Will McD

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Will McD - WILL PAY TO SHIP " LOW GRADE ORE After a...
WILL PAY TO SHIP " LOW GRADE ORE After a thorough examination of the McDermott group of mines in the Mayer district. In which they became associated with William McDermott In the ownership of the properties, "Walter "Walter Lewis and T. M. Lowry have left for their homes in Butte, Montaua, to penect arrangements for the devel opment of the mines on a large scale. says the Prescott Journal-Miner. Mr. McDermott. who is superintend ent of the Twin Bu'.te mines in Pima county, stated before leaving for the south that all plans for the develop ment of the ilcDormott group would be made as fast as possible, and that the expected work would be resumed on a larger scale than ever by the first of June. The mines will be equipped with hoists and other machinery. machinery. Speaking of the Twin Buttes mines. age easterner looks upon as a land of dangerous outlaws and shoot-'em-up cowboys. crops .Jn . Kansas.:- a, f v.- ' Aa " - --vtTOHS. Piano lessons at 109 Opera Drive. Just back of Central School. 849 owned by the Twin Butte Mining and Smelting company, of which ex-jiay- or David B. Rose of Milwaukee. Is president. Superintendent McDermott said: "I am confident that one of tho sreatest coooer mines of the terri tory will be developed there. I made two examinations of the ground be fore I assumed the management oi the concern, and am well satisfied with the developments since I took charge. People here may not believe it, but it is a fact that the output oi xne mine can be shipped to El Paso for $3 a ton, where the treatment charges amount to only $1 12 a tone, enabling the company to mine and ship J per cent copper ore at a profit. The low smelting charge is due to the presence in the ores of a high per cent of Iron which makes the product a very desirable desirable ore to a smelting company." He stated further that he had a rorce of men engaged in sinking the main working ihaft to the 500 root level, where a station will be cut and the orebodies, which show a width of over twelve feet in the present worKings, explored by drifts and crosscuts.

Clipped from Bisbee Daily Review21 May 1907, TuePage 3

Bisbee Daily Review (Bisbee, Arizona)21 May 1907, TuePage 3
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