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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 17, 1910)
LklK VOVH IV I.AAMINKH, LAKKVIRVT, OBKOOXJTIIUKHDAl, FEBRUARY 17, IQIW
Texas Land !
Sold on Crop Payment Plan
Grows Rice, Sugar, Oranges, Ac.
(c9ynbc taw. hr J. a.
Detective Qnlrk of police beadquar-
t wu a good maa. With outsider
that meeat that ha waa boneat and
l-falthful sad weald not betray bis trust
OUR PROPOSITION mth hla ehM 11 m"nt M
' I not ha v. to wafrh Mm milt aj
We will scll'you nn improved farm in the CluJf District aa ha did the others, of hia ataf. Mr.
o rejrns, in Wharton County, and let you pay by giving Qult MTtp
j-V. i i ... . -r- . Oaboriao. Do Bolagobey or Vldoco. Bo-
' ma nee had nothing to do with hla tak
j log op dttactira work. II waa not
us two-fifths of your crop each year until we h'tve rcceiv
ctl the purchaHc price.
Thla Company owtia 25,000 acre of land. About 10.000 acre of It was
la crop thla year, aud yhdded 00 bushels to the acre. It contains over 60
or farm b
entire city of Ioula.
Colorado lllver by a pumping plant large enough to furnUh water to the
sure my oi nu iouta.
BThle land I all a block loam Roil. It I adapted to the growing of sugar
cAne, alfsJUa, cotton coru, oranges, figs and vegetables of all kinds. Any of
these cropa can be grown without Irrigation and, equipped a It la with
canals for Irrlgetlou aud with and with an abundant water anpply, It la
particularly suited to the cultivation of the banner orop of this country,
rtc. : . :
Our laoda will bn aold equipped for Irrigation with a guarantee of surfl
rlent water to KAISK KICK or an Other Product of thla acttlon. which
salad CANe, APHLU5, GRAPES, HQS. ORANdtjS and GRAPE rKUIT.,
ay The pMra of those land thus equipped range from fjS.UO to $S0. 00 per
Acre, ace trill a g to Location, Improvements and Quantity of Laud al
ready la Crap. '
a We require a Caah Pay rat-nt ol fd.0) per acre aud 14.00 more per acre In
el taontha, ao that jroa will hare enough invented to give you an Interest
la working the land You do not sign a not or mortgage for the balance,
tat merely agree- to tmuixrl ua Two-Fiflha of Your CYop Each Year aa yocr
payment, u the eoly payment you ara required to make.
BY THIS PLAN
nave no nn
If yoa hare a hard rear we share your hardship and you will
paid not it We voo In the face. I you have good yeart, ai wt
will have, vour farm U aoon tald for.
Vou can chooso your own crop, except that wa requlro at luaxt 75 'qer
cem 01 awn crop q ue kico, aa wc kuow it in me moat proiuauie
S: H. RILEY.
.I . LAND DEPT.,
SAN ANGELO. TEXAS)
Lane City, Wharton 4County, Texas
' Itnv Pirvi! Mnf rienrvlri Crinrv. 'IVxns.
Aure to mention TMI2 12XAMINEK when you write advertisers.
LAKE COUNTY ABSTRACT CO.
Q lacorporared. Q
JA Complete Record
re navv mane an enure tranwript til till Itiiedhlg Iri Iak!
Couoty which luany way, affect Ural I'rojeriy 111 ihe connty.
We have a ttmpleta Kecord of every Mortgage and tranafer
r. aver made la Iake County, and ever Deed given.
iV Errors Found in Title
Iatranacribrng tl rHf.ardt we lift ve found numerou'a roo'rt"
age racorded in lue Ueed record add Indeied: and inanv
deed a-re recorded In the Mortgage rcotd add other booka.
lUadmda of mortgagee and deeda are ot fddeted at all, and
ynoet ouncuit to trace Dp from tbe reeorda. ;
0V wThttvc'notatfoni of al I these Errot;
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w OtUort Pftnnot And them. We have put hu-idreda of dofhrra
buotiRtf Up theae- vtrorn, and we can fully guarantee oar work.
