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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (July 18, 1912)
Office. Water St.
Lakeview Ice, Transfer
and Storage Co
J. 1'. Dl'CKWOKTll, Manaokr
Transfer and Dray age lc Delivered
nAOOAOl'i AND HOUSEHOLD GOODS STOKED
RATES ri'RNISHKO OJt mtAN
"OUK CUSTOMERS AltE OUll ADVEKTISEHS
LAKE COUNTY ABSTRACT COMPANY
A Complete Record
We have rond an entire transcript of all Record In La"
County which tnany way, affect Keal Property In the county.
We have a complete Becord of every Mortgage and transfer
ever made In Lake County, and ever Deed given.
Errors Found In Titles
In transcribing the record we have found numerous mort
gagee recorded In the Deed record and indexed: end many
deeds are recorded In the Mortgage record and other books.
Hundred of mortgagee and deed are not Indexed at all, end .
mot difficult to trace np from the records.
We have notations of all these Errors.
Other annot find them. We have pat Hundreds of dollar
hunting np theee error, and we can fully guarantee onr work.
J. D. VENATOR,
WALLACE & SON
(Wm. Wallace, Coroner for Lake County)
PROMPT ATTENTION AND
Parlors, next door
LOW ROUND TRIP FARES
To Western Points From Bend
$13.95 Clatsop Beach
Seaside and Gearhart. Oregon, on the Pacific Ocean. This
Is tbe perfect seashore vacation resort Just so nth of the mouth of the
Columbia River, reached directly hy "The Sortb Bank Road." Tickets
sold daily. Return limit, Oct. 21st.
$15.30 Tacoma, Montamara Festo
Seattle's splendid annual civic carnival. Tickets sold July
14, 16, IS. Limit, July 22.
$ 9.95 Portland, Eks Grand Lodge
Tacoma's great annual carnival. Tickets soil J une 28 and
July 2. Limit, 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. S, V, 10, 11. Limit July 22.
Oregon Trunk Railway trains run dally without change between
Central Oregon points and Portland. Train leaving lend f:3&A.M,
arriving Portland 5:20 P.M.
Detail will be furnished on request. .
W. E. COM AN, Gen' I Freight & Pat. Agt., PORTLAND, ORE.
J.H.. CORBETT, Mat., BKNO, ORE.
W H I SK I E S
IN TOWN AT THE
POST A KING. PROPRIETORS
f SUBSCRIBE FOR
rmia!iMffmMH!BwiwauMiiw ii rrTPmTrrr
VMHHOM H. MUNKt
Telephone No. 101
to Telephone Office
CENTRAL OREGON LIME
OUR PROVISION COUNTER
1m a boon to the woman who
wanta a change from the beef
mutton, lain!) or pork of every
day use. (Sugar cured bains and
Ixicoo. perfectly tpiced Hauaagea
and frankfurter, bologna and
llverwurwtthat to tee is to get
greedy for. Come and look
HAYES GROB. PKORS
mumij - vi
Addresses Made By N.-C-O.
Officials and Othor
(HlKh Grade News)
On Tuesday evening Wendt'a Opera
Hour wss crowded by miner from
tha hill, rancher from the farm and
buslnea men of the district.
Tha meeting wa called to discurs
tha local situation genemlly, and to
tender to Mr. T. P. Dunnaway, Gen
eral Manager of the N.-C.-O. Railway
and Mr. Chatlea E, Miller, Genetal
Publicity Agent of that line, a cordial
Judge O. C Nelson waa made 'chair
man of the meeting and distinguished
himself by the manner in which he
performed that function.
Capt K. L. Evana waa the first
speaker Introduced. He apoka at
length upon the injury inflicted upon
the camp by the naming of prohibitory
pricea and terms for properties to In
vestor. He made an abl and telling
Mr Edward Keller wss called to the
platform and excused himself from
making a speech.
Mr. T. F. Dunnaway was then in
troduced. He treated tha audience to
a plain business, common aense talk
on the part his line is playing in the
development of one of the richest sec
tions of the globe. He guaranteed a
very low freight rat on ores from
Camp High Grade, when regular ship
ment begin. Mr. Dunnaway'a talk
was cordially received and when be re
signed the floor wa roundly applauded.
Editor Card of tb New wa then
called to the platform and briefly ex
pounded the cause of High Grade and
The real speech of the evening wa
made by Chaa. E. Milller, who wa
then called upon t address the gather
ing. Hi addresa waa masterful,
pointed, timely, logical, and eloquent.
