The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, September 20, 1921, Page PAGE FOUR, Image 4

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1 1920 Dodge touring car. Now rub
ber, first class mochnulcal condi
tion. 1 1918-Butck Four, guaranteed
first class condition. Heal bargain.
1 1917 Hudson Supor Six, n real
bargain and guaranteed first class
condition. Terms.
1 1930 Boron passenger Chandler.
Like new. A real bargain with torms.
Inquire of J. C. WRIQHT OH
BUICK atliKS AND SERVICE CO.
rrir. and klamath avij.
TIIOROnRED AIRDALES It you
want n real hunting dog, wo have
thorobrcd Atrdalo pups of registered
stock; tho best Atrdalo strain In tho
west. Pnpors'cnn bo seen at 311
Cypress Avo., near lllvorstdo school,
or address Hyland Kcnnols, Dox 111
Klamath Falls, Oro. 14-30
AUTO PAINTING and Tinting. Can
savo you 50 to 75 por cent. W. F.
Itrown. Phono 68J. 16-21
PAINTS. OILS AND VAHNISH
WALL PAPER
W. K. AND J. K. rATTERSO.V
Phono 190-W 127 N. 4th St.
FOR RENT Nowly furnlshod rooms,
GO cents a night. S3 a week at Hot
Springs Hotel.. 8-22
FOR BALE 1918 Bulek Six. A real W1LD PLUM8 yy S0ARCE Mall
.,T.i!LaAVln.re!5S-F?ur. ",0W rdo w, bo .tilled at once In
!LUt5E? nchn,"inr Prfoct. In;;ordor. PrIco $2.00 delivered In Kla
Quire, Mecca Peel Room. 17-19 I mnth Fall,. T.ln-J'. rh H.rtw,
9-30
WANTED-A refined lady wishes ' eTl.wOregw.
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With light household duties. Phono mndirt. nw nln. nnrti.rl,il pnn.
17-18 dltlon. The boat buy of the Mason
at $800.00 Terms.
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TOW4 H WtAWS Hlf SUNDAY C-OTHB- KVWY PAY.
Shorthorn Club
Hold Session
Dunham Auto tho syrup, Adjust rubber and coven Mix dry Ingroatonts, add vinegar
14-zi antl tet aside la a cool place. The slowly. Cook In double boiler until
1B0O ACRES RECLAIMED SWAMP Co.
land near Alcnma. for rent or
lease. For particular wrlto J. Frank FOR RENT A two room furnished mount ! bove U for a quart thick. Pour oror pickle and seal In
u.ra, uui i9i. iviamaia biib. apartment, wood, water and light. Jar. tms recipe aiso appiio 10 jars.
13-130 Included. $20. Turner Apartments, neachos. excent that for thla fruit rhiii n-t.
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SALESMAN to covor local territory
."SvJjlF dlr;- Ountecd salary FOR RENT 1200 acres of pasture.
wiJtltS T?ek iSS ?ifu "J""- P" Inquire. Robt 8. Fry, opposite
Richards Co.. 200 Fifth Ave. New Mlllor Hill school. 16-31
orK, n. y. 16-22
wi uakiiacif When yitu nam
garbage removed, rail inPttS.
FOR 8ALE Ford with servico bodr,
first class running condition. $176.
14 Mais St. 19-20
FOR RENT Steam heated rooms
close In hot water all tho tlmo.
Call 119 N. 6th. 19-21
Pickled Striae Beans I groen peppers; 3 toblospoons of sug-
Remove ends and strings frcm or; 2 tablospoons salt; tt teaspoon
beans, but keep them full length., pepper; 1 toaspoon cinnamon; 2 cups
Cover with boiling water and cock vinegar.
WANTED TO RENT 10 to 80 acre
furnished ranch or will work ranch
on shares proposition, Am thorough
ly familiar with Irrigating. Must havo
Improvements. A. O. care Herald.
19-24
FOR SALE Laying hens, thorobred
white Leghorns Darrcd Rocks.
II. A. Thledo, North Klamath Falls.
19-21
NOTICE I.t. O. F.
Tho Grand Master of Oregon will
visit tho local lodge No. 137, Friday,
Sept. 23. The meeting will be a Joint
ono, Including, Donanza, Merrill and
tho local lodgo and all members aro
requested to bo present.
By order of Sec'y.
19-23 Q. D. Manguo.
WANTED by a boy of 16, a Job bo-
roro and alter school and Satur
days. Louis Peterson, Phone 461M.
19-20
Cooking and eating applos for sale.
834 Congor Aro. 19-20
DOMESTIC
SCIENCE
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Conducted by
Mrs. Belle De Graf
Domestic Science Director Sperry Flow Co.
