Oregon City courier. (Oregon City, Or.) 1902-1919, April 08, 1904, Page 7, Image 7

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Let me
reasons why
the Rock Island System.
There are lots of them.
L. 8. CORHAM, Ceneral Agent,
140 Third St., Portland, Ore.
1. '
Famous Train
The Southwest Limited, Kansas
City to Chicago. The Overland
Limited to Chicago via Omaha,
and the Pioneer Limited St. Paul
' to Chicago, run via the
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul
Each route 'offers numerous at
tractions. The principal, thing
to insure a quick, comfortable
trip east is to see that your tickets
read via the Chicago, Milwaukee
H. S. ROWE, j
General Manager.
l-st. A 1 III PJWI ITDiil
wmm m mum m
Ho! for St Louis and the World's Fair!
Nature's Art Gallery of the Rockies in addition to the at
attractions at St. Louis. This can only be done by going or
returning via the "SCENIC LINE OF THE WORLD."
nrivaled scenic attractions
nequalled dining car
nsurpassed in efforts
Write for illustrated booklet of Colorado's famous sights and resorts.
W. C. McBRlDE, General Agent
124 Third Street Portland, Oregon
St Paul
The short line between there three
great cities.
The route of the famous
We&tcrn Limited
every night in year
Before sUrtlng on trip no Batter where
write for Interejtlni, information about oom
orablc traveling
H. L. SISTER, Gen'I Agent.
i32 Third Street. Portland.
General Passenger Agent,
St. Paul, Minn.
You don't
have to
hire a Cab
The La Salle Street Station
Chicago, which is used bv
trains of the Rock Island
System, is located in
the very heart of the
city, less than a
block from the Board
of Trade; less than
two blocks from the Post
Office; within easy walk
ing distance of the principal
hotels, theatres and stores.
You don't have to hire a cab to reach them.
The ' 'union loop' ' is right in front of the station.
Pay 5 cents, get aboard the elevated, and you are
whisked to any part of town you wish to reach.
give you other
you should use
134 Third Street, Portland
to please
Corvailis & Eastern
No. 2 For Yaquina:
Leaves Albany 12:45 p. m.
" Corvailis 2:00 p. m.
Arrives Yaquina 6:20 p.m.
No. 1 Returning: . Zz5
Leaven Yaquina... 6:45 a. M;
Leaves Corvailis 11 :30 a. m.
Arrivei Albany..., 12:15 p. m!
No. 3 for Detroit
Leaves Albany 7:00 A. M.
Arrives Detroit 12?20 P. M.
No. 4 from Detroit 1 .
Leaves Detroit J :00 p.m.
Arrives Albany 5:55 p. m.
Train No. 1 arrives Albany In time to
connect with the 8. P. south bound
train, as well as giving two or three
hours in Albany before departure of 8
P. North bound train.
Train No. 2 connects with the 8.P
trains Corvailis and Albanygivinn
direct service torNewport and adjace;,
' Train 3 for Detroit, Breitenbueh and
other mountain resorts leaves Albany at
7:00 a. m., reaching Detroit about noon,
giving ample time to reach the Springs
same day.
For further information apply to
Edwin 8tonb,
T. CocKRKLL, Agent, Albany.
Shout like
at- Union Pacific
Through Pullman standard and tourists
sleeping cars daily to Omaha, Chicago,
Spokane, tourist sleeping-cars (personally
conductde), weekly to Chicago and Kan
fas city. Reclining chair cars (seats free)
to the East daily.
No change of cars
from Portland, Ore.
Salt Lake, Denver, Ft.
Worth, Omaha, Kansas
City, St. Louis, Chicago
and the East,
:2s p. m,
U : 1 5 a m via
8:15 p. in.
Salt Lake, Denver, Ft.
Worth, Omaha, Kansas
City, Salt Lake, Chicago
and the East,
q:oo a. m.
via Hunting,
St. Paul
Fast Mall
Walla Walla, Lewiston,
Spokane, Wallace, Pull
man, Minneapolis, St,
Paul, Duluth, Milwaukee,
Chicago and East.
7:45 P-
For San Francisco Every five days at
8:00 d. m. For Astoria, way points and
North Beach Daily (except Sunday) at
at 8 P. m.; Saturday at 10:00 p. m. Dally
service (water permitting(n Willamette
and Yamhill Rivers.
For full information ask or Write your
nearest ticket agent;
General Passenger Agent.
The Oregon Railroad and Navagation Co,
Portland. Ore.
A Business Proposition 1
If you are going East a careful selection
of your route is essential to the enjoyment
of your trip. If it is a business trip time
is the main consideration; If a pleasure tr'p
scenery and tne convenience and comfort
of a modern railroad.
