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ATVKOAT, AUGUST II, 1990
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
Domestic Science Department
Avncmr Jeencr AinpcAv
SfJfrrj' Flour C.
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The Tcmpolnt Pen
ha the point that
won't weaken in the
strongest hand or
Due to a special
which also gives the
gold pen a steeMike
hnrdness and flexi
bility. Writes at first touch.
The famous Wahl
Comb Feed auto
flow of ink for any
and keeps pen moist
for instant writing.
The Perfect Pointed
A fittinc writing mate
to the Evcnharp Pencil,
nude by the tame con.
eern. Made In both Slf
Filling and Screw Joir.t
styles. Price. $2.50 nod
Come and try It. Learn
bow different asd better
saa can be.
THE SECRET OF SUCCESS IN CANNING IS CARE!
PANNING (rult or vegetables It not cloth This process Klei tho food
. a complicated process. There are 'a more thorough cleansing; makes
certain essentials for successful can- peeling, when necessary, uti easy
nlng. and If these arc carefully cb- matter; Improves tho tcxturo ami
served thero Is smalt chance for fall-, produces a clearer liquid. Ilettdcs
uro. IVrfeet sterllliatlon la the; all this It shrinks either fruits or
secret of success. All ingredients! vegetables, making them nuiro flex-
should be clean and fresh, and all thnMble and much easier to pack In t
i utensils used should be stcrlllied;
that Is free from all mold or Kerms
which cause or promote decay. To
secure Immunity from terms It Is
necessary to thoroughly scald and
boll all containers, covers, rubbers,
funnels, dippers, spoens and kettles.
In fact everything which Is used dur
ing the process.
Tho materials to bo canned must
be carefully picked over and thor
oughly washed. An accumulation of
dust, mold or decayed portions on the
Ingredients to be canned, even If
slight, will affect the result. Theso
essentials are necessary, no matter
what method of canning Is used.
9. whHthor br tho old-fashloncd open-
kettle methed or by the more modern
cold-pack process, which Is favored
by tho United States government.
Star Drug Store
Fifth aad Mala Streets
Jars solid The length of time for
blanching depends upon tho ago
Cold dipping Is placing tho fruit or J
v...ln)itii far ntt Invfittll milv Ititft :
cold water. This makes tint food
crisp and further aids In shrinkage: (
also preserves color und flavor.
Tho food Is then packed as closely
as possible In tho sterlllted Jars.
lover mo Tcgeiauies ivxcepi itniin
toes) to o erf lowing with boiling
water nml nltow n teaspoon of salt to
'each quart Jar of wgetablcs.
rla.nui riitiluir. tiv alfimllnt- ttr
a mlnuto In boiling water, allowing
pno teaspoon soda for each quart of
water. Adjust rubber, then screw'
top partially on Jar. If using a glass
top Jar with wlro clamp placo the!
cover on and ralsa both clamps. Tho '
upper ono will hold tho top in placo. .
Placo the Jars on a rock In a bolter or
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Three Prime Factors
Thero arc three kinds of plant life
which cause foods to spoil, mold,
yeasts and bacteria, and theso organ-jcanncr. Have water about tho torn
Isms are floating everywhere In thofpc,raturo of tho Jars and fill boiler to
air. To preserve food It must bo put 'about two Inches of tho tops of the
Into a condition which Is free from Jars. Cover tho boiler to keep In tho
all organism and bo put where thesj'steam and.count the tlmo for process
germs can net reach It. Molds are Ing from tho time tho water begins to
the only visible plant life and thrive boll and keep constantly at tho boil
In dampness and darkness. They Ing point tho required length of tlmo.
