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About The Sumpter miner. (Sumpter, Or.) 1899-1905 | View Entire Issue (June 10, 1903)
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TALK OF THE TOWN
Dr. Grant, of liourue, whh in the
J. S. Hiirvoy returned yesterday
from h prospecting trip to Deer Creek.
W. II. Uodfroy, machine superin
tendent of tho Rod lioy, whh In tho
city this week.
.Mr. mid Mrs. E. E. McCamtunn
luft Momliiy for n three weeks' visit
to (tcorhart Park.
Iew Walker, superintendent of
tho Midway, ciimu in from thu
A. II. Wlnfree, of linker City,
deputy prosecuting attorney whh hero
thin week on civil business.
Hob WIIhoii Ih in town today from
Alamo and 10. A. Cane had IiIm hands
full keeping him out of all kinds of
Puke Hates, with tho Killen,
Warner, Stewart company, will leave
Sunday on a business trip to hit
homo in Chicago, to lie gone about
Lay ton S. Ualdwlu, of Boise,
deputy United States Surveyor,
surveyed the Gold Hug Grizzly
property this week for a patent.
J. W. Ellsworth, staff correspond
ent of the llaker City Democrat. Ih
here this week gathering data for nu
extended write up of the district.
.Mrs. S. H. Hell and Hon left yster
day on a week's visit to Look Heacb.
They were accompanied to linker
City by .Mr. Hell, who went there on
.Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McEweu,
Miss Darker, Mr. It. II. Clark and
Mr. R. T. Parker, attended the Splo
nig quartette in Uaker City, Saturday '
oven I iik, returning Sunday.
Joe Mlkel, an old time and I
popular resident of Sumpter, one of
the former owners of the Ibex, now
living in Santa Cruz, California,
Ih visiting friends here for a week or
Spokane several days ago, having let
the contract for the machinery of
the new power house. He will
return in about ten days.
Harold Barker, who has been
employed in the office of the Killen,
Warner, Stewart company for some
time, will leave next week to take
a place with the Assayer Irvine at
Whitney Lumber Company.
C. W. Roe, manager of the
Whitney Lumber company, and
mayor of Lawtou, was in the city
several days this week. He saya
that he has finished the pole road
from the timber, and started the
planers going last week. The com
pany now has over 500,000 feet
of lumber cut, piled and drying.
It. E. Strahorn, president of the
light and water companies, left for
LET US BUY OR SELL FOR YOUR ACCOUNT
MARR fr DAVIDSON
Sumpter, j Oregon.
(MKNTIO.N T1IK MINER)
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IT IK always n little perplexing for a Fiscal Agent to present a milling proposition so that those who read his
literature will know that he Ih presenting the plain, unvarnished FACTS. This is not uccessarlly tho
fault of the agent nor the mine that hit represents. Often agontH who are at a distance from tho sceno
of opeiiilliin, and not being experienced mining men, get wrong impressions about any mine that they
WE DESIRE TO STATE that we aie practical mining men, are right hero on tho ground, and havo
watched the progioss of development of the GOLD HUG .MINK from the time that tho first "location work"
was done. Theiefnie we are In position to know all the facts about tills mine.
NOTICE THE FOLLOWiNB: We havo opened out one or the prettiest aud richest SHOOTS OF OHIO that one
could wish to see. For over 'J OH feet there is not u break In the ore nor u blank In thu valuer In tho ore. Wo
began the drill In rich oie and the face of the drift shows the best or encountered. Tills ore shoot opens up
on the surface for over liOO feet, and we have demonstrated that the vein widens and tho values grow richer
with depth. The values In this FREE MlLLlXC OKH run from 8II0 to 81,700 per ton in (JOLD Many samp
les run up Into the thousands, and much of the ore shows free gold to thu naked eye. Hut tills ore shoot Is
only a small part of the COLD KU(! MIN'F.. The management is composed of experienced mining men who
have made a success of their other mines mid thu circumstances were not as favorable as they are at this time.
TO ANY ONE WHO DESIRES TO VISIT THIS MINE WE MAKE THE FOLLOWING OFFER:
If, after you have thoroughly Inspected It, you are not able to duplicate thu viiIiiuh as stated or find any
misropicscututluus whatever about this mine, wo will pay all expenses of thu trip. Peel your Interests aud
send a representative, for we mean exactly what u say. Wo want you to seo this mine. Wo want you to seo
what has been done aud what is being done. We want you to seo aud handle the ore aud seo the gold in it
with your own eyes. We INSIST on your investigating this proposition, because, if you do not, it is not fair
to us, to the mine or to yourself. If this mine is just as represented you well know that wo are offering you
an exceptional Investment. If It is not, wu will take the blame aud you aru out nothing for your trouble.
We Invito visitors because every VISITOR men .is an INVESTOR. This has been truo without exception. Wo
have published several reports from visitors who aru now Investors. We have agreed to raise a certain amount
of money by JULY 1st for the further development aud equipment of this mine, and wo aro going to make our
woid good. It you can not come aud see this mine for yourself you can send for our large, illustrated
prospectus and a sample of this rich ore (which you can have tested for your own satisfaction). If you are
not then satisfied you can have a block of the stock reserved for a reasonable time until you make further In
vestigations, unless the present allotment is over suhscrllicd in tho mean time. There is a very brisk move
ment In this stock, so take our advice aud write or wire TODAY. It will menu a great deal to you no matter
whether you are a poor man or a capitalist.
RE.MEMHEIt, July llrst Is the limit for (SOLD HU(i STOCK AT TEX CENTS PER SHAKE, uuless you
have your order reserved. Thu Directors of thu Compauy havo so instructed us.
only:a limited amount is left at ten cents per share
VAN VLEET & WRIGHT
Fiscal Agents For The Company.