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About The Sumpter miner. (Sumpter, Or.) 1899-1905 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 29, 1902)
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TALK OF THE TOWN. ,ll,M,,"i which they have'iit virtited hIiicu
leaving twenty yearn upi. Jlicy liuvu
. . , , , ninny rclativtn there, with whom they
Mm. A. W. KIHh In vIhI.I frl,..,lH in w f((f wwn
linker (ity thin wwsk, i
. .......... , . , , ,.' A party of uentlcmen from Iowa have
I.. M. He ch left hint week for bin old I ,MM.M , , ,,Hlril.t ,, w,.uk( for t,,
num.-in .mhthii, .. n mior, ounimnn (,r,((M, llf lllyK .,, llllm.Ht , T.
W. V. INinuy, formerly 11 well known
iinil prominent Sumpteritc, wait hem
yeNterdiiy on a htinincnH ylnlt.
Otto llerlorker, .1. II. Stoddard and
V. It. Allen went to linker City tunt
evening to join the Klkn Indite of that
Minn I'Mna Van Ihiyn returned several
day nlneo from Cortland, where nho Iiiih
Imm'ii vinitiiiK friendH for two iiiniithn
Dr. (!. V. Tne, proprietor of the Hot
Lake, Union eoniity, hotel and nunila-
riiiiu, and wife were in town yentcrday
on a hrief vinit.
A. I. McKwcn made bin deelarationof
ilitoiitlnun to heroine a citizen of the
United StateH hefore the county clerk of
ll.iker City Innt week.
Mrn. I'hil It. Ilinhop returned to her
Inline in linker City a few dayx niuee
from a two montliH vinit with her Iiiih
hand at the Cliiiiux mine.
Mr. llolloway, otSt.-loncph, Mlnnourl,
Ih in town thin week to vinit Dr. Mueller,
an old aciiuulnUnco, who laout of town
at prcncnl, hut Ih cxHned home in a
day or two,
It In rctorted ill town today that .liKt
Mikel Iiiih wild IiIh Nine Strike itroup of
clniiiiM, Cracker ('reek dintrictocantcrn
purlieu for tM),(KM). (Mall of the triiim
action could not U learned today.
.1 iir-t keep your eyen on Colonel .lay
Nat lludnou lie in working a nclicnic
that will nturtlo the imtivcn and net n
(ant pace for the new cninern ami evi
dently know how to turn the trick.
John I-'. Cupid, one of the bent known
of the pioneer iiiiuinu men in the Sump
terdlHtrict, in iexirted very ncriounly
ill at li in Imine in thin city with HrlitH
dineiihe. lie in attended hy Dr. Iliock.
Ike WilliiiiiiHon and family will leave
in ii day or two (oriKinlliern California,
to xpeud the winter, retiiruiin: to mi nip
ter in the npiiut;. They will piohahly
iiiiikn their hcadiUaitcrn ill Um AiikcIck.
Ilyrou W'eatlierfoid, A. .1. I.arui, Huh
UciiuiiiiMoti and Walter Van IMiyn re
tinned hint week (ruin a huutiiii; and
llidiinn trip to llnriiey anil Malheur
lukcn. They report a ery niici-cnnUil
I.. Walker Iiiih icniuucd the Miperin
teudaiicy of the California and accepted
a Minilar poniliou with the Crncker-Ore
pin coiiip.uiy. A. I.. McKwcu Iiiih heeli
appoint. id to till the vacated place at
Mr. and Mrn. W. ue, leave Satur
tiny for their (ornier home in Keruey,
Nchianku. Duriii) their nhort hlay in
in Suiupter they havemade many friendH
who will jjive them a cordial welcome
on their return.
Mr. Alexander, head of the hit: mer
cantile linn of linker City hearing liit
iiame, in miiiI to have heeii in Suiupter
a day or two thin week for the pur
mimi of Hivurini; a locution in which to
put in a hranch ntore.
Mr. and Mrn. I. I). Ileal)' exveot to
liue next week for tlieir old home in
!'. Karliei! in the Chloride, a rich Green
horn pronpeet. Mr. Harbce huvh Iiu Iiiih
HlilpM'd 25 Ioiih of ore from the property
that averaged hetter than flOO.
