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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 24, 1920)
SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, UVM
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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k n a tart
$1.00 Sunday Special Dinner $1.00 '
Olymptn Oyster Cocktatl
Chicken Okra with Rtco
, ' ' Relishes
Jlisslon UIpo OHvcs Sour Gherkins
Krult with Whipped Cream
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)omesiic Science Qeparimcrct
Domestic Sciettc? Mfector
Spur? Vozr C
The Proof of the Pudding Is the Making Thereof
Your cholco of
Young Chicken Frlcnssee, Hex Stylo
Baked Sugar Cured Ham, Londonderry
Sifted Peas In Cream
Your cholco of
English P.lum Pudding, Cider Sauco
Hot .Mince Pie Rice Custard Pudding
J Cafe Nolr .
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HEAD STUFFED FROM
CATARRH OR A
Says Cream Applied in Nostrils X
Opens Air Passages Right Up.
Instant relief no waiting., our
Tho term pudding Includes many
varieties of sweet dishes. Rich pud
dings tiro unsuitable aftur n hearty
meal; fruit Is really thu best deasort.
J However, Jellies, custards, ' creams
nnil combinations of these with fruit
$,form a desirable wholesome dessert..
J whether tho pudding Is to bo served
J hot or cold It usunlly contains tho
snino foundation tugrodlcnts sugar,
X liquids, flavorings and n thickening
medium, which determines tho class
to which tho pudding belongs. For
Jellies and gelatlno desserts this!
thickening agent Is gelatine; for cus
ed puddings, containing mnuy eggs,
should bo baked In this manner, Thu
success of the finished product will
depend upon baking at ti low temper
ature and not too long, To test, In
sort n silver knife In tho center or
tho custard. If baked thu custard will
not tidhoro to the knife.
CutillliiK Result by
Cooking Too Long
For boiled custard, cook tho milk
and egg mixture In a double boiler,
stirring constantly until slightly
thickened or until' the custard coats
tho spoon. Strain at once through n
fine strnlnor. When cold add flavor-
I Ing. If custard cooks Just n moment
tnrds. eccs: for blnncmnneo. corn-
MH1N UN IKMININU starch or arrow-root is used; rice,
corn meal, tapioca, bread, cake or ,00 , ,t , ,,,., u m l)(J r().
fimtt nil tnfm n mnnna nt (htnVnninirl V
TUCSON'. Arit.. Jan. 24. Thoro , tho different varieties of puddings'.
are now i lormer serv.cu ...en ... rQr frozen ,,eMort8i tho ,co nm, 8alt
training at tho department of gov- UM n the freozlnB nrocess forms
ernment vocational work at the.,,, , ,i,ii,i
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clogged nostrils open right up; the, University of Arizona, and about 200 rllfc..lr,i- i, wimii..,
ache, dryness. No struggling for
breath at night; your cold or ca
Get a smill bottle of Ely's Cream
"Balm from your1 druggist now. Ap-
you can breathe freely. No more'"'", """ , " """-" !.'" "'" .inn i simple to rremro
hawking, snuffling, blowing, neau-i ";""' ' "' " "' , Custards, which nro the most popu-
coraing to me report oi troi. ,w. u. i,r Qt tho cold iniddlncs. ndmlt of
much variety nUd rare very whole
DaVrow;' in 'charge of the department.
The majority of 'them are getting
a vast amount of good out of the In
moved from the firo beforo It Is quite
cooked, as tho heat of tho boiler will
finish the cooking. If the custard
should curdlo Immediately, sot tho
upper patt of tho double boiler Into
n pan of cold water, and beat tho
custard with an egg beater until It Is
smooth, although It will not ha so
creamy as when properly cooked. For
. each CUti of milk used, n tpiiHiinnnYu'l
some and simple to prepare. Boiled ot .orn?tarch may bo added to Mio
custard Is really steamed over hot .-. ,,,,.,, ,ivib win. ti.n !,..
Ill eliminate tho danger
stnrd curdling, but tho re-
bo so delicto.
flamed or swollen mucous membrane, tj,em recovering sufficiently to re- richer custard than tho wholo egg, ...
