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About The Sumpter miner. (Sumpter, Or.) 1899-1905 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 23, 1901)
THE SUMPTER MINER
Wednesday, Januaiy 23. 1901
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SIJIISI kll'IION PAHS
AIVAS IN AIIVAM I.
I n.erej .1 tli, ...siuMcr In Sum, ., Oregon. I..r
transmission llimugh Hip nulls js stcmij class
OVI U in Washington the boomers are
rtidea voting to work up a c.iplt.il rrmov.il
sihriiir, a couplr of low lis filtering ltrs
.iih) c.ipllol buildings.
IJIMOCUArs.it S licit) ill 1 :i Ik us lie
ddrdtouile for Willi 1111 Sinilli, of this
(Utility, lor United States srntlnr. I Ills
Is .1 imiipllMiriit to n wind 111 in .Mid .1 guild , ey , d wm, ,, ,0WI)(aliy way? pew
(leiimcr.it. f ,.n uve ilMy interests here; only one
AND mm the press dispiUirs report " otiRlit to Interfere with our affairs,
th.it Mrs Niilimi. the K.n.sas Sl,,,.iiid I III-MlNfcM believes Hut none of the
wreiUrrrrlormrr, has rrtiimrd in Wichita i"'"s "lsl '-or h:'ve aulhorlttd the
and, wilh the assistance ol three other re-, American to voice any complaint for
funnels, (.leaned out two more saloons hem.
Ihrre, smashing every thing In sight. 1 1 American editor can spring more
I his is in revenge lor her reienl arrest, hinds of fool generalities, use more silly
Mills the woman, the ilirlMl.111 or the words and convey fewer Ideas than any
iriiipri.nitf depirlme.il nl the re it n,,' ,,V,,,K ,n,,, w,th theslnKle excep
Union? 1 "'n of the obese national disgrace, Grover
Mil total amount of dividends paid by 1
Jiocoiiipmlfs allied Willi the mineral in
ilustilrs ol the United Stales in luoo was
f 1)0.1; $4, 000. I his I irge disburseiiicut ,
places mining among the most ptnlitahle
ol the inuiitrv'. hulllstlies. I lie metal
mines paid S$ i,o.',ooo, or ju.j per (rut of
the total ;u nl the lmlnsiil.il lompinies I
f70,4jij,ooo, or 60.7 prr cent. Among the
leading piyers were the copprr companies. I
I he gold and silver mines paid i ),o7,- i
Nl WSI'AI'I KS, grnerallv, now mushier I
It the proper thing to 10.1st West Point
1 adds. Die lieid line editoiiil writer in
the I'oitlaud telegram designated one
young lelln', w ho gave his testimony in I
.1 p.uliuil illy maiilv manner and declined I
to be bulldoed by the cougiessioual dem- j
ngogues into confessing himself a cilml-'
ual, as a "puppy." And sllll the fact re-!
mains Hi it the mllllaiy academy turns out
the best army ollueis, the most admirable
geullemen and the "liuest fellows" to be
found on the globe.
MONDAY evening a leptibli.an sena
torial caucus was held at the Capitol In
Salem, attended by i members of the leg
islature. I he only .utliin taken was the I
udoptlou ol a resolution setting forth lh.it
this was a caucus of a majority of the re
publkaii members; that it Is tic duty of 1
republicans In meet in 1. incus and settle
theli dillereiues among themselves, and '
inviting the minority of tepuPlUau mem
bers to come in and parlliipate with the!
majoilty thlseeiilug. Nothing was dour 1
to ludl.alr the position ol the i.uuus as to
it choke lor senator. Anil i.iiuus repub
licans hrld a Hireling Mnudty evening In
thenllueof President Pulton, ol the sen
:itr. I line were eighteen members pres
ent. I he piiKcedlugs ale being kept
Wild It not (01 its nutating Impiidriue,
the editoiiil 111 the last issue ol the Hlur
Mountain Ainrikan, advising, jollying
and siokllng .Mayor Robblns, It would br
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riltlrrly iMif lllmis, til the pollll Ol MllkV.
I he pilblk Is aware Ot the t.ltt tlllt the
editor Of that jlUltnallstk lir.lk Is rrpillrd
to br color blind, and the follow log will
(lemonstrale that he is also mentally blind: , '
" I he men who are developing this sec-
tion are, in general, lepubllcans, sound
money administration men, whose main .
regret is mat ine iimriiMisiiutiru ucinu-1
ci. its are still In possession of Baker
county. t is these men who
I are redeeming the country from its prlmi-
' tlip nrwUllnntt. Of j-nnrcp the-re ire cnmr
of Sumnter. I Pf0P,e of HWent political faith who con
' , tribute thrlr mite In the prorer way, but
they are decidedly In the minority here at
I present. Yet when It comes to voting they
outnumber the 'people who do things'
I five to one. Now, Mr. Robblns was
circled mayor of Sumpter to conserve the
brst interests of the town, not only for
the imrnedl.ite present, but to pi in wisely
and well for its comniercl.il and Industrial
future as well. While the experienced
' """W "lf W" a'e making the tOWI.
possible .'IS a Comillfrcl.il point, do llOt at
' present control the majority of votes cast,
j we believe Mr. Robblns will be disposed
i0 ,tn them and their every interest
, f.ilrly and justly."
