Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 25, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, , OREGON
THURSDAY, MARCH 2o, 1020
sjm1 vr M
Qomesik Science J)cparimctxi
iJomcstir Science bJrecior
Sjf-j Flour Co.
Three Diffcncne Methods for Frying Food.
Klamath Falls Cyclery
Wo handle tho best In our lino,
such uh Motorcycles, Bicycles,
Parts arid Accessories, Goodyear,
Pcnnsylranla and Diamond TlrcB
and TiiTjck Tho house of tho
two and thrco wheelers, Includ
ing' Harlcy-Davldson Service.
O. E. BIfiMARK
118 8. Oth 8U Klamath Falls
Meeting the future
more than halfway
Developments in ncronnu'
tics have found us ready with
(i grade of Zcrolcnc for each
type of engine.
Thousands of gallons of Zcr
olcnc Liberty Aero Oil jjnve
service to the U.S. and Allied
Governments during the war.
The some foresight and sci'
entific application marks the
work of our Board of Lubrica'
tion Engineers in the field of
recommendations of Correct
Lubrication with Zerolcne
ore lengthening the life of
There is a Zcrolcnc Correct
Lubrication Chart for each
moke of car. Get one foryour
car at your dealer's or our
nearest station. Use Zerolene
for Correct Lubrication.
Poods prepared by being cooked
I In fat lire tiHiially termed tried foods.
'lloui!gr, t licit' am throe methods In
Liylng; first, IioIHuk in deep fat.
, l'hlH tnuiinp of frjlni: requires more
.kill tlian any otherlypo of cooking
1 It dikes Judgment and experience to
would he reduced too much hy the
cold, food. If tho fat Ih the rl;lit de
cree of heat the surface of the article
v III become crisp almost as noon as
It In dropped Into tho fnl This hard
ens the outside so that the Inside will
become heated through with cooked
know the correct heat of the fat for mixtures, or thoroughly cooked with
A grade for eadi
iyjic of engine
I the different foods, for all do not
'i(iilro fat of the mine temperature
' MIMurm previously cooked and
n hunted m fat, such as croquettes.
Tray he fried in fat much hotter than
that used for frlttent, doughnuts or
uncooked mixtures. Deep frying
There I' n correct t'rnde
o! Zirolcnc lor cuch type;of
Irncior. Get our (itrfafttvo
booklet on the Correct Lu
brication ol, our tractor.
A! cur ngent copy.
uncooked food, without tho fat pene
trating the food, making It greasy.
Piling llusket Prove
Frying baskets are a groat conven
ience, particularly with dclicato fry
ing, as It naves handling. The articles
should he done In a heavy kettle or to he fried are placed in tho basket,
tiiuo'paii containing at least enough then submerged In the hot fat. When
fnt to coer the articles of food to the food Is brown, the basket Ih lift-
Wo 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 Hood thngs cheap as
you may learn, you will never bo In
debt and have to skip If you buy your
LUCKY DICK & CO.
201 Klamath Ave. Corner of Cth St.
be fried. 'd out. In this way each article Is I
llt'mj Kettle M'ly lie Kept perfect,
t. IJ. A.. P .... ...... ! If llln fnl l..l.l.ln .. dCiiIIapm ...1.11a
Tb('beay kottlo Is always nn ad- 1 rating It denotes the presence of
antage, n It may bo kept at a more v-ter, and it will bo Impossible to
iven temperature Hum n light- fry the food successfully, for the fat
weight one Any fit may ho used, tho v. Ill not becomo hot enough To ovor
vegetable, oils now on the market come thli condition, allow lllo water
prolng,( very atlsfuctory. Th's In- to evaporate, and then It will heat to
eludes both co'rn and cottonseed oil, tho right temperature for frying,
all of the lard Biibrftltutes, and, of. To clarify tho fat for future use,
-nurse, the pure leaf lard. ' add six slices of raw potatoes to tho
Let your Glass Troubles bo My(
Troubles. . - .
Reglazlng dono In any part
of the city
E. C. BTUCKT.
Carpenter & Cabinetmaker
Phono 17 7 W 1024 Main.
Loom! Hldg., Klamath Folia
DIt. C. A. RAMBO
I. O. O. F. Building
Now Open for
Mrs. Rosa McDanlcls,
301 High St Phone 455
OITlco Phono 177V lies 177R
Dr. H. D. Lloyd Stewart
Phjslrlnii mid Burgeon
White Building '
Klamath Falls Oregon
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
4-4" t- -M
. .- t- t. j ljxj, liitAAJ.itiiJiJiJiJuLiJiiLJiAJ
FAST AU'JO TltUCKH t
of ours aro at your sorvlco $
to call for and nrnko do- 4
liveries, nenr and far, of nny 4
nlc, shipment, Inrgo or small.
No express packago too big
or too little for us to handle '.
