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CAN POOD AND PRESERVE- THE- NATION
All Canning Steps Important;
Wise Ganners Heed Every Rule
K dipping In n cold watnr lialh In
ndvlcd for tho product, llm moment
ho tniK of lilnnchod mnturlul Ik takun
from tlm bolllnp wutur nluiiKn It Into
u vessel of elonn cold watnr tho
itolrinr tho bettor. Allow It to ro
mnln In tlm cold wntor only (or tho
tlntn Mpnolflod, I)n not nllnw It to
!(umk In tho cold wntor.
Piu-kltiK dm Jnr.
Remove front tho wntor bath tho
Jnr and covorn which must huvn
lioon bollliiK for nt lonnt ir mluutoH,
An quickly ns pohhIMo puck tho
blanched (iiml dlppi'd) product Into
tho bollnd Jars. J'nck quickly nnd
carefully, untriK n Hut mill nnrrow
wooden piiddlo or woodnn spoon
Kllnilnntn nil hubhloii. Puck Unfitly
tiut not mo fiH to in null or crush tho
I'lll tho Jnr to within ono-linlf
Inch of tho top with hot brlno or
water or Julco If yon urn caunltiK
vuKoliiblcit, or with hot sirup, fruit
Julco or iiioroly clciui hot wntor If
you ii ro rnunliiR fruit, Dlrcctloim for
iniiklivK brlucit mid sirup tiro Inrliid
od In the btillntln on cuiiiiIiik Issued
for frco distribution by tho U. H. du
imrtmcitit of nRrlrulturo.
I'urtliil KciilliiK of Ihi-n.
As enrb jar In flllod nnd whllo It
in mill hot plnco u rublmr rlim
ulonrmod In boiling soda nnd wntor
on tho Jnr. Kcrow down tho boiled
top, If n screw-lop jnr In uhciI, but
do not Hrrow It tight. If Rlnmt-top
Jam 11 ro used put on rover nnd slip
wlro ovor It, but do not promt down
tddo spring. Do not dolny In putting
tin tops until llio Jnr mid top nro root
Do not seal Jar it tight nt thin ntago.
Tho packed product will expand
noinuwhnt when tho Jnrit nro bollod
(processed), nod thnro must bo an
outlet for tho expanding air.
Ait ench Jnr I purtlally sealed put
It bnck In tho hot wntor bnth from
which ioiiio of tho hot -water bait
boon ro moved nod In whlrh cold
water linn been nddnd until tho watnr
In merely warm. Do not put cold
Jnrn directly Into hot water. Thny
will crnck. Try to hnvo filled Jars
ud tho wntor In tho bnth about tho
name tompornturo at tho ttnrt.
Fill und pnrtlnlly him I all tho Jam
nit rapidly an poioilhlo nnd placo thorn
In tho bath. Heo that when all arc
In tho wntor comes ovor tho tops of
Tut ii tight cover on tho vessel to
loop tho ntoani around tho top of
Allow tho Jam to remain In tho
tolling water for tho tlmo specified
for tho product. Ilogln counting tho
tlmo for processing when tho water
u rou ml tho Jam In tho watnr bath
iitnrtH to boll,
Honllng tlm .Jnrn.
llemovo Jnrit from tho bath at tho
und of tho canning porlod prescribed
fur tho pnrtlculnr vegetablu or fruit.
Inntnntly clnmp tightly or screw
down tho lid on onch Jnr iih it Ih
taken out. Mnko curtain thoro la
no leak, Htoro Jnrn to root In a
tlrnft-froo plnco. TchI for lonkn
ngaln next dny. If nny Jar shown
nny .signs of lonkn replace fnulty
rubor, cap or contalnor, nnd roboll,
WIhto only Ono Period of Ilollliij;
If tho product Ih ono that can bo
canned by n hIiirIo porlod of boiling
In n hot wntor bath, your product,
If lightly Healed und thoroughly cold,
Is'tiow roady for utorngo. Whom
only ono boiling Ih roqulred, Hcrow
top, clamp-top or nolf-Honlliig con
tulnera or cnim can bo uhuiI.
Hmh'Iii1 CoiiHltleral Ioiin.
