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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumpter miner. — 14 November 1900

Wednesday, November 14, 1900 THE SUMPTER MINER. i SALE OF NORTH POLE. This Unsubstantial Rumor Will Not Down. Just how these reports Ret started it Is difficult to ascertain, but thry do, and generally prove the truth of the idea conveyed in the expressien: "Where there is so much smoke there is apt to be (ime lire." The latest rumor of Importance In min ing circles is to the effect that the North Pole mine, InJCracker Creek, district lias luen sold. There Is considerable "smoke" ascending from tills statement and people generally are inclined to credit the report, though no authority therefore is cited. Nor is the purchasing syndicate Identified. It is known that Mr. McDonald, Gov ernor Mackintosh's expert, examined the property some weeks since, and It is quite probable that the Governor Is negotiating the sale or possibly he Is figuring on pur chasing It for himself and associates. As has before been stated in these columns, lie has for months past entertained the plan of buying ...

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. — 14 November 1900

i Wednesday, November fj. 1900 IO THE HMKTER MINER. RAILROAD BUILDING. Surveyors Remain in the In land Empire all Winter. Willi thf approach of w Inter there Is no cessation of the work of surveying parties hi central Oregon. This Is taken as a sure slii that active rolhojd building op eration will begin in Hie spring. A virgin territory rich In trade Is said to await the first rnid to penetrate the Inland Empire. It Is claimed that the most powerful agents against the development of the country are large sheep and cattlemen, vt ho aie adverse to having the ranges cut up into small farms. The stockmen are the kings of the Inliud Empire and have large Interests which will naturally suffer to the extent that the country Is settled. 'Ihese men now have range tor their stock 1111 thousands ot aires of unsettled l.iud. Uallroads will change this condition of affairs. Immigration, which has aliculy begun to a considerable extent, will follow much more rapidly once the railroads open the w...

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. — 14 November 1900

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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. — 14 November 1900

THE SUMPTER MINER. Wednesday, November 14, 1900 TOWN OF 12 TELEPHONE HLACK Hi) 1 HOIHJON MKKCANTIM! COMPANY. IWdtnt W. II. Hubton Gum to Sump- ,. .. .., .. iVi" V.'' 1 re 1 llou. W. II. Ilohson, lomirtlv of Salem and rvM.lt.- Senator lor In ii trims, is now .. resident ..I M.mplrr, having tome lirrr within the past two weeks to assoti itr t.l.nsrll with thr Institution whkl. I"--"" ! his nan.r and irpu-sents many thous.mds , ut Ills doll Its. 1 nr iioimiii Ainr.-iiiiiiruiiiip.iiiv, n-iii.u lias peen In Peen In exlstnur lor the p.M eat, J under thrahle mauigemeiit ot Jesse Iloh son, h.is gmwn to siuli an rstrut that W. II. Ilottson, thr piiiuipal iiwurr, has toilthidrd to tome line anil aid in i'on ducting it, ll iviug sold out his iulrrrsts .it S.ilrm and other polntsin western Oirgnu, wh-rr lir h.is hern lot many teats and wliele, too, no individual is hrttri ol mole lavoiahlv Known. Shite turning to Siimptrt, the llohsnn lomp.iuv has h.id nnuli lo tonteiul with lli.it would (listi...

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. — 14 November 1900

Wednesday, November 14, 1900 THE SUMPTER MINER. 1? COUNTY RECORDS. The following is tiie record of official busimss transacted at the county seat of Raker county for the week ending Tues day, Nov. 13: REAL ESTATE TPANSIUfS. Warranty JccJ-Oct ig, That McEwrn ct u 10 S U Kasli, 160 acrtt In c 10 anj n i 10 r )7 tEou Warranty Jci-J Sept j, Or"jon Lumber Co ioS U Kash, 160 acre In sec lotp ror )?... tjoo Warranty dttJ -Jan u, O M l"ln! rl al to J W ln$enhu(er, lols 6 anj 7 Mk 4), llunllntn. t Quit claim JceJ-Sept 6, UJ Pat'trson rt al to J Arthur et al, part k-cs 11 anj 11 lp o r u t Quit claim JjeJ-Nov ), J W lnnhoier to J C Myers, lull 6 .in J 7 blk 4. Iliintlneton... ai Warranty Jet-J-Nov 5, Sumpter T Co to C II Marsh anJ J W Connclla, lot j h'.k 4. South Sumpter 65 Warranty JeeJ-Oct 1 1. M S tlonJ et ux to .1 C McKlltlck, 60 acre In no M tc 18 ip 8 r m 1 750 Warranty Je?J-Oct . M P Muny to .M L nch 160 acre In sec 10 tp 10 r )6 too Warranty JeeJ-Oct o, Whlt'ey T Co to J Jacobs, lot ...