Mr. and Mrn. J. A. Grainier cxH!t-t
to leave tomorrow for Kurcka, Nevada,
where they will renlde in future. Near
there Mr. (inducer Iiiih a mining prop
erty that he thinkH will pan out bitf.
Mrn. (iraiiier'H Hlnter, from Walla
Walla, Iiiih heeii vinitine; hero fornuvcral
Otto llerlocker exHctH to leave to
morrow for an extended trip cant. On
hin return lie will he accompanied
hy Mrn. Ilcrlockcr. Attorney Sheltou,
who returned to Suiupter from Thunder
Mountain pome iIiivh hIiicu, will have
clnirj-c of Neil .1. Sorcnncii A: CoV olllco
work during IiIh absence.
K. N. .lenkiiiH, for Home montliH pant
connected with Tun Mi.nkh, Iiiih leaned
the Morning Hejiorter, plant and build
ing, mid will take iMiKHcnninii Nov. Int.
Ilu known every man, wouiuii und child
in fiiHiern Oregon and will undoubtedly
make u g(Kl local paHtr of the Reporter,
mm it ban. been under thu maniigumeiit
of Col. .1. Nut HiiiIhoii.
Mrn. Hurley U'oodu returned yewter
day from Cortland, where nhe went a
week ago with her mother, of Huron,
to commit an ocenllnt. The HHfiallnt
relieved the intenne pain in her even,
and gave hnpen of ultimate recovery;
though at thu time Mm. Woods left
Cortland it had not been decided whether
or not an oicratiou on her mother
would he Decennary.
AN ALL ABIDING FAITH.
rateH, routen, time, etc., call on or ad- The celebrated Uund'n "the beer o(
drenn, good cheer" ulwnyn on draught nt Dun
H. II. Tnit.Miui.1., ' ,,IV.M T. chili.
Commercial Agent III. Cent. It. It.,
142 Third St., Cortland, Ore. -r. U. Ilarrinon, agent for Giant iow.
C.uii, II. Thompson, der company.
Freight A Cannenger Agent,
111. Cent. It. It., Seattle, Wanh. N headachen from Giant powder.
The llliuoin Central Itailroad company
Iiiih an all abiding faith in the future of
the great Northwent. A nhort time ago
thin wan iiiauifcnted by the entablinh
incut in Seattle of an agency to take
cate of their iuterentn there. The latent
effort in to put on a nplendidly equipped
new train nervice between St. Caul and
Chicago. The new tralun will bu run
ning Sunday, Nocmler L. They will
line their own railn between Chicago and
AlU-rt l.ea, Miuuenota, mid the Mimic
iiHiliH(: St. Caul Ity. truck from Albert
l.ea to Miuui'iipolin and St. Caul, run
ning into the union depot at St. Caul,
which in the name that in lined by all
linen in that city.
The train in to he known an "The Chi
cago, M. I'aill A. .MIIIIIl-ltpiillH Limited"
and will cou-int of nleeping car, bufTet,
binary cat and reclining chair car,
through without change hvtwccii Chi
cago and MiuueapoliH and St. Caul.
Dining car nervice will alno lie main
taiiied, niipjier U'iug nereil out of Chi
cago and breakfant into Chicago. Truiun
will leave St. Caul at 7:10 p. in. and
arrive in Chicago i:'M a. m. l-ave Chi
cago at (1:10 p. m. and arrive at St. Caul
8:10 a, in., making clone connection ut
St. Caul with all went cm linen. Tickets
can be purcbaned via thin line, in con
nection with all wentcru linen, ut all
Cor further information Hoarding
NIGHT AND DAY
THE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS AT ALL HOURS
REMODELED AND UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
A. J. DENNY, PROPRIETOR
Ct 2Tco Drug Store
and Up -to-Date
Cl?e ZHercer X)rug Company
GRANITE STRHUT SU.MCTCR, OREGON
A. P. (JOSS, President
GEO. H. TRACY, Cashier
S Bank of Sumpter 3
TuniicU t Genual Btnkln lailntit
Interest Allowed on Time Deposits
Drafts diawii on al twits d tin .votlJ Spe.ijl altentluiClo .oilectlcns.
Safety Deposit boxes for rent.
S RIGHT?; EVERYTHING FRESH ",
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5R Granite St. & Sumpter, Ore.