grow more frequently where rfcld Is' At tho end cf this tlmo lift Jars
present, so are more often found ou 'from tho water, tighten tho covers se
tomatoes, or fruits. Tho Invisible?' curely at onco. Itoturn to tho hot
spores causing molds aro In the air water thla tlmo, completely submcrg
everywhere and develop upon foods Ing them for 10 minutes. I.lft from
which are left exposed. Moist heat the water, tighten covers again mid
will kill molds, so tho method of ster-' cool, avoiding a draft which might
Mixing food In Jnrs or cans nnd seal- cause tho Jars to crack. Inverting
OREGON WOOLEN 1' onco Prevents trouble with tho jars win no a iinai test as 10
MUlKUnPliriU'aD( on t,e surface 'o'f rrull and veto- Store In a cool, dry, dark place.
tables. When canned food ferments, 'Tomatoes, peas, lima beans and c:rn
yeast Is present. Molit heat at the are greatly Improved by adding a
of sugar to vuch pint of
While a large
Ore., Aug. 21.'
proportion of tho
wiml.n mill. In It.. ... ... .lit... SiraracriUB JJUini will UBUUI.jr mil Ull liWH
.hat down .t the present time " J vegetables, adding tho sugar and salt
running slack an account of lack of Bac,erla are not ' ea1" destroy.; at th Mm "no-
business, those In tbls territory are"ea " mom ana 'caau ana can on,r,TTcr. Rnhhnr Rintrq
running their normal caoacltr andl" kIIIeJ .ubjoctlng them to a Use KUbbd KlIlRS
moisj nest ni tne nciung point iori Rubber rings should bo now cacn,
different lengths of time. Kxperlcnco' season. To open a Jar of food easily,!
some maintaining double shifts, a re
port presented here shows. Through
the establishment of a local market
The Cletrac Meets the Rush
You're faced with a short season, loads of
work, unsettled weather, horses soft after
winter idleness help scarce and costly.
Put a Cletrac on the job! Push it to the limit day anil
night if necessary. It speeds up plowing throws the sort
over in well-pulverized furrow slices that hold the nioisturef
and lessen seed-bed work later.
After plowing, the Cletrac rides tlic soft earth with a light,
6urc tread prepares the seed-bed in the fast, thorough way;
that produces bigger crops.
Come in and look this tractor over. Sec for yourself its
sturdy construction. Let us show you what it will do for.
you on your own farm. "
WALLACE WOODS, AGENT
R. R. R. GARAGE
This Tractor is now on display on garage floor.
KLAMATH AVE., NEAR 9TH KLAMATH FALLS
has proved that when the vegetables' Immcrso tho cover In warm water
the establishment of a local market""" """-" " -" - --,iiuinerj w ..- ... -.... """ i s
It has been possible to recently d-are ""lilted " " " -jnd gradually add boiling water, let-
relop a largo yarn and knitting ln-Hn ,h" r "ady to seal ,,g Jars stand a few minutes; "'n!,T,oni
dustry. As an experiment, directs"1"1 "" ur8BBm 'BU
trade with both South America and
China has been opened up by an Ore
gon mill and It has been ascertained
that these fields are practical, offer
desirable business and that the mills
on the coast hold advantages In
reaching them. '
Very little romovo and cover can cosily bo re-
A thoroughly equipped Institution
affording unexcelled facilities for tbi
scientific treatment by hospital metb
ods of medical, surgical and obstet
The new and modern fireproof build
lag contains private rooms for bee
aad ambulatory rases, complete!)
equipped examination and treatmon'
rooms. Roentgen Ray, clinical anr
WARREN HUNT, If. O.
L. L. TRUAX, H. D.
GEO. A. MASSEY. If. D.
