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About The Sumpter miner. (Sumpter, Or.) 1899-1905 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 4, 1901)
Wednesday, September 4, i.)oi
THE SUMPTER MINER
TALK OF THE TOWN.
A. 1. (idhh returned from Portland mill
tho count Monday.
MrH. Hamilton and little daughter
liavu gono to San Francisco to remain a
couple of niontliH.
Joe Mlkel left yt'Htorday for this Cal
ifornia oil lleliln, whore lio Iiiih iiiterftH.
lie will ho gono wivcral niontliH.
School ok'ih a week from Monday,
September III. Tim teacher aro at
Milker City thin week, attending the in
Htitilte. Thin in Siiniptor day at Maker City
carnival, anil a roach load of people
went down thin forenoon to roprcHont
t hit town.
Simoyor r'tank IIuIihoii, IiIh iiHHiHtiuit,
I'red Mullock, and Davo Copping have
oihi to I'lne Cieek to mirvoy tho lattur'H
Colonel and Mr. dayHoii, tho luttcrH1
mother and winter pawed through Sump
ter yenteiday, oninnto to tho Mahy
.McKcu mine, returning today.
.Mrn. Caieley and MIhh Whitney, of
lAerett, WiiHliiiigton, were in Suinpter
ccvcial ilnyn nince for tho purport of
Iciihlngtho new hrick hotel, lint didn't
cotihinnatit the deal.
The work of laying new water pipe on
.Mill Hlreel Ih now in progren, tinder
diiei'tionof M. K, Swan, of tho IWcho
IJaidwaio company, which ftirnMicil
the pipe. Some wry had leaka in
the old main have heen nncowrcd.
.Mr. and .Min. A. V. tiowan, of lluriiH,
bKnl Hiino hoiirn in town today. They
am driving through tho country; on a
plcawuro trip and will pi an far iih the
(iranile Itouilo valley. They pi to Ma
ker City thin afternoon.
tienrgo V. White, well and favora
hly known hem for a long time, Iiiih ar
ranged to ic-ok'u tho half-way bonne
on the llourno road a few milen from
town. He in remodeling tho interior
anil will have the limine tiiHtefnlly ar
ranged in llrnt cIuhh nliape, to he ohii
iih mmiii an mh-hIIiIc, the date ofwliich
will Ik aiiiiiiunccd later.
.Mrn. Iluiue and children alrixed in
Suinpter yentenlay from Moihe and will
make their homn hero in the future. Mr.
Iluiim in foreman in Tiik Mi.nkii nllhv.
They have taken Al IlilllerV rcHidence.
Mrn. llllller will h'h the winter with
herparentHiit Nowbnrg, thin htato, and
Al may pi down later.
.1. A. Ililllker, of MiiiueaHiliH, in hero
for the purpoM', iih lu inodcntly nijh, of
"JuM looking around." Mr. flillikcr is
apparently a practical milling man and
IiIh eonu'rcatlon IndlcatcHthat he Ih tpiito
familiar with metalH in their natural
htato. He ih luxcM (gating carefully
each hection of thin at-t diMrict and
theio in "110 telliu' " what lie may do
before he returiiH home.
Two iniiHked mull held up John An
tlcnmn'H caloon at Mourno hiHt Friday
night, Kvurlnj? '(00, inoatly from the
twenty-ono game. The proprietor had
fl(KK) in currency on IiIh pcrnon at tho
time. Ho wiih ordered to turn IiIh hack
to thu rohlierH and In doing ho ho drop
H'd tho pockol liook on tho floor and
kicked it under a tnhlo. The robbeni
were recognized an two nioro boyH who
had lieon hanging around tho camp for
Hoveral dayn. Tlioy have not been ap
prehended. Reduced Kates
Aro now in effect to Buffalo, Now York.
Do you expect to attend tho 1'nn
If ho, do not buy your tickotH until you
havo invL'Htigated tho Hervicea of tho IL
LINOIS OHNTKAL Kallroad.
Our uccomiiKHlatioiiH are tho buHt that
can Iki had, our traiiiH aro alwayH on
tlnio, and employed courteoiiH and ac
commodating. Through tourlHt earn from tho I'acilio
CoitHt to MoHtou via Muffalo.
If you will huiiiI tlfteen cenlH in Htnmjm
to aiidreHH given helow, wo will forward
you, by return mall, onoof our largo !Ux
II) inch wall miiw of tho United State!),
Cuba and I'orto Itlco.
Any information regarding niton, nc
I conunoilatloiiH, Hervico, time, counec
l tloiiH, Htop-overH, etc., will bo cheerfully
, furnlHlied by It. II. Tiiumiiuix, Coin'l.
I Agent, Third ntreet, Portland, Ore.
I Prompt attention to ordurH for cut
, lloworn and lloral jiIccch. City Green
I ttmiMK. Maker Citv. Oreuou.
i ' '
Tlui-u who know tho comforts of a
good hotel, alwayn patronize tho Cajii
tal; Mrn. (i. M. Tedrowo, projirietor.
H. 0. BAKER & CO.
All Fruits in Season
Htl Mi 1.1. Stiikct
Tbi.ki-iio.sk '-1M... Sl'MPTKH, OKK.
Look at the
Full Line Staple & Fancy Goods
Tobaccos, Oranges, Candy
and Nuts. Everything carried
in a first-class grocery store
M. J. WHEELER, PROPRIETOR
ELMS BLOCK, SUMPTER, OREGON.
Ingersoll-Sergeant Drill Company
227 S. W. Temple Street, Salt Lake City, Utah
lugersoll-Sergeant Class "A" Straight Line, Steam Oriien Compressor.
CIiihh ''A" Straight
Lino Stoani Driven
This type also built
compound, with Inter-
cooler. See catalog 3 j
Rock Drills, Coal Cutters
I'ull line of Duplicate
L'rill 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
SUMPTER DRUG CO.,
OWNS THIS SPACE.
t"t THE CASE FURNITURE COMPANY
Wo havo Jxt received direct from
tho l'ark MIIIh, at Philadelphia
A Carload of Carpets
no guuraiuco iu wupucaie roruuiiu 1
jtrjceHund sell ton per cent cheaper than
any other Iiooho in eastern Oregon. "
Theao goodw are of tho luteHt patern and
of tho best quality
THE CASE FURNITURE COMPANY