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NEWS OF TilE MIES J
VTii Ever C:;;: ; j C : C;l:!:j !
JOHN DAY COAL BUT HAVE KOT DECIDED
on second mm
The Big Store in the Middle of the Clod;
c:-V:-73 Ti:!rd Street, C:Rvc:n C::i end Fine.
XJJ, cxaxm owsns TO STSB-
sxs6vniu axotxsx Mia nun
rKX" GSMAXi 45MABACTJSB
roa.norxBTT tt asi iot
UXKLY TO Tin Vr OOaTSTBVO-
s . -V jfi
-' People interested lirth f.oal deposits
r.f the John py valley. r'f
hoped t ae this year bring U J
definite Information f th extent of th
bed. there, end samples trf coal tan
from such depth es would be ,ttlv
; evtdcno of what the fuel is worth.w.
Bare for ihe-Srork don at Heppner. on
the property of the Heppner Coal ft Rail
way -oompany. little lu bn accom
plished la this, direction. . A scor or
s prospects, covering an ar from th
lowc John Pay. about Black Diamond.
" UP to near Canyon and Prahie City, hav
: been -.worked in very desultory, man
ner.. .. N . .- "
. In eome of these the aeams were
proved at the vry"surfc to have com
mercial width, and conditions generally
favorable, but no company of aufflclent
capital nas.tSKen no ei ."
' linn low ......... r, t
The property of A. Mohr ' and I
- Walker, about 19. mites from Arlington.
'. i... ju. i,niuri-Ar the result
? that' a seam-mor than, eight feet n
width he been openea. ii is wuu
a maJ OTwitjk of nlcfnr coal.
tl. ai Til- Vaitonn. man-
' - aged by Robert I lines, has been explored
r .py tnree inclines , m
flw. K at Mama wm round In
close contiguity. sandstone layer but
a few tncnea wiaa separating mtm. iiw
' eoa has bea given light tests at to Its
i . utility, and seem to meat all requlra-
v . , ' - ,v --.i... .....
. nth.. n,An.rlf.a m w ttM- rmtaimA
shallow tunnels. The coal area la" thug
MtaXiiafiiui hm atwint aft milea In
l length. Many farmer. In that section
; use the coal for their smttn anopa, ana
k some for domestic fuel. ' These experl-
ments cease to excita - local - interest,
snd areNibt exacting enough to furnish
vaiuaoie inionniuaD u am ouistus
t. w vi IV.,. ' ' ' " f ' -aw .... i. Ir r . -
, Most all of the propery ownera tof
Tnai region ronow uia wore ai t lcppncr
exploration has been prosecuted. Should
tntn mine prpva a gooa proauoer, ana us
rosi una resay ihukd iBsrs is no oouoi
Thkra"nHmber"8r other pi unities wrthte
the range of , transportation or near
where new rait lines are probable would
be actively developed. 7TTTTTT?rXw'"r-
SMELTER IS ASSURED
' Manager Fuller, of. tha 8umpter
nmemsr. isarftngth to build a xinmber
" of eottageaTiear-the-plantr f ortha sa
nf workmen employed at the amelter.
Ttttt siuullei' la nearly a - roll- from
Sumpter proper, and men forced tar walk
that distance wnen snow is aeep una
themselves ' seriously 1 Inconvenienced.
- The winter km son IS settlsg in for the
upper districts of the Blue mountains,
and tha work planned Is to be hastened.
" ATrangements have Jbeen made for
hauling ore through tha winter months,
when traffic la mora or leas obstructed.
' Snow succeeds wagon hauling quickly
in the. fall, and While sleds are in use
delivery , of . or will be more economl-
: cal than during tha summer, but when
winter breaks and tha snow roads bn
coma flast mush, and then mnd, traffic
is suspended for a, period of a . month
snd a half or more. As Manager Fuller
liss'put on his'' list moat of tha big
lines of tha district, soma of which are
wtthn seven miles of his smelter, and
hi also receiving good quantltfes'of ore
from tha Seven Devils and other dls-
' tricts la lower altitudes, he will no
doubt b able to paas this period' of
, difficult hauling without suspending
work, j ' :, ('.,. .-'
V I ROASTERS DELIVERED
- - AT. THE MONUMENTAL
' ITauling tha additional equipment for
the Monumental mine, In northern
PlBklyou eonaty, is progressing rapidly.
