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About The Sumpter miner. (Sumpter, Or.) 1899-1905 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 21, 1903)
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TALK OF THE TOWN.
K. I. Ilcrgman Ih down on the count
on a business trip.
Mm. A. I. Oohh has returned from n
visit to her old homo in Minnesota.
Mr. and Mm. Hnhert K. Straliorn are
now in Venice on their Knroean tour.
I. W. Carr, inanaKer of the Queliec
mint) near Alamo, arrived in the city to
diaries I, Klynii, of Trinnipli cigar
fame, wan stumping thin district luHt
.1. T. Donnelly, one of llalcer (Jity'M
hankers, was unions yesterday's arrivals.
Mrs. Imiii'H A. Howard can in up from
I'eudlctou on Saturday and returned on
K. I.. Manning Ih now icriiiaucutly
located in his snug olllco in tlai Hotel
V. 0. Cowglll, of tlui lluker City
Democrat Htaff, came up from hclow
Suy I.. Lindsay, merchant and hunker
of (iranilu, wbh a visiter in Sumpter on
J. U. Neil, of the Neil Mercantile
company, Iikh returned from u business
trip to l'ortland.
W. W. and Charter Kobblnai left on
hint Thurmlay for Wyoming, where they
have mining interests.
John T. Kuglish Ih now in llaltimore,
Maryland. He will return to Sumpter
alsmt the llrst of February.
Mm. .1. .1. Ilouuessy started for
SNtkane ou Thursday where she will
visit for the next four weeks.
Wait Wade, a (irauite mining sii
erintcudenl, came over on Monday and
took the train for lluker City.
.lohii S. I.aidlaw, designer and builder
of the Cracker Oregon and California
ii til Ih, was in the city yesterday.
.1. W. Cowdcn, the view artist, Iiiim
jiint finished Home hauilNome pictures of
the California tramway and mill.
Itela Kadish, a linker City Sampling
work and mining man. wiih an incom
ing passenger on yeHterday'H train.
II. N. Thihault, owner of the )ou
Juan mine and mill in the Greenhorns,
came in from his mine on Friday hint.
C. .1. Allen, piiuclpal owner of the
llelvue, came in from the mine today
and left on the afternoon train for his
home in Portland.
Colonel . I. Nat Hudson has tinned into
riHiniH I and II Hank of Sumpter build
ing. lr. K. tJ. Kirhy uow occupies the
riNiniH vacated hy the Colonel.
I'. A. Mcl'hcc, proprietor of the Hotel
Alamo, at the town of that name, panned
through Sumpter yesterday on his way
to l'ortland and other points on the
(ieorge Oltcnuticr Jr., general mali
nger of the tiiaiit I'owder i'ouiutny of
Sail Francisco, who has been in the din
trict for a few days, left ou today's train
for the south.
James P. Mcliuigau and hride return-
-d on Saturday from the eatit, and pro
ceeded to Alamo, where Mr. McGuigan
is president and general manager of the
Alamo consolidated inineH.
Neil J. Sorenw-n, Otto Herlocker and
Frank Sbelton, of the firm of Neil J.
Horensen & Co., are in Haker City.
They will return to Sumpter by the last
of the weeK.
J. F. Meikle, Superintendent of the
Mack Kagle mine at Malheur City, has
moved his family to that place and will
reside there in the future. Mr. Meikle
will devote hin time to the mine and
.1. Win Wilson, of the Arm of Wilson
A llucknum, will return from the east
coon. He has formed connection)) while
absent which will bennellt his firm
greatly and iucidently all of eastern
(ieorge Jett, county assessor came up
from Baker City on Friday and returned
Sunday. Mr. .lett Iiiih just purchased u
large tract of laud adjoining his home
stead Itclow town. Ho has the greatest
faith in the future of Sumpter.
When "Jimmie" McGuigan arrived at
Alamo on Sunday with his bride. Grand
Old Quebec Mountain had a wedding
present in store for him in the shape of
one of the biggest mining strikes made
in eastern Oregon for some time.
Iteru: on the 14th instant, at St
F.IUabeth hospital, Haker City, to Mr.
and Mm. J. M. Mcl'hee, a daughter.
"Jack" wya the little one came into the
world aa fat aa batter, had a double chin
and could turn over in bed the second
.1. 11. Ilrown, printer, promoter and
political! is now in the cigar, candy
and fruit business on Granite street.
It is said that he is treating all
friends who call on him to two-bit
cigars and other gissls from his stock
Parties traveling over the county road
between Sumpter and Whitney, com
plain that the lumber company, by
dragging logs along the road, Instead of
using their skidway, are making that
throroughfare next to impossible and
Lew Walker iuforiuesTiiK M in Kit that
the letters, purMirtiug to be written by
him to parties in the east knocking the
Overland and other procrtics in this
district, are rank forgeries, and he says
he will make it hot for the person who
wrote them, if the original letters can
1). P. .lones, a capitalist of Diiluth,
Minnesota, sK'iit several days here last
week and purchased the controlling
interest in a mining preperty, the full
data of which is not yet ready for the
public. Mr. .tones has gone to Sun
Fraucii-co, hut will return to Sumpter
in a short time.
TO LOAN ON
AND SOUTH 'OLE
j Seymour H. Bell :
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 gold and silver free.
These assays will be made by
ROBBINS & ROBBINS
Whose reputation as Assayers, Mineralogists and Mining
Engineers stands second to none in the Northwest.
On Men's Hats, Golf Capes and Furs,
Men's All Wool Suits, and Boys' Suits
25 Per Cent Discount Allowed
On aN Ladies' Coats and Jackets
, ,.,,20 Per Cent Discount AHowed . 4g
On all Dry Goods, Shoes, Ladies' Gloves
10 Per Cent Discount Allowed
A Few Reasons
WHY YOU SHOULD BUY YOUR
FURNITURE AND CARPETS OF US
We carry everything in the Furniture and Carpet line that can be
bought in the larger cities giving you a large stock to select from.
We buv from the eastern factories in carload lots, consequently we
can sell at the lowest prices. Our long residence in Sumpter baa es
tablished our reputation for honest prices and fair dealing. Wo are
uow carrying an 18,000 stock of Carets and Tapestries ranging in
trice from 8fi cents to fl.tft per yard. Visit our store and see our
immense stock whethej you wish to buy or not, J J J J J J J
Case Furniture Company
UNDERTAKING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES
Mill Street Sumpter, Oregon
2Ttercer Drug Co.