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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 7, 1907)
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AT THR CORNER HouLuth of
That's the place, and the only place
in town where goods are sold at a price
that will warrant your cash investment.
Here we offer special Inducements to
Cash buyers. At present we can save
you money on Dress Goods, Dress Pat
terns from $3.00 to $12.50.
Childrens' Coats Fro n $2.50 to $8.00
Misses' Coats From $4.50 to $ 1 2.00
' Ladies' Coats From $9.00 to" $ J 5.00
Ladies' Jersey Ribbed Underwear, from
Outing Flannels regular 12 I -2c value JOc
" (5c " 10c
For Men Wool Gloves and Mittens
and a complete line of Furnishings.
Overcoats and Ulsters.
La k e v I e w V n dV Icinlty I
Mrs. Lottie Wallace U quite ill.
C . Finueano I here front Warner.
Ladies' Winter waists at K M. Co.
l'ull Hue Japalao at Ahlstrom llron. 1
New line of Iaoeat Ahlstroni Bron. 1
' Bonanza Creamery Hut tor at L. M.
Dutch lunch at
tf Brewery Sh
Horn: To the wife of Hoary Btcinil WEEKLY WEATHER KEPOKT. Word rndlnff TwU;, No?, ft. llf
wot. oi n, in iKerio uregon, a noy. t,ow w ,v . m,rX l the weal hot
T. O. Dodnon la gathering rattle In " recorded by the Uovernnient weather ,
Cn.ua. prniilo thla wook an.l Mnrtlng I JL TT '" 1 Olhoe.
.. . . . . i Thla report h changed ear h work, and II
them for winter .juaitoiii lu Warner. ' tvn,en wM ,,, ,,,, , ymtry record
John Flynn, of tho Shamrock Ha-: of weather condition lor tntnre reiee
loon, any ho sloops with hla trousori " ortt th rj.n.rt .lot.- I he '''"j
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on (dure hla exoorlon o of a week ago. k .i. ' ......i,,.,.
Mr. IIukIi Witeland family of Pals
ley, panned throtvgh Lakeview Wo.lnea.
day on their way to UoMflold Nevada.
V now a tuck of fur and plush boggy
robes jn.it unpacked at AhlMtrom
Harness shop. Best ever Mtu.wn ai
Miss Aggie Lee, a popular young
lady of Klamath Falls, visited with
Mrs. Not in last week.
Mis Morth Boone contour lutoa a
trip to Sun .loipiln valloy on a visit
with an undo and mint Mi. and Mr.
S. V. Kelinit writes The Kxmnltier
flom Chicago to send hia papor to' him
at Oak l'rk. Superior St., a
ftlhlilh of Chicago.
Tlio M issc Dohkin, two of l'ui'lry '
fair voiim: Indies. ient a tow tin? In
For Sale: House and lot Main St. ! i ..l.,,.!..,.. ii,.. .i-
Dutch lunch ut tho
I u toll luiu'h at tho
County court is in
The Lnkeview More. Co. for School
Al Farrow oauio dou from l'aisloy
Huy your Kuhlws and Dvorahooa at
I- M. Co. 1
Sut ut.lay ia Opening lay at. "Tho
La Mode". 1
Mrs. Jaok Hurry was over from War
ner last wook.
a aorai mm on
Thi reord will I
taken on Tuoada- loend each week and
leuln on Wednoadar (or the iiel week
(iovorninont Wewther Unrewii .Sta
tion at LakeTiew, Ornion,
C. t). MmR. Cixiratie twMTer.
ft.1 1 .1J I
-a. . . .j
umii.t tj I
Vouiiki in on s Dvorooats
coats at L. M. Co.
Swell line of Mens Winter
Lnkeview More. Co.
at the corner directly South of the Hotel.
NEW PmE CREEK, ORE,
Under Entirely New Management
Having recently purchasctl the hotel from
Mr. McDonal'l. I earnestly solicit a share of
public patron- e. My aim shall be to please.
GEORGIA STICK EL, Proprietor.
