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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 25 June 1902

Wednesday, June 2, iqo2 THE SUMPTER MINER imHMIMttMKMM MM M ---- 1 I! 5 RED BOY STOCK FOR SALE Four Thousand Shares in the most Famous Mine in Eastern Oregon This is the first opportunity any outsider has ever had to get in on this dividend paying mine This is indeed not a speculation, but a safe and profitable investment This block is now offered for t at $1,800 Cash, 45 Cents a Share The buyer will not only receive big interest on his money, but the value of the stock will undoubtedly double and probably trebble within the next eighteen months, as the mine's output will soon be largely increased. di g Address: "B. F." Care THE MINER. SUMPTER, OREGON FORT HALL RESERVATION. Typical Stamped on the Occasion of It Optning- Aii Ausocinted Press diHuitcli dated Juno 17, xuyx: Thu Fort Hull Indiun reservation, including 418,000 uerex, nearly 100,000 of which consists of fine funning land, wuh thrown ohmi for set tlement at noon today. Kxuctly at thu hour of noon nearly 1000 people, old me...

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. — 25 June 1902

'I J THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday, June 25, 1902 f i! ; '! V 1 1 I u t !a 1 ? ifi k SUSANVILLE DISTRICT Work Now in Progress on Twenty-five Properties. In itH IiimI i.-Hiii! (lie Canyon City Kagle. I H 1 1 1 i h 1 1 1 m an excellent ntory about the iiHiinville district, giving the fact u to work now in progrccn on twenty-live dif ferent properties In part, tin- etory in jit follow h: Ton ihtmoii who ban heen acipiainted with thu KiimiiivIIIu mining camp fortius luiNt ten yearn, a vlnit to that place, at the present time would present many noticeable change. Thu only activity in tlu camp then wan the operation of thu placer miiicH on Klk, lleep anil lllg creekH. Tin) entire country wan covered with quart. loeatioiiH, hut no great Hinouut of ileveliipiiient work wan lieing loiie, and then) wiih not intleh in citiht to warrant thu expenditure of miicli money to iiM'ertnln what existed at a lepth that would hIiow up the valuit of mining proMrty. At thu prcHcut time, no mining ramp in eii...

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. — 25 June 1902

Wednesday, June 25, 1902 THE SUMPTER MINER WORK BEGUN ON SMELTER Company Has Strong Finan cial Backing. Several day since I'rofust-'or V. S. KIhtiiiuii received a letter (roni Dr. Mueller, written in New York, giving sonic intci-cHtlng and Iniimrtnnt facta re gardint the tlnancial nffuirs of the com pany which hnH already Hturted the work of building a Hinelter in Sumptur. Ah wuh Htutcd in Tiik Minkk of two weeks nincc, the Htoek wan more than subscribed for. It Imh been apportioned among hoiiiu of the InrgeHt capitaliatn of Milwaukee, Detroit, llnltinioro mid Mac snehusettH. The letter referred to gives the tiiimeH of the stockholders, who uro mostly bankers in the three cities named ; one is the president of one of the great harvesting machine manufacturing companies, all of whom are men prom inent in the financial world. The sumo day the letter wuh received, a telegram arrived ordering the prelim inary work to be hustcned. In pursu ance of these instructions, a force of men lias ...

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. — 25 June 1902

8 THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday June 25, 1902 "GOING DOWN" ON THE & GIPSY KING Ki ft ft w 2 'A v IT HAS been demonstrated that the great, rich ledges in Big Limber Gulch of Gable Gove District are far down under the ground. Thousands of dollars have been expended on a half dozen properties there in driving tunnels, which have demonstrated the existence of splendid ore bodies, but the backs attained have not been great. GIPSY KING GOLD MINES CO, has taken the initiative and begun to sink a shaft on an ore shoot of marvelous value and size. It is seven feet wide and no piece of rock has been found there that assayed less than $92, and from that up to $400. The company is under contract to take out this ore for the Smelter to be built in Sumpter. When that smelter begins operations, the mine will be self-developing and the sale of stock will be stopped. Until then it must be sold to pay running expenses. Only treasury stock can be bought. All of the other is pooled and in escrow. You...

