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MORNING ENTERPRISE. SATURDAY, OCTOnER 21. 1911.
. FiiIZE EXHIBIT IS
Secretary Lasetle, of the Publicity
, Department of th Oregon City Com
a&erclal Clan U bosy re-arraagtag the
exhibit rooraa. The exhibit which
won second pris at the Stat Fair
has been installed la the bulMlng.
All of tha product o( the county
ara ehowo from the hn to tbe wheat
that yieMa nfty bushels an acra. Be
side tha many sample of grain and
graaae. vegetable and fruit, a large
display of preserted fruit and vege
table in Jar ara on display. Tha
proteasing was dona by O. K. Freytag
Ho is one of tha beat "Booster" in
. tha city.
A pumpkin, weighing one hundred
pound, is causing much comment and
tha grower. James Undsey. will bring
la another pumpkin next week that
will weigh ISO pounds. A. J. Lewis
has an apple display that ia a credit
to any section and shows how perfect
Clackamas" county apples are In the
way of uniformity and color.
The building la decorated with grain
design and all Oregon City residents
. should pay a visit to the Promotion
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
- Herbert W. and Winnie Skelton Fos
ter to John Bartensteln, 20.S6 acres
of a L C. of William Holmes, town
ship 3 south, range 1 east; $10.
El P. and Mary O. Carter to M. M.
McCeehan, land In sections 4 and 5,
township 3 south, range 3 eaat; $2,500.
' Star Sand Company to A. A. Mor
rison, tracks 14 and IS. Oak Grove;
Paul Centra to Ambrogio Geatra, lots
3 and 4 of section 31. township 3 south'
range 3 eaat; SI.
Merchants Seringa it Trust Com
pany to William Turner, land In Clack
amaa county; $10.
Homer B. Dalioa to B. EL Elliott
and Mary E. Elliott. 6 1-3 acres of
J. F. M Inkier to S. C Fletcher, land
In section 15. township 3 south, range
3 east; $1,000.
R. O. and Emma Keene to Reuben
IX Fuhback. 10 acres of section 14,
township 3 south, range ( east; $300.
Horace M. Taggart and wtTe to R.
O. Keene, 100 acrea of section 14, town
ship 3 south, range 6 east; $11.
K. M. Howell to Ida Vorbela. land
la Central Addition, Oregon City;
E. M: Howell and Anna Howell to
Mrs, M. L. McKune, land in Central
Addition to Oregon City; $150.
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Ahewt Salad. .
Nearly ail vegetable, fruits and
meats may be served a salads. The
et.Btial thing la to have the salad
fresh and coM and If green to have
the lea rea dry and crisp. If any water
la left on lea Tee the dressing will not
adhere to them, but will run to the
bottom of the dish, and both the alad
and the dressing will be poor.
OUre oil. the dressing par escellence
of a salad, la a form of fat thai, eaten
In moderation, agree with almost
erery one. Its use pi Tea "strength and
enppleneaa" The dressing la added
only at tbe moment of serving, as the
salad wilt if allowed to ataod after the
dressing Is added. Never wake salad
dressing In a hurry. Have the mate- I
rials very cold and mix them In a cool
The remains of roast chicken, fish.
Teal and maay vegetable of many
kinds are excellent for utilizing for
salads. Meat of any kind nsed for
salada ahould be cut Into, dice, bnt not
smaller than half an loch, or It will
seem like hash. It should be mari
naded before being- mixed with the
other parts of tbe salad. To mari
nade take oce part of oil and three
parts of vinegar, with aalt and pepper
to taste, stir them into tbe meat and
let It atand for a couple of hoar; drain
off any of the marinade which baa not
been absorbed before combining the
meat with tbe other parta of the salad.
