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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (June 27, 1912)
a. P. DUCKWORTH H. VtRNON H. HUMHtK
Of Moo, Water St. Telethon No. ll
Lakeview Ice, Transfer
and Storage Co
J. 1. IUCKWOUTII, Mahaokr
Transfer and Drayage Ice Delivered
11AGUAUE AND HOUSEHOLD GOODS STOKED
RATKJ M RSISHKI ON DEMAND
OUIl CUSTOMERS AKE OIK ADVERTISERS"
R. M . BOLLER
HAV1NQ AN UP-TO-DATE OUTFIT I
AM ABLE TO HANDLE ALL WORK
PROMPTLY AND SATISFACTORILY.
OFFICE AT KEEN E & BARNES' CIQAR STORE. PHONE No. 39a
Piano & Safe Moving a Specialty
LAKE COUNTY ABSTRACT COMPANY
A Complete Record
We have made an entire transcript uf all Records In Lake
Coantj which to 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 Titles
In transcribing the records we hare found numerous mort
gages recorded In the Deed record and indexed; and many
deeds are recorded lo the Mortgage record and other books.
Hundreds of mortgages and deeds are not Indexed at all, and
most difficult to trace up from the records.
VVe have notations of ail these Errors.
Others .annot fiul -lit-Di. He buve pot fnudreds of dollnre
bunting up theee errors, and we can folly guarantee oar work
J. D. VENATOR,
WALLACE & SON
(Wm. Wallace, Coroner for Lake County)
PROMPT ATTENTION AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
Parlors, next door to Telephone Office
LOW ROUND TRIP FARES
To Western Points From Bend
CENTRAL OREGON LIME
$13.95 Clatsop Beach
Seaside and Gearhart. Oregon, on the Pacific Ocean. This
Is the fierfwt sea-shore vacation resort Just south of the mouth of the
Columbia River, reached directly by -'The Sorth Hank ICoad." Tickets
sold daily, Return limit, Oct. Hist.
$15.30 Tacoma, Montamara Festo
Seattle's sjilrndhl annual ci vie carnival. Tickets sold Julv
14, 16, IS, Limit, July i'J.
$ 9.95 Portland, Elks Grand Lodge
Tucuma's greu t aim ual carnival. Tickets sold June 'JH and
July 2. Li in it , J uly 5.
$16,90 Seattle, Golden Potlatch
The greatest national convention of the year. A solid week
of public entertainment. Tickets sold July 7. H, 'J, 10, 11. Limit July 'JJ.
Oregon Trunk Railway trains run dallv without change between
Central Oregon points and Portland. Train leaving Bend (i: HO A.M.
arriving Portland 5:30 P.M.
Details will be furnished on request.
W. E. COM AN, Gen' I Freight &. Pats. Agt., PORTLAND, ORE.
J.H.. CORBETT, Agt., BEND, ORE.
IN TOWN AT THE
CAMP IIHill GRADE
Work at the New Town
slto on tho Hill Progressing-
IS SERIOUS PEST
O.A.C. Issue Booklet Giv
ing Recipe For Extermi
(High Ormle News)
Mr. Sloan has a tent on the High
Grade townaite in which he carries i
stock of groceries and la doing consid
, erable tualness with prospectors and
miners on the hill He has the lumbrJ
.for his store building ordered from the
I mill and will soon move Into perman
Mr. Montgomery has logs cut f ?r a
building which will be used by him as
a ssloon. Mr. Call has the msterial cut
and framed at the Larkin mill on Pine
Creek for his restaurant building at
High Grade. The material will be
taken up next week and put in shape?
Postmaster Fsirrhild is on the ground
at High Grade getting the ground on
his lot resdy for the erection of the
High Grade poatofftce tuilding.
