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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 16, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
TUK8DAY, MAflCII 10, 1020.
Suits made to your exact individual requirements.
y Step in and select your Spring and Summer Suit now.
f We guarantee perfect-fitting, finely-tailored, stylish
Clothes, made by
Leading Clothiers and Hatters
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Mie utmost powei-vdlue
Pure throughout, dependable always, Fed
Crown gasoline gives the utmost power-value.
It'ismade to meet the requirements of
"Red .Crown" is all-refinery fasolirie with the full
and continuous chain of boiling points necessary for
ready,, starring, quick anil, smooth acceleration,
steady, dependable power iand long mileage. Look
fbr.the "Red Crown" sign before you 11.
JjHo GasofjnQ, ofQuafiy
The Herald tells you today's
THE NEW REX
Ice Cream, Sodas, Sundaes, and all popular
drinks served at our tables.
The place where the working man is as1 welcome
as the connoisseur.
The home of High-Class French Pastry.
iTHE REX CAFE
CORNER SEVENTH AND MAIN
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new today not tomorrow.
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A Little Garnish Helps
To ganilsh a dish atrnetlvely adds
vit llttlo to Its cost Illlll lllllkCH It HO
m ti eti miiro plunslug In every way.
Dishes wlilrli tempt tliu appetite aro
much tnoio easily dlgesti'd tlinn
llltMO IMltoll JtlHt bl'CnllKO till) food Is
placcil before one, TIiIh Ib why mi In
xitlil'H trity Hliould iihsnyii In) dainty.
'Ilio tastefully decorated, carefully
prepared food may tempt u ilullcnto
appetite. Mimy housewives u ro mucli
too busy to hu.ahlo to ghe either
tlmu or thought to elaborate garn
lnhlngH, hut nil food limy bo timing
oil with hoimc Hort of symmetry.
lii-ht for Dully IVe
1'or dully nan Din garnishing
should lie Bltniilii and always eatable.
Hllcci of hard boiled egg on spinach,
water crcBH wltli steak, and ;io iniit-
Jltor how fish may bo cooked, It Is
fur inoro nppntlslng If served with a
turt milieu, and nijicli more nttrac-
th't If -garnished with something
frcHli wlilch has a llttlo color with
p.iprlka, or hIIcciI cucumbers, or jio
ttitq balln dipped In melted buttcl
jit.i1 chopped parsley. The latter tako3
, Home tlmo to prepare, but the other
I garnishes may bo added In a few
' minutes, and mlU greatly to the looks
.of the Oiall.
i Vegetable IlordelK
! .. . . ..
Vegetable borders aro very attrac
tive. Arrango the meat or fish In
tho center of a platter and Hurround
nltli mashed potatoes, or peas, or
beans, or boiled rice, or a mixture of
Pork or lamb chops may be served
on or surrounded with spaghetti
cooked In a tomato sauce. Or the
pork chops may lie garnished with
slices of fried tart apples.
Slices ot tomatoes, raw or dipped
In crumbs and fried, nro nico served
with fried or taikcS fish or boiled
Itolled rice may bo used with meat,
fish or eli'cHon and may bo molded
eaBlly'hnd quickly by packing firmly
In a buttered cnBtitrd'cup and turn
ing out Immediately.
Small croquettes of rlco, fried a
golden brown, and cubqs of cur
rant Jolly may Tic served with roast
game or ch!ckn.
linked or fried bananas will add
both to tho IooIcb and taste of Salis
bury steak (chopped raw beef).
Fmlt fritters, such as apple, pine
apple or banana., will always te ac
ceptable with "broiled Btcak.
