Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 24, 1910)
lAKMxU.M) KAA.wl.M-.it LAKKMKW, OltKOON.lTUUKMDAl, KK15KUARY 21, Wit
exas Land t
FOR THE CHILDREN
Sold on Crop Payment Plan
Crows Rice, Sugar, Oranges, &c
OLf? PROPOSITION ;
,i i i the ' District
i vmi pay ly ivin
i li t a'c 1 1 i vc rccciv-
i i i III i i(f If Wll
1 1 m i 1 1 im over
.v fr irn.r.i i iii from the
I ; : l'( irul 'I ier to tin'
I I ( if HllltH'
;,.!-. ill ' All.V
ii til I ' It Ih with
I'm ! I i i i "' -iiily, It i
i i i i i- ,i i ii 4 count ry .
W'v will sell you mi m ' "
oi Tcxns, in Wharton ouni.
us two-fifths of your crop i i
cd the purchase price.
'I'hU I'oiiiii iuv own 25. i i
In rri I lit yar, hihI yli-l if I t
of f inn li'iM llnif. It u v.
CoI i'h I U!t hv ii til t ' T '
(ID nf re n( H'. Lnili.
T'm la. I I I- 'ill a lil'K'k bit II
cane, abulia, cotton corn, or . i
tliiMi crnrt chii lo urown wit '
Cil'iaU I k Irrigation ami wll n i . i '
la rtlf ul irly hiiii"I to tin nil lv t .i
O ir ImiiU wl'l Im hoIiI -l-i't- ' i il' in 'Hi I mmriil f nlll-
clen' wnt.T to It ISK HH'K or 'i i. hi r I'roJucH o IH tt Ion. which
iolude cANII, AI'I'LU. UK Mi. Hih, 'HANUivS 4Hl UK Mi FKUIT
Tln pMce of tln'iNi IhihI- t in " i i hi ' I run i-o m fj3.0 $30 00 per
Acr., it'll nllii to Loci in i. Ihii-m n a i I ' ,f Laml ul
rea-lv I" Crop
V. riH.nr.' il !mIi I'liyni mi j.m tilMnOn mt acre In
nil inontliH. mo t lint yn will mm i- . i i nv.- oi mi IfiUTfut
In wo-km the laml Yoiidnnii '(umil- r mi igK lor the balance.
I) n I merely nvtrf In .! il Two-I'M In ot Ytnir t'rni IJnrh u-
pavimMit, and the only payment von ar req JireJ t mik j
BY THIS PLAN
If von Iwive a Imril year wh -nun' o ir -1 - i i i i vn. uive no un
pn'll not - ii-ir voi In th fn ' Ii'ii i t I ' . i know yon
III Imvi". vtiur farm la an pll t "'
Von inu rhoo your own - r t .. en .' Hi t i - iilrv n' iia-t 75 qer
cent of am-n crop to bo llice mwim vi l ii" no iiroilt .
S. H. RILEY.
SAN ANGELO. TEXAS
Lane City, Wharton County, Texas
Hay City Matao tla County, Texas,
lie ure to mention TMli hXAMI.NKK when you write advertisers.
TUU la a Kamc Hint uptcIhvi the
mind. Home player Ix'Klna liy auk lug
qucxtlon ot tlio ieraoii neit to 111 in,
w I) Icli iniint lc aiiNWcred without ua
Iiik the vowrl which the qoeatloner
Conn tern lu the form of beena or
rhljia or Mia of nier ahould be evenly
distributed Ix-fore Hie jfnme lxKltia,
and If the forbliMeii vowel la ued la
answer the culprit muxt pay to the
qaeatloner three counlera.
The next lu liue then naka a crea
tion, and an n round the rlrcle. There
tnsy le a box of cnmllea for a prize,
and the one who hna the moat counters :
t the end of the K"e la the winner.
The ueHtlonliiK mny te like thla:
Q. Have you been out of towa thla ,
eeaaou' Anawer without o.
A. Yea, we were at the Hcualde. I
Q. I)o you love iiiiimIc? Anxwer with-!
A. Yea; very much.
Q. I)o you play tenula? Answer with
A. I do pluy It.
Q. I to you like punch? Anawer with
A. The drink I do not like; the paper
Q. Who told you about the wanp'a
neat? Anawer without o.
A. Then 1 ahould tell a atory; you
told me. (And ahe pay a a forfeit.)
