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About The Sumpter miner. (Sumpter, Or.) 1899-1905 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 27, 1901)
Wednesday, February 27, 1901
THE SUMPTER MINER
I Some Stock Still Remains!
I Of the First 50,000 Shares Offered by
J The Gipsy King Gold Mines Company
Most of it has been sold and not one cent in com
mission has been paid to a broker. Those who wish to
buy mining stocks will invest in this on the merits of the
proposition, after careful investigation.
The great advantage offered to buyers by the Gipsy King is that only treasury stock is on the market, all
other being pooled and placed in escrow; thus giving the company absolute command of the price of its stock.
When the few thousand remaining shares of this first offering are disposed of, the price will be advanced. Men
are now at work on the property and active development on an extensive scale will be inaugurated at an early day.
Orders for stock should be accompanied by the cash and sent to J. H. Robbins, President of the First
Bank of Sumpter and Treasurer of this Company,
For prospectus, or any desired information, address,
First Bank of Sumpter
OTTO HERLOCKER, Secretary
MAP GIVEN AWAY.
How to Gel a Large One of the United
States, (or the Wall.
If you are roIiik east, or thinking of
sending for your family, do not buy your
tickets until you have secured rates from
the Illinois Central Railroad company.
Their service i e.celled by none, and
they can reach all points in the east, south
and sotheast from any point in OreRon,
Washington or Idaho. Through tourist
car from Pacific Coast to New York.
If you will send fifteen cents In stamps
to the address given below, we will for
ward you by return mall a large wall map
of the United States, Cuba and Porto
Rice, 34x40 inches.
For particulars regarding passenger or
freight rates, call on or address,
B. M. TRUMBULL,
Commercial Agent, 142 Third street, Port
Lessons in Lace.
Mrs. Marsh, next door to MlNKR office,
will give practical Insttuctions In lace
work. Materials and hundreds of pat
terns to select from
Private Table Board.
I will furnish private board to a few
desiring such, at my residence on North
street, near Center. Mrs. C. E. Duck
worth. Every housekeeper In Sumptrrcan have
the advantages of green vegetables, fruits,
butter, eggs and fresh fish the same as In
Portland, at H. O. Baker & Co.'s, 149
Mill street, next to the bank.
Strout, assayer, 361 Bennett Ave., Crip
ple Creek, established in Colorado In 1876,
gold (crucible assay), 50c; gold and silver,
75c; gold, silver, copper, Ji. 50; forty years
The Capital Hotel is again under the
management of Mrs. George B. Tedrowe,
which fact guarantees the best of service
to all patrons.
Dunphy & Gertridge's Club saloon is
the popular resort for mining and com
T. G. H.irrknn, agent for Giant Pow
Only exclusive whole
sale drug house in the
state. We sell only to
merchants. Make the
best prices on miners'
and assayers' supplies.
Freight no higher than
Write for quotations.
Spokane Drug Co.
STAR BREWING COMP'Y.
IN KEGS, BARRELS OR
BOTTLES AT PRICES
ASK FOR HOP GOLD
RIO GRANDE WESTERN
in cmiciriit tiii fit
DENVER A RIO GRANDE or
COLORADO MIDLAND RAILROADS
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THREE DISTINCT ROUTES
MOST MAGNIFICENT SCENERY
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SALT LAKE CITY,
LEADVILLE, COLORADO SPRINGS
Till HIOIlHANOe WE8IMIN MAILWAV I'liMAUB
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Pullman Palaoa and
Pullman Ordinary Slaap art
TO OMAHA AND CHICACO
Will Hit IHNQt
Free Rtcllnlnrj Chair Curt.
Pa riot t OlnlngCr Sarvlca,
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J. D. Mansfield '"ritual ot
& Bottling Works
Gagei) & Sloan, Proprietors.
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Manufacturers, of all hinds of car
Donated drinUs and ciders. Or
ders filled and shipped on short
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SUMPTER, - OREGON