PINE RIDGE STOCK
run nine, i -sr and tiih best horse darn in the
r.MTEI) STATES AND THE HIOQEST AND BEST
U-0 livu? of atwllions, Mares and Colts to select from. A
.-tioicc selection of young Stallions black and grays by
vtiiipson 27,'J3S the greatest Terchcron Sire in America,
euht 2,iM pounds. We can show more size, bone and
(in;dity than any breeder in the country. Price below
..oiupetition. Call and see our horses, or address,
L. M. Hartley, Salem, Iowa
fod McCullough, Agent, Lakeview, Ore;
KuIiIhts and overshoes all kinds, at
Lakeview More. Co. 1
Mens ani Hoys Hitfh top Shoes at
Lakeview More. Co. 1
Press (roods in all the latest fadrioa
at lhiiloy & Massiiikrill's. tf
For youi vintr apples, leave orders
with T. II. Cloud. It
Mrs. John llenderaon, a! l'ine
Crook, is seriously ill.
"Unele" l)iok of hotel Lakeview
was quite sick last week.
ew lot ot Dress tioods just re
ceived at Ahlstrom ISros. 1
Wanted: Valley raueh with ko
orchard. Preukel i Paiuo. .x
W. IJ. Koutson and Andy Mori id
cadif over from Add Tuesday.
Chas. l!arl'i was op trom l'iue
Creek Monday on laud business.
A ewell line of men's nockwear just
received at liailey .t Ma.-s in fill's. 1
Lig loiK?s of fieiK'ht uro ooinin in
every day for Lakeview merchants.
Frank llutobius is tending liar at'
the hotel during Ike Kent's alienee. !
.T r IIW-fr l,rM,.l,t a Inu.l .-.f irruii. ! 1'fodllOtS
to town Monday from the West Sido- J
Lailios' Children's and Men's wool;
underwear at liailey t Ma..-.iunill's. Ii
i!orn : At Pine Creek, Oregon Oct,
3(). VM, to the wife of J. Kaker, a'
Mrs. Wat nor Snider.
Mis. F. M. M iller entertained a frw
old t hue friends of Ml Marie M
Mellon, inforiniilly last Thursday af
ternoon in her honor.
Lie I it'ii)) has hoen Seriously ill with
typlmi.l feirr for the past two weeks
and is yet in a Herinns ctitiditino.
Ji lin lilair i uiirsiug hiiu
Miss Mario- Mo.Mellun, of Klamath
Falls, mice a Lakeview rrl, visitert
this city soerul days laft ek. Her
many friends Wore were pleased to I
in rot her. j
(lu Friday Ueremher titfi, tho Lu.lies
Aid Society of tho M. II. Church w ill
h'ive a liuhr. Kvory one invited to
sxist in niakiiiK Mio all'air a success.
lieuioniU'r tlie date. If.
KVKKVIIODV IS I.W rn.D to the
lenir of Mrs. Neilon New Store,
"T1IKLA MODI'.", Sutunlay, N..v
eml-oi ;th, V.iiT. The ideat Uro for
Women ami Children.
Philip' Lyuch starts tod;iy for Old
Irelaiilr for a six months' visit and
liusine trip. II- will sail fiTiui Now
Vork on 3moiiiIu r !(y uu ii Cunard
liner, Liotitauia, tho tastest steamer
Tho Overland Ittio.king lienUy Co.
invito nil persons passiog throiiKh
Reno to call and so tlicir display of
of the st.il: Iiot luiueral
and vegetable. Also to i ri vv in good
W. V. Miller uio" family, lit have
heoii h-re from l'a.aley on a visit for
n veek post, wont t Pine Clwk hift
Suuady to pay t!at lurg u visit.
At Mirth Boone & Cofs.
Ladles Coats Reduced in Price. The quality of
late arrivals higher than ever.
Ladies Mats reduced in Price, and 5elliiiK like
I'dnck Paiiiniin. Knd gnde, w.uih In l.oWovi. w
( Inh-nn " -aiitlful fi llnlsli
Ulnck Alplien, .V Ini lies w l ie
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l.udlcN' II. .so. tried, mid p;-..wn !. -r.r well A in...,o.v ot. r. I
lil.va lloiivv, Klldscl ll.iK.-. the very lM u. i.in loiy -l.nilloH'
Hurai-fi'H Is-st UiniVr, while f.-rt II... the nlil.v h"d hln.p
od h. ise li:H.le
I i.f ii f m lll.irlf I 'llHhlliere 1 1 we. while , .el Ali.l luo. Ntr..l4 Ul.lt.
g;d. 'I'l.-eee pairs fur
I If f Ii, Mi-ti'M ii'fr I.'kI cair Slows, wi.rtll linhere .-, li.nv
A Superb P.'iici: Arimir.',
Ilonutlfiil Silk WIvoIh
t'hlld's nil To.il T.inrs
llhick r.rtwldi l h
Si.vv hi IClitf fir M '50
A be.-itit'rfid line 1
Waists, lVo!.i$L'.(i to $".
