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About The Sumpter miner. (Sumpter, Or.) 1899-1905 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 24, 1902)
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TALK OF THE TOWN.
.1. (. llurrctt, of Uriinito, Ih in town
I). Munnlng, ( Ciiblrvlllu, win In
town the uiHt week.
Mr. I). W. ItHird und MrH. Wcntor
Kuril, of linker City, viHltod friend in
Dr. Hnow and IiIk hoii, Jennie, came in
(rum linker City thin forenoon and droe
out into tin) IiIIIh.
Mrn. Catlii'Hnu Joiivh, of Nevada City,
California, iirrlml in town Tuumluy to
vinit her mm. .1. It. .lone.
H. I1. Hliutt, editor of tlmtiruultoCem,
and hi wifit were viHitorn to Numpter
and linker City hint week.
Mrn. N. .1. Soronmm and win left for
I'ortland yeHterday alterniNin, to vinlt
relative for euvenil week.
Attorney C. II. MuColloeli wax failed
to I'ortland luxt Tliurday on arrount of
tlm hcrimiM lllni'MH of li Ih con.
.luilu.!. r'nwrett, of Oinalia, owner
of tlm IVyehe, Iiiih Im'cii in Sumpter
moru or Ii'hm duriiiK tint piixt weuk.
tiiiorno II. Small, editor of tlm Itakur
City Democrat, wa in town thin week
mi buiuox connected with IiIh niior.
Otto llorlockor and William Jacknon
left Monday (or a hunting trip to liar
ney lake, oxe-tluK to Ihi uhent a weuk
or ton day.
C. F. Kear, recorder at lioiirmi, moved
liiri family and IioukuIioIiI effect to
Similiter Monday and will make, thin IiIh
liomu for tlm winter.
(). C. 'nlit and wife, of Ijiwton,
were in town Monday. Mr. Wright in
largely iutercnted in the lilue llird, and
in prexident of that company.
Tlm Sampler hand Iiiih changed tlm
date of ilH regular Hiiii'mouthly daiict'H
from TucHilay to Tliurwluy exeuiugH, to
accommiNliite lliomi unahlti to attend on
the former day.
.I.W. I'MlHuurtli, Ir.ixeliug concHpoud
eut for the Itakur City lleinoerul and
formerly on tlm Itcpurtcr, of thin city, Ih
in tmni tliix week, getting iuforuiatiou
for an at tide on Suliipter,
C. ll.Seig, of New York, iotcrcMcd
in the Killen, Warner V Stewart com-
puny, iui'orpoiated, Iiiih been in Sump,
ter foi i-ccial Iiih puM, liHikiug over
llm illrtiicl iiuil iiiHMi'liug hiH lioldiugH
Tliuy anticipate, gutting ho much gamu
that they have made, arrangement to
Hhip it in hy the wagon loadv
.1. II. DuvIh, of Portland, arrived in
town hint week and will practice den
tlntry huru. He ha necured office over
the Handle Hardware company' ilore.
Mr. Davia ban practiced lilaprofennlonln
I'ortland for the paiit eight yean.
A band of nheep paused through town
yenterday morning. IU number wan
variotiHly entlmated at from MOO to 26,
000. Whatever the number, people of
thin aectlon are mighty glad to be rid of
the ichIm, for thin eaon, anyway.
.1. W. Cox, formerly of thin city hut
now in the hotel buaineM at I'omoroy,
WiiHliington, accompanied by Mrs. Cox,
arrived in town yewterday to purchao
tlm furniture for a fifty-live room hotel,
from the Cane Furniture coniany.
O. I. MitHton, of Portland, arrived in
town Monday and will locate here. Mr.
MiiHtou in an old friend of Hurley Wood
kuuw him buforo he wore trouncr.
While In liakur City, on IiIh way here,
Mr. MaMtou wita robbed of fifty dollar.
The Bttt I None Too Good For You
And we can furnlnli you with thu iiKHTfor
no moru than you might pay for thu
woiiht, therefore, don't throw away good
money for KKir aervice, but if you are
going cant, or have friunda coming went,
let uh tell you what we can offer on Chi
cago, WaHhlugton, New York, IloHton,
St. biuln, MemphiH, New Orlean and
all intermediate iiut. Our rail are
laid In fourteen different tatea of the
Union. Communicate with uu regarding
freight ami paeHungcr uiihIiichh; II'b a
pleiiHiire to reply to your letter.