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. — 25 June 1902

Wednesday, June 25, 1902 THE SUMPTER MINER OFFICIAL RECORDS. The following instruments were tiled t the Bnker county court house during the week ending June 24, 1002. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. DKKDS. May 24, Win Bcttcher to R A Wil kinson lots 3 & 4 blk 4 Haskell ndn Bnker City 800 June 0, C I) Snvuge & vf to John Answorth 1(10 acres in sec 21 ti 7r38 1 July 5, '08, U S A to Anna C Hen son patent to 1(10 acres in sec 25 tp 14 r 44 June 10, Receiver to W F Dillon receipt in full for 1(H) acres in see 17 tp 11 r 31) 400 June 10, Receiver to W II Reeves receipt in full for KiO acres in sections 17 & 18 tp 11 r 30 400 May 20, Thos McEwen & wf to R L Turner all interests in town of Bourne , 1 May 5, liattie E Barton et al to Oregon Luu.ber Co 3000 acres of timber in tp 0 r 38, tit 10 ranges 35, 3)1, 37, 38 and tp 11 ranges 35 &38 8000 Mch 14, Chris Johnson & wf to S V Ry Co part of lot 7 blk 5 Mc Crnrys adn Baker City 73 May 25, '01, C E Roblln to S V Ry Co lot 1(1 b...

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. — 25 June 1902

10 THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday June 25, 1902 PRODUCTION OF ABRASIVES Official Report on Whet, Pulp, Grind, Buhr and Mill Stones. Abrasive inatcrialH arc, an ii whole, lint little understood, although they are in one sense iiiiniiin I lie miiHt Important l)f till- lllillcrill products, HIIVM Dr. .loscpll llyilii I'm It In "Mineral Hi sources of tlm United Stiito, I1KII," now iii prcH, I'ni tcil States Ceolouienl Survey. Tim prin cipal aluaslvcs full into three nciicial greups: TIiomi which occur us lock for mations, 11111I are cut anil manufactured directly into the form desired, while re taining their original i'"'l; structure and Hpiearaiiee, an rlmlstoncs, vvlictslnucH, etc. ; iIhim' whieh oceiir iih a constituent of either 11 rock or a ein, and have to he mechanically separated and eleaned, iih coriiiidiini, enieiy and pirncl ; nrtilleial abrasives, an rarhoriiiidiini, crushed steel and nrtilleial eonindiini. The use of abrasives in e.revviiu: with the increase of our maiiunnturl...

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. — 25 June 1902

Wednesday, June 25, 1902 THE SUMPTER MINER 11 TIMBER LAND, ACT JUNE 3, 1878. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. United Stales Land Office, ) La GranJe Oregon, June ti, 1901, 1 Notice Is hereby Riven that In compliance with the provisions of the act of Congress of June 3, 187B, entitled "An act for the sale of timber lands In the States of Callfornli, Oregon, Nevada, and Wash ington Territory," GEORGE W. UNO. ofrokane, countv of Spokane, state of Washington, hits this div tiled In this office his sworn statement No. 1069, for the purchase of the jw'i of section No 1, In tnvvnshlp No, t south, range No )6 EWM, and Kill offer proof to show that the land sought Is more valuable for Its timber nr stone thin for agrlcultaral purposes, and to est ibllsh his clilm to said Itnd be fore the register and receiver of this office at I a (irande, Oregon, on Tuesda , the 0.U1 dn of Sep tember, IQOJ lie names as witnesses' Van R. Mead, Mike Lv nch, I . Schlemlng, all ol Sumpler, Oregon, and Otto Stein, of Spo...

