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About The Sumpter miner. (Sumpter, Or.) 1899-1905 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 2, 1901)
Wednesday, January 2, 1901
STRENGTH m WEAK MEN
I I f m . 7" I
Say the word. Let me show you what I have been show
ing weak men for over a quarter of a century the true road to
health. The remedy I offer you will serve you taithfully with
USE NO DRUGS
During my early years of practice I gave prescriptions to
weak men. I know better now. For thirty years I have been
treating these peculiar nervous symptoms which result from
youthful errors or later excesses, such as drains, impotency,
lame back, varicocele, etc. From so vast an experience I can
usually offer men, single or married, valuable advice. Reader,
I wish it was in my power to show every weak man what
wonderful results I am getting from my famous appliance, the
Dr. Sanden Electric Belt
It is a never failing restorer of
and suspensory attachment.
strength if used properly.
You may believe when I show you 6000 unsolicited testi
monials of absolute cures names and addresses received dur
ing 1899. This belt is the result of patient years of study. It
developed from a portable chain battery I invented twenty-five
years ago. It has undergone many changes, until today it embodies the best features of all electrical appliances,
and constitutes a perfect home self -treatment for men. It is really a portable battery of 36 elements. Weight,
six ounces. Currents instantly felt, though regulated to any degree of strength while on the body by using regu
lator thumb screw. Worn all night. Soothes, strengthens, cures while you sleep.
DR. A. T. SANDEN, Portland, Oregon
DM'INITIONS Olr MINING THKMS. ore U low grade, the more in proportion.
"A local mill man of note" One who
, has been on the eve of starting for South
S.vor. Sirnogly ol . DnptiHU !'" Africa, or oine oilier far off region, lor
One of the push Rives the following
rirlinltlniis ol mining terms:
A prospritot A man who li.is a hole in
the ground aii.l 1 the biggest II. ir In
A proposition in. in One who wears
laced hoots ami cntdutoy i lot lies and
never pays his leaul Nil.
A minion rxpeil A man who can talk
about loimatloiis, raiiiilicatloii, stratifica
tions, dykes, ones, dips, spins, angels,
trlegltrs, oolles, srdeinile and all the ites
seven years, to lake charge of the con
struction of a 100 stamp mill for u Loudon
syndicate, a man who has been positively
known to have constructed a sawmill.
An assayer A man who charges you
f 1. So for throwing your samples out of
the back door and writing a certificate.
A miniiiK engineer One who makes
funny figures on blared stumps and
charges a big pike.
A knockei One who wants a divy
from every mining sale, and falling to get
It, tries to stop the sale; one who thinks
and tiles; v.. in see a m
r.nth and Invtil ibly condrms the country
lie Into mother ' ,,is onln,"n !n1,0,iI,I always be consulted
hut who always tells you to look out, for
Ane.xpeitm.nc-A .e. who loal,, " . '?!"!" " H"-"
lie is always a detriment and disgrace to
any ioinmuuity. Haker City Herald.
mound town looking lor a job as superin
tendent ol a propeity, but would be foie-
man If he can't be supr.lutendeul; one Blw) Q ,() &n ,WUco
who woiked on the (.,umstock in 70 and , . ... ...
has been Idle ever since. , A, 'V ' W. Sloan made a
. . .. .1. . deal in San l-rancisco w hereby the con-
i ijei man who i.iinr 10 inr ... , . ,., , . . ... , 1
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Coast In Hie "tail of 'an or tile spiing ol
'50," and know s w In le tlieie ate diggings
tli.it will pav .i. so to tle pan and Is go
lug hack tiine just as soon as spiioi;
A mining irporlci A man who wants
you tirstil'svilbe lor the paper, wants to
wilie up your properly, and wants you 10
take him out In the best buggy In town,
smokes your best clgats and borrows 55.
A mine promoter--A man who lias Hu
1 1 01
A tendetoot A "Willie boy" just out
from the east. Carries' a small arsenel
with lilin, goes out prospecting with a
shotgun and fishing rod, buys a salted
(l.ilm and gets money liom inotliT to
come home on in tHr fill.
An amilgauiator A man who wears
long linger nulls, draws fs a shift and de
posits f to In the hank every day, if the
trolling inteiest in the Hison Gold .Milling
1 and Milling company was disposed ol to a
I Calilomi.i syndicate tor a good sum.
, I his company was organised in Sumpter
last year with K. II. .Miller, H. W. Sloan,
l. I:. Dunn, Atessis. Jones and Yeager
as directors. I'lie property Is known as
the lllson group, situated near Quartz
burg, and has made a splendid showing
with the woik dour. It is the intention
ol the owners to inaugurate extrusive dc-
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nitcd ui'llil belilnd hhn, but none in , T. " ,, -.-....-
ont of him, biswitch Is In soak. j l Uty Herald.
Lost A small pocket account book in
Sumpter or on ro id to Cable Cove. l-'lnd-er
please return to MlNlilt oftice and re-
I celve pay (or trouble. I:ugeiie Bartholf.
A big pi icer proposition wanted. See
J. I'. Wallace, general manager Mon
mouth Development company, Sumpter,
(Dt course ! you can got any
tljina, you want at
Sumpter Forwarding Co.
General Storage, Commission and Forwarding.
Warehouse and otlice, S. V. Track
HYDRAULIC. MINING AND DREDQINQ
MACHINERY. RIVETED STEEL PIPE.
p........ WATER WHEELS, ETC
WOLFF & ZWICKER IRON WORKS
the: gem saloon
A. J. STINSON, Prop.
(Successor to Snyde & Stinson)
Only the Best Brands of Liquors Served Over the Bar 1