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THE SUMPTER MINER.
Wednesday, May 9, 1900
TU Qnmnlpr Minfr that 'St makes no difference what you.sjy, pENNER & VYQRTHINGTON
I MC OUI I lJ ICI I III Id , me, can say somethiiiK back at you." I .. an . .. En-neer9.
Official Paper (if the Town of Sumpter.
I'L'III IMII tl IVIUV MI)MMHV IIV
C. II. MARSH AM) J. W. CONNEI.I.A
One Vr.nr .
ALWAYS IN AllVA(:i'.
When nothiriR else could be thought of
by his beclouded mind, he would retert:
"So is a slioat."
To a limited extent, the man who mu
tilates language on the Blue Mountain
American, n paper, one-quarter of which
is printed iu'Slftnpter, can lay claim to a
similar gift. To the proven charge that
it had maliciously misrepresented city of-
U. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyors for Oregon. Wash
ington, IJaho anj Montana. Engineers for the
Sumpler Townslle Com pin v. LlmlleJ.
Undirfond tnd Pattnt Sari-ayi.
'" . (iclals, published false
H. T. HENDRYX Si CO.,
Mines Bought, Sold and Developed.
I mental to the welfare of the camp, made i SUMPTER,
ridiculous claims regarding Its Influence
Bargains In Sumpler District
I nirrrj .11 ii.e cninMrr in Sumpier. Oregon, tor I ""d worked a confidence game to secure IW a. SAMMS,
irn.mi.siHi n,.m,.i, Hie mails a, sec.mj class endorsement of its course, it replies with a I
' yard or two of stuff equally as pertinent, ARCHITECT,
I relevant and sensible as, "so Is a shoat." . ... ,.,TV
tJ"tJlll ATiniU fB CIIUDTDD A 1A '. ... I HAS.EH CITY,
ui ws-rs i iuii x- jumr a rc !,.. Hul ( (,e aCCUSat01 that its mlSSlOU IS
; ' to retard the growth of Sumpter and the ' ReltaWe pin..ipedf,caiion anj estimates furni.t.eJ
rapid development of this district; that It - ' "T:
was bought for and is run for that pur-! J-JAMMOND 4 CHANCE
pose, it has absolutely nothing
NOT until within the past few weeks
ha- I III: MlNI:l been in position to force
;iii increase of its ever growing circulation.
Heretofore, the demand for papers has
been in e.xcess of its press facilities. Now,
however, with the most completely equip-
nr.i nrlnlifii' nffiri- in f:iirrn Ori-irnn. It
can supply this whole region with the, Sl"Ptcr, knowing that what has already p a. E. STARR.
. . t Komi iiaianinnllLliil liti ! ! ! l
hest week v newsnaner. devoted arise v "" "'i' " i i.huur.i
to "say ,
, back." Its entire course however, con
linns this charge. Its prime purpose at '
this time is to create dissension, foster
factional lights, and pull off a general
scrapping match between dtlens of :
, A. IMHHOMI. CIM. II. CIMSCH.
Oltlces. Poller llullJIng. Granite street.
I.i the mining interests of the richest min
eral belt in the world. I his is
proposes to do, and ullh this object in
view, submits a novel, attractive proposi
tion to miners and prospectors; namely to
give one assay free of cost with every
yearly subsciiption paid In advance. This
assay will be made by one of the best as
savers in the west, now located in Sump
ler. I his oflei is open for thirty days.
the united efforts of all our people, and .
what it ''"'''"K to neutralize this power for good.
its editor said last tall: "I lie substan
tial men of this town and district don't ,
want a boom, and we are not going to .
have one."Vlthln the past month Its J
owner has delivered himself of a similar
sentiment. What Is thought of this bird
that befouls Its own nest, by the business
I men of Sumpter, whom it seeks to Injure?
Center, cor. High St.
C. STEIt EN.
Justice of the Peace,
I IIT public might just as well submit ,
without a protest, l-'or months to come
the newspapers will be tilled with all sorts
ol political rot, that no one cares to read,
or believes. I his is not the fault ot the
newspapers, but is the "system" played
A I'KISS dispatch in the Maker City
Republican legaiding Captain Chad
wick's uncalled lor criticism ol Admiinl
Schley, is headed: "Disgraceful Language
if Schley." I his is mentioned merely to
call attention to a prize winning exhibi
tion ol partisanship.
