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J. . DUCKWOITM
Office. Vnter St.
Lakcvicw Ice, Transfer
and Storage Co
J. 1 IIUCKWOKTH, Manaoir
Transfer and Prayage Ice Delivered
nAClGAGE AND HOU8K1IOLD OOOl.S STOHKD
RATKS ri USISHKD O! lKMANO
R. M. BOLLER
HAVINO AN UP-1 0-DATE OUTFIT I
AM ABLE TO HANDLE ALL WORK
PROMPTLY AND SATISFACTORILY.
OFFICE AT KEENE & BARNES'
Piano & Safe Moving a Specialty
LAKE COUNTY ABSTRACT COMPANY
A Complete Record
We have made an enire transcript ol all R:ord8 In Lake
County which tn any way, affect Heal Property tn the county.
We have a complete Record of every Mortgage and transfer
rer made In Lake County, and ever Deed glren.
Errors Found In Titles
In transcribing the record we have found nnmerona roort
" gagp recorded In the Deed record and indexed; and many
' deeda are recorded Id the Mortmain? record and other books.
Hundreds of mortgagee and dfed are not Indexed at all. and
' most difficult to trace up from the records.
We have notations of all these Errors.
Others annot find them. e have put Hundreds of dollars
hunting up these errors, and we can fully guarantee our work.
J. D. VENATOR,
WALLACE & SON
(Wm. Wallace, Coroner tor Lako County)
PKOMPT ATTENTION AND
Parlors, next door
LOW ROUND TRIPS EAST
Throughout the summer season, on dates given below, ronod
trip tic kets .will be sold to 'he points in the east ehown below,
and maor others, at greatly reduced fares quoted.
Great Northern and Northern Pacific Railways
Atlantic City $111 00
Baltimore 107 50
lioston 1)0 00
Buffalo 91 50
Chicago 72 50
Colorado Springs 55 00
Denver 55 00
DATES OF SALE
May 2, 3, 4. 9. 10, 11. 17. 18. a, 2i. 1912
June 1. 6, 7. 8, 13, 14. 15, 17. IS, 19, -0, 21, 24, 25, 27, 2. 29, 1912
July 2. S, 6. 7, 11, 12, 15 IB. 20, 22. 23. 2, 29. 30, 31, 1912 ,
August 1.2, 3, 6, 7, 12, 15. 1. 22. 23. 29. 3U, 31, 1912
September 4. 5, 6, 7. 8, 11, 12, 30, 1912
Stopover and choice of routes allowed In each direction. Final return
limit, October 31, 1912.
Train leaving Bend 6 :30 A. M connects directly at Failbridge with
FAST THROUGH TRAIN EAST
Details of bchedules, fares, etc., will be furnished on request.
W. E . COM AN, Con'l Freight & Pam: Agt., PORTLAND, ORE.
J. H.. CORBETT, Agt., BEND, ORE.
IN TOWN AT THE
POST A KING. PROPRIETORS
Let The Examiner Figure
M. VEKNOM M. NUMKMH '
Tolephwno No. 101
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C1QAR STORE. PHONE No. 39 J
to Telephone Office
CENTRAL OREGON LINE
eii 50 Omaha 9 60 00
60 00 Philadelphia 10K 50
CO 00 Pittsburg 91 60
72 50 St. Louis 70 00
0 fiO St. Paul.. 60 00
105 00 Toronto 91 50
108 50 Washington 107 50
on Your Wext Job Work
The Boss Fisherman
(lit (lril News)
The drag net of the Northwest, the
prize angler from Anglerville, the biff
squeeze ftnherman of the world Nel
son Rounsevcll Is it.
In the glad morning time, at drowsy
noon tide, and when twilight's sha
dows fall athwsrt the gloaming, Nel
son io there with his rod and line and
merry ha ha, Johnny-on-the-spot. And
the manner m which he baits bl hook
and throws it to the wave makes one
feel sorry for the fish.
Goose Lake and the streams which
empty into it are the fisherman's para
dive. And Nelson Kounsevell snows it.
His auto tours with parties from every
where into the sequestered places ot
the wild where tinny tribe sport and
lave, have become features of New
fine Creek life that's worth the time
and effort. And the catches that come
home witn Nets are simply immense.
