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About The Sumpter miner. (Sumpter, Or.) 1899-1905 | View Entire Issue (July 25, 1900)
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THE SUMPTER MINER.
means that the system has been sapped of its natural Elec
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DR. A. T. SANDEN
Dept. J 9 1 1 Russell Building, Portland, Ore
VALUE OF MINING PROPERTY.
High Ertinute Made 'n the Cripple Creek
A mine Is worth whit it will produce
ithuve the Cost ot its operation. Some
will contend that a mine is worth what it
Is expected to produce, but this amount
should be decreased by a charge sullicient
to cover the risk of failure to come up to
expectations. A property which may be
rented (or f sooo per year Is worth f 50,000.
A mine which will earn a profit of 1 5000
per year is worth f $0,000, provided Its
promise of continuously producing this
sum is as good as the business property.
If the promise of larger -or richer ore
bodies justifies a faith in larger returns,
then the mine Is worth more than Its
present producing capacity would indi
cate. A mine has a larger prospective value
than other real property. The value of a
mil lug prospect Is all projective con
servative men pay f 10,000 per acre for
land In the Cripple Cieek district, the
value of which Is entirely prospective.
The prospective value of every prospect
increases as development work proves
tint the hope which led to this develop
ment work was well founded. A well
lo.atrd prospect In the Cripple Creek dis
til. t Is worth 10,000 per acre. The In
dependence mine sold for a sum in excess
ol the valve of its measured ore bodies, or
niMiut fso.oco (iff acre for Its entire hold
inns It has been reported recently that
tlf I'oitland management had refused an
oftr ot f40.ooo.ooo for the Portland mine.
I his report is hardly to be credited, but
i( (me it would represent a prospective
v Hue in the mine of something like $12,-
o-x.ikm, or 1 40,000 per acre, for Its en-tli.-
linUings, and f 500,000 per acre for
w li it is supposed to be its most valuable '
acrine. Hut the prospective value Is'
always based on a well founded belief
that th" mine under proper management
can be made to produce a good return
upon the price, without decreasing the
value of the original investment. The
value of a mine is not fixed by rules so
very different from those applying to the
valuation of other property. Denver
Scenic Line of the World.
For an enjoyable trip east, take the
Denver & Kb Grande railroad, Scenic
Line of the world. Three daily trains be
tween Denver, Colorado Springs, Pueblo
and all eastern points, and all points on
the Pacific coast. Most magnificent scen
ery on this continent. The leading fea
hire in connection with the trip is that the
through trains pass through the scenic
attractions of the Itocky mountains in
Colorado by daylight, thus affording pas
sengers a cool, pleasant and enjoyable
ride, free from dust and the annoyances
experienced via other lines. Superb din
ing car service on all through trains.
Service a la carte, pay for what you order.
I hrough standard and tourist sleepers.
Stopovers allowed on all classes of tickets
anywhere between Ogden and Denver.
Call on your nearest ticket agent for
tickets, rates and all Information, or ad
dress, B. C. NlCHOL,
General Agent, Portland, Ore.
Captain Wood Back From Idaho,
Captain Wood returned Sunday from
his mining properties over in Idaho, on
one of which he has this season installed
a mill, which will soon be In operation.
He left Monday for Quebec mountain,
u here he Is developing what is said by
good mining men to be the most promis
ing prospect In eastern Oregon. He will
probably return to Sumpter today, or tomorrow.
O. S. L. Ry.
THE UJMECT NOUTG TO
Colorado and all
I iivrtctiolcr ot two tjvorlt route. vl Ihr Union
I'ac.ii k: Tt Mll Line, or the Rio Ukanub S.t-nle
No Change of Cars
On the PortUnJ-Chlcaeo Sptclal,'"Thc flntvl In
lh Wl, Lqulpptd liit
Elegant Standard Sleepers
Pine New Ordinary (lourist) Sleepers
Superb Library-Buffet Cars
Splendid Diners tmealsa la carte)
Pree Reclining Chair Cars
Comfortable coaches and Smokers
Entire Train Completely Vestibuled
Tor lurlhtr Ihlornullon apply la
J. R. NAGEL W. E. COMAN
Trav. Pass. Agt. Gen'l Agent
142 Third St., Portland, Ore.
S. C. BEEBE
Constructor of Mills,
ers, Cyanide Plants, etc.
RIO GRANDE WESTERN
IM CO4,CfON ITH THf
OINVER RIO CRANDI r
COLORADO MIDLAND RAILROADS
mm ohocc or
THREE DISTINCT ROUTES
MOST MUNIFICENT SCENERY
IN AMI RIO A.
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IHfOTlV THWOUOH QUAHWT AND C1UMQUf
SALT LAKE CITY.
LIADVILUC COLORADO SPRINGS
, ana dvbr.
TMI MtO (MANOt WIITINN NAILWAV Off AATIS
THUI FAIT TRAINS TO TNI IAT
PuRnuMi PatMt ami
PhHww Ofitotry ttiiftw
TO OMAHA AND CHICAGO
fraa Raellnlna Chair Cars.
Partaet DlnlnfCar Sirvlta.
f a IhflWUTHM O P.MMiM nMg Of
J. D. Mansfield, 6,V,tt:tof.n.
General brass and Iron Founders
GEO. F. MCLYNN, Proprietor ::::::
Special attention given to
repairing and rebuilding all
kinds of machinery.
Bnker City. Telephone Red 161