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THE SUMPTER MINER
Wednesday, September 16, 190?
GROUP RECENTLY ACQUIRED BY
Air Comprtuor to Be Installed Cabins
Being Comptttcd Road to be Built,
and Great Improvements to be Carried
00 Mr. Bryan, Superintendent, Well
Known Mining Man.
Dunphy and Peter Howard, from the
MILL TO ARRIVE SOON.
Arthur K. liryiin, Hiiorlntnndont
of tliii North Atnoririiii (lold Alining
ooniuiny, of Honttlu, operating thu
Pnrciiplnii group in thu Wind Crook
dixtrinl, wish In thoolty hint wook und
.slated to h Minor roproHoutittiro that
itn air oninproHHor Ih to ho ItiHtallod
, nt thu property in it Hhort tlnio. A
good forco of mull Ih ut work now
tiomplnling uahliiri, hunk und hoard
ing Iioiihoh proprutory to continuous
' win tor work. A road Ih ill ho loing
ooiiHtruotod up Wind Crook und will
ho fliiiaiiod hoforo thu machinery
1 To thu old Porunplnn holding!,
,l)ii whloh h groat dual of work hiiri
.eilntiMly Itwii acuqinpllHhud, .tho com-
pan rodontly nddud tliroo now claims.
ThoHii nro, tho Kldou and Lunt Dollar
Moriitrod from Inane King, of llouruo,
and thu Oro Kino from Mr. Wnlgand,
1ho, of Ilonrtiu. Thu Porotipluu
Wroup ' prnpor wan takon over hoiiio
tlmn hnforu thlH by tho Seattle
pooplo from l)r, (J rant, K. L. Turuor
atnd JatuoH HuiiiKurduor. On tho
7'orntipinu oliiim thu moat work has
i)ooii dono. Thin roproHontH an ox
pondituro In shafts and crosscuts of
oviu- an, 000.
It Ih tho purpoHo of thu now pooplo
to puah dorolopuiout work at a rapid
rato. Work wan Htartod thin wook
on a 1,200 foot crosscut which will
out thu llvu lodges of thu proporty,
and will attain a maximum depth of
1,000 foot. These aro strong, well
elotluod voIiih, tho main Porcupine
vein roprorioutlng an average width
of over twenty-llvo feet.
Mr. Ilryati, who assumed tho
Mieriiitoudoncy, when thu now pooplo
took over tho proporty, la among tho
in out oxeprienced milling men in tho
district, having lieen with Clark
at Anaconda for fourteen yearn an
mining enlgneer, and for two yearn
ns head chemist. Ho states that it
Ih IiIh purpose to develop tho Porcu
pine In tho speediest manner possible.
Dixie Group Machinery To Be Put la
Frank Ray, one of tho owners of
tho Dixie group, returned last wook
from San Francisco whoro bo pur
chimed tho machinery for u Kiukead
mill to ho erected ut tho proporty.
Ah previously statea It is to bo a
twenty ton plant. Tho macblnory Ih
expected to arrlvo In a fow days.
Laldlaw and St end man have tho
coutract for erecting tho buildings
and installing tho plant. Work is to
ho started ut ouce.
DRIFTING ON VEIN
No. 4 at Valley Queen Gain
DEATH OF WALTER ALLEN.
Well Known Mining Contractor Diet at
Waller It. Allen, a mining con
trad or, well known in the city, died
at Maker City hint Saturday morning,
of typhoid feer, after a week's
illness. The deceased wan lit yearn
old, and an Englishman liy Mrtli.
Ho came hero from llrltlsh Columbia,
where he wan engaged in mining,
about four yean ago. Ho wan un
married. Thu funeral took place In the K.
of P. hull hero Sunday afternoon at
'2 o'clock, under the direction of
Knights of Pythian, assisted by tho
KlkH, to which orders Mr. Allen
'belonged, Rev. Temple of tho Metho
dist church, otllclutlug. Tho pall
Jtiearor were. C. C. Handle. Chester
Pray and ). A. Johnson, from tho
Pjthlans, and Anthony Mohr. T. II.
Vein No. 4 at tho Valley Quoon,
which wiih cut Home time ago la now
being drlftod upon, and it la not
only Htrongthoiiing with dtatanco but
in carrying vory satisfactory values.
At tho timo thin voin whh cut on tho
main levol It was drifted upon a
dlstanco of somo ton foot when jt
showod a tendency to pinch, and
work for tho timo as abandoned at
thin point. Tho drift now, howovor,
has boon carrlod forty-llvo foot, and
Charles Warrou, foreman at the prop
erty, states that tho vein has a width
of two foot and Ih rapidly gaining
strength. Tho main ledgo, howover,
has tint yet boon reached, and No. 4,
tho ouo in question, la the strongest
oucnuutorod ho far on tho crosscut.
Foreman Warrou atatoa that the
Ironing of tho working levol haa been
completed, all tho wl'utor supplies
aro now In, and tho company la
prepared to prosocuto dovolopmont
work continuously until spring.
My stock of fall and winter
Millinery Ih how in. Au Invitation
is extended to tho ladies to call and
soo tho uo w goods.
MRS. W. S. EKHRMAN.
PHILBRICK & FENNER
MINING 4 CIVIL ENCINEERS
U. S. DEPUTY MINERALSURVEVORS
EXAMINATIONS AND REPORTS
ROOMS 2 & 4, SANK Of SUMPTER
LOO. SUMPTER. OREQON.
IUESSEN A CLARKE
MINING & CIVIL UNCINtr.RS
I'xprrt Onmlnitlont. R, port on Mining Propcrtl
),li!nlnE nj Intuiting Mill n4 I'uwrr l'lnu.
II S Mlimul anJUiiJtrtiruunJ Survrt.
Mnagrmrnt "I Mining I'roprrllet.
MINING MD INDUSTRIAL
ltcHiks are now open for subscriptions
to tluvl'ucitlc Lunitter and Live Stock
Company, an industrial of unusual
merit. l.ook into it.
A u'mup of niines with 00 feet of de
velopment work dune, demonstration
value will lie sold ns a whole or will sell
one-half interest and work the property
in con ned ion with purchaser. Best
chance in the district.
F. O. BUCKNUM
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