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THE SUMPTER MINER
Wednesday, August 3, 1904
PEARSON 60FS EAST
WITH YANKEE GIRL
Guy Penrsou, oue of tho owners of
the Ynukco Girl. mine, dowu Bear
Gulch way, loft this afternoon for
Onrny, Colorado, his old stamping
ground. Ho will remain thoro thrco
or four weeks nud thou go to Ohio.
His purpoao in takiug tho eastoru
trip is to interest capital in tho
Vaukoo Girl, ono of tho most inter
esting mining propositions in eastron
Oregon, becauso of tho unusual
uharatcter of the oro, which has fto
quoutly boon commoutod on aud
described in The Minor.
Ho is carrying with him 100
pounds of tho black metallic lookiug
substance, prououucod pyrites of
arsonic, with which tho white por
phyry and quartz is filled. This stuff
carries from lifty to ono hundred
ouueos of gold.
Mr. Poarsou has had some corres
pondence with Ohio pouplo in regard
to this proporty aud thinks that a
doal will bo consummated without
doubt during tho next few weeks.
That Rich Briggs Strike.
Samuel Howdon, speaking of tho
recent rich strike in southern
Orogon, said to tho Spokesman Ro
viow: "One of tho finest sights that
could possibly come under the notice
of a mining man was a pailful of
quart'. 1 saw from tho famous Hrlggs
strike, it was made up of pieces of
-white, rose aud gray quartz from tho
si'.o of a waluut to slabs as largo as a
miller's hand, every pieco being
rion in bright, natlvo gold. Tho
placo whero the original discovery
was mado has boou oponoci tu a point
whoro the rich quartz narrows to a
distinct vein, two inches wide, of the
samo charaotor of high grado oro as
that found in the pookot, aud it is
the judgment of mon who have mined
iu quartz that tho find will bo de
veloped into a permanent mine of
Back from the Climax.
E. F. ZiinniB, of Houghton, Michi
gan, aud Captain A. Case, camo i
today from tho Climax, whoro they
wero making a preliminary exumina
tion of tho proporty, with a viow to
beginning extousivo operations. Just
what will ho done, or what tho status
of tho transaction is at this time, Mr.
Zimnis did not care to mako public.
Ho and Captain Case left on this
aftornoon's train for HakorCity.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
IVnirttnent of the Interior.
Land Office nt La Grande
June 18, 1004. )
Notice Is hereby given that the followlnR-named
settler has filed notice of his Intention to make final
proof In support of his claim, anJ that said proof
will be made before Chas. II. Chance, U' S. Commis
sioner, at Sumpter, Oregon, on Aug. n. w vli:
H. E. No. w,37i,
of Sumpter, OreRon. for thee V, s w Sec. ij, an J
n H n w i Sec. 34,Tp, iib,RBfcWM,
lie names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous reslJence upon and cultivation of said
land, vl: Peter J. Soards. Joeph Ryan, Ed. Mc
Nulty, Robert W. Riley, all of Sumpter. Oregon.
' E. W. Davis, Register,
DESERT LAND. MOF, NOTICE FOR
United States Land Office, (
La Grande, Oregon, June o, 1004 I
Notice Is hereby given that Joseph Wham, of
Unitv, Oregon, has filed notice of Intention to make
proof on his desert-land claim No. o6, for the setf
seli sec, jo, netf netf sec. ). lp. s.j r 37 e, W.
M .before the County Clerk of Baker County at
Baker City, Oregon, on Wednesday, the 4th day ol
He names the following witnesses to prove the
complete Irrigation and reclamation of said land:
Gene Yeager of Unlly, Ore., Thomas B. Boyer of
Hereford. Ore,. Thomas Thompson of Unity, Ore.,
Alfred Whlted of Unity, Oregon.
i. W. D avis, Register.
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REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
FIRST N ATION AL ' BANK
At Sumpter, in the State of Oregon, at the
Close of Business, July 28, 1904.
Loans and Dis
and unsecured. . 1,211.4:?
U. S. Bonds to se
cure circulation, j. . 0, '250. 00
Premiums on U. S.
