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About The Sumpter miner. (Sumpter, Or.) 1899-1905 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 7, 1903)
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TALK OF THE TOWN.
V. C. CiiMlt Hpuut Sunday in I.u
K. I,. Mainline returned from a three
luyH business v i h 1 1 to tlm (irccnlioriiH
I I). .lonex ami A. Snyder, of Dultitli,
Minnesota, are registered at the Hotel
Moxo KiicIim, a well ''Down linker City
huxiucxx man who !h ulxo interested in
mining, Ih in the city.
,M. Iv. I tn i ii , who Iiuh lieen caxt on an
extended biHincss trip, it ilui' to arrive
in Sinister at any time.
(). C Wright returneil on Monday
from a several days trip to Maker City
and tint (Srand Itiimle Valley.
K. (!. Skilcs, traveling' rctiresenlit
live of tlm Spuk.mo llnu i'oiiii.iny, in
now in Snmpler interviewing our loci I
.lamcx I1. Mcliuignu and liride are due
to arrive, in Snmpler this week. Mr.
Mctilligaii is president and u'eueral
manager of the Alamo gold mine)'.
I'niil W. Steams, at his cigar factory,
on Went (irauite htreel, in uiauufactui
tug l-,MHI cigars per month, which will
compare with any made eWcwhcrti.
w Special meetings will bo held in the
""Ill-turn room nl tlm Methodist church
Tliiirxduy, I'riday and Saturday of thix
week hcgiuiiigat TillO p. in. All are in
vited. MrM. .Mary HoIimoii, who has heeu
visiting in Sumpter for the piiHt nix
montliH, left on yesterday's train for
I'orllaud. Mrn llnbon in the. mother of
Frank K. I lolou.
A. It. Ilrowne, consulting engineer,
left today for the Yellow lUisy iniiieH on
Spiikane iiioiiutaiii, near the Ited Hoy.
The ohject of 1 1 in vixit being to inspect
the work now going on there.
Stanley .1. Merwarth, a mining
engineer and ussaycr, who Iiuh lieen
looking thin country over forHoiuo time,
left liiHt Siuiilay for tirand l'orks, II. ('.
lie will return here in thoxpring.
Claude Itoe and wife returned today
from an extended lxlt to theirold homo
in Nebraska. Ilesidcs their mii.eral
holdings in thiH section, they each
haven timher claim which they will
now prove up on.
.1. I.. Cunningham, seeictary of the
Advance Mining Co, accompanied by his
wife left Monday for Omaha, St. Paul
ami Chicago in the interests of the
I'orcst Mining Co, He intends to lie
oue alMitit three mouths.
t'ol. .1. Nat Hudson hat leased the
Morning Ilcpnrtcr to John S. loiter, of
linker City, and will devote hix entire
time to hi law piactice ami mining in
terests, Mr. roster in a uewxpaper man
of many yearx experience ami will no
douht improve the llcportcr.
I'artiex in from the Greenhorns state
that the new lO-xtamp mill on the
I'hocuk mine will In-gin crushing ore
in u few dayx. ft ix xaiil that thoownerx
of thix mine haxe largo iiantitiex of
high grade free milling ore on hand and
that the mill will U kept huxy.
.1. Win Wilson, milling! hroker and
operator, went east a couple of week
no partly to escam the rigorx of an
uaxtern Oregon winter. He struck a
twenty-five degree helow zero frost in
St. Paul and nearly fro.e hix handx go
iliK from the train tothu hotel. Now he
will Ih glad to get hack to Sumpter.
Ilrowne & Smith havecotiiiileted their
reKirt for the Hoxtoii-Orcgon Cold Min
ing company, who own the Alleghany
group on the mother lode. Thix rejHirt
will Imi iiicorporati'd in the prospectus of
that company, which will lie one of the
moxt elaborate and inxtructive works, of
the kind yet ixxued in thix dixtriut.
New Railway Agent for Sumpter.
I-'. .1. Ouiulan, the newly appointed
agent for the Similiter Valley railway,
hax arrived and taken charge of the
company'H hiixinexH in Sumpter. Mr.
(Jiiiulaii hax had a varied experience in
railroad life for the paxt ten ycaix, and
for the paxt eight montlix hax heen
cashier foi the O. It. A: X. company at
linker City, lie poxxexxex many pleax-
iug oualltics which will make frieudx
for SuiupterV connecting link with the
For l.owueyV caudicx, line chocolatex,
lion honx, Key West, Havana and do
mextic cigarx, tohacco, pocket knives,
xtalionery, cider, fruits, etc., do not fail
to call at Sturgill'x. Mill Street, near
Slmex of all kiudx at Nelll Mercantile
The celebrated (itind'x "the heer of
good cheer" iilwayx on draught tit Dun
phy'x The Club.
&F. C. BRODIE&
OPPOSITE HOTEL SUMPTER ?
GOLD AND SILVER ASSAYS FREE
Every Subscriber to THE MINER who
pays $2.00 for One Year in advance will
be given an assay for wld and silver free.
These assays will be made by
ROBBINS & ROBBINS
Whose reputation as Assay
Engineers stands second
IH IVa HAVsr Ml Ami M.
iHr. who did'nt like
HOBSON MERCANTILE COMPANY
A Few Reasons.
WHY YOU SHOULD BUY YOUR
FURNITURE AND CARPETS OF US
We carry everything in the Furniture and Carpet line that can he
Ixuight in the larger citiex giving you a large xtock to xelect from.
We liuv from the eaxtern faetoriex in carload lotx, conxequently wo
can xell at the lowext pricex. Our long residence in Sumpter hax ex
tablixbetl our reputation for honest pricex ami fair dealing. Wo are
now carrying mi S,(HM) xtock of Carpet x and TiiCHtriex ranging in
price from .'IT) cents to f 1,115 per yard. Vixlt (air xtoro and see our
itntneiiBo xtock whetheJ you wish to buy or not,
Case Furniture Company
UNDERTAKING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES
Mill Street Sumpter, Oregon
2Tfercer Drug Co.
GRANITE STRBET SUMPTER, OREGON
ers, Mineralogists and Mining
to none hi the Northwest.
AIwiivh keep a full line of
Staple Dry Goods and Eroceries
expecially xllited for the
liext familv trade J J
OVU I.INl:s OK MKN'S
ItKN'S j j
are from faetoriex of the
hext productions in
America. Our linen, of
Ladies Wear, Corsets, Shirt-
unlets Slrirte Hntiira
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and overV luy nrtieleH nre
jiixt what ix wini ted liy the
moxt careful buyers. Itc
niemU'r wo keep the
goodx that lire L'ood and
the prices are right