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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 24 July 1901

THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday, July 24, 1901 CASE FURNITURE CO. MOST COMPLETE STOCK IN EASTERN OREGON Anything usually carried in a First Class House and at PRICES THAT WILL GET YOUR MONEY I Elegant Parlor Suits in great variety at WAY DOWN FIGURES. The Morse Reclining Chair, Valore Uphol stered, $11.00. Ladies Desks from $5.00 up. Office Desks 12.00 and up. Solid Oak Sideboards $15.00 to $30.00 Nothing like them for the money this side of Portland. Splendid new line of Wall Papers and decorations. Mattings, Oil Cloths, Linoleums,--All Designs. Rugs, Hammocks, Lawn Furniture, etc., etc, UNDERTAKING -IN ALL ITS BRANCHES- Visit our Big Store, Price our Goods and be Convinced. CASE FURNITURE CO. SUMPTER,. OREGON. : : SUNRISE MINING CO. Work of Development Inangu rated This Week. W. C. Culder was out at tlio Inter Mountain anil Sunrise Mining compan ion' proper tit'H, in tliu Greenhorn moun tains, lust week, with n party of mining men. Ho says ho didn't get out there u minute too lute, as...

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. — 24 July 1901

r THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday, July 24, 1901 MONEY AND MINING Tendency Is Now to Develop Promising; Prospects. DuHtiitu tins fact that tlio attention of largo Hyudii'atL'M Iiiih Ikhjii Homuwliut do Icctccl from ininiiiK unturprlnuH in tlio Went by tli()ii)mr(!ntoM)rtmiticH grow ing out of tlio laro coiiHolIdiitioiiH of in dtiHtrinl and other uuturprixcH, it in in torchtlng to unto tlio Kunural activity of Mimllor cuiltuliHtH hi tlio internioiintiiin regloiiM. Thorii Iiiih boon no period in tliu hiHtory of Iho iiiinhiK Htiitcn orlmpH wliuii inoro activity wiih ovldunt in tlio way of converting proinl(liin rnxH.TtH into iiiIiich. CapitaliNtH of tlio Middio Wont wIiohu intereMtHiiro not syndicated, and who rcalizo their iuahility to mic coHHfully c()inK!to with tlio vast aggro gatloiiH of organized wealth tiiat will in duo time absorb tlio Hpeculatlvo oppor tunitioH at hand, tind in tlio mining HoIcIh of tho Went ainplo cIiiiiicch to ciihIiIoii tho fntiiro with velvetand ipiad rnple th...

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. — 24 July 1901

Wednesday, July 24, 1.901 THE SUMPTER MINER RICH ORO FINO MINE Proves to be a Great Property Under Wise Development The work ot development continues on tho Oro Fino mine, situated near Alamo, in Grant county. Since its purchase by Glass & Witherop, of Spokane, it has developed under very active manage ment, in a most phenomenal way. In entirely now ground the crosscut" at tho end of tho main tunnel, which was be ing driven through country rock by the former owners, n rich body of freo mill ing gold ore has been found, averaging from twelve to eighteen feet in width. This oro cliuto is now being drifted on and so far is demonstrated to be 110 feet long and has a depth of 140 feet from the aiex. This ore is bristling with free gold and is so rich thut it is rejKirted that specimens are being stolen from the mine. , It was formerly thought that tho pay chute had pinched out, but it now clearly demonstrated that the great vein had merely crossed tho tunnel and by crosscuttlng at bo...