Bnnking house, fur
niture aud fix
ture h 10,000.00
Expense account . lo4S
Due from National
Hanks not re
serve agents.... 10,750.0(5
Due from State
Hanks and H.mk
Due from approved
reserve agents.. 5,801. Sill
County Warrants.. 181. 110
Checks and other
cash items.... 1,481.42
Notes of other Na
tional banks.... 1,175.00
and cents 81.80
Lawful Money Re
serve in Hank,
Legal-tender notes St ,81111.00 (1:1,08(1.81
with U. S.Treas-
urer, 5 per cent
of circulation... Sil'J.50
Gold bullion SI50.05
Capital stock paid i LTi.OOO.OO
National Hank notes out
Due to other National hanks 254.50
Individual deposits subject to
Demand certilicates of deposit lU.OOO.UU
Notes and hills rediscountod. 4,5000.0
State ol Oregon,
County of itiikcr, J
I, J. V. Scribor, president of the above
named bank, do solemnly swear that the
above statement is true to the best of
my knowledge and belief.
J. W. SHRIBER, President.
Subscribed aud sworn to before me this
20th day of July, 1004.
SEAL -IAS. A. HOWARD.
TIMBER LAND, ACT JUNE 3. 1178. NOTICE TOR
United States Land Office, j
La Grande, Oregon, June o, 1004. i
Notice Is hereby Riven that In compliance with the
provisions of the act of conRress of June ), I878, en
titled "An act for the sale of timber lands in the states
of California, OreRon, Nevada and Washington Ter
ritory," as extended to all the I'ul'llc Land States by
by act of August 4, 18a?,
JOHN C. HILLMAN.
of Sumpter, county ol Baker, state of OreRon, has
this day tiled in this office his sworn statement No.
3134, for the purchase of the NM. Nlitf. NEtf NW
and lotoneiof Sec. jo. InTp. No. 11 :. range No. 18
tWM, and will offer proof to show that the land
sourIi! is more valuable for its timber or
stone than for agricultural purposes, and to estab
lish his claim to said land before Charles II.
Chance, U S. Commissioner, at hl otfice at
Sumpter, Oregon.on Wednesday, the 11st day ot
Me names as witnesses. William A, Green. Ralph
Mead, Van Rensselaer Mead, Eric '. Bergman,
all of Sumpter, Oregon.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the above
described lands arc requested to tile their claims la
this office on or before said jisl day of August, iuo
E. W. Havis. Register.
NOTICE OF FORFEITURE. '
Sumpter, linker county, Oregon,
July 21, 1004.
To A. P. ilouos aud lohu T. English:
You aud each of you are hereby
uotilied that 1 have expended duriug
tho years 1000, 1001, 1002, aud
moil, the sum of Eight Hundred
Dollars in labor and improvements
upon the Astoria aud llond quart
mining claims, situate in what is
commonly known as the Cracker
Cieek (unorganized) mini tig district
in the county of linker, state of Ore
gon, aud being situated on Little
Cracker Creek, adjoining the
Sampson mine and about two and
one-half miles northerly from the
town of Bourne iu linker county,
Oregon, iu order to hold said claims
under the provisions of Section 21121
of the Revised Statutes of the United
States, and amendments thereto con
cerning annual labor upon mining
claims, being the amount required
to hold .a hi claims for the years
ending respectively December Hint,
1000, December Hist, 1001, Decem
ber ,'tlst, t002, aud December Hist,
And yon, A. P. Jones are hciohy
uotilied that if within ninety ilaya
from personal service of this notice
upon you, or within ninoty days
from the publication thereof, you
fail to contribute your proportionate
share of such expenditure as a co
owner, which amounts to oue hundred
dollars, or twenty-live dollars for
each of the years 1000, 1001, 1002,
and 10011 from annual labor upon tho
said Astoria mining claim, your
interest iu said claim, which is 11 one
fourth interest, will become the
property of the undersigned, 10. 10.
