The Sumpter miner. (Sumpter, Or.) 1899-1905, June 03, 1903, Page 15, Image 15

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    Wednesday, June, j, 190$
THE SUMPTER MINER
t
SUMMONS.
In the Circuit Court of the State of Ore
gon, for the Com ty ot Bnker.
w. M. tlUKUN, lining
business us tint Hoi 8)11
Mercantile Company.
naintiit, vsujimoss.
VS.
N. II. THIBAI'LT. I
Defendant. I
To N. II. Thibntilt, tho above
named defendant; lu tho name of tho
State of Oregon, you are hereby
required to appear aud answer tho
complaint died against you in the
above entitled cause by the 15th day
of July, 1003, which is the last day
of tho tlmo prescribed In the order
i ,..........
made by tho County Judgo of Baker
Couty, Stato of Oregon, for tho
publication of this summons; aud If
you fail to so appear aud answer said
complaint judgment will bo takeu
ogaiUHt you for tho sum of Fire
Hundred aud Sixty-Seven aud 41-100
(8607.41) Dollars, aud iutorest
thoreou at tho rato of six per cent
per annum from aud over siuco the
20th day of May, 1003, until paid;
and an order will bu also taken
against you for tho sale upon ex
ecution of tho real property, mluiug
proporty aud persoual proporty
hcrciuafterdcscribed for tho payment
of such judgment as sa id Plulutilf may
recover against you in the above
outitlcd actien: said proporty having
been duly attached in this action hy
tho Slierlir of linker County, Oregon,
on May 20th, lUOIl, and by tho
Slierlir of Urant County, Oregon,
May 27th, l'.HCt, at tho Instance
of Plaintiff to satisfy tho amount of
PlaiuttlfH claim:
Aud you arc hereby uotilled that
on tho 28th day of May, 10011, tho
Honorable V. V. Tinvllllon, County
Judgo of linker County, Oregon,
mado an order that service of
summons lu this action bo mado upon
you by publication of summons aud
that tho dato of tho first publication
of this summons is Juno 3rd, 1003,
and tho dato of tho last publication
there of is July 15th, 1003.
Tho following is a description of
tho real proporty aud mining proporty
which plaintiff will ask to bo sold
or tho paymout of such judgmont
us ho may recover against you,
sltuato iu tho County of linker aud
Stato of Oregon, to-wit:
Tho Dou Juan, Do Do, aud Do Do
No. 2 quartz mining claims, situate
lu Baker County, Stato of Oregon;
tho Dou Juan Mill Site sltuato in
Baker County, Oregon, and con
tiguous to tho quartz mining claims
abovo described: Also tho Susan
D., aud Big Canadian lode or quartz
mining claims sitiato about 1 aud
,l4 miles southwest from tho Dou
Juan quartz mining claim above
described in Tp. 10 S. R. 35 E. W.
M., lu Baker County, Oregon, said
claims adjoiuiug tio Phoonlx miuo;
also tho Belle Villi) quartz mining
claim sltuato about Y milo easterly
from tho, Don Juan quartz mining
claim abovo described. Also the
Ureeuwood water right as located by
Q. T. Kelly and others on the 15h
day of July, 1895, and more par
ticularly described lu the notlco of
location thereof recorded at page 388
of Vol. D, of records of water rights
of Baker County, Oregon ; said water
right being situated lu Baker County,
Oregon.
Together with all the Improvements
thereon, and the tenements, here
ditaments and appurtenances there
unto belonging or in any wise apper
taining to any of said mining claims,
water rights or mill sites, as well as
all rights, privileges aud franchises
therewith connected.
The above named Dou Juan, Do
Do, and Do Do No. 2 quartz mining
claims aud the Dou Juan Mill Site
with Improvements thercou coustltuto
what Is commonly known as the Dou
Juan Mine sltuato on tho slope of
Ureeuwood Gulch about 80 rods
northerly from tho Pnooulx mine iu
Township 10 S. R. 35 E. V. M., In
Biker County, Oregon.
Tho following is a description of
tho personal property above men
tioned aud attached iu this actiou to
satisfy Plaintiff's demaud; tho said
proporty boiug sltuato at tho said
Dou Juau Miuo lu Baker County,
Oregon, to-wit:
One framo otllco building, situ
ated at tho Dou Juau miuo together
with tho contents thereof, consisting
of otllco furulture, gold scales, beds,
etc., as described lu tho Sheriff's
return on tho attachment heroin;
ono small chicken house aud pig pen
combined, also four chickons and
Including all personal property lu
said oftlco, cellar, and chicken houso.
