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f. P. DUCKWORTH
Office. Water St.
H. VtnmOM H. HUNKER
Telephone No. 101
Lakevicw Ice, Transfer
and Storage Co
J. l'A lll'CKWOKTH. Manaokr
Transfer and Dray age Ice Delivered
BAGOAGK AND HOrSKHOLl) GOODS STOKKU
RATES ri RM!ll: ON DKMAM
"OUU CUSTOM Kits AUK OUK A1VKKT1SEKS,
R. M. BOLLER
I1AVIN0 AN UP-10-DATE OUTFIT I
AM ABLE TO HANDLE ALL WORK
PROMPTLY AND SATISFACTORILY.
OFFICE AT KEENE A BARNES CIOAR STORE. PHONE No. 39m
Piano & Safe Moving a Specialty
IN HIGH GRADE
Starts Now Dlstrlctof Rich
Gold Ledges at Head
of Kelley Creek
LAKE COUNTY ABSTRACT COMPANY
A Complete Record
We hare made an entire transcript of all Records In Lake
County which In any way. affect Real Property In the county.
We have a complete Record of every Mortgage and transfer
ever made In Lake County, and ever Deed given. '
Errors Found In Title
In transcribing the records we have found numerona mort
gage recorded In the Deed record and indexed; and many
deeds are recorded In the Mortgage record and other books.
Hnndreds of mortgages and deeds 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 We bno pat nn'idreds of dolla's
bunting up these ernrn, Pad we con lolly guarantee our wo
J. D. VENATOR,
WALLACE & SON
(Wm. Wallace, Coroner tor Lake County)
PKOMPT ATTENTION AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
Parlors, next door to Telephone Office
$9.95 Round Trio
BEND TO PORTLAND
The Rose Festival
ALL WEEK JUNE 10-15
Tickets Sold June 9, 10, 11 Return Limit June 17
CENTRAL OREGON LINE
The Greatest Floral and Civic
Carnival of the Year
f-plendH parades, music, decorations, illumination, water and field
sports every day.
Oregon Trunk Railway trains run dally without charge between
Central Oregon points and Portland. Train leaving Bend 6:30 A. M.
Details will be furnished on request.
W. E . COM AN, Gon'l Freight & Paan. Agt., PORTLAND, ORE.
J. H.. CORBETT, Agt., BEND, ORE.
W H I SK I E S
IN TOWN AT THE
POST A KING. PROPRIETORS
T. S. McDougal arrived In ramp
from Porcupine, Canada, on May 1 and
has been inventing and prospecting the
district. Mr. McDougal is associated
with Wm. Kilingford in a group of
claims at the head of Kelly Creek.
Surface rock from the ledges assay
well. The formation is tegular anil
minus the faults in evidence elsewhere
in the district.
Roth of these gentlemen have had
long and varied experience tn the min
ing game and both express unqualified
confidence in Camp High tirade.
Mr. Ellingford has operated at I'ark
City and Mercer Utah, and at Delmar,
Nevada. Mr. McDougal has operated
in Colorado, Arizona and Alaska. They
say that the territory occupied by the
Big Four, Sunshine and Huckleberry
groups is certain to produce great
mines. High Grade News.
ON HIGH GRADE
Capt. F. J. Evans With Ex
(High Grade News)
Editor News: In response to your
request for my opinion on the mineral
conditiors ot this camp and- in constl
deration of your earnest endeavor to
make fair and conservative representa
tions to the enquiring public. I wit
briefly gie vou my impressions so
fsr as I have examined the territory,"
The formations as I see them are
porpvhry, trarite and phunolite, with
! andicite' lava Mows. The quarts in
trusions beine rapped with iron gossen
where decomposition has set tree gold
values formerly held in the sulphide.
Some very good values being found in
the name. If granites were more
strongly in evidence, 1 think the Trip
pie Creek miner would find some ditfl
culy in classifying any very material
difference between this district and
that a proper system of mining will in
my opinion open up msny surprises, and
I am quite sore this camp will be on
the map as a producer for many years
to oome. If mining is properly done and
men are tound with the courage, to In
vestigate in a legtiroate way. My con
fidence is fully established and I am
here to stay and will enlist capital for
F. L. Evans. C.E. and E.M.
RICH DISCOVERY AT
Callfornian Discovers Sul
phide Belt in Granite
These are the days in which sensa
tions change each action in rapid suc
cession in the Warner Range.
