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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 29 May 1901

THE SUMPTER MINER VOL. II. SUMPTER. OREGON, MAY 29, 1901 NO. 38 -; SUMPTER WILL CELEBRATE. JULY 4 WILL BE A WARM DATE IN THIS CAMP. Business Mtn' League Started the Ball Roll log Mayor Robblns, Chairman of the M ectlng, Appointed Good Men on all Committee At Meeting Last Evening Unanimous and Harmonious Action Taken. On Invitation from the Business Men's league a number of citizens met last even ing and decided to have a Fourth of July celebration in Sumpter ,on as grand a scale as possible. The decision was unani mous, there being no dissenting voice. Mayor Robblns was called to the chair and Seymour Bell was elected secretary of the meeting. All being of one mind, little time was wasted In discussion, and the proposition was reduced to business basis by the appointment of committees to at tend to the several features of the cele bration. The chair appointed these com mlttes: Executive W. R. Hawley, A. P. Goss and R. H. Neill. Invitation W. C. Calder, Seymour Bell and N. C. Richard...

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. — 29 May 1901

THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday, May 29, 1901 MINING CONGRESS. Railroads Will Transport Ores to Boise Free. Upon request of Governor Ceer, Col onel Frank V. Drake has taken the Inl tlatlve in arranging (or nn exhibit of Ore Ron minerals at the lntern.itliin.il Mining congress, to be held in Hoise, Idihn, July 22, 23 and 24. No approprlitlon of funds has been made by the state for the purpose, and Individual effort must be re lied upon to accomplish the desired res ults. The Governor has appointed 24 members to the congress. They were se lected from various parts of the state, and it is necessary that some steps be taken Immediately to ascertain who will attend the convention at Hoise, and arrange for details In preparing the proposed display of ores from tills state. As will be seen hy the letters from the railroad managers, arrangements have been made for the transporlinu of ores to exhibit at Hoise free of charge. Colonel I J rake desires all persons who Intend to send ores to Hoise t...

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. — 29 May 1901

Wednesday, May 29, 1.901 THE SUMPTER MINER V MINING IS IN ITS INFANCY. Mines of Ophir Merely a Wild Cat Speculation Never was the world more conscious of the great truth that the mining industry Is in its Infancy. Solomon in all his glory, gazing with rapture upon the gilded mlnerets of his splen Id temple, never dreamed of the fact that the mines of Ophir were a wild-cat speculation com pared to the revelations of wealth that would punctuate the future with excla tlons of wonder and surprise. The well heeled Inca of ancient Peru piled high tha procuctof his Kl nJlkes to tempt the brain of Pizzaro into the germination of a gor geous Impulse, and doubtless felt within his copper-colored heart that he had got ten the mining business down to a fine point without the cyanide process. Like Solomon he did not live long enough to learn that time must shuffile off a few desolate centuries before the mining In dustry would be In Its infancy. The same may be said of the extravagant old gentle...

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. — 29 May 1901

THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday, May 29, 1901 The Sumpter Miner Official Paper of the Town of Sumpter. PUHLIMlr.!) EVCfcS WEDNESDAY IIY C. II. MARSH AND J. W. CONNKLLA .SUIISCPII'TION PATES One Year fi.cn Six Months Li ALWAYS IN ADVASCI'. Lntered at the poslufllcp In Sumpter. Oregon, lor trantmlstlon tlirouuli the malls as seconj class matter. AS A matter of fact, what did the Su preme court decide relative to our war ac quired possessions? Headlines In the newspapers give "all kinds" of Interpre tation to the opinion. Some say "the constitution follows the Hag," and others the reverse of that statement. 'I he writ:r confesses that after reading the Associated press report of the decision, he couldn't guess where that highest tribunal was at. Tllli Portland Telegram of last Thurs day contains this characteristic editorial paragraph: "And this," said Congressman Dick, reflectively, "Is The Dalles." Yes, sir, and a place of a good deal of historic and considerable present interest It Is, ...

