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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 18, 1913)
A complete llneol
WRgnn and buggy
robes, blta, Hates,
spurs, quilt, rose
ettes, etc., etc.
Kverj tiling In tbe
lino of carriage
and horse furnish
THE BEST VAQUERO SADDLE
ON THE MARKET
AHLSTROM & GUNTHER, Props.
Successors to S. F. AHLSTROM
Lakeview Steam Laundry
HARRY C. HUNKER, Prop.
We give efficient service and do good work.
Send your washing and give us a trial.
TELEPHONE No. 732
CENTRAL DRICOM LIME
The Owl for Busy People
DAILY TRAIS EACH MAY BETWEES CESTRAL OREGOS
rOISTS AM) PORTLASlK TOURIST SLEEPISG CAR
(BERTHS $1.00). FIRST CLASS COACIIES.
SA VEADAY EACH WA V
8WEET SANDWICHES. J
SANDWICH KS prepared with fruit. J
nuts or liny sweet innk nice
, roods ror the sttmuior imuyq tea.
or fur the picnic lutsket.
Brown, white or rye bi-ead siloed
rery thin anil with the crust removed J
makes a good foundation for these .
sandwiches. Wafer or buttered crack- J
era or crisp buttered toast may be also J
used for this purpose. i
Stiffly whipped cream sweetened
with confectioner's sugar and com Din
ed with grated nuts or sweet choco
late or melted chocolate makes a dain
good orange filling may be made
by taking a sirup of sugar and water,
the grated rinds and tbe strained Juice
of oratiges and thickening it with a
Orape Sandwiches. Take twelve
tlrra of bread, four tablespoonfuls of
grape preserves, one tablespoonful of
chopped nuts and two tablespoonful')
of chopped apples.
Butter the broad and spread with the
mixture of grape, nuts and chopped
Fig Sandwiches. Soak dried figs
overnight In cold water to cover them
and theu simmer over a slow fire until
; tender. Add half a cupful of sugar
' and the Juice of half a lemoii to each
pound of fiirs during the cooking.
Chill them thoroughly In the icebox
and then chop to a paste and spread on
thin white bread or on jh'n slice of
i pound cake. Use n tlltmjoud shaped
I cutter for shaping these.
I Nut Dainties.
j Cream Chestnut Sandwiches -Peel.
bull, drain and uiusli large Trench
' chestnuts. Rub them through a sieve
?nd mix thoroughly with svet i itiiii
' Add a touch of salt or suur. as 1 1 1 .1
j and spread the paste on thin s'i e f
fresh white bread wh!-li Irive li-n
pared of crust and cut in roen.l ills'-:.
Use a biscuit cutter fur shaping nf'w
slices are cut.
Nut and Marshmnllow Sandwiches
Toust some fresh uiarshtnalliiws and
mix them iu a bowl with chopped V.ns
Hsh walnuts. Cut white bread in star
shapes. Put the paste on the lower
This Is the rule for all sandwiches.
Overcoats at a Sacrifice 1 -4 Off
All of this season's latest models, styles and colors in Mens youth's and
boy's Overcoats will be included in this sale. Tho amount being limited
and as long as they last will sell
$15.00 Overcoats at $1 1.25 $22.50 Overcoats at $16.90
$18.00 Overcoats at $13.50 SL'5.00 Ovctcouta at $18.75
$ 7.50 Overcoats at $ 5.65 $ 7.00 Overcoats at $ 5.25
USEFUL XMAS GIFTS
FROM CESTRAL OREGOS
Leave Bend 830 PM
" Deschutes 8 48 PM
" Redmond 9 10P3I
" Terrebonne 9 24 PM
" Culver. 10 02 PM
" Metolius 10 20 PM
" Madras 1030 PM
Arrives Portland 810 AM
TO CESTRAL OREGOS
tea ve Portland 7 00 PM
Arrive Madras 6 00 AM
" Metolius 615 AM
" Culver 628 AM
" Terrebonue 708 AM
" Redmond 723 AM
" Deschutes 74.1AM
" Bend 8 00AM
Prompt despatch of freight, Between Central Oregon
and Portland and Portland and Eastern cities.