Mr. E. M. Root a well known mining
man of Sierra County, who has been in
camp for over a month. Two weeks
ago he made a trip to the Cedarville
Pass country about 25 miles south, of
New Pine Creek, returning on Wednes
day, and bringing with him samples of
He had eight tests made of the sam
ples, which represented surface out
croppings. The lowest return was $1.20
and the highest $352.00.
This assay is among the best return
ed by W. S. Moore our local assayer.
Mr. Root says that the general
cock roach ot the locality is granite
and limestone with dikes of porphyry
and serpentine. The veins are large
fissure in the contacts. The ore Is a
highly siheious material carrying sul
phides. Ualena is In evidence and one
very high assay was made of a sample.
Mr, Root's discovery has resulted in
great excitement In the district and
parties are outfitting for the new digg
ings. High Grade News.
A REWARD of fifty dollars is bere
hy offered for I u formation that will
lead to the arres1 and conviction of
any person who baa stolen wires or
other property, from our Company;
and the same reward is hereby offered
for information that will lead to the
arrest and :nnviotlon of anyone des
troying ti property of the Company.
Chas. Urn bach,
(Secretary Lake Co. TeL & Tel. Co
for uinmcrdlnrrolic. In chlluicu a:ay Uae
t'liambtrlaifi's Culie Clioli-rs and IMsrroht'a
Remedy sod cantor oil, sod a ipeedy ture l cer
tain For title by all dealers
Our First Looometlvss.
The first looomotUe In the United
Btales were lu-ottulit over from lCiig
Inud by Homilo Allen of Now York
In the fall vt ISini or the spring of
KtO, mul one of them was art up on
the lielswnre and Hudson railroad at
Cnrbonditlo, Pit., tint, being found too
henry for the truck, Its use was aban
doned. The tlnt locnmollve construct
ed In this country wna built by the
West Point foundry nt New York In
isao for the South Carolina rnllroed
and named the Phoenix. A second en
gine wna built the anme year by the
same estsbllshnicnt and for the same
road and named the West Point. In
the spring of 1N31 a third engine was
built by the same establishment for
the Mohawk & Hudson rnllrond from
Ail'itiiv to rVticucctady and ailed the
IV Witt Clinton. This was the drat
locomotive run lu the state of New
York. The first Stephenson locomotive
ever Imported Into tlila country wna
the Robert Fulton, This engine wna
brought out lu lite summer of 1H31 for
the Mohawk & Hudson railroad. It
was snb.eiiently rebuilt and named
the John Hull.
The Eaglat'a First Flight.
IT. It. Mcephcrson gives dramatic
account of the tint flight of an eaglet
whose life from babyhood be bad
watched. One dny he ventured to the
edge of the cliff continuing his cradle
and looked about. Suddenly bis moth
er swung puM on slleut wings and
"tried to tempt him from hi fast
ness." Hut he wn miwIUlnz or afraid.
Aguln the mother hovered round, and
a wild, weird ry ring through the
glen. "For the tlrt time t had heard
the yelp of ttiu iidult eiicle. the voice
of the queen of birds i ulllttg to her
you uk. The enplft hecpod continuous
ly until ho tluptcd to I tu' ery edge of
the abyss, listening to her call. And
now he. too, chnnged bit cry: hU voice
eeeincd to brenk. iud the iidult yell
burst from his throat. The eiiglc
called to e;ich other, yelp siionerliig
yelp. The young eiiie giutcd round
hlui. spread out hi trlnnt w itijr nml
vanished forever from m.v Night anion;:
the ledges below. The eaglet bud left
the nest and bad down.
Baboons and Water.
In Captain Drnyaou'a "Sporting
Bcenes Among tho Kaffirs" we find the
following: "Well." said Kemp, "when
I go iuto a ro ii u try where there I not
much water 1 nlwsys take my ba
boon." "You don't drink him. do youT"
"No, but I make hi in show me water."
"How do you do that?" "In this way:
When witter gets scarce I give the
Rurlnn none. If be does not seem
thirsty I rub a little suit on his tongue.
I then take him out wltb a long string
or chain. At first It wus dH'oVult to
make him understand what was want
ed, for he always wished to go back
to the wagons. Now. however, he Is
well trained. When I get him out
some distance I let bin) go. He runs
aloug a bit. scratches himself, shows
his teeth at me. tnkes a smell up wind,
looks all round, picks up a bit of gruaa,
smells or en is It. stands up for mother
sniff, canters on. and so on. Wherever
the nearest water Is there be is aure to
The Tyrant In the Field.