Ouo log boarding bouse, together
with tho contents thereof, consisting
of stoves, dining room furniture,
cooking utensils, aud as the same is
moro fully shown iu said Sherilf's
roturn, nnd including all personal
proporty in said hoarding houso.
Ouo frame hunk houso building,
one cross cut saw, one stove and
pipe, 7 beds, said property being
located iu said bunk houses.
25 cords of wood situated at tho
Dou Juau mill.
Ono 10-stamp mill building, ouo
steam mill ongiuo complete (Erie
make), together with all belts,
pulleys, and all equipments, one 75
horso power (Erie make) boiler, com
plete, encased In stone, together with!
all pipe and all equipments of said
boiler, ouo wood track containing
about 75 feet T. Rail (more or less)
aud ouo wood car; ouo vise, two mill
lamps, ouo hammer, ouo pipe wrench,
ouo gas pipe cutter, ouo gas nlpo
wrouch, ono square, ouo auger, 5 live
gallon cans part filled with eil: ouo
ropo and windlass, ono box old iron
scraps, ono hand lamp (largo size);
ono foedor pump complete for boiler,
ouo heater connected with said
boiler, ouo pick, ouo sledge, ono ax,
ono Willisui Concentrator comploto
including table aud frame, ouo lot of
oro sacks, 18 sacks of concentrates,
2 copper mill plates slzo 0x12 foot;
ono 10-stamp mill comploto with
stamps aud dies Including framo
aud all equipments therewith; 2 live
stamp battaries, ono wrench, ouo lot
of tools, ouo crock aud contains
about 15 pounds of quicksilver; ouo
mortor, ouo gold pan, one straight
wrench, ouo lot of old iron shoes
aud dies, a lot of old tabbets, 2
hoppers or feeders, ouo heating pipo
14 inch aud about 00 feet long, ouo
rock crusher, ono grindstone, ouo ore
car, ouo log chain, ono lot of steel
drills aud underground mining tools
situated iu said oro car; chain
blocks aud rope, 5 boxes of giant
powder, ouo pipo and vice, ono roll
of packing, ouo grludstono, ouo Iron
grisly, all of said property Is located
iu tho mill of said Don Juau miuo,
aud including all personal proporty
iu said mill.
One tramway about 300 foot long
moro or less, 000 feet moro or less
of 2 and M steam pipe, 1200 foot
more or less of T. Rail, GOO fcot
more or less of 0 Inch stovo pipo,
one 1400 pound ore car, all of said
property is located iu said tramway.
One Kuowles pump, ouo 40 horso
power boiler, R. & C. make, one oro
bucket, oue blacksmith shop (log)
one anvil, one bellows, a lot of
blacksmith tools, a lot of old Iron,
one bar of 7 luch steel about 10 feet
long, said property is located iu said
backsmltb shop.
one
heating stove aud pipe.
Ouo assay otllco nnd contcuts,
situated at said Don Juau mine, 5
links of stove pipe, 2 bed steady,
one pair springs, 2 shoovls, one sink,
22 axes, one gold pan, ono hammar,
one bucking board, ono mortar,
one stove aud pipe, ono saw, ouo
wash tub, one square, ouo chair, 10
packages soda, a lot of acid bottles,
one furnace, 2 boxes of pulp, 50
bricks, ono box cuppels,sald property
Is located lu said assay otllco aud tu
cludiug all personal property In said
assay otllce. All of said property
situated at the Dou Juau miuo iu the
Greenhorn district, Baker County,
Oregon.
The following is n description of
tho real property aud mining
proporty attached In said actiou at
tho Instance of Plaintiff by tho
Slierlir of Grant County, Oregon;
said property being situated lu the
County of Grant, State of Oregon,
tewlt:
The May Queen quartz mining
'claim as located by D. I). McLeod
Ion tho 20th day of October, 1001,
i
aud as described iu tho notice of
location thereof recorded lu tho otllco
J of tho County Clerk of Grant
! County, Oregon, In Vol. M., of
j mining records at page II. Said
'claim adjoiuiug northeast end lino
i on the south side lino of the Golden
I Star claim.
Also tho Ollie Van quart, mining
claim as located by James Gillian on
the 1st day of January, 1002, and
as described iu tho notice of
location thereof ice on led In tho
otllco of
the County Clerk of Grant
Oiegou, iu Vol. M. of
County,
mining tecords at page 202 thereof,
said claim being situate about ' of
a mile northeast of tho Dou Juau
mine.
Also the Moscow quartz mining
claim as located by James (Julian
on the 18th day of August, 1000,
aud as described in tho notice of
location thereof of record lu tho
otllco of the County Cleik of Grant
County, Oregon, in Vol. K, at page
400, aud all said abovo described
property attached by tho Sheriff of
Grant County and lying aud being
sltuato in the County of Grant aud
State of Oregon.