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. — 14 November 1900

THE SUMPTER MINER. Wednesday, November 14, 1900 4 ON OREGON TIMBER. Interesting Facts Given by the Forestry Commissioner. them rattle their "dry bones," and specu late upon the Rreat waste of commerce 'I he timber of eastern Oregon, Mr. Johnson says, Is very Interestingly dis tributed. He says he means by that the limber appears in the form of rig-ragged "Islands" surrounded by semi-arid deserts, sage brush plains, alkali 11. its, meadows, open valleys, etc. These peculiar forma tions, he said, are grouped about the Hlue mountains, and the different spurs belong ing to the main chain. The timber Is mostly of the pine va riety. Malheur county, one of the largest counties in the Union, is almost treeless, A. J. John-nn, of Astoria, forestry com missioner, has given an Interesting Inter view in some paper not credited lytlie publication from which Till: MINI-K clips fr0, wn.lt parlailir rcas0II Mr. Johnson it, on the timber land of Oregon. He . w;s , ,,rep.ej , say. A ROod part of says...

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. — 14 November 1900

Wednesday, November 14, iqoo THE SUMPTER MINER. ? NOTICU l:OR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, ) land Oil ce, at La lirande, Oregon, Novemter 8 iqoo. J Notice Is hereby Riven that the lollixlnc named t.'tiler has tiled miilce ot his Intention to mike final I roof In support of lilt calm, .in J Hut slid proof will be mide before tie county clerk of Hiker Countv it I! ikerCil), Oregon, on December ji.hko, tic: II. I 7518, ciDcn 11. wiiiTNn. of CllfTor.1, OrrRon, for the sw ' sw ' , sec . anj II i nw J, and se U nw 't' sec ar, tp 10 s, r 6. '.. W, Ai. He name the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upoiand cultivation of sild lind. sir: II. Panning. IM W. Ilorntan. of Ctllfnrd, Oregen: Alfred II. Ilunilnnum, of Maker City, Oie i' en: J. (1 Young, of Clifford, Oregon. U. W. llAWiltiTT, Register. TIMHIIR LAND. ACT JUNK I. 187a". -NOTICE I OK I'UHUCATION. I United States l-mj Onice. I L lirande, Oregon, August a?, 1400. Notice Is hereby Riven tint In compliance w...

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. — 14 November 1900

i6 THE SUMPTER MINER. Wednesday, November 14. 1900 TALK OF THE TOWN. E. C. Gove returned yesterdiy from Spokane. Mr. Miid Mrs. Young, of Clifford, were in town yesterday. Sllpiiers make nice hnlidiy presents. Held (lie Nelll Mercantile company's card on last page. Mr. and Mrs. George W. Welgand came In from Haker City yesterday en- route to lli;ir home at Hniirue. George ft. Tedrnwe, who Ins been con lined to his home for three weeks with typhoid fever, Is again able to appear on the streets. The Methodist cnngregiilnti It is recent ly made some much needed Improvements In the parsonage. A church building is the next thing on the program. A miner named Olsen was brought to Drs. Tape & Pearce's hospital from Ho uanza Saturday with a broken leg, which Injury was received while working In the mine. Word comes from It.iker City tint the owners of the Herald have taken that paper away from Cassidy, because he lldn't pay the rent, mid placed I.. Hush l.ivermore In charge. Colonel Gray...

