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About The Sumpter miner. (Sumpter, Or.) 1899-1905 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 15, 1900)
THE SUMPTER MINER.
Wednesday, August i, 1900
TALK OF THE TOWN. s- " Bloomer, of the A. C. Shaw
' I .timber company, was called home to
., . , . Chah.ilis Monday, on account of the sick-
Attorneys Hammond and Chance have , ((f ,,, wfe As soon , he ca fe.
dissolved partnership. turn the sawmill here will be started tip
Mrs. Kerr mid dangler l:ay, of Hotirne, wtt ;l full force of men.
were In (own yeskrd.iy. . . M,l..rd. ..... of .... Slimnter
Miss l.utir r.-irnsunrth, of Meppner, Is j smelter, Assnyer Townsemi of the same
AH. ana Mrs. W. I:. ; institution, and A. L. McEwen, the min-
here, the I'uesl ol
Miss Klchardson will close her millinery
'store during her absence, to purchase fall
and winter slnclt.
Mrs. I. I). Mealy has sufficiently re
covered from her outliiK accident to be
a Die to get Out .'iKaiu.
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. H. Smith retunxd
yesterday ,fr'om a visit with friends at
W lilsburK, Washington.
Iiir eiiRineer, left yesterday mnrnine for
an extended trip through the district
tributary to Prairie City.
P. J. (jonroy is over in Idaho. The
Hnlse Statesman publishes an interview
with him on the Sumpter district. Of
course, he couldn't overlook this oppor
Utility to make a bear talk. Mr. Corrov
Is a buyer and, naturally, a bear.
Messrs. HellliiRrr, Cupid, Snyde and
W. II. Cadereturiied from Maker City , MHel returned several days since from
yesterday ttitl? hi wile, whom he went to 1 the Hot Springs, well pleased with the
meet She Is from S.m Pr.mcKn. John I Jay country and especially With the
It. J. Watson, the veteran newspaper I sr,"KS- Mr BI"K, frieds wl be
jmn, and now tin exte i)slve claim owner i l'le;,scd " lc:,r" ,hal he ls n,uch iproved.
In the Cracker creek distiLt, was down1
esterday on business.
There was a severe hail
the 'lolcouda Monday
KfiHind having been covered to a depth of ,
storm out near
Through the Yellowstone.
The new route via the Oregon Short
Line Pailro.id and Mouida, Mont., enables
, you to make a delightful trip through the
'three Indies In half an hour. I Yellowstone National Park, entering via
lid l-ngllsh, a miner of long experience, rt,n,,,u'1 "u '""" oul v,a "'
who has operated In Idaho and Nevada, I '"'li"K It umiccewary to cover any per-
arrived In Sumpter some diys since, and j '" "' '" ro,,',e lvvi"' l-or beautiful
has taken a position with the Mammoth. J d'xriptlve booklet, wrhe or call at Ore-
.. ... . . ,. ,, .. ... gnu Short L ne I icket Oflice, 142 Third
I. .1. Sen er , of The Dalles, with one ,. . ,. r,-..
.. 1 . . , 1 .. 11 ' streel, rottland, Oregon,
or two others interested hi the (jnlden
Eagle mine, arrived here this week and !
are on a trip of Inspection to their property water Notice.
now I he lawn sprinkling hours are from 6
John II. Cradlebaugh, the well-known to o'clock p. m. Consumers are res
newspaper, m tg man and orator. N In tricted to their own grounds, and will not
a Portland hospital undergoing a surgical ' be permitted to sprinkle the public streets,
operation, from which It Is hoped he will Knnuiug water through an open hose at
soon recover. I '"'V 0,nrr '"nir ,'1'"1 those mentioned,
,, , ., ," 1 . 1. . , cannot be allowed. The water will be
H. I., linn iinu i.iiiniy leiiuiini miiiic
days since from the Hot Springs, over
Prakle City way, where they camped for
a month. They report many campers
there, but few guests hi the hotel. I shack For S1'
Henry Hewitt Jr., of T.tcoma, one of It Is conveniently located, well built and
the lumber kings 011 Puget Sound, writes ' comtortably furnished. Terms reasonable.
Seymour Hell that he will be in this camp 1 l:mtilre at this office,
next week, to look niter his interests in I
1 "shut off" whenever these rules are vlo'
l.lted. SU.U'TI:I WATI-H CO.
