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THE SUMPTER MINER
Wednesday, July 15, 190
The Sumoter Miner
PUIILUHBII HVIRV WEDNESDAY BV
T. a. OWYNNI:. EDITOR
knlprea at Hi pottufflce In Sumpter, Oregon, for
IrantmMI'jn through lh mail a mond elm
ALWAYS IN ADVANCH.
Tlinnt Iiiih boon h very nntiililo
ndvaucn In Hid (HvIiIdiiiIh ltulurtil
for tint month (if ilium liy iiiIiiIiik
ooiicorim. Gold mill copper urn tho
lending iiiiitiilit will In rillvor and
limil hIkiw 11 ilooliluil gain. In nil
olghty-tliroo iiiIiioh paid divldendx
willed HiiHHiiitiNi tn ir.,(;uri,!!M,
or niiiiitiiiiii pur cunt of tint total for
Hid wliolii iiiiiinriil liuliiHtry.
It would hooiii I hat .1. II. Fink,
iiilnornlogiHt, wiih a littlii oir when
tint hiIvIhoiI tlm Clitrko and Lew In
KxiihI timi coiiiiiiitti) on minim tlial
"tlm I'nrlxitiiitH, magnet lien, franklin
Hhmh, lliiinnltiiM mill cliriitiiilort of
iron no will attract ureal iitliinlion
from tho great Iron workorn of tho
world, mid Uikhii alone urn worth
inoro for exhibition lliaii nil our
gold won and hIioiiM Im carefully
arranged and proierly labeled".
Themi oroii may lio Iniiiipnitniit
enough Imi they hardly rank (inilly
with tint gold or" f Hi" Hluto.
It Ik predicted liy many who urn
lu 11 position tn Hieak udvlnodly In
tlm matter that tho prcnoont In
activity In tlm varlollH liidtiHtrial
HtoukH, iinmiiri 11 turning of capital In
tho direction of milling. Ami in
fact thoro Ih much evidence to
Hiipport the liiillnf that already ill
vi'Mlorn who hitherto looked tiikauco at
mining urn giving thin IndiiMtry hoiiio
attention. The mail who iicIh with
good judgment, iiinployH liiiMiuoHri
metliodrt in mining can nearcely llnd
a 1110111 prolltalilii Hold. With
adequate roHiiurcoK to begin with,
mill ordinary homo hoiiho, mining
olforH luitlor return right today than
any other iniliirilry.
ANTHONY MOHR HOME.
Plenty ol Monty (or Good Mining Prop
crtio, He Sayi.
Anthony Mohr returned Sunday
from n thirty ilayri' trip cant In tho
IntoroHl of no vein I cutorprlHcri which
he roproHoutri. Ho Mate that a
delegation of capilallHlH Ih expected
hero in 11 Hhort time to luvcntigiito a
nuiultoi of proposition with u view
to liivoHtinont. On account of the
many got rich quick ncbcinon, ho
riayn, thoro In 11 (llnponltlon on tho
pHrt of iiihii With money to porHOually
look into thi'HO mutter, hut that a
good proporiitlon will got a hearing
without dllllculty, and thoro in a
decided loaning toward mining in-
VHt 11)011 til.
Whllo Hway Mr. Mohr uttonded
the Ht. LouU about, which wna
mentioned In h former Ihhuo, mid
acquitted hiniHolf with honor. He
wan noooiiiiiipHiiitHl homo by Mm.
Mohr, who tutu hoou vUltlug bor old
home In tho oaitt.
Flynn Property Sold.
Tho J. 11. MacCallum company
thin wcok nold tho Iioiiho and lot on
ColumbU utreot, opponito tho
I'ronbytorliui church, owned liy
liorimnl Flynn, to Mm. P. M. Kdlln.
FIRST PAYMENT ON
Shaft Being; Pumped Out and
Operations to Proceed.
Tho MrHt piiymont on tho Forty
Nino Jlmmlo in tho Oronnhoru
diHtrict, wiih mode tho latter part of
hint wuok. Tho property was bonded
to ThonifiH Motiwen, and Colonel
K. H. ToppiiiK and Grant Thorubiirg
are iiIho IntorHoted in tho trmiHiictiou.
It in ntated that Colonel Topping
will probably hhhuiiio actiro
iiiiiiiiiKumout of the mine.
The preliminary work of pumping
out the nhiift wiih ntarlod yoHtorday,
and it Ih the purpoxo of tho coin
puny to continue sinking on tho rich
tolltirldn vein. Tho property ban
another vein, n continuation of tho
Iluiubolt and the name on which
the Huinboldt'H hnlHtlug plant Ih
located, not over thirty feet from
the Forty-Nino Jimmio'H end Hiioh.
Thin vein Iiiih twenty-two IiicIioh of
tf II) rock, mid hIx IiicIioh of tollurlde
ore, the lowi'Ht iiHHiiy from which
gave 100 to the ton and from that
into the tlioUHiiudH.