Use only enough marinade to season
AMONG Trie CHURCHES
First Baptist Church Ninth and Main
atreeta. Rev. 8. A, Hayworth. paa-
tor. Bible school t 19 a. m., classes
. for all agea. H. E. Cross, superlnten
, dent. Preaching at 11 a. m. and
7:30 p. m, by the pastor. Morning
topic, "Cleaning From tate Con
vention.' Evening sermon, Gospel
.- Dynamite.' Special music. All are
German Lvthern Church (Ohio syn
od) At 10:30 Rev. H. Man; pastor.
' Catholic Corner Water and Tenth
atreeta. Rev. A- Hlllebrand pastor.
residence 913 Water; Low Mass $
a. m, with sermon; High Maaa
, 10:30 a. m.; afternoon service at
4; Mass every morning at 8.
First Congregational Church. Morn
ning service at 10:30 o'clock.
Flrat .Church of Christ Scientist.
Service at 11; Wedneaday evening
meeting at I o dock; reading room
open every afternoon except San
day from 3 to 4 o clock.
German Evangelical Corner Eighth
ana Madison atreeta. Rev. F.
T Wievealck pastor. ' residence 713
Madison; Sunday school 10 a. nx,
Herman Schrader, Monro street.
superintendent; morning ee trice
11; Toung People at 7 p. m. and
preaching at 8 p. m.; prayer meet
Ing Wedneaday at 7:30 p. m.
Gladstone Christian Rev. A. H. Mul-
key, pastor: Bible school at 10
no.; preaching at 11 and 88.
Mountain View Union (Congress
uonat; eunaay school 3 p. m..
Mrs. J. H- Qulnn, superintendent;
Bible Study every Thursday after.
noon. The Primitive Baptists will
.; hold service at 11 o'clock. The
Rev. J. W. Moffatt will preach.
Fleet Presbyterian Church--Rev. J
R. Landsho rough, pastor. Mornlog
. worship at 11; Sunday school at
10 o'clock. Mr. W. C. Green, au
perintendent; T. P. 8. C. E., at 7
Methodist Episcopal Church Rev. E
F. Zimmerman, pastor. Sunday
school at 9:45. Preaching by the
paator at 10:45. Junior League at
3 p. m. Evening subject, "The
Empty Seat at the King's Table
Parkplace Congregational Rev. J. L.
Jones paator, residence Clackamas;
,' Sunday school 10 a. m., Emery
French superintendent; preaching
: services each Sunday, alternating
between 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m
Christian Endeavor Thursday eve
St. Paul's Rev. C. W. Robinson, rec
tor. Dally services: Morning pray
er, 7 a. m.; Hoiy Eucharist, 7:30 a.
m. ; evening prayer. 7:30.; Sunday
,' services: Holy Eucharist 3 a. m.;
morning prayer, 10:30; Holy
Eucharist and sermon 11 a. m.;
evening prayer and sermon at 7:30;
Sunday school 12 m.; Thursday
evenings, sermon at 7:30.
United Brethren Corner Eighth and
Taylor, Rev. L. F. Clark pastor,
residence, Portland; Sunday school
. ,4 10 a. m., Frank Parker, Maple1 Lane,
- superintendent; morning service
-11; Y. P. S. C. E. 0 p. m., evening
Willamette M. EL No regular preach
, ing services; uuncay scnool 3 p.
m., Mrs. Keama, superintendent.
' ZIon Lutheran Corner Jefferson and
Eighth streets. Rev. W.R-Krax-
f berger pastor, residence 720 Jeffer
son; Sunday school 9:30 a. tn. Rev.
Kraxberger, superiQtendent; ranrn-
Ing service 10:30; evening 7:45;
Luther League 7 p. m.
West Oregon City School House J.
. O. gtaats will preach at 3 o'clock;
- Bunday School conducted after ser
To clarify sugar pat sugar and 1
ter on to bplL Mix the white of an
egg with a little cold water, add to tbe
boiling sirup, bring to tbe boiling
point, skim, strain and let cout.
To scald milk put the milk In a pan
or double holler, stand In a pan of
boiling water over the Ore, When the
milk beglna to steam it la scalded.