Corn fritters may bo served with
both steak and Tried chicken. Cooked
You'll Like These
Note ATI measurements are level
and.folur is Bitted onco before meas
uring. A halt-pint measuring cup lsl
One cup Hour, one-quarter tea
spoon salt, one teaspoon baking pow
der, Ihree-qaurters cup milk, one
egg. ono halt tablespoon melted hut
tor. Mix and sift dry ingredients, add
milk gradually, well-beaten egg
bent until smooth then add molted
shortening. Uolore mixing tho fritter
bnttor prepare bananas. Remove
Bklns, cut In two lengthwise, then
cut each pleco In two crosswise;
sprlnklo with powdered sugar and a
llttlo lemon Julco -and allow to stand
whllo mixing the batter. Dip each
pleco of banana In tho battor and fry
In hot fat; drain on brown paper
For ai dessert or swoot entree serve '
with a sweot sauco; -as a garnUh for
moat, servo plain. Apple or pineapple
fritters aro prepared in the same
Two cups of boiled rlco, ono table-jtjeg
spoon butter, ono egg, one-hnlf tea-.fnt
To hot boiled rice add butter and
woll-heaton egg; spread on a shallow
Plato and when cold, shape ,in balls,
roll In soft crumbs, dip In egg sllghti
ly boaten ,thon In crumbs ngnln and
fry In hot fat. For sweot rice cro
quottes add two tablespoons ot sugar
nnd tho gratod rind and Juice of a
Romoro skin nnd scrapo to lemove
the, coarso threads. Molt two table'
spoons of butter In a baking rt'3h rtiul
add tho bananas; sprlnklo with sug
ar and lemon Juice; bake slowly,
basting occasionally, until hnnamiH
aro tondor.' Tho sugar, butter and
lomon Julco will form a sauco which
may bo served In n soparato dish if
tho bananas nro to bo uao;'. for a
Chill tho cream thoroughly, If tho
cream is warm the beating will churn
a Dish a Long Way
like grlddle-cakcs, torn fritters nro
both quickly and easily made. Very
small portions of left-over corn may
bo undo into theeo fritters.
For more, elaborate garnishing, a
pastry bag and tube will bo required.
Very llttlo practice Is required to
bundle the pastry bag skillfully
enough for thcHO nltnplo decorations.
It takes only a few moments to fill
I lie pastry bag with mashed potatles,
and when forced through a star tube,
.ttl.w .... n li...1fk. ...a fn,. .. iiltnrinn
which will bold peas or other cooked
vegetables, an otherwise plain dloh
will assume a ery festive appear
ance. The pastry bag and tufio aro
also very useful for decorating sweet
dishes and cakes.
Whipped ('renin Um-iI
I 'or ('elallne DKIien
Cream, whipped vory stiff, when
forced through tho tube In stars or
roses, makes very tempting looking
desserts. All gelatine puddings may
bo garnished In this manner; 'ilso
fruit snhd, and even the bumble
stoned pruno and apple sauce will
look ery attractive and may be
sered for tho luncheon dessert. Be
sides tho appearance, cream also
odds greatly to the food value of
Very thick mayonnnlso may be
forced through tho tube to decorate
Cold meats may he garnished with
rlnge of green peppers or pimento,
or shredded lettnco leaves may he,
sprinkled about the slices ot meat.
I'lcklcs, olivc3 or fringed celery also
add to the tempting appearance of
many meat and fish dishes, as well
Candied I'rults Xlce
Kor DemriitlnK Cakes
Cakes can be made very effective
by decorating with candled fruits,
halves of walnuts, pecans or blanch
ed almonds. Angelica or thinly slic
ed citron may bo soaked in "warm
'water, dried on a towel and then cut
Into halves to any desired torm.
Combined with cherries, this rorms
a dainty decoration for Cirri st mas
Chopped nut meats sprink'lcfi over
fruit salads, coffee cakes belore bak
ing or over cake Icings giro's dainty
This article only suggests-a teif of
tho numerous ways foods -may-be
made to look more appetizing. It the
liousinvlfe enjoys cooking Trod has
originally she will always he able to
make dainty, attractive dishes.
the croam'to butter. For a frm clore
wlilppea cream use a Dover egg
"beater. For a fluffy, light -whipped
cream, tiso a wire whip cgtFbf-ater.
