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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 18 March 1903

"'vas Wednesday, March 18, 190$ THE SUMPTER MINER n p sr ' OFFICIAL RECORDS. The following instruments wore filed at the Bnkor county court house during the week ending March 17, 1003. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. DEEDS. Nov. 22 T. J. Suddack to M. R. Hurdoy, H int in Homeatako and Homeatako No. 2 quartz claim and In N. "W. X of N. E. H Sec. 34 TTp. 7 R. 39 E; 80000. Jan. 21, '02 Ed Warflold and wife to Goo. E. Morris, 100 acres in Sees. 21 and 20 T. 7 R. 38 E; $100. March 11 T. B. Moore and wife to D. L. Wyatt, S. W. X S. E. X Seal 2 Tpp. 11 R. 41 E; 115. Dec. 4 H. E. MCullough and wife to F. McCullough, 80 acres in Sec 31 Tp. 7 R. 39 E; 12500. March 12 Geo. P. Cooper to Ed ward Sage, lotB 7 and 8 block A, Haines; 150. March 12 R. L. Nelson to M. S. Sturgiss, lot 3 blook 2 Sturges and Crowell adn to Baker City; $1. MBrh 12 L. M. Lock wood and -wifo to Frod Motzlor, lots 10, 17 and 18 block A, C. A. E. Smith adu to Baker City; 8325. March 10 C. M. Sastbam and lnisbaud to John B. Rogers, l...

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. — 18 March 1903

14 THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday, March 18, 1905 BONDED THE ELDORADO GROUP. H. MicCALLUM CO. SECURES CONTROL OF WELL KNOWN PLACERS. Operations to Start When Season Opens Reservoir Capacity to be Increased Hydraulics and Other Machinery to be Put in Company Ably Financed by Eastern Capitalists. Tho .1. II. MiicCiilluin romtmny, of HiIh city, Iiiih bonded tho oll known Cow Creek placer uIiiIiiih owned by the Kldnriidn Placer (Sold Mining coiiiiuiiiy. Tho bond mih iimdu .Mon day mid incliiiloH tho Kionp of Hie rich placer clalniH on Cow Cii'(k, to Wither with water rlithtH, dltchcH, KianlM, piping, etc. TIiumIocIc of tho i:idoiado eoinpaliy, h divided inlo riO(),(t()() nliaren and Ih Included Intact. Tin! pioperly Ih Infilled hIx iiiIIch ft inn l.ockhart, which Ih on tho .Siimpler Valley inilioiid. Tho Iho clalniH 1110 mm follew: Tho Nowbeny Placer claim, 1,500 feet in length; tho lladKer, 700; tho Sinoothlioie, 1,500; tho IIikIhoii, 1,500; tho Mainly llllen, :i,000. Incluileil In the Ha...

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. — 18 March 1903

Wednesday, March 18, 190$ THE SUMPTER MINER REDUCED RATES FROM THE EAST Commencing February 15 and con- tinuinu until April 30, there will be low- rates from the east via the Illinois Cen tral railroad to all Washington, Oregon and Idaho points. If any of your friends or relatives in the east are coining west whll.j these rates are in effect, give us "their namo and address, and we will make it our business to see that they are given the best possible service. We operate through personally conducted -excursion cars, and in fact give you the benefit of the latest conveniences known to modern railroading. We have fifteen different routes between the east and the west, and are in position to give you the benefit of the best combinations. Write us and we will give you full par ticulars. B. H. Trumbull, Com'l Agent III. Cent. Railroad. 142 Third Street, Portland, Ore. The celebrated Guild's "the beer of jjood cheer" always on draught at Dun phy'a The Club. Shoes of all kinds at Nelll Mer...

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. — 18 March 1903

COVERS THOROUGHLY THE GOLD FIELDS of the INLAND EMPIRE EASTERN INVESTORS IN OREGON MINES Pay for AND READ IT ' COMMENDATION FOR THE MINER. Stand Against Cut Rate Brok ers Heartily Endorsed by Prominent Concerns. Heatllo, March III, UIO.'I. HU.MITKH MINKIt, Hiimptor, Ore., Dear Hlr: All no Operator Ah Houinllon, ul ii meeting of thai body in Heal lie, March I lth, piiHHd tho followlliK rcHiilntlon and liiHtructed tlio Moorotury to forward a ropy to your iiiiir, and ill ehtirofiil compl i nni'i) thtirmvith I herewith oiicIoho tho Kiiino. "KohuIvimI, Tiiat tho Minn Opera tor AriHociatioii of Scattli) heartily Indoi'H'H tlio recent, editorial appear I n in tho colliiiunK of your paper denouncing the cut rate broker and IiIh inethodn, anil hereby exprenMert IIh appreciation of tlio elTortH of youiH ami 11 few other mining journalH, to iloHtroy tlio pernlelouH practice of thino paraniteH on leultl inate minion. "Tlu nonrotary in iimtrm'tod to forward 11 copy of IIiIh rcHolutiou to yourpaj...

