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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 14, 1905)
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meflUYUHHicti IIIC mo leuen,. re ,00 , tMriM
Hand n 2 Men klsie.uk. a hr to mekt thy go.
Dancing men. (1(lltlon of a p nni n eted
a mnHHiiRo MjiW t, Hhownd me that tbe
(('ui tinned.) "sl,,nl 'u" prwMHllim from pprnuaslon
,0 throats, and my knowledge of the
" crook of Chicago prepared mc to find
,,ro -- that lie might very rapidly put his
,! nil forma f iwt wrltnim. u. worda Into action. I at oru-o came to
Milntioii wn -h.t enough. Tin flmt Norfolk with my rrl.-nd and col league
mPt,m. siil.inlttiMl to mo win ho Hhort Dr. Watson, l.m. unhappily ' only lii
,!,( It wiih ImpoRHll.lP for me to do time to find that the wornt had already
morj' I'11"1 to Hny wltl1 "0,,", ""-iioo occurred."
that the hviiiIioI X "tood for E. An on "It la a privilege to be 'asuoclated
Ire aware. K In Hie moat common let with you In the handling of a case"
twin the F.iiRllHh alphabet, and It pre Hold the limpector warmly. "You will
dominate to ho marked an extent that excun me. however. If I apeak frankly
errti m " -- jwii. mo are only anawerable to
pt to find It moHt often. Out of fir- youi-nclf, but I have to answer to my
trn symbol In the flint menage four auperlora. If thin Abe Rlaney living
were the "iii. It wn" reanonntile to at Elrlge'a. la Indeed the murderer and
Kt this down an K. It I true that In If he has made hla escape while I ara
mow raHCH the flgur wan lirarlnff a Mted hpro , Hhoul(1 cerUla,r apt lntn
"You need not be uneasy. He will
not try to escape. "
"now do you know?"
"To fly would lie a confession of
"Then let uh go to arrest him."
"I expect him here every Instant.
"But why abould ho come?"
"Because I have wrltteu and asked
nut thl la Incredible, Mr. Holmes!
ffar and In some on ho not. but It wan
probable, from the way In which the
Hup! were distributed, that tliey were
khI to break the aentence up Into
word". I accepted this uh n hypotheslM
tnd noted that E was reprenented by Jrj.
"But now came the real difficulty of
the Iminlr.v. Tin order of the English
letters nftcr E Is by no moans well
marked, and any preponderance which
unjr be shown In tin average of a
printed sheet may lie reversed In a sin-
jle lirt sentence. Speaking roughly, VTiy should he conic because you have
T, A. O. I. X. H. H. U, I) and L are the asked Lira? Would not hucu a request
numerlciil order In which these letters rather rouse hU suspicions and cause
occur, but T. A, O and I ore very near- Mm to fly?"
lj anreiiHt of each other, it ml It would 1 thluk I have known how to frame
be an endless task to try each oomhl- the letter," said Sherlock Holmes. "In
nation until a meaning Mas arrived al. fact. If I am not very much mistaken,
I therefore waited for fresh tuaterlnl. bere la the gentleman himself coming
la my second interview with Mr. II II- up the drive."
The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been
In one for over 30 .years, h borne th fdtrnfttnr of
an bas been made under his per-Cj&j0tJrffl-fi,,
nal apervi8lon since Its Infancy.
7A 4CAUW. Allow no one to deceive you In this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-as-good" are but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children Experience again Experiment.
What is CASTORIA
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Caster Oil, Pare
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It i Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
ubstance. Its age is Its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Feverfchness. It cures Diarrheea and Wind
Colic It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Bears the Signature of
ton Cnliltt he was able to give me two
other short sentences and one message,
which npl'cfircd, since there was no
Hag, to lie a single word. Here are the
ymbitlK. Now, In the Hlngle word I
have already got the two Ks coming
lerontl and fourth in a word of five let
ters. It might be 'never' or 'levor or
"never.' There can be no question
that the hitter as a reply to an appeal
It far the niost probable, and the c!r-!
furflfttiiuccH pointed to Its liclng a reply '
written by the lady. Accepting It as
cornet, we nre now able to say Uuit
lh ayuibols ,
nd respectively for K, V nnd U.
"Even now I was In considerable
difficulty, but a happy thought put mo
la possession of several other letters.