Our trucks mnko good tlmo J
and aro In chnrgo of cxperl- .
enced, reliable men. Call 5'
us up for any transfer Job. v
Western Transfer Co.
l'lioni' 1JS7! Ie. Ulllllt
"!..; ;..:. : ; .;. ; J. .
SAVANNAH, (in . Mat 2fl All
recoids fur mo i.u hIh of rotton
from So iinn ih have bpi n bio!."n
and tho movement Ih louiiniuug for
Kavununh la shipping her eoMnn tii
rill paitu of tho world, Including tho
Orlont. Since August 1. the opening
of tho cotton oar, until tli. firm
week in March, 3!) cotton ships havu
jld'iu load' 1 lifie. canilng a total of
a,puna.,atuly h 30,000 hales of cut
ton to fore gn count) Iv., and the
pott i still l:n d with voxels tikinr
coitoii, thoueh parlj January In for
mer years liu1 nu'iteil th end of
the inovemnnt. Desplto this hoaN
Bhi) m'nt. the movement Is cont'-u-IliK
" t!in r.it.' of 21,01)0 to I.OOO
hales weekly for direct export with
almost no much being shipped const-
I'nh'Hs a strong-flavored food has
been cooked In tho fat, suchas on
ons, etc . It may be used over and
iter again If stdamed and clarified
Tftor using. I
To heat, place tho fat In the ket-l
tie. coer nnd allow to beat gradu i
j1I, watching carefully. j
When smoking slightly remove
"over and test the fat hy dropping
n ti cube of bread. If the bread be-
hot fat and allow to remain In the
fat until it Is somen hut cocl, then
DliTt lions C'lu'ti For
I'rciKliiiK Food Artides
Some foods cooked In deep fat are
breaded before frying. This gives the
crisp outside crust. To bread food
for frying, beat an egg with a tahle
bpoon of cold water Dip the food In
the egg, covering well, then' roll In
J. C. CLFGHOKN
CI II Fnglnecr and Surveyor
Office 517 Main St.
Phenes: Olllce 1G0, Res. 102.1
ccmert a light brown In sixty seconds bread or cracker crumbs,
the fnt Is tho right temperature for
uncooked foods, such as doughnuts,
'rltters, fish and potatoes.
Hiriplo Method Snffhes
For TpMIiik Ileal of Fat
For cooked mixtures, croquettes,
Mr , tie bread should he brownln
wenty to fnrtv seconds, according
o the i'p of tho article. To deter
n'nn the nutn'ier of seconds. Just
ount to the roiulred number. This
-lethod of tft'ug fnt Is s'mple and
f carefully follo'ved nover fa'ls.
Do not try too mrny articles at
"uce. as tho temperature of .tho fat
Snuteing Is a typo of frjlng where
the food Is browned In a small quan
tity of fnt. This method of cooking
In less wholesome than the deep-fat
ftylng, as the food absorbs more of
Pan broiling or dry frying Is nc
compl'sheil by heating the pan very
hot nnd rubbing tho surface very
lightly with suet or pork. The meat
to be cooked Is teared on each side,
then heat reduced and finish cook
ing. If tho meat is fat, this should
ho poured off, as tho food will bo
scalded Instead of pan broiled.
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. F. R. GODDARD
Osteopathic Physician and
Office and Residence
I. O. O. F. Temple
E. D. LAMB
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Rooms 1 and 2
DR. L. L. TRUAX
Warren Hunt Hospital
Corner Fourth and Pine
TRY THEM; FRY THEM!
i . .,
J J J ? J
Nettleton, Walk-Over, Stratford, Berry, and other
good shoes are here in the new Spring styles
K. K. K. STORE
Leading Clothiers and Hatters
Diamond CHICK FOOD
SAVES LITTLE CHICKS and
helps them'to grow into big, strong, healthy birds'
fl A clenn, wholesome, natural food no dust no watte.
Keeps the chicks healthy and makes them grow fast.
EHVjOo for oar Name and Trade Mark on Every Original Packoee
OUR 1920 CATALOGUE
Of "Diamond Quality" Poultry Supplies, listing
everything necessary f' 'I'0 profitable production of poultry
mailed frco on request. Ask for Catalog No. KG 2
s fal Vw
BUCKEYE" IncuWora and COLONY Brooder Stovei
Xoto All measurements are level
nnd t!lour Is sifted onco heforo meaa
iir'ug A half-jiiiit moa.suj'Ius cup Is
Malta a thick white sauce of threp
tablespoons of shortening, throe
tii Dies noons of shortening, threo
UUlosiioons flour, one eup mil!:.
Melt BhorteninK, ndtl flour, bland
well and cook until bubbling, thon
add cold milk: stir until thick. To
one cuy of sauco ndtl a cu and a
half of finolwchonned cold chicken,
half a tefi'non of talt, one fourth
tcnsiioon of bait, one-fourth teas
poon of ppipor. a few drops of onion
julro nnd n few drpps of lemon Juice.