.MINIM i sales nl Importance continue to '
be made dally In this district. I hey are
ol important because the purchasers are
buying witli the intention of developing,
the properties without delay. .More .nines
will be opened up within twelve mouths
than has been during an equal number ol
years in the past.
Hk wiii:i:i.i.r, p. o. it..,,.
I 'hone Main J.
Oilier: Room i, I'lrsl Hank ill Sumpler.
Mining and Civil Engineer.
I'. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor.
Mapping anj I Hue 1'ilntlng.
Mine rxamlnallonx anj reports maje. Special at
tention given tocanlJe process.
I. O. R. M.
EGAN TRIM! N.i. w, ImprmrJ OrJn ReJ Men.'
meet In tegular council at I Ills lla . at the Slh '
mil nil the irJ sleep ol every xecen suns nl each
iii.Hin All ReJ Men tilling our hunting gmunJs ,
air welcome. C. S. Allium.
W. W. 1 1 1 1, t- ul R. Sachem. !
City Recorder anj Notirv Public.
Agent for Tjrlclie Tire Extinguisher. Sumpter.
st . STOTT
J. F. SIILLTOS
Attorneys at Law.
Cieueral Brass and Iron Pi.unders
;CHAS. E. ROBLIN,
I Room j. I Ir.t Hank nt Sumpter SU.MPTER, OR
Sti.WI'l hit's voting population is at least
tour times wliat it was two years ago, as
the registration already shows. Were it
not tor tile tact that many citizens of the
camp have gone to the hills to prospect, ' Bilker CA'.
not caring to iegsrr or vote, the re- -.
corded increase would easily he live lolJ.
And this i.ipU growth has taken place
veiy largely wtlhiu less than one year.
(ikO. Is. MCI.YNN, Proprietor
Special attention given
W. H. W. HAMILTON.
repairing and rebuilding all
Kinds ot machinery.
Telephone Red 161
Atlnlng ani Consulilng Engineer
.Mining Properties ExamlneJ anj
Motrins anj Neal CoJe.
DRS. TAPE ct PEARCE,
ll- those Hoets ate seriously conten
plating coining to AuierUa, after they .ue
defeated hv tile buglish, it would p.i this
gorrunient to extend a helping hand to
Hie tottering republk. I hey are all right
in South Aliic.i, and It Is no trouble atall
to work up a lot ot sympathy for an op
pressed people who are lighting bravely
lot their rights. But they are undoubted
ly a whole lot more admirable ten
thousand miles away than they would be
"'in our midst." It is a case of distance
lending enchantment. America already
has more than enough foreign elements
that refuse to assimilate, fail to compre
hend and appreciate the genius ot our re
publican Institutions, and vote as a unite .
at the dictation of a few herd-riders of
their pirticular nationality. Yes, let the
'brave Boers stay in South Africa.
Physicians and Surgeons
:. . prcKcr, m. i.
(i. U. l.U'li, . I).
rrlrph.inr Main j.
Suni'im, out (ion
Oppoxlle Mc!'en Si Sloan's I.Urr Ham,
FRESH FISH AND
D, W. WARD
Physician and Surgeon.
II. S. IKrutv Mineral Survenr (or Oregon anj
IJaho. I.camlnatlons anj reports on mining proper
ties. Oilier with Little Giant Mining Co.
MllLSTKILT. SUI'TH, OKI GOV
Notice to the Public.
All consumers of city water must make L. "HOCK, M. D.,
application to the olllce of the Sumpter " " ."", ,.
Water conuunv before the mains are Physician and Surgeon.
ONI: of the Southern writers tells ol a tapped or any residence or business house
hall witted individual in the Tennessee supplied with water,
mountains, whose constant boast was SUMPTl-R WATER COMPANY".
Special Attention Gicen to Surgery anj to DIs.
eases ol Women. Oitice, Neill Bleck: ReslJence.
Granite Street near Mill.
. . Sumpter .
GENERAL DEALERS IN
Shelf and Heavy
and Steel Pipe
" HERCULES "
Fuse and Caps
C. C. Basche