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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1020.
jjomestic Science Department
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Marble & Granite Works
1040 MAIN ST.
"u7 ituciccf hy
Loomla Uldg., HJunmin Fall
Domestic Science Micctor
J terry Flour Co.
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let Us Be
Your partner has a knowledge o your
business and you look to him for advice and
counsel on important matters. You are en-
uueu 10 an tne Help he can give you.
Do you cct a partner's help on youn printed -,
matter? Do you get the most fionilliespecihjV
lzed knowledge which we have regarding.'
printing and paper, and above all (he service
which a combination of Hie two can rehd?;..
Our job department lias every modern equip
ment for doing work on rush orders. For
letterheads, billheads, and all kinds of forms,
we carry in stock, recommend and use -
The Jtilily "Business Taper
LetUs Serve You asaPaxstner
W. O. SMITH PRINTING CO?
Phone 93 1 19 South Fourth St.
A Practical Dictionary for the Everyday Kitchen
Tin flint essential to uniform re- Rule Applies lo
suits In cookery Ih tlio knowledge of Nmffles mid Omelet
"J g. - t,u' I"'0!'"'" methods to use and accur-1 This rule also mipllcR to souffles,
Jk CJ ILJL X. Incy "f "u:aii,":""wnlH- Materials urn prune whip mid puffy omelets. Hut
' Ki.-iir4u iu uru vutviunsiy, uiiu unices extreme iigntness Ik desired,
no miilter how good tlio Ingredients,' eggs do not need to bo beaten scpar
If not .properly put together tlio fln-'ittely for muffin or waffle batters. By
lulled product will not be a success. If folding and cutting, eggs are added
llio housewife doVs not understand' carefully to tlio mixture, tlio batter
measurements and tlio meaning of f being turned over the beaten eggs un
the varloiiH terms used In cookery, til all have been folded In. If the eggs
she will not bo ablo to combine mater- aro stirred or beaten Into tlio mlx-
It'U.so tlicy will produce satisfactory, ture, tlio result will not be spongy
results. All cook books and tested ro-jaiid light. This method seems to bo
vipcs can ior measuring cups and lev- ono of the least understood.
el measurements, und floud Is sifted Kneading Is applied to the manner
onco .before measuring. This will in- in which stiff doughs are handled.
sure uniform results, providing that This term usually refers to yeast
oven heat and methods aro correct. ! mixture. After the Ingredients have
A Mnndnrd measuring cup holds been mixed, the dough Is turned out
Just one-half pint of liquid or half a on the molding hoard and kneaded.
pound of butter or sugar, or one- This Is accomplished by slightly
Jourth pound of flour. AHevolcupof flouring the hoard and hands, then"
any material Is all tho cup will hold, one-half the dough is folded over the
Fats should be packed solid or weigh- other half, pressing down with the
er. Tlio cups are marked to Indicate,, ball of the hand.
linlei. fourths, and thirds. ttnch kit- linking Ponder Dough
men equipment should Include at Tho dough Is turned constantly
least two of-thoso cups.
1122 Main tit.
O. K. Lunch
Formerly at 45 Main St.
Home-Made Pies and Cake.
Cold Meat A Lunch Good.
Ice Cream and Krnits.
C. A. IIAMBO
O. O. F. Bnlldlnfj
we handle tho Harlcv-Davidson
Motorcycles and Bicycles Exclus
ively. Also buy, sell and exchange
all othor Makes. Pennsylvania
ana uiamona Tires and Tubes.
C. E. BISMARK
11B S. Oth St. Klamath Falls
Nqw Open for
Mr. Rosa McDanlels,
301 High St Phone 455
sr i .. K
I lovtettd tht Tiri
Sol Idta C. 8.
Paltnl Wo. 10TIMO,
Hfftembtr , lilt.
Bring us an old,
worn tire like
we'll cover it
with a Sturges
Tire Sole made
of new, live rub-.
