The Boulder Monitor (Boulder, Mont.) 1907-current, September 14, 1907, Image 2

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_ luteni'i'to‘r' Wenonah-U. B. peasant-class matter ‘ . a mans PAYABLE 'raa liner orator! IONTB. .__.__.._.- .._.... .N ANNOUNCEIENT. .mmany vexatioua, but really ' . . ls delays, we are able to this. the first number of The Monitor, _ km for publishers to announce ent in their first aims and objects mutation. and in deference cistern we milk the follow- ars here for the purpose of a living for ourself and ind laying up a little for the .us at any time, and promise publish as good a newspaper as patronage we receive from the of Jeflerscn county will * , and our ability‘permit. And here we wish to state that an pspsris liberally patronized , business men of the cornmna cannot be made a success. ' y; the Monitor will be ' WVL—vof the good. old Lin- ,Me’Kinley, Roosevelt variety- - any populietic or ansrch'istic ~- , IWe will not be con- -hy, nor dictated to. by any fl. fiction of the party, but will be' bind at all times working for the . 'ng end success of the on (its party. At the same time we do ntfiexpect to so conduct the paper fietit will be obnoxious to persons “othetpolitical belitifs. We claim 7, shsright tobelieve eshuits us best . poltths and religion. and hope ' that we will always be broad minded “h to grant the saline privilege -1‘g'hs-Honitor will always be found laboring. to the very— best of its my, for the building up of the community—town, county end state . which we live We hope by scam treatment, strict attention “W and honorable dealings with our usighbors, te merit the patronage of the public. C. E. TBESCO'I‘T. V The socalled “sporting editors” 'tthelena papersseem to be ' 1\ f'. mean took their , ifiub team ten innings to do «u the Boulder nine in a 5 to 4 J‘s-s last Sunday afternoon. The ' .nretbat the game was pro ' tobssgoodenebypersons .whswitsessed it, and in a couple of m the game was Boulder’s it he’s could have taken advantage the openings given them bythe ”- If this had happened. we maths Helenaites would have Tm heert failure. The Monitor wants a regular ”pendent in every town in _ . county. As soon as girls the publisher will get attend become acquainted with ‘Mhy' but In the meantime we that someone will take It upon ' other-self) to sond us in the , nap din-Is on II. vs- ro- , outlook for the Hope ' ~ '0‘. within 90 days' Is brightb Beslnttss'. J The True htlning company. oper- sting the Busheye mine. 14 miles I. IIII thatis very pleasing to z)“. stock ' holders. most of whom, as thd. name would indicate. are residents of Ohio. Chutes A. West, manager of ”the company. recently informed the Inh- ing editor of the Monitor, that the: had discovered a pay streak of nearly fourfeet of leed-' -Irce sulphide ore, similar to that of the Hattie Fergu- son, Ada, Sirius, Bullion and other mines that have produced shipping ore. pacity. The old concentrator is? being rehabilitated In order to handle the ore economically, and soon the concentrates from the Buckeye will be passing through Basin on the Bingha'm Junction, Utah. There is a group of claims six miles north of Basin, to the west of Cataract creek, that' Is coming to the front daddy, and is bOund to soon at- tract the attention of, the outside world. Theniamee of some of the claims are as follows: The Hattie Ferguson, owned by Pennsylvania & Montana Mining Company , the Klon- ' dyke. under bond and lease to John Swinborns, Harry Williams and Wil- liam' Brothers; a group of claims owned by ‘H._W. Bagley,‘ of Boulder. now being operated by the two “Bil lies,” McCabe and Flood; The Nor way and other claims up the hill from the Hattie Ferguson, which Con Peterson, the owner, has great expectations; the Sirius, for the past year innings of James Gurley, the Silver'Knight, Mars and other claim owned by Louis Koltsrud; the Golden Sunlight, owned by Angus Teskey, of Boulder; a claim owned by Dr. Bainville and Mr. Sanders, of Basic. These claims are within a circle with less than a mule radius. and altbgether there are 20 to 25 men employed thereon. They lie between the Cepper Bell on the east and the Evening S'ar on the west,“both of which were for years‘ big producers 3200.000 to $300,000. The Hattie Ferguson, Klondyke and Messrs. Mc- Cabe and Flood are shipping at the present time. The Cataract District To The Front. [Written for the Monitor by one who knows.] . It is the belief of the majority of people in our great and prosperous United States, that when a nlhn has become. rich, or has acquired a great ahnnda’nce of wealth, that it has come from the hard and nncsaaing work of the grey matter in their heads, is a great many