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About The Sumpter miner. (Sumpter, Or.) 1899-1905 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 26, 1903)
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TALK OF THE TOWN.
George '- Altun left yesterday on it
tun ilayH' IjiihImcmh trip to Salem.
Attorney C. A. Johns, of linker
City, wiih ii business vlHltor In Sump
tor IIiIh week.
Tlio Progress Club will kIvo a
hocIiiI dnnoo at tlio Kills Opera Iiouho
Friday, September 1.
Charles Thomas, with the Fairbanks-
Morse company, returned today from a
business trip to 1'ortlaud.
Mrn, O. M. Sanford will leave Monday
for thu Willamette valley to join her
huflbaud, who ban puruhascd a farm
William Hern, of. Chicago, arrived to
day to look after investments in Gelsor
Hendry x propertied. He will visit the
Mr. and Mrn. Clark Snyder, who
were reuetitly married in Portland,
returned (IiIh moruiUK and will ro
uble on Granite Htreet, near Mill.
I). S. Hamilton, of Peeutonlca,
IIIIiioIh, arrived today and will visit
the Htandiinl tomorrow. Mr. Hamil
ton I accompanied by IiIh wife.
J. K. Killen, brother to I). I.. Killen,
of the Killen Warner Stewart company,
who ban Im'cii visiting hero for the pant
three montliN, left this week for IiIh
home nt Adumn, Nebraska.
Mr. ami MrH. Ilarley Wood, Mr. and
Mrn. William Kitchen, II. 11. Grlllln,
Charley Moore and Mr. and MrH. Mai
lory returned thin Meek from a Hulling
trip to Olive lake with a tine catch.
Indue M. H. Ileeso, of Lincoln, Ne
braska, who Ih lisiklug after thedevelov
ment til the Black Jack, came in from
the property yesterday. Judge Itccso Ih
president ol the Black Jack company.
Mr. and Mr. Nell J. Sorensen left
Hiftiday for a week's trip to HoIho.
Mr. Sorenson went on business and
Mrs. SoreiiHeii will visit friends dur
ing the time.
Joe lllauford, of linker City, and
John U. Thomas, of Uolse, both rep
resenting the New York Life Insur
ance company, have lieon la the dis
trict for the pant week,
Mrn. K. K. McCammnu left today for
Baker City to meet Mr. McCammon
wlio hue U'cii upending some time on
the I'uaHt, and lioth will no to Chicago.
They will remain about two moutliH
there and return to Sumpter.
J. 11. (iwiuii, of Pendleton, score
tary of the Oregon Wool Growers'
association, and a representative of
the New York Life Insurance com
pany, arrived In the city this morn
ing. To Start Grading.
Superintendent J. P. McGulgan, of the
Alamo, left this moruiuK for the prop
erty. He will Mart a crew grading for
the mill at once. The machinery is ex
pected noon. The sawmill recently
started ban, Mr. McGuigau states, cut
over 100,000 feet of lumber already.
Formation Indicates That Ore
Body Is Near.
Otto Horlockcr, general manager of
the Highland, was in from the property
yesterday and reports a four-foot breaBt
of greenish colored (piartz, Homewhat
mineralized, in the Bannockburn drift.
He thinks ho Ih breaking into the Ban
nockburn shoot, and will probably
know definitely within thu next ten
When Mr. Herlocker left for the mine
ho was accompanied by C. L. Kinney, of
UhricliHville, Ohio, who went to inves
tigate thu Highland with a view to in-veNtment.
WILL GO BACK TO IOTA.
Dr. Htppc Will Aft-iln Take Up the
Dr. W. II. Heppe, who has been con
nected for Home timo with thu Killen
Warner Stewart company bh editor of
the KaRtem Oregon Gold Fields, will
preach Sunday morning for the last time
at the Methodist church. Ilia theme
will be, "Tho World Constructive and
Transforming Power." In the evening
a sacred concert will be given at the
Dr. Heppe and family will leave for
Iowa about tho middle of September,
where he will again engage in ministerial
work. While his stay here was to regain
health and strength through a change of
work after a long period of ministerial
services, he has been active in lending
aid to the local church, and has respond
ed to numerous calls to deliver addresses
on oputar occasions. His stay has im
proved him much in health and he feels
that he should return to his chosen
work. He is still a member of the Iowa
conference, where he has several ap
K)intmentB in view.
Died of Typhoid Fever.
George L. Kdwards, a carenter at the
Golcomla, died this morning of typhoid
fever. The deceased was thirty-four
years old, ami leaves a wife and two
children. The remains will la) buried
Friday at Baker Citv under thu auspices
of the Masons.
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