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THE SUMPTUR MINER
Wednesday, July 29, 190?
The Sumoter Miner
huhlismeI) eveer Wednesday by
T. O. fiWVNNI:. - EDITOR
f-ntttrii at the piittofflce In Sumpter. Oregon, for
IranimUvlon through the malli at second clati
One Yir . .
AlWAVS IN ADVANCE.
OIIK.IAI. I'ALI Ol HIE CITVOP SUMPTER
'I'n 1111 nun ill hi Ih viini'liHiifnd
name miiotloiiH that hMi' III" liuart
of it minor. Ho with IiIh own liuudn
:iiii liriiiK to' Hunt that which wo
work for, pray for, hcIioiiio for
"wIiohii Houmt proHoueo throiiKli
cruutioim vein niiuiiiiK iiielinllvor
Illru uliifliia imp iiiiIiim " Muriilv tu
him miiHt enmo koonont trulllll(
a.m. ........... ..... , ,. ... ,, -",,,
hlttortmt diHappoliitiiieiit, iliiya
fiiiHpiiiiHi) and liourH of victory and
with it all, hopi).
It Ih (ho duty of every man In-
lorimted in mining,
intuniHl lit) direct or
concent rale ti Ih olfortH In
the til roc-
t i 011 of calling tho attention of
emigres lo tho nocoHHity of creating
a national department of inlniiiK,
with ptiworn eoexteiiHlvo with other
executive dopiirtmoutH. Wo already
havo doparliuoiilH of agriculture
and eomiuoreiK which urtv of vast
imptirtaiico to tho IndiiHlrliil
growth of tho nation, anil hIiico
mining Ih one of tho IiiihIo hoiiiciih
of wealth, It followH that thin in-
liiHlry hIiimiIiI receive tho
iittentitiii, tho hiiiiio
ut tho Imndx of tho national govern
innnl iih any other which Ih engaged
In tho production of wealth. In
tho varloiiH IjiiiiioIioh of thin IndiiHtry,
tho United .Static today Ih llrnt
among tho nutltuiH of tho worltl, and
Jt HeeniH nt inline It Iiiih not been
rtcognl7ed liy emigres before thin.
It Ih to lio hoped that at tho coin
ing meet I UK of tho American Mining
4ioiiKroHH tho mattor will lie taken up
in 1111 uncertain way, autl tho atten
tion of coiikii'hh called to thin
cry Inn need.
HOIST FOR PSYCHE
Judge Fwctt Suits That Machinery Will
b Ordrd at Oocc.
Iiiilgi ). Kawcott, of Omaha, prcsi
lent ami inanimlnir owner of the
l'syoho company, came in from the i ' ' r " to tho iiHHiiy olllco.
properly thfn week. Ho Htaten that 1 1 '" ponniblo In this way to samplo
tho company Ih making preparatloiiH twenty ton lot in ono day.
to iiiHtall a IiiiIhI with a depth! The llrm Ih ill tho markot for ores
capacity of 000 feet, together with' ' bullion of all kliidn and ill any
puuipH autl other accompanying jlitUy, whether largo or small,
machinery. paying canh for tho sumo. It expects
.lodge Kuufott Hityrt that tho mine , thereby to hoof considerable uso to
Ih making an exceptionally good , be iiihii who Ih opening up a pro
howlng. Ton stampH of tho twenty I'erty or mining on a small scalo, as
Included In the plant are now in , bo can bring in his small lot of ore,
coiiiiiiIhhIou. The order for tho hoist " It sampled beforo his eyes, and
Ih to bo placed at once. Ho will I receive cash for It on tho same day,
Humid a week or so In Omaha soon thereby enabling him to coutlnuo
but the main part of tho time will
a a tt i 11 I.. ... i '
bo spent at tho mine. Superintend'
out Kluier was also iu the city.
Occupy New Oillce.
The real estate llrm of Manning A
Welsh lias moved itn otllce from tho
Hotel Sumpter building to the front
office formerly occupied by Hon. J.
II, Itobbins Mill aud Oranlto streets.
Dr. K. W. Mueller, who lias tho
building rented, will occupy tho rear
McEwen, Arthur & McEwen's
Plant Now In Full Blast.
Tliu Sumpter Sampling and Tenting
WorkH Iiiih opened ltn doorn for
IiiihIiiohh, and Ih now prepared to
iihhIhI in tlio dovolopinotit of tho
Sumpter mining dlHlrlct in ways
ll1()Wiiinn win no niRiuy appreciated
ail mono ongageti in mining
oporatloiiH in KitHturn Oregon.
It Iiiih liorotofore been a very
difficult mattor to critahliidi ho
youd a doulit tho nioritn of a mill
iiiK property; iih tho well known
defocta of hand hhiiiiiIIiik ro ituch
jtimi many poopio.io noi leoi jiiHiinea
. .,.. ....
f III pilll'lUg Kill CUIHIIIUIICU III lllf
iiHHiiy roHiiltH obtained, it will now,
liowever, ho pntodblo for anyone
owning u initio or pronpoct to compel
recognition of merit, by tueaiiH of
a Hamnlinu cortlllcato which taken
,,,,, ,,H,.n f t In. Miiltiiilna record of 11
f..iiv devoloned mine.
ruin .,rliiilnlnM nf Hiiinnllliir urn
familar to mont mining mou, anil tho
method of procedure at tho Similiter
Workn tiiiri convinced thntto who havo
neon it in operation that tho reHiiltn
olitainetl cannot ho othorwlHo than a
true reprcHOiitatloii of tho oro
vol lien, whether tho lot ho twenty
toiiH or a hundred ton.