LAKE COUN TY ABSTRACT CO.
Q Incorporarcd. 0
A Complett Record
Weluive tuiide an entin triuiMi ript oi nil Iti-corda In Luke
Omntv h icli In an r wiv.nnVct K-il l'roMTty In the county.
We have it complete Uin on! of every Morttfaifi- and irunafur
ever tnu.le In Lake tVnmiy, ami ever I H- I Riven.
Errors Found in Titles
In iranacribimt the record we have found nuim-roiia tnort
KiUP'M recorded In the Deed record and indexed; aud many
deed are recorded In the M or tirade record and oilier ttooka.
HuudrelH of inortKiiueM nud deed. me eot Indexed at all, ami
in out dllllcull to trtu'e 1 1 1 from the mordn.
We have notations of all these Errors.
Other cannot II ml them. We have put hundreda of dollara
liuutliiK up theae errora. and we can fully K'urnntet our work.
All the playera alt u round In a circle.
The player who drat thinks of an In
teresting character In one of (Jrlmin'a
fairy tales, or In "Alice In Wonder
land' or any other hook that la quite
familiar to all the plMjcrn, nits on the
floor within the circle inul IwrIdb to
deacrlbe the iharncter. 'J'lio other chil
dren listen carefully, and the first one
who thinks he has kucmhc1 the charac
ter atta on the floor Ix'side the other
aud continues to ileHi-ril.e i!ie churuc
ter. If he hua kucmm-iI rightly and Is
correct In his description, the first
player allows hlin to k on describlnK.
but If he Is mistaken the first player
abooa him out of the came. As soon
a a child thinks he hus guessed the
character he alts on the floor und tells
what he knowa of the character, and
so It Roes on till all the children are
alttlng on the floor except those who
have guessed wrong, and they are all
driven out of the game.
J. D. VENATOR, manager.
Tha Old Man of tha 8ky.
The Iroijuols point out to their chil
dren a cluster of atara which they call
the "old man." White pe pie do not
alwaya know why It la. They tell thla
atory of hla reaching the aky. or the
"great blue wigwam:"
An old chief was tired of life and ot
hla people. He took hla bundle and
walking atli k and went to the high
est bluff. There be aang his death
chant. Ills people followed. I ut wait
ed at the foot of the bluff. While they
were watching they raw him slowly
rise luto the air, his voice sounding
fainter and fainter. The spirit of the
four wlnda raised him to tlie "srreat
atar lodge." He was given a place
among the stars.
Hla stooping form, his staff e'd bun
dle are now pointed out to Indian chil
dren ns they watch the Ftars at nlaht.
In Tha Connty Court, Of The Btata
Of Oregon : For Laka County
Order To filiow Can us: in tha mat
tat of tha Guardianship of Kryan
Kmeraou and Krrol Kmersnn minora.
It appearing to thla Oonrt from
tha petition thla day prksented and
riled by Faro ham K. Harris, the guard
lan of tha estatea within lha State of
Oregon nf the above-named Jiryao
Kmenon and Rrrol Kmarson, non
resident minors, ptaylng for an order
of aala nf certain real astata belonging
to sa Iii minora, tnat It wnnld n to the
Ix'st intaraa.a of anid war 'Is and each
of t hem that aucb real estate should ba
sold. It la heretiy ordered that the next
of kla of the laid tarda and nil per
aoua interested In the said estate ap
pear before this Court on Wednesday
the 20th day of April, 1'JIO. at the hour
of ten o'clock A.M. of sal I day at I he
Courtroom of thla Court, at the
Courthouse In tha County of Lake,
Ktate of Oregon, ten and there to
show came why an order should not
be grantid for tha aala of such real
estate, described In such petition aa
follows: The undivided one-third In
terest, subject to a right of dower,
in the Northeast Quartet of the South
weit Quarter of (Suction Twenty eight
Iti Township Thlrtf-olna Hntith. Kauge
Tweuty, Kast of the Willamette Men
dlao. In Lake duiitr, Ktate of Ore
gon, and it la furthe ordered that
this order be serrel bv publiabiog
the BH'ne O'ice each week for three
successive week prior t sai l 20th
day of April. 1910, In the Lake Coun
ty Kxaintuer, a newspspei of general
circulation and puhlisbei In Lake
Dated this ll'h dav of February,
1910. 13 Ualv
w hvhi it II I ' I
FARM, CITY AND TOWN LOANS
FIV15 IMJR CUNT interest, NINIv years' time with
privilege of paying at any time. Return payments
monthly, quarterly, semi-annually or aunually, to suit
borrower. For partictlars wnte
The Jackson Loan and Trust Co.