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. — 25 March 1903

VOL. IV. SUMPTER, OREGON, MARCH 2$, 190J. NO. 29. FUSE ORE BODY AT HIGHLAND MINES. Crosscut Has Entered Vein Some Ten Feet Without Any Sign of Encountering Op posite Wall Development Work Being Pushed. Ad intimated in THE MINER an issue or so back, the ledge on the Glasgow property, owned by the Highland Gold Mines company, Neil J. Sorensen A Company, financial agents, has been struck, making a good showing of high grade ore. The crosscut has now entered the rein some ten or twelve feet, expos ing a fine ore body. The opposite wall has not yet been encountered, and indications are that there will be mauy feet to go before it will. The surface exposures Indicate a rein anywhere from ten to forty feet. Samples show n good quality of milling ore, practically the same as found in the North Polo, Columbia, E. & E., tbo miuo being located in tho same mother lodo system. The company, however, is making no definite announcements in this particular. It states that it prefers to wait unti...

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. — 25 March 1903

THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday, March 2$, 1903 IS u GOLCONDA TO PAY DIVIDEND Books Will Close April This Purpose. 1 For NOTIFICATION MADE. of tlio company to exhaust rich individual oro nliootn to tho detriment of ueneral development work. Tho plan Iiiih been thorough and HyHtomatlo development, and all tho money tho mine Iiiih earned up to tho fircHont haw been applied to this end. The property 1h one of tho heHt de veloped in tho district and in now on a payliiK ImhIh. Tho biKh grado oro Ih now beiiiK racked and a Hhlpmout will he ready In a nhort time. Uodcntood Tiut Payment Willf'Amouot to Onc-Hilf Cot Sbr Pfio of Company to Make Big Mine Thor ough and Systematic Development Work Every Prom lie to Stockholders Made Good Fine Plant in Operation. It hat been known in mining circle for tho pant week or ten day that (lolconda Hold M Inert company would diHilarn a dividend April 1, lint tho olllclul aniioiinceiiient , hiih not made until Thurwlay, when PruHhlont O. H. Wade, of Poudletou...

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. — 25 March 1903

Wednesday, March 25, iqoj THE SUMPTER MINER I Be Deliberate, Be Thoughtful & Yet Act Promptly. $ zx s Upon Your Prompt and Early Action Often Depends the Price at Which You Nay Secure a Good Investment. The Second Allotment of Stock of the Highland Gold Mines Company Is Now Being Offered to Investors on Ground Floor Terms. SIX (6) CENTS PER SHARE $30 WILL BUY 500 SHARES; $60 WILL BUY 1000 SHARES; $300 WILL BUY 5000 SHARES. S u oro feoi SITUATION The properties of the HIGHLAND UOLD MINES COMPANY, consisting of twelve claims, (240 acres) and known locally as tho KNAPP GROUP OF MINES, are situated on tho famous MOTHER LODE system of the Sumpter District, in Baker County, State of Oregon, and on the great Elkhorn divide at the head waters of Rock Creek flowing to the east and Cracker Creek flowing to the west, through that now renowned Cracker Creek District of Eastern Oro gon, where are situated upon the MOTHER LODE system the North Pole, E. & E., Columbia and Uolconda Mines, k...

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. — 25 March 1903

THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday, March 2190$ 1 T v Th 1 imnlpr Mirier Amuljinmatcd company, of Moutimii MIC J) UNI JJl CI I UNCI wnH ,rHt wlth ?70!))43o; ArlKom PumiiHtn cvrnv Wednesday nr JAMES LOOIE T. G. OWVNNi:, EOITOK Enttrta at th potto (tic In Sumpter, Oregon, for tr.ntmltOon through the m.ll it ttconJ cl,t n.ti.r. Oni Yen ... Sl Month. SUHSCVIPTION HATES ALWAYS IN ADVANCE. .ft.oo BUMPTKIt iiimmIh moro iIwoIIIiikh, moro lniHtiiuKH property. Kvou now It Ih uoxt to lmpoririiljlo to rout property, mid this Ih ilHinilly accounted h dull hoiihoii of tint your. "Between liny and kthm, " iw tlio old naying Kooh Ih iilwayH a dull Unit. TIiIh loaviiH onii thn coiicIiihIoii that UiIiikh will bo koIiik "t a pretty brink pace WllOII KVIIHH OCIMITH. MKXICO Ih tindorKoliiK a ureal commercial awakening, and American capital Ih Htoadlly Hooking liiviwtuioiit. OiiIhIiIo of tin) American capital In vented In riillwnyH.tho mining iudiiHtry zona Copper wan nccond, 81501, r04, and Quinoy, of Michigan...

