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About The Sumpter miner. (Sumpter, Or.) 1899-1905 | View Entire Issue (June 26, 1901)
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THE SUMPTER MINER
Wednesday, June 26. 1901
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TALK OF THE TOWN
" Sccrotnry Joo llecl returned from
Itakor City 1 114 afternoon.
J. I). Ciokh returned nevern! days wince
from 11 trip ennt, hh fur hh Ilnffnlo.
Mm. W. II. II. Smith left Snturday for
n vlnit with her parentH at WultHburti,
Ktlitor Hull, of the Lnwton Standard,
returned front llaker City MiIh morning,
on IiIh way homo.
A. C. Lyttle, of Tacoma, Hient Hovoral
dayn with IiIh family here thitt week,
leaving for thu north yeoterday.
Mrn. Lillian Miller, Mm. Eukuiiu
Smith and little daughter, of Portland,
are uueHtn of Dr. and MrH. Itroek, at
their home on Granite wtrect.
Mayor It. Miller, of Whitney, mado a
hurried trip down Saturday afternoon to
meet IiIh daughter, who came from
JSoIho City to Hiend her vacation with
MrM, 0, Y. I'oolo and children, who
have Ihmjii vlnitlug Judge and MrH. Now
Ixirry, MrH. I'ooIo'h parentH, tor Huvornl
weekH pant, left yenterday for their home
MIhh Km inn Starr returned ycHtorday
from a two weekH vlnit with frlendH at
Canyon 'City, and will remain here Hev
eral dayri with her hIhIoth, MrH. Grillln
and Mrn. Hurt.
McHHrn. Hurley WimmI, Cane, Ilealy
and Duckworth went to linker City
Monday, having been mimmonod to
nerve on thu jury. They all put up a
con talk and were excuned.
Dr. i. T. Hroek Iiuk Ik'oii apH)inted
medical examiner of the Nortliwentern
Life, of Milwaukee, for eiiHteru Oregon.
Ho occupictt the namu M)nltlnn with a
iiuiiiImt of other hig compaiiieH.
Mrn. 1', K. Ilobnon and children do
partetl ycntenlay for a vinit to her home
near Portland, exacting to Ik) gone
through the mimmer montliH. Mr. IIol
hoii accompanied them hh far an Maker
MIhh Ilobnon returned home Heveral
dayn hIiicu from Newherg, thin ntate,
where hIiu Iiiih liven attending hcIkmiI
lurlug the pant hciihou. She will Hpeud
the Hummer here with her father, Jchho
MIhh Hello and Lynn Calder, nlHter
and hou of V. C. Calder, arrival in
Sumpter xeveral dayn nlnco and will
HHind the Hummer here. Mr. Calder
ban rented thu ParkiiiHou cottage on
Cracker ntreet, and in keeping Iiouho
, Dr. I -on Cleaver came in from Pontile
ton thiH forenoon and left for Prairie
City, on an iniortaut iiiIhhIoii. Ho re
cently returned from Chicago, where he
had been for Heveral months doing min
vionary work for eantern Oregon, lie
wy8 that thiiigH long IiojhhI for are go
ing to eventuate for thin region during
the prcHent ncaHon and that the proponi
tlon Ih better than all right.
In the circuit court at Raker City yen
tcrday, in the en ho of tho State versus
John Arthur, charged with giving liquor
to a minor, tho defend m t plead guilty,
was fined $100 and his license was for
feited. Tho other two canes against him
President Gobs, of the Bank of Sump
ter, returned yesterday from Canyon
City, whero ho has been for two weeks
past, in charge of thotirantCountybank,
of which institution ho is also president.
Ho says tho John Day valley is in a
most proHtorous condition and that bus
iness is good in all lines.
Judge Newbury returned home this
morning from a trip to tho Mormon
Ilasin district, where ho Is operating a
mining property. Ho emphatically de
nies a statement made in ono of tho
Iluker City papers and credited to him,
to tho effect that hundreds of men wore
leaving Sumpter to go Into tho first
Stcrcoptlcan AHvertUtmtnt of Oregon.
