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About The Sumpter miner. (Sumpter, Or.) 1899-1905 | View Entire Issue (June 13, 1900)
THE SUMPTER MINER.
Wednesday, June i j, 1900
A CHILD mav inherit a parent's strength, it may inherit his
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weakness. There is food for sober thought expressed in
that sentence. Strength is a natural condition, weakness the re
verse. For thirty years I have been showing men the road to
strength. I have demonstrated a natural remedy to be the true
remedy. I have made a specialty of nervous and organic weak
ness in men as a result of youthful errors or later excesses, such
as Drains, I mpotency, Lame back, Varicocele, etc. I could not give
you as good service as some doctors in fevers, or pneumonia, or
smallpox. I am no authority on obstetrics or tuberculosis. Of
course I studied these subjects, but this is a day of specialties.
I know the nervous glandular system of men. That's my strong
oird. I treat weak men, and weak men only. In the beginning let me say I use no drugs. When I take your
money I want to give value in return. I couldn't do that and give you drugs for weakness. They stimulate.
1 1 iey give "quirk results," but you fall back into a worse condition. You are weak, you have robbed Nature by
abusing her laws, but she is magnanimous, she is forgiving. I will ask her to give that strength back to you. I
.1111 the inventor of an appliance which puts in you hands a means of using Nature's great restorer, Electricity.
lit is the Famous Dr. Sanden's Electric Belt:
with attachment for Mini. Mind vvh.it I say.
I ist vr.ir. All absolute cnrrs alter all else had (ailed.
In ten years (mm date this Hell will be the world's remedy (or Mich. This is no boast. I received 6000 testimonials
I (ailt'd. I'he treatment is most commnnsense. It appeals to better judgment. It is the lout contintitd use of the
purr galvauk current whkh does the work. Ordinary batteries are worthless. I hey do not generate the volume, and cannot be applied Ions enough. That's
why I invented my Heitrii Itelt. It was to till a w.int. Yon put it on when you go to bed, take it off next morning. That's what does the work. Seven
bonis of Nature's slieiiglhener e.uh d.iv for ninety days, with a little sound adviie to suit your case. That's all. That will bring you back to strength.
IKI-.I: HOOK. Wiite for liee book, " I hree Classes o( Men," w hicli esplains all. Sent in plain, sealed envelope. Write "today.
DR. A. T. SANDEN, Russell Building, Portland, Ore.
NEW PLACER COMPANY.
Will Work the Griffith Mines
on a Large Scale.
I he ( rrgou I'l.icer and I'ower company,
with a i.ipilal stock ol 5 1 ,000,000, Is the
11 une ol a mmpuiv org.iuied in Sump
ter lor the purpose of wnikiug the t.imous
rillitli pl.iier mines, hunted about eight
miles uoiihwi'st ol Suiupter and about
two miles limn the Crauite wagon
I he propeity itinsisls of .voaiies, it
tiring an old ill Hindi deposit and has .1
leplh ol about seven! vtive leet ol pay
jli.ivel, whlih will avenge tvventvllve
tents to the y.ud and is oo to 500 leet
in width, with comparatively lew large
I he kompauy has a si mile iliUh, (..it
iving lioin fioo In N mini-is iiuhes of
water, whli It Is woith a small loituueiu
I his pioportvis to be equipped at ome
tor work on .1 luge sule. Neil 'I.
Siirrnsen, the piomoter.ls to be luiiginiu
lated on seiiiilug this valuable ground lor
i'jrAblf ol the Advertiser.
'Heboid .111 advertiser went lotth to sow.
And when he sowed, some fell Into
liindbills and dodgers, and the street
jjeauei i.iiueand gatheied them up.
Some tell among lOiuett and theater
imtgiams, and the people being lutetested
in the performance and not in bargains,
tbev were lelt on seats or Humbled and
.thrown on the lioor.
And some tell among take schemes and
Hilt enterprises, and popular lontempt
sprang up audihoked them.
Hut some tetl into legitimate news-
I OIL I
I STOCKS I
T California Oil Stocks are making fortunes for
z their holders, and in many cases, from the out-
r lay of a few dollars.
Z 'We are taking subscriptions for stock in a
company whose property is situated in the heart
L of the j
I California Oil Belt
g- The company is organized on a conservative
r basis, under excellent management and to secure
g- the largest profits to every investor the stock
g- will he withdrawn from the market when the 2
r amount subscribed is sufficient to make the prop-
g erty a producer, after which the oil product will
g pay for further development. There are funds
now in the treasury nearly suflkint for such pur-
g- pose and the stock will 'soon be taken off the
g market. Considering the history of other oil 2
. companies operating in the same oil belt, we 3
- think it highly probable that in investment ol '
- $50.00 in the stock nvxc offered will, within ninetv 2
: iiiw. give , dividend of ji 50.00 per month. 3
- ll'e iuve invested our men money in the stork
- and if you will call at our office or'address us by 2
: mail, we will give you good reasons for recom- 3
- mending the investment in the highest terms.
O. C. McLEOD & CO.
g: Sumptkr, Oregon
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papers, vvhh.li found their vvav into the
homes of the people who had time to read
them, and they brought lotth truit, some
one hundred fold, Mime sktv fold, some
Wlio hath ears to hear let him hear.
I Chicago Money to go Into Placer Mines.
J I.C. .I.iuuish, who v islted Maker conn-
' ty last summer, together with two other,
li-sidents ol Chhagn, returned here the
, latter pal t ol last week, aciompauied by
three Chiiago tiiends, and yesterday lelt
here with a mining outfit in charge ut
l.uk Viiueut, tor Desolation ueek, in the
(iiiTuhoiu seition, vvheie last summer
was located bv .Mi. .I.iiiilsh and .Mr. Vin
cent, a body ol pl.nei ground whkh prom
ises to pay handsome return-. Mi. .la
)iiish expeits a party ot Chicago. ins who
ale interested with him to ariive here,
some time uet mouth. In the meiutime,
the ground will be thoioughlv piospeited
and if it jiistilies, siiihcieut iaplt.il will be
lortlKomiug to operate the ilaiuo on a big
siale.- Hakei iJemouat.
"I he Poillaud", londikted by tins
Woodward on Mill street, is lullv a
tepieseutatioii ol its name. A visit will
louviiiii- you ol this.
A like cool piuher ol Weinhard's beer
JS tents, at I lenrv hinger's, Center street.
Geuer.il lUass and Iron bounders
(ll:0. I-". MCl.YNN, Proprietor ::::::
Special attention given to
repairing and rebuilding all
kinds ot machinery.