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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 6 August 1902

1 N Wednesday, August 6, 1902 THE SUMPTER MINER 'Tffffatemntmmmmmmrtrt ANOTHER BONANZA ON CRACKER CREEK Gleason and Doane Develop Develep ing: What Looks Like a World Beater. Indications (mint toward another great gold producer belli): ad(lel to the galaxy of bonanxas which have made the Cracker Greek district famous all over the world. With the aid of capital another North Pole or Golcondu will be developed within n few years. The name of this prus)iective fabul ously rich proerty is the Buckeye group, consisting of four claims. It is situated on Little Cracker creek, three miles above Hourne. There is an abundant supply of timber and water .and a natural location to favor its coa venient working. The group is owned by V. II. Gleason and J. X. Doane, of Sumpter, who are developing it. Mr. Oleason, who was in town yesterday, is very enthusiastic over the pros)ects that have developed so far. Three assays from near the surface, the returns of which he showed the writer, were $142, f ...

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. — 6 August 1902

Wednesday August 6, 1902 IO THE SUMPTER MINER TIMIIKIt I.AM), ACT Jl'NK :i, I7 NOTICK FOlt ITIILICATION. t'llited Slatt'H I.iiml Ollice, La irande, Orcein, .Inly III, IIHI.'. f Notice !h hereby jivi-ii tliiit in compli ance Willi I'll! VnvisioUH llf till' III'! of Congress of June II, 1H7H, untitled "An act for the sale of HiiiImt lauds in the states of California, Orison, N'i'VihIii Mini Washington Turrilorv," iih extended to all tin! Public I.11111I States li'v net of August I, IK'.IL', SAM I' CI- SOCTIIWICK, of Cove, County of I'nion, StnUi of Ore gon, Iiiih tli in diiy tiled hi tliiH nfllec his sworn statement No. I'-'ITi for tint pur chllHO of I III) h w '4 11 w xi, 11 w ' w '4 Hi'ction ', anil m i' ii 11 e '4', 11 u ,' h c '4 section 1 1, township 1 1 S, range 'M KWM. JACKSON W. HKNTNCKIt, of linker City, County of linker, State of Oregon, Mworn statement No! 1'JIH for the purchase of w !J h i) ,'4 , n e'4' h e ,' ami m w V 11 1' x( Hcclinu 10 township II s, range :w, kwm. AKT...

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. — 6 August 1902

Wednesday, Aupust 6, 1902 THE SUMPTER MINER 1 1 TIMBER LAND, ACT JUNE j. 1878.-NOTICB for PUBLICATION. United Statu LnJ Office, La Grande, Oregon. Julv 1, loot.) Notice Is hereby Riven that In compliance with the rrnvlilons of the act of congress ol June 1, 187I. en titled "An act lor the sale ot timber landt In the states ol California, Oregon, Nevada and Washington Ter ritory," as extended to all the Public Land states by actot August 4, 1891. WENDEL N. PROEBSTEL. ol Whitney, county ot Maker, state ol Oregon, has this day tiled In this office his sworn statement1 No. IK? for the purchase of the sw)' nwl,', wM sw,' sec, 11 and it'i ne! section No. 10 In township No. 10 S, ranee No. )6 Ewvt, and will offer proof to show that the land sought Is more valuable for Its timber or -stone than for agricultural purposes, and to establish his claim to sail land before the Register and Re ceiver of this office at La Grande, Oregon, on Thurs day, the 15th dav ol September, tooa. He names as wi...

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. — 6 August 1902

12 THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday August 6, 1902 "GOING DOWN" 1 ON THE GIPSY KING U- 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. Your money will go i...

