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About The Sumpter miner. (Sumpter, Or.) 1899-1905 | View Entire Issue (June 3, 1903)
Wednesday, June 3, 1903
THE SUMPTER MINER
INVESTORS 5 Z
desiring to place $20 or more in four equal monthly payments can learn of an excellent
opportunity to become interested in the purchase of a Mining property, situated in a good
Mining district in Oregon.
NO MONEY IS TO BE SENT NOW,
but those who would like an option on $20 worth or more as above until. they can investigate
further, should cut out and mail to us the blank form indicating the 'amount they desire to
invest providing, however, the information they are to receive concerning the property, is
CUT OUT AND MAIL THIS
E. A. CLEM 8c. CO.
Please send me particulars of the Mining property you have under option
contract for the purchase of which additional capital is required and enter me an
option on $ worth of the purchase price for thirty days, until I
have time to investigate; it being understood that no obligation on my part is
created by this reservation, the same to be binding must be confirmed by me in
writing after receiving details from you; that the options requested are to be listed
in the order in which they are received and that you reserve the right to cancel
my option if received after the necessary capital has been 'fully subscribed.
City or Town
TO SHIP ORE.
Cable Cove Road In Bad Con
dition, Increasing Freight
Cuptulu A. M. Paul, stiporlutoud
cntof tholmperlul mi no In the Cublo
Coto district, stopped over in
Similiter Monday night on his way to
Bukor City to make application for
a patent to this mining property.
Tho Imporinl group constats of
fourteen gIuIiiih sltuuted liotweou tho
Unby McKee and tho Cullofriilii.
Captniu Paul state that ho is now
prepared to ship ore, us soon us
nrruuRoniouts can bo m ado with tho
smelter hero, and tho Cablo Coro
road is repaired so that transportation
charges will bo reduced to an
equitable rate. About six miles of
the Sumpter road is In fairly good
shape, but tho rest of it is iu poor
condition. If tho roads wero fixed,
bo says that the transportation from
the mine to the smelter would be
reduced at least one-fourth. Tbo
situation not only affects the Im
perial, but the other companies, in
the Cable Cove district which have
shipping ore. The county com
missioners have the matter under
advisement and it is probable that
the road will be attended to.
Another object In bis vist to the
city was to see Dr. Mueller, manager
of the smelter, and make arrange
ments as to smelting charges. The
dootor was out of the city, however,
and this matter could not be attended
to. Captain Paul sura that ho is
propariug to start a drift on tho 200
foot lovol and drift both ways on tho
lodgo. There is a good showing to
HOIST AND TREATING PLANT.
Baby McKm Ready to Ship But Bad
Roads Agalntt It.
L. O. LI Hoy, superintendent of
tho Iiuby McKee, who is in the city
this wook, states that ho is now ready
to ship ore to tho Sumpter smoltor,
but tbut tho matter is held buck on
account of tho bud condition of tho
Cublo Cove road.
Work, ho siiys, is progressing very
sntieuctnrfiuly at thee Daliy McKee.
Ho is figuring on putting iu u hoist,
with a enpucity of 1150 feet depth,
and will probably install u treating
plaut lator on.
Good latent Luncheon.
Tbo ladies of tho Good Iutent will
give thoir monthly luncheon at tho
parsonage, (noxt door to tho church)
Thursday, 2 to 0 p. m. All the
ladles aro invited.
The J. II. MaoCallum company
sold the Lee residouco last Saturday,
on Sumpter Heights, to T. J. Mo
Watty, with the E. P. Bergman grocer
Only the best brands ot liquors and
cigars at Dunphv's "The Club."
Dr. Greenlee, dentist, over Basche
All the latest novelties in hats at
Neill Mercantile company's. -
A FINE LINE OF
.. GROCERIES ..
ALWAYS IN STOCK
Fresh Vegetables Arriving Dally. Prompt Delivery.
Give Us a Trial and Wo Will Please You.
EDLIN & STARBUCK
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THE GEM SALOON
A.J STINSON, Prop.
(Successor to Snyde dt Stlnson)
Only the Best Brands of Liquors Served Ovir tht Bir