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THE SUMPTER MINER
Wednesday, May 11,1904
STATE HAS FOUR
IIll I IflrM V I I IAmI-Ii
Oregon Receives Therefrom
an Annual Interest In
come of About
Says a iccent dispatch from Salem:
The state of OiciJnii now has 4.
(1(1(1. 0I)(I nf school funds draw Inn in
terest at an average of six pur cent. " "
ThlH is the larest sum the state ever' S. W. Frost, formerly employed at
hud liawluu inteiest audit repiu- the (.Juleondu, leturned yesterday
scnts the limit of the irreducible frun, trip throuxh Idaho, and the
Hchiml liiml, for 11 niiiiilier of yeaiH Coeiir d'Alenes. John Jones and Kd
hence, at least. The revenue from y. Healy. also lately of the Col
this tuii'l will be about $210,000 pel conda, went with him, autl secured
year and from this the expenses of employment at the MurnliiK initio,
ruiinlm; the Slate Laud department IOar Wallace, Idaho,
must be paid, amnuiitluK to less than .r. -Vont says he saw nothing.
1(1,(1(10 per year, leavliiK aliout better, lu fact, not as Kood its Sump
i'j:ill.li()() to hoTTIstrlbtitcd annually 1 ,-, t liiritiK his travels, and he ilu
miiiiiiK the counties of the state upon elded to return. Though a temper
the basis or school population. The rK.u man, Mr. Frost had occasion to
iipportioumeiit this year will here, visit a number of siiIooiih duriiiK IiIh
iluced somewhat by icasiiu of repay- alienee, lu order to form some est!
incut of Inteiest icceived from pur- niatu of business conditions. He
chasei'H of laud wl the title tailed, 'j,, there was little dulliK in the ills-
Of this total or ? 1.110(1.(1(1(1, about triolet that he saw com pared with
:i,Ml(l.(iOOIs luihcrormnr Itiiius.aiiil Sumpter, and stialKuhMiy he had a
erillll.OOO is lu the roi'iii or dererretl hunch to ct back here as speedily as
payments 011 sales of school laud. , pnBsihle.
Of the loans, l.'J.'id.noil is out. on
real.es.a.e n,or..,e securities paylu 5 u r R j, (,
six per ceiil interest.
The other i?'J."iO,00(l Is luvesteil in 1 The scutch for uiauliiiu oies oes
school tlistiict liouils lieaiinu live per oil persistently by prospector and
cent luteie-t. The cTillll, (Kill due on ' scientist, for nut or these the won
sales or it ill is dinning Inteiest 'it derful new iniital--radium- ismau
nine 11 ml seven per cent. An aveinue iifactiircd. The fmil that it takes
rate ol llltelest oil the whole 81.-
..!..,..... .r n, , ......
Less than a veur auo the state
tti'iistuy colilalueil c1 7 1! fi . 1 1 1 1 1 1 or idle
their bonds to the state at live per
cut. I'liilcr this law the State Lund
himid has houchl school district
bonds to the iiiniiuiit of ?'J.'0,lH!0
sime lust July. The tluhtcului, of
the money inuikct In the last six
mouths has raised the lute ot inteiest
ilemauded bypiivale capltalsts and
borioweis havii turned to the echool
fit till. uh"ii they could uttt money al
nine per cent. Tim litlliiie of C II.
Wade, al Pendleton, caused the bank
with which he was connected to cull
in a number ot Us loans and many or
the.iebtots shifted their loans to the
The rapid development of euteru
Oi.-k'nn caused a demand fur money
lu that section anil the Slate l.uud
board made a Iiiikc number of loans
til people Alio WCIC llUlltllUU Irrlsta-
i ii.. .1... .... ..1 1 e. .......
nun iiiii-iiih in vieiiiiiiK "' iiiiiii.
Kathcr thau sell 011 a weak market,
- ., . .-. ..,
lllllll(, ill ,111' i-iirti'iii . .1,-1111 .11111,.
men held their stock last fall ami
hnrtoucd money to cany them over,
All of thcMt cltcuiustauceH combined
to make a lively demand for loans
frmii llui ki.liniil fllllil unit t.llrnlim.
