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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 8 May 1901

THE SUMPTER MINER VOL. II. SUMPTER. OREGON, MAY 8, 1901 NO. 35 E. &E. FINALLY TIED UP DAVID WILSON NEGOTIATES THE COMPLICATED DEAL. He Hold Three -Quarter of the Outstanding Bend, Which arc Delinquent In case of Foreclosure, an $800,000 Payment Would be Required Property can be Bought on a Basis of $350,000 The Mine hat Produced a Million and a Half Dollar. David Wilson, "the city builder," has accomplished what many mining men have failed to do during the past few years he has "tied up" the famous old E. & E. mine, and now has the deal In such shape that he can deliver a controll ing interest In the property. He returned to Sumpter this forenoon from a three weeks trip to St. Louis and Portland, where live the men who own the mine and hold the company's obligations. To a MINER representative Mr. Wilson stated that he has an option on more than three-quarters of the outstanding bonds, which are delinquent. It requires the consent of the holders of 75 per cent of these bonds ...

Publication Title: Sumpter Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 8 May 1901

THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday, May 8, 1901 MININC INVESTMENTS. Large Profits Attracting Atten tion of Conservatives. It is undeniable that the most influential business men of the world have turned their attention to mining, the source of nearly nil wealth; for persons who have been enslaved to the idea that the only safe proposition was a s-per-cent or 6-per cent security now realize that many mil lions ol interest have breu lost to them through heeding the advice of those Inter ested In cheap money, and that among the nankins; Institutions of the west 18 and 20 per cent per annum is not considered a hazardous western profit or excessive dividend on the great majority of our gilt' edged mining securities; and, further, the richest men in the world are mining kings, many ol whom have grown powerlul through the proper application of original ly a moderate capital, and it is proven that while millions of dollars have been lost In railroads, larm mortgages, (astern Indus trials and build...

Publication Title: Sumpter Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 8 May 1901

Wednesday, May 8, ,1901. THE SUMPTER. MINER ""t"t"t"t"t"9Mt"t"tMt"tvl,t'!jS Sunrise Stock at 2c $20 per 1 ,000 j; Shares Until May 1 5 Next 4 1,000,000 Capital Stock Full Paid and Non Assessable 500,000 Treasury Stock Become interested in a proven mining district. Sumpter's dividend paying mines are proof. Some have 1,000 feet depth, others are sinking 2,000 feet. j The Bonanza paid 102,000 in dividends for the month of March, 1901. The Sunrise mine is the direct south extension of the rich Inter Mountain mine. This company has absolute title to its mines; each share gives you an interest; each share will in crease in value as the mine developes without additional cost to the holder. One thousand shares will make you money. One hundred thousand shares will make you a large sum of money. This Mine Has Rich Ore Send For Engineer Report W. C CALDER. President A. C LITTLE. Vice-President E. E. McCAMMON. Secretary SEYMOUR H. BELL. Treasurer W. F. DILLON. Director Sunrise Mining Company f...

Publication Title: Sumpter Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 8 May 1901

THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday, May 8, 190 1 The Sumpter Miner Officii! I Paper of the Town of Sumpter. I'l IIIIMiri) rVIWY WLDMSIIAY MV C. II. MAKMI ask I. W. CONNCI.LA suiim:pii'1iun path One Year Sin Months .$ bo '! AlVA. IN AtlVASU'. LntereJ .11 llr pottiiMUr III Siimplrr, Oregon, tor irantmitMnn through tnr- in.iiis as second cla matter Wlil:M you ;ite IuiocUIhk the knockers, don't forget to lkl the dou'ln-tlie-man-Ker. I hey are tuin brothers and there are sever, il p.ilr of the pestiferous var mint iiiiinlii)', at l.iricc In thesr p.irts. DOWN In Arlon.i yesterday, President McKinley was peeled hy the r.idiant American II, in t,oo feet tinder tiiound, while InsipettliiK the Ctinuress mine, which incident luriihlied occasion for tome ol hU Ui.imlIciMIc lellcitous remarks. DOWN at Haker City the papers are "leatuilnn" Interviews with traveling men. When one ot them noes on record that "ilils country Is destined to be one ol the greatest inhibit; regions of the West," he is good lo...

