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About The Sumpter miner. (Sumpter, Or.) 1899-1905 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 3, 1900)
THE SUMPTER MINER.
Wednesday, October ?. 1900
TALK OF THE TOWN.
Mrs. V. I.. Vinson was in town voter-
d.iy, visiting Mrs. C. N. Richards. ;
Assayer Jury Is at Drs. I ape Peaue's
hospital, with an .itt.uk of typhoid lever.
I:. Smderviii mltli left yesterday tor)
Portland on business umueLted with tile;
Miss Emma WorswlcL spent several'
days (his Meek visiting Mrs. D.nUson at!
the It. ill Mountain mine.
AUs. M.irrisiiu is organiuig a women's
club here, nil til' usual "lines, with read-j
lugs, essays and lr.is.is the attrai tlnns.
Eugene Sperrv was in town Saturday '
and Suudiy tailing mi Ins trlends and die
nig hiiluess with his partner, I:. Sander 1
sou Smith. J
W. II. W., Hamilton, .in.omp.mied by
his wile, lett Mnnd iy lor .1 ten d iys bus
iness trip to I'urtl.iiid and other I'.utlic i
coast point. 1
.1. K. Pardee his gone H his home In
Philhpshurg, Montana, his health utterly
vcreclu'd, md will prob inly rein.Ui there
W. K. fl.iwley lelt Mondiv lor valley
points to contrail lor several carlo-ids of
potatoes, apples and other provisions (or
(J. I:. Allen, of Salem, arrived several
days since and will spend the winter here. ,
He lias considerable property in buinpter
and is (mi hi k; more.
I.. O. Shetland started Monday for
Chicago, Huston and other eastern points
with several mining prnposilions whkh
he experts to place there.
A reirnt uopy ol the Rnssland Miner
stales that loitiliray is suing Governor
Mackintosh for his salary while action as
Mis representative in Suinpter.
Mrs. J. W. Call, Aife of the account' i
ant at the Suinpter Lumber company, has
gone to Albany, Oregon, for at least a
poition ol the coming winter.
'I lie Hobson Mercantile company es
pects to move into the nrwbrkk store
room, on the site occupied before the fire,
by the tilteeuth of this mouth.
Arthur PhllhriiUis doing some eten-
sive wink at the It ill Mountain mine, pre- j
paratory to the election of the new mill,
and also in the underground workings. ;
Hansen & Williams, business men ol
Ronnie, passed through town toda,the
former on his way to (iulhip, New Mex
ico, and the latter to Portland. Mr. Han-
sen will be absent a mouth or more. I
I:. I:. Cleaver wis in town last even- j
lug, en route to I'raitie City. He drove
In from It iker City. He says the actual J
truth ol the matter is that two or three
railro ids air racing to see whUh can get
to I'rairle City lust.
A. C. I ittle, tish commissioner of the
slate ol Washington, who is l.ugely in
terested In Suinpter property, was In town
several davs last week. He managed
Governor Rogers' campaign for renomi-
i.j I Ion and lauded him a winner.
John I. eland lelt several days since for
Salt Lake. He expects to operate along
the line of the Clark ro id from Los An
geles to Salt Lake, a country with which
he is already familiar. Mr. Leland knows
his business as a mining man from top to
Superintendent Laiighllii of the smelter
has gone to St. Louis on business per
taining to that institution. It is hoped
that he will soon return, straighten out at
this end ol the line, assume entire clnrge
nl the plant and there will be no doubt of
H. S. MiC. ilium has leased the cottage '
of J. W. Call 011 Mill street for the win-!
ter, where himself and wife will reside j
He has also tilted up offices in the (Joss,
bank building, wheie the business of both
the Hald Mountain and the Mammoth '
mines will be muduited. i
Mrs. R. H. Lloyd, music teacher of fif- i
teen years eperlence, Is now prepared to
give instruction on the piano and organ.
Apply at her home on North Mill street.
Capital Stock f 20,000
Ol IK IKS.
J. II. Knl-hlnt PmlJcnt
J. W. Scilhrr Vicr-I'mMrnt
Jam Nrlnj Collier
J. W. Salf-r R. II. Miller
J. V. .MmJ
UJikS.nJ J. II. HubMnt
Transacts .1 General Ranking and Ex
N Inl irt I'jiIJ 011 lrMsll.
B. L. McLAIN
I MICTION Ol QUAKU
SUMI'I'liK . Oll:(.ON
" ' gi;y
"Old age biings experience, and some Muds of
evpeiieiKe brings old age.
JUST MARRIED FOLKS
Some others, ton, no doubt, will need furniture
lor their new homes. We ate ready to serve
them. We have alre.ulv supplied satisfactory
furniture lor hundreds of new homes; we can do
as well tor hundreds mote. Our stock allows
easv seleitlon at all times. There is always
plenty here tor every room In the house. All
our goods arc prUed on a cash basis and it will
pay you to gls e lis a call.
Ned Room Suits, f 1 5.00
Hod Room Suits, better ones, Eastern Hardwood, 17.00
Wall I'aper, per double roll, ijmiet on-), 15c to 1.00
Queen City Furniture Co. patter,, & 1,
Phone Red tfii.
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.
Has arrived in all kinds and
prices. Suits from 8.00 to
25.00. Call and see. NEILL
Sumpter, Oregon. Only one
W. II, CML I'roMrnt T. fi. HARRISON, Vlce-Pres. inJTrrM.
TIIOS. AtcEWEN. Centml Aliiucer
Sumpter Transportation Co
most complete 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 Heavy Machinery
a Specialty. Freight For
warded to all Points in
We Carry the Finest such as
Johnston & Murphy's, Hanan
We also carry the largest .stock of
Sporting and Mining Shoes in Eastern
Oregon. Mail orders carefully filled.
Berry Shoe Company
"Up-to-Date" Footwear $0 Baker City, Oregon