To make a Jelly bag take a yard of
all wool flannel, heavy weight, fold to
gether two opposite side, stitch the
edges together, bind the top with Up
and fasten on the upper side strong
loopa by which It may be swnng.
To brown dlsbea that cannot be
placed in the oven heat a salamander
or round Iron plate with a handle at
tached nntfl red hot and pass over tbe
top of the dish, being careful not to
scorch. . - --'
Most housewives ue tbe broom dish
cloth, made of cord attached to a han
dle, which Is vastly mora convenient
than the Old method of Immersing the
arms to the elbows.
It is a good plan to keep, the oven
door open part of tbe time when not
In use. so that all traces of gas or
odors of food may escape.
Use the knife ss little as possible.
Cut tender foods soch ss potatoes, eggs
and tbe like with the fork, nslng the
knife only when the fork would be an
Creamed Fish In Ramekin.
Any kind of left over flsh can be I
creamed In ramekins. Cmba and
shrimps are particularly good this
way. Mince a white onion and brown
In a sa ore pan with a little hotter. Add
a coprui or Deer stock and some I
chopped green peppers. Have ready
a pound of shrimp meat and one crab,
also shredded. Add a half cupful of
cream and cook about twenty minutes.
being careful not to burn tbe mixture.
Have the ramekins greased, pour In
the flsh. cover with breadcrumbs, add
bits of batter and bake. Left over
flsh, boned, can be treated In tbe same
Chicken ss well as roasts of mest
may be cooked on top of tbe gas store
If placed in one of the covered roast
ing pans. This is a much more eco
nomical use of gas than lighting the
oven. At first the burner mut be
turned up hlzh. bnt after rhe cooking
process has really begun turn tbe gas
burner low and you will be pleasantly
surprised at the meat when ready to
8wset Rotates au G rat in.
Cut five medium lzed cold liolled
potstoe in one-third Inch slice Put
a layer In buttered baklnc dlh. sprin
kle with salt, pepper and three tsble-
spoourui or Drown sugar, dot over
with one tablespoonful of butter. Re
peat cover with buttered cracker
crumbs and bake until the crumbs are
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Hoak well one and one half pints of
good 'beans for about fen honrn: place
them over the lire with five quart of
water and one pound of snlt pork: boll
slowly three or more hnorn and add a
little pepper: trln snd serve with
slice of lemon
Rosst Calf's Livsr.
Wash thoroughly and wipe dry, mt
a long deep bole In the side; tun
with crumbs, bacon and onion chopped
fine. salt. reiTer. bits of butter and
one well benten ezg: sew or fie to-'
gether; serve with gravy and currant
Fried Sw.et Potato.. With Eggs.
mice cold boiled potatoes and fry
with small pieces of salt pork or good
hotter until brown: then break np two
or three eggs snd srlr Into them lust
aa you dlah them for the table.
Stories from Out of Town
. "Any flab In this brook V
"Government stocked It with trout
once." replied the old timer. .
' "Bnt they won't come near a book."
. They do aeem smarter thaa'other
flsh. . l reckon maybe they had to
paaa a clvU service examination Tore
fe government would" aotlce em."
'"ashlngtoa Star. , .. .,. ,. . s.
A ueeo uerense.
There was once a club formed of
laxy men Fines were Inflicted oil those
who ever torgot themselves so far as
to do anything la haste. On day sev
eral members saw an old doctor who
was renowned for Ma laziness drlv
past the dob at fnrloos rate, and
londly they chuckled at the thought of
fining him. Bnt on applying to him on
the ground of hla baring been lo such
a hurry the doctor slowly replied.
"No. I wasn't la hurry, bat my msr
wanted to go fast and 1 -was too laxy
to stop her."
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Read ,the Morning r?rpr1e.
Mr. and Mr. Jame McCully are
being congratulated on the birth of a
9Vs pound son, born Saturday evening,
' Mlsa V. Blackerby, of Wood burn, 1'
visiting her sister, Mrs. L. B. Bentley.
Mrs. J. o. Staats, or Oregon City,
was visiting friends here Monday.
