Oregon City enterprise. (Oregon City, Or.) 1891-194?, March 22, 1901, Page 4, Image 4

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    OREGON CITY ENTERPRISE, FRIDAY MARCH 22, 1001,
Oregon City Enterprise.
City and Count Official Vtprr.
Published Kvery Friday.
I,. L. rORTEK, PsoraiSToa.
KJRVCHIPTION HATKS,
Onsyear $2 00
Rix months I
Trial subscription two months 2.1
A d I ioo it lit of .V) cents on all subscriptions
lor on year, 25 cents (or liz months, If
lld in advance.
Advertising rates given on application.
ispocting, (iod-fearing man elected to
the Chicago city council once upon a
time. He wan the most useless creature
In the whole city government. The
"gang" combined against him and he
waa not allowed to be a member of any
commitlee. I( he made a motion, no
body would teconJ it. II he Introduced
a resolution, it waa never brought up (or
action. The people in hii ward were to
dissatisfied that they asked him to re
sign, which he did. What will young
Palmer doT
rjubwrlberc will find (lis dat of n pi ra
tion stsnped on tbrir psnars followina;
their name. II ibi dsie ta not cnaiigvu
wrtthin Irofffki after a payment, kindly
notify ui and we will look aiior lb
Xntered at the pontottim in Oregon City
Or., a second class matter.
4'1KST8 TOR TBt IKTIRPRISK,
Beaver Creek lr. T. B. Thomas
Carhy E. 1. Him
Ciar.amas A. Mather
atitwaukie Oscar Wissinjrer
Union Mills
Meadow llrook.
New Era
Wilson viile ....
Parkplsc
Btartord
Kultno
Canm
Molalla
Uarquara
JJutteville
Aurora.
.0. J.Triillinrar
..I has. Holman
W. t. Nesrherry
Henry Mi ley
.... R. O. Holmes
J.O Ga
... C. T. Howard
R. M.Cooper
Annie Stubba
,..J. C. Maruuam
...B. Jennings
Henry A. Snyder
eie i reek h. wiibei
Isiu-u...
Hdy
Ctirrinsvills.
II a. -runt
rn
J. C. Elliott
F. O-rUch
..Geo. J. Currin
Adolpb AacbolT
Ir ia entirely reasonable to suppose
that the next two rears will witness a
large immigration to the slate of Oregon
l sited Statu Skatob, Johs II.
UncnsLL, is staying at the Fifth avenue
hotel, in New York, and will not go to
Washington for another week.
It is laid that Oregon horses are looked
npon as being auocg the Terr best in
the United States cavalry. They have
staying qualities not found among horses
raised in cold countries,
Ripresextativi Watsox, who dis
tinguished himself during the last session
of the legislature by introducing a bill to
a'wlieh free lunches in saloons, is now
looking for oil near Trootdale. He be
lieves in the crooked stick theory of find
ing hidden treasures outside of the legislature.
It is said unofficially tbat the appro
priations of the last legislature will reach
close to 12,000,000. The session laws
have been printed and are now in the
hands of the binder, so that the exact
figures will noon become known. How
to economize in expenditures and yet
not retard the growth of the state, is a
abject for the best minds to consider.
Under the title of "Impressions," the
editor of the Eagene Morning Register
says:
"It gives us pleasure to irtroduce to
our readers, William Grant Giletrap, jr.,
one day old. As soon as he gets beyond
the paregoric stage and midnight seren
ade he will be given a "take" on the
Morning Register. Now for better
school facilities. The bonds carried by
a hundsoine majority."
Elwood Minchix, who won the prize
in the oratorical contest at Corvallis, is
charg"d with stealing a part of his ora
tion. The young man no doubt thought
he could get away with the theft if he
went far enough back so tbat nobody
wouid remember about the literature of
the early CO's. This is a dangerous
thing to do, and only a callow youth
would think of Buch a thing. There is
a good deal of stealing going on, but an
idea is a bad thing to swipe. The young
man who would attend college and steal
ideas, is fitting himself for a successful
In Russell Sage and Andrew Carnegie
we have two distinct types of rich men
who take opposite views of the purposes
of life. Carnegie built up great indus
tries in which thousands of men have
found permanent employment at good
wages and through whli'h the country at t
large has been enriched, building for
himself meantime a colossal fortune!
with which he is content to retire from
active business of money making while
yet in the meridian of life to speud the
rest of his days in disposing of his
wealth so that both he and bis fellow
men can reap pleasure and profit from
it. In so doing he baa given way to
younger men who will now have an
opportunity to develop on the same linea
on which he prospered. If his example
were generally followed, the social con
ditiona throughout the country would
undergo a change for the bet er and
there would be more opportunities
opened for capable men to roach posi
tions of prominence and usefulness in
private and public life. Both society
and politics would benefit br the change.
