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OREGON CITY COURIER-HERALD, FRIDAY, AUGUST 22, 1902.
Oregon City Courier-Herald
BY A. W. CHENEY
red 1d Oragoa City Poatoffloe as 2nd-clas matter
n advance, per year
The date opposite your address on the
idonotes I he time to which youha paid.
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OREGON CITY, AUGUST 22, 1902.
The syndicate which financed the U.
8. Steel Company put up only $25,000,
U00 of actual cash. They have already
drawn $30,000,00J in profits and will set
much more. Think of that, ye horny'
handed republican voters.
It is an old saying that misdirected
genius beats gunpiwer all hollow as an
erplosive. Coxa's ganius was misdi
rected when in command of Coxe's army ;
but as advance agent of Rinulini;' m:tr
Telous circus he is thu right crank in the
On Labor Day"governm3nt by injunc
tion" will receive the attention of organ
ized labor throughout tha country. JTIiat
the labor unions will express their dis
approval of this form of tyranny goes
without Bavins. The tools of the power
holding class are always alert to serve
the ends of their masters.
Fiva great manufacturing establish
ments have moved from the United
States to Canada and Russia. More
will pull np stakes for foreign lands.
The cause of this movement can be
utated in a nutshell: the high tariff
duties hamper their business.
President Cdrrax presided on August
7, at Leicester, Eng., at the opening of
Ilia annual meeting of the British Trade
Unions Congress. He urgad an under
standing between the workers of Europe
nn'd America to meet the effects of inter
national capitalization. The msmber
iliip of congress Was reported at 419,000.
the Republican Congressional
tee and member of congress from Wis
consin, is getting more notice from the
noweyapera than any other man con
nected with the present "zig-zag revis
ionist,1' a term he is said to abhor. It
is further Baid he began life as a "lumber-jack"
and is now a millionaire.
SLANd,like swearing, only seems of
fensive when you find your neighbor in
dulging in it. "Papa," said the sweet
jirl graduate, "wasn't my commence
ment gown a whooperino? I had the
other girla skinned alive !" "And this is
the girl," said papa, sadly, "whose
graduating essty was 'An Appeal for
Higher Standards of Thought and Ex-
Major W. S. Miller, inspector gen
eral of Pennsylvania militia, says there
are between 8,000 and 10,000 anarcliists
in the Shenandoah coal region, that "it
is a veritable hell-hole," and "the most
God-forsaken country I have even seen,"
which causesone of his critics to reply:
"There is ground for more than a sus
picion that they are there because they
were recruited by agents of the coal bar
ons and imported in violatioi of our con
tract labor laws."
While the range is being destroyed in
this country at the rate of 5,000,000
acres a year, our stockmen are migrat
ing to the pnatorul portions of British
Columbia, where the dominion, follow
ing the example of the Australian ( clo
nics , has adopted a very liberal lease
policy which will soon transfer the beef
producing and export Industry to Cana
da. Last year over three thousand
Americans became range leaso-holders
in British Columbia, and the stream of
migration there from this country is in
creasing. Officials of the Illinois Steel Com
pany applied to the secretary of state of
Illinois recently for articles of incorpora
tion for a new pavings bank at South
Chicago. Itsollieers will be representa
tives of the steel company. The capi
tal stock will be $200,000. Thrice a
mouth the steel company pays out from
$350,000 to 1(100,000 to its employes.
The same game wua worked by the cot
ton mill owners of tho South . They
found that the employes saved 10 per
it of their wagea. With that knowl--'
ae they cut them just 10 per cent.
The crisis that tho free fight in the
1 icings world is gradually bringing
ii, .on ua will test our political institu
tions. The San Franoieco Call pointed
ly says that if such mergers as that of
the meat packers "inflict harm for
which law can provide no remedy, then
human government, in its popular form,
is a failure. Our popular Institutions
are an outgrowth of the common law,
and through them runs the principle
that for every wrong the law provides a
remedy. It will be seen, then, that if
any wrong, the least cr the greatest, I e
rcmodiless, ijoverument itself is a fai:
tire. Restraints of trade, suppression
of competition, artificial manipulation of
prices, fitful rise and fall of values, 1 y
artifice, are all public wrongs, ami ate
not without remedy, to be found through
the ordinary processes of government,"
riUy the Call here begs the que;
tlon and that extraordinary processes of
government will be necessary To cope
with the difficulties.
