The Sumpter miner. (Sumpter, Or.) 1899-1905, August 15, 1900, Page 14, Image 14

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THE SUMPTER MINER.
Wednesday, August K, 1900
5
CENTS
Per GLASS
t
FULL
CAR LOAD
HAS
JUST
BEEN
RECEIVED
5
BOTTLES
FOR $1.00
HENRY FINGER
4 THE &
! W
CELEBRATED
1 OLYMPIA
BEER
On Draught or in Bottles
HENRY FINGER
CENTER STREET
Opposite Postoffice SlJMPTKK, ORKUON
5
BOTTLES
FOR $1.00
es3
FIVE CENTS
PER GLASS OR
FIVE
BOTTLES
FOR
ONE DOLLAR
5
CENTS
Per GLASS
FOREST FIRH LAW.
Test of Ibc Statute Prett-rlbing Perullin for
Setting Wood Afire.
t i.inte iinil 1'oiestry Warden Ouimhy
U sendinc out Copies nl thelorest lire law,
,is follows;
"Any person maliciously MiuIIMik a
lire on Ills own lit oilier land, whi.n sli.ill
injuie the persoml properly or wooded
Umber land 11I .11 iv ullirr person, shall
he punished by a line not less ih.in iio
nor nioie tli.in 5ioo, or by imprisonment
not less Hun three months nor nioie III in
twelve months.
"KinJIliiK .1 lire without malice on any
lind without iiinsent ol the owner, vvhldi
-h.ill spread .iml il miane .mv property or
wood 01 Umbel I. mil not his own, not less
th, in 510 nor more th.ri Skxj and uisis.
"I'.nteiinK upon I nuls ol .mother person
loi the purpose ol huntliit; 01 lishliit:, and
without the iiinsent ol the owner, kindl
Iiik my hie theieou, not less III. in 10 nor
more th hi fioo.
"If kindled maliciously, not less tlnn
fio not mule Ih.in i5, "i hv Imprison
ment not less tli.in thiee montlis, not
more thin twelve months.
"WlllullV setliiiR Tire lit .mv wooded
iinintry or loiest, not mote tli.in Siooo
or imprisonment not excredint: one ye.ir
or both.
"Section 21. Ihes.ilJ name and lor
estry warden, or .mv sheritl, ilepmv
sheriff or constable, m.iv without warrant
arrest any person violating any ol the
statutes now or liereallei enacted and in
force at the time, lor the protection ot
K.ime, name birds, mimk birds ami loieM,
or any of them, and take siith person
Mole any court hiving jurlsdidlon, who
shall proceed without delay in hear, Irv
and determine the matter, nJ nive and
enter judgment according to (lie allena
tlons and proofs." . -t
Nome Paper on the Situation There.
1 here is no doubt that the situation is
serious enough, and it promises to grow
worse, of course, with the passing of time.
I he tucstion naturally arises, what shall
be done w Ith the great number of men who
aie unable to obtain employment and who
beliiK "bro!e," are unable to leave the
lomitrv? It is a serious question. Indeed,
and one that demands immediate alien
lion. I he News Ins referred In it before,
believing it to be ol ttnl impoitaiue to
this (.(immunity. I his (ommiuiity cannot
take i.ne ot the gteat number of indigent,
neither (.in it purdi.ise transportation to
the outside lor tliem at (.uireiit rates. It
is, therefore, up to tile transportation com
panies .iikI the government. I he former
might gixe a low rate and the latter could
gu irantee the payment. In this way the
situation would be lelleved, as in. my men
who .iic only too iiinIous to leturn to
their loriner homes would be able to do so.
It is 110 use to moralize over conditions,
I he oulv wa Is to i.ue them as promptlv
as possible when the arise. Weaie up
agiiusta vciy uuple.is.uit and meu.uing
situation. It must be met. I hese peo
ple must be gotten out of the country be
hue navigation does. I he (. hamber of
Commrue has outlined the jcilou It will
t iKe. I he government will be asked to
atloid transportation, and tills seems to be
the only pi.uticable solution of a bad case.
And the solution is repugnant to anv man
ol independent spiilt. Hut "spirit" does
uotdiun; in (.ises lIKe these. It is the
duly of the government to see that these
unlortuiiates, who are unable to leave the
(.ouutry by reason ol lack of means, be
given tree transportation out of the
couutrv. t-.Ultorlal in Nome Dally News,
July jS.
Lost Ladies silver chain purse, con
taing small change. Return to Sunipter
I imnsite company's ottice for reward.
Oulv the best ol Wines, Liquors, Ice
, Cold Brer and temperance drink at
Harnard's Halfway Mouse.
Pelton Water Motor
Is so superior to all others as regards strenth, durability and economy of
water, in fact all that constitutes a HIGH CLASS WATER MOTOR,
as to admit of no comparison, adapted to every variety of service and
made of sizes varying Irom the fraction of i up to too H. P. Recent
scientific tests made at the Michigan University in connection with sev
eral other motors claimed tn be the best on the market showed 45 per
cent hlRher efficiency in favor of tavor of the PELTON, while the rela
tive cost per H. P. to buy was only one-third to one-half that of others.
Water companies desiring to make the best of their water supply should
discriminate In favor of the PELTON. Deliveries made from New York
or San Francisco, as may alford the best freight rates. Circulars free.
One of these motors can be seen any time operating THK MINKH presses.
THE PELTON WATER WHEEL CO.
143 Liberty Street,
New Yoik.
125-129 Main St.
San Francisco, Calif.
Eureka Feed & Livery Company
J. L. SULLIVAN, Manager.
Horses Boarded by the day or Month. First
class turn-outs and saddle horses. Our spec
ialty is the quick and safe delivery of freight
and passengers to any and all points.
HAY AND GRAIN FOR SALEHK
THE
Sumpter Forwarding Co.
General Stortie, Commission and Forwarding.
Warehouse and office, S. V. Track.
SUMPTER, OREGON.