But Russell Sage is nothing ootaideof
the perfect type of the American who
only schemes daily how ta increase bia
wealth at some one else's expense. Ilia
fortune is built up on the.wrfxkage of
others, and at the age of 85 be still
clings with the utmost tenacity to his
old time method of adding to it.
Sage has built np no great industry
from which others may profit; still he
has the audacity to pass adverse judg
ment on Carnegie who has, and blames
him for quitting buainees while yet ia
the prime of life. He uys that Carne
gie could not help making money, be-
caose the growth and development of
the country insured that, ignoring the
fact that Carnegie's energy, enterprise
and foresight opened mines and manu
factories which made that growth and
development possible. He maintained
that the older a man gets the more
valuable is his experience and tbat he
owes it to himself aod to the few asso
ciated with him to continue to work
without considering the necessities of
the rising generation. Perhaps this is
good evideuce of the fact that he has
entered that stage of senility which is
generally in evidence in men of hii
advanced age. It ill becomes him
however, to slur the benefactions of
Carnegie, because they have been given
an unavoidable publicity, for so far as
known his own charities are of that
order which have given him the reputa
tion of being the stingiest man in New
York. Of these two types of men, the
public generally would hail with pleas
ure the multiplication of that which
Carnegie represents, and there would be
special mourning if the 'Sage' type
should forever disappear from the face of
THIN
Is
HAIR
Lots of
5 C O p 1 C
lave thin
lair. Per
ups their
parents
nd thin
uir; per
ups their
children have thin
hair. But this does
not make it necessary
For them to have thin
hair.
One
thing
you
may
rely
upon
- V
AW3
VflgQIP
makes the hair healthy
and vigorous; makes
it grow thick and
lone. It cures dan
druff also.
It always restores
color to gray hair,
all the dark, rich color
of early life. There is
no longer need of
your looking old be
fore your time.
1.00 a battle. All aragilitt.
"An remedy for natnrlng color
to tlx tulr 1 IwIivt Ayrr's lUlr
Vigor has M Kul II baa ilnii
fttra bj perfect satisfaction la
ssry WT
Mrs. A.M. STSint,
Aug. 11, ls. lUnimuoikport, It.Y.
ra r (Mm
n will mA y bonk mi TTi
lUir u4 M.iy fr. apun r-ju.i.
II yao a 4 eMl .11 lb fctMfli
yn lpt4 fmni lb at
Vlfr tii. ih Dvcfcx about H.
Da J.CATrn.
David t. Moore's NUfurtuue.
Before Justice Mo A inly last Tueadny.
Pavid B. Moore, of Cams, was Imtind
I over to the circuit court In bonds of
if 1,000. Falling to furnUh tlielmmt he
J went to jail. Mr, Moure, who ia "1 years
i old, has grown so etiiliml and disagree
able In hla old age that it la impossible
) for the ret ot the family to it ft along
with him. Last week he waa before
I Judge Ryan, who was aked to )
i judgement upon hla insanity. He waa
discharged because he could not proper
I ly I railed Insane. That was on Man h
14, When Mr. Moore returned from ila
I acquittal by the county court, his arro
j gance at home knew no bounds. He
. began to assume a violent altitude to-
l ward hla wife and family. He threat'
I ened to kill his wife, and she, for self
I protection, took out a warrant charging
him with making threats. Ills exami
nation took place laat Tuesday and he
waa hound over.
The sympathy of the entire neighbor
hood has been extended to Mrs, Moore
and the children. Moore himself haa
been a good citlten until hla mind he
gnu to fail. Sims that time he becomes
angry at the slightest provocation, and
i is unable to control hims.-lf. This spec
' ies of insanity haa been coining on him
, (or the past four years. It Is nothing
I unusual, but simply the petulance of
1 old ge In an aggravated form, The only
, question has been to deal justly and hu
manely with Mr. Moore, ami yet throw
j around his family the protection which
the law affords. It la believed that the
J proier method has been adopted. I'm
editing Attorney J. V. Campbell has ex
1 erclsd the highest deavretion in dealing
with a rase which demands such careful
consideration that no injustice may tie
(done. Mr. Moore Is entitled to syiupa-
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the earth. San Francisco Chronade.
WHAT COLONEL BRADY 8AY8.