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. — 21 November 1900

THE SUMPTER MINER VOL II. SUMPTER, OREGON, NOVEMBER 21. 1900. NO. 11 1 HEALEY BLOCK BURNED FIRE DISCOVERED EARLY THIS MORNING BY A LODGER. Building Insured for $1500 Several Occu pants Hold Policies for $1400 More Loss Njt Eitlmtted Same Nirrow Escapes Splendid Work ol the Fire Department. The Sumpter tire department Is all right. It demonstrated this to be a fact again this morning, for the third or fourth time. Shortly before four o'clock Mrs. Jack son, who occupied a room in the llealey Mock, comer of Center and -Granite streets, discovered that the building was dfire and gave the alarm. The tire had caught between the ceiling and the roof, from a defective flue, and the whole upper portion of the building was abla.e when the hose companies arrived. The only delay In turning on the stream was occasioned by the fact that the nozzle on the hose kept in the house near the school building had rocks in it; probably put there by some of the pupils. Soon, however, two good streams were ...

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. — 21 November 1900

THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday. November 21, co OFFICERS John J. I'hNiiAi.M, President (Crn. Mcr. llunlT Hill fn.U Atni-. .") Al.ltl-KT fil.lbliU, Vice-President (I'fc-ilJ-r I t.lilpn-. H.ink) llAM W LIIV litKil-NI: Sl'hKKY, U. C. (MiNll.ANO, 'I reasurer Secretary Grizzly Gold Mining Company Capital $500,000 In 1,000,000 shares of the par value of Filty Cents Each. Treasury Stock 400,000 shares. FULL PAID AND NON-ASSESSABLE Weekly Bulletin S COPPER STRIKE. DEVELOPMENT. The body of copper ore encountered in the tunnel last week has been crossed and proves to be eijdit feet wide and assays of this ore jive values of $16.00 to the ton. The tunnel work will be pushed. The sinking of the shaft has been commenced and will continue so as to thoroughly explore the ore body and to increase the dump of pay ore. To meet cost of development, the sales of Treasury Stock will continue at SIX CENTS per share, payable ail cash, or on the install Iment plan in twelve monthly payments. INSTALLMENT PLAN ...

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. — 21 November 1900

Wednesday, November 21, ivoo THE SUMPTER MINER BAKER CITY MINES. t I s Sized Up by Correspondent of International School. C. VV. Conk, of Seattle, representing the lnternatinn.il Correspondence schools of Scranton, Pa., is In the city, a guest at the Overland, having just returned from a trip into the mining section of eastern - .....1 - .... t.i..- -.!. " vj.ckum umiiKuiiu iM.in.wr -'y i close to the rich ledges on the McDougal luuuiry. nc nas uccn in mis cny n nurn-, .,.i n i ...h.., i ...,i...i.... iiili iiiiiiiii 11 1 iiinri iir ? iiirii v 11 i Liinn r country, and with extensive mineraliza tion. "Boise Statesmen. Native Copper in Seven Devils. Frank Ballard, of Ballard's Lauding, was In town Tuesday and among other things told the Standard man of an Im portant copper discovery down on the river recently. A prospector and miner, Nelson, by name, while washing for gold on the b.ir below the AUDougall claims, discovered float containing native copper. He and others Interested with...

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. — 21 November 1900

THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday, November 21, 1900 The Sumpter Miner Official Paper of Hie Town of Sutnter. I-UIIIISIII I) I.VI WY WIIIMMMY II Y I'.. II. MARSH anii J. W. OONNELLA MIHM.IIII'IION WANS ne Year Mi Moulin .. i.aj AIWAYN IN AHVASCr. I nteri-J ill Hip pottufllce In Sumplrr. Oregon, Inr transmission through Hit mails as seennj class Maltrr. POPULATION OF SUMPTER 4,500. I.(K;aI. "I'nxris" are not working as openly now as a frw weeks since, but some iliily work is still going on. One l these "good-inleutiniifd fools" was manipulated to kuiuk a sale last week, livery our knows t li.it to tie an easy tak. It reuires a in. in ol ability to consummate ii deal. II Till wrlred report tint the Northern Pad Ik, Great Northern ami Union Pacific to.ids, all siic.illi'd tr.iusioutinfut.il lines, li.ive formed a coalition tin drleuse and iillriisr. Is true, then the people in this Noitliwesteru country that do businrss with either company might just as wrll throw up their hands and deliver ...