N'oiu- of ihese immmL-
t su e they being sacrificed. II
on theui. though one which
of the Inivcr. The g'
bailies' Silk. N t and Wim.I
ire of inferior iio:jlity. nor
There i a rt .iHiui.-ilile profit
ree ugnizes tlie inteti ts
we air shiiwitig .tie the very
anil we nave no
ind to us.
fiualitv that Lakeview people want
riiimi furtr.'vwli T he i iriccs n IV iut to vol
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Keeping in view always that our interests art
the prices we make art strictly in the intirest ol
S) we progress. Nothing ehecks us.
They returned to t.'v-ir hoint't
Real the new advertisements iuTheji,.y 'J'uearfay.
MamiDr this week. They wili inter-1 ,
.. The I-..tuminer is in reooipff of a sr
j SOU lll'KPl I.. 111.9 KLVHl IIOI M,)- V ill
(ieoro Booao who was quit sick ; i, k.jv. ti in Poriiand thi. nionlli.
the h'rat of the wet-k, is ahlo to ho outj Iowevo, we are n4 ropare4 to nt-afe'ain-
hend, aid woul.ln't- look in ,kee in a
For. SALE. PjO head of goat j horse slw, . anywi.r.
Inquire of W. V. Stanley, Lakeview, I .;. im pi, made a trip t Alturas.
Oregon. 40-tf this week after a load ot ir.'.ur. lie
See the New line of ladies' furnish I hrought hack son. of the (,he,t eid.-r
na and dres unruU at IJaih v .t Mas-- 1 that we have over tlopped .ur lip over
Dan Malloy and wife, and Mrs. F
P. Light, went oil "rtshing trip'",j
last week. j
Its time to think about your Winter!
Underweai. See the- net line at "TLe
La Mode." 1
I5uy your Coisets at "The Iji
Mode", Mrs. Neilou know Iiow to At
your figure. 1
lletter than PettietMt f Silk uiu
the Heatherbloom Petfcu;urti at "The
Lost Two itidiua dolls, one cftiof
aDd one lady, tinder iWas leavo ut
thin otlice. 1
A full lin of 6&aeikin, ISlbaket,
and Plusb Itned Co at liaitey &.
Mrs. Win, lfarey baa 8hipi.l her
floe piano to her mother's Lome la
Uora: In Lakeview, )reyin, Nov
rt, 1907, to tba wife ot IX A. Caldwelt,
of AdeL, a boy.
Miia Nell Simpson, one of our pop
ular youof hit ies, will lebve Boon for
A inland tc attend BchooL
rws r r
mB Km ! MNktMiuL I
TUB LIUDINO BUSINKSS COIJJiGE
'tKK UUILDIN. POIITLANI), OKLUON
U R PACULTY IS STRONGER THAN EV ER
We haveiuHt nocured the uervieeHof twohleli-Hiilarled, practical, men.
aa well k l.-udlnc t.usinewH Educators, from tho hunt. a leave no
1 . fttouc unturned. We are now Rivlna:
yon thtbeut that money can procure.
,. w iiminkk, i r- SEND FOR CATALOQUE i. m. woi.kkk. i-Hn.
ljya fychool Suits Two pair pants
with double seat and kue with each
suit. Lakeview Mere. Co. 1
Mis. Joe Fine is lu Lakeview, with
her little baby who has been quite ill.
at the home of Mm. E. Liuville.
Mr. Johnston, of the tlrui of John
bton & Lushaway, timber eruim-r of
Kla'.nath Falls, in i-. lakeview.
Ed Howell, the Pin Creek niiuiuK
man was up from there last week, and j
Bpeut several uays iu our i:uy.
Lost: About three weeks ago, a
cream flilk Bhawl, valued aa a preueut,
flDdor please return to this office.
J. B. BUir returned from Rummer
T.nWa last Friday to take care of Lee
Beall, who Is quite a sick man.
Will Kousb found a Hue ledge of
rock in Clover flat recently and
brought a sample to town Tuesday.
for some time f.Tiin
place at D.ivia Crvek.