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. — 24 July 1901

m.ii.iiiihiiini jMMiTiiMiiiiiMmTntiinfriTfTin-fTr ' V" '-"- -- m 8 THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday, July 24, 1901 fiteWMfrleMWit I I f This is the Proposition. rTHEK 4l 1 SUNRISE MINING COMPANY, a & Owns three full claims in "Proven Districts," contiguous to developed, producing mines. The title to the property is without a flaw. The company is capitalized at $1,000,000, the par value of the stock being one dollar. One half of the stock, 500,000, has been placed in the treasury, insuring an ample fund for develop ment purposes. This treasury stock is now be ing offered for sale, to raise money with which to continue work. CMXIKOJO The present price is 3 Cents per Share, $30 for a-block of 1,000 shares. On August 1st, the price will be RAISED TO 4 CENTS PER SHARE. f The company can control this price, because all of the so called "promoter's stock" is pooled, preventing it from being hawked around at any price. Work is in progress on the group adjoining, the rich, developed Inter-Mou...

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. — 24 July 1901

Wednesday, July 24, 190 1 THE SUMPTER MINER OFFICIAL RECORDS. The following instalments wero filed at the Baker county court house during the week ending July 23, 1001. RBAL ESTATB TRANSFERS. Warranty deed July ij, FM Saxton et alto A C Bowman, lots i to j6, blk 7. Wllovalo addition to Bakei Oty 15 Warranty deed July is, F M Saxton etalto G L Bowman, lot it, blk Wllovale addition to Baker City 4J Warranty deed June t8, Whitney Towntlte Co E H Boyer, lots 1;, tS, blk 11. Whitney.. 115 Warranty deed June 10, Wm H Packwood and wile to Edith Rand, lot 10, blk B, De Roos addition 600 Deed July 10, Frank Clark, guardian to F R Robertson, looxtij feet neai nw corner Kin nlson residence, Baker City otj Patent January 10. United States to C N Chambers, t of neX sec )) tp 1, 1 18. Deed June ij, A H Hunting-, sheriff, to E Way, for 97 lot In name W H Fennell, lots Jj and )6 and fn name Lee Falrchlld, lots 5 and 6, blk , Stewart's nd addition 4 Deed February 5, Title Guarantee & Trust Co to...

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. — 24 July 1901

7 waiHjW"i'r 10 THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday, July 24. 1901 1 AN INVTATION TO r I . p fts F PEOPLE AT HOME r YOU HAVE AN OPPORTUNITY TO GET IN ON A GOOD THING BY BUYING STOCK IN THE tSS -- - - - Gipsy King Gold Mines Company Shares Non-Assessable - J X-, 2Cf6. J&.tmm .. GyAsyBoy Gyrsrfes. ryrsyAe. oMftf 4by. ' "n w. v : r I I I :' Scrof 7otf AoMtfry GypsyA? G6I0 SfvS 60 pan COLORADO is a rich state because stock in its great mines are owned by residents of that state. Some Oregon mines are going to make fortunes for their owners, and the GIPSY KING management hopes that citizens of the Webfoot state will not fail to grasp the opportunity to share in these fortunes. jgJSfl There is no question but what the GIPSY KING is the most promising prospect in this district. During the past few days a wonderfully rich ore shoot has been discovered. Considering its width, seven feet, it con tains sensationally high values. The lowest assay gave returns of 92.04, and the others ranged upward ...

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. — 24 July 1901

Wednesday, July 24, 1.901 THE SUMPTER MINER 1 1 METALLURGICAL TRIUMPHS. Show the Sclentbts Your Ore and He Will DcvIk & Treatment. It can truly bo Baid that on-.' of tho most important factors entering into mining 'operations on a large and diver sified scalo at tho present time, and tlio satisfactory results- being chronicled, -can be designated as the "metallurgical triumphs" of this day and age, and the bringing of ore reduction methods and processes nip to an exact science. Years ago but few ways of extracting metallic values from ores were known to the mining world. Tho stamp mill was the favorite in the handling of free-milling gold and Bilvcr ores, and with fire a certain elass of rebellious ores could bo successfully treated. At this point tho miner and mlllmun encountered break ers "ahead," and while many proposi tions of merit and value npiHsuled to them strongly, they were compelled to ignoro mining propositions which, today are being oerated at a lutndsome protit bec...