He's a game sport with the fly, and
his skill in this line is worthy of men
tion in "Rod and Gun" or "Sport
(High Grade News)
On the table of the Newt office is a
display of rAinersI specimens from
Camp Iliirb Grade and potatoes from
Goose Lake Valley : also a string of
speckled beauties from Lawson Creek
and a mammoth spray of peach, pear,
apple and apricot blooms from orchards
adjoining the town.
The mineral is seamed with gold and
silver, the scuds are of the "Mortgage
Lifter." and Kusset varieties produced
bv D. W. Thomas near the N.-C.-O.
depot. Tbey are whopper belonging
in the rlasa A category. The fish, are
rainbow and lake trout lured to our
table by the wiles of Nelson Rounse
veil, champion fish fiend of the world,
and the fruit blooms come from the
orchard of Harry Aldridge, our worthy
This display is as interesting from
a commercisl standpoint as it is unique.
It clearly demonstrates the resources
snd possibilities of the Warner range
and the valley on either side, the re
gion of splendid promise, of magnicent
opportunities, of mineral wealth un
told, of noil the fertility and energy of
which pa.-elb all understandlrg, of the
region where dreams come true.
Alaska In Lino
(High Gra te News)
N. T. Cory and Julius Papke started
Tuesday on an extended prospecting
trip. Tbey intend to go to the Windy
Hollow count-y and from there work
along the eastern side of the Warner
mountains towards the High Grsde dis
trict following the snow as it disap
pears. Mr. Cory wss smong the first
of tbe stampeders to the Klortdyke and
ba spent a number of years in the
Yukon territory and Alaska. Mr.
Papke is also an Alaskan "Sourdough."
Last summer he was foreman for Cap
tain Moufflet, nf tbe French army, who
invented a new cyanide pro -ess and a
new concentrator with which he experi
mented on black ssnd obtsined from
tbe second beach line west ot Penny
river in tbe Nome district.
Joe Bruner, of the firm of Bruner &
Kellogg, agents for the High Grade
townsite on the school section, came
over from Ft. Bidwell Sunday and is
opening an office in New Pine Creek.
The News welcomes this enterprising
firm to New Pine Creek and predicts
that the selection of tb's place for gen
eral camp headquarters will prove both
pleasant and profitable to all concern
ed. Mr. Bruner has done yoeman ser
vice in behalf of High Grade and Is
entitled to tbe success that is sure to
Old man Gets Busy
(High Grade News)
A. H. Oidman, of Wyoming, former
ly of Cripple Creek, Grand Encamp
ment and other western camps, has
been in this district for a month and
has a fine group ot claims at Camp Le
Roy up Pine ereek. Mr. Oidman has
had experience as a practical miner for
sixteen vears nd states that he has
never seen a good camp in bis life that
was exempt from tbe knocker. He
beard tbe rap of the hammer in Cripple
Creek, Grand KncamDment, Goldfleld
and other camps and lived to see them
make good, and he says that High
Grade will outclass them all.
"This district has the greatest show,
ingof anv camp I have ever seen in
manv years mining experience," de
clared Mr. Oidman.
Bidwell Visitors '
(High Grade News)
J. F. Cutler and F. A. Bell spent
Saturday night and Sunday morning in
New Pine Creek. They represent the
wide Bwake, pushing element in our
sister city and are enthusiastic in their
praise of Bidwell and Surprise valley,
which they have a right to be.
Mr. Cutler was one of the active
agencies in the organization of the Ft.
Bidwell Booster club and has contribut
ed generosly of his time and effort to
the upbuilding of the town. Both gen
tlemen were surprised at the activity in
evidence on this side of the hill.
J l Howell, a popular drugKlfcus of Green
burg, Ky. nr.. "We u niainborlalii's round
K.m.dy iu our owu liouaeuold ami know It la
A BIG EXCURSION
TO HIGH GRADE
Party of Wealthy People
To Visit The Great
(High Orado News)
Plana to bring a mammoth excursion
of wealthy people into Camp High
Grade from all parts of the country
were practically agreed upon at meet
ing in Wendt's Hall Thursday night.
The matter will be farther discussed at
the meeting of the Commercial club
next Wednesday night.