A fllnglo porlod of processing In
tho wntor bath Iiiih boon found gun
orally Hotlnfiictory for tho canning of
frultH nnd hucIi acid vegotablo ns
toinntoofi. Lima Iiouiih, pons, corn
nnd cortalu nthor vogutablos having
a high protein content, or which, be
cause of their thick conslstoncy, do
not allow tho heat to ponotrato to
tho contor roadlly, nro moro dlfll
cult to storlllzo, nnd honco, whoro
tho hot wntor bnth Ih uhoiI, olthor
by tho Hluglo-coutluiiouH or by tho
iutorintttont procoHH, a small percent
ngo of Iohh by Hpollogo inny bo ox
jioctcd, Hnwovor, acrupulouH euro
lu tho selection, preparation nnd
processing of thoHO productH will ro
diico this loa'a to a ml til muni,
A ulnglo-porlod processing with
Htoam umlor proHsuro of 10 to 15
oouikIh, In a prosauro cauiior or
oookor, Ih strongly rocommondod for
tho handling of buoIi productH, for
by Its ubo loss duo to lnsutflclont
Htorlllzntlon may ho largely elimin
For tho uomiflt of thoao to whom
tho Intermittent boiling or process
ing may not bo, familiar, It may bo
explained that this consists merely
of placing tho cans or Jars of matorlal
1 'SMJMfeaudjaiK 7iald!l!BBaV 7irl i". ZiMt
IBaV HBfeHnriflHlB9BHr' fCi'iiSf
to bo treated lu tho boiler or canner
ond boiling for tho required length
of llnle on ench of three successive
days, Ily many this Is considered a
safer procedura than tho uso of a
single long period of boiling.
If you employ thin method, when
tho Jars are being given tho second
und third boiling treatments, you
should loosen tho clamps or unscrew
tho lids nllghtly just before you placo
them again lu tho boiling wntor.
Tighten covers at the end of each
boiling. As tho seal of tho Jars is
loosened slightly during each boil
ing, tho metal-capped Jars, some
times called "hermetic" jars, arc not
suited to Intermittent work. Jnrs
with self-senllng wlrc-clamped tops
SUMMER LAKE WILL
" SOON BE EXPLOITED
SALKM. July 1C I'romlio that
If tho waters of Summer lake con
tain valuable mineral deposits they
will bo worked to their utmost Is
hold out In communication!! received
by Governor Withycombe from II. C.
Pendleton of Oakland. Cat., and re
ferred by tho governor to tho state
land board. Mr. Pendleton Is now
experimenting with samples of tho
waters, an ho Ih allowed to do so by
tho newly announced policy of the
board, whoroby It will rofuso to sign
contracts extending to any person or
firm an exclusive right to experi
ment with waters and their deposits.
This policy ban been decided upon
becnuso of tho largo number of ap
plications received, nnd if nny expert
mentor gooH to tho extent of being
nblo to start actual operations tho
board will then bo In a position to
close tho deal.
Mr. Pondleton, who fliibmlts n
strong letter of recommendation from
John Ii, Davie, mayor of Oakland,
writes Governor Wlthycombo that ho
Ih trying to build up n soda iihIi plant
nt Hummer Inko under Jason Moore's
loaso, nnd that ns ho gets into tho
work ho finds many possibilities of
dolny owing to tho Hcnrclty of labor
and machinery, nnd thnt while ho Is
not discouraged ho will fool moro
like going abend If ho can count on
tho support of tho state executive de
partment. Tho lottor from tho Oakland mayor
nayu that Mr. Pendleton Ih ono of tho
community bulldern through whom
Oakland has boon ndvnncod as an In
diiBtrlnl nnd commercial center, and
ho is crodttod with bringing to thnt
city tho I'nrr-McCormlck Terminal
company nnd tho Chevrolet Motor
Car compnny, Mayor Davlo doclaroH
thnt Mr. Poudlotnu will fulfill to tho
lottor anything ho undertakes lu
TWIMi WOHItY AVIMIF.LM.
(Ily Unltisl I'rns to Tlio Ileiul llullctln.)
WASHINGTON, July 15.- Five
quartu of homo canned frultH and
vogotablea per month for nil winter
for ovory Amorlcnu isn't a bad war
time proHpoot, la it?