Mr: and Mra. Chaa. Worthlngton
have started their new house and ex
pert to Iiave It completed by the holi
days. Mr. Thomas Toat, of Mllwauk
ie, will help build It
Mrs. Pete Hefty and daughter were
Portland laltors Monday.
Mr. and Mr. C. B. Bunnell attended
the Pomona Orange at Maple Lana
Mrs. J, h. Sweeney received aad
new Tuesday morning that her sister,
Agnes Huard, of Portland, was badly
burned, Mrs. Sweeney went to Port-
iana to see ner.
Mrs. Btishnell was a Portland visit
Mr. Lindsay has tbe lumber on tbe
ground tor hia new houe.
P. H. Ben net and wife, of Orecon
City, have rented Mrs. Oreen's cottaaa
for tbe winter and will move In the
first of November.
L. E. .Bentley went to Oregon Cltv
Tuesday morning on business.
K. C. Warren was in Mllwaukle
Tuesdar on business.
W. M. Hargen, Mra. S. C. Blgham
and three daughter went to Portland
quite alck at her daughter's home,
air, m. Wilson.
R. W, Moor til In Portland Tues
day on business.
R. W. Moor and family moved into
their new houxe In Oak Park Monday,
mr. uoeix ana nmily moved Into th
oia Bunnell house Monday. They will
remoaei me nouae for a permanent
Henry Joseph Monner, aged 20, son
oi Mr. ana Mrs. e. a. Bonner, of Port
land, died early Hundav moraine, i
victim of tuberculoma. X. Bonner Is
a orotner residing hare.
W. H. Thresher, of Portland, was
nere aaiuraay on buaineas. .
James Hefty Is a pupil In the Lin
coin high school.
a a I ww
miss iiarns, or Portland spent
luursuay wun ner parents, Mr. and
mrs. rea Harris. i.r.
R. Lk Merreu returned home Rsiue.
day morning froru a three weeks' trip
Miss Augusta Brandt, who spent the
summer with her brother and family
n scorns, wasn., returned home Sat
urday afternoon and reports a pleasant
We are having such lovely day
here and wondering if all your corres
pondenta are enjoying the same, as
sometimes a few miles In Oregon spell
pleasant or rainy weather. There has
been no frosts reported as yet and
potato tops look as creen aa summer
and promise a bountiful yield.
There la torn alnknesa In th.
neighborhood. Mr. Phllln Baker was
taken last Friday with i severe tooth
ache and applied hot com presses
which aeemed to drlv. t to her head
Ilka neuralgia, and from there to tbe
heart and for a time tha case looked
pretty cerlou as aha ha suffered at
time with a weak heart and atomacn.
Or. Mount was called and at the Dres-
ent writing she is resting easy, though
very weak. Mrs. Ben Athy I again
under the doctor car at the home of
nt-r unuK.iier.jHr. yun lM,Sel.
Mr Pamperlne ha also been quite
111, and Saturday she received the sad
new that a son In California had died
and asking what to do with the body,
which i waa In the hand of the coroner
Mr. Pamperlne, who I the young
man1 tepruther, sent a message to
keep the body until ha arrived to take
charge of it. and started on th seven
o'clock train for California and ex
pected to get to Oreaon CM u.h....
day morning, bring the body out home
and hav the funeral at 10 on that
day. They have heard no nartim.i...
as yet, but suppose he must have been
killed as In a recent letter from him
he was well and expected soon to
marry. Ed. Pnmprlne had started on
s trip to ( aiifornla that day but they
reached a friend . by telephone who
.....riru nim at toe dock an.t
A young widowed danirhlx. ul
Pamperlne, Mra. nrlnbmnn rt,.'.
lruy,i from J)al40' "i n'y remain
with them thla winter.