IS THE FARMER LONELY'l
Someone writes on this topic in
Country Gentleman as follows:'
"One may read a great deal nowadays
in the city papers about how the trolley,
telephone and rural mail delivery have
been such boons to the farmers and
other country folk, in breaking their
chains of isolation, and giving them
practically the freedom of the towns and
cities. : I object to any such assumption
of superiority in his environ m ent on the
part of the city dweller. True,we country
people, as a rule, fully appreciate the
conveniences and comforts of the trolley,
the mail and the telephone, but l ot be
cause of any particular good they bring
us from the towns, but rather as addi
tional advantages to our homes. The
troilev only takes us on its route; our
horses and carriages take us where we
will. We use the telephone more to
talk among ourselves and to transact lo
cal business than to hold converse with
towns and cities. The rural mail deliv
ery is a convenience if one is on the
rou e, and as (or the the more expedi
tious delivery of the 'great dailies,1
there are found country thinker
are almost prepared to say maff vi
these dailies bring but little that is de
sirable to have in a qiiet country home.
And granted that we are brought into
closer touch with urban life and man
ners, what do we gain by it? Aside from
muBic and art, what has the city to give
of any value to the intelligent, thought
ful, contented countryman? And what
awful things it has to give to poison (he
minds and mar the happiness and use
fulness of the country boys and girls 1
By the trolley we can more readily reach
thecity's art and music, and quite as
readily does the city's vice flow out into
"There is nothing new in the world of
letters or science that is not as accessi
ble to the reading country man as to
the city man. No new light flashes out
in literature that its glow does not come
down to the country home, and many
times finds its best appreciation there.
Good men grow like bricks in towns
all alike. Bad men there have a thous
and variations. The countryman may
not have as much politm as the other,
but he has more individuality. He may
be like his rocky field or his brambly
hedge-row, but one never sees two fields
or two old fences alike. The man who
Bees more glory in the hurry and bustle
and fever of the town than he does in
the peace and repose and inspiration of
the country will probably go to town or
8ome tucn piace,as he should
uart pantath for the water-brooks
turns the true man's heart to t he basic
goodness of the country ways."
To the Editor I would like to ask a
question that is of s irae importance to
the taxpayers of Clackamas county :
Why is it that the incoming officers,
clerk, sheriff, recorder and treasurer
drew their pay for the whole month of
July when the outgoing officers had al
ready been paid for the first 1 days.b?
ing the expiration of their term?
T. L. Turner.
The law says the clerk shall draw
warrants for salaries on first of each
month in amounts according to law.
The drawing of warrants for days
pay for outgoing officials was by order
of court, and irregular, as these officials
had already drawn full term's pay. The
county books show full pay for July in
addition to the Gjj days' extra pay.
Furnished Every Week by Clacka
mas Abstract & Trust Co.
M G Miller E andE Dunkley.e 1-2
of se of sec 11, t 4 s r 3e 450
R M Allen, to same, w,'i of se of
sec 14, t 3 8, r 3 e 450
M E church to 8 I Randolph, blk
48 and frl blk E, Conuty Add . 1000
Chas t'aliff by assignee to M A
Maddock, lots 1, 2, 5, 6' and 7,
Green Point 1100
O Calitr to M A Maddock, 'same... . 1
P and A M PoVhields to G an I A
llaberlach, 20 as in P Welch D
J H Gibson to F S Morris, right of
wav in 11 Campbell 1) L C 1
G W Vetteto to E F Vetteto. 2 as
in sec 23, t 3 s, r 1 e 050
Aurora Waterway Power Co, maps
A and C of waterway ditch
Sume location notices A, B, O and
Win Waeape to F and R Waespe,
e'j of ne of sec 20, t 2 s, r5 e.. .. 1
F R Waespe to Win Waespe, sjj
of se of sec 17, t 2 s, r 5 e 1
J F Layne to W II Garven & C E
PeVol, necf nw and s,'a' of nw of
of sec 27, t 7 s. r 4 e 1
R Dannals to C A Schutz, 15 as in
S llathawav D I. C 1500
0 C & S ;Ry Co to P 0 & O Ry Co
all track, property nni Iran
W J Zimmerman et al to E Renfer,
20 a west of Geo Wills d 1 c $1500
Sellwood Land and Imp Co to C
Thun, lots 2, 3, and 120 ft of lot 4
tract 7, Oak Grove 300
J and M Coon to G Rudstrom, lot
1 1 2. blk 8, O l& S Co.'s 1st addi
tion to Oswego 10
w Kkriu et us to h C Krauw,
2.14 a in sec 10. t 8 s, r 1 w
Same to J Wilson, sw' of sec 10, t
8 . r 1 w. ex 47.55 a 3000
K Gasch to IS F Riley, undivided
two-thirds of block 02, and frac
tional blks 61, 03, 70, 8!), M iUvau-
Up to Die Eight Doctors
Pe-ru-na Saved Her Life.'
