consultation r. 405 San An- lido St. Phone 2910 j Siler City. N. M., Sept 20. George Utter, who closed down his big zine mine some time ago, has resumed -work and will soon ship several car loads to Oklahoma and Kansas. Oglesby and his associates, who are mining near Pinos Altos, are making regular shipments o gold and silver ore to the El Paso selter. The ore carries much gold and the shipments are paying welL Bell and Wright are also making shipments from the Pinos" Altos district. Itlch Ore Found. A fine body of gold and silver bear ing ore has been struck in the Wood lawn mine, owned by county clerk E. B. Venable and Robert Houston, lo cated a few miles north of Pinos Altos. Assajs show values of over ?20 a ton and it is believed further development will show much higher values. A deposit of chrysolite, a rare stone, has been discovered not a great way fiom Silver City and Hanover, but its extent is not yet known. It 13 used for gems, and samples brought in show it is of very fine quality. Shaft In Completed. News has been received that the work of sinking the shaft in the Last Chance mine at Mogollon, has been completed, and very rich ore encoun tered. Drifts are now being run from the shaft into the ore body. The new air drills hare been Installed INTERNATIONAL oives your coy start. Phone 1 147. J. P. MuI&l gfc Kingman, Ariz., Sept. 20. What Is by far the richest copper ore ever discov ered in the Mineral Park district is now being opened in the old Laporte mine. Some very rich silver ore was recently uncovered in the old workings and a drift was started some distance to the south. The face of that drift is now all in ore of shipping value. Some of it carries as much as 80 percent copper. Ross D. McCauseland holds this prop erty under lease. It is only a short dis tance east of the town of Mineral Park The initial shipment of ore from the Copper Giant mine to the United "Verde smelter, has been made. It was one carload of ore carrying 20 percent cop per and about ?20 a ton in gold and silver. Fine ore is being opened at the 300-foot level and plana are being made to sink further. Drifts will be run from the 300-foot station and stopes will be opened on all levels. "Will Stimulate Development. The United "Verde Copper company has announced that it is in the market for high grade silieious ores. Thl3 may stimulate the development of proper ties in the Wauga Yuma district, a short distance southeast of Kingman on the west slope of the "Wallapal mountains. A number of promising copper properties lie in that district. One of the most promising is that of Chris Vogt and Peter "White, where some wonderful bodies of copper ore are being opened. , Recent work below the 200-foot level of the main shaft on the property of the Nevada-Arizona Gold Mines com pany, at Music mountain, has opened a body of ore six feet wide that aver ages $9 a ton in gold. The entire width of the- shaf Is In milling ore and drifts on the veins show values above $30 a ton. All the ore is free milling. One sample taken from the 100-foot level gaVe a result of 41 ounces gold or ?S20 a ton. When work in the shaft was discontinued, at a depth of 200 feet, the showing was not encouraging but below that level better ore is be ing opened than in any of the workings above. Plenty of ore is now developed to assure a large tonnage for the mill and it is expected that when the shaft is down 300 feet it will yield sufficient water for milling purposes. The mill has been overhauled and put in shape to go into commission at any time. Weeks Run Is $0000. A bar of bullion worth $9000 was brought in from the Tom Reed mill representing the result of one. week's run. The weekly bar from the Gold Road plant came to $15,000. No doubt now exists that the per manency of the ore bodies recently struck in the Ollie Oatman and Black Eagle claims of the Tom Reed has been proved. The Ollie Oatman Is some dis tance north of the old workings and the Black Eagle lies to the south. The principal Black Eagle ore body Is 12 feet in width, the greater part of which Is high grade milling ore. A hoisting plant is being placed on the shaft and sinking will be carried to a depth of several hundred feet. Wherever the Ollie Oatman and Black Eagle have been opened they show ore. Both are on the Tom Reed vein, which is ore along its -whole length. EXPECT OIL SOON IN ARTESIA WELLS In Terry and Jlnrtia "Wells Oil Indica tions Are Strong; Stancliif to Sink "Well VOOO Feet. Artesia, N. M. Sept- 20. Oil news is expected soon fromthe wells that are being drilled by tb,e Pecos Valley Oil and Gas company. , The Feemster well rig has encountered, water in the Terry well and oil is appearing in tho Martin well. In tho lattert well the drill is in oil and sand