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About The Sumpter miner. (Sumpter, Or.) 1899-1905 | View Entire Issue (May 11, 1904)
THE SUMPTER MINER
Wednesday, May n, 1904
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HERE IS THE OPPOR
TUNITY OF A LIFETIME
T ME property consists of 420 acres, two and one-half miles in
length, along a stream the entire distance. Two reservoirs,
three miles of ditches, 500 feet of pipe, good cabins. Sufficient
water to run two giants four months in the year, and from six to
seven dollars a day per man can be taken out by drifting, eight
months in the year.
From less than onj-cuarter of a mile, near the center of this
two and a half miles, $ j.ooo in gold was taken out in two seasons,
by primitive methods.
Can begin hydraulicking in March and everything is ready for
Strong ledge of free milling ore carrying good values, entirely
undeveloped, runs through the ground.
The owners aie dissolving partnership and this is a forced sale.
VY7ILL buy this ground. The profits of operation will pay for it in
two seasons, in eight months work. The proposition will
stand for the closest investigation, and personal examination is
Uemonstiate that you mean business and liberal terms will
ADDRESS "C. A. L."
CARE THE MINER