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. — 24 July 1901

..W-rSiKa.- wpuwMg.'fc gWiBrwiBtMaitg.M!WaBM 12 THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday, July 24, 1901 TALK OF THE TOWN. And tlit) crop of xuckurH in iiniiiunxu. Mrn. M. K. Swan Ih vIhUIiij liur Hliiter In Bukur City. T. W. DhviMhoii ranio in from linker City tliln afternoon. Mr. mid Mm W. K. Knlilor Imvo re turned from u vlnlt to Elgin, Oregon. Dr. I'tolier Iiiih been HurioiiHly ill for ho vu nil diiyn piiHt, Imt Ih now much Im proved. The work of wiring tliu now. hotel, for Ixith call IioIIh and electric lightH, Ih now in progrcHH. (). I. llaker, of Kxetur, N'ehranka, ar rived in town wsveral tlayn tdnco to look over the country. Mm. I.. S. Carter and daughter, of Portland, are the gucHtH of II. II. (irill)u, father of Mm. Carter.' A party of young people left thlH fore noon for Olive lake, where they will camp for a week or more. .Mm. (icorgu Thornton, accompanied liy her children, of I leppner, Ih vlpitiug liertdntcr, Mm ('. H. VaiiDuyu. MIhh llulda Mueller, of llaker City, if viNitiug her ...

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. — 31 July 1901

THE SUMPTER MINER VOL II. SUMPTER. OREGON, JULY 31. 1901 NO. 47 CABLE COVE District Full of Ledges Carrying Refractory Rock Million Dollars Worth of Work in Progress. No ono can form any accurate idea of tho vast amount of intortunt develop ment work that is being done In tho mining districts of I'ttxturn Oregon, until ho goes in person out into these gold ribbed Itluo mountains ; away from tho present quiet camp", anil nee for himself the numeroUH shafts ami tuunelH that aro buinp Hunk and driven into tho ledge laden hills. Nor can ho noqulro a true conception of tlio mineral deposits, their grout extent and inestimable value, tliat aro being revealed by thin systematic, intelligent work, until he ban eaten tho flapjacks and bacon of the hospitable prospector and slept with tho miner on Ids fir bough hunk, met both as a brother, listened to their stories and diplomatically induced them to "show mo;" tor your miner man does not speak by tho hook when talking to a stranger on the cur...

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. — 31 July 1901

.csaaieaamri's: , ummw '.ff "ire If THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday, July 31, 1901 GOLD FIELDS OF EASTERN OREGON. F.J. Hard's Good Story Daily Mining; Record. in The Daily Mining Iteeonl, of Colorado KjirinnH, ShhikmI an excellent Hjieciiil Mining' CmigreM edition July U2, in which Ih an article on thu "Undeveloped Fieldn of KiiHtcm Oregon." Though it wan nut finned, it miih evidently written I iv I'. .1, Hard, of Portland, and in part Ih iih folleun: Your rorrfxMiii(lcnt junt returned from a fori niuht'H Hojourn in ciiMlcrn Oregon, The term em-tern Orcein hIk nlllen that olio Iiiih liccn within 100 unleH or hi of linker City and in Hiitinfiiutury to tlio rcldciitw of Hit) Mute. If wo are talk ing lo wheat anil grain men, they know exactly whore uo have been; to Mock men, tliey know where we have lieen, aim ii mining ih tne Injiic ol cnnwrfn tioii, eeione known that we lauded at Maker City, via the fact train of the (). It. N. railway and it in pretty certain that ourdep.irtuie fiom tha...

