|The Deseret News|
|Wed Aug 1, 1860||
Emigration - Companies of emigrants continue to pass through
this city daily, for Western Utah and California; many of them
having large droves of cattle and bands of valuable horses, most
of which, as well as their teams, are in good condition.
|San Francisco Call|
|Sat Aug 19, 1899||
General Jiminez Is Arrested At Cienfuegos / Aspirant for the President of Santo Domingo Prevented by United States Officers From Leaving Cuba. ............
|Mon Oct 3, 1904||
Two Killed And Many Injured By Being Hurled From Car ... List of Dead And Injured ....
|Sat Aug 14, 1909||
Two Daring Young Lads ... Robbers Captured by Sheriff's Posse
After Pursuit of Most
|Thurs Dec 21, 1911||
Married To 'Scientific Farmer' ... Turlock Man Takes Bride Under
|Tues April 9, 1912||
Obit for Isaac Stamper - In this city, April 8, 1912. Isaac, dearly beloved husband of Lena Stamper and loving father of Mrs Hattie Gellert, Mrs Ed Pelser and Mrs Max Reinhertz and Max, Leon, Ed and the late Charles Stamper, a native of Germany, aged 82 years. A member of Charity Lodge No 6, I O O F (Stockton, Cal. papers please copy)
|Mon June 9, 1913||
In this city, June 7, 1913, Julius Stamper, beloved husband of
Sarah Stamper, and devoted father of Mrs H Katz, Mrs B I Berman,
Mrs H Feldman, Mrs T House and Max J, Henry and Lawrence J Stamper,
a native of Posen, Germany, aged 79 years 7 months and 23 days.
A member of Morse Lodge No 257, I O O F; Magnolia Lodge, A O
U W, and Chebra Shalom.