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About The Sumpter miner. (Sumpter, Or.) 1899-1905 | View Entire Issue (June 3, 1903)
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THE GOLD BUG GRIZZLY
Manager Hennessey Starts
Operations There Today.
uiid it No. 7, 110 gallon pump.
Thu iiiHtructiouH from tho oaat are
to piiHli duvolopniout work with all
TALK OF THE TOWN
I. J. Hoiincssy, general manager
of llio (Sold Hug Grlzzloy, started u
force of iiicti lit work today on tho
properly in accordance with tho
advice wired a few diiyH ago ly tho
Tint Immediate development out
lined hy Malinger Mouiiossy will do
to icHiiini) uoik on tho shaft which
Ih now down 100 feet, mid sink to
tho IIOO foot level, cutting stations lit
tho 100'h, crossciiltlng to tho piirallel
ledges mid drifting hoth uii.vh on
tliein. Tho nlmft Ih between these
two veliiH which are about seventy
I'lii) properly Ih woll equipped
with hoisting machinery, conslstng
of a IkiIhI good for 700 foot, ii
twenty-six horsepower engine, a fifty
liorHii power return tuliuliir boiler
Mth. V. II. (jodfroy Ih tho guest
of Mth. ThomiiH McKwou this week.
Seymour 11. Hell loft this nftor
noon f or Tacoinii, on a Hying business
Noll J. Soronseii started to Port
IiiihI todny, expecting to lie gone "
O. Mangold, of tho Mason Krhmi
Grocery coinpiiny of Portland, wan in
tho city Inst week.
(). C. Wright, of Vim Vleot &
Wright, returned IIiIh week from a
business trip to tho John Day valley.
K. T. Pinker, of Maker City, has
takou a plaeo with tho Geiser-
ilenilry.x InvoHtuiuut comiupany as
J. V. Hurks, of HurkH & Snyder,
mining lirokorH, loft last week for
Portnlud on a
gone somo time.
business trip to bo
Mr. mid Mrs. V. Swackhammer,
Miss E. Barker and Mr. Roy II.
Clark spent lust Sunday at tho North
Polo and Midway.
James A. Howard, gouoral
manager of tho Uolcondu, accompan
ied by Mrs. Howard, left yesterday
for a sthort visit to Pendleton.
Dr. Fisher, formerlly a resident of
Sumpter, now living in Portland,
reached here yesterday to look after
his various mining interests in the
O. A. La Crone, of Kalamazoo,
Michian, president of the North
western Mining and Lumber com
pany, operating tho Tammany group
of claims, 1b expected here in a few
LET US BUY OR SELL FOR YOUR ACCOUNT
MARR fr DAVIDSON
Sumpter, j j j Oregon.
MVvvnwKnva i Vret National Hank.
KfclkRfcNOhS j Itonk of gumpter.
(MKNTIO.N Till: MINKIl)
T ISalwa.VH ii lllllo perplexing for a Fiscal Agent to present a mining proposition so that thoso who road his '
literature will know that ho Ih presenting tho plain, unvarnished FACTS. This is not necessarily tho
fault of tho agent nor tho mint) that ho represents. Often agents who arc at a distuueo from tho scene '
of opeiallon, mid not being experienced mining men, get wrong Impressions about any initio that they
mo llimuclng. !
Wo deslio to stale that we are practical mining men, are right hero on tho ground, and havo watched tho
progiess of development of the (iOLl) HUG MINK from the tlmo that tho first "location work" was done.
Therefore wo arc in position to know nil tho facts, about this mine.
Notlco the follewing: Wo liavo opened out ono of tho prettlost auil Holiest bllUUi'H UK U1CK that ouo
could wish to see. For over U00 foot there is not a break In the ore nor a blank in tho values in tho oro. We
began tho drift hi rich oro and tho face of tho drift shows tho best or encountered. This oro shoot opens up
on tho surface for over (100 feet, mid we havo demonstrated Unit the vein widens and tho values grow richer
with depth. Tho values in this I'KKH MILLING ORE run from i'M to 81,700 portou lu COLD Many samp
les run up Into tho thousands, and much of the oro shows free gold to tho naked eyo. Hut this oro shoot is
only n small part of the (iOLl) HUG MINK. The management Is composed of experienced mining men who
havo iimdo a success of their other mines, and tho circumstances were not as favorable as thoy are at this time.
To any one who desires to visit this initio wo make tho following otrer:
If, after you havo thoroughly inspected it, you aro not able to duplicate tho values as statod or flud any
misrepresentations whatever about this mine, we will pay all expenses of tho trip. Peel your interests and
send a representative, for we mean exactly what wo say. Wo want you to seo this initio. Wo waut you to seo
what has boon douo and what is being done. Wo waut you to seo nud handle tho oro and see tho gold in it
with your own eyes. Wo Insist on your Investigating this proposition, bocauso, if you do not, it 1b not fair
to us, to tho mine or to yourself. If this mine is just us represented you well kuow that wo aro otferiug you
nu exceptional Investment. If It Is not, wo will take tho blumo and you aro out nothing for your trouble.
Wo Invite visitors because every VISITOR moans uu INVESTOR. This has beou true without exception. Wo
have published several reports from visitors who are now Investors. Wo havo agreed to raiso a certain amount
of money by JULY 1st for tho further dovelopinont and equipniout of this mine, aud we are going to make our
wotd good. It you cnti not come aud seo this initio for yourself you can send for our large, illustrated
prospectus and a sample of this rich oro (which you can havo tested for your owu satisfaction). If you are
not then satisfied you can have a block of the stock rosorved for a reasonable tlmo until you make further in
vestigations, unless the present allotment is over subscribed lu tho mean time. There is a very brisk move
ment in this stock, so take our advice aud write or wire TODAY. It will mean a great deal to you no matter
whether you are a poor mail or a capitalist.
RKMKMHKIt, July tlrst is the limit, unless you havo your order reserved. The Directors of the Company
havo so instructed us.
A LIMITED AMOUNT IS OFFERED AT TEN CENTS PER SHARE
VAN VLEET & WRIGHT
Fiscal Agents For The Company.
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