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About The Sumpter miner. (Sumpter, Or.) 1899-1905 | View Entire Issue (March 6, 1901)
Wednesday. March 6, 1901
THE SUMPTER MINER
TALK OF THE TOWN.
Postmaster I'rank J. Jewett returned
from linker City Monday.
Postmaster Jewett has filled the vacan
cy of money order clerk occasioned by
the resignation of John B Gorton, by the
employment of John M. Jones, who con
trols the local routes of the Oregonlan
laud Telegram. Mr. Gorton, who has
Mayor J. II. Nubbins has returned Irom creditably filled the postofiice position for
a trip to Pendleton and l.a Grande. over a year, goes to Payette, Idaho, to
General Traffic Manager Barton, of the , "l'"e :l "''"I' r'"ich
Sumpter Valley road, spent Saturday in ' Alderman II. B. Griffin returned home
Suiiipter. Monday morning from S'jcrameiitn, Cal.,
The cei.su just completed shows ! " Wf l "' !,""l,nl " 1,e erim)S
S.imptet's school population to lie 3S3, illm:ss "' l,ls ''""'""i-law, Stephen I
186 males .intl ty( ten. lies. . Cramlall. On his arrival in California (
,,.,.,. . ... .he found Mr. Cr.uidall somewhat Im-
J. I. Cradd ehaiigh passed through , , . 11,1,1
' . , , ,. I, proved and at once returned with htm
town yesterday on his way to the Go den ' . ... ... ... . .
.. , . , ,, ., , hire, where it is expected lie will lie bene-
Lagle mine, from Portland. ,.,, . . .. ,,., !llr nl, ., .,.
I'. O. iluchiium and C. II. I:enuer
have been in Porll.tnd tills week, con
summating an imporlaiit deal.
Mrs. Weathered, oneof the Rao-American
of this section.
Sunday evening Dr. Broch was called
to Bourne to consult with Dr. Grant, who
was attending W. II. Huston, a miner
exposition commissioners for Olefin, has elIipoyrj ;ll tle Nr,h i0e. When he
liren in town lor a couple 01 uay.s pasi. ;,rrjVed there lie found that the man was
V. I'. Gertridge lelt Monday for a diug, being allilcted with pneumonia,
business trip to Salmon City, Idaho, complicated with other diseases. Ueceas-
Mrs. Gertridge accompanied him as lar as rd came to this district last fall from Mon-
Baker City. tana. Ills brother arrived toJ.ty and will
Mrs. C. I.. Kteves left Monday alter- tak-the body back to the old home at
noon (or Medlord, Oregon, having been Mingo, Iowa.
suinmoiird thereon account of the serious
Illness of her sister.
Attorney Richards, who had been try
ing cases all week in the Circuit court at
Baker City, lelt last evening for Port
I. mil. Mr Is expected home tomorrow.
Miss Khhaidson, lotinetly In the mllllii-
Air Compressor and Drills for the Golconda.
Siiprrlntendent Jimmy Howe was down
from the (iolconda yesterday for a few
bouts. The new management at the
mine Is Installing air drills with which to
mote rapidly and practically do the de
velopment wotk. Thtee Ingersnll-Sear-
ety business hete, has relumed and will Kent chills ar.-now on the way and others
open with. 1 full slock ol spring goods in ww ,.,,1.,, sn(). lpre js M,icjnit
this line as soon as a location Is decided ,,wer at the (iolconda to operate dtills
"I'oii. (r a Uie Hilnes on Cracker creek.
A d nice will be given in 1:111s Opera
house this evening, under the manage
ment of the house, the music to be fur
nished hy thi'Siiiupieroiihrsira. Tickets
Private Table Board.
I I will furnish piivale board to a few
desiring such, at my residence on North
stteet, near Center. Mrs. C. I:. Duck
worth. I he Capital hotel, under the manage
ment of .Mrs. Tedrowe, serves special
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Best table board in
I.. I:. Kuvse, general manager of the
Wisconsin Gold Mines company, lelt yes
terday lor Pugrt Sound on business con
nected with the oigani.atiou ol .'iiiiitlu-r .Klv.mt.-inr 'f this,
mining company to upfi.it? .1 ptnprtly I t,Wn. Ttvlt.
