AND READ IT
FOR THE MINER.
Stand Against Cut Rate Brok
ers Heartily Endorsed by
Heatllo, March III, UIO.'I.
HU.MITKH MINKIt, Hiimptor, Ore.,
Dear Hlr: All no Operator Ah
Houinllon, ul ii meeting of thai body
in Heal lie, March I lth, piiHHd tho
followlliK rcHiilntlon and liiHtructed
tlio Moorotury to forward a ropy to
your iiiiir, and ill ehtirofiil compl i
nni'i) thtirmvith I herewith oiicIoho
"KohuIvimI, Tiiat tho Minn Opera
tor AriHociatioii of Scattli) heartily
Indoi'H'H tlio recent, editorial appear
I n in tho colliiiunK of your paper
denouncing the cut rate broker and
IiIh inethodn, anil hereby exprenMert
IIh appreciation of tlio elTortH of
youiH ami 11 few other mining
journalH, to iloHtroy tlio pernlelouH
practice of thino paraniteH on leultl
"Tlu nonrotary in iimtrm'tod to
forward 11 copy of IIiIh rcHolutiou to
yourpajicr, and record a copy thereof
in tho mi nut oh of this AHHOclatlon."
Very truly youra,
MINE OPEKATOItS ASSOCIATION
Ily Horace Potor, Secretary.
Spokane, Wash., Fob' 28, 1003.
SUMPTER MINER, Bumptor, Oro.,
Uontleinon: Enclosed find Ono
Dollar for which kindly send mo
twenty copleHof the Sniiiptor MINER
dated Fehruary i!5th, 1003. I wlidi
to exproHH my appreciation of tho
Htaud you haro taken in behalf of
legitimate miniuK in your ditttrlct,
and your mipport of those who miuo
the ground, rather than thono who
miuo tho peoplo.
JOHN It. CASSIN,
Of .John R. (,'iihhIii Company, Mine
TALK OF THE TOWN.
John It. CiihhIii, a prominent min
ing man of Spokane, wad in tho city
Mr. and Aire. Daniel ItoerH are
moving out to tho miwmill, near
Ii. It. liellmau, local roprcHou
tatlvo of the TiiriuiKuln Arm, Cracker
lack and Cracker Oregon companion,
left Sunday for Hot Lake to upend
kdiiiu tlmo for hirt health.
T. W. DavidHou, prominent in
mining circles, has just returned
from an extended trip to New York,
and other eastern cities on business
connected with bis interests bore.
J. F. Sholton, of tho Noil J.
Sorensen company, returned today
from a business trip to Baker City.
Ho was accompanied to Baker City
by Mr. Soronson, who went on to
Walter II. Sodorborg, of San
Francisco, and W. L. Groso, of
Boiso, woro in tho city this wook on
their way to Alaska, whoro they aro i
interested in sovoral mining proposl-1
T I . T1m.i.. (. .. ..Inftn V
Mrs. C. J. Johus, of this city, is
iwiMuriiJK itimt u nuriunn uiuiutiuu
porfonned lastweokat tho Baker City
hospital. Mrs. Johns has boon with
her during her sickness.
J. S. Maddux, of Portlaud, an old '
friend of Mayor McCulloch, arrived .
in tho city last week. Ho is a hoist I
man and has beeu in tho Coour
d'Alono district for tho past two
years. Ho will locato hero, and
bis family will join him tho first of
Dick Nelll, Anthony Mohr and
Low Walker, wont to Baker City
yesterday afternoon to attend a social
session of tbo Baker City Elk lodges
iu tbo even lug, and also to see
Councilman Gagen rido the goat.
Tho .goat managed to surrsvo tho
ordeal and Mr. Gagen is still able to
attend to business.
Offlem to be Elected.
Articles of incorporation have
beeu filed by het Standard Con
solidated Mines company, of tho
Quartzburg district. A mooting of
the stockholders will be held tho
latter part of this week , or the first
of next week,
at which officers will
A full line of Knives
and Forks, Tea
Spoons and Table
Spoons. Just the
thing for hotel and
boarding house. Dur
able and cheap.
Call and see them.
WHY, DON'T YOU BUY SOMETHING
You all know the North Pole mine is the great mine of Oregon and one
of the world's greatest gold producers.
The South Pole mine joins the North Pole at its end lines an downs
jointly three claims with the North Pole, and has in all, 4986 feet on the North Pole
vein. The North Pole is valued by this camp at $10,000,000. Don't the South
Pole look as though it ought to be good at present prices?
There is over 2 000 feet of development now on the great North Pole vein on the
South Pole ground. Tons upon tons of ore above the various tunnel levels.
The great North Pole is over 1200 feet deep at the very end lines of the South
Pole. Is this not a legitimate mining proposition? The one ore shoot of the
North Pole mine is valued alone at $5,000,000. Do you suppose this stops at the end
lines of the South Pole, because there is a different ownership of the ground?
This stock will advance in price and its advance warranted by the additional ore re
serves blocked out. The South Pole should make, next to the North Pole,
the greatest paying mine in Oregon.
For Prospectus and Farther Particulars Apply to
SEYMOUR H. BELL
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