Der, wiu aeavyi
and you'll have
the equal of a
new tire, which
looks like this,
Sturgct Tift Sole re
duce your Ut expense
ont half. W apolj
KLAMATH RUBBER A
iioa iri. a. .
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LONDON. Jan 2:1 (lly Jinll)
'Twenty-four convictions obtained ho-
fore thu 1,900 nntl-proflteerlng trib
unals hot up throughout Knglnml
I have cost moio than 1,000 pounds
each, Itwns declared by Cnptuin
Wedgwood llenii In the House of
Commons during discussion ofi pro-
i pomiI to extend tlm I'rnflteorlng Act
for nnothor period of six months.
I Captain llenn summarized tho re
j suits of tho act, during lis firsj six
months of life, by stating:
"Nineteen hundred committee?
I tinVA Imnn 11 ttitlnffn.l 1 Oil mhhm
havii' been heard ono case per com cem
mittee: twenty-four convictions hare
been obtalnod; 25,000 pounds has
been spent. And the cost of living ban
Supporters of the hill argued that
bIx months hnd not given tbo admin
istrators of tht) law fAlr, opportunity
of demonstrating ilts worth,
Tho proposed extension of six
months was voted.
Oiitnliiwl in Sets
We open store every Tuesday and
Friday from 10:00 a. m. to 4:00 p.m.
Many are tne good things we can
show. A dollar saved is a dollar earn
ed. In buying good times chean as
you may learn, you will never bo in
debt and have to skip if you buy your
LUCKY DICK & CO.
dough is brought uppermost to fold 201 Klamath Ave. Corner of Cth St.
over eacn time. Tins process Is con-1
tinned until tho dough Is smooth and
( Office Phono 177VV lies 177H
Dr. H. D. Lloyd Stewart
Physician and Surgeon
Klamath Falls Oregon
'and in this manner a new portion of J
Measuring spoons come In sets con-i elistlc. Ilaklng powder or soda rals-l
tninlng tnblespoons, half tablespoon, ed doughs should be kneaded ery
teaspoon, half and quarter teaspoons, lightly If at all, otherwise they will
The standard tablespoon or teaspoon 'not bo light.
may be used, but bo hure measure-! Hulling is quite different from all
mer.ts are level. j other processes, and Is used In mak-
The term mixing Is a general one.lng pies, biscuits, cookies, dough
and may mean Stirling, beating, : nuts, rolls, tarts, etc, Pastry should
kneading, or folding and cutting, nc-rbo rolled and handled quickly, and
cording to the dish under preparation , should always he rolled In one dlrec
and tho quality and texture of thetion and tho rolling done as lightly
materials to be used. Stirring is the ins possible.
inoit general method used. Liquids
are stirred while cooking, thin bat
ters, such as pancakes, are mixed by
Eggs and crumbs are used for cro
quettes, fish and other foods cooked
in deep fat. The food to be fried is
IIVIIKR PIKlin Itt"
SEATTLE, Wash., Fjb. 14.
Hyder, Alasku, center of the Stewart
Itiver mining properties, will become
,'a tont city rivaling Nomo-and other
I. " ' . " '. . ..-
, luinous -siriKO" towns, it tho ex'
peeled spring influx of prospectors is
J realized, nccordlng to JajpsWJ tys.-
Donald, pioneer of tho Klondyjco,
who was in Senttlo recently.
"Tho world is going to see an
1 other tent city in tho spring," Mr.
McDonald said. "Hydcr's future Is
assured, and there is every Indica
tion that when the snow goes off
thousnands cf people will flock to
tho llttlo town."
Most of the newcomers will bo dis
appointed, Mr. McDonald asserted.
Hundreds of thorn are Ubed only to
placer mining, whllo tho Stewart
Itiver properties aro all hard rock.
