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About The Sumpter miner. (Sumpter, Or.) 1899-1905 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 26, 1903)
Wednesday, August 26, 1903
THE SUMPT6R MINER
i HIGHLY PLEASED.
week investigating several mining prop
OHitioriH with a view to investment. Mr.
Jory cays that the prune business will
net butter rcimlts thin year than ever
inet butter rcBUlto tins year than ev
r 71 ( J r M Ix-'fore, and he thinlcH he will branch 01
win iij inn iiiun 111 milling rvLui iut;n.
arrangements maae ror V-on-j
tlnarjus WorJcit Lucy "I I
uiuetjiiK. of the
5 At a
Isreenhorn (Sold Mint-Hand Development
jjm party, operating tho l.uuy nrrAip, in
the (ireenhorn dlMtrict, held at (ireen
idrn City, Kd .Sullivan whh apointed
HUporiutendout and arrangements made
for contiiiiiouH development work.
CJiarles H cJ 1 j 1 1 and Mohm I', Keogh, of
Milwaukee. neTeturv unit treasury, re
seen vol v., ol the company, were preHcut
lie mooting. .They visited the prop-
-. .4 " i..''. . . . :
I Vice President of Ktllcn Warner Stcwttt
J Company's Military Carter.
' It Ih not generally known that H. I.,
i Stewart, of New York, vice president of
the Klllen Warner htouart company,
wno Iiiih beq,n HeudiiigHome time in tho
diHtrict looking after the company's
mining interests, Ih entitled to be called
Ucuoral Stewart. The fact leaked out
only the other day, and Mr. Stewart 1b
now hailed an "general" by his Sumpter
Here in the way, according to best ac
counts, he earned the title, though the
general, who Ih naturally tnodeat and
Ay andexm-HHe,! tuiiuelves highly rutt.UMt( llHH wry ttu to wly about thu
rtleased with its prosiiects. Accoiiipau- ,,., a ,..,,i. m...i..,i i. ....
t it i w wa iiiiiinnu iiu v-
'5"' nVr. P.Wl. I're"""i ' ' celved bin ei
HP"l:,,.JfrrM fyiljlvan, vice preHi- ulnj,( Wu
fi.it, bikjI .ftijlyuif,, HUM'rintendeut, emtfrHtu,i l(
vek and returned to Milwaukee.
iterview theso gentlemen statu:
adit tf'Oiofliugh iiiHiiection of
ai'd Vro thoroughly satisfied
s"ltH7,ngM. Thu cabins have
plekoiaand wo have two shifts
n'He'ledire. There is no doubt
wfjilvfthe Morning lead. We
Irfiitig, In goMl ore which as-
location in a military acad
'hen unite a young man he
to Nevada. An adjutant was
to lie appointed on the governor'!) staff,
and Mr. Stewart's military education,
coupled with his martial bearing and
splendid physique, marked him for the
Hitfif5(, and our wllcy Ih to
reKtiuiieut work as rapidly as
yl bellovu we have u gilt
. .. ...
egged prtHisltiou which will early be-
(mo oifcot the lilg priMtucerH ol the
fHE MONITOR BONDED.
i . .
plonel Topping and W. E. San
jders Secure Claim Adjoin-
Both Properties Making Good
Si io wings, Says Supt.
Colonel K. S. Topping and V. K. Sim
ilars nave taken a ImiiuI on the Monitor
mini, adjoining the Oriole proix-rtv.
iff'iir SuHiinvillo. from Frank ('oiiier, of
the Morning, ami MexsrH. Haskell and
Waterman, of linker City. The Monitor
Ih one full claim and a fraction mid con
tains a continuation of the Oriole ledge.
The acquisition of this proierty was
necessary for the oieraliou of theOriole,
mid Ix-sides it Ih a valuable holding
within itself. The tvo claims, however,
can I hi worked in conjunction to a much
Colonel Topping states that active op
erations will be started in n few das,
anil that It is probable plans for the
erection of it mill will be considered in a
short time. Both claims have rich
showings and will doubtless develop Into
a valuable projierty.
PREPARING FOR WINTER.
Continuous Work To B Carried On At
Superintendent Tom C. (iray, of the
Valley Queen, is having timbers framed
for the lower tunnel, lie Males that he
now has in over II.OOO feet of lumhci for
building sheds over the tramway, lie
in also getting in winter supplies and
continuous development work will he
carried on at the proorty.
The Valley Queen is among the prom
ising Cable Cove protcriici, and Mr.
(tray's Milicy is to ohii it up as speedily
Prune Buiineu Pay.
Walter II. Jury, a prominent prune
grower of Salem, was in the city this
J. M. Doyle, who has charge of the
development work at the Justice, in the
Wind creek basin, and thu Cracker
King, in the Cracker Creek district,
states that he has o)iied u new tunnel
on the former, well down the mountain
from the upper workings on the vein.
It (bows one well defined wall with six
inches ol $10 quart, in place. The tun
nel is in only 11 fly feet. It will give a
depth of lUX) feet under the aex. Mr.
Doyle thinks the Justice is going to be
come one of the first producers in thu
Wind creek basin.
At tlie-Cracker King, which is owned
by Seattlu people, the drift tunnel, he
Ntates, is in 100 feet with twelve inches
of ore which runs from f 10 to M a ton.
This property is located near the North
I'ule, K. !:. and Columbia, of thu
Cracker Creek district.
Shoes of all kinds at Neill Mercantile
Hereby Gives Netice:
That it Is the exclusive owner in
the United States of patents on what Its
known us the TKKKKOIIMKTKll for
locating metals in the earth by creat
ing a ground circuit and measuring
We are Informed the same Ih being
used by n person or persona in or
near Sumpter, and hereby give notice
that such persons have, no patent right
to use the same mid are Infringers.
And that we shall hold all persons
using tho same or procuring tho same
to be used on their property strictly
tespouslble ut law for the same.
KHNKST DALK OWKN, Treat.
That the West is the place to buy Western stocks,
I don't care if it's Golconda, Red Boy, Cracker Jack,
Cracker Oregon, or what is it it stands to reason that
I, being right in the heart of the Northwest Mining Dis
trict, should be able to supply you with any stock
desired. This business is done through my brokerage
department, which, by the way, handles more stock
than any other firm in the West. I want to place the
name of every reader of this paper on my mailing list.
A postal card will do, requesting my market letter
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
CRACKER CREEK GOLD MINES
An elaborate prospectus in now in the hands of its
printers. As soon as it is off the press you should re
ceive a copy. Drop a postal to me today, and I'll mail
you one in due course of time. I shall act as the
Company's Fiscal Agent.
ADRIAN G. HANAUER
BANKER AND BROKER
p. o. Drawer 1726 Spokane, Washington
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