Publication Title: Sumpter Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 8 May 1901

Wednesday, May 8, 1901 THE SUMPTER MINER YOU STILL HAVE A CHANCE & THERE ARE JUST 14,500 SHARES REMAINING UNSOLD ON THIS 8th DAY OP MAY, OF THE 60,000 SHARES OP STOCK OFFERED AT FIVE CENTS: Gipsy King Gold Mines Company Shares Non-Assessable 6ysy3y. GysrfM GyrsyMtG. orr 6y. .. ' ttmon-e V i$ " z '"""" GyrsyfvMS I yo, Soy. -;: -iJiwMri 1&S Scrtoft yotf AoMffry GysrMwe GeAjffifMS GoAy. cjfiSS2rfl.-1 THIS company's properties are situated in the rich Cable Cove district. The ledge has been stripped for a distance of 200 feet. On the surface it is five feet thick, and averages better than 20 in gold, with silver, copper and lead values in addition. The lowest assay gave 14.92, the highest 49.60. A tunnel has been driven 7c feet and is now in the casing of the ledge. The vein will surely be cut in less than 1 5 feet, at a depth of about 48 feet. Just across the creek within 200 yards of the mouth of this tunnel, on the same vein, in the Gipsy Queen, at sixty feet in depth, the le...

Publication Title: Sumpter Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 8 May 1901

THE' SUMPTER MINER Wednesday, May J8. t$w CITY COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. Matter of Sewerage Indefinite ly Postponed. At n meeting of the city council Satur day tvenlnR a resolution was Introduced and adopted modifying the contract with Till: MINI-K for doing the printing, changing the rate for publishing ordl nances and notice!) from fivt to three cents and making one or two other minor changes. linglneer l-'enner's report on the sewer age system was read. It estimates that to cover the business portion of the city, It would require 1500 feet of ten inch pipe for the main sewer, and 2628 feet of right and ten inch pipe for loteral Hues; the whole system to cost f ),6oo, or f 34.45 a lot, for the area covered. The whole matter was at first bid on the table and afterwards postponed Indefinitely. It will doubtles be taken up again. A protest was filed against Rradlng Au burn street, until something can be done to prevent the water ditch from flooding that street. Messrs. Neill, Holly and Gr...

Publication Title: Sumpter Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 8 May 1901

Wednesday, May 8, 1901 THE SUMPTER MINER Diadem Gold Mining Co. OFFICERS President J. H. ROBBINS Mayor of Sutnpler Vice-President N. C. RICHARDS Attorney-t-Uw Sec'y and Treas...OTTO HERLOCKER Ant. Cashier Flrtt Bank ot Sutnpler Directors J. H. Robblns, N. C. Richards, E. M. Anderson, M. D. Supt. of Mines DAVID O'NEIL Gelser P. O., linker County, Ore con In aJJItlon lo the officers of the cnmpiny among the stockholJers are: linn. Lee Mantle, late U. S. Senator, Hutte, Montana; Thos. K. HinJj, late County Treasurer, Butte, Montana; Hon. John h Forbes, Attorneyat-Law, Butte; Lhas- S. Warren, Speculator, Butte; los. F. Par dee, Miner. I'hltllpst-urc. Montana; H. M. Grant, Insurance Adjuster, Pertland: Geo. W. McDow ell Broker I'ertlanJ: C B. Richardson, Contrac tor, Walla, Walla, Wash.; Hector AlcRea. Miner, Rossland, B. C; Dr. II. C Sills, Fort Wayne, InJ., and many others who have Investigated this promising property. Mines Situated on Green horn Mountain Baker County a 1,000,000 SHAR...

Publication Title: Sumpter Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 8 May 1901

THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday, May 8, 1901 The Demand For Sumpter Gold Properties 8 TO I INVESTORS I TO I MINE OWNERS 1 Lo j?iasSfgfs&i&gfS IS GREATER ATTHIS PERIOD THAN IN ALL THE HISTORY OF EASTERN OREGON MINING EXPERIENCE. We want any number of legitimate mining propositions that will bear the very strictest examination. Dividend paying mines, partially developed mines with ore reserves, prospects with merit are asked for. In listing properties with us, state specifically cash and bond price. Jt j J J CONFINE DESCRIPTION OF DE VELOPMENT, CHARACTER OF ORE AND SIZE OF VEINS TO FACTS. ADDRESS OR CALL ON RE POESfDEXTER & CO. MINING BROKERS The Oldest Operators in the Camp References Any Bank in Baker County Basche Block, Sumpter, Ore. WORK AT THE MAC'S LUCK. This Property I Being Developed by a Mil waukrc Company. Mounted on Hie hurricane deck of five spirited cayuses Sunday morning last, Otto lleilocker, l)lcl Nrlll, l:. A. 13. Starr, I:. II. Horner and C. S. McLaln starte...