Thnt'H tho program tho dopnrt
inoiit of agriculture la fostering in
ita "can-tho-food" propaganda, Throo
thousand domouBtrntora nro In tho
Hold, nil ovor tho producing dis
tricts, showing moil, women and
chlldron how to can ami dry tho
surplus aunimor food, to tho oud that
1,500,000,000 quarts may bo put up
at homo this summer.
nro most satisfactory to uso In'lntor
mlttont canning. Hnvo your screw
top Jars for packing fruits and to
nintooH, which require hut ono porlod
of boiling in a wntor bath outfit.
Cunning in .Metal,
Wash tho cans carefully nnd scald
with boiling wator to mako cortalu
that they nro absolutely clean. In
tho caso of cans, 'prepare tho product
tho samo us If It woro to bo packed
In Jars, Fill tho cans. Holder on
tho tops, leaving open tho small hole
In center of tho cap,
i:liautlng Filled Cans.
Lower tho filled cans Into tho
boiling water to within ono Inch of
tho top. This treatment, in from
three to eight minutes, will drivo
tbiualr out of tho cans through tho
pin holo. This exhausts thorn nnd
tends to prevent later swelling or
bulging from Insldo prcssuro. Do
not lot tho cans stay nny longer than
necessary to drive out tho air.
Jlolllng (I'iik-coxIhc I'IIIimI Cans.
llemovo tho exhausted cans, tip
tho air Jiolo with solder, then pro
cess In boiling water or In a water
snal or steam-prossuro canner for tho
tlmo specified for the particular
product nnd for tho particular outfit.
Iiulletlns Issued for free distribu
tion by tho department of agricul
ture, Washington, I). C toll nil
about canning in cans as well us in
Homnthlng to soil? Advcrtlao in
Tho Bulletin's classified column.
Jl'ItY FINDS HIM (JUIITV OF TIIK
.MANL'FACrnti: OF I.NTOXIt'AT.
i(j i.igi'oitH in ins iiomi: IX
(From Friday's Dally.)
Knuto Iljorgo, who with his son,
Lara Iljorgo, was tried boforo a Jury
of six man In Judgo Hastes' court
yesterday afternoon, was declared
guilty of manufacturing intoxicating
liquors. Tho Jury brought in a vor
dlct of not guilty for tho son. Kx
tremo leniency, because of his age
and condition, was recommended by
tho jury for tho man convicted.
Iljorgo was arrested on Tuesday
afternoon when Sheriff Roberts, ac
companied by two special ngonts of
tho state, John T. Corcoran and T, H.
Fnnton, searched tho homo of tho
dofondant and discovered nearly 50
gallons of homo browed beer lu all
stages of making.
In tho testimony yesterday after
noon tho offlcora declared that whon
they ontorod tho homo they found a
trap door in tho tloor of tho houso
and on opening this discovered near
ly 100 quart bottles of boor. In nu
othor lift In a soparato room 55 pint
bottles woro discovered. Dcaldes
this thoro was n largo quantity of
tho material on tho stovo and in tho
Bottling jars which hud not boon
Iljorgo stoutly maintained that tho
hour was not being manufactured
for Bale, but for homo consumption,
and hla nttornoy, W. P. Myora, dla
claimed that it was as highly In
toxicating as loproaontod by tho
prosecution, II. H, Do Armnnd.
Iljorgo confessed that his son Lars
had had no connection lu tho manu
facture of tho nrtlclo.
In hla explanation of tho largo
amount of tho bovorago found on hla
promlaos, lljoiigo dcclarod that aomo
of It was ovor two years old.
Sontonco wns. Imposed by Judgo
Kaatoa this morning, Iljorgo bolng
flood in tho sum of $50 oud costs,
tho coats amounting to porhnps ?15.
Lnrs DJorgo, tho son, will now bo
tried on a chnrgo of having Intoxicat
ing liquor -within his possession, uut
this caso will not bo hoard until tho
prosocutlng attorney's offlco has had
an aualyals of tho product,
DfJH.NTD OVKH AKKA TWO MILKH
IN LKXOTIf VKHTIJKDAY BO.MK
IIOMF.HTKADH IN DANOKIt
I'UIVATi: OWNKI) TIMIIKH.
fFrom Monday's Dally.)
A forest fire, ono of the largest
which has broken out In tho county
this season, Is raging In Township M,
Itango 10, In tho Sisters district.
Tho fire, evidently caused by light
ning, broke out on Saturday evening
and although a crow of men was sent
to the sceno early yesterday morning
from Itedraond, before night It had
burned over an area moro than two
miles In length.