It may be refreshing to hear what
California legislator has to say about his
troubles. lie told them in the following
entertaining manner. It would be per
fectly proper to shift the scene frornjCal-
fornia to most any state in the, Union,
career in some lines of commercial pro- Mcept Oregon. Col. Martin Brady gives
gress, but he should let literature alone.
01 all things in the world literature alone
bids defiance to successful theft. But
the young man's victory was short-lived
He will now suffer the disgrace of pass
ing through the world with tbe brand of
"thief" upon his brow and yellow dogs
can hardly be blamed for refusing to
bark at him.
It seems that llonore Palmer, son of
Potter and Bertha Palmer, is going to
run lor alderman in Chicago. Mrs.
Bertha Palmer will be remembered as a
society woman. She is extremely proud
of her son. When be gets through serv
ing a term in the Chicago city council j
ltls douottul if bis fond mother will
gloat over him very much. The young
man will be contaminated to such an
extent tbat decent people will hardly
want to remember that they ever knew
bira. There was one honest, self-re-
the woeld a practical view, for which the
world should be duly gratelul. Col.
Brady says:
"If you'll wait until I put this under
my belt," said "Colonel" Martin Brady,
as be diluted his glass of Scotch with
plain water, "I'll tell you what I thiuk
of this bunco factory in which I have
toiled for seventy days." 0
After drinking his favorite tipple the
"Colonel" moved away from the bar,
and leaning against a slot machine said:
"When I blew tbe tenderloin to enter
politics I thought I was stepping a bit
high in the world j but my experience as
a statesman conyincee me that no man
can continue in politics without becom
ing a soiled dove.
' "After a great deal of mental effort I
have determined that the laws of this
state affecting legislators should be
changed. During the session each mem
ber of the legislature should be a recog
nised attorney. Then be could lake his
bit and call it a fee. That's what most
of tbe guyi in the senate who are law
yers do.
"When you're a lawyer yon can graft
and call the stuff you cop off a fee ; bnt if
you.re not a lawyer, and too take a piece
of money for boosting or knocking a bill,
tbey dub you a 'boodler.' If I were a
lawyer I could have the agents of the
corporations band me a Lank roll at my
desk. As It is, if I desired to do any
business along that line I would hare to
go into the corridor to have dough hand
ed to me.
"In my time I have batted around
with aecoud-story workers, soft shoe
dim-era, porch climbers, strong arm men
aod gold brick salesmen, but I never
butted in to such a bunch of high-toned
burglars as the stiffs in tbe senate. Why,
a lot of those guys would touch you for
your eye. ,
"Talk about your 'natural-born reach
era,' why, they had their mitt out all the
ti me and they weie ready to accept any
thing from a greenback to a cigar. But
no one knocked them. When they got
the stuff they said it was a 'fee.'
vr,.. i ui i
v.. tinnahar, making it unnecessary to
auvs. urass-cuuer iioungan got swelled cover any portion of the route twice.
thy and not censor In his old age, To
restrain him from the commission of
crime is the object ol the law, and Proa-
.ltlintf illnrfi.w f ... .tY. 1 1 Mlll Ia it
that the law ia properly administered.
Death orilrs. JalU llakrr.
Mrs. Julia Baker, wife f W. B.
Baker, died at Kagle Creek, Clackamas
county, Oregon, March 5, 1001, at the
age of 40 years, two months and Ave
days. Mrs. Baker waa horn at Marion,
Lynn county, lona. She waa baptised
by tbe IUv. Earhardt, at Bakersville,
Somerset county, Pennsylvania. With
her husband she came to Oregon io 1878
and lived near Portland until 1813. Since
that time she baa lived at Faglo Creek.
She leaves a husband and three sons to
mourn her loss. Tbe funeral sermon
was preached by the Rev. E. A. Preoton.
Mrs. Baker bad many friends because
of ber uniformly happy disposition. 8 be
was a loving mother and an exemplary
wife. The sympathy of the community
is extended to the sorrowing husband
and the motherless children.
Drain ef William A. Dela.hmptt.
William A. IeUahmutt, 47 years of
age, died at St. Vincent's hospital, Port
land, March 17, 1001. He was born In
Clackamas county in 18V1. The funeral
services were held at Oswego, Oregon,
where the interment also took place.
He leavea an aged father and mother,
two sisters and three brothers. The
sisters are Mrs. Kate Ilallinan, of Oa
wego, and Mrs. Clara B. Hanson, of
Portland. The three brothers are Una
sell, Van and Charles. The parent live
at Oswego.
Through the Yellowstone.
