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About The Sumpter miner. (Sumpter, Or.) 1899-1905 | View Entire Issue (May 16, 1900)
'THE SUMPTER MINER.
Wednesday, May 16, 1900
'district, will speak-at Ellis Opera house
Friday evening. An effort is being made
to secure a large attendance from neigh
'I lie four year old daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. C. K. Mead, who recently arrived
TALK OF THE TOWN.
Wesley Warren was In town Sunday.
Mrs. Watles, of Maker City, is visiting
her sister, Mrs. Hurt.
Dr. Greenlee, dentist, is located over here from southern Oregon, was badly i
the Sumpter Urug company store. i luirned about the body last Saturday. Dr.
Jesse llnbsnn returned Saturday from a j Tape, the attending physician is hopeful I
trip to his former home in eastern Ore- j of the little sufferer's recovery,
gon. I C. W. Canlield is hack In Sumpter
W. I.. Vinson arrived in town last ' from a ten days stay In tlie mountains,'
evening. He says lie will be here for , where lie had been examining a mine that
-onie days. i he declares looks like a world beatter, but
Misses Annie and Stella Hrnoks, of '" will give no details. The rock pans
Summerville, tills stale, are visiting their ' ;'"J ;' I:1" srll,K "f colors,
sister, Mrs. Ilawlev. "Cyclone" Davis, the popullstk whirld-
I. W. Scriber, of l.afJraude, who owns wind Irom Texas, is billed for a one night
nrmvrtv hrr.-. was In town Sundav look- '"'d "' Sumpter at an early date. It
lug alter Ills lire losses.
Miss Mamie Carr, of l.a( iraiule, who
had hern visiting Mrs. Dr. l-islier for
several days, has returned home.
Mrs. Hcrlocker, of Illinois, is visiting
Iter sou, Otto Her linker, who went to
Maker City Saturday to meet hrr.
I he l-'ire department will give a ball in
Kills Oprra house tomorrow evening, to
raise funds for additional equipment.
John ioss, of St. Paul, brother of
Hunker A. I'., readied here yesterday
and will remain here for some weeks.
II. K. Wheeler and I.. C. DuHoisr re
turned a frw days since Irom Prairie Cltv
and that vicinity, on a tour ol Investi
gation. I. II. Itnbbius returned several days
since Irom his mine near Lnwton, which
bids lair to be one of the most valuable in ''l;ll'i'J "n?.( '"' ,"' ' "'P1'" '1"J " '
" S l.i r of Ln llliirn 1.1. 1 llpiriin. NvvuJ.i .ml Wnvti tin.
tile district. ' lim Ti'illliirv," rttrrUrJ In .ill Hit- I'uhllc UhJ
..... , , ., ., I Suirtl') .id il August 4, ifcjj,
I. I. Conroy lias returned from a trip j wauih w.cmwimu.
to HealV, Idaho, Where lie Went to lll'lnl Mii:rn,(miniv ol H.iUrr, SUtlr nl Ou-Ron, hat
.. .1 .. ...1.. 1.... .,.,.!.. .i Tii.,1 u ., . ii.,..r. I lh' J lilfJ III Hil otlur Ills wiirn slainnrnt No.
sped a mining properly. I h.it Is .1 si'ver- ,,, ,or lh, puri.)inkt. i ,,,,, , ;4 , ,.c w. ,
lead district and Is dull at present. mMmiii. ungr N is 1:. w. At. .vu in nrrrr rnmi
' I In lniw llial the Inn J toughl It morr valuablr lor lit
William (Jrren was arrested Monday, iimtr r t, ,,,,,, aciiciiiiiirat iMiriws.an.it.,
' ... ,. , , I rslaNltli lilt claim In tIJ l.inj hrtmr Ihr MrKlttrr
charged with stealing a small grip from ,nj KrirUrtiiMiiitniiicrjii ij(iiAiiJr. oiri:un,on
.- 1. . 1.1 1 i... . ... I WrJnrtJav.ltir it! Jav nl Aiiirutt. iui.
tlie U.'ipuai lioiei iieiongiug in misu Mr namrVHnrtrf l.ihn Olhoun. J,.l,n Ate-
was announced that he would be here on
the tw'enty-lifth Instant, but some con
fusiod has occured in his dates and the
exact time for Ills arrival here is not now
W. T. Manning, who has been in the
hills near I'rairie City for some weeks
past, has been appointed one of
tlie census enumerators for this county.
A better appointment could not have ,
been made, and if the other appointees'
are near as efficient, Maker county will
recrive proper representation.
