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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 1 October 1902

VOL. IV. WILL FURNISH ELECTRIC POWER R. E, STRAHORN BUYS A. V. ELLIS' WATER RIGHT. Will be HaracKd to Drive Dynamos at Company's Power House Great Im provements Planned for Sumptcrt Electric Plant. It. K. Stralioru, owner of the Sumjittir water works uiul electric lighting plant, has bought from A. V. Kllin the witter right used on IiIh placer ground went of . . . town it The consideration is not known. Jp?15'-Tnrwiltrto.iitltf or,doeW2.ur- loe, but will be utilised for power!. It will drive dyimmoH night nnd day,, nerv iiifT as an adjunct to the steam engines in the Miwer house for the lighting plant at night) and supplying all the needed electric; power during the day. It in very probable that the halt dozen or more water wheels now in line around town by private partieH will have to be replaced by electric motor, which will lie a mottt gratifying change to those who huve elsewhere lioen acciiHtomid to the latter. It will le between thirty and sixty days before HiIh water inner ca...

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. — 1 October 1902

1 THE SUMPTEK- MINEK Wednesday, October ?ri902 p; IMPROVEMENTS ' AT THE GOLCONDA LARGE EXPENDITURES PLANNED , FOR IMMEDIATE FUTURE. Will Increase Water Power lo 500-Horw, Eliminating Steam Entirely New Sinking; Plant Goei In at Once, A, Capable of Going Down 1300 Feet Now One Mile of Underground Working! In .the Mine. (miU'oiiiIii NtiN'k, Iiiih, Immjii .withdrawn from tint iiiurki-t foruliut tlircuinitntliH. Vliiiitliiitwiiti)rfiill.:,iiiiirvliiiiMly ridi orccliiMit, tlmv.xciU'il tjiu inltit iiu world thrcn ycurn hi.iiihI whn iiftt-rmtrilM loxt, wax iiickci iit IiimI Hpriiitf Uy tint mow t'itiiMtny Unit luul Itoiitflit thu mint) only it few vw-ekn prm'ioiiHly, 4 1 tt wtoek hjIiI ho rapidly at tlin incro nominal price of llfli-oii or twenty i-i-nln, ImiIIi at lioinu ami aliroail, that hkIi'i wcro ntoppcil. It wih known tliut tvti Htumpn would pay for all ntrt'pnary ditvclopniunt work, and iih Ilit NtiM'k waH offered for that pur pone onl) , there whh no further need of hi-11-inuil. 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. — 1 October 1902

Wednesday, October i, 1902 THE SUMPTER MINER wwiw THE FRIDAY MINE Jul ' ' . ' AN EXAMINATION 0 ..The Tribe of Ben-Hur.. 4j H Jfk fliM - A , . : ' I A Frftterntl, tviwftcUl Ortftr, NMtlh lw4in M Wfrtt M GtO W KkACUC. Jute MM.tr MM) MM ft ' l rr. Nwih DaaMt. Autf, 1.5, Dr. i. C. P. Chiraat, city. Owvr Sir At tho rniiuciiti of ypiiriiclf nn t ni'ior rurio aioeklwlderit r tM Friday Oolil Mlnlnc Conpany (as null no lot .11 on nitiafaciton aa atockholder) I itade n imrninol intiiictiMi 01 llw rrldny Mum at I'.ni'l, Idaho, an nlao looked over th rfoMn of ti.n CTinny. I ainll not civ you n noiiili'ii iHucrlption or utiat I ovh inn, but will elnply irtry the ntMiicnlM i . I in t'i't crrany'a proapectua, 1 founil then to be conorrv.it I" nn rorr'M. I Man found tho rn- v oordn or the aompany in cwl iihio, 1 too apeolal occtnloli 10 Inuk Into "u iiiiniliifi "'' rTHttlor of tho offloera an1 direct or u ot tin" Cnroany, nut tnirid tl.nt ll'ey enjoi the confidence and reaped ol' tli- nonvru. tii'u...

