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Wednesday, May 9, 1900.
THE SUMPTER MINER.
.. ,. ..COUNTY.RECORDS.
. s The following Is the record .of official
' business transacted at the county seat o(
Baker county for the week ending Tues
day, May 8:
REAL PSTATB TRWSrtRS.
Warranty deed-April Q. J J Sturglll to (ieo B
Sturglll, strip In nw cor ol iw ' ,, kc j6, tp 8
s.raae .. $ i
Warranty deed -May i, MiryRtchvdson to S
AHeilner, Ioisi.q, to, blk , Raker City ... i
Warranty deed Sept 6. '98, John Waterman et
al to C M Broomhatl, lots if to 14, blk to,
Pacific adn. Baker City oo
Warranty deeJ-Aprll to, Thoi J Elmi et ux to
Jat B Hosklns, 594x161.5 ft In sw ( of nw K,
seci6,tpitt,r ire 1
Warranty deed Oct 1 '95, Fred Neuhaui to
Alary Neuhaui, '1 Int In n so ft of lot 1, 1 5 It
lot 4, blk 1, Baker City; j Int In tola 6 to to,
blk 10, McCrary's adn 1000
Warranty deed May j, Thoi McCwen et ux to
Emit Metier, no acres In see 19, tpgs, r pe 150
Patent Jan u, '95. United Stales to Daniel
W Dal, nw U sec is. Ip 10 s, r (8 e....
Mining derJ-rb 19, (! L Turner to R L Phil
lip, 99 qU elm 1 . 1000
Miring deed-Feb 19. RL Phillips et al to A
Walker, Delia and 0 other qlt elms ... . (ono
.Mining deed-Feb , R L Phillips rt al to A
Walker, 94 qti elm . toco
Articles of Incorporation April so, Ottawa Ex
ploration and Development Co, capital stock
$150,000,15 cents, Sumpter
Mining deeds-May , Will A Mall to Z M
Ho t, i Int In the White Rabbit qti dm . . ajo
Mining deed-April it, C fi Whitney et al to
John M Laldy, Silent Partner qti elm . jjo
Mining deed-Jan 6, C W Manvllle to John M
Laldy, Midden Treasure qti elm .. .100
Mining deed reb 6, Thos Carney to Nannie
Pardee et al, Never I'all qti elm 1
Mining deed April , J I: Anderson et al to M
C Tester el al, I Isher Maiden qti cim 1
Montage May 5. Fred Goodwin et ux to L M
Whlttaker, s ujttote !i of blk i,Atwood's
ad adn, Hiker City. . joo
Mortgage-April aj, A T Wright el ux to J A
Ingram, lot j, blk 7, South Sumpter.... . , eoo
Chattel-April 8, J II Calltlm to Russell Ic
Co, a boilers, a engines, t sawmill and other
Articles of Incorporation-May a, Baker City
Opera Mouse Co, Albert tielscr, John W- -
terman and I II McCord, Incorporators, cap
ital slock J 1 7,000, shares $1.. '
Attachment -May 4. Waterman & Schmltt vs
J T Woods, for goods sold deft . 5
I the discovery point thereen: with surface around mi
feet In wldthi being i6 feet onihe southeasterly sldr
I ana n leet on me normwesteriv side ot said lode, the
notice of, location of -whlrh Projection quarti claim Is
recorded nn page' r7 0l volume J of the records of
' quart! claims ol Baker count) , Oregon, In the office
I of the County Recorder of said counti . 1 he aJloln.
ing claims 10 we rroieciion quaru Claim rung tne
Cyclone on the northeast, and the Columbia quart!
claim, Mineral Survey No 176. on the south, and the
Ohio on the north. All else being vacant, unoccu
pied land. There being no conflicting claims!.
Any and all persons claiming adt ersely the mining
ground vein, lode, premises or anv portion thereof so
described. surveed, platted and applied for are
heflty notified that unless, their adverse claims have
been tiled according to law and thd regulations there
under within the time prescribed bylaw, with the
Register of the United States Land Office at La
Grande, In the county of Union, State ot Oregon,
they will be barred In lrtue of the provisions of said
statute. E. W. BARTLETT, Register.
TIMBER LAND. ACT JUNE 1. 1818.-NOTICE
(United States Land OfHce.
I La Grande, Oregon, Jan. ex, 1900.