, He proclaimed for truth and conserva
tism in statement regarding the res
trict. He criticised the false reports,
exaggerated figures, ana sensstlonsl
statement relative to tb camp by the
wind ittmmer, wild ratter and de
praved press. He recalled instances
of wilful a id self evidently false
stories aa to the fabuloua weidth of
certain properties in the district, when
In many instancea the parties who
made the atatementa had never oeen in
the district and in other they really
owned nothing here.
Yellow Mountain Active
In the Yellow Mountain part ot
the district mine owner and lessors
are turning loose and tearing into bit
all the formations. The Consolidated,
Alturas, Shasta View, Mountain
Sheep, Taroarrac, Mountain View,
Colorado, Josephine and North S'ar
are all working. Other minea and
lessors are getting in their supplies
and other wise preparing for tb great
dig for yellow metal.
At the Consolidated wblcb beads the
list, twelve men are working getting
the mine and mill in readiness, and
when thia is accomplished more men
will be put on and work begun in ear
nest. The ores of the Consolidated,
Mountain Sheep, and Mountain View,
will be treated in the four stamp mill.
As there is enough ore in sight in any
one of the mines mentioned the mill
will have no time for custom work.
Jack Bell, has been thoroughly
sampling the property has submitted
bis report which seems to be favorable
to the company, and they are laying
on with a vim to get out the ore.
The Guyot lease on the North Star is
st present in the throes of development
work, and proving up on the vein mat
ter. The North Star is just bellow the
Discovery property on Discovery Hill
and promise to cut the Discovery
vein. A custom mill is located one
iand one balf miles from the North
Star and Jthis will undoubtedly start
when sufficient ore has been blocked.
Work has been started on the Jose
phine and Tamarrao. Both of these
mine show good value - but are in
need of development work. Ore on
the Josephine is free milling and car
ries about two ounces. The Tamarrac,
the sale of which is being considered
to the Meachum people of San Fran
cisco, has good ores.
Since word has been received that
the Western Pacific has started into
Higb Grade, the leasers are anxious to
get as much as possible of their ore
sacked and on the dump. San Fran
cisco can then be reached wtih less
expense and without transfer as here
after. The southern part of the District is
doing nicely and as in the rest of the
District thing maybe sad to be on
Tbs woman of today who ha good health,
good torn per, jood Hume, bright eye mid a
lovuly ooinpleilou, tho reault of correct living
and good dlKeotion, wlua the admiration of tin
world. If your dl-ealioii 1 faulty Chamber
lnlu'a Htomath and Liver Tableta will correct
it. For Mile b all dealer.
Railroad Company Will
Build an Extension From
(High Grade News)
Csrlach, Nev., July 20. 1012. Ae-
tul work on tha construction of the
railroad from thia point to Fort Bid-
well and possibly on to High Urad
waa begun yesterday under tha direc
tion of the Western I'aciflo railway
company and bids fair to be cnmplatnd
by the first of the year.
A large gang ot grader haa been
put in operation with tem shovel and
team Jrora a point a short distance
west from her and from tho speed
with which dirt is being thrown there
is little doubt that the company will
be able to fulfill It promise by the
A survey corps Is a few miles in ad
vance of the grading outfit and the en
gineer In charge is authority for the
statement that the time will b in op
erstion by th spring of l.S3.
This rapid schedule on the part of
the Western Facitlo is an unequivocal
indication of thepirpose of the oom
pany to push work steadily and rapidly
regardless of temporary local condi
tions. The tonnsg from High Grade minea
and the Surprise Valley la said to be
far in excess of the amount necessary
to make the project financially remun
erative, ince the output of the mines,
will be sufficient in themselves to pay
the operating expenses of the line,
while tr unusual richness of the Sur
prise Valley will be, In common par
lance, "clear velvet" on thi project.
A San Francisco brokerage firm has
already spoken for an acreage of from
five thousand to twenty thousand acres
in the .Surprise and Warner valley
with the Idea of establishing a large
colonization project, locations on
whicn bave already been spoken fur
from all part of the country.
Keports from the grading esmp a
few miles west of here are to the
effect that one hundred and fifty tons
of dirt are being moved every shift,
and since 'he grsde from Uerlach to
Fort Bidwell will not exceed fiv per
cent at any point and the average
grade will be in conformity with the
Western Pacific's uniform grade of on
per cent throughout the entire route, it
is generally conceeded by railroad
authorities who are "in the know"
that ibe same average will be main
tained throughout the new line.