It occurred to me that If these appeals
came, ns I expected, from Home one
who had been intimate with the lady
lo her enrly life a combination whlcii
contained two E's with tiireo letters
between might very well stand for the
wine 'ELSIE. Ou examination I
found that suWi a combination formed
fa termination of the iiiohkiikc, which
ii three tunes repented. It was cer
Willy Home appeal to 'Elsie.' In this
ay I had got niv I,, 8 and I. ISu'
Iiat appeal could it be? There were
Mir four letters In the word which
preceded 'Elsie,' nnd It ended In E.
Surely the word must be 'COME.' I
trittl all oilier lour letters ending lu
B.lmt niui, iiacl none to lit the case.
So nun w as in possession r (', O
td M. and 1 was in a position to at-
Uc the lifst message once more, dl
fWag It into words mid putting dols
f each symbol which was still uu- !
owu. Sn treated It worked tint In I
"to fashion; j
il EUE . . E KL. Ni: . j
"Niiu. Hie liisl letter can only be A, j
li U-U is a most useful discovery, slmv j
Jtw-eurs no fewer than three limes In f
nh.irt sentence, nnd the II Is also;
'Wwreiil it, Hie sicoiid wold. Now it
HeOlllis ; I
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"m Hit Ina.,
' the .,.,.,.
A . ELUI . KS.
JWU eoi, only make sen e by put-
i ami ; f,. tlo missing letters
Uwli,K nmt the name was that
'"i"' house or inn nt which the
filer hum htuying."
'H.ilr Marti,, u,i j m, liHteniM
Will II ..
1 , iniiioHt interest to the mil
fl, , 0l(,,,r a.-coimt .f how mv friend
l ""i hi'isliii'.wi ........i. i.i ,i. i
i ' "linn mill ii nun
' " Complete
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J Imd every reason to suppose that
' Al'e Slaiiey was uu American,
1 Ahe Is uu American contraction
J, M '"ll,'r '" America had
f l,. , Hll,l'l''K 1'olnt of all the trou
Hii ii 111111 ulso 'v,!,-y eause to think
.... I.I lillllllll !.....
' llmlli.r l'l... I...1..I.. ..n..l.... (..
,.f j uu jiitiy h umiMiuiin i
pant nnd her refusal to tuko lier
nil Into her contldenci' both pilnt-
" "'lit direct Inn I 1
h!ly v Wilson llurgieiive of the
ireti l'"H,e bUionu, who liio
ol"r lo'idc use of my kuowl
iii'ii Loinlon crime. 1 asked him
urn ll"r r Al" ''""'y v"
u lu lihu. Here Is the reply: "J'hc
i.:ui: a . E m.am: .
in the obvious vacancies
AHE f i.ANKY.
ii Hers now I ha I I could
ci iiisldeni li.e confidence
i .essiige, which worked
a command over our
you do then, sir?" asked
,.u, , . in iiii7 ii-nij .
' uaiigoroiw crook lu (.ihlcago.
"-'T UVlllllliir ........ ...1.1. 1, i lr.,.1 l.lu
'HWn. iiil Ii lin II nun -
'r lliltuii Cuhlit ueiil inn the last
"""' fioiu siauey. Working with
A man was striding up the path
which lod to the door, ne was a tall,
hRndsome, sworthy fellow, clad In a
lult of gray flannel, with a panams
but, a bristling black lieard and a
peat, aggressive hooked nose, and
nourishing a cane as he walked. He
iwnggered up the path as If the plnce
belonged to him, and we beard his loud,
L'outldcut pen I at the bell.
"I think, gentlemen," said Holmes
ijulctly, "that we bad best take up our
position behind the door. Every pre
caution is necessary when dealing with
such a fellow. You will need your
tiiiudciift'H, Inspector. You can leave the
talking to me."
We waited lu silence for a minute
one of those minutes which one can
uever forget. Then the door opened
and (he I ii a ii stepped lu. In an Instant
Holmes chipped a pislol to his head,
ami Martin slipped the handcuffs, over
his wrists. It wus nil done so swifily
and deftly that the fellow was help
less before he knew that he wus at
tacked. He glared from one to the
other of us with u pair of blazing hi. id;
c;. es. Then he burst into a bitte laugh.
