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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 22 October 1902

Wednesday, October 22, 1002 THE SUMPTF.R MINER A MINE THAT YOU KNOW nf s tmm N- ''i I AM OFFERING STOCK IN THE GOLCONDA CONSOLIDATED GOLD MINES COMPANY To raise sufficient funds to make certain additions to the present equipment of that admirable property. Briefly, it is proposed to do the following werk: 1 st. Install a new dep sinking hoisting plant; 2nd. Increase the stamp mill and reduction facilities; 3rd, Increase the water power to handle the new reduction plant, and also to furnish sufficient electric light, etc., and electric power to run the drills, hoisting plant, etc. 4th. Put in a large cyanide plant. 5th. Do about five thousand feet more of underground work ings, etc. lo do this work as it should be done, will require an expendi ture of several hundred thousands of dollars, and the sale of stock, which has been authorized by the Board of Directors, is to provide the necessary funds, and for no other purpose. The merits of the Golconda mine as a producing property are s...

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. — 22 October 1902

r THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday, October 22, 1902 SOMETHING ENTIRELY NEW THE CONSTELLATION T or STOCK THE PROPERTIES OF THE CONSTELLATION GOLD MINING COMPANY Comprising Ten full claims, Mill Site and Water Right, are located in the rich Cable Cove District of the Sumpter Gold Fields. Upwards of 1000 feet of Development Work prove a .Continuous Ore Body, $ to 8 feet wide, from which Fifty assays give values of 4.50 to 39.50 per ton. j The officers and directors of the company comprise some of the best known mining operators of this district, j The Company is Incorporated for 1,000,000, Par Value Shares 1 ; One-halt, or 500,000 shares, is reserved as Treasury Stock for Development Put poses. To provide an immediate De velopment Fund the company offers to the investing public 100,000 SHARES OF TREASURY STOCK AT TEN CENTS PER SHARE i BFUND NEW MINE 3 FOR PROSPECTUS, MAPS, ETC., ADDRESS I Constellation Gold Mining Company I C. H. McCOLLOCH, j SECRETARY P. O. Box 185 Sumpter, Oregon k IN RE...

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. — 22 October 1902

Wednesday, October 22, 1902 THE SUMPTbR MINER THE OREGON MONARCH IS ONE OF THE COMING GREAT MINES OF THE NORTHWEST LET US TELL YOU WHY Oregon's Greatest Mine is the Red Boy Red Boy Ledges are Typical Fissures Each of These Intersect the Oregon Monarch. Great Depth Can Be Attained. Ore is Free Milling Gold. Number of Proven Veins, Five. irt Monarch Mineral Estate Has 200 Acres. Ore Bodies Have Good Width and Values. Not Highly Capitalized. Stock Non-Assessable. An Honest, Conservative Management Receives Endorsements of Best Mining Men. Crosscut Will Open Entire Property. Has AH Indications of a Great Mine. DEVELOPMENT WORK UNDER FULL PROGRESS MANY HUNDRED1 FEET OF WORK HAS BEEN DONE HAS PASSED THE EXPERIMENTAL STAGE S.&.& STOCK HAS ADVANCED TO 27 1-2 CENTS PER SHARE SiSlSl Send for Our New Prospectus, a Work of Art, Free. KILLEN,WARNER,STEWARTCO. BANKERS AND BROKERS I Postal Telegraph Building, New York. SUMPTER, OREGON

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. — 22 October 1902

8 THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday October 22, 1902 Growth of (he Mining Indutlry. The mineral resources of the United States, when examined in the light of ami compared with the increase of other industries, assume proportions of incal I'liliililu magnitude. Hardly a century nj4" tint entire gold production of thii country wax limited to thu output of the mine- of (icoria mid North Carolina, thu I'nllcil StateH uiiutsof Clinrlottcaud llahlnnega being then the iikihI import ant hranchuH inaintaineil hy the govern mcnl. Silver, ho far uh its being mined in tliu I'uited StatuN was concerned, was an unknown quantity. Coal and iron were first located in I'euiiHylvaiiia and UIiikIc Inland. Yearn followed before the Michigan copNtr range wiih exploit ed and the slag wiih trniisxirted to Kiig laud for treatment. I.cad wiih sitbic ipicnlly discovered near (ialeiia, Mis Hiuri. In 18111 the industry received the lout! looked for ini'tUH hy the discovery of gold in California, and In-fore thin west...