.1. C. I.IMMKV, li. II. TllUMIIl'IX,
T. F. & V. A., Commercial Agent.
1 11! Third St., I'ortland, Oregon.
II. I.. Sluwait, of the Killed, WnruerA;
Stewart eoinpuuy, who Iiiih been eaxt for
or eiisht mouth p.iht, with head
ipmrter in lliiltimuie, itrrlwd Imiue
Friday. He will reuiain here a uioiith
The new Mi'thudiM church will lie
dedicated next Sunday. Sxvial ervur
hae been arranged for the ikviihioii.
There will lie no npeciul collection, the
IliiituceH being all prnUiicd. Ku'ryltndy
Ir, S. M, Muulloii, treacurer of thu
Turuagain Arm Mining comiany, which
owiih and in oKratiug the California,
left thin afteruiMiii for bin home in Mill
neaioliH, exHvtiug to return here in the
iiittm of a couple of weckn.
Hurley Wood, C. i. White, Al David
hoii and William Slimtou expert to leave
Friday on a tluee weckn hunting trip.
Ih directed to thu (S. A. It. convention to
Ihi held in WaHhingtou, D. C, October tl
to II, iucliiHive, HHI2. We can Hell you
lickelH at ratcH which make going to the
convention elienper than Maying at
home, and wu make enough out of it ho
that wu are not "on the county." Tick
etn wild only on Septcmlier LSI and IU).
For iiarticulam uh to rate, uecommnda
tioiiH, HtoioverH, time limit, etc., call on
nriuldrcHH II. II. Trumbull, commercial
agent IIIIiihIh Central It. It., Wi Third
St., I'ortland, Die.
Timber and Homestead Filing.
Tinilier mid homcHtcuil tiliugH, an well
an liual pioofn, can Ik, madu before
CliarleH II. Chance, l'uitcd State com
miiniier, ollice in Firnt lUink of Sump
ter building, Sumpter, thu Having up
plli'iiutH exKiiHe of a trip to I Uraudu
All the ludlcH of Sumpter and vicinity
ate iuviteil tocall at Mm. ChippV Mil
linery I'arlorn. optoiti Hatt-he'. and
iiixHHl Iter new Unit of fall and winter
hatH, oieiiing beginning September 17.
Only the lieat brand o liquor and
cigarn at Duuphy'M "Thu Club."
If in want of clothing, mu Neill Mer
Wouldn't that jar yerV What? liiant
All thu latent uoveltiea In'hata at
Neill Mercantile cimpany'a.
"Now U the Appointed Time."
Thu O. K. A N. Co. haa juat install a
handaomely illustrated pamphlet en
titled, "Oregon, Washington and Idaho
and their resources." People in the eaat
are anxious for information about the
Pacific northwest. If you will vivo the
O. It. A N. comnanv aitent at Baker
City a Hat of names of eastern people,
who are likely to be interested, the
booklet will be mailed free to audi per
sona. Youro truly, A. L. Craig, General
Hoffman's linkery makes a specialty
of furnishing ice cream for parties.
Prompt attention given all orders.
T. U. Harrison, agent for Giant xw
Shoes of all kinds at Neill Mercantile
I Use Giant powder, fuse and taps.
The celebrated Guild's "the beer of
good choer" always on draught at Dun
phy'a Tlio Club.
...J. W. COWDEN...
HAS A FINE LINE OF
VIEWS OF ALL THE
MINES AND PROS
PECTS IN THE
MINE VIEWS ONLY
Address J. W. Cowdeu, Sumpter, Or.
The New Olympia I
E. E. MAUSER, PaofRieTOR
Fine Old (1884) Her
FINEST BRANDS OF
bottle or draught
CeMbH Street, oi-i. f. O. SUMPTER
One so-horse power Ideal Engine, virtually new.
Engine here in Sumpter and can be bought right, for
$600. Cost 57.50 at the factory. Enquire of
J. P. HOLLAND
Wholesale and Retail Commission Business
No. t Htiy, Outs, H111 ley, Brim,
Wlii'iit, Flour mill I'ntittnw
Curlom! litx u Spociiilty
Special Attention Given to the Mining Trade
Office: J0I111V it CoV Wnrt'liotw. I'lmiii 2WI. SUMITKR, OHKfiON
ilM EVERHMINB FRESM I'.!
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2 Granite St. tic Sumpter, Ore.