DS of women Buffer from
3 catarrh. This la sure to
such symptoms as cold feet
ick headache, palpitation of
nd heavy feelings In the
ns a series of experiments
le. They take medicine for
e. They take medicine for
Oration, for palpitation of
' : dyspepsia. None of these
any good because they do
3 cause of the complaint.
once mitigates all these
y removing the cause,
atarrh is the trouble. Sys
h pervades tho whole sys
es every organ, weakens
n. No permanent cure can
until the systemic catarrh
.ctly what Feruna will do.
a Cox, Assistant Fostmii
n, S. C, writes :
een a great Mufferer from
ase and dyspepsia for five
I suffered no tongue can
eight or ten of the best phy
jut receiving much benefit,
s of patent medicines. But
3d with sick headache, cold
ds, palpitation of the heart,
eavy feeling in my stomach
H times I would be so nerv
lot boar anyone around me.
iven up to die.
a friend sent me one ot Dr.
amphks, and I deolded to
. lie advised Peruna and
i after taking the medicine
felt greatly relieved. My
pain me any scaroely, and
was relieved of its heavy
B.' Hartman, President ot The Hartman Sanitarium, oi
O., gives advice to women tree during the summer months.
Title Guarantee & Trust Co to Mer
chants Investment & Trust Co,
ne of sec 36, t 2 s, r 6 e 1
M MuesBig, et ux to J and 0 Resell,
1 a in d 1 c No 45, t 3 s, r 1 w... 1
Board of School Land Commission
ers to O I & S Co (correction) lots
3, 4, 6 of nw and nw of sec 10,
ne of sec 17, 2 s, 1 e 374
T F Ryan et ux to N E Rail, lots 4,
17, blk 11, Gladstone 170
J H Revenue to E Idleman, tract
in sec 13, t 3 s, r 4 e 450
J Gard to F S Morris, w of ee of
sec 34, 1 1 s, r 3 e 15C0
C Junker et ux to Evangelical Lu
theran Mission, tract in sec 13, 2
s, 4 e 1
M Newman to W E Ritchie, e of
nw of section 36, 1 1 s, r 4 e 1425
F A Ely et ux to W B Sanfnrd, blk
6, and 100 feet of blk 7, Mountain
View addition 300
J M Coon et ux to Oswego Com
mercial & Savings Bank, lots 7, 8,
blk 30, O I & S Co.'s 1st addition
to Oswego 30
S J Ware to C M Ware, 135 a in sec
20, 40 a in sec 30, t 2 s, r 6 e, and
40 a in sec 23, t 2 s r e 1500
Look Pleasant, Please.
Photographer C. C. Harlan, of Eaton,
O., can do so now, though for years h6
couldn't, because he suffered untold ag
onv from the worst form of indigestion.
All physicians and medicines failed to
help him till he tried Electric Bitters,
which worked such wonders for him
that lie declares they are a godsend to
sull'erers from dyspepsia and stomach
troubles. Unrivaled for diseases of the
stomach, liver and kidneys, ihey build
up and give now life to the whole sys
tem. Try them. Only 50c. Guaran
ed by G. V Ii'ti i; l'i;nt.
Is the cause of mcirs dlscrmifort than any other
ailment. If you ent the thin that you want,
and that re good for you, you are distressed.
Aokr' Dvxpepaln ThIiIkU will make your
digestion perfect and prevent dyspepsia and its
Kttendunt dlaagreeableaymnloma. You can lately
eat anything, at any time, It you take one ot these
tablets aflorwarda. Bold by all druggists undera
positive Riiarantne ; 23 cents. Mouoy refunded if
von ar not satisfied. Send tolua for a free sam
ple. W. H. Hooker Si Co., Buffalo, N. iY or
Howell &;jonea, druggl.M.
n In eurhmer can be) prevented
Y by taking
Its as beneficial In summer as
In winter. If you are weak or
run down, It will build you up.
Send for free sample.
SCOTT A 1IOWNK, Chemists,
409-415 Pearl Street, New York.
50c. ana i.ao; an antggists.
and Tin Shop
JOBBING AND REPAIRING
Opposite Caufleld Block OREGON CITY
I r ALMA :1 -r I
l "1L " Iv.COX
feeling. I am so thankful that I can say
after using several bottles of the Feruna
and Manalln I am restored to perfect
"Before using your remedies I could
not eat anything. I lived on barley
water and Fanopeptln for two years.
