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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 11, 1910)
I'liiiftiiiicr t". Knox
Jcreiry ol ile ,
Stry of Treasury..
attorney t.cniral. ...
Jacob B lifc-alnson
Uetrv W. Wirsersham
Krank H, Hiteheook
. .tioorge Von U Meyer
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tecrotary o( Akrlt'Ultnre
reret-'-y of Commerce .
Klciiaril a. namiiicer
."Meivlile W. F'llTer
Vwpatlon W arner. r.'i. Tension I'ommlwlonor
viA T,e V'.A ' il
" K. K1 liarris I:, p. l-ann uminwwuri
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re'ary ol Plate
tnt. 1'iihlle Instruction
liry anl Fxx1 Com
"F. W. Bcnuon
,.t. W. Benson
Hon. A. Steel
. . j. H Acorman
. W. lhinln ay
J. V. Hallo?
Johoallian Bourne, Jr.
lieo. A. t nmutwriain
)v. K r:ii
Chi I JuMtee
R. 9. Bran
AaanrtaU J ostlers
F. A. Moore
J Robert Knkln
A Will R. Kmg
I W. T.!.aur
djxra jrntctiL nisraici.
. . . Geo. H. Soland
D. V. Kuykemlali
Joint Senator - H Merry man
Sll P Belknap
H A Brattaln
0 8. LAND OFFICE.
Arthur W. Orton R "f
Imi V Cronemiller R.elir
..." F. W. Fayne
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A. J. Foster
R. B. Jaekson
I.....' C. M. Faulkner
i c A. Rehart
.ommlsatonert h. r. Heryfard
Mock IniDector. nJ. Proudfoot
J. B. Anten
I. R. Unl
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LAKEVIEW BOARD OF IKaw
r",,,.., W. H. SHIRK
Z"""riT m.b. r
Finance Committeman r v tV
Indmtrial ". S'pafnJ
Boomi Headquarters lor Stransera.
W. P. Heryford
. H. w . urenaei
8 V. Rehart
rRST METHODIST CHCRCH-CSDAY
at lOm Preaching every Sunday at
Wherever you see a
remember that its
words of self-praise and
description came from the original
advertisements of the Malthoid Roofing makers.
Twenty-six years ago
we said of our roofing all
the nice things that are now said
of every other roofing.
These " others have stolen our words
imitated our methods
but they cannot duplicate the
quality of Malthoid Roofing
it always was the best and always will be.
Whenever you see a
roofing advertisement think
of Malthoid the original.
Made by The Paraffine Paint Co. Lakeview MercantiIe ComPa"y
San francisco and Everywhere Lakeview, Oregon
of tlr nt(
bung ! of
SAVED BY A PANTHER.
11 av m ind 7:SU O. m.
iinday eveninf at 6:5. Prayer MeeunK .our.
darat 7 30p.m. Ch . meeting at ,:Mp. m
??:"..' rl.rvJnr , Mlnesday at 1:30 p. m.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF LAKE VIE W
PhinrJervice at 11 A M and 7:80 P II on
Ut and 3rd Sun. Sunday School at 10 A M.
Xnior Society at i:i PM. Baptist oung
People's Union at :3o P M on each Sunday.
Prayer Meeting at 7:30 P M Wednesday eve
ing. Everybody r
CATHOLIC CHURCH EVERY SUNDAY MASS
and Benediction at lo ociiwj . V.i V.
hnol afu?r Benediction. Week daT MW at
70 a.m. MICHAEL CMAm.ii o.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF GTtOHKl'lST
At New Pine Creek, urejron. rrtwnmi wet
vices at 11 A M and 7:30 P M of each Sunday
of eTery month. Sunday School at 10 A M.
Prayer Service at 7:30 on Wednesday eveninir
of each weed. All are coraiaiiy invueu w
attend the services. ,
REV. L. E. HENDERSON'.
A. O. U. W.-LAKEVIEW LODGl NO. 111.
Meets every second and fourth Thursday of
each month, in Masonic Hall, Lakeview.
Chaa. Tonningsen. W.M.: Vim. Gunther, F.