Why not combine all by using the
ILLINOIS CENTRAL, the up-to-date road
running two trains daily from St. Paul
and Minneapolis, and from Omaha to
Chicago. Free Reclining Chair Cars, the
tamous tsunei-LiDrarysmoKing tars, all
trains vestibuled. In short thoroughly
modern throughout. All tickets reading
via ine Illinois central win Be Honored on
these trains and no extra fare charged.
Our rates are the same as those 6f infe
rior roads. Why not get your money's
worm r
Write for full particulars.
Gen'I Aet Portland. Ore.
J. C. Lindsey, T. F. & P. A. Portlandj-Or.
Paul B. Thompson,
F. & P. A., Seattle, Wash.
Portland and The Dalles Route All way
Connecting at Lyle, Wash, with
Columbia River and Northern Ry Co.
for Wahkiacus, Daily, Centervill, Golden.
dale and all Klickitat Valley points.
Steamer leaves Portland daily, except
Sunday, 7 a. m., connecting Jwith CR&N
train at Lyle, 5:3o p. m., for Goldendale.
Arrives The Dalles, 6:3o p. m.
Steamer leaves The Dalles daily, except
Sunday, 7 a.m. CR&N train leaving Gold
endale C:i2 a. m. connects with this steam
er for Portland, arriving Portland 6 p. m.
Excellent meals served on all steamers.
Fine accommodations for teams and wag
ons. For detailed information of rates,
berth reservations, connections, etc.. write
or call on nearest agent.
General Offices Portland, Or. H. C.
Campbell, Manager. . -
Astoria '& Columbia
River Railroad Co.
8:80 a, m
For Maygers, Rainier,
Garskannle, Westport,
Clilton, Astoria, War
renton, Flavel, Ham.
monj, Fort Stevens
Gearhart, Park. Seaside,
and Seashore.
Astoria Express
4:3o p. m,
tt o. m.
11:30 a. in.
? Ex, Sat.
9; lo p. m,
For further Information address,
J. C. Mayo, Astoria, Oregon.
th moat healing aalva In tha world.
J We promptly obtain U. 8. nd Foreign
f Bend model, aluttcti or iiliuw pi invention for '
f free report on patentability. For free book I
M W Trevitt to R B Miller, 30 acres
in sec 26, 12 E, $1.
A B Cole to J Kaster, 31 acres in sec
38, 4-1 E, $1,600.
M Merchbank to J A Seltzer, 5 acres
in Brown CI, 44 E, $500.
H Kraeft to P H Peters, 23(1. acres in
sec 24, and V) of NW ; and 8W of sec
16 in T 41 W, $5,775.
R J Monre to N H Steitinger, 180
acres in see 16, 52 E, $6,650.
A J Seltzer to T F Ryan, TS of NE &
Ey2 of of NW of sec 22, 4-4 E, $1,000.
A Kiebe to F Fenske EJ of V &
NW of sec 23, 41 E, $3,600.
It J Rawlins to B F Rawlins W of
WK of NE of S W of sec 21. 4-5 E, $1.
Catholic Ctiurch to C Kerr et al 7
acres in Whitcomb CT, $1,325.
F J Lund to J B Lund SK of SW of
sec 28, 3E,$150. "
W P Johnson to J F Sauders, lots 1 &
2 Blk 8 Willamette Falls, $77 '.
J H Spain to S Iv Co, S.r4ofNW&
NE of SW, of sec 6, 2-5 E, $2,600.
S I Co to J B Reynolds, a'A of NW &
NE of SW of sec 6, 25 E, $2,600.
a uemoy to ft Hi van wey, do acres
in Didwell CI, 3-4 E, $1,300.
uamor.c unurcti to vvagner, I acre
in Whitcomb CI, 11 E, $300.
G- U Brown to A P Erickaon, 43 acres
in sec i.5, 31 E, $2,017.
F i White to G L Story, lot 9 blk 60
Central Adi, glOO.
E Lacet to J U Miller, 60 acres in CI
43, 44 E, $600.
F S Morris to F Ptuschoff, SE of NE
of sec 12, 44 E, $1.
O I & S Co, to C H Elston, lots 6, 7 &
8, blk 38, Oswego, $1.
W O Mack to A B Dedman, 4.71 acreB
in sec 33, 31 E, $471.
N F Glass to K Cower, lot 7, blk 140,
O C, $l,025.
E A Shepherd to O Shepherd, 20 acres
in fendleton CI, 31 E, $1,000.
C Bruge to Horton & Strunckmeier,
lot 5 to 18, blk 94, Oak Grove, $2,500.
W P T S Co to U F Howe, lot 11, blk
2, Eatacads, $300.
R M Jones to L D Eaton lot 13, blk 24,
Oswego, $500.