The enterprise was preposed by the
News, and will be conducted under the
auspices of the sewspaper publishers,
officers of commercial bodies snd boost
era in Fort Bidwell, Alturas, New Pins
Creek and l.akevlew, all of whom are
appointed special rommlttcrnon to get
busy, attend Wednesday night's meet
ing and aid in making of this excursion
a grand suceess. Excursionists will
lie escorted to sll the towns mentioned
and to the mines of High Grsde with
(High Grsde News)
The New Pine Creek Commercisl
Club Is less than a year old. It was
organised before the present ex
citement on High Grade began.. At
present there are eighty-three active
members with W. A. Schsuer as preai-
ent, Edward Keller vice president. Dr.
O. E. Patterson secretary, H. M. Flem
ing treasurer and Edward Keller, G.
H. Aldridge and J. H. Miller as trus
tees. This bodv is one of the moat
enthusiastic, active and potential or
ganisations of its kind in all the Great
New Stage Route
( H'gli tirade News)
Geo. W. (Cyclone) Thompson has
completed srrsngemcnts to establish
a stage route between New Pine Creek
and hort Bidwell via the town of High
Grade in addition to a Ireignt line oi
two si horse teams. Mr. Thomson
pledget rapid snd ssfe transit to pas
engera on bis four horse stsge. He
will run the stage daily botlwsys. Mr.
Thompson states tbst all mail between
New Pine Creek and Fort Bidwell will
be carried free of charge until the con
tract is let.
Mr. Thompson has staged and
freighted all over the West. In Mon
tana, Nevada, Oregon and elsewhere.
He hauled the first load of freight to
At the age of fifteen be drove a six
Corse Concord Coach from Red Rock,
Montana into Salmon Citv, Idaho.
While energetic and active he is care
ful and safe, and has never had a
serious accident booked against biro.
Township Plats Filed
Depsrtment of the Interior, United
Ststes Land Office, Lskevlew, Oregon,
To Whom It May Concern :
Notice is hereby given that the fol
lowing township plats of survey will be
filed in this office at 9 a. m. June 10,
Township 398., Range 12 E. W.M.,
being Sections 1, 2, 3, E 1-2 of Sec. 4,
NE 1-4 of Seo. 9. Sees. 10, 11, 12,
Nl-2, and SW1-4, Sec. 13, Seo. 14,
El-2 and NW1-4, Sec. 15, El-2 Sec. 22,
W 1-2 and NE1-4, Seo. 3.
Township 39 S, Section 13 E. W.M.,
being NW1 4 and Sl-2 Sec. 5, Sees. 6,
7, 8, 17, 18, Nl-2 Sec. 19, Nl-2 and
SE 1-4, Sec. 20, W 1-2 and SEl-4, Sec
21, Nl-2 Sec. 28, NE1-4 Sec. 29.
Any and all of these lands will be
subject to selection, filing or entry on
and after above named date, unless
lsnds are otherwise withdrawn, reserv
ed or appropriated.
In this connection notice is hereby
given that the following part of above
named lands are within the Fremont
National Forest and therefore cannot
be entered. All of Sees. 1, 2, 12, T 39
S, R 12 E. WM. ; and W 1-2 Sec 4, all
of Sees. 6, 6, 7, 8, 17, 20, 21, T 39 S.
R 13 E. W.M.
A. W. Orton, Register.
(Illgli Gradu News)
Ed Trevarrow, who for a number of
years was superintendent of the Vindi
ciator mine at Cripple Creek, and Jack
Bell, who was superintendent of Strat
ton's Independence at the great Colora
do gold camp, accompanied by B. X.
Dawson, a prominent mining man for
merly of Colorado but now of Los
Angoles, and Charles L. Fulton, now
of New Pine Creek, went up to Investi
gate the Sunshine mine last month.
These practical mining men, who are
every one of them experts, carefully
examined and sampled the- property
and it is reported that the average of
all the samples taken was nearly $300
per ton in goM.
Don't forget that we cairy in stock
for sale all kinds of iron, br.lU and
chuius, thimble skeins and Iron ana
ituel axles Arzuer Bros. tf
(lllull drain' News)
And still they come. The snow llnw
creep up tho lo and the prospector
follows. Another camp la on the map,
Camp I.e Hoy, midway between New
Pine Creek and lltgh Grade. It pro
mlses to be a hummer.
The ramp I named for U. G. I.e
Roy, who has prospected that locality
carefully for the last six years,
.a a. at.
