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About The Sumpter miner. (Sumpter, Or.) 1899-1905 | View Entire Issue (July 18, 1900)
THE SUMPTER MINER.
Wednesday, July 18, 1900
TALK OF THE TOWN.
1 work mi the Townslle company's brick
office building sunn. Stnt.e for the touii-!
datlon is nlre.idy mi the ground.
August Lange left here yesterday with
1 the first lot ill stncU nf l.idlrs ;ind mens
Ml. Finger, went to Maker today on ;i
"1? ii 11.. . 1 . .1... ..! 1.1. furnlsllini? minds, shors. ek-.. for the
ic, r. 11.11 1, assiyri ru uir ioiuimu.i, ' .. I
, iicim mrii.iiiiue iiium.iOY a iu.iiiui moic
to he established :it Prairie City.
wjs in Similiter jesterd.iy.
.Many of the p nrr: .iroiind tin: district
are closing down lor l.icl nt water.
l)r. ( ircenlrr. dentist, In located over
the Suntpler hrug uimpanv storr.
Mrs. S. I. KodUey has none to Port-
llml, epeiting to be absent ,1 inontli,
. Ihellobson Metinutilr iiiuipany will,
discontinue the hraikh store at Law ton.
W. I.. Vinson has been in Sumpter
this week. He says that notwithstaud'
I iug lie lias met with Millie reversrs here,
he kno.vs this to be the best camp in the
I Northwest today and he is going to May
Captain . H. I hompson has been in
-V - jumpier inr several uays past, tie
A. W. Kills e Suud.iv lor Silt Lake doesn't iniisult the newspapers or the
on business, to br gone a week or ten curbstone brokers when he is about to '
das. 1 make a ileal, so the speillii. object ol this ,
Hits. I . V. D.ivliNnn, from the ilald trip rat t be stated. j
Mnunl.-iin. has been visiting Mrs. irtllith .Miss l.uln Martin and Mrs. M irv ll.-ir-1
for stvi 1.1I davs past. i ts, ( Oregon Cltv, ate visiting the for-'
Mr d Mrs. John i.tgen have none to I mer's sisters Mrs. Sadie White and Mrs.
Mi.l)evitt. I hev will spend a week or so
camping near l.awtou, with a party which
leaves here in a few days.
Thomas Moffct, superintendent nf the
Hunker Mill, was down from the mine a
day or two last week. lie e.xpeits Manager
John I. IV11I1 ale to return from eastern
Canada in a tew days, when busy scenes
will be enacted at the mine.
The diamond medals awarded to the
winners ot the rock drilling contest arrived
today, they having been sent back tot
Chicago to be engraved. This work has I
been beautifully done. The medals are,
now at l:. C Hrodle's jewelry store.
Again it Is rumored heie (hat a deal Is ;
pending involving the sale of the Cougar. I
I. W. I arkiu, the managing owner, has J
Pemlletnu to witness the irreumnv
their daughter taking the veil,
j Mrs. (".. II. Moore left lor Spokane last
'I IhumI:iv tn visit her daughter lor the re-maliul-r
ot the summer mouths.
' I., C Fletcher, in charge of the genlog
iral siitvev now being made of the Mine
rjioiiutalus, has moved his headquarters
(nun here to ( iranlte.
j loe McKee and James Rutherford, ol
f'ortlaud, came up yesterday on their wav
to the ( Jreeuhorn district, where the form
er Is iutetested In mining.
I.I. I Janielson, formerly of the Auadia
rstatiiaut, has taken charge ot the
(olden Eagle hotel and will generally re
fmriiish and relit it tor occupauy.
I I lr I'm ir.'M ImI llilk ! twriwiiut l.ir kiiL'.n.
lllle in answer tn an urgent telephone call I !r'f,.,,,v ''Xwn 1" SHianc, where he
from someone rehiring medical aid. It
was not learned who the sutlerer was.
Mr. and Mrs. Ilarlev Wood returned
has been in consultation with others who
hold minority interests in the property.
Mrs. Lawrence, of Prairie Cltv, Mrs.
