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About The Sumpter miner. (Sumpter, Or.) 1899-1905 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 28, 1903)
Wednesday, October 28, 1913
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encountered, be says; which will
average 140 to the ton. Mr. Schultz
went all through tbo workings and
mill and ' be thinks this one
of the beat managed proprtles bo
has over peon.
WHAT HAS BEEN DONE
CAN BE DONE AGAIN.
THE SUMPTER MINER
Unity the Storm Center of
Last ovttouingTIio Minor loft a cull
nt tint Ulnly telephone olllco for
Mayor McUollnoh, of Suiuptor,who 1h
down there somewhere. Through 11
mistako, iinotliiir McColloch, who
liven in I hut viciutiy, ariswircd tbo
call. Tim Mnyor wiih out ill tlio
minim iimI could not ho reached liy
From tlio gentleman of tho hiiiiio
name, it wiih learned thut tint oxelte
iiHint ovnr tint phnnolltn II ml on
Mount KhhIu continuim mill In-
tonsilles. A groat iniiny iiolu tint
going in, ruining from every dime
lion. LiihI evening nt Union there
worn Hlxly horse's staked out,
belonging to tlio nrgnmiuts who huil
arrived during tlm iitforuoon;
iimiihoi-iug nuiirly a hundred,' us ii
nuuibor of them hml walked In, IdikI
iug n pack iiniiliniil tlmt carried tho
011 til t of two or limit) men. Several
hundred prospector urn now In tho
diatrlnl and tint number Ih being
uuguimitiid ovory hour.
Of course, oluima urn lining staked
in ovory direction. Vostorday ouu
claim, tlmt hml .liutin located loss
Hutu m wnuk hko, Mold for 1000 in
wish, ami buyers with ready money
nrn thorn in iitimhora. Few truiiHiio
tloiiH luivit as yitt boon iniidit, for tlio
riuiHoii tlmt claim ownurri, being
iinoortuiu of tho viiluo of their hold
Jugs, nut roliii'liiut to null, until do
volopuiouri work indicates inure
definitely tint character mid worth of
lliini In .Hiiiuptor tho excitement
ornithines iiuiilmtod. A number of
outfits Infl toduy for tint scone of tho
now strike. Two parties wont from
llouruit; ouu consisting of Lou (tusk,
Miirlou lleokwith mid V. C. Kilman.
Tint names of tint others could not
lin lonrued. Williiim Htilimiu mid
J). M. I'irry mo organizing mi ox
itditlnu ut this writing (noon) mid
will got iiwuy Itttforn dHrk. II. L.
MiiiiiiIiik, .lack Kissel mid Kd
WiiHshurg Infl this forenoon. C. ).
Carlson, hiiiI J, L. Hill II vim It'iivo in
K. U lliiknr, proscription clerk at
Edwaid's drug store, drove ovitr tho
recently Mulshed lliirnt River roHil
yesterday, nnd reports thut it in in
good ooiiditlou. ThU till wagon
road nruto to Mount Kastus from
Sumptur la therefore tho shortest
tiy Nt losst ton mi lea mid liy fr tho
A iiinvoiiioiit ia on foot today,
backed liy Sumpter merchants to
put on a stage lino from hero to tho
heart of (hit district. Tint trip can
lio madii in loss than a day.
STRIKE AT I X L
Jamos CubIc, foreman at tbo I. X.
L.,.who pawed through tho, city pq
tho train this afternoon, reports a
rich atriko Inat night ou the north
drift of tho 200 foot level. An
elghteon inch shoot, carrying oro
that will go aa high hh 14,000 was
broken into. Tho Icdgo proper is
about throo foot in width whom this
high grade stuff was encountered.
Mr. Cusic wiih on bis way to Port
land to rccoivo medical attention for
injurloH which ho sustained from an
accident soiim tlmo ago. Ho had
Home of tho oro with him. It
simply pliiHtorod with froo gold.
ON BIG FOUR.
AT THE GOLCONDA.
President Rutter Here to
Begin Long Gross-cut.
V. C. Uultor. of Soattlo, president
nf tbo Kittiinaulng Mining company,
operating tho Dig Four group, catno
in UiIh morning und loft at once for
tho property. Jin will atari n long
oriiHHCiit n once In accordanco with
tint iidvlco given by Wnrren Cubic
who o.xiimlni'd mid reported on tho
claims when Mr,. Hotter wax hero
about n mouth ago.
'I'll I h crosscut will have to bo
carried ii distance of some 000 or
700 feet to reach the veiu und will
give ii depth of over BOO feet. Tbo
prcHout plun Is to tup tint ledgo
under ii point on tho surface uhich
hIiowh u width of sixteen feet liotweeu
mil Ih, with highly aatlsfHi'tory vhIuch.
Mr. Ituttor will roniuln aoverii 1
duya ut tho property to Inaii gurato
E. AND E. TAKING
OUT RICH STUFF.
.1. P. Schultz, of Milwaukee, presl.
dent of tbo Old Abo company, who in
hem ill tho interest of his holdings,
was up ut tbo (iolooudn yesterday
mid reports a good strike ou the i '""
A rollnhlo report from tbe E.
and K. states that near tho eud line
of tbo property which adjoins the
Tabor fraction, ore practically the
same in cbarcator and value as that
now being sacked at tho latter, is
being taken nut. It is stated that
It is unquestionably tho same shoot
tint on thoK and E. ground it shows
considerably greater strength, owing
to tho fact thut tho depth is greater.
In tho Tabor fraction shaft tho body
moHriurcH three fcot, and has sttength
cued from about eighteen Inches to
its prexeut width in tbo shoit
distance the shaft has been curried
down slnco it whs encountered.
Tbo K. und E. peoplo tire workiug
ii force of seventy men, underground
und on tho outside. The surface
work cotiHlfta in repairs, Homing for
w titer power, mid general
body of ore was
for sturtiug tho mill in
The Making of the North Pole, Eureka and Excelsior, Colum
bia and Uolconda into big producing mines by systematic, intelli
gent development work Is a record of success In the history of tb
Great Mothor Lode of tbo Cracker CreoK district.
The Consoli'daUxTFraclioa, lying between' the 'Columbia ' ana
Eureka and Excelsior mineas, opened a body of oro of phenomenal
richness, ouhanciug its valuo thousands of dollars.
THE NEXT IN LINE WILL BE THE VICTOR
Decauso Its properties adjoin tkex Consolidated Fraction,' aud hi ,
tunnol drlvon from its group will po'n the- great ore body just
Is boing devolopod In a systematic, Intelligent maunor, tinder
tho supervision of tin oxporiouccd mbio managor. This fact, and the
constantly Increasing vuluos in the-oro bodies, ASSURE THE SUC
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theso mines by soudiug for a Prospeetus and Maps.
YOU WILL NEVER REGRET AN INVEST
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