MIhh Mary Sutton reached hero Mon
day from Portland. She comes to east
ern Oregon to secure views of our scenery,
nilncH, camps, etc., to bo used in a com
prehensive schemo for advertiring Ore
gon through tho eastern states. Tho
plan is to ilhiHtrato lectures on the his
tory and resources of tho statu witli
Htereoptlcun pictures. Tho lady is a
member of a company that has secured,
at great cost, many views characteristic
of Oregon, and tho most modern, im
proved machiuo, to bo used for this pur
oho exclusively. She brings excellent
letters from Governor Geer and other
prominent men of tho state. Tho enter
prino is endorsed by tho Portland Cham
lie r of Commerce, and It is hoped that
thu Sumpter district will avail itself of
this opportunity to secure novel and
Tiik M in Kit. lias arranged with tho
Press Publishing association, for some
special inducements for subscribers to
tliis paer. Head page 10; put on your
thinking cap and take thu benefit.
TIMUliR LAND, ACT JUNE 3, 1878.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Itnlff J Stales UnJ Office, I
LanranJt.Orreon.June i. 1001. 1
Notice li hereby given that in compliance with the
provlalona of. the act ol Congress ol June j. 1878,
entilleJ "An act lor the Mle ol timber lanJa In the
alalia ol California, Oregon, NevaJa, anJ Washing
ton Terr I lor'." aa extenJeJ to all the Public Land
Malta py act 01 August 4.
JOHN II. DORSEY
ol Raker City, County ol Daker, State of Oregon, has
una day mrj in tnia oince ma sworn aiaiemeni no.
n8. lor the purchase ol the ne'l ol section No. n
In ip No, 10 a. r No 16 E W M, anJ will offer proof to
snow mat tne tan j aougnt is more vaiuaoie tor 11a um
ber or atone than for agricultural purposes, an J to es
tablish hla claim to sali land before the Register and
Receiver of Ihla ofhee at U Gran Je, Oregon, on
frlJav. the nth Jav of Sept.. 1001.
tie names aa wltnetaca: Frederick White, of Sump
ter, Or., Lrneat CaJau. of Mimpter, ur.. August La
dau, of Sumpter, Or., Wm. Rafferty, ol Whitney, Or.
Any and all persona claiming adversely the above
described lands are requested to tilt their claims In
tils office on or before aald ith day of Spet, 1001.
E W. Bartibtt. Reglater.
Neill Mercantile Co.
MEN'S WEARING APPAREL
Full Line Staple & Fancy Goods
Tobaccos, Oranges, Candy
and Nuts. Everything carried
in a first-class grocery store
M. J. WHECLCR, PROPRIETOR
ELLIS BLOCK, SUMPTER, OREGON.
Ingersofl-Sergeant Drill Company
227 8. W. TMpft Stmt, Silt Like City, OUh
plex Class ,TD" Belt
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MM! rax Ml NU MEDrL pahs unim, ihi
This type also built
compound, with Inter
cooler. See catalog 33
Rock Drills, Coal Cuttort
Full line of Duplicate
Drill Parts In Stock.
S. G. MURRAY
Shoes on Our Hands
that should be on your feet. Little
prices and big values will make the
On men's and boy's shoes, 'till certain lines are gone,
will be a saving on your foot account.
At $2.50 the Brown Queen Bee is the best shoe
for the price and ladies' feet.
Yours for a shoe trade,
Hobson Mercantile Company
Make perfect fits from
latest products of domestic
and foreign looms
Prices aro positively tho lowest
consistent with aeoe' mis antl
sklllcfl workmanship. Call antl
C. B. Hccht, Agt,
NU1 BuUata Granite and Mill Sb.
and more are coming. A com
plete line of Drugs and druggist
sundries have been ordered. We
take special care and accuracy in
Spokane Drug Company
CRIB R. WAtKIR, Maiuata