Now I oaa eat with pleasure. Every
body is so surprised at my improvement,
Everyone says I am looking like a rose,
I would advise all iufferlng women to
take your remedies. I know if it were
not for Feruna and Manalln I would
have been in my grave to-day. I cannot
thank you enough for the kind advice
you have given me." MISS ALMA
L. COX. (
Senator M. C. Butler, ex-Governor of ;
South Carolina, writes from 'Wash
ington, T. G., the following :
" can recommend Peruna for dys
pepsia and stomach trouble. I have
been using your medicine for a short
period, and l feet very much relieved.
It Is Indeed a wonderful medicine, and
besides a great tonic" M. C. Butler.
Peruna restores health in a normal
Peruna puts right all the mucous mem
branes of the body, and in this way re-
stores the functions of every organ.
THE MORN1NQ TUB
cannot be enjoyed in a basin of limited
capacity nor where the water supply and
temperature is uncertain by reason of
defective plumbing or heating apparatus.
To have both put in thorough working
order will not prove expensive if the
work is done by
F. C. CADKE
Heiv Goods Arriving
Daily, at th
Stereoscope and 50 Views, $1.60
"Frincely" Golf and Working Shirt,
best made, $1 in Portland; 65c.
Pompadour Combs and Hair
naments, very latest
Valenciennes Lace for Ruffles, ic.
Straight Front Corsets, 49c.
Colored Mercerized Underskirts
Nansoos Embroidery, 5c per yard.
Bone and Aluminum Hair Pins,
SC. per doz.
Pearl Shirt Buttons, all sizes, 5c.
Ladies' Summer Undervests, 5c.
Ladies' Black Hose, 5c.
Ladies' and Children's Handker
chiefs, two for Sc.
Ladies' White Aprons, 15c.
Ladies' Ready Made Dress Skirts,
All Colors Satin Ribbon, 4c. a yd.
TailorMade Suits, $7.75.
Torchon Lace, six yds. for 5c.
E. E. G. SEOL
Will give you a
Bargain in Wall Paper
Wall Tinting and In
General House Painting
Paint Shop near Depot Hotel
Brunswick House andR estaurant
KEWLY JfURNISKEB ItQ0M3
Meals at All Honrs
Only First CLs Sestauraht in the City,
CHAS CATTA Prop.
Opposite Suspension 'Bridge- OREGON CITY. OEE.
POPE & O.
H 1 ARTERS FOR
Hardware, Stoves, Syracuse Chilled and Steel Plows,
Harrows and Cultivators. Planet Jr., Drills and
Hoes, Spray Pumps,
Fourth and Main Sts.
SHANK & B1SSELL, Undertakers
Phones 411 and 304.
YOU MAY NOT KNOW IT
ItiZ UiNlvcKbl 1 Y VP UKEGON,
The first m ester, Session 1902-3, opens Wednesday, September
17th. The following Schools and Colleges are comprised in the
University : Graduate School, College of Literature, Science and Arts,
College of Science and Engineering, University Academy, School of
Music, School of Medicine, School of Law.
Tuition free, excepting in Schools of Law, Medicine and Mu s
, Incidental fee 10.00, Student-Body tax $2.50 per year). Cost of liv
ing from $ioc.oo to $200.00 per year. For Catalogue, address
Registrar of the University, Eugene, Ore.
New Machine ho
IVith New Machinery
HAS BEEN OFENED BY
Old Roake Stand, Rear of Pope's Store
All kinds of Saw Mill, Farming and Other Machinery
riade and RepaireJ.
Op on Day and Night
Oh, yes; oh, yea; come u !
for the fullest and freshest stc
canned goods in town. We
just receiving a large lot oKy'ie
very best fruita and vegetablesrin
cans. Try our sliced peaches, our
fancy corn, or oui tender melting
peas! Go away, you make my
mouth water. Oh, no; come round
and buy. Prices very low.
7TH ST. GROCER.
the PATENT F' l. 1
of it in a ringing choru
The bread consequences that
its s are fine enough to
ilease the most fastidious. We can
ft permit our reputation to suffer by
r ; tting anything below our high
r dard on the market. What the
nt brand is at its best it is all the
nr . Made by Portland Flouring
iv' ' o. and sold by all grocer.
iftliiiiii,l,iiiiiiii,iiiifl , JtN..,iiHn...iiBin t iHiiniiiifc,.iiifci.iiJ
We carry the only complete line I
of Caskets, Coffins, Robes and s
Linings in Ulackamas County.
We have the only First-Class
Hearse in the County, which we
will'furnish for less than can be
Embalming a Specialty,
Our priceB always reasonable.
7th St., Bet. Bridge and Depot.
Brown & Welch
Proprietors of thb
A. O. U. W. Building
REGON CITY, OREGON
But the Best Stock of First-Class
Goods to be Found at Bottom
Prices in Oregon City is at