Publication Title: Sumpter Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 8 May 1901

Wednesday. Mav 8. t.,01 THE SUMPTER MINER '' COUNTY RECORDS. Thr following is the record of official busint ss transacted at the county seat of Baker county for the week ending Tues day, May 7, 1901. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. Warranty deed April )o, Jos Palmer anj wile toCE Forsterllng, trad 61x71x96 leet In Wilovale, near b a 1 Warranty dee J February 14. B S Huntington and wile to Frank Maori, lots 10 and 11, blk 1 Huntington, Or. 100 Warranty deed March so. A C Degel et al to town ol Huntington, tract Eoxtj6ftand one 80x141 It In In First adn ayj Warranty deed-Feb at, T B Moore and wile to D L Wyatl, lots t anj , Ilk ar. McCrary adn Baker City, and a8o A In a j, 1 10, r 41 . . jooo Warranty deed April 11, B W l.cvons and wile to Rhoda E Jett. lot 1 blk 16, Levens adn to BakerClty 5 Warranty deed March 14. J Shephard and wf to W B Dougal, Anaconda and Miners' Ex change quant claim 1000 MININd MATTtRS. Mining deed Nov 18, G L Guild and wile to Gold Leal Mining Co, the Little Calder qu...

Publication Title: Sumpter Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 8 May 1901

THE SUMPTER MINER. Wednesday, May 8. 1901 10 CONSERVATIVE MINING INVESTMENT! LIBERTY BELL CONSOLIDATED MINES COMPANY own four quartz claims in the Alamo division of the lamous Red Boy district, one half mile from the town of Alamo, in Grant County, Oregon. In the very heart of possibly the Greatest Mineral Zone in all the world, surrounded by such well Unown operating properties as the Bonanza, Strassburg, Red Boy, Inter Mountain, Cougar, Concord, Alamo and Quebec. The claims are well timbered and watered. Geological formation argellite and porphyry. Character of ore simple silicious quartz, sixty per cent free milling, the remaining values concentrating $0 in one. Three distinct well defined veins can be traced for a distance of 1000 feet on the sur face, averaging Irom 14 to 30 feet between walls, giving Sy.o per ton on surface. Numerous open cuts, adits, tunnels and ci oss country trenches thoroughly prospect the width and values ol the ledge. Pan samples taken from various test ...

Publication Title: Sumpter Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 8 May 1901

Wednesday, May 8,' 1901 'THE SUMPTER MINER 11 ANOTHER LOST CABIN MINE, La Grande Man Will Try to Find it With the aid of an Indian. Here is a story from the La Grande Chronicle that Is so strikingly similar in detail to the method of manipulating the gold brick deal that the promoter of the scheme would be liable to arrest, were It not for the fact of his evident sincerity and frauk acknowledgement that there Is a chance of failure for the proposition. This is what the Chronicle says: E. S. McComas has organized at Union the black Hawk Gold Mining and Explo ration company 'with a capitalization of 100,000 shares of f i each. The company gets Its name, its origin and whatever the future may contain tor it, from an experi ence of Mr. McComas with black Hawk In the sixties. He had done Black Hawk some favor and in return the Indian had promised to lead him to a gold ledge of fabulous wealth. He died before he had fulfilled his promise, but bequeathed his duty as a legacy to his wife an...

Publication Title: Sumpter Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 8 May 1901

f, I 12 THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday, May 8. 1901 TALK OF THE TOWN Work was resumed on the brick hotel Monday. The building will probably be finished In two months. Superintendent Graves, of the Colunv bin, went to Raker City yesterday, to have home machinery repaired. As an evidence of the onward march of civilization in this camp, it can be stated that a tennis club Is being organized here. W. II. llnbsou,of the Hobson Mercan tile company, has returned here and will probably remain permanently, for some time at least. Sim Fox, a brother of Mrs. Tom Mc H wf 11, died suddenly In Baker City Mon d ty. The remains were sent to Portland for Interment. A. J. Trimble, owner of the Anna Lulu F. J. Hard, manager of the Oregon Mining Stock exchange, at Portland, was a brief visitor here last Saturday. Ar riving on the morning train, he went at once to the Huron group of claims on McCollough Fork. He left for Portland Sunday forenoon. A. P. Wyman, of Chicago, and S. E. Gould, of Crossville, Te...

