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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 7, 1920)
SATURDAY, KKURUAUY 7, 1020,
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Now on at the Biehn
Formerly the Ford Garage.
to choose from;
must go. No credit.
'.ft . 3
c-uiofully mill hnvo nil tho Ingredients
ready (or use, nnd If using tho oven,
adjust before putting thu recipe to-
Henrietta Woltors, born at Am
sterdam in 1692, was one otthfi. fijst
women to attain eminence as a pain
ter. Peter the Great sat to her lor
his portrait, and was desirous to
secure her services, but she refused
to leave her own country.
YANK DANCES HOME
Siam has a city composed exclu- ujs HIGHNESS TAKES
sively of women, wnero tne manu
facture of silk and cotton stockings
is carried on. The husbands of tho
but are obliged to
not permuted to enter, "Robber
live outsme tne
LONDON', Jan. 21. (Ry Mall).
or "Paul Jones' dances are.
being Introduced in somo West En'
nlltlia nn1 ilnnfitnr tiralla ntnitsv ttm
Prlnr of Wnln rt..,nn.l from ,ho very slowly to another egg jotk.
I TjoiRCSuc VjCience Department
&oinneie JVAvct reetor
.TtiArt'K Y.iitn V ' H
Successful Cookery Demands Careful, Measuring of
Ingredients "" '" """ -
Jjiwl of t'o falluroa In cooking can, lug Instantly Into u cold bowl iiml
bo tinrod to careless measuring, full Ihmiihik with nil egg hunt or until
uro to follow tho roclpo orcurntulyj smooth. .
lack of mixing properly or failure to Fiult enko Is light In color whun
observe tho pioppr hoiit. Tho teclpot lniKid too rnpldly
in cook books nnd lioiisp'mld mngu-, Mnn mlstrkcs nro duo ( lnek of
ainoH hnvo boon written nceiiratoly by forcthmiKht, If tislng u roclpo, roid
experts, uftor thoy huvo been tested
nnd those formulas should ho follow
ed exactly. MensuriMiunitH are always
level unless otherwise staled, nnd a'getbur.
standard hnlf-plut measuring cup Is I .V Simple Menu
Tho ordinary household cup Is not
satisfactory, as it seldom holds a halt-
pint. If mixing a flour mixture, the
baking powder, salt, etc., will bo out
of proportion to tho other Ingredients
nnd tho shape of tho averngo house
hold cup does not make It possible
accurately to measure n half-cup or
fraction of a cup.
Cureless Mi-tourlng of
Salt Has I'n-Jnory I'ffoct
Careless measuring of salt will ren
der n dish most unpleasant In flavor
If not entirely useless. Too much bak
ing powder will cause n cake to bo
dry and coarse In toxture. Observa
tion and my own experience ns n
teacher have shown mo that tho av
erago housowlfo does not measure In-
gredlonts carefully, nnd to measure
accurately Is one of tho first steps to
Divided recipes fall whon not care
Whon boiled moat is tough and dry
It has been cooked too rnpldly. It
should bo kept under tho boiling
point If it is to be tender nnd Juicy.
If meat hns n rather strong, un
pleasant flnvor it has not been skim
med of tho fat or suet.
When strong flavored vogetubles,
such ns cabbngo, cauliflower or on
lons. loso their color, nro rather
strong In flnvor and throw off an un
pleasant odcr while cooking, tho ve
getable has not been put to cook In
boiling water, nnd tho kcttlo In which
It was cooked has been coverod.
Lnlfonn Temporal uro
llciullod for Mnyoiiniilso
MayonnaUo dressing separates If
tho oil Is added too nuickly or If all
the ingredients nro not of tho same
temporuturo. A teaspoon of vlnegnr
or lemon Julco added to tho egg yolk
before nny of tho oil is added will aid
in keeping the dressing smooth. If
tho dressing should curdlo, add It
720 Main St.
THE NEW FAIRBANKS-MORSE BOSCH
MAGNETO EQUIPPED ENGINE
CARLSON PUMP JACKS AND WINDMILLS
LORENZ PLUMBING SHOP
123 Sixth Street
It will save you Time, Money, and Patience
tt,,-i r... 1 t. .,-!
iiuuuu oiuics wnere ue gavo misi
I form of dance royal approval by
I waltzing, one-stepping and fox-trott-
ing with no less than fifty partners at
' one ball.
As the namo indicates, in "robber"
j dances, male members of tho party
! who happen to bo without partners
are privileged to ''out in" on nny
of tho moro fortunato men who have
In England it has been the custom
for dancers to have not moro than
three or four partners during an ev
ening and moro frequently only one.
Hut Londoners aro trying out tho
American idea and seem to Ilka it.
Aro you enumerated?
Ilest yet Tforald Wnnt Ads.