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. — 29 May 1901

Wednesday, May 29, 1901 THE SUMPTER MINER M rJ P.. YOU STILL HAVE A CHANCE THERE ABE STILL SOME SHAKES UNSOLD OF THE 50,000 SHARES OP STOCK OFFERED AT FIVE CENTS: - Gipsy King Gold Mines Company Shares Non-Ai ibl Gysy Soy. Gyrsy fttfift r frsyA'f. oman 'Soy. jf 6mTL K SMerorf tWottf PaoMfry Gypsy fiG Goto AfS Cory; 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 tunnel, on the same vein, in the Gipsy Queen, at sixty feet in depth, the tedge is eight feet wide and the average values run about 30. All Gipsy King stock, except treasury...

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. — 29 May 1901

m THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday, May 29, 1901 CONCORD IS A WONDER Over $100,000 Worth of High Grade Ore in Sight. Concerning the Concord mine, of which J. H. Kobblns, president of the First Dank of Sumptcr, Is the generally recog nized head and manager, many favorable things have recently been heard, com ing from various prominent mining men. Among these was one of the most con servative who had to say about like this: "The Concord looks like It would revo lutionise things about here and if the values continue as they have In the last twenty feet, It will make one of the great est producers In all eastern Oregon." This man was basing his remarks on actual facts demonstrated by the exam ination and report of one of the most noted and practical experts that has visit ed this district. Prom assay figures ob tained by Till: MlNI-K, taken from a gen eral average nf 2 to 2'i feet In width and 20 feet In length from the Concord tunnel, an average value nf 952.12 was the result and this at a ...

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. — 29 May 1901

Wednesday, May 29, 1.901 PATENT YOUR MINING CLAIM. THE SUMPTER MINER I ,) :y t Your Title to the Ground is Only Possess ory Until That I Done. Judge Parker, of Jefferson county, Montana, has rendered a decision to the effect that a railroad has the right of way over an unpatented mining claim. The case at Issue was that of a locator who was working a claim north of the town of Boulder. It was located and held under the usual form of discovery and declara tory statement. When the new llneor cut-off of the Great Northern was constructed through there last fall, It was surveyed, located and con structed across the mining claim and In such a way as to cover the mouth of the tunnel by which the ground was opened. Prim brought suit for damages.. The case came to trial, but on a statement of law by council for the company the plain tiff was knocked completely out and had the costs assessed to him besides. The company's attorney set up Insuffi ciency of complaint and also the fact that, acc...

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. — 29 May 1901

ux 8 THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday, May 29, 190 1. Diadem Gold Mining Co. m . OFFICERS T ? President J. H. ROBBINS Mayor of Sumpter 4 t Vice-President N. C. RlCHAPDS Atlorneyat-Law T i Sec'y and Treas...OTTO HliRLOCKER " X Aid. Cathler Fint Hank ot Sumpter . Directors J. H. Robblns, N. C. Richards, E. M. Anderson, M. D. Supt. of Mines DAVID O'NEIL J Gelter I', O., Uaker County, Oregon In jiJJItlon to the officers ol the company among the ttockholJeri are; linn. Lee Mantle, late U. S. Senator, Hutte, Montana; Thoi. R. IllnJi, late County Treaiurer, llutle, Montana; 7 Hon. John l:. Forbci. Attorneyal-Law, Uulte; 2 4 Chat. S. Warren, Speculator, Hutte: Jo. F. Par- J det, Miner. I'hllllptl'ure, Montana; II. M.Grant, J 4 Imurance AJJutter, I'ortUnJ; Geo. W. McPow ell.Hroker I'orttanJ; C II. Richardson, Conlrac- t tor, Walla. Walla. Waili.; Hector McRea. Miner, i Hoi.tanJ.il. C; Dr. II. C. Sills. Fort Wayne, t ) tnJ., and many ntheri who have InveitlKateJ thli promltlng property. J Mines Si...

