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About The Sumpter miner. (Sumpter, Or.) 1899-1905 | View Entire Issue (July 22, 1903)
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TALK OF THE TOWN.
Senator W. II. Hobsou left Mon
day for h two weeks' visit at 8nli.ni.
MIsh K. liarkur roturuod last week
from Union, where she spent several
days visiting relatives.
Manager Parker, of the Phoouix,
was ii IiusIuosh viHltor in Sumpter
Rev. J. M. Gnodheart loft
yesterday to spend some time at
K. J. Godfrey, manager of tho
lied Hoy, spout hoiiio tituu in the
city (IiIh week.
Mm, T. G. Gwyuuo returned Mon
day from a visit to her old homo in
Mr. and Mrs. James Logic re
turned laHt week from 11 two mouths'
vinlt to Everett and .Seattle.
N. F. lleulh, of Denver, loft this
morning for SusauvlUo to look over
the mining Hltuatlon there and In
cidentally do hoiiio trout fishing.
B. E. and Lon Cleaver, of Prairie
city, were business visitors in the
city thin week.
Mr. J. A. McLaughlin, accom-
paiiled by her hou and daughter, left
Saturday for a
relative at Salem.
week' visit to
A. W. Strickland, of the Rostand,
Ii. C. branch of the Hank of
Montreal, wan hi the city thin week
to ooufer with Mauniuir it Welsh
relative to Towusite matter.
mission was in token of the friendship
existing betwen the two gentlemen.
The commmlssion is now on exhibi
tion at the cigar store of DeNeffe Js
According to the Baker City
Herald, suit was entered yesterday
by Jefferson Houghman against tho
Bonanza Mining company to secure
possession of certain properties
worked by the company and to
recover damages alleged to have been
sustained to the extent of $1,200.
Improvement oi Auburn.
The plans and specifications for
the improvement of Auburn street
were read at last night's meeting of
the city council and adopted. Work
is to proceed as soon as bids can
Tom C Gray Gives Mayor McColloch
Frame (or Hia Recent Committiop.
Mayor Chariot H. McColloch was
tho rocelpiout of a very haudsomo
frame yesterday for his commission
as chief of the corps of engineers on
the governor's stair, which carries
with it the title of colonel, at the
hands of Tom C. Cray. Mr. (tray
was formely quartermaster soargeaut
of Troop II., Oregon Natloual
Guards. The artistic mounting for
Colonel McColloch' recent com-
To MARR & DAVIDSON,
Gentlemen: Please place my name upon your
mailing list for regular copy of "Mining Topics,"
which tells all about the mines of Eastern Oregon and
which you agree to send at no cost to me, whatever.
WE TOLD YOU POSITIVELY tint the pin if Gild lie Sink will, irivim u Jily 15th. This is thi day
uri it his iJviuri ti 12 nits pr shin. Oily i limittd Mint will hi uirifiiri it this ifhi.
Runt satis if stiik, tif ithir with tin shiwiig it tin liif, wimits this milisiM.
THE GOLD BUG MINE IS NO LONGER AN EXPERIMENT.
WE DESIRE TO STATE that we are practical mining men, are right here on the ground, aud have
watched tho progress of development of the (JOLT) BUG MINE from the time-that the first "location work"
was done. Therefore we are in position to know all the facts about this mine.
NTKC THE FMltWHN: We have oeued out one of the prettiest and richest SHOOTS OP ORB that one
could wish to see. For over 200 feet there is not a break in the ore uor a blank in the values in the ore. We
twgan the drift lu rich ore aud the face of the drift ahowa the best or encountered. This ore shoot opens up
on the surface for over 000 feet, and we have demonstrated that the vein widens and the values grow richer
with depth. The values lu this FREE MILLING ORE run from $30 to 11,700 per ton In GOLD Many samp
lea run up into the thousands, aud much of the ore shows free gold to the naked eye. But this ore shoot is
only a small part of the GOLD BUG MINE. The management is composed of experienced mining men who
have made ' success of their other mines, and the circumstances were not as favorable as they are at this time.
TO ANY ONE WHOtJESIS TO VISIT THISitlNE WE MAKE THE FOLLOWING OFFfR: ,
If, afWr you tmW'thoroughly Inspected ft, you are not able to duplicate the values as stated or find any
misrepresentations whatever about this mine, we will pay all expeuses of the trip. Peel your Interests and
send a representative, for we mean exactly what we say. We want you to see this mine. We want you to see
what has Uhii done aud what is lietug done. Wl Wilt YM H IN lltt) luM tlW Iff III St tJM ItM it it
With VWT Old EftS. We MUST on your Investigating this proposition, because, if you do not, it is not fair
to us, to the mine or to yourself. If this mlue is just as represented you well kuow that we are offering you
an exceptional investment. If it is not, we will take the blame aud you are out nothing for your trouble.
We invite visitors because every VISITOR means an INVESTOR. This has been true without exceptiou. We
have published several reports from visitors who are now investors. Wo have agreed to raise a certain amount
of money for tho further development and equipment of this mlue, aud we are going to make our
woid good. It you can not come aud see this mlue for yourself you cau send for our large, illustrated
prosH'ctus and a sample of this rich ore (which you cau have tested for your own satisfaction). If you are
not thou satisfied you cau have a block of the stock reserved for a reasonable time until you make further in
vestigations, unless tho present allotment is over subt-cribod in the mean time. There ia 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 aro a poor man or a capitalist.
THE GOLD BUG MINE IS FAR PAST THE EXPERIMENTAL STAGE.
ONLY A LIMITED AMOUNT IS OFFERED AT 12 CENTS PER SHARE
VAN VLEET & WRIGHT
Fiscal Agents For The Company.
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