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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 13, 1910)
Wlllaro H. Tuft
James s.stioi man
I'lnimitlfr C. Kn
Peci-naty ot smw
HwrMr ol Treasury..
..JCOt H Plt killKilM
Heoretarv oi w r.
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Attom. T i.mrral ticow W. lcottim
attaaviansMis mm sr.flsiru,.a.aasi
Postmaster Ueneral Frsus II. Illli'ljcwa
ate'retarrol Savy licorite Von I.. Meyer
ternary interior KUnar.l A. HalllnBcr
fWorrtary of Akrii'Ultnro .lame VMlM.n
Heeretrry of Common h,r''.
CrbtclJ.isilc MelvtaeW l-'iii.r
Vp atl.m Wariur. V. . Version ommtmner
W. t. Kiihar.t. V. . li'J Ccmmii..iotict
mi - -
Hwre'.arjr of Slate
Atl.irix v Ucucral
hupt. 1'utnio lustrm lion
K. W. Hi-ixon
'.... W. tlcusoii
. . HIH. A. Mlt'l
.. A. M. Craw forl
i . J . H Al crillll
V. bum '
Irr ami Kxl lm.
U. 8. Senators
j. . !1.
Johnsthan Hoiinip. Jr.
tiro. A. cnanibt-ria.u
i W. C. U ir)
I W . K Mil
Ass.Kiatc Justices .
u tl Riin
I F. A. Moore
J Kohrri Kakin
U ill K. Kiiik
atlTM Jl'DIClAL VllCTatCl. j
....;. II. Niln.1
V. V. KuyauJai; j
II l Belknap
I AND OKFK'K.
Arthur W. Orion
Fred V Croneiuiller
'.'.'.'.'..'. F W. I'yne
F. O Ahlstrom
A. J . Foster
R. H. Ja-ssoii
C. M. Fau.kuei
Bchool Supt. ...
i C. A. Kenan
I H R. HeryloM
W m J. Proudioot
TOWN OF LAfc EVIEW.
Harr Bslley Mayoi
V. Snelling I
D.J.Wilcox t Comctlmei.
J. B. Auteu j
W. B. Sniacr Recorder
A. Bieber Treasurer
LAKEV1EW BOARD OF Trt A i2
... V. H. SHIRK
... F. M. Miller
M. B. hice
L. F. Conn
.... C. E. Seger
W. F. Paine
W. P. Hertford
.. H. W. I'renkel
... 6 V. Ketart
Rooms Headquarters fur Stramrers.
FIBST METHODIST CHURCH tirXDAY
Be boo 1 at 10 a. m. Preaching every Sunday at
11 a. m. and 7::0 p. m. Epviurth U'ltui; eiwy
Sunday evening at 6:4i. Prayer Meeun Thurs .
day al 7:30 p. in. Ca meeting at 7:s0p. ui :
Ladies' Aid Every cdnesday at 1::0 p. ta.
Krerybody cordially inviied t- U senile.
o.J. tTELL. Pastor.
FIRT BAPTIST CHURCH OF I.AKEVIEW ,
Preachmc service at 11 A M and 7-;.u P M "d
latandSrd S-un. Sunday !v.b""l al 10 A M.
Junior tvciety at P M. Uaj'list Youn
People's Union nC:9iPMnn each Sunday.
Prayer Meeting at 7:)PM Wrdiiesiiay eve-niuk-
Ever body liivited to i". . all s--r-Tices.
REV. H. &MITU. Pastor.
CATHOLIC CHURCH EVERY SUNDAY MASS j
and Btnedieiion at lOo'clovk a. ru. Sunday
school afler ben-dlv.ion. Wt-k dav M- at i
7:1 a.m. MICHAEL O'M ALLEY, e. J. j
first baptist church of oosk ikk
at -S"ew Pine -r.e, in -.on. Pr'ibine s. r
Ticts at 11 A M and 7: P M of earn S'inday
of every month. Sunday Schixil at 10AM.
Prayer Service at 7:40 on v Edneday evening
of each need. All are corJ;n.!y invued to
attend ihc terviies
REV. L. E. HENDERSON.
A . 0. T. W.-LAKEVJEW I.OLG1 NO. 111.
