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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 18 October 1899

THE SUMPTER MINER. Vol. i. SUMPTER, OREGON, OCTOBER 18, 1899. NO. 6. I u J? I 4 a BRICK BLOCK 200 FT. FRONT Townslte Syndicate and D. Wilson Sign Contracts. SOUTH MILL STREET. Modem Hotel 100 by 100, of Three Stor ks, WO! be Butk.-A BmImm Block 90 by 100, Two Storied-Portion of Busk Block to be Fukked Tbk Season. Another Brick Yard. Wkh a , Capacity of 20JOOO a Day, Called Into FeTJltCiVfi VA week ago today the Sumpter Town site syndicate signed contracts with David Wilson to build a' brick block with a front-' age of 203 feet, half of the block to be two stories and the other half three stories high. Mr. Wilson Is an Interesting character, deriving his Interest principally from the fact that he Is a phenomenon, so faras en terprlse and energy and Intelligent effort In mammoth undertakings ls concerned. And his specialty seems to be in the build ing line. He it was who led the people some years since who believed in a great future for Tacoma, and then showed his faith in the town by...

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. — 18 October 1899

Wednesday, October 181899. THE SUMPTER MINER. SUMPTER WINS 'PRIZE H J 1 K . -1 t Jj AWARDED GOLD MEDAL AT THE SPOKANE FAIR. Bat DttrJd ExWbtt, Whh 100 CotnpcU-ton-Oregon Talus Third Priw in State Contat F. R. Mellfe Gctt Three Pint Prim. As Tim MINER predicted last week would be the case, the Sumpter district mineral exhibit at the Spokane (air won the first prize, a gold medal. Buffalo Hump was awarded the second prize and Houndry creek, British Columbia, the third. There was but one other gold medal awarded, which was for the best state or province exhibit, which was given to Washington, British Columbia taking second and Oregon third prize. Of these awards, the Spokesman-Review says: "The awards have all been made in the mineral department of the exposition. The judges were Professor Henry l.nndes, of the Washlnton State University, Seattle; Professor S. Shedd, School of Science, Pullman: Dr. A. S. Miller, Idaho State University, Moscow. They worked hard all day yesterday, and co...

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. — 18 October 1899

I tl Wednesday, October 18, 1899. THE SUMPTER MINER. 3 BIG MINING DEAL. l WE BUY ALL OUR GOODS WHOLESALE AND W Reported Sale of the Red Boy : and North Pole. UJ IN CARLOAD LOTS RETAIL -1 t It ts again reported, this time on appa rently good authority, that the Red Boy mine has been sold.- The details of the deal are not given, further than that Mr Godfrey, one of the owners, who has been InXondon for some time past, has finally accomplished the object of his trip there, consummating the sale to English capital ists for $3,000,000. It Is generally be lieved here that two millions were re fused for this property some months since, so the three million dollar proposition re ceives general credence. Coupled with this report of the sale of the Red Boy, Is another to the effect that Mr. Godfrey has also placed the North Pole with an English syndicate for $900, coo. Both are said to be bona fide sales, which is very probable, s the mines are sufficiently developed to demonstrate their perm...

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. — 18 October 1899

Wednesday, October 18, 1899. THE SUMPTER MINER. THE SUMPTER MINER. Published Every Wednesday by C. H. MARSH and J. W. CONNEI.LA, Enured at th pntlofTict In Sumptr, Orrion, lor trnmllon through Ihr mail at atcond cla ftHllff. (nt Yrar M Month SUHSCMII'TION RATES. "t ALWAYS IN ADVANCl. ff.uo t.ts LESS than two months since the writer w;u Infermed: "The substantial men of this town and district don't want a boom and we are not going to have one." But "we" are, just the same. -1 jj IT WOULD seem, then, thjt t litre really IsnSumpter mining district'. It "received official recognition at the Spokane fair by winning the first prize, a gold medal, from 100 competitors, for the best mineral exhibit. THERK is a baker in Raker City named Maker. This juxtaposition of the word ought to be a trade winner and the owner of the name and bakery seems to realize its value as an advertising dodge but this Is not one of his dodges. ' Till: men In charge of the eastern Ore gou mineral exhibit at the Spo...