Having sold a part of my place and having more
equipment than I need, I will sell at Public Auction at
THE LIVERY BARN, MERRILL, ORE.
t The following described property, to-wit:
10 good Work Horses, 6 sets of Heavy Work Har-
ness, 14-Disc Superior Drill, 3-Gang John Deer Plow,
t 3-Gang Sanderson Plow, 2-Gang Plow, 6-Gang
Stockton Plow, Deering Header, Champion Header,
Potato Planter, 4 pair Stretchers, 4 Log Chains,
t 3-inch nearly new Bain Wagon, 3Vi-inch Ruther
'4 ford Wagon, 2 good Farm Wagons, 18-inch Disc
Superior Drill, and many articles too numerous to
Terms of Sale Sums of $20.00 and under cash.
Sums over $20.00 nine months time at 8 per cent
interest with bankable note. Five per cent discount
for cash on all sums over $20.00.
Sale Begins at I o'clock Sharp
I E. L. HOPKINS, Owner $
& C. G. Merrill and H. C. Moore, Auctioneers I
t'Si: GHAXDMAVS SAGE TKA
Kl'MIIL'Il JtKCM'i: AM)
IIODV WILL KXOW
Tho use of Sago and Sulphur for
restoring faded, gray hnir to its nat
ural color dates back to grandmoth
er's Omo. She used it to keep her
hair beautifully dark, glossy and at
tractive. Whenever hor hair took on
that dull, faded or streaked appear-
piled with wonderful effect.
anco, this simple mlxturo was ap
But brewing at home is mussy and
out-of-date. Nowadays, by asking at
any drug store for a GO cent bottle of
"Wyeth's Sage nnd Sulphur Com
pound," you will get this famous old
preparation, Improved by tho addi
tion of other Ingredients, which can
be depended upon to restoro natural
color and beauty to tho hair.
A well known downtown druggist
says It darkens the hair so natural
ly and evenly that nobody can tell it
has been applied. You simply damp
en a npongo or soft brush with It,
and dr-w this through your hair, tak
ing o( etrand at a time. Dy morn
ing tho fr.iy hair disappears, and af
ter anolbtr implication or two, It be
comes beautifully dark and glossy.
Fried foods, as croquettes, fritters,
; doughnuts, etc., nro greasy If tno tat
is not sufficiently heated. The heat of
the fat should bo tested before any
food Is fried and this should bo re
peated each time food is added, for
tho fut usually cools from tho previ
Sauces and gravies liavo a layor of
fat on top when moro fat Is used than
flour. The fut and flour should bo In
Oinolcts are tough whon cooked nt
too high a heat, or cooked too rapid
ly. Dumplings aro heavy when tho cov
er of tho kottlo is not tight, nllowlng
steam to escape, when tho liquid is
not constantly boiling, nnd when thoy
hnvo had tho cover removed to watch
tho process of cooking. Thoy should
not bo uncovered for twelvo minutes,
when thoy should bo cooked.
CiiUo Ingredients Should
lio .'Mixed Thoroughly .
Angels' food nnd sunshlno cako aro
coarso in texturo nnd dry if not caro
fullv and thoroughly mixed. Tlicso
cakes tako n slow ovon.
linking powder biscuits, muffins
and nil quick breakfast breads tako
a hot oven or they will not lie light.
When popovers and eream puff3
fall thoy have not been hnkod suffi
ciently. Cakes that rlso In tho center and
crack havo been baked too rapidly or
contain too much flour.
Cakes that aro soggy In tho center
havo not been thoroughly baked. Tho
centor Is tho last part to bako, nnd bo
foro, romovlng from tho ovon touch
tho centor lightly. If tho finger makes
an imprint, tho cako Is not baked suf
ficiently, If it springs back, It Is dono.
To prevent milk from soparatlnr
whon addod to tomato soup, poat tho
milk In a separate saucepan, add tho
thickening, cook until croamy and
comblno mixtures. Servo at once. A
quarter of a teaspoon of baking soda
added to a pint of tomatoes before
adding milk will also prevent tho
Custui'ds Curdlo When
Cooked Too Tiong,
Dolled or baked custards that cur
dlo havo been cooked too long or too
quickly. A bollod custard that has
I separated may be remedied by pour-
Note All munsuromonts are lovel.
Flour sifted once huforo mensurliiK.
A hult-plnt measuring cup Is need.
Oiitmout Tomato Soup.
One quait of tomatoes, one rup
rolled onts, four cups hulling wntor,
ono-hulf chnppod onion, one teaspoon
solt, one-halt teaspoon poppor.