Meets every sei ond and fourth Thursday of I
each month, in Maaonie Hall, LaKeview. I
Cbas. Toaninfscn. W.M. : Wni. Guntber, F.
DEGREE OF HONOR-LA KESH0RE
No. 77. P. of H., A.O. U. V.. Meets i-! !)
third Thursdays of eaen n.on!U i -:':r.
Hall: Etta Pt-a C. of ii.; Mary Post!
L. of H.: Mamie McCu.iey, C. oi C: Coral
Ureene Recorder. )
I. O. O. y LAKEVIEW LOU;E. No.
O. F., meets every Saturday eveuinif
Fellows Hall, at 7::-lo o'clock, from ucu
to April Land at I) olclock from Apri
September 30. A. E.Cheney, N. u.; ,
I. O. O. F.-I.AP.EVItW ENCAMPMENT NO. 1
I. O. O. F., meets tne firm and 'hird Thurs
day evenings of each month in Odd Fellows
Hall. Lakeview. V. V. Arthur, CP., A. H
REBEKAH LODGE-LAKKMEW LODGE, NO
fci, LO. O.F., meets the second and fourth
Fridays of each month in Odd Fellows Hall,
Mrs. Mae Alstrom, N. O.; Mrs. Ida L. Binns,
V. O.; Mrs. M. D. Moaa. Secretary; Mrs. Ale
O.E.S. ORIENTAL CHAPTER, NO 6. LAKE
view, Oregc n, Meets on TuesdaT, on or be
lore full moon and two weeks thereafter, i't
Masonic Hall, at 7:o0 o'clock.
VUiting members are cordially Invited.
CORNELIA A. WATSON, W. M,
IDA CEBACU. occretar
L F. Conn
Attorney at Law
and .Noary Public
lind Mat tent Npeelalty
OFFICE Daly Bolldln.
Land and Law Office
Abstractor of Titles
ilsllshd IBM Lakerlew.Ora-
y LAIR THOMI'BON
Attorney at Law
Office in 0. V. LCo.'s Building.
THOS. J. I'OWELL
Attorney at Law
Offlec In Paly Building
What won M vim ilo to kcop wrll nnn
lk vll? t nlili mo n lolltf In watiT.
It I hit nl o ct't too inut'li nf It fit ur
PXttTll.lll.t T llltlTllil.'lv
llvi-rj iiiiiiiii who viiltics hiT inges
tion h titl lii-r cottiplt'Xion ohoiiltl ilrink
at litxt sis cl:issi of colli watrr a
dit.T. I f iloslroil tin- kI"s tnkon ln-forp
ntirlnc mid lirvt tiling In I ho mortiln
ni.iv 1 1' hot. with ii pinch of In it.
Have uppolnttil hdiirt for ihU wator
lritikin .mil inUo It nl those t linos
In tlio morning just its you lo:iv (ho
I'oil itml tlio Inst thliii: lioforo ontorini;
It at nlaht. a half hour hofon oaoh
men I find In tin1 middle of tlio morning
nnd nftornoon will Uivldo the htIh1.
At tirst It iiimt Koom a great nuisance
to 0 riu k water liy rule, tut kiii It will
boootiie a hahit that you will col al
most unconsciously without disturbing
your routine fir more than a minute.
If you have traltu-d maids they should
be Instructed to bring the water at the
Equally important to the wate;1
drinkiui; habit Is that of taking a cold
shower or dashing oneself with cold
water after the daily hot tint b. This
not only prevents taking cold, but nets
as a tonic to the skin, stirs up the cir
culation and adds color to lips and
cheeks and brightness to the eyes
This. too. is hard at first, but the sys
tem soon gets accustomed to the sUovk
and Is benefited by It.
A girl who v. ishes to keep her throat
and chest white should use u simple
bleach daily, for once a yellow or
brownish discoloration appears on tfr'
skin a preparation with strength is
required to bleach It. and in restoring
the natural whiteness the skin may be
come dry. a condition that may be rec
tified by the application of grease, but
should be avoided whet: possible.
Such a mixture can be made from a
wineglassfnl of lemon Juice, a pint of
rain or soft water and three drops of
attar of roses and will be effective.
