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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (June 27, 1912)
A DRY SADDLE WHEN
IT RAINS IF YOU WEAR
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'Slltler of Quality
$3. SO Evanrwhev
A. J. TOWER CO.
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tlon or any patent matter,
writ liiiuwdlntcly to IV. W.
Wit l( HIT, rruiMlvn-il attorney. Loan
it Trust MilK; WASJUSUTOS, IK V.
J. I- LYONS, 0. U. 5.
Office In WiImd'i Block. Lake
tiht Vtar. tjarianr Id Mtaanai.
Nrviuu .1 lalrtraiir o Mtokiaa
M. P. Hopkins
Office: FOnn AWtf-t AT.
Lakovlew : : Oregon
J. N. Watson
Farm Land a Spoolalty
LAKEVIEW t OREGON
It pays, to be prudent
when it comes to pro
tecting your gardens
from the squirrel vannin
HALL & REYNOLD'S
SQUIRREL AND GOPHER
FOR SALE IN ALL QUANTITIES
TTTGood wiring is
1 1 the very best
insurance policy you
can have and the
cheapest. We do it.
V i. Tfc. Oregon Oil.
Ifnrula and Nerada
rVV-. Live Htoea I'otoi
Wri'l ! Asaoclalnn, ot
whK'li to. unaur
iKii.d lit mcmlwir
Will glTK 1,IU0U0
ruwanl lot erluuiio.
lflllllC to id. r
r.al and conviction
y of any par ly or par-
ties nlt'all ii a borax.,
oaltleoa aiulun be
lonrlUKtoaof of lla
in addition to Hi. ahoT., the uiHterdsusd
offer, on th. atn.oondltlun IA O.0Olur.il hor
M branded bornonhoa liar ou both or cither
tiw. Brand reoordud lu eliat eotiutlei. Nairn.
arui-T. Lake and Crook vouullea. Uorioa
rented when told.
Non. hut grown horaeaaold, and oulrln larire
ohcliw W. W.UaowN.Kifa.OraKou.
Practical Painter '
rrf I have recently located In
UI Lakeview, und In conjune
Hi tlon with the Lakeview
MtuvHiitlfa Co., im prepared to
liumllo uny work and supply
material for nil contracts in
Let the Kxn miner figure on
your next Job Printing.
This 8aion'i Harvest
Will Add Millions to The
Portland, Oregon, June 17. (Special
to tba Enamlner) IJumper crops and
prevailing good prlcee ara eapected
In put the farmer, of the I'aelflo North
want In high (rood humor f hi Fall, and
through him, tha three states ara ai
pertad to prosper aa navar before,
Kvery Indication la for big ylelde In all
tha etaple producta and for aomo prlcea
will ba very high.
Tha biggest wheat crop aver harvest
ad la predicted for Oregon, Washington
and Idaho and it la thought tha yield
will reach 70,000,000 buihela, worth
S52.dO0.OO0. Oata ara expected 'jo add
118.675.000 to tha farmer'a bank roll
and barley $9,900,000 mora. Fruit
marketed thia Fall and Winter will add
115,000,000 to thla new weakh and hey
th neat sum of t.15,390,000. The wool
crop la estimated to be worth Sfl.GOO,
000, and hop. 14,650,000. Thia la a to
tal Income for tha production of three
atateaof almoat Si 50, 000, 000. If tha
manufactured product were added to
tba wealth of tha .oil. it la probable
that the total would fall not far below
$500,000,000 for tne year.
Hour King, of tha ZX ranch, laet
weak, cama down from tba Cbawaucan
country and retnrned with a large load
of provisions for the boys.
lira. I.ucy Walling Looeley lat week
died at the home of her daughter, Mre.
John Smart near Fort Klamath, at the
ripe old age of 88 yea re. She waa an
Oregon pioneer of 1847.
Rumora have It that an eleortio rail
way line I to ba ronatrocted between
Klamath Falla and Bonanxa. Thla
move waa being agitated at tba time
tha government abandoned the aocalled
Upper Klamath irrigation protect.
Now that there ia liklihood of thia pro
ject going through, the eleotrie Una
baa alao come to life.
