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About The Sumpter miner. (Sumpter, Or.) 1899-1905 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 2, 1901)
THE SUMPTER MINER
Wednesday, January 2. 1901
TALK OF THE TOWN.
David Wilson Is hi Spokane this week.
Miss Hffie Yoiiiik, telegraph operator
nere, Is visiting friends in Seattle.
Paul Poliulexter h.is been in Maker City
(or a couple of days, working on a mining
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Jackson rrturned
Monday from Portland, wherr tliey had
firen (or a week or ten d.iys.
J. N. lisselstync, the Maker City min
ing engineer, camr up this morning on his
way to Granite.
Assayer Townseud, formerly with the
smelter here, has accepted a position with
'he II. ild Mountain.
if not, will return to Sumpter in two or
There Is reported to have been numer
ous relocations on the first of claims In
this district, on which assessment work
had not been done; some being jumped
and others located by the original owners.
Around the Ibex much of this kind of
woik Is said to have been done.
Mrs. Stanford, the brilll.int writer on
the Amerkan, over the pen name of
"Honor Bright," and under the leading,
" through l-emlnlne Eyes," left several
days since for Oakland, California, to
remain some weeks. Headers of that
paper will surely miss her radlently daz
zling literary gems.
Since yesterday morning the tempera
Dr. Dodson, ol Maker City, came up ture has moderated considerably. Snow
eslerday to attend Al Jones, who is
erlously III at Ills residence here.
M. I:. Maine left Sunday (or the Quart.
nurg district, where he will remain for
some weeks looking after mining Inter
Ms. (irorgeW. Welgand, the Mnurne nicr
haul, left List Pild.iy (or an extended
trip through Arlon.i, (or the benefit of his
I here Is a movement on loot to present
.1 drama here, with local talent hi the
.ast, nt an early day, for the benefit of' I le party who exchanged capes with
'e schools. ' Mrs. Mary Martholf, at the New Year's
W. D. Cushiu.iu lias secured control of eve '-all, can have her own by calling at
Mieltoatdot Trade saloon corner, in the Mrs. Matthnll's residence, in Mill ad-
has been falling for more than twenty
four hours past, and still Is. The ground
Is now coveted to a depth of about two
feet and there Is no longer any doubt in
the mind of the most skeptical that win
ter has arrived with booth feet.
Lessons In Luct.
Mrs. Marsh, next door to MINER office
will give practical histiuctlous in lace
work. Materials and hundreds of pat
terns to select (rom
Hc.ily building, which place he will here'
Mr. and Mrs. Owen Mahau went to
Haker City to send the holidays. The
tormer returned to the Ned Moy this week,
where lie Is the s'eward,
Roy Miller led lor La Grande yester
day, where he will remain for several
weeks, In charge ot the bank there, while
1'reslilent Schrlber Is absent.
I'he Capital Hotel is again under the
management of Mrs. George M. Tedrowe,
which fact guarantees the best of service
to all patrons.
Only the best brands of liquor!1 and
cigars at the Club saloon of Dunphy &
Hair rnlOiia fittr.rtin ntlan NIftlll
lenrgr Marretl, representative! ., i ,....
1. f. , -1. 1.. 1.0 '""' "M,,i
mm viiiiiii iiitiiuy, iMru IlllllllgllOllllip
ter today on his wav to Salem, wherr the
legislature meets in a lew daps.
Arrangements to open a modern foot
. ycleiinkln the opera house are being
made by Messrs. Newton ,v Stevens. The
new cycle, or cashion tvre skate, is to be
.ised, wherrbv no lugury to the floor will
W.'l. Ihatihet, manager ot the Mo
11.111.1, passed through town yesterday en '
uuilr to Maker City with the monthly
dean up ot that big producer, the amount j
if which Is mere guess work, so far as I
'he public Is concerned. )
lames Snvder, one ol the carpenters
employed on the Hc.ily building, received
fall wildcat work yesierd.iv. from which '
tie will be routined to the house with a
sprained ankle lor some time. He Is at-'
lended by Dr. Mrnck.
W. II. Mnsbv rrturned Mondiy Irom ,
i'ortl.uul and lelt luesdav for Nevada, j
accompanied by I". (). Mucknam. They
lll Investigate a proposition over there'
and if It proves satisfactory, will remain!
Mrware of, but ask for It Giant Powde
Scenic Line of the World,
l-'or an enjoyable trip east, take the
Denver Rio Grande railroad, Scenic
Line of the world. Three daily trains be
tween Denver, Colorado Springs, Pueblo
and all eastern points, and all points on
the Pacific coast. Most magnificent scen
ery on this continent. The leading fea
ture In connection with the trip is that the
through trains pass through the scenic
attractions of the liocky mountains In
Colorado by daylight, thus affording pas
sengers a cool, pleasant and enjoyable
ride, tree from dust and the annoyances
experienced via other lines. Superb din
ing car service on all through trains.
Service a la cute, pay for what you order.
1 hrough standard and tourist sleepers.
Stopovers allowed on all classes of tickets
anyw here between Ogden and Denver.
Call on your nearest ticket agent for
tickets, rates and all information, or ad
dress, CM NICHOI.,.
General Agent, Portland, Ore.
musk Courteous Treatment to All ..club.,
ham 'TfV booms
T II 1:
l:. L. SULLIVAN, Manager
Best Liquors & Cigars
kooms SUMPTER, OREGON bowling
RhSTAUUANT Citaiti Jt. ALLEY
Crockery, Glassware, Tobac
co, Cigars, Oranges, Candy
and Nuts. Everything carried
in a first-class grocery store
SUMPTER GROCERY COMPANY
ELLIS BLOCK, SUMPTER, OREGON.
Neill Mercantile Co.
A happy and
Neill Mercantile Co.
The New Olympia
E. E. HATJSER, Proprietor
Successor to Henry Finobr)
Newly refitted and Fine Oold (1884)
remodeled. . . . Hermitage Whis-
All the best brands i : key
of Liquors and Ci- Olympia Beer, bot-
gars handled. . . tie or draught. . .
Center Street, Opposite P. O. Sumpter
TIIOS. McEWUN. I'retldent n4 Central Manager T. G. HARRISON. Vlce-Prti.and Treat.
JAS. NEWIANDS. Secretary
Sumpter Transportation Co
MOST COAPLETE LIVERY EQUIPMENT
IN EASTERN OREGON. TEAMS AL
WAYS HEADY 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