Uosewuter is letter than plain water,
but it makes the lotion more expen
sive. This liijuid is to be put on the
neck and throat and wiped o!T gently,
but not thoroughly. If the neck is
treated vwt'i tins regularly night and
morning there will be little chance
for the development of an tiii.st'glitly
If the discoloration already shows
a strong solution of benzoin may ait
as a blench. Ior this purpo.-e add one
ounce of tincture of b'-n.oin to one
half pint of alcohol. If this be used
night and niortiing it may obliterate
the mark. If the color docs not liglit
Pu in a week it would be well to ttop
tlie use of benzoin and try instead a
iotiou ma le from two ounces of l.iciic
acid, one ounce of glycerin and one
ha'f ounce of rosewator. This is used
in the same manner as the other.
Good Hand Whitener.
Com meal j.asle is the best habdmade
whiit-ner known., To make it you taUe
enough cornmeul to half fill a pint
bowl. Into this you put enough oil to
luoKtcu it slightly, and add a little oil
of jasmine. A hand specialist adds
also a little lime juice. To whiten the
hands of her patrons she provides her
self with a pair of gloves three sizes
too large. She splits them down the
back and with a dull knife spreads
the paste on the inside of the gloves.
She then puts them on her patient's
bands, sewing up the outside with big
stitches. In two hours she rubs the
hands with sweet almond oil made
into a paste with sheep's fat, which is
left on all the afternoon. In the even
ing tbr'.v are something to conjure with.
To Make the Hair Curl.
A woman whose hair is slightly
wavy has discovered a simple method
for increasing its curl without using
any artificial curlers.
When taking it down she gives a
thorough brushing. In this way all
the tangles are removed, and a strok
ing which will give posh and bring
out the natural oil she continues for a
couple of minutes. In order that the
brushing shall help In the waving the
strokes are not laid flat on the head
each lime, but are drawn away from
the scalp that I, the head is held at
an angle, and the brush bristles are
laid against the temples or Just below
and pressed along the scalp for a cou
ple of Inches. After that the hair is
drawn out into spae.
Tha "Talking" Wrinkle.
The woman who tried to talk with
out miVing the muscles In her face lu
order to prevent the acquisition of
wrinkles developed into u most stupid,
uninteresting person. Better wrinkles
than no facial expression, if these are
tbe alternative, Tjut a compromise
ought to be possible. It Is facial hah
Its that make wrinkles one woman
rumples her forehead when amazed
another curls down the corners of her
mouth, a third furrows her brow
when perplexed, und still another
purses her lips when she talks. They
can conquer these habits with a little
determination und persistenca, and
they should do so If they consider
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"Are you III. sir'.'"
I looked up d.i.e.l. I made no reply,
for I was engaged In getting my bear
"This Is the Tower?" I asked pies
"Yes, sir "
I was -.ittiti on a heir h in an open
court in the Tower of London Ueioro
tne was a piece of pavement different
trom the rest, some llfleeii or iwent.t
feel square and in ils .-enter a poite
on which was ati inscription I re
membered being I lie evening before
in the q ianers t one of the lower
otlicials. and thai was nil. How I
came to be sealed on I he bench m the
eai ly morning I have never to tin-.
day fully determined At II I had
started for my lodgings in oxfoiil
street, but I could not remember goln-j
lh-re line of the Tower a I lendinl s
commonly called beefeaters." had
If how I came to be there Is a nits
tery. what I saw there is a still greater
one. I had been sitting a long while
Oflhat I was fully conscious. Whether
it was night or day I have no recollec
tion, but the scene I witnessed seem
to me to have been enacted in I he day
My first remembrance Is hearing
shouts of "Long lite Cjueeu Mary I'' but
they seemed to come from without I he
inclosure. Within a few persons bur
ried by silently, as if in preparation
for some momentous event. They wen
all serious, and one or two of them
were in tears
Then 1 was conscious of a number
of persons sitting with me about the
square bit of pavement, though the
seats ou which they sat were of rough
hewn wood The men wore trunks
hose, doublets and tints decorated with
feathers, the women stomachers and
large ru;Id collars. Covering the
Square place on the pavement I have
mentioned was a platform on which
rested a rectangular block of wood
about two feet high and hollowed at
tbe top on both sides. Beside It, leau
lng on a huge az. was a tall figure In
tight fitting costume. Those ubout the
platform, which was plainly a scaffold
wore serious countenances. Without
tbe Tower Inclosure I heard sounds in
dlcatlng commotion: "Tbe dukes tin
lshed; death to nil traitors!'' A man
Bitting next me whispered to another
"It's all over up on the bill."