"Well, gentlemen, you have the drop
ou me this time. 1 srem to have kiioi k
ed up against something linnl. lint 1
ciimc here in answer Ij u letter troui
Mrs. Hilton Culiilt. Holi't tell me Unit
she is In this! Ikin't tell me that xlu
helped to si't a trap for me!"
"Mrs. Hilton Culiitl was seriously in
jured nnd Is at death's door."
The man gave u bourse cry of grief,
which rang through the house.
"You're crazy!" he cried fiercely. "It
was he that was hurt, not she. Wu:
would have hurt lillle Elsie? I may
have threatened her -(Sod forgive me!
-but 1 would not bare touched a hair
nf her pretty head. Take It buck you!
Suy thai she is not hurt!"
i "She was found badly wounded by
the side of her dead husband."
He sank witli u deep groan on to the
settee anil buried his face in his man
acled hands. I'or live minutes he was
silent. Then lie raised his face once
more nnd spoke with the cold com
posure of despair.
"I have no hliig to hide from you,
gentlemen," said he. "If 1 shot the
man he hud his shot at inc. and there's
no murder iu that. Hut If you think 1
could have hurt that woman, then you
don't know cither me or her. I tell
you, there was jiever a man In this
world loved a woman more than I loved
her. I had a right to her. She was
pledged to me years ago. Who was
this Englishman that he should come
between us? 1 tell you that I had the
first right to her and that I was only
claiming my own."
"She broke away from your iutiueuee
when she found the man that you are,"
mi I1 Holmes sternly. "She tied from
America to avoid you, and she married
an honorable gentleman lu England.
You dogged her and followed her and
made her lite a misery to her lu order
to induce her to abuudou the husband
whom she loved and respected In order
to fly with you, whom she feared uud
hated. You have ended by bringing
about the death of a noble mail and
driving his wife to suicide That Is
your record iu this business, Mr. Abe
Shiney, nnd you will answer for it to
"If Elsie dies I care nothing what
becomes of inc." wild tho American,
Ho opened one of his bunds and look
ed at n nolo crumpled u iu hlx lolm.
"Sco here, mister," ho cried, wlth a
gleiini of suspicion iu his eyes, "you're
not trying to scare mo over this, are
vou? If tho lady U hurt as bud us
you say. who wus it thut wrote this
note?" Ho tossed It forward ou to th
(Cunt lulled on lust page.)
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
tOC"CD AMD DCPCNOCD. nl moiM,
dmwlnijr or photo, iter Kpirt mrrn oa frmmfmrl.
FrM tilrtce, how obuUn fMUenu, tnuto mArk
eopxrtrfit eta, m ALL COUNTRIES.
finHHest dirtct wit WaiMxgton tttvtt time.
w'mrr ana lyirn'Mr paimi.
httnt and InfringtmMt Practtei Exctvilvdy.
writ or come to mi it
IU Xlatk ItrMt, MM ItatM htal 0M,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
H wmminTOB, D. c.
Attorney and Counaelor at Law.
i3io Coiiiwticut Avenue
Washington, D. C.
All penon who have heretofore made FINAL
PROOP In an- kind of Land, Mineral or Tka
ber Entries, which- hae been accepted by tbe
Reg-liter or Receiver of any U. 5. Land Oflke,
can have the luuanae of their IJ, 8. Patent for
tald Land promptly attended to by (ending
me their Duplicate Recelets, or Certificates of
Entry, and an agreement to pay me $10 when
ever aald Patent shall Issue.
, . State Agent
mo aoejsaaa. a? ewaw smear. scw voaa err.
DELIGHTFUL WAT TO CROSS THE CONTINENT
Thaough Salt Lake City, tilenwood Springs, Leadville, Pueblo,
Colorado Springs and Denver.
Through Nature's Art Gallery
Canyon of The Clrande, Tennessee Pass,
Pass and the Royal Gorge
ji Trade Marks
Anvonesenillna a skeSub and daaoiiotlon mm
qnlckl? ucertuln our opinion free whether ma
InTetitlnn Is probablf patentable. Communlca.
ttent ptrlctly oonfldentiaa Handbook on FatouCa
sent free. OMest arane for seconnc patents.
