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THE SUMPTER MINER
Wednesday, April 22, 190?
The Sumpter Miner
PUBUSMBD IVCRV WBDNiSDAY IV
T. O. OWVNNC. EDITOR
international oxpoaitionn, besides
belnR n Reed thing in a general
TO CLOSE AT 7 O'CLOCK
fcnterea at the postofllce In Sumpter, Oregon, tor
transmlstlon through the mails i second class
ALWAYS IN ADVANCE.
Aluxamlur IJurliiK, of London,
1 the North Polo iiiiiKimto, Ih keep
ing people kix'hmImk iih to IiIh hiovu
ineiitH. It lookH now iih if lie wero
trying to Miring to a head the much
tuikod of merger between the Nortli
Polo and E. and 10. Hut (IiIh Ih only
npoctiliitlon. Mr. Muring Ih oxtrom
ly iivorHii to making IiIh iiuhIiiohh pnl
lie, and no intliuation Iihh boon given
from him iih to IiIh intention In this
r'cHpocL. Cracker Creek people are
naturally much intereHled in what Ih
going on at the North Pole.
Agreement in Effect May 4
and Until October 1.
CENTER NORTH STRICT!
SUMPTER - OREGON
A (Ileal many eiiriteru ciipitaliHtH
lire expected here t IiIh Hiiminer to
invent In mining properties Tho
lending milling llruiH are in enrrexpon
deuce with eimtern men of money who
are contemplating a vlrtlt to the iIIh
trlct with a view to Inventing. They
' have lieeii ndvlHcd, however, to wait
till later lu the hoiihou when the niacin
will lie better and the propcrtlcri not
ho dltllcult of accoHH. The cuntem
mini who 1 1 oh Iron to invent In iiiIiich
may not lie an expert in mining mat
tern hut a ciimial glance around the
district which han ho many nilnen and
excellent pniHpectH lu proceHH of de
velopment will hIiow him that ho him
u wife nhowlng for lilg returns.
Tho morchuutH of tho city havo
mutually agreed to clone tholr places
of IiuhIiiohh at aovon o'clock. Fol
lowing Ih tho agreement and tho flrmn
entering into it:
Sumpter, Ore., April 120, 1003.
TIiIh Ih to certify that wo, tho tin
demlgued, morchuutH of the City of
Bumptor, horehy ugreo and plodgo
ournelvoH, that wo will clono our ro
Hpectivo ntoroH at ho von o'clock every
oven lug during tho wook, with tho
exception of Saturday evening, and
that wo will koop our stores cloned
all day Hundayn. TIiIh agrooment to
go into effect May 4, and remain In
force until October 1, lOO.'l.
Edlln & Htarliuck, II. Falk & Co.,
Nelll Mercantile Co., V. K. Huwloy,
K. P. McDovItt, V. R. Wulbrtin, E.
P. Horgiium, J. Schwartz, Sumpter
Lumber Co., F. E. O'Hourko, Hob
non Mercantile Co., Nettle R. Chlpp,
Mrn. MacMuklu and Major, M. M.
Flyim, Tailor, Cluirles (lee, Auntiu
Meat Co., J. J. Jackson, Oregon Trad
ing Co., by II. C. Rowers, dale Ron
well, C. P. Holly, C. ,1. Johtiri, Huh
die llurdwaroCo., II. O. liaker & Co.,
Sumpter Racket Store, Lurni t Dulrd,
Cane Furniture Co., J. P. Holland.
...THE CAPITAL HOTEL...
rates: ci to i.bo per day
free bus to & from trains
no chinamen employed
A. J. DENNY, Prop.
H. B. QRIFMN. Ro
Ratt: $1 and 1.25 Par Day
All Modarn Improvamants
Hssdquartsrs? for Miners
and Working ma)n
SEE THE LATEST STYLES IN HATS AT TNE
THE MEW MILLINERY
NIXT DOOR TO HURT NAt'l , ORANITI T.
Drm Cutting School In Connection.
THE EARL'S RICH ORE.
Tho progroHHlvo uharacter of Sump
tor'H uitlzonrililp Ih n matter wor
thy of comment. Sumpter doen not
claim to Imi anything more than u
mining center, hut itn population in
nude up of good, Hiibntautlal, ener
getic, law abiding people from nil
'over the country, who hIiow ihelr
bringing up and what they have been
lined to by the luterent they take in
municipal linproveiiieiitn and the gen
eral welfare of the community. The
olty council backed by public neuti-i
ment in planning neverul additioun
for the betterment of conditlonn. .
Mapn for a new newernyntem are being
made, a new cily hall Is contemplated ,
Jind many streets are to be Improved
mill others opened up during thejcom- J
mlng season. Private corporations;
dealing lu public utilltlcH are not.
behind. The Electric Light and j
Water companies are preparing in the
one Instance to build a new power
plant and In the other to greatly
oxteud Itn water mniiiH lu the out
lying portloim of the city. Thin Ih
what may properly be denominated
the Sumpter nplrlt.
