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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (July 18, 1912)
30 RAILROAD WANTS
Great Northern Will At
tend To All Displays of
K. O. I.eedy. general immigration
airent of I'm Great Northern Railway
i ar.i mi out thouaanda of letters UTB
M in the farmers to take advantage of
fr.e exhibits that are to be made
this !H bv that line. In a lone letter
giving i!rections for gathering grains
crasiw!. fruits, etc. together with
h i)iii;'L- instructions, we eopy the fol
lowirg in part:
In toltacling an exhibit of grama
g-ibsea, vegetables and fruits for ex
bibition purposes, it is not only Impor
tant to have food material bat it
' equally aa important to have the same
carefully selected and properly pre
pared. The beat exhibition materia
may be entirely ruined by being poorly
! out ud and improperly packed and as
J a result, arriving at destination worth
It is necessary to permit the grain
to ret ripe in order that it may now
the natural color of maturity. Grain
which is selected before it ia ripe
never loses the ereenish cast and
never makes an attractive exhibit. It
ia of equal importance that the grain
be not allowed to become too ripe so
tbat it shells out in selecting and ship
We will arrange for the free handl
ing of all exhibition material intended
for Great Northern Railway Exhibita.
Do not ship exhibits on without first
writing this office sod advising what
ia to be shipped and we will then ar
range to have the local Great Northern
Railway agent authorized to accept
such shipments and forward without
The Great Northern Railway exhibits
have taken front rank where ever
I they have been shown, including the
grestest land product shows that have
I ever been held in the history ot agri-
j culture. We have been able to attain
! this enviable position by reason of the
I sp:eidid co-opersttion of the Individ'
uais and commercial ciuds along our
The season of 1912 and 1913 will
mark a new epoch in agricultural and
horticultural exbitita from the North
west in the Eastern states and it is on
ly by the continued co-operation of our
friends along the line that we will be
able to meet and compete successfully
with the best that is produced in any
; part of the world.
I "No language, no pictures, will
! equal a display of the products them
' selves. If you have not the goods to
'show you have no right to advertise."
SUBSCRIBE FOR THE EXAMINER
(I!igh Grade News)
The big Modoc mine, is now becoming
one of the big centers of attraction in
Camp High Grade.
A force of men are working two
shifts sinking the shaft. The vein is
one of the largest and best defined in
the district. Fully three feet between
smooth walls, the entire vein tilling
mineralized, with handsome high grade
streak that proves the intrinsic merit
of the property.
The big boiler arrived at the N.-C-0.
depot this week and is now enroute
to the mine via New Fine Creek can
yen. The entire plant will be in
stalled as rapidly as human ingenuity
and skill can accomplish that end.
The plant consists of boiler, engine,
boist and compressor and drills, of the
The holdings of the Modoo company
embrace 2.19 acres In the core of the
oamp. Many veins Intereaect the pro
perty and mining men generally ex
press the opinion that it will rapidly
develop into one fo the great mines of
the company heeded by Wm.
Wrigley, Jr., the great Spearmint
Chewing Gum Magnate of Chicago,
whose faith in the district and Camp
High Grade has been fully demon
strated by liberral investments of capi
tal in the property. ,
Associated with Mr. Wrigley In the
Modoe are Napoleon E. Guyot. "The
Father of High Grade," and .8. K.
Cutler, one of tb active, moving
spirits of the camp.
The present enoouraging condition
ol the Modoe pays a splendid tribute
to the wisdom, industry, preslstence
and intergrity of N. E. Guyot, who
nrst presented the story of its wonder
ful weslth the outside world.
Guyot has been misundersood,
slandered, misrepresented and villlfled
for the noble part he has tsken in the
ramp's development from many differ
ent sources. He haa proven himself a
foeman worthv of their steel, and haa
vindicated himself and the diatrlct in
manner tbat made all the world
Let the blasts boom on, at the Mo
a mining man of long and successful
experience, J. H. Miller, with an ex
tensive and fine record In Cripple
Creek, Chss. F. Taylor r-ne of the
best practical mining menlnthedla
trict, snd others.