Henry Baker took a ln,i f !..
seed down to Rleht DeNeui a to be
threshed on Tuesday. ,
Mrs. Ksberg In a fair sir tn r.
cover from havln hen a i. .
heifer, although an .t,.... - J7 "
be forming just below the heart, where
the horn of the brut. nr.. '.. ".IT
are still blue from the bmlaea. '
wu ounaay. Uctol.er a M. vt-.i
rd,;h,tl:erOUM ct th "w chape
ready to hold service In on last Sun
ind S ,Tnt 8,u'1r ternoon
and cleaned the wlndowa, picked un
cleaned up and burned and th, little
chapel Is an ornament to Stafford "nd
a protracted meeting was begun that
day and will continue av.nlnga for
aom. tlma. Mr. Kaley, an vangeli."
ho baa come to help In the work
"Poke on Sunday upon the auuject of
iM-oioation." saying In substance tha
I Vi . U
-nurtn was me people and as each
lorikwk their sins and followed la lb
foot.tep of the meek and lowly on
in . .t .eaC5 ,n, on driest-
i1' lrd and not the senseless
r J? wh,ch tht building waa
,? . w,nMr"'on work la not
qi te all done yet as they ex Dec t to
paint It white on the out.M. .J?-L.
V. ?!'J,l'n don b Inalde
It Mr. n i l. IB but ,I0 ow'n
r .,. ' Mn n:e",n Urge aheet
.v.nir,- ,k u ln" cnlr- On Sunday
vl nf..lh".h0u,e.w" Pced and a
m. un''ce listened to
"" u ia a very busy Urn
now and dark evening, ,'nd not very
many ,r t0 bJ -tpecUd
..JV 0rn" Fa,r Oawego paaaed
off ple,.snntly and nrorlt.hi, an.:"T:r
ThJ vea-Ji-l . nttln bOUt 30-
ful VhM mi" werVcert'nr wonder.
iui when w remember the dry sum
Mr Mr- Mlle'mTd
siv.. ..ii "ria.in,r 0"tdld them
ir i ... 10 tb hlghe.t bid
A verv ervtft
ilnreH Mr. . 7 v w ren-
Moth rwXin'' ot tn National
Mothers Congress, apoke verv ahiv
upon "Child Welfare." Captain ll
person .poke at aoma length 'oncvn
EZ. a.?" the "-lcultural Co"
lege, and expressed surpHia that at
the.lnatli.ula n.ri. ....T".,..,ht "
dined to t.w- I..?"
mijt ..Z. . siue oi tbe teachera I mer and Willi "'-
l,rA. " . w.ml"utg dvotd to Henton, Jullu and
Mr. Boltemlller I dl1nilr
toes. , ' I
Benfarhall baa flnlabad
Joa Wallace bale bar -
Mr. Sullivan and dttMi Jt
wera In town on Saturday ta
Mr. Berglund, from Collo"."1
Portland lat week.
Mr. and Mr. Durst. tm V
Mill, spent Sunday wlih w. tt
Ed. IIttmn ho aold hU h
Mrs. Charlea Hettman ! '"
with Kd. Hettman at prea- ,
Mr. Chaper. of PortlaDi
The Clarke cho.l '""Jm
day, th 161b. Mr. Wiicra -r
or. . ...
Mr. Bergman wnt to town '
mi., wdn. flard ia WB"?
Clarke primary school
Mr. Wllco la boardinj
Rlngo. . . ' , m
A aurprls party Itl'""",.
temlller and family iH
night. Oamea were P??"
enjoyed a good time. Tn" r m
were Mlse. M ftggA.
and Edw WrLVrU ?
luixaoeia usaer, n-""- ,mtu
and Uura Card. Iran JZ,
Hasel Rlngo, Ida and WJT HKT
- - m ....... ipr.flk RlnK"' .
rh.rl.v nrossmlllf ... I
Buol, Sam Martin. Clr.nf
mer and Willi Kllnml n,flA,i,f
mean t0 Amtlfiet 0
d.r .ndrK-1 irr hou-
which P nr,jr completed
iieuiun. juiiu. --- i.
Clyde Rlngo Archla W". p
Johona and Edwin na
Our grateat olubbina; g (
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