or,ri roiir MmPo tnsinntlv. I - . i , .i. - . .....i . .. .i. niiincinnmro AumltM of ii
turn to tne ca6t for replacement: a '" numuci u. -i,63 i" ""'. - i. t i ' -
training that the government furn- "quid will vary nccordlng to how Milk or Fruit Juices
ilshed to all dlsubled service men. firm tho finished product Is desired. Jonkols aro a form of custards and
Many qf the men go to California1 hV lno l1131" eoneu or DaKea cus- ru tu.j- inexpensive, casuy uigcsieu
after completing their course. Prof ' lartl uso two pBS rir one egj? to each and whoVcsomo dessort. They nr(
narrow ' r"P of milk. If tho bnked custard Is.1 mado of Junket tablets. Milk Is hont-
, to be unmolded for servlhg It will baled till lukewarm, then the tublot
.l n H H 111 L11C I UKlUUli uuiicvv-i.t-iiAtinn n1t t.A. hnA.n. n.II...t.J ....... H M . ,. , I
tie. hedt'Sg cream in you. SPS"118-',,, ,h npw Pnn,iition. vt r th. ramr,i t .f..i ,... ., .rCKBS' wnica "
It penetrates through every air pa-." - - . " . "'! " " - - -. ... it, ,..jof tho cu
-" fuDte 'el tho-head, soothes tne in tire Improving in health, some dr'tneoen. ino yoiKs ot eggs mono n ,, ... ,
and relief comes instantly
It's Just fine. Don't stay stuffed
up with a .cold or nasty, catarrh.
Buy a bottle of Sloan's Liniment
and keep it handy for
A number of new
necessary to double this quantity oti sugar and flavoring are added, anil
epgs. Whether baked or boiled, thai tho mlxturo kept In a warm ptaco to
aM . uu " "'M3u S8n;e metnotl ot preparation Is used.l thlckon. The milk must not bo hot
have been formed to g ve the stu-, Th0 lnk 8hou,d bQ 8caWed n n' or the mlxturo will not congeal.
been Added to the list ot studies and
classes in mathematics and English
dents a more solid basis on which '
a" : sciatica, lambaco. sore muscles.
tiff joints, -neuralgia,, the pains and
ache resulting from exposure. . You'll
oon relieve if with 'Sloan's, -the'iini-
ent thatlenitfoteriMrnii"t;n ,,
T?'J8 year' Itadershio. .Clean.-ecoww
gcaL -Jhree,sj2et 35c,f J0(V. JiUiO.',
to build their present lines of training.
double boiler; eggs beaten slightly,
The government hospital, which ls
IF I only had some Sloan's Lini
ment!" How often you've said
that! ' And then when the rheu
matic twinge subsided. after hours
.ir f e JL . r-.- j-
".r"","kn..l:K, conjunction with the vocational de-
wfrtoi'jl'A'iudden attack? may come Partment at the university, and the
iwo units win make tne city a cen
ter lor uisamed ex-soldiers, and a
larger number of men can .be trained
in this way. Many of the slightly
disabled veterans have tome nere at
their -own expense in order to take
advantage of the government's
training and the climate of southern
' sugar and salt mrlded to eggs, then
1 mlv wall Pin.. ,. iq-.1oil mlllr pm.
dually over the egg mixture.
to be located at Tucson, will work In I Da.ed custards are p0Ure(1 )nt0
buttered custnrd cujis or baking dish
and placed In a pan of hot water,
having several folds of paper In tho
bottom. The water should always be
kept under the boiling point. All bak-
Want Ada. brine malts.
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WANTED AT ONCE
1000 Coyote, Skins
800 Mink Skins
We will pay the highest Cash Price for Furs.
Call or send them in-at once, either by Parcels
Post or Express, and send the bill with them.
Eagle Peel Room
Blancmange or cornstarch pudding
h very easily prepared and Is one of
the most popular cold desserts. Hith
er milk or fruit Juices mny bo used,
and eggs may bo added or not, ns
preferred. A plain blancmange, care
fully made, should bo Bmooth, deli
cate and thoroughly cooked. Half
cookedi starch la neither healthful
nor pleasant to taste,
How to Achieve Delkiou Puddings ' f
Note All measurements aro level I. dissolved, then add this mix tore to
ind, flour is sihed once befoie meas
uring. A half-pint m-usurlng cup is
Twoi'eggs or three yulks, one-third
cup sugar, one-eighth teaspoon salt,
two cups milk, .one teaspoon vanilla.
Scald milk, beat egg slightly, add
salt and sugar. Add hot milk gradn
ally, stirring constantly. Pour Into -a
double boiler, stir until' mixture ruals
the spoon. Steam, chill and tlcror.
Prepare the boiled custard, using
one egg and two yolks; chill. Mako
a meringue of the whites of two eggs
beaten until stiff,' adding four table
spoons ot sugar and a halfteaspoon
baked custard. Serve with a cartnel
Two cups milk, foirr tablespoons
the beaten eggs and proceed ns for
cornstarch, one-half cup sugar, one
eighth teaspoon salt, one-third cup
i Cold milk, one teaspoon vanilla. Scald
the milk In a double-holler. Mix the
I dry ingredients, and add the cold
(milk, mixing to a paste. SMr Into the
hot milk and cook about fifteen min
utes, stirring often. Pour out and
serve with pream or crushed fruits or
a pudding sauce.