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. — 31 July 1901

THE SUMPTER MINER ,.- AN INVITATION TO Wednesday, July 31. 1901 ! 1C' JP t&f t&P PEOPLE AT HOME YOU HAVE AN OPPORTUNITY TO GET IN ON A GOOD THING BY BUYING STOCK IN THE & & Gipsy King Gold Mines Company Shares Non-Assessabli GyAiyAoy. X 3L&&. JS&byvvjtfL,.. Gyrsyf. r 6rsyAye. ertby: ..JlL I &Wr d5fK. fr MNCAfA. I ? - --- cjv-rr"5!SfiIn?r S aWA L .-.. ...... a. ... ... .. . - -fA s AM5ii-Cv ----j.-j -"55 s Smcro 7otm Aostrry Gyj&rA'tfG Colo Afwss Gory. COLORADO is a rich state because stock in its great mines are owned by residents of that state. Some Oregon mines are going to make fortunes for their owners, and the GIPSY KING management hopes that citizens of the Webfoot state will not fail to grasp the opportunity to share in these fortunes. . There is no question but what the GIPSY KING is the most promising prospect in this district. During the past few days a wonderfully rich ore shoot has been discovered. Considering its width, seven feet, it...

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. — 31 July 1901

rr I'-iBMr.mwwrBytlTp, T5fCT T S33sH HE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday, July 31, i.oi 1 i The Sumpter Miner Official Paper of the Town of Sumpter. I'UIILISMII) LVIk WLMM.MMV IIV II. MARSH ANIi J. W. CONNI3LI.A SUIISCIIII'IION WATfiS um ifir fs.uo six Months i,9 ALWAYS IS ADVAMJI'. I.ntcrr6 ol tlte poslofrlce In Sumpler. Oregon, lor transmission Il.rriuyli Hip n.ills at seconj class tnnlirr, KiiMi'iKit i.'xIcimIh 11 cordial uolroinu to tlioolil follM wlionru our HUentH today. TiikiicIh ilcpofitcil in tin; two Kiiinptur ImiikH tLT,(M)(lof ciiFtcrn money, which will Ix) pntil out tliin uook for inlorc.-tH in two ('ul)li) Oivtt propi'rlicfi. In tiik. Inly 'Jltli ihHiu) of "Mu.Miiiiiim' I'npcr," piihliHlictl niontlily liy ,1, I). Mc.Miinus it Son, nulling hrola-rn of Si'iittlo, mill (llHlrilintc(l I y llmu-imil nil out thu world, tlii'ro in niiit'h od rciul iiiK nlioiit tint j4 ill I IIcIiIh of i-iMcm Oregon. .Mr. .Mc.Miiihih in n goutl niiin to pt Inti-n'riti'd In nny country mid ciiHturii Oic...

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. — 31 July 1901

A Wednesday, July 31, 1901 THE SUMPTER MINER CASE FURNITURE CO. MOST COMPLETE STOCK IN EASTERN OREGON Anything usually carried in a First Class House and at PRICES THAT WILL GET YOUR MONEY Elegant Parlor Suits in great variety at WAY DOWN FIGURES. The Motse Reclining Chair, Valore Uphol- stered, 11.00. Ladies Desks from 5.00 up. Office Desks 12.00 and up. Solid Oak Sideboards 15.00 to 30.00 Nothing like them for the money this side of Portland. Splendid new line of Wall Papers and decorations. Mattings, Oil Cloths, Linoleums, All Designs. Rugs, Hammocks, Lawn Furniture, etc., etc, UNDERTAKING -IN ALL ITS BRANCHES- Visit our Big Store, Price our Goods and be Convinced. CASE FURNITURE C. SUMPTER, OREGON. t GOLD STAMPEDE TO OREGON. It Occurred In April, 1851, to Joihphine Creek. The history of tho discovery of gold in Oregon is nearly parallel to tho ;tory of tho mad rush to California in MO. Both teem with interest, and aro wild nara tives of excited men, nerved with but one ambition ...