Colonel T. W. M. Draper stated upon his
return from a. recent trip to the mine
that the two Cylindrical roasters .-bad
' keen delivered for tha leaching process
that Is being Installed. Values at the
.Monumental are essentially gold, si;
though there Is some eopper. V.
. Boms experts who have examined tha
property state that It will be a dim
rait proposition, to mastnr with cyanide.
Underground development in tha shaft
Wsls la progremlng steadily, and. If
all of the ore blocked out is commercial,
the company already has a vary large
reserve In sight. ,
-,. srrxx. zs mmovt vzast.
'i' Bhlpment of tha complete . 1 0-ntamp
, Will recently ordered by C. D. Crane fpr
the Lucky Queen ' mlno. - Josephine
county, is to be made by the Hammond
. company soon. Mr. Craoa reports that
tha mill building is being rushed to com'
pletkn, Bd that he win be ready for
-the-machinery when it arrives. No
" difficulty will be experlenred In hauling
tha plant from Merlin to Its destination,
. ss the wagon roads in that section are
.always In nood aerfdlMorfe :
i : -..t ; : Means:
Dfst&rd Injttrious Drtjr
TA R&rmlm, Powerful
, ,1 Cgrmlclde).. -v
Send twenty-five) cents ta ry
postapa on Freg Trial Bottle.
Sold by leading druggists. Not
genuine without my signature:
i ' '" 62MIrtnfc;H.T.
' Wrtt bMtrlet sa ItatlMal
n. MniHiiiknt . nf tha Champlln
Dredging company will probably not
determine this , rail wneurer or
..n 'nia la n ha aracted on Foot S
creek, Jackson county.' Such an addition
h h. n iiAiunui. anH. botb fiunerln
tende.nt Christian and, Manager Champlln;
cava. apaen orxna Troyeci Vruu
abla development of tha near future, hut
as no aerinlia arrangemenis nava ummu
mnA fA. MmmMiAjniMt tmfora winter
weather, it is regarded probable that
they. win not taie up xne wora una ymr..
-Power would be furnished by tha
r.AMa r.1 . n hlMt. arAiilit altAtlnata
the , heavy - xpensa- of engine . and
boners, ana thus materially reauca me
initial cost or a oreager, inw wmpur
nas about 1,00 acres of land on Foot's
creek, more than . 400 of which - is re
ntwlt wAArf AmAriTiw vraniiA. and bv ad
n 1 1 inn in inn incL coma amaiiv- nrw
vide an area of even mora than two
dredgers for tha period of thaurnatufil
uf.' -j - 4 v
TUNNEL TO PLACER IS1
. NEAR ALLUVIAL BED
' Tha tunnel begun by MessTg. Mets,
Thomas and Le. on Silver creek, near
Orants Pass, which is calculated to open
t- placer deposir at a depth permitting
ydranllo operations .ta'. bedrock abovo
reat allda filling tha canyon. Is Bear
ing completion. ' Tha tunnel is more.
than 700 feet long, and lata reports from
the property Indicate that grave! should
be reached shortly. ' The canyon of the
stream hag been filled with a slide, and
above tha obstruction gravel has ac
cumulated to a depth bf to or IS feeU
according to tno prospecting none, as
good values were had front other work
along this stream where the currant was
without impediment tha owner balleva
they will open exceptionally rich ground
there.;-:'. . . :-.- :
BIG ItXU. XSXJI TBT."
