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About The Sumpter miner. (Sumpter, Or.) 1899-1905 | View Entire Issue (June 13, 1900)
THE SUMPTER MINER.
Wednesday, June ij, 1900
TALK OF THE TOWN.
li. I.. Manning is in I'urtl.iiid tliNweek.
Unity Kml, ()1 tile Ort?nnni;iii, is in
Mis liv.i Uc-in K li-itiiiK triends in
H.ilri City lliis week.
V. II. S.irncnt, tlie viu mill mi:iii from
( ii.'inilf, w.is in town tod;iv.
Mrs. Iliulspf.illi, of Hnke-r City, is visit
Inn her d.int'litrr, Mrs. Hint.
I)r. ( iri'cnlee. dentist, is Incited over
the S1111111U7 I JniK unnp.iny store.
Mr. ;ind Mrs. ( i. li. Trdrnwe, .Mr. ;ind
Mrs. Steffrn drove to l.:iton rind b:cU
All Allen, ol Hie Stir s.ilnoii, leit Sim
d.iy lot I'mtl.ind on ;i business trip, to le
none sever.'il d'iys.
W. I.. Vinson returned Irom I'urtl.iiid
ycstrrdiy. Mis business .-ifi.iirs are re
ported to tie improving ste.'idily and surely.
Sevcr.il sacks of ore from I'ralrie City
came in on the Matte this mnmiiiK, con
signed to the Stunpter smelter, to be
Mr. Killen, who looks after the Spok
ane end of the business of Kllleii& Warn
er, has been in Sumpter for a week past,
visiting his partner.
Mrs. Slucnc Chapman arrived in Sump
ter several days since from St. I'.iul, and
will spend the slimmer here witii her
husband, manager o( the Ibex.
I:. Sinderson Smith returned yeslerd.iy
Irom a brief trip to Montreal and other
rastern cities, where he went on business
pertaining to a minim: property. !
The liitaut child ol a family named i
i.inlner, irunt arrivals here and living I
on Cr.ukei street, died Saturday ninlit j
uiiiler peculi irly sad ilrcuinstaiices. i
Win. O'Doiiiu-ll, ol Maker City, hasj
been routined to his room here u ith a slight
attack of pleurisy, beiun attended by Ur. j
IV.irce. lie is again on the street today, i
.1. I.. Pierce, of the New York I Iff, and :
II. I. Month, ot the Massachusetts Mutual
Life Insurance companies, aie in town in
the Interest ol these well known safe
Tom Mcliwen lell several days since
lor llu- Atlantic seaboard, and will attend '
the republican national convention in '
Philadelphia, as an alternate, possibly as
(ins Woodward is in sole umtr.il ol
" I In-I'ottl.ind" 1111 .Mill stieet, having (
purchased Aithur Hammond's iuteiest,
who has let in ucd to I'oillaud, Irom uheic,
he will go to Nome. i
II. Sloan returned yesterday trom a'
Hip to the (,)uart.burg ill-trict, where he'
has some good mining interests. He
thinks that section will soon show up
some eielleiit propuilts.
II. K. Wheeler is putting in an escel
lent and well assnited stotk ol books and
stitloneiy in Hie post ollue building.,
Howard K. Hall, who knows the business
, thoroughly, is the manager.
I John O. I homas, special agents of the
' Royal and Queen insurance companies
' for Oregon and Idaho, was in town Fri
day to make final settlement with his
policy holders in the recent lire.
I Mrs. I .lira M. I. ockhart, aged thirty-nine
I years, wife of ( iuy l.ockhait, of Sumpter,
idled Mood iv of heart failure and catarrh
I of the stomach. Funeral services were
' held yesterday at the residence, by Rev.
I ,U. Shannon, liuir.il being In the Sumpter
I cemetery under the direction of Case and
Thomas Campbell and Peter McPhee
have opeudd the new Alamo hotel at Al
I amo, and will hereafter cater to the first
I class trade of that new town. The Case
Furniture company, of Sumpter, fitted
I them out, from cellar to garret, and the
' new hotel can provide a comfortable home
to the traveling public.
A number of ladies and gentlemen
walked down the railroad track about a
mile Monday evening, built a bonfire,
popped corn and spent a pleasant even
ing. Theparty consisted of Mrs. J. H.
Robbins, Mrs. lirock, Miss Myers, Miss
Richards. Miss Worswlck, Miss Jessica
lirock, Messrs. J. H. Robbins, Richards,
Soreuson, Keltic, Charley Robbins, A. I',
and J Gnss.
The Chronicle has suspended publica
tion. The Atheys made a brave struggle
for its continuance, and Till: MlNliK
wishes that they had succeeded, but the
force of circumstances arrayed themselves
against the venture. The plant was
saved from the wreck and an option has
been given on it to I. P. (iallisou, mana
ger of the People's Advocate, Chchalls,
Washington. Seymour Hell induced this
gentleman to (.ome here to engage in
The City ( recii house, at Maker City,
furnishes choice cut llowers.
Ask for the Columbia beer, brewed in
1)1 I II I Ms.
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.1. W. SfilW'i Vkr-l'rrtMrnt
.l.iinrn Ni'ut.in.U.. . (.jvtilrr
J. W. Scillvl W. II. Mlllrr
C.ljikSnJi- J. II. Itohhln
Transacts a (leueral Hanking and l:.
No Inh'ii'tl I'.ili mi I). miIi,
"Old age brings eperience, and some kinds of
esperieuce brings old age.
JUST MARRIED FOLKS
Some others, too, no doubt, will need furniture
lor their new homes. We ale ready to serve
them. We have already supplied satlslactorv
lurnituie lor hundreds ot new homes; we can do
as well for hundreds more. Our stock allows
easy selection at all times. Theie 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.
Med Room Suits, f 15.00
Med Room Suits, better ones, Fastem Hardwood, 17.00
Wall Paper, per double roll, (k.impirt tin-), 15c to 1.00
Queen City Furniture Co. i.., finger
Phone Red 6i. HAKF.R CITY, ORKCON
Crockery, Glassware, Tobac
co, Cigars, Oranges, Candy
and Nuts. Everything carried
in a first-class grocery store
SUMPTER GROCERY COMPANY
ELLIS BLOCK, SUMPTER, OREGON.
SHOES FOR EVERYONE
NEILL MERCANTILE CO.
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Sumpter Transportation Co
.MOM CONI'I.I-TI: I.IVhRY F.QUIPAI:NT
IN l-ASSI-RN OKHCiON. Tl-AMS AL
WAYS l:,l)Y TO CO ANVWIII-KI:
Daily Staues to Canyon
City, Prairie City, Bourne,
Granite, Rod Hoy. Bonan
za and Golconda Mines.
Mauling Heavy Machinery
a Specialty. Freight For
warded to all Points in
Coming to Sumpter!
FOR TWO DAYS COM
MENCING FRIDAY, JUNE 16
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Performing Dogs 30
TWO PERFORMANCES DAILY
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