Pickles and Relishes: Seasonable ":
Bits Easy to Preserve
Pickles and relishes aro not class
ed as strictly hygienic food, but
there have been so many requests
to publish recipes of this class, and
as the home-mado product aro un
doubtedly pure, there really sooms
no reason why these foods should
not be used In moderation.
To mako pickles quite harmless
as well as palatable, caro must bo
taken to have tho vinegar abso
lutely pure. Either malt or white
wine vinegar may bo used. Brine
In which articles for pickles are to be
stored should be strong enough to
hold up an egg. A pint, or two
cups of salt to one gallon of wa
ter will usually be found the right
proportion. -
As vegeables for pickling only
remain over night in a brine, one
cup of salt to one gallon of water
is sufficient.
Articles to be pickled lose some
of their crispness if scalded, but
they will absorb the vinegar more
easily.
Pickles Keep Beat In
Stoneware Jars
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agate spoon or ladle, as the vinegar
attacks metal, causing dangerous
compounds. I
A spiced vinegar, la excellent for
any kind of pickles. It may bo pre
pared by boiling ono quart of vine
gar with ono ounce each of cloves,
auspice, ginger, mace, bar leaves
and chopped rod pepper. Cool be
fore using. Vinegar should always
bo Just boiled up, either with or
without spices, thea allowed to
cool before using. Raw vinegar
nover gives the same mellow flavor
as that obtained when the vinegar
Is scaled. Sugar has a tendency to
harden fruits and vegetable, and
too heavy a syrup may toughen and
spoil fruit made Into sweet pickles.
Some varlotles of peaches and all
melons should be cooked until ten
der in water before the pickling
syrup is added to tbem.
Pears Baals of
Good Sweet Pickle
Cut six or eight .medium-sired
poors In halves, remove coro and
proas ono or two cloves into each
Pickles stored in stoneware Jars 'half pear. Put one-half cup of vine-
will keep for months If the vinegar gar, three-Inch piece of cinnamon
and spices aro of good quality. Or, bark broken in small pieces and
they may bo packed In fruit Jars. two cups of brown sugar In
Splcos and horseradish are aids in. saucepan over the fire. When boll
keeping pickles in good condition. Ing point Is reached, add several
Oreea or red peppers will give a 'pieces of tho pears and cook nntll
better flavor than peppercorns, tender, but not broken. Place In
When removing pickles from the a sterilized Jar and when all are
Jar use a wooden, porcelain or cooked fill Jar to overflowing with
about fifteen minutes ; drain, rinse
In cold water and drain again. Pour
Peel tomatoes and onions and chop
all vegetables soparatoly, vory tine.
over them scalding hot nefr.; combine Ingredients and cook slowly
enough to cover. These beans wllllttbout An houf .ml hMf TwtJ
bo ready to serve in twenty-four
hours.
Pickled Watcrmelosi
Peel the fruit, cut Into strips.
Cover with cold water, adding one
quarts of water and boll gently un
til very tender, then drain well and
pack in sterilized Jars. Bell vinegar
enough to cover the fruit, adding
two tablespoons of sugar for each
quart of vinegar and two table
spoons of wbolo mixed splcea tied
In a muslin bag., Lot the spices and
vinegar boll for ten minutes, then
pour orcr tho fruit In tho Jars until
overflowing. Seal tightly and -storo
In a cool place.
Sour CBcamber Pfc-tai
Select small cucumbers, wash,
sprlnklo with salt and covor with
cold -water. Use one cup of salt for
each gallon of water. Allow to stand
over night or about twolve to four
teen hours, thon rlnso and pack In
fruit Jars or crocks. Add green or
red peppers, also whole splcos. Cover
with scalding vinegar. If using
fruit Jars, sterlllzo and seal carefully.
If stored In an carthenwaro crock,
placo a plate with a weight on top to
keep tho pickles In tho vinegar, then
cover tho Jar. Theso pickles should
keep almost Indefinitely.
Sivcct Cucumber Pickle
Preparo as for sour pickles, except
add sugar to tosto to tho hot vinegar.
Ginger root, horseradish, and must
ard seeds may be added to tho hot
vinegar.
Dill Picklea
Fill a Jar with smalt cucumbers,
placing a small ploce of dill be
tween them. For each quart Jar add
one tablespoon of salt. Pour cold wat
er over the pickles, place a pleco of
dill on top and soal tlghtty as for
canned fruit. Placo In a warm place
or In the sun until the liquid bo
comes cloudy. Then It will become
clear again, and by that time the
pickles aro ready for uso.
Mustard Pickles
One quart small cucumbers; 1
quart small onions; 1 green tomato;
6 large green peppers; 1 head cauli
flower; 3 stalks celery.
Cut in suitable pieces and soak In
weak salt water twenty-four hours.
Then cook in same water until tender
and drain.
