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About The Sumpter miner. (Sumpter, Or.) 1899-1905 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 27, 1901)
THE SUMPTER MINER
Wednesday, Februaty 27, 1901
TALK OF THE TOWN.
J. G. McGulgan, of the Alamo mine,
came In Sunday on his way to Spokane,
where he expects to remain for about ten
days, fie says eacli day makes the
property a better one and he enthusiast!'
cally claims that they will have the great'
Captain C. II. Thompson is In town
W. C. Calder went to Maker City tills
a"er"00M' est mine in the 'Alamo district within this
J. I). Goss has returned from a trip to yC,)r,
Canyon City and Humes. j w c Cader n(j To c Gray( of
J. G. Connell Is In Haker City this i,e Sumpter Townslte company, hand
wetk, serving as Circuit court juror. somely entertained a party of twenty gen-
Mr. and Mrs. Mlnot Austin went to tlemen friends at their elegantly appointed '
Haker Cily Moud.iy to attend the opera.
Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Klchards were in
Haker City Monday. They went down
to attend the opera.
Dr. Knick was called nut to the Hlack
Hird mine today to attend Mrs. Walker,
who has the pneumonia.
Mellaril Cue, one nl Sumpler's active
ruiniiiK operators, returned yesterday iiff
ter an absence of several mouths.
M. II. Alleuaud family returned Aon-
offices Sunday evening. The guest of the j
evening was Professor Ned Parker, who
is better known as "Pen" Parker all over
the United States, where he has publicly
amused and entertained large audiences
in Ills "specialties."
Women of Woodcraft, auxiliary branch
of Nugget Camp 40H, W. of W., an
untune that they will give a dance in
Mealy hall on the night of March 6. The
object of the entertainment is to raise
funds to purchase regalia for their lodge
day from The Dalles, where lliey ent ( ;,md music and refreshments will help to
several weeks ago to visit relatives
Miss Amy Haines, of Haker City, came
up last Priday and was a guest of Mrs.
A. W. 1:111s until Sunday, when she re
pass a pleasant evening. The dance
should be well attended.
Anthony Molir, of the Huffalo Gold
Mining compiny, returned Sunday from
Milwaukee, where he lias Interested capl-
I lie Misses Parnswortli, of lleppner, t;l f tli.it city In mining ventures In this
were guests of Mis. W. I:. Knhlci .1 por- district. On his arrival here he received
tiou of last week. 'I hey were nccompau- I t1e telegraphic intelligence that his family
led here by their father. 1 ,,K W burned out ol house and home
Alderman II. H. Grillin left ycsterdiy the night before, demanding his immedl
for Sacremento, California, having been ate piesence. As soon as some important
called there by the serious Illness of his matters are attended to here Mr. Mohr
brolherln-law. ' will returned to Milwaukee.
a raiuuer iroiu .101111 u.iy v.iuey was
srlllug a w.igou load of excellent home 1
raised apples 1111 the streets
yesterday, hauled lietr lifly miles.
Dr. Pearce, now of Haker Cltv, came
up Sunday to assist Dr. Anderson in per
forming .111 operation on the hand of Dr.
I ape, who is yet dangerously allllcled
with blond poisoning.
lustier l-VIK verv properly lined Pred
Mrssiuau, .1 teamster, ten dollars and
costs this morning, (or tinmen ifully beat-'
lug one ol his horses with a stick of cord
wood tivr Inches in diameter.
l-'rauh II. I'liomes, a former resident of
Sumpter, returned Moml ly afternoon on
a business trip counrclrd with the smelter
business. Something ol interest In con
nection with the plant may soon develop. '
Dan V eager, managing owner of the
Red Koilt mine, at ( iold Center, was in
town Monday on business. He reports
their strain plant, recently Installed, as In
perfect operation since the middle ol last 1
H. I.. MiL.iin, the mill wrlght, has tin-1
Ished his work at the Kald Mountain '
pi int. Ilr s.ivs he is working on tile
plans fni another mill, to be erected in the
ueai Inline, but wouldn't tell I III MINI R
.1 thing about the piopositiou.
