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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 6, 1920)
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THEY SAY, BUT
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t Mall). One of tho aviation dlfflcul
tlea rovonled by the flight pf Captain
nbss Smith fromKngl'and to. Austral
la was, that of obtaining money io
pay bills In tho ourrency of the coun-
' try in whioh they happened to alight.
. Said one of tho party: ''We would
fly 500 or 600 miles and late in the
day would arrive in' a country with
a new currency', and could not pay
for our things:" '
They, passed thru extremes of
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tompornturo. They left England in a
snowstorm nnd at an altitudo of 8,
000 feet found their sandwiches
frozen and the cotfoo ln vacuum bot
tles almost congealed. When they
landed In Australia they found the
temperature 90 degrees in tho' shade.
"Bombay duck" Is not duck. It Is
dried-fish, and a great delicacy with
tho English resident in India.
It 'all the freight cars ln use on
American railroads were placed end
to end they would stretch continu
ously tor over twenty thousand
IT IS ONE THING
to drive a truck and another
to know how to load It, In.
addition to being competent,
chauffours, our men are ex
perienced Jn tho handling
and delivery ot cases and
packages,, Try ub and let
us provo it.
Western Transfer Co.
Phono 187; Res. M6R
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How to Use Buttermilk and Sour Milk with Flour
Mnny roquotfl liavo been received
on the use of nour milk, nour cream
and buttermilk. Willi tho price of
milk constantly nourliiB, tho careful
Iiounewlfo will prbbubly-not pttrchane
an over supply of nwect milk, bo will
not accumulate a upply of bout milk
for cnoklriff, However, buttermilk
may bo purchnaed at dbout half tho
price of sweet milk, and can bo used
most' natlofnctorUy to replace either
Hour or sweet milk, provided soda Is
lined io neutrdllzo the acid; this
produces tho efforvoHConco which
makes tho dough llehti
Tho sourlnK process seams to
affect, the substances In the milk.
and grlddlo cakes, and In fact' all
quick breads, which Include "waffles,
muffins, Kerns', - biscuits, etc., ' nro
mtt.ch moro tondef thun n dough or
batter made of sweet milk and bak-
Cam Itctilrjl(l..ot to Uso Too
Froriuently Iho use of sour mllk'Ts
endemr.cilrniid this I? usually wherp
tllll mil.!. orn l.oc !, ...,1 A
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level teaspoon of soda will swectPn
ono pint or two cups of sour milk or
.buttermilk. Wburo moro soda lare-l
fllllrOfl In nu'Anfnti fin .itllb- I la nn'
i. .... t i ........ dry Ingredients and add alternately
old to use nnd shculd bo d scardod.. ... , . , , . .'
.,.,,, . '. . 'with sour milk to creamed butter
wntr-iiiiii iuyui ivaspuun 01 Bonn is
about (he required amount to.uso to
ono cup of molasses. -....-... .. .--. -. - v.. .
When possible, sift soda with thoed ,abo"t frty W,nUt0S' 1,avInB a
flour. Do not dissolve It In cither ,-moa'irato ov-en-tho
our milk cr tho molasses. Tho . Bou- M,Ik "'"cults
soonor the batter or dough Is com-j Two cups nur- on-half teaspoon
plctcd. after tho acid nnd soda nro Balt' one-halt teaspoon soda, two
combined the better, so It can boi tablespoons shortening, ono cup sour
readily seen that all materials should m,,k or three-quarters cup butter-
hfl leant clrv until rnnilv in rnmlilnn
" t- v ..--- . . waMav
then bo mixed quickly and baked at
A. few experiments might bo found
ItTfcrestlng, Take Ave Klass tumblers,1" thickness, cut with biscuit cutter,
dlssolvo a half teaspoon of soda in i pInco ln pnn and bake ln a hot 0Ten
;, Jinlf. glass of .water, dissolve a tfea-l
spoon ot cream of tartar In half a
glass of water, In tbo third glass
have a little molasses fill tho fourth
Klass half full of sour milk, and in
j th fifth glass have some vinegar.
'Put a little ot the soda into oach ot
the other glasses and note tho result.
Gas Releawri Quicker at High
Allow them to send a short tlmo
nnd see hsw the gases escape. Then
dissolve some baking powdor ln cold
water, then In warm wator. This
Bhows that the gas la released much
quicker at a high temperature.
