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About The Sumpter miner. (Sumpter, Or.) 1899-1905 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 12, 1900)
Wednesday, December 12. 1900
JOHN J. I'l-NIIAI.I:,
In 1,000,000 shares of the
par value of Fifty Cents
Each. Treasury Stock
(Grn. Mb'. Hunker Hill (inlj ,MnK. Co.)
SUMI'll II. UMUOS
(I'ri'ilJctl ( lilz-t-ns Hunk)
R. C. PlNTI.ANI),
FULL PAID AND NON-ASSESSABLE
THE SUMPTER MINER
GOLD AND COPPER STRIKE
DEVELOPMENT Thorough tunnel exploiatlon of Gold and Copper ledge, in which remarkably rich values
were obtained, demonstrates that the ledge is over 40 feet in width. This absolutely assures the fact of the
Gri.zK mine becoming one of the largest wealth producers in the Sumpter District.
ADVANCE IN PRICE OF STOCK We have promised many prospective purchasers to give due notice of
advance in price of stock. Un Monday, December 17, 1900, the price of Treasury stock, both on all cash and in
stallment plan basis, will be raised to Tl:N Cl-NTS Pkr Shake. Due notice will be given of subsequent advances.
Until Monday, December 17, 1900, the sale of stock will continue at Six Cents per share.
IOOO Shares at 6 cents per share : : : : :
payable $10 down and $10 per menth until paid,
blocks of stock on pro rata scale.
For Prospectus and Further Information, address,
ntrcMCNCca: r.i n r Hummii Hummih, o
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Grizzly Gold Mining Co., Sumpter, Ore.
these people here. 'I he Northwest is now
just becoming known in the east." D.
(i. Uoubleday in Portland Telegram.
( !o!d at the Head of Grande Ronde.
(i. II. Heck, a prospector who has spent
the past summer and (all in the Blue
THIS CHUM' NJRTHVKSr.
No Other JVdion Will )vlopSo Rapidly
During lie Next )tcSt.
"No oilier sc 'I mi of lie Western Hem
Ispliere il'l ser u.h in irked .icllvltv in
""' develop i.t 01 u.thii .1 tesoiiues dur- immt;ilns, was in the city yesterday
Un; me lies.' ilu tile is ine counirv lying
west of St P11 1 'o Si. I. "ins on the south,
westward and "III In Hit coiilmes of the
I'.ullic Co 1st mi, I , 1 s.i. I iloulu (
f ere Is aiiotiiri t i. .. hi the world (hat
h is seen more pr igre made In the pro
i' iitiouof u.nii I wr.il' i ill in this same
r pisi thiee ve.irs, and
In- ilv commenced.
e ni and of the Old
.mil t niitr ml tinni 'ill
,ne .-.v looking to this
no nr- e-kers are at this
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p rsou gnlnit t
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his way to San Francisco. He reported
having put in a verv pleasant season, as
the climate was delightful, the hunting
and fishing e.NCrlleut, while "llo.it" and
other evidences of the presence of gold
were atiundaiit. He and his partner found
a lo-foot ledge of quartz which assays
prove worth 54 per ton, so he Is satisfied
with the financial results of his efforts.
They found time to tunnel in a distance
of 50 feet, and are therefore confident of a
permanent ledge. "There Is lots of gold
ahout the head of the Grande Ronde," he
said, "hut there is very little show for a
poor man in the placers, as the water has
long since been taken up and the gold is
of the Hour order, being very line." He
mentions one large placer mine, the Camp
f'.ltsoil. wllifll li:is 37 I'l.'llms III I'mmr.'.
I ilir Northwest agrl- ,, giants were In operation on
11 I iiisecuted rerre
iv Mie ,'iissllillliies,
i 1 'i.et slates aie
' 'lie gre.ilest pro-
il In- Union. The
ot lumbering and
-1I1 ii)sstnlilies aie
t 11 mouths I have
n!e i r trips acioss the
len 'Inn forcing itself
rtrn lection of travel,
asn ion (hat for every
in l:r cisco and other
10 t 10 hive come to
P'llhnd, Soiti. ind lUaoe, The re.i
s 11 Is found I" "e visi 1 i.-t of mijevel
o ed roui'tii .i t i'v to these
points, .Till J .. nils ,id rrtl.liig by the
Luge Inte'ests I .runieut.il in building up
and promoting roo'mrt ,ls whit brines
these diggings last season, and as many
as 100 men were employed. The mines
belonged to a French company, have
recently been bought out by a local firm
which w ill probably run them ne.t sum
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Com'l Agent Ills. Cent. R. R.
421 Third St., Portland, Oregon,
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