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. — 1 October 1902

THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday, October i, 1902 V ! k V The Sumpter Miner HUHMMIM) BVGKV WEDNESDAY HY J. W. CONNRLI.A Entered at Hie puttoMce In Sumpter, Orren, for transmission ilirciuith Hit malls a second class miller. VUHM.WII'TIOt IMTI'S One Year Six M.inths .fjii '.5 AlWAYS IN AI)VAN:i. Tiik rilieuN of HiiriiH should luixe known belter tlinii toappcal to tin-little cliijiui of golf playcrt who constitute the Portland Chamber of Commerce, lor aid in preventing tin (niisiimiiiiitinu of thut glgantie fraud, known iih tie-Itlue Moun tain forest resere. It huh this same oiltllt (hill 11 few inoiitliH finni passed a . , ' . resolution opponig ine inn now iiciori'i !oiigrexH, rent rirllntr Chinese iininigric tion. Tiik Mini.ii will not waste words in accti-atcly porlriiying 1 1 its rhiirneter ol the Cortland Chamber of (,'oninieree, which would ho fniis'dcrcd by the unin formed an rank calumny. Aftcrili-cuss-lug thn iplcstlnu nl litiiglli mid display ing iniicli pretended ignorance of t...

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. — 1 October 1902

Wednesday, October i, 1902 vr SOMETHING ENTIRELY FIRST Of STOCK FOR PROSPECTUS, MAPS, ETC., ADDRESS t Constellation Gold Mining Company A J P. O. Box PROJECTED RAILROADS. Prwpcctt Good for Several to be Built la Oregon. A writer In a state exchange, summing iii the railroad nit nation, says: The outlook for railroad building in the state of Oregon Ih exceedingly good. The rapid development of the ea8U.rn part of the Mate has ho increased the volume of trade and tonnage that the pack mule and freight wagon can no longer handle i it. The demand for timWur Iihh also stirred the lraussirtatioii companieH to further road building, in order that the ever-increasing prcslucts and vast tliuher supplies may In) put on the markets quickly and cheaply n... ilIiwu nf ..iaii.ru iin.ifiiii mill iiu timber caused the extension of the dry ores they can be treated at a cost of Sumpter Valley mad from Sumpter to $2.50 ter ton. Both gentlemen men Whitney last year, and It Ih quite prob-! tioned are sa...

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. — 1 October 1902

i: THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday, October i, 1902 I t1.G !li ) fi.fi.fi. j. A .V-SA" DIVIDENDS --ssjifc-- The Red Boy Consolidated Gold Mining Company OREGON'S GREATEST MINE Has Produced Hundreds of Thousands of Dollars in Gold and Will Produce Millions, A Great Electric Power Plant, Trebling the Present Stamp Mill and Other Vast Im provements will Soon Increase the Dividends Many Fold. Instead of Diverting the Dividends for this Purpose, Stock is Of fered for Sale for the First Time in the History of the Mine. J 8p Jp THIS IS YOUR CHANCE BUY RED BOY STOCK WHY? Because: LATEST STRIKE From the lowest workings of the mine they have just taken ore that runs over $1000 to the ton IT is a great Producing Mine. IT has an immense ore reserve in Five rich veins. IT has the finest Mining Equipment in the Northwest. IT has clear title, no debts, no trouble. IT will steadily increase in value. IT pays dividends and will increase them many times. IT will provide for the rainy day. IT will take ca...

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. — 1 October 1902

Wednesday. October i, 1902 THE SUMPTER MINER BONANZA WILL HAVE 100 STAMPS Other Big Things Planned For That Mine. All kind of rumor are in circulation regarding contemplated improvuincnta at tliu Bonanza mine. The most im portant in that sixty Htampa are to be added to the mill, making 100 in all, which will then be the largest mill in the North wert, with the sinitlo exception of the Tread well, in Alaska. As the story goes, the sixty stamps will be installed at East (Joiner, about one mile from the present site. After these stamps are ready to drop, the 40 stamp mill now in use will bo movod to the same placo, all included under one roof. The power, of course, will be sup plied from one battery of boilers, and the necessary engines, harnessed to gether, In order to more conveniently deliver ore to the mill, tho hill will bo tunneled, connecting with the deep shaft. It is further reported that this shaft will be sunk to a depth of 1000 feet lie fore work is stopped. It is now down ...