310 Century Uhlg.
I UKOAUriK It la '.bright.
HKCAUSK it ia informing.
BE0USKIt puUatea with huuiaue
rilKCAUSE it plctiitea celebrities of
HKCAUSK It gives life atones of
live people of the day-reople you
waut to know about.
HE0AU8K It tella you pf the aotivi
tiea of meu and womeu in the politi
cal. bualuoBS, aooul and eoonomloal
UUCAUSFi It will Kivo you more
real Information about the character
aud work of meu atd women of to
day than auy otter publication.
' HEOAUSKUU a magazine that la
dilfraent different from any other
publication printed. It la unique,
absolutely origlual and the only
magaziue devoted exclusively to peo
ple. UECAUBE It la prluted ou high Krade
paper, ia profusely Illustrated with
the beat half tone nlatea that can be
procured, haa a beautiful art Htlo
cover piloted lu three colora, la of
convenient alzo and easily haudled
of the People,
By the People,
For the People
BECAUSE it la human beluga thai
eople are interested in today and
iUMAN LIKE elves von the Ufa
stories of the prominent meu and wo
meu or the woild in tbe most attrao
tive form. It tella you of their daily
life, habits and eccentricities and
gives yon Interesting faota about
their work and aocompolisbmenta.
Z 15ECAUSE to know what tbeorld
ia doing, how blutoiy ia being made
yon must have a kuowledge ot tbe
leadiug meu and women of tbe world
the people who are doing thlnga.
HUMAN LIFE will give you a
more intimate knowledge of the peo
ple who are leadera of the world to
day than auy other publication.
BECAUSE ita ai tides are written
by auoh well knowu aiid brilliant
writers ou national topics aa
Alfred Henry Lewis
Charles Edward Russell
Pavid Craham Phillips
Larua Jean Libby.
Tha Game of Mosaic.
A writing game for any number.
Euch writes a word on a slip of paper,
and after the Klips are mixed one of
the players draws and rends them In
the way they come, and each person
must write them down In the same
order. Theu each one must write a
little story or paragraph, using tbese
words In that order.
Tbe game may be made more diffi
cult by requiring the atory to be with
in n specified length or written within
a certain time, or It may be made
easier by allowing tbe playera to In
troduce the words In any order they
Cama of Magio Mirror..
This ia a "catch" game. Two people
must understand how It is played. One
la to leave the room. While she Is
gone the other has one who doea not
know how to piny look Into the mirror.
The absent one Is recalled and by look
ing luto the mirror can tell who looked
Into It while she was out. Here la
the catch: The one who la aiding her
takes, ns nearly aa possible, particu
larly wltb the hands, tbe position of
the one who looked In. Of course it
la beat to take one who baa not a posi
tion like others lu the room. Compar
atively few ever catch on to this game.
Tha Prof tor's Monvy.
Professor Cipher says be haa 108
Coins in hla pocket aud that they con
sist entirely of dlmea and cents. What
la the total amouut? You might think
this ia impossible to solve, but It Isn't
The anawer la $4.32, and no other sum
will fulfill the conditions. There are
thlrty-slx dimes and seventy-two cents.
Trove this and satisfy yourself.
Riddla and Answer,
How can you make a Maltese croaa
with less than twelve unbent and un
broken matches? Answer By striking
only one match and dropping It on bis
buck. If the first falls, try another.
HUMAN LIFE PUBLISHING CO.
H:iO Atlantic Ave, lloaton, Maaa.
IOC AT NEWS STANDS
HUMAN LIFE - $1.00 PER YEAR,
When Rosy Sings.
Our little Ftosy's volco Is queer.
But mother says she'd rather hear
Our Itosy bIiik moot any day
Than lots of folks that aet lame py.
We're real good friends, all six of us.
But if we ever have a fuaa
Or set a Utile rron some day.
Why, Rosy stops us right away.
Before we've hardly said a thing
She'll make a bow, and then she'll sing,
"Birds In their little neata avrea."
And she can't really sing, vou seal
Then wa all lauah till we most cry.