Mr. Winkler has moved up to High
Grsde where he has invested in prop
erty. Mr. Stscy is at High Grade prepar
ing to build on his lots in that new
Charlie Taylor, the proprietor of the
Oregon Club of New Pine Creek, has
purchased a lot opposite the bsnk
building on High Ursde avenue on
which he will immediately erect a
building to be called the High Grade
Club and where that popular caterer
will aupply the wanta of the thirsty at
the new townsite. Newton Crumley
will ably assist Charlie in his laudable
enterprise. The snow ia rapidly disap
pearing at High Grade and things are
beginning to move rapidly here. Tne
trees snd logs on the townsite are being
cleared away and the new townsite
is beginning to take shape. With the
continusnce of this Ideal Summer
weather work at High Grade is being
pusned rapidly snd it will not be long
before the new townsite will present
the appearance of a modern mining
HIRAM HIGH GRADE
One Beautiful Night of Joy
With The Nymphs In
KENTUCKY SALOON I
(High Grade News)
Its a great old world after all. Life
is worth living if you know bow.
From dynamite and bull quartz to
fairy bowers and nectar is a transfor
mation that touches a fellow; clear
down to his big toe nail.
Last Sabbath eve Old Quartz arose
from his lair, limped over to my highly
upholstered nail keg and yelled in my
ear a direful threat to drown his sor
row in the flowing bowl.
Upon bis countenance was an ex
pression of fixed determination and In
bis voice there was something that
sounded very much like absolute cer
I arose from my nail keg and ac
companied Old Quartz to the fabled
fountain of Supreme Delight, located
in magical realms where the hoot owl
twitters his midnight orgie snd moon
beams tremble on fern and wild garlic.
Mystic spot peopled with stranire
dreams, haunted with wonderful shapes
and fraught with fantastic frolic.
Thither we meandered, Old Quartz
and your Uncle Hiram, to quaff from
the spring that will bubble on and on.
And with whom du you suppose we
struck glad mits in that realm of mvs
tic maneuvers Hipshot Harry and Si
lent Si, Dough Faced Dick and Slv
Slaton, Two fit Teddy and Do It Now
Dan, Jayhawker Jack and Happy Hank
and a long list of seekers after salva
The gong sounded and
longer Krooked Kreek
were fairies with Do It
playing the role of Puck.
Dan waved his wand and the big
show was on. Zephyrs floated through
sylvan aisles laden with melody from
lily beds, bellow of bull frogs and aro
ma from witch hazel and skunk cab
bage. Dan wore purple wings flecked with
small triangular, pale yellow spots.
His wand was a wild rye straw with
a dew drop welded to one end. He was
dressed in pink tights and a lavender
shirt waist. His halo was 11 or 12
inches In diameter and his slippers
were of old gold tipped with rubies
Old Quartz had a pair of red wings
fringed with white and blue at the
tips. His linen duster was a mulberry
maroon and his bloomers were lemon
drab. He wore pale blue slippers
Sly Slaton wss a dream of subdued
A warning against the ravages of
Fpitrix Subscrl.-.lta. the Western Pota
to Flsa beetle, is being issued by A.
Li. Lovett, asaistsntentomoligist at the
Oregon Agricultural Collrge.
"One of the serious pests of the pots
to and tomato plants at this time Is the
western potato flea beetle," asys Mr.
Lovett. "This Insect, properly known
ss Fpitrix Subacrinlts, occurs at this
time as a small, dark brown beetle
feeding on the foliage of Its host.
It ests characteristic, small. Irregu
lar holes in the leaves and has the abil
ity to lump quickly like flea when dis
"The puncture which the beetle
mskes in the leaf, while aerioua In it
self, becomes even more detrimental,
due to the fact that a fungus disesse
galna ready en'rsnee through these in
jured cells and caues a decaying of the
tissue tor a greater or less distance.
