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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 15 May 1901

Wednesday, May 15, i.oi THE SUMPTER MINER alley or to appropriate money ns here in granted must be exercised by ordi nance, and not otherwise. Section 84. The council may pro vide by ordinance any regulation as to tho manner of opening, laying out or widening streets or alleys not In conflict with this act, and may provide by ordinance anything convenient and necessary for the effectual carrying out of the spirit and intention of this act. Section Lj. In all actions, suits and proceedings concerning tho opening, laying out, establishing and widening of any street or alley under tho pro visions of this act, all proceedings had for that purpose shall bo presumed to have been regularly and legally taken until the contrary Is shown. Section 86. Whenever any such street or alley Is opened, laid out or widened, and the property therefor shnll be deemed to be appropriated to public use, the city engineer shall within thirty days cause to bo re corded with tho recorder of deeds of. Baker co...

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. — 15 May 1901

THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday, May i ;, 1901 10 the next street Ib Ichh than three hun dred feet, then the coot of both front ngo nnd Intcrflcctlon Improvement fihall bo nsscBsed only upon such por tion of hiiIiI blocks or tructH of land iiH nro within hnlf of the distance to the next Btreet. hut thin provlHlon Bhnll only npply to fractional blockB or tractH mh Hhown In original platB and not to property ndjncont to streets which have been widened by the coun cil nf the city of Sumpter. The com of Improving the Interaction of streets, unless otherwise ordered by the coun f, sbnll bo assessed upon the lotH or parts thereof situated In tho quartorH of the four regular blockH ndjntnlng Hiich Intersection, but only upon tho lotH or p:irtH thereof nearest thereto and In the following propertion: Fivc-nlntliH of the cost to tho property fronting on mild street, nnd lying with in tho snare emhrared from tho ror ner of the lot or part thereof bounded by the Intersecting streets to a point nim...

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. — 15 May 1901

Wednesday, May 15, 1901 THE SUMPTER MINER 11 ,) any street has been established, the council may authorize the owner or owners of any property abutting there on to cut down or All up such street In front of said property according to such established grade under the di rection of the city engineer or superin tendent of streets, at tho expense and cost of such owner or owners, but the authority mentioned In this section cannot be granted after notice has been given by tho council of Intention to Improve the street in front of such property. In giving such authority the council may Impose such terms and conditions thereon as may bo nec essary to secure tho deposit of excava tions upon any part of Biich street as mny be required to be filled up and to cover any expense Incurred by tho said city In the survey nnd Inspection thereof. Section 119. Tho proceedings au thorized by this chapter for tho es-tn-.lshment or alteration of n grade or the Improvement of a street or nny part thereof ...

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. — 15 May 1901

UqMHtt&U9r.. THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday, May 15. 190 12 urer of the city of Sumpter upon de iniinil, an provided by law. Section MO. Immediately after the county clerk of linker county nhull furnish 11 certlllcuto showing tho nggre Knto valuation of the assessable prop erty within the city limits of the city of Sumpter, iih provided by lnw, It Hhnll lie the duty of the council to meet nnd by order and resolution, nn nually, luvy hiicIi taxoH nnd iibscbs incntH itH mild coiinrfl may consider nct'PHHiiry, not exceeding the limit fixed In thlH act and caiiHo the (tame to bo certified to the county cleric of Hn Iccr ceunty: and the name fhnll bo thereafter proceeded with nH provided by thn general lawn of the Rtnto of Oregon relating to do mode of mnklng HHHeHHinentH, collecting and payment of tuxes. CIIAPTRR X. OK THIS COIihKCTINO OK DRMN- (JUKNTTAXIC8. Section m. All gcnciui or spcdui tlULtl lUVICIl IIH piU.IUUU una uutnui- ieit ly Him uiiuiuti" iiini nut luui.icU to liiu Luiiniy...

