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About The Sumpter miner. (Sumpter, Or.) 1899-1905 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 7, 1900)
THE SUMPTER MINER.
Wednesday, February 7, 1600
TALK OF THE TOWN.
returned yesterday from
A. W. Hills
I home of which she will some day be
'queen. All of her guests paid tribute to
Muir Is in Portland , ,,er ""ty 0M this occasion with ap
propriate presents. Those present were:
Misses Eva Dean, Grace Summers, Fan
nie Cupid, Alice Kllpatrlck, Katherine
M.lll. Mn.lus fl-fL. Ifllr.-lrt.-L Pr.oct
Major W. T. Manning spent Sunday ' Summers, Harold Richards, Fred Brock
and Monday in Baker City. ! ,, ailll JessIe Hdwards.
Miss Meyers, principal of the public: . .".."".
scliools, has been sick for some days past. ! A stock of valrntlnes. received at Ad-
Seymour Bell and A. C. Little kivc '' Crystal Palace,
been In town several days during the past j SumpUr Whbt Club.
'rh' Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Marsh entertained
Mrs. 1:. J. Owver readied Sumpter the Sumpter Whist club at the home of
Sunday from Everett, Washington, Mr. 'Mr. and Mrs. Otto Herlocker Thursday
I'wycrmectlngher in Baker City, evening of last week. Mrs. Thornton
It. L. Graves, who has been with ihel:,lu ' ' fj,)s w,m the booby and Mrs.
Cougar mine lor some months past, has C-'issidy and Mr. Klnsy the first prizes.
accepted the position of superintendent ol "lc cnin w:' entertained Monday even-
the Columbia mine. ! lug by Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Jett at the
J. W. McCollocli .-..! Mkv niiu. 1: Capital hotel parlors. Mrs. C. H. Marsh
Robertson, of this city, were married at i''"ld " 'r-Cassidy carried off the booby
the Presbyterian church at Baker City ,r"i,nic!,i!,,lJ Mr-S- M- K- Tliorntonand K.
Saturday, Rev. J. R. N. Bell otliciatlne ' '" Ma,,nI"K wcrc J'wardl the lirst prices.
William Kitchen, of Walla Walla, JM,S; K"' wll'c"';,i the club at Its
acquired the warehouse and feed business I Z? ' '
lofinerly conducted by O. S. Hoffman, ,'
who will now give his attention to work-1 Adler's Crystal Palacejdcalers in books,
inn ' promising mining property near by. ' tationrry, news depot, musical Instru
ments, jcweiry aim pnoto supplies, rot
ter building, Sumpter, Oregon.
I'lie celebrated Jed Clayton brand of
whiskey at the Mint saloon, corner of
Center and Sumpter streets.
A minliiR publication In Minneapolis has' i-"" .nil get a souvenir calender at
written the Sumpter lownsitc company , AU"r t-ryM;" I'-"-"" Saturday evening,
asking lor the cut of this Inwii.tote' lc Mlnl saloon, comer Center and
printed 0.1 Its front page, and other cuts Sumpter streets, serves the best brands
and reading notices to publish elsewhere ' tM1y wines, liquors and cigars.
in iiiv iin
Mr. and Mrs. Colette have nun.- in
Sumpter from Portland to reside perma
nently. I'licy ale already well known
here. .Mr. Colette will engage hi the
brokerage bi'slness, having olticcs in the
Messrs. late and Braley, prominent
business men of Spokane, arrived in
Sumpter yesterday. I hey are en route
home from New York and other eastern
points, wline they report the fame of this
i.imp has reached. John M. Murphev Is
their friend and is making It pleasant for !I,;1' "" Particulars at TBI: MlNKH
Or. Greenlee, dentist, is located over
tlie Sumpter Drug company store.
Remember that Adler's Crystal Palace
is open for business.
WANTI-D-GIrl for light housework In
A week or ten days since, Tom iray
stuck a silver in his hand. It festered,
and the whole hand, ;irm and shoulder he
mine very much swollen. He went to
Adler's Crystal Palace ollice supplies.
Job printing at this office.
the hospital In Baker City Monday, w he.e ' PETITION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE
an operation was performed, and a large' '"'"""""''y"""1-'"""
quantity ol puss was let out.
while he was considered In a
londllloii, but was improving yesterday.
unless iood poisoning sets hi, he will be
aiouud again hi a few days.
I'm 1 ., I""" llonw.il 1 (.ouni) l.miil, llakrr (.minty.Orr
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Vr. IheunJritlL'nrJ. Million tout IliimirahU HnJv
to crania lit rn.rmci, W. WlrganJlnirllti'lrlluiiut,
inalLinJ tlnroui lliiuotk In lrt nuinllli" Hun nn
iMlln, an J $ our I'rlllliinm will vrt rrjy.
InirJ at llnuiur thlt iiti Javuf January, A. !., igiu.
l-'lue job printing only at Till: MlNliK
Mlu Jmica Brock' Birthday Parly.
Miss Jessica Brock entertained a nuui
brr ol her young triends at a birthday
party, Irom i to 5 o'clock Saturday alter
noon, at her home on Granite street. The
little lady played the part of hostess with
easy grace and graciotisuess that Is rich
In promise for a happy reign over the
(. V. Iluiiilncion
Hon Ja CraxlolJ
W II Shrrrry
1 A C llrlnkman
(. W McOwli-y
I M MCl.ill
At W llrtkllh
W I. lurnrr
Cm i Hall
V 0 Johnum
C l: Krar
(i I ItjItJ
(i W Krrnt
I. H Uutk
(1 W Sraman
.1 W Sullivan
II At (.(Kl'ff
Chat I I linn
C (i Klnnltnn
W J l!van
I. II Akin
"Old age brings experience, and some kinds of
experience brings old age.
JUST MARRIED FOLKS
Some others, too, no doubt, will need furniture
for their new homes. We are ready to serve
them. We have already supplied satisfactory
furniture for hundreds of new homes; we can do
as well for hundreds more. Our stock allows
easy selection at all times. There is always
plenty here for every room In the house. All
our goods are priced on a cash basis and It w ill
pay you to give us a call.
Bed Boom Suits, $15.00
Bed Room Suits, better ones, Kastern Hardwood, 17.00
Wall Paper, per double roll, (U.ri. (,), 15c to 1.00
Queen City Furniture Co. ptterson&EPPinier
Phone Red 6i. BAKER CITY, OREGON
Crockery, Glassware, Tobac
co, Cigars, Oranges, Candy
and Nuts. Everything carried
in a first-class grocery store
SUMPTER GROCERY COMPANY
ELLIS BLOCK, SUMPTER, OREGON.
WOLFF & ZWICKER IRON WORKS
I REPRESENTED BY F. M. WADE. I
Manufacturers of all classes of Machinery, In
eluding Crushers, Stamp Mills, Hoists, Boilers,
Pumps, Air Compressors, Water Wheels, Etc.
Riveted Steel Water Pipe a Specialty. Cut,
Punched and Rolled for Riveting at Destination,
or made up Complete
. PLANS AND ESTIMATES FURNISHED J J
IS developing the Storm King group of 6 claims,
situated j,V miles northwest of Sumpter.
There are five distinct ledges. The tunnel now
being driven will tap three of them at about the fol
lowing depths: The lirst one at about 100 feet, the
second at about 150 feet, and the third at 250 feet.
Assays from the surface as good as the average
assays of the district. WE INViTE INSPEC
TION. A block of stock Is now on the market at
2 cents per share. We recommend it as a gooJ
Sumpter Free Gold