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About The Sumpter miner. (Sumpter, Or.) 1899-1905 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 1, 1900)
THE SUMPTER MINER.
Wednesday. August i. 1900
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Dept. 19, Russell Building
CASK NOW GOHS INTO COURT.
Suinptrr Free Gold Mining Company Stock
In.innllirr column of Till- MlNI-H today
is .111 account of the two annual iiiccIIiiks
ol the Similiter Free (iold MIiiImk com
pany, hrlil Hit-viuir diy. 'I lie follow Iiik
Is a sprcl.il from Colfax to thr SpokeMii.iu
Review, te RardiiiR further differences of
I he troubles of the Sumpter Free Hold
Minion company, which held two rival
Hirelings In Spokane Weduesd ly, have
not yet been adjusted, and the courts will
he asked' to settle the controversy. Chas.
y. Stuart, secretary and treasurer, was
much surprised when he read the report
of the evening meeting, at which officers
were elected. Mr. Stu.irt said: "I hose
present At that meeting did not represent
a mijnrity of (lie stock and had no right
to hold a meeting. Of the four men
present only two, (i.illimore and Miggins,
are shown by the books to be stockhold
ers. Of the ollicers elected two are not
In sympathy with the meeting at all. I
hold the proxies of Frank Noulre, elected
one of the dlrettots, and J. W. Jessee,
elected treasurer. Itoulee has idfi.dfif)
shares and Jessee S5.5SS shares of stock, the University of
It was only owing to the fact that Mr. part: "So far we
Maker, of Dayton, was unable to attend
that we did not hold a meeting of a ma
jority of the stockholders and remove
iallunore and lllgglns from the board of
Mr. Stuart showed a letter from Mr.
Haker, one of the heaviest stockholders,
asking that the meeting be postponed to
August 0, as he could not attend,. ind say
ing lir hoped then to remove Gallimore,
and lllgglns from the directorate and
management of the boird. Continuing,
Mr. Stuart said: "It was the intention to j
remove them for mlsmanagrnient of the!
property, which Mill be done. The circus
is not over yet. 'I here will be a sideshow
ith startling features. It is likely the
case will be taken into court in a lew
days, w lien some startling disclosures will
be brought out. You can make this just
as strong as you want to, for the publL i
will soon le.irn the inside historv of this
Mr. Stuart is backed by J. S. Carter
and other Colfax, Dayton and Sumpter i
stockholders, lie has emploved an at-'
torney and will begin proceedings to annul
the action ol the meeting held in Spokane '
Wednesday night. j
.1. W. Miggins, who was elected secre
tary at the Spokane meeting, called upon '
Mr. Stuart this morning with a type-'
written demand from M. H. (i.illimore,
wlio was elected president at the same
time, for the books of the company. Mr, ,
Stuart lefused to give them up.
John Day Fossil Fields.
A press dispatch of recent date
Berkley, California, s.ivs: Discoveries
of paleontologlcal material are reported
in a recent letter to President Wheeler,
dated Monument, Or., July 4, from Pro
fessor John C. Merrlam, who is at (lie
head of the expedition sent to the John
Day fossil helds in eastern Oregon by
California. It says in
have been operating in
the northern range of the Blue Moiin
lairs. Among our specimens are iuite a
number of hue skulls, some of which are
the best that have been found here. One
of our most interesting hnds is a new
geological tormatiou, whkli is a very im
portant feature of this region, both geo
logically and paleontologically." Col
lections are also being made by this e.x-!
pedition for the University of Munich, one
of the chief seats of paleontologlcal learn
ing in the old world.
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Write for quotations.
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