"The female will commence deposit
ing eggs later, shout the bane of their
I oft. In the case of the potato, the
larvae hacthing from these eggs feed
on the developing tuuers. 1 hey mine
Into the pots to, usually turnelintr only
a short distance beneath the surrsre
and turnirg again to the exterior. The
effect of their won is to give the po
tato a pimply aopearanoe which some'
times seriously affects the selling
"The spray to be used for this flea
beetle is a eombinstion Bordeaux
and arsenste sprsy. It Is prepsred by
suspending 4 lbs. of copper sulphste 'in
gunny ssok at the top of a barrel in
25 gallons of water. Then 5 lbs. of
lime is slscked in a small quantity of
water and made up into a 25 gallon
solution. Then the two solutions, 60
gallons in all, are poured aimultaneous
Iv into s sprsy tsnk, and stirred vigor
ously I mesnwhile. Good fresh lime
must be used, and ahould always be in
excess, (inly wooden vessies should be
used in hsndling Bordesux mixture.
The pump should have brass parts or be
brsss lined throughout. To this solu
tion should be added 2 lbs. of arsenate
of lead and mix it thoroughly. It may
he used at normal strength for poia
toes, but 10 more gallons or wster
should be added for tomatoes. Either
of the solutions used alone ia fairly
efficient. If only lesd arsenste is used
spply at the rate of 2 lbs. to 50 gal
Ions of water.
Large Dyko of Metamor
phosed Material Tra
( lliuh (Irsilt News)
Fornisn, who has been In camp
for three weeks Investgsting the
of the district, brought to the News
geology office on Wednesdsy morning
samples ot mot inor phoned grsnitd which
he broke from a large dvke ot that
rock between Kelley creek and the
The dyke ia on the Le Koy property
near the old sheep corral. Mr. For
man Is of the opinion that it traversea
the country for miles and that It tra
verses the country for miles and that it
Is the foot wsll of the minersl sons.
we were no
POST A KING. PROPRIETORS
Strared From the Iloltuork ranch
on Hay Creek, last week, ouc light
bay gelding, with mealy nose. Weight
about lixxi pound. Dim braud on
left Mhoulder. Horse hud low build ,
heavy ret and wan very fat Kinder
inform (. L. Holbrook, Lnkevlew,
Oregon, who will pny them for tholr
tr iuble for recovery of horse. JuiMf
trope frock and pea green hose.
Fireflies lit up the bower and the
nightingale warbled his wsr whoop in
the jungle. We danced amid cowslips
and toad stools in sequestered nooks
in the shade of the old balsam tree.
We quenched our thirst at the fabu
lous fountains where Moonshine Monty
fumbles the faucet and where Chipper
Charley dispenses the dew.
The revelry proceeded to continue.
Khspsody and rampant joy mingled on
the midnight winds. Aoelian strains
from pine and appen waded into our
auditory nerves like blue cranes into a
mud puddle. Arsbolad, the Arabian
Knight, who studies the stars and wor
ships the nun, was indcued to gut up
In the geographical center of the night
nd some underwear to furnish olives,
huh and shew bread to the revelers.
And the dance went on. Dan waved
his wand for silence in vain. The to
pography of Warner range was sudden
ly and mysteriously transformed. Full
grown holes were bored in the skv.
Salyton gazed long and lovingly at a
vacant void in space where he thought
the full moon out to be but was not.
There was a sound of revelry bv
night that night which made Bird Reed
think that everything was all right.
e.tars disappeared from the firmament.
Long flHsure veins appeared in the
milky way. Gold' dropped from the
clouds and clung to the whispering
pines. Richness and ripeness and the
merry go round of ridicule and retort
swept across the waves of old Goose
And then the rivalry for supremacy
in rhunic rhymes, classical clatter and
beautiful bull con was on. Dan waved
his wand and fairyland faded. Krooked
Kreek with its Krumbler and its can
yons of porphyry and free gold. Hea
ven miliiona of billions of miles awav.
Hadea and a head like a phonolite
blowout only a Fraction Jack of an
inch from the seat remorse.