(High tirade News)
On Mondsy of this week the miners
employed by McFall and Nelson on the
Sunshine. Tunnel on which they btild
lease broke into a tody of ore four feet
across, all of which pns long strings
of colors, and eight inches of which
assay very high.
Ore from the 8-inch streak ia being
sacked, and a shipment will be made
from same aa soon aa sufficient amount
has been mined to justify.
The lessees sre forming the Sun-
hine Twin Leasing Co., of which they
will be members in connection with
E. C. Ablstrom, Tost Master at Lake
High Grade Brevities
(High Urnde New),
"Boorar "Room!" "Boom!M
Kloaly but surely the miners are
tearing asunder the quarts-fit led, por
phyry costed hills of the High Grade
District. And with every blast they
sre encounterirg new and startling
veins tbat "Horn" good and aassy
Softly we hear the booster aay "1
told you so," and "more softly," much
more so in fact, we hear the knocker,
that ever present peaaisimistlc nobody
atowlng away his hammer, and, with
pick on shoulder, tramping away to
ward the golden hills.
N. E. Guyot, "Father of High
Grade": also "Father of All Rocat
era, "is back In camp, from San Fran
cisco. He admits that things are look
ing good in the bay city and Positively
states that nothing but tne words
"High Urade and Boost" ever entered
his head, with exception of one time
when he was eating chicken aalad.
. A. B. Perkins was a visitor In camp
Saturday last. Mr. Perkins is from
A new resident who comes from Fort
Bidwell, is Mrs. F. H. Mitcnell.
Joe Bruner, left Monday for
Creek and Alturas On a business
Very rich ore is said to have
discovered on the Josephiue near the
Big Four by Harry McConnell. The
ore carries free gold.
That jovial Mayor of Branley, Mr.
J. P. Branley, himself, was in High
Grade, Sunday. He brought the news
of severs! new strikes -on Discovery
11 II Hand Yellow Mountain.
Bruce Gildden has opened law ollices
in High Grade. Until recelntly Mr.
. . . i ..,.. 1 Glidden has been locatled in Fort Bid
view, who baa been made aecretary
nd treasurer of the company.
Work will progress on the lesse with
igor. A lew tons or the rich stuff
Iready encountered will place the com-
panv on the sunny side of asy Street.
The Sunshine Twin Leasing Company
ill continue to add to ita holdings by
lease, location and purchase.
(High Grade News)
The atmospLere is lull ot ring, pluck,
push and enterprise these daya. One
movement follows another, and every
thing is sstir.
Among the latest of the Interesting
developments is a project to drive a
deep, drainage and transportation tun
nel into Sunshine Hill from the vicinity
of Cave Lake.
This movement is backed by Wm. L.
Shell and others who have carefully
considered the situation, both from the
Peter McDonougb has oened a
butcher shop and grocery in connection
with his "Gold Miner Cafe."
L. D. Soutnworth of Redman, Ore
gon had not been in town thirty min
utes before he fell in love with the
place. He purchased a lot on High
Grade Street where be will erect a
substantial business block.
Two letters from opposite corners of
the world drifted into the Rec irder's
OfTioe Monday. One was from Nome,
Alaska, the other from Rhodesia,
So. Africa. Ever and anon the wheels
of publicity are grinding out their
Msil aevrice has been inaugurated be
tween High Grade and rlne Creek.
The Junior membe of the Middagh
family is acting in the capacity of
telephone connections with Fort
Bidwell ant the i.utside world were
Have You Ever
Visit by the Sea
Run on the Sandy Shore
Old you know you could reach this delight
fnl, cure nlaying, health giving, fun making
IJV TAKING THE
O.-W. ?. & N. to PORTLAND
THEN DOWN THE
COLUMBIA RIVER via STEAMERS
"T. J. POTTER" "UASSALO" and 'HARVEST QUEEN"
V here trains connect with bouta for North Beach Point
Auk any Agent of the O.-W. R. & N. and end out how little it will
cost to leave cure and dunt and heat behind and have a real
REST BY THE SEA
stardpoint of feasibility, and ultimate 1 established Monday
That such a tunnel will verv soon be
an absolute necessity for drainage pur
poses, owing to the vast amount of i
water annually precipitated on the
Warner Range, ia equally patent to
over one who has studied the matter.
air. Shell is a practical mining en
gineer of Cripple Creek, who had
charge of some of the great mines of
the great, old Colorado camp, and who
is thoroughly familiar with tunnel en
terprises and their value In the opera
tions of deep mining. He has satisfied
himself tbat with depth Camp High
Grade will develop many record break
ing rich mines, and that this can only
be done through a deep tunnel.