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. — 29 May 1901

THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday, May 29, 1901 COUNTY RECORDS. The following Is the record of official buslntss transacted at the county seat of Baker county for two weeks ending Tues Jay, May 28, 1001. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. Warranty deed May o. R R Sparks to May Sparks, lots 4 to 8, blk ;, Wllovale aJJ to BakerClty 1 Warranty deed May , Whitney T Co to School District No 41. tract In nw cor Whit ney town jlle 1 Warranty deed April o, AKred Crebbln and wife to V Ison et al, 81 acres In vt)i sec g, t 8 r jo i860 Warranty deed May 90, Mary G. Padrlck to D Cartwrlfiht et al, 167 a In ie:s 0 and to, tp t), f4 J560 Quit claim deed May 3, Heir of D Padrlck to May G Padrlck, 160 acres In sees 9 and 10, tp U.raje 90 Patent June , '05, U S to Mary G. Paddrlck lot 6 of sec 9, tp ij.r 4e 00 Warranty deed Sept 1, M E Looney et vlr to Jno I) Fryer, s 51 leet, lots 4 and 5, blk a of Sumpter sooo Warranty deed May , Mary Green et vlr to A Townsend, 50 by 100 ft In ne cor blk 11, At woods ad too Warran...

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. — 29 May 1901

IO THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday, May 29. 1901 SUNRISE MINING COMPANY & at Capital Stock $1,000,000, Shares $1 Each Stock Fully Paid and Non-Assessable 5 500,000 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 perfect 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. Cai.dhu, President A. C. Little, Vice-President Seymour II. Bull, Treasurer E. E. McCammon, Secretary W. F. Dillon, Director -SEND FOR ENGINEER'S REPORT- ADDRESS Sunrise Mining Company Sumpter, Oregon

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. — 29 May 1901

Wednesday, May 29, 1901 THE SUMPTER MINER 1 1 it i See Here! Take Courage Get out of tlmt old rut which you linvo been following in dosing tunl drilling your Hyeteni for vour weaklier-, nil without nvnil. In fnct, if nnytlihiR you nro worms now tlmn lnjfore, both in health oml Htrcnpth as well unlofH of timoniul money. Medicines huvu their line, but not for weaknesses which proceed from nn impiiinnent of tho ner vous system, whether brought nbout from overwork, curly indis cretions or vurlous forms of ex cesses. Electricity, however, will help every time, because it not only soothes and quiets tho tired or worn-out nerves, but also because it creates a more vigorous circula tion of tho blood into the weaken ed spots that need repair. With tho advice that I can give you as a specialist of thirty years' practice, and my latest electro-therapeutic appliance, tho DR. SANDEN ELECTRIC HERCULEX BELT I can truthfully nssuro to you a successful outcome if you place your case under treatment ...

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. — 29 May 1901

THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday, May 29. 1901 12 TALK OF THE TOWN A. L. McEwen returned today from Baker City. Clark Tabor, Is home from an all winter trip to Portland and California. Bert Start returned yesterday from a two months trip through the state of Minnesota, his former home. Dr. May, of Baker City, was In town Saturday, called here by Dr. Brock to consult with him professionally. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Bartholf returned several days since from Hot Lake. Mr. Bartholf says the waters are all right. VV. H. Gleason says he has found this week what he has been looking for during the past ten years It Is a ledge, of course. General Manager Balllle, of the Colum bia, returned some days since from North port, Washington, where the big smelter I s located. E. I:. Warner left here last week to visit his former home In northern Nebras la, and later expects to go on to New York and other eastern points. Arnold Lindsay and wife, of Portland, are guests at the Capital hotel for a day or two, M...