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. — 18 October 1899

Wednesday, October 18, 1899. THE SUMPTER MINER. m ? A 4rV. . feU'' . r r? . ci- ; ffliV' T1V ' pj- (? V -4 V DIADEM ISA "DAISY." Galena Ore Carries Much Lead and Over $400 in Gold. 4aav.. George M. McDowell, who had been In and around Sumpter for a' week, left for his home In Portland Friday. Before leaving, he secured from General War s' ren an Interest In the Diadem mine, lo cated about a mile from the Banzette. He will place this property with some Port land capitalists, who, together with Gen eral Warren and himself,, will develop It this wlnterjthe present Intention being not to stock it. The gentleman examined the property Wednesday, anil returned enthusiastic over the prospect. Two shafts have been sunk, one ten or fifteen feet deep and the other ten or fifteen. ,ln the former the vein has widened from six to thirty Inches. The ore is of a variety rarely seen in this district, being a galena that carries from j forty to seventy per cent 'lead, and in a dozen assays from $10 o...

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. — 18 October 1899

Wednesday, October 18, 1899- THE SUMPTER MINER. COUNTY RECORDS. Instrument Filed with the Official t the Court Houie. The following Is the record of official business transacteJ at the county seat of Raker county for the week ending Mon Men day: HEAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. Warranty deed Sept 23, P Wyatt et ux to O R Robinson, w ',i of nw and se i of nw X "" 27 tp 10 s, r 40 e 2400 Warranty deed Sept u, Wm West to James C Young, s of lie ,U and s i nw i sec 2 tp 12 s, r 36 east 3j Warranty deed Oct 11, Rosa Mc- ' Uutit et vir to Hardin W Estes, lots 8 and 9 blk 3, Sturges & Crowell's add, Baker City 1 loo Warranty deed Oct 7, James Shaw et al to JE Dlshman,lot 2 sec 5 tp 14 s, range 45 e 5o . Warranty deed Sept 20, J T York et ux to J E Dorsett et ux, lots 3, 4 and 5 blk J, UeRoo's add, haKer City 700 Warranty deed Oct 7,AH Church to E C WIcKersham, lot 3. blk 8, 1 Levens add, Baker City 500 1 Warranty deed Dec 22, '8 Jas l.vnn et ux to II A Kriivon. lot 1 ! blK N, Place's add, Baker ...

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. — 18 October 1899

Wednesday, October 18, 1899. THE SUMPTER MINER. IV ATTRACTIVE DISPLAY. " '4 Eastern' Oregon Minerals Sim' - prise all -Beholders. . The most attractive mineral display at the exposition is the collection of nuggets from the various eastern Oregon placers. Among the number we noted from the Humboldt placer one which Carried twelve ounces of gold. From Susanville there was a smaller nugget of almost solid gold, valued at f6o, with other line ores from the Yankee Boy and the placer property of Colonel Panting, near Robin sonville. Among the large collection of tine specimens iWhich Mr. Mellls exhibits from eastern Oregon mines are some very rare ones, as a large piece of lime spar thickly threaded -with wlregold, which was found in the Great Northern mine In that section. From the Dagget diggings is a large nuggeTshowhig more gold than quartz, with a magnificent specimen of leaf gold from near Roblnsonvllle. ' The entire display of eastern Oreenn would attract attention anywhere.with i...

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. — 18 October 1899

8 THE SUMPTER MINER. Wednesday, October 18, 1899. TALK OF THE TOWN. H. G. Wood lias returned from Can yon City. Miss Buruap, of Centralla, Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Copping. I. rlopp, owner of the Ajax, is in Sumpter for a few days. W. W. Looney and Joe Mlckel took In the Spokane fair last week. Two carloads of mains for the Sumpter water works have arrived. Or. Tape Is out at his mine this week, superintending development work. Mrs. Mollle Doau and Miss Frankie Britten left yesterday to attend the Port land fair. H. J. Jory returned yesterday from a trip into the hills, where he went to ex amine a mine. I-'. E. Hrockman, bookkeeper for W. C. Calder, was joined here by Ills wife and children this week. Dr. G. W. McConuell was here Satur day on porfesslonal business. He went out as far as Granite. N. C. Richards has been appointed at torueyforthe Sumpter Towusitesyndfcate. Mrs. Kichards has arrived from Tacoma. J. H. I.eland returned last evening from the Gnu of the Mountains mine, wh...