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. — 6 August 1902

Wednesday, August 6, 1902 THE SUMPTER MINER OFFICIAL RECORDS. Tito followitiK Instruments were filed mt the linker county court houee during the weuk emling August fi, UH)2. UKAI. KSTATK TKANSKKltS. DKKDS. H KuHtet ux to I. Sommur et ul lotH 1 & 2 blk 4 Fisher adu lin ker City ; uIho mauhlnury, etc, uawl In connection with brewery 25,0)10 .1 II Kauffniiiti et ux to George 'l Gulden fractional part block .'10 Warren lleihtn ihIii Sumpter 150 Tlma Drixlauu et al to Inabul .Mur ray lot 10 block 18 Pacific adu linker Citv 125 W I- WillianiH et ux to Wm Kitch en hc 1-4 ne 1-4, n 1-2 He 1-4, ne 1 4 hw 1-4 ec tp 10 r 87 e "50 Frank M Marker to Aineiicaii De velopment Co water right in Blue Canyon creek 1 Frank W Pettit to American De velopment Co water ritfht in Blue Canyon creek 1 1. Schmidt to .1 F Woodward lot 17 blk 18 Pacific udu Baker Citv. . . 450 Jan A Kirby et ux to Them Rich lota 1, 2 & 12 blk 2; alio nw 76 ft Iota 4 & 6 blk 1 Itichlaud 1000 Jno M l'atterxoii et ux to...

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. — 6 August 1902

4 THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday August 6, 1902 I 1 SPRIGGS SPEAKS ABOUT SUMPTER Entertains a High Opinion of This District. Hiieu of iiiimy of tliwm illHiicterH. The limn Immlllnir powder Iiiih prnlmlily lropil it wen it burn mill do other Htrmi).'u tliinuH without t'xplodiu, until lit! Iiiih iI('vcIomm1 11 contempt for itH in offi'iihivcncfH, until Hoiiicihiy, when thu eouilitioiiH hapM'ii to hu junt rijtht, lit: in hurried into tin; heyoud without it wc iimlV time for relleetiou. Hu knowH tlmt it will expliMlc under coine eirciiui HliineeH ; ho linen thu coal miner know Former Lieutenant (iovernor A. H. that a naked li(!ht in lire-damp tneaiiH HiiriuifM Iiiih IuhI returned from a trio to 'M 'Xtenniuation ; hut ho iiixuMtoimil to Sumpter, Orison, where hu aecompiiuied ' prtwiiru of tlicw. eliani-en of iintnud lieneral ClmrleH S. Warren. In 11 talk I i,ltM ' 'I"-"' ' lecoin that he will with nil Inter .Moiintjilii rei.nrtr lit t, ' tnk clmillTH tllllt MM'lll like (lelllMTIlto Mutte to...

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. — 6 August 1902

V Wednesday, August 6, 1902 THE SUMPTER MINER TAXATION OF MINES. Test Cut Now in the Courts Over in Washington. Mining Interests in the state of Wash ington are just now nt war with asses sors. Mining men Insist Hint milling proH!rty be assessed as other real estate, but assessors decline to do so, and have sent in their reports assessing mining lroertic8 at the full rate the stock is selling (or on the market. Judge Neiil, of Ferry county, has rendered a decision upholding the assessor, and now the ease is in the supreme court. Several com panies joined issue and made a test, re sulting as above, and will continue the case in the, higher courts. The plaintiffs contended that the as sessment for 1he purpose of taxation was illegal on account of the methods em ployed by Assessor Andrew Casey in fix ing the valuation of the proerty owned by the respective comenies. Instead of basing this valuation upon a true and fair estimate of real value, as required by law, they claim the valuatio...

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. — 6 August 1902

COVERS THOROUGHLY THE GOLD FIELDS of the INLAND EMPIRE EASTERN INVESTORS IN OREGON MINES Pay for AND READ IT I I ' TALK OF THE TOWN. .Mr. Mini .Mr. Hum; L'nny tir in (nun I In'' (Jiiclicc. V. A. Jones is in from (hi' (.iicen horns, where hit has hccn milling. I'. Itaschc, of linker rily, was In town Monday, visiting his hiii), ('. ('. Il.ischc, iiiiiiiuniT n( I In1 hardware company Ih'iit iiik' his inline. I'rof. S. S. Slnrl Iiiih returned from a trip cast and to const towns, of Oregon, California mill Washington. Mrn. Stni t in Mlill hi Iowa. Mrs. Killi'ii Is ciitcrtiiiiiinj.' a uuinhei of Indies this iiflcriiiHiii nl her liomit on Norlli street, in honor of her yucst, Mr. Scout, of NchiasKa. .Mr. iiml Mis. Waller ('roiiln icturncd home several days since, I ho former from Spokane, In. lallcr ftoin lloiso, where I hey Iiml Ih'i'ii lhilinu friends. .M. W. Wheeler, foiiiicily in the urocciy IiiisIiichs huiii, has returned fiom a scvcial days, olccrvaliou trip In western Idaho, near l...