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. — 21 November 1900

THE SUMPTER MINER O PI 2 -I (A 1 1 l o a m O M rr o K as S""0 't 1. f-' ' 2 M 3 2 2 e O Q3 t fD w e r n O n ?r 11 5 to c 2 0 0 0) (P 0 T D 0) c T F 0 n 0 0 j 0 D 0 Q) 5' Wednesday. November 21. 100 " K a g - 5a w w -pa 3 2 3 s- : ' ; - n g D .18 2.::- & !Pi c T3 "E. F5' 1 fi ll 3 3 a 8 I ,0?$piiCJ:lils'AniAn! DNIMHHNION3 1 ONV ONINIW slU J" AsajJiio." Aij pjsu diw nf; w.'tii jumu i.w"ryigoc-inii n w..Jyj, I

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. — 21 November 1900

THE SUMPTER MINER 4l;JC, iHI Wednesday, November 21, 1900 RHEUMATISM DISTORTS MUSCLES SHATTERS NERVES STIFFENS JOINTS 7 S DTK to 1111 neiil poNon which r.iin- iireo-' In tlu lilooil lliniiijrli failure of tin' pniHar nr,jiiii lo I'iiny oil' nnil Kt-cp the vMrin I'h'iir of nil inoiliiil, I'lK'tc iiiiillcr. 'I'lii-t pni-oii tliroiili the pcucriil I'lirulntion U tk'HMtotl in the joints inu-eli' "nil iicrvi's run-in;: the ino-t iiitciin pain. Uheuinuti-'tu may iitlnrk with Midi fiiili1ciitii"' tiinl pfvi-ril y n to make within a li'w ilay a healthy, active pi'Min hclpli'-H and hi'ilriililcn, with ililnrl'il limlw iilnl fhatti'iiil nerve-; or it may In- blow in ili'Vi'lupiiij:, with Vlijiht, wimilcriiit; pains j""' m'Viti' enough to intikn mio feci iiiiconi I'ortiilili'; llu tciitlenry in mu'Ii cui is to iow wmw, anil filially heroine rhroni'. Ijki'othcr lilooil ili-ni-o-.Rheuiniiti-ni Hnfteii inherited, ami exposure ' to ilamp 11111I cold, want ol piopcr foul, iii-t.ilieuiit clnllniifr,...

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. — 21 November 1900

Wer'ne-r'av, November 21, i.)co THE SUMPTER MINER PRESIDENT M'EWEN. Important Change in the Sump ter Transportation Co. At a mcetlnR of the Sumpter Transpor tation company stockholders held last week, Tom McE wen was elected president, In place of W. H. Cade. Mr. McEwen also retains the position of general mana ger, which pla'ce he has filled since the company was organized early last spring. As everv one familiar with the history of eastern Oregon transportation is aware, Tom McEwen is one of the pioneers in the business in this Mate. He was one of the organizers of the corporation to which the Sumpter Transportation company is the successor, with largely increased capital, facilities and business. aLk. ir aYBYBYBrl Biv'l T'BBJBBJBl BBBw-s v - ABBJBJBJB ' tBK$ '-fBTBTBrfl it mv Htti&BBBBS j .bHb? bBmb8 . JBBBf .BBBBBBBBB f v4fJdBYBYBYBYBYBBYBYBYBYBYBYBYBYBYBYBYBYBYBYBYBrl THOMAS Minwi.N I'rrOJrnl Sumplrr Tranjpmtation Lotntuny The retiring president will in future give his excl...

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. — 21 November 1900

THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday. November 21, 1900 8 SUSANVILLE DISTRICT. Stands Second to None Eastern Oregon. in Paul K. I'oiudexter, the well known mine uprrnlnr, N hack from the Susan vllle district, where lie spent ,i week In gem mine, three claims, owned by W. Bailey, of Canyon City, recently under bond to John Leland, the well known ex pert. A shaft down 50 feet has passed a i) foot vein, with values ranging from $40 to J120. This is the only patented ground in the district. The Princess mine, owned by Smith brothers, of hngland, w,is formerly owned bv the father of the Gcisrr boys. The loo-foot shaft exposes an eight-loot ledge, ass iv lug 5io per ton. The McHalev-Hinton croup of two the Inteirst of eastern capital. Seen by a claims has two sh.ifts down loo and Go MlNI.lt representative, he said Susan vllle has a better surface showing than jiny district tributary to Sumpter whii.li he has visited, ranging from J 10 to $200 per Ion. I he formation, generally speaking, is substan...

