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OREUhn TY ENTERPRISE, FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 190 3
HEAT IN THE OVEN.
Bow the Bnkrrs Determine U by tha
Mere Toneb of the Hand.
"Bakers bare a curious way of tell
ing Just what ttio temperature of the
oven Is," said a baker who has boon In
the business for mow tliau a quarter
of a century, "ami they can toll, too.
with almost marvelous accuracy. You
take a man who Is an expert In the
business, ami he can tell what the tem
perature of the oven Is by simply
touching the handle of the oven door.
In nine cases out of ten he will not
miss It to the fraction of a degree,
linkers have other ways, of course, of
testing the heat of the oven. For in
stance, when baking bread tncy some
times throw a piece of white paper lu-
to the oven, aud if It turns brown the
oven is at the proper temperature, or,
when baking other things, they will
throw a little eornmeal flour into the
oven in order to test the heat. Rut
the baker's fingers are the best gauge.
and wheu you come to hiiik of the dif
ferent temioraturos required in bak
ing different things it is no small
achievement to even approximate the
hent of the oven by touching the han
dle of the oven door.
"Bakers figure that during the rising
time of a loaf of bread, after It has
boon placed In the oven. It ought to be
In n temperature of 75 degrees F. Dur
ing the baking process, in order to cook
the starch, expand the carbonic acid
gas, air and steam and drive ofT the al
cohol, the Inside of the loaf must reg
ister at least 2-) degrees. In baking
rolls, buns, scones, tea biscuits, drop
cakes, fancy cakes. New York cakes,
muffins, puff cakes and things of that
sort the oven must show a heat of 450
degrees or higher. Wheu the oven Is
at 400 degrees, it is fit for oroaui puffs,
sugar cakes, queen cakes, rock cakes,
Jumbles, lady fingers, rough and ready
and Jelly rolls. At 350 degrees wine
cakes, cup cakes, ginger nuts and
naps, pies, gingerbread, spice cakes,
such as raisin, currant, citron, pound,
bride and so on, may lie baked. It
requires a still lower temperature to
bake wedding cakes, kisses, anise drops
and things in this class. But, what
ever temperature the old baker wants,
be can tell when he has It by simply
touching the handle of the oven door."
Xew Orleans Times-Democrat
LANGUID AND TIRED."
An IntcrestlnJ Letter Conccrnlnl Peru
To boil cream the day before en
hances the richness of the coffee into
which it Is poured.
The remnant of stewed or preserved
fruit left from tea will improve a tap
ioca pudding the next day.
To cook carrots quickly add a small
piece of soda to the water in which
they are boiled This will improve the
flavor of the vegetable.
To prevent gravies from becoming
lumpy remove the pan from the fire
while the thickening is being stirred
In, after which set the pan back on
the fire aud cook thoroughly.
Several green coffee beans left to
soak in the unbeaten white of an egg
will color cake icing a delicate green.
The beans should be removed aud the
egg whipped and used for the icing.
If bread has been baked too brown
or if the crust has been blackened in
an oven made too but, do not attempt
to cut off the black with a knife. As
soon as the loaves are cold go over
them with a coarse grater.
Divorce Iu Japan.
A traveler recently returned from
Japan tells of some of the queer laws i
In that country concerning divorce:
"A divorce on the part of the husband
Is easily obtained. One of the legal
causes of divorce is it the husband
find the wife too loquacious.' Yet in
all my long experience In Japan I have
met only one man who discarded his
wife, and I never met with a family
where dissension existed, nor have I
ever heard of a husband treating his
wife with severity, although the same
camrat be said of some parents-in-law,
who consider their sou's wife a mere
chattel. As a general rule, the appear
ance of girls and women testifies of a
lightness of heart not always found in
-other climes where their sisters have
more abundant means of happiness."