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. — 13 August 1902

I'Tm" i BU9lzWliMm ' M !- VOL. III. NORTH POLE BUYS MORE GROUND SECURES 5,000 FEET EXTENSION OF ITS RICH LEDGE. Take Everything Held by Mam. Basche, Snyde and Hansen Its Holdings Now Consist of Five Claims and a Fraction Extends 2500 Feet on the Rock Creek Side oi the Divide, Abutting on the Monte Critto Group Negotiations Pending for Purchase of the E. & E. It now develops that tlio riurixil Ih ject of Alexander Daring's recent trip uut here was to buy more milling ground, to Hecure all extensions of the North Pole's rich ledge ossible. Thk Minkb Iiiih been aware of this fact from the first, hut refrained from mentioning it for fear jmbliclty would inteifero with the con humiliation of some of thependingdealt. Hut now that the options have been se cured and hoiiio money aid, no harm van reHiilt froni tho publication of nil that 1h known of the transaction. II bought a half interest in the VII lard, owned by 1. Itasche, of linker City, the North Pole compuny having already the o...

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. — 13 August 1902

THE SUMPTER. MINER Wednesday, August 11902 ' RED BOY STOCK ON THE MARKET MONEY WANTED TO INSTALL WATER-ELECTRIC PLANT. Fiily Mn at Work by September First Will Sink Another 1000 Feet and Extend Tunnel Into New Ground 600 Feet Flnt Dividecd Paying Mining Company in Eattern Oregon to Olfer Iti Stock for Sale. Tim ureal Itcil Ituv CoiimiIIiIiiIciI In lU'tinilly offering it h ctix-k for eiilu to thu public. Tlint In ii more iKitnlilc t.'Vcnl in tlii1 history of (Irrcoii mining tliuii WOlllll lllN'lir to till I'llhlllll llllMTMT lit llic II i el tiliincc. It mciiiit iiiorc tliuii I lie mere fuel t lint tliix ix the llrxt ilivi tlciiil inlying milling i'oiiiniiiy In thu pilil llulih of cnstiTii Orrpni tluit luif ever lilni'iil it h Mock on tin niiirkrt. It Inili-' i'iiIch tht) Kriiiifyini! furl tlmt tin- policy of lliiiiiit'irrilii! liiililnu proposition litis llt'l'll icvoliiliiiiiii'il, iim well iih thu iiii'IIhmI of uorkiii) n propeity liotli , luiviiii? Ih-i-ii iMiMlcrnicil. The llcil...

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. — 13 August 1902

M-J'M1 "jilii Wednesday, August 13, 1902 THE SUMPTER MINER Wto BUY SHARES IN A DIVIDEND PAYING MINE LOCATED AT PEARL, WILLOW CREEK BOISE CO., IDAHO THE FRIDAY MINE WAS A REGULAR DIVIDEND PAYER for several years, and in the days of its early history the FRIDAY was a sensational producer of high grade 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 by teams twenty-six miles 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 $25 per ton, which would not pay for hauling the long distance to the railroad; but owing to a disagreement among its owners, the mine was closed down and thrown into litigation, which lasted nearly three ye...

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. — 13 August 1902

THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday, August 1 $, 1902 TL- C, ., r-v. (Vi;-.k-H!ynii-Vliitnuyf)tcriLM)fiiiiitulitM,wlt! IMC J)UI lipid I III IC-I , u ctipitiil of f 10,000,000, mid w hicli con- I'UHLISMCII rVEkV WFIINMIIAY HV J. W. CONNI-LLA Lnteret. at llir postofllce In Simpler. Orrt'in transmission tiiriuicn trie mans .is srcnnj malier. Icr I cla One Year Sin Months trolf the llailcy pritcuHM of niunnhictnr iiiir vvhitu Iviul. Ovurliiroa iiiiulu to in 1 (lute the Natiiiniil I.0111I compiiny to join the murmur ure wiid to ho favorably lookuil iijmmi liy u Mrtiou of the dircc- , torate. Ituhiwl the int'Oicr arc thu Ityiin-Whitntiy anil Ameriian Smelting f.to,V lU'llniiiK' foiiiiiuiy intiTf-tc Options '' huvu liui'ii M-rnrcil on a niunhur of ror- " rmlinu plantH of tin: country, notably It in tin- iinlvi-ri-al oiinioti of well , tln ( liailnk-k i-onipaiiy of iinxton and IiomUmI 11 that the creation of the the Itiiyinonil eonipany of Chinijro. If iinmeiice, cencele fori-rt rei-ere will tlie m...

