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About The Sumpter miner. (Sumpter, Or.) 1899-1905 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 26, 1903)
Wednesday, August 26, 1903
THE SUMPTER MINER
I THE ATTENTION OF CONSERVATIVE INVESTORS
! IS CALLED TO THE PROPOSITION OF THE . dt
I STANDARD CONSOLIDATED
I MINES COMPANY
Wo bclicro wo ollor you tlio very opportunity you aro looking for. You want a provon property, In a proven district, managed liy
experienced and honoralilo busiuoss nion. Tlio STANDARD property moots every requirement of a conservative Investment.
It is our deliberate judgment, bused on fnctn which ciiii bo vorlllod by anybody, tlmt no Investment olio red (lie Auierieau public
today luis a future of greater promise Such keen and careful lluuuclcrs as J. K. Clark, of Montana, and the Stuudnid Oil people recog
nized the great value of the consolidated properties. The former olio rod 6500,000 for the properties last sunuuer, and the latter at
tempted to soouro tlio controlling interest.
Tlio Standard will, without doubt, make tlio greatest, initio in the Northwest. It can be made a large and constant producer in a
very short time. Thero 1h a milo of underground workings wliloh has blocked out over half a million dollars' worth of ore. A largo
force of men la carrying forward a vigorous uudcarefully outlined plan of development. The policy of the management Is to block out
an immense touungo, that tlio largo concentrator to bo erected on the property can bo kept In constant operation.
HON. C. II. WARNER. OF NEBRASKA, SAYS: MR. A. II. REESE, n mining man from Cripple Creek, says:
"Briefly, I will say tlmt I am surprised to llnd the property lino so "I regard this as one of the exceedingly meritorious propositions
much promise. It exceeds my highest expectations. After climb. of the district. The veins open up strong, aro highly mineralized,
lii over tho Standard mountain, where the big vein system out- anil tho samples which 1 obtained carry uniformly satisfactory values,
crops, sampling the ore on the surface, and then following tills by In my estimate as to tho desirability of Standard slock ns an in
going through tho tunnels, up tho raises and stopes nnd down into vestment, I have entirely Ignored tho cobalt values, and based my
the winzes, and finding everywhere a high grade of ore, I cannot conclusion on the gold and silver values alone. I have no hesitancy
sco what on earth will prevent this property from becoming a most in saying that the showing in these metals Jut lilies my reporting
important producer. favorably on tho proposition. There is apparently a hiruo deposit of
"I found the Standard n much larger proposition than I had ex- cobalt running through the Standard vein, but 1 regard this as pure
pec ted. Its magnitude cannot ho appreciated till the several veins ly accidental and have not taken it into consideration In determining
of tho great system have been traced and studied where opened or an estimate upon the property. Development is being wisely ill
cropping. Then only is one in position to estiufate with reasonable rected, and the present work will greatly increase the sloping ground,
accuracy what tho property promises with further development." I regard tho Standard as an exceptionally good property."
OUR LATEST ASSAY CERTIFICATE
THE STANDARD CONSOLIDATED NINES COMPANY
Quartzburg, Oregon, July 15, 1903
Oz. Gold Gold, por ton. .
Lot No. Per Ton Dollars and Conta Lot No.
No. 228 4.00 880.00 No. 232
No. 220 12.80 200.00 No. 233
No. 230 25.00 500.00 No. 234
No. 231 11.40 228.00 No. 235
Gold Gold, per ton.
r Ton Dollars mid Cents
The Cobalt Runs From 2 Par Cent to 40 Per Cant, Which Will Add Prom $40 to $800 Par Ton
MR. N. F. HKATH, OF DENVER, SAYS: MR. H. R. HEATH, A DIRECTOR OF THE
"I made a thorough investigation of the property, and from tho CEREAL TRUST, SAYS:
objective point of a man who is by no means a tenderfoot in the
mfning business, I state that the Standard is one of the biggest prop. "They have got lots of ore thero, more than thoy will mine for
ositiousin the camp. I am familiar witli the Cripple Creek district, '
and I have no hesitancy in paying that there is more ore In Copper nfty yo- Thoro is enough oro in that mountain to make 1,000
Ridge than there is from Victor to Hull hill, in Cripple Creek. me rch. Tho question is getting it out. That is tho work being
"It is not a one metal proposition. There is gold in paying quan- . , .,,, , , , "
titles, copper, cobalt, and recent developments l.avtt revealed plati- undertaken now. Milling oro looks to mo like a manufacturing
mini in commercial quantities. I came here to investigate. I huvo proposition. It Is In the methods, the management, the euro shown
done so, and advised my people to carry all the Standard stock they , .....
can possibly afford to." in K"t"K values extruded from tho rock."
Wo hare a vorltablo treasure houso of minerals. Gold, Silver, Copper, Cobalt, and our latest strike Is Platinum In commercial
quantities. It is tbo only GOLD-COBALT mine in tho world. One great, massive mountain of oro Is at our command. Three ml lies
have been sousolldated into one, Any of these would mnko u mine of note. Tho trio of groups, comprising 20 claims, can Ihi operated
ou one general and very economical plan.
The mora you look into our proposition, the moro wo feel assured you will bo Impressed with tho desirability of an Investment.
An investment in Standard stock will prove ono of tho wisest steps of your life. It will lw a life-long producer. It will bo u great
dividend earner. It will mnko all its stockholders happy.
Como and investigate its merits. It is open to ono and nil.
Write us for full particulars and lltoruturo descriptlvo of tho property. If you wish wo will Ijo glad to send you a sample of tlio
raro Gold-Cobalt oro by mentioning this journal. Address all inquiries to
Killen, Warner, Stewart Company
principal eastern offices 557 New York Life Bldg, New York. Herman Bldg, Milwaukee, Wis.
Boston Baltimore Philadelphia Grand Rapids St. Paul Dubuqtio