FOURTH AND PINE 8TS.,
KLAMATH FALLS. ORB.
s ox-'Ing ttrrnro reached out and hlll'd. TOW.NH OIUJANIZK TO
and which now stick out through tho (JKT (J(HI IIKHIVV.W
Tho Grand has become tho park's crust llku whlto caudles. Occasion-!
most powerful goyser. It Is playing ally a deer can bo seen and photo-' IIANKH, Ore., Aug, 31 In an of-
once or twlco each day and for 10 tojgraphed nibbling tho salty encrusta- tort to urouso Interest In construction
30 minutes affords a magnificent tlons from tho trees. of ,n,nml hl5hway from ,.ornml
For tho cold pack method cf can-, flavor Is nover so good; but It one
nlng the food Is cooked In tho Jars! possesses tho fruit and the present
until sterilized. Tbls Is called pro-'prlco of sugar makes canning Im-
cesslng. When processing Is com-, possible, by all means can the (f rult
plete the Jars or containers must bo .to save It. Or, If using sugar make a
sealed immediately to prevent the en-'syrup of one part sugar to four parts
trance of germs. Vegetables require 'water. Add tho sugar to the water,
a much longer period of sterilization' which should be hot; boll about three
than fruits. The cold-pack method 'minutes, or until tho sugar Is dls
requires flvo precesses: Scalding or sclvcd. Pour this hot syrup over the
blanching, cold dipping, packing In fruit after it Is packed In tho Jars
Jars, sterilizing and sealing. Ln,i .hen proceed as for tho vere-
Scoldlng or blanching consists of1. ... ,,,. ,,. .., ,,,,
plunging the fruit or vegetables Into- ' ' ., ' , .
boiling water for a short tlrrio. The 8rrup- A memum syrup is mauo oi
Ingredients should be placed in a 'ono part sugar to two or tbrco parts
wire basket or a square of cheese
Astoria, passing through Korost
loss has followed this rule where tho, moved. '
vegetables were in good condition! Krult will keep equally well put up
and not withered or old. Only young, (either with cr without sugar. When
icnuer, iresa Tegciau.es can ue sue- canned wunoui sugar mo sugar may . ,....., , n .,. - ,., . ... -
cessfully canned. o added later when needed. The .""""" "' " ' """"'" "' "",'""" "'""" ' . . , . . o
waiur aw iK vi, 111 iiuikiii. wmiim is i Kruwii iu a Kri-ui iiiuuuu u nci i
exceeded by flvo to 12 distinct orup- 'high, has a tiny assistant, an "off-,arovo- Hanks, Manning, lluxton, Hco-
Olsnt and Giantess havo been 'spring" to quete: tho pun of n visitor, :,,u", anu lernonia. a highway umo
fine exhibitions. Constant 'which bubbles merrily at tho original' c'n'n having zOO members has Just
has discontinued operations. Its ac-'lovcl of the paront spring, affording 'Ken oganuea in. this section, A
ilvlty apparently transferred to the! a comprehensive vlow of how tho,bl meeting has been called for Au
Whirligig directly across tho foot- terraces havo been built. t gust 18 when stato officials wd nip-
path. Mud Holler has changed Its Mineral springs In tho park. .' resenlntlves of stato-wldn organlzn-
toctlcs and Is discharging water thut eluding tho uppolllnnrls and Iron. ,,"" w'" uo P'eni to near tho plan
TJtADK WITH OltlK.NT
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PORTLAND, Oro., Aug. 21. An
other step in foreign trado expansion
from this port was taken by the
steamer West Nlvarlo, the first to
load with a general cargo for north
China points. She is carrying, In
addition to lumber, wheels, trucks
and stringers for railroad cars on
lines being built in Manchurian ter
ritory by the Japanese occupants.
Is almost clear. Scores of smaller 'springs and tho hot soda spring,,
geysers aro constantly In action undwhlch aro eagerly sought by visitors!
of course Old Faithful, which attalns'doslrlng to drink tho waters, aro pro
a height of 12S to 170 foot, Is ob-'duclng in great quantities. I
served hourly by persons from nil
parts of the world as In former years, i
At Mammoth Hot Springs, tho
headquarters of thu park admlnlstru-
A classified Ad will sell It,
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A J I VlssssssssssssUrJ
HIIIP YOUR CASES
or parcels by our transfer
service. That will Insure
that they will be carefully
handled and that they will
always reach boat or train
on time. We don't believe
in any last minute ship
ments. We always get there
in plenty of time to make
sure the goods we carry will
not be left behind.