Spread on a platter to cool. Then
mngo Into desired shape, dip In egg
and lino bread criims, and fry as di
rected. ,11 meat mixtures nnd cro
quettes of other meat than chicken
are mnde in tho samo way. A few'
chopped mushrooms may ho ndded
to tho chicken mixturo If desired.
Wash half a cup of rlco and cover
with half a cup of boiling water,
then cover nnd cook over hot water
until the rlco has absorbed all tho
water. Now add a cup of scalded
milk, fctlr lightly with a fork, nnd
steam until tho rlco Is very soft.
Itoniovo from tho fire and add two
tablespoons of powdered sugar, the
grated rind of half n lemon, ono
well-beaten egg yolk nnd a table
spoon of butter. Spread on a plnttor
to cool. Shapo in bnlls, roll in
ciumbs, then In woll-bonten egg, nnd
again In crumbs. Fry as directed.
Servo with a pudding sauco.
French Kiied Potatoes
Wnsh and paro small potatoes and
cut thorn In eighths longthwisn
Soak for.nn hour In cold wator, then
dry between towols and fry In deep
boiling fat. Dmln on paper and
spilnklo with salt.
Pnti-IJrolletf Lninli Chops
Hoat a frying pan vory hot, thon
rub it over vory lightly with a piece
of pork or other fat, placo the chops
in It, nnd allow them to sear nicely
qji ono side, Then turn nnd senr
them on tho other side. Now reduce
tho boat slightly and finish cooking
Sauted Apples with
Salt PorJc or Itacon
Cook thin slices salt pork till crisp
nnd brown. Coro nnd cut In slices
tart apples. Drop them In the pork
j fat and s'nite till brown. Serve
Writ Hie pork or bacon as a garnish.
rre(rvi!ets''6f KWi, - ?
' Use any white fish from which
strips of fiesh without skin and
bonnes mrtv be t tkan.. Season the flsh
j with salt rnd a little scraped onion
if desired Lay tho strips, ono bv
I one, in ?n egg beaten and . diluted
I with four tablespoonfuls of milk,
i then pat on ore side, then on the
1 other. In sifted soft bread crumbs.
, Holl tho flirts compactly; cook In
'deep hot fat. Diain on soft paper.
Dr. E. G. Wisecarver
Dr. P. M. Noel
Seventh nnd Slain Streets
MEDICINE AND SUHOERr.
206 I. O. O. F. Bldg.
DR. G. A. MXSSEY
Sucrtur to Hr. Truax
Suit i!00. 1. O. O. F. Uldjt
. Oflice phone SOJ
lies Phone hO.M
j EL PASO, Tc., Mar. 25. Cadets
of the military school of Chupultc-
pec, drawn up on tho drill field of
j Mexico's West Point, solemnly swero
allegiance to the rlag of Mexico, held
aloft hy President Vonustiano Car
ranza, as part of tho ceremonies in
honor of tho oponing of tho Institu
tion, held in Mexico City recently,
according to i:celsior. The school
had boen closed for ten jears.
The oath of allegiance was admin
istered as tho cannon of the citadel
fired .i salute of 21 guns In honor
of tho anniversary of tho constitu
tions of 1S57 nnd of 1917, which oc
curred tho samo day.
For Your Favorite
Phone 176J 10 Main St.
420 Main St. (New Dlds. Latsr)
nn. a. A. souijE,
420 Main 1909 Main
We Do All Kinds of Spring Repair
ing New Ones Made to Order
Axle Straightening and
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Phone 250-Y 617 Klamath Ave.
Dr. Maud lngersoll Haw ley
First National Bank Building
Entrance, Room 5
729 Main St.
Jack Monrow, Prop.
Cigars, Tobacco, Soft Drink,
Peel and Milliards
Barber Shop in oCnnectlon
"Courtesy nnd Service"
SAW MILL ENGINEERING it
Designers ami builders of mod
ern Saw .Mills, Planlug .Milts, llox
Plants. Complete planus tontract
ed. Appraisals and reports made.
Dredging. We contract to build
any da.ss of a building uud Install
machinery of any kind.
Drafting of any kind done. Illue
Prints made. PHONE 14UJ
Oflice in K. D. Building
Klamath Lodge No. 137
I. O. O. F.
Moots Friday night of oach week at
I. O. O. F. hall, tith and Main streets.
Hyman Weschler, N. G.j W. C. Wells,
Secretnry; W. D. Cofor, Treasurer.
Kwauna Encampment No. 46. 1. O
O. F.. meets Tuesday nlKht of each
week nt I. O. O. F.,hall. W. H. North, f
O. P.; w. D. Cofer, Scribe; Fred
Bueslng, Treasurer, '
COMPANY 517 Mulu
ARTHUR R, WILSON
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 Pine
THE USE OF theso columns will
make money for you
Warren Hunt Hospital Pharmacy j
Fourth and Pine Streets In the Hospital