II.WIIhK LAND, ACT JIINI: ), 1K78.
NO TICK rOK I'UIH.ICATION.
Wnllt-J Suii-s L111J Ullicr, I
l.i (ir.niji', Dublin, Al;iv if, iv.i.
Nolle? Is lierrl't lilvril that In i-iimi'll.inre wllli Ihr
ptiikltliint nl Hit- net nl Oiniftrtt nl lunr l, 1878,
l.lvermore. He was given ten days.
J. Maruard Tlerney, superintendent and
mannger of the Ottawa Development
company, leaves today for St. Paul and
other eastern points, on business for the
G. G. KriU left Sunday morning for
Prarle City, a horeback. He and his
partner, Kd Dwyer, own some mining
property out that way which promises to
make them mlllionaries.
Attorney J. I'. Sheltou has been In
Malhucr county, In the vicinity of Vale,
for a week past, looking after some min
ing properties In which he is Interested.
He Is expected home today.
Joseph McCabe, general manager of
the Columbia river system of railroads,
and Mr. Allen, of Tacoma, both Interested
hi the Shaw Lumber company, of this
place, were In Sumpter Saturday.
Hon. William Smith, democratic nomi
nee for congress from ths Second Oregon
llrni). Jntrpti Prat, Jamrt Wmli'j, all nl Suiiiplfr,
' Anv anj all prrtont claiming ajwrtrly Ihr ahmc
JrtulhrJ lanjtair rriurtirJ to lilr llirlr claims In
lint omcr on or re lore tau iti jav or Aiieutl iuiu.
I!. W. llMmi.1T, Krislttrr.
TIMHIiR LAND, ACT JUNK , 1878.
NOTICU FOR PUBLICATION.
(Inlli-J Slalfi I an J Older,
la (SranJr, Oirgon, AUy is, iuiu.
Nntlcr It hrrt by Rlvrn thai In comjillancr Hlth Ihr
pinvltlnni ol Ihr act ol Congrrtt nl Junr 1. 1878,
rntlllrJ "An act lor Ihr talr ol llmbrr lanJt In Ihr
tlalrt nl Calllnrnla, Orrcon, NrvaJi, anj wattling,
lun Trrrltllory," at rttrnJrJ la alt the puMIc lanj
tlalrt by act ol Augutt 4, i),
MMI II. Mnws,
ol Allcrl, County ol Union, Slalr ol (Urgon, hat
thlt Jay tilrJ In thlt ofllcr hit tworn tlalrmrnt No.
6m. lor Ihr rurchatr ol Ihr itl( nr't. r' j tr1 ire 16
an J nrU nH " trctlon Nn. In townthlp No.
otouiri, rancr no. it u w m, an J 111 onrr rrool
10 tho that thr lanj tough! It mort valuator lor lit
tlmrrr or ttonr than lor agricultural nuruotrt, anj
to rtlaMlth hit claim to talJ lanj Morr Ihr Krglt
Irr anj Hrcrlvrr ol thlt oilier at La tiranJr. Urr-
Ki'ii, nil iimiia.r, lnr ivui 11.1 ui Jul), ivik
I If namrt at wltnrttrt: A. S. Iiatt, f'rlrr, Moern
trn, llrniy StnJJarJ, (irorsr MoJJarJ, all ol Sump
Irr. Orr gon.
Anv anJ all prrtnnt claiming aJvrrtrly thrarnivr
Jrtctlhril lan.lt arr rrqurttr J to lilr thrlr clalmt In
thlt oNlcr on or brlorr taM (itli Jay ol Jul , iuiu.
L. W. lUmiltr. Krglttrr, .
"Old age brings experience, and some kinds of
experience brings old age.
JUST MARRIED FOLKS
Some others, too, no doubt, will need furniture
tor 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 will
pay you to give us a call.
Hed Room Suits, J15.00
Med Hoom Suits, better ones, Eastern Hardwood, 17.00
Wall Paper, per double roll, (tampirt n), 15c to 1.00
Queen City Furniture Co. Patterson & Err...
Phone Red 361. 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.
ft NEILL MERCANTILE CO. f
AE are not CLOSING OUT cur Furnishing ty
m VV Goeds: we are HERE TO STAY and will .'.;
still continue to be the
Why not leave your. money with the
people who are going to stay with you and IM
PROVE THE CITY ?
in our line. V
people who a
S NEILL MERCANTILE CO. &
During the next jo days every
new subscriber to The Miner who
pays 2.00 for one year's subscrip- . .. '
tion in advance will be given one
assay for gold of any rock he" may " ,
bring in, Free of Charge
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