Publication Title: Sumpter Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 15 May 1901

THE SUMPTER MINER VOL. II. SUMPTER. OREGON, MAY 15, 1901 NO. 36 MINING MEN FLOCKING IN COMING TO SUMPTER FROM EVERY WHERE ON EARTH. New Comer are Looking; for Buyi Rretl dent Operator Returning; From Their Annual Pilgrimage to the Money Cen ter All Bring Favorable Report of the Future of the Mining Induttty. Scattered through the columns of THE MINER today are paragraphs announcing the presence here of mining men from everywhere on earth. This Is a surer sign of the arrival of spring tjian sprouting grass, blooming flowers and singing birds. It means that It is time for begin ning mining operations on new proposi tions, increasing the working forces on mines that have been In operation all winter, of the consummation of bond ing and buying deals that have been pending for months past, when the deep snows have prevented inspection of pro perties Involved. The new comers are, none of them, Ig norant of the country. They have been reading THE MINER and corresponding with friends or pro...

Publication Title: Sumpter Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 15 May 1901

THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday, May i?t 1901 IDAHO MILLIONAIRES. Laid Foundation of Fortunes in Mining Ventures. Last Thursday Capt. Joseph K. Dela mar sold his copper mine, equipped with smelting plant, located 25 miles from Redding, California, for 52,240,000. This same titled civilian came to the Sil ver City minion district hi Owyhee county, this state, about 13 years ago, with Individual assets not exceeding $12,000, and immediately began opening tip the now famous gold mine hearing his name, which he subsequently transferred to an English syndicate for over $2,000, 000. bailing in the modest effort to be come the Idaho commissioner for the i8oj world's fair, the Incensed and pride-beaten captain bid adieu to Idaho and her people, malting headquarters In Salt l.ahe, and from Utah's capital city directed exten sive mining operations in several states. The Delamar gold mine and town of same name are the creations of Ills rest less ambition, while the Golden Gate mine at Mercur, Utah...

Publication Title: Sumpter Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 15 May 1901

Wednesday, May ij, 1901 THE SUMPTER MINER Diadem Gold Mining Co OFFICERS President. J. H. ROBBINS Mayor of Sumpter Vice-President N. C. RICHARDS Attorny-t-Uw Sec'y and Treas...OTTO HERLOCKER Asst. Cashier First Bank ot Sumpter Directors J. H. Robblns, N. C. Richards, E. M. Anderson. M. D. Supt. of Mines DAVID O'NEIL Gclscr P. O., Baker County, Ore ton In addition to the officers of the company among the stockholders are: Hon. Lee Mantle, late U. S. Senator, llutte, Montana; Trios. R. Hinds, late County Treasurer, Butte, Montana; lion. John l:. Forbes, Attorneyat-Law, Butte; Chas. S. Warren, Speculator, Butte; Jos. F. Par dee, Miner, I'hllllpjhurc Montana; If. M. Grant, Insurance Adjuster, Pertland: (ieo. W. McDow ell, Broker Portland; C B. Richardson, Contrac tor, Walla, Wulla, Wash.; Hector McRea. Miner, Rossland, B. C; Dr. II. C. Sills, Fort Wayne, Ind., and many others who have Investigated this promising property. Mines Situated on Green horn Mountain Baker County a 1,000,000 SH...

Publication Title: Sumpter Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 15 May 1901

THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday, May 15. 1901 The Sumpter Miner Official Paper of the Town of Sumpter. I'UHUSIMI) V.VtUY WltlNKSIlAY IIY C. II. MARSH AND J. W. CONNOLLA SUIISCRIPIION RAll'S One Year .. . SI Months i.jj ALWAYS IN AllVANOI'. I.nlrrrd ni ihr pmtnlilce In Sumplrr. Oregon, lor lranmilon lliruugli the malls as second class mailer. '1 111:1(1: are two sides to the question of the prices asked for prospects. Of course, some claim owners place an exorbitant valuation on their properties, and as a re sult they will never male a snle; but there are many promising claims In this district that can be bought or bonded at reasonable figures and on liberal terms. This perpetual complaint of high prices come mostly from men ulm are opciatlng on thrlr call and a shoestring. Till: MINI:.' has been requested by sev eral business men to agitate the matter of taking early action hi arranging for a Pmiith of July celebration here. This Is 11 subject that should not require any newspaper urgin...