Organization Perfected Last
Night With Mayor McCoI-
A Hiicloty to be known iih tho South
ern Historical and Literary Socioty,
of Kiimptor, wiih organlm! last iiiftlit
in tho olllco of Mayor McColloch and
the following olllcorH wore olected:
I'ri'Hliient, Mayor C. II. McColloch;
Hccrotury, T. ti. (iwyunii; treasurer,
.Senator VV. 11. Ilolinon.
('halrmiin McColloch appointed the
MetiiborHhip, It. II. Kemp V. II.
HoliHon, Itov. .1. M. Wilder, and W.
I). II. Dodson; coiiHtitution mid by
lawn, T. (1. (Iwyuuo, J. W. Conuollii
mid W. 11. Holwon.
A communication wan road from
Secrotiiry Corroll, of tho Maker City
society, inviting the Sumpter organi
zation to participate In a picnic to bo
hold at tho "l'lnes", nine miles from
lluakr City, Friday. It wiih Hinted
In tho letter that tho ordinal
Intention wiih to hold thin picnic
near Kumpter, but owing to tho fact
that the Humptor Valley ltallroad
company refused to make a satis
factory rate, It had to be hold near
linker. Tho secretary whh Instructed
to Inform the Hlntor society that oil
account of the distance It would not
lie possible for tho Smupter con
tingent to participate lu a body.
Tho matter of holdiiiK a joint
picnic wbh what hariteuod the
organization of the Sumpter South
ertieni. Lat. Sunday, J. W. Headen,
city odlotr of the llalter City Herald,
Dr. Will JmUmoii ami C. II. Stuller,
were here to urgo action with thia
oud In view, and also to have a
Sumpter body of Southerners who
would act In concert at future
gouoral Rathering or celebrations.
The object of tho organization aa
stated by Mayor McColloch u to
form ii non-partisan society of people
from the south to promote good
fellowship and perpetuate southern
memories. Tho requisite to membor-
ship is southern birth. Rev. Wilder
stated that bo thought beyond any
question ho was eligible, sinco he
hlmsolf was a natlvo of Kontucky,
with a Kentucky ancestry dating
back 400 vcars more or less. Ho
camo by his tiamo in a peculiar
way, ho said. His great, great, great
undo bad been captured by the
Indians, or Home other hostllo pooplo.
Ho gave them such a race that thoy
dubbed him Wild. Later they
captured his groat, great groat grand
father, who was still moro fleet of
foot, and bo was named Wilder.
So tho namo bad clung to tbo
family Wlldors from tho wilds of
Arraugomouts woro discussed for
giving a banquet to consist of yarns,
'possum, porsimmouB, jonny cako
with "cawn llokor" ou thosldo at an
early date. The socioty adjourned
to moot Monday evening, July 27.
Work Started This Week to
J. W. Duckworth, known to famo
iih tho locator of tho North Polo,
Htarted work Moday on tho Astorln
group, in tho Cracker Crook
diHtrict, owned by Ed Houser. Tbo
group contains three claims, tbo
Astoria, Mountain Lion aud Itond.
Tho Mouutaiu Lion abutn on tho
end linos of tho Great American,
owned by (1 raves lirothors, ou which
tho rich strlko was roceuly niado,
and tho claims contain a continuation
of tho same lodge. Tho U lesson and
Doau proporty known as tho
Iluckoyo group Is also ou tho samo
load, mid tho rich ore iiuoovorod in
thlH locality has bad tbo effect of
stimulating development work to
a groat extent.
Ou the Mouutaiu Lion claim Mr.
Duckworth has Htarted a tunnel somo
:i00 feet from the end lino of tho
Oroat American and will oxploro
tbo ledge in its direction.
Miller cap protectors. T. G. Harrison
agent (or Baker, Grant and Union
DR. PEARCE A ANDERSON
Physicians and Surgeons
tUMPTIR OINCRAL HOSPITAL
. . , Office. Main li.
Ttltphon hospital Main lt.
K. K. HOHSON.
Civil and Mining Engineer.
U. S. Deputy Mlntril Surveyor tor Oregon, En
gineer lor the City ol Sumpter.
UaferirtMi fitiat terii. Ilea Prlatlaf
QHAS. H. CHANCE
ATTORNEY AT LAW '
Cite AtteiUf V. I. CtaaUelfMf
Rooms a and j. First Bank of Sumpter
OMct Phone No. jot ReeMcnci Phone No. ti
DR. L. T. BROCK
Physician and Surgeon.
I an now prepare to receive and treat patlenti.
both meJIcail inl lurglcal. In Ih best equipped
private wtnlurlura In the country. Nice quiet home,
with trained and eep.rlenced nun always In at
en dance. Up-to-date turglcal work a ipeclalty
C A. E. STARR.
Center, cor. High St.
. . Sumpter .
GENERAL DEALERS IN
Shelf and Heavy
and Steel Pipe
Fuse and Caps
E. P. Bergman &
Mill Street, New Building.
. i THE
AUSTIN MEAT Co. Props.
Butcher and Packer
Fresh and Cured
Sausage of all Kinds