Dressing
Six level tablespoons ground must
ard; 1 cups sugar; 1 cup of flour;
2 quarts vinegar.
quarts of canned tomatbea may ro
placo tho raw ones. If liked highly
seasoned, llttlo red chill peppor may
be added.
Ono quart of canned or freshly
cooked stralnod tomatoos; 1 table
spoon salt; 1 grated onion; 2 tablo
spoons sugar; W teaspoon popper;
Vi toaspoon cinnamon; V4 toaspoon
cloves; H teaspoon nutmeg; 2-3 cup
vinegar.
Comblno and cook slowly until
thick. Put through a sieve, reheat
and bottlo. If liked, a clovo of garlic
may bo added to tho catsup.
PlcalUU
Ono quart of green tomatoes; 1
pint of red tomatoes; H small cab
bage; 3 onions; ono green pePPtr; 1
small red pepper; 3 cucumbers; t-
cup salt; -1 cups vinegar; 4 cups
brown sugar; 1 teaspoon mustard; 1
teaspoon pepper; 1 teaspoon celery
seed; 1 teaspoon mustard seed.
Chop tho vegolablos, cover with
salt and allow to stand over night.
Drain and press In a cloth to rcmoro
all liquid; add vinegar, sugar and
spiers and let simmer until cloar,
This will tnko about ono hour. Storo
In hot sterilized Jars. CanntM red
tomatoes may bo used, two cups be
ing equal to ono, pint.
Tho Klamath County Shorthorn
club mot at tho Mt. Lakl church
on Saturday afternoon, Boptember
17. This club consists of boys and
girls who live In the highly de
veloped agricultural section of Kla
math county south of Klamath
Falls.
Clarence Hill, club president, pre
sided. Aftor tho reading of the
minutes of tho last mooting, each
club momber present gavo an in
teresting roport oi how ho wss car
ing for his livestock,
Frank Sexton county club leader,
Instructed the boys and girls on
Items regarding tho county fair,
urging them to show their cows and
calves. '
C. D. Chorpenntng, formerly
county club leader In Wyoming,
gave some very interesting details
on proper rationing, housing, care,
and preparation of animals for ex
hibition. The members of this Shorthorn
club are Clarence Hill, president;
Floyd Tlngley, vloe president;
Thetma Tlngley, secretary; Marlon
Pattorson, Donald Patterson, Olive
Hill, Aloxander Choyne, Cecil
Cheyne and Charles Mack. Warren
Patterson represents the Klamath
County Farm Bureau as local lead
er for tho club.
Vaudovlllo at Strand Sunday. 19-34
a .
Make that Idle dollar work I Pal
It la the. bank.
BTATKMKNT
of the First Btate - Sayings Bank
of Klamath Falls, Coutly of Kla
math, Btato of Oregon, showing the
amount standing to the credit of
every depositor July 1, 1921, who
has not made a deposit, or who has
not withdrawn any part of his do
posits (aaviacs deposits), princi
pal and Interest, for a period of
more than twelve (13) years im
mediately prior to said date, with
the name, last known place of reel-
denco or postotflce address of such
depositor, and the fact of his death,
If known.
Nunio of Depositor Amount
Ray Koocoo Uarkhurst ........$1.40
..$4.44
.$1.40
,. .14
..$1.41
-five
ASPIKIW
Name "Bayer" on Genuine
p&Vlgi
Bewarel Unless you see the nam
"Bayor," on package or on tablets you
aro not gottlng gonulno Aspirin pre
scribed by physicians for twenty-onr
years and proved safe by millions
Take Aspirin only as told In the
Bayer packago for Colds, Headache.
Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Earache.
Toothache, Lumbago, and for Pain
Handy tin boxes of twelve Bayer
Tablets of Aspirin cost few cents.
Druggists also sell largor packages.
Aspirin Js the trado mark of Bayer
Manufac'ure of Menoacotlcacldsster
of Sallcyilcacld. adv.
Oeo. Clarenco Brower .........
Frank Hlbborts . ..
Alice Louise Weiss .............
Edward O. Whllpelsey .....
A. C. Winker. Weed, Calif ...
State of Oregon,
County of Klamath. sa.
I, John Siemens Jr., being first
duty sworn, depose and say upon
oath, that I am the Cashier of the
First. State A Savings Bank of Kla
math Falls, County of Klamath,
State of Oregon; that tho forego
ing statement Is a full, true, cor
roct and completo statomont, show
ing tho name, last known residence
or postofflco address, fact of death,
If known, and tho amount to tho
credit of each doposltor cm requir
ed by the provisions of Sactlons
101C0-10163, Inclusive, Oregon
Laws.
1 JOHN SIEMENS Jr.
Subscribed and sworn to boforo mo
this 20th day of August.
A. D. 1921.
AONE3 DRI6COLL
Notary Public for Orogon.
(My commission expires January
121b, 1924.
