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About The Sumpter miner. (Sumpter, Or.) 1899-1905 | View Entire Issue (July 3, 1901)
THE SUMPTER MINER
Wednesday, July 3, i9or
TALK OF THE TOWN.
II. S. McCnllum returned homo yentor
duy, nfter an nlwonco of u week.
Mm. A. Ainoll will vIhU her relntiveH
nnd former homo in Clnyton, New York,
for the next two montliH.
Mm. Smith nnd Mm. Miller, of Port
hind, who had hecn vIhIUuk Mm. lirock
for a week, left for homo Monday.
C. It. TowiiFund, the well known iih
Kayer, Iiiih accepted i) jioHltion in IiIh
jirofeHHional capacity at the North 1'ole
Jlrlck are ImjIhi; hauled to the new
hotel and mortar mixed, preparatory to
continuing work on and HnMiin that
8. (!. Murray, manager of the lngcr-Holl-Snrnent
Drill company, came up
Monday to look after ImihIiiufh in tliin
.1. II. OradlehaiiKh came in from the
(olden J'iihIo yesterday and left for The
Diilh'H. He expectH to return the latter
part of the week.
At the council mcetiui; Saturday even
liiK' hut little huflncKH wax traiiKaeted,
anide from KruntiiiK lienor IIcoiihuh for
the oiihiiIiij; quarter.
Treasurer I'. I). Mealy, of tho Grir..ly
company, reportH tho contract work on
tho nliiift puliiK on rapidly and tliat
hoiiio lino looking iiiart. Ih l)clngliroiit,'lit
Karachi Wornulck left yenlerday for'
Itellevue, Idaho, to look after porno mill
iiiK properticH which liu owiih In that
Mcction. Mu will Ihi ahnout two or three
All inemlHirH of troop It who denire to
take part in tho Fourth of July parade,
are rctiicitcd hy Captain Muir to report
at tho armory at l o'clock on tho morn
lug of tho Fourth.
Dan .liicjiii returned a few dayH Mince
from Walla Walla, where he idiot with
the Ilutto team in tho gun tournament,
holding hlrt own with tho lont will);
xliotH on the I'iU'IHc count.
1'. II. Hamilton, circulator of thu Her
ald at Maker City, came up ycidcrday to
make a clmnpi in tho circulation depart
ment here, where the iimr liux former
ly had a good patronage. Ho will xir
wmly take care of thin end of the road
hereafter, an well ax at home.
.1. Mcl'hee, the Alamo hotel man, Iiiih
Ir'cii here thin, week piircluiHing furni
ture for the additional roomn in hin
hotel. The addition couxiHtH of a L'-Mory
luiildlng -11x40 feet, which will give him
Hovoral more roouiH, of which the Iioiiho
Iiiih heeu in need hIiico the travel t-et in.
11. II. Anbury, tho pioneer Hack
Gulch placer miner, arriving in 18(12,
who named tho old log cabin near town
"Fort Sunipter;" wiim down Monday.
IIIh annual clean up will Im it ginnl one
thU year and will take place thin month,
nfter which ho will hie hiuiHolf to a
more congenial climo until next season.
Mr. Anbury in pant 70 years of age.
Tho Fidelity Gold Miniuing Company
at ItH annual meeting July 1, elected
olIlcerHiiH follows : Anthony Mohr, presi
dent; Charles H, Ilecht, viee-prcHidcnt;
T. I). llollinger, nccretary and treasurer.
Directors, Anthony Mohr, C. II. Ilecht,
T. I). IJellinger, It. W. Huffum, K. I..
Comstock, A. 1 Goss and John D.
Trandt, tho latter of Milwaukee, Wis
consin. Mrs. A'. W. Kills has received a copy
of the Montelicr (Vt.) Argus of Juno
18, which contains a very complimen
tary notice of her sister, Miss Carrlo
Spaiildlng, who appeared tho evening
before as one of tho star iierformora in n
concert given by tho pupils of tho semi
nary there. Miss Spauldlng is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Menry Spauld
iug, of this city. She has many friends
here who will bo pleased to learn that
her splendid musical talent is receiving
recognition far from homo.
DUgatt to the Mining Congrcu.
The delegates to tho International
Mining Congress at Iloise, appointed by
Mayor J. M. Itobbins, are: Kmil Molx
er, of the North Polo; JaineH Flood,
Golcouda; J. W. Carr, Quebec mine;
Francis Clarno, Strassburgj J. W. Trim
hie, Anna hula, Dan Jaeger, Ited Itock;
.1. J. HenneHsy, Gold llug-Grizly; .Too
Mlkel, Seymour M. Hell and Hoy II.
Miller. Tho governor's appointments
wore published In these columns several
Give $50 to Winner of Drllllmg Contett.
We, the undersigned, desiring to make
the purse for thu successful team in thu
rock drilling contest its attractive as iks-
sible, will ersonally add fftt) to tho first
purse put up hy the Fourth of July com
mittee. Signed ; Stinson A Giiainokii,
proprietors Gem Saloon.
Sumpter July !l, ItHIJ.
Fourtd of July Bills.
All bills against the Fourth of July
executive committee must be presented
on the llfth, and they will bo 'audited
mid paid cm July sixth at two o'clock, p.
m. J. It. Xkii.i., Chairman.
Prompt attention to ortjers for cut
(lowers and lloral pieces. City Green
Mouse, HakerClty, Oregon.
Don't overlook an opportunity to se
cure one of tho cash prizes advertised on
page ID of this paier.
A summer drink, jsirter nnd half and
half on draught at Mauser's Olympia
Draught porter at K. K. Mauser's
Olympia saloon, opposite the post olllco.
Something to depend uon Giant
Always reliable Giant jtowder.
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. WHEELER, PROPRIETOR
ELLIS BLOCK, SUMPTER, OREGON.
Ingersoll-Sergeant Drill Company
227 8. W. TMiph Stmt. Silt Lake City, Utah
UMHD PRIX UNO Mill NEPAL PARIS EXPOSITION, 1800
plex Class "D" Belt
This type also built
compound, with Inter
cooler. See catalog 33
Rock Drills, Coal Cutters
Full line of Duplicate
Drill Parts in Stock.
S. 6. 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 at
Prlsoa are positively tho lowest
consistent with gooo goofs and
skill workmanship. Call anal
C B. Hecht, Agt.
Nttll Building, Granite and Mill St.
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
rtO R. WALKER, Nuuiii