And the drift Into dreamland where the
mighty and the weak swap conditions
and places and where any old thing Is
(('! wnix-rWi Cress)
Morris Southstone and Tom Bernard,
of Lakeview, paid Paisley a visit Fri
day in a new E.M.F. csr.
A.rosd gsng under the supervision
of t'-ounty Commissioner F. K. Ander
son has been at work on the Summer
Lake road for some time.
County Clerk and Mrs. V. W. Jl'syne
spent Sundsy In Paisley, coming from
Lakeview by team.
E. King Henderson, publisher of the
Silver Lake Leader, passed Sundsy
night in Paisley en route home from
Colusa In his Reo csr.
Among the business visitors to Psis
ley, Tuesdsy, were, W. Lair Thompson,
Republican candidate for Mate Sena
tor. Sheriff W. B. Snider. K. H.
Rogers of the S. A. Mushen Co., Wm.
Wsllace, and Prosecuting Attorney J.
u. Venator, all of Lakeview.
Ma TIM At,
Preldnl wuiam II. Tart
Vic. I'realrienl ,, , Jam. N, Skat nan
rWmtary ol Hietit rhllander It. K iioi
seeixtary nl Treaatiry Franklin MarVelgh
mrmri iilltnf Jamb H liiKkln.cn
Attorney Oeneral Oroide W, H i, keiar.am
Foatmaaiar nenrrnl Frank II, II ilrtu oei
Re retaryof Navy. . ..... Iieorae V ... Myr
aevreiery Inmrlnr ti.A.riaher
Se r fiery nl Ae'ii'nll'iis . , . 'anna w iiaou
weort'tf y l I'viuumroe). , Itarlea Naael
I lilr.1 Juatli-e Chat Ire Mward Vt Ml
If. M. r uelou t oinmlaalonnr
, h. Klrharda V, S. Laud t uiuuilaalouer
lenverrMir M aal1 Weak
Secretary ol Slate nit W.oimui
Treaaurer ...Ilioa, M. Kay
Attorney llonerel .....A. N.rrewiurd
nei. 1'iibilo lii.iruollnn I.. M. Alderman
frliiM! W. H. Ininlway
Dairy ami Kimx! Vom i. W, Halla
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T. A. K.'JItlil.
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tr4 f l.'ruurtiilllor
Rlfht Id your baalnl araaiin whan yon bar
the Ira.t timo to a.ara you ara utua' likely to
lake dlarrnhra and loaa aeveral (laya lima, on
leta you have rhatntmrlal u'a l ullc. Cholera
ami lUarrohea llnoieily si hand and uka
duae on the flrit a:araiica ol lti dlaeaao
For sale by alldealara
ruMfcsr orKii k
IflltM-rl P Hron kupervlaor
Naiaou J. Mlllina'a Orating Aaaiatanl
Norinau Jarohauu ftireat Aaalaiam
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tA UK COUNTY
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Jttl W H Holder
iraaaurar F. O. Ableiruaa.
Aaaeaaor A. i . Potter
arhn.il Hupl. J, y. WUUM
Coataiiaaloanrs I ': J"' "I
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lounty 4k-k Inanawtor l I'. At alloy
Hi .IN Ok LASKVU.
K. a. Hlnaha:!
K. K. I heuay i
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K. U.aiulio I
A Uleixir .
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I.AKKVIkW COMatakt ULl I.UM
lf.ldent x U Hrlltaa
Ira fr.aidanl fclnier C. Ablatruia
S'r ir. g, li. Kier.lt
Treaaurer .Frank Fitch
Trueiewa, i, Vt, ttuuler, II. W . Marfan,
W. f. w.ich
FIEKT METIIODIMT (HlSt'll-Mf'NI)A V
tohuol at 10 a. in . Frrarhlug a eery holiday at
ii a. m. aou r:av p. m. iiianrijl laa
DEL FLOY MINE IS
- - i
Surface Trenching to Lo
cate the Bit? Contact
m. ai'Worih laaua erery
l:4. i-rayar Meaiinf Thura
Choir niaatitif at S:kup, aa.
anday aeauiua at I
lay at 7:wii. m. Ck
i.auua- am Kvara MtiiNi.. at i an
(varyriudy cordially laitlied lo all aer.lrea.