A horror crept over me. 1 would
gladly have gone awuy. but had no
power to move. Looking down toward
the other end of the court where there
were buildings for dwelling purposes.
I saw u lovely apparition at a window
a young girl apparently from seven
teen to twenty years old. At the
same time I heard the rumbling of a
cart. I wo young girls attendant on
tbe one at the window tried to draw
her uway. but site would not go.
"It Is the bmly of her husband." I
beard sonic one say. "He's been exe
cuted on Tower bill."
When I he cart had passed there
was ati ii!ti-rv:!l that my memory fails
to till, but I he licit scene was the
opening of the door under Hie window
at which the oung lady had appealed,
and she came out with an olli'-er. ut
tended by the two girls 1 had seen
with her und a priest. She came to
ward the scaffold reading from a book
and praying. When she reached the
scaffold she ascended the steps with
as much composure as if she were
going to her chamber and stood wait
lng for silence. When it came she
spoke to the people, but I have no
remembrance of what she said. Then
she knelt, prayed and asked permls
slon of the priest to say a psalm.
These religious features ended, sb
took off her gloves and her kerchief,
which she handed to one of ber maids,
and iohstned her gown. Tbe execu
tioner knelt before her and asked for
giveness for what he was about to do.
Tbe girl then tied a handkerchief over
her eyes with her own hands. Grop
iDg for the block, she asked, "Where
Is it?" Oulded to It. she knelt and laid
berjieck on It, saying, "H-ird, Jrito Jby
5u!dlc iu tlie
Al.ia complrtr line
of witon and hu(K
rXibcn, MtA, rlatcs,
rurj", t)uliln, ro .
rtlca In tact every
thing in thr line oi
carrlrje ond hor.ie
palili k tv compe
IlillaW I t olililleliil my spllll ' the 1. 1st
I remember was Hie ax swaging over
"lliiif you been Hitting here all
night, sir?" asked Ihe attendant. J
"I don't know. have u vngup recol-1
lection gradually coming back to me of
having followed last nlghi when I
started to go home n llgure dressed In
singular costume " I
At that moment my eyes rested on!
the plate In the center of the marked
square. saw the mi me l.iid.v .Line
lirey. 1 read thai she. Anne Itoleyti I
and Catherine Howard were nll'exe-
cuteil there. My horror of Ihe night j
before returned I rose und whs slag !
goring nway when ihe ntiendiitil, put j
ting his at r its through mine, assisted
ire, taking me to Ihe gate and calling
a cab for me. I was driven to my j
lodgings ami did not leave thein for a
When I got out I had n longing to
know something of Ijidy Jane lirey,1
but drc. tiled to bring brick my expo! I
ence of that grewsuiiie night. Afler a
few months had passed I mustered !
courage to read her life. I found !
events atteiiiliii- her execution the
same as I witnessed in my vision, my 1
dream or w hatever it was. Those who 1
intend -d her al her death have testi
fied tu her serenity.
Years :il:erward ill n gallery of a1
noble family or llnghind I saw n por- j
trail of Inly .lane l.'rey's hi-band.
Lord liuill.'ord Mudley. He whs the
mil n who i.d n;e to the
RED rover of the unlversn.
Hold buccaneer of apace.
O'er wide uncharted stellar aeus
A reneiradH you race.
Among tbe ailier ntura aedata
You carry threats of doom
And flaunt above the fearful eartb
Your flaming scarlet plurne.
VO planet holds you In its thrall
'I be force that you obey
la rathei-d In Infinity
To hurl you on your way.
Your liuininK bend and blazlntf tall
Illurrnii j ! I lie nliiht
Bo Inch above us in the sky.
You rnu-i ne ilUroy'a kitn.
