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About The Sumpter miner. (Sumpter, Or.) 1899-1905 | View Entire Issue (June 13, 1900)
THE SUMPTER MINER.
Wednesday, June 1 . igoo
Grizzly Gold Mining Co.
in i.ooo.ooo shares of the par value of Fifty Cents Each. Treasury Stock 400,000 shares.
FULL RAID AND NON-ASSESSABLE!.
President, JNO. .1. I'KNHAl.K,
((Jen. Mgr. Hunker Hill Cold AMiiIiir Co., Sumpter, Oregon.)
Vlce-Pres., ALHKKT GEISER,
(President Citizens Bank, Baker City.)
Treasurer, EUGENE SPERRY
Secretary, R. C. PENTLAND
The Grizzly group consists of the "Colorado" and the "Colorado Extension" quartz mineral claims,
situated in the Sumpter District of Baker county, Oregon, six miles northwest of the town of Sumpter, form
ing pan of the rich mineral .one wherein are located producing mines of fabulous wealth, such as the
"North Pole," "Columbia," "Golconda," "Bonanza" etc., etc. Development work on the Grizzly group
has disclosed a gold bearing ledge of remarkably high value, development work has progressed and there is
every reason to expect the property will become one of the greatest mines in Oregon!
Read Our Proposition Carefully
A limited amount of Treasury Stock is offered for sale at SIX CENTS Pe' share, payable
cash down or in twelve monthly payments, the funds realized being used tor opening up the property and
making a producing mine of it. The purpose of the company is to have a steady inflow of cash to meet
monthly pav roll and expenses incidental to active development work. This can be realized by selling stock
on monthly installments just as well as if selling for all cash.
ir-k--l -sl-l.-s. rrri.i -iUi i T"" loHowlmr ""' ' nuJe Ins -- (or the purcli.ne of Treasury Steck: a. 000 SHARKS AT Oe PER SHARE
iVCilTlCirKaDIG V. JDDOllLinilV iao.eo: terms, io per month until paid, laroer blocks of stock on pro rata ocali
" s-" - imwiw 'l r - " J This plan enables many Investors tu wcuii' cunlrnl of .1 lurijer hlockol toik than It railiijt.ul t.isti llrcrrhy allnrJtnir, tin
uppiiitunllt l Kilnlnc riiiirmnui piodls mi nclu.il rasli niitl.iv, It I'dni; ronsMireJ a certainly lli.il luni; More the last mnnllilv payment shall N inaJe, -utile Jevelnprtirnt ulll make the stncl
wmih.tin llie open tinrkel seti-tnl limes tltt lalne at which II Unn Mnt; pitriliaseJ; with a stroii; pniMl'lllly Ihit par value will be allalncJ.
iism. i)i Mimrii k Clumpier, megon. or m we eiietary nt tne 1.0111 pan). 1 or pro .pectus ana luiiiicr iniormauon. aaaress
Subscriptions lurslucK may fc sent to III
Fiwftt BftN or 8uMiiri BuM.tin, Ont
CiliriN Bf Dantn ClTV, Onioon
Grizzly Gold Mining Co., Sumpter, Ore.
RICH STRAWBERRY DISTRICT. '
liniiiriiv l.t-dgi Uncovered Tli.il Curies
HiKii Value. I
The Sti.iwhctrv range of mountains is'
ruining lt the (unit as well ;ts the Quart 1
lung M-itloii ot the Prairie City mining'
tlistili.1. Sevel.il loo-lunt ledges showing
fabulous wealth have been uncovered in '
the Quarlhtirg M'ttlim this spriiiK nml
.-is tilt smw disappents mi that tilt moon- j
l.iims ate aaessable, just as large ledges
tlt.it i.urv ore ot high value will he dls
niveicd. S.iiniifl ( iallagher, H. I: Johnson, Jo-,
seph Pefgue .-mil James Mckay Icll Prnl-,
fir City about leu dnvs ago on a prospect
ing tmit mi tin nuilli slope ot Straw berry '
range, .iiul fit tiu- headwaters ol Dean
i reek they located the Copper King. At'
the head ( I'uir creek, about one mile
f.ist ol tltt (.upper King, thev hunted the
Pinot.and diteitly e.ist of this they to
taled I wo ulheis. ,
Alt. ( iallagher came to Prairie Citv last
Jhiirsdav evening :uul lelt two dirge
specimens ot ore liom the Copper King
.uid Pinol nt the Miner ollice, itiul when
.ished what kind ot :i proposition lie had,
" These claims are located lilteen miles
southwest nt I't.iiile City, on tlie north
slope ot Stiawbetry range, at the luted ,
waleisot Dean and I'ine creeks. The
Copper KIiir has a sl-loot ledge and will
tun trom lilteen to twenty per Cent copper,
nr .ilviut eighty dnll.-iis in gold and copper.
