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THE SUMPTER MINER
vVednesday, .-pril 29, 190?
Subscriptions For Burnt River
Road Coming In.
U'h up to tho citizens of Sumpter
now to make tho Burnt River Viilloy
road 11 go. Mayor McColloch 1h cir
culating tho subscription llHt this
week, and in mooting with lihoral
encouragement. It seems in every
way probable that tho road will bo
built thiH Htimtnor, and it Ih thought
that tlio preliminary work will bo
siifllelontly advanced to warrant tho
statement that work on tho road will
bo wtarled liy Juno 1.
Tho law require that noticoH de
claring tho intention of building the
road and making application for a
Hiirvoy, bo posted for a period of
thirty (layH, before tho county court
takuH cnnglzanco of hiiuIi intention.
TIiIh fcnluro of tho mutter Iihh boon
complied with, and It Ih thought
Hint at tho expiration of the time,
(he necessary amount will bo rained
lo Htart work. Tho llurnt Ulver
people havo shown a ilinpoHitlon o
do (heir part, and It Ih up to the
people of Similiter to hIiow an equal
1000 Gallon Pump Ordered
and Mill Will be Installed
The (iolden Wizard company him
ordered a 1000-gallon station pump
for (he HOI) foot level and expectn
It to arrive within the next thirty
duj'H. .Superintendent. Mcl'hco Ih
doing good development work,
thoroughly exploring the ore bodies
and getting the property in shape for
the mill which It is expected will be
installed early this fall.
l'liuiH for tho mill havo not yet
been matured but It Ih stated that It
will probably Ih n roller concentrat
ing propsltlon with at least 100 tons
daily capacity to start with. ThiH
will probably bo increased to -00
tons a day as the mine becomes' more
TO START WORK AT ANNALULU
Opmtloin to Begin in Thirty Dy, Sayi
A. .1. Trimble, secretary and
treasurer of the Auualulu in the
Cracker Creek district, returned yes
terday from a business trip to
Chicago, lie Miys that operations
are to be started at the properly
within the uel thirty days, and
vigorously prosecuted during the
J. H. CONNORS.
High Grade Wines,
Club Rooms in Connection
Headquarters for Miners
Tho Auualulu group is located on
tho big Crackor Creok vein system
next to tho Uolconda and Ih regarded
as a Hue proposition.
POLE ROAD TO TIMBER.
Whitney Lumber Company Gelt in Shape
lo Haul Log to Mill.
C. W. Roo, of tho Whlntey
Lumber company, near Lawton,
camo down yesterday to meet his wife
at Raker City, who returned today
from a visit to hor old homo at
JIo says tho lumbor company la
doing a good business and lias just
completed a milo and a half of polo
road to tap its timber bodies.
Forwarding Company's New Manager.
A. H.McEwou, formerly of Pendle
ton, accommpauied by Mrs. MoKweu,
arrived in the city yesterday to tako
charge of tho Sumpter Forwarding
company, as Its maungor. Ills family
will reside here. Mr. jMcKwou was
formerly a traveling man and is well
known in tho city.
New Freight Clerk.
I). W. C. Nelson, of Raker City,
has taken a place as freight clerk
with tho Sumpter Valley Railrod
company in this city.
Ice Cream! Ice Creaml
On, and each day aftor May 1st,
tho renowned Hazel wood Ice Cream
and Ico Cream Soda will bo had at
Sturglll's. 10 centH u dish, 2B
cents per pint.
REDUCED RATES FROM THE EAST
Commencing February 15 and con
tinuing until April 110, there will bo low
rates from tho east via the Illinois Cen
tral railroad to all Washington, Oregon
and Idaho olnts. If any of your friends
or relatives in tho east are coming west
whllo these rates are in effect, give us
their name and address, and we will
make it our business to see that they are
given tho Ix-st possible service. Wo
operate through crsonally conducted
excursion cars, and in fact give you tho
lieuetU of the latest conveniences known
lo modern railroading. We have til teen
different routes between the east and
the west, ami are in position to give you
tho benefit of tho best combinations.
Write us and we will give you full par
ticulars. it. II. Thumhui.i.,
Cotu'l Agent 111. Cent. Railroad.
II'-' Third Street, Portland, Oro.
All tho latest novelties in hats at
Neill Mercantile company's.
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If in want of clothing, see Neill Mer
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