STAGECOACH DAYS. I
tor? of a Trl Krom I'ortamoatla fa,
Lontlou la IT HO. 1
There are men and women-and they 1
t not always the old -who deplore
:he breathless pace of the age-, in
itageeoach days, they tell us, life was ,
I different thing. People Journeyed ;
:tmmgh the years leisurely then; ex
Hteuoo had a flavor. A century ago a
louruoy meant fellowship and merry
Idventuros and a comfortable enjoy
lent of the lienutlcs of the landscape.
All this may be so, but a traveler
who made the Journey from Ports
mouth to Loudon In I "NO shows -that
even stagecoach days had their shadows.
the coach alone
Brunswick House & Itcslmmmt
Newly Furnished Rooms.
' Meals at All Hours. Prices Reasonable.
Opposite Suspension Bridge.
Only Firnt Class RcHtnurnnt
"The getting up on the coach ItrxXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
was at the risk of one's life," he wrote, Ft
"and when l was up 1 had nothing to : M lolt I' INK ( ANIUK.S, MlTS,
hold on to except a little handle at the
lde. The moment we set off I thought 1 Kl'lTS, hit'., LAM, C)X T1IK
KOZY KANDY KITCHEN
Miss Delia Janveau, Globe Ilotel, Ottawa, Ont is from one of the oldest and
best known French Canadian families in Canada. In a recent lotu-r to I no reru
ns Medicine Co.. of Columbus, Ohio, she says:
Last spring my blood seemed clogged up, my digestion poor, my
bead ached and I felt languid and tired all the time. My physician
prescribed tor me, but a friend advised me to try Peruna. I tried It
and am pleased to state that I found It a wonderful cleanser and pur
ifier of the system. In three weeks I was like a new woman, my ap
petite had Increased, ! felt buoyant, light and happy and without an
ache or pain. Peruna Is a reliable family meaicine.
Adia-Brittain, of Sckitan, 0., writes:
"After using your wonderful Peruna
three months I have had great relief. I
had continual heaviness In my stomach,
was bilious, and had fainting spells, but
they all have left me since using reruns,"
If you do not derive prompt and satis
factory results from tho use of Peruna,
write at onco to Dr. Hartman, giving
full statement of your case and he will
be pleased to give you bis valuable ad
Address Dr.' Uartman, President ol
The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, O
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS,
Famished Every Week by Ihe f lackn-
ma Abstract tc 1 rul lompanj.
lot 2, I.Ik
The Weight of a Trifle.
In the Journal of the celebrated Eng
lish preacher, Frederick Robertson, oc
curs the following singular passage:
"If I had not known a certain person.
I never should have given up soldier
ing to become a minister; If I had
not met a certain lady, I never should
have known that person; If my dog
bad not disturbed that lady's Invalid
child at night, I never should have met
ter. It is true, then, that if my dog
bad not burked on that particulai
night I should now be in the dragoon
or fertilizing the soil of India."
Fashloa la the Garden.
It Is the passion for fashionable nov
elties a passion of modem existence
which prevents us from enjoying our
gardens as our grandparents used to
enjoy theirs. We allow our hired gar
deners to drive thence all the simple
old flowers that our fathers loved and
called by pet names which were famil
iar to us all in nursery days. London
Eustacia How pleased Eleanor looks
Edmonla Yes; she's either had a pro
posal or some man has sent her a box
of candy. Exchange.
"Funny thing that Ever notice It?"
"Why, when a man's down it's all
p with him." Baltimore News.
F M Stutford to W Willbanks, 10 a
in sec 20. 1. 2 e
C Kniiit to F A Knight,
D Stalnacker to P Meeks, 14 a in
see 9. 4. 1 e
bellwuod L & I Co to II C Wishart.
lot H to 13, 0k Grove, blk H"J. . .
0 E F Lee to J II Woiuide, 25 a in
sec 31, 5, 1 e
S Wilde to G. jilsen, lO.-ib a in
sec 21, 2, 1 e
C Olesby to G Swope, tract in
Fisher claim, 2. 2 e
GW Swape to G Swope, tract in
Fisher claim, 2, 2 e
E Harrington et al to S Harrington,
fw of Be of sec 32. 5, 1 e
S C Harrington to O E F Lee, bw
of se of sec 32, 5, 1 e
t'oufciona or u l'rlcst.