Melt one square of unsweetened
chocolate over hot water, then add to
of vanllU flavoring. Drop by spoon- thJ not' m,,fc proceed as for naked
tuis on boning water ana cook geni- custard
lly for three minutes. Place on top of
the custard, and when cold' place a
X spoonful of currant Jelly ln the cen-
ter of each meringue.
Prepare a boiled custard and set
aside to chill. Line a serving dish
with thin slices of stale cako or lady
One cup grated pineapple, ono cup
"hot water, one-third cup sugar, four
.tablespoons cornstarch, onc-thlrrt cup
ciId water, two egg whites. Pour tho
hot water over tho pineapple and
place in double-bollor to cook. Mix
dry Ingredients, add tho cold water
Who are the men and women that
become masters over great things?
They aro those who first of all becomt
mnsters.over little things.
Dollar bills and silver dimes are only1
little things, so little that they often
trickle away in every direction and
yet they have formed the solid fount
dation for many a comfortable income
through the following slogan :
"DON'T WASTE! SAVE!"
Start a Savings Account today.
; First State &
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
NKW YOIIK, Jan. 24.
In the County court of tho stato ot
Oivgon for Klumuth County.
In 'tho Matter of tho IHtatu of Kllzo.
both M. Onlurntfnu, Doceanoil. '
N'ollco Is hurnby tclvon that tho
Agents of I Undersigned, art oxocutrlx of (lie ch-
..... ii..i in..iain.iv rnmn.!!.... in.ltnto of Kllznliotli M. (Inlnruonu. do
.... .... .i i.i. i... ceased, has filed with tho County
veatlgutlng Mdltlous activities hao,Co(rt ,,, Ul(J Stato of Oregon, for
discovered that Young Peoples' So- Knmnth County, hor Klnul Account
clnllst Leagues to touch Communism Tif tho administration of said estnto.
hnvo been formed in ull tho Import
ant cities of Now York State, says
Deputy Attorney ficnernl Horgor.. In
Rochester and some up ntnto centers,
he declared. Junior Leagues havo
been organized to sow tho Communist
seod among children.
"Tho commltteo's Investigators
hnvo discovered In Rochester and
some other Importnnt centers up
state thnt tho Young Peoples' Social.
1st League, an off-shoot of tho Social'
1st party ot America and commonly
called 'Ypsols,' has alllgned Itsejt
with tho Communists and Is devoting
Its time nnd attention to spreading
tho principles ot Communism," Mr,
'Tho Investigators havo dlscoercd
that the 'Ypsels' havo formed Junior
leagues of girls and boys between 12
and 1G, to teach them the principles
of Communism. There Is evidence to
Indicate that n large part of this In
structlon Ib given In schools conduct
ed on Sundays, some of which aro
called 'Sunday Schools.'
"Those whoie memory extends
back further than a day will recall
thnt during the wnr tho 'Yp.iols' were
quite proliflc-ln teaching nnd enemy
aging young men to beromo 'Con
sclcntlous Objoctors.' Tho leagues are
all over the state, In all the Import
IiKASIO OK -KIHIC HAW MILL.
See . .
THE NEW FAIRBANKS-MORSE BOSCH
MAGNETO EQUIPPED ENGINE
and the '
CARLSON PUMP JACKS AND WINDMILLS
LORENZ PLUMBING SHOP
123 Sixth Street
It will save youTime, Money, and Patience
fingers. Pour the boiled custard over mlxlngto a pasto, then ndd to boiling
the cako and serve very cold. Sliced liquid nnd cool about fifteen mln
bananas or peaches may be used in utes, stirring frequently. Heat tho
combination with the cake. A gam-, oggs until very stiff, then slowly pour
ish of whipped cream may be added. 'the cooked mlxturo ovor them, boat
Unkcd Custard I ing with an egg beater. Turn Into a
Two eggs or four yolks, ono-third! t mold to chill. Serve with a cus-
cup sugar, one-eighth teaspoon salt,
two cups milk, one teaspoon vanilla?
nutmeg. Scald milk; beat eggs slight
ly and add salt and sugar. Pour hot
milk grndually over the egg mixture
and add vanllia. Pour into buttered
tard sauce mado from the egg yolk
Iticf Uavarinn Crenin
Wash one-quarter cup of rice, cook
ten mlnute3 .in two cups of boiling
water; drain, add ono and one-half
cups of milk and cook until tho rice
r-i ,.-, nvn ..lanA1-BWmVJ..... .jwu-.-Lnjoi.-i .-.---.. .'
custard cups, add nutmeg and set inli tender. There should bo about ono
a. pan of hot water to bake. and ono-half cups or tno cookod rice.
