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About The Sumpter miner. (Sumpter, Or.) 1899-1905 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 5, 1903)
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Ore Uncovered On Surface
Carrying $1,000 In Gold
Accord I UK In Wmi en Cable,
Htipcrliitcnilcut nf (tin Adelene group,
wlin wiih in I ho oily yeHterilay, u
Imily nf urn wiih uncovered mi tlm
Hiifacn il)0 fret from Hid cidhhciiI, n
tiny or mi ago, which iihhii.vh iih high
iih 81,0(1(1 In Mm Ion. Mr. Cable
htnlcH Unit lin Ih guiding for mi
engine Iiiiiihii ill thn entrance lo (lin
imiiii working level, anil lin nxpectH
CIIHlCI'U IcpiChClltlltlvCH of lllll lOIII-
pany hem In it few iIiij-h when mi
iuilir will ho placed fur mi nir
cninprcHHiir, engine nnd oilier miichlu
nry. Work Ih how being concentrated
on Hie mil 1 1 1 winking level which wiih
lecenlly Milled. Thi'lii Ih yet Kill
feet lo drive. Thin will flip the vein
ill a depth or over lllll feet. The
ledge, Mr. Cabin MatcH, Iiiih been
traced for '.J.fiOO feel, mill Hiirfaeo
viiIiich urn good throughout IIiIh
dlHlmice. Thn end linen of (lin
Adelene iilitit on thn Huckcyo mill
(rent Aiiierlemi lend, owned liy. Douu
mid l!leiiHiiii, mill thn (JruvcH
lliolhei'H, icHpcellvnly, at whiico
cliiiiiiH thn rich Hlrikn wiih recently
leporled. The Adelene ore, Mr.
Cabin mij'h, Ih priicticiiliy thn ciiiiid In
character mid ciiitIch thn mime high
lie hlntcH Hint In all probability
when thn ciintcm inprchClltatlvcH of
thn ciiinpiiny arrive, iirraugcmcutH
will lie iimde for thn llixtiillutioii of
a mill on thn properly.
Mt'lklo'H Mack Eagle and other pro
ductive mincH of that nectiou.
It Ih the Intention of the now
ownerH to begin active work ut ouco,
anil to that end ipilte a force of men
will lin employed.
Event Will Take Place at Sumpter on
Knymonr II. Hull returned IIiIh
morning from a meeting of Mm KlkH
at linker City. Thn lodge, he wiyn,
decided to hold a picnic on AugtiHt
111, and thn place selected wiih .1. H.
Slodilaril'H grnvo in Sumpter. Mr.
Hell Ih on the picnic committee
it wiih prolialily through him
thin place wiih cliot-cll.
CnmmlttccH were appointed
iiiiiiihementH, and it in wile to predict
I hern will lie a general good time.
Both Properties Are Making
W. C. ('alder, iiccompiinied liy IiIh
hIhIci MIhh Helln, anil Mr. and Mrn.
A. 11. Miihiiii, of Portland, who have
lieen viHitlng them, left ynHturilny
for Teal, anil llldnway Sprlugn, in
Umatilla comity, for an outing of
Hcveinl iIii.vh. (ienrgo K. Hohh, of
the Interior Departmniit, will occupy
Mr. Cnlder'H otllce.
TARBELL GROUP SOLD.
Purchase Price $40,000 $5,
000 Paid Down.
TALK OF THE TOWN.
Judge I'awcett, of the IVychc, wiw
in the city thin week.
William (iodfrey, of the Hcd Hoy,
wiih In thn city yesterday.
(iriiul Thoriihurg ami Attorney J.
P. Hanuoii, of (iranlte, are in the
.lack Ila.clwooil, manager of Hotel
Kumpter, left ycntcnlay on a IhihI
iii'hh trip to Portland.
Thn Miner reported the Mile of thn
Turliell group in Mormon HiihIii mime
time ago. Acconlliig to the Democrat
dcedn were placed in encrow yenlerday.
Five IhoiiHiind dollar ciihIi wiih paiil
on the purchase price, whlcji wiih
Tom (lormaii, W. O. Heynoldw
and C. S. 'I'm hell were thn particH
who cold thn property, whiln tho
Imyern were TIiuiiiiih Kelly, John
M. (iaviu mid .Iiiiiich V. Lennox, all
of HoHtiin. Mr. tiavln, who Iiiih been
examining tlm property for thn pant
two montliH for tlm lloHtonlaiiN, wiih
ho well pIciimI with thn Hhnwiug t liut
lin hiIvIhciI tlm ileal lie cloned on tlm
turniH montloud in tlm deed.
Thin property In developed by at
leant "J, 000 feet of tunnelH aud
cronwulH nhimlng tho ledge to be
from tlflen to twenty feet hi width
with extra high grade pay ntronk
running through It.
Tho group Ih in tlm vicinity of Jon
David WHhoii. of Spokane, who is
largely interested in property here,
arrived in thn city thin week.
I. W. Scrlber, of La (irando, vice
president of tlm i'Tnit National Hank
of Sumpter. Ih in tlm city IIiIh week.
Mr. ami Mrn. Otto llcrlockcr, Dr.
anil Mi-h. Pearce ami Mr. anil Mrw.
K. II. Horner returned Sunday from
an outiiiK trip at Aunt in.
K. K. McCaiiimou, Huperlnteiident
of thn Water and Light company,
will leave tomorrow for a two nioutliH'
ntay at Seaside for IiIh health.
ProfenHor N'ickerHon, of the Uni
versity of Nebraska, who Iiiih been
Hpendlng Home tine In the district,
came in from the lllack Jack today.
Major .1. W. Houta, who Ih build
Ing tlm electric road from linker City
to the Oregon Wonder, wiih in Sump
tcr yesterday, consulting with lead
W. K. LtndHiiy, of New York,
president of the Oregon Smelting
and Kctlulug company, accompauled
by IiIh wife and niother-lu-law,
Mm. SatiderHon, Mr. and Mrs. W.
K. Caldwell, of Waupun, WIhoouhIu,
and 11. W. Pernnock of Omaha, nil
iutereHttHl lu the Smelter, arrived iu
the city thin week. The party will
remain tovoral dayn.
W. II. Mead, Hiiporinteudeut of
the (tlailHtouo group in tho Green
horn district, ntatoH that ho expects
to cut the IuiIko within fifty feet.
Tho face of tho uroHHcut in now in
exceedingly hard rock and progress
at IIiIh point Ih therefore alow. Night
and day shifts are being worked and
all eoHhlblo Hpeed employed in de
velopment. The crosscut will give
"ill") feet on the ledge.
The drift tunnel Ih now iu tt'Jfi
feet. Tho ledgo nhovvri sixteen feet
on the Hiirface with values ranging
from 811 to 81,100.
Kngluccr Fennor Ih Mineying tho
Aurora, another of Mr. Mend's
(rcouhnrn proper! ten, for a iateiit.
TIiIh Ih a Hiukiug propoHltlon which
ho far Iiiih made a wood showing.
The property Iiiih the Phoenix ledge.
Tho ladles of the Methodist
church will give a lawu party at the
homes of W. E. Kahler and R. L.
Neill on Columbia street, Monday
ovonlng. The lawns of tho two
residences will bo thrown together.
A musical program will bo rendered,
and lco cream, cake aud homemade
To MARR & DAVIDSON,
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J. H. CONNORS.
J. L. H4RVCY.
High Grade Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Club Rooms in Connection
Headquarters for Miners
SUMPTER ' OREGON
AH Local Bills
Must tie Paid on the First
of the Month. Cash Must
Accompany all small orders.
Sumpter Lumber Co.
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