There have bi-on few commanders so
tyrannous as Loper, the dictator of
Paraguay, when. In the war of 1SU5-70,
It fought single bumlcd the neighbor
ing countries of Argentina, Ilni7.ll and
Uruguay. Lope, says Mr. W. IL Koe
bel In bis "Argeutlun." was wont to
carry the theory of victory or death to
an uncomfortable point "Officer
were executed for mere remarks
whose tone fell beneath the standard
of confidence that Ixipez had set up
for himself. One. for Instance, was
shot for having announced In the
course of his duty that the enemy was
strongly Intrenched: Another met his
end on account of an unguarded
speech to I ho effect that the Para
guayan army was accustomed to count
the enemy's losses and forget its own."
Old Time Railway Travel.
Third class passenger coaches In
England used to be coupled ou next to
the engine. The travelers came In for
terrihle treatment when sny accident
occurred. At times the engine was
driven tender first. In which ease frozen
bands could he warmed at the smoke,
f'nek. The passengers were packed,
seventy of them. Into a truck eighteen
feet In length by seven aud a half lu
width. There was no roof and not, as
a rule, proper protection at the sides.
Victim If your hair restorer Is good,
why Is it that you nre bald yourself?
Barber-Well, sir, onco I hud a very
big order for ladles' plaits, aud to exe
cute It I used some extra doses of my
restorer over my hair and got half a
dozen long plaits, sir. Hut it drew all
the hair out of my constitution, sir."
Of all the fine arts, music la that
which hns most Influence on the pas
sions and which the legislator ought
the most to encourage. Napoleon Do.
Host (at village inn, entering bed
room at 3 a. ui., tu occupunt of the
bed i -I! eg pardon, sir, but two more
tourists have arrived. Have you slept
"What did the fellow do who atole
the drum from the band when be saw
the lender coming with a policeman"
"Tie bent It." Hultluiore American.
eorfulness la nn offshoot of good
und wisdom. Bovee.
EVANS BUYS THE
Portland Man Invosts and
Will Sink the Shaft
High (Irn.ls News)
Another High tirade top notchrr
has been rocured by outside people,
Capt. K. L. Kvans, of Portland, who
has been Investigating High Grade
properties for a week, has closed a deal
whereby he secures from Kd. Keller,
1. 8 Smith and Hirt Wade the famous
Del Floy procrty located between the
Sunshine and the Hlg Four.
The terms of the contract necessitat
es sinking the shaft uOO feet and the
expenditure of $.",000 In development
during the tirst six month. Work will
begin witin ten days on a practical up-to-date
system and will be pushed with
Capt. Evans hs plenty of money be
hind him. Ho is certsln tha' he has se
cured a fine property and being an ex
perienced mine operator and the News
expects to hear good reports from tho
Cecil Rhodes on Mining
The late Cecil Rhodes, the million
are mine owner and operator of large
mining concerns in Africa, ha been
quoted several times upon thla subject,
the following being from one of his
"I speak advisedly, and ssy what
every man who has investigated knows
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w.rrlaij Itilvriiir ... riaiirr
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'trlfynl riiimiri' .. I tiaar Naa
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aiiTa jciunau niariuoi.
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iftliur w. (irinu
fr4 I' I ruiii iulilcr
(ilitx-rt t lltown
Ni'iaun J. KUiitira
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kra W BsuiUar
Irraaurar P. O. Ahlaima
Aaarwir A.J, fnaur
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t oumr 4to-k luawriir.. U r.Mallnf
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K. K. Kluabait
K. K I liaiiaf i
K. M. Imko i (feaaalii...
to be the truth, that lens money Is lost j i;, Vih I
proportionately In mining than any
other business in the world, and Isrgrr
fortunes are made in mining and In
investments of mining stocks then in
any busines or any investment on
earth. A good mining stock will pay
the investor more easily twenty, thirty,
forty 'or one hundred per cent, annually
then municipal bonds, railroad bonds
and stock for government bonds can
possibly psy five per cent. Money in
vested in a good mining stock is ssfer
than in a bank, than In mortgages,
railroad securities, municipal or govern
"The security of good mining stock is
the raw material of money itself; it is
the 'stuff' at whose feet governments,
cities banks railroads, mortgiges, lsnd
corporations ai d all forms of business
"I speak only of gold and silver
mines, from the metsl of which blooms
and develops the everlasting dollar.