The News heartily indorses this greet
enterprise, and sincerely desires to !
see its successful consummation.
The plan is to form a local company
to be capitalized for 100 shares of the
par value of $50.00 each, aggregating
a $50.00 cash capitlization : these shares
to be subscribed for and payable,
$25.00 per share in cash, on subscrip
tion, and balance in twenty four equal
J The parties behind this venture pro
poses to drive tunnels from botb"tbe
j Sunset and Surprise Valley sides of
; the range, to meet a common point in
, the center of the district.
I As transportation enterprise along
' this movement will be a great profit
! producer to its stockholders, if not a
j single ore body is ever encountered,
- which is among the things seemingly
1 impossible. '
! Associated with Mr. Shell are Her
1 bert E. Herschberger the best tunne
man in the WeBt, who received bis ed-
while overseeing over five thousand
! feet of work in be big MofTat tunnel
in Cripple Creek. Capt. F. L. Evans,
Mra. refer MacDonough gave an
ice cream social Tuesday evening.
I About thirty were present. The ice
cream was frozen in a snow bank.
Sandwiches and other delicacies were
Word hss been received by Post
master Fsirchilds that the post
office of High Grade has been accepted
aa open. All mail addressed to the
office will be routed via Pine Creek.
The Post Office is rapidly nearing
(Hljfh Gradn New)
A vast deposit of surface deposit
running from a few dollars up to tens
of thousands of dollars per ton Is re
ported from Camp High Grade by 1
tenderfoot pronpector, who drifted into
the district several months ago and
who has been carefully studying the
geological condition of tthe district
from both a practical and scientific
The prospector ia operating in the
employ of the Great West Mining
Company, an emtryotio organization,
formed here for the purpose of demon
atrating and publishing to the world,
the story ot High Grade's greatness.
ine two claims or the company are
suuacea in tne center 01 Hie-h urade
Mining District and are considered by
theowners to be the key to the situa
tion. The entire surface of the claim
is covered with thick mat of yellow
flow, which assays picture values.
A company is now forminc to onerate
this deposit, and it ia reported tbat
sufficient money has been pledged to
place the enterprise on its feet.
The deposit consists of a yellow, de
composed quartz, coverirg 40 acres of
irrnllnn tft nnlfnniin rfunth mrc. jmi...
in that line in a practical way , erun,lua rikvM , ' mf,,
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which promise sensational develop
ments in the near future. Samnles
show long strings of colors from the
pan, and one assay makes miners
The company forming is composed
of the best local people in the district,
and they are confident that with prac
tical, systematic and practical opera
tions they will develop one of the great
mines of the Northwest.
A REWARD of fifty dollars la here
by offered for information that will
lead to the arret' and conviction of
any person who bus stoleu wires or
othor property from onr Company;
and the same reward Is hereby offered
for informs i'd tbat will lead to tbe
arrest and fnvlction of anyoue des
troying ttitf property of tbe Company.
Secretary Lake Co. Tel. & TeL Co
Whooping cough Is not dungtrom whi n the
cough li kept loota aud nx perforation emy by
giving Cbirubrain's Congo Remedy. It hit
been uned In many epldomlci ol this dlm-ars
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NO limit to our willingness to show
m NO question as to the fairness of our
NO such stock of clothing in this town
No previous approach to beauty of
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NO repairing beyond our skill
NO old stock
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Exclusive Clothing and Cents'
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Blue Prints of Government Townships
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ettcti, etc., etc.
Kvcrj tiling in tbe
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