K. J. Cooper one of the leading ad
vertiaing agency men of San Franclaeo,
laet week at a banquet at tha White
I'elican hotel in Klamath Falla, atated
that every family brought into a county
meane S1000 to the community. If you
ahould apend 15,000, aaid Mr. Cooper,
in advertlaing your town or county and
SSCeeed In vetting fifty new aettlnra,
you would bava gotten your money
The National Magazine aaya that
moving picturea ara now used to ahow
the maneuver of tha Boy Scouts. Thi
will enable tha acouta in one portion of
the country to have a view of their sol
dierly brethern in another part when
being reviewed by Vice Preaident Sher
man. The picturea will do much to
ahow tha boya bow a aoldierly bearing
la not altogether associated with tha
carrying of guna.
LOCATES NEW CAMP
Much Free Gold In Sierra
Nevada Ranee In
(II lull Grade Newa)
Danny Williams ia still on tha wing.
Since hla arrival three months ago ba
has been tireless in hla efforts to aa
certain facta relative to mineral oondl
tions in North East California.
Mr. Williama baa juat returned from
a ten day' jaunt into tbe Sierra'
Nevada mountains of Butte county near
Johnavllle on Berry creek where he
has completed preliminaries to .place
a brand new mining camp on tha map.
Mr. Williama report finding the
finest ledges of white quarts in porphy
ry and slate contacts carrying fine gold.
He found one ledge twenty ieet
across and followed tha aurface out'
cropping more than three miles.
After High Grade baa been properly
placed before the public Dan proposes
to take a party of mining men to bia
new camp. While on thia trip ha se
cured an option on the Boulder mine
at Ophir, Cal., where one can take
gold from a four foot ledge with one
hand and pick cherries with the other.
- Prize Given Away
Vnluuble'prlzd will be given awny
Frtm by Hall & Reynold. A city lot
in the towu of New Pine Crwk,
worth ('250.00, free to the holder of
the lucky number. A ticket with every
dollnr punihuae. which entitles you to
a chanco on the lot. A duplicate of
enii tlt'ket will he dropped lot a Healed
box. On the evening of June .'10th the
tlrawliig will take place at Smith's
Picture Show. Out of towu customers
will receive their tickets by mail.
Kveryone ban an equal chance. -
BUUBCKIBK FOr"tI1E EXAMINER
AT THE SUNSHINE
Company is Now Operating-Five Sets of
Leasers Busy-rSevcral Other Leases
(Mitch Qradw Newaj
Thia ha. been a banner week In Camp
High Grade and at tha Runahlne mine.
Tha entire district thrill with an an
thualaam. Many campa line tha can
yona. The boom of blame ia heard
in all direction. The Big Four, Seven
Lake, Modoc, Sunchine and Alturaa
management ara preparing to ahlp
ore. Fort Bidwell people are up and
doing In tba mater of booming the
camp. New fine Creek bt'opla are a
unit for Ita rapid development
Schauer and Laugblin, 'he former
ownera of the Hunthina mine, have
taken lease on a block of Sonahine
ground 400 feet weit of tha Sumb na
haft Three thousand dollar float baa
V-en taken from an open out in the
ground. The leaner expect to get
down Into aolid formation on hi leaoe
within the next few day.
Nelaon, McFall and Ssrger.t bave
taken a leaite on a block of ground be
tween the Sun.nine working and the
Scbauera and Laughlin lease.
Trumltack and Aaaayer Moore bave
secured a lease adioining the Scbauera
and Laughlin lease on the west
Schrott and Mack bava secured the
Lucky Dutchman lease on the northeaat
corner of the Yellow Jacket 1800 feet
from the Sunshine shaft and apparently
on tba same vain. They have opened
Rich Gold Basin Property
to be Developed In the
(nitfh Grade Newa)
Interest and confidence in tbe prop
erties of High Grade iarapidlv increaa-;
ing. Another important deal closed laet I
Saturday bv the terma of which the j
Gold Stripe. Cedar and Ajax propertiea i
is Gc!d Basin paaed from Frank Lynch '
and Tom to F. D. Sherry of Denver
and Aria Keitel for a consideration of
There ia about thirty feet of
done on the Gold Stripe disclosing an
18-incn pay atreak that will easily run
10 per ton. The entire four feet of
vein matter haa averaged S9.6S per ton
by aaaay tests.
The purohaaera will begin work at
once on the mine sinking a
feet deep on the ore body.
Mr. May i
has carefully inveaticated the entire
district and is very enthusisstic over
the ahowing in Gold Basin. He asserts I
that be has found plenty of cine and )
carbonate there on the porphyry lime
contact veins. He baa mined exten-1
aivelv In Leadville and says that Gold
Basin ia in some particular similar to
that ereat carbonate camp.