Mr. Klllen, pailurr of I:. P. Warner,
letuiiied a lew das slmr tiom an e
teiidld tiip tlunugh the eastern stales,
luoiuoliim .111 eastern Oregon milling
dral. It is leported that Ills efforts were
lew aided with giatifylng success.
I-. .1. I I.1I111, supriiiiteudeiit ot the Inter
Mountain mine, iaiiir in v-strrday, bring
ing with him a iiiautitv ol rlih orr sam
ples liom that property. He teports the
snow rapidly melting, the weather in the
( iteenhotns being verv similar to that
line at Hie ptesmt time,
Kov Miller relumed home yesterday
tiom l.a (Jt.tude, where he has been in
charge of Oie hank there, while Cashier
Velh.-r was at Silent attending a family
reunion, the oa.islon feiug the littlelh an
nlvers.iiy of his father's and mother's
marriage, the giaudpareuts ol Ar. Miller.
M.iishil Riiul taided (lie Chinese qn.tr
teis .1 lnv nights situ e, made lour arrests
and i.tpttiied lour opium layouts, Re
order Manning lined tin prisoners some
money, but it is next to Impossible to
know when a Chinaman Is "tapped," s(i
it is no sure tiling tint he got all they had
I hose wlio know I lie comforts of a good
hotel, always patronize The Capital; Mrs.
( i. It. 1'edrowe, proprietor.
Only the best brands of liquor? and
iigars.it the Club saloon of Diiuphy tS:
Al the Clubsiloon, Dunpltv .V Gert
ridge serve .1 Hue of goods equal to any
that money will buy.
to depend upon Giant
Use Giant powder, fuse and caps.
Capital Stock $20,000
J. II. Hobblns..
.1. W. Sotlber..
R. II. .Milter .
.1. W. Srtlber
Trail-nets a (Jciii'iiil Hanking niul
B. L. McLAIN
rUlCTION OP QUARTZ
MIILS A SPLUALTY
Crockery, Glassware, Tobac
co, Cigars, Oranges, Candy
and Nuts. Everything carried
in a first-class grocery store
SUMPTER GROCERY COMPANY
ELLIS RLOCK, SUMPTER, OREGON.
HOBSON MER. CO.
Then1 .we imnv. but none,
nl tin- I'tiCl-. like the
We ran slum ou the new
thlncs In sli iplhu'ss .11U ele
K.miis Ak 10 w Ihe
Empire Short Hip
Winter's Chilling Breezes
are not yet all blown. There will be many mornings and evenings to remind
one of warm wraps, tif one don't have them). Let us suggest that you look
at Capes and Jackets we are offering at prices half the werth:
itO p.-. Silk Plui.ii Cape, in Indies lone,
H.).U ,.j ultliextr.iiiuilltvMerCrrle4
Satilen, riill.tr .mj tmnl lilmnieJ mIUi HI.icU
C -.-. Silk I'lusli Cipe. )n Indies liing,
-V' UneJ Willi kikiJ nuilltt Surah
Thibet, I urtilinineJIiimunJ collar.
1 tt J,i" I'ltish. extra lietvy Satin
I'S" UneJ, Thibet tilmmeJ. orlh
more than hrt prle.
t" -p. I'osMim Collarette collar IntalJ
-S" lih 1e.1l Astr.-1rl1.111, .1 beaulv at
the nlJ pilre, nn lis a gilt .it
1IIOS Mci:Vi:.N, Present ani General ManaKer T. (1. HARRISON. Vlce-l're.nJ Tref.
JAS. Ni:WI.ASDS. Senelary
Sumpter Transportation Co
MOST COMI'LUTK 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 Heavy Machinery
a Specialty. Freight For
warded to all Points in
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