Free Milling Proposition Car
rying: High Values.
FAVORS COMMERCIAL CLUB.
Morrln Sullivan, of Oroonhoru
City, owner of tho Earl property, wan
in the city yenterday exhibiting hoiiio
very Hue specimens of ore takou re
cently from the Earl ledge. He owiih
seven full clalinn joining the Morn
ing ami containing a continuation of
the name vein nyntem, with practi
cally the name quality of ore.
The properly now han 100 feet of
tunnel and a drift on tho ledge for a
dintauce of fifteen feet, in it high
grade quality of free milling oro.
The vein in eighteen feet in width.
Mr. Sullivan han a force of men at
work and will continue development
npcrutloiiH on an extensive nculo
throughout the season.
SAMPLES FROM QUARTZBURG.
Hon. J. H. Robblot Kndorws the Movement
ad Says It Should Succeed.
Speaking of the proponed organza
tlou of a chamber of commerce, lion.
J. II. Kobblnn wiyn:
"i am neariiiy in favor or anon a
movement and 1 hope it will meet .
with proper encouragement among I
our hiinlucnn people. I helped or-1
ganle the 1ii (Sraude clmmUr, and
I am in a ponltiou to know the great
iimouut of good accomplished by It.
A commercial or mining inen'n club
here would furninh the Imsls for col
lecting suitable mineral exhibltn from
the Sumpter dint rict for the coming
Rubbering Party Bring Back Some Rich
Ore Specimens From District.
Lou Walker and W. I). Saundern
returned yenterday from a trip to tho
Quurtzburg district, bringing with
them mime rich npeelmenn from tho
Standard, Dlxio Meadows and other
proper! len. They nay they wero junt
rubliering around mid no especial
nlgnillcance In to Iw attached to tho
trip. While away they wero at
Quurtzburg, Prairie City, Canyon
and John Day. Helow John Day
they naw a forty foot vein of coal and
brought back hoiiio nnmplen of it. It
Ih a grade of lignite, but probably
of small value for fuel. Tho gold
cobalt from the Standard and the
calaverlte from the Dixie Meadown
are particularly line. Tho recent
ntrlke at the latter unsay un high us
7o,000 u tou.
BOLDEN EAGLE HOTEL
W II. MATHER. PROI'R.
A rint Clin, Modern Hot.l
Ritii; 11.00 and lz.00 pit day
Half Block from Dopot
Delmonico Hotel -
M. SPENOLER, PROPR.
RATES, Si. 20 PER DAT AND UP
FREE BATHS r-. .tool.. .o.olr.
COR. COLUMBIA A AUBURN STS.
ONE BLOCK EAST OF DEPOT
COLORADO ROOMING HOUSE
MRS. E. C. M'KENZIE, Prop.
2.50 PEH WkKK AND UP
DR. PEARCE A ANDERSON
Physicians and Surgeons
f UMPTIR dSNlRAL HOSPITAL
. . i OFFICB. Main ill.
Talaphona hospital. Main l.
F. E. IIOBSON.
Civil and Mining Engineer.
U. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor lor Oregon, En
gineer lor ihe City of Sumpter.
Uadirireand lad Patent Sereeyi. Hit Prlatlne,
QHAS. H. CHANCE
ATTORNEY AT LAW
City Mtoraiy U. t. Cemmliileaar
Rooms 2 and 3, First Bank of Sumpter
. . Sumpter . .
GENERAL DEALERS IN
Shelf and Heavy
and Steel Pipe
" HERCULES "
Fuse and Caps
C. C. Basche
L. T. UROCK M. D. W. H. VOSB M. D
Tel, House 71 Tel. Mouse 18)
DRS BROCK & VOSE
Physicians and Surgeons.
("Mi ansereJ nlghl or Jay
Tel. Oftic 101.
p A. E. STARK.
Center, cor. High St.
IUESSEN & CLARKE
MINING & CIVIL ENGINEERS
Kxptrl Eoamlnatlona. Reports on Mining Properties.
Designing an j installing Alius an J rower rums.
1). S. Mineral anj UnJercrounJ Surveys.
Management of Mining Properties.
PHILBR1CK Sr FENNER
MINING 4 CIVIL CNCINCERS
U. S. DEPUTY MINCRALSURVCYORS
EXAMINATIONS AND REPORTS
ROOMS 2 4 4, BANK OF SUMPTER
LDQ. SUMPTER, OREGON.
E. P. Bergman &
Mill Street, New Building.
1 THE 1 a 1
AUSTIN MEAT Co. Props.
Butcher and Packer
Fresh and Cured
Sausage of all Kinds