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 October 1899

rtni fl '" r1 1 THE SUMPTER MINER VOL. I. SUMPTER, OREGON, OCTOBER 29, 1899. NO. 7, $ M MINES NEAR SUMPTER QUARTZ LOCATIONS WITHIN A HALF MILE OF TOWN. 'Three Cent" Hill all Staked Out In the Put Few Days Large Body of Ore Discovered About Two MUct From Town Not Improbable That Bonanzas May be Uncovered. It is not claimed that any great bonanza has been discovered, but during recent weeks a number of promising mining lo cations have been made within three quarters of to three miles of Sumpter. Out on the Granite road about two miles from town, what appears to be a large body of ore has been discovered and tiled on. The ledge can be traced several hundred feet on the surface. Several shafts have been sunk, from five to fifteen feet, and all encounter mineralized rock, carrying from four to twenty-eight dollars in gold. It is mostly free milling, but some refractory ore has been found "frozen" to the wall rock. The ledge is from twenty to thirty feet In width. This find looks good. Th...

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 October 1899

I THE SUMPTER MINER. Wednesday, October 2t;, 1897. f 1 BUTTE PEOPLE IN SUMPTER. W. F. Cobban Tdls InterMounUin of SumpUr'i Boom. W. I:. Cobban lias returned from a bus iness trip to Sumpter.Uie mining district of Oregon, and Is In possession of a fund of Information concerning the place. He says the town contains about 1200 per sons and every Ingoing train Is full. Ev erythlng Is being run wide open. The mines arc located In the Hlue mountain range about six or ten miles from the town, and are wonderfully rich In gold, the predominating metal. All the work Is being done by tunnel. Mills containing 10 and 40 stamps each, Mr. Cobban says, are being built in the district. So far the Golcouda mine, owned by English & Son, has been the best producer. In de veloping It a pocket of gold ore was struck at the zoo-foot level and from It Mb.ooowas extracted In sixty minutes. Some of the rock was not rock It was solid gold. Mr. Cobban further says many Iltittc men are In the district and s...

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 October 1899

Wednesday, October 25, 1899. THE SUMPTER MINER. EIGHT RESIDENCES. wsmsnmswim&missm Will Soon Be Built on Aus tin Street. WE BUY ALL OUR GOODS IN CARLOAD LOTS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL IS A V The Sumpter Townslte company has made a good deal with Contracter J. H. White good for the syndicate, the con tractor and the town. Mr. White has taken the concract to grade Austin street east from Mill, situ ated south of the railroad track, and will receive lots In payment for the work. On these lots he will build without delay eight dwelling houses. The work of grading the street, which runs through the syndicate's first addition, will be commenced Immediately. As soon as this is finished the houses will be erected. A few more transactions like this will give temporary relief to Sumpter's greatest need at present. ANOTHER "MOTHER LODE." Claims to Have Been Discovered Five Miles From Canyon City. Since our last publication the News of fice has been favored with a call from L. L. Hill, a veteran...

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 October 1899

THESUMPTER MINER. Wednesday, October 2?, 1899. i The Sumpter Miner u I'lllLISIII'l) EVIMV UIIIM.MMV IIV II. MARSH ami J. W. CON NULLA , Onr Vmi , M Atnnlht ; vjiiSCdl'tlON Mil i ALWAVS IN MIVASCI'. .fs.cn il.JJ .. GENERAL WARREN'S designation of Maker Clly as "Sumpter Juiictfiin" is liable to stick. EVERV mining joumul. which comes to this office has made iiicntfoii of the Sump ,ter district winning the first prize hi the mineral exhibit at the Spokane' fair. This Whole section of country is receiving a vast amount of advertising as a result, and of a kind that no amount of money could buy. PAPERS published in towns near The Dalles are commenting rather freely and unfavorably on the alleged fact that some of the "society girls" of that town took a drop too much when the Minnesota troops stopped there recently for a feed, and "Hobsonlcd them until they wrre black In the face," says one paper. It Is not made clear,' however, whether the criticism Is aimed at tile old, old story of a d...