Rev. Jno. S. Cox, of Wake, Ark.,
writes, "For 12 years I suffered from
Yellow Jaundice I consulted a number
of physicians and tried all sorts of medi
cines, but got no relief. Then I began
the use of Electric Hitters and feel that I
sin now cured of a disease, that had Iiih
in its ura-p for taelve years." If yon
want a relitible medicine tor Liver and
Kidney trouble, Btoiiiaeh disorder or
iL'fiieral iletiiliTy, gel r.iecuic. nuier.
It's ifiiaranteed by Geo. A. Harding.
I saw certain death before me. The
machine rolled with tremendous rapid
ity over the stone anil every minute
seemed to fly in the air, so that it ap
peared to me a complete niirncle that
we stuck to the coach at nil.
"This continual fear of death at last
became Insupportable to ine, and 1
carefully crept along the tup of the
coach anil enaeoneeti inyseii in iu
"On a Sudden the conch prweetloil a
a rapid rate down n hill. All the Imixcs,
Iron nailed and copper fastened, began
to daiuv around inc. and every moment
I received sueh violent blows that I
thought tnv hist hour had come. Shak
en to pieces, hleodlriK and sore, I crept
back to my former position. 'And It
rained Incessantly. it ml, as before wo
were covered with dust so uow ws
were soaked with rain.
"My neighbor every now aud then
fell asleep and when In this stnto per
petually rolled and Jolted against me
with the whole weight of his Imdy,
more than once nearly pushing me
from the seat to which 1 clung with
tho last strength, of despair. I looked
and certainly felt like a craiy fool
when I arrived In Iuidon."
The letter Is realistic. It is possible
that twentieth century traveling, al
though unromantic, has Its compensa
tions after all. Vouth's Companion.
Finest Chocolate Okkams
IN THE ClTY. -A'-SoClUAKS
They overromo Weak
ness, Irregulurity and
umiroiloiis, lucruuNO vlg
or ami In nlnli "paiu.
of uieustruutlon." They are MFIi WAVKKH" to frlrls at
womauhiMMl, aiding- development of organs and ImmIv. T.o
known remedy for women eiiials them. Cannot do lutrm lifts
heoomes a pleasure. $1.00 I'lCIt HO.Y lV MAIL Koltl
by druggists. DIL MUTT'S CHEMICAL CO., Cleveland, Ohio.
For Hale at HUNTLEY'B
1 All the latest styles in photos. En
1 lavements, tinted portraits, Oregon
I views, frames etc. You wish the beet.
Kioto Mil's Wisiiei. Mam !St., near 10th,
100 -Oregon City. April 3.
When chickens grow very fast,
sometimes causes leg weakness.
I'nder usual conditions a variety of
food Is better than any medicine that
can be given.
The only safe way of disposing of
dead fowls that have died of any con
tagious disease la to burn them.
Clover contains two elements that
are In demand by the hens nitrogen
and lime. It Is rich In the elements
required for the whites of eggs.
When roup gets Into a flock. It Inva
riably leaves some ailment behind.
Tho fowl that has been subject to It ll
seldom healthy again.
There is no cure ror leainer puiuug a
except by more lalmr and time than air's
ordinary flock Is worth. The best phiu.s"
Is to get rid of the guilty fowls as soon ' Js
as possible. j "
A hen seldom begins to eat eggshell;
until she finds one broken or until kIic
becomes arciistoini d to eating eggs Js
thrown out Into the yard. The safest '"
plan is always t crumble them up line .s
before feeding. j V
The Quality of Your Bread
Dopomli not only partly but altogether upon
upon "Tho Ouality of Your Flour." W o
make tho very host - -
Portland Flouring mills Co.
For one man who can stand prosperity !
fjere are a hundred that will stand
ad versity. Carly le.