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. — 1 October 1902

8 THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday October i. 1902 Li ) TIMHKK LAND, ACT.M'NK:., 1878.- NOTICK COIl rllll.llATION I'liUfl StHlt-x Lund Oilier, ) 1 .11 (ruudu, Orii.. July :tl, IIN... )" Nut ice in herein' uiven tlml in cunipli ii net! with the provMonH of tin; net of ronurcHH of .limit II, 1878, enlltliMl "An stet for tin Hiilc of timber IiiiiiIh in the NtiiteH of California, Oregon, SYviidaaud Wo-llillUtiill Terrilorv," an extended to nil tlio I'lihlie I .it nil Htuten bv net of AiikiihI 4, I8!, .lOSIII'A M. I'AI.MKKTON, of I'lilliimn, county of Whitman, Mute of WiiHliiiitftou, IiIih IIiIh tiny tiled in tliix nlHcc bin Hioru Mtutcmcu't No. l:i')L', for tlui nurchiiHC of tin1 mw l-l uf Hcetlou No. I in lottiiHiiiii .mi. i n., riinne .mi. ;(. kwm, ami still oftur proof to rilmw that the liiml Miiiitflit in more valuable for itn timber or hIoiiu thin for agricultural purptiMCH, ami to eHtnblirili Iiih claim to caid laud before the clerk of the Supreme Court of the Mute of Oregon, at I 'ent...

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. — 1 October 1902

7. Wednesday, October i, 1902 THE SUMPTbR MINER OFFICIAL RECORDS. The following instruments wore tiled at tlie Haker county court house during the week ending Sept. 30, 1H02. ' REAL KSTATK TRANSFERS. IIKKIM. Mch 22, '17, .1 II Rarker et nl toA Raring roadway from Bourne to K A E mine i 1 Sent 8, G F McAnlav A wf to II C Edwards lots 2 A 8 bik 0 Park- ers adu Baker Citv 1030 , Sent 8, G F MeAulay A wf to M I. Edwards lot :t Mock It Parker adn Uaker City ISO "May 17, Sam I'. Sipp A wf.to A. Wallace UK) acres in nee. :i & 21 t 11 r 40 800 Sent 2:1, .laM (i Young A wf to I, I ' t King IIS0 acres in sec 2l tp 10 s rJMIe ..,.. ivm Sept 20, W W Wheaton to W A Howe, Snake rixcr ferry ... . 1100 Aug 11, .Ion rainier A wf to Sarah Andrews lotH 17 to 20 hlk 1 Wll- ovalu KM .July 2U, Jon rainier A wf to M Janie Andrews lots. 15 A 1(1 hlk 1 " Wllovalo . 100 Sent 24, Anna Tedrowo A lid to John ArthurCapital hotel prem ises, Snmpter ....,...,...' 4,"00 Sept 24, Sumpter TowiiHlte Co to I) McUug...

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. — 1 October 1902

THE SU.YIPTER MINER Wednesday October i. 1902 IO tf I ill SNAKE RIVER PLAINS. Geological Survey Report on That Interesting; Reg-ion. In litillctiu No. I1M, now in prtyp, United State icological Survey, Profex- Hor iHftlul C. KtlXXcll dlxcuxxex till) gcob ogy and tliu water rexonrceiiof thoHnaku river plain of pouthurn Idaho. The main objecta in view when the work wiih undertaken were to uncertain how fur thu geological conditiniiH, particularly Ix-ncath thu broad lava-floored plainx bordering Hnaku river, fuvor thu hope of obtaining Mowing water by ilrilliiiK wcIIh, hihI where tent wuIIh xhould Imi put down in order to determine thu cor rt'Ctni'MH of the iufcrcuccH Imxed on geo logical and olhur condltionx. Of thu L'A.OOO wiiura milcx of the region, alxuit I 'Mi m 1 11 11 ru mllex were examined, the main route lying eaiitward from near llnlmi ncroxx Klmore, l.lncoln and lllainu niiiuticx mid Into Itlngham county iin far iih lllackfnot. The Snake river pinion prexent a typii nil llli...