... .l.i. .11
which was expected to last until
the end of this year. Is not all lent. ,
The same conditions which culled
, 1 1 ..1 1 1 . 1
this money out of the school fit ml
.. .1. mi.H.1 1.111.1. "'"' -. '' ' """; ,j0,, HU.r, Jabes Wicks. Win. Dun-! "" l". "I JUKI 3. .17.. NOTICE FOR
was then ttle prospect tint is tact that it costs a million doll ' ' ... PUBLICATION.
.. 1 ... 1 1 1 . r 1 .1 eii. llert ISudtler, lluriy llituby, MHol
niouev won Id soon be put out at in- lars a pound to mauufactiiie the , ., ' , , . t
... , . , . ,, ,. , - , Kcurdoii, W. F. Diaper, loin Davis, ,
teres), but seveial ciicilliistiiut'es have ladiuin. 1 he wouilerflll proper ., ., ., .. .. ,, .. ,., ., United States Land office, (
combined to c.eate 11 .leinaud for the ties attributed to radium, iimoiiu f " 1-",'Vr fl' '. '..."'..'.' M ,!i5i""i:J "OT' ii'Sj L ,25.-.l..
. . .1 1 ... , ,, ., I 4 I. . .1 I ' K, ...... ..,,
llllllkltr ll II mllllll'll l. I. ' I'liuir i uricrj until iimi hi nain'immr wiiu uir
school hinds. The li'KUIntiiio in th that which, has always beon "'" r. .11. u. . io.juiiiii, .. r,jii., oitheact otcongressoi June , .1878. en-
, . . . . . . , . 1 11 1 1 1 Carver, L. Phlllier, W. A. Mlltler. I lltled"An actlor the sale oltltrl-er lands In the states
V.I0.I uscd ail act Milllll Ills! school ICKUIiIeil as a dream of the alchemist, ...... , .. ,, .,.,,.1 lot Callfotnla. Oregon. Neiada and Washington Ter-
lUli-lntH v.l, mi miilitiiLliiiiiik In nllnr lliii nimoi- In eliutice one metal into 'ol,t.Oellfs, .las. .MllNOll, ITIIIIK I.Oll- ,it0,y," as extended to all the Public Lind States by
illsliicis. uiimi 11111KIIIK loans, 10 oiler me powei tomiiuiM' one menu into . n'H,,r..ii :,w I. 1 by act ol AuLust4.l8g.
1 Iiiih made receipts small. .Men who
1 linvij liKt'iitoforo borrowed aio nut
payluu back mill deterred payments
"" "ir'uuei "' Miiiijoi iiiiiii lire Blow.
in purchases cif school liinil are slow
Thotrnwnry will prolml.ly take In
come 81:!, 000 per mouth ami thin
will lie all the State Lund hoard will
have to loan.
It" will he the pnllcyof he tljoiinl
to favor email borrowers, as tho
money will heuellt more people this
way. In all the Ioiiiih that have
been tiiade the hoard Iiiih been careful
to accept only Kllt-eduo security, ami
it Ik believed there Ih not a loan out-
stnndllitf that would hIiow 11 loss even
,,,,., 1 11 1 1 1
if hard tlllll'H should brilll llhollt II
decline In real estate values.
SIMPIER BEAIS EM
ALL SAYS MR. FROST
some ,i, 000 tons of Hist class pitch -
1. 1.. ...l.i Inn...... f i.!....lii,... 11
auohler, - - uatiirally excites curiosity
and stimulates both cupidity and
research, let. 110 one may siiy t
what the fillillt' may reveal.
reulou rich In 1 ml 1 11 tit producing
minerals may be found, or a simpler
ami less expensive process or 111111111-
fuel tire discovered, or some other
inliiciiil that will possets 11 lui'i:e pint
or Its piopcitles may come to 0111
kuowletlue. We ale only oil the
thiesholtl or the eaith's mysteries as
Hlflh Assay Values at Valley Oucen.
A telephone messaiie this iittt'i'imon
fioin .Superiuteiideut Tom C. Cray,
of the Valley (Jueeii, statetl that the
assay let urns from the samples
.. .. . - ..i
two of radium tloesi
. 1 . . .1 .1 sen, O. Uo, I'I-iiiik
to dampen the 111 dor ,. ,. . ,. ...