Minna li ving
A I'elibble Medicine Not a
Mrs. K. Marti, fit Joe, Mich,, saya
Foley's Honey mid Tar saved ber
llttlo boy's Lie. Hhb writes: "Our
little boy contracted a sevare I ron
chitil trouble und the doctor's medi
cine did not cure Miii , 1 gave Mm
Foley's Honey and Tar in which 1
have reat faith. It cured the cough
as well us the choking arid gaging
spells and be got welt in a short time
Foley's liouey und lar Iiuh many
times saved us much trouble and we
are never without it in the house."
A. L. Thornton.
Tbe Gratitude of b Marly People.
Goes out to whatever helps give
them ease, comfort and strength.
Foley's Kidney Pills cure kidney
and bladder disease promptly, and
give comfort and telief to elderly
A. L. Tbornion.
Your kidney trouble may be of
long standing. It may be either aoate
or obronlo, but whatever it ia Foley's
Kidney Bemedy will aid yoa to get
rid of it qickly and restore yonr nut
oral tealtb and vigor. 'One bottlle
of Foley's Kidney Kernedy mad me
well." said J. Bibbbll of Grand View
Wis.,. Commence taking it now.
A. L. Thorutoa,
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A Llttla Cff Hi. H.d. H
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But Poor Ropfing
No tn.Tltcr !hiv on,l asplinlt
may li.ivc piovcd (or other
purposes, it uialvcs but the
poot est of roofings.
The fault i not with t he
asphalt itself. It is th.it as
phalt cannot he applied to a
roofmp; as it is to a roadway.
l"or to impregnate asphalt into
a too fin ir, it must he lluxcd
with volatile oils.
Under the rays of th? sui
these oils evaporate. They arc
drawn to the surface of the
roofing iu little globule. Anil
slowly they are absoibeil by
NclworTcrd With Holes
Where there was a globule
of oil, there remains a hole,
llchind the hlc, iherc must
be a channel. Ami thc-i: chan
nels, tiny thoujgh they be. form
a nctwoik which lcaws a por
ous instead of a solid roof.
They leave a ro-if which is
w atcrvo 'iked insiea I of water
proof. That is why asphalt
roofs, in scores of tests, have
failed to w i t h s t a n d the
Rubiioid roofine; is tint an
a-p!ia!t ro.;'nio;. It is not a
lar rooiinvT. not an a!e--t.s
I ' if": 11 trot a t'll'-bi-e f ioi:;i:'.
its woodcritii r njn Fy"n
propel i--s are fv' Htl'
. Mt 1 .
I'u'ictoM x ii m
which tr. ikes
it h e a t pro T,
cold picvi, rain
KuU i...l vw. ii o..
J. 15. AUTEN, LAKEVIEW, OREGON
Block Signals Steel Bridges
Ninety-Pound Steel Rails
Oil Burning Locomotives
Perfect Dining Car Service
Shortest Line to
EAST OR WEST
Information promptly furnished by the
District Freight and Passenger
Agent, Reno, Nevada
proof, snow prodf.
And a roof of Kubcroid ia
so nearly fireproof that hot
coals thrown upon it will set
fue neither to the roofing nor
to the timbers underneath.
Itcrause there are no volatile
nils to evaporate, a roof of
Kuberoid retains ils flexibil
ity. The first Kubcroid roofings
ever applied - inoie than sev
enteen years .ago arc still
waterproof and weather-tight.
No other roofing Ins stood
such a test, for K'tibcroid was
the fir-t ready roofing- by sev
eral years. '
Unlike asphalt and other
ready roofings, Kubcroid
comes in attractive colors
Red, Ilrown, i recti. These
colors are not painted on
they are impregnated in the
roofing under our patented
Valuable Dook Free
Ileforc deciding on any roof
ing for anv purpose, send for
a free book which tells about
all kinds of roofings.
It tells what has been
let' red in twenty years of
at:i.il weather tc- ts about tar,
tin, Miitk'le and ready roofings.
It is a g o I d
mine of practi
cal fooling in
b it m.it i mi.
r.- i l '.(.-ti;,rW
f. or f . t tm t h untimr
ii -I. i 'i n J' "f f
- n ,ii !ii t . 'Ir.rrfl
.. U r. i im ioM
u -li oil to. lit. ill