The frienda of Crater Lake have lost
their right for an appropriation to build
road and make other improvementa in
Crater Lake National Park for the
preset? at least.
Thia newa is contained in the follow
ing Washington dispatch :
"The house haa rejected Congress
man Hawley'a amendment to tha sun
dry civil bill for $50,000 for Crater
Lake Park. The amount carried for
the park is S3, 000 only."
Thia mean that no money will be
available during the present term of
Congress for building the road around
tbe rim of Crater lake or for other
roads projected in the park. The bill
had passed the senate but the house
turned it down. The $3,000 mentioned
in the regular appropriation for
park will barely cover the running ex
penses of the superintendent and no
improvement can be made thia year.
A Good Position ,
Can 1 had by ambitious young
men and ladle in the flqld of "Wire
less" or railway telegraphy. Since
the 8-hour law became effective, and
alnce the wlreleaa compautea aro ea-
tahllablusr stations throughout the
ootiutry there I a great shortage of
telegraphera. 1'oBltlon pay begin-
era Iroiu 70 to 00 per month, with
good cliauce of advancement. The
National .Telegraph Inatltntton of
Portland, Ore., operates under super
vision of R. K. aod wireleae official
and places all graduate Into por
tions. It will pay you to write them
lor full detnl's.
Never loavo home ou a journey without a
bottlo ot rbamborlaln's Collo, Cbolera and
Plarrohea Ruiu.dy Its almost curtain to b. j
needed and canuot b. obtained when aboard I
lb. car or ileauublpa For sal. by all daal.ra
body of ora that aaaaya 1250 to S500
A. 11. Oldmen Co.. ara busy on their
lease adjoining the Lucky Dutchman.
All of these lesser ara now working
and all have aplendid aurface Indica
Geo. Bever, manager of the Kojal
Gold Co. of Han Franciaco operating
In 8iklyou countv, Cal., baa taken a
lense on the Sunshine 450 feet weat of
the abaft and will begin work about
Negotiationa ara pending whereby it
la propbable that tha entire Sunshine
property will be let to leaaera within
tha next few daya. Tbia leasing la a
long str'de in tbe right direction.
Leasing ia the thing that baa made
many ramps great rapidly. Leaning
made Cripple Creek. Ooldfleld, Tono-
pah and many other diatricta famous
N. E. Guyot of the Modoe Minea Co,
baa thrown the entire property ot the
company open to leasers, a baa alto
J. P. Branley of tba Seven Lakes Co
From every locality in tha district
coma tha molt encouraging newa of
actiivity and rich find. The Newa ia
pleased to chronicle the word all tba O.
K. which tbe ablest mining men of
tbe world ara placing on Camp High
Grade. i ',
GOLD DASIN LEADS
Pleasant Canyon Presents
the Very Latest Sensa
tion In District
(High Grade Newa)
Wm. Nance, George Callahan, Matt
Holt and Jack Maston have opened up
a fine body of sulphide gold ore in tbe
Wood Tick, located at the bead of
Pleasant Canyon :
Tua locality bears all tbe ear marks
of a good mining district Tbe hanging
wall of the Wood Tick ia blue lime
and tbe fbat wall ia brown porphyry.
Tbe aurface outcroppinga assayed $2.00
par ton. At tbe bottom of tbe abaft an
1 inch atreak 4 of talc assays $3.00 per
ton and the remainder of tbe foot
; quarts 4 vein returna $5.00 per ton.
These parties also own tbe Rain Storm
Noa. 1 and 2. Tbey also own Nellie
and Ruby lodea at ita bead of Pleasant
Uanyon. All or tbeir propertiea are
promising properties and the ownera
think they will be mine owners when
'he claims are developed.
FIVE MEN WORKING
ON SHASTA VIEW
Victor, Colorado Man En
thusiastic and Active
In High Grade
(High Grade News)
Ed. McWilliams, of Victor, Col., In
the Cripple Creek daitrict, haa taken
a lease on the Shsata View and is
sinking a ahaft on the dyae with a
force of five men.
Mr. McWilliams came into the dis
trict over a month aao from the great
Colorado gold camp and waa immedi
ately Impressed with the conditions in
High Grade. He closed a deal from
I the Shasta View and put bia men to
' work. He is now down fifty feet and
will sink to a depth of 120 feet.
Tbe Shasta View adjoins the Moun-
tain View and Mr. McWilliams Intends
drifting to connect with the Mountain
View vein. The Shasta View claim
adjoins the Consolidated on the south.