1 I , lilii, I..I Itlllllli,
lirilUKlIt 111 the littler (lay from ttlC'Sesmotr ll Hell, his attoreev In la;t. whose Post
v.. i .iuir. -. fi.t I
nii-e ill .111. . mill, wi'iii .1...11 i.Hiiii'h
in Kold and I. Ill ctiuces in silver,
... . .... , ., . 1
ill 1, lull,, ill v I " 111 IIIU lull.
These were the samples mentioned
in Sitttiiduy's Issue. The oie had
every appearance or beltiK hluh crude,
but It was huitly thought it would
luiu viilmiu In Hut .ivtoltf ll .it-oil
1 1 11 ,. ii. 1 .11 I
snrpiised Mr. dray. W ork on this
dilft Is now helm,- pushed to the
south, while development is proceed u J
1 .1 ,.i 1 I
in uthcr parts or the mine. I
, To the iinwiraiilo Uounty Court of
the State of OreRou for the County
... . , 111 .111 rlton." as extended to all the I'utllc LanJ states ty
We the iiiidiTHlk'ned petitioners, actof Augusta, iSg,
lieitiK mi actual majority of the whole ' WILLIAM A. (iREEN.
niinidfr nf louul rntoni In t In. Croon. , "' Sumpter, County ol ttakei, Slate ol Oregon, has
lllimuer OI IlKIII VOiers 111 IIIC UrtCU- llJ(i; ,,,.a t,, office his sworn statement
horn Precinct, ilaker County, Orruou L " 8S. lor the rurchase 01 the Njj NEj;. NE'f
. , .... , 1111 ' NW; anJ Lot 1 of Section No. 10 In Township No.
hereby petition your honorable body ,, s Range No. 38 E. w. M.. anj m ofier prooi
In urn nt 11 IIpoiihii In (', II Silionntopi l show llial "" lanJ sought Is more valuable
10 Kraiu a license (o v. 11. suiepsieri lor ltJ ,mr.,.r or lone ,(;, lor agricultural
to sell Spirituous, malt, liud villous I purposes, and to establish his claim to
., , , .... , . , said land before Chas. H. Chance, U. S. Com-
llllliorn in less (tuantittes tllHU 0Ul I m0ner, at his office at Summer. Oregon, on
KRllmi at his place of business, tarl' v,n ,
1110 period 01 Olie year, WIIICIl
I 1 .1 11 1 11 t. . 1
kllOWII as the UOIld House situate ill
yuil tiriiiiiiit mi Mm omnitv rnml I descrlled lands are requested to Me their claims In
said prentice on uie count roai( oUi(t bn of ote tJ lgth d o( A,ay
run n Inn from the City of Sumpter to
Canyon City and being in Section
III T. 10 S. It :irila K. V. M. And
that the same in not within one mile
of any mine, and the place of locu
tion is known us "Tipton" and
your pet I Honors will ever pray.
C. S. Collins, T. B. Oilkey, Frank
Mc.Mhiiiis, J. 11. Pratt, (J. S. Jackson,
S. J. Kersharu, John Fotfiirty, F. K.
Ilurmati, John Sutherlautl, W. A.
Saunders, II. C. Seoul, (ieo. .all,
Itnot Preston, Fred Dolialdsntl, Zlm
,, , . .,,,,, ,n r,
DHUSOU, Jack Mlllis, Tom Carney.
1iw,b lluitlwiu Itili Mnnrn Tnm t' li.
Jack IIUKIICS, UOl) .Moore, lom 111 -
lams, L. (itllls, llillie Cole, Chas
Colmaii, Chas. Campbcl, A. Llrantlen
burK, Andy O'llaia, lioy Chittenden,
John Jus. Loy, (i. S. i'attersou, K
10. Drlscoll, Mat Lampi, Kd Herman,
llary Danes, Fred Danes. Kd Dauus
Peter ilratly, (ins Lapka, Jim Currie,
Tom Colbert, Jos. lliicaunn, Pat
llucaiioii, West lilyor, All Sherrlll,
Frank Shaver, Win. lliadv, Chas.
Moore, Phil Mtirry. Clif Stok.
Ilailey Smith, Henry Smith, Hurley
Smith. W. II. Kelley, lllll Kodijers,
John llnnihi, Kd Ciauuer, licit Coin
stock, llt-rt White, Morris Sullivan.
iSamStott, Kd Sullivan. Will Sprin
Kit, Joe Smith, II. P. Semiird, (ieo.
