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About The Sumpter miner. (Sumpter, Or.) 1899-1905 | View Entire Issue (June 10, 1903)
Wednesday, June 10, 1903
THE SUMPTER MINER
THE PULASKI GOLD MINING
AND MILLING COMPANY.
CAPITAL STOCK $150,000.
PAR VALUE IO CENTS PER SHARE.
TREASURY 500,000 SHARES for DEVELOPMENT ONLY
Early lu Miiy wo cnllod your nttontion to the fnct of the Issue of the first block of 100,000 shares of Treas
ury stock, uud tlmt the sumo was placed on the market
AT A- CENTSPER SHARE
Wo stated tlmt wo presented ns SURE a paying investment a Ih offered in any mining district. Wo culled
uttoutlou to our capitalization, nave our average assays up to that time, and tho opinion of our General Man
agor, W. E. Sanders, who stated, "I consider tho Pulaski equal to tiny property I have ever had anything to do
with, uud with dorolopinout believe it will liecomo a iiiit.e." The last contract of fifty feet is about completed
and although still '200 foot from tho main load, with a epth of thirty-throe feet, average assays gave $1.20,
81.00, 81.00, 82.30, SI. TO, 82.40, 8IU0, 82.20, ei.0 ntil 81.00. Assayors- -Bobbins & Bobbins, McKwcn
& McEwen. Tho foregoing justify tho opinion of tho management that we will make a mine of the Pulaski.
A now contract for ilfty additional feet will bo lot in a few days. Tho mine has lieou furnished
with nil necessary equipment up to date. A largo number of citizens of Sumpter have visited tho property,
only one mile from town, sampled the dumps, had their own assays made, and showed their confidence
in tho outcome by buying blocks of stock.
For further particulars writo for our "Epitome of Facts." Stock may bo purchased on tho Installment
plau by paying thirty per cent down, balance lu two monthly payments. Wishing to establish agencies,
thoso applying for same should send roforouco with application. All orders for stuck should state tho amount
of shures to bo purchased, whether on tho installment plan or not, and should bo accompanied by bunk draft or
post oftlco ordor.
Bankers The First National Bank of Sumpter.
Address all communications to
J. H. MacCallunn, Secy.
Reference Any Bank, Business Firm or Corporation in Sumpter.
ROAD A GO.
Viewers Appointed and Report
to be Made Within Few
At tho mooting of tho county com
missioners bold Inst wook tho survoy
for tho road botwoon Sumpter and
tho liurut River rnlloy was ordered,
uud V. K. Mead nud John. Doau woro
uppolutod as vlowors to co-operato
with County Surveyor Foster in
formulating a report to tho
Tho work of viewing and survey
lug the route is to bo takon up as
soon as the county surveyor com
pletes a few other matters now on
band. This it is stated will bo
-within the next few days, and it la
the intention to start building the
road at the earliest possible moment.
Outside of the assistance which
the Burnt River people will render
Sumpter Is putting up the main bulk
of the funds for the construction of
the highway. This money has
practically all been raised, aud work
can be started as soon as the viewers'
report is in
Improvements At Greenhorn City.
Mining Engineer Haas, who re
turned a day or so ago from a trip
through tho Greonhorns, says that
groat improvements aro being m ado
lu the Uroonhoru City in tho way of
planking and grading stroots. Tho
main thoroughfare of tho town has
been graded, aud other work done.
Tho presumption Is that Groouboru
is gottlug ready to celobrato the
Four Hundred Feet of Tunnel Work at
Alpine in Cove.
II. W. Nelson, superintendent of
tho Alpluo mine in tho Cable Cove
district, closod a contract yesterday
for 400 foot of tuuuol on tho lower
Tho No. 2 lovol is now in .'125 foot,
aud it is ostimutod that thoro is yet
about 200 foot to drivo boforo tho
main ledge of tho group Is roachod.
Suporinteudeout Nelson was In the
city a couple of days this wook aud
reports satisfactory progress at the
property. The mill which wbb
ordered by Colonel Oayson, geuoral
manager of the company, in Sau
Francisco Bomo time ago, Is expected
to arrive soon.
Machinery For Alamo Will
Arrive in a Few Days.
Preached la Baker City.
Dr. William II. Heppe, D. D.,
filled the pulpit of Rev. J. R. N.
Bell, of the first Presbyterian church,
Baker City, Sunday, In the absence
of the latter ' who delivered tho
baccalaureate sermon at the com
mencement exerlcses of tho Weston
Stato normal school on this date.
J. P. McGuignu, superintendent of
tho Alamo, returned yestorduy from
Spokane, nud loft at ouco for tho
property. Whllo away ho onlorod
tho niHchinory for a saw mill of 10,
000 foot a duy capacity. It Is ox
pocted to arrive tho last of tho week,
and Superintendent McGiiiegu states
that ho will have tho mill running
within tho next ten or twelve days.
Tho plant is to bo oporated by wator
power, furnished by water conducted
by a ditch one aud a quarter miles
long from Clear crook. A force Is
now at work cloarlng tho right of
Tho specifications for the stamp
mill to bo orocted have been
submitted to tho dllforout machinery
companies aud bids aro now being
received. This will be ton stamps
in the beginning with a frame for
twenty, and this plant will also be
operated by water power.
WORK AT IMPERIAL.
Ready to Ship When Roadt Arc in Con
dition. Captain Paul, suporlntendont of
tho Imperial, was in from the proper
ty this week. lie has a force of mou
doing outside work at the mine,
and will put on a full crew with
iu tbe'J noxtj ten days. Tho first
work to bo done, he states, when the
full crew Is put on will ho to sink a
wlnzo on tho Imperial tunnel.
ilo is ready to ship and will do so
just as soon us tho Cable Cove road
Is repaired so equitable freight
charges can bo obtained. During
his visit last week County Com
missioner Brooks went ovor tho road,
aud holp from this direction Is ex
pected. WORK ON CALIFORNIA MILL.
Will be in Operation bv July 25, Say
Work was started yesterday on
the construction of tho reduction
plant at tho California, and Manager
Bellman states that he hopes to have
tho plant lu operation by tho 25th
of July. The machinery has been on
tho ground for sumo time, and it is
tho purpose to place it iim speedily
High values contmuo In tho No. 1
lovol which is being drlveu for tho
rich shoot opened on tho siirfaco
somo time ago. It seems evident
that an immense zono of eurichmeut
will bo encountered at this point,
which Is the theory long hold by
L. B. Reedor, of Pendleton, Great
Stato Sachem of tho Red (Men,
visited the local trlbo this week.
Monday ovonlng tho lodgo iu con
junctlou with tho Degreo of Poca
honuts gave it social session lu honor
of tho visitor.