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About The Sumpter miner. (Sumpter, Or.) 1899-1905 | View Entire Issue (March 20, 1901)
THE SUMPTER MINER
Wednesday, March 20, 1901
TALK OF THE TOWN.
Dr. Pearce has been In town for several
Dr. Tape returned the latter part of
last week from W.irm Lake.
Jesse Hobson returned this forenoon
from a trip to Willamette valley points.
Keating Brothers are building a black
smith shop on Granite street west of the
'I here was no Hireling at the city conn
ell Saturday evening, a iiiiiniin not heiiiK
Joe Itrrd reached home today from
Warm Lake, ready for the spring
Attorney Kichards it-turned this fore
noon from Maker City, where he had been
for several days on legal business.
I he lesldents on North Columbia street
are petilieniut: the city council for an arc
light. This Is a part of town in which one
I11I111 Minto, of the United States Inter
nal levenue olfice at Portland, is hereto
day on business connected with govern
Contractor llouuer, who has been driv
ing the tunnel on the Diadem, is in town
today conferring with ieiirr.il Warren re
garding tills woik.
Mr. Smith, of Pittsburg, the head of the
syndicate that inrnlly bought the ( iol
uiiiil.i, ai lived in town yesterday and lelt
at miff lor tin mine.
A. C. I.lltle, of Hell, Little ,V Co., has '
been appointed byiioveinor Rogers, of
Washington, as a commissioner to the
Pan American exposition at Huffalo. i
In the case of I'. Uasche vs the C.ilfnr-'
ni 1 Mining company, involving the title to ,
.1 stamp mill, ulikh has been on trial in i
the Circuit court, the juiv tendered .1 ver
dict in lavor ol the pialnlMl.
.Mis. II. I:. Seward, who was killed at'
II011.111.1 l-'ikhy by a lalling tree, was
Inn led here Miml.iv. I heie being no '
priest here, lb only leliglous service
was the singing of a lew liviiuis. I
W. C. Calder it-turned Sund ly from '
Poltl.liid. Ilr did not go to California, as
was his intention when he lelt here, hav
ing reached Ills man over the long distance
telephone line at Itakrrslileld, and talked
the deal over by wite.
Harber l.avin had A. ( i. Davidson and
H. W. Htiffiun airesled for practicing the
tousoriil ait vvilliout a st.ite Ikense. At
torney Slielton delemled the toriner in a
juiy dial vesterdiy, nniiitling hisillent.
I he case against Mr. Ilutltim was
I:rnest Woiswkk.of Hellevue, Idaho,
arrived in Sumpter several d iys since,
and will reiuaiii heie a couple of weeks
visiting Ids sisters, Mrs. linuk and .Miss
I: iiiii 1 Worsw Ick. I lie I itler w ill return
home with him. Mr. Worswlck was en
rolling clerk of the Idaho senate at the re
cent session of the legislature.
Lawton Standard: One of the best and
brightest papers that comes to our ex
change table Is the SUMPTER MINER.
That paper is doing a noble work for the
upbuilding of the district and the develop
ment of its wonderful resources. If we
I had more SUMPTER MINERS and less of
' the gnfllng class of papers, the district
would be a more desirable place in which
to do business.
Demecrat: A deal was consummated
I In this city Monday evening whereby the
I Don Juan and Do Do No. 2 claims passed
into the hands of eastern capitalists
through their agent, li. D. Le Clair. The
property was purchased from State Sen
ator Smith and the Allen brothers. The
purchase price is not definitely known,
though It Is given out as something over
$10,000. The Don Juan Is a comparatively
old property, having been located In 1894
by J. II. Allen and J. (1. Kelly. It is lo
cated in the Robinsoiiville district.
Strout, assayer, 361 Dennett Ave., Crip
plr Creek, established in Colorado hi 1876,
gold (crucible assay), ;oc; gold and silver,
75c; gold, silver, copper, 51.50; forty years
The Capital Hotel Is again under the
management of Mrs. f leorge It. Tedrowe, 1
which fact guarantees the best of service I
to all patrons.
At the Club saloon, Diuiphy iV Gert-
ridge serve a line of goods equal to any 1
that money will buy. !
I hose who know the comforts of a good
hotel, always p.itronie I he Capital; Mrs.
( 1. H. Tedrowe, proprietor. ,
Prompt attention to orders for cut flow
ers and Moral pieces. City Green House
Maker City, Oregon.
Only the best brands ol liquor and
ilgars .it the Club saloon of Dunphy At I
The best Is always cheapest -buy Giant I
Something to depend upon Giant
Always reliable fiiint powder.
All the News
Of all the Pields
Of the Pacific Coast.
52.00 Per Year
51.25 P'or Six Months
75 Cts. -nr I hree Months
320 SANSOMI: SI".
SAN PR A NCI'S CO
Spring Styles Just In
Neill Mercantile Co.
Crockery, Glassware, Tobac
co, Cigars, Oranges, Candy
and Nuts. Everything carried
in a first-class grocery store
SUMPTER GROCERY COMPANY
ELLIS BLOCK, SUMPTER, OREGON.
Those Lilly White
Can be neatly gloved at our glove
counter, and the price will be less
than the worth. We have 200 pair
of gloves on our hands that should
be on yours.
Our Special Glove Sale
will make the desired change.
F ur"C Two Clavp K'l J dlove In .ill
A.MUSA. IMpul.tr SlinJrs, .mJ Hie
I est glne ue eer fminj M $i.j.
The Sale $1.00
P virc 1 Jh Willi KM. wlih
I AiVtUdA. lii.it I, nr While hutching,
Is Ihe Si. in l.lnJ. anj a kihiJ one.
The Sale $1.00
Ai-- : thteeC.hsp lancj Slitcli
l JvJI.1 A. ,.j, n (.olorN, EUU-vili'i-J
at gntU .it am $1 no Rime nil Hie market.
The Sile $1.50
nui:ci iL'M Two Clasp, UnJril
UKhbUltlN. KM, In iilack.llrown.Tan
MoJe .in J sliaJcs of KcJ. worth hall more
This Sale $1.00
Pii mcii Hoval. Three Clasp, Fanty
ALAI3I- Slllflilnjr. nil Colors. Is our
$i,T5 value, nnj Morlli a quarler more
The Sale $1.50
GM1VTI IITC IaJle' Online mM
AUlN I LI: I 3. ),MnK fiioves.Ox
lords anJ Drowns, Kesulir Ji.aj value
The Sale 75c.
All our gloves are guaranteed to give perfect satis
faction and may be returned if not satisfactory, when
fitted at the counter, not otherwise.
This is a glove opportunity we trust will be ap
preciated, as it is edging on to Easter Time.
TIIOS. MCLWKN. I'resUent anj General Manaeer T. O. IIAUKISON. Vlce-Prit.anJ Treas.
JAS. NKWLANDS. Secretaty
Sumpter Transportation Co
MOST COAPLETE LIVEKY 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
s IF YOU WANT THE NEWS READ
THE MINER $2.00 PER YEAR