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About The Sumpter miner. (Sumpter, Or.) 1899-1905 | View Entire Issue (May 23, 1900)
THE SUMPTER MINER.
Wednesday, May 23, 1900
The Sumpter Miner i
Official Paper of the Town of Sumpter.
I'UFIMMIIII IVIKV UIDSIMIAY MY
fttion of the owners of producing mlries,ev-
Idently wishing to convey the Impression
I tli.it the surrounding mlneowners and the
Sumpter property owners are not working
together harmoniously, and that the latter
are being worsted in this imaginary con
flict. The American, the property of a
11. maksii ami J. w. conni:i.i.a niliieowner, who is known as a prominent
, Bear, is evidently paving the way to make
.smiM.PiriioN pahs the boast that It lias prevented the rapid
,$.txi I growth of this town In fact that It has
'''' j had no growth worth speaking of, and
I that the entire district is as it was before
new blood and new life came in and
ALWAYS IN AIIVAM.I.
POPULATION OF SUMPTER 4,500.
I ntneJ t the pmtoftlcr In Sumpti-r, Oregon, for ' Pushed tills good tiling along.
transmission ihrnueh Hi mail ic.nj class ( There has been no padding of the regis
' (ration books here. It is generally con-
i ceeded that a hundred or more men who
make this their home and are now in the
hills have not registered. There has been
To General Charles S. Warren, Hutte, ' a great increase in the population of this
Mentana: Come home at onceand all will camp, every line of business has grown
be forgiven. Your friends, admirers and ' In magnitude; there has been, still Is and
the town at large are pining for a sight of will continue to be much commercial and
vou and the sound of your voice. Industrial activity in Sumpter and the dis
trict, and the American will be as Im
CIIAKGKS of fraud In registration made potent to change these conditions In the
by the papeis representing both parties In future as it lias been to prevent them in
Maker City is mere campaign talk for the past. It Is merely knocking now
effect which doesn't liavr the desired more openly, it is true as It has always
done turner lis present ownership. I lie
paper was bought to aid a bear movement.
effect. People are not fooled that uay
ShVI.RAI. republican exchanges are
making what they evidently consider very
felkltous remarks about all Oregon sheep
voting the republican ticket this year.
Mention ot tills is m.tde merely to call the
.itleutiou of democratic papers to the fact
I hat here is a wide open chance lor a
bull's eye rejoinder.
SUMI'ri.N'S future never looked
blighter th.in It does tod iv. I here is now
wli.it there was not some mouths since,
SOMI: days since the Portland Tele
gram published with every evidence of
approval an article taken from a rail
road folder, describing the trip from
Portland to Spokane. It was written by
Colonel Dunan, but of course that gentle
man is not given the credit. It is the
policy of the Portland dailies to Ignore
i him, who has done more to advertise the
I town and state to their advantage dur-
' Int. tin ivicJ fivi( Vf irw tlirin tlmci- n.'ititr
substantial assurances of Its per-nanence , n;m. d(,u. j,,,, ldr clllire exscnce.
and continued g.nwth and increasing , (ir mve (r ff m) ,,.,
prosperity. I he smeller, mad. ne shops ., j valuable cllli-eii is clearly mossback
and loundry secure Its .onllnued posit.on .v .nd ,.,,,,,, ;inJ ., .,rmlnd
as the mining center ot eastern Oregon sm;( nmW mf;mMess
All roads here.ibouts lead to bumpier and ,
Ihey will always be traveled ro.uls. . , IV I
ACCORDING to the Statesman, the '" "-' ".
j.l, ..V n.il.l friini Hi- Univ.. iwi. P!AN Tllllll' Nil. , Impnuel Or.ni KcJ .Wen,
slilpmenls ol gold irom tile noise .i.i) , L ,, n ,rKU ,(1UIUii m mis II n at the 8ih
oHlce since the tllst ol the year shows ;iiuniin the irJ Oii ol ecer sewn suns ill wih
... I iniHin All KrJ .Win visiting our hunting gtoiin.K
nr.imi) incic-.isr mil mi- Miiiiiirin- mi i me utlfome. I.. r. AKIKMI,
lilt corresponding months of iKijij. I he
total shlpmeiits up to the middle of tills
month have been 5n,u:s.(4. Tor the
lirst live mouths of ifuji) the shipments
unlimited to 5ts I.S17 IS- I his shows an '
liurease to the uedit of llie lirst live'
months ol luoo of 57.J-K"!o. I he ship-
incuts lor the icmaiudcrol this month will
uiateri illv increase it. !
w v. Illl. I nl l.
