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THE SUMPTER MINER.
Wednesday, May 30. 1900
From 80 Feet
WINTERVILLE CLEANUP I '" hlm ;' patrl.irelial appearance. The
venerable old man is a practical miner,
has made and lost fortunes; but not to be
iliscniir.'ii'pil hv trifles, Is nut nrosneftimr.
of Ground and hopes again to strike it rich. His
. son, a young fellow about hfty-five years
IS I aken. I old, accompanies hlm. They have an
exctllent tint lit , consisting of wagon and
, team and p.ick animals, and are well
M.Austin, the well known stage in.m ' f,l,,P,rJ for mi,,i,n opaaUmn. These
..ndpi.Mmaster.it Austin station, c.,ikd , l"vs camp out and the sen or makes hlm
.ill HI: MlNI.Roll.ce ..11 his way to Maker ',fuful "I"u"d " loe ,:,wel1 :,!
City with the cleanup from Ko cubic feet Hw 'e. I hey will take In the sur
of ground on the old Wlntervllle diggings, . '""Ji''K '""'"ll '"' lr,eal,,,l,S Jl""
near Mnann. 'I he total amount of the InR the summer.-Prairie Oily Miner.
dust and nuggets was ?4,5oo. l-'our i
specimens in the lot shown had from 5210
to 522; in them.
Mr. Austin stated that It was often
Tusk Six reel Lone.
'I lie miners of the Quart gulch placer
mines, operated near Canyon City by
Mfiirv UrmiMi A mmrwrui .irlc this
their good fortune to hnd po.kets so rkh wcrc p,pej olIt n curiosity that in every
that 550 was obtained from a pan. .i-mii resrmhlcs .. rln,l,.,.,.s tusk. It
measured fully six feet in length, and had
all tile appearance and curve of the tusk
of ,iu elephant, and for centuries had re
mained hidden at a depth of fifty feet.
Z Pretlient.JNO. I ITNMALE. Treasurer, CUCiCNi: SI'FRKY S
(iftl. ,MKr. Hunker lll.l Go. J Mlnlnc Cn.) Secreiarc, U. C. ITNTLANI)
- Vlce-l'reslJent. ALULRT (il.lSLM, I'reklJen. Citizen Bank, H.iker Lll) , Ore.
Grizzly Gold Mining Co. e
A limited amount of Treasury Stock now on
the market at Six Cents per share. For further
information and prospectus, address
Grizzly Gold Mining Company,
p. o. nox hi
O. C. McLeod
R. C. PENTI.AND
Austin, McMurdoi'v Co. are the owners
of tliese old platers, and have a handsome
income from them.
I here is no reason why people should
pay Irom 2oo to f);o to go to Nome and
take the ihances ot freezing to death,
starving and drowning, when thev can
liud such bouauas within two houts to a
days walk ol Siiinptrr, or most any of the
smaller towns tributary to this place,
where supplies of every lonieU'.ihle kind
tan be had at prices In the coast cities and 1
more suitable to the prospector. I
I he cutiosity Is on exhibition at the resl
deuce ol Ur. J. V. Asliford, In Canyon.
Large mastodon bones and other fossils
have been found In that neighborhood,
which supports the belief that the Identl
Mention of this curiosity is correct. Blue
1 0. C. McLeod & Co.
Special attention to investments in Business
Property. We are placing considerable outside 5
g- capital and can recommend the following prop-
Capital Hotel Again the Favorite.
,,,.,. j 'I lie Capital hotel Is again gaining the
Many Cripple Geek Miners Here , arRe sme flf e pubc p.l(ro).Re w)dl
As an evidence that the eastern Oregon 1( enjoyed when conducted by Mr. and
goldlields are gaing prominence aluu.iil , Mrs,. (.;r()rKe B. Tcdrowe, Its owners, who
andthegre.it mining centers of the world, , ;ive reccty taken the management
the large number of Cripple CreeK, Colo- ;,;ln Traveling men in particular have
tado, mining men arriving here tuniMies i shmv) xMt appreciation of this change
the proof. Already Cnleradoans play a .mj t us ;,w.-.ys been the stopping place
prominent part In the population of Maker , fr ,,e mujnrity of mining men when in
City, and in all the camps of this district, Sumpter. Since Mrs. Tedrowe has again
and the arriving here dally of new acces-1 iwn c,mtr t,e roo,s lnve i,ec ,.wv
slons argues well for the future of mining ,);,perri ;,Mj carpeted and what will most
here. I lie newest arrivals in Maker City please the traveling men, large and con
Irom the greatest mining camp on earth veulent sample rooms in the house have
Cripple Creek are Messrs. S. N. I.rris iwni ,ltt(.j ,, for t,er convenience,
and S. N. I arris, lr., lather and son, i
both ol whom are experienced mining men I Public Notice,
and who eujov in Colorado.-! high stand-1 All parties holding claims against the
lug In the mining world. I hey are here Sumpter Water company, proper, arc re
to make mine Investigation and are pre- ipiested to present them to the company's
paring to make a pretty general tour ol ollice lor examination and audit,
these gold Uriels. Mr. . I'. Costello and SU.WI'TI.K WATblt CO.
Mr. ieorge I . Keener, both ot whom are ,Mav ' "'00
large shareholders in tl.e Marv Mc Kinney K ymr W1 (1 Su fr .(J Jrl
mine on ( ...vol hill near Cripple Creek, CoHIlWi lwra home priKlIi:l.