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. — 22 October 1902

Wednesday, October 22, 1902 THE SUMPThR MINER OFFICIAL RECORDS. The following instruments wore filed at the Baker county court house during the week ending Oct. 21, 1002. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. DKKII3. Oct 10, A I' Gnss A w( to A Mohr lot 13 blk 1 1 Sumpter 700 Oct 11, W A imn to W R Haw ley IliO acres in sec 0 tn 10 r 38 . 1 July 17, O R A X Co to Don C Per kins 280 acres in sec 17 A 20 tp8 r 30 . Oct 11, Don ('Perkins A w( to A F Waltz 80 acres in nee 17 tp 8 r :) 320 Oct 13, Tim Qnigley to A G Critch low lotn 8, t), 10 hlk 111 Paeillcad linker City 475 Oct 5, Tlieo Xeuhaiis A wf to Slary and- tauisc Neuhaus lots It to 10 hlk 10 McCrnrv ndn Raker Citv 1 Oct 15, A Xeuhergcr A wf to Eliza Geiser 125x130 ft in s w corner in Haskell hlk linker Citv 3500 Mch 18, A X Young & l t'o W C Jasper tract in sec 10 1 1 II r 45 . 2500 Oct 10, Kva M Copping & lid to A I K Vedder lot 15 blk 4Sunnysiile mill Suiupter ... 250 .h 18, Receiver to ( Juss I) .loliu son so!j sec 211 tp 7 r 1 1 10...

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. — 22 October 1902

IO THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday October 22, 1902 POINTERS ON PROSPECTING. Requires Both Scientific Knowl edge and Experience. Till) Kl'lll'HJM (if development of II llllll- cral region IciiiH with tlntt iiiiliHriHii lilc toller, lln prospector j tliu "Alad ilin," llic steel of whoso pick strikes the spark lliut limits, the lamp of discovery iiml reveals. Ilin iiuiiHTriiiH uoIcoikIiih tlitit urn f Hnri tiK nut their wealth of precious. iiii'IiiIh. .Miirh sympathetic truth Iiiim Im-cii written of the persevcrancu and endur unco of this liurily iiiilivlilinil, anil tho mciini results thut so often follow his efforts with thi'ir ntti'iiiliiiil privations iiml hardship. In tint days, aone, of "Ilin wild ami woolly wi'Hl," adventure added a spice to hin n-amli for treasure. Tin lie pr(ii'i'liir of today Ih a man of milder uiiitu. lit) Iiiih not stood Ht ill while thu world piorcM-od, hut Iiiih kept sicp with thu paco in (volution. HuIm no longer a mere illjjtfer in thu ".round, hut an oIi-...

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. — 22 October 1902

M Wednesday, October 22, 1902 THE SUMPTbR MINER I I TIMBER LAND, ACT JUNE 3, 1878, TIMBER LAND. ACT JUNE . i8t.-NOTICE TOR PUBLICATION. Timber Land, Act Junb , i8i8-noticb ior publication. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Timber Land, Act June ), i8j8-noticb for publication. United Sutti Una Office, I La Grande, Oregon, Aug. It, igot I Notice l hereby given that In compliance with the rrovlslonsol the act of congress of June j, 1878. en lltled "An act for the tale of timber lands In the States of California, Oregon, NevaJa, and Washington Territory, as extended to all the Public Un d Slates by act of August 4, 1891. RACHEL SHAVER, of Sumpter, county of Baker, state of Oregon, has this day filed In this office her sworn statement No. 1 (86, for the purchase of the s w H of section No. 6 In township No. to S., range No. 17 EWM, and will offer proof to show that the land sought Is more val uable for Its limber or stone than fot agricultural purposes, and to establish her claim to said land be f...

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. — 22 October 1902

COVERS THOROUGHLY THE GOLD FIELDS of the INLAND EMPIRE EASTERN INVESTORS IN OREGON MINES Pay for AND READ IT TALK OF THE TOWN. or two J. A. Howard returned a iluv ince from a trip to IVudlctoii. .M. N. Mallory hax returned to hii- Iioiiii' in tlilx city from hix I'iuu creek J placer. T. Frank Itcu, who formerly owned mining iroKrty in Ihlx tlint rict, hut Iiiih Ihm'ii in California for the iim year, ar rived here ycxtrrday. The lailieN of the Mcthodixt Kpixcopal church Hill givua iniiHlcal November 7, which prnmixcx to hti of a high order. The piogram uill Ihi nll IhImmI later. (!. A. Cray rode the goat at the K, of I'. lodge IuhI Friday livening. They ilo my that xtiay xhecp are xhfe now in the iciuity of the Victor Mining coniiaiiy'H property. A rural mail delivery route in now be ing oieratcd between Suiupter and Cahluvlllc, via llotirne. .Mail in deliver ed daily al all the imIiich, Contractor Kitchen lining the gnwruiiicul uguiit. The CarHulerH and JoinerH union of Similiter an...