J. D, VENATOR, manager.
FARM, CITY AND TOWN LOANS
FIVE PER CENT interest, NINE ygttrV time with
privilege of paying at any time. Ketttrn payments
monthly, quarterly, semi-annually or annually, to suit
borrower. For partictlars write
The Jackson Loan and Trust Co.
310 Century Hldg. Denver, Colorado.
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down en crime and rrhnlnala and bant
ing bad men Into prlaoo from any feel
ing of duty toward tba law.
Mr. Qatrk realised that aa detective
he had a good thing la hla graep.
There was a field open to hkn that la
open to M other man oatalde the pro
fession. It waa for him to work that
Held. Deiectlvea have aold themselves
oat for a few hondred or a few tboe
aand dollars. In Mr. Quirk's opinion
such men were aasea sad had mistaken
their vocation. He aighed to be rich,
bat ha didn't propoee to blonder about
It He must Bret get a standing wlta
his superiors and the public. He work
ed for Ave years to accomplish thla. A
doxen traps were act for him. but bo
escaped them all by being Incorrupti
ble. He worked a case for all It waa
worth, and he never let up or com
promised. If he caught a broker In a
gambling bouae he had no more mercy
on him than the thief be raugbt ateal
lug lead pipe. The burglor who offered
him $1,000 to look tho other way for a
uipmeut fared nn did tu pnllilHun who
offered blm a like riuu to "U t np" In
c art. Ilia fi-JJow detectives pocketed
their "divvies' and culled blm a fool,
and hla chief looked over bin reports
and nlmoMt believed t Lin t be ti:id fuuiid
a subordinate dwervltos of n medal
The day came when Mr. tynlrk real
ized that be bud etHl.HK!ied hl reU
tatlon and thnt he wmid ptill off hla
aebciue with mifety. He had It In view
for a year. He bud several time bee:)
called In by the president of tbo
National bank to Ktrnlghtcn out crook
ed things and bod thus lieeome Aell
acquainted with the bank mesHcner.
old Foleom. Folsom waa sixty years
old. H walked with a hobble. He had
rheumatlam. and old age had weaken
ed hjm. Tet the bank kept blm, and
aoeninaiy by roe act of ProvMenco
itft had oever beell Attacked py tba
cutf sjwaa look.of for 1 good thing,
fa.'tnrtlfig' hU rotthds hk sdtUKtltiH
rarrWd 1900,000 tn hekl. la retorts
latT ifriiiS he sometlmea broaght
t-MOOOO la ttMh htm. Mr, Quirk
tlOf twaliHod whir HaNatas ft
waa, bot h t tiered bo wtfnd of ware
tag. He waa wlltifij to establU kla
recmlstWaL - -
ATter cwnrng-'at two anaf biiiH MMia
irevt old rotoota always took M MM
mr tkrosglr aa alier to reach hla otri
faatJtatioB. It waoa't aav alky ao aaoch
mm' K wa a posaageway. It waa only
all feofifa width and used by pedcatrt
'ans only." At any moment from 10
'o'clock fa tb Baoralng tUI S ta the
aftftnoon yoa eoald look p or down
tie ofiey od. coast at least twenty
pedestrians coming or going. There
were doors opening Into the rear of
office building, and there waa one
door opening Into en empty building
that had formerly been rag ahop.
One afternoon Folsotn failed to return
to the bank at bis nsual hour. When
half an hoar had passed, an a la no was
given. Men were fonnd who had aeeo
htm In the alley, but an alarm of Are
was on at the time, and there were
much excitement and confusion. At 10
o'clock that night Foleom was found
In the old rag shop. Ho had received a
severe blow on the head and was tied
and gagged. Something tike $130,000
In cash bad been taken from hla satch
el. It was Mr. Quirk who waa given
the case, and It waa Mr. Quirk who
found the old sana after a long hunt.