8n inoltier always nvi, "Well, I
Hv been tu coneerta, but my cholo
Would lie tir Rosy'a useful voice.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
Public Land bale
Department ot the Inerlor, U. S.
Land Office at Lakeview, Ore., Feb.
Not Coal Land. Serial 02598
Notice ia hereby given that, aa di
rected by tbe Commissioner of tbe
Ceneral Laod Office, under provi
sions of Act of Googreaa approved
Jone 27. 1006 (31 Stats., 517) we will
offer at public sale, to tbe highest
bidder at 10 o clock A. M., on tbe
IHtb day of March 1910, t this office,
t he following described laud: NWJ.
SWJ4' SWiSEJ Section 17, Town
sbio 30 South. Range 20 East.
Any persons claiming adversely
tbe above described land are advised
to file their claims, oi objections, on
or before tbe time designated for
ARTHUR W. ORTON. Register.
FRED P. CRONEM1LLER,
NOTICE OF FILING OF PLAT.
U. S Land Office, Lakeview, Ore.,
Feb. 15tb, 1910.
To Whom It May Concern :
Notice ia hereby given that fraction
al township plat of Township 32 S.
R. 16 E. (beluk balance of township)
and nf Townhsip 33 S. K. 17 E. (being
balance of township) will be filed in
tbis office March 20 tb, 1910
On and aftei above data all of aaid
lands will be subject to selections,
entry, or filiug on. If said lan'ds are
not otherwise reserved or appropri
ated. ARTHUR W. ORTRON,
FRED P. CRONciMILLFR
ALL FRUIT TREES
MUST BE SPRAYED
To Lake County i irchardlsta :
Notice ia hereby given that fruit
growers must make pieparationa to
throughly spray their fruit treea
during tbe year 1910.
A. M. SMITH, Inpsector
Dated, Nov Itb, 1909 lmo.
Blue Prints Made
I will make Blue Prints of
uny townxhlp of land in tbe
Lakeview- Land District, and
do abstract work. Call or
W. B. SNIDER
Lakeview - Oregon
OREGON MAP SALE
Price Ou while they Iaat.
Shows all Land Grant frauds
and haatheORUON rtlLITARY KOAD
Grant complete, by aectlona.
Entire output of this map owned by
HUNTER LAND CO.,
427 LurulM?rmen8 BUIr.
AM OilOL 2 PER CfcKT.
slmilai in$ ihe FoorfandRpguta
ling (lie Siomacte and!3owasi
Promotes Digr slionJCkerfi
Aperfecl Remedy forConsftp
non , your uvbm.vuiix
ness andLOSS OF SLEEP.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
Guaranteed tmderthe F53
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
Tw eurrMta nr. m VMS errr. ,
The Real Home Paper.
Ihe San Francisco
M. H. de YOUNG.
Sane, Conservative and Well Edited,
Sunday's in Colors
Wm. Wallace, Dealer at Lakeview, Ore.
invir TIM1T We Have Found Those H
J1JJ rors in the County Records.
Abstract of Title to all Lands in
Lake County Furnished.
Tract Index Abstracting Co.
Wm. JACOBS, Manager.
LAKV1EW, - - OREGON, ffi
I it' iWl
"Norman Oolden, a Dilll m rancher, has produced from 75 acres tbis
eaaon, a crop of potatoes worth 116,125.00, uelng the
AHPBELL DRY FARM SYSTEM,
The yield was 215 one dollar sack a per acre, or 351 bushels per acre."
(iIiwkow, Moutaua, Democrat, Oct. 1901.
There ia no reason why you can not get result like tbis b following
tiie princlplex recorded in
CAHPAELL'S SCIENTIFIC FvA
A Monthly Magazine of authority on Soil Culture.
CAMPBELL'S SCIENTIFIC FARMER
THE LAKEVIEW EXAMINER
CONVENIENT JAfTTY EASILY TAKEN AnaJTT
THE GUN YOU HAVE BEEN LOOKING FOP
At last a bammerless solid breech shot gun has
been Invented! Its perfect ballance and smooth, easy
action, will win your approval. Get the Remington
and you have the modern, safe pump. It is a game
gun, yet at the trap It won the big Eastern and
Dtu riptivi Illustrated Foldtrt Fret.
HEM1NUTOX AltMS CO., llluu, N. Y.
313 lirouilwar. New York, N. Y.