N Eash to J B Miahler, lo'f a in
sec 7 5, 1 e
P D Christner to J B Mishler, W
a in sec 7, 5, 1 e
D Holcoinb A B Holcob, 60 a in,
Holcoiiib claim, 2, 2 e
G J Trullinger to I) N Trullinger,
ne of ne of sec 28, 4, 2 e
II Abbott et al to J K Abbott, 45 a
in sec 24, 4, 1
J It Abbott to J G L Story, 7 10 in
terest in 45 a in sec 24, 4 1 e . ...
G J TJullinger to G W Kimball, pt
sec 28. 4 2 e
.1 A Thayer to A J Bruce. a in
in Oregon City claim
E A King et al to L Gerlinger, ne
of nw, nw of sw, and lot 1
ot sec 3d, 4 5 e 1
L Gerlinger to F 8 Morris, ne, w
Yt of nw, nw of sw, lot 1, sec 30,
se of se, sec 20, ne of nw, n of
of ne, sec 29, sw of sw, w4 of w,
ee of sw, of sec 26, 4, 5 e, t of
sw, lots 3 snd 4, sec 2, se of ne,
sec 20, 4 6 e 10080
L Gerlinger to F S Morris, sjjofn
Yt of sec 22, 4 5 e 500
OiCIlit Co to G Gilbert, se of
nw, socl. 21 e 200
A White to M Fadrick, 10 a in
Clow claim, 21e 2400
W A Proctor to C A Hudson,
of nwofeeof sec 35, l 4e 250
F E Taylor to W W , Wambold, 53
a in sec 21, 6 1 e 1500
W H Kelly to B M Short, 60 a in H
H Johnson claim, 2 2o 750
A Preston to W N Wilmarth, ne of
ee of sec1123e 1000
O&CHRCoto BF Linn, nw of
nwsecl93 3e 251
R Miller to J A Linn, 4o a in sec 2
C C Miler to J A Linn, i of nw
and lots 3 and 4 sec 2 4 5 e 1200
H B M Kinearson to T F Ryan part
Rinearson claim 22e WU
G H Brown to John F Clark lots 3
4 5blkhtinHetCitv 250
F F White to E P Rands lots 1 2
blk 9!) Oregon City 1000
G J Trullinger to F J Nelson 50 s
in sec 29 4 2 e 500
THE CLACKAMAS ABSTRACT &
TRUST CO. are the owners of the copy
right to the Thorne system of r strac
indexes, for Clackamas county, snd nave
the only complete set of aba tracts in the
county, can furnish information as to
title to land at once, on apD ication.
Loans, investments, real estate abstracts,
etc. Office over Bank of Oregon City,
Call and investigate.
For Young Men and Young Women.
There is nothing that will arouse the
ire of a young man or wuinan ho quick as
to have inferior laundry work pin oil" on
them. They may dress ever so well,
hut if their shirt (rout or shirt waist is
iiiushv, their neat appearance is spoiled
Ihe Iroy Laundry makes a specially ol
ladies' and gentlemen's fine work.
There can be no better work than is done
at the Troy. Leave your orders at John
son's barber shop.
Oregon City Machine Slip;
Phllipp Bucklein, Prop.
Rear of Pope's Hardware Store
Next to Oregon City Foundry
11 ni It i ntul Repairing of Machinery ami KngincH i f. .1
kinds. MantiCtM'turing iih Hpeciulty tho Free I'uti i
Hntiiry Kngino. Also keeping in stock, Shafting
I'llllies, lieltinj; etc. ... . .
Orders by Mail or Telephone JTomplly filled,-
PRICKS .MODlvR ATE GOOI) WOKK WARRA'. '
That Is What the Cooks Say ot
Chronic Kidney Disease, But
the New Fulton Compounds
Have a Record of 87 ot Recov
eries Among Chronic Cases In
curable by AH Other Medicines.
Druggists know that kidney dlsrai that hi
lung on eight or uo mostbs has become chronic
snd that It la then regarded by jhjilcli.n ai
Incurable and that up to the advent of the
I'ul ton Compound! that no'.hlngon their shelves
would touch It. It la a proren fact that nearly
Blne-teutha ot all ease are now curable, and
IruggUU themaelrt are taking the new Com
pounda. One of the recoTeriea Dr. Zelle
himself, the pioneer druggist of fc3 PaclUe
treet, San Francisco, and he gave It to over s
dozen others who rscovered. Here Ikanothi r
InlareHlmg recovery. (We c pv from the buci.