M. T. MIMIC, faalur.
color and surpressed hilarity.
Happy Harry made all fairyland mad possible.
with envy with bis sunburst halo hell-J Its a grand old world after all.
( High Grade News)
CapC F. L. F.vans hss force ot men
at work on the Del Floy mine. They
are now surface trenching to locate the
contact and are finding good valuea in
this surface work.
Capt. Evans is srrnnging to sink ;
shsft on the Del Flov to a depth of 500
m - t , !., . . '
ieei or more, worn wm uo pusneu on j
this shsft with the u'mitst vigor. The i
present workings ci;nlRt of two short
tunnels which have pnvl'iced ore run
ning as high as SUtil per ton.
There are three well defined veina
on the claim in addition to the Big
Four dyke. There is slso a fine spring
and an abundance of water on the property.
Silver Lake Items
("Sliver Liike Leader)
Jimmy Lane has placed an order for
a new automobile. The machine Is a
W. 11. Shirk, the Lskeview banker
in company with his wife and another
dy, passed through Silver Lake last
week on their way to Portland to attend
the Kose Carnival.
Mr. Williams has finished hist second
artesian well on the Jim Small place in
Summer Lake Valley, and got a good
flow of water at 1U0 feet. He will
move home in a few daya to put down
well for himself.
It was thought by muny the hay crop
on the marsh would be short this year,
owing to the light snow fall during the
winter. Out the rains of Msy and June
have adjustod things sufficiently and
prospects for a good crop are now as
sured. Last Saturday about 2 o'clock a se
vere hail storm passed over the ranch
of Mr. M. Buchanan near Lake. Ap
parently a cloud irom the west came
in contact with one from the east, when
It begun to hall, and in a few minutes
there was at least two inches of hail on
the ground. Then It began to rain the
water coming down in a perfect tor
rent, Mr. Buchanan estimated there
were at least two Inches of water pre
cipitated in ab6ut twenty minutes.
Strange to say the storm only covered
about one square mile In area.
FIKKT BAPTIST t ill' III U OF LAKKVIK
rrvarhlna, aervlia at HAM and 7 o C N oo
lei and ad Hun. Suuday Huhuul at 10 A M.
Junior Hoclety al 1:30 I'M. hapllal Vnnn
l auple'a l oloa al :ao CNoa ea-h Sunday.
Hrayor Meetluf at 7:au V M Madaeaday aa
niUK. ICyvry ttudy lamed to aiuu4 all ear
rlra. USV. A. F SIMMONS
CATHOIJlM lll'KCII-KVIKY Ml' N DAT MA-
at l:UU and IU a.m. ; Howry el 7:ev p.m. Maaa
on areekdaya al 7 :uu a ni. rW.lroe In lha Near
Church. MATIIIAH MCHMirr, SJ.
F1HT I'HKMHYTKKIAN I UCKl II OF LA kit
VII.W. movie In tba Maaonlo Hall. Sunday
Srhoul al IU:oo A.M.: Morning avrvkeal ll:ta
k.ciilng Hervira al 7;!J. I'raynr Marling on
ftednredaye al 7 ) f.M. All ara cordially u.
TU'-d, RayVi .."..ayaltlU,.l raeal
1 1 KMT BaFTISI CU tHl H OF MMmK I A S a
al Naar Flsa I rwk.orrvnn. PTeatrhlng ear
rlcraatll A M and 7:)V M ol each Hundat
ol eerr monih. Sunday Krbo.il at IU A kf.