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. — 25 June 1902

Covers Thoroughly THE GOLD FIELDS of the INLAND EMPIRE Eastern Investors In OREGON MINEjS Pay for AND READ IT TALK OF THE TOWN. John C'lark has hoIiI IiIh intnrcHtn tit I tour no, imil Ih uh yet undecided what lit will ilo in future. Tim Forrest Slock company will pre sent In it Spider's Well at Kills opera house (IiIh evening uml A Runaway Wldi tomorrow ovcning. Karl Diil rick, hoii of .Mr. anil Mrs. i. II. hedrick, Iiiih ri'luriii'il homo from the Hill Military Academy at I'ortlauil for tin? summer varation. (J. II. Fisher, tlm mining machinery man, in again in Humptcr tislay, llguring on a dig contract, tlm particulars of which will lie given when tlm ileal in dnHcd. Dr. ami Mrs. T. A. Wheeler loft for their homo in Chicago Momliiy. Thu Pis-tor Ih largely Interested in tlm St. Anthony miini, anil Ih a brother of its manager. .1. N. Van Horn wan in town Miuulay from hin Kliloriitlo mine, near Granite. Iln brought in some line hmm'mimiih of oni from a W-fiMit ledge, which ho Iiiih ...

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. — 2 July 1902

I J fc$ wm VOL. III. HAMILTON OWNS THE GIPSY QUEEN BOSTON PARTIES FAILED TO MEET PAYMENT DUE. He Sttpptd in, Paid the Money and Ihe Deed now it in Hi Name Will Or ganlzc Strong Company to Develop Ihe Great Property. W. II. Y. Hamilton now owns the Gipsy Queen croup, Calilu Cove district, an extension of the Gipsy Kill);. Through lii 111 it wiih Mild to a Boston syndicato over a year ago. A company wiih organized undci tint namu o( tint Oregon and llostnu Mining eotnpanyuud a tunnel driven in hImiiiI 'JOU feet. An Iiuh freiiiuntly lieen Htated in these col umns, the ore layn far under the ground in thin gulch. The tunnel rutin moid of the distance from one to two feet above the ore body. At placeH it comes up in the tunnel several feet and for u short distance to the top. The ore ix live or nix feet wide and of high grade, The Boston ieople have liever in spected the proerty since il wiih pur chased. At that time scarcel any work had been done and it wiih bought 011 the showing made ...

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. — 2 July 1902

THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday, July 2, 1902 BOTH QUARTZ AND PLACER Healy & Griifin Own Valu able Property on Pine Creek. P. I). Ilculy returned it few duyn niuct from (lie I'iiii' creek niMrty, i iiol hy liiniM'lf 11111I I. .1. (irillin. Tin- liitli-r formerly lived in Sumptcr iiml conduct (il (hi! Capital hotel. i in ui'll iiml favnrahly known hy nil olillitucrH who vIhIIciI thin camp. 'I'IiIh iron'ity roiiniiitM of ISO hitch of crouml, :ilm on I'inomiil Pill mi Cotton win 11I rifck, llii two lini'lf juiuiuc nt 11 corner. Tin' ccutlmiicii iiIho own tin excellent witter riislil tlicri'. Tor tin' punt hix M'iith, ninco tlic ilili'lii'H were I'oniiilcli'il, tlic irinriml work done Iiiih liccn to lijilrntilic u channel thrniich u lilll, to reach nitli u c I lii'inl of water tlic niti In t'limini'l, where tln rirli ernvel in foiiml. Tlii work wiih liniilly com pleted IiihI week, wliiln Mr. Ilriily wiih llllTH, llllll III' in inlll'll elated OMT till' furl Unit HiIm lone jolt of "dead ...

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. — 2 July 1902

Wednesday, July 2, 1902 THE SUMPTER MINER WAWMlWimiimWlWm BUY SHARES IN A DIVIDEND PAYING MINE LOCATED AT PEARL, WILLOWCREEK BOISE CO., IDAHO THE FRIDAY MINE WAS A REGULAR DIVIDEND PAYER for several vears. and in the davs of its early history the FRIDAY was a sensational producer of hiyh imde shipping ores, and carload after carload were regularly shipped to the smelters, both at Salt Lake, Utah, and at Denver, Colorado. The high grade ores were hauled in the crude state hv teams twenty-six mijes to Boise City, Idaho, the nearest station at that time, and all the lower grade ores were left on the dump or in the mine. In 1898 arrangements were being made for the erection of a huge concentrating and milling plant, in order to mill, and concentrate the ores running less than 525 per ton, which would not pay for hauling the long distance to the railread: but owing to a disagreement among its owners, the mine was closed down and thrown into litigation, which lasted nearly three years. LI...

