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Oregon City Enterprise.
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day tlila yi'ar, tlie tlmu antltli'atoi)
oiik tluy, au tliat laat Hunday tlie gow
lailica iriiariil a dinnrr fit for kinK
and of wliii'h they uii(lit to tie proud,
prtM'trrd " It wan without tlie ronvnn
li'inci of a inofliTii oraik alove and own,
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rli'i waa lat kiiiK Ix'raiiMi tlnre waa D'i
oviui. A bright n'Mit toi did ample and
unaurmaatd duty in tliu trt'parutlon of
litfllt lillrH'llIt, IiiimiI, I'rtkfrt and a'at'll
colililcr. Snvrral KUcnta worn prom'iit to
enjoy the dinner and winli Mr. Ilanlinrf
tunny liappy rnliirna of tliu dny with a
like dinner and company to clieer and
InvlKnmte him, all of whom, enjoyed a
Amomi Ilor (inooKHa In lln review
of the hop Hit nut ion the OnKiinian aayi:
Hop KrowiTt are hcninninu to make ral
culationa ahout harveatlnir their eroie.
AIiIioiikIi the apring wan luUi, the Krowth
of the vines ia duller than IhmI year,
rii-klnif of the early varietiea will beuiu
ahout Hcpteiiilier 1, and of the Inter va
rirtlea ahout September 8 or 10. The
iniiiuy weather of the pant ten iluya hna
Inereaai'd the lira on the vinea, hut the
trouble from thla fiuiwi la not nearly ho
Herious an it was (ant year. The crop of
tli in Mtiilii ia eatiinated at fiom 70, 000
to 75,(1(10 baleri, about twice that of hmt
year, and WaHhliiuton will aUo prodiire
about twice the crop of hint year, owihk
to 2000 acrea in Yaklma'a county coming
into hruring. As to pricea, nothiiiK dell
uito can be Htuted, but the proitiecU ure
for a low flKiiro. The hop crop In Ko
roe la luro, and within the pant few
week all the accumulations of hops in
New Yoik state hava been thrown on
the market. Hop growers are anticipa
ting a low price ami an) (Inuring on get
ting their hops picked at correspondingly
At. Namks Cai'iiiit. The cnipo of
three prisoners from the jail a week ago
lust Sululuy, was noted last week. On
Thiirriility of hint week Sheriff Maddock
received a telegram from Pendleton In
forming him that one of the etciicd
prisoners hud been secured there. Ac
companied by Mack lvitiiiNliy, who went
for the trip, ho immediately started
lifter the prisoner and found upon bis
nrriynl in I'endleton that Al. Names was
in custody, having journeyed Unit fur on
a freight train. He wus taken charge
of by Mr. Maddock ami is now behind
the burs, liotli Mr. Maddock and Mr.
Kamsby are loud in their praise of the
way the rendloloniuns treated them
Finn at Okhvais, Word comes Mint
ut 0 o'clock Monday evening the Citth
olio church at Gervuis caught fire, and
despite tlie efforts of the firomon to save
it, burned to the ground. It and lis con
tents are a total loss, that of the para
pbrenelin being estimated at 1 1000, and
tho building at 5000. The insurance
isfMOon tho building and 2000 on
the paraphrenalia. The fire is supposed
to huye originated in rather tSommer'a
library. It was by tho hard work of the
tlremen that tlie Mitchell residence,
near by, was saved. The church no
doubt, will soon be rebuilt.
tKYi MKJf AT ail'IKII.
IT. Co nil u IMncumni'n Nome of Ilic (fills
oim (ilven lly the Men.
A large and exH't tHiit audience gath
ered at I he C)iigM'e,iitloiiul church Hum
day evening to hcur Ir, Cowan disciiKs
the ipii'stioii "Whv Mm men of Oregon
City (Home of them) do not attend
church," Dr. Cowan had S 'lit out writ
ten inquiries and in rvsponse hud re
ceived a multitude of answers, some
tblrtv-elght of which he cluslllcd and
read. Wo give an extract from the
"The thirty-eight reitsona" laid Ir.
Cowan, "full naturally Into two classes
those white find the hindrance to church
alteniliint'e in some fault of the church
or the minister, and those which llnd It
In the man himself, or In his isirsoiial
circumstances or his social surroundings.
There will lie time tonight to consider
only the reusons of the lirst class.