Connections made iu Portland to and from Willamette Valley, Astoria
and Clatsop Beach points. Puget Sound, Spokane, Montana, Colorado, St. !
Paul, Omaha, Kansas City and Chicago. KSKJ '
Fares, time schedules, and other information by letter, or upon ap-
plication to J
R. II. CROZIER, A. G. P. A.;
IK. C. WILKES. A. G. F. fc P. A , J. II. CORBETT, Agt.,
Portland, Oregon. Bend, Oregon
. CUTLERY THAT CUTS
Steel of the best quality at fair prices. Our
cutlery is made from the best English steel. Wc
have also in stock fine pocket cutlery, scissors, etc.,
wade by the best English manufacturers from the
finest Sheffield steel. Some useful gijts among them.
T. E. BERNARD
"EVERYTI1IXG IX HARDWARE AXD FARM IMPLEMESTS"
7".V WORTH AlWISTER'S
through the suow'nnd sleet to get
a supply of our matchless Lliuors
because they are very necessary
things during the chilly, frosty
weather. We want you to try a
sample bottle of our famous Rye
Whiskey. Woknow you will never
he without it in your house after
the lint trial, especially when you
learn that we price It so reasonable.
POST & KING, Proprietor
j GREEN PEAS.
$ DINNER MENU.
X. Rarlv Ttrnth '
VeaJ Cutlet With Tomato &auc.
Potato Puff (a leftover).
WHEN selecting peas break the
pods and seu whether they Oil
the pods. They should never
be allowed to grow until they crowd
Shell them Just before they are to
be used. You should wash the pods
before removing the pees Do not
wash the pens.
When Boiling Peas.
If they are to be boiled have ready
1 boiling Rulted water. Boil the peas
; fifteen or twenty minutes without cov
, erlng them. As soon as they are done
i take off the lire.
For the drosning take to each pint
of pens one ounce of butter ami a salt
: spoonful each of suar and salt. Tut
: these Into the water in which the peiiH
have IxIh-d and reduce It uutil there
; Is Just einiMh water left to moisten
them, then serve
With Other Foods.
1 Scalloped IVas mid (.'lieese. - .Stew u
pint of peas uniil soft Put u layer of
pejs In a hal:i:u pan. then a layer of
; cracker crumbs, with bits of butter,
, salt and pepper. When all are used
j put a layer of gritted cheese on top,
j then add the liquor from tin; peas und
I almost enough milk to cover. liake
! until a crisp liclit brown on top.
i I'eus und Potatoes. I Jrain one quart
I of slewed peas mid put them iu a
' tiauccpuu witli one cupful of cold boil
ed potatoes cut in small pieces. Add
one pint of sweet uiilk. Season with
salt, pepper and butter, boll up and
nerve with toast or crackers.
When cooking peas a pinch of sugar
la aouibliincs a great addltiou to their
Cooked With Fieri.
Scalloped Salmon and Green I'eus.
Take one can of salmon broken Into
mall pieces, a pint of stewed green
peas, two cupful of thin white sauce
and bread or cracker cruiuba. Butter
a pudding dish, sprinkle with crumbs,
put In layer of salmon and peas, cover
w'li white sauce: repeat until all la
used. Cover well with cracker crumbs
and bake In hot oven until crumbs are
brown. Serve hot.
To make tho nance take two tuble
Hpoonfuls of flour, two teaspoonfula of
butter, a cupful of hot milk, one-quarter
teuspoouful of salt, pinch of pep
per. Molt the butter in saucepan un
til It bubbles. Add tbo flour, salt and
the hot milk Cook until it thickens.