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. — 2 July 1902

Wednesday, July 2, .902 THF SUMPTER MINER The Sumpter Miner 1-IJtlIlSMI II IVIKV WIHMMH. MV I W LONNI I I. A Intiiru .it Hie pHsinlfir In Smnpfei, OrrKun, li,r Iransmlsiiwi thriitiish lhi mill ,is vrimj ilm m1fi.r MIIIM WIIMHlN WATI OneYrr "" M Munilis '' AIW S IN MlVAM I IliiiiNMvi .Inly I. ill" war ifVi'iiin lux ic ti'.ciili'il mi luiili'r, lirnUi-ii", -di'iilcr in ur.iiu, iirilii'. He., p.iwif liruKi'iH flmii ln'ii-i. Iimki'i-, prniri- I'lnre nf lln'iilfi, riri'iihi- iiiiil'illii'i hi li lic iliililliiiiiH, inipii''liii" nf ImiwIui.' iiIIc.Vh iiihI liillnihl iiMiii. IimI r in li'iif toli.ti-rn, ilisilfix in Itili.irrn, nmiiufiirtur rrx of IiiImivii, iiiiiiiiifiii'liiii'rc nf fi,irF, iiiflrniiii'iil", 1 1 1 n iImmiiiii'IiIc, li" liVl-rif" nr I tilllf flTr. nf r!H'Ul", Mill h Mini litrrlnrllli- nf Mile "I iiurivlnclilH Iiim'II Miii'I.m, pliiillli'lf l ini'icliiiliili-c iiihI ulllt'H, M'ltl l" i.illn in I'.iIiik' I'illf itlt'l Ih'MIih ill dri-piim Clio, li-iMrli" iiihI li Iriliulivi...

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. — 2 July 1902

Wednesday, July 2, 1902 THE SUMPTER MINER RED BOY STOCK FOR SALE I Four Thousand Shares in the most Famous Mine in Eastern Oregon This is the first opportunity any outsider has ever had to get in on this dividend paying mine. This is indeed not a speculation, but a safe and profitable investment This block is now offered foree $1,800 Cash, 45 Cents a Share The buyer will not only receive big interest on his money, but the value of the stock will undoubtedly double and probably trebble within the next eighteen months, as the mine's output will soon be largely increased. dt & Address: "B. F." Care THE MINER. SUMPTER OREGON j ... 1 ------- ..--.. ... SENATOR KEARNS' MINING BILL. Text of the Substitute Meaiure Intro duced by Him. A Wiin!iiiiistni press dispatch says: Senator Kcarns, from the committee on mines and miiilnt!, Iiiih reported to the senntu u sub-titutu liill for tliu measure formerly intrixluceil by liim to iiint'iul tliu revised Htntuten of tliu United States in tliu m...