It was four daya before Folsotn re
gained conaclouBoeas and told bis sto
ry There was very little to tell. He
hnd backed up agnlrmt the door to
stand far a moment and look for the
fire, and the door had been opened, he
had been drawn In, and then followed
the blow on the head and darkness.
He bad not even wen his assailant
He waa very grateful to Mr. Quirk,
and he felt the fullest confidence In
him, and yet there was a clew that he
aupitreesed. Why he did be could not 1
have told hunsetf. Aa bo fell he must
have grasped the man's coat aud torn
off a button., for there waa the button
clinched tightly In his hand. They
took It from him at the hospital and,
strangely enough, en Id nothing about It
until two weeks later when he waa dis
charged. Theu It waa among hla
thlaga. Polaom could not make it out
at first It had the name of a tailor on
It and he had never patronized the
man. He believed he bad seeu but
tons like that on a business suit and
It came to him after that the eult be
longed to Mr. Quirk. The tailor cor
"Mr. Folaom waa old, bnt be did not
lack wit and acumen. He act himself
to work, and Inside of a fortnight he
found men who had noticed the detec
tive In the alley on the duy be waa
assaulted. In the dust on the floor he
found tracks and measured them. Tie
bad been bound with new rope. He
I discovered who had purchased it and
where. Aa a matter of fact, ho work
ed up a good case against Mr. Quirk
and had blm arrested, nnd ten hours
later the missing money wua found un
der the floor of the hitter's room. He
would not confess, but the jury found
blm guilty, and he got a sentence of
twelve years and died after serving
half of it Ho had planned for years
only to be caught by a man from whom
ho tbeogbt ha had nothing whatever to
fear. M. Q.UAIX
In Tho Coaaty Court. Of Tba Btate
Of Oregon 1 For Lake Coaaty. .
Order To Show Cease: Id th mat'
tei of too Uoardlaoehlp of Aryaa
Emerson and Errol Kmersoa minors.
It appeariog to this Coort from
tba petition tbia day presented and
Hied by Karoham E. Harris, tba gnard
Ian of tba etatee wltblo tho State of
Oregon of tba above-named Bryan
Emerson and Errol Emerson, ' non
resident minors, piayiog for ao order
of sale of oertalo real estate belonging
to said minora, that It would ho to tba
best interests of aald wards and eaoh
of them tmU sooC real estatoshoald bo
sold. It Is hereby ordered that (Ho oeit
of kla of the said warda and all per
sons interested In the said estate ap
pear before this Court 00 Wednesday
the 20th day of April, 1910, at tho boar
orien o oiook A.M. or said day at tho
Courtroom of this Coort, at the
Courthouse In the Coaaty of Lake,
State of Oregon, Uen and there to
show cause why aa order should not
be granted for the sale of soeh real
eatata. described la suob petitloa aa
follows: Tho undivided ooe-tbird in
terest, subject to a right of dower,
10 the Northeast Quartet of tho Booth
weit Quarter of Beutioo Twenty-eight
id Township Tblrti-olne South, (Uoge
Twenty, East of the Willamette Meri
dian, in Lake Coonty, Htata of Ore
goo, aod It la farther ordered that
this order bo served by publishing
the same oooe eaoh week for three
aaooeeslve weeks prior to said 20 1 a
day of April, 1910, in the Lake Coun
ty Examiner, a newspepei of general
circulation and published la Lake
Coonty, Oregon. 4
Dated this 11th day of February,
1910. B. Daly
Couoty Jadge -7W10
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
Public Land bale
Department of the Ioerior, U. S.
Land Office at Lakeview, Ore., Feb.