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. — 13 August 1902

Wednesday, August t$, 1902 tf????? THE SUMPTER MINER A WISE INVESTMENT MADE TO-DAY WILL SECURE FOR YOU AN INCOME FOR LIFE. YOU NEED MAKE NO MISTAKE NOR RUN ANY RISK IN YUUK lINVUblMtHNl. , i THE OVERLAND GOLD MINING CO. OAS 100 aores of mineral land in a proven district, the Cable A Cove, that has been thoroughly explored and the ore bodies determined on three main veins for a distance of 4000 feet, which eliminates the CHANCE feature of mining. The com pany needs $6,000 more to place it in the list of producing mines and offers j j j j j j j j 1 00,000 Shares of Stock for $6,000 The mine has been thoroughly examined by competent engineers who have reported that the above amount will be sufficient. The California mine, adjoining the OVERLAND, has at tained a depth of 1000 feet and the ore bodies exposed represent a value of over $500,000. The values on the OVERLAND and the size of veins are equal to those on the California. Character of ore similar. The company is organized under th...

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. — 13 August 1902

Wednesday, August 13, 1902 TIMBER UNO, ACT JUNE i. rSrB.-NOTICB FOR puiiucation. TI.MBER LAND, ACT JUNE ). 1878 -NOTICE I OH I'UHUCATION. TIMBER LAND. ACT JUNE j. 1878.-N0TICB for Publication. TIMtIER LAND, ACT JUNE j. 187B.-N.OTICB FOR PUBLICATION. THE SUMPTER MINER 1 . 1 J Jull 8, luoj, Notice l hereby given l.i j In cn-nplimce with Hie provisions ol Hie ad ot congress 'it June ), 1878, entitled "An a. I lor the vile nl II n-er lands In Ihe states ol Calilotnla. Oregon, Net Jdj an J Washing ton Terrll'irv,' .unlttijfj ti ill Hie Cut Ik I .in J States b) act fit August 1, i&itt JOHN WILLIAM III.Ldll. of Whitney, munlt nl Maker, stale nl Oregon, has Ifil Jay Med in Ihls ifii r hit sworn statement Mi lion tar the ptitchise nl the e - rie'i, sw' ( ne!i an I nw'.l e'( nl seitlon m 8 In t iwnshlp vn n souih range Nn IW , no' will oiler prnol m show thai the lmd snught Is no-e valuable Hir lit flmler nr stone than Inr agricultural purposes, and tn osUr-llvli M claim tn sIJ IjpJ bel r...

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. — 13 August 1902

Wednesday, August ij, 1902 THE SUMPTER MINER y TIMBER LAND. ACT JUNE t. iBrB.-NOTire for TIAUjER LAND, ACT JUNK ?, 1878. runui.-lius. NOT r.F FflH PI HI If AT ON. UnlteJ States Un 1 Oilier, I La (iranJe, Oregon, .lull i, igoi. i Notice Is herehs Riven thil In compliance with the provisions ol the act of congress nf June 1, '876, en titled "An act for the sile ot timber Mn Js In the stales ot Calllornli, Oregon, NeviJi anJ Washington Ter rltors , as extenJeJ to all the Public Lanj stiles b.t ast ot August 4, l8gj, CIIAR1 rS A CONRAD, ot Srmkine, counts' of Spokme. stale ol WashlnRton, lias this Jin hleJ In this office his sworn statement No lii, lor the purihise ol the ne' ot settlnn No. it In township No 11 south, ringe no h lis si, anJ will otur proof to show tint the MnJ sought Is more saluable for Its timber or stone linn lor jigilciillimt purposes. anJ to esMhlltli his iMIm to e-ilJ MnJ he lore the Register anJ Recelser ot this ottice at La (ir-nJr, Oregon, on I rlJit, the Mill ...