Publication Title: Sumpter Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 15 May 1901

Wednesday, May 15,1901 THE SUMPTER MINER 13 ' licenses and privileges granted by said town of Sumpter, are hereby ratified, confirmed and continued, In full force and eft ct as though passed and grant ed by the city of Sumpter as created by this act. Section 169. All processes and no tices required to be served by this act shall be served by the city marshal, unless otherwise provided herein. Section 170. No person paying the amount due on a license to the city of Sumpter In order to carry on nny business or vocation within the city limits for which a license is required by this act or by any ordinance, shall be required to pay tho county authori ties of Baker county, any money for the same purposo; and tho council shall have exclusive control of nil such licenses, and no part of tho Income de rived therefrpm shall go to said county of Dakcr. Section 171. No member of tho city council or other officer of the city of Sumpter shall be interested in nny con tract the expenses of which ...

Publication Title: Sumpter Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 15 May 1901

y 4 THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday, May 15, 1901 OUR INDIAN NAMES. "They arc on Our Waters; We Cannot Wash Them Out." The attention of official purists who are endeavoring to preserve In their orig inal melody the Indian names of this country Is directed to the name Chewelah, a town In Stevens county, Washington. Rev. Cushlng Hells, the pioneer mission ary, who came to this state In 1838, and heard the word from the Indian tongue more thnn 60 years ago, always pronoun ced It Cha-we-lah. The same authority confirmed the pop ular explanation of the origin of the name Coeur d'Alene. Literally it Is French for "heart of awl." The early French trap per found these Indians cunning In trade and bestowed a name conveying that sig nificance In early days the Spokane river be tween the lake and the Columbia, was known as the Coeur d'Alene Instead of the Spokane, the latter name being then confined to the Little Spokane. In "As toria," Washington Irvln Imparts the In formation that the Astor post...

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

Wednesday, May 15, 1901 THE SUMPTER MINER S & SANGER LEDGE PICKED UP. After Running Through a Fault 215 Feet in Length. After cutting through a fault of 21$ feeS the old Sanger ledge has been picked up again, rich as ever, and so far as de veloped, as wide as on the other side of the fault. Last wlnt r this property was taken In bond from the Bradley estate, of Mil waukee, by a company of Washington people, who placed it in charge of J. K. Romlg, superintendent of the Maxwell mine. Mr. Romlg first had the property pumped out, and then laid his plans for development. Advice was plentiful. Some thought the only way to get values from the Sanger was to go on the other side of the hill, and enter It down near Eagle ireek, that the water might be drawn off and a tunnel proposition be had instead of the shaft. It now appears that depth was not sought. Mr. Romlg had a model made of the mine, carefully noting the surface proportions of the fault. From this he made his underground survey...

Publication Title: Sumpter Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 15 May 1901

i6 THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday, May 1 5,1901 TALK OF THE TOWN The will be a fire drill this evening at seven o'clock. Mayor Robblns left Monday afternoon for a short business trip to Pendleton. H. J. Miller, a hop merchant of Aurora, Oregon, reached town this forenoon and Is doing business with M. E. Baltic, the mining broker. E. A. McDanlel, manager of the Raker City bureau of the Oregonlan, Is In Sumpter today on business connected with that paper. I:. I. Hajes, of Pittsburg, one of the large stockholders In the Bonanza, arriv ed in town yesterday and left for the mine tills forenoon. Mrs. G. W. Welgand.of Rnurne, reach ed home Monday from Phoenix, Arizona, where she has been for some months past with her husband, whose health has slightly Improved; but who Is still far from well. The Knights of Pythias will give their first ball in Hills' opera house tomorrow evening, which will be an Important event in the little social world of this camp. The grand march will begin promptly at ...

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. — 22 May 1901

THE SUMPTER MINER vol,. II. SUMPTER, OREGON, MAY 22, 1901 NO. 37 i MYSTERIOUS MURDER. TOUNG MAN KILLED AT NORTH POLE MINE. Pound in tils Bunk, hli Head Beat to a Pulp with a Club Negro Cook Arrested on Suspicion No Positive Evidence of his Guilt Coroner's Inquest Being Held This Afternoon. Ira Jelison, a young man about twenty two years of age who has been working at the North Pole mine boarding house, died at the hospital here last night at n o'clock, as the result of wounds on the head which he received last Saturday night, Inflicted by some unknown person. Su nday morning he was found In his bunk In an unconscious condition, his head being badly bruised and mutilated, having evidently been beaten with a club. He was brought to the hospital here and placed under the care of Dr. Anderson. At that time his head was so badly swolen that it could not be determined whether or not the skull was fractured. Though unconscious most of the time, he could be aroused and would show signs of m...