The crude metsl In our gold
and silver mines is the first and best
security In all the world. This is whst
mskes tsnklng a possibility: thla is
wbat gives legs to a municipality, I
spine to a government and creates the
business of the world into a living,
breathing, active creaturo of life."
These words are from one who made
mining a study and whu I. as been em
inently succebsful In its pursiut. He
gives us the advice of a man who
Wm. Raltai-e Konrw
F.a k a v i a w co m m ai-1 a I r i.r a
J-fa.t.l. ut K L. Hrtllaa
Vie. I'r. aidant Kliurr C. Abl.lruu,
Swii-lafjr r. g (J. tt.ar.ll
Trnaaurar rrai k riles
Iruaic J. W. Munlar, 11. Vt . Muraaa,
W. f. ft.wa
r -PaMi-a ajaaaaa,
riSHT MttHOUlHT tMt'Hrit-stlKDA?
Icbuol al lu a. in. fiaarhlng ttvrr buailaf at
II a. ra. ami 7.40 p. ra. tiootlU I aaua ai.rt
m)ar r..iiilli at :. Vrajmr Mavilua; Thun
lar al 7 :u i. m. l'6..lr niwllng al S:B)p. m,
..allna' Aid K.ary lurla at l:u p, ta,
ivvrjrbotl cunllalijr IuvIUnI i all arrvtc..
M . T. Vt IKK, raalur.
riKxT HArllnT 11ILKCM or l.AKKVIr.M
rrnarhln asrvlr al II A M ami 7:au V M oa
Utiuiliiil Hun, hiiDilar Hrbixtl al 10 A M.
;uulnr S. lniy al I Ml r M. Hapllal taunt
1'a.iplo'a I nu.o m l:w r X no vara Humlaf.
eiayrf Mcviint al 7 U 1' M M l uaatlar ava.
alng. Kraribvol lnvltr la ailu all vt
' icaa. kKV. A. r. SIMMONS
CAt HOI.K'l Ht'kl M-SVKKY Mt'NUAV M AMH
al:uuaad lua.ni ( Roaerr at 7:10 u.ta. Maaa
ou Markdayi at J:uo a m. Krvln-a In lha hair
I tiurcb. MATIUAH WNMlIt, SJ.
HHnr ruKMHYIKKIAN I'llUKrll Or LAXK
V1KW. uiu In Ilia Maaiinlo Hall. Similar
Ki buol al 10 no A.M.i Mnruma; Hvrvleaal lra
K.aiilm wrTira al 7:W. I'larr Mvalin an
VYrdiuaUaya al 7:30 P.M. All ara rordlalli U.
TUr.l KKV, W, M 1-HYwK. I l . l-a.uir.
knows, who has no a.xc to grind, and Is prV. i"fL'.1.'. J,"",,",'j""1 "P"
. , . ui-?tluaa U)m call, si'litrallr Halurdar ei
the exact onuosito of tro unreliable " viaiiinK br.uiiran wriminii. vv, L
promoter who has nothing tu offer hut
unproven theories and the worthless I u!i'.A w.'I'K.,V,f lxtlHl HK '";
advice of inexperience.
Fl KMT HAKllrit lll'KI II Ktt WHMI 1.4 Kt
al Naw I'lna iik, uriv.iB. rraarbltll ar
rlcraal 11 A M ami 7:mi M at aacto Siinoai
ol ar uinutb. humlav Srhwil alio AM.
frarn-r Krrrli al 7:SUon Wclnolar a.anlna
il aaca aja.l. All ara cufliallji lovllatl lo
tllvud ibe aarvlcra.
KKV. U HHNtHKmiN,
LAKKVIKW MUMiK No 71. A. K. at A M. Holila
aialrd mwiluai halunlay on or l lora full
iniMin. January S.ih. Wan d 2nl, Marrb JSJiu
-lUonipaon., w. M. i A. W.Ortuu.Sve'jr
(High (Jradn News)
S. M. Mingus returned from a circle
whirl to Sacramento, San Francisco,
Oakland and Reno on Monday night
after an absence of three weeks. Mr.