Whit in the n.ime of common sense
h is M.iyor Kobbius' admiulstrition to do
with "sound" money? What do these
republic. 111 miners want of this municipal
government? How can Mayor Robblns
trc.it them fairly or justly? What have
Capital Stock f 20,000
J. II. RoM-lns I'reslJenl
J. W. Scilter Vlce-l'reslJent
It. II. Miller Cashier
I. W. Soller R. II. Miller
Uatk Sn Je J. II. RobMns
TriiiiMictK 11 (icneriil Dunking and
1RANK J. DAVEY
Control Work .1 Specialty
20IB CENTER ST.
BAKER CITY, OREGON
I. O. R. M.
n(iN 1KIIII N. .. Iiipinej Orati KeJ Men,,
mrt In nculii .ouiicll .11 I () It M Hi 1 ntttieitti '
Kun.llilitleili llnaih nlrtrlv TmJj Mclilol rich
immn All ItrJ U n lstllni? our hunting i:founJs '
airuiKome V It Ml Ml,
A. J I (. C ol It Sachem.
1111 tlM II sTKOl r & SON
CI Hinnell Ae Ctlrple Clerk. Colo
I ktal-llslieJ In ColotaJn In 1M6
M.ll,11n'!11l nln,".' A,"-"'". ChemKis. SlanJarJ ,
VL jit L llaitunil Attunll.in L.in itiln llala Unlk
Wait riattkr.Gnl.i (iuclblaa). V KolJ. ll-
p A K STARR,
center, or HighSt,
Physician and Surgeon
SUMI'ttH GENERAL MOSI'ITAL
Telephone Main ij.
SUMPTER DEVELOPMENT CO.
Owners of all the choice acreage sur
rounding Sumpter. Inside residence lots
on easy terms. Apply to
SEYMOUR H. BELL, Manager.
f, A. CLEM & CO.
Preputial Ettmlnid mi Rtportid en, Mimbir Port
land Mining Stock Eichsnt
146 THIRD ST. PORTLAND, ORE.
CHAS. H. CHANCE
ATTORNFY AT LAW
Rooms 2 and
3, First Bank of Sumpter
L T. BROCK, M. D.,
Physician and Surgeon.
Sumpter. Ore Ron.
Special Attention filven tn Surgery and lo DIs.
easei nl Women. Office, Nclll Mock; ReslJence,
Granite Street ne Mill
Civil and Mining Engineers.
U. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyors for Oregon, Wash
ington, I Jaho an J Monism. Inglneeri for the
Sumpter Townslte Company, LlmlteJ.
Un4trriin4 and Patint Surti.
H. T. HENDRYX & CO.,
Mines Bought, Sold and Developed.
Bargains In Sumpter District
W. A. SAMMS,
iiakir citv, : ounaos
Reliable plant, specifications anj estimate! furnished
U. S. Deputy Mineral Surveor for Oregon and
uano. Liaminationi anj reports on mining proper
llAkiH City and Sui"tlr. Orcoon.
City RecorJer anj Notary Publli
Agent for l" rlclJc I Ire I'xllngulsher. Sumpter
STOIT st SHELTON,
Attorneys at Law
sa. R. slOTT
J. I-. SHI ITOS
Mining anj Conulllng Engineer
Mining Properties I'wrolneJ, ReporleJ
On anj lor Sale.
E. T. FREEMAN
, All Kinds of Work Done at Reasonable
rirst Bank ol
Sumpter Mull I.
. . Sumpter . .
GENERAL DEALERS IN
Shelf and Heavy
and Steel Pipe
" HERCULES "
Fuse and Caps
E. P. Bergman &
Mill Street, Wood's Building.
LINES OF THE
Sumpter Transportation Co.
CARRYING U S. MAILS.
11 )o p. m. j Lv
I 10 p. m. I Ar
1 40 p, m. I Lv
t o p m. I Ar
, Sumpier Ar
10 a a. m
800 a. m
7. o a. m.
Connecting at Austin mIiIi stages for Canon City
anj Interior points.
I 40 p. m.
I I v.. CI I If or J
I Ar ..ltonan1.
.Ar I 7 o a. m.
Lv 6 io a. m.
Connecting at Uonanza with stages for Pyx,
Kohlnsonllle, Wotle), Virginia, Don Juan anj
u jo p. m. Lv. ... Sumpter Ar I 10.00 a. ra.
4'o p. m Ar Granite. . . Lv 700 a. m.
Livery at Granite lo North Fork, ReJ Boy, Ban
aette anj aJacent mines.
11 o p. m. Lv Sumpter Ar o )o a. m
joop. m. Ar Bourne Lv 8.00 a. m
y n. m Ar Columbia Lv ni, a
IncluJIng North Pole, E.1E, Climax, Ohloani aJ-