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About The Sumpter miner. (Sumpter, Or.) 1899-1905 | View Entire Issue (July 15, 1903)
THE SUMPTER MINER
Wednesday, July 15,1903
$J00 IN COBALT
I. At STANDARD.
Recent ' Assays Show
Value To Ton.
PROPERTY ALL RIGHT.
Mr. Heath, Representing Chicago People,
Advises Invetmer.t in Thii Property
Copper Ridge Beats Cripple Creek
From Victor to Bull Hill Ruby and
Juniper Alone Big Propositions Ore
Germany it aolla nt 82.25. Tho
tnangoment of tho company aaaumos,
atrlklng a low avorugo, that tho
cobalt will run at leant flvo per cent,
which will glvo a raluo in this motel
ulouo of 8100 a ton. On tho baals
of thorough and ayatomtalo aaaaya,
tho gold, copper and platinum
valuoa will perhaps doublo tho
average. Conporvatlvoly, howovor,
It aeoma to be at leant 8ir0.
Whilo no estimate linn bcou placod
on tho platinum rccontly oucountored
in tho Kuby vein, It Ih stated
boyoud any ucation tills raro motal
oxIhIh in commercial quantities.
Called (or Monday, July 20. to
election to voto on tho pro
portion of iaatiing 815,000 worth
of municipal IioikIh to conatruct a
aowor ayatom, naa lioon called for
. Monday, July 20. Tho call apoclfloa
N. l Heath, of Denver, an old I tho following voting placea:
Cripple (Jrook mining Minn in thoj City Hall, for ward No. 1; aamplo
Intoroat of Chicago capital, viallod room on Mill atroet, oppoaito Hotel
tho Htaudurd laat week to luvoatlgato j Kiimptor, ward No. 2; Mra. A moll 'a
tho property rulatlvo to edvialug Ida 1 building, Mill atroet, corner of
people whether or not to invent. Hiimptor, ward No. .'I; Chemical No
Mr. Heath ia very aaiigiiluo icgardlug
tho Htandard, and aaya ho haa ad viced
hla people to double the ainoiiuta
originally contemplated in Htandard
atock. In an Interview with a Miner
reproanntatlvo, Mr. Heath atated tho
"I m udo a thorough iuvcatlgatlou
of tho property, and from tho
objective point of a man who ia by
no meana a tenderfoot in tho mining
liualneaa, I atato that tho Standard
la one of tho higgoat propoaltioua in
tho camp. I am familiar with the
1, (Iraiilto atreet, ward No. 4.
There la very little oppoaition
expreaaeil toward the movement, and
it la generally conceded that tho
IioikIh will bo voted almoat tiiiani-nioualy.
Being Driven to Catch
Ledges ol Property.
(1. II. Lucko, of Portland, and
II. V. Coiiaor, of Chicago, ownera of
Hi.. 1'riit'liliiiiim ifinmt Ifi llui frimtrn.
Cripple Creek dlatrlot, and I have i rillw .n.,.,.,., ,.. i i, u i.
Haying that tlieroj ,..,..., ,.,. .,,. ,ln.i ttrt, ,
property. The group haa live clalma
in It, and la aituatcd near tho St.
A croaxcut, now In 15.'l feet, ia
no liealtauoy In Haying that there
la more ore in Copper Itldgo
than there ia from Victor to'
Hull Hill in Cripple Creek. Thla ,
may aooiu like a wild atatement, bull
I think I know what I am talking'
about. Tho proposition la vitally i
larger than haa over boon represented
by tho maniigomoiit. Kor iiiHtiiuce,
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Hint' t.iii i.iiiij- flllll IIIIIIMM It'llltS
Theae in thomxolvca are big thlnga '
not to mention tho other veiua. All
item of vaal importauco in favor of Nebrl,ka PtopU Said to be at Head ol
lie nioriy ih iiiiii u can ne worKCii
very cheaply, and the rich ore of
being driven to catch both ledgea of
the property. One of theao la llvo
feet and tho other eight. Hot Is allow
A GROUP OF
In Cable Cove District 3
p Will Be Sold Cheap.
Three Well Defined
E Ledges. Surface Val- 3
E ues Ranging from $20 2
Up. Assessment Work
for This Year Com- 2
pleted. A Good Prop-
osition. ,j & &
E For Particulars, Terms, &, Address 3
SAWMILL IN BURNT RIVER.
will certainly luaiiro
"It ia not a one metal proportion.
Theio la gold In paying ipiautitiea,
copper, cobalt and leceut dovlcop
meiita have revealed platinum in the
Kuby vein in commeicial iMiautiliea.
I came heie to inveatlgate. I have
done ao, and advlaed my people to
carry all tho Htandard atock they
can pocalbly alford to."
A dellnile ciiucluaiou mih i cached
laat week in rgeanl to the cobalt
tallica encountered in the Staiidaid
veiua. Tho aaaayer on the property,
Mr. Irvine, atatea that theao range
from two to forty per cent. Thla
metal la worth commercially 81 a
pound. In the protoxide form In
I It la underatood that a company
I made up of Nebraaku people will
build a aawmill in tho lluriit ltiver
valley at an early date. Tho dolluito
location waa not learned, but It ia
atated that the mill will bo
thoroughly up-to-date with a daily
capacity or 50,000 fyct.
Tlicao people are aaid to have a good
body of timber in tho Hurnt Hlvor
legion, and that they mean to begin
operatioua in a abort time.
Ice Cream! Ice Cream!
On, and each day after May 1st
the renowned Ilazolwood Ico Cream
and Ice Cream Soda will bo had at
Sturglll'a. 10 centa a dish, 25
ceuta per pint.
a FOR SALE BY
Quarts and Placer Loca-' tih-
tions, Tunnel Claim and T HE
Water Right Locations, C nyo-pr-o
Proof of Labor, Affidavit bUI lr I tK
of Discovery Work IVIIMCO
mining Deed, Option to I IIINOx
Purchase, Quit Claim
Deed, Lease j j j j
New Merchant Tailor
MILL STREET, OPPOSITE BANK OF SUMPTER
I Have Received a Large and Elegant Line of Suitings
and Trouserings for Coming Season, Which You are Kindly
Invited to Inspect. Truly Vours,
. i 41 CHARLES GEE