TIMIII.R UNI). At.r JUNK 1. tSi. NOTICE
1 it punucArioN.
I UnltcJ State and Oince.
I Ij (it.inje, OirKim, Auu, , l.
Notice (1 hriel'V glu-n Hint In cumrllincr with the
pimMn ol the act nl Ciingiest it June , 1818,
entitled "An MCI lr the vilr nt timber lands In I lit
Mate nl California, Oregon, Netada, and Waiting.
the Similiter Development company.
Letters received here from Major Man
ning dated nt Presiolt, state that the
Chinese of Los Angeles would not enlist
to tight the Posers and he is now engaged
in business In the Atioua capital and do
ing wen. tun Triillorv." as extended M nil the I'uMIC Lind
Panuer.s from the ( '.rande Konde valley i s'"" v "" "' A,":u,, 4l x"'
ate coming In daily with wagon loads of ' ,HW,N "'""''
vegetables and (arm produce, hauling in lSui
the stuff from lifty to one hundred miles, t.?u. ir the putchave nt the', ne i.. ec s4
, ' nw i-4 l srctlun Nil 11 in tmtnvtilp No iu ,
because freight tales on the r.ilho.ids ate range KunliWM, .mj win otter pmnt m show
I, ... that the land viughl l mole valuable lot Its timber
pronilMltve. , r (,nr Hull tor mrilfullural ruipor. anj to rui.
.U l.'IIU I 1 1. 1 !... VV. iii.l n-tnrnr.! iiviiiiCMimiii.iMnjpii!nr KfRivrranj k-
A. . hills tllld ll.ltle OOJ ieiumeilirlrr Cl( ,tl(v MIC, u (imnJr. Dn-Kon, on
last evening (torn Paid lake, with some
trout. They lepotl that the Like is full
ol tish, but they ate uuitsu.illy wle, and
It takes a very smooth urn game to get
one of them to swallow.
IIiuivJiv, lh i)lli Jw nt (l.lolfr. iv.
II mnin a llni- Anrll OmiIi, Waller
(.iKik. V. M. Mni, l.nl J Mclux, all ut .WcCkcii.
An nj all vron clalmlni; ajvntrlv Itit- aKitr
lft(tllvj lanjs .in- rriortiJ to tile thvlr (lalmt In
this nllKr 1111 or N-lmr val.1 Mh Jav nt October,
i. i:. W. lUkllltt, Hru'liter.
"Old age brings experience, and some kinds of
experience btiugs old age.
JUST MARRIED FOLKS
Some others, too, no doubt, will need furniture
lor their new homes. We are ready to serve
them. We have already supplied satisfactory
furnitute for hundreds of new homes! we can do
as well tor hundreds more. Our stock allows
easy selection at all times. There 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.
Bed Poom Suits, $15.00
Ped Poo m Suits, better ones, Eastern Hardwood, 17.00
Wall Paper, per double roll, (nmri tr.c), 15c to 1.00
Queen City Furniture Co. Patterson &EPPinKcr
PI one Red )6i. 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 OP TELESCOPES
AND GRIPS j j j
Neill Mercantile Co.
SOLE AGENTS POR
No Capital Neccuary to Sell Our Tea,
Coffees and Sp'ccs. "
I N nVTRY city anj town In the Halts of Oregon
and Wathlnglon oulilje ol Portland, Ladles or
oun men who have two or three hours per day to
spare will find selllne our Tin, Cofftta and SplOM
rlrasanl work and iney can make Me money lor
themselves. Write lor lull particulars and catalogue
Great Eastern Tea Co.
06 Washington St.. Portland, Ore.
largest Distributors of Teas. Coffees and Spices
on the Coast. 100 stores In successful operation.
W. II, CAM:, President
T. U. HARRISON. Vlce-Pres. and Treas.
TIIOS. McEWEN, General Manager
Sumpter Transportation Co
most conplote livery equipment
in Eastern Oregon, teams al
ways READY TO GO ANYWHERE
Daily Stages to Canyon
City, Prairie City, Bourne,
Granite, Red Boy, Bonan
za and Golconda Mines,
Hauling Heavv Machinery
a Specialty. Freight For
warded to all Points in
To Be Conducted on the
T. T. DANILSON, PROPRIETOR
Sample Rooms for Commercial Men. SUMPTER, OREGON