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. — 1 October 1902

Wednesday r-Octoberv,! ,02 -THESUMPTER.MJNER ? hAiLmtr -m -tw -. trt t 0" "t.S I .mnNtj TIMBER LAND. ACT JUNE . i88.i-NOTICE FOR ' PUBLICATION. United Slates Und Offlct. I Li Grande. Oregon, July it, igot. Notice It hereby Riven that In compllanct with tht provisions of the act of congress of June i, i8?8, en titled "An act for the tale of timber lands In tht states of California, Oregon. Nevada and Washington Ter ritory," EUGENE A. CRAWFORD, of Whitney, count)- of Baker, state of Oregon, has this day filed In this office his sorn 'statement No. ijto, for the purchase of lot 4 and sw fa nw 14 of section s and lots 1, and 1 and m 1-4 ne 14 of sec tion No. In township No. ti south, range No. 14 BWM, and will offer proof to show that the land sought Is more valuable fqr Its timber or stone than for agricul tural purposes, and to establish his claim to said land before Charles H. Chance, U. S. commissioner, at Sumptcr, Oregon, on Wednesday, the sand day of Oc tober, igot. 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. — 1 October 1902

I COVERS THOROUGHLY THE GOLD FIELDS of the INLAND EMPIRE EASTERN INVESTORS IN OREGON MINES Pay for AND READ IT TALK OF THE TOWN. Mr. Hennencey, of Hjiokuuu, lnlnltiiif IiIh brother, J. J. K. Ilarrln, of Milan, Mlccourl, arrlvet' in town luHt week to vintt hi eoiuln, .1 J J. rHurgill. Joe Miknl, formerly of thin city, but now of ShiiU Criiit, California, arrived in town Monday on a hort bunincnn trip. Tom Molllt, imperinUsndent of the Oregon Monarch, In in town today. Ilu xaya everything in moving along nmooth ly and wttinfactorily at that mine. (J. K. Porter, manager for cantern Ore goti of llui Inland Telephone and Tele-I Kraph company, wan in town thin week, lMkiii after the linen In the Humpter dlntrlcl. A. M. I'. Kirchliuiiner, a proniineiit attorney of.' Prairie City, and V. W. Watnoii, editor of Tlio Miner at that place, panned through .Sumpter yeMer- day on their way to Portland. Harry II. Hurt, unniMunt nrgaulxcr of the endowment rank KnightH of I'ythiiiH for Oregon, arrived...

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. — 8 October 1902

t.v. . fe , . VOL IV. SUMPTER. OREGON. OCTOBER 8. iooj. . NO. THIS OLD CAMP "LOOKS GOOD." GREAT ACTIVITY IN EVERY IN DUSTRY AND BUSJNESS. Fortunes Have Been Made in Mining Residents Inspired With Faith in the District Investing Their Money in Mines and Real Estate Many Build ings Being Erected and Wages High. Thix camp uiul iliHtrict "looks good" nuvor letter, People who liuvu. lived here before n,nd since tliu kindergarten liooin of, three" yearn ago and Iiiivu ac cumulated u little money 'by linril work or clone tiilli'Htiou tn business, uru In " vesting their own money" In 'real extate and milliner proerty. TIiIh new condi tion nf uffuirH hax develoed recently and rapidly. Then line never been really u dull period of sixty duyx duration in Simili ter or the district since the short-lived, feverish activity In the winter of 181ft nud IHOO the conservutivex who have nciiiirel the habit of shaking of the "reaction after the boom" to the con trary notwithstanding. That incipient Ikmh...

