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About The Sumpter miner. (Sumpter, Or.) 1899-1905 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 3, 1902)
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TALK OF THE TOWN.
Mnt. A. It. Ilrown left Monday for
I'tirtliiml, on u pleiiHiire trip (or u few
Wultur Allen nH!iit nevera! Ih'h In J
town (IiIn week, from tlit) Undo Sum
Mr. and Mm. N. (', Itichardn returned
hiivithI duyn. ninco from n vlnlt with
fricnilH on the Sound.
Profcnnor V. S. Khcrniun li'fl mil' day
hint week for tlii1 fimt, on IiuhIiichh per
taining to tint niucltur.
Mr. unit Mrn. V. Ilnucn, of I'ortlunil,
who Iiiivii Ix'i'ii In Sumpter for ncvcrul
weckn paM, lmvi returned home.
.Mrn. Miihiiii, of I'ortliitul, who Iiiih
lieen vihiting frlcnilH in Sumpter for
mmiik time pant, left for liomii Monday.
.l Wilier Iiiih gone to I'ortliitul, to re
iinilii a week anil make iirriiugcmcutn to
rimliiiiiii work on the tinldcu Itolt! nil
.IIhh Muhol Carter, who Iiiih lieen ve
iling her nlMcr, Mrn. (i. II. Trncy, for a
fiuv iIiivh, Irft for her Iioiiii1 nt Salem
Ilnv. .lami'H IIth, of IhoPrcHhyterlaii
church, Iiiih returned from u month vn
t'ntion vlnlt to Mnmliin, North Dakota,
IiIh (ormur home.
.1. N. Hoffman left for Portland thin
iifterniHiii mi a nhnrl liUHlncnntrip. Mrn.
I.. Purkcc will laKc charge of the bakery
during IiIh uhncucc.
Hoy Miller retiirned Mtvcral day, nince
from Canyon City, when lie went to
look into the proHiHition of cMahllnhlug
a national hunk there.
Mr. and Mrn. S. II. Hell, II. II. (irillln,
.1. I. (iii'.H, MUh IIoIihoii, and a dozen
or llflcen other left thin afternoon for
Portland, to take In the Klk nil nival.
F.ugene llartholf returned hint evening
from the Miilhenr diMricI, where ho lo
rated nix very prouiiniug ipiarl. cluinin.
Hit brought buck a number of nuuiplcn
which he In havinu unnayed. UiuIh
Mi.hCH in iuicrcMcd with him in the
Captain Wood, the rcprcnciitatlvo and
minim: expert for eiiHtem men of large
capital, in again in Sumpter, mid every
one who known the gentleman Iiikh
that thin time he will land what he
wantM and make thin hi crmiinciit
Mr. and Mrn. Seoiit, whoHHnt neveral
week in Sumpter, the gucM of Mr. and
Mrn. I). I.. Killed, earlier In the Hum
mer, returned u few day ninco. from San
Praucico and other coaM (mint. They
will leave at an early date for their
home in Ncbrunku.
F. C Ilrodie Iium moved hi Mock of
jewelry into the IK'Neffe A Mnxxy brick
building, nd now hN one of the hand
corneal MtoreH in caMcru Oregon. The
building which he ban vacated will lie
movtd (nun the lot hi make room for a
brick, to be erected by Tom Dunpliy.
Stierintendenl Warren Cable, of the
Cracker Oregon, whh in town ycMerday.
lie rtMirtel that he in Mill drifting
through ore that car Hen fret gold in pro
fiihion. llu didn't wear the nilk hat and
)tmt leather hIioch that he wiih prom
inod by Kicrctt ItroMii and other for
making thin tind, but will upHjar ho ar
rayed on IiIh next vlnlt to camp.
