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About The Sumpter miner. (Sumpter, Or.) 1899-1905 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 15, 1900)
THE SUMPTER MINER.
Wednesday. August 15. 1900
JOHN J. PliNIIAI.I:,
(Inn. M1.T. tlunkrr Mill Cinld Mn. (..)
ALIiiiKT Gl-ISKN, Vice-President
(I'mldi-H Utl'i-ni Hank)
R. C. PliNTI.ANI),
In 1,000,000 shares of the
par value of Fifty Cents
Each. Treasury Stock
PULL PAID AND NON-ASSESSABLE
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, forming part
of the rich mineral zone 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 bear
ing ledge of remarkably high value, a force of men are now at work and there is every reason to expect the prop
erty 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 PER 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. TlVe'"purpose of the company is to have a steady inflow of cash to meet monthly pay roll. This can "
be realized by selling stock on monthly installments just as well as if selling for all cash, and at the same time
enabling investors to secure control of a larger block ot stock than if paying all cash.
Two Thousand Shares at 5120.00, payable $10 down and $10 per month
until paid. Larger blocks of stock on pro rata scale. j j j
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Cmii.it Banh Bamcm Civf Omon
Kor Prospectus and Further Information, address,
Grizzly Gold Mining Co., Sumpter, Ore.
SOME MINING NOTES.
Operations At the Bdgcr Monitor Bonded
Banner Sold Outright.
1 lie Badger mine at Susanvllle is push
I'iC operations with a force ot about )o
men. They have the shall sunk to the
depth nl joo teet, and intend to continue
uoik until It has te.iched the depth ol $00
tret. On the joo foot level they are
ilrllllng on the ledge and are taking out
tons, of valuable ore. 'I his they are
sending to Sumpter, Irom which place it
's bring shipped to the smelter. The
Badger company has leased the Klk creek
pla-ers to Slug I ee - Co., nl Susanvllle.
The mine Is bring opertted by the linn,
hut with vh it success is not known. It
is learned, however, that they are work
'k ground that h.is been worked belore
-m! are dolus re.ison.ibly'wrll. 1
I he Stockton mine, owned by Messrs.
Amrs and Simmons, will soon resume
iterations, ,n,d the shatt which is now
tJi'.wi 100 teet, will be sunk to the depth
i ioa feet. I'hev have some valuable
-c lit this mine, which will be sent to the
meller tor reduction.
Win. Cooper, who has spent years
prospecting in the Susanville camp, has
bonded his Monitor mine to Prank Coop
if. Work Is progression uu the property,
.ind ote taken out is being worked with
.m arastia with good results.
Ike (inker and Joe Shatter are doing
development work on the Daylight
i)uart claim, owned by Mr. Guker and
Vt. W. l)jrt, of John Day. They have
the tunnel now driven about 60 feet, and
have already cut one pay chute on their
ledge. This ore shows up nicely, but
they wlU'contlnue the tunnel farther and
1 losscut a pocket lead, lit a depth ol about
Bryant Scrogglns. formerly a resident
el Long Creek, bought the Banner quartz
Umpqua Listed on tbc Exchange
i me uregou mining aiocit extiiaugc
property near Mt. Vernon last week of
Nell Jackson, the consldeiatioti ot the
sale being 5500. Mr. Scrogeins recently I todav. the companies appeared under two
.came to the John Day valley from Sliver ,e;,js,t UstcJ and unlisted, the listing
City, Idaho, where he has been tor sev ( committee having passed on those prop
eral years working In the mines. He ; ertes, UMjer t,e ,eaj f stej, aiKi t,e
thinks the Banner claim is good property, , companies having compiled with the re-
.'Hid Will Improve as developed. Blue I .min-int-iits of llir fnminltti-r. Thn mi
tile unlisted list will no doi'bt appear
under the head of listed in a few days,
(lie Umpniia Mining & Milling company
was called on the board of the Exchange
for the first time today. The company
Lien on Columbia Southern.
S. Ban and N. G. Seaman, partners
doing business under the tirm name of
Ban Sr Seaman, yesterday tiled in the owns the American, Chance, Grand Prize
clerk's office of this county a lieu lor iaJ Gold Mill lode claims, located about
$20,865.86 on the part of the Columbia , '"'ve milts west from Sumpter on the Ibex
Southern railroad lying between Moro,,rad. I" Baker county. The company is
In Sherman countv, and Shaniko, h, Incorporated for i.oco.ooo shares, par
Wasco county, forty-six miles, or there- value 15 cents each, nonassessable,
abouts, In extent. The lien is to secure J 400,000 shares in the treasury. The olli
payment for tracklaying and surfacing cers of tlie company are: President, Willis
the part ot the road mentioned, which 1 Kramer; vice-president, U. W. Miller;
was done under a contract made between secretary, W. !'. Burllson; treasurer, A.
Ban & Seaman and A. I:. Hammond and , ' t;os- These gentlemen, with J. C.
Archie Mason, whom Ban & Seaman Aiken and J. M. Drenuon, are the board
claim to have been the agents of the f directors. The Grizzly company is
Columbia Southern and, hi the matter of delayed in some of the details required
sub-letting the contract for the work done, by "? listing committee, which will soon
to have acted witli the knowledge and
consent of the Columbia Southern com
pany. The total amount of Ban & Sea
man's claim was (12,165.86, on which
be overcome. Telegram ol last Thursday.
Oregon Cayustt as Family Pon'cs. 1
"The little Indian cayuses of eastern 1
nicy incivru uu .mount u,joo. 11 , uregon neeu nor pe sent 10 tne cannery
should be said that the greater portion of any more," said Samuel Gray, a Hunt-
the balance claimed under the lien is for 1 ington business man at tlie Perkins
extras and alleged "extra cost and ex
pense of doing the work by reason of in
terference and unjust treatment of claim
ants" by the officers of the company.
Tlie Dalles Chronicle.
All kind ol cake, pies bread etc., at
Brechtel's bakery, opposite tlie depot.
All orders filled promptly.
Handsome lot of Dicken'.s vest chains
for men at F. C. Brodie's jewelry store,
Opera House block.
terday, "as a market lias been found for
them in the Bast. A good many carloads
have left Huntington for the east this
summer, as the cayuse makes a nice fam
ily pony when he Is treated right, and he
soon becomes docile." Mr. Gray said is
carloads of horses of all sizes had been
sent east from Huntington last week by
Mr. Goodman, who has a horse ranch in
the vicinity. There were work horses,
cavalry horses and family pony cayuses
in the lot, and he thinks very good figures
can be realized on them. Oregoniau.
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& Bottling Works ,
Gagen & Sloan, Proprietors.
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Manufacturers of all kinds of car
bonated drinks and ciders. Or
ders filled and shipped on short
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SUMPTER, . . . OREGON