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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 7, 1920)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
fiATtRDAY, AUGUST T, 1
Bi I HHf rrt fciilU Uii EgEEEgEEEEEHMgfl
with Charlotte Greenwood, In the Chautauqua
Building, Ashland, Oregon, Friday, August 13.
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In scurlng fruits for imiklng Jul-,
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aomvwhat uiider-rlpo. Thu Jolly,
making quality In fruit Is known ns
pectin and Is present when tho fruit
Is either ripe or Junt turning rlpo If
tho fruit Is ovrr-rlpo tho pectin dis
appears, nnd It will tin Imposslblo to
nukn satisfactory Jelly This pectin
Is somewhat like gelatine, as It dis
solves In boiling liquid an if stiffens
upon cooling Thn fruits best stilt
ed for Jelly making aro currants,
plums, quinces, crabapples, grape
bXL .w a
and apples. Those fruits will makci pressure of thn bulk of tho fruit on
a perfect Jelly If not used over-ripe it lie amttll end. Hang the big so tho
Fruits In which pralnls lacking
must bo combined with those rich In
this Jelly-making quality. Thn nov
ice In housekeeping usually shirks
from Jelly making, but If rules aro
carefully studied and only a small
quantity attempted at ono time the
process will bo found Tory simple
and tho results satisfactory.
Oood Jelly Should
ftataln Hliar of Mold
A good Jelly should be bright In
color, and clear. When removed
front tho glass It should ratlin the
nape of the mold and bo tendor
nough to quiver without breaking.
Whon making currant Jelly use
from two to four quart of fruit for
one utensil. A greater quantity
takes too long to briag to the right
heat and both' the color and flavor
f the Jelly wilt be Impared. Wash
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Domcstir Science AJreefar
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IA JOLLY THING
fruit well, remote stems and dlicard
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fruits, such as grapes and currants.
use no water, Cut hard fruits Into1
small pieces and uso about three
cups of water to each pound of fruit
Conk tho fruit slowly until tho Juice
begins to flow, then crush with a
Mooden potato mashes.
As soon an the fruit Is tender ro
mure from tho fire and pour Into a
Jelly bag to drain. A pointed three
cornered bag Is best, as It lets the
Julco drain from tho corners with the
I Julco may drip. When nearly nil the
Julco bus been strained through tho
bug may bo squeezed. This last
Julco which bus been squeezed
through tho Jolly bag should bo kept
by Itself as tho Jelly mudo from this
Julco will not bo as clear as that
which has been nllowod to drip. If
the fruit Is ovorcookod It will pro
duce a cloudy Jelly.
Iiuc Ctxiklim TVniN
To lmtny IVctla
Measure tho Julco, and for each
cup allow three-fourths cup of sugar,
The sugar should bo placed on shal
low pan and warmed (lightly In the
oven. Reboot thn fruit Juice, and
wheu It reaches the boiling point add
the sugar Immediately. Cook rapid
ly about five minute, removing
acuta aa It appear. Long cooking
111 darken the jelly and tend to
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destroy tlio pectin, which will cause
thn finished product to ho Iom firm.
To (Ictornijnrf whop iho Jolly tin
rookod sulllrloiitly, drop a teaspoon
of tlio syrup on u (old pinto. If tlio
Jolly stiwio Is t cached thn nyritp
will thlcki'ii dllKlitly In u fow sec
onds, Ituinnvo from the flro nt onto
ami pour Into hot, strrlllrod Jolly
glasses nnd not imldu to cool. Cool
iih rapidly "An poshIMq to avoid dust,
which will en u no mould. Whon cold
pour mollod pnrnltlno ovar tlio top,
rover, nloro In a cool, dark, dry
.felly iMrrinrnti-t If
Hloird Too lont
Jolly deteriorate In color, toxturo
kind flavor If stored for a long period.
Whon Jolly lit iioft and syrupy, too
much miliar him linen mod, or the
nyrup linn not boon cooked long
enough after sugar was added. If
toiiKh or stringy, too little sugar linn
been used or tlio nyrup wus boiled
after tlio Jolly stage had been reach-
The cleaner tlio fruit that is, of
stoma or loaves, tho brighter and
clearer tho Jolly will be. Prepare
glasses boforo making tho Jelly. Af -
lor washing woll, place glasses In a
pan of cob! water, set orer the Are
ind when boiling point Is' reached
allow to boll tlfte.fi minutes. Just
boforo filling glasses with the boll-
Ing syrup set them upright In a pan
of hot water, placing a thick pad of
cloth In the bottom of tho pan. This
method of handling glasses will pro-
Jellies and Jams That En
liven the Daily Menu
Cut mnt Ji-ll)'
I'Ick ouir currants, stem and wash,
discarding ull tho Imperfect fruit,
place In u prexxrtlng kettle, crush,
lug slightly. Cook slowly until cur-'
rums uru ienuor. i uur iiuu J'--
"ag und strain Measure juico onu
r"1,ujt' Wn,'n bolll,,B l,olnl U r-,ach
on ana iioaiod sugar, inreo-iourius
cup to each cup of Julco and cook
rapidly about tlvo minutes, whon tho
rup'may bo tested by dropping olberrcl whon tho JuIc)J drawn
'Himiinful nn a cold nlalo. If tho lolly .... ..... . .. . .