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. — 22 May 1901

THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday, May 22, 1901 Qk, IMPROVEMENTS IN WATERWORKS New Pipe to be Put in on Mill Street Below Granite. R. E. Strahorn, who owns the water works, was In town a couple Jays last week. He had just returned from a vMt east, having spent the winter in Chicago, Washington City, Philadelphia and Bos ton. He left Saturday for Chicago, but will return to Sumpter by June 10. While here he announced that he would make extensive repairs In the water sys tem durliiK the coming summer. The first thing to be done will be to substitute .1 better quality of pipe in the Mill street main, south from Granite. There is a tremendous pressure on this main, aver aging nearly 200 feet, and the pipe now in use Is not strong enough to stand the strain, as frequent breaks have demon strated. Mr. Strahorn has bought the best water pipe made to replace the Mill street main, which Is now en route to Sumpter. This quality of pipe will be used in all exten sions and also wherever repairs are m...

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. — 22 May 1901

Wednesday, May 22, 1901 THE SUMPTER MINER s, SUSANVILLE MINING NEWS. Outlook for that Camp was Never Before More Favorable. Bob Marshall, of Susanville, was In the city Monday and Tuesday. Mr. Mar shall, who owns a valuable placer claim In that district and who is also superintend ing the Muldrlck placer claims, Is one of old timers, having crossed the plains in 1853, locating in California, where he mined for a short time and then followed his trade as a stonemason at San Fran cisco, assisting in the building of several of the lighthouses on the coast. Mr. Marshall says the mining outlook In the Susanville camp Is exceedingly bright. The Badger mine Is employing about 60 men and several girls are also employed sorting ore. In a few days teams will commence hauling the ore to Sumpter, from where It will be shipped to the smelt er at San Francisco. This ore runs as high as $800 to the ton and continues to get richer as depth is attained. The Stockton claim, owned by Ames & Simmon...

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. — 22 May 1901

THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday, May 22. 1901 The Sumpter Miner Official Paper of the Town of Sumpter. I'uiilisiii i) iivrh wriisiisiiAV iiv C. II. MARSH ANIi J. W. CONNtiLLA SUIISCWI'TION PATES OneYear $ Sin Months '" ALWAYS IN AIIVANi:i!. I.nlrred al Hip pmlofflce In Sumpter. Oregon, (or lranmltlon llirnugli Hie malls a srennd class mutter. iriS now announced that the Federal court In San Francisco will try Judge Noyes for contempt, In the McKenzle re celverselp case, In which Cape Nome tnlnhiK claims were Involved. It Is a lone shot gamble that the Judge will be convicted. The "other fellows" have evidently captured the court, which has shown a spirit of unmistakable viudlc tiveuess throughout the entire proceedings In this case. UP AT Republic, Washington, a few days since, some fairly rich placer dig gings were discovered, and one of the old fashioned, wild, soul thrilling stampedes nsued. Here, every few days well au thenticated rich strikes are reported. Last week a 52, 500 nugge...