"These, when analysed, seem to form
ulate themselves Into five complaints;
two aifaliist the church and three agulnst
"1. 'The church Is not social in its
temper. It does not welcome the strm
gr conlially.' I am ufruid the charge
is well founded. The church does not
welcome the stranger so warmly as she
ought. Hut itIiiii the n-aaon is nut
always what you, my non-churcli-go!tig
friend, apparently assumed it to be. It
is not because of a malicious and cold
blooded purpose on the part of the
church member to slight you. It is nut
because he Is iiufiiemlly or even indiff
erent in his finding toward you. It ia
simply Is-causu, like a good launv otheia
of his race, be ia naturally Indolent. He
wakes up tired Sunday morning, lie
comes to church tired, and remains tired
throiitilioiit the services, ami when the
seivlce ia over he finds it much essior
to sit itt ill and rest, than lo he alert and
w ide awuke, and when he sets a stranger
go leaping over the bucks of the bencbi
and over the beuda of his fellow members
to get at him and empriace him and bid
him w elcome and tell him lo come again.
It ia raider; and because he Is lazy he
does the easy thing, and that is all there
is to it
"Then again, sometime the church
member ia bushful, more or less. It is
hard for him to break the iee. Grace
ha done a good deal for him, but it
hasn't lifted him altogether out of these
natural infirniatlve. Let me make
suggestion, (Since it I a mutter of mu
tual Interest, and since it ia pretty hard
for him lo do his part, why not help him
a little. When you soe him smile timidly
and faintly at you aa if he would say,
'I'd really like to ihako hands with you,
you smile back at him just the leant
little hit, as much aa to say, 'Iiaikisis
willin'.' And if be pushes his foot out
a little a if he would tuko a step toward
you, don't turn your buck on him as if
you were afraid he would And if at
last he makes the idling and oilers his
hand, don't give him jual the tis of
your finger to hold on by, because lie
might loose hi hold and never get it
attain. He is timid, you see, and needs
encotirsgenrent, Kncourage him. And
if you can't do any more, at least give
him a chanco to try to welcome you.
I loll 't, as you sometime have done, get
yourself all ready white the benediction
ia being pronounced, to shoot like a
rocket for tlie door the moment the last
word is sjiid, Hecause the church mem
her is not always iwift of foot, and he
might not be able to catch you. Why,
I can't always catch you myself, and I
think I nt a pretty good runner too.
I tried it tho other morning when you
were hear. At the close of the service
I made my way as quickly as I could to
the top of the stairs yonder, but you
were too quick for me, and I only got
theM in timo to see your coat-tail stand
ing straight out behind, as you fired your
self out at the door down below. Now
my friend, we can't lie responsible for
the consequences when you do that way
We'll do the best we can, but we can't
guarantee to catch you when you run
like that. You have too much the start.
"Hut now, us to this gentleman who
sitys hero In the 'reasons' that he went
with hi family to a certain church In
this city eight Sundays in succession
without getting any attention from any
body why all I have to Buy is that if he
means by that statement what the words
seem to mean, then I don't wonder that
he felt a littlo disgusted. I wouldn't
blumo tho non-churchgoers much if they
should gut up a charivari party and
drum tho church out of town. And if
this church wob tho one, then I hereby
volunteer to help them do it whenover
they are ready, Nut first I would like
to see tho mutter fairly tried under my
own eyes. And if tho gentleman is hero
to night, I want to make a proposition
to him. Hero it is, my friend. 8oie
fine Sunday morning not many weeks
hence, I would like to have you come to
this church, and ask the usher to give
you a front Bitt, as ho will bo very hnppy
to do. And having staid through the
eorvices, I ask you to rise somewhat de
liberately to your feet and proceed in
not too greut haste toward the door,
glancing at least once on each Bltlo, if
peradvonture any one should be trying
to catch your eyo. And if you pass in
that manner with your whole family for
one Sunday only out at yonder door and
down the stairs without a sign of wel
come from anybody, then I will give you
a certificate for presentation at St.
Feter'a gate, that I don't think you are
to blumo for not going to church In Ore
gon City ut least at this paitlcular
church. Moreover, If, after you ure once
out you will come sMiuid lo I he buck
door here ii rid Inquire for me, and will
give me the names of the church iiiein
bers along the aisle there who let you
pass out under their nose wilhoiit mov
ing said noses up or down by way of rec
ognition, you and I togotber will put
them on the gridiron, and we will roust
them to a turn, and then you shall cut
them every one. Membi'rs of the church
will please tuke notice under penalty of
"2. "f ho church I proud, exclusive.
arist'K-ratlt!. Its member are clannish,
ami disposed to form iheinm-lve into a
llttte ring all by themselves, and shut
out all tho world besides, and eieciallv
tbut part of it which doe not wesr the
gold ring and the goodly apparel.' If
this is true It Is sad, but it is not new.
