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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
THURSDAY, HAV.CXI 4, 1020.
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Annie t.aurlo Short Ilrrxl
tf h ananBlw" irrrrm. "lillV
IIAItlllN, JJiinchurlu, Jim. 31. (lly
Mall) Tun thousand iliun, chiefly
Chinese, tiro piling up mutlurutu
luril..i, il In i.. mi,, ti tlualilli; III
money of tlin ruvurnl nation lonllg
uoua to Hlborln. Mock uftur block In
lliu I'lilnuho quarter nru i;luu our
tt tliu nitinoy chaugorH, some of
whom hutu tiltu iilubtiruto establish
ments employing nix or eight men to
unit UIOII ciikluniurH.
Not tliu louttt hourcu of rcvuuuu Is
tlio wltlo fltict nation of tliu rublo of
tlio OniBk government- "Slburnkys",
In relation to tliu "KorenskyH," or
tlio Ikhiio of tlio former KuruiiHky
Men Wilson Once Knew .
Colonel George Hnrvcy,
Who inilinlcri his boom for President
Colonel Henry Watlcrson, s
Who fjnve it impetus.
Sx-Senntor Jnmcs Smith,
Who put New Jersey behind it
William Jennings Krynn,
Who overthrew Champ Clark and encompassed the
nomination at Baltimore in 11)12.
Colonel E. M. Hoiise,
Tlio, White House Man Friday who lost the latch
Llndley M. Garrison,
Aiitl arlong line of cabinet officials ending with:
The alleged usurper.
ONE BY ONE THE
W&rr -"p-.1 w.g? . B
I I tl u.
J&U tP ,
their crisp-from-the-oven purity
is as fine as their flavorr-kiddies
love them and Snow Flakes are
good for kiddies!
guvornmont. Tlio ratio roeontly litis
buun aiioitt 20 of tliu former to one
of tlio latter. A Chlncso tlollar, silver
or paper, hrougli from 150 to 160 of
Ono having money to - exchange
i;ooh from tlooV to iloor offering lil
stool; la lnuiil until lie determines
v. Iilcli iluulur make? tlio bcxt proposi
tion nntl Is fortunate upon return
ing tlio trntlo If ruto lias not changed
In Ills absence
WASHINGTON, Mnr. 4. Chnir
niiin I'nyno ct tlio Nhlpplng board
Iiiih nnnouncutl tlio lioartl Ih ready to
receive tenders for tliu ptirchat of
tlio Hog IbIuikI shipyard.
IT IS ONE THING
to drive a truck and another
to 'know how to load it. In
addition to bolng competent
chauffours, our men aro ex
perienced in tlio handling
and doltvory of caBes and
packages. Try us and let
ft us proyo It.
Western Transfer Co.
, Phono 187; lies. 20011
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How to Make Cream Candies at Home
The cream candles of tlio con fee
Holier always seem beyond tlio skill
of tliu unprofessional candy maker.
Tlitirn aru in any IntercHtlni; prin
cipled to lie learned regarding tlio
cooking of sugar, and It Ih probably
onu of tlio most uncertain sub
stances to work with. It in easily af
fected by the atmospheric conditions
iiml it Is wine to select a clear day to
experiment With tliu cooking of sug-
i ar syrup for candles.
However If tlio following direc
tion) aro studied nntl carefully fol
i lowed It will he posslhlo for the In
experienced candy makor to make a
variety of cream candles.
The hate or foundation for UiIh
typo of candy In called ''fondant,"
mid ran bo used for an almost end
less variety of combinations.
Dlietllont f.'lwn for
.Milking of Foundation
To make this fondant take 4 cups
of granulated sugar, 1-2 tenspoon of
cream of tartar nnd 2 cups of boiling
water. Put the sugar nntl cream of
taitar In n saucepan, add tliu boiling
water and Btlr until sugar- is dis
The mlxturo should bo stirred
Blovvly from tlio center of tlio pan In
order to avoid having grains of sug
ar gather on tlio sides of the sauce
pan. Tho saucepan must bo kept free
from sugar or tho fondant will be
Cover tho kcttlo until boiling point
la reached, then remove and cook
jntll the srup will form a "soft
hall" when dropped In cold water.
This takes about ten minutes. When
cooketl roinovo from fire ut onco and
set nsldo to cool in the pan it was
r.tnplKiNlH Placed on
Cooling H)riii I'.tenly
It it most Important that the sy
rup should cool evenly, therefore do
not hasten the process by pouring It
Into another dish or by putting the
saucepan into cold water.
When cool, but not too cold, stir
vigorously with n spatula or flat
wooden upoon, until the syrup has
changed to a white, creamy, glossy
pnsto. When too stiff to stir, turn
onto a board and knead.
