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About The Sumpter miner. (Sumpter, Or.) 1899-1905 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 22, 1900)
THE SUMPTER MINER.
Wednesday, August 22, 1900
Spol.nne f.iir press huiletin: C.ipt.iin
C. II. Iliompson tins consented to see
lh.it the different camps of raster Oregon,
whereat present he K especially Inter
ested, are nil represented at the exposition
this ve.ir. In fait he sas the Oregon
TALK OF THE TOWN.
Mr. and Mr. J. H. Robhlns are at the
Concord mine tills ueek.
Nlclurd Ilintnn, of 'I he D.illei, is here
..l.lll..,. 1,1. I.....I.... I.. I... I I.
" R,ln "'" ' '"" icOiitilt will he far belter this ear than
I-. I. Cnnroy returned some days snce rVer Mute. He expects not onlv an
from Idaho, where he had been for seser.il J c.x,ibit rm every camp, but somethhiK
VVft-'ls. J from emy mine.
John f j.-igrn has succumbed to the pre-.
valine 'Ad and ImiiikIiI a doen Helnian Teachers Institute September 5, 6 and 7.
lures,. ill registered. I Superintendent I'rivett sends out this
Mr. Mush, of New Orleans, brother-in- ( ""lice: I hand you enclosed a program of
law of I'.ml I'oindexter, visited the i.irnp , tlle -(iid annual convention of the east-
a portion f last week. division, Ore",en State Teachers as-
Alforncy Richards returned today from lM,ci'"'""' l,hc heU, at H:,ler a" ?''
I.:. Grande, where he had been im bus!-, J0"' Vl'tunner 5, 6 and 7. .oo. Hie
i.ess before the United Stales laud oll.ee. ' '' county annual Institute will be held
., . ., . in connection with this association, and it
H.J.Uwyer w-as out to the Cmiirs ,, wJ ,,, HakM coun,y leacller,
mine Monday. He says that property . , . , . . r , ,.
contains the largest body of ore he lias
I. K. Pardee left yesterday for Mon
t.11111, cxpectiiiK to be Konr a couple of
weeks-. He will meet General Warren hi
Miss Mildted V.iupIi.h and Mrs. Alice
leading educators of the state will be
present and the Hues of instruction will be
such as to benefit every teacher in attend-.-like.
A special feature of tile association
will be the presentation of KMded rural
work each day by J. M. Greenwood, sup
erintendent of schools, Kansas Citv, Mis-
Head, temporary residents of Maker City, souri. 'I he school laws provide that any
were u'f.sts Mf. General Warren a teacher who sli, ill have closed his or her
portion of last week. ' school for not more than three days in
i;."1i'.' McDonald, minlnc expert for ordcr ' ',,,cni1 '"' '''""'l c,,lll,,v i,,st
Governor Mackintosh, of Uritish Cohim- tute shall not forfeit his or her wages as
lila, returned niond.iy from a several days te.uher iluriiiK Mich time as lie or she
visit to the Red Hoy mine. ' sImM Imv,: '',, '" 'Uend.inie at said
John W. I.arkins and R. S. Coe, of ,,,,,,i,,,,c
the Cougar mine, and Grant lliornburg The Llllle Giant Gold MmineC., Limited.
in 1 ii.iiiur, unite uuwii 1111s iiiiiriiuiK on
business and leltirued this afternoon.
'I he town has been full ol Indian women
(luring the past lew days, who came In
from the surrounding mountains, where
the bucks ate hunting, to buy provisions.
J. II. Brnwn and M. I:. Maine returned
Saturday from the Miimt river mining
district, where they had been prospecting
for a month. 'I hey are iniuli pleased
with the region.
I;. I:. Norval, of Abingdon, Illinois,
who has been reading 'Mil: MlNI.K for
some mouths past, arrived in Sumpter
this week with his family, and will go
into business here.
