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The buildings had false fronts (there was still one these false fronted buildings standing as late as 1997). The railroad facilities included a four-stall engine house, yard trackage and a water tank.There was a mill called the Eccles Mill near Austin.They had 12 foot wide bunks and were stacked close to 20 feet from the ground.There were other sawmills in the area which were the Baker White Pine mill on Crawford Creek, the Stoddard Brothers Lumber Company, later becoming Stoddard Lumber Company, did a lot of logging in the local area, hauling logs on their own trains in to their mill in Baker.This mill was in operation during the decade preceding World War I.
In the beginning, until the dry kilns were built, the lumber produced at the Bates mill was loaded green onto flat cars and hauled to Baker, where it was dried in the kilns at the Oregon Lumber Company mill there. Some time ago I read and "filed" some old Grant County deeds and property records. Newton must have been her second husband, having been previously married to a man named Austin. She had a viable stage stop business and made a deal with the bank.Today Bates along with its saw mill, its railroad and all of the people who once lived there now only exist as memories and faces in old photos of the former residents.The technique of logging in the beginning at Austin and Bates was simple. In those days of the early 1900s most types of work did involve hard, physical labor.The means were served family style in ample proportions.Austin was quite a town in its day, with several saloons, stores and even a jail.