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. — 13 August 1902

8 THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday, August 13, 1902 A NEW MINING ERA t. . ... .' FOR OREGON THE RED BOY The Greatest Mine in the North west, for the First Time Offers Stock to the Public, for the Purpose of Erecting a nt MAMMOTH ELECTRIC POWER PLANT This is the First Opportunity for Investors in Oregon Mines to Buy Stock in a i DIVIDEND PAVER An Absolutely Safe and More Profitable Investment than Govern ment Bonds. . i j j dt Prospectus Giving Full Information Sent on Application KILLEN, WARNER & STEWART SUMPTER, OREGON AGENTS 253 BROADWAY, NEW YORK REDHORD'MCNEAL CODE .2.5.2

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. — 13 August 1902

Wednesday, August 13, 1902 THE SUMPTER MINER HOME FROM THE FRIDAY MINE Messrs. Sorensen and Her- locker Pleased With Progress Made. Xeil.T. Sorenxeii mill Otto Ik-docker returned Sntnnliiy from a trip of inspec tiou to the Friday mine, having gone out to the Muxw I'll from Maker City before eoniing liome. Slneo their return they have been so busy that it has leen iniMxsible to xeeuro an interview from either on the present condition of the mine. Otto llurlovker did llnd time, however, to say that lie was agreeably surprised to find so much high jcrmleore in sight, mid the workings in sueh ex eellent condition after the three yearn shutdown and only two months work. Iloth Messrs. Snreiisen and llerlocker left Monday for a trip into the hills. Superintendent (.irilllth, of the Fri- day, Hn-nt several days with bin family here, looking after Home private busi ness matters, lie left Monday after noon for the mine to remain permanent ly. Mrs. (irilllth will go over to make her home there...

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. — 13 August 1902

IO THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday August ij. 1902 TIAIIIKK l.AXI), ACT .ll'XK 3, 1878 XOTTCK FOK ITHI.ICATIOX. I'uited SlulfM l.miil OIIUv, ) I.M (iramlc, Orison, .Inly II), IH)1'. ( Xotiec In herehy ttivcn Unit in - nil i micc with I'ii' tVnvMoii-' of the iii-t i if ('nliarcHH of June II, 1878, entitled "An act for the "iilc of tlmhcr In in If in tin i-UIch of Cnlifnriiiii, (Ircynii, Ncvinlii mid Wii'liiiiuton '1'i'rrltorv," in extended to nil the I'ulilie l.ntiii Stato I iv net of Auju-I 4, IH'.ll', SA.MIT.I. SOl'TIIWICK, of Cove, (.'oiinly of I'liion, State of (lii U'ihi, hit- tlii" day Hied in HiIm nilico IiIh Huorn ptaicuiciil No CM.") for tin1 pur i'Iiiihii of I lie h w ii w '4 , n w 4 h 1 1 heel ion I 'J, Mini h e II rj '.(, n e '4 h e .f cei'lion ll,lc.un-lii. 1 1 S, ranue .'IS KWM. .iackson w. iikxixckk. of linker f'it , County of linker, Slnte of On-u'oii, mwii 11 hlnleineiit N'o. Il'lll for tin! puri'linnc of w 'j e '4 , 11 e1.. h e mill h w '4 11 e '4 , wet ion III low n-li...

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. — 13 August 1902

J Wednesday, August 13, 1902 THE SUMPTER MINER 11 TIMBER LAND. ACT JUNE j. iBj8.-NOTICE ro PUBLICATION. United States UnJ Office. ) U Grande, Oregon. 5 July 9, 190a.) Notice Is hereby given lh.nl In compliance with the provisions ol the set ot congress ot June i, 1678, en tltleJ "An act (or the sale ot timber lands In the states ol California, Oregon, Nevada and Washington Ter rltnr) ," as extenjed lo all Ihe Public Und states by act ol August 4 1891, vVENDEL N. PROEBSTEL. ol Whitney, county ol liaker, state of Oregon, has this Jay tileJ In this ofhee his sworn statement No. ucq (or the rurchase ol the iw1.. nw!,', w!t sw1, sec. 11 anj seU ne section No. 10 In township No. to S, ranee No. j6 Ew vt.anJ will offer prool to show that the land sought Is more valuable tor Its timber or stone than lor agricultural purposes, anJ to establish his claim to sail land before the Register and Re ceiver of this office at Li (iranJe, Oregon, on Thurs day, the ajlh Jay of September, 190a. He names...

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. — 13 August 1902

12 THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday August 13, 1902 "GOING DOWN" t t e ON THE & & GIPSY KING m ITT HAS been demonstrated that the great, rich ledges X 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. T...

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