Ilulse, T. II. Murphy. John
M,,, , ... i, . i- t
illlini, Will. Pent, IIOIIHIllS
Weaver, Atlliy Llirseil, Alfled Llllllllll,
II M It... f I....I...... Ml 1?
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I Uli. 111 I..I IT1111I1I11 lliiu I iifiirri l.iifl
'""-" "" """ " V
v.. 1 ui... Il.,l...r.l...,. 'I'l... 11,. ....
Neiiiuce, Sim Itlchardsou, Tim Daw-
sen, O. Cow Frank
W. W. Smith.
Culloch, Wm. Peterson, Jas. (losheu,
Frank Kliue.O. K Slearns.ToinFrazer,
L. McOifKiJor, Unity Wilson, Jell.
.Notice Is licreliy Ulvell mat tilt), stone than tor agricultural purposes, and to eslab
.....I.....I..... ,1 ...Ml ......I.. ,.. tl... II.,.. ' I'sh his claim to said land before Charles It.
Undersigned Will apply to tlie Hull Chance. I' h. Commissioner, at hi. oflice at
orilble County Cotllt of Ilaker ' Sumpter, Oregon.on Thursday, the and day 01 June.
COIltlty Oil tilt) l'Jtll tlliy of May, j He names as witnesses'. Van Rensselaer .Mead,
1001, or us soon
tl,,,r.,ff.,r - i.u.v
,slllt the convenience or the Court
1 III!' II license III uccoruillicc Willi 1110
i terms ot the above petition. I
I C. II. SCHKPSTKi:.
United States Land Omce. f
La Grande. Oregon, April 18. 1004.1
Notice Is hereby ghen that Edward H. I'eri'n,
whose pottottiCe aJJ
aress is vtmiams, Aiuona, rv
ottifr address is Sumrtrr.' Oregon.
did. on the
i.,n j-, An,, ,00, make application to select.
'unJtr the Act of June 4, lfo? (10 -tat.. oi, the
following aescrirea liaci 01 lana, in iiaei louniv
Oiep.in. In the La (irandc Oreeun. land district.
10-wir- . ...lnJ
The S W , ot the N "' ',: the N '. ol the S W 1 No.
j; and the i W ol the S w 'i ot section at. Tp.
4 south, range )r East ot the Willamette .Meridian
That the purpose ot this notice Is to allow all Per
sons claiming the selected lands under the mining
liws, or destnng to show It to te mineral in charac
ter, an oppmtunit.i to tile objections to such selection
with the olllCirs'vt the LnltedMa'es land O.tice
,t 1, (i,,nde Oregon. within thim dais alter tie
1: w, Davis, Registtr
Date of fust publication May 4. 11W4.
Date otiattrubikation Jure s, tvci.
TIMBER LAND. ACT JUNE j, iS;F.-NOTICB FOR
Unl'ed Stairs Land Office. I
La Grande. Oregon, .March a. 1904.
n0,ic- thereby eK.ii that in compliance ni. the
HM..yn" tZ lV'v""il!lSl
I ol California. Orepon. Nevada and Washington Ter-
I8'aiaer .ieaj. Anarew J. uenny, ana siepnen
I Jackson, all ! Sumpter, Oregon,
Anv and all persons claiming adi
erstlv the above
E. W. UAVIS Register.
TIMBER LAND, ACT JUNE 3, 1878
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Unite J Slates LanJ Office, f
La GranJe, Oregon, March 1. 1004,
Notice Is hereby given that In compliance with the
proNlslons ol the act ol Congress ol June 1. 1878, en
titled "An act lor the sale of timber lanJs In the
Stairs of California, Oregon, Nevada, and Washing
ton Territory," as exlenJed to all the Public Land
States by act ol August 4, 1891,
WALTER L, SPARKS,
nf timMr. fnunlv nf Halter, state of Oregon, has
' tins day nied in tins omcr lil sunrn statement ri.
jtEo lor the purchase ill the W !(Nfi((,N Wj(S
E l and.N'Eti S W Jo! section .so. 11 in township
No. 10 south, range No j8 r. w m. anJ III offer prool
to show that Hie lanJ sought Is more aluable for Its
) Umtrr or stune than for agricultural purposes. and to
I establish his claim to said land before Charles II.
