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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (May 2, 1912)
Every Dollar Spent Here Now Will Bring to you from Two to Three Dollars M
so " 1 j
p Worth of Good Merchandise in Return. All Our Profit is Yours. All We Want f
I is Cost Price for the Goods. Our Entire Stock Purchased This Season to Meet the
I Demands of Our Spring and Summer Trade is offered For Sale Without Profit. 1
The BEST mnkes, such as
the Star Brand Florsheims
Wizard Dr Kcid's Cush
ion Sole Shoes, all are in
eluded in our closing' out
The prices are inviting.
This stock must be reduced
regardless of profit.
We guarantee a saving of
75c to $2.00 on every pair.
Ladies' white duck button
shoes made toretail for $4. 'O
Our price now $2 50
Misses white duck button
shoe, all sizes $1 65
Misses white duck Oxfords,
per pair 90c
Silk Foulards, yd 25c
Fancy Flaxons, yd 16c
French Mercerized Ginghams
Fancy Poplins 20c
French Flannel Waistings, 3
yard lengths $1 15
White Dress Linen 40c
Apron Check Gingham 8c
American Prints 6c
Kubdry towels regular 5i'c
val.. now 30c
Ladies Summer Vests 2 lor
White Goods of all descrip
tions much below their real
If you intend to buy a Suit
this season, come to this
store now. This stotc has
always been known as the
best clothingstore, and with
our pre-ent reductions you
are sure t o be benefited. You
can save from $ kOO to $8.00
on a suit and from $1.00 to
$2.50 on a pair of pants.
Boys suits as low as Sl.f0
Boys bibbed overalls all sizes
a pair 45c
Young Mens Corduroy pants
all sizes $2 25
Mexican Straw I hits 10c
Soft Straws at 25c
$2.50 Hats at $L 50
$3.00 Hats at $2 00
CastleV Hats at ..$2 75
Stetson" Hats at $3 90
Boys' and men's caps and
silk and cloth hats.
English cloth hais, the new
Spring models are also in
cluded in this closing out
Men's Ribbed Shirts and
Drawers a better value wns
never oftVnd for less than
sixty-five cents. Ousts you
Men's 81 25 Union xuiU.
good weights, suit $1 00
Men's all wool over shirts,
formerly sold for two fifty,
now $1 65
Broken lots of underwear,
most all sizes, at each 40c
Crown negligee over shirts,
extra good $1.25 value, at
Cotton gloves, 2 pairs ...15c
New York's Latest Style Shirt
Waist a strong line (qQq
Ladies Muslin Underwear at
Closing Out Prices.
THE QUALITY STORE
THE STORE THAT IS SELLING OUT
Biitterick Patterns, Delin
eators and Fashion Quar
terly for May are on Sale
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Austin, who re
turned bera recently from Michigan,
the latter part of last week left for
Crescent, where Mr. Austin is to be
employed by the Forest Service.
The frequent snows and rains of the
past few week suggest that the com-
in? summer will be very nearly as i
good as that of last season so far as
water and range feed is concerned.
T. Phillips, a Grants Pass orchardist,
arrived by the Western Stage Sunday
evening, to spend a few days visit with
J. G. and George Campbell, who were
his schoolmates in Merry England.
A small washout near New Pine
Creek yesterday morning delayed the
passenger train something over an
hour. The storm was evidently much
heavier down there thau in the vicinity
Messrs Poet & King have bad the
outside and interior wood work about
their saloon painted during the past
week. The work has been in charge
of James Judge, Sr.
Een Green, a Silver Lake resident,
came down last week with the skins of
17 coyotes, 3 cougars and 6 bobcats,
on which he collected bounty at the
County Clerk'a office.
Word bas been received here to the
effect that Otto Lave, a former resi
dent of Lakeview and a member of sev
eral lodges, was quite ill in a hospital
of Seattle, Washington.
It is stared tnat practically all the
building lumber at the local yard haa
teen bought up by the Heryford broth
ers for "their large building, now in
process of construction. i
ru r .l t er l o A life size statue of Jesus, represent
The Rev. Father M. Schmltt, S. J., ;, ... t, a u l J
. , , . ... . , 'iR the Sacred Heart, has been receiv-
took William DriBlane to a Sister a . , r .. n . . , ... . ,
..... ed by Father Schmut and will be In-
noeo.ia. n aanrrancisco consequently iUed aboye tfae Mu ,n tfje MW
there will be no service, in the Catho- cthoic c fc Tne statu was do-
lie cnurcn next sunaav. . . . D . ,
, nated by Mrs. Babel.
Tk. I ,b.,'o,n f I. T nmka. C
, , i A trip into the country several miles
pany this week started a logging crew . .. . ... ,
. .. ,. f . north and northwest will reveal many
to work, and they will puBh their . j . . .. .
r i .. bands of t-heep now in the process of
Camp Creek mill to its fullest capacity , . . . w . .. , .
.... lambing. The bad weather of the past
dunntr the comincr season. .......
' few days will no doubt cause more or
William Keppel Barry and John . less loss of young lambs.
I'B D.aVB un IISDIGUI IJJBII IUUW
new make the through run between
Klamath Falls and Lakeview in 24
hours, the Summer schedule having
commenced yesterday. Stages arrive
in the morning and leave In the even
ine new town ol High (trade pro
mises to enjoy a boom, with a big B,
fi soon as the snow will permit the
hauling of building material to the
townsite. Many lots are being sold
from the 70 Company their big atrip of
land at Camp Creek, and are now using
the site to lamb their sheep.