Publication Title: Sumpter Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 15 May 1901

Wednesday, May 15, 1901 THE SUMPTER MINER . CHARTER OF CITY Which Became a Law on the 6th Day of February, 1 90 1 . AN ACT. To lncoporatc tho City of Sumptcr, and to provide a charter therefor, and to repeal all acta or parts of acta In conflict therewith. Be it enacted by tho legislative assem bly of the State of Oregen: CHAPTER I. OP THIS INCORPORATION AND DOUNDARIES OP THE CITY. Section 1. Tho inhabitants of tho town of Sumptcr, Baker county, Ore gon, and of that part of the county of Baker and State of Oregon within the limits hereinafter prescribed, aro here by created and established a body politic and corporate nnd declared to be a municipal corporation by the namo and stylo of tho City of Sumptcr; and by such name shall have perpet ual succession, contract and bo con tracted with, suo and bo sued, plead nnd bo Impleaded, defend and bo do fended, In nil courts of justice and in nil nctlons, suits and proceedings whatsoever; may purchase, lenso, hold or recclvo property, real ...

Publication Title: Sumpter Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 15 May 1901

THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday, May i$. 1901 peached, but tho council shall be and constitute 11 court to try all onsen of Impeachment, and may provide the Ing of such Indebtedness, and pro vided further, that at such time there after as the council may determine, manner of conducting trials of tho , should It bo determined to Incur same. isiich indebtedness, It shall be the duty Section 29. The mayor shall be ex of the mayor to procure blank bonds officio tho presiding officer of tho conn- , of sultablo design nnd cause tho same ell and shall preside over Its dellber- to bo properly filled out In amounts of ntlons when It Is In session. Ho shall one hundred dollars each or any multl not bo entitled to vote, except in cane plo thereof, up to ono thousand dol- of n tie vote of tho members of the lurs each, which bonds shall bo made rooms, drinking shops, and tippling houses, billiard tables, pool tables, pigeon-hole tables or any table where halls and cues are UBed, bowling alleys, shoo...

Publication Title: Sumpter Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 15 May 1901

Wednesday, May ij, i.oi THE SUMPTER MINER r 27. To Impose, collect and appro priate fines, forfeitures and penalties for the breach of any ordinance, but no fined so Imposed shall exceed $100, and the imprisonment shall in no case be imposed for a longer term than fifty days. 28. To provide for the survey of lots and blocks, and streets and al leys within the city, and for making and establishing the boundary line of Buch lots, blocks, streets, alleys, and for the naming of the streets. 29. To establish and regulate fees and compensations of all officers of the city, except when otherwise pro vided by law. 30. To regulate and prohibit the carrying of deadly or dangerous wea pons In a concealed manner, and to provide for the punishment by fine or imprisonment, or both, of any person carrying on. deadly or dangerous weapon In a concealed manner; and to define by ordinance what shall be deemed a deadly or dangerous weapon, and what shall constitute the carrying In a concealed manner. 3...

Publication Title: Sumpter Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 15 May 1901

8 THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday, May !;, 1901 of which shall be Med with tho re corder. The marshal by virtue of his omce snnll be chief of police; he bIiuII not lenvu the city without the consent of the council, and In cukc he does ho, hlfl offlco may bo declared vacant by tho council; ho Hliall keep a correct record of all arrcHtB mado by him or by and policeman, Knowing the time when such nrrct wiih made, and shall submit to tho council at ItH first meet ing In each month, a report In writing, of arrests made and fines and taxes collected, and his other ofllclal acts for tho proredlng month; ho shall per form Hiich other duties and have such other powers as shall bo provided by or..manee. He s.iall also make n report upon any matter or matters when or dered to do ho by the mayor. .Section f',7. It shall be tho duty of the marshal to supervise all elty prop erty imd to prevent the loss and de struction thereof; ho shall attend all meetings of the council, and perform the duties or s...

Publication Title: Sumpter Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
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