1 Chance, I. S. commissioner, at his olt.ee al Sump-
ter, Oregon, on Thursday, the iqth day ol May, 1004.
Me names as witnesses: van Kennseiaer ftieaj,
Ralph .MraJ, William A. (ireen anJ Charles L.
Terry, all ot Sumpter, Oregon.
AnvanJali persons claiming adversely the above
Jescrlbed lands are requested to file their claims In
this office on or before said loth dav ol .Mav, 1004.
I:. W Davis, Register.
TIMIIER I AM). ACT JUNE 1, i8,8-.OTICU IOH
United Stales Land Oftice, j
La (Irande, Oregon, lebruary i'0, 1004 (
Notice Is hereby given that In compliance ullh the
ptulslonsof the act ol Congress ol June 1. 1878 en
titled "An act for the sale of timber lands In the
States ol California, Oregon, Nevada and Washing
ton Territory," as emended to all the Public Land
States b act ot August 4, iSgj.
HENRY A. CARRIS
!otC.inon Clt; County ol Crant State ol Oregon,
lias tuts jav riiea in 1111s onice 111s SHorn state
ment so to, Inr the purchase of the S W K S II ',
section No 6; M!!,' NW!,' and N!S N I: ol section
No. 7 Tp. No. la south U. No. 17 lU'M. and will olfer
rrtiiif tu khow that the land souiht Is more valuable
1 tor Its timber or stone than for agricultural purposes,
I , ... ... ....II. t. (.1- ..LI... .... .1 l. 1 .,..... !..
1 iiiu u rsi.iriiu .us iiiiu ,u ia iui ixiui. .iih.
n, Q,.,nce, U. S. Commissioner nt bis olhce at
j iumrter. Oregon, on Monday, the oth Jay of May,
Ill .. .liH...Lu.. t'.nU....J...U..
Ralph Mead, nl humpler. Oregon; Lemuel King,
. ' . ( .... ....'. ..
Lemuel narneir 01 mure,, yiegon.
I Any and all persons ilalmincadiersely the above-
j Jescrlbed lanJs are requested to file their ilalms In
this omce on or belore said ith day ot Ma, mot-
U w. DAVI. Keglster.
nt Sumpter, county ot Ilaker, state of Oregon has
this dav tiled In this olhce his shorn statement No.
lo-o. lor the purchase ol the V (j S W )f , Sec. 11.
S W H N W M nt Sec. No. 78 In Tp. No. 10 .
range No. 6 Lu , and will oiler proof to show that
.1,.. I.nl .,....1.1 Ic ...,.. v.ln.hlB Inr lit .Imhar it.
I ".?" I "":. iSK"w ! lauaieio. james v. v.un-
nell 1. all ol Sumpter. Oreton.
Any ; and all persons claiming aversely the ;boe-
described lands are requested to Me their claims In
tins omce on or belore said anjja ot june.iw
E. w. Davis. Register.
ACT JUNE 3. 1171.
PUBLICATION. NOTICE FOR
United Stales Land Olhce,
La (iran le, Oregon,
April 38th, 11404 )
Notice Is hereby given that in compliance with the
provisions ot the act ot congress ot June 1, 1878, en
titled "An act lor the sale ot timber lands In the states
ot Calltornla, Oregon, veiada and Washington Ter
ritory," as extended 10 all the Public Land states by
act ot August 4,184',
HARRY K. HUNKER,
ol Sumpter, county ot Baker, state ol Oregon, ha.
this day tiled In this otlice his sworn statement No.
)oSg, tor the . purchase ot the t a h fc !..
vi ; m:1) 01 section iso. 70 in lownsiup
g south, range No. 17 tM'w, and will
oiler rrout to show that the land sought Is more
valuable tor its timber or stone than lor agricultural
purposes, and to establish his claim to said land be
fore Chas. II. Chance. U. S. Commissioner, at
Sumpter, Oregon, on Saturday, the iblli Jay ot
lie names as witnesses: Morris II. Allen, Thomas
Moore. Ralph MeaJ, anJ Van ReJsselaer Mead,
allot Sumrter, Oregon.
Anv and all rersons claiming adiersely the above
dcscrlbed lands are requested to tile their claims In
this ottice on or before said 16th day ol July, 1004,
E. W DAVIS Register