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About The Sumpter miner. (Sumpter, Or.) 1899-1905 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 19, 1903)
THE SUMPTER MINER
Wednesday, August 19, 190?
THE BLUE BIRD
Two Car Loads of Machinery
Here And Rest to
Two cur lomlri of mttchinory for
tint HI no Mini mill arrived a fowdayH
luto hiiiI three tuont iiro expected itt
onou. PrcHiditiit Wright hart tnitilu
inTHiioinontH to huvo the machinery
traiiHfnrnl'ilo the properly without
Ah Hinted heretofore, tho llluo Mini
mill Ih 11 Hturtoviiiit combination
with 11 dnily capacity of 100 ton,
arranged to treat both fru mllliiiK
and concentrating ortw. Tint con
centrating department will lie pro
vided with four nnw Standard tablet).
Tbo plant Ih ho arranged thnt ltn
capacity miiy bo don Mod by mi out
lay of only u Cow tlioiiHiuid dnllarri.
Tho company Ih now excavating for
tho mill, nml tint IniililiiiKH will Im
puahod to completion iih rapidly iih
PohhIIiIo. IVortidout Wright Htaton
that tho plant will Im iiiHtallod and
in nimraliou before cold weather.
All tho machinery purohiiHod Iiiih
Immiii paid for, and in the annual
Htatomoul IiihI iMjMiod tho company
HtatiM thai it Ih without a dullar'rt
iiidohlodtioHn. Development work
Iiiih prngronHod Htoadlly hIiico tho
company' owuortdiip of tho prop
orty. Tho total number of foot np
boon on tho way throe weeks and
Hhnuld havo Iwon here lieforo thin.
Luidlaw and Steadnian, who havo tho
contract for tho framiuK, will com
plete tho work thin week.
Work at Goldbug Grizzly.
J. .1. HennuMy, HUerintcndcnt of the
Goldbug (iri..ly, wan in from the prop
erty this Meek. Tho Hlmft, hu HtatuH, in
now down 200 feet, with stations cut on
each Hide. Ho will pink 100 feet deeper
mid then drift to both veiiiH.
SUMPTER RACE MEET.
$2,000 Will Be Hung Up As
PRESIDENT ECCLES HERE.
Came to Look After Work oo Sumptcr
David KccIoh, president of tho
Kumpter Valley Itallroiid and tho
Oregon Lumber company, nccoin
panted liy llirnin H. Young, canhier
of tho IreHerot National lunik, of Halt
Lake Oily, and Judge Kohipp, of
Ogdon, and their wivdH, arrived hero
l'rimideut KcjIom, who in on a tour
of general iuHpeuttou, made a trip
over tho road to look after tho con
Htrudtiou work now under way.
The picnic held Sunday In the
Htoddard grove on Mill street under
tho auspices of tho linker City Klks,
was a very eujoyalile occasion. The
special train hearing the linker
liuunh, I fill dining, arrived at 10
o'clock. The Humpler lirethren pur
ticlpated In the fesllvilies, and the
day was spent most pleasantly, the
special returning at (5 o'clock.
In honor of the visit of linker City
Klks, .Sunday, Dr Kdwards, of the
Sumptcr Drug company, dug up a
set of antlers, which, with the as
sistance of K, II. Horner, he decora
ted very mlisticiilly with the colors
of tho lodge and placed in his show
Clark Huyde and Mrs. Hmiua Wil
liauisou, Imlh well known Sumpter
people, were married in Portland
August II. Mr. and Mrs. Suyde
left for Long Heach, and will seiid
sumo time in Seattle and Spokane,
return! iik hero about Scptomlmr r.
Latt Chance Hoiit Expected.
Tho hoist for the Last Chance is
daily oxjHHited. The uiachiuery has
Tho reorganized Sumpter Racing
Association has in ado arrangements
for a llvo days' meet hero, beginning
Thursday, Octobor 1. Purses aggre
gating 92,000 will bo hung up,
California Jockey Club rules govern
ing. Following in tho official pregram:
Thursday, October 1 : First raco
Introduction stakes, live-eights of a
mllo, for .'1-year-olds and upward, flvo
pounds bolow scale, purso flfiO.
Second raco Threo-oighths of a mllo,
saddle horses, purso 150. Third raco
-Ono-nuarter of a mile, woight for
ago, purso 81 150.
Friday, Octobor 'J: Fourth raco
One-half mile, pony race, purso
140. Fifth nice Thrcooighths of a
in Ho, horsoH that havo not won a raco
lu 11I0II, seven pounds below scale,
II-year-oldH and upwards, purso 912ft.
Sixth race Thieo-fourtlis of a mllo,
selling, It years and up, top prlco
000, two pounds allowed for each
100 to 200, purso 9125.
Saturday, October It: Seventh
race Four and a half furlongs,
weight for ago, purse 91ftO. Kighth
race- Three-eighths of a mile, woight
for ago, II years old and up, purso
9200. Ninth nice One mile, eight
pounds below scale, purse 91ft0.
Twelfth nice Six and a half fur
longs, non-winners at meeting, eight
pounds below scale, purse 9100.
Tuesday, October 0: Thirteenth
race Three and a half furlongs,
handicap, purso 91ft0. Fourteenth
raco Five-eighths of a mile, conso
lation, seven pounds below scale,
purso 9100. Fifteenth raco Mile
and a sixteenth, llvo pounds below
scale, It years old and up, purso
Shoos of all kinds at Neill Mercantile
Hereby Gives Netice:
That it is the exclusive owner in
the United States of patents on what is
known as the TKUKKOIIMKTKK for
locating metals lu the earth by creat
ing a ground circuit and moHsuriug
We are informed the same is beiug
used by a person or persons in or
near Sumpter, and hereby give notice
that such persons havo uo patout right
to use the same and are infringers.
And that we shall hold all persona
using tho same or procuring tho same
to Im used oil their proporty strictly
responsible at law for the same.
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YOU HAVE READ
Of the development of the Victor Group, in the Cracker
Creek Distiict, in the recent issues of this paper. Same
has been bought by a strong Eastern company, and the
stock will shortly be put on the market by the
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