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. — 8 October 1902

THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday, October 8, 1902 III MONTE CRISTO AND GOLD BUG Rapid Development of Rich Properties on Greatest Ledge Ever Found. .1. A. llillilcur iHxci through town Frlilay un mutt to IiIh mlncn on Hook entile, t ! Monlii (Jrlcto unil (Sold Hug group, owned liy the WcMti.rn Onion Mining t'onipitiiy, of .MIi)m-joUh, of which lici Ih Kunurul niiimtKiT. Thorns proirtii'H ciiitHiHl of llvit full cIhIiiih, or Pole, nml Mayor KnbtmiH, of Sumpter, to buy thu ground Itetwuou that mine ami the Monto Crlnto group. Tim latter micrwdi'd, after bidding over $200,000, planking ilown thu inonoy, Iihh organ ImhI tin Smith I'olu company and lian already Ixigtin work on a gigantic Hcale. Mr. Ilillikcr, thuruforu, Iihh a llceiwe to bt HiithuiiiaHtii! ovtir the probability of making two great iiiinux of IiIm prop urtitw, UHidt from thu Hliowing already made there which en tluinlaHmlMnhared by hiri HiiHriiitendeiit. So far aH the toography of the ground In concur led, be Iuim a better layo...

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. — 8 October 1902

Wednesday, October 8, 1902 THE SUMPTER MINER WMlW)im)Mm)imimMMIlWl THE FRIDAY MINE 3 - '" 4. i I J i I AN EXAMINATION ..The Tribe of Ben-Hur.. 11 ''. .& HI .11 A fraternal. Beneficial (Mt. ItoM C4fc, ,iI.ih U4 mCCO W POACUC, tt.lf Mihih, 'erie. Nwih Oak. Autf . is , X Br. J. C B. CMrtll, city, Oenr sir At the request of yciraclf n ntser fnre Moeaholderi. or tM Friday Oolrt Mining Company ( noil n toi ra on otliaractlon i stockholder! I made pormnjl inapiiclinn ol the rrldny Min at Pnnt'l, Idaho, and Mao looked over th,' IcroHn or the Company, I ahill not clv you n rtelnilril dt-ucrlptlon of what I r,nv emu, but wilt alroly verify the nlii,KMil i.vl- in t'ut eonmny'e proepeatuo, a 1 round thea to be conmirv.it nn' rorr-t. I Mho found the m- t coTdn of the Oonpany in cnd nh ).. 1 toon apeolal occahIoii to tank Into iitnivilnc and reputation of the offloera and directors ol tho Corpany, .nil found that tlicy enjoi the confidence and reapect of th oonc tin. in ehlch they ll-r, 1 rou...

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. — 8 October 1902

THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday, October 8, 1902 The Sumpter Miner IMIMIIMII'lt HVK1.V WhDMMMV HY J W CONNKI.LA El lerru at lh? (M,(i,itlc" In Sumpter, Oregon, lor lrnmllon ilimufli Hi m.HI at second elm, imliir MMIMIWII'tlON MAILS O if Year 5 1 Months Sl.ua AIWVS IN AIIVANCI. Tiik F.eho, piihllHhcd nt llend, Crook ciMinty, IIiIm MlHtc, hiivh in a head line: "UciiiI'h future II SIllllllllT 'llllll." ()ll(! would imliii-Hlly think Unit the title of n Mtury hIhiiiI h town tlmt hiih Koiug to nlecp, lull il ihii'I. It ix ii Ikhiiii ntnry of u iroHH-clivu luiiilicr iiiiiuiifaL-ttiriuu; cento Tlio 11 mill m became xcparatcd uiiil chunked tlio whole iriiMiHitiiin, "Jim" Hii.i., preHiileut of thu (ireat Northern, anil a iiionI coiiiniaiidiiu; Hu me In the railroad world tiMluvJiiiHiliir- Imp tin, iiumI i'i.iip nr Iu'h t'Ltlil.til j. tlm telliptaliou to talk to the ienplc Im roll tiiiually trying to 'Viiuiri" hiniHclf. He Iiiih given iitteraiii'u repeateilly lolldicu- ImiHly fallaeioiiH imuiiic ...