Cut 'celery in lengths or itbout S
Inches. "Parboil until tender "but not
"broken; drain, season with -salt and
pepper. "Prepare fritter hatter as giv-j
en above; dip celery tn hatter ami
Ty in deep fat: nso as a garnish or
-plain, With a tomato snupe. This Is a
good way to use tho outer stalks of
Teel "French carrots and cut Into
thin strips about as thick as a pencil;
parboil In boiling water until tender,
but not broken; drain and dry In a
cloth. For two cups or carrots -melt
two tablespoons ot butter in a trying
,pun, add two teaspoons of sugar;
one-half teaspoon of salt and the
carrots; shake and turn carrots un-j
tn the hutter Is absorbed and the
carrots we'll glazed,
Corned ltft Hush '!
chop rather fine, equal quanti-
of coI(1 con,e(j bf, froo from all
j grille, and cold boiled lo-
Itatees: heat about 3 tablespoons offl
shortening in a frying pan; turn Ja
tho chopped ingredients nnd ndd ono
quarter cup of stock or milk and
senson with paprika; mix together,
cover and let allow to brown, watch
ing very carefully and stirring occas
ionally. Fold over and tarn oa a hot
platter; pour n well soasoaed to
mato sauco around tho bash and gar
nish with baked bananas.
Tho Liberty shows yon a new one
every day. 2t
In Uganda, It poms, tho women do
not hesitate to secure, an acknow
ledgement of tholr rights by force,
If necessary. A vUltor to that land
declares that frequently women
working by tho roadside will capture
a passer-by, and, on pain of a severe
castlgatlon, will mnko him tako a
turn with tho hoe while they have a
We handlo tho Harley-Davldaon
Motorcycles and DIcycIcs Kxclus
Ively. Also buy, sell and exchange
nil other Makes. Pennsylvania'
and Diamond Tires and Tubes
a E. DISMARK
1 IB 8. Oth St. Klftmnth Falls
Wo open store every Tuesday and
Friday from 10 00 a. m. to 4:00 p. m.
Mnny are tho good things wo can
show A dollar saved Is a dollar earn
ed. In buying good thnga cheap &s
you may learn, you will never bo In
dobt and havo to skip If you buy your
LUCKY DICK & CO.
201 Klamath Ave. Corner of Cth St.
'Let your Olasa Troubles be My
Iteglazlng done in any part
of tho city
E. O. BTUCKT.
Carpenter & Cabinetmaker
Phono 477W 1024 Main.
J. C. CLEGnORN
Civil Engineer and Surveyor
Office 517 Main St.'
Phenes: Office 100, Res. 102J
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.
Dr. E. G. Wisecarver
Dr. P. M. Noel
Over Caderwood" '
Sereata and Mala Btreea
For Your Favmte
Phone 176J 10 Main St
We Do AH Kinds of Spring Repair-,
tag New Ones Made to Order
Axle Straightening aad
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Paoae S90-Y 617 Klamatfe Ave. ,
729 Main Bt.
Cigars, Tobacco, Soft Drink J
Peel and Billiards
Barber Shop in oCnnectlon
"Courtesy aad Service
i ARTHUR R. WILSON
Warren Hunt Hospital Pharmacy
Fourth and Pine Streets
LoomU liltlg., Mlummii Foils
DR. C. A. RASinO
I. O. O. F. Iliiilding
Now Open for
Mrs. Rosa McDonleU,
301 High St Phone 455
Ofllco 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. O. O. I. Temple
E. D. LAMB
'PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Rooms 1 and 2
MEDICINE AND SURGERY
206 I. O. O. F. Bldg.
DR. G. A. MASSEY
Successor to Dr. Trans
Salt 206. I. O. O. F. Bldg
Office phone 88J
Res Phone 8ttM .
Phenes: 151J Office.
, Office 420 Mala
Residence 1900 Mala
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HAW Hllili 1SNU1N1UUUKV m
Designers aad 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 aad install
machinery of any kind.
Drafting of any kiad doae. Bine
Prints made. PHONE 14BJ
Office In K. D
I am now prepared to furnish
Shasta Sand from the Hoey, Cam.,
Band and gravel pit, in any quantity
that may be desired by contractors
AX. F. GRAHAM.
Let Your GLASS troubles
C. E. STUCKEY
Re-Glazing and Cabinet
Eleventh and Pine
Klamath Lodge No. 137 '
I. O. O. F.
Meots Friday night of each week at
I. O. U. F. hail, 6th and Main streets.
Hyman Weschlor. N. G.; W. C. Wells,
Secretary.;, W D, Cofer, Treasurer.
Ewauna Encampment No. 46, 1. O
O. F., meets Tuesday night ot eacaj
week at I. O. O. V. hall. W. H. North,
C. P.; W. D. Cofor, Seribo; Fred
In the Hospital