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About The Sumpter miner. (Sumpter, Or.) 1899-1905 | View Entire Issue (July 22, 1903)
THE SUMPTER MINER
Wednesday, July 22,190?
SINKING AT AUBURN.
Will Reach Bedrock Within
Twenty Or Thirty
Superintendent Heed of the Auburn
Deep Mi ni iik coinpatiy, states that
tho Hlmft being Himk 011 tho com
piuiy'H property at Auliiirn Ih now
down 105 feet, mid ho expects to
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irili;il IHM1MMIY Mllllll IIH1 IIVAb vnuuij- y
live or llilriy reel, uwing to uio
contour or tho country it Ih a littln
liaril to determine JiihI, what tho
iIIhIiiui'ii to bedrock Ih, hut according
to tho calculations of Mr. I toed, it
will prolmhlly ho reached within
tint distance Htati'il.
It Ih (ho thi'ory that rich deposits
of placer gold will ho elicomitered
011 thu formation. Tho placer gold
on tho withfonl foniiatlon iiiiulo old
Auburn famous in I lie curly days,
anil it Ih argued If tho prnvloiiH
period of enrichment was eipial to
that which placed the gold on the
wobfont, still greater thlugH may hu
Henry Hewitt, Jr., Acquires J.
B. Stoddard's Interests In
S. L. Co.
The holding or .1. II. Htoddard,
general milliliter of tho Sumpter
Lumber company, have Uoti
acquired hy Honry Hewitt, Jr., of
tlit Ht. Paul ituil Taconm Lumtior
company, who Ih president of tho
local concern. Tho deal wiih cloned
Monday. I). W. l-Vencli, of linker
City, was added to thu directorate,
and K. L. Kennon wiih mode general
manager. Tho otllcorH of tho
company nro now iih follews:
Henry Hewitt, Jr., of Tacoina,
president; K. L. Kennon, vice prosl
dent and general manager; Seymour
II. Hell, nee rotary and treasurer; I).
V. French, director.
Mr. Kennon will have active
innnagemont of tho company 'h opera
tloiiH hero ami will carry out tho
plaiiH orlKinally outlined.
The following ItiKtruiuentH were tiled
Ht the lluki r county court Iioiiho during
the weekending .Inly II, HHKI.
KKAI. KSTATK TltANSKKKS.
May 7- -W. 11. Mead and wife to H.
V. I la I ley, lotn 1 to 4 block' JU,'
Stewart 'gs -lid mill to Maker City;
.Ian. HO, 'HU. S. A. to Orlando
Motlltt, patent to 1(10 acres Sec. 'Jo
Tp. 7 It. I 'J i-:.
July i! -North Paoltlu Lumber Co.
to V. S. Ilowei-H, block U, l)n lino's
iiilu to linker City; I?il00.
June 181'. liothler and wife to
11. W. Nelll, X. K. l4 X. W. 4 Sec.
15 Tp. 7 It. Ml K; S'JOO.
June 0- (i. W. Nelll to P. Kooth
ler, S. W. 4 S. W '4 Sec. 15 Tp. 7
K. : K; 'J00.
July 1(1 -Mary lirltllth and him
baud to M. J. (inodheart lotn 7 and
8 block 7, Suiupter Heights; 'J,000.
Dee. '27, '118 U. S. A. to Ida Ho
zarth, patent to 100 acres in See,. ,32
Tp. 10 R. 38 E.
April 18 Ida Boznrtb and hus
band to E. H. J. BiiBch, 1G0 acres in
Sec. .12 Tp. 10 R. .18 E; 250.
July 18 F. M. Daxton and wifo
to Margaret Hoffman, lots 4 and 5 of
block A, Bowdeu's adn to Baker
Feb. 4 Ronnie Land and Imp.
(Co., to Win. Weigaud, lot 0 block D,
Feb. 0 Win. Wclgiiud ami wifo to
Fred L. Link, lot 0 block D,
July !) M. McMahon to Thos. A.
Kuudlck, lot 8 block (I, Stewart'H
jiiid to linker City; 8350.
June 15 J. L. DickoiiH to Oregon-,
Teun. (i. M. Co., II. C. O. and Dig
Creek plaeor claims; 810,000.
Juno HO Olmsted .V. Miller to M.
A. IlalHley and 10. M. Payton, Cordoll I
and Cordoll Xo. 1 puirtz cIiiIuih; 81. '
Inly 5- -K. Cluin and hiiHbaiid to
LoiiIh KoHinliiHky, 120 acreri of
placer in Sec. X Tp. 0 and Sec. 4
Tp. 10 S. It. 118 E. and water right;
July 11-W. H. Rlvercoinb and
wife to llouruo Laud and Imp. Co.,
Blackberry and Thunder Mountain
quartz oIiiIiiih; 8100.
May 1 C. S. Collins et ill toll.
10. lliiuby, Doctor, Loyal Xo. 1
and St. Mary quartz claims; 81,000.
July 17 J. R. Uilklnsou to
JiiHper U. SetveiiH, 100 acroH and !j
Interest iu 120 acres In Sec. 21 Tp.
7 R. 42 E. and Intercut In Copper
Queen and six other Mlulug claims;
July 18 W. W. Oosnoy to Vm.
Polliiiau, six horses aud other
July 14 Thou. A. Kendick aud
wife to Joh. Schlndler, Hot 8 block
t), Stewart's aud to Raker City;
July 14 Clark Snydo to Stinson
Urnlngcr Co., releases mortgago on
chattels In Sumpter Hotel (No. G,
July 10, abstract?); 87,500.
July 14 Stlnsou-llralugor Co. to
Calrk Snydo, chattels In Sumpter
July 5 D. H. Shaw to Citizen's
Xatloual llHuk, .15 head of cattlo;
July 15 J. II. Morris to Eustace
& Whitehead, ouo wagon ; 140.
Lease Juuo 30 S. A. Heiluer,
to E. T. (Jiigeu, of upper two stories
Heilner block for 5 years at per
Lien Shockley & McMurreu
LumUir Co., vs. Mary L. Mctiaun,
on lot 0 and north half of lot 7 block
1 iu llrattalu aud Mediums adn to i
linker Cityf or matorlall; 84.1.
Attachment J. W. ltuukley vs. j
Chad. L. Hastings, amount money i
Leave--June 30 Win. Parker et
ul to Wm. Rogers et al, Columbia I
placer claim of 100 acres for ouo
Lien H, I). UrOKhong vs. Daiina
(i. M. Co., on Noonday and four
quart, claims for labor; 8313.
Htlp Build Up Tht Wt. '
Tho low rates from the end to tho,
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April 30, will undoubtedly brink; out J
thousands ot settlers. Where they will ,
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