If you don't know his site
bring alimg one of his old
coats and we van get the site
from that. If lie doesn't like
the suit you give him or It
doesn't tit, tell lilm we will be
very glad to exchange It for
The new hats for Fall are so
varied In stylo and color that
every man, no matter what
his taste, can tlndjust the hat
he wants. For the man who
wishes a novelty the soft hat
offers an unusual chance to
Shirts tor gifts are most te
ulrahle. We have many pat
terns In a delightful display of
Prices $12.50 to $25 Prices $1.50 to $3.00 Prices $1.00 to $3.50
.4 splendid chance to supply
his Winter footwear mnuls
most satisfactorily. Come In
and see the hlg values.
Prices $3.50 to $5.50
Always a useful and pleasing
gilt. We have some new tme.v
In felt and leather.
t live htm a sweater coat.
Sothlng could he more apprec
iated. We have all kinds of
colors that men like.
Prices $1.25 to $5.50
A splendid assortment In all
weights, both rubber and felt.
Also the one buckle artlc.
Something new and servicable.
CLOVES & MITTENS
What makes a nicer or
more useful gift, than a nice
pair of gloves or wool or lined
mittens. lie will sunly like
our new ones.'
Who ever heard of a man
having too mauy pairs of
hose? We sell the Shawknlt
Prices $1.25 to $2.00 Prices 60c to $2.50 Price 25 Cents
A snappy showing in four-in-hands ami Ha twines. lk-autifully pat
terned in both narrow and im-dinm widths.- Silk knitted in all the new tones
and weaves. Prices 25 Cents and 50 Cents
TkHE STORE THAT SAVES YOU
Main Street, Across from Postoffice
The Keno Gazette lays Fred Shaffer. I detached, according to a final ruling of
Land Commissioner of the N.-C.-O.. all 'collectors of customs. Game birds
wth bea Jqusrters at Fairpnrt, has j will re admitted with feathers, but
gone to San Francisco where an exten-! thefeathers must be destroyed.
sive colonization is under'way for the .... ., . .
I 1 be Oregon State Hotel
Goose Lake alley. n ielon ,t Portland last
er! a r.lntlttinn In rwtt irff. veal In Ik.
Aigrettes will not be admitted l pitrori, in in elfott to lower tlie pnet 1 ytn with ludlKeatloo
the Unite instates, either on hats or of beef. deaU rt.
SICK TWO YKAKH WITH IN PI-
"Two yettra ng,o I was (rrratly ben
efitted through ulng two or three bot
tle of Chamberlain's Tablet," wrlteti
Mm. 8. A. Keller, Kli.la. Ohio, "Be
fore taking thorn I wum sick for two
Hold by all
rtff'AiY'-2ftl family of the things
&WVjV $ have- iust to make
they ought to
wmmmmm i rm mm
pi iiaffllf IP4
will they be sorry ?
Have you p.iven your wife everything
bhe needs to make a real home for
you and your family?
These are things to think about before it
is too late.
You are a bury man, of course, and your
mind is full of plana for nent season's work,
und the money you expect to make.
But you cannot afford to entirely forget
the needs of your family, for your own
happiness, as well as theirs, depend
Upon your home life.
We have a beautiful book ex
plaining the Crown Combinola
that will be sent to you free of
charge if you write for it. And,
by the way, we have a special
proposition to make the first
buyer in each neighborhood. It
will interest you if you love
music and love your family,
SHEPHERD & SON
KLAMATH ITALLfl, OKBUON
Tell nia about your iiuclal plan to in
troduce one Crown ComMnola player
plauu In my nrlKliborliooil. A I no nuiid
inn your b-'aiililul piauo book, free of
Crown Combinola Player Piano
Will make a new home of your home.- It will bring into your sitting room all tbe
beautiful music of the world all the hymns you hear at church, all the old-time songs
you knew when you were young, all the national songs of all the countries, all the
popular tunes, all the masterpieces that Paderewski plays and you or any member ol
your family can play them without practice.
What is it worth to you, to sit in an easy chair of an evening and listen to the youngest
child play anything you wish, just as well as the man who wrote ill
What would you give to he able to sit down yourself and piny a piano, though you may
never have touched a key?
A Crown Combinola will bring more real pleasure into your home than anything else
you could think of, lor each one of the iamily can play it equally well.
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON