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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 25, 1913)
A CORDIAL INVITATION
Is extended to all and especially
to Lakeview's many visitors
Ednas: Fair Week
to visit our store at their leisure. The attractive dis
play of Fall Merchandise, the quaJity of our goods and
the low prices asked here will surely appeal to all visit
ors. Read this advertisement carefully and make up
your mind where your money should go for your
FALL AND WINTER SUPPLIES
Star Brand Shoes for
the Entire Family
You can get them only at our store.
Positively all leather made shoes, made to fit
perfectly and comfortably and sure to give
Children's shoes from 75cts up.
Misses sizes, $1.25 to $2.50.
Ladies' sizes. $1.75 to $5.00.
Youths sizes. $1.50 to $3.00.
Men's sizes. $2.50 to $630.
Don't be foolled into buying something
"just as good" as a Star Brand shoe.
Specially designed for this store. Made
of choice patterns. Fancy Worsted and Chev
iots, new Fall shades, perfect in fit and finish.
We specialize on Suits at $20.00, which are
equal to others shown here at $25.00. Our
suits range in price from $12.50.
Overcoats, with invertable collars, from
Boys suits $1.50 to $6.00.
A congregation of up-to-date merchan
dise suitable for all occasions and satisfac
Worsted Dress Goods for house dresses,
as well as school wear, 32 inches wide, all
colors, at 30cts a yard.
Eden Cloth heavy waistings, 6 yds $1.00.
Kimona Cloth, the combination of colors
in the new Bulgarian shades, large variety,
20cts a yard.
Outing Flannels, the heavy fluffy kind in
plain shades and fancy stripes and checks,
at 1 Octs a yard.
Heavy Messaline silks all colors; 27 in.
wide, 75cts a yard.
Messaline Silk Skirts, the biggest bargain
in town, regular $3.50 value, our price, each
Fancy Burmah Challies, suitable for com
forter coverings, Persian designs, at 7cts yd.
Groceries 'and House-
FALL AND WINTER SUPPLIES
Quantity purchasers will find here a sav
ing of at least fifteen per cent on their fall
supply purchase. Every kind of groceries
is carried in stock. Cash buying makes it
possible for us to give you the advantage in
price. The quality of our groceries is the
best that can be procured, which means less
waste in their use and most satisfactory gro
ceries to buy.
You never will know what the saving on
your year's supply is unless you come here,
ready to pay for what you get and ask the
cash price of the goods you want. Try it
this year. Bring your want list here.
Don't overlook ournew line, of Ladies'
Underwear. The quality and prices are
guaranteed. The best made for the least
Fleeced Jersey Ribbed Shirts and Draw
ers, three for $1.00.
Form-Fitting Ribbed Shirts' and Draw
ers, $1.25 a suit.
All Wool, non-Shrinkable Shirts and
Form Fitting Ribbed Union Suits, $1.25.
Silk and Wool non-Shrinkable Union
Underwear for Men
Suitable and comfortable for Fall and
Winter, various lines. Heavy Cotton Fleece
Ribbed, 50c garment.
All Wool Shirts and Drawers at $1.25.
Ribbed Ecru and Natural Gray Union
Medium weight Wool Mixed Union
Australian Lamb's wool exceptional
good value, perfect fitting Union Suits $2.75.
THE QUALITY STORE
THE QUALITY STORE
I tied and on draught j
C Reno Brewing Co. Inc.
MOORE FAMILY VISITS
Continued from first page
Mr. Moore, while not entirely recov
ered from bii sickness, is rapidly re
gaining in health and he hopes to
return to Lake view next year with
a first class troupe. They departed
from here yesterday for Fallon, Nev
ada, where they will play during tair
week in the Temple theater, which is
now managed by Alfred Smith and
J. F. Mayfield formerly of Lakeview.
Sec'y Without Authority
The present state printing law re
pealed all the laws regulating the dis
posal of various state publications, such
as the session laws, the codes, the
supreme court reports and legislative
journals. Until the state printing
board meets and takes action in the
matter, the secretary of stste now has
no authority to sell or give away any
of these publications. It Is probatle
that the board, at Its next meeting,
will fix the asms prices for the publi
cations as have been charged in tbe
past, with tbe possible exception of
the supreme court reports. The price
of these rosy be cut, as spurious vol
umes of tbe last report have been is
sued by private publishers and placed
on the market at a reduced price.
Francis J. Ueney bas announced bis
candidacy aa United States Senator
from California to succeed Senator
Perkins whose term expires tn March
CLOSING OUT SALE
Stock and Fixtures of the business formerly con
ducted by Mrs. A. M. Neilon, Women's
Outfitter, known as "La Mode"
in the Bieber Block. Lake
TO SATISFY THE DEMANDS of CREDITORS
These Goods Will Be Closed Out at the Earliest
Possible Moment, Regardless of Original Cost
You will never have such an opportunity to se
cure Ladies' Suits. Dress Goods. Waists, Skirts,
Laces and Embroidery, Hosiery, Ribbons
and Millinery Goods at prices which
will be placed on these goods.
The Sale will begin
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 1
EVERYTHING MUST GO, INCLUDING
THE FIXTURES, NOTHING HELD OUT
Remember the place, Bieber Block, Lakeview, and
the date, OC TOBER 1st, 1913, and plan to do
your buying for Fall and Winter.
NEW PINE CREEK DEPARTMENT
DEVOTED TO LIVE NEWS NOTES OF THE STATE
LINE TOWN SPECIAL CORRESPONDENCE
PINE CREEK HAS
The Ladies of New Pine Creek bave
organized a "Ladies Improvement
League.'' Such organizationa are
growing in popularity all over the
world. Not only in the Ur ited States
but In every country under the sun.
Not only are tnese organizations found
in the towns and title but in the
rural diatricts also. The aim of thia
League Is tbe same aa that of all
Women's Improvement Clubs, to make
the vicinity in which tbey live, a more
beautiful place in which to live. Tbe
Ladies, League and the Town Council
are to work in harmony for tbe up
building of our little town. Watch
us aee if we improve within the next
A few members of tbe Lsdies Im
provement Club attended a special
meeting of tbe City Cuuncil held at
the City Hall last Friday. The ladies
present were Mrs. J. T. O'Connor,
Pres., Mrs. L. C. Vlnysrd, Vice Pres.,
Miss Cora D. Berry, Corresponding
Secretsry, Mrs. Nannie O Neil, Mrs.
Edward Keller, and Mrs. ft. L. Wade.
The Msyor Informed the ladies that be
was glad to aee them present and was
ready to bear what ihey wished 10 say.
Miss Cora D. Berry adJressed the
Mayor and Council, Informing them
that the club waa ready to help tbe
Council in any way tor tbe betterment
of our city. And she sugejed for the
first step to clean up the town; that
we had one of tbe roost beautiful
towns to be found anywhere end with
a little publio spirit much good could
be done. Tbe Mayor In behalf of
tbe Council assured tbe ladies thst
tbey were ready to help them in any
way posaible. The City Marshal waa
then instructed to Infjrm all property
owners to clean up. And day will
be set In near future for a general
clean up day. Let the good work go
tended to everybody. There will be
motor boating, swimming, awlnga for
the children, foot-racea and baby show.
Everybody come and spend a merry
We were informed that a lady made
a remark tbat sne would not clean up
her place after tbe way the City
Council did. Thia in jutt the kind of
narrow minded, pin beaded people tbat
make all the trouble. We have one or
two auch people in our city who are
alwaya talking about aomething they
know nothing about. Now we do not
know just what thia lady had against
the City Council but we hear com
plaints about tbe City Council not
making any improvements and do not
see what they are doing with the
money. Now we will ask those people
who are kicking to kindly attend tbw
council meetings and we think tbey
will be convinced that the council la
doing the best that could be done for
a newly, Incorporated town. There
are expenses tbat tbe people do not
know about, ao in future let the people
not believe everything they bear from
aome of these trouble-makers. It
they hear of people doing tbia then let
them go to bottom and find out if such
Is true. We are getting tired of these
hot air atorlea with no foundation,
makeing it diaagreeable foreverybody.
Let ua not only clean up tbe city but
get rid of thia pulling and hauling
which is caused by just sucb people
aa these, who are always starting falae
Mr. Floyd Evena of Ked Kook, Las
sen Co., ia viaiting Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Freeman. Mrs. Evens is a sistsr of
Mr. O. J. Buck one ot the owners of
the Modoe Mi no arrived at New Pine
Creek last Saturday night. Mr. N. E.
Ouyot of High tirade met the gentle
man here. Mr. Buck expecta tore
main at High Grade about 10 days.
Ladles' Sanitary Varment.
Gold Itt'llllH for IH-CklHCCH.
('limy Luce uu1 Fringe.
Curlnon Currli-r Silks, Xun's Boll-
proof Lustre Cot to tin.
Embroidery Work to order.
Fancy Work Exchange.
MRS. H. B. ALGER
Flrtt Door East Photo Gal lory
RANGE FOR RENT
If we don't have what you
want we will get it
Good Dairy Ranches
ALGER LAND CO.
LAKEVIEW NEW PINE CKEEK
Tbe big picnic will be beld at New
Pine Creek Pleasure Ground on shore
of Goose Lake next Sunday. Septem
ber 28. A general invitation is ex-
A Well Matched Team
should hare perfect harness la
order to look and travel at
their beat. Our double harness
Is a marvel of beauty, lightness
and strength. You won't bo
doing yourself, your horses or
us Justice unless you call i and
compare It with the ordinary
E. F. CHENEY