There was no K.uth in.t.i y.-.-tei.i'.iy
inoruirg, when luo days iimil sh ild
have arrived. We iiuderskutid that the
engine tipped olf the tiiu.k near L.k.
ly, thna l.ilay:ig the jjuth uijils.
The letter mail s about ll tho pt plo
here care about) any mo.-v, as alv pa
pers itomiug f i bin the .lootli ar old
and ritale by the timw they reiit'li
J. Wendell, and fimily (hpart'-dj
Moarday for .he low.r country,, where j
they go to seek a now locutio.i. Mr.
Weadell has dou4 well lu re and mad
uuay frieuf) during las flv-i or uix
year's resilience iu tn town. He will
b- hack here iu alnvt ttiroj inoniilm
la case he gete a tiling on t'je tract of
ftunber laal which be ma(' uppkioa
tion for hist week.
Mr. Asmua Toaaiugsen went t Itly
Tuesday to mer Mrs. A. W. Maaraig,
who i here fo a visitof a few weeks
with ker fathMr. Cht TonituignMii,
and family. Mrs. Maaring's home is
in Siokane Washington. She- btarted
for Lakeview imuiedajaly wpmi receifit
of the telerram telling her tJ her sis-
It,. !..... ,!,... ,.,..,11 .,,
r:h here In time for tb funeral.
Everything Carried in Stock for the
Miner at both our Stores.
Boots and Shoes for Miners, hutca
roos, Sheepmen and Ranchmen.
GLOVES AND OVERALLS R)R ALL.
Groceries; Hour and Grain.
All kinds of Canned Goods.
Hardware & Hilling Tools.
Warner Valley Mercantile Co
J. F Sah-ido, an till newKpuper man,
of Klamath county, spout yesterday
iu Lakeview, from tho raliorad sur
veying camp in Drews valloy. He
says the surveyors are earn pod wti.nre
I'rews creek loaves the valley, and will
come down the creek through the
"Tick Kidge" country. They will be
in Lakeview In about teu days. Mr.
Salcido established the Bonanza liul-
Yes, Its "The La Mode" that, at
tracting so much attention jut now.
Opening Day, Saturday, Nov. Jlth,
are the Corsets shown ut "The La
A. P, Koor rume to- town yetnr
day from the. West Kid, with a load
of vegetaLloB. JI loft a sample of
Iim fluo potatoes nt thia ollioe, al .ua
Urge enrvot, which is a wonder, not
only for its size lit for its pooular.
Kutny, how many people 'o n
"Hshing trips" those days; rather
cold, and then too, they ..,
queer phioos to llsh. lint if they ale
like us, th.y can cat. h aHiiiany ti hL m
uib sage i riiHJi or limber, a, iud,,,
T. M. Peters, wlio has I . m eim.i,.. .
ed as ,tenogii,(,ier for L. !'. Conn for
Home months, uml M m. .. i
has bee,, in The Fviiu.iner oilieo tl,
past Mimmer, l.-tt fr Portland yester
day. Tim boys will K .;.,.t f(r rt
hort stay iu I'ortlund.
I want VOU to visit my new store
"lh, I.a Md.", because I Kw v-m
will appreciate the pains I hav0 '1,,'kei,
In Dolectliig my NKW STOCK.
1 Anna M. Neilou.
Clayton Klssell and L. S. Asoougli,
who have Uen In Lake eouaty for
month past for timlier land, departed
for their homo ut Colorado City yes
terday morning. They made filings
on imiaoion each of timber laud In
the Drews valley mountains.
Dr. J. S. Dewey went lo Bono last
we. k to investigate the bargains of
fered by the Overland Banking Hoalty
Co , in raid estate Is lwoon Bono and
Sparks, advertised iu The F.Xumiiier.
If Dr Dewey is suited ho will likely
invent in some ()f t L id property.
C. K. Cuuipboll and wife and Mrs,
Wingllel.l, mother of Mrs. Campbell,
lelt for Auburn, Calif., last wook,
whore they will make their future
homo. Mr. Cumpboll has resided at
Paisley fur many years, and that com
munity loses a suhwtautlal citizen
wnoii iio loaves it,
Ooo. Cooley, proprietor of the
Pioneer Hnloon at Paisley, came down
I roui there Tuesday to take out a H'
Uuor license ut the j resent term of