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. — 29 October 1902

VOL. IV. WILL FIGHT THAT FOREST RESERVE DELEGATION TO PORTLAND OR GANIZE FOR BUSINESS. Senator Mitchell Promises to Secure for the People ol Eastern Oregon a Hearing Politics Involved Moody and His Brolber-in-Law Mixed up in Scrip Deal Williamson Implicated but May Ex tricate Himself Fighting Chance to Win. TI10 delegation of ten or a doen east ern Oregon mining, business mid profen sional men that went to Portland lunt weuk to make u personal protest to Sen utor Mitolu'll, just prior to hisdeparturu for the National Capital, uguiust thu lllue mouuluin forest reserve, Iiub re turned home. From member of thu delegation Tiik Minkh learns that Senator Mitchell nave attentive audience to thu protest unci promised to use Iiin influence to havu thu permanent creation of thu reserve de layed, until the citizens of eastern Ore gon can present their hide of the ruse, unanimously against thu -eserve, to the department. To put thu matter plainly, the whole proMsit!on has resolved itself Into t...

Publication Title: Sumpter Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 29 October 1902

THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday, October 29, 1902 the Friday mino is located. The Payette valloy !h of man's handiwork. While the noil hikI water were there liefore t!io dvent of man, difitribiition and arrange muni did not permit of production. Now agriculture carpets the valley, making for mining the tuoHt advantageous of all nuitfhlxirs. From KmiiH'tt to the Friday Ih a dis tance of eight miles, well graded and of fering the fluent facilitieH for hauling. One of the most iiiiportantunterpriseH holdttt. But Hn Nothing to Say to of Idaho is taking shape on the Pnyettu The Public Big Electric Power Plant river, north of Pearl. That Ih the great BelneConstrucled-OreBodlei Increase' ol,',,tri',lr plant heing Stalled to , , ,. . ,,.., cupplv the Htreet carHof HoIho with elec- In Extent and Value, With Depth- ,,,;.',.,., Vf aH w,. M , ,,,, ,, Other Good Mine, in Friday District. titlt.r ,.,t,.rprlHeH within a radiuH of 1 thirty or forty miles. A great plant in heing erected. What effect it ...

Publication Title: Sumpter Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 29 October 1902

Wednesday, October 29, 1902 THE SUMPTER MINER ' a " wwWrttMwaMiwwwi r a wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmt 1 . 1 , THERE ARE ONLY 25,000 SHARES OF FRIDAY STOCK LEFT TO BE SOLD AT 15 CENTS PER SHARE When this amount is sold the price will positively be advanced or stock withdrawn from the market entirely WE HAVE SECURED A STAMP MILL The machinery is now on the ground and will soon be ready to crush and reduce the Friday Ore. Upon the completion of the Stamp Mill, we will at once proceed to Mine and Mill the Friday Ore. Soon thereafter we will be able to commence paying REGULAR MONTHLY DIVIDENDS You all know about the Friday Mine. You know it is a good mine and will make II money for the stockholders." Bankers, II Brokers, Doctors, Attorneys, Merchants, I Mechanics, and others have invested in the Friday Mine. They have found, after in vestigating, both as to the value of the Friday and the honesty and integrity of its Directors and Management, that it is a le gitimate and high class investment. We c...

