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About The Sumpter miner. (Sumpter, Or.) 1899-1905 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 19, 1903)
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MINE IS SOLD.
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Hrmly Miporliiteudcut, tiro hoth
iiinderuly i'(iiliii'il mid have lni'Kf
ImillcH of mil already blocked out.
'J'llO IioIhI III till) lllltllliolt llUH llfCII
completed mill went into coininlf-Hioii
"All In all I ho dinti-lct prcsentH a
iiionI iii!oiiiiiKiiiK outlook, and in
my iiiilou Iiiih thi) MinkiiiK of anient
ninny exceptionally ?ood niincH. "
TALK OF THE TOWN.
PREPARING FOR WINTER.
Highland Company Getting in Supplies
For Cootinuoui Work.
Otto llcrluckcr, maniiKcr of the II lull
liinil, wlio wiih in from tliu property tliiH
week, Htati'H that the ore it) looking well
in tliu fiu'ii of tliu KaiiiKK'klmrn tunnel,
and that development work in projjrenH
iiiK very nutinfiietorily.
The Highland company Ih netting in
IIiiiIhth and varloiiH oilier mipplicH pre
paratory to eiintiiitiiiUH winter work.
Sumptcr Hat Improved.
II. II. Frit'., of Itcpuhlic, formerly in
the real entato liUHinexH here, arrived in
the city thin week. It Iiiih Ihhiii three
yearn Hinrii .Mr. Frit, left Snmpter and
he MalcH that the improemeutH nince
that time are almost beyond belief.
Since arriving he Iiiih vinlted hcvcral of
the neighboring eampH and llndn that
the minim; imhiHtry Iiiih improved won
derfully ninco he left.
Rtturoi to Iowa.
I. M. Kiley, uf Jefferson, Iowa, who
In working with the Killen Warner Stew
art company, left iIiIh afternoon for IiIh
homo after a moiitli'M stay in Sumpter.
Ho Ih interested in various Killen War
ner Stewart propertieH and is well
pleased with their iroHHctH.
Auditor Warner Here.
K. F. Warner, of Milwaukee, auditor
of the Killen Warner Stewart company,
accompanied by Mr. Warner, arrived
here Saturday. Since IiIh arrival he liai
visited the various iroertieii of the
At the Quebec.
KiiKineer A. 11. Hrowne returned thin
week from the Quebec. Work, hoHtatcn,
Ih progressing very satisfactorily at the
property uiiiler the new management.
A hotel with forty-iiue rooms fur
niHlieil, hiluatiil in a lie town, will be
wild for fL',700, half dow u. Foriu(orma
lion call at ItiNim 'J, Colorado llotit-c,
Ice Cream! Ice Cream!
On, and each day after May let
the renowned llaelwood Ice Cream
and Ice Cream Soda will be bad at
Sturglll'H. 10 ceutH a dish, 25
cents per pint.
Shampooing and Scalp Treatment.
Can Htop the hair from falling ill two
troatmentn. Call at Hoom 2, Colorado
iloiiHe. Will teach the business. 2t
Only the Dent brands ot liquors and
cigars at Dunphv's "The Club."
A. P. Smith, of Hoiirne, was in
the city thin week.
Colonel K. S. Topping went to linker
City yesterday on business
Attorney Charles II. Chance was avis
tor to linker City yesterday on business.
MIhh Klllo Grizzle returned Inst week
from (iranite, wlieru she wiih engaged as
a professional nurse.
Mrn. N. C. ItichanlH left thiH afternoon
for a nieiilliV viit to Portland, Seattlo
anil other count points.
CharlcH ThomaH, of the Fairbanks
Morse uoiiipauy, left today for I'ortland
to be (roue a couple of days.
X. F. Heath, the Denver mining
man, returned yesterday from a trip
through the Qmirlliurg (llstrlut.
F. M. Funk, of Fargo, S. !., is in tho
city looking up the district. Mr. Funk
in one of the Highland HtockhnlderH.
Mrn. I,. M. Welch, who Iiiih been visit
ing her old home at Kearney, Nebrnflka,
f r the past two months, returned thin
Walter Crouiii Iihh been called to IiIh
old home at WilkcHhnrrc, Pennsylvania,
on account of the illness of his mother.
He left Monday.
Hon. C.J. Warner, of Wuverly, Ne
braska, who has been here for some
time look I lie after his business interests,
returned home today.
I. M. Watters, the well known niiii
ing man, leaves thiH week for northern
British Columbia to examine property
for an Knglish syndicate.
MIsh Mnry Warren, of Itnhca, Now
Vork, sister of Mrs. Fred 1). Smith,
who Iiiih been visiting Sumpter for
some time, left Monday for the east.
A. I.. MuKwen, superintendent ot the
Forty Nine Jimmie, in the Greenhorns,
and a member of the tlrm of McKwen,
Arthur & McKwen, was a business visi
tor to liaker yef tcrday.
F. M. Klley, of the Killen, Warner
Stewart compauy, ami Dr. S. J.
Patterson, of Dunlap, Iowa, were in
the Quartzburg district this week,
ret ii rut utt yesterday.
I). L. Killen, president of the Killen
Warner Stewart company, and II. L.
Stewart, vice president of the compauy,
left last Saturday on a business trip to
Spokane.' They are exacted back tomorrow.
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J. H. CONNORS.
J. L. H4RVEY.
High Grade Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Club Rooms in Connection
Headquarters for Miners
A Large Stock
Of Sash and Doors
Red Cedar Shingles
Sumpter Lumber Co,
SUMPTER j OREGON
a B f-Af -.
l. J. HAZELWOOD, MANAGER
Dining Room in Connection. American Plan.
Headquarters for Mining and Commercial Men.
Sample Rooms. Stages for All Parts of Camp.
Baggage Transferred Free of Charge. Electric
Light and Steam Heat. j j j
Rates $2 to $3.50 a Day.