C'hui ches much mater Mie fountains of
apostolic purity than this church is,
have needed exhortutlon on this oiiit,
as you will see by reading tlie second
chanter of James' epistle, lint the
spirit is none the lei' hateful for all
that. Audit 1 hateful baleful as sin,
for it la sin. Oh, that lordly pride Ilia
comes sailing down the middle, aisle in
its silk and diumorid, and seats ltwdf
holt upright in the middle of its stately
pew, with six feet of unoccupied cushion
on the right and on the left, and through
the whole hour and a half will not deign
to turn lis lordly head to give one glance
or lordly dlfdain at the plebeian stran
gers shunting there in the alsli; and clear
buck to the door, and w ho would bristle
with fiery eyed and red faced anger if
any pieHumptioin indn-r should dare to
show one of these weary worshipper
into one of the useless corners of that
great pew if there' snv thing more
hateful thun (but on earth, what is it?
As if the greut God could not (rfk right
Ihiough that covering of fliumy finery
and re the mean little, sbrivelled-up
dinner within. As if the sturdy bod
carrier stunding out thete by the d or,
with bis hoiicHt heart and stulwurt man
hood were not a thoiisund time more a
man tn God's sight thun lie with all his
stulely show. Why man, God don't
know anything about clothes, or about
tboHo shiny things w hich men sometimes
ciray In the pockets of their clothes. All
he sec as he looks down on the crow ds
gathered before bis altars ia manhood
character, and the man who has the
most of that tuke the highest seat before
God, lie be rich or bo he poor. And
when man think that he can lord it
in the house of God because die has
money, I don't wonder that God and
man turn way in disgust. But then
there l another spirit which may er
cliunce find it w ay bore which is just
as hateful, and that ia the pridu of
poverty. There is a haughty and sup
ercillious pride of wealth, and there is
a censorious, snarling pride of poverty,
and one hss just as little place in a
Christian heart as the other. And this
greut gulf which sometimes yawns be
tween tho rich and the poor even right
here in the presence of the sacred alter,
is not always wholly due to the haughty
pride of the mun in broadcloth and kids;
it may be equally due to the not lens
haughty pride of the man in smock and
overall. The longer I live the more I
am aalisfled that there is not so much
difference between man in the different
stations of lifo. Their temptations are
not so different; their vices are not so
different ; and, thank God, their virtues
their noble, redeeming trait of man
hood are not so different.- And I believe
that much of the estrengment which
divids the rich and poor is sheer mis
understanding. II they could know each
other better they would love each other
more. Tho rich sometimes regard the
poor as mere rubble because they do
not know them. And we who are poor
are apt to look upon the rich as heart
less and selfish and proud, because we
do not know them There is a story of
an old cardinal who lived in Spain
hundreds of years sgo, who had princly
revenues from his high office, and who
dressed in lordly splendor, and rolled in
lordly magnificence through the streets,
and people thought that he hud forgotten
(lie day w hen he was a poor friar begging
from door to door, and that he was lifted
up in pride and arrogance in the midst of
his power and oppulenee. But w hen be
cume to die they stripped off those costly
robes and found underneath, the friar's
frock of haircloth which he had never
taken oil' from the day long ago when in
Ids poverty he hud firwl put it on.
riirouuh all tho.so years he had worn it
next to his person, mending it with big
own hands, and whilo men saw only the
cardinal, tho real man within was the
humblo monk as ho had always been.
And many a man who to vonr eye and
mind seems clad in all the magnificent'
and prido of wealth, is wearing under-
neuth the garments of genuine humility,
and tho spirit of kindly Christian love
and brotherhood. Perhaps, my brother,
if you will get near enough to" see, you
will find that Bomethinit like that is true
of some of the Christian men and
women around you. Try to believe it
so at least until the contrary is induti
tuble. r'or Sale, ( heap.
A good six-room house, $200 cash, bal
ance Installments. A chance to put your
rent into a home. C. II. Dvk.
State and County warrants of Oregon
and Washington bought by James E.
Puvib to., 247 mark Btreet, Portland,
Kii.ixri tmb I'okkms Also the tree.
