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About The Sumpter miner. (Sumpter, Or.) 1899-1905 | View Entire Issue (July 15, 1903)
Wednesday, July 15, 190$
THE SUMPTER MINER
Getting; Out Timber and Pre
paring for Winter Work.
Mauagor Costollo, of tho Storm
Kiug, operated by tbo Forest Milling
company, is in from the miuo today.
He baa, he states, a forco of men
at work getting out timbers and
lagging preparatory to winter opera
tions. He expects to drive botween
1,000 and 2,000 foot on tho threo
lodges during the fall and winter.
On tho McKinley and Roosovolt,
paralleling the Storm King and
oporatod by tho Advauco, an
associated company, Mr. Costollo
states that two shifts are at work. A
150 crosscut will bo driven to tap
tho lodge at a depth of 2G0 feet.
Tho ledge has sovon feet of oro
between walls, four feet of which
runs from $15 to 20.
Mr. Costollo says that a few days
ago WUIoy aud Aklus located a
claim ou Sloau mountain, Cablo
Cove, near tho Storm King, whore
a lodgo had not boon suspootod. Tho
rock shows rich gold sulphides,
and they traced tho load throughout
tho ontiro length of tho claim. Tho
mountain is lltorallly packoed with
Oro, 110 8BJ-B.
EPISCOPAL CHURCH TO BE OPENED
shaft, howover, was traceed up aud is
expected hero at once.
r The laboratory aud BKay ollico
have been completed, aud tho com
pauy Is now ready to do all work
coming uuder this bend. It has tho
: agency for tho Elmoro oil con
ceutratiug process, aud all np-to-diito
methods will bo employed. Ores
will bo treated, tested or biiudled
on a cash basis, aud It Is stated that If
I tho busiuess justifies tho plaut will
i bo lucroased in capacity to suit tho
demands. Owing to tho situation and
arrangomeut of tho building this
can be douo with but little addi
Inaugural Strvlcci Will be Held Sunday
Tbo Episcopal church on Auburn
and Bonanza streets, has been com
pleted, and the opening servloo will
be held Sunday evening at 8 o'clock,
itov. Dr. Heppo will deliver tho
sermon. All tho otbor churches in
the city will bo closod aud the
ministers will participate iu tho
An Episcopal Sunday school will
bo orgaulzed Sunday aftornoon at .1
o'clock. This hour was soloctod so
as not to conlllct with tbo othor
Sunday schools lu the city.
WORK AT COUGAR.
Will Start Shipping Soon Mill in Com
The Cougar, iu tho Granite district,
owned by Messrs. Larkln and Evans,
of Spokane, resumed operations
last week. A strong forco of men
was put to work ou the proporty, with
Frank MoCarvel as foreman.
It is stated that tho company will
push development work and begin
shipping at an early date. Arrange
ments are also being made to put the
mill in commission shortly.
Will be Ready to Operate in
A Few Days.
The Sumpter Sampling and Testing
Works, owned by MoEwen, Arthur
and MoEwen, will probably start
operation the last of the week.
The principal part of the machinery
has been placed and the plant could
have sarted work before this, but
owing to the faot that the line shaft
got misplaced in Portland the matter
of starting has been delayed. The
WORK ON THE
S. V. EXTENSION.
Part of Right of Way Cleared,
Grading to Start Soon.
William Chappoll,, ouo of tho
stockhholdors iu tho Listen Lake iu
tho MoNamoo district, cumo in from
tho proporty yosterdiiy aud roportod
that work on tho extension of tho
Sumpter Valloy railroad beyond
Whltuoy Into tho Uroouhorns is
rapidly progressing. He says that
right of way has been elenrod from
Whitney to tho top of Hurut Klver
hill, a distauco of about eight miles.
A good portion of tho ties havo
boou gottou out aud collected.
Further, bo states, that tho hording
cars havo boou pulled iuto Whltuoy,
and it is learned that gradlug la to
begin at an early date.
Tho oxtouslon, it Is understood,
will bo about twolvo miles iu length,
but it Is not stated definitely whoro
tho terminus will bo. Tho now piece
of road, howovor, it is thought, will
go wltblu a short distauco of tbo
Llstou Lake proporty aud furnish an
outlet for Its oro.
The following instruments were filed
at the Bakur county court house during
the week ending July 14, 1903.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Oct. 23, '01 David Copping and
wifo to D. P. llradloy aud wife, lot
2 block 0, Sumtpor; 9700.
Juno 0 F. H. Urabuer and wife
to J. R. Shook and wife, 335 acres
i'n Soecs. 27 and 31 Tp. 11 R. 43 E;
and iu Sees. 10 aud 30 Tp. 10 R.
44 E; 98,000.
July 7 Jas. M. Malouoy aud
wifo to Jos. H. Kauffman, lot 4
block 2, St. Louis adn to Sumpter;
July 13 W. S. Rowers and wife
to E. L. Sullivan, blook U of DeRoos
and to Baker City; 9700.
July 13 A. J McCorkle to Emlee
McLean Carriage Co., one mountain
Isaac Hewitt and wife to First
National bank, Baker City, 600
Judgment F. J. Hewitt favor O.
R. & N. Co., coats; 910,.
Judgment W. H. Kelly, W. A.
Sanders and W. D. McMillan, favor
E. Adorns, costs and 95.
Attachment Cbas. Liebenstein vs.
Combination Gold Mining Co.,
amount of advertising, United
Bullion group of quartz claims
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