Western Transfer Co.
419 Main St. J
YELLOWSTONE PARK, Wyo,
Aug. 21. Interesting changes have
dovoloped this year in the natural
wonders of Yellowstone national
park. Led by Old, Faithful geyser,
which has shortened the Interval of
Its performances by almost a quarter
of n hour, and Is now playing every
64 minutes, the geysers and hot
springs are on their best behavior,
promising a season of unsurpassed
beauty, as If mindful that the num
ber of visitors is expected to exceed
'100,000 for tho first time in the his
tory of tho park.
Unusual depth of snow during the
winter, followed by a rainy spring,
Ih believed to be responsible for the
brilliance of the natural phenomena.
Abundant moisture has been stored
In the underground passages feeding
the geysers and spnngs to enable
tion, the terrarcs are a murvol of
gorgeous coloring where tho hot wa
ter ripples over the unique forma
tions. With the single exception of
'Minerva Terrace, which is less splen
did than In past years, all of the ter
races are performing In great volume
Cleopatra apparently Is trying to
'mako up for Minerva's deficiency by
starting a new channel where tho
coloring changes dally.
Jupiter, for many years the finest
of all the terraces, has lost his Iead-
saically named Pulpit Terrace, which
is sending more water than ever from
Its sapphire pool over a serlos of
beautifully curved basins, fretted and
colored like some old Gothic ca-vlng,
until more than 200 feet belosr a
Ml INSIDE BATH
MAKES YOU LOOK
Say a glass of hfjt water with
phosphate before breakfast
fcecps Ulntttt away,
Whero n pall of smnko hangs over
nn Industrial city, It diminishes tho
iimount of sunlight by at least 20
A classified Ad will noil It.'
Physicians the world over recom
mend the Inside bath, declaring this
is of vastly mors Importance than
orshlp, being surpassed by tho pro-U0res do not absorb Impurities Into
the blood, causing 111 heslth, while
the pores la the tea yards of bowels
Men and women are urged to
drink each morning, before break
fast, a glass of hot water with a
toaspooDfut of limestone Phosphate
ls it asi am tiasmilaaa Mains nf hatn.
.nnH.,l. I. ,o.r.h whl.k I.U. ik.1 " " """ "" uo.K-
............ .- .-v.. ...,. .-. ,,au 1 ing to wash from the stomach, liver,
kidneys ana bowels the previous
day's Indigestible material, poisons,
warm waters from all tho springs
into the open air bathing pool.
Hymen Terraco Is attracting groat
attention because of tho abundance
and exquisite shapo of tho algae,' or
microscopic plants, which givo tho
terraces tholr color. Nowhere olso
In tho park aro to be found tmch
graceful formations, flouting. In tho
water liko ostrich plumes of delicat)
green. Angei Terraco has developed
a rjen pinic coloring, mucn like a
bJrtbday cake, a rosomblanco nn-
hanced by the treos which the grow-
sour bile and toxins; thus cloanslng,
swootonlng and purifying tho alimen
tary canal bofora eating more food.
Thoso who wake up with bad
brontli, coated tongue, nasty taste
or have a dull, aching hoad, sallow
comploxion, acid stomach; others
who have bilious attacks or consti
pation, should obtain a quartor
pound of llmostono phosphate at the
drug store. This will cost very little
but Is sufficient to show tho value of
A Herald Waat Ad will sJl it
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YOUR NEW SUIT
will stand Inspection and command
approbatloa if you have us tailor It
for you from our exclusive fabrics la
our accustomed superior style. Wa
guarantee a perfoct fit always, Tho
wearer of a suit mads by us has
always the satisfaction of feeling
himself perfectly dressed.
CHAS. J. CIZEK
tit Main Street