Tho lightness of tho fondant do-
pends upon the amount of kneading,
as this part of the process cannot be
When light and creamy, place In
an earthen bowl or Jar, cover with
n damp cloth and put in'a cool place
for at least twenty-four hours before
This fondant will keop for weeks
If kept cool and well covered with a
If well made, the fondant will be
very white, glossy and satiny In ap
pearance. It should feel as smooth as
butter when a bit Is rubbed between
the thumb and foretlngor.
Will Ik'romo (irnnular
Sometimes, however, oven with the
greatest of care, the fontlant will be
come grainy or sugary after It has
been stirred. If this should occur,
place In tho saucepan, add hot water,
stir until dissolved, covor and cook
to the soft ball stage again.
A dark fondant can bo mndo with
two cups of brown sugar, one cup of
muplo syrup, ono-hnlf teaspoon of
cream of tartar and ono cup of boil
ing water. Mix and cook In tho same
manner as for tho whlto fondant.
The following i tiles should bo kept
In mind when preparing fondant)
Scald tho saucopan woll before us
ing, to be sure thoro is no odor or
taste from previous cooking.
Never stir tho syrup nftor tho sug
ar Is dissolved nud cooking has com
menced. This Is most Important.- If
the syrup is stirred the finished pro
duct will be granular, Whon testing
thosyrup carefully removo from the
stove or turn out'thogns flame, In
order to prevent furthor cooking.
Alwnys cover tho saupopan until
boiling point is reached. If any sug
ar has gathored on tho sides of the
saucepan, tho steam created by cov
ering tho kettlo will removo It. Wash
the hands In cold water boforo knead
ing tho fondant.
On Milking prenm Drops
To make cream drops, divide tho
fondant into sevoral equal parts, us
ing about half a cup for each por
tion. Place ono part In a bowl or cup
and sot in a pan of hot water, Let th
cup containing fondant remain In tho
hot wator until moltod, then flavor,'
color If desired, and drop from tho
tip of a toaspoon on waxed paper.
Each portion may ho flavored and
Walnut croams Flavor fondant;
Domes t if Science ItJrcctor
Stetry Flour Co.
tuko off pieces tho sire of a walnut,
roll Into balls In tho palms of tho
hands and press a walnut meat on
each side. Set aside to harden. Pecans
or almonds may be used In the samo
Chocolato crcdms Flavor tho fon
dant, roll into baIs with the palms of
tho hands and set nsldo to dry an
hour at least. Melt unsweetened cho
colate over hot water, drop each fon
dant ball in the chocolate, using a
fork for dipping. Care must bo taken
not to gather too much chocolnte on
each ono, or tho chocolnte will spread
when sot to dry. This will give a dull
chocolate coating. I(y adding a little
melted butter to tho chocolate before
dipping tho creams will have a glaz
CiiimIIps Plucrtl ii
Wiivrtl Paper to Dry
Unch candy should bo placed on
waxed paper to dry,
Tho fondant may be used as a cov
ering for candled fruits and for all
nut meats. To do this melt tho toi
dant over hot water never cook it
flavor, drop In the pieces of fruli
or nuts. Pso a fork in order to com
pletely covor them with tho fondant
and placo on waxed paper to dry.
Nut bars are made by kneading
chopped nuts Into the flavored fon
tlant, making into n roll about two
Inches thick and five or six Inches
long. Cut off pieces about half an
Inch thick and set to dry; or these
slices may bo dipped In molted choc
olate or tho melted fondant colored
When coloring tho fondant add Ih
coloring by dipping a toothpick Into
tho coloring and mixing with the fon
dant adding the coloring until tho
right color Is obtained. It takes very
littlo coloring to tint tho fondant a
delicate shade. Always add the flav
orings by tho drop. Too much might
make the fondant too thin. Cocoanut
bars are mode by kneading the co
coanut Into the flavored fondant.
This may bo cut as tlio nut bars; or
tho fondant can bo shaped into balls
and rolled In coacoanut. There seems
to be no limit to the variety and
number of combinations that can be
made, using the fondant as a bas.'v.
Walnut Clioc-obitc Fudge
To cups sugar, 1-2 cup milk, 2
squares unsweetened chocolate, 1
tablespoon buttor, 1 teaspoon vanilla,
U teaspoon ground cinnamon, 1 cup
Melt chocolate and butter' over hot
water, add sugar and milk. Stir until
sugar Is dissolved. Cook without Btlr
rlng until the syrup will form a soft
ball when dropped in cold water. Add
nuts and flavoring and beat until
creamy. Pour Into a buttered pan.
When hard cut in squares.
Orio cup brown sugar,, 1 cup gran
ulated sugar, half cup milk or thin
cream, 2 teaspoons vanilla, 1 cup
chopped nuts, pecans or walnuts.
Add milk to sugar, stir until dis
solved and boll until syrup will form
'a soft ball when dropped in cold
water. Flavor, add nuts and beat un
til creamy. Pour Into a buttered pan
and when hard cut in squares.
Take equal parts of sugar and
peanuts which have been roasted,
shelled and broken. Cook sugar In
an iron frying pan over a slow fire
until a clear brown syrup Is formed.