Publication Title: Sumpter Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 29 October 1902

THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday, October 29. 1902 The Sumpter Miner I'UMUXIO'O BVBKV weiMIMIMV T i W CONNF.I.LA Enlerea at llir pmiiiftlc In Sumpter, Oreajun, liir trantmlstlmi ilir'nigh Ihe mall as second class mitfee Slllltl VIIOION WATt- O 4 Vt S' Mnntht Al WY IN AIIVANCl' dent. In promulgating hiicIi a Ftate- TiikNkivm pulilirdied at Whitney for inent, without Hiving the minus of thu several uioutliH, Ihih linen uiovud to . alleged diidioneHt ininiiiK company, Unit) lliiurue, ami in improved liy tlielrrtiinfer, dixting toiHpit'Iou on all that are Helling t'iotih a good paper alwayN. 'I'IiIh h atnek, lie did thin lint riot more real In thu third paper thai Iium starved to jurythanawildc.it could poHHihly do. death at Wlnlney, the town that Ih ' Now, if Mr. Thatcher in on tin Npiare, owned hy the Mimpter Valley railway, , let lilin tell which company heconniderH lieralded at the terminiix uf the railroad I a wildcat, flfiirlug the ntliern from the anil dcHinc,, created, called into ex...

Publication Title: Sumpter Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 29 October 1902

Wednesday, October 29, 1902 THE SUMPTER MINER I A MINE THAT YOU I KNOW 3 I AM OFFERING STOCK IN THE t '''' GOLCONDA CONSOLIDATED I GOLD MINES COMPANY To raise sufficient funds to make certain additions to the present equipment of that admirable property. Briefly, it is proposed to do the following werk: 1 st. Install a new dep sinking hoisting plant; 2nd. Increase the stamp mill and reduction facilities; 3rd, Increase the water power to handle the new reduction plant, and also to furnish sufficient electric light, etc., and electric l , . power to run the drills, hoisting plant, etc. ' 4th. Put in a large cyanide plant. 5th. Do about five thousand feet more of underground work ' . ings, etc. 1 o do this work as it should be done, will require an expendi- . &t - ' .$.,, "' ture of several hundred thousands of dollars, and the sale of stock, " . .. ,.- which has been authorized by the Board of Directors, is to provide . the necessary funds, and for no other purpose. The merits of ...

Publication Title: Sumpter Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 29 October 1902

THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday, October 29, 1902 SOMETHING ENTIRELY NEW THE CONSTELLATION FIRST OF STOCK 31 I Constellation Gold P. O. Box TWO CLASSES OF INVESTORS Mining the Prime Favorite With Those of Moder ate Means. ThelO are t Mo great I'lllMU of illVOH- tort. The llrst embrace- n'iili of large means, who have Hiillk'iiml money for all dm iii-ivNi.irii'H and luxuries of lift', wh 1 (Mil cither put their money in gov ernment ImihI- tit three, percent intercut and tliereliy have sulticiciit income In gratify tlieir ta-tcs unil ambitious, or who run undertake gigantic enterprises on their own account. The second, and liyfitrtho largest class, comprise the uiilliimH of professional and salarcid men and women and those engaged in small ImiineHH pursuits. Thin class, in order to eventually titHteof life's luxuries, nitiHt seek Home very prnlltahle ineaiiM of hive-ling tlii'ir small earnings, Il in now a well known fact anions the money clas-ics, ami in fact amonn all cl.nsei, that mill...

Publication Title: Sumpter Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 29 October 1902

Wednesday, October 29, 1902 THE SUMPTER MINER THE OREGON MONARCH IS ONE OF THE COMING GREAT MINES OF THE NORTHWEST LET US TELL YOU WHY Oregon's Greatest Mine is the Red Boy Red Boy Ledges are Typical Fissures. Each of These Intersect the Oregon Monarch, Great Depth Can Be Attained Ore is Free Milling Gold Number of Proven Veins, Five .wl -. j '" Monarch Mineral Estate Has 200 Acres Ore Bodies Have Good Width and Values Not Highly Capitalized Stock Non-Assessable. An Honest Conservative Management Receives Endorsements of Best Mining Men. Crosscut Will Open Entire Property. Has All Indications of a Great Mine. DEVELOPMENT WORK UNDER FULL PROGRESS MANY HUNDRED FEET OF WORK HAS BEEN DONE HAS PASSED THE EXPERIMENTAL STAGE P eP e STOCK HAS ADVANCED TO 27 1-2 CENTS PER SHARE ilyiyL Send for Our New Prospectus, a Work of Art, Free. KILLEN, WARNER, STEWART CO. BANKERS AND BROKERS Postil Teleiraph Buifflinf. New York; SUMPTER, OREGON

Publication Title: Sumpter Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 29 October 1902

8 THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday, October 29, 1902 ADVANCE ADVANCE If you want to make an investment in a mitring enterprise, Investigate Ours. There is no system more fair and equal for all concerned than we have adopted. ADVANCE i YOU need not fear that the large interest will swallow up the small interest. All stand on the same footing and share alike in the product of the mine. Our company is conducted on the most eco nomical principles to insure goon returns. No man shall receive a salary unless he performs service beneficial to the company. Better pay two miners three dollars each for a day's labor than to pay six dollars for the services of a needless manager or superintendent. We can place you where the investment of a small amount of money will bring you large returns. We ask an opportunity of explaining to you our system of conducting a mining enterprise. We want to prove to you why and how we are bound to be successful. We want to tell you how to secure good mining stock at ...