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. — 22 May 1901

Wednesday, May 22, 1901 THE SUMPTER MINER is i SUNRISE MINING COMPANY 4 Capital Stock $1,000,000, Shares $1 Each Stock Fully Paid and Non-Assessable &2 500,000 Shares in Treas ury for Development STOCK 2 1-2 CENTS PER SHARE $25 PER ONE THOUSAND SHARES AT this price your profits will be large. Stocks sold at same price a few years ago are now worth many dollars per share. This company has jerfect title to its mines. We lave rich ore and feel sure of a great mine. Buy now and get the benefit of advance. This district has many large dividend paying mines, and many mines which will soon be dividend payers. This dis trict has never known of a failure where scientific and systematic mining is followed. WE EXPECT TO OPEN BY TUN NEL AT A DEPTH OF 500 FEET W. C. Calder, President A. C. Little, Vice-President Seymour H. Bell, Treasurer E. E. MgCammon, Secretary W. F. Dillon, ;Director -SEND FOR ENGINEER'S REPORT- Sunrise Mining Comp Sumpter, Oregon any ;

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. — 22 May 1901

(!.p-wwW!c f THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday, May 22. 1901 ((WWIfw-' WIND CREEK DISTRICT Several Promising Mines Be ing Developed. Wind creek forms a juncture with Pow der river on the Bourne road near the Half way house, and the section above Is In the Sutnpter mining district. About three miles above the Halfway house, following the creek, one first comes to the ledge known as the Independence, owned by King & Ranpach, and there Is a series of claims above and to the west which are destined to attract a good deal of attention In the near future. The Independence was located about one year ago. A tunnel was started on It January 1, and It Is now in over two hundred feet. The tunnel follows the hanging wall, which Is composed of por phyry nulte heavily sulplnireted. A cross cut forty feet In length was run, but did not reach the footwall. The ore Is of a promising character, and that on the dump carries from 53 to f 12 in gold per ton. The owners have a large and comfortable log hou...

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. — 22 May 1901

Wednesday, May 22, 1901 THE SUMPTER MINER ' ii, SUNRISE BUYS A CLAIM Secures the Excelsior, Adjoin ing; the Great Ibex. The Sunrise Mining company has bought the Excelsior claim, which adjoins the Great Ibex mine, on Bald mountain. Its boundary line Is within a few feet of the Ibex shaft house. On the Excelsior there Is a four foot vein of free-milling gold ore, that assays sufficiently high even on the surface to pay for mining and milling. As Is known to readers of THE MINER, the Sunset company's other properties, consisting of the Sunrise and Sunset claims, are In the Greenhorn mountains, adjoining the Intermountaln. These claims were located in 1891 by E. J. Hahn, one of the pioneer miners of that district. He has done the assessment work for nine years, which has revealed a ledge of very rich ore, characteristic of that district, being almost identical with that found In the Cayuse claim, of the Intermountaln group. Where it Is exposed in the open cut, being practically on the ...

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. — 22 May 1901

8 THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday, May 22, 1901 Diadem Gold Mining Co. OFFICERS President J. II. UOBHINS Mayor of Simpler Vice-President N. C. RICHARDS Altorney-.il-1. iw Scc'y and Trr;is...OTTO Hl-Kl.OCKKK At. ChIiIct llul It ink ol bumpier Directors J. H. Rabbins, N. C. Richards, I:. M. Anderson, M. D. Slipt. nf Mines DAVID O'NlilL C.i'lirr I'. O., II.iUit Loumy, OrrKon In nJJItlon to tin- officer of Hit- company ninoni; the MocHiolJert m: lli.ri. lee AUntlo, late U. S. Senator, Unite, Molilalia; Thoi. I. Illnji, lite County Treasuier, llulte, Alontana; Hon. Jotin I'. l'orl-e, Atlorneynl-Liw, Hull; Um. S. Warren, Speculator, llultei lot. I;. I'ar Jie, Miner, I'lillllpU-urir, Mumi.iim; II. M. (Irani, Iniurance AJnlrr, I'orlhn.l; (ieo. W. McDow ell, llioker I'ertl.in.t: C II. KlcliarJton, Contrac tor, WnllA. Wi.ll 1, Wash,; Hector McNe.1, Miller, Kiml.niJ, II. C; Dr. II C. Milt, lort Wayne, InJ., unj many ntlten who have inveitlcalej this premltini: propeily. Mines Situated on Green hor...