Put alt Ingredients togothor In a
soup kottlo and cook ono hour. Strain
add u little chopped pnrsley, nnd
more .seasoning If necessary, and ono
teaspoon of butter. Serve with snlted
Two pounds of fish, ono tonppoon
salt, two teaspoons vlnegnr, boiling
Wine fish with n damp cloth, tic In
cheoaecloth and cover with boiling
wrter to which suit and vlnpnr hrivo
been added. Allow to boll nboitt fit
toon miuuton to tho no-iiul. Whon
cooked remove rhoovocloHi nnd plnco
rn a warm platter, surnmndml with
nn egg sauce.
Two tablespoons hut tor or substit
ute, two tablespoons fliui, one cup
milk, one-half teaspoon salt, one
eighth teaspoon poppor, ono hard
boiled egg, ono teaspoon lemon Juice
Pour over fish and sprinkle with
chopped hnrd boiled egg. Minced
parsley may also bo nddod.
Cooked left-over coreal, profornbly
corn meal, cooled and sliced. Dip each
pleco In flour and saute In hot fnt un
til brown. Serve In plnco of potatoes
Two cups flour, four teaspoons of
baking powdor, one-half teaspoon
salt, two tablespoons of shortening,
throc-qunrtcrs cup of milk or halt
milk and water.
Rift dry Ingredients, rub In short
ening, add liquid gradually, mixing
with n knlfo. Turn nn ti slightly flour
ed board, roll to ono Inch In thlck
noss, cut with a biscuit, cutter, plnco
In a baking pan, brush wltti melted
shortening nnd bake In n hot ovon.
One egg woll bonten, ono cup sug
nr, one-half cup molnsses, ono hnlf
cup milk,, ono third cup molted short
ening, two cups flour, two tenspoons
glngor, ono teaspoon cinnamon, ono
teaspoon salt, ono teaspoon soda.
Sift dry Ingredients. Heat egg, add
sugar, molasses and milk and ndd
gradually dry mntorlnls; mix woll,
ndd molted shortening and pour Into
a woll-groased baking pan and bnko
In a moderate ovon. Whon cooked
plnco about eight mnrshmullows on
top of tho gingerbread; return to the
ovon until melted.
Jnrlc Monroiv, Prop,
C"liirn, Tolinron, Soft ItrlnM
Peel mid HHIIanN
Durbar Shop In oCimoctlou
"Courti'oy and Sortlco"
announces that he has
moved his oillces to those
formerly occupied by Dr.
Schlcef, rooms 1 and 2,
White Building. Tho
phono numbers nro as
Let Your GLASS troubles
C. E. STUCKEY
Re-Glazing and Cabinet
Eleventh and Pine
Bill MAI.V STIlKirr
Most Up-to-Dato llltllurcl Parlor
In tho City
ClfiAUKTTK.S nnd TOH.U.VOS
Cnurtoty mid Hon Ire our Motto
Klamath Lodge No. 137
I. O. O. F.
Moots Friday night of each wook nt
I. O. O. F. hnll, Cth and Main streets.
Hyman U'oschlor, N. .; V C. Wells,
Secretary; W. 1). Cofer, Treasurer.
Ewauna Encampment No. 46, I. O
O. F., moots Tuesday night of each
weuk at I. O. O. F. hnll. W. II. North,
C P.; W. D. Cofor, Scribe; Fred
HONOLULU, T. II , Jan. 25. (Hy
Mall) Tho foreign language schools
of tho torrltory of Hawaii "consti
tute tho most' poworful single factor
oporatlng ngalnst effoctlvo work In
tho public schools, and thoy should
bo abolished, tho roport of tho ter
ritorial grand Jury, Just published,
Promlnont educators In tho terri
tory, including Vaughnn Mac-
Caughey, superintendent of public
instruction, tcstlflod beforo tho grand
Jury and on their testimony, It wns
announced, tho recommondntion
against tho forolgn languago schools
Tho forolgn laangungo schools in
tho islands includo 160 Jnpanoso in
stitutions, tho majority of which aro
undor tho direction of Buddhist
priests, 20 Chinoso and ono Korean.
Tho public schools of tho torrltory
Tho grand Jury's roport said:
"Tho supervising principals, prin
cipals and hundreds of teachers in
our public schools havo mado re
ports concerning the offocts of tho
Iprolgn languago schools, and tho
verdict is practically unanimous that
theso schools aro a detrimont and a
ANVWIIKItE IX TUB CITS'
J. H. Garrett & Son
522-538 S. Sixth St
When at last Spring
arrives, you will wish
that you had fixed your
car sooner; so we are
suggesting that you
bring it in to us to-day
and let our expert me
chanics start to work on
it. We havo a modern
and complete repair
shop and can assure you
of service and depend
Camoos are made in soveral parts
of Italy, but tho camoos cut In Naplos
porhaps onjoy tho highest reputa
tion. A Chicago woman has won a suit
for so para to raalntonanco on tho
ground that her husband limited hor
pin-money to ono dollar a wook, in
ordor that he might save to buy a
handsomq monument for his' first