G A Aendt to K Siebert, 31 acres in
sec 12, 41 W, $1,600.
G R H Miller to F Grace, part lot i,
blk 53, OC, $100.
C Wager to 0 Wagner, 21 acres in sec
32 T, 24 E, $400.
H Jones to M S Mills, lot 17, blk 21,
Gladstone, $125.
M T Lewis to R W Lewis, one-half
interest in 50.30 acres in sec 31, 52, $1.
TLCharman to M Mills, lots 4 & 5,
16 in blk 21, Gladstone, $280.
E Spangler et al to L Samson, SW of
NE of sec 14, 51 E, $1.
O & C It R Co to J AdkinB, SE of NW
& NJ of SW of sec 15, 4-2 E, $480.
The Oregon City Courier $i so per year
The World's Fair Route.
Those anticipating an Eastern trip, or a
visit to the Louisiana Purchase Exposi
tion at St. Louis, cannot afford to overlook
the advantages offered by the MISSOURI
PACIFIC RAILWAY, which, on account of
its various routes and gateways, has been
appropriately named "The World's Fair
Passengers from the Northwest take the
MISSOURI PACIFIC trains from Denver
or Pueblo, with the choice of either going
direct tnrough Kansas City, or via Wich
ita, Fort Scott and Pleasant Hill.
Two trains daily from Denver and Pu
eblo to St. Louis without change, carrying
all classes of modern equipment, including
electric lighted observation parlor cafe din
ing cars. Ten daily trains between Kan
sas City and St. Louis.
Write or call on W. C. McBride,
General Agent, 124 Third street, Portland,
for detailed Information and illustrated
Ask the Agent For Tickets Via
To Spokane, St. Paul, Min
neapolis, Duluth, Chicago,
St. Louis, and all Points
East and South.
2 Overland Trains Daily Q
the Flyerand the Fast Mail
Splendid Service,
Up to Date Equipment,
Courteous Employes.
Daylight Trip Across the
Cascades &RockyMountains.
Information, Call on or Address,
H. Dickson, 1
City Ticket. Agent '
122, Third St., Portland, Or
S. G. YERKE8, G. W. P. A.
612 First Avenue, Seattle, Wash, i
" in 111 iimmimnwwjHiw'a
Stops the COUGH and Heals the
Some Suggestions to the
Young Women of Ore
gon City.
By Mies Jennie C. -
Leap Year has only just began and
the young ladies of Oregon City seem to
be a little baahful in the matter of ex
ercising the rights which are theirs for
1901. Believing that all that is neces
sary is a little encouragement, I have
thought of throwing font some sugges
tions, as did an Eastern newspaper the
other day. The Jackson (Minn.) Tri
bune, witn commenairbie eiterpuee, is
doing its utmost to assist the marriage
able young women of the town who are
takfng a leap year interest in. the avail
able youH2 men of the community. It
is desirous, so it says, that the young
women may set out with equal oppor
tunities, and with this end in view it
presents a catalogue of the batchelors
ho are eligible, presenting their qual
ities so that each young woman may '
select a victim, with some advance
knowledge of his business, disposition,
habits, prospects, etc.
Now in Oregon City is a goodly list:
In the Commercial Bank, Mort Latou
rette, clerk, is considered one of the
best catches in town, good, steady hab
its, lovable disposition, trustworthy,
bright, intelligent and will make a mod
el husband ; he needs to be rounded up
soon, however, as he is becomming shy
as the years rull round and will be hard
er to catch.
A most desirable prize is Dr. L. A.Mor
ris. Here is one 01 the best in tne lot;
obliging, handsome, jolly and a capital
fellow; will got up mornings and build
fires, empty ash pans, carry in water
and perform other domestic duties.
Then there is Stevens, in the
Bank of Oregon City, handsome, in
telligent and is distined to become a
leading banker of the state, there may
be some strife oyer landiug this valu
able catch, but the girl that gets him
will find it worth the effort; an early
campaign for his capture is desirable.
Natarally professional instinct would
lead us to mention an editor, J. W.
Cochrane, the girls say is the pret
tiest boy in the bunch ; bright, charm
ing, gay, great intellect ; writes an edi
torial on moral ethics or a surprise party
with equal facility and fluency ; can be
rounded up without much difficulty ; he's
all right, take h'm.
Tom. P. Fairclough, is unqualifiedly
recommended ; large, splendid physique,
handsome, ruddy complexion; gentle as
a kitten, but ii regarded as almost a
hopeless case ; ought to have been cap
ture'' eight years ago; he is thrifty, has
a good bank account, is a capital good
J fellow and if he can he ought to make
Al husband.
There's A. L. i rice; genial, warm
hearted, successful merchant; habits
good. 10 get mm will require some
Gave Him Immediate Relief.