Several homesteads In tho vicinity
are threatened, and It is feared that
possibly some have already been
The fire Is burning In state and
private timber, and many timber
claims In this Hcctlon aro owned by
Ono cent a word is all a little Want
Ad will cost you.
Deschutes County Abstract com
pany's report of Instruments filed
for record In Deschutes county July
Huttlo Soldier to Marshall T.
Green, quit claim deed, 1.
J. O. Hagan to J. A. Stare!, war
ranty deed, J 10.
J. A. Starel to Chos. II. Ilolfe, war
ranty deed, J 10.
K. Ii. Knox, shcrirr, to Chas. S.
nensou, sheriff's deed, WV4 SEU,
8Kt 8Wi. Sec. 1; NEH NWVi Sec
12, T. 20, 8., It. 10 E. W. M.
Tho Ilend Co. to Seventh Day Ad
ventlst church, warranty deed, $1.
C. A. Adams to S. A. Gottcr, war
ranty deed, Itcdmond, $10.
BROTHER BILL IS
BACK IN BEND
(From Friday's Dally.)
After many miles of travel, In
which ho has visited practically every
chapter of tho lied Cross In Eastern
and Central Oregon, Brother 1)111,
tho famous Hcd Cross sheop, who
began his career In Ucnd last March
at tho atato sheepmen's dinner, ar
rived In Ilend on yesterday morn
ings' train from Tho Dalles, under
the caro of tho American Express
No ono at tho present tlmo can tell
doflnltcly the amount of money Dill
has brought Into tho Hod Cross
funds. It Is known that beforo leav
ing the county moro than $15,000
dollars had been added to tho Ucnd
chapter funds through his sale.
In tho County Court of tho Stato of
Oregon,, for Deschutes Countv.
In tho Matter of tho Estnto of Jcsolo
Hollo Thnyer, Deceased.
Notice is horoby gives that tho
undersigned was on tho 12th day of
July, 1918, duly appointed executrix
of tho last will and testament of
Jessie Hollo Thayer, deceased. All
persons having claims against tho
estate aro hereby notified to present
tho samo duly verified In tho manner
provided by law wltliln six montns
from tho dato of tho first publication
of this notlco nt tho ottlco of H. C.
Ellis, in tho First National Dank
building, lloml, Deschutes county,
Dato of first publication, July IS,
MABEL K. STllINGEIt,
Executrix of the-Last Will and
Testament of Jessie- Hollo
Thayer, Deceasod. 20-23c
In tho County Court of tho Stato of
Oregon, for Deschutes County.
In tho Matter of tho Estate of Ed
ward C. Penrose, Deceasod.
Notlco la horoby gives that tho
undersigned was on tho 12th day of
July, 1018, appointed administrator
with tho will annexed of tho cstato
of Edward C. Ponroso, deceased. All
persons havlihg claims against tho
estnto aro horoby notified to present
tho samo duly verified in tho manner
provided by law within six months
of tho dato of tho tlrst publication
of this notlco at tho offlco of A. J.
Monro, In tho Log Cabin building,
Bond, Deschutes County, Oregon.
D.Uo of tlrst publication, July IS,
II. C. ELLIS.
Administrator with tho Will
DIAMOND irffrSS BRAND
Atk yr lraUt for CUM
DIAMOND URAND riU.3
UOLD metallic boxes, seaii
Ribbon. Tako no oiub.
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in Kkd uJA
ea vrtta uiuew
DIAUIINU 1IUANH ri I.I.S, lor IWfDlT-nTO
year) regarded Dot, Safest, Always Reliable.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS
vffi EVERYWHERE gggj
Annoxod of tho Estato of Ed
ward C. Ponroso, Deceased,
In tho JuBtlco Court for tho District
of Bond, Deschutes County, Ore
gon. Mary E, Hoover, doing business as
tho Universal Garage, plaintiff, vs.
F. P. Drako, dofondant.
To F, P. Drake, tho abovo named
dofondant: In tho Name of tho
Stato of Oregon you aro horoby ro
qulred to appear and answor tho com
plaint In tho above entitled action on
or beforo August 8th, 1918, that dato
bolng six weeks after tho first pub
lication of this summons, or for -want
thorcof tho plaintiff will tako judg
ment against you for 114.24 with In
terest thereon at 6 from Jan, 1st,
1918, and tho costs and disburse
ments of this action.
