October 7, 2008
Shoshone Silver Mining’s Lakeview District Fall Update
Shoshone Silver Mining Company (OTCBB: SHSH) is pleased with its progress at the Company's Lakeview Mining District, located approximately 35 miles north of the famed Silver Valley Mining District.
CORE DRILLING PROGRAM COMMENCES
PROCESSING ORE AT THE LAKEVIEW MILL
Shoshone's Lakeview Mill generated concentrates from stockpiled ore this summer using its one hundred ton a day ball mill and floatation cells as well as a new set of zinc cells. Work has commenced on bringing an additional 250 ton a day ball mill on line, and additional floatation cells will be added when needed.
Shoshone President Lex Smith stated, "The Lakeview Mill renovation project is critical in our growth plan for the Lakeview District as we make expect to make the transition from an exploration company to a production company. We have always felt a centrally located milling facility was a necessity, allowing us to capitalize on our complex land package in the district." Smith went on to say, "We are confident that historical past production reports from the 7 mines encompassed by Lakeview District holdings show great promise for the area, and we are working to have additional, current drilling data to analyze."
About Shoshone Silver Mining
Founded in 1969 as a silver exploration, development and production company, Shoshone maintains a diverse portfolio of mineral exploration projects in northern Idaho and across the western United States and Mexico. Shoshone stock trades on the Over the Counter Bulletin Board under the symbol "SHSH."
Contact: Investor Relations Keith Wallace Email Contact 208.752.1070 www.shoshonesilvermining.com
SOURCE: Shoshone Silver Mining Company