Notice Is hereby given that In compliance with the
provisions of the act of Congress ol June , 1878,
entitled "An act for the sale ot timber lands in the
slates of California, Oregon, Netada, and Washing
ton Territory," as extended to all the public land
states by act of August 4, 189a,
AirRsn 11. MUMisntov,
of Baker City. County of Baker, Stale of Oregon,
has this day tiled In this office tils sworn statement
No. 9(8, for the purchase of the w', nets' andw'j
se 1-4 of sec No. so, in township No. 10 south, range
No. t E W M, and will offer proof to show that the
land sought Is more valuable lor IN timber or stone
than for agricultural purposes, and to establish his
claim to said land before the Register and Receiver
of this ofnee at La Grande, Oregon, on I'riday, the
11th day of April, iooo.
He names as witnesses: Marshall K. Young, James
G. Young. Roy Chittenden, Joseph Walker, all ol
Any and eUpersons claiming adversely the above
described lands are requested to hie their claims In
this oftUe on or before said nth day of April,
1900. L W. IHRTUTT. Register.
She names as Itnesses: Marshall K. Young, James
G. Young. Roy Chittenden, Joseph Walker, all ot
TIMBER LAND. ACT JUNE 1. 187S. -NOTICE
I United States Land Office,
I La Grande, Oregon, January 1, 1900.
Notice Is hereby given that In compliance with the
provisions of the act of Congress ot June 1, 1878,
entitled "An act for the sale of timber lands In the
states of California, Oregon, Nevada, and Washing
ton Territory," as extended to all the Public Land
States by act of August 4. 1891,
ROXIB A. HOULTON,
of La Grande, county of Union, State of Oregon, has
this day hied In this olnce his sworn statement No.
6)0, for the purchase of the lots I, a and 1 and sw 1-4
ne. 1-4 of section No. j6 In township No. south,
range No. E. W. M., and will offer proof to show
that the land sought Is more valuable for Us limber or
slone than for agricultural purposes, and to establish
his claim to sail land before the Register and Re
ceiver ol this office at La Grande, Oregon, on Friday,
the i6ih day of March, 1000.
Me names as witnesses: Joseph N. Oilman, of
Granite, Ore,, Grant .Thornburg, of. Granite, Ore.,
William B. Sargent, of U Grande! Ore., Charles L.
Fox, of La Grande, Ore.
.Any and all persops claiming adversely the above
described lands are requested' to Mthrlr claims in
this office on or before said 16th day of March, 1900.
E. W. IIMIUETT, Register.
Is the recognized exponent
of the mining and industrial
interests of the EASTERN
OREGON GOLD FIELDS.
Gives the Choice of Two Transcontlnent
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Salt Lake, Denver, '
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NOTICE Ol- APPLICATION FOR
U. S. PATENT.
United States Mineral Survey No. j66. Application
I United States Land Olnce,
I La Grande, Oregon, Jan. 19. 1000.
Nollie Is hcreb given that In pursuance with tlie
net of Congress approved May 10, i8?a, Ihe Colum
bia. Gold Mining Company, a corporation duly orgs
ailed and existing under and by virtue of the laws ol
the state of Oregon, whole poit office Is Sumpter,
ItiLir Countv. Oreiron. has made application lor a
patent tor the C clone Consolidated quart! claim,!
situated In no organized mining district,
Ju llaker Countv, Mate of Oregon, in
cluding the Cilone and Protection quart! claims. I
and described by the official plat herewith posted and ,
Jy the held notes on tile In the office of the Register
ol I j Grande land district, Stale of Oregon, as lul
lows, with magnetic variational jo degrees i min
utes east, vli. I
Description ol the Cclone Consolidated Quarl!
Claim (contltilng of Ihe Cyclone and Protection 1
quart! claims). Mineral survey No. t6, towlt.
Heginnlng at a post marked "Cor. No t 166,"
which 1 s 7 1 degrees 4; minutes w ?7 feel Irom U. S.
Mineral Monument No. 1, the same being coiner No.
s of Ihe Protection quarts claim; thence s at degrees
? minutes w 1500 feel to a poit marked " 166," being
comer No. a ot Ihe Protection quart! claim; thence
ei i degrees aj minutes w 19s leet lo a post marked
-'l,66, being corner No. tot the-Protection quart!
claim; thence n 41 degrees o minutes e 051 feet to a
nost marked ". tA," being corner- No. a of the C -clone
quart! claim; thence n 41 degrees o minutes w
ju feet 10 a post marked "l.66." being corner No. 1
of the Cilone quaru mine: thence n 41 degrees 10
minutes e i;8 feel to a pol marked "4.166, ' being
corner No. 4 of Cyclone quart! claim; thence s 4s de
grees )o minutes t jt feet to a post marked "1. 160,'
which Is n 4 degrees 45 minutes w 446 feet from U. S.
Mln. Monument No. 1, being corner No. r of the Cy
clone quart! claim; thence t 41 degrees 10 minutes w
510 teet to a post marked "4. j66," being corner No. 4
.ot the Protection lalm: thence 51 degrees aj min
utes e 195 feet to the place of beginning.