Patents taken tbrouati Munn ik Co. recelvo
special notice, without charge. In tbe
A handsomely lllnstrated weekly.
lermi, so a
TRAINS DAILY BETWEEN OODEN AMD DENVER
F.qi ll'NKXT NKRVII K lK OM TO
SEEK NO FURTHFR FOR BETTER C4NT BE FOUND
For Detailed Information Address
rV. C. ricBRIDE, Oeneral Agent
124 Third Strert PORTLAND. OREGON
Look at the ileHi:ription8 of the land (
liHtotl with The Exauraur this week for
sale, and select your piece liefore it
been Hold toeotue one eUe.
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WESTERN STAGE LINE
Oflice at the Mercantile Company's i
Store Lakevicw, Oregon.
rJ- If A
culatlon of anv scientific lourn&L
Tear: four montha, ftL. Sold brail newsdealera.
MUNN & Co.388-'- New tork
Branch OIBoo. 62S V 8U Washlnstou, D. C
Tbe Harney County
Live Hioek AHsocia
tion, of wbicb I ara
a member, pays t?S0
reward fgi evidence
liiading to the con
viction of parties
straliiiR mock be-
f4Jt"'r!'- In addition I
.'Aifffr till n.uuril
Home brand horse-
Hhoe bar on cither
or both jaws. Re
corded in II counties
Mange, Hirner, l.nLi and ( rook Counties.
Homrs vonted when wM Horm a sold to paHi
tbrougb ibiH suction nil) be reported in this
paper. If not no reported, please write or tele
phone Tbe Tiinei, Herald, Main H4, Burns, Ore
gon W W Uhown, Kile, Ore.
Kiue Mhc- Kum h In Modoc (sunt;
Tbe Examiner )ihs for nale one of th
sheep ranches in Modoc county, which noi
trols tbe beat raiiKe in California it consists
of StiO acres all under fence. It 'lies along Pitt
river for 2 miles. Besides other buildings
there are two houses miles apart. It is an
ideal sheep raucU. If taken quick it will be
soid for tnuau.
Pnily from Lakeview to Bly, connect
ing with Daily Stage to the railroad.
E. CASEBEER, - - Proprietor
1 I )rjn m :. - j.
r.i'IUrV t v, -v ,v-r- sir
I jfore You Purchasa Any Other Write
THE NIW NPM! etWl'iO MACHINl COMPANT
Many SaVyli g Machines are made to sail regard
less tf Quai.ty. b :t t' e " Krw Home" ii mad
lo wear. Our ar..ty ncvr tuns out
We make-Sewing i.-lchines to suit all conditions
of the trade. The " iow Home" s'.ands at the
her.i of all lliah-srmle family sewing machine
Hold by Mit:ioriKHl dealer ouly,
, Hi BAUK BV
The now fi-mi" SewniK Machine Co.
In the matter of the Katate of JOHN
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed has filed in the County Court of
Lake County, Oregon, the final account
of his administration of said estate, and
that Monday, the second day of October
11)05, at the hour of 10 oclock A. M., at
the County Judge's office in Lakeview, J
Oregon, has been appointed by the.
Court us tho time and place for hearing
objections to said report and to the set'
tleinent of said estate thereon.
T. M. C11HISMAS, Administrator.
Pitted August 17th, 1805.
Lakeview Cigar Factory
A. Stoukman, Prop.
COUNTHY OUOKUa S0LIC1TKD
blanks at the Examiner
(Jive ud a . trial. Store in the brick
building next door to l'ost & King sa
loon, Lakeview, Oregon.
Bean th 1,18 111(1(1 You Ha Al"av8 6"tt
Bruits with Hwallow Pork la
rlgbl ear for ewes; reverse
for wetbers. Some ewe Square Crop and Hilt
la right ear. Tar Brand 111. Range, Crans
Lake. Postnfiioe address, Lakeview, Oregon :
Brands with Crop off left ,
ear, Half Undercrop off -
right for ewes; reverse for wethers Tar Brand
W, Range, Fish Creek. PontotBue addres
Lakeview, Oregon j ;
Northern Stage Line.
A. W. BRYAN, Proprietor.
Leaves Lakeview at 6 a. iu.
every day but Sunday. t
Returning, leaves Paieley
at 6 :'ii0 a. m every day but
Passengers' are ti- Hound trip
OFFICE- Heyaolcts it Wiugneld's. Lakeslaw
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