Tho district will not bo fully de
veloped for llvo years, ho said.
stlrlng with a spoon. Cereals, Jams. first dipped in fine bread or cracker
snuces, etc., are all mixed by stirring.1 crumbs, then in eggs, and in the
. . ...
crumus a second time. The egg
should be" slightly beaten and one
tablespoon of cold water added: or
the egg white slightly beaten hiay be
Heating Method t'hed
For I.lt;lit-ninj; Kjtk
Heating Is the method used to llbt-
en eggs, mix cakes, whipping cream, used Instead of the whole egg,
etc. Heating, may be done with a ro- Molding Required
lury, egg-oenier, lorn, egg wmp or
Let your Glass Troubles be My
Reglazing done in any part
of the city
E. C STUCK?.
Carpenter & Cabinetmaker
Phone 477W ' 1024 Main.,
DR. F. R. GODDARD
Osteopathic Physician and
Office and Residencei
I. O. O. F. Temple
E. D. LAMB
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON1
Rooms 4 and 5
1711 Rwnnoon Bldg.
(Over Gun Store)
Physician and Surgeon
Office, White Bldg.
perforated wooden spoon. It using an
egjfwhip, fork or wooden spoon, the
mixture Is beaten to Incloso a quan
tity of air. When using a rotary egg
beater the' ingredients are well mix
ed and light, but not nearly so much
air Is beaten into the mixture as when
uhing the egg whip.
Folding and cutting are usually ap
plied to the manner in which eggs are
added to cake, muffin or waffle bat
ters, souffles or putty. - omelets.
Sponge cakes, madg without baking
powder depend upon the 'air beaten
Into the egg whites for lightness and
texture, the air beaten into the eggs
expanding with the heat of the oven,
J. C. CLEGHORN
Civil Engineer and Surveyor
Office 617 Main St.
Phenes: Office 160, Res. 1923
For Of ratine Dessert
Molding la used.for charlotte russe, )y''wvw
blancmange and gelatine desserts
Foodi is poured into a wet mold or
form, chilled and then turned, Into
the serving dish. The form shoqld
stand perfectly level during the. chill
ing, and when ready to untnold ran a
sharp knife or spatula around the
edge, of the form, turn .over on a flat
serving dish, shake the mold, or tap
lightly, on the bottom. When the pud
ding should unmold. The form should
always be thoroughly wet and cold
when the mixture is poured into it.
Dipping the mold, in warm water for
a second 1b another method of un-molding.
Try These Tested Recipes
Bell potatoes without paring; then
remove sums ana cut in cubes or
ttllPOa' mflVo CI P.IIaIi J.nDnlnn nAA
four eggs until light; add one-quarter T"""' " , , " """ "". "-
jing ope tablespoon onion Juice; pour
over potatoes nnd let stand an hour
or more; when ready to serve arrange
on lettuce leaves with a teaspoon of
This is a good luncheon dish: Heat
O. K. FEED & SALE
Under new manage
ment Best care taken of all
'stock ' placed in our
barn. Horses, harness
and wagons bought,
sold and exchanged.
MEDICINE AND 8UBGEKT
206 I. O. O. F. Bids.
I DEVELOPMENT I
thick mayonnaise on top. Sprinkle the
mayonnaise with capers or finely
chopped hard-boiled eggs.
Wipe cutlets with a damp cloth,
sprinkle with salt and pepper, dip in
flour, eggs and crumbs. Melt fat and
fry slowly until brown. Then pour
0 part of Oregon hns such possibilities of dovolopmont
as tho Klamath Country. Wo huvu tho natural re
sources, and tho energy to creuto tho artificial ones.
It but remains to bo far-vlslonod and broad-minded.
Where theru'B tho Will wo can supply tho Way to accom
plish greater upbuilding.