Otto lleilocket, secretaty ol the ( ilpsy
King Gold Mines company, teturned to
day limn Baker City, where he li is been
attending to si.ine matters before the
(.limit rout t for the I list Bank
At the si hool election hrkl .Monday af- Prompt attention to orders for cut Mow
trtuooii, II, S. Dtitgan was elected clerk , ers and llor.il pieces. City Gireu House
nl the dislilil. to su.cred himself, and V. Baker City, Oregon.
It. Mead cliiecti't, to succeed A. J. Still
Mm. Utile hi 110 interest was taken in
the ele.tlon, as iinlv' about thitty votes
W. I: llatlholf, ol Looting Washing-
lo'i, aiilvnl heie yrstetdav to lemalii
with his biother. Ijugeue Biitholl, the
iiiliilng man. until the summer 11 ivigation Something to depend npnn-Glaut
, The large and commodious club rooms
1 of Duiiphy V Gettrldge are headquarters
' for mining and commercial men.
At the Club saloon, Duiiphy & Gert-
nl tidge serve a line of goods equal to any
that money will buy.
T. G. Harrison, agent for Giant Pow
The best Is always cheapest buy Giant
ee new neckwear at Nelll Mercantile
opens up in Alaskan waters, w hen he will powder
letum to UawMin, wliete lliev own mill
I lie in c- depattmeut boys turned out
vesletday altemoou v Ith hose and washed
oil Glanlle stteet lioin Mill to Ctacker,
much imptovlng the appearance ol that
thoiooghf ire. iMauy ice banks still re
main, however, to remove which giant
powder would be necessaty,
Mrll McGary fell from the Bonanza
bound Mace yesletdiv, when it was
about a mile and a hall out of to a 11. One
wheel tan over his hand, crushing the
bones and tearing open the tlesh. Dr.
Block dressed the injured member. He
teats tint the fotelinger will have to be
I". Wellington, lather of Mrs. Dr. 'I ape,
and Mis. P. I-. Bisk, sister of the Doctor,
atrlved Suiitl.iv Irom their home in De
troit, Michigan, and will remain several
davs. News of the Doctor's serious Ill
ness brought them out, but happily the
danger point lias been passed and he was
down town yesterday for the first time In
over two weeks.
See Nelll Mercantile Co. for your hats.
Use Giant powder, fuse and caps.
Crockery, Glassware, Tobac
co, Cigars, Oranges, Candy
and Nuts. Everything carried
in a first-class grocery store
SUMPTER GROCERY COMPANY
KLLIS BLOCK, SUMPTER, OREGON.
HOBSON MER. CO.
There an- m.inv. but nunc,
at Ihc price, like- (lie
We on show jou the new
things In slupllness anj ele
gante. Ask lit sec the
Empire Short Hip
Winter's Chilling Breezes
are not vr all Mown. There will be many mornings and evenings to remind
one of warm r ips, (If one don't have them). Let us suggest that you look
at Cape- and J ickeis we are offering at prices half the werth:
CU ri ""I" I'lusli (.'are. winches tone.
H yj H t.j ultii rir.i untlu AWrcerleJ
Sniien, roll ir anj Itonl tiimmeJ wlili lll.ick
C -.. Sill. I'lusli Cipe. n Indies lone.
V-V I'neJ lili Kooi mi lliv hurjli
Thllei, I urtiiinmeJIioniaiU 1nll.1t,
,, n Ml! Plush. c-Mf.i he ivy Satin
vl l.yl n,.J, Thll-el lilmmeJ, otlh
more 1I1.111 first prlie,
sj rr l'"suln Colluelte collar InlalJ
-1V' llli reil Astr.ifli.1n, a Umuiv at
the olJ pike, Ron lis .1 Kill al
TIIOs. McCWCN. PieslJent anJ Oeneral Manacer T. G. HARRISON. Vlce-Pret.anJ Treat.
JAS. NCWLANDS. Secretary
Sumpter Transportation Co
MOST COMPLHTH I.IV13RY 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 Heavv Machinery
a Specialty. Freight For
warded to all Points in
t IF YOU WANT THE NEWS READ
THE MINER $2,00 PER YEAR