Which said Cyclone quart! claim Is iS feet In
1-ni.iii and extends nxBieel northeasterly along Ihe
'Cyclorle lode, bearing gold, from the south center end
post Ol saij uClone quilK iiaim, Miiy yu wuig-
Jiurked "S Center End Post Sur.No. j66,' with sur
face ground sn lectin width, being too feet north
westerly and a ji feet southeaster!- from said lode.
and tne nonce 01 lutawun m wiimi inut..uuii
rase tfM of vo'ume I-, Records ol Quart! Claims for I
I. T --Tr'-...... ..ah tm ll. nM. n lh. I.i.r l
Baiter SOUiliy, WITI.V.., ... .v w...v w. ... .v.w.
I said county. . . .
The adjoining claims to said Cyclone quart! claim
being Ihe Protection on the south, the Eureka on the
.,.ih..ii. the Victory on the north and Ohio on Ihe
west, said Protection claim being Included. In this,
notice ot application lor patent, all else being vacant,
unoccupied lan j. 1 nere reing no eonnicung claims.
Said Protection quart! claim Is 1500 feet In length
n.i -t.nls mi feet northeasterly and fact south-
nested) along Ihe Protection lode, bearing gold. Iron ,
TIMHUR UND, ACT JUNH 1, 1878.-NOTICE
I United Slates Land Office,
I La (irande, Oregon, Dec. 1 1, 1899.
Notice Is hereby given that In compliance with Ihe
provisions of the act of Congress of June 1, 1878,
emitted "An act for the sale of timber lands In Ihe
StilMof allfornl a, Oregon, Nevada, and Washing-
Inn Territory," as extended to all Ihe Public Land
Slates by act of August 4, 1891,
of (iranlte. oinly of U lit. Stite ot Orezon. has
this day filed In this office his sworn statement No.
6j4,lor the purchase ol lot 4, sec , Ip8s, r it' I:.
W M, lots 1, a and of section Nn in township No
q s, range No V. W M, and will offer proof to show
that the land sought Is more valuable for Its limber
or stone lhan for agricultural purposes, and to estab
lish his claim to said land before Ihe Reelster and Re
ceiver of this office at La (irande, Oregon, on
Wednesda), thesist da ot lehruar), 190.1. .
lie names as witnesses (ieorge Crawford, Charles I
II. tiodtret, (ieorge J. llarrett, John llert'erlc, all ol
Any and all persons claiming adversely the above-1
described lands are requested In file Ihelr claims In '
this office on or belore said 11 si day ot lehruary,
1000. l-W. II imiTT. Register.
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no p. m. Ar Cllltord .lv Him a. m
flop m. lv Clifford .Ar r- a. m
7:10 p.m. Ar Austin lv f no a. in
Connecting at Austin with stages lor Canon Clly
and Interior points.
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j 00 p. m. I Ar .llonanra, I v trio a. m
Connecting at tlonana with stages fur Pyt,
Rnblnsonvllle, Wntley, Virginia, Don Juan and
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Livery at Granite In North I oik, Red llo, Htif
letlc and adjacent mines.
u.o p. m. I I v Sumptrt.
I no p. m. Ar llourne
I o j. ni J Ar. Columbia
Including North Pole, I!. A I
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TIMUI.R LAND, ACT JUNE j. 1878.-NOTICL I
- FOR PUBLICATION.- - 1
I United Slates Land Office,
I La (irande, Oregon, January 1 s, 1900.
Notice Is hereby given that In compliance Willi the
provisions of theaclot Congress of June 1, 1878, en
titled "An act for Ihe sale ol limber lands In the
States of California, Oregon, Nevada, and Washing
ton Territory," as extended lo all the Public Land
States by act of August 4, 189s,
RICHARD J. eAKHAN,
of Daker City, county ol llaker, state of Oregon, has
this day filed in this office his sworn statement No.
6is, for the purchase of Ihe ifi ili section 15 and
ejj nwW of section No. , In township No. 10 1,
range No. 17 C W. M , and will offer proof lo show
that the land sought Is more valuable for its limber or 1
slone than for agricultural purposes, and In establish
his claim 10 sail, land before the Register and Re
ceiver of thlsoliieeat La Orande, Oregon, on I rlday,
the aird dai of March. 1000.
He names as witnesses: Thomas L. Lammers, ol
Sumpter, Ore., Frank S. lialllie, of Sumpter, Ore.,
Walter II. Van Du n, ol Sumpter, Ore., (ieorge C
llelmlck, of Sumpter, Ore.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the above
described lands are requested lo hie Ihelr claims In
this office on or before said sjrd day of March, 1900.
E. W. ilARTlLTT, Register.
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