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. — 31 July 1901

ytwwMMiimiii iijiu.iimi umij jl'j nm i ujm nsmiimutw THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday, July 31, 1901 THIS SPLENDID ENTERPRISE. Advertising Done by Colonel Donan and the O. R. & N. A reprei-enttitlve of Tin: Minimi Iiiih Ih'1'11 permitted to (.'(' HOIIK' Of till! hun dred of letter." which Colonel Doiiiin Iiiih recelveil from people nil over thu world, complimenting liim on the ex cellence, (lie iiiiiippniiielmlile unil iniin Italile iiihertieinj: literature which lie liiti' written for the O. It. (fc X., unil tint hrouil gauge, iwiHterly niiiiiner In which 1 1 111 1 company Iiiih iii-ciI thin mutter. It i- f triiiiri!, Indeed, that citlrcnrf of the country who are henelilted by thiw work, especially thni of I'orthlliil, the chief liciifllciitrifH, acconl neither Colonel Donan nor the (). It. S. N. any commeinlalioii ortliaiiltH for thin hjiIcu illl enterprise. .Many of tlieco letter are wortliA of pithlicilion, hut room for only the following few can ho pparcil In the.-e cnliimiiM. I...

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. — 31 July 1901

Wednesday, July ;i, 1901 THE SUMPTER MINER DIDN'T FIND MYTHICAL LEDGE. California Prospector Failed in Idaho, Will Come to Sumpter. Peter Johnson, a California nrospect- or, who passed through Portland several months ago, en rou'o to the Hitter Root mountains, in search of the famous Rob inson lead, has returned in disgust and left for his home in Marysvillu last night. "I don't believe thereover was such a lead," said the old prospector, "and I don't oven believe this man Robinson ever found such Hoat as lie alleged he did. After leaving here Inst April we made our way to Pierce City, Idaho, which is n lively little mining town, with plenty of good properties near it. The snow had not yet left the moun tains, so we were compelled to pitch camp there for several weeks. During that time we had ample opportunity to gather information from old-timers in tlioeo parts, ami from the talks I !ad with several of them I was sure our search would not bo rewarded. They informed me that while R...

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. — 31 July 1901

8 THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday, July ji, i.)oi MW.M.XX.XMM.MMM. WWWMWWW.IWW - 1 S I i O o 1 This is the Proposition. cTHEK SUNRISE MINING COMPANY. .'. Owns three full claims in "Proven Districts," contiguous to developed, producing mines. The title to the property is without a flaw. The company is capitalized at $ i ,000,000, the par value of the stock being one dollar. One half of the stock, 500,000, has been placed in the treasury, insuring an ample fund for develop ment purposes. A block of 50,000 shares of treasury stock is now being offered for sale, to continue the development. tXXVKhftKJO The present price is 3 Cents per Share, 30 for a block of 1,000 shares. On August 1st, the price will be RAISED TO 4 CENTS PER SHARE. 7j The company can control this price, because all of the so called "promoter's stock" is pooled, preventing it from being hawked around at any price. Work is in progress on the group adjoining, the rich, developed Inter-Mountain mine. shaft is being sunk on th...

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. — 31 July 1901

Wednesday, July 31. 1901 THE SUMPTER MINER OFFICIAL RECORDS. Tlio following instruments wero tiled at tlio Duker county court lionco during tho wcok ending July 30, 1001. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. Warranty deed July , t II McCorJ and wife to Sarah A Grant, L 1 j B j AlwooJ's 4th ad Baker City 300 Warranty deed July , Jas Palmer and wife , to Ella Palmer, $1177 It In nw i ne i sec 99(9140 50 Warranty deed Arr 16, P DcRoo to Mrs J A Pack woo J, L 6 B C DeRoos ad Baker City.. jjo Warranty deed Sept t, B J Varney to L Lynn L j B 97 Pacific ad Baker City 60 Warranty deed Oct ), 99, F II Grabner and wife to B J Mowa, 1; acres of timber In ne cor of sec iq 1 10 r 44 e 45 Deed Apr 18, Clark Tabor to F G Jewett L 4 B s Sumpter HelRhts 1 Deed July 13, Brown & Proffil to A J Brown, L j and w i L 4 B j Atwood's Add Baker City 450 Deed July i), Brown & Promt to Nella Brown Part L 6 B 1 Atwood's add linker City so Deed July 90, Sumpter Transfer Co to Cato J Johns n 50 feet L 1, 9, B 5 Sumpte...