CHAS. II. CHANCE,
Attorney for Plaiutitr.
Reduced Summer Excursion Rates.
Tho Denver &. Rio Grande, popu
larly known as the "Scenic Lino of
tho World," has announced greatly
reduced round-trip rates from Paclllu
Coast points for the benefit of teach
ers who will spend their vacation lu
the east, and of delegates to all tho
prominent conventions X. E. A., at
Boston; A. O. U. V., at St. Paul;
B. P. O. E., at Baltliuoio; Woodmen
of America at Indianapolis; Eagles,
at New Vork; Mystic Shrine, at Sara
toga Springs; K. of P., at Louisville,
aud T. P. A., at Indianapolis.
Tickets at tho reduce') rates will bo
based upon ouo faro for tho round
trip, but will bo sold only on certain
days. These tickets will carry stop
over privileges ou tho going trip,
giving passengers an opportunity to
visit Salt Luko City, Glenwood
Springs, Colorado Springs and Den
ver; aud will bo good to roturu any
time within ulnoty (00), days, Pits
songors going via tho Denver & Rio
Grande are given tho privilege of
returning via u d life rent route.
For tho rato to tho point you wish
to go, and for dates of salo aud otbor
particulars, as well as for Illustrated
pamplots, writo
W. C. McBRIDE, General Agent,
124 Third St., Portlaud, Oro.
Ono work shop tucludiug
TIMUER LAND. ACT JUNE i. i88.-t.OTICE FOR
I'UHLICATION.
UnlteJ Statu UnJ Office, I
Li GranJe, Oregon, April io, too). I
Nolle li hereby Riven that In compliance with the
provisions of Ihe act of congress of June i, 18,8, en
tltlej "An act for the sale ot timber lanJs In the slates
of Calllornla, Oregon, Nevaja anj Washington Ter
ritory," as extenJeJ to all the I'uMIc UnJ States by
act of August 4. &)!.
WILLIAM E. DAVIDSON,
of Sampler, countv of Maker, state of Oregon, hat
this Jay tileJ In this oltice Ills morn statement No.
uit, for the purchase of Ihe w !j'n e (, anj n
e !( I I Ji ol section No it, In township
No. i south, range No. )? B w M, anj will otter
proof to show that the lanj sought Is more valu
able fur Its timber or stone than for agricultural
purposes, anj to establish his claim to salJ lanJ be
fore Charles II. Chance, U. S. commissioner, at
Sumpter. Oregon, on SaturJay, the nth Jay of
July, io).
He names as witnesses: Ernest L Manning,
Lawrence At Welsh, Robert Marr, anj Thomas W.
DavlJson, all of Sumpter. Oregon.
Any anJ all persons claiming aJversely Ihe above
JescrlbeJ lanJs are reo.uesteJ to file their claims In
this office on or before sal J nth Jay of July,
igo.
F. W. Rarubtt, Register.
TIMUER UNI), ACT JUNE i. 1878-NOTICU for
I'UIUICATION.
UnlteJ Slates LanJ office, )
La UranJe, Oregon,
Alarch it, looi. 1
Notice Is hereby given that In compliance wlih the
provisions of the act ot congress of June 1, 18,8, en
tltlej "An act for the sale ol timber Ian Js In the states
of California, Oregon, Nevada anJ Washington Ter
rllory," as eaten JeJ to all the Public LanJ slates by
act ot August t, i8gi,
ZACIIARV S. CARD,
of Mnnpter, countv of llaker, stale of Oregon, has
Ihls Jav hteJ In this oltice his sworn statement No,
aihj lor Ihe purchase of lots 1 anj 4 anj
e'i twfot Section No. ?ln Township No. to South
Range No. i II W , anj will otter prnol to show
that the lanJ sought Umoie aluabte lor lis timber or
stone than lor agricultural puiposes. anJ to establish
his claim 10 miIJ I.111J beloie Charles II. Chance, U.
S. commissioner, at Sumplrr, Oregon, on Aion
Jav, the einj Jay of June, luui
Me names as witnesses: Thomas Moore, Rov
Miller. Daniel W. Wilbur, lrn Jelliles. all of
Sumpter, Oregon.
Any anJ all prisons claiming aJversely Ihe abuse
JescrlbeJ lanJs aie reijuestr J lo tile llielr claims In
this ofliie on or beloir sal t iinj Jav of June, luni.
