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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
SATURDAY, OCTOBKR 8, 1
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Juit arrived, a large shipment c" EL-ROI-TAN
X Cigars. All sizes, all shapes. The cigar that pleases
X the particular smoker.
Buy them at
Pastime Billiard Hall
ALNUTT & MOODY, Proprietors
On Main Street, Between 7th and 8th t
fir"' ,' "'wm
Jjomestic Science fjeparimeni
Domestic Science AJrector
Sftrrfy Fhur Co.
CHEESEDO YOU USE ENOUGH OF IT?
THE HEIDER TRACTOR
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-Disking on Graham -Bros. Marsh
Is there, more difficult gojng anywhere? Yet the
HIEDER walks' right ulong with'f uy load as though it were
easy. The'explanation is sturdy simplicity of construction
and excess' r)ower.
Thrso cool September day arc a warning lo tha careful
barer that winter' Is' coming and that tka tlma la bow ripe
' tor TJUYINCWOOD.
V- WINTER W COhfJNO
Plscuosr'waers'wlth us now for Green Slab and Black
Wood wbllVlhW'tumuier prleea ara on, for bad roads ara
' sureVbttut''navances In yrlte BUY NOW.
O. Peyton & Co.
WOOD TO BORN
m '..Wo. do not sell current! wo aril service.
W" slbean't K?
If the Wood Dealer
Thai sound odd
Well, auppose the wood dealer sold service Instead of wood, ho
' wpnll tend to your furnace and your range, take away- the ahc
' 'and clean the flaes. Yon would buy eo much heat.
,Now jrou bay ao mmch light, although jron pay according; to tha
(or you by Uitoj
"'numae, von coanuM. Bat tho service la navfa
' coutpany at tha subetatieae and sower plants.
1 That to what wa want to 8ve jrou fftclet aeretoe. It la tha
"'ah at this company to hare noao bat Battened easterners. No
' nutter what It to. If yoa have a grievance, or, ana diaaatlaSted about
year bill or do not undcrftaad oar rates, please coma la and aea
aa or writ aa aboat It.
If yoa have any sagfcetloaa to make, .we wtM gladly avail oar.
rea of them aa oar aba la oeaetaatty to Uissmo r aerrlee ta
you aa faat aa tha devetoaateat of science aad ha
i aMMty permit.
THfS possibilities of cheeso com
bnlod with othor food materials
oro numeroui nnd thoso combination
may be sorvlcd In ploco of meat.
Cheeso littH twlco tba food valuo of
moat; thorn In cnmpnratlvaly no
waste, nnd It tin tlio advantage of
koopltiK (uallllcN nnd reqtilrcsn vory
llttlo preliminary preparation. Kven
with thu prevailing high price,
chooiw will bo found economical when
compared with cthor food of equal
nutrltlvu vnluo. The dlffcrunt varlo-
tics of cheese ore lined chlofly for
their flavor, nnd ucd In nuch mall
rjtinntltlcn, havo very little value in
thu diet oilier than to muku tho meal
attractive) ami palatablo. Cream or
soft cht'cso I uiunlly sorved In this
munn'jr and Is more easily dlgoitcd
than hard cliooio,
Ono reason, porhaps, why cheese I
not moru commonly used a n muat
subktltutu I dun to tho fact that bo
cuuso of It concentration It I not
easily dlgestod. Thl, howovor, may
lio larsuly overcome by KrntlnK or
cutting Into small bit when melted
with milk, or In combination with
other Inxrcdlonts. A wry small
funnllty of baking soda Is an Aid In
muklnR cheeso solublo.
Chccsu can bo uvurcookud; It I
hardened by high heat and caro
should bo taken that tho food mate
rial combined with cbocso bo thor
oughly cooked be f oro tho combina
tion I mode If merely molted,
chcpso Is probably as digestible, If
used moderately, as many cooked
meats; but when It has boon over
heated In cooking It usually contains
burned fnts. This causus Indigestion
and the blame should not bo laid to
the composition of tho food but to
In planning menus, ot which chocso
forms tho main dish, supply crisp
vegetables, such a lettuce, colery.
fruit salad, and for dessert some
thing light, either fresh or cooked
fruit or gelatin, plain cookie or
fruit shortcake. If cheeso I sused
In quantity It Is necessary to dimin
ish other protcld and fat 'food In
order that the meal may not be too
hearty. Vegetables and soup may
bo cookod with cheese, and In such
dlsne tho cheeso Is added for both
nutritive value and flavor.
