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About The Sumpter miner. (Sumpter, Or.) 1899-1905 | View Entire Issue (July 30, 1902)
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TALK OF THE TOWN.
Tin' (Mil I'olkn iitiuiiiil excursion will
come from linker City to Sumpter thin
year AugiiNt 'Jl.
At a meeting held Monday evening ut
llolirill till! MIlHTH 1'llioll decided III
ImiIIiI a hiwpltal lit Unit place.
Mr. Ilerlockcr left hint week to vicit
Hitll llIT Niri!lltM ill WIhCOIIhIh. Otto
accompanied Iiit to linker ( Itv.
.1. J. Karlcy. ol rhlladelphia, Inn been
in lliln fit tn and diftrict for wvcral
dayn pant, examining n mining proHrty.
Ir. W. I. Plyim, u dcntlnl from
UlynwH, NVIiniHkii, lulu Smiiilir Hlriiitc
up the nit nation, with a view of liM-atlng
'., (i. Steveimon, tlio mining man
from ItoliliiNoiivillu, mill I.. C. Steven
hid, of Itnttit, Montana, were In town
tiugcuu llartliolf returned ycxtcrilay
from a proMieutlng trip into the .Mormon
llaxiii country, lie iniule a couple of
II. V. Donahue, chief clerk for Neil
.1. Soreiihcu Co., wan married here
I'rlday evening to M in May Young, of
Oregon City, Itev. .lumen Ityern olllci
atiug. Al Hillier arrived tu Sumpter tliix
forenoon from I'ortland. Ilu w 111 re
main here ten dayn or two wcckn, look
ing after IiIm mining InteicxlH in the
Arthur ltrauilciiurg ha leturiuil
from a trip to the Thunder Mountain
country, lie hiivh nothing agaiiiHt that
camp, hut iIocmu'I hanker after relat
ing the trip.
Attorney N. 0. Itichariln and D. I..
Klllen left ycxtcrduy for Portland, on a
IiuhIiichm uiiHNiou. The former will proli
ahly go on In Seattle, where Mrn. Kieh-
Wrought Iron Pipe
Cast Iron Pipe
BOWLES & STROW
SEATTLE, WASHINGTON PORTLAND, OREGON
fTWheu aiiHWcriug thin advcrtifenicnt plcace mention thin paer.
ardn in nick at the home of her winter.
T. S. Kennerly, uho Iiiih Ik-imi at IiIh
old home in Virginia for ncvcral montliM
pant, returned to Sunipter Monday, and
will Infill work kimiii developing bin
(inld Coin proicrty. out in the Green
horiiH. Itoad SiiH!rvlHor I'. I). Kitten, wIiowiim
reelected in .lime hy a large majority, In
jiiHtifyiug the taxpayer of thiH Hcction
in their choice, hy doing u record-breaking
amount of good work on theGraulte,
Cracker Creek and llonnimt romln.
Mr. and Mm. I.. M. Welch arrived
from Kearney, Xebranka, nevcra! dayn
hlnce and will remain here indefinitely.
Mr. Welch Hciit novcral wcekn here
early hint nprlng, and wan ho well pleiiHcd
with the country tlmt he decided to re
turn. Dr. ThouuiH and IiIh niece, Mrn. An
dernoii, of Chicago, for Hevcral iIii.vh
pant were the guentH of Dr. and Mrn. An
derHoii. The lady Ih the wife ol Dr.
Anderxon'H brother, who in in charge of
one of the department of Marshall
Field'H big ntore.
At the meeting of the city council hint
week an electric lighting francliimi wan
given StiiiHou & Co. Thin wiih linked for
owing to u xcrap between the Hotel
Sunipter comuiuy and Klectric Light
company. The difference will now
probably Im Mettled.
I'rcHident MlchaclH, of the Turnagalii
Arm company, left for IiIh home In Mln
ueaH)llH Saturday afternoon, having
HHnt a couple of weekH here. It Ih re
I Mir led that lie bought another proarty
jiiHt before leaving, hut he declined to
Mate what mine it Ih.
Harry Nicdermark, who Iiiih entered a
partnerHhip with K. Nordyke in the
coutractiuK lamlueHH, went out to the
Cracker Creek dintrict Saturday to work
u a proHWct hole he Iiiih out there, and
only returned yeHtcrday. Mr. Nordyke
For Miking or Power Plants
and Water Works
HiiyH that claim ueedH and recelveH more
attention and iiHHeHHiiient work than any
other in the ilMrict.
Oncar 0. IteiiMiu, one of the well
known pioneer of the Sumpter, having
been engaged in the mercantile buHincim
here in the infancy of Sunipter, arrived
from IiIh home in I'ortland hint week
and will probably remain for Hevcral
wcekn, on a IiuhIih'hh and nodal vioit.
Mr. Hciinoii owiih an iutercMt in the lieil
I toy mine.
The oIIIcith of the local camp of the
Woodmen of the World gave an inter
cut inn literary and mimical entertain
ment Monday evening at their hall to
the member and a few invited gucHtH.
There wan a good attendance and the
program wiih greatly enjoyed, iim wiih
alm an excellent banquet, with appro
priate toantH. The Sumpter baud at
tended and enlivened the evening with
a number of well played HclectiniiH.
W. C. Calder and Walter Allen re
turned thin forenoon from l-u Ciraude,
where the latter made tltial proof .vo
te rduy on a timber claim, the former
being one of IiIh witncHHCM. Mr. Calder
came hack Hiircliarged with information
alxiut the recently indued forest renorve
order; but when Heen by a Minkh man
at 1 1 o'clock, lie Htated that he had to
go home to lunch at 12, and wouldn't
poHHlbly have time to deliver hiinnulf
ot thin information.
lAiiive your order tor anything in the
reading line with DeXeffe & Muzzy.
Only the bent branilH ol Hipton and
elgarn at Dunphy'H "The Club."
If vim w Mi to ntrike it rich tine Giant
Kent bramlH ot cigara at lloffnian'H.
The nioHt Kiwerful and popular exph
Ivt tiiaut xwder.
Uhu Giant wwder, tune and caps.
Mining dvedtt for nale at thin otlice.
Books and Stationery
I have added to my Htock of Cigar and ToImccoch a large uumlier of
Mipiilar novcln, the leading H'riodical8 and a complete line of Matiouery
....The Elite Cigar Store...
The red diamond-shaped
1 few yards of Eureka packing
is an insurance policy. It
insures long life of the pack
ing, perfect performance of its duty
as racking, reduction of friction to a
fraction, and loss packing expense
than with any othei kind of packing. When you have
Eureka, "you have found it."
Our halt fockn ik box mJ a Krral hit wllh sevtral IliouvanJ engineer. Il iot ut a ijoo.1 Jul.
tut t ai willing to enJ II wllh the catalogue to any
nrivs of choice lanils
adjoining the city of Sunipter
for wile very cheap. If the
milieu aiv giaal, real "talc in
Ht ill better. A lot of this
land N Httituble for platting
mill very lare retunw can
In-, uinilu on the inveetineiit.
Thene' lantlo will be ihl for
one-fourth their tint three
yearn ago ami tux now ilown
to rock bottom price.
Call un or JJrr
SUMPTER DEVELOPMENT GO.
SfcYUOim II. Hlu, AUnnRtr
E. P. Bergman &
Mill Street, New Building.
label on the box, and on every
engineer who tenJi hve cent In Ump (or posUge.
.to. leakvw ftH
Jas. L. Robertson & Sons,
Fulton St., New York.