It will be necessary to stir this con
stantly. As soon as tho syrup begins
to brown removo from tho flro; the
heat of tho pan should finish the
cooking; then add tho peanuts, mix
and pour on an ungreased platter.
When cold and hard break into
Halves of walnuts, pecans, al
monds or Brazil nuts are dipped Into
tho melted sugar Just before It turns
brown. Drop each coated nut on a
greased plate to cool and harden.
Candled O range, Peel
Tako four oranges nnd remove tho
peel in quarters. Put in a saucepan,
covor with cold water, bring to the
boiling point and simmer until ten
der. Drain, remove nil tho white por
tion, cut in thin strips with tho scis
sors. Bell ono cup of sugar with halt
a cup of hot water until it spins n
thread. Add tho orange peel nnd
cook five minutes. Drain from the
syrup and roll in granulated sugan
BERLIN, Mar, 3. Tho fight to
deprive the ox-kaisor of his property
and fortune began today In tho diet
with tho socialists motion to rotor
tho lsuo to tho national assembly.
Deputy Oraef, majority socialist, de
clared tho ox-emporor had failed to
Ilvo up to tho formor precedents of
his raco by dying at head of troops.
Wo handle tho Harley-Davldgon
Motorcycles and Bicycles Exclus
I voir. Also buy, sell and exchange
all other Makes. Pennsylvania
and Diamond Tires and Tubes
O. E. BIHMARK
11B S. Oth Ht. Klamath Fall
We open store every Tuesday and
Friday from 10:00 a. m. to 4:00 p. m.
Many are the good things wo can
show. A dollar saved is a dollar earn
ed. In buying good thugs cheap as
you may learn, you will never be in
debt nnd hnvo to skip if you buy your
LUCKY DICK & CO.
201 Klamath Ave. Corner of Cth St.
Let your Olass Troubles bo My
i rieglazlng done in any part
of tho city
E. O. STUCK!.
Carpenter & Cabinetmaker
Phone 477W 1024 Main.
j. c. cLi:ononx
Civil Engineer nnd Surveyor
Otfico 517 Main St.
Phenes: Office 100, Itcs. 102J
O. K. FEED & SALE
Under new manage
ment Best care taken of all
stock placed in our
bam. Horses, .harness
and wagons bought,
sold and exchanged:
Dr. E. G. Wisecarver
Dr. P. M. Noel
Seventh and Mala Street
For Your Favorite
Phone 176J 10 Main St
We Do AH Kinds of Spring Repair
ing New Ones Hade to Order
Axle Straightening and
AliL WORK GUARANTEED
Phone 259-x 017 Klamath Ave.
729 Main St
Jade Monrow, Prop.
Cigars, Tobacco, Soft Drink,!
Barber Shop In oCnnectlon
"Courtesy and Service"
ARTHUR R. WILSON
Warren Hunt Hospital Pharmacy
Fourth and Pine Streets
Loomifl Itltlg., Kluiimtli Falbj
Now Open for
Mrs. Rom McDanlelt,
301 High St Phone 455
Offlco Phono 177W Res 177R
Dr. H. D. Lloyd 'Stewart
Physician and Surgeon
Klamath "Falls Oregon
DR. F. R. GODDARD
Osteopathic Physician and
Office and Residence
I. 0 O. F. Temple
E. D. LAMB
PHYSICIAN AND SURGHOX
Rooms 1 and 2
MEDICINE AND SURGERY
206 I. O. O. F. Bldg.
DR. a A. MASSEY
Snccewcr to Dr. Trass
Suit 206, 1. O. O. F. Bldg
Office phone 80J
Res Phone 80M
Phones: 151J Office.
Office 420 Main
Residence 1000 Main
SAW MUJi ENGINEERING
Designers and builders of mod
era Saw Mills, Planing Mills, Box
Plants. Complete plants contract-'
ed. Appraisals and reports made.
Dredging. We contract to build
any class of a building and Install
machinery of any kind.
Drafting of any kind done. Blue
Prints made. PHONE 140J
Office In K. D. Building
I am now prepared, to furnish
Shasta Sand from the Hoey, Cam.,
sand and gravel pit, in any quantity
that may be desired by contractors
AL F. GRAHAM.
Let Your GLASS troubles
C E. STUCKEY
Re-Glazing and Cabinet
Eleventh and P,ine
Klamath Lodge No. 137
Meets Friday night ol each week at
I. O. O. F. hall, 5th and Main streets.
Hyman Weschler, N. G.j W. C. Wells,
Secretary; W. D. Coter, Treasurer.
TTiwnnnn lOneamiiment No. 46. I. O
O. F., meets Tuesday might of eacH
week at 1. O. O. F. hall. W. H. wortn,
C. P.; W. D. Cofor, Scribe; Fred
In the Hospital
DK. O. A. RAMBO
I. O. O. F. Building