Not Coal Land. Herlal 02598
Notice J a hereby given that, aa di
rected by the Commissioner of .the
(Jeoeral Land Office, under provi
dona of Act of Congress, approved
June 27, 1900 (31 Stats., 517) we will
ofl'er at public, sale, to the highest
bidder at 10 o clock A. M., 00 the
lth day of March 1910, t. this offloe,
t he following described land: NWK
8V; SWJSFJ beet ion 17, fowg
shin 'M South, Itaagu 'JO Caf.
Auy persons claiming adversely
the above described land are advised
to file their claims, or objections, oa
or before the time designated for
ARTIIUR w. ORTON. Register.
FRED P. CRONEMILLER,
Aa cow and hen do not read taw
aiarket reports, they are cot working
overtime to produce fifty coat btto
The Moors would be pot Aofww (a
gurry If tho Spanish fougfct their aa
mica aa savagely aa they fight
ALCOHOL 3 FEB cint
tiOg the SlMKfe ad&axktf
ness and festXoiminj nata
Opium .Morphine norrtaeralj
Aperfed Remedy forOmsfl
Hon - Sour StonadtDtantm
Worms jfjonvulstoas jevrna
ness and LOSS OF SLFXP.
FacSintee Slgnanst of
For Infanti and ChlMrf tl.
The Kind You ilavo
m m asa m
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Exact Copy of Wrapper.
A Utttm alWocor -atflrCfceof Aaa)
aritMf GbliutaW tnUaiott.
ALL FRUIT THREES
MUST BE SPRAYED
To Lake County Orchard lata:
Notice is hereby given that frait
urowers most make pieparationa to
throughly spray tbeir trait trees
luring the year 1V10.
A. M. SMITH, Inpaeetor
Oated, Nov 1th, 1909 Imo.
TFe R.eal Home Paper.
Ihe San Francisco
M. H. ? YOUNG.
Save, Conservative end WeD Edited.
StmtrUy'fi in Colors ;
Wm. Wdl&qc. Deakr M UStsvbw, Ore.
I A B . 41 W- J Y .SI TTL r " w w w " -
VflfW 1W7 We "ve Found Those Er-
rors in the Coonty Records.
Blue Prints Made
1 will make Blue Printa of
tiny towutblp of land In the
Lakeview Laud District, and
do abHtract work. Call or
W. B. SNIDER
Lakeview . Oregon
j Abstract, of Title, to all Lands in
Lake County Furnished.
Tract Index Abstracting Co.
Wm. JACOBS, Manager.
LAKV1EW. - - onpnriM
III . m4
OREGON MAP SALE
I'rk-e tM)e while they Last.
Shows all Land Grant I-audu,
and hastheORUON fllLITARY ROAD
Urant complete, by nectlona.
Kntlre output of this map owned by
HUNTER LAND CO.,
427 LumlR'rint'u'a BldR.
"CAMPBELL SYSTEM" '
"Norman Golden, a Dilll n rancher, haa proiuced froui 75 aerea thiH
season, a crop of potatoe worth 116,125.00, ualng tiH-
rAnPBELL DRY FARM SYSTEM,
mi 1 a n. ...
inejieia was xi.) oue dollar sacks p-r acre, or 351 buhhels per
There U no reason why you can not get results like this hi following
the principles recorded in iuk
CAHPAELL'S SCIENTIFIC Phoi,
A Monthly Magaslue of authority on Soli Cultui..
CAMPBELL'S SCIENTIFIC FARMER
THE LAKEVIEW EXAMINER
Has asalidbtvech ITS SATE
This Is tho greatest game gun la the world.
rA 1 . 1 . 1L . mfti - gTrr.TTy"..
wiu uumers wnie us mat I s nara h tt nc. nuir.1t A.MM "
in action and safe. The city sportsman, who
snoots only occasionally prefers it, because of Its a
light recoil. The Kick reloads It and you have-rV A,
5 shots af your command. Five shots, solid J! .,t
breech, hammerless. S'x
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