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atugo Is roacliod, rumovo rrom the
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planes. Cool, pour melted paraf
Itlno over the top, cover and store In
a cool, dry place.
Itemovo the grapes from tho stems,
wash and put In a preserving kottle
ovor a slow tiro and allow to simmer
until thu fruit is tender; then pour
Into a bag and drain off all the Julco.
For each cup of Julco allow 'three
fourths cup of sugar, lloat sugar In
the oven. Ilrlng grapo Juice to the
bolting point, then add hoated sugar
mil let boll until a little of tho s)rup
wilt Jolly when dropped on a cold
Plato. I'our Into hot glosses and
cool; pour nwlted parafllne ovor the
top, cover and store In a cool, dry
Currant nnd llaopbcrry
Use two-third currants to one-
third raspberries and proceed as for
Wipe apples, remove stem' and
btossomti and cut in quarter. Put
la a1 preserving kettle, cover the fruit
with cold water aad cook alowly un
til fruit la soft. Poor Into a Jelly
ha and drain. Measure Juice and
allow to boil about' twenty minute '
then add the ( heated sugar, allowing
three-fourth' cup to each cup of
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about .our Jtadgot l'lmt.
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We'll show you how,
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Julco; then boll about five minutes.
Hklm boforo and aftor adding sugar.
Tost anil, pour Into hot Jolly glomes.
Applo Jolly may bo used as aliovo for
fruits which lack poctlu,
Applo Mint .felly
Follow applo Jelly formula, adding
a fow loaves of mint to tho apples
Wiuih nnd stom tho fruit and, If
rather largo, cut In halves. Cover'
with boiling wntor and took until'
tender. Pour Into Jolly bag nndj
drain. Measure Julco and sugar, ill-1
lowing tlireo-fourths cup of sugar to
each cup of Julco. Ilrlng the Julco
to tho boiling point, add sugar; boll
until syrup Jolllos. I'our Into, hot
glaxxoH; cool, and then pour molted
p.trairino over top. Cover and store.
Holect under-ripe plum; wash
and cover with boiling water and
cook until tendor; pour Into Jolly
bo and drain, Use equal measure
of sugar and Juice, ftttlbhing as for
j Kliubarb Jam
Cut off ends and remove strings of
jsklo, but do not completely peal the
'fruit. Cut In Inch slices, measure!
"d coyer with an equal quantity of
I sugar, iet stantj several bourt; then
bolt about thirty minutes after the
boiling point Is reached; then allow
to slmmor gently for thirty minutes
more. For each live pounds of fruit
add tho grated rind and Juice of a
lemon and one-fourth pounl of
blanched sliced almonds.
.Strawberry Jam '
Hull, wash and drain berries;
place In preserving kettlo over the
flro and let heat very slowly until
barrios aro soft; add sugar, allowing
threo-fourtus pound to each pound
of fruit. Cook until thick and store
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twenty minutes after boiling com
mences. Turn the berries Into agate
pan or eartheuwaro plates, cover
with pane of glass and set In tho
sun. Lot stand two days, stirring
two or three tlmei each day. Store
without reheating In Jar or glasses.
The time of cooking may be cut
Tor mill and factory workers, loggers and all others
employed in the timber' industry in Klamath Falls
Saturday, Aug. 7, at 8 p. m.
Harry Wood, Vice President, and Phillip Holden
and Harry Call, General Organizers, International
Union of Timberworkers, affiliated with 'the Amer
ican' Federation of Labor.
The speakers have a message of special importance
for the timberworkers and all people of the city of
Klamath Falls. Everybody is cordially invited to be
present. Good speakers. Good music. Admission
free. EIGHT HOURS FOR WORK. EIGHT
HOURS FOR REST. EIGHT HOURS TO DO AS
WE WILL ... ....
down to ten minute If the fruit Is
to be left In tho sun a day or two
EAT LESS MEAT
Take a Class of Halts to Flush Kid.
ncy If bladder bother
Eating meat regularly eventually
produces kidney trouble In some
form or other, says a well-known
authority, because the uric acid in
meat excites the kidney, they be
come overwerked: get sluggish; clog
up and cause all sorts of distress,
particularly backache, and misery In
the kidney region; rheumatic
twinges, severe headaches, acid stom
ach, constipation, torpid llrer, sleep
lessness? bladder and urinary Irrita
tion. The moment your back hurt or
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Prices are right. 6-tt
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