Mingus is extensively interested in
the High Grade district both on the hill
and at Willow Ranch.
He hns lined up a bunch of mining
men who will visit the district soon
with a view to investing. He reports
that many people will visit the ramp
during the season.
M J Unwell, a popular drtiKKlnaa ol Uruan
burs, Ky, aya, "We ua dmiulHTlaln'i (,'oinh
llnini'dy In our own tiouaebold ami know II li
Uiilnler Heer on druught at the Inu
Rainier on lirangtli or in bottles at
tho Brewery. 2t
The best butter Oliver's 10 cents
per pound at Hieber's Cash otore.
Ifyoiiwuotu really good smoke
for a oickle, try Btorkinau's l-uder.
For a real bargain for a house and
lot in Lukuview, nee J. N. Watson. 2
For sale: 1J0 acres sago brush land
under canal, fenced, $25 per acre. See
J. N, Watson. (if
MpU rr atN'.iud and Inurtb Tnaratlar ol
ai:b rminib. III Maaiulc Hall, Lakailaw.
I'faaa. Tounlugaru. M.W.j Wiu. liuntbur, K.
Ufct.KKS or IIUNOK -LAK tMMOKK 1., or.
No. 77, l. of II., A.O. U. W Moaia ,r-i and
third Tburailaya ot each noutU nur
Hall: Mary 1'oai, r. ol II.; J. Halle Anaar. I.
ol II.; Uira huydur li. ot C.J AlauiMla
I o. o, K -LAKKVIKW MjihjI, No. Si. 1
O K., meeu ovary Saturday vvuuiik . j , i
rollowa Hall, al fiHVo'clmiV, Irom Odini vi 1
Ui April 1, aud at olrlm k Iroiu Apni 1 lo
SVpU'UitxT su. It. u. Hoiula, N. U.;
I. O. O. K.-i.AKfcV Ir.W KN( AMI'MKM' NO. 1
1. O. O. F., uirvta Ilia Aral and ihird Thuia
Jay erruliiiiiulvaeb mouth lu Odd follow.
Hall, Ijiacvlew. C. 1). Aribiir, (J. 1'., A. II
KKHKk' All I.OIMIK-I.AKKVIKW I.OIX.K, No
tt, I. o. o. r imnia Ilia HHx,nd aud tourib
Krldaya ol t-arb moiilh In Odd Kellnwi Hail.
Mra Ki-lla I li.-n. y, N ii; Mlaa Ixiulaa Htora
nan, V; Allcu iiuutlug, Triiaaurur; M. 1.
A Good Position
Cau be had by ambitious young
men and ladles in the field of " Wire
loss" or railway telegraphy. Hlnce
the 8 hour law became effeqtlve, and
since the wireless companies are es
tablishing stations throughout tho
country there is a great ahortngo of
telegraphers. 1'osltlons pay begin-
era from $70 to 90 per month, with
good chance of advancement. The
National Telegraph Institution of
Portland, Ore., operates under super
vision of R. K. and wireleHs oflli-iafo
mid places all gradunti'M Into posi
tions. It will pay you to write tbem
lor full details.
O k. M. OK1KNTAL II AITKH, NO t, LaKK
flow, OrKou, Meola on 1 uia.lay, ou or ba
:ir full iiiihiii and two weoka liurualler, In
Vlaliing luuinour arn vonllally Invlttid.
I.II.I.IK UAllUlH, W.M,
All 1'ractlcA Kxwpt U. H.
Land Oiflce Huiluess.
L,. K t;iin
Attorney at Law
and Notary Public
J, D. VENATOR
Attorney at Law.
Idind natters Mprrlnlty
OKflOE Half Rulldlns.
Land and Law Ottlce
Abstractor of Titles
Kitabllahed IKSi lkarlxw.Of
W. LA1K THOMI'HOISI
Attorney at Law
Office tu O. V. L. Oo.'m Hiillding.
llupidnat (llrl In Lincoln
4 Llnooln, Neb., girl wrlt, "I bad "
ailing lor aoiuellum with rhrouln tuiiiall ' I
and alinnai h Iroulile, 1 lit itan taking, l -win-In
itiiln'a Htoinai'h and I Iviir Tali eiH and In
Hires daya 1 wat atilo to be up and got Inner
rl k li along I am tho prondt at atrl lu Mm-oln
In Mud auub a good remedy" For aala by !