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. — 5 June 1901

THE SUMPTER MINER VOL. II. SUMPTER, OREGON, JUNE" 5, .1901 NO. 39 MILL FOR THE QUEBEC CONTRACTOR M'LAIN WILL DO THE WORK. Graders and Millwright Leave for the Mine Tomorrow Will Have Twenty Stamp and be Identical With That of the Bald Mountain How Captain Wood Chanced Not to be the Owner of ThU Splendid Property. Contractor B. L. McLaln will build the mill on the Quebec. Tomorrow he will send out a force of graders and mill wrights to begin the work. Considerable grading will have to be done to prepare the site before the first timbers can be placed In position. The machinery has been arriving here for several weeks past and'much of It has already been hauled to the ground, so no delay will be occasioned by the failure of material to arrive on time. The mill will have twenty stamps, Is made by the Joshua Hendy company, of San Francis co, and Is virtually a reproduction of the, one on the Bald Mountain, considered the most perfectly equipped mill In eastern Oregon up to date; Mr. McL...

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. — 5 June 1901

THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday, June j. 1901 !- DEVELOPING PROSPECTS Most Important Step in the Great Mining Industry. Il I oftrn the Cime that Investor III 111I11I11K iritltliiiiN mill those IooMiik lor iniiliicliif mill imyliiK mines mr iipl to iKIioie or hrllllle our hrwicli of Ihr iiiIiiIiik Inihuliy, mil this hrnnch prrliliiN in the irnirrt ami lis ilrvrliimirnt, II It oltrn IIihI Hip nwnrr of n prospect or n iirnnp nl iimlevelopnl, hut rriilly meritorious claims, III (inlrr In ilrtrriiilnr llirlr Imp vnlur, has rrconmn In n coiiiiiiiin custom In order In raise III" means lor llirlr exploration, mul this cmmUlN In I lit fniiiuitliiii nl n slnch cnmpmiy, 11 iriliiln port Ion nf I lie Muck lirlliK Irlnlnrd hy Die Incnrporutors, Ihr Imlmii'r, usually u third or innrr nl Hip t'uplliilliillnn, hrhiK sel aside (or treasury (Hirpiifcr. ihr rrluriiM Irnin which urn In ir nun) In inhin riiiliiiirnl mid inliir de vrlopinrnl. 'IliU custom U sn unlvrrsiil In this In Irinimiiiliiln irnlon thil...

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. — 5 June 1901

Wednesday, June c;, 1901 THE SUMPTER MINER i ,1 CRANE CREEK PLACERS BONDED. Win Johnwn Give an Option to General Roberto for $30,000. R. T. Cox, who has been In the Gran ite country, states that Winn Johnson, of this town, has bonded his placers on Crane creek to General Roberts, for $30, 000. Roberts came from Philadelphia, and has a force of experts at work pros pecting the claims. They are sinking to bedrock and are making a scientific Inves tigation as to the value of the claims. Mr. Johnson has owned the placers for eleven years, having taken out each year a good cleanup of several thousand dollars. Mr. Cox says the district has consider able activity In both quartz and placers, fully as much legitimate mining being prosecuted as was going on a year ago. The Climax mine, near Granite, has been sold for $25,000, a bonafide sale. At the Buffalo mine, of which Mr. Cox Is manager, four men are kept at work, and Indications are good as the work pro gresses. Work Is being done on the...

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. — 5 June 1901

THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday, June 5, 1901 The Sumpter Miner Official Paper of the Town of Sumpter. I'UHLISIUI) EVI'fcf' WEDNESDAY BV C. II. MARSH AND J. W. CONNULLA SUIISCRII'TION HATES One Year . . Six Months . .Sa.oo . .5 AlWAVS IN ADVANCE. Entered at the postofflce In Sumpter, Oregon, lor transmission through Hie malls as second clot matter. " SUMI'TE.K will have a Fourth of July celebration. Its action In this matter does not depend on what Baker City or any other town on earth decides to do on that day, the greatest day In history. PRESS dispatches of yesterday an nounced the arrival at Hamburg, Ger many, of the first steamer direct from Chi eaee: the Northman, thirty-five days out. This marks a new era In transportation ond commerce, with the middle west as the prlncpal beneficiary. IN AN article, by Professor Llndgren, who had charge of the government geo logical survey of the Blue Mountains last year, published In the Mining and Scien tific Press, It is stated that he found ...