While Inokiiift Into the future, the Flrxt Nntlojiul
Hank Is not by any menus neKlwtiiiK tho needs of
K. R, Ileanics, President
John M. Moore, Vicc-Prcsidcni
A. M. Collier, Vice-President
Leslie Hogcts, Cashier
10. H. Watch, .Ust. Cashier
Lloyd Ij. Portfi, Ast. Cutliiur
57?,? First National Bank
tenspoon snlt, a little paprika, four
tablespoons milk; melt two table
spoons butter, pour in egg mixture,
stirring constantly. Just hefoie tnk-
Ing from tho fire add one-third cup
grated cheese. Servo on toast.
a In Italieiino
Ono and one-hnlf cups macaroni
broken In one-Inch pieces; cook un
til tender in four cups boiling salted; over them ono and one-half cups of
water; then dniln and rinso In cold ' stock or hot water. Place over a very
water; make a sauce of two table- low fire and simmer gently until ten
spoons butter, two tablespoons flour,! der. Thicken nnd season the stock for
one-uau teaspoon sau, a uiiio pop-, a snuco to sorvo with the cutlets,
per, ono cup of stock or ono cup hot HuKed Prunes
wator nnd a bouillon cube, one-half
cup tomato snuco; molt the butter,
add flour, cook until smooth, then
add stock nnd tomato; cook until
thick; add macaroni and one-third
cup grnted cheese. Lift macaroni with
a fork nnd spoon, mix in the cheese
thoroughly; ono-quartor cup soaked
dried mushrooms may bo added to
Dr. E. & Wisec&rver
Dr. P. M. Noel
Seventh and Main Streets
DR. G. A. MASSEY
Successor to Jfer. Tnuz
stit ao; i. o. 6. v. BMg
Office phone MJ
Res Phone MM
Phenes: 151 J Office'.
Residence 1O0O Main
SAW MILIi ENGINEERING si
Designers 'and tmllders of mod-'
era Saw MlUe; Planing iMUls, Box
Plants. Complete plants contract
ed. Appraisals- andrenorts made.
Dredging. We contract to bnlld
any class' of a building 'and Install
machinery of any kind.
Drafting of any kind done. Bine
Prints made. PHONE 149J
Office in K. D. Building
"- --- -i i-i-i--iryi.inrinn.ru'ux .
Hair Dressing. Shampooing,
Manicuring, Face Massago
Lee Apts., 5th and Walnut
We Do AU Kinds of Spring Repair- ;
lng New Ones Made to Order
Axle Straightening and
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Phone 259-Y 017 Klamath Ave. I
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Wnsh a pound of prunes and soak
for several hours in cold water. Place
in a covered baking dish in the ovon,
covering with tho water tho fruit was
soaked in. Bake in a slow oven until
tender, then add sugar to taste if
necessary, return to oven and cook
ten minutes. A little lemon or orange
peol may be added to tho prunoa
when put in the oven.
Carpenter and Cabinet
106 Main Street Phone 457
-... .... Mi'vAVftwvwwumjj
I am now prepared to furnish
J Shasta Sand from the Hoey, Cam.,
, sand and gravel pit, in any quantity
that may be desired by contractors
AL F. GRAHAM.
VILLA STILL AT IT.
CHIHUAHUA CITY. Max., Fob. 14.
Francisco Villa's porsonal com
mand of approximately 50 or 60 men
was reported recently as operating
near his former headquartors at Sat
evo, Chihuahua. Tho rebel leader woa
believed to bo planning somo coup
ngnlnbt what ho might consider n
a vulnerable spot in tho foderal de
fenses. Somo other bands of his followers
woro said to ho scnttorod noar Parral,
Santa Barbara, and in tho Palomas
mountains noar OJInnga.
Jesus Hodriguoz, chiof of a band of
rebels operating near Jimenez, Chi
huahua, was shot recently in an en
counter with the home guards of that
city, where his body was later placed
on exhibition, it Is reported.
CHINESE GETS MEDAL.
TSINC1TO, China, Jnn. 5 (By Mall)
Wnng Yu-sbnn, who was Laboror No.
15,333 of tho Chinese Labor Corps
in France, ha? received the Meritori
ous Service Modal. At tho risk of his
life, ho extinguished a firo in an am
munition dump near Marcolng,
Franco In Juno 1919.
For Your Favorite
Phone 176J 10 Main St
CITY AND CO0NTY ABSTRACT
ARTHUR R. WILSON
Warren Hunt Hospital Pharmacy
Fourth and Pine Streets
In the Hospital