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. — 2 July 1902

THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday, July 2, 1902 BAKER CITY J 2 AND SUMPTER 2 But the Game Was a Good One, Just the Same. Met ween llfty iitnl 11 hundred i-ul mimiI In It.iKiT ("My Sutiitiiy l ecc llnil luce hall chili nf iriifiiiiiiiili defeat tin lionn1 li'iini of iiuiiiteuix In tln ilciiiit inn tune uf twelve tn tun. Itut, if 11 matter of furl, till' Ullllll' WIIMl't Mll'll 11 tlTlilllc hllllllltl'l' II- till" M'lllV Wlllllll in dicate. Dnriiij.' tin- Mint t- iiiiiiiiu"1 llii' Simili ter linyn pliix I'll ureal li.ill, i;ccti nu (In (coin doun In tun In 1 mi' 111 tlii'ir fuviu. At lluil liini' tin1 enmity m'iiI j:l ueie afraid fur llii'ir li-t were healeli In 11 lllll. It Will while tlll'V UI'IC III tln lull, in tlii lat Imlf uf llic M-M'iilli, with two nii'ii mil, Unit Sllnenn mi I i t r-1 made 11 rim K i'iiiii, after liuviliu dniiccxrellelil work previously j fnllnunl 11 iii with nlheiH, wlili'li nitlli'il tin' team, iiinl fmir iiiiih ui'ii fi'uri'il. In tin1 eiuhlh tin Sumpler playeiH...

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. — 2 July 1902

Wednesday, July 2, 1902 THE SUMPTER MINER WORK ON THE ALPINE Commenced Yesterday Under Direction of Superintend ent Addoms. Colonel Grii.VHon and hi" little wn were in town yivtunlity on their vvny to the Alpine iiiiiio, Cnhlo Cove iliHtriet, near the l.iiMt Chtini'e. llotli will Hpeml much time at the pioperty thlxHiiinmcr. The llret lo.ul of HiipplioH wan Kent out M'mdiiy and work wan commenced yen tenlay, nniler the immediate direction of Superintendent Addomn, who wax with the Colonel at the Hahv MeKee. I'liliku moet of the ledei In theCahle Cove diHtrie', tlie Alpine i a flee mill inn proposition, to the prenent depth of UK) feet. OtherM have earned free jrold near the nnrface, hut none to thin depth. Colonel tiraycon nuy he exK'etn the ore to heeome relraetory after water level in reached. The tunnel ix now in ahout :i()0 feet, nttaininj: a ertlcal depth of UK) feet, ne ntated uImivu. The work for the immed iate future will ho to fink ufiO-foot winze at the end of thin tunnel,...

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. — 2 July 1902

1 t. 8 THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday July 2, 1902 "GOING DOWN" ON THE & GIPSY KING IT HAS been demonstrated that the great, rich ledges in Big Limber Gulch of Cable Cove District are far down under the ground. Thousands of dollars have been expended on a half dozen properties there in driving tunnels, which have demonstrated the existence of splendid ore bodies, but the backs attained have not been great. GIPSY KING GOLD MINES CO, has taken the initiative and begun to sink a shaft on an ore shoot of marvelous value and size. It is seven feet wide and no piece of rock has been found there that assayed less than $92, and from that up to $400. The company is under contract to take out this ore for the Smelter to be built in Sumpter. When that smelter begins operations, the mine will be self-developing and the sale of stock will be stopped. Until then it must be sold to pay running expenses. Only treasury stock can be bought. All of the other is pooled and in escrow. Your money will g...

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. — 2 July 1902

Wednesday, July 2, 1902 THE SUMPTER MINER OFFICIAL RECORDS. Tlio JfollowiiiK instruments were (lied atjtlio linker county court house iluriii).' tlie week ending .Inly 1, HX)2. KKAL KSTATK TKANSKKHS. iiki:i)m. Jitu 21, .Iiih York & f to V I. Mil lor It (MO iuto In Hi',1 nwtf hw L'Stiittr US 1 Anr 15, Win linker et ill to .1 V. Demi UK) uere.-i in cee 11 t 10 r 37 'J000 June 4, Oregon Lumber Co to I'm fillc Stiiti'i' Telephone mill Tele praph Co riiilit of wuv over hee 1'Htp lOrlltt ' . . 1 May 1", Win linker & wife to Win Lentz .T.M nerex in coo l 10 it 11 tplOrli; LWX) Juno L'.'i, II Salomon A f to Jo Tuhler lotx 1 V 'J blk 2 South linker AW June 20, W I- Wanner to W (' Chin-e 10 lie i en in ei'u 22 & 2:1 tp Or -10 1 May 2S, M J Wriuht to .lohu Walker lot 2 hlk 7 Steuaitfuilu linker Citv 1107 .lime 25, .1 I) Keunedv & wf to It .1 l'nverl lotn Ti & tl I.Ik II Keiiuetlv in In linker City 10 JimuA, Sam l'lumin to X H liu Iiiiuh vJ v!j mh' 21 tp 8 r -10 . . 000 .lim...