Curniel Sauce. 1 1'0 ht rfco add ono-hnlf cup of seod-
One-half cup of sugar, one-half , less raisins; soften one tablespoon of
tpaspoon vanilla, one-half cup hot granulated gelatine in ono-quarterJ
I pay the best prices for all kinds of "second
hand goods in town, also the cheapest place to buy
- ask those that trade here. I can save you money
on Shelf Hardware, Granite Ware, Tubs, Boilers,
Rope, Mattresses, Suit Cases, Window Glass.
Give me a calL
, , 906 Main,Street.
water. Melt sugar until a goicien
brown; add water and cook until su
gar Is dissolved. Serve cold.
Melt the sugar, stirring constantly
until It la a deep brown .Then pour
the hot milk over it and cook until
cup ot cold water, then dissolve In
one-half cup ot hot milk; add to rice
also one-halt cup of. sugar and one"
teaspoon of vanilla. Stir until mix
ture begins to thicken, then fold in
ope cup of whipped cream and turn
Into a mold to chill.
, Up to twelvo o'clock noon, Janu
ary 31, 1920. sealer bids will bo re
ceived addre&sed outsldo to tho sup
erintendent, Klamath Agency, Ore
gon, for tho lease of the Kirk Saw
.Mill. Kadi bid must bo accompanied
by certified check for, ono thousand
dollars C$1000) returnable! to tin
8ucccssfurbldders and shall stato tho
stumpngo to bo pqld which mifst not
bo less than 13. GO por M, tho Mill
rontnl which shall not bo less than
$1.25 per M nnd tho prices nt which
lumber will bo sawed and planed for
Government uso. The right Is reserv
ed to reject any of nil bids. Proposals
will bo mnrte on blank forms of lonso
furnished on roquest from tho Klam
ath Agency, Oregon. ,
WALTER O. WEST.
ind that the said court Iiiih fixed Sat
urday, tho Hth day of Kebrunry.
1020, at 10 o'clock a. m. ax the time,
and tho County Court Room In tho
court houso nt Klamath Falls, Oro
70:1. as tho placo for hearing objec
tions. If nny, to snld account and tho
Dated Jan. 17. 1920. 4
. 3LLKN J, ItKRfilHY
i Kxccutrlx of the ostato of Kllza-
,oMi m (lalarneau, Deceased.
fcotflt wan ye wait., Can
cote 4iitMiitn.ii i:t,i r
tH o ..-, ? v ior nt '
MIXKP WITH SULPHUR IT
DAHKK.NS SO NATURALLY N(
IIOIIY CAN TELL
The old-timo mixture of Sage Tea
and Sulphur for darkening gray,
rtreaked and faded hair Is grand
mothers recipe, nnd folks aro again
using It to Keep their hair a good,
even color, which is quite sonslble,
hh wo are living In an age when a
youthful nppoaranco Is of the great
.'owndas, though, wo don't havo
the troublesome task of .gathering the
age nnd the mussy mixing nt homo.
All drug stores sell tho roady-to-use
product, Improved by the addition ot
Hher Ingredients, called "Wyeth's
age and Sulphur Compound" for
about CO cents a bottlo. It Is 'vory
nopular becauso nobody can dlscovor
t has been applied, Simply moisten
vour comb or n soft brush with It nnd
lraw this through your hair, takln
' no smnll strand nt a time: tfy morn
ng tho gray hnlr disappears, but
vbat delights tho ladles with Wyotu'a
?nge nnd Sulphur Compound, Is that.
'lesldes beautifully dnrkonlng the hair
after a few applications, it also pro
duces thnt soft lustre and appoarance
of nbundanco which Is so. attractive.
Jack Bratton, the, welterweight
champion, Is anxious for afnothdr
match with Benny Leonard. And as
Benny is JUst ab anxious to add to his
collection of kale no 'doubt Jack will
'According to a very old supersti
tion the finding of a spider on the
wedding gown by tho bride Is Coni
sidered a smre token of happiness to
Kotfcq la hereby, giyon that the
undersigned will sell at public .auc
tion to the highest bidder for cash 'In
hand, on Saturday, February 7, 1020,
at 2:301 o'clock p, m. rt O. K. Livery
Barn, SJxth street, Klamath J'aILs,
Oregon, one black Jack, aged about
eight years, weight about one thous
and pounds,' to, satisfy my Hen for
the board and caro of said animal,
from November 1, 1919, at the rate
of $15 per month.
Dated: January 17, 1920,
17-24-31 M, J. NYHART.
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Diseases of Women a Specialty.