J. Ogdersof Frostburg, Md., writes:
"I had a very bad attack of kidney com
print and tried Foley's Kidney Cure,
which gave me immediate relief, and I
was perfectly cured aitfcr taking two
bottles." It never fails to give comfort
and relief in the worst cases. Sold by
Huntley Bros. &.Co.
The Fair
via Lhicao or New Urlcans
t w A. .
to St. Louis
is the one that gives you the most Tor your
money, and the fact that the ILLINOIS
CEN I RAL offers Unsurpassed Service
via these points to the WORLDS FAIR
and In this connection to all points beyond
makes it to your advantage, In case you
contemplate a trip to any point hast, to
write us before making final arrangements.
We can offer tlii choice of at least a dozen
different routes. '
B. H. TKUMLUl.L, Commercial Agent,
142 Third Street, Portland, Oregon.
J. C. LINDSbY. T. H. & P. A., 142
Third Street, Portland, Oiegon.
P. B. THOMPSON, F. & P. A., Room
1 1 Oilman Building, Seattle, Wash.
Fo r Present Tim e
fqr future Time
for A Time
Every Elgin Watch is fully guaranteed. All jewelers have
Elgin Watches. "Timemakers and Timekeepers," an illus
trated history of the watch, sent free upon request to
Iloih National Watch Co., cum, ill.
diplomacy, but he is worth the effort.
Johnny Huerth, as eweet and mu
sical as bright Apollo's lute, a liiing
young merchant any young woman
might be proud to own as husband.
But John is shy and has - a tendency to
batcbelorhood that only a vlgorus cam
paign can over come.
If this effort proves of use to the
young ladies here or in neighboring
towns I' may extend it in a second
President a Partisan Politician
Ile2onsible for Race feeling.
The President enjoys an unlimited
confidence in himself. That haB been
demonstrated time and again. He does
not seem to think ho is bound to obey
the laws ot the United States. He has
demonstrated that, too. He has already
displayed a recklessness and disregard
of the rights and privileges of others
which has caused thousands of intelli
gent, broad-minded citizens both North
and South who were anxious to endorse
him, to look upon him as a daring I-am
the-etate egotist liable to disregard pre
cedents or the sentiments and traditions
of millions of people. If Roosevelt was
not so blinded by self-esteem and per
sonal power he ought to have realized
long ago as has nearly every observant,
unprejudiced man in the South, that he
himteif and his narrow, sectional views
and conduct have done more than any
other ten influences combined to revive
and accentuate what 1b known as the
race issue in the South. Not only that,
but his characteristic disposition to butt i
in where he is neither wanted or needed
haa done a great deal to add a serious
aspect to the negro problem in the
North. Ha professed to carry out the
policy of the late lamented McKinley,
but the shade of that good man doubt
less shrinks in shame and humiliation
over the breaking down of all he had
done to establish ha'mony between the
sections and minimize race feeling every
where in this country.
Itoosevelt is indirectly responsible for
more race feeling than any other man
who has occupied the White House with
the exception of Abraham Lincoln. The
latter was a patriot; Roosevelt is a nar
row viewed partisan politician, suffer
ing from a frenzied ambition and an
Overweening self-esteem. His efforts to
abolish lynchings in the South will
doubtless convince him that he has.
nndertaken a colossal task before he
gets through with the job, for the more
he mixes un in this matter the more en
couragement he will give negroea who
commit those crimes for which not a few
of them will be victims of lynch law..
The News is opposed to lynching any-,
where and at any time, but Mr. Roose
velt la not the man to undertake to
abolish it. The less he haa to do with'
lynching in the South or in the North,
where the lynching of negroea has grown
to be a habit, the better for both whites
and negroes, Birmingham. News,
Mangy Ilorseg.
Dee Wright, who haa been appointed
by the State Veterinarian, McLean, to
assist in the work of stamping out the
disease of mange, which is prevalent
among the horses at Molalla, returned
Tuesday from a visit to the yeterinar
ian. He offers the following recipt to
be applied to animals alllicted with the
disease when not too far advanced:
To 1 gallon lard, add pint turpen
tine, i pint carbolic acid. Before us
ing wash thoroughly with whale oil
soap, or use any gcod brand of sheep
dip. Can be purchased at any drug
store. Carried by Huntley Broa. in
Oregon City.
The report that COO horses wore afllict
ed with the disease in Polk county, was
an error. It is in Umatilla County that
the disease is so wide-spread, and not
Mr. Wright thinks the disease in thia
county will lie stamped out without
further loss of animals.
The irtist who painted the sign for
the Olympia beer people on Cole's sa
loon Monday, was a man of more than
ordinary ability. The big sign was fin
inhed in Ihhs than eight hours and wag
just about aa fine a picture aa could be
produced by a painter.