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. — 22 May 1901

THE SUMPTER MINER .'7 ' Wednesday, May 22, i.)oi COUNTY RECORDS. Thr following Is the record of official business transacted at the county seat of Baker county for two weeks ending TuesJay, May 21, 1001. REAL ESTATB TRANSFERS. Deed-May 3. V P McDowell and wife to Olive E Whitman, tract 45x113 teet In blk a). At woodsadn 100 Deed April ao. Chas F Casebeer to M J Jen nings, wi of nw 1-4, sec as, tp it, r 43 e. . . . eooo Bend for deed April 4, Wm H Summers and wife to Jno Baker, to convey se 1-4 of sw 1-4 secio,r45 eooo Warranty deed May 6, Alice V Shleves and husband to Jno T Clement, lots a and 3, b 10, Stewarts adn to Baker City 1000 Warranty deed June is, tgoo, (tattle Olson and Husband to Jno T Clement, tots 4 to 7. b 10, Stewarts adn to Baker City 300a Warranty deed April ao, Jas Crake to J K P Blgeer, about 35; acres on Burnt river 6150 Warranty deed May 6, Whitney Townslte Co toH LPattel.loto.blkaoand tot if. blk 7, Whitney, Or 73 Warranty deed May 7, P F Foster and wile to Ir...

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. — 22 May 1901

10 THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday, May 22. 1901 YOU STILL HAVE Ls A CHANCE w o THERE ARE JUST 9,600 SHARES REMAINING UNSOLD ON THIS 22nd DAY OF MAY, OP THE 50,000 SHARES OP STOCK OFFERED AT FIVE CENTS- Gipsy King Gold Mines Company Shares Non-Assessable y i4,iwp 6ysy&oy. iwihmi B.Mifl . a k . V T "r r T - . .wwswi MtMMm r 1 - wo. f v ? t ivr $ ' - Gypsy fvsotS j o"fif"oy.' jj.-rf-s? w . rrr-r rr---.-rrj-.fe;r:!M2Mr & rfggy-fe- J --5 Smcrof 7otsf PaoMffry Gypsy Ae Goto Afwes Gertvy: 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 100 feet and is now in the casing of the ledge. The vein will surely be cut in a few feet, at a depth of about 70 feet. Just across the creek within 200 yards of the mouth of this...

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. — 22 May 1901

Wednesday, May 22, 1901 THE SUMPTER MINER 11 IUWIMMWtHHtttltHttlMttWUtHt TIMBER LAND, ACT JUNE . t,8, NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. TIMBER LAND, ACT JUNE 1, 1B78.-NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. r' See Here! Ok Take Courage Get out of tlint old rut which you lmvo been following indosiiiR nud driuqrjnu; your wyutem for your woaknoRH, nil without avail. In fact, if anything you tiro worni now than before, liotli in health and Htrength as well us loss of timo and money. Medicines have their uno, but not for weaknesses which proceed from nn impairment of the ner vous system, whether brought about from overwork, early indis cretions or various forms of ex- CCPPCS Electricity, however, will help every time, because it not only soothes and quiets the tired or worn-out nerves, but nlso becuuso it creates n more vigorous circula tion of the blood into the weaken ed spots that need repair. With the advico thnt I can give you ns n specialist of thirty years' practice, and my latest electro-therapeutic nppli...

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. — 22 May 1901

THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday, May 22, 1901 12 U ODD FELLOWS HERE. Delegates to State Convention Visit Cracker Mines. A crowd of Oregon City Odd Fellows, some of whom were accompanied by their wives, to attend the state convention of that order being held in Maker City this week, came up Monday morning to enjoy the day in Sumpter. There being various former townsmen of the visitors who are now residents of this camp, arrangements were made to entertain them as well as could be done during the brief stay. Teams were engaged and, piloted by Harley G. Wood, Carley Moore and Max Schuplus, the entire party was driven to the Golcunda mine, the management of which kindly allowed them to explore the mysteries of the big mill, which was greatly enjoyed and will give them some thing to talk about on their return home. The excursionists were then driven up past the Columbia mine, over the high mountain road by way of the li & li and North Pole mines, through Bourne, and back to Sumpter. As M...

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