Oregon City enterprise. (Oregon City, Or.) 1891-194?, December 06, 1901, Image 1

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Oregon
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ENTERPRISE.
VOL.M. NO. 1
OUKOON CITY, OKKUON, FKIDAY, DECEMliKIl 6, 1001.
ESTABLISHED 18C8
City
JJVY HTM'!'
Arri'iiNKY at Law.
ChuI'h'IiI HIiIh., Orf'iiii City.
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ATTORNEY AT LAW
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ATTORNEYS AM
Cor.NsKl.oitS AT LAW
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ATTORNEY AT LAW
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O, V. Kithtlwiiii (i. I'. Dimick.
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Attornovs-at-Law.
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Ori;iii City, Oregon
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Offlco In Entorprlso BulldlnK.
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JJOItllin'A MII.I.KK
ATTUKNKY AT LAW
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Will iiriiilur in all CoiirU of ihc Stute
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(Ji:o. T. IIOWAIU)
KI'.AI. KSTATK AND INSl'RANCK
NOTARY I'CHLIC
At Kcil rri.nl, Court llounc lllixk
l)rrj;n City, tirr-oii
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K, FRANCIS FKKF.MAN,
DKSTIST
tiriiihmtH of the Nnrthwitein Cniver