These tests should prove to you
why It Is better to sift both soda and
baking powder with the dry ingre
dients, also when' the soda cannot be
altted with the flour, It la better to
dissolve It In cold water. The gas
which Is to make the batter or dough
light begins to escape from the soda
as soon as it Is combined with1 the
one-fourth teaspoon ot soda to each
cup of milk and allow one teaspoon
ot baking powder td each cup of
flour, or use the lovel halt-toaspoon
ot soda to each cup ot sour milk or
butter-milk; either method will
prove satisfactory.. However, Just
bear in mind that soda Is cheaper
than baking powder.
To make cottage cheese, take
thick sour milk, turn Into a shallow
milk pan and fill the pan with hot
not boiling water; lot stnnd about
25 minutes, then drain through a
jcolandor, and pour hot wator thru
the curd until It loses 'its. sour .taste
j and has become contracted, but not
hard, Press all the, wator out, salt
'. COLORS AT DANCES
SAWTELLE, Cal Mar. 2, The
Presence of the Soldiers' Home here
and tho fact that scores ot married
veterans ofvarlous wars live in little
homes norirby has brought Sawtelle
distinction as having the largest pro
portion' of elderly people in its popu
lation of any California town. Be
cause they are old, however, Is not a
condition limiting activity,
'The Old Folks. Dancing Club"
long Field away horo, with frequent,
hops-at which numerous veterans
ngod 80 and upwards have disported
themselves with majrons of Hkeuge,
or sometimes with more youthful
partners; while the L'adies of the
a rand Army ot tho Republlo have
just announced a series ot "DayllghY
dances" to bo-'hold the first and
third Friday afternoons of oach
, The clvi) war veterans and their
Indies are not the only dancors here.'
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Domestic Science Department
Con ducted by
Domestic Science Nice tor "
Sierry Flour Co.
ad shapo Into small balls or pack
In a mold. If tho sour milk Is heated
on tho stove and strained through a
cloth It will not ho as palatable or as
digestible as by the hot water meth
Note All measurements are lev
el; flour is sifted before measuring
A half-pint measuring cup is used,
flulnln Itrown IlrontI
Two cups graham flour," one-half
cup molasses, on cup corn men J, ono
and one-half cups sour milk or but
termilk, ono teaspoon, soda,, one-half
cup brown sugar, ono half cup'chop
ped seeded raisins, teaspoon salt.
81ft all dry Ingredients but, do not
discard the bran flakes in the grah
am flour. Add raisins, molasses and
'sour milk. Steam In two wolf greas
ed molds about two hours. ' .
KkkIcmi I'rult Cnko
Ono cup brown sugar, one-quarter
cup butter or substitute, one cup
chopped raisins, ono eup sour milk,
two cups flour,' one-half teaspoon
an tt ntiA llnlf 4aitnnn nrwln Mn
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teaspoon baking powder, ono teas-
poon cinnamon- ono .tcaapoon nut
meg, one-Jinlf teaspoon cloves.
Cream butter, add sugar, sift, all!
and sugar. Jllx well, add raisins and
I linVo In n tnnf ofn nrtn urnll f-vnna
Sift dry Ingredients, rub in short
ening, add sour milk, mixing with .a
knife. Roll on board about halt inch
Nut anil Raisin Bread
T.wo cups Graham' flour, one and
one-half cups flour, cno-halt cup
cornmeal, two' teaspoons baking pow
der, one teaspoon soda, one teaspoon
salt, one-half cup brown -sugar, one
cup chopped walnuts, one "cup rais
ins, one-halt' cup molasses, two cups
Sift all dry lngredtehts, add rais
ins, nuts, molasses and sour milk.
Pour ln two well greased bread pans,
let stand twenty minutes and bak
In a moderate oven forty-five min
utes. Sour Q-cam
Beat one' c.up sour .cream tint'
light,, add' one tablespoon each of
vinegar' and lemon juice, one spoon
each of salt and sugar, one teaspoon'
prepared mustard and a dash of
pepper: Bfea't yell until thick.
Little Cheese Cakes
Two cups cottage cheeso, two eggs,
one-third cup sugar, one-quarter teas-
pooh nutmeg, one-quarter cup seed
Mix ingredients in order named.
Line small patty pans. with pastry;
fill with mixture and bake in a mod;
Sour Cream' Pie
One cup sour cream,, three-quarters
cup sugar, one egg, beaten; one
quarter teaspoon salt, one-quarter
teaspoon cloves, nutmeg and ginger,
one-half teaspoon ot cinnamon,
Mix cream and sugar together,
add egg, salt and spices. Lino a pan
with pastry, pour in tho mixture,
cover with pastry and bake in a
Tho Sawtelle Woman's Club is giv-
t tng a series, of dances; the Spanish
War Veterans of the local camp $re
directing a. similar series; and the,
Cbambor of Commerce has announc
ed that .tho community dances tor
everybody are to bo features of civic
life in future. '
, "WeVe mostly got blue uniforms
and white-.whiskers" remarked one
dancer '.'and by wearing red geran
iums we make 'em patriotic affairs'."
