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About The Sumpter miner. (Sumpter, Or.) 1899-1905 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 8, 1899)
THE SUMPTER MINER.
WE BUY ALL OUR OOODS
IN CARLOAD LOTS
Townslte Syndicate Gives Ten
Acres for That. Purpose...
Wednesday, November 8, 1899
The SumDter Townslte syndicate has
given a contract to! Case, Looney St Co.,
agreeing to deed to them ten acres, of,
land for cemetery purposes, fchen they,
move the thirty bodies from the present
burying ground and relnter them in this
ten acre plat. '
These bodies are buried about one half
mile east of the business center of town,
a section which Is rapidly becoming the
favorite residence district, and it Is there
fore desirable to 'have them removed.
The ten acres which the syndicate donates
for cemetery purposes is a half or three
quarters of a mile still further east.
Messrs. Case, 'Looney & Co. will Im
prove these grounds, and own them when
their portion of trie contractus performed.
One acre will firstjbe cleared, more than
enough for the thirty reinterments. Just
when the work of removing the bodies
will be commenced lids not yet been de
cided, but it will be finished during the
. CITY COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS.
Two Carteaa! 1500 Ft of Heat OriW
for the Fire Department.
At the councirmeetlfigSaturday evelP
Ing the, committee on .tire and water sub-
...... ClV. la i
muted its. report' on; the matter of pur
chasing apparatus for the Sumpter fire de
partment. It was In the form of a written
proposition from A. G. Long, Pacific coast
representative of the Fabric Fire Hose
company, offering to sell the city two
carts and 1 500 feet hose for $1700, payable
in live equal ' sums at .intervals of three
months, the first to be made on receipt of
the goods. A resolution was adopted ac
cepting the offer and -ordering the appa
ratus shipped. It will probably arrive
about the first of January.
; The same coinmltteewas instructed to
locate the fire plugs.
, A petition was tiled praying that the
.'property' line," the boundary between
lots and the dedicated street, be estab
lished and designated on North, Auburn,
Mill and I Cracker streets. The city en
gineer reported that the work would"cost
$175. and It was ordered done.
; Ordinance No 43, amending No. 42 rel
ative to establishing grades on certain
streets, was passed.
Regular monthly reports of city officers
were received and'riled, Salaries' arid bills"
allowed and the council adjourned.
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'Its a Way We Have.
! IF A WOMAN IS IN LOVE, :-,.
that's her business. .
IF' A MAN IS IN' LOVE, ' -
that's his business.
IF THEY MARRY.
then its our business to start the young
couple housekeeping with the right kind
jif furniture, carpets, wall paper, etc.
Our stock of house furnishing goods we,
believe is the largest in the state eastof
Portland. We have just added a big line
of carpets direct from the carpet mills. A
specially fine line of velvets, moquette
and Ingrains to select from. On all cash
orders over I50 we will, until, further
notice, prepay freight to Sumpter. Queen,
C'ty Furniture Co. Patterson &!Ep
pinger, Baker City.
To Whom It May Concern.
J Notice Is hereby given that' I , the under
signed, will not be responsible for any
ilebts contracted "by my wife, Emma En
termllle, from and after this date.
Nov. 6f 1899. D. ENTERMILLE.
1 ' "
" Live chickens for sale. If you want to
buy, leave orders at Johnson's meat mar
ket. on Granite street.
We reach the climax in
the Jewelry line, in hon
estyof goods, moderation
in priceand in the prompt
ness with which we re
ceive the very lates nov
eliies. Our stock of
'is the most complete In
the city. And our line of
fi. RINGS 5
was never more complete."
The handsomest opals we
have had for many a day.
Fine watch, and jewelry
repairing a specialty. ' We
are headquartersior mus
ical goods of all kinds.
Come in and see our
stock of Banjos, Guitars,
Violins, Accbfdeons, Etc.
. Prgans and Sewing Ma
chines for cash or on easy
installments. In Sheet
Music and Music Books
we have the latest. iSend
ttus your mail orders!
Tel. Red 62. Baker City
C. J. JOHNS
Is called to our newly-arrived
line of Men's and Boys'
Winter Overcoats, Gloves,
Underwear, Footwear, Etc.
The goods are right and the
prices are right. ie
Come In and let us show them to you. j We are always prepared
to fill orders of any size In the Hue of MINING SUPPLIES.
C. J. JOHNS
V First CImi In fcvery Mlnlnr inJ Gun mrrclal N
I Rpct. Mrn'iHomr.
- Niwly r-urnlihtJ Our TMt li Always V
V Koomi. Tlit lUkt. y
) j j THE j
J. G. CONNEL, PROP. )
V SUMI'UM. OR.
f Our HitM Pionbl Stas. for all Inlctlor S
. . With I'nlnU.nJMIn..
I itt llu nj n(Ke Uv ihr Mold Evtry
3 Srvlct. l)y.
P. D. HEALY
REPAIRING DONE AT SHORT
Agency for Green-Whreler and
Buckingham & Hecht Shoes.