Owing to the lact that Nov Miller has
been too busy with other matters at l.a
iraude to come here and assume the
duties of cashier In the l:hst Mank of
All people who have claims against the
above company are requested to furnish
same to the undersigned as early as pos
CIIA.N. E. HAI.MIOiUH.
Metropolitan Hotel, Sumpter.
I w III luriiish private board to a few de-,
siring sin.li, at my residence on North i
' street, near Center. Mrs. C. h. Utick-1
Dr. I. I.. Ke.ivls, dentist ot I a Grande,
is In town after a four weeks outing in
the mines. He will do some work for
some of his I a ( iraude patients before re-1
When you travel the Moiirne road re
member Marnard has all the latest lemedies
Sumpter, Cashier New lands has not yet lr di's " le Huoat.
gone to I'ortlaud altei his family.
it 1 1... ik. ...i it 1 1... .-...
rli iln im. ' llr 1 "ill. mil , miiuiKiru uv ins
'I he unusual sight of a
Woodward on Mill street, Is fully a
: representation ol its name,
couviike you of this.
working on the stieets of Sumpter was
to be seen here today. I he membership
was limited to two offenders, one of
whom had enough chain attached In him
to keep an elephant tiom getting awav.
Waller l.ooney returned several d iys
slme Irom Seattle, where he went with a cry Store. Sumpter
i.irload of horses lor sale. He left here
more than a mouth ago, drove the horses I " I he Poitlaud", coudiuted
to Pendleton and tailing to dispose of Woodward 011 Mill street, i
them there, shipped to Seattle over the' representation of its name.
Northern I'.uilic. louvhwe you of this.
r visit will
Don't negle.t yourejes. Glasses and
spectacles properly titled to detective 1
sight. I-". C. Mrodle, Opera House Jew1
"Old age brings experience, and some kinds of
experience brings 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
furniture for hundreds of new liomes; 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 goods are priced on a cash basis and it will
pay you to give us a call.
Med Room Suits, $15.00
Med Room Suits, better ones, Eastern Hardwood, 17.00
Wall Paper, per double roll, (mpie utt), 15c to 1.00
Queen City Furniture Co. pattern &eppi
Phone Red 361.
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.
WAIT FOR OUR
OF THE CELEBRAT
ED MAKE OF KUH,
NATHEN & FISH
ER'S CLOTHING. j
IT WILL PAY YOU.
No Capital Necessary to Sell Our Teas,
Coffees and Sp'ces.
IN I.VI MYcll anj town In the Males ol Oregon
I anj W.ivliincinn nuislJe ol I'ortlanJ, LUIe or
yiunemen who haw moor ihiec limn per d In
ti'in-will tin J kflllni; our Ten, Coffcu nnj Splctl
pltMMnt utirk anj the) cm make Ml: mone lor
ihemelte. Write lor lull pailiculaii anJ catalogue
Great Eastern Tea Co.
)o Washington St., I'ortlanJ, Ore.
I fliCc.1 nistilluiturs ol ieas, CnfleetanJ Spices
on ilif Co il 101 store!. In successful operation.
W. II. CAW.-. I'lesUmt
T. (1. IIARHISON.VIce-l'res.anJTreas.
TIIOS. ,Wi.i:Wi:N. tniier.il .Mamger
Sumpter Transportation Co
MOST CONPl.rri: I IVl-KY HQUII'AU-NT
IN I:AS1IUN ORIGON. Tl:AMS AL
WAYS" Rl.ADY TO GO ,ti WHGRI:
Daily Staues to Canyon
City, Prairie City, Bourne,
Granite, Red Bov, Bonan
za and Golconda Aines.
Hauling Heavv Machinery
a Specialty. Freight For
warded to all Points in
To Be Conducted on the ill First-Class Restaurant
European Plan j in Connection
T. T. DANILSON, PROPRIETOR
Sample Rooms for Commercial Men. SUMPTER, OREGON