cases this' so. But when a man wantsto use grey matter and full capacity of his entire brain, he does not have to think or suppose thQIt there is but one mining district in the state of Montana, but that there are many. He does not have to go from our im mediate vicinity to look for hidden copper, silrer and lead. The he can see here at home just what he isloohing for. Why go to Nevada, Arizona, Alaska. Africa and other places wlen the metal is at his door blooming in its veins like the rose does under the summer dew. I, as the writer of this article, can take you to the veins passing east and west through this Cataract district, and point out where there have been many tons of ore shipped with only an average of 75 feet under the ,happsnings of their com- ma «only should be well ted at the state fair'to be Melons the last of this ' the tire of next. We .eo‘bs' er way '0 advertise nlty ban to get in and ' with the other counties . 'It is time for our com S of Basin are employing ' present. which hel and overcome. .4 ills lethargy caused \ if the consonant» earth’ a surface This or: 'is rain.“ to east Helena and poured into the smelter as no concentration is requir- ed. It is from mine direct to the smelter. The country is granite for- mation and true fissure veins—veins that can be followed on the surface for miles. We have plenty of timber and water at the door of these veins. They cross the eeuntrv at rightesgles of the principal creeks, afl'erdlng good tunnel sites accessible to the scanty roads. The Cataract district is not a new one. It is end has been a great pro- dIicer; and vwithinthrnsxt ifl'months there will spring up a new Nevada in the'very center of the Cataract dis- trict. We have the great Katie and Hope mines at Basin,-where they had the ysllow metal that was worth then-- seeds of dollars to theton. The Hope mine is now sinking a- now shalt. - We have the giant Eva May that In thwpsst few weeks tapped the a fine showing of gold. sil- Mr. West has recently installed- . an additional boiler of 90 horse ee-I way to the smelter, probably to of silver and, copper to an aggregate , amount variously estimated at'from‘ producer In the Cataract district. from the John'l‘. that netted him ~ to wheeleed 6 Dr fie John T. mi'uehflbssn :qpsrton is 'u . \w.\ This is the time Of the year When The Prudén “Chilling Blasts of Wih— . ter.” Good STOVES are a necessity in every household, and at no other place in Jefferson county can be found a better line of STOVES Mari prepares for the WIWIWWW w.“ ~ ‘ than we have in stock. We handle: Cole’ 5' Hot Blast Weed and Coal Heaters concerning ’ .t FROM 84. 75 TO $17.50 Retort Oak Coal Heater, Manufactured by the Marion Stove Company, Marion, Indiana, at from $30. 00, 835.1.) to $40.00. Cole? Domestic Steel Range, Crown-Niagara, Manufactured by the Niagara Steve Company, Buffalo” ‘ ‘ The Burdotte Range, Manufactured by the Wehrle Co., Akron, Chin. J\ The Silver Range, Manufactured by the Sheridan Stove Co., Quincy, III. . We handle all kinds of IStove Fittings and Fix— tures, which we are selling at remarkably low See our stock beefore buyingelseWhere _ - prices. \ ' Boulder Mercantile 0011an OOO—wOOOOOOIMOOOOIOOQ'I W longa- Lend -68~per sent, gold 819. and silver 41 cc. to the ten. It has also. a shaft only 14 feet deep that shows the lssd to be 6 to 7 feet wide, with e 12 inch streak of geisha This Inlae comprises two claims along the lesid. is ie’ granite formation. and with' a very little more development work will surely make another rich The owner has made shipments “win\only 76 test 3‘“ _——— eomlng in showing that alltthat it requires is to get down where the Installs ,. Then the Ada miss, Lillie ml the‘ West Sirius, Begl‘ey chins“. Klon- dike. Hattie Ferguson. Blaine and Garfield, Sunday Night. Cc ‘pper Bell, Bullion. Crystal. Buel.eye,.llin- and unprodnslsgthe-stalacw. \Lawton-earl. Thewrltnreaemh you where you on... ”Dwell“ seepslis and many others that have , . Yosdes't havetnprenpsstwltais' W’-.oowod ya at once for the smelter ~I‘Iee a true wildest. but some te the Bahract district and see the meet immislsg mining district in lon- tana. It is onlythlrty miles east of Bette and forty atlas westetflslsns, rind eight miles west of Boulder. -Da. R: kymmqll t &_ -'.- l , “ . ‘ ' ' ', , 'OOOOOOOOOO'OOOOo'o-r 01-00000ooooooooo-OO’OC‘O\OJOOOGOOOO oo'..-‘ _ ._ . ‘ .- . l < ',‘ ‘ ' * 3. vowooaocov noes-0-0-. V .m, sadhcredlted messiah-e ‘ ‘1 Don’t tramplodlsteet lands and 1*! '_ WWWY', -. . The administration. itls states. does not mean to confine fie Isst'e mys- mentsto the mantel. lhsprasl- ‘__‘..'...————L-- . m was so Aren'nlt w»... , g

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