M J Howell, a popular drugglas ot Green'
burg, Ky, .ays, "We uo Chamberlain'. Consh
Remedy in our own bouaebold and know It 1.
Rainier Beer oa draught at tbe Inn
Rainier on draugth or in bottles at
the Brewery. 2t
The beet butter Oliver's 40 cents
per pound at Bieber'a ('ash rStore.
If yon want a really good smoke
for a olckle, try 8 to rk man's Leader.
For a real bargain for a taouae and
lot in Ijikcview, ae J. N. Watson. 2
For fain: 120 acres sage brush land
nnder canal, fenced. $25 per acre. See
J. N, Watson. Of
Kif auniioerdUi-rohealn children alwayi use
C'latuborlalu'. Colla Cholyre aud Ularrohea
Remedy aud cantor oil, and a speedy cur. Is cer
tain for sal. by all dealers .
IN MANY WAYS
Buildings Being Erected
Streets Opened- Launch
to be Placed on Lake
These ara buy days at the town of
Fafrport adjoining New Pin Creek.
A large force of men I busy opening
atreeta, excavating for buildings and
starting preliminary work on tba pier
opposite tbe new depot site.
W. F. Paine, agent of the townaita
company, and V. L. 8nelling, preai
dent, have been on the ground moat of
the week directing work and preparing
for whirlwind campaign to plae opon
tbe map one of the most besutiful, at
tractive and wealthy sites in tba North
west Tbe location ia a dream. No finer
landscape ever gladdened tbe gaze of
mortal man. With gold on one aide.
fish, pleaaure and traffic boating: on tbe
other, tbe big red. apple between and
the blue sky bove, Kairport, tha
Classical ia deatlned to grow mora
rapidly than any new town ever started
in tbe Weat.
T. F. Uunsway haa purchased a
beautiful ateam launch which will bt
placed in operation on Sunset lake in
tbe very near fotore.
Tbe proper men and tbe essential
pluck and push are behind Fair port to
guarantee ita immediate growth and
Pine Creek Will Celebrate
(High Grade Newa)
At a meeting held in Wendt'a Opera
House last night it waa decided to cele
brate our National Day in New Pine
Creek in a manner becoming patriotic
Tbe following committees were ap
Finance: Heracbal Fleming, Ed
Keller and Henry Wendt. Program,
Dr. G. A. King. E. C. Gard, and Chaa.
L. Fulton. Amusement Chas. W.
Taylor. A. L. Montgomery end David
Th e High Grade Ne ws
If you want the facts and all the NEWS
about the High Grade district send $2 to
The High Grade News
Ne w Pin e Cre e k, Ore.
Nw Pino CreeA on (na N.-C- O. ft. ft. only seven
mlloa from tho hoart of tho district
ERECTED IN lOOQ
SAflPLE Roon MSt'ii-
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COURTEOUS -V J-.'-"' tT"..- "Tl
L1QHT & HARROW, Proprietors
Ft P. LIGHT GEO. HARROW
Daily Service Reno to Lakeview Except Sundays
No. 1 Arrives Lakeview at 8:45 P. M.
No. 2 Leaves Lakeview at 6:30 A. M.
Daily Except Sunday
C. W. CLASS, AGENT ::
Visits New Pine Creek
Mr. and Mrs. James Kilmer and
Mrs. Pat O'Conner drove over from
O'lonrcr'e Forks Monday morning to
witnca tha chunge that ia coming over
the scene In this land of surprises. Pst
O'Conner is ore of tha livest oraa In
tha dsltrict and Mr. Kilmer is a goo
safe aecond in the rustle and hustle 1o
good yellow gold. This wss Mrs
O'Connor's first visit to New Pine
Creek although livlrg in the district
almost five years.
' The Best Bib Overall
A New Pair
If THey Rip
a Levi STRAUSS aV CO.
urns., SAN MANCISCO
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blAkUMO fcitAND PUJ.8 la Uno and A
Goto aaetallia bom, anted wits
laaaM Ml aak aw cai-Cuas-TCm a V
)IAJ 111. FILLS, for twmtT-flv)
yean regarded a. Best, Bale, Atway. Rr liable,
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS
JUDOon. 1111 WO OTIIl. Bar a. m '
W. F. PAINE & CO.
may be ordered from this
market by phone with just aa
much confidence as If thejr are
m-lected In person. We send
them promptly Just as ordered.
You'll be disappointed In nei
ther time of delivery or tbe
qua'lty of tbe roods. Try It
for a cbanpp. f
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