The housewlfo whose family Is
fuud uf chuiwu cmii find uu almost un
limited variety .of combinations. To
keep cheese froo from mold, wrap In
a slightly damp cloth and keep cool
Two teaspoons butter or substi
tute, two tablespoons flour, one cup
milk, one cup cheese cut In piece,
one-halt teaspoon salt, one-fourth
teaspoon mustard, cayenne pepper.
Melt butter, add flour and cook un
til bubllng, add cold milk and stir
constantly until thick; add cheese
and stir until melted. Season with
paprika, salt and Worcestershire
sauce and serve on slices of breed
toasted on one side, pouring the
rarebit over tho untoastod side.
Macaroni and Ctierac
una cup macaroni, uronen in smaii
ploces and well washed, six cups boil
ing water, half teaspoon salt.
Cook macaroni In boiling salted
water until tender; drain and prepare
I with tho following sauce: Two table
spoons butter or substitute, 2 table
spoons flour, ono cup milk, ono-half
cup grated chocao, ono-half teaspoon
salt, ono-half cup bread crumbs.
Melt buttor, add flour; cook until
frothing; add cold milk, stirring con
stantly until thick. Season. Put
macaroni, suace and cheeso In layers
In n buttored baking dish, cover with
crumbs moistened with meltod buttor
and hake In a moderate oven until
crumbs aro brown.
Cheeso Toast and Karon
Melt two tablespoons buttor, add
two tablespoons flour and cook until
frothy, then add one cup cold milk,
stirring until thick; season and add
ono-half cup grated cheese; stir until
choose It melted, then pour over
slices ot toast and.place two pieces of
bacon fried until vcrlsp on top of
Baked Rice' and Cheese
Two cup cooked rice, one cup
strained tomatoes, one-halt teaspoon
salt, one-half green popper, chopped;
green pepper finely chopped, ono tea
spoon salt, one-fourth teaspoon pop-
por nnd a little paprika. Grodno a
brcadpan and put In half tho mix
ture. I'lac'o strip of pimento over
thn top, add the rest of the meat and
bakn In amoilerato over about 40
minutes. Herve with molds of hot
boiled rlco and tomnto sauce.
Onn cup cottage cheeso, onn-fourth
cup k u car, two ckk yolk, wnll beat
en; one tablespoon butter, melted;
ono-bnlf cup sccdlcis raisins. '
Mix Ingrodlcnt as named; lino
pastry tins or a rlpo plate with
pastry, fill with mixture and bako In
a slow oven.
Two cups stalo bread crumbs, two
cups milk, two tablespoon .butter or
substitute, ono cup dried cheese, two
eggs well beaten, ono-half teaspoon
salt, onc-olnhth teaspoon paprika.
Scald milk, add crumbs and re
maining Ingredients, mix woll, turn
Into n lettered baking dish and
bako in a moderate oven.
Ono and a half cups scalded milk,
thrco eggs, two-thirds cup sugar, ono
and a half cups cottago cheese, one
teaspoon almond flavoring,.
Heat eggs separately, add sugar to
yolks and beat until creamy; then
pour hot milk over tho mixture, add
cheese and flavoring; then fold in
tho well-beaten egg whites, line a
deep pan with pastry, pour in tho
mixture and bako In a moderate
CIIICL'IT COUIIT XOTK8
Suit for divorce was filed In tho
circuit court last evening by C. T.
Weedon against Mable P. Wcedon.
(Irant Smith has filed suit against
Thomas O. Smith to collect (1210,
tho alleged unpaid balance ot a loan
ot I1C10 mode June X, 1914.
DKTttOIT WINS, 5 TO 4
DKTKOIT, Oct. 2. Cleveland
lost the first game of the four game
baseball series with Detroit yesterday
day. The score was S to 4.
XOTICK TO CRRDITOIIM
one teaspoon onion Juice, one-fourth
cup grated cheese.
Add all ingredients, except cheese
to rice. Heat to boiling point, aud
Just before serving add cheese, mix
ing In well with two fork.
Meat' Loaf Creole
To one and oae-half pound chop
pod beef add one-half pound chopped
veal and one-fourth pound chopped
saltworks mix with one onion, one
Notice Is hereby given tbnt tho
undersigned has been duly t ointcd
administrator of the estate of John
D. Griffith, deceased, by the County
Court of the State ot Oregon, for
Ktuiualu County and all ersons hav
ing claims acalnst said estate. nr
hereby directed to present same to
said administrator at the Law Office
ot Geo. Chastatn. Klamath Falls,
Oregon, duly verified, within six
months from the date of this notice.