DEGREE OF HONOR LA KE8HORE LtlXiE
No. 77, D. of H., A.O. U. W., Meets jrd and
third Thursdays of each mobtb 'I ot'ic
Hall: Etta Pea: cic C. of H.; Mary Post
L.of H.: Mamie McCulley, C. of C; Cora
I. O. O. F LAKEVIEW LODGE, No. l O.
O. F., meeu every Saturday evening 'nOU'i
Fellows Hall, at 7:30 o'clock, from Octo'er 1
to April 1, and at 8 olclock from April I to
September 30. A. E. Cheney, N. G.;
I. O. O. F.-LAREVIhW ENCAMPMENT NO. 1
I. O. O. F., meets the first and third Tburs
day evenings of each month in Odd Fellows
Hail. Lakeview. CD. Arthur, CP, A. H
1EBEKAH LODGE LAKEVIEW LODGE, No
23, I. O. O. F., meets tbe second and fourth
Fridays of each month in Odd Fellows Hall,
Mrs Edna Mlller.N. G.j Mrs. Mary Ahhrtriom
V.G.; Mrs. M. D. Muss. Secretary; Mrs. Ale
O.K. 8. ORIENTAL CHAPTER, NO 6, LAKE-
view, uregon, Meeu on J. uesday, on or be'
fore full moon and two weeks thereafter, in
naaoDic riaii,ai i:aio ciock.
V tailing members are cordially invited.
CORNELIA A. W ATSON, W. M,
L. F. Conn
Attorney at Law
and Noary Public
OFFICE Daly Building.
Attorney at . Law,
Iand Matters HrclaHy
OFFICE Daly Building.
Land and Law Ofllce
Abstractor of Title
KsoUUshed 1888 Lakeview, Ora-
Attorney at Law
Office In 0. V. L. Co.'a Building.
XUOS. J. POWELL
Attorney mi Law
iOlHec In Daly Building;
Fhe Fierce Brute Proved a Good Tenv
Governor JiDnings of Indiana used
to tell a story of bis early electioneer
ing days In which be said that a
paotber may be a good tempera ace
lecturer. Colonel V. hi. Cock rum r
peats tbe story in bis "Pioneer History
of Indiana." Tbe Incident happened
when Governor Jennings was traveling
over tbe tbioly settled bills of Dear
born county, electioneering for con
FJe met a man wltb whom be was
well acquainted, by name Tom Ogles
by, wbo was just getting over a pro
tracted debauch. Jennings began ask
lDg Tom about bis political views.
Tbe half sober fellow looked at him
"Jen, don't yon tblnk a man just out
of a pautber tight ought to be elec
tioneered iu a different manner from
this? 1 am just from tbe grave. I
was awakened a little while ago by a
panther putting leaves and grass over
me. It kept this up until 1 was entire
ly covered. 1 lay still for awhile and
then raised up and found the panther
jone. I knew I was In danger, so 1
took my gun and climbed Into a tree
to see wbat tbe pantber Intended to do.
"In a short time 1 beard her coming,
and she bad her kittens with her. Ev
ery few steps she would jump as If
catching something, and the little ones
would go through the same maneu
vers. She kept this up until she got
near to tbe bed of leaves she bad cov
ered over me and then made a spring
on the pile. She looked just as 1 felt
when 1 found that I was covered up
for dead. She then started In to In
vestigate the cause of my disappear
ance, and before she located me 1 shot
Jennings, after bearing this, said:
"Well, Tom. 1 believe 1 should treat
you as one from the dead and that you
should begin your life from this point
We were schoolboys together. 1 know
you are a capable civil engineer and
well educated, and It yon cease drink
ing I will see that you have a good po
sition on the surveying corps."
Tom Oglesby did qnlt drinking. Jen
nings was elected and kept bis prom
ise to bis old friend, wbo became one
of the well known engineers of the
cate 130 degrees further testing la un
necessary, because that Is a tolerably
warm temperature and one seldom if
ever reached by natural beat
A thermometer tbe bulb of wbleb
contains mercury will not register
lower than 28 degrees below zero that
Is, mercury will freeze at that point
In this country very little use Is
found for thermometers showing more
than 28 degrees below zero, but In tbe
far north they are of course necessary.