K. Will III R. I. O. IIukkm.
I'liono Main it,
Ollue. Room I. I list Rink nl Siimpler.
Mining and Civil Engineer.
l'. S. I.mii Mineral Sure e or.
Mipplng an-l tlluo I'llntlng.
Mine cxamln itlons nnj it ports in iJe, Spochl at-
li'iillnii ;lrn toiN.mlJi' lott-ts.
I III Supieuie lourt of the United
States has tendered a decision in the
Kentucky gubeiiialoiial case, which'
awaids theiillue to IUkhain, the lieu
tenant governor on the t ioebel ticket, i
I he opinion was h uided down bv Chief
luslUe I ullei and the case was dis
missed tor want ol juiisdUtion, and that
the determination ol cases ol thisch.it
tcter, contests for st.ite olhces, must
neiess.ullv be settled by the political
branch ot the government. I hat In. null
had acted in the Kentucky case when the
general assembly look jurisdiction. I here
was no appeal Irom the assembly's de
cision. IN lis cap.ulty of town knocker, the
Itlue Mountain Aineiican,a paper largely
printed at Poitlaud, but entered at the
Sumpter postollue, last week made the
groundless di irge, without the slightest
evidence on which to base the assertion,
tliat the registration books of lliKpteJnU
had been padded. Of course the Haker
Citv Republican, which paper, when not
soliciting alms here, never mioses an op
portunity to seek, in its Idiotic way, to
injure this camp, reproduces the Ameri
can's maliciously lalse statements with
In the same Issue ol the paper it N ex
ultantly dedaied that the real estate
boomers are helpless without the co oper-
General Urass and Iron Pounders
(il.o. P. Mcl.YNN, Proprietor
Special attention given
repairing and rebuilding all
Kinds 01 maciuuery.
IJll'wr r.itv. Telephone Red ifii
Opposite MclVen ft Mom's llcer Ham,
FRESH FISH AND
Ckcii. Hoskason. Mgr.
pENNER & WORTHINGTON
Civil and Mining Engineers.
U. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyors (or Oregon, Wash
ington, IJalio onj Montana. Fnglneers for the
Sumpter Townslte Company, LlmlteJ,
Undirfound ind Pittnt Surveys,
H. T. HENDRYX & CO.,
Mines Bought, Sold and Developed.
tlarealns In Sumpter District
W, A. SAMMS,
UAKLH CITY, OWCOON
Reliable plans, specifications anJ estimates lurnlsheJ
HAMMOND & CHANCE,
A. A. IIAMVtOSt). CIIAi. II. CIIASCC.
Olllces, Potter HullJInc, Uranlte street.
C A. STARR.
Center, cor. IIIkIi St,
C STI.I I I.N,
Justice of the Peace,
Clt) Recorder anj Notary Public.
Agent for I rlclJe I Ire Kitlngulsher. Sumpter.
STOTT Sll ELTON,
SAM V. STOIT
J. I. MILLTUS
Attorneys at Law.
CHAS. E. ROHLIN,
Room s. I list llankol Sumpter SUMI'TKR. OR
W. II. W. HAMILTON.
Mining .inj Cnnxultlng Lnglneer.
Mining I'toporllec l.x.nnlneJ .inj
Miming in J Neil CoJe.
ng -in a isei
M'.VtPTI R. ORIUiON
DRS. TAPE cV I'EARCE,
Pliyslcians and Surgeons
:. M. I'l wu , M II.
(1. . lAI'L, . II.
D W. WARD
Physician and Surgeon.
t S. Deputy Mineral Surveor lor Oregon an J
IJatio K.iinln.itions anj resirts on mining proper
lies. Oitice llh I lllle tiiant AMnlng Co.
L T. HROCK, M. D., '
Pliyslcl.in and Surgeon.
Sumpter, Oregon. !
Special Attention (ill en to Surgerv an J to DIs. I
eases of Women. Oihce, Nc-lll IIUkI: KeslJence, I
(ir.mlie Stieet near Mill.
. . . Sumpter .
GENERAL DEALERS IN
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and Steel Pipe
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