Dated October 1st, 1920.
W. E. GRIFFITH
Administrator ot the estate of
John D. Gilfflth,' deceased.
Threaded ftubbrr In
eulatloB la aa bnportaet
to the storage battery aa
the tungsten alament to
to the electric light. There
are other limitation aad
other ftUsaent but Boat
that serve quite ao well.
The Still Better W1W.
lard Battery the eely,
one with Thraadad Jtub
bar nsuafon has
been selected by 136
manufacturers of can and
MXK 1IIVKR I1ATTKRY STATION
7th & Klamath
Home Cooked Meals
SHORT ORDERS AT
Mrs. E. Mi Bechdoldt
823 Main St
Looasto Bid, Kiaaata ratal
Dc. A. RAKBO
h o. o. w.
Klamath Falb Cyclery
We handle the beat In oar line,
such as Motorcycle, .Bicycle,
Parte and Accessories, TQoodyear,
Pennsylvania and Diamond Tire
and Tube. The house of the
two and three whoelers. Includ
ing Harley-Davldson Berries.
i IB H. vth B.
Office Phone 177W Res 177R
Dr. H. D. Llojrd Stewart
Physician and Sargeoa
Klamath Fall Oregon
dr. f. r: GODDARD
Osteopathic Physician and
Office and Residence
L 0. 0 P. Temple
327 MAIN STRtvETHf
Open 10 a. m. to 3 p. m. Sundays
E. D. LAMB
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Dr. E. G. Wisecarrer
Dr. P. M. Noai
Room 1 and 8
DR. T.C CAMPBELL
PHTSICIAN AND SUBOKOsT
Residence White Petlena Hotel
Reeideaee Phone I.
DR. L. L. TRUAX
WAKREN HUNT HOSPITAL
Day Phone, 497 Night Phono, 841
SAW hflXIi ENGINBERINa 41
of Klamath Pott Na. i.
American' LegJoa, will ha
held at 8 o'clock a. at., at
:he ity Ball la Khuaath Falls, aa
the cond and fourth Tuesdays of
each month. All Comrades are Invited.
Thoaa dextrine: to loin the Post
may secure applloatloa blanks trom
n B TT. Slu. T...1 Ml.kntann uk
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T. K. Caraahaa. all of aUaasath Fail.
FRKD NIOBOLSON. Saereury.
1 am now aresared ta waath
Bhaau Saad traai tha Hoerl'.Caiit..
d aad graTet alt, ta any ejaaatity
stay aa aaaired ay saasraaters
builders. f '
Tha oethr plats wlMr y
can gat bain and tha only
placa wkci you can get
1034 MAIN ST.
box alaata. Dredgl. Ttte arivlac.
OCflea Comer Bmttammi
Let Your GLASS tobies
Ti Tlrilni sail raaiiil
Eleventh and Pine j
NEW CITY LAUNDRY
ROUGH DRY '
"Put Your Duds
In Our Suds"
Corner Main and Conger
feeU Friday night of each; week at
O. O. F. ball, fith and Main treats.
H. Ogle, N. Q.: W. O. Wells. See-
stary; W. D; Cofer, Treaaurer.
Ewauna Encampment No.(46,I. O.
. F., meets Tuesday night .of 'each
reek at I. O. O. F. hall." Harry
ucks, C P.: W. D. Cofer! Scribe:
red Bueelng, Treasurer. '
Dr. Lois C Bridges
10 to 12 a. m., 2 to. 6 p. m. J
111 6th St, Suite 105
Over First State Savings Bauk
Prompt Service and Reasonable
Rates; abo Special Rate oa Oat
ot Towa Trip
ARTHUR R. WOJKM
W. E. 4b J. E. '
Res. Phone 6S1-R 1SS N. 4th St. I
Location Al. Must sell
owing to other business.
See 1008 Main St
THE ARCADE HOTEL
M8JM4 MAST ST.
The nlaea with hoaao ceaaf orts,
rlssallaeaa, plenty al crash air
Everything; aew trass tap
DR. G. A. MASSEY
la Warrea Haat. Basfttal
Off. Pheaa 4IT Rss. Phsao fall
ROBERTS. FRY ,
General lusuraaoa,. layestaieats
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