With what little work has heen done the
side w.ill an- in plain view .
" I he iiiippings on tltt I'inot show the
ledge to lie loo (eet utile and the ore val
ues are about the s-wie as those ol the 1
I o those not tamlli.ir with the r'ralrle
C,iv aistiiil, it is well to Male here thatj
Ihe giritt Otegon Wonder and Will Clea'
rx groups ate located on this range tit"
tmuintaius miM several other large strikes
have been made near these properties by
Canyon City parties.
The large strikes being daily made
stieugtlieiis the prediction that some day
I'rairle City will be the smelting center of
Mr. (iallagher left Saturday morning
(or the claims with a wagon load of pro
visions, giant powder, and other necessary
eipiipment for opening up a mine. I'ralrie
Large, Fine Hotel (or Lawton.
The l.awton Investment company,
owners of the l.awton townsite, have
about completed preparations for the con
struction of a large three story hotel in
this city, and it is understood actual work
on the building will begin within the ne.t
two or three weeks. Dr. !:. .1. Summer
vllle, president of the company, and
.lames A. Howard, secretary, will depart
for outside points Sunday to perfect de
tails for furnishing and management of
the new establishment, and It Is confident
ly expected that it will be open for bus
iness not later than August ist. The
gentlemen expect to be absent from four
to ten days on their mission. A first class
hotel is one of the first requirements of
every progressive city and l.awton's ad
vancement has been seriously handicapped
because she has been thus (ar unable to
ofter adequate accommodations to the
traveling public. True, we have several
line restaurants and ample sleeping apart
ments for all comers, but these hardly
supply the place ot a regular hotel, and
the Standard is glad, Indeed, for one, that
tills necessity is at last to be supplied in
such a satisfactory way. It is understood
the management of the new hotel is to be
entrusted to an experienced in in trom
Portland. Law ton Standard.
Circus Will bt Httt Friday and Saturday.
Leondor Brothers' Big Circus will be in
Sumpter ne.t briday and Saturday alter-
roon and evening, June 15 and 16. This
circus Is twice as large as ever before
and has many newand attractive features.
Of Prof. Hunt's performing dogs, the
Oregonlan of April it;, 1000 says: "Prof.
Hunt's kennel of dogs at the dog show ,
are wonderful, and they can and do al-,
most everything that could be pertormed
by dumb animals." Be on hand and see , '
the street parade. They have one of the ,
best brass bands on the road. Remember 1
the dates, June 15 and 16. Prke of aJ-,
mission 25 and 50 cents. ,
Bonanza's Bullion Brick. (
Mr. James Cartland, superintendent
of the Bonanza Mining company, ar
rived in the city yesterday morning from
the Bonanza mine and brought with hint
two or more good-sied gold biicks, which
he left nt the first National bank. '! tie ,
value of the brick could not beascertaiued,
since the Bonanza does not make public
its product. The brids repre.sent several
thousand dollars, however, the output ot
the live days of the present mouths.
Baker City Democrat.
Sale of the Roadside Group.
Clias. K. Parsons and K. C. Wellwood
this week purchased from Alison Mc
Gregor the Roadside group of tour claims,
adjoining the Quebec mine, on Quebec
mountain. There is a 30-foot shaft on
one ot the claims, while a .2-loU ledge
is opened up by a crosscut tunnel in one
of the other?. The remaining two claims ,
also give a good surface showing. It is 1
the intention of the purchasers to begin '
development work at once. tirauite
Columbia beer, brewed in Sumpter, Is
second to none.
Co to l-'enner & Wonhington tor all j
kinds of engineering. j
Handsome lot ot Dickens' vest chains '
lor men at l:. C. Brodie's jewelry store,
Opera House block.
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Maker City, Oregon