Publication Title: Sumpter Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 29 October 1902

Wednesday, October 29, 1902 THE SUMPThR MINER FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SUMPTER Notice Received Monday That Charter Had Been Granted. Cashier Hoy II. Miller, of the Firat Bank of Smnptur, received a wire Mon day from Washington, I. C, atating that the treannry department had grant ed the churter for the Pint National Bank of Sotnpter. The First Hank of Sumpter will le merged into n national hnnk, under the abovo name. The Inuororator are J. II. Itobhiim, J. V. Seriber, It. H. Miller, K. W. Muel ler and X. C. Hlclmnln, who will also Ik) the directora. The ollieern of the new bunk will lie the mtme an of tluiold innti tution : J. II. HohbiiiH, prexident ; .'. W. Seriber, vice preHideiit; it. II. Miller, cashier. The capital clock will be f-5-, 000. Cunhior Miller kmjh the change will lie made in about two montliH, probably the lirttt of the new year. It will require nix weeks to print the currency and per fect the organization. Meson. Miller and Seriber are aleo intereHted in the Nationa...

Publication Title: Sumpter Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 29 October 1902

Wednesday October 29, 1902 IO THE SUMPTER MINER ACT JUNE 1. II). PUIUCATION. notice rei United Stale. I and oilier, i la (iranJr, Orrgon, clohrr , l'ioi. I Nntlcr Iv hrrrhy glvrn that In compllancr with lh provisions 11I thr act nf Crngrrtt ot Junr l, I878, rn IlllrJ "Ansel lor Ihr salr ol timber lanJs In the suits of California, Oregon, NevaJa anj Washing tun Territory," as estrnJrJ m all the I'nl'llc LanJ Mates by ad nl August 4, lUi. I I.WIS A. (iWINN. nl Maker .lt, counts 11I Maker, stair 11I Oregon, hat Hilt Jay lili'J In thlt nllicr hit sworn statement No tot. Inr Ihr purchase nl the I nts 1, a 1 At se nw, tw'f nri, n! ' ol Sec. No. 1 In Tp. No. ti S, R. No. (HI WM; and will utter prnol to shuw that thr land nought It nmrr valuable lor lit tlrnbrr or ttnne Itian for agricultural purpotrs. anJ to rttahllsh hit claim lo tald lanJ brtorr thr Rrglstrr anJ Rrcrlvrr ol this ntficr al Iji (iranJr, Oirgon, on Saturday, the 1 ttli Jay ol January, ink). Mr namrs at wllnettet lamrt llunl...

Publication Title: Sumpter Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 29 October 1902

Wednesday, October 29. 1902 THE SUMPThR MINER 11 Timber Land, Act Junb j, 1878 notice for publication. TIMBER LAND, ACT JUNES, 1878, NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Timber Land, Act June i. iM-noticb tor public won. Unite J State Land Office. I UGrande, Oregon, Aug. Is, igot ( Notice Is hereby given that in compliance with the provisions of the act of congress of June ). 1878. en titled "An act (or the sale ol timber Ian Js In the States of Catllornia. Oregon, Nevada, and Washington Territory," as extended to all the Public Land States by act ol August 4, 1891, RACHEL SHAVER, of Sumpter, county of Halter, state of Oregon, has this day filed In this office her sworn statement No. 1186, for the purchase of the 1 w ! ol section No. 6 In township No. 10 S., range No. 17 EWM, and will offer proof to show that the land sought Is more val uable for Its timber or stone than for agricultural fiurposes, and to establish her claim to said land be ore Charles H. Chance, U. S. Commissioner at Sumpter, O...

Publication Title: Sumpter Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 29 October 1902

12 JHE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday October 29, 1902 SINKING t ei t & ON THE GIPSY KING '! 4,1 S. 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. Tour ...

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