With the discovery of bonanxa ore In
tbe Yellow Jacket, which shows values
running from one hundred to twenty
thousand dollars a ton and a vein at
least twelve feet wide, the Sunshine
shipping 11200 ore and tbe Gold Shore,
and adjoining property, revealing ore
from S40 co S60 per ton on the aurface,
there is every assurance (that the
mineral and agricultural resources of
Modoc eounty will be brought to the
front in a manner which will direct the
attention of the civilized world to this
part of the glob".
It Is understood that an asrent of the
railroad company has been in Fort
Bidwell lor the past few daya looking
over the prospect for a terminu and
that a deal is near the closing point
through the Modoc Mining and Realty
Exchange for a tract twenty acres in
extent which may be used for tbe par
poses of tbe company, such as round
house, shops and other necessities.
F. M. GREEN MAKES
First Shipment of Live
stock From County Was
IMade on Monday
( High Grade NewtO
Felix M. Green of New fine Creek
enjoys the distinction of having made
the tirst shipment of live stock from
Lake county, Oregon by rail.
The shipment wa made on Monday
of this week from Lakeview, and con
sisted of thirteen cars loaded with
sheep, which were consigned to Swan
son & Son of Sacramento.
The sheep were from the big flock
belonging to Mr. Oreen on the North
west of Sunset Lake. They were win
tered nesr New Pine Creek, and were
shipped for mutton.
Strayed From the Ilollnork ranch
on Hay Creek, last week, out light
bay gelding, with mealy nose. Weight
about 1000 pounda. Dim brand oo
left ahoulder. HorHe bad low build,
heavy ict and waa very fat. Finder
inform (J, L. Jlolbrook, Lakeview,
Oregon, who will pay them for their
trouble for recovery of borne. JuO-tf
There It one medicine that every family
bould be provided with and e.ptiulally during
the iiiuuier mouth; vli.,('hamberlalira Colic,
cholera and ltlarrboe Komedy. It Is alino.t
.erulu to be net-dud. It coata but a quarter
Can you afford to be without lit For aale by
ViLL MAKE FREE
TESTS OF ORE
International 8m el ting
and Refining Co. Install
Office In District
( II Uh tirade .Sows)
Camp High Grad I this week hon
ored by th presence of Mr. Albert
Uoodcll, vice prtsldont of the Interna
tional Smelting ami Kenning Company
and of tho Amalgamated Copper Com
pany of Hutte, Montana, of which com
panies Mr. E P. Mathewson la Presi
dent and General Manager.
Doth of these gentlemen are old tim
friend of N. K. Guvot, whose Instance
Mr. Goodell visited the district.
The result of thia visit mean much
to Camp High Grail. Mr. Goodell
makca the stslement publically that bis
compsny at International, Utah, will
make free teats of all ores from tha
Samples should be marked"Speclal,"
and left at High Grade. New Pin
Creek or Fort Bidwell, care of N. E.
Gugyot, who will take care of the test.
(Ulk-ti Grade Nws)
It's done. And tha ticker now sounds
on the summit of Warner Rang in the
town ot High Grad.
There's nothing alow about thia
Hleh Grade movement from start to
finish. It hss besn a vigorous, syste
matic buaineas stunt all the way down
Both telegraph ar-d telephone com
munication waa Installed thia week
between New Hne.Creck and Fort
Bidwell through tbe new twon ofjligji
(H'gh (irn.de News)
Miss Elsie Keller went to Alturss,
Cal., for a visit also to be present for
the Fourth of July celebration.
B. X. Us w ion and wife bave moved
to the Sunshine mine, and ar now
keeping bouse in regular, old fashioned
camp style.. They both enjoy the ex
perience. It now seems that B. X. is
determined to leave High Grade a mil
Mr. M. E. Sanford, a hotel man ot
Frisco spent several day In camp tbla
week, looking the situation over. He
ia very favorably Impressed, but is
noncommittal as to his plana. Rums
hss it that be will locate in the dis
trict in the hotel business.
Lou Henderson, ex proprietor of the
High Grsde Hotel, came back to notict
the change in our city laat week
Mrs. J. H. Miller is pi.inning an ex
tended visit to her i.eople In Duluth,
Minn., and other Eastern points.
Mr. Justin Fraser ot Arizona, de
parted for Nevada Wednesday, after
having spent two weeks in the district
He left I with a good impression of
Camp High Grade.
A. D. Lisonbee is back from Salt
Lake where he Interested. Mormon
cspitsl in High Grsde. He reports
that Utah Mining men will pour money
into tbe district.
