Barnes Store and Yankee Jims
November 2008 by Don Robinson...there was much speculation about what happened to Yankee Jim after he sold his claims and moved away. Rumors had it that he was involved in many underhanded activities, including arson at several different town sites.
• IRS—Inept Resource Specialists
• A drought of common sense
• Thanks for your service, now please hold...
• A breath of fresh air?
• Ay Carumba!
• Principal pours it on a little too thick...
Two companies are looking to mine the largest known iron ore deposit in the West—a 50-year supply at a rate of 1 million metric tons a year.
It said to put a number of different-sized nuggets in a jar, and then cover them with the magic cleaner fluid. Then, vigorously shake the contents for a couple of minutes.
Some scattered reports say that gold may have been washed from streams here as early as the 1840s, but the undisputed major discovery came in 1870.
Maguire and the traders and companies they represent were all aware of the price manipulation and were all profiting from it, but it became such a regular occurrence that his conscience told him it was time to put a stop to it. That’s when he contacted the CFTC.
Sampling other people's stockpiles or dumps has some inherent risks that sampling undisturbed ground does not have.
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