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. — 25 March 1903

Wednesday, March 25, 1905 THE SUMPTER MINER &XWaMWWWMto t V If you will plve us just n few min utes of your valuable timo we will briefly set forth the Merits and Future Possibilities of Our Property. We know we have a splendid Busi ness Proposition, and believe we are rendering good service in spreading the Untinted Facts before you. We wish we had an hour to talk the mat ter all over with you; better still, we should like to take you to our Property and show you every Foot of Gold Bearing Ground. Since these are impossibilities, for the present at least, we kindly ask you to listen to our story. i We are an Incorporated Body, known as the OLD ARRA8TRA GOLD MINING COMPANY. The Capitalization has been fixed at One Million Dollars, Divided into One Million Shares of the Par Value of One Dollar Each. One half of this stock has been Reserved as Treasury Stock, the sale of whloh will provide ample funds to Further Exploit the Property and Purchase the Necessary Machinery to make it ...

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 March 1903

w THE SUMPTER MINhR Wednesday, March 25, iqo? v c (D a 0 0 bD c c fc: Forest Mining Conopany STORM KING GROUP Your attention is called to the fact that this stock was placed on the market at 10 cents per 'share. It is now 1$ cents per Share. We will further inform you that the Storm King Group is pro ducing richer ore as the work progresses, so it will be only a short time till the price will again be raised. We do not need very much money to place the mines on a self-sustaining basis; so do not delay, buy now before the next advance. Come and see our mines: then you will realize the importance "of grasping'the opportunitywe'rrow" offer toyou. --.v. ...-. Write for Reports and Prospectus of this great group of mines. 0 - (D (I) ...Advance Mining Co... FISCAL AGENT Lock Box F Sumpter, Oregon ROOMS 6 AND 8 GOSS BANK BUILDING -gs n 0 0 3 v Q) 3 Forest Mining Company WEST SUMPTER LAND INVOLVED. Action to Settle Title to Prop erty Including Some Ten Acres Now Pending. An action Involving...

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 March 1903

Wednesday, March 25, 190 THE SUMPTER MINER THERE IS GOLD IN THIS TUNNEL FOR YOU fcsjF tt?P ?F tSfr1 tF F tsF cF m i tS& & i& i& i& t& t& THE MAGNOLIA IS A MINE It is equipped with a complete modern 10-stamp mill. No company in the state has better buildings, boarding and bunk houses, barns, shops, etc. These improvements cost $50,000. There is over 1700 feet of workings on the vein. The tunnels are connected by up raises. The lower level is in over 700 feet, having a vertical depth of 400 feet. There is blocked out. and on the dumps ore worth more than $joo,ooo, with an aver age value of eleven dollars a ton in gold, which is increasing every foot gained in depth. THE MAGNOLIA WILL PAY DIVIDENDS IN 1903 1 $50,000 is needed, with which to double the mill-capacity and put in a cyanide plant, which will place the property on a dividend paying basis. There are no "ifs or ands," conditions or contingencies qualifying this statement. It is as sure and certain a...

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 March 1903

THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday, March 25, 190 CRACKER CRADLE TO PUSH WORK. wo could rent them In no time. "Investors aro beginning to realize that thin in a profitable Hold, and a good many buildingH are going up, The J. H. MacCallum but not onough to supply the de mand. It Ih Hafo to guarantee a re turn of twenty to twenty-flvo per cent on an investment of this kind. Whilo mining Is attracting so much attention from outside capitalists, thin in a proposition which should not bo overlooked." Well Known Group Will be Developed in Short Time and Later Mill Put in. 8 v Tk) Crnckur Cradle Oolil Milling company, rocontly organized, com poHod liirfioly of Milwaukoo pooplo, will IjorIu operationa in u abort timo. Tho oompHiiy Iihh just, issued Hh proHpootiiH. Tho capital stock in $1,000,000, divided into 1,000,00 HhuroH, of $1 ohcIi, fully paid and non.uHHOriMahlo or non-forfoltalilo. Ovur half, or (100,000 Hharo.-t, of tho captlal atook rook Into tho troaHiiry, and can I mi iimimI only for d...