The new bakery and lunch counter of
During and Wilils is receiving a liberal
patronage Irom tha public,, Mr. Dorlng
la in charge, ana is tuny aemonsirsv
Ing his skill as a thorough restaurant
Fred Dustin of the Bonnie Lode
came in from camp Saturday, and
speqt the Holy Blessed Sabbath Day
in Lakeview, taking in the ball game
between the Roseville, California nine
and the Lakeview club.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Montgomery
made a flying trip to Paisley on Mon
day of this week to take care of a cou
ple of Desert entries held by them in
Every mining man in the district Is
requested to bring down samples of ore
to place on. exhibition at the New Pine
Creek band stand. The larger the sam
ple the better. Let us show to tha
world what we have in High Grade.
Rell'i new tsilorinfg, pressing and
cleaning establishment on Main Street
fills a much felt want In .New Pine
Creek. The new establishment Is meet
ing with its share of merited patron
age. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. itucelle have
sold the High Grade Cafe in Hotel
Higb Grade to Mr. J. D. DeField
known throughout the mining camp of
the West a "Curly" DeField. Mr.
and Mrs, Bucelle ertablfshed a fine
reputation for the plane while under
their management. Mr. Defluld' rep
utation as an up-to-date cafe man
needs not repltition. That ha will
maintain and add to, the present popu
larity of the High Grade I assured.
lb uulform suceeaa that baa attended the
ue of Chaiubi-rlaiu'i Colli), Cholc'ia and larr
hoes Kemi'ily hai made It a favorite every
wburo. It t an alwayi be depended U.on. For
ale by all dialer..
rroald.nt ,. Wlllam B.Tafl
Vine frealdenl , Jama H.Hhai man
SMtrviary nl Slate Hillan.pr Knei
Sreiviary olTr..aiiry franklin kJaeVeleh
Swreteryol War Jacob H ltrklna
Altnrnry (ixnoral Uewnre Vi, Wli aaf.haw
rnalmaater lleneral f rank II, llltehooek
aWrciatynf Navy lur Vtn l Mxyar
Havroury Interior w.a. Fi.har
ft, mar? ol Ari nltiua Jaime r nana
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I nioi J u t lea , ... Cliarl.i larl White
V. a, reuauiiil umiiilaaliinar
., Hlrliarde. U.H. Uud I ominiaalunet
Secretary of Stale
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0. a. Senator. I :;i".,,i,"1Bou:";""-
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t)oureeauiea ) !'!'
I A. W, lRctly
Chief Juailoe , R.n. a
1 1, A. Moore
J II. J. Mran
W. It. Hiirnrtl
It. A. MoHr.de
aisva wnictiL utarain,
Maury U Rrnaoa
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i rlnl Senator 1. Marrymea
til V fedkuen
o a. lamp orrics.
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LA K. COUNTY
'""O . Daly
u'"? f W. Payne
fjasrla? W Hdexl.r
Iraaaurer t. O. Ablatroa
iTL- -: A. J. Scaler
?'"' '"r't. J.U. wiIIIm
Purveyor 8. A. Muab.o
Oomulaeloaer I i5 .: Sari
I r. a Aaiieraoa
t ouaty 4M'k Itiiwliir t'. f, Mailoy
K. K. Kluaharl , ....!..... Sterol
K. K. hfny i
'J ", . CoaocUmoe
Wirt. Wallace ...tronrdn
A. aiebtr . .. , . u 1 rwumrer
I.a K I V I iw coafll ): I A Lr iv n " :
IVr.l.lrni x L. hrlitea
Ire rreeidatit Klin, t : Ahi.iN.M.
H.H)ialay ..Jjr, g ((, K,aru
ireaaurer ...rraia Hleh
Truatew J. W. Hunter, U. W. Moreen,
W. V, Weir
flrWT UKTIIUUIHT CHUKt'll Sl'NDA V
Vhool at lua. m. Frearhlng every Subday at
1 1 a. m . and 7 :u p. in. r.pwortb latif .vary
outlay eveulu at t:4&. Prayer Movtiu Tbare
lay at 7:10 p. m. Obotr meetlua at : vp. m,
.adlee' Ala Krery WtliinHly at l:so p. at.
verybody cordially lavitxl to all torvkw.
M.T. MIHK, l aator.