The new route via the Oregon Short
Line Railroad and Monlda. Montana,
enables you to make a delightful trip
through the Yellowsune National Park,
entering via Monlda and coming out via
The Kind Toil Hiiv Alwnyt Nought, niut which Iim horn
In use for ovrr .lO year. )iu liorne tlie Rljrnntnre or
nml liua ix'cn mucin turner Ma pi
aoiiidauocrvlsloii alnco It InfUncjr.
Allow no one to deerd vo you In thl.
All Counterfeit, Imitation ami Just-aa-good" r bub
i:xHrliiiuit that trllle with unit f nlruirer tho !iMUth of
lufiuit nml CulUIrt'ii-Ltiprrlcnc nirnlnst KipcrliucnU
in unu lur uirr nr j
What is CASTORIA
Cnatorlti U a linrmlesa substitute for Castor Oil, Iro
gorlo. Drop ami Hootlilnjr Hyrupa. It U Plcanant. I(
contain neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic)
tuihntmico. It niro I It guarantee. It destroy Worms)
nml allay FcvcrUlines. It cure Dlarrliiea tvntl Wind
Col le. It relieves Twilling Troubles, cure Constipation
nml riatuleucy. It usslmllates the 1'ood, regulate rIio
Moniach and lloweU, glvlnu; healthy mid natural eXkp
The Chlldreu' l'anacea-Tho Mother' Trlaid.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Boars the Signature of
The Kind You Haye Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
vm mmm. r mwm tHip, mtm Kn,
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up a bit and got his hair cut curly, and
Hchlessinger was a busy man, but I am
willing to take an oath that I waited
seventy days for my bit to come along
and it never came.
"No, this assembly isn't what it's
cracked up to be. The papers have been
telling about the bunch of mileage I
gathered, and my constituents imagine I
am going back home with a bundle of
the ready. But I'm not. I'm a lobster.
Two years hence I'll try for congress.
They tell me there is good pasturage .in
Washington.'"
Cheese Market Is Miy.
"I don't know what has happened to
the Logan cheese factory," said Grocer
McGIashan yesterday. "I can't buy
any more cheese and I have considered
myself a good patron of the institution.
I have ordered cheese repeatedly and
get no inlormation any more than if a
pestilence had carried away every resi
dent of Logan township, I was obliged
to order cheese from Portland bocause I
bad to keep a supply on hand. By rank-
ng inquiry I learned that some kind of
trouble hod broken out in the ranks of
the cheese makers. It may be measels
for all I know. It is a misfortune, how
ever, for I would rather buy anything
made in Clackamas county than'go out
side for it. I believe in patronizing
borne indnstries whenever I can, but if
they won't supply my wants how can I
buy" from them?"
Bars ths Tha Kind You Haw Always Boupit
Bigiiatus
f
Tlw Kind Vou Nan Always
For beautiful descriptive booklet, write
or call at Oregon Short Line Ticket
Office, 142 Third street, Portland. Or.
Hawaii ia quarreling over the kind of
language to be used in the legislature.
It is to bo hoped tbat the Hawaliana will
not employ the kind of profanity In
vogue in the Arkansas body.
Millions Given Away.
It is certainly gratifying to the public
to know of oneoncern In the land who
are not afraid to be generous to the
needy and suffering. The proprietors ol
Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump
tion, Coughs and Colds, have given
away over ten million trial bottles of
this great medicine; and have the satis
faction of knowing it has absolutely cured
thousands of hopeless tases. , Asthma,
j Bronchitis, Hoarseness and all diseases
of the Throat, Chest and Lungs are
surely cured by it. Call on 'Geo. A.
Harding and . get a free trial bottle.
Regular size 60c. and $1. Every bottle
guaranteed, or price refunded. '
Mrs. Nation has started a newspaper
and declares In the first issue that she
has a chip on her shoulder, Probably
she got it from one of her axe-changoa. I
At Bed Time.
I take a pleasant herb drink, the next
morning I feel bright and my complex
ion is better. My doctor says it. acts
gently on the stomach.liverand kinileys,
and is a pleasant laxative. It Is made
from horba, and is prepared as easily as
tea. u is called Lane's Medicine. All
drogglsts sell it at 25c. and CO cts.
Lane's Family - Medline moves the
bowels each day. If you cannot get it,
send for a free sample. Address, Orator
P. Woodward, LeRoy, N Y,
Sin calling the attention of the public
to the Hk-yclre constructed by the
rj Sncll-Yalc Cycle Co , of Toledo, O ,
8. .v mv ixiiciini biici an Ting tisuiin
4 every wherl in use on this Coast
j that they arc the
n brat in construe-
Wt .i - i
iiun.Diairnai and
finish; having all
up-to-datt im
provements, and
some which no
other make has.