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 March 1903

Wednesday, Match a 5, 190$ THE SUMPTER MINER SUMPTER DISTRICT IS ALL RIGHT. Northwest Investor Summar izes Situation Here Big Paying Properties. started at onco. It is to be completed In about thrlty days. The Northwest Investor, of Tacoma, a publication devoted largely to the mining interests, has the following to say of the Sumpter district : The Sumpter district in Oregon has done more for the development of good producing mines than any other district in the Northwest. The North Pole has a depth of 1, 400 feet, la paying 910,000 a month, and is chiefly owned by the Baring Brothers, of London. The Columbia mine, largely owned by the people of Minneapolis and Minnesota, pays 950,000 per month regularly, and paid 9480,000 in dividends In 1002. The Bonanza pays 945,000 monthly and Is largely owned in Pittsburg and Philadelphia. The Red Boy Is not paying divid ends on common stock, but it has earned the mines an amount of money, which has boon used in supplying the mines with the fln...

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 March 1903

r 10 THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday, March 2, iooj 1 EASTERN CAPITAL FOR OLYMPIA GROUP Michigan People to Develop Property on Large Scale T. W. Davidson Makes Deal. future, wnen ir tney would select a homo, while tbo opportunity remains, they would bare a place to go in their old age. Oregon citizens should not throw away thU oppor tunity that will soon be beyond their reach. Every day's delay is that much lost. Portland Journal. claims with These claims the Sunset, tional, (ho HOMESTEADS GETTING SCARCE. Ottgoa Cillzcni Should Noi Throw Away Ihc Opportunity. Tlu mutter cannot bo too persis tently improved upon tho citlcus of Oregon that hoiuos'oads ami Umber claims in this ht lit 01110 getting scarce; that it Kivut tide of immi gration Is (lowing into tho I'liuutry: that tho now Mot tier mo taking up claims; (hut they will kooii all Ik culled over, ami that iimiiy a citizen of Oregon will havo cause to regret not having availod himself of hU homestead and Milliter laud rights. These la...

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 March 1903

Wednesday, March a$, iqo? THE SUMPTER MINER 1 1 A PROMISE FULFILLED THE GOLCONDA'S IMPROVEMENTS NEARLY COMPLETED &dt L w ,,..-? NCD39I AU 1 .it i! )'. jf t'4J iJ W HEN THE GOLCONDA CONSOLIDATED HOLD JUNES COMPANY inado its promise to investors hist fall, it Intended to live up to them. When this com puny put itself on record mid wild "WE WILL," It iriennt to do thoso thlugs and IT HAS FULFILLED THESE r . . , PROMISES. Never has the Investing publlo hnd h better opportunity of putting money into a first-class mining proposition thnn that offered by the GOLCONDA. From u rich miuo needing improvements It has boon evolved Into a great initio already entering upon its period of GREATER PRODUCTION. WHAT THE GOLCONDA CONSOLIDATED GOLD MINES COMPANY HAS DONE It in not what a com puny promises that counts; it is what it does. Tho (iolcondn Cousolidutod Gold Mines Company does not come before investors now with merely what it will do. It can toll what It HAS DONE, v Tho Milling Platit is ...

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 March 1903

THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday. March 25, 190J 12 REPORT ON ARTESIAN BASINS. Prof. Russell of Geological Sur vey Discusses Subject Affect ing Large Areas in West. lu a Preliminary Report on Artesian Hasina Id Southwestern Idaho and no utheasteru Oregon, Water-Supply and Irrigation Paper No. 78, now in prewi, United States Geological Survey, Prof. 1. C. Russell discusses a subject of great Intercut ai affecting large ureas of private aud public lauds in the Went. The region embraced Include), In a general way, the Snake River Plainit, Idaho, aud large portions of Malheur aud Harney counties in Oregon. Within this region four artesian basins are neted: the Lewis or Snake River basin, lying In both Idaho and Oregon ; the Otis artesian basin, in Otln valley, about six miles north of Drewsey ; the Harney artesian basin, lu the broad valley In which llo Malheur and Harney lakes; and the Whitehorso artesian basin, situated about 10 miles east of the higher portion of Stein Mountain all three ...