13-20-27-3
depositor, and tho fact of hit death,
If known.
Niuno of Depositor Amount
R. Q. Harrison $8.06
Klamath Falls, Ore,
W. B. Inrisss 97.-9
aen'l, Del'vy, Han Francisco CaUt
Slato of Oregon, '
County of Klamath, as.
I, John Siemens Jr., being first
duly sworn, depose" and say upon
oath that I am tho cashier of the
First Btato Savings Bank of Kla
math Falls, County of Klamath,
Btato of Oregon; that tho forego
Ing statement Is a full, truo, cor
rect and complete statement, show
Ing tho name, last known residence
or postofflco address, fact of death.
If known, and tha amount to the
credit of each depositor as requir
ed by tho provisions of Sections
101H0-.10163, Inclusive, Oregon
Laws.
1 JOHN SIEMENS Jr.
Subscribed and sworn to before mt
thla 20th day of August.
A. D. 1911.
AONEB DRIBCOLL
Notary Public for Oregon.
(My commission expires January
12th, 1924. 13-I0-I7-I
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NOTION FOIt PUUIJCATION.
Not Coal Land
Department of tho Interior, U. 0.
Land Offlco at Lakevlow, Oregon,
Sopt., 10, 1921.
NOTICE Is hereby given that Jeka
F. Holbrook, of Malta, Oregon, who
on April 28th, 1919. made Home
stead Entry. No. 011001, for Lot 10,
being Farm Unit "A", Section II,
Township 418, Range 1SB, Willa
mette Meridian, has filed notlc of
Intention to make final three year
Proof to establish claim to tha Una
nboro described, boforo C. R, DoLap,
Clork of the County Court, at Kla
math Falls, Oregon, on the 17th day
of October, 1921.
Claimant names as witnesses:
K. I). Bmltb, F. J. Halosek, L. R. Hol
brook, Edward Hamilton, all of Ma
tin, Orogon.
Notice will bo published for five
consecutive weeks In tha Klamath
Herald.
JAB. F. BUROEM,
13-20-27-3-10 Register.
NOTICE OF BOND OFFKfUNO.
Sealed proposals will be received
by tho Common Council of the City
of Klamath Falls, Oregon, for tha
purchase of an issuo of $80,000.00
general obligation bonds, In deao
tnlnatlosfl of $1000.00 or $100.00,
maturing In fltlvuu )uais from Au
gust 1st, 1921, without right of prior
redemption. Said Issue to be known
as "Klamath Falls, Bewer Bonds"
bo wring a rato of Interest of par
cont per annum, payable semi an
nually. Both principal and Interest
puyaMo nt the Oregon Fiscal Agency
In Nnw York City. Bald bonds ara
Issued nn. disposed of under tha
charter of ald city.
Each propossl to purchase most ba
filed with the Polios Judgs of said
city on or before I o'clock P. M of
October 3rd, 1921, and be accomp
anied by a certified check on soma
responsible banking Institution for
6 per cont of amount of the proposal.
Bald Issuo will be disposed of at not
loss than par and accured Interest.
Tho council reserving the right to
rojoct any and all proposale.
A. L. LEAVITT.
Police Judge of the City of Klamath
Falls, Oregon. 3 1-19
NOTICE TO BIDDERS.
STATEMENT
of the First Btato t Savings Bank
of Klamath Falls, County of Kla
math, Btato of Oregon, showing the
amount standing to tho credit of
every depositor July 1, 1021, who
baa not mado a doposlt, or who has
not withdrawn any part of bis de
posit (commercial deposits), princi
pal or Interest, for a period of
more than seven (7) years Im
mediately prior to said date, with
the name, last known place of roel-
jdence or postofflco address of such
Sesled proposals will be received
up to September 21st. 1931, by
School District No. 31, Klamath
County, for tho construtlon of a brick
school building and for the Plumbing
and Heating qf aame. Bids muat be
accompanied by a certlflod check to
tho amount of 6 per cent of tha bid
or the same shall be rojected, to ba
maao payabio In favor of Mrs. W. C.
Ezell, clork of the ssld District, to ba
returned to bidders upon signing of
contract and to be retained If sue.
ccssful bidder falls to enter Into eon-
tract aa specified. Plans and speci
fications may ba obtained from O. R.
Wright, Architect, Klamath Falls,
and a doposlt of $10.00 will be re
quired for same.
Proposals may be loft at the of
fice of tho architect, Emma BulUIng
up to 6 P. M.. or till 7.30 P. at
tho mooting placo of the school board
at Summora School bouse, September
21st, 1921.
Tho board reserves the right to
accopt any one bid or reiaet ur or
all bids. " .
Dated at Klamath Valla. nnV
thls 10th dsy of September, 1911.
(BWNBD) MRS. W. C. BZBLL,
10-30 Clark.
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
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