While tho cuHtnmary mothod of
taking every tenth hIiovoI of oro
from the pile In many ciihoh given
..,1,1,1 riMiiltM. It ciiiiiiot Im comtiared
fontorliiK care.,.,.. ..0,ir,icy with tho nraotleo which
coiiHirttri lu tho iiho of a quartering
Hcoop whlcli taken a tiuarter of every
Hhovolful of oro in tho whole lot.
TIiiih if a Hhlpmctit of ten (oiih con
tuiiiH ton poiintlH of thoiiHunil dollar
ore, tho correct proportion of tlila
will eventually Hud IIh way through
tho liroakerri and tho quartering into
tho iiHHiiy Hiimplo itnolf. Ah tho
HiicccHH of an eiiterpriho of thin kind
dopeiitlH almoHt entirely upon tho
degree of conlldeiico it Ih utile to
iunpiro, tho management Iiiih thought
It lient to admit the pulillo to tho
HiimpliuK tloor, which given u man an
opportunity to follow IiIh uhlpinont
through the varloiiH hIiikoh until
the pile Iiiih iieen uniduully worked
tlown to a hiiiiiU hIzo, ropresentliiK
tho true average of the whole, TIiIh
in thou tllvlded Into two partn. Ho
chooHOH one and taken It with him,
W" development work.
Wlm Inullitt lnurtli
Tho testing department has Iieen
designed with care, and cannot fail
to prove of luestimable valuo to
j anyone who Is contemplating the
inrwtlmi nfHiiilll. lie will tie able
jto kmm ,loH,toy before ho starts
his construction, all tho details ',
which are usually not brought out
until the mill has been put in
operation, aud when it Is too late to
remedy defects or alter tho process,
except at great expense. Ho cau
Hud m,t exactly how his oro will
Indiavo under certalu specific
treatmeuta, what process la tho best
and most economical, and what
dotailfl imiitt he ohnerved to Rive tho
lient rcHiiltn In tho application of tho
Tho ettiipmout couslHts of a thro
fitump battery with amalRamutiou
plates, a Johneou concentrator and u
tmiall cyauldo plant. An experi
mental cliloriuatiou plant and tho
Elmore oil proccea will bo intro
Tho wholo constitutor one of tho
most complete and elllclent plants
of Hh kind in tho state, and it Is
tho coiihl'Iihuh of opinion among
mluitiR men that it will bo of tho
greatest assistance in promoting tho
development of tho Eastern Oregon
MEETS DEVTH SUDDENLY.
fack Zwanck. Owner of Big; Jonoolc.
Found Dead in Mine.
Jack Zwanck, owner of tho Dig
Johnnie, near Oroonhorn City, was
killed some time tho day before
yesterday, it is supposed, by a cave
lu. Ho was missed, and tho soarch
instituted ycHtonlay morning result
ed in Until ng IiIh manglod remains
covered with dobrls in tho Dig
Johnnie tuuiiol whoro ho had boon
Ho wan woll known among tho
mining people of this district. Ho
n unmarried and about 50 years
old. Tho remattiH woro buried in
tho Similiter cemetery from tho Caso
undertaking establishment today,
under tho direct on of tho Minors'
Union, of which tho dot-eased was a
New Brick Yard.
Tho Sumpter Smoltor company
started up a brick yard last weok aud
is turning out 1(1,000 brick a day
for tho trade. Tho product is said
to bo a very superior quality, in
fact tho host to bo had lu this part
of tho state.
Good Value at Cougar.
J. W. Larkiu, mauagor of tho
Cougar, spent some timo in tho city
this week. It is stated that very
encouraging values are being
encountered at tho property. It
Ih not known when the mill will
go into commission.
QR. PEARCE A ANDERSON
Physicians and Surgeons
1UMPTIR OINERAL HOSPITAL
, . I OFPICB, Mln III.
Tliphont I hospital. Main l.
V. K. HOBSON.
Civil and Mining; Engineer.
U. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor (or Oregon,
glneer (or the City ol Sumpter.
UnltriMn ! Ptteat lamtfi.
CHAS. H. CHANCE
ATTORNEY AT LAW
City MUraif U. I. CtaaluUair
Rooms 2 and ), First Bank of Sumpter
Oflict Phone No. joi RetlJenc I'hone No. ?
DR. L. T. BROCK
Physician and Surgeon.
I am now prepare,! to receive anj Ireal patient
both medical anj aurglcal, In the test equlppd
private anltarlun In the country, Nice quiet home,
with trained anj eaperlenceJ nurte always In at
eniance. Up-to-Jaie surgical work a specialty
C A. E. STARR,
Center, cor. High St.
. . Sumpter .
GENERAL DEALERS IN
Shelf and Heavy
and Steel Pipe
" HERCULES "
Fuse and Caps
E. P. Bergman &
Mill Street, New Building.
, , THE .
AUSTIN MEAT CO. Props.
Butcher and Packer
Fresh and Cured
Sausage of all Kinds