The lingerie Register says that widow
iady ol that section, is one of many who
tried the kerosene emulsion for destroy
ing bon-rs In her fruit trees, with tlie
result of losing the borers, tree and all
Hi-r Lte husband slurled a fine young
orchard before his death, and the trees
were three year old tills spring. The
borer got to working among thorn, and
she followed the advice of tlie state board
of horticulture and used the kerosene
emulidon to destroy them, and us a re
sult 1 201) of her fine young tree were
killed. It is a heayy loss to her. Many
reports of similar losses have been made
from various part of the state, and
while some have used the emulsion with
out injuring the trees, other have
destroyed their orchards and it seem
the ls-st advice is to leave it alone.
Prom inquiry a the office of the state
board of horticulture, It i learned that
it was not kcroHcne emulsion which is
alleged lo have killed the trees, but ker
Kavk I)iscoi;st. Save money and
trouble by Inmring your property at the
lurgest Insurance Aifency in the city.
Several of the lieat Knglish and Ameri
can companies represented. General
fund city warrants taken at pur in pay
ment for iiiHuranre premiums until
Iiec, 1st. F. E. IIoxai.ijsos, Agent.
Water Conanmers Attention!
Persons allowing water to wate or run
all day or all night are violating the rules
of this board and will be dealt with ac
cordingly. Section IS of the rules and
regulations provides ; that consumers can
only use water for irrigation or sf rink-
ling luw ns between the hours of 5 and 0
A. M. and 5 and 0 P. M.
liy order of the lkiurd of Water Com
Alleghanr, Pa., March 111,
Mh. Nohmaw I.ii iitv, Pes Moines, Ia.
Iikak Sik: I find Krauzes Headache
CupMilc a ready seller, and can say (rem
personal experience that they are a good
thing, ss the other night they cured me
of a bad attack of neuralgia in about one
hour, w hen usually it lusts a day or so.
C. W. Smabt,
For sale by ("barman & Co'. City
Drug Store, Oregon City, Or.
Have you seen those beautiful Indigo,
oil red and light prints, outing flannels,
sulleens and trimmings jnsl received
from Chicago at the Red Front Stores
away below any price quoted in Clacka
mas county before.
Wedding stationery, the latest style
and finest assortment ever brought to
Oregon City at the Kntkbi'iiike office.
f UtURUiill lilCdil-
Dyeing of ev
tion. 92 6th St.,
E. S. Blackwell & Co., Prs.
We Have a Household
Ammonia of a quality
that is far superior to
25c. that which the ordinary
corner grocery furnishes
Ours is nearly double
Pint, the strength and the
prieo is exactly the
same. Why not try it?
Huntley's Drug Store,
Oregon City, Oregon.
You recollect how on the last
vacation you would have given
twice the price of a paper, maza
rine or novel for something to
read. We have lots of new
novels, and new editions of old
novels for 25c. each, and some
old ones for 10c. W will Fend
you regularly as issued, without
any extra cost to you
Oregon City. And
Would be pleased to Bee his friends
and patrons in his new
Third and Morrison Streets,
Over Golden Rulo Bazaar.
Nothing Bets off a women as well as a drensy.
cape. Arc all the go now and the fincKt Reac
tion in Oregon City can he found at
THOS. CHARMAN & SON.
For summer wear they have a very com
plete line of
DRESS GOODS. f
All tho latest styles and weights. To he 'sold
at prices lower than ever offered in tlm city.
THOS. CHARMAN & SON,
Who have just received a new invoice, alo a full line of the best ladies
fine shoes. We have the finest and best assortment of
shoes in the city. Prices low. Call and see.
THOS. CHARMAN & SON.
SEVENTH - STREET - BAKERY
Lunch and Hot Coffee at Every Hour of the Day.
All Kinds of Cake Made to Order
AND ORNAMENTED FREE OF CHAGE.
aT LEAVE YOUR ORDERS FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
Jacob Kober, Proprietor.
directly nd indirectly, by people who rantmt do their own Strvraae. alt
letter, or keep their own bookn; aud who do not know when business and 1ckI paper
which they mutt handle every day are made out correctly. 3f"All these thlnfs.nd
much more, we tearh thonnnjlily.
Hundreds of our frraduate are In (rood positions, and there will be opcnlnrs for
hundreds more when times Improve. Xvw Is the time to prepare for them. Besides, a
business education Is worth all it cost. or ora'i oun ute. Send for our catalogue, to
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