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. — 25 March 1903

Wednesday, March 2$, 1905 THE SUMPTER MINER 1 OFFICIAL RECORDS. The following instruments were filed at the Baker county court house during the week ending March 17, 1903. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. DEEDS. Oct. 12 U. S. A. to Chas. Taylor, ICO acres In Sec. 5 Tp.10 R 38 E. March 20 Chas. Taylor aud wife to Wm, Kitchen, same as last; $200. t Aug. 12, '02 Arnat Loennig and wife to J. I. Meyers, COO acres iu Sees. 1 and 12 Tp. 8 R. 38 E;and Sec. 7 Tp. 8 R. 30 E; 815,000. Sep. 10, '00 Jos. Palmer and wife to W. V. Durgan, lot block 2 Wlllovaleadn to Baker City; 850. June 21, '02 Jas. Simmonis et al to Mary Simmonis, 23 acres in Sec. 22Tp. OR. 45 E; $1. ? March 14 J. S. Culbertson and wife to J. O. Maxwell, east 05 feet lots 1, 2 and 3 block D, Haines; 1500. March 21 Llzzio Woods and hus band to Perry Baisloy., 44 acres ' iu Sec. 25 Tp. 8 R. 30 E; 8000. A. W. Ellis aud wlfo to S. H. Jackson, 2 acres iu Sec. 32 Tp. 0 S., R. 37 E; 8200. April 18, '01 John Jackson to S. H. Jackson, 100x220 foot...

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. — 25 March 1903

wuwmimmr jpn'mfinva wFr 4 THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday, March 25. iqoj i .- 4 lit V SUMPTER BANKS DOUBLE BUSINESS. GREAT ACTIVITY ALONG ALL LINES OF INDUSTRY. Spring Opening up With Every Promise ol a Ruining Season Great Influx ol Capital Scarcity ol Houses and Bull ous Property Situation Better Than Ever Before. bor until the HpriiiR opens up. These uro jiiHt now beginning to iniiku prupurutioiiH to resume work. If the volutno of IiuhIiichh in Sumpter, at it very connorviitlvo estimate has doubled thin curly in (ho kchhou over tho name period lust year, thoqustion uriHi'H, whut will it bo when thiiiKH Kot in full hwIuk Inter on? The IwnkltiK business Ib double, in volume today what it wan for tho Mttno time last year, in tho statomout authorized by tho clty'H two bankH, aud tho various mercantile houHea Ix-ar out this atatomeut; Home oven atwortliiK that their business 1b five times better. The progress aud proBpority of Bumptor, and tho dovelopmeut of tho mineral resources of tho ...

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. — 25 March 1903

Wednesday, March 2;, .90$ THE Si'MPTER MIN'F.P 1? HIGH OPINION OF SUMPTER. Most Promising Gold Field in the Northwest, Says R. H. Clarke, of Spokane. The Sumpter district Is the most promising gold field in tho northwest, according to Roy II. Clark, E. M., of Spokane, who is back from a professional trip there, where he ex amined tho Cougar, controlled by J. W. Larkln, Darid Evans and C. P. Hole, of Spokano. Cyrus Bradloy and W. A. Hartmau of Spokano, have been negotiating for tho sale of the property to New York people. The deal is still pending. Said Mr. Clarke yesterday: "For legitimate mining invest ments in gold properotlos I know of 0 better section than that in tho Blue mountains of custom Oregon. Occupying an area 1.10 miles long by 40 miles wide, tho greater part of which is liuoxplored, well watered and timbered and surrounded by rich agricultural soctious, this section is beginning to attract tho attention itj dosorves from mining men. Overi 9100,000,000 in placer gold, c...

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. — 25 March 1903

COVERS THOROUGHLY THE GOLD FIELDS of the INLAND EMPIRE EASTERN INVESTORS IN OREGON MINES Pay for AND READ IT MILL FOR THE COLDEN WIZZARD Machinery to Be Installed This Summer. The (iolden Wizard company is getting bids on the mill which 1b to 1m) installed on the property some time this summon Meant. Clark aud Frary, of Michigan, among the leading stockholders, who were here laHt week, Btopfxtd in Salt Lake City on their way home, , to make arrangements for purchasing the necessary mHchluery. Superintendent J. M. MoPhco, hitH jtiHt received a letter from a Salt Lake tlrm auk lug certain data in regard to Hpecif icatiotiH etc. Tiie information wrh forwarded yeBteniay. It Is proponed to put in a plant of at leant 100 tout) capacity, aud it Ih stated that it will more than likely bo from 200 to 300 tons, Imt whether it will bo stamps or rolltt Iiiih not yet been definitely decided upon. From average samples from tlfteen wicks of ore, assayed by Kobblus & Kobbiut), of tlilH city, va...

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