' The Connor creek mine. Baker county,
which waa taken on a bond early in
th year by 'Captain J. Myrick. superin
tendent underthe Reed regime, was not
worked very Jftenalvely this year. Ther
is an old Sf-tamp mill on tha property,
which was ruh aeversi years ago. .After
th.veln waal (put an th level bf th
lower tunnel, fcne or two batteriee were
used, but the Vnin hag been practically
idle fora loja period. Tha deep tunnel
drlvTfTcTofen the vein is oa-S,-4vl
well below the mllt hut a tram device
haa been arranged to run ears up to the
bins, , . . , . .
-Th Connor creek mine, which haa pro
duced perhapa the prettiest specimen
rock ever mined in Oregon, and la re
ported to have bean profitable . when
worked, has been the object of many
examinations of late years. Whan th
S. O. Reed aatat waa being partitioned
pursuant to -tha provisions of th will,
it was generally supposed that th prop,
erty would be put on th market at
om rtgur, but as yet no on haa taken
It and commenced serious operations.
(SpaeUl Dbpatra to The feoreaL) .
Vancouver, - B, G, Nov. I. K strika
was recently mad at Tmlr, B. C on
th Foghorn mine, owned by th Golden
Monarch Mining tt Milling company of
Bpokane. After th mine itself had been
temporarily' cloaed a few man were left
to do. a little aurfac work. They un
covered th anex of one of tha veins
heroascut' th long tunnel, revealing
nine feet of or. Mora man have been
set to work developing th find, and it
Is probable that the mine will tat worked
all winter..,. ... ....'.rrt
rUOIB OK SJTKaJKBOAT OKKIK.
to nave tnia season . another active
placer property. Bine th Mixer group
was taken by 3. A. Whitman, arrange
ments for prosecuting thorough work
have ' been ' unremitting. Th new
owner found a good-ditch system for
power, so that his eouirment work haa
been confined to finishing that "Which
had already been commenced. -
HTLXm BTfKKZKa 1(OOTKXT.
I. S. Hammond of this eltv haa re
turned from Bohemia. When, he da-
parted th Vesuvius mill wss doing ex
cellent work, as the preliminary teats
havtr fceen finished, and the plant has
been found to be ready for a permanent
run. - - . .4 - . , ... .
NEW ISLAND IS
FOUND IN OCEAN
Mi cavtajk axons ion tback
OF X.AK9 WKJCK BOXSJ KOT AP
PA OK KAVTZClT. CKABTS KO
CXAKOa OF XT TOKO) A JDKAOB,
1L vy JlLr
SAYING AND DOIINO
DOIISQ AND SAVING
Vortt of Men" and Boys' FIno Clotlla. Hota, Shoos and FurnUKlntJ
Goods At a positive reduction of frotrx CO to 50 por cont oa Evorj Dollar.
FA LL AND WINTER
Mote than a thousand for
jfpu to select from. No old
; carried-overs fro m last )
year,' but -all new and 'of
this fall styles, at prices
that make them' the best ;
bargains ever offered any:
: where, at 25 to 50 percent
off regular ? prices. ': AH t
to 50 bust measure, .
Broken sizes, in darkAurora ; or
Beech Grove Meltons; cut from $8
and $9. yf ;
For choice of hundreds, all styles and
colors and weights, with or without .
belt back, in all lengths from the .
finger tips to the heels; medium col- ,
ors; $12, $13.50 and some $15 in this ,
great lot. ; . ' ,;
Fall or winter weight. Overcoats or
Cravenettet; a display of styles and
'materials and colors to please tht
most exacting; Including the very
newest-and best of our $15 and $11
and some $20 Ones; also Crouse ft
: Brandagee's world-renowned hand-
tailored garments- -r- v-:
wNl: ' r -asaawags '
: Ci avenettes and Overcosts, consist : ;
of our best $20, $22J0 and some $2S
ones. . The styles, materials and ;
worlrmanship are of the top notch
order"The variety iiisutti theldnd"
you may waht. :t , .-y ; '.. "'; y- y,;y y;
i We have cut loose. Take your choice
o the finest and best fall or winter -,;;
Overcoat or Cravenette in the store,
. including all Grouse ft Brandagee's -
best $25, $27.50 and $30 styles, trim-,;
med and. tailored fit for a king. '' V '
.... ;f .' ,
was shown In
such an Immense
variety of Suits ;
as In this Great
There Is-DotAcolororklnd ,
but you can scc here &t a
saving of one-fourth to one
Half price. All shapes and
sizes. Hard to fit and hard
to please men SPECIALLY
' For choice of a big lot of dark and '
' medium colored all-wool $10 Suits; u
-" Takes -choice of hundredeof single -and
double breasted Suits, in all col
'Ors and materials; cut from $12,'
4 tlZAO and some $15. ! ' .j.