Ilauser, your en owner, who has ex
pended on said Astoria claim for
each of the years 1000, 1001,1002
aud 100U, the sum of one hundred
dollars or a total of four hundred
And you, John T. English, are
hereby notified that if within ninety
days from personal service of this
notice upon you, or within ninety
days from the publication thereof,
you fail to contribute your propor
tionate share of such expenditure of
four hundred dollars on said Astoria
claim, as a co-owner, which amounts
to oue hundred dollars, or twenty
live dollars for e.,ch of the years
1 !)()(), 1001, 1002, aud 100SI, for
annual labor on said Astoria claim,
your interest in said claim, which
amounts to a one-fourth interest,
will hecomo the property of your co
owner, the undersigned, 10. 10.
Ilauser, who has made said expendi
ture of four hundred dollars on said
Astoria claim, or oue hundred dollais
for each of the years 1000, 1001,
1002, aud 10011.
Aud you, John T. English are
hereby further notified that if, within
ninety days from personal service of
this notice upon you, or within
ninety days from the publication
thereof, you fail to contribute your
proportionate share of the sum of
four hundred dollars expended by the
said 10. 10. Ilauser on said Unnd
claim, or oue bundled dollars for
each of tho years 19 0, 1001,1002,
and lOO.'l, your interest in said
lioud claim, which amounts to a one
half interest, aud which propor
tionate amount of said expenditure
of four hundred dnllurs amounts to
two hundred dollars, will become the
property of your co-owner tho said
E. E. Ilauser, who has made said
expenditure of four hundred dollars
od said Houd claim or one hundred
dollars for each of the years 1000,
1901, 1902 aud 1901), all by the
terms of said statutes.
First publication July 27. 1 004.
Final publication October 20,
10. 10. HA USER.
'Notice is hereby given that tho
utidorsiguod, Nellie Rusk, has been
duly appointed administratrix of tho
estate of Santford Rusk, deceased,
by the County Court of tho stnto of
Oregon, for the county of Raker. Alt
persons having claims against said
estate aro hereby required to present,
the same properly verified, to me, at
the otllce of Chas. II. Chance, attor
ney at law, Sumpter, Maker county,
Oregon, within six mouths from tho
date of this notice.
Dated this 20th day of June, 100 4.
Administratrix of the Estate of Sant
ford Rusk, deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
hi the County Court of the state
of Oregon for the county of Raker.
In the mutter of the estate of T.
M. Lavin, deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the
undersigned administrator of tho
eslate of T. M. Lavin, deceased, to
the creditors of and all persons hav
ing claims against said deceased, to
exhibit them with the necessary
vouchors within six month!) after tho
llrst publication of this notice to said
administrator, room 5, I'M rut Na
tional Hank building, Sumpter, Ore
gon, tho same being the place for
transacting the bouillons of said
estate, iu the county of Raker aud
state of Oregon.
Dated June 20, 1004.
Administrator of the Estate of T. M.
NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.
To Ole Llnquist, Peter Sod or berg
aud to"you aud each of your heirs,
executors, administrators, and assigna
are hereby notified ttiat. I the under
signed, your co-owner of the follow
ing named quartz mining claims, to
wit: The "Center Star" the loca
tion notice of which is recorded in
the Quart. Records of linker county,
Oregon, in Volume "M" at page
107 thereof and the "Center Star
Extension" the location notice of
which is recorded iu the Quart
Records of linker County, Oregon,
in Volume "M" at page I OH thereof
which notices were so recorded on tho
10th day of March, IHOO, have ex
pended the sum of 100 per claim
aud upon each theieof for the yearn
of 1000, 1001, 1002, and 1S10SI, that
said sums so expended each a ear was
for (tie benellt, improvement and
development of each thereof and an
the annual work, labor, aud improve
ments as required by the Jaws of tho
United States of America and of I ho
state of Oregon.
Aud you aud each of you are
further notified that should you tail,
or neglect to contribute and pay to
me, your co-owner of said claims your
proportionate shared of such yearly
expenditures, which is the sum of
fOO.OO 2-Si each, for uauli of snid
years above mentioned, amounting to
the sum of 1200.00 2-SI for each of
you to so contribute or pay, within
ninety days from the date of tho
llrst publication of tills notice, and
in case of you aud each of you failing
to so pay to me the said sum, your
respective interest in said quartz
claims will become the property of
the undersigned aa by law provided.
First date of publication of this
notice bo Jug the 0th day of May,.
1904. II. II. ORIFFIN.