Ibento Newaof November IS.
"After a aerloua Ulneas of over a year Jodfje
J R.AHen of this ol i r has recovered and re
gards hlinaelf most fortunate In succeufblly
battling wltn what Is gneialiy rcgurdi-d as
(alal malady, Hrlght'a Dlae of the kidneys.
In speaking of his cane Judge Allen said: I
believe that Ihe treatment glvcu me by my
ptiyalclan waa In act'ordanco with the beht
methods nsed In the regular practice of meul
cme, but ll altorded me no relief. Hearing of
Ine Fulton Compounds 1 went to Han t rauclsro
to Investigate and was soon convinced 1 nhoiild
undergo ihe treutment. It was three mcuihs
tx-fore'l noticed a c isnge for the belter. I ub. i1
me medicine faithfully for Leany a year and
can dow rlLd no evidence of the dlsi-awj arid
am satisfied It Is entirely eliminate.!. My Bp-1
fettle Is good, 1 have gained seventeen iiounos
u weight u-nd will be pk-asd to dt-H(Tlte n.y
experience to anyone who may call or write.' "
bacramenlo Nes, Nov. Id, llSr
The editor of the News hlrnwlf was the friend
who told Judge Allen of the Fulton Compound?.
They are tne only things known that cure
kld'jey diseases sfter as'well as betore they
ly-coino chronic, which happens about the tenth
month. F'jually efficient In dropxy. gout,
rheumatism from urle acid and bladder troubles
F ulton s Kensl Compound for Hrlght's aid
KUnej mseases, ete., II ; for Diabetes, I' 60
John J. Fulu-n Co., Washington street. Ssn
Francisco, sole compounders. F'ree analyses for
patlentx. Send for pamphlet. Wearetheex
c.usiva ages la tor these Uin pounds lo this city.
CHARMAN & CO. DRUGGISTS
Taeniae the lire I eh In I ad In.
The eheetiih it tied In nil directions,
prlneipally from T thlek :rniiimet of
rope iirotind bin Infim. while n hood
fitted over hi bend efTeeftiiilly blinds
him. lie Is fastened on n stroiii; eot
bedstead, nnd the keepers and their
wives and fainlllifi reduce hlin to Mib
inlMsion by Ktiii'vlnt; him nnd keeping
him awuke. His head is made to face
the village Htreet. and for an hour nt
a time wveral times n day his keepers
make pretended rushes at hlin and
wave eloths, Htaves and other article
In his face. He Is talki-d to eontlimally,
nnd women's toniics are bellevedwto
be tho most effective nntlHoporillcH. No
created being couhl resist the effects of
hunger, want of sleep nnd feminine
scolding, und the poor cheetah becoiiK-s
plteously, abjectly tame. "Iteust and
Man In India."
The prairie dog. that had started out
to see. the world was taking In the
sights In a neighboring village Inhab
ited by his own species.
"Well," be said as he backed hastily
out of a subterranean dwelling that
rattlesnake hnd pre-empted, "I see they
have the same tunnel problem to solve
here that they have In other cltlei."
A Platform Speaker.
"That man," remarked Rmlther.
"makes a hundred speeches from the
platform every day." '
"Some great political leader?" asked
"No," replied Cmlthers, "street car
conductor. He says, 'Move up forward,
please!' every tliae any one gets on his
car." Cincinnati Commercial Tribune.
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Her Father But. my boy, surely you
tre too young to marry Aurella. IIow
old are you?
Her Suitor One and twenty, sir.
Her Faflier And she Is twenty
seven too great a disparity. Why not
wait half a dozen years? Then you'll
be twenty-seven nnd she'll probably
be Just about the same age as you.
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Dinklu' three or four enemies a y'ar
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