Including a fine lot of Frock Suits
; worth up to $20; for elderly gentle
( men. v .- '(; ' '' ; . --.v ;w
Corruption sale' price $10, but The
Chicago only; wants f 8.00.
i;::t.y:; ;y ,
(C - 1 1 V
- custom-finished, all , hand-tail
ored, in fine black, blue, brown or -nobby
plaids; also neat - mixtures,?
f worsteds, cheviots, tweeds, etc The j
. choice of our $15, $18 and. eome $20 v
suits, ' ; .;. ",v y .vyy.v-
Puts you right into. the grandest lot
of hand-tailored, select style Suits,?
700 of them, consisting pf single and
double - breasted ; sacks and Prince ,
Alberts; our choicest $20, $22.60 and V
some WW ones.
'; Tke4 the best Suit in the house
none reserved--including aU ;, the '
nobby merchant-tailor patterns that ,
r-we-haye -been sellings at$30 and :
$27.50, and the most select of our-
. great $25 suits, including all the new
' wood brown and finest black Thibet
unfinisned worsteds," some silk and '
, satin lined. Not a suit in the lot of '
over 300 but would do credit to the
: best tailor In the land in style, ma-;;
terial and workmanship. , '
'MAKING ROOM FOR A FINE WHOLESALE STOCK. THE LARGEST SHIPMENT CF KEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING THAT EVER CROSSED THE ROCKIES AT ONE TI5!L
Out In the Paclfld ocean. In latitude
21:3 decrees north and Inncltud 12S:Z3
cant, uiere lies a small island -.which
sons not' 'appaas upan anr mn Ttt
published. . . '
Its verjr existence 1 unknown to even
thos who prepare the . hydrotraphic
charts fortha various Rovemments. No
one knew nythlr.a about th stranae
speck ot land out there In the s unttH
captain Jonas, master of th British
ship Lanjrdale. which . arrjvedln th
harbor -yeaterdar afternoon frOin China,
mnd th discovery about twa months
While sweeping th horlsoiv with his
(lasses on th evenlnr of Beptempcr
he saw a slfht which alAoat ataa;
Sered his belief. Not more than three
mile diatant ther stood a Jon trei
As near as could be Judged It wss about
i feet, in height, witn seven ' large
brjnohas, which appeared to be covered
with heavy foliage.- .
Th captain knew that ther should
be no land in that locality, but to on
vlncehimself that he was making no
Bilatake ja his geography, h consulted
his chart Closely. 21 had one of th
latest charts Issued, and according to
It ther ahould not have been an Island
within 100 miles of where th chip then
lay. ' Upon further investigation and
deliberation of tha strange occurreno
th skipper arrived at th cohclualon
that he was a discoverer. -
"All on boar" said th. first offloer
last evening, . "saw th .-tree, which
seemed to be a Ion sentthel standing
guard otif there" In the Paolflo. It waa
growing dusk at th tlma th discovery
was made, or .we would have lowered a
email boat and explored -th -spot. Tito,
tree- was -fully t feet in height, anff I
each of th seven limb seemed ' to ba
perfectly madA From eur point of ob
servation It waa Imponalbl to See land,
but ther must have been land or ther
would have been no tree.
: "My opinion is that a new coral reef
Is lust making Its appearance in that
locality above the surface ef th sea.