Talk about things "booming" why
there never were so many strangers in
town at any one time before. Maybe
its because outsiders are just begin-!
ning to realize our resources.
H. L. Chandler, proprietor of the '
northern stage company, was a visitor '
in town on Friday Jsst. Mr. Chandler '
is now busy at bis Chewaucan ranch not with the idea ot speculating but for
sowing aeea tor me iau crop. ; use in a business way.
The High Grade Ne ws
If you want the facts and all the NEWS'
about the High Grade district send $2 to
The High Grade News
New Pine Creek, Ore.
Wsw Pino Creek la on the N. C. O. R. IT. only
mllem from the heart of the district
The flagstaff surrmounting tee For
est office succumed to the 'nevitsble
the forepart of the week, and for sev
eral days "Old Glory" waa In a recum
bent position in consequence thereof.
A. J. Foster a few dsya since return
ed from a visit to the northern part of
the County in his official capacity as
Assessor. He reports the croD outlook
as excellent in every aection visited.
It is reported that the building oper
ations at New Pine Creek, while pro
gressing quite rspidly, are very much
hampered on account of inability to get
sufficient lumber as rapidly aa desired.
Messrs. J. P. Dailey and eons, of
Salt Creek, have purchased from the
Berney Construction Company the
old O. V. L. sawmill, which they are
now operating. Oxen are being used
to snake the logs to the mill site.
City Marshal "Bill" McCulley ia
now having West street, south of the
Slash, paved with quite large rocks,
over which will be deposited a layer
of fine gravel. "Bill" is certainly do
ing wonder with our city streets.
Y. A. Fitzpatrick ia down from the
ZX ranch, but did not make the trip in
his Franklin. He states that the wea
ther in the Chewaucan bas apparently
been similar to that we have been en
joying here during the past week,
Mr. and Mrs. Harrv Vernon are now
Lakeview residents, having moved up
from their Davis Creek ranch. Mr.
Vernon is at present driving one of the
heavy freight teams tor the Lakeview
Transfer & Delivery Company, of
which he is a member.
A. L. Thornton, president of the
Goose Lake Gun Club, has made appli
cation to the proper State and Govern
ment officials tor a quantity of small
mouthed Black Bass with whioh it is
intended to stock the Drews Valley
dam and Dog Lake.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kimball, last
week, returned to Klamath Falls after
having spent a busy month hereabouts
fixing up graxing leases of the Weyer
hauser lands, of which Mr. Kimball is
the local representative. The return
trip waa made by auto.
One of Laeview'a land marks is aoon
to disappear. The frame building
between the Palace saloon and the post-
office, now known as Ely's restaurant,
ia to give way to a modern brick build
ing. The new building will probably
be occupied ty tho moving picture
theater of Al Smith, and Fly will have
to look for another location before June
Miss Katherine Bradley, accompani
ed by Miss Blanche Easter, Thursday
last ps id a vifif to New Pine Creek as
the guests of the former's father, who
is ticket agent at that place for the
The Ladies Aid Societies of the
Methodist, Presbyterian, and Baalist
Churches are planning a memorial ser
vice to be held in the near future in
memory of the dead lost in the Titanic
The cigar store and pool hall of '
Keene & Barnes Is undergoing a re
modeling, and two box ball bowline; al
leys are to be installed, while the par-1
tition between the two rooms has been ,
The roads are again becoming im-:
pasaatle for autos and they promise to '
remain ao for at least a few days. .
Previous to the last storms they were
In fairly good condition, but the anow
and rain put them to the bad in several
The Methodist Ladies Aid Society j
gave a very successful supper Saturday
evening in the Civic Improvement
Hail. Coffee and wafllles, ice cream
and cake were several of the combfna-,
tions offered by the ladies for whioh
there was a big demand. A nice Bum
was netted, I
Let The Examiner Figure on Your Next Job Printing-
HORSE AND. RIDER
ullkp Mlmalil fit-l mi caw to
Ki t the full t'lijoynimit out
ofttrliU Our MHiMlcM ,are
a diwrved laputntton for
form, iimrTlalM nn.l work
tnMiifthip which iiuikt-4 them
the nitt diHlrnbli in Lake
view. At much umy ald
of our lrMI and ether
. F. CHENEY
W. 3. Archer, of the H rm of 8. A.
Mushen & Co. returned from New Pino
Creek Sunday evening, where he haa
been assisting Mr. Mushen in platting
and surveying some of the new sub
divisions to Pine Creek. Mr. Mushen
returned Saturday evening.
The storm of the first of the week
waa very general, and In the vicinity
of Alturas a heavy rain and windstorm
It ivailed for several days. So far as
beard from no damage resulted, how
ever, and the rain will be of much
benefit to the whole country.
R. A. Eichelberger, route agent of
the Wells Fargo Express Co., was In
Lakeview last week with local agent,
A. L. Thornton. Wednesday they went '
to New Pine Creek for the purpose of j
looking over the ground, preparatory to !
installing an office at New Pine Creek.
W. S. Towner, chief clerk of the U.
8. Land Office, atfer an absence of sev
eral months in New York, Monday :
evening returned home. Ilia wife, who
on account of III health accompanied i
him east, was unable to return at this
time, although her condition Is much
improved an1 there is no doubt but
that she will fully regain her health in
the near future.
tj;ou A R u
Y khovvn by
JH the com.
w pany you
will be recog
nized as being
in good com
wearing a suit
Tailored by us.
The Materials are
Right - The Work
manthfp Is Faultless
CLEANING, PRESSING, RE-PAIRING-SatUfaction
or No Pay