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About The Sumpter miner. (Sumpter, Or.) 1899-1905 | View Entire Issue (July 25, 1900)
THE SUMPTER MINER.
Wednesday, July 2?, 1900
TALK OF THE TOWN.
Mr. Killein leaves today on .in ex
tended trip e.iit.
Dr. Greenlee, dentist, is located over
the Sumpter Drue company store.
V. I. Hopkins and I:. J. Baker, of
Hums, passed through Sumpter yesterday.
I'rivate hoard $4.20 a week, No, 422
Mill Street, brick building south of depot.
Mr. and Mrs. 1. W. McKiney, of
Prairie City, were in town Monday, guests
;it the Capitol.
Dr. Hrock expects to leave in n day or
two for I'rairieCity and the Hot Springs,
to be absent several days.
Joe Iteed, of the Raid Mountain, is
now taking his vacation and, very sen
sllily. is spending it on I'uget Sound.
H. II. I'fil., who has retained his
ineicanllle interests nt Republic, expeits
to return to that northern camp at an early
Miss KMiauis, who lias a class In
H. VV. Hamilton returned to Sump
ter Sunday morning, having been re
called by wire to examine a properly here.
He will start east again when his work
Is finished, to negotiate the sale of the
(jipsey King properly, recently located
and opened in Cable Cove.
It is said that Prank Ashley has closed
a deal uilh Colorado people for a bond
on his properly at the mouth of Ruby
creek. There are three claims in the
group, uliicli are situated .1 short distance
from the Red Hoy. The work done so
far has been mostly of a prospecting
nature and the ledges show up well. The
new men have started work and will push
matters with a good force of miners.
Scenic Line of the World.
Fur an enjoyable trip east, take the
Denver ' Rio ( irande railroad, Scenic
Line of the world. Three daily trains be
tween Denver, Colorado Springs, Pueblo
and all eastern points, and all points on
the Pacilic coast. Most mauulliceut seen-
drawing at Maker City, has been spend-'ery on this continent. The leading tea-
inn ' few days with the family of her I lure in connection with the trip i that the
brother here. I through trains pass through the scenic
J. II. Wllhey is running a .oo-foot tun- ;""" ' '' '' n'nuiilal.i!. in
..-I I.. thr I ro ,.r,,nii. I,ie.-.ll n-.-.r Al.-mi. -"" "' "K". '"- ."uimj; ,..!-,
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mi the Little Heaver creek. 'I lure are 1
three claims in the group. j
Large quantities of concentrates are,
being hauled in flom the mines fur ship
incut to the vaiions distant smelters. The
lepot yards are covered with piles of the
sengers a Cool, pleasant and enjoyable
ride, Iree from dust and the annoyances
esperieuced via other lines. Superb din
lug car service 011 all through trains.
Service a la carte, pay for what you order.
I hrough standard anil tourist sleepers.
Stopovers allowed on all classes of tickets
anywhere between Ogdeu and Denver.
..vi.rif il.iv Hi,- slim li.-r.li-r.. u-lni Ii.ivh liill " y"r nearest ttcKet agent lor
their Hoiks hi (lie surrounding near by Ikkels, rales and all Information, or ad
hills, come into cauin with two or three 'J'""'! It. C. NICIIOI.,
or a doeu or more pack ponies alter salt
for the sheep.
It is learned that Simon I:. Lane will
ii'tmu to Sumpter from eastern Oregon in
a frit days and begin development work
011 some properties he has bought in the
Canto Cove district.
Under brush I ires hive been burning
south ol town for several days past,
hverythiug being so dry, it Is a wonder
that the forest trees have not caught lire
and much damage done.
Pied Stolt, of the Hem, and Miss Kate
Wthli, uf the John Day valley, were
umiried at Maket City Thursday. After
a vMl In Plod's old home at La t irande,
they will return to Sumpter to reside.
A lire alarm was turned in Monday
jiltrriioiiu Itoui the Capital hotel block.
'I hodi'parluirut re-ponded with gratifying
promptness and put out the lusipient
blare, which was In the laundry of that
Iliultleheriv picnics have been occu
piug the time ot iIiom- bent on pleasure
tin- past few days. The uop Is veiy
short this season. I hole are said to be
.1 bountiful supply ol goose berries, how
ever, on the reeks.
(ienernl Agent, Portland, Ore.
Through the Yellowstone.
The new route via the Oregon Short
Line Railroad and Mnuida, Mont., enables
you to make a delightful trip through the
Yellowstone National Park, entering via
Monida and coming out via Cinnabar,
making it unnecessary to cover any por
tion of the route twice. For beautiful
descriptive booklet, write or call at Ore
gon Short Line Ticket Oltice, 142 Third
street, Portland, Oregon.
" The Portland", conducted by Gus
Woodward on Mill street, is fully a
representation ol its name. A visit will
convince you of this.
When you travel the Rourne road re
member liamard has all the latest remedies
for dust in the throat.
A nice cool pitcher of Weinhard's beer
25 cents, at Henry Finger's, Center street.
WeihhardV. beer on draught at Henry
Flngei's; 10 cents per glass.
For Sale Saddle and briddle, in good
condition. Apply at Till: MINER oll'icc.
"Old age brings experience, and some kinds of
experience brings old age.
JUST MARRIED FOLKS
Some others, too, no doubt, will need furniture
for theli 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 Roods ate priced on a cash basis and it will
pay you to gis e us a call.
Hed Room Suits, $15.00
Red Room Suits, better ones, Eastern Hardwood, 17.00
Wall Paper, per double roll, (umpir tin-), 15c to 1.00
Queen City Furniture Co. Patterson & finger
Phone Red jfii.
HAKER CITY, ORIiGON
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 . j j j
Neill Mercantile Co.
SOLE AGENTS FOR
TED GLOVES j
W. II, CAtJE. ProMrnt
T. O. IIARRISON,Vlc-l,re.anJTrMi.
TIIOS. McnWCN. fifttrral Mincer
Sumpter Transportation Co
most conplute livery equipment
in Eastern Oregon. teams al
ways READY TO GO ANYWHERE
Daily Stages to Canyon
City, Prairie City, Bourne,
Granite, Hed Boy, Bonan
za and Golconda Mines.
Hauling Heavv Machinery
a Specialty. Freight For
warded to all Points in
To Be Conducted on the III First-Class Restaurant
European Plan 'n Connection
T. T. DANILSON, PROPRIETOR
Sample Rooms for Commercial Men. SUAPTER, OREGON
S. W. SHERRARD, Mgr.
South Mill St.,