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About The Sumpter miner. (Sumpter, Or.) 1899-1905 | View Entire Issue (July 15, 1903)
Wednesday, July i$, 1905
THE SUMPTER MINER
INVESTORS 2 2
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desiring to place $20 or more in two equal monthly payments can learn of an excellent
opportunity to become interested in the pui chase of a Mining property, situated in a good
Mining district in Oregon.
NO MONEY IS TO BE SENT NOW,
but those who would like, an option on $20 worth or more as above until they can investigate
further, should cut out and mail to us the blank form indicating the amount they desire to
invest providing, however, the information they are to receive concerning the property, is
CUT OUT AND MAIL THIS
E. A. CLEM CO.
Please send me particulars of the Mining property ou have under option
contract for the purchase of which additional capital is required and enter me an
option on $ worth of the purchase price for thirty days, until I
have time to investigate; it being understood that no obligation on my part is
created by this reservation, the same to be binding must be confirmed by me in
writing after receiving details from you; that the options requested are to be listed
in the order in which they are received and that you reserve the right to cancel
my option if received after the necessary capital has been fully subscribed.
City or Town
GOLD HILL IS
SOLD FOR $250,000.
Property Taken Over By
Nicholas Brothers, Of
Accord tag to tho Baker City
papers tbe Gold Hill property,
situated uear tbe town of Durkee,
and operated by tbe Burnt River
Gold Mining company, was sold last
week to J. H. Nicholas and bis
brother, Portland mining brokers,
for $250,000, $25,000 of which was
paid down. The mluo has been
operated for tbo last seven years by
the Burnt Rlvor company, with
Colonel James A. Panting as gojoral
The equipment on tbo Gold Hill
consists of a ten-stamp mill,
complete, with ore crushes and four.
Johnson concentrators. Tbe stamps
weigh 1,000 pounds each and have
a rapid stroke.
Tbe dally capacity of tbe mill is
35 tons. A flfty-horese power
boiler and a 45-horse power engine
provides the required power for
operating all tbe machinery. Coal
is used principally for fuel.
Tbe Burnt River Gold Mining
company, of wbiob, J. P. Hanna
was president, and Colonel James A.
Panting vice president had very
large holding about the mine. These
were included in tbe sale. It owned
1,050 acres of land. Two small farms
immedlatly below the mill are a part
of the property. An excellent water
right was secured and Colonel Pant
ing contemplated putting in an eloo
In many respects Gold Hill Is a
model eastern Oregon initio. Al
tougb iu size and equipmout it is
small, Colouol Pautiug showed ad
nirlnblo skill In tho mauiigomout of
I. X. L. MILL STARTS.
Recent Strike Continue! to Yield High
Tbo flvo stamp mill ou tho I. X.
L., F. T. Kelly, mauagor rooontly
completed, was startod up this wook.
Tboro Is sutllolcut oro blocked out
to koop tho plant In operation for
quito a whilo, and Mr. Kolly states
that it is his Intention to coutiuuo
development work with rouowed
Tbo recont striko of high k ratio oro
on tho 100 foot level moutioued In a
former issuo, continues to yield high
averages, It is stated. Tboro is a
vein width of botweon flvo and six
feet, two feet of which averages
from $100 to $115, wbile'the rest is
good ore. The property is maklug
a good showing.
Cranio at The Gem.
Walt Cronln, the well known mixer
of all kinds of temperance beverages,'
formerly connected with Hotel Sump
ter, has accepted a placo with Andy
Stlnson, of tbe Gem. Mr. Cronln is
one of tbe most popular dispensers
in tbe district.
Major J. V. Bonta, in company
with G. J. Allen, managing owner of
tbe Monumontal, visited this property
a few days ago relativo to Major
Bonta's proposed electric road.
AT THE SOUTH POLE.
Seat of Operations Transferred
To This Side Of Divide.
Bobbins will spend tbo winter with
bor sous wherever tboy conclude to
Tho otllcos and living apart nionts
occttpiod by tbo Bobbins family
on CJ ran I to and Mill streets, have
lieen rented by Dr. Mueller.
Hon. J. II. Robblus, of tho South
Polo, was at tho proporty last wook.
Ho states that work preliminary to
transferring tbo seat of operations to
this sldo of tho divldo on tbo Yanko
Jim claim aro bolug conducted with
a view to establishing tbo pormauout
Tbo forco is now niakitig open cuts
aud traolug tho voln to dotormtnlno
tho best point at which to start a
Mr. Bobbins took n party of
prospective invstors to tho mine, and
whilo nothing dollulto is stated it
Is vaguoly rumored that tboro Is a
doal ponding for tbo salo of tho pro
LEAVES ON VACATION.
Hon. J. H. Robbini and Family to Spend
Some Time at Prieit'i Lake, Idaho.
Hon. J. II. Robblns and family
will loavo probably tbo lattor part
of this weok for Priest's Lake, Idaho,
to spend their vacation. Mr. Robblns
has some business matters ot attend
to in Baker City, and Mrs. Robblus
will go to Pendlotou, her old homo,
wboro she will meet sevoial of hor
friends who are to join tho camping
party. Mr. Robbnis states that ho
will roturu hero about Septomber 1,
aud will opon au ofllco in tbo First
Natloual bank building whoro ho will
transact South Polo business. Mrs.
Help Build Up The Wot.
Tho low rates from tho east to tho
west and tbe nortbwust, Fobuary 15 to
April 30, will undoubtedly bring out
thousands ot settlers. Whore they will
go is largely a question of inducement.
If you aro Interested in securing any
eastern people for your section of the
west, send their names and addresaos
to tbo undersigned. All the facts
and figures about tbo trip will
Ik) promptly sent them. II. 8.
Itowe, General Agent, Chicago, Mil
waukee & St. Paul Hallway, 134 Third
Street, Portland, Oro.
Use Giant Powder, Fuse and Caps.