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. — 5 June 1901

?ii .J? I &r Wednesday, June 5, 1901 THE SUMPTER MINER YOU STILL HAVE A CHANCE & THERE ARE STILL SOME SHARES UNSOLD OF THE 60,000 SHARES OP STOCK OFFERED AT FIVE CENTS: Gipsy King Gold Mines Company Shares Non-Ass bl I J I 71 -&&fC js&jC.. GyAsyBoy. GyrsyfVf GrrsyMMG. " oxjwi Ay. umdL Gyrsy&rf. I arf Soy jj r-rr . Sjccrotf Xou AoMftry I GrrsrAVNe Goto AfS 6ePMy: 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 tunnel, on the same vein, in the Gipsy Queen, at sixty feet in depth, the edge is eight feet wide and t...

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. — 5 June 1901

II THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday, June y. 1901 CITY COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. Twenty Ordinances, Revised to Conform to New Char ter, Passed. At the adjourned meeting of the city council last Wednesday evening, the mat ter of passing revised ordinances to con form to the new city charter, was taken up and the originals, numbered from one to twenty, according to the new system Nos. 101 to izo, were passed. A resolution was adopted providing that in future the conucll will meet regu larly only on the evenings of the first and second Saturdays of each mouth. At the regular meeting Saturday eve ning the judiciary committee submitted a report, recommending that ordinances be passed licensing peddlars and pawn brok ers, prohibiting bicycle riding on side walks; relative to obstructions on side walks, Including signs and awnings. The report recommended that no fee be fixed for circus exhibitions, but this mat ter be regulated by the character of the show. 1 he report was adopted. The committee or ...

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. — 5 June 1901

Wednesday, June $, 1901 THE SUMPTER MINER JOHNS GETS A JOLT. Violates City Ordinance, Ar rested on three Charges. Last Saturday the city physician, Dr. Brock, received a report through the cus tomary thannel that there was a case of contagious disease in the home of Cato Johns, and that he had not complied with the city charter regulating such matters. In company with City Marshal Rand, he went to the house and found that one of the children was down with chicken pox, that the case had not been reported to the municipal authorities and that no flag was displayed, both In violation of the ordi nance. An hour or so later In the day Cato Johns met Dr. Brock In front of the post office and began abusing him for the ac tion which he had taken; threatening to assault him physically, and finally did strike at him, Dr. Brock stepping aside and avoiding the blow. The city physi cian had three warrants Issued against Johns; one for assault, and the other two for violation of the provisions of...

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. — 5 June 1901

if ' 8 THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday, June ;, 1961 ORDINANCE NO 101. An ordinance adopting curtain rules for tliu government of tin) proceedings of tho coiiiicII of thuCityof Similiter, Bakur County, Orison, mid prescribing tho dutk'H of tint committees of tliu council, unil repealing Ordinnncu No 1, now se ries, of tlio Town of SuinitiT, contin ucil in forco iih mi ordinance of tlio city of Sumpter, entitled "mi onliuauco adop ting curtain rules for tho government of tliu proceedings oi tho coinmou cmincii of tho Town of Suinpto'r and proscribing tlio diiticH (if tho committees of tho coun cil unil repealing Ordinance No 1, un titled " an onlfunucc adopting certain ruluH for tho government of thu proceed ings of tlio coiniiiou council of thu Town of , Sampler mid prescribing thu duticHof tho Committees of tho Common Coun cil of tho Town of Humptur." Tiik Citv Ok Sumitkii Dokm Oiidain Ah -'dmwh; Suction 1. Tho council of thu Citv of Sampler, lliikor Comity, Oregon, shall hold itn regu...

Publication Title: Sumpter Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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