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About The Sumpter miner. (Sumpter, Or.) 1899-1905 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 2, 1903)
Wednesday, September 2, 1903
THE SUMPTER MINER
THE ATTENTION OF CONSERVATIVE INVESTORS
IS CALLED TO THE PROPOSITION OF THE
1 We believe we oirer you the very opportunity you mo looking for. You want a proven property, in a proven district, managed liy
experienced and honorable business iiioii. TIio STANDARD properly meets overy requirement of a conservative Investment.
It is our deliberate judgmout, based on facts whleli can bo verified by anybody, (hut no investment oll'orcd Hie American public
today lias a future of greater proinlso. Sueli keen and careful lluniiclcrs as ,1. K. Clark, of .Montana, and the Stiiudmd Oil people recog
nized the t;reat value of the consolidated properties, Tlie foruier offered 8500, 000 for the properties last slimmer, and the latter at
tempted to secure tlio controlling interest.
The Standard will, without doubt, niako thu greatest uitiio In the Northwest. It can be iinide a largo and constant producer In a
very short time. There Is a mile of underground workings which has blocked out over half a million dollars' worth of ore. A In rue
force of men is carrying forward a vigorous and carefully outlined plan of development. The policy of the mnungcmiMit is to block out
an immense tonnage, that the largo concentrator to bo erected on the property can Ik) kept In constant operation.
HON. 0. II. WAItNKIt, OF NKHHASKA, SAYS: Mlt. A. II. ItKKSK, a minim; man from Cripple Creek, says:
"llrielly, I will say that I am surprised to llnd the property Iiiihho "I regard this as one of the exceedingly meritorioiiH propositions
much promise. It exceeds my highest expectations. After climb- of the district. The veins open up strong, are highly mineralized,
i t ur over tlie Stntuliird mountain, where the bit; vein system out- and thu samples which I obtained carrv uniformly satisfactory values,
crops, sain pi I n if the ore on thu surface, and then following this by In my estimate as to the desirability of Standard stock as an in
going through the tunnels, up the raises and slopes and down into vestmeni, 1 have entirely ignored the cobalt values, and based my
the winzes, and (hiding everywhere a high (trade of ore, I cannot conclusion on the gold and silver values alone. I have no hesitancy
see what on earth will prevent this property from becoming a most in sayiui! that the slmuiug in these metals Jut lilies my reporting
important producer. favorably on the proposition. There is apparently a larno deposit of
"I found the Standard a much larger proposition than I had ex- cobalt running through the Standard vein, hut 1 regard this as pu re
peated. Its magnitude cannot bu appreciated till the several veins ly accidental and have not taken it into consideration in determining
of the great system have Immmi traced and studied where opened or ifn estimate Umiii the property. Development is being wisely ill
cropping. Then only is one in position to estimate with reasonable reeled, and the present work w ill greatly increase the sloping ground,
accuracy what the proierty promises with further development." I regard the Standard as an exceptionally good property."
OUR LATEST ASSAY CERTIFICATE
THE STANDARD CONSOLIDATED NINES COMPANY
Quartzburg, Oregon, July 15, 1903
Ox. Gold Uold, per ton. Oz. Cold (lold, per ton.
Lot No. Per Ton Dollars and Cents Lot No. Per Ton Dollars and Cents
No. 228 4.00 980.00 No. 2:12 17.00 .'110.00
No. 229 12.80 SfiM.OO No. 2.T! 17.10 lUH.OO
No. 2.'10 25.00 r00.00 No. 211 1 8.10 11)8.00
No. 21)1 11.40 228.00 No. 2115 .'I. HO 70.00
The Cobalt Runs Prom 2 Per Cent to 40 Par Cent, Which Will Add From $40 to $800 Per Ton
MK. N. F. I1KATII, OF DKNVKH, SAYS: Mlt. II. It. 1IKATII. A DlltKOTOK OF TIIK
'I made n thorough investigation of the property, nnu from the CF.KF.AI. TKUST, SAYS:
objective siint of a man who is by no means 11 tenderfoot in the
mining businen, I state that the Standard Is oueof tint biggest nrop- They have got lots of ore there, more than they will mine for
ositions in the camp. I am familiar with the Cripple Creek district, '
and I have no hesitancy in saying that there is more ore in Copper y y There is enough ore in that mountain to make 1,000
Ridge than there is from Victor to Hull hill, in Cripple Cr. ek. ,,, rlchi T,lt, ,lul.Htjon H Ktting it out. That is the work Mug
"It is not a one metal proposition. There is gold in paying quan- "
titles, copper, cobalt, and recent development! have revealed plati- undertaken now. Milling ore looks to mo like a manufacturing
num in commercial quantities. I came hen. to investigate. I have proposition. It Is lu the methods, the management, the care shown
done so, and ad vised my people to carry all the Standard stock they ;
can possibly afford to."' Kttlng values extracted from the rock."
We have 11 veritable treasure house of minerals. (Sold, Sliver, Copper, Cobalt, mid our latest strike Is Platinum In commercial
quantities. It Ih the only UOLD-COHALT mine hi the world. One great, massive mountain of ore Is at our command. Three iiiIiich
have been sonsolidated into one, Any of these would make 11 miiie of note. The trio of groups, comprising 2(1 claims, can be operated
011 one geucrnl and very economical plan.
The more you look into our proposition, thu more wo feel assured you will bo impressed wlh the desirability of mi Investment.
An investment in Standard stock will prove one of thu wisest steps of your life. It will be 11 life-long producer. It will lie a great
dividend earner. It will make nil its stockholders happy.
Come and investigate its merits. It Ih open to one and nil.
Write us for full particulars and literature descriptive of the property. If you wish wo will Imj glad to send you 11 sample of the
rare Uold-Cobalt ore by mentioning this journal. Address all luqulries to
Killen, Warner, Stewart Company
principal eastern offices 5 $7 New York Life Bldg, New York. Herman Bldg, Milwaukee, Wis.
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