Such Instruments, however, contain
spirits In tbe bulbs instead of mer
cury, but even this fluid becomes slug
gish when 40 or 50 below zpro is re
corded, and It will, seldom show (JO be
low. Harper's Weekly.
A mid-eighteenth century traveler,
wbo Is tbe first person known to have
made English of tbe word "shampoo,"
wrote that "sbamDoolnsr is an ore ra
tion not known In Europe and U p- " 12:30. Tbe one jury Impaneled for
collar to tbe Chinese, which I had onca I lu" '""ruing session renaerea six ver-
JURIES IN ENn "!H
Thev Get Through Their Work Quickly
and With Little Fuss
The u'urklni; of the ItrliKli Jury pya
tern exhibits a mnrkwl curifniMf with
t tin r f our own. It Is txmslhle Hint my
eierletice In Rrltlsh court was ei
ffpfloniil. but In tint a ultiuli Instance
did I set n Juror ('hnlletiKed or reject
ed. In nil of the courts requiring Ju
ries the necesMjiry iiurnU-r of men
were present. :uid they were sworn lu
without question. Id the sheriffs dep.
uty court In Scotland the preslcllnir
jndge pave notice to the jury that he
expected to adjourn tbe court at 2
o'clock and stated that If they could
all remain until that hour he would at
once dismiss tbe men wbo had been
called for a second panel. The jurors
conferred together and decided to re
main till 1 o'clock, whereupon the
Judge notified the other men to appear
the curiosity to go through, and for
which I paid but a trifle. However.
had I not seen several Chinese mer
chants shampooed before me I should
nave been apprehensive of danger,
even at the sight of all the different
Instrument." The original "sham
poo,' as this traveler's detailed ac
count and other allustona for long
after his time- show, was very much
what we call "massage" now. It was
from India that tbe word really came,
and It represents tbe imperative of a
verb meaning to knead.
Testing Processes at the National
Each day at tbe weather bureau l:
Washington tbe thermometers received
from various manufavturers througti
out the country are put through the
test of standardizing thern.
The various processeK through which
the bulbs pnss before they are labeicn
"accurate" are easy, Innmuch as then-
is prat tlfull.v little seR'niiue work ai
tucheil !o tla test. Whetl a theriiioin
et( ,ir t handed to man iu the
t'- room It Is flllilwit into n mi
i ll h compound fur below the
I' -.lit It U ihru.-t iu at the
!'Tc It lmp"fii fn pe at the
'In i worked un .. n,t (!j'n until
Ce. Oi. liil 4 IfmOiiuu a.( iLaL'lil'U.
IT'ivi; oj then recorded the lowest tern
periituie, the process of testing for the
h'yhest is begun. Thin Is Just as nlm-
" ,'r ho tpnnprfltMA
Tne bulb is dipped luto a vat of water,
first at 60 degrees. Then it Is worked
gradually until 130 degrees la reached
Itlbe. Eercujrx ja fcgifc. wHi jndj- 1
The Measuring Rod.
WbatshisnsLm BUkina .... ti m
Jamea C. tillklas to.OOO
Hon. James C Bilklna U0.0W
Our public spirited benefactor.
James C. BUkina mm
Old Bilklns LCmO.000
Tnat old leather hearted hog. u
Taking No Risks.
Dentist Tou should have taken gas,
aa I suggested, sir. Tou would have
felt no pain. Victim Me take gaal
Me. with 20 In my pocket! Ho fear.
Get It over. London Tit-Bit.
Thafe a well bred chlL'
You bet she is. Never correct
ber parents publicly, no matter wbat
the exigencies of the case may be."
The Swecteet Girl ef AIL
I love a pretty maiden.
For her I fondly elf h.
Ber face so sweet I seldom greet;
Of ma she's vary shy.
I follow her day after day
Mid scenes of strife and squalor.
If you would view tills maiden, too
Look on m silver dollar.
Ileportcr-Mr. Ticker just gave me a
big scoop on tbe Investigation of his
Editor-Fine! What are bla terms?