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 October 1899

Wednesday, October 2, 1899. THE SUMPTER MINER. $ - '.If SUMPTER HAS A BANK. In Temporary Quarters Until Brick Block is Built. The First Bank of Stimpter Is open for business. Friday the directors elected these of ef ficers: J. H. Robbins, president; J. W. Scrlber, vice-president; J. W. Mead, cash ier. The directors are R. H. Miller, Clark Snyde and the above named officers. The local stockholders, besides Messrs. Mead and Snyde, are H. Sloan, Thomas McEwen, Postmaster Kahler, Mike Lynch, J. B. Stoddard, J. G. Council and W. W. Looney. Messrs. Scrlber, Robbins and Miller are from La Grande; J. Frank Watson, another stockholder, lives in Portland. The bank has bought the corner lot, 25 by too feet on Center and Granite, which was originally leased for the purpose, pay ing therefor $2700. This Is the highest price yet paid for Sumpter realty. At first this property was leased for a period of ten years, at a montly rental of $25, but for some reason or other the deal fell through. A two...

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 October 1899

:j 4 THE SUMPTER MINER. Wednesday, October 21?, 1899. COUNTY RECORDS. Instrument Filed with the Official! at the Court Houtc The following Is the record of official business transacted at the county seat of Baker county for the week ending Mon day: HKAL liSTATIi TRANSFERS. Warranty deed-May 2i,'85,A Kick burch to C J Smith, trustee, setf ne sec 13 tp 14 s, r 44 e; sw ( iiw X and nw sw sec 18, tp Us, r 45 c 1 Warranty deed Dec 22, '08, J riynn et ux to Maine A Kenyon, lot 1 blk N, Place's add, Hakcr City I Warranty deed July 15, '83, J H Huntington et ux to R E O'Hrlen et ;il, trustees, w nw and n i se ,' sec 13 tp 14 s, rl e Warranty deed May 27, '85, G B Nllsou et ux to CJ Smith,trustce, sc X nw H and ne ( sw i sec 18 tp 14 s, r 4$ e Warranty deed Sep 20. AH Weav er to I. H Levee et al,iots 7 and 8 blk 3, Sumptcr Heights add, Suinpter Warranty deed Sep 15, H Griffin et ux to Jas Stewart, lot 4 blk I, Mill add, Suinpter Warranty deed July 1, A W Ellis et ux to Mrs H Griffin, same Wa...

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 October 1899

Wednesday, October 25, 1899. THE SUMPTER MINER. TELEGRAPH SERVICE. CONNECTION.W1THUTHR OUT.ER WORLD SECURED. . Inland Telephone Company Will Put Telegraph Instruments in the Sumpter , Office in a Few Days. Its Long Dist ance Wire to Connect With the Postal Telegraph Lines. While In Portland last week, W. C. Calder closed a deal with the Inland Tel ephone company, whereby Sumpter will secure in a-few days telegraph, connections with the outer world. ' The plan Is to put In telegraph Instru ments here and -use the company's long distance wires for transmission of dis patches. The Inland Telephone company sustains "cordial business relations with the Postal Telegraph company, and the business of the former originating in Sumpter will be delivered to the latter. The two companies have offices In Port land, Spokane, several Intermediate points and In all important towns on the Pacific coast, so there will be no difficulty In getting a wire Jq any desired point. The Sumpter,Townsite syndi...

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 October 1899

8 THE SUMPTER MINER. Wednesday, October 2j, 1899. TALK OF THE TOW. Wesley Warren arrived In town today. Madame Britten left for Baker City to day on a business trip. W. C. Calder returned yesterday from a flying business trip to Portland. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McEwen re turned Sunday from Portland, where they went early last week. The Sumpter Hardware company Is put ting on a cornice and otherwise Improving the front of Its store building. H. Finger has leased Healy's hall and Is having it divided into rooms, which he will rent for sleeping apartments. H. J. Jory, of the Northwestern Assay office, returned last evening from a two days' examination of mines in the Gran ite district. A. W. Bills put in some days on Puget Sound last week. He, Mrs. Hills and Miss Spalding are expected home today or tomorrow. H. H. Frit, who Is In Spokane, Inter esting capital In the establishment of sampling works In Sumpter, is expected home In a few days. Sol b'astham wus kicked by a horse in McKwcn &am...