I. W. llAPUUr. Register.
TIMUER LAND7ACT JUNE ). ib"t8. NOIICU I OK
PUIlLlC.MION.
tlnllej Stales I anj Oltice, I
I a (iranJe, Oregon, Apill 10, io. I
Notice Is hereh) given that In compliance Willi Ihe
provisions ot the .lit of iongirjs ol June 1. 1878, en
IllleJ "An act fur Ihe silent Unit er lanJs In the stales
ol Cailtoinla, Oiegon, NrtaJa anj Washington Ter
rlioiv," as extenJeJ to all the Public I an J stales by
actol August 4. 181K,
JOHN MCPHERSON,
of Sumpter. county of llakei, Male of Oregon,
has this Jay tileJ In this olhce his sworn statement
No iiu.Utr the purchase ol then )i ),' sejf sw)
anj nw'l self ot sec No. 8 In township No. to south,
range nu. 17 11 iv n, ana win oner Tool in snow
thai Ihe lanJ sought Is more 'valuable lor Its
timber or stone than lor agricultural purposes, anj
to establish his claim to sa7j lanJ before Lhas. II.
Chance, U. S. Commissioner, at Sumpter, Oregon,
on SaiurJay, the nth Jay of July, 1 vi
de names as witnesses: (ienrg Wlnbnrg, lien
Jellrles, 7achary S. (iarJ, .Martin l. loss, all of
Sumpter. Oregon
Any anJ all persons claiming aJversely the above
JescrlbeJ lanJs are requesteJ to file llielr claims In
this oltice on or before salJ itlh Jayof Julv, too)
E. W. llAklUIT. Register.
TIMItR UNO, ACT JUrU 3. IIM.-N0TICI HM
PUIUCATION.
UnlteJ Stairs lanJOIlice,
lOllice, )
, O egon.
ICll IC, ly. )
La iiraiue, u
maich 10, tif,
Notice Is hereby given that In compliance wild the
provisions of Ihe act ol congress ol June 1. 1878, en
tlllej "An act for Ihe sale ol timber lanJs In the stales
ol Calllornla, Oregon, Nevaja anj Washington Ter
ritory," as eatrnJr J lo all the I'ubllc LanJ states by
act ol August 4, 18-ji,
JOHN O. P. YEAC.ER.
ol Sua pter, county ol Maker, slate of Oregon, has
Ihls Jjy MeJ In this olhce his sworn statement No.
atuoforlhe purchase ot ihe e X t w ' anj lull
j anj 4 ol section No. iq, In township No 11
south, range No. 8 I! W M, anJ will offer proof
to show that the lanJ tough! Is mote valu
able for Its llmbtr or sloiie lhan for agricultural
purposes, anJ to establish his claim to salJ lanJ
before Chas. II. Chance, U. S. Commissioner, at
Sum pier, Oiegon, on AtonJay, the Bill Jay ol June,
1001,
lie names as witnesses! Van Rennselaer Mead,
William A. (iirrn, Ralph AleaJ, George Wright, Sr.,
all ol Sumplrr, Oregon.
AnyanJ all persons claiming aJversely Ihe above
JescrlbeJ lanJs are reuuesleJ 10 file their claims In
this olhce on or before salJ 81I1 Jav of June, tgo.
I:. '". llAUUMT. Register,
TIMUER UNI), ACT JUNE 1, iM-.soticu I OR
I'UHLICATION.
UnlteJ Stales LanJ Office,
La (iranJe, Oregon, April to, 1001
Notice Is hereby given thai In compliance with the
provisions of the act ot Congress ol June 1. 1878, en
tltlej "An act lor the sale of tkubrr lanJs In the
States of California, Orrgon, Nevaja anJ Washing
ton Territory," as extenJeJ to all the I'ubtlc LanJ
States by act ol August 4, i8v,
JAMES R. LANDRETH,
ol Sumpter, county ol llaker. State ol Oregon,
has this Jay lilei In this oflice his sworn state
ment NO i.for the purchase ol the n Jj ne M an J
1 w ),' n e !j sectlo No. 14, anj nw M nwjf , ol sec
tion No. j In township No. 9 South, range No.
17 C W M; anj will oner wool to show that
the lanJ sought Is more valuable lor Its Umber or
stone than lor agricultural purposes, anj 10 establish
hit claim to saljlanj before (.has. II. Chance, U,
S. Commissioner at Sumpter, Oregon, on SaturJay,
Ihe nth Jay ol July, 1001.
He names as witnesses: Martin II. Mercer,
Samuel L. Campbell, William E. DavlJson, Ej. HuJ
son, all ot Sumpler, Orrgon.
Any anJ all persons claiming aJversely the above
JescrlbeJ lanJs are requesleJ to tile their claims In
this olhce on or before salJ nth Jay of July, to.
. . E. W. Uaututt, Register,