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. — 31 July 1901

THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday, July 31, ijoi 10 SUMPTER IS ALL RIGHT Crptain Anderson Gives us a Great "Swell." tmIWtttWtWmtlttKKtt WIMWWlWWMMlWWlWti? WMMMWtlWWWWWWWIMWWW $15,000 IN.... CASH To be Given Away TIio.iiihUco IjoIiI Milling ronipntiy, of Ui1h city, of wlilrli CiijiIiiIii A.V. An durnou Ih tiruHlilmit, mid W. Y. I. Until uriortl, Hucrotury, Iiiih jiint purrlmHcd it n extuiihlon of thu JiiHticu property, locat ed in tliu Kninptur, Ore, minion dis trict. Tin' cxtciihion known iih thu "Humbler, "in 11 ilriect rontlnuiitioii of tliu.liiHtlcd Icdgi), tliu formiitloii mid clmrncter of oro belli); identically tliu naine. Ilotli uru 11 rich freti milling (intrtz. Tliu Humbler iilrciiily Iiiih a KmmI camp OHtaliliHlicd, hiicIi iih uiiIiIiih, blackHinltli hIioi, etc. Tliu odd property practically Hiippluinentri tliu other, limn iniieli iih thu Humbler imihhchhch ii llnu body of timber, fur oxcelling that on tliu .liiHtlce. The poe.xslon of the Hiiinbler, , ubicli Ih below thu .IiihII...

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. — 31 July 1901

Wednesday, July ;i, 1901 THE SUMPTER MINER 11 Ancient Mexican Mining Methods. William It. Ruuifdull, who represent ed Flathead county, Montana, for two terms in the state senate, and who for a number of years was prominent in both mining and political circles in that state, is in the city, registered from San Diego, Cal. For the past two years he 1ms been mining in lower California. "Early last spring I heard of a property in the state of Jalisco, near Guadalajara," he said. "I immediately bought it. The mine was in a very old district. Some of the properties, tradition says, have been working for over .iOO years. 1 found a country new, in the sense of not having any foreign capital, and no machineryof modern pattern or methods for working its mines. The common system for handling ores in that section is the 'pateo,' which is a chlorination process, in which salt is thrown into the ore and tramped by mules, bringing the salt in contact with all the metal, which forms a chloride. The...

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. — 31 July 1901

2ZXZZ 12 THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday, July 31, 1901 WELL PLEASED MEN. Seattle Operators Who Have "Good Things" Here. .1. I!. Mc.MiimiH and A. It. Kriict, of Sent tli, iirrlvril in Snniptur hint wvi'k mid went at onco to tlm projiurtlcH in which they uro Interoteil, till! Ili'limi and Virginia, i('hn'Ctivcly. Mr. Mi'.Miiiiiih rt'liirncil y-nti)rliiy from the llolnui, ami naiil to a Mi.nck ri'irL'funtatiu thxt lit) wan co Mull pluan cil with tlial iroit(rty that ho wan nl nioM afraid to oxprcpH IiIh real opinion of itn incritH, MH it inilit appear iih if ho wore ilrawiiif; the IoiikIniw. Tim leiljro in twenty feet uiilo and color can Irs pan ned anyu here. It Iiiih liceu thoroughly prifpeeted with nhaftH and open cut h and he Iiiih decided to licin at once to run a KKI-foot tiiiinel that will jiivo him a depth of nearly foil for foot. Work Iiiih heen cotnmenced on a hunk and hoarding Ikhim1, with a eovored luiwniit1 wayhetween. A liliit-KMiiith chop will ali-o Ih elected and a kiln of...

Publication Title: Sumpter Miner, The
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