I KMT BAI'l liT C Mi: Rill or LAkfc-VU
rn-arblnc aarvlue al HAM aud 7:u I' M oi
CATHOLIOI HUht H-aVKKV M'MlAV MASH
at S:0uand lua.m.l Koaery al !: i.m. Maae
ou weekdays at 7.oo a in, rivrvlivi In tbe Near
Cburvb. MATKIAH II HI IT. SJ.
riHHT fKKMH YTKkl AN I MUHi H OK LAKK
VIKW. rorala In the Maaonle Hall, Sunday
Hcbool at 10:U0 A.M.: Moruluf frrvtreat ll:uo
Kveulua Hervire al :K). Prayer Mertin on
Wednaadaya at T: P.M. All are cordially la
VlUd. KKV. O. T. MokiiAN. Pb. I., Paalor.
Klltirr aAPTTeTlTHUKi U Of oiH I.AiTfc
at Near Pine i Mi.tirwii. Prearblnf ear.
vlveeal 11 A M aad T:u M of earh Xundar
of everv moiilh, Mnndar Hrhool at lo A al.
Prayer Service al T:S0 ou A'adueuiay events
ol eai-h weed. All are cordially luvlled Iw
alteud I be eertlcre.
kKV. L. K. HKKt'ERVOH.
etated meetluea Haiiinlar on or It-lore full
moon. January 7tb. Marrk 2nd, March avta
April 77ib. May f.lli. Juue ttuli, ltli. hp lei
uievliuaa uunn call, aeiinrally aeturday even
lna. Vlalllim brethren eU-onii. w. Lair
Tboupeoo. W. M. A. W. Orton, beo'j
O. U. W.-LAKKViKW MI1H1K KO. 111.
Mrru every eeoouij and lourth Tliureday of
eavb month, In Waaonlc Hall, lakeview,
i;baa.loouliiKwn, M.W.t Wu.Uuniber. K.
OaUKCK Or HONOK I.AKKHHOHK lA.ir.
No. 77, I), of It.. A.O. V. W., Meets (: aud
third Tuuredaya of each mooih I -..ino
Kail: Mar Poai. Col II.) J. Hell Arauer, U
of II. Lura Hnydvr (J. ol C.j Alameda
I. O. O. P -I.AKKVJKW IAIIMII, So. t. I
O.r., meeta every Hatntday eveninii . .-
rellowa Hall, at 7:SUo'clm'k, Irom Ocimr I
to April I, and at a olrlork Irom April 1 f
Hvpinmbiir Ml, D. U. huinla, N. ii.;
tr .11. a
.nil lor nocicty at I:SU r M. Martial Youa
I'eofile'a lBlua alS sePMoa rmi b rioeday,
Prayer Uetnlna- al 7:) f M Wa-liwaday eve.
eluf. Kverybuily Invito to atune ail wt.
lava KaV, A. t hlMMUK
I. O. O. K.-l AKKVIkW ENCAMI'MKNT NO. I
1. f. O. r ., niveta the rlrat and third Ihura
dayevenlnaifaiih month In xd Pellowa A
Hail. Lakeview. O. Arthur, C. I'., A. II "
lauimeraley, her I be.
BKHKKAH I.OHIKl.AICEVJKW LOIX.K, NO
, l.O. O.K., roeeie tbe enennd and loiirlb
Krlilayaoleanh uioiiib lu Odd follow. Uall,
Mr iM'lla thi'U. y, N (1; Ml.. Iulae Hlork
man, V ill Alice Bunting, Ireaaurer; M. I.
O K. a, OK1KNTAL CIIAPTKR. NO 6, LAKH
view. Oieou, Meet on Tueaday, on or be
lor full moon anil two week vbervalter, In
waaonle llall.at 7:H0o'cloik.
Vial tin membera are cordially Invited.
L11.1JK UA&Klb. Vt.M.
IDA UMBACH. Heorelarv
ltrilUK W. OttTON
All I'rncttra Eicept U. S
Land Olllce HuMness.
J,, i'. touu
Attorney at Law
aud Notary Public
J D. VKNATOIt
Attorney at Law,
lind Matter Mpcvlali
OPKfCK Daly nnllilln.
Land and Law Office
Abatractor of Titles
Katabllahed IHSH lkcvlcw, Or.
V, I-A1R THOMI'HON
Attorney at Law
OIBce In O. V. L.Co.'a Huildlng.
DP.ADLEY ENGINEERING CO.
kilning V Civil ICiigliiciTH
Mining Locution und Patent Survi y,
Furm and IniKutloa Work,
"ONADNOOK III.lMJ., ,, HAN FKAM'lh. 1),
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