J. A. EASTES,
Justice of the Peace.
A. J. MOOIIE, 17-23p
Attorney for Plaintiff.
y POUND NOTICE.
Notlco is horoby given that the
city of Bond has taken up tho follow
ing described live stock, to-wlt:
Ono bay marc, about 7 years old,
brand II bar through top on left hip.
Ono black mare, about 4 years old,
brand Ilx left stifle. The cost of re
deeming said II vo stock will be $1 per
day in addition to tho actual cxponso
of keeping, together -with the cost of
this advertisement and all other
necessary expenses. In caso of fall
uro to redeem on tho part of owner,
said live stock will bo sold as pro
vided by tho charter of tho city of
Bond on July 27th, at 3:00 p. m at
tho city pound.
L. A. W. NIXON,
Chief of Police and ex-Offlcio
In tho Circuit Court of tho Stato of
Oregon, for tho County of De
Brooks- Scaialon Lumber
Lumber, Lath, Shingles,
Building Material, Kiln
Dried Flooring and all kinds ef Finish
SASH AND DOORS
COMPLETE STOCK of Standard Sac.
BROOKS-SCANLON LUMBER CO.
Local Sales Agent, MILLER LUMBER CO.
HUFFSCHM1DT-DUGAN IRON WORKS
Manufacturers of Iron, Bronze and Semi-Steel Casting for
Power Tranimisiion Machinery: Wood Pipe Fittings, Grate
Bars. Agricultural, Mining and Saw Mill Machinery. Ornament
al and Structural Iron. , WE ARE PREPARED TO RUSH
YOUR ORDERS ON REPLACEMENTS FOR BROK
EN CASTINGS ON ALL KINDS OF FARM MA
Business and Professional Cards
H. H. DcARMOND
O'Kane Building, Bend, Oregon
H. O. JCLLIS
United States Commissioner
First National Bank Building
W. W. FAULKNER, D. M. D.
Suite 6-8-10, O'Kane Building
Bend, ... Oregon
EYE SPECIALIST, of Portland
Watch Paper for Dates,
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T1IOUSON0 THE JEWELER
THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN
ADVERTISING DY THE
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BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES
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C. S. Hudson, plaintiff, vs. John W.
Ilakor, Alllo N. Baker, also known
as A. N. Baker; William Snoll,
Itcdmond Bank of Commorco, a
corporation: Goorgo W. Wlmor,
trustoo, and C. W. Ehret, O. N.
Ehrot and H. Ehret, co-partners
doing buslncsn under tho firm
name and stylo of Ehrot Bros., de
fendants. To C. W. Ehrot, C. N. Ehrot and
II. Ehrot, co-partners, doing business
under tho firm name and stylo of
Ehret Bros.: In tho Namo of tho
State of Oregon, you arc horoby ro
qulred to appear and answer the com
plaint filed against you In tho above
entitled suit, within six weeks after
tho dato of tho first publication of
this summons, to-wlt: On or boforo
tho 9th day of August, 1918, and it
you fall so to do, for want thoroof ,
the plaintiff will tako Judgment
against you and wilt apply to tho
court for tho relief demanded In tho
complaint herein, to-wlt:
For a decree that the plaintiff Is
the owner In fee simple of tho SW
of Soctlon Twenty (20), Township
Sixteen (16) South of Rango Elevoa
(11) East, W. M., Deschutes County.
Oregon, and that tho defendants barn
not, nor either of them, or any other
person, other than tho plaintiff, any
right, tlllo, estate, Interest In or ilea
or claim upon the said real property,
or any part thereof, and that plain
tiff's tltlo to said real property bo
silenced against said defendants and
each of them, or any persons claim
ing any Interest therein, and for suck
other relief as to the court may seem
meet and equitable.
Service of this summons Is mado
upon you by publication thereof la
the Bend Bulletin for six successive
weeks by virtue of an order mado by
T. E. J. Duffy, Judge of tho abovo en
titled court, on the Cth day of Jane,
1918. Date of the first publication,
June 27, 1918; laat publlcatloa
August 8, 1918.
17-23c VERNON A. FORBES,
Attorney for the Plaintiff.
Postofflco Address; Bend, Oregon.
J. E. ENGEBRETSO.V,
PLUMniXG AND I1EATINO
117 Minnesota Street,
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Jobbing Promptly Done.
Phone Black 1291
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