and 1 expected to strike considerabe oil at ja greater depth. T A. Stancliff hJis closed a contract with Dan McFarlaild to sink a well for oil 2000 fpet on scfme leased land be longing to Jones fbrothrs. on En i, Arrrjo. southwist of LakewooU, aa ?S a foot. MINING NEWS SINKING- RESUMED IN LINCOLN SHAFT Compressor Is Installed In Slaud Mine to Facilitate Sinking; Tunnel Driven on Mother Lode. Mogollon, N. M., Sept. 20. At the Lincoln Mining & Development com pany's property work, preparatory to resumption of sinking is completed and actual sinking started. This includes timbering of tunnel and unwatering and lining the shaft. A large pump is on the ground and will be Installed as soon as additional power is acquired, the flow in the meanwhile being hand led by a hoist. At the Maud Mining company's mine a compressor is being installed ta facilitate further sinking of a new shaft, which is now down a little OTer 500 feet. At the Oaks company the average of ore milled from tunnels B and C (east end tunnel group) in August was $16.12 per ton. The average grade from tun nel A mined and milled from the winze the past month was $20.80 per ton. "A" is the deepest tunnel now being driven on the vein. From the Deadwood mines a ship ment of five bars of gold and silver bullion was made last week. At the Socorro Mining & Milling company's property the Clifton tunnel, being driven on the mother lode of the district, is expected at any time to encounter and drain the large flow ot water found on the 500 -foot level in the mine last year, which was bulk headed at the time. It is reported a body of ore averaging $40 per ton was recently struck on the 800 foot level. The width of the shoot was not known, as neither wall had been reached." Tho mill is treating 175 tons daily. From the Pacific Mines company, from 15 to 20 tons daily are shipped to ono nf fho local custom mills. Another ,- chnnf Tias been cut on .the 240 foot . level, the deepest workings on flhe property. CHILD HAS RELAPSE, DEATH SOON OCCURS Enrolment in Schools of Alamogordo Reaches 535, the "Cargest In His tory of Schools. . Alamogordo. N. M, Sept. 20'. Miss Eva Mayes, the 11 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew S. Mayes, died at their home in this city Friday. She was in school until Tuesday, when she was stricken with a relapse of a malady with which she suffered last spring and summer. Mr. Mayes moved his family here in August from Oscura for the benefit of the schools. Tho Interment was held this afternoon at the city cemetery, the funeral services being held from the Baptist church. Ira "Wetmore, of Carrlzozo, stopped over here and drove home his'Stude baker seven passenger car, which has been in Rousseau's garage for sev eral days for some repairs. He was ac companied by W, P. Thompson, of El Paso. Supt. Chas. D. Gorge, of. the city schools, reports the total enrolment or 536 students in all of the schools ot the city at the close or the third week, which is in excess of tho enrol ment at the same time last year or any previous year. Of this number 91 are enroled in the high school. In the new branches, which have been added to the curriculum as a result of the location of the county high school here last spring, there are enroled, 18 in domestic science; 12 in manual training, and 31 in agriculture. Capt. D- W. Roberts is spending sev eral days- at Oscura. Mrs. S. B. "Webster, of San Antonio, is the guet of her sister. Mrs. H. H. Major. Aujgust Richter, of Jourdanton, Tex as, is here prospecting and visiting his old friend. J. F. Nichols. Mr. Richter may locate here. John Sherry is visiting the home folks for a while. Mrs. C- C. Hanna and children, of Hurley, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Tweed. Mrs. Eugene Balrd, of Tularosa. is visiting Mr. and Mrs. James Baird. ADS nV IMIOXE. The ordmarv cost of a. Want Ad in The F.l Paso Herald Is 25 cents. It 'rrar-b.s an average of about 70,000 rcaacrs eacn issue, EASTERN IE G TO B HE ISBEE Outside Interest in District Grows; Two New Shafts to Be Sunk. Bisbee, Ariz Sept. 20. Events of the past week have added new chapters to the mining activities in this district and demonstrate the worth of the Bis bee mines, and the interest shown in them ny eastern financiers. The Calumet and Arizona ornclals, including president Briggs and direct ors Thomas F. Cole, Peter Ruppe and Capt. Thos. Hoatson, have returned to Bisbee from an inspection of properties under bond in the Ajos and at the Su perior property of the Calumet & Ar izona. The visit of the officials resulted in orders to suspend the preliminary work or eamination. wnicn was m progress for more than a year, and which is known to have demonstrated a. great deal. Two new shafts have been decided upon as a result of the visit and in spection ot underground worKings or the company. One of these will be on the property of the "Warren Townsite. The location of the other has not been announced. The Warren townsite shaft is likely to prove an etension of the Briggs' ore body that might develop into one of the biggest things that ever happened in the camp. Relative to the Junction shaft, it was this shaft that is now concreted to the 1500 level, and is held to be the greatest piece of shaft work of the kind in the world. "With its entire depth concreted it will be just that much greater an engineering triumph. Will Not Be Taken Over. Recent reports of the intention of C. & A. to take over the Tip Top and other properties in th,e old Hat district in the vicinity of Tucson was denied. C. &l A. pnirinpfirq hftvft Tint been on theso properties, so far as company oinciais are advised, ana mere is cer tainly nothing doing with reference to taking them over. Dividends Are Satisfactor. Dividends of Calumet & Arizona and Shattuck, announced recently, made no change in the standing of these companies, ecept that with the C & A., there is given a very strong en dorsement of its intrinsic value and resourcefulness, for It has erected a new smelter, concreted a great shaft and conducted various other enter-i prises from which earnjngs are yet to come without imparlng either its re serve fund or reducing its dividend disbursements. The dividend an nounced during last week was $1.25 per share, the usual payment, and 25 cents excess of. the payment made a year ago. Shattuck-Arlzona. has announced a dividend of 50 cents a share, which conforms with the previous dividend this year and establishes the quarterly dividend rate on this basis. The August output of the Phelps Dodge properties made a very excellent record. The total amounted to 13,971, 674 pounds of copper, compared with 12,611,837 pounds in the previous month and 13,152,552 pounds in August, 1912. The Copper Queen contributed 7590, 904 pounds, the highest monthly output reported In four years; custom ores contributed 661,410 the smallest amount for the eight months, and Detroit con tributed 2,187,223 pounds, the highest for 1913, t odate. Developing Oro Mine. G. G. "Williams, of Rochester, N. Y who has been operating in the Oro Blanco district, 75 miles south of Tuc son and 35 miles west of Nogales, was a visitor here. Present operations in the Oro Blanco being carried on by several concerns, are making for depth and are finding there that the fissure vein runs north west and southeast. There has not been sufficient development work to warrant the statement that they will making a mining camp of rich values, but the outlook is very favorable. Mr. Williams's is the Oro, and old time mine. At present he is trying out the ground from the 350 level of his shaft, with crosscuts and drifts. The Ticvr Zieser -will keep up the I'aiauvu i.4 i i,f r.n wjin a icw extra J frills thrown in trails, Advertisement. TWIN PEAK MINE TO BE DEVELOPED Capital Is Supplied For Bxtenjd-re Op erations; Mill Construction Maj Also Be Resumed. Clifton, Ariz, Sept. 20. Exteasrv plans for the development of the Twin Peaks mine, a few miles from Duncan, have been announced. Since opera tions were resumed men have been set to work sinking the main shaft from the 300 foot to the 800 foot level. Cross cuts and drifts will be rn from dif ferent levels to explore the ore bodies. Insufficient capital has long hind ered the development of the Twin Peaks. Recently the eastern stock holders advanced a large sum and there Is now sufficient money on hand to determine the location of all the ore bearing strata. Though all the rode taken out of the various workings has carried, gold, the ore has been ot such low grade as to make shipping to smelters unprofitable. At one time the contsruction of a mill was started but the work was abandoned because of lack of capital and definite information regarding the ore available. The owners now ex pect to develop large reserves and, finish the milL J A few miles away from tho Twin Vea&S IS tne oia u&rjyje uuuc, wuicu produced milions of dollars in gold and silver in the early days and Is once more receiving the attention of mining men. Gold oro 18 being extracted from the New Strike property, a short distance from the Twin Peaks. It runs about $1000 a carload, or $40 a. ton. Fourteen cars have been shipped to the Shannon cmelter, at Clifton. NEW SMELTiR MADE USELESS BY DEFECT Failure ot Bricks to Unite Make Opera tion Impossibe and Mntte "Frceae and Becomes Solid. Clifton. Ariz., Sept. 20. A large force of men Is at work chiseling and sawing out 500 tons of solid matte, "frozen" in the first furnace of tha Arizona Copper company's new smelter. It Is expected that at least six months will pass and many thousand of dol las will be spent before the smelter can he used. In the meantime tha old plant will be operated. The furnace was lined with fire brick. Between each brick was a small space. It was supposed that the bricks would melt and run together as soon as a fire was started under the furnace. But the bricks were defective and did not melt. The molten metal ran into the interstices. As soon as this, became known the fires were drawn, leaving the matte inside the furnace to cool and become solid. It is now a solid mass of 500 tons, 99 per cent copper. AUTO TRUCKS MAY REPLACE MULE TEAMS Prescott, Ariz., Sept. 20. The mules and wagons now used for hauling the ore of the Commercial mine, in Copper Basin, to Skull Valley station, may soon be replaced by auto trucks. Ex tensive Investigations are being made to determine the advisability of the change, which probably will not take place under six months. A deal Is 'now on with a coast com pany for the purchase of two trucks -with wide flanged wheels, having a carrying capacity of six tons. The two trucks, it is stated, can carry a carload of ore to the station in one day. Thomas N. Marmont has announced that he will establish a permanent camp and begin the development of his group of claims near the Senator. A deal is now on for tha transfer of the Midway mine, near the Bluebell on Turkey creek, to eastern investors. If the deal goes through the Midway will be thoroughly developed. SHORTHAND IN 6 TVEEKS "Why study 6 months or a year in other schools when we can fit you for a stenographer's position in one-fourth of that time? Our system endorsed by El Paso's biggest business men. Our grad uates holding best positions in El Paso. Bookkeeping. Day & Night School pass crry iusinkss college, Morehouse Block. Oregon & Texas. Phne 5607. Mill IS PUSHED IN JEBOME MIES Development Is Active in Sis Properties; Guggenheim s Reported Interested. Jerome, Ariz, Sept. 20. -Mine devel opment continues on the six most prom ising properties in the Jerozne mineral belt the Arakansas & Arizona, "United Verde extension. Haynes, Cleopatra, Calumet & Jerome &nd Hnll. With these can be included the Pittsburg Jerome, on which, some effective work: is being done. Some tunnel work la also being done the Copper Chief. Rumor persists that tin, Gusseahelmaf have taken over tie Chief. ' South of the Copper Chief, work fcff being carried on in a small way- on thej Joe T.trsen holdings, and some goodl mineral is being disclosed. The work of installing- the new. hoist and the A. & A. is progressing; without a hitch. It is thought thar. this work will be completed, well -within the estimated time. Underground; in this property commercial ore is be ing opened, particularly in the south) drift from the 1400 foot level. At this point the ore body is increasing in size and richness with every foot of work. Good headway is being made in the raise to the shaft from the 1400 foot station, in spite of the fact that it la being driven through an extremely, hard formation. Little actual development is being; done on the Cleopatra at this time. Men are working on the apex ore body above the town of Jerome. On the Apex ore body three shifts' are drifting and preparing for sinking. A shaft will be sunk on this body deep enough to expose the exact tip of the ore. and drift or crosscut will be started from the Hull tunnel to tap it. The drift on the apex Is now la five feet of high grade ore. . Three Crews In Hull 3Hae Men are working at three different! places on the group of the Hull Copperj company. A winze is bein sunk from the Hull tunnel, west of the 1S88 shaft. t The Hull tunnel is also being driven forward and work is being done in, the tunnel on the Jerome claim, west of the United Verde Copper company's ground. "Work Is going forward in four dif ferent places oh the United Verde ex tension. The main shaft is now down 120 feet and the raise being made from the 809 foot level to meet it, is up 75 feet. "When this shaft is completed to a depth of 800 feet, work underground can be prosecuted much more rapidly because of better conditions. The winze from the 800 is now dcrwn. 240 feet and the south drift from the same level is in several hundred feet All these workings are in the oxidized zone. At the Calumet & Arizona the 800 foot tunnel is now nearlng known ore bodies exposed nearer the surface, and it is predicted that at the depth the tunnel will tap them, they will haxe increased in size and richness. The New Zteger will keep up the reputation of the old with a few extra frills, thrown in gratis. Advertisement. DAILY CONCERT BY BOSTONLA TRIO 3 TO 5 OCLOCK AT &&& kD jT9' j? COXFHCTIOXERT CO. Mesa Ave and Texas St.