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. — 8 October 1902

Wednesday, October 8, 1902 THE SUMPTER MINER fsc SOMETHING ENTIRELY NEW THE CONSTELLATION V FIRST OF STOCK FOR PROSPECTUS, MAPS, ETC., ADDRESS CrmctIlAtinn Cinlrl Minintf ComhAtiv A J P. O. Box QJgjT a THAT $15,000 NUGGET. OU Miner. DIkum the Big Find and Think Story U Straight. A dispatch from Maker City, Oregon, in yesterday's Mmt, rcxrted tluit n Chinaman wlio I mil leased the Salmon creek placer mines, had founil a nugget worth 15,0()0. The dipatch stated that that !h the largext nugget ever discover ed in the ITittUnl Statex, hut it failed to say whether it ws pure gold, or whether ipmrtx wax Intermingled with the yellow metal. A nugget of thin magnitude, free from quart, would weigh 73,'i smnds, with gold at seventeen dollars an ounce, which is the market price of gold in that sec tion of Oregon. The largest nugget of solid gold ever uncovered in the history of placer min ing wax the one at Ml. Moliagcl, A us tralia, in IHtl'.t. It weighed UK) hiiiiu1h and wax valued at $4.,H0...

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. — 8 October 1902

i- mi if 1 7 tij r 1 1. , ,;' M 'II w & ft! II I THE SUMPTER MINER E TH GREAT GOLD MIN E THAT MADE OREGON FAMOUS IS THE RED BOY CONSOLIDATED GOLD MINING COMPANY'S PROPERTIES In the District Bearing its Famous Name, Eighteen Miles From Sumpter. Has Al ready Paid Large Dividends, Regularly. Has Produced Hundreds of Thousands of Dollars in Gold and Will Produce Millions. A Great Electric Power Plant, Trebling the Present Stamp Mill and Other Vast Im provements will Soon Increase the Dividends Many Fold e Instead of Diverting the Dividends for this Purpose, Stock' is Of fered for Sale for the First Time in the History of the Mine, tit & & & In order to take Advantage of this Once in a Lifetime Opportunity, You Must Act Promptly, for the Price Will Advance. KILLEN, WARNER & STEWART SUMPTER, OREGON AGENTS 253 BROADWAY, NEW YORK KBDKOKDMCNEAL CODE . Wednesday, October 8, 1902 i! 'J

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. — 8 October 1902

Wednesday, October 8, 1002 THE SUMPThR MINER TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH CO. Franchise for County Secured and Asked for in Towns. II. 8. MvCalhitn wuh in town Monday, having recently returned from Arizona, where lie organized n niillion mid u linlf dollar company, on a mining property which he nays Ih n good tiling. The object of IiIh visit to Sunipter wan to Hie with the city recorder nn applica tion for a franchise to operato a tele, phone system hero. Friday the comity commissioners granted him the privilege of stringing wires on nil public thor oughfares outside of incorK)rated towns. The matter was to have been presented to the Baker City council at its next meeting, and he thought there would be no trouble in securing the franchise nsked for, as he had had encouraging assurance from members ot that body. To a Minkk representative Mr. McCal lumsaid: "There are associated with me in this euteri rise prominent citizens of Sunip ter and linker City, whose names will he given to the pu...

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. — 8 October 1902

t. 8 THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday October 8. 1902 I '1 U I DIXIE MEADOWS CAMP. Work Progressing on Several Properties In That Vicinity. Thu Dixit) Meadow flint rift in riiiilly iiHHiituiiiK thi! iiieitr.inre n( a lii 1 1 li 11 i nix ':t in 1 . Siiillcieut development work llllH ImM'II tlulll' til I'llllllll' tltoxe illterfxtfll to determine that they arc on tht bin ludy of tlio urent fiixleru Oregon xild Ix-lt. I'rniiiluenl miuerx, many of whom hiivi) devoted a lifetime to xiiccexxful milling in Colorado anil other ureal dixtrlctx, art) eoniliietliiK their work there with entire confidence and much warranted eiithiixiaxm over promim-d re HIlltH. The Dixie Meadow x Hold Mlnlnif coin jinny Ix developing a rich and very ex teiiMlve property. Itx eliuriicter hax nlreitdy been proved. Work on itx lower liinnel, now in alxml 150 feet, ix pro urexxiuu; with rlockdike regularity. It in expected that the big vein, cut by thu iipH-r tunnel, will he renehed within thu 5 XI-foot mark. An unxiirp...

Publication Title: Sumpter Miner, The
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