Coloiado, ale also hi the citv. Messis.
Castrllo and Keener are interested in mill-' nnniuiune tin in
unuinnnur. nu. iu.
$3,000 Business property paying 40 per cent Income.
2,250 Vacant 25x100 feet, Mill street.
2,750 Vacant 25x100 feet, Mill street.
1,60080 feet frontage, Improved property, Sumpter street.
350 iuirnislied house and lot.
325 l-'timiture, with lease, 10 room flat.
125 Choice residence lot near Mill street.
O. C. McLEOD & CO.,
ueoge w. weigana...
Ing properties in Pocahontas district, six
miles west of Maker City and will very.
likely direct extensive development.
Maker City Republican.
HIGH GRADE LIQUORS
Fifteen Inches ol Rich Ore.
I. S. Mumgardner, an old time pros
pector w ho came here Irom w estem Wash-
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iiiKiiiK .11 wu, ..ii. ,i k", - II,. ..iJjIneJI-j ll.rl.oinm.m (.nun.ll ol ll.pl.mn
time secured several good claims, one ot i . m.ur
which was recently located southeast of ' m uox i lii..iii u uni.iii.i ior ant r.mm.
, pnvint, tnmiMiit or attn.lillon til ' rtcnit, linn nr
and near Moutue, ill the Cracker Creek iiiim.iiUm,toki.'pnn ii.mj.ir smn- uiiin iiicuir-
,, . . , i ....I i. i. i. , ... . i i linatr llmll nl Ihr 1in ul sunipiir. ttlihln .1 Jlf
district, and mi w hldi he li.is made a good j1U(. , lmf huni,ri w, , , ,' miJuib Kcui-.fa
strike. His ledte Ol twenty feet lias III it a a lUnfr ur lr ultirr iii.irt, imiitf iImii hilt
a pay streak of twelve to titteen inches of Kimuar, unJ suh v i.iJrr.uUi.iv tiuii w
ore which he has opened up lor some dls- rj w.rJ..nh ..i.ina i-uiumna n... ...h.
Liner and has obtained values of w hlch he ( T
claims 514.60 for the lowest aild ?4).K tniisiulioii ma tautullt kr.p on IumJ in htir
. ,, ,, 1 1 .. 1.1 1 1. , ..11 f.. whhln i.ip limit ill ilif r.mn ol SmnMrr. li.ill to
lor the highest, which is enough to s.itlsly kr,,, ,, ,,,,. K,uni n,Mt , , iUiijik i whi.ii
any .easonable mortal. He left here last u,:ur;.n4;,au jum K,(r;n
l:rlday to bein the work of sinking htty .nUMUt;Untsit.jraiustiacaiikiMii n-uf pi ai
, . ,, .. .... ,( ,1,1 .1.1,., no Kicai.r Jlvltncr ilian ten lrl Horn ilu- Html rn-
teet on the pay chute of this claim. tr.in.....i mm mumihk, in acimri.umii-ii-.i..ia
t.i hi imI' ittn limn tin? klirft, anj IJ clant
HiJri.uU talJcait vlull lr m I'l.urJ tliat ihct
Protpector 80 Year Old and St'll Hopeful, mat h ImmrJIalrlt irmmcJ Hum tjlj 1'ulljlni;
t.miui;.! thi Hunt rnlrancr llirim. l houl oKtiuc-
One of the oldest prospectors and nn
, 1 .1 1 .1.1. M si.os . Ant rron, Mrt.int, mmpint or a-
miners eset seen ill this section was here MKij,ini viv,n. tmn ..r c.irp.iratum tieutini:
ill of I isl week He was none other than '" " ,l" pintMon n. Oil uulnan.-e thall P
.IIIOI l.isi ttceit. or .is utinc iniiri 111.111 JrcnlrJ Kuilu , A ,nivj,inranor,ana usn emtio-
Robert Hutchinson, who settled In Jack- iiiiiniiirHnrJrrcuuti .nii i tm4 nu. i
. 1 1 1 .1 1 ..i i. ' than Irn Jollait nur moir than lillt J.ilUisur h im-
SOU COUI)ty W..y b.lclt 111 the lortles. ftU. pil,mmrnt In t l.mn Jll not Ir.t tlanttnJatk
Hutchinson has been a remarkable ,nr,ZTrYl. ... ,-
physically, and In Ills younger days stood orJInuur insulating tlif tiaiU.ln ... Klant poJ.r
, , . iii.. ii j Mlltnn tlir CoiHiatr llmltt ot ilir l.mn 01 Sitimpirr.'
six feet seven inches hi stature, and In Lppi.icr.iJun 4h..M.trnj u.r uw tinrr-) i
weight tipped the scales at 225. and did J 'w w Cmmmm Giun(1 M ji( Ja o(
not fear anything or anybody. Now, Ini.Mat. ...
, . , 1 .1 .. 1 111 11 ... AppiotrJ bt thr Maor lhl J Jat ol Mat
his eightieth year, he Is hale and hearty, ..l w. 11 Cilcsox.
though a little bowed, while his hair andAlr , , MMri.hT.no.sum,M,r.
beard are white as tlie driven snow, giv-l HrcorJct'o. thr i.mnoi Sumner.
C. B. & M. Co.'s Beer
Best in Town
C. B. SCHMIDT
THE GEM SALOON
A. J. STINSON, Prop.
(Successor to Snyde & Stinson)
Only the Best Brands of Liquors Served Over the Bar