But in order to have gained sixth jtelytit
th tree must bav been ebovs th
water for a number of years. It la
straight as an arrow and. of a dirty,
brownish color." . . ' ,
Th Langdala. came'- from Hon gay,
China, and completed th passage to the
mouth of th Columbia rlvar In 71 days.
For th most part fine weather waa ex
perienced. Th vessel cam In ballast
and moored at th Banfleld dock. While
lying In th orient she was chartered by
Balfour, Guthrie Co. to load grain at
Portland for th United Kingdom. The
Langdal was her two yeara ago, but at
that time ah wag In command of Cap
tain Hunter. .She belong to the Sam
line-as th Carnarvon Bay, which was
recently In thia pnrt: -
771' Rsoidzi CaxrrA ,
Boston Painless Dentists
Known th . world' over, are th only
dentlat In Portland having th lat bo
tanical DIBCOVSKT to apply to th
gums for EXTRACTING. FIlLiNO and
CROWNINO TEKTH WITHOUT PAIN,
and guaranteed for TEN TSARS.
"far rtUlnff j,.,,,,....!. i..,,.V BO
Gold PUUaga .7. . . ... , . .fl.OO
hU Set TMtk that fit (ma .ia.00
Oald Ore was , .MOO a jg.00
Brldjr Work ,a.00 to -OXO
OUR encCKKB Is due to our PAIN
LESS METHODS" IX)W PRICES AND
GOOD WORK DONE PT SPECIAr.tSTB
In each department. NO STUDENT". In
th office. All work don PAINLESSLY
by SPECIALISTS -ef Ion veers expe
rience. Give ua a call, and you will And
w do Just a w advertlsa , ,
Boston Dental Parlors
X-Uth aad Werrlaoa a treeta, Batraao
sni o nrxrsuss.
(gpeelal bi.pttch te The JoormLJ
La Grande.- Nov. . -Oscar Olson,-
young man of North Powder, SI miles
east of this city, died ther Sunday from
the effects of Injuries received when a
tors fn oa' him a few tmka ago,
Enters Into every tool rsqulrtng that
material you may buy- from ua. Its en
trance, too. Is worth considering our
tools sre scientifically made. Hsnc
carpenter', machlnlats' and -butchers'
toola which have one oocupied aav por
tion of our store spec may be relied on
absolutely as to excellence and lowness
of prlc. . . '.v . - , .
Avery & po;
' 83 THIRD STREET '-
Is adapted, to all who are. fun
dowrt i phy'sicMJaiMJ ' mentally;
It strengthens and builds up and
thus storesj lost vitality, ill ef
fects of malarial' chronic diseases
and impure blood, y ", ; v- vrj
w'v,'' For'. Sale at
KNIGHTS, - v 307 Washington.
On the litis of t&e (laclinus
: OPEN XIX, THH .TKAR. ; ::J .
qOCD KUNTO AXD RSSIXG
REGULAR MEALS V
f O. W. P. trolley oar to tta dorm
. For Special Luncheons or Pin
ners, phon Mr. Martin, manager.
; ;-."'. ' ; :." '. '
. BUSINESS. -!
' waxrnjun" stosusaosr y m '
WM S BIAS UMXW Monday " and"
1 t Thursday vnlngs from seven
;.- . to nln. - ' v.':;;'v I ' ,
. SOOXKnraro .. -(LaboratoTjr-.
Mothod). '..-.'.. :. v. .-'
SXOBTXASm (Pemin SysUm). .
tlPSefaUTUa m (Touch wthod)
- coichtnoxAXi umuno, v
aaTwUSat and :, y.; :--..
TMMWC, -- Tuday, Wedneeday
- and rrtdr evanlngs rom svn
; to nln-thlrty.. -r : . v.,
By th month s! dollars for th
first month, flv dollars per month
- for th following flv month and
four dollar per month . there
after. - -v..,.-... ...
Ct!A cr send for Cttologst
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