It wiih ri'iMirteil on the ntreet here
Monday that the long croHncut tunnel at
the I la by McKee had limilly cut the
iiiuiii ledge and wiih in llvt feet of good
ore. (iencral Malinger (. Townncnd wiih
In town Tuenday. llu Muted that the
rumor wiih a iniMiike; that a blind ledge
with Home gmnl ore wiih encountered,
hut tliut tlni main vein in Mdl ahead.
It 1h reHtrted that .1. II. KnhhliiH
made a f liTi.tXK) cleanup Monday on Home
of IiIh mining iutcrcMn, and that he at
once reinvented it in the South I'olu
Mining company. Seymour Hell in naid
to have negotiated the deal, mid every
IhmI.v know that hedncHii't turn trick
of that kind for nothing. Neither gen
tleman would takoTiiK Minkii man into
their conlldn.ice regarding I lie deal.
C. F. Itaht, the HHHiiyer, will leave the
fifteenth of IIiIh month for the extreme
Hiiuth of Old Mexico, to take the man
agement of a big mining pioonitioii for
a Seattle yndlcute. Mrn. Itaht will fol
low later. The mine In ten mile be
yond the teriuiiiUH of the Mexican
Southern railroad. Ills many friend in
Sumpter regret to have the gentleman
leave here, hut are pleiiHcd at IiIh ginnl
fortune in Hccuriuu hi iiiiMirtaut a ig
Monday night, an I 'rot. IliifTum, Char
ley Ferry and Charley HeNeffe were
returning from a dance at Itourue, they
met a cub hear on the linn; bridge thin
nidi) of the Halfway houne. An IiIh
hearnhip nhowed no dlMiNltiipn to liurrv
bin departure, the by pulleil up and
allowed him to lake bin own time alniut
it. DeNeffe wanted to get out and take
a fall out of the cub, hut wan rcntraiiifil
by Inn compiinioiiH, who did not wMi to
nee tint lieant maugleil. Finally the
obnl ruction moved itnelf hence and tin
trip wan rcHiimcd without further inter
ruption. "Now U the Appointed Time."
The (). It. A N. Co. ban junt illcd a
haudnomely illuntrateil pamphlet en
titled, "Oregon, Wanhiugtou and Idaho
and their renourcen." I'eople in theeant
are auxioun (or iiiforiiiatiou almul the
I'at'ilic. iiorlhwent. If you will give the
O. It. Sc N. company agent at Maker
City a lint of namen of eanteru icoplc,
who tire likely to ho ititcrcntcd, the
liooklet will lie mailed free to nuch Hr
hoiih. Yotirn truly, A. I.. Craig, (ienentl
For the liuent cigarn, lioth Key Went
and donientic, the choievnt confectioun,
MKkel kniven, icecream, cider, tolmcvon
and ntationery, g to Stiirgill'H, on Mill
Mrei't, near tJranite.
Iloffman'ri lUkery mukcH a nn.siulty
of fiirnlnhlng ice cream (or partien.
Prompt attention given all ordern.
Ilarriiton, the Uiunt Powder man
waiita every miner to make bin nttlre
hedipirler when in Sumpter.
Ilarrittou caii tell you why nil lucky
ntrikixi are made with (iiatit Powder.
If you wind to ntrike it rich tine tSianl
deend iiK)ii Giant
All the latent noveltien in hatn
Neill Mercantile comiwny'n. '-"-"
THIS IS ONE OF THOSE
ONCE IN A LIFETIME
TF YOU wish to handle a mining stock
1 proposition yourself, you need look
no farther; but thorough investigate
what we have to offer. Can deliver
control of a company, with 42,000 of
the original 500,000 shares still in the
treasury. The property owned by the
company is positively all right. The
workings are in solid ledge matter, the
width of which is not yet proven.though
exposed for eighteen inches. Values
carried are high, running from 520 to
$50 in gold and silver. Personal ex
amination invited. Less than 5,000,
about half cash, required to secure
this unequaled bargain. 5L 2 2
WARNER & STEWART B
j j OREGON
J. P. HOLLAND
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