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. — 21 November 1900

Wednesday. November 21, 1900 THE SUMPTER MINER COUNCIL DECLINES. Will Not Stand for a Nomina ting Convention. The city councl.il helJ a meeting Sntur diy evening, but transacted very little business. Its time was taken up with a request from a number of citizens that a mass meeting be called for the purpose of placing In nomination a non-partisan ticket for the coming municipal election. The council very properly decided that such action would be wholly without 'ts jurisdiction and declined to comply with the request. Candidates will therefore have to be placed on the ticket in the same way as has heretofore been the custom. All that is necessary is to file with the recorder within five days of the election a petition signed by ten voters and you can enter the stirring career of practical politics, office seeking. This being the easy case, It is said that many will try their luck at the uncertain game. It is reported and generally credited, that there is a move on foot to put a stra...

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. — 21 November 1900

Wednesday, November 21. 1900 10 THE SU1VTTER MINER IRRIGATING SCHEMES. Working on Powder and Des Chutes Rivers. Work was commenced vesterd ly on the Mr J.im across Powder river for the B ikei City M itu il IrrU illo-i co iii my. It will be located just htlo.v the riilroiJ track in the south enJ of town, on a site owned by the company .inJ ne.ir the point where the old diin.whiJi was urrleJ away last year, w.t lo:ateJ. The cnmpwy o vis th; oiJ M innrr.v ititche :hkI wi'er rls'itN lunf th cold est witcr rl'Us in th;.tyor t iinly. I iirinu III? hlnh water of I 1st ye ir Hi: ol J tl 1 111 was wash: I out anJ t lie lO'iipinv w.in compelled to receive the aler through the iarrrn hrail)',atr. 'I he new d nil will be a sutist.itit i.il af t tir, to be built of stone from bedrnJf up supporting the brush, c. nth .in I gravel. I his pi in was decided on at .1 mrctliiK ot the dhectors ot the compiov held 1 lew evenings' ago. While It niu'.lil h i e lieen cheaper for the I'ompinv to have pur- ba...

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. — 21 November 1900

Wednesday, November 3i,i-i9?0;y -H ,yi:t.on ,V THE SUMPTER-MINER. a 5 I vi ygas 9 i MODERN CITY OF 3500 POPULATION SUMPTER OREGON I "I! SURROUNDED by Ten Dividend Paying Mines with Stamp Mills. Many shipping mines are now being developed and will soon be dividend payers, while hundreds of promising prospects are in progress of de velopment. Enterprise with capital will find this a prof itable and safe field for investment. Sumptkr has blocks of paved streets; gravity water system, reservoir capacity i .ooo.ooo gallons, fed by pure mountain streams: first -class and well equipped lire de partment; electric light plant, streets lighted by twenty arc lamps; good city government, good public schools, lodges of nearly all the secret orders represented, healthy climate, and, different from many mining centers, it is a "City oh Homes tor the Entire Surrounding District." You can make no better investment than to purchase Sumpter Real bstate. Desirable business and residence property can be...

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. — 21 November 1900

12 THE SUMPTER MINER Wednesday, November 2t. 1900 TOWN OF ..WHITNEY.. Building Has Actually Commenced A LIMITED NUMBER OF LOTS WILL BE SOLD to bona fide building purchasers. NO BOOM. Let your eyes and foresight be your judge. The cars will be running into Whitney by No vember 10. Don't overlook a good thing. The coming town at the western terminus of the Sumpter Valley Railroad. && Add or Consult TELEPHONE BLACK U91 JAMES H. GRAHAM BAKER CITY OR SUMPTER RAILROAD SPECULATION. Sonic IiiUmtlng Gueu at lo Whtre Pro jcld Linn Will Run. J. S. ItiiUe, nl Huntington, president nf themnip.iuy uhUi .illemplrd navja lldii ol tlif Sn.iUe lixrr Willi ihr -tramrr M.I I'd, npel.ltillg between Huntington and thr Seven Devils itippri itiiiuntains, vwis 111 tills illy yestrid.iv, .1 guest ill tin- Hotel Summer. Mt. I.nle, whit is ! Keen husiuess in. in, talked iulrirMluglv ul pl.uis tiy the (J. K. V N., limiting In tilt tapping ul thr splendid ll.uiiry valley, in llatney nullity. "The H.itnrv...

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