Against oi ii ann in me race oi ousts
ctes and discouragement he hammered
I away, nvvrr lor moment luaonK hi
!hla abiding faith that there waa a good
time com I iu. And It seem now to bo
a glad realisation. The big chunk of
free gold quarts which he brought
down to the New cities on Wednesday
from one of his claims made the old
timers' eyes water,
Mr. Le Roy has four clsima in his
group, three In California and one in
Oregon. He is developing them syste
matically and has made a fine showing
for the work he has done.
; Bruner, The Booster
(limit Initio Ni'wa)
Tbst's what "Joe" is, and has been
fur twenty odd years. It is just a way
Jo has, a habit ho formed when he
was a whole lot younger than he la
now. "Joe" doesn't like to Isy down
and quit like a dog nor snm.ie like
hibernating quadruped. He likes to
get up in the morning snd look at the
sun and smile and sspire to do things
before the sun goes down. And some
thing genersly hsppens every day
wherever Joejiappcna to be.
And that is why the Cripple Creek
Times, the paper which the writer es
tablished more than twenty yesrs sgo
in the great old gold camp which toth
"Joe" Bruner snd the writer always
atrived to make greater and never,
never "knocked" for the million' h
fraction of a second that Is why the
Times now misrepresents and maligns
"Joe'' Bruner when he strives to boost
another great gold camp that wllleclip
se even glorious old Cripple Creek as
surely as the sun shines.
When the Crmple Creek Times was
the Cripple Creek Crusher, Cripple
Creek was knocked, vilified and be
smeared with filth and vicious misrep
resentations and its "boosters" of the
"Joe" Bruner type, who placed it on
the msp snd heralded the legends of Its
wonderful weslth sll over the world,
were made the victims of wanton snd
cowardly attack, just as Guyot and
Bruner are todsy.
"Bruner the Booster," or anyLody
else the "Booster," sounds mighty good
to the News, but the founder of the
Cripple Creek Times and one of the
founders of the High Grade News is
sshsmed of his journalistic posterity
born smong the porphyry dikes and
gold-seamed fissures of Poverty gulch
on December 4, 1891.
A Valuable Acquisition
(High Grade News)
New Pine Creek and Camp High
Grade are indeed fortunate in the ac
quisition of Dr. G. A. Knox of Ssn
Francisco, who has cp.ncd an office at
New Pine Creek in coi.i.ction with Dr.
O. E. Patterson. Dr. linox graduated
at the University of ruull crn Califor
nia and spent six years as assistsnt
urgeon in tbe United Stste nsvy, bav
ins been ststioned at Tientsin and Pe
kin, China, during the Boxer war. Dr.
Knox stands high in his profession in
Sen Francisco as an adept In major
surgery, hsving performed msny skill
ful and successful operations of an in
tricate chsrscter. Dr. Knox wss con
nected with the French hospital of that
city for a number of yeara. The doctor
was with Msior Wsller in his campaign
sgainst the Moros in the Island of
Noted Expert Here
(High Urado Newn)
F. Li. McCready. a mining engineer
of note, h; ben in the High Grade
disti'ict three weeks and will leave in
a week for the southern part of Cali
fornia to report on other properties.
He spent six years In the south Ameri
can countries of Bolivia, Chili and Peru
and also visited Mexico and British
Mr. McCready will return In June
and remain six weeks In High Grade
snd then will lesve tor Bolivia to ex
pert property there. Ills reputation
stands verv hieh and his time la always
in demand on the mother lods hsving
picked ten large winners, lie , repre
sents San Francisco and Oakland capi
tal which hs already spent many thou
sands in camp.
Impressed With Activity
(High (Initio News)
E. B. Hall and Claude Daggett of
Klamath Falls and Bob Baldwin of
Lakevlew eatne down to New Pine
Creek from the county seat Thursday
morning in Creed McKendree's auto on
a flying visit to the High Grade coun
try. Mr. Hall is proprieto of the Bald
win hotel at Klamath Falls and an old
Colorado mining man. Mr. Daggett
is county treasurer of Klamath county.
Both gentlemen were Impressed with
the activity displayed here and Mr.
Hall was especially interested In the
samples of ore he inspected while here
from the High Grsde district. The
letter gentleman csught the fever and
declared he would return here shortly
after June 1.
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