Hess, ol Vale, and Mrs. Johnson, of
j train this forenoon. Mrs. I awience will
j be met by her husband and leave for
I I:. J. Uwyerand II. II. Frit closeJ
their olhce here aiui left several davs since
ti...f.r.t .1 f 1 1 in 1 ,'twlf 11 llli rl itli'Mh. nt
Hums.' Ihev ,a.ne ba.k bv wav , i -'It City, sisters whuse girlhood was
,,i,Ih('i, .uiii, mI.i. 1. n,. .,,. Mwm ai rr.iine utiv, iame in
V . '!(( 11It (!- 1.1SJ ...
Di. Cleavei rame in Itoiii Prairie City
tit.iv. L'diiiL' sttilelit tlmiUL'li to It.iUer.
rimer Cleaver passed through Moudiv.
tljifli '.I, inn. ti . il.il .., ..1 III., fiutl.tiil. 'it
ihrir tow nslte. I '"' "'" V'""" "; j" ' V"1'
!, I burg district. I hev will know what they
Miss Jnsie t) n.lelson h is re-opened the uw , ,(,,mlt t)Mv . f ,s ;S
,1111111k looms in e. tion w ith the I ,old-1 ROoJ ;(s UmUi ,,, w ,.,,
i nLagle hotel ...id w III hete..l(er coud.ul indt.,m,Hv ,lml cnlmw development
l.i ntst ilass restaurant, giving to it her VV0IW
(ilson.il attention. i
R. I.. Neillandfamilv leave tomorrow, j ,r Portland", conducted bv (ins
,hv piivate lonvevatue lor the Warm , Vdward on Mill street, is fully a
Springs, neat Prairie Cltv, to be gone , representation ot its name. A visit will
-several weeks. ( ieorge Snyder, ol Sump-1 convince you ot this,
jtei, will .ucompanv them.
I". I:. Helliuger.ullu l.iiiic here about, (Jnlv the best ol Wines, Lkjuors, Ice
two weeks siiue when Ills latliei, I". I). Cold Iteer and temperance drinks at
.Helllngei, w is seiiouslv sik, left Mon-' H,,inard's Halfway House,
iliv lot his home in Iowa. I . I). .uom .
'lunied him to Hake. City. A ,.ul ()( CJKr plrH hlPf, cMiU
I livid Wilson s again in town this ItieJitel's baketx, opposite the depot,
week, ltisiepoitedth.it he will begin j All orders lilted promptly.
"Old age brings experience, and some kinds of
e.vpeilence brings old age.
JUST MARRIED FOLKS
Sume others, too, no doubt, will need furniture
lor their new homes. We are ready tn serve
them. We have already supplied satisfactory
furniture for hundreds of new hemes: we can do
as well for hundreds more. Our stock allows
easy selection at all times. There is always
plenty here for everv loom in the house. All
our goods are priced on a cash basis and it will
pay you to give us a call.
Hed Hoom Suits, $15.00
Ited Koom Suits, better ones, Kasteru Hardwood, 17.00
Wall Paper, per double roll, (ri n), 1 $c to 1.00
Queen City Furniture Co.
Patterson & Eppinger
Phone RfJ jfii.
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.
JUST RECEIVED A NEW
LINE OF TELESCOPES
AND GRIPS o . v j
Neill Mercantile Co.
SOLE AGENTS FOR
W It. CADli. ProlJrnt T. C. HARRISON. VIce-l'rw.iM Tre.
TIIOS MClAVIIN. Oinrral .Minaccr
Sumpter Transportation Co
MOST CONPI.I-TU I.IVKRV EQUIPMI-NT
IN EASTI-HN OKCGON. TUAMS AL
WAYS Rl-AllV TO GO ANYWHhRU
Daily Stages to Canyon
City, Prairie City, Bourne,
Granite, Red Boy. Bonan
za and Golconda Mines.
Hauling Heavy Machinery
a Specialty. Freight For
warded to all Points in
To Be Conducted on the III First-Class Restaurant
European Plan 'j in Connection
T. T. DANILSON, PROPRIETOR
Sample Rooms for Commercial Men. SUMPTER, OREGON
S. W. SHERRARD, Mgr.