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. — 1 November 1899

THE MINER VOL. I. SUMPTER, OREGON, NOVEMBER i, 1899. NO. 8. SUMPTER ... , ' i ' 4 $100 A FOOT FRONT THIS PRICE RULES FOR SUMPTER BUSINESS PROPERTY. J. G. Council Makes a Bif Buy From Mayor Gleason Syndicate St Ik $50,000 Worth of Lots . L. Vinson Tabs a Flyer on Inside Property Other Import ant Realty Transfers. Every week breaks all previous records in the Sumpter real estate market, but it is doubtful if as much property changes hands here in any consecutive seven days (Sunday included) for some time to come as was transferred since the last Issue of THE MINER up to last evening. The highest price yet 'paid for a lot was the I2700 which J. Q. Counel received from the First Bank of Sumpter for the twenty-live feet on the corner of Center and Granite, amounting to f 108 a foot front for a vacant lot. But Mr. Connel had to pay almost as much for sixty feet at the head of Center street, fronting on It to the south, before he could persuade Mayor W. H. Gleason to part with It, and even...

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 November 1899

THE SUMPTER MINER. Wednesday, November, 1,-1899. WARREN A WARRIOR. How He Fed His Men When Fighting Chief Joseph. A dead smooth writer In the Denver Times-Sun has written an unusually en tertalnlng story on the early days of Butte, Montana, In which town and story General Charles S. Warren played a star part. Speaking of this at present promt nent citizen of Sumpter, the Times-Sun says: "General Warren and Miles Flnlen were joint owners of another claim, now worth a fortune. The dual ownership did not suit either, so they shook dice to de cide to whom It should belong. Kinlen, with his Irish luck, won the mine, but had to pay for the drinks, and Warren at that time thought he had the better of the bargain. "In July, 1876, Chief Joseph was on the warpath with his Indian braves, and Dame Humor foretold the destruction of the mlnliiK camp of Hutte. Governor Potts, who then ruled the sparsely settled territory, Issued a call to arms, and every able-bodied man In Uuttc, about 300 all tol...

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 November 1899

Wednesday, November i, 1899 THE SUMPTER MINER. SUMPTKR'lfATER WORKS. v Good Progrra Being Made on Thfa Great I EnterprUe. I Saturday a MINER representative re solved himself into a committee of one and went out to inspect- the condition of the new ditch from the reservoir to Its source, a distance of, tliree mles. To reach his destination' he beganat the end: lng and went to the begfhnlng.'by walk ing up the ditch grade, following around the mountain at an easy incline to the head, where the cool;-limpid waters 'of Wind creek will be tapped and a dam con structed. 5 A "" I From there the water will be conveyed through a foot sqilare flume, to be boxed In to prevent freezing and to exclude all foreign substanceVgetting into the water. About half way 'the line crosses a deep ravine several hundred yards across, with a dip of forty degrees on each side. This, Jf course, will necessitate a metal piping. The work has been done on a very fine surveying and excavating plan, there be ing ju...

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 November 1899

THE SUMPTER MINER. Wednesday, November i, 1899. The Sumpter Miner t- If. MARSH AND J. W. CONNKLLA ( AUrMixil'ttON PATIS pn Yfir . ..',... .' Si.uo Sl Month, 1,1) . AIWAVS IN AIIYASi;!!. ' A GIRL over In Boise, Idaho, nursed a poor sick man so successfully that he died and left hrr f 10,000. WEATHER In the Blue mountains rof the past few days has all tlie appearance of an early spring, after a short winter of ten days duration. NATURE pressed the button and W. L. Vinson and General Warren and W. C. Calder and one or two others did the larger part of the rest, to produce the great transformation scene In this town. BAKER will please keep her citizens at home, or else give an Indemnity bond that when they come to Sumpter they will leave their guns nt home and not walk Into a Sumpter business house and hold It up for hundreds. WHOEVER did the Jobs, they are to be congratulated on the fact that they made good wages in holding up Sumpter sa loons and appropriating the bank rolls. There ar...

Publication Title: Sumpter Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
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