Iteporter-As usual. Omit all names,
dates, places and the real fact In the
dicta In cases Involving prosecutions
Tor therta, fraud aDd burglary.
In the court of quarter sessions at
Taunton. England, I saw a single jury
in one day render eleven verdicts. I
found that it was customary la the
several aorta of court that I attended
for tbe same jury to act in successive
cases. In no Instance did I see a Jury
reave their seats to make up their ver
dict Usually the issue before them
was made so plain that ail who gave
attention knew In advance what tbe
decision would be. I made note of an
exceptional Instance of delay when tbe
court was forced to wait nine minutes
for the report of the Jury. In thla case
the Judge who gave the Instructions
was himself In doubt as to what tbe
verdict ought to be.
A Scottish Jury consists of fifteen
persons, and a majority may render a
verdict. In Bnglsind tbe number Is
twerve. and unanimity 1 required. But
I noted no difference as to practical
result In the two countries. Tbe
twelve men In the English Jury were
as prompt and certain In their action
as were the eight out of fifteen In the
Scottish Jury.-McClure's Magailne,
BrUk. bustling, clever, courteous, yet
Authoritative, condescending, kind.
Be brines a balm for bumaa ache and
bAiui, wut teava m bill jv-
A Hot Spot.
1 believe that Monterey, Mexico, la
the hottest spot in tbe world in tbe
daytime," said an Arizona man. "I
have seen the thermometer register aa
high aa 120 degrees In the late after
noon. It was so hot that tbe native
wbo ventured on the street would
bug tbe foot wide shade of the low
buildings like Ik-lien cling to tree
bark. Hut here's tbe funny part of It:
When the sun sets It begin to cool off.
aud at night It Is positively necessary
to sleep under blankets. The night
are delightfully cool, aud I presume it
Is lieciinise one Ih able to get a good
sleep 1 1 1 ; 1 1 n i .siiiie t live In that
Clllii.'l'e ' ;rtO I'ont
BUm I rii.-i
I ' you 1 1
Anger 1- ti
est - Mfllflhnr
'low i.. you make
ce? Mrs. Booker
m -,.i'nd tbe exact
ii : New fork
a aa opera-
fS;. . ..
i ., i i
The Ixst Vnniicro
5nldle on the
Also a complete line
of wagon and buggy
robes, bits, rlates,
purs, quirts, ro.
cites, In fact every
thing In the line ol
carrlrge and horse
pairing bv compe-tnen.
p p Liunr
aEONA-.w LIGHT & HARROW. Proprietor
Dally Service Except on Sundays
Train No. 2 leaves Alturas at - - - 1:."0 A. M.
Arrives atKcno, Nevada, at - - - (5:10 I. M.
Train No. 1 leaves Keno, Nevad, at - !:()() A. M.
Arrives at Alturas at 10:10 I M.
S. P. Co's Trains leave Keno as fo'lows,
No. 2.3 leaves Keno for San Franeiseo at - p. m.
No. 3 leaves Keno for San Francisco at - 2; k" a. in.
No. 4 leaves Keno for the Fast at - - - :15 p. in.
No. 2 leaves Keno for the Fast at - - - 0:50 p. in.
Valley Falls Mercantile Company
Run an up to date mercantile store
and sell for Lakeview prices
The Valley Falls House
Is now in operation and here to meet
competition.. New, clean, iron leds
Good Meals 35 cents
Just half way from Lakeview toXL
ranch and half wa' from Lakeview
to Paisley. Give us a trial
Good Barn, Hay and Water
Subdivided into 10, 20, 40 and 80 acre tracts
Best Orchard, Grain and Alfalfa Lands
Mountain Streams and Artesian Wells
Suitable tor Orchards, Dairy, Bee Culture,
Chicke:i Ranches Diversified Farming or
BEST BUYS IN THE NORTHWEST
Thirty years without a crop failure
Good Climate, Good Soil, Good Water
Several Good Stock, Grain and Alfalfa Farms
Several rood unimproved quarters in Chcwaucan
Vtl!cjr G acre uucis iu Goose Lake valley near
Goose Lake. For particulars write
C. O. MISENER, Lakeview, Oregon.