WILL AID EUROPE.
' MEXICO CITY, Fob. G. By Mall)f
The Airchblshop ot Mexico' has di
rected an uppeal tor charity to all
Catholics In tho republic. This was in
response to a letter tram Pope Bene
dict Asking that contributions be
made toward alleviating tho suffer
ings ot tho children ot central Eur
THE USE OF these columns will
make money tor you. '
We handle tbo Harley-Davldson
Motorcycles and Bicycles Exclus
ively, Also boy, aell and exchange
an oiner Manes. Pennsylvania!
and Diamond Tlrea and Tubes,
US 0. Sill Bt. KUaatb Falkl
Wo open store every Tuesday and
Friday from 10:00 mm. to 4:00 p.m.
Many are the good things wo can
show. A dollar saved Is a dollar earn
ed. In buying good tbngs cheap as
you may learn, you will never be in
debt and have to skip if you buy your
AfCKY DICK & CO.
201 Klamath Ave. Corner of Ctb St.
Let your Glass Troubles bo My
; . Troubles.
Reglazlng done In any part
,. of the city
E. C. STUCKT.
Carpenter & Cabinetmaker
' Phone 477W 1024iMaln.
J. C. CLEGnOR.V
CI II Kuglucer und Surveyor
' Office 617 Main St.
Phenes: Office 100, Res. 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. El G. Wisecarver
Dr. P. M. Noel
Seventh aad Main Streets
For Your Favorite
Phone 176 10 Main St
' SPRING WORKS
We Do All Kiada of Spring Repair
lag New One Made to Order
Axle Stralgfatenlng and
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Phone 2S-T 617 Klamath Ave.
729 Main St
Jack Moarow, Prop.
Cigars, Tobacco, Soft DrlakJ
Peel and Billiard
Barber Shop ln oCnnectloa
"Courteey and Service'
ARTHUR R. WILSON
, i& wwt
Warren Hunt Hospital Pharmacy
Feurth and Pine StreeU
8ATORDAY, MARCH , IBM.
' X-Ilny Laboratory
Loon! Uld Klamatb Falls
DR. C. A. RAMBO
I. O. O. F. BnitcH
Now Opea lor
Mra, Rem .HcDaaleJtf,
301 High St. Phone 455
OITlce Phono 177W Res 177R
Dr. H. D. Lloyd Stewart
Physician and Burgeon
Klamath Falls Omeon
DR. F. R. GODDARD
Osteopathic Physician and ,
Office and Residence
e Phones 321
I. 6. O. F. Temple
E. D. LAMB
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Itcoms 1 nnd 2
' WARREN HUNT
MEDICINE AND SURGERY
206 I. O. O. F. Bldg. '
DR. G. A. MASSEY
Successor to Dr. TrnaXr--n
Suit 200. 1. O. O. F. Bldg
Res Phone 8AM .
Phenes: 151 J Office-
Office 420 Main
Residence 1900 Main
SAW MILL' ENGINEERING 'tt
Designers and builders of mod
era Saw Mills, Planing MUls, Baa
Plants. Complete plants contract
ed. Appraisals and reports made
Dredgina We contract to MuM
any class ot a, tmiidlag and lastaB,
inacblnary of anykiad. ?
Drafttam'of any klad doae. Blae'
Priatsnta4e.' ' PHONE 14N
OUce 4a K. D. BaUdiag
I am now nrenarea to furnlsk
Shasta Sand from the Hoey Cam.,
sand and gravel pit, In any quantity
that' may be desired by contractor!
AL F. GRAHAM.
Let Your GLASS troubles
C. E. .STUCKEY
Re-Glazing and Cabinet
Eleventh and Pine
Klamath Lodge No. 13? l
Meets Friday night of each week at,
I. O. O. F. ball, 5th and Main streets.
Hyman Weschler, N0.; W. O. Wells,
Secretary; W. D. Coter, Treasurer. "
Ewauna.JtacmDaent No. 4f, L O
O. F., meets Tuesday night of aae1(
week at I. O. O. F. ball, W. H. North,
C, P.; W. D.- Coter, Scribe; Fred
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