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. — 2 July 1902

THE SUMPTER MINER WedneFdav July 2, 1902 IO PRODUCTON OF PETROLEUM Official Report of the United States Geological Survey. In hi report on pel rolcuni in "Mill cm I Itl'hUliri'l'M llf III)' I'llill'll SllltCH, I1MII," iiiiu in pre-, iulilllicd I iv Hid Wniti'il State (icolnuical Survey, I". II. Illiiliunl Invite attention In tin follow int; ci 1 1 ih 1 ii i't 1 i f feature in tint iioduc- tillll llllll dill' llf IH'tMltl'lllll ill till! I'llitl'll Stale ilurini! the year WW. llenntcH lliiiltlii! iiiiiiii'tnili i( ciudc ietrolciim wiih urcatcr lliiiti llmt of any iicviou year; and Unit tlicie wii ii wry remark- llllll) llUTCII-l' III till' llllllllll'tillll in till' hlnti'H uf lexa 11111I California, a de creaM) in tile iliMucliiin if tin- .iia liirliinii or ealciu ii'!iiiIi'iiim Held, Mini 11 -lilil Kit in in tin' niiliiit uf tin) Lima- Imliiinii ri'ni f I)m total t m! u-1 i m i in tin' I'nili'il Stnli'M I'lishty ht cent caiiiu fmiii tin' older Aii:iliii'liiiin Mini Lima-Indiana Hel...

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. — 2 July 1902

Wednesday, July 2, tcjo2 THE SUMPTER MINER 11 Decision in Famous Ella Mine Case. A press dispatch from Holse snys: Judge Heatty, of the United Stateseourt, handed down a decision for the defense in the famous ease of 1 'at rick Clark et ill vs. Charles Sweeny et nl, Involving the ownership of the Klla claim, adjoining the Tiger-Poorman at Burke, in the Cieur d'Alenes. Sweeny purchased the Klla from plaintiffs for f-1000. It was claimed afterward that he secured it through misrepresentations and fraud, it being asserted that the property was then worth 1,000,000. Suit was brought for cancelation of the transfer. It has been a sensational pr- ceeding through out and has attracted a great deal of at tention. Referring to the charge that the Klla was clandestinely explored, the opinion says: "While there is no evi dence or authority for, or objection to what defendants may have done, it seems that since the time of Clark's manage ment workings have been extended into this ground without...

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. — 2 July 1902

Eastern Investors In OREGON MINE'S Pay for AND READ IT Covers Thoroughly THE GOLD FIELDS of the INLAND EMPIRE TALK OF THE TOWN. George Hlley, representing tin: F.n giiuvrlug iiml Milling Journal, Ih work ing OiIm district. I'. C. Crow, itl I'nrtliinil, Ih in town on mining busim-Hs. I In Iiiih Iteeu here Ih foru Hint liken tlm layout. W. C, Odder Ih back from a trip into tlm GreenlwriiH anil over to .Susauvillc, uml off on another still limit. Ir. Monllon, treasurer of tin Turna gain Arm roniiany, returned thin fore noon from a trip to Portland. Professor I'. .1, Saylor, viiperlntcndciit of the Spokane public schools, !h the guest of Mr. ami Mrs. It. I.. Killeu. Miss Myrtlia Hohsou, manager of the ti'li'pliomi nlllcii here, returned venter day from a visit with friends in I'ort land. W. II. V. Hamilton in in town thin week, registered from Waterville, Wash ington, To look at lit in. a stinngor wouldn't take him for a farmer. Mcsdiimcs Sparks and llriindcnbcrg hac iMiughl the lease a...

Publication Title: Sumpter Miner, The
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