The Yale cushion
frame stands
TT.T.,r.T.r.T.T.T.T.T.TrrT.rr
Ride a Good Wheel!
The Bicycle season la atout here.
Me Wheels will be riddm than
ever Wfore Make op your mind
now what Bicycle you will ride,
YALE j
UlCUl:
autrvd. Anyone buying a whrrt of
me will have a selection fruin 5 ilifTrr
mt makes of tires The Pathfinder
Single Tube, the tt that mousy can
buy or that materials and riprrt work.
nianshlp can pro
duce, Yon can
rut It with ao si,
but It will resist
tacks, pins, brok
en (Ism, splint
ers, etc. Fully
warranted. The
(Joodycar De
tachable Tire ilia
without a peer for strength, symetry, 1 all common rims or anv detachable
beauty and finish. The Sncll, Lady's j rim The only practicable drt., hahle
or Cent's, is of the highest grade and! tire ever made: Is ms lc of the bet
lor lightness in weight and easy run- quality of materials throughout .nd A
ning qualitwa has no equal. Alii both inner tuU-a and covera are A
wheels sold by me will be fully guar-! guaranteed for a full srsxm's riding. H
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vu'nr ami nir nn oi iini iirtiir
liurlna rlwwtirr anil lie nmtlm-H of
tlirlr luiirrlorHr.
YALE
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at
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H. W. JACKSON'S
DICYCLE SHOP
Main Mrnl, Oregon lltj.
SNELL 3
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for GENERAL PRESENTS-for EVERY DAyTTrFI
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The Lamp of Steady Habits
U urn lu lampuu,, 1 uuiiii ll. l,..i. .,..
cxi tor
rbeVcw Rocbcotcr.
OOwr lampa iimr I nffotwl nu M j. M t,nt n
tl-y iiiay tm, in mmm mix. I, (ml f.,r all anHin.l g,nnU
sun. Um .uiiM.fWr. yoq U 'Piuiliir. .k lur Uwiuuiia
oa It 1 .rr Ump liu it. (J Vrin.)
Old JiimpM 3Inln IVow.
"can ni i.. rjr lun.p o.nl. Nnii.nllrr nhrilr yon
ti'u'; m""i", ,,f ,",-f '' "'"'! lnu..r..nii. jfrL.-f! pa
Lin 1 .1 .. I.. rrocnoeior. can on 11. tut
MJm mmm Kill 1 ' I . I I.: - - ... . . . i
.en.uai.i9u m in irraimrni ol OImsms
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THE HOCHESTER LIMP CO., M Park Pt A tl B.Is, Ik, V.w Tork.
Houthern California.
Notable among the pleasures aflonied
by the 8hasta Itoute is the winter trio
to Southern California and
Henewed acquaintance with this section
will ever develop fresh points of interest
and added sources of enjoyment, under
Its sunny skies, in the varitv of Its In.
duHtrles, In its prolific vegetation and
among Its numberless resorts of moun
tain shore, valley and plain.
The two daily Hhasta trains from Port-
land to California have been recently
equipped with the most approved pHt
tard of standard and tourist sleeping cars
but ths low rates of fare will still con
tinue In efloct.
Illustratod guides to the winter resorts
of California and Arizona may be had on
application to ,
C. II. Mahkiiam, (J. p. A.,
' Portland, Oregon.
I. )Mi.
Dr. Williams' InrlliMi ln
i HtiliiiKiit will cure Mllnd.
JJIwdliiii ami li.ii.i..,.
'Ill H. ltBllNirlMLllll
allays ths luiUliiKatuiiue.aeu
""ajnoultlrs, wives IriBliiiit re
Dr. Vt IIiIuiiin Inilliin I'll. m.
merit In nrnpurfifl for 1'IIi-h and Itch.
Inn of Ihn prlvstn purts. Kvrry Ikii a
"r.iKKi"i. uj mini on r.
elpt of prlie, M cunts and tl.eo, ull i h
1 li?
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It Will Pay You
to lniwct ths new line of
Ladies'
Skirts and Waists
Just arrived from the factory.
On display at tho
Rod Front
' Hveryllilng t,, e j,
In the 1001 fltylr, uf ,,,) Mmt,rliilsi and
prlt-ei within reach of all.
Don't fail to see them.
RedFroqt Trading (Jo.
Court House Block, Oregon City, j
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