Prayer St-relea al T:SUuu Klnexlay erenlna
ol rai-b arae.1. All aro Cordially Inellad to
atland ibe aervl-ea
RK V. U K. HKNHKRMOM.
alaK-d mentlnaa Halurilar on or U-tore lull
iiiooii. Jauuary J.th. Man h 2nd, March auin
April 77tU. May '.'Mil, Juno Slilli, lull. hw il
nui-uuaa uhu rail, ariierally Saiurday aean.
iDKa. Vlaltlng t.ri'lliren ailrome. W. Lair
Vboinpaon, V.. M. ) A. W. Orion, neo'y
A O. U. W.-I.AKKVIEW lWiR NO. III.
Mneuj ayery w-cuud and lourtb Tburadar ol
rarh month. In Maiulr Mall, I-ake!ew.
t'haa. Touiiliifarn. M.W.i Wai. UunlUiir, K.
Uk.i.KKK OF IIONOK-LAkliHIlOHK Ujr.
N.i. V7, ). ol II., A. O. V. W., Meaia .i-t n 1
third Thiireilaya ol each inoulli I n.o
Hall: Mary Foai, Col II. t J. Hells Arinar. u
nl II.; Lore Mny,l,.r V. ol C, Alameda
I O. O. F'LAKKVIKW UUH1I, No. SI, 1
O.K., nice la every xalunlay eelilii . I
Knlloare Hall, at J :au o'l'lin k. from ooioirr I
to A(,rll 1, and at k olrlork Irom Ann. 1 In
H. Member mi. I). M. item la, N, It.i , ..
I. O. O.K.-I.AKKVIkW KNCAMFMKNT NO. I
I. O. O. F., uierla Ilia Hret and third Thura
day UTeiilima ol ea. h luiinlh lu Odd Kalloara
Hall, Lakrvlew. I.'. p. Arthur. . F A. II
auiuif retry, hrrlbe.
RKHKK All MIM.K-1.AKKVIKW LOIHiK, NO
11, 1. o. o. F nieela Ilia eorolid and lourtb
Krldaye ol t'Bi'h uionth lu Oild Kellow. Hall,
Mra ix'lla l li.im y, N ti Mlaa 1uIih Stork-
man, y t Alloa duutlua, Traaaurvri M. i.
O. K. S. OK1KNTA1. CHAr-I KK, MO 6, LAKH
view. OrrKou, Meata on Tucadar, on or be
lora lull union and two weaka tbarcatlar, In
Vlaltiu Biaiubera are cord tally Invllrdi
L1IJ.IK HAUKlrt, W.14.
IDA I MUACII.H. rolart
AKIHUK W. OKTON
All Tructlce Except U. 8.
Laud Oftk-e BustnesM.
A REWARD of dfty dollars is here
by offered for iulortnatlou that will
lead to the arreH' ami conviction of
any pel son who 1ms stolon wires or
other property, from our Company;
and the sauui reward Is hereby offered
for Information that will lead to the
arrest and "nnvlctlon of anyone den
troyng tin; property of the Company.
Seorotaiy L,uks Co. TeL & Tel. (Jo
Attorney at Law
and Notary Public
OFFICE-DaW Du.ld.n,. ''
J. D. VKNATOIt
Attorney at Law,
laiid Maiiem Hirrlaliy
Land and Law Office
Abstractor of Titles
Batabllaliad IHIW u vlw, Ore
W. LAIR THOMPSON
Attorney at Law
Olllce la O. V. L.Co.'a Duiltliiig.
lliilililcat (llrl In l.lnruln
Lincoln, Neb., ulrl wrltoa, "1 had I n
filling lor wiiiietliue ivllh i lituulo I'onnlniiii in
f'.d aiomarh trotililu. I u.iyan lanlnx t'l utn
I iluln'a Htoinurli and l.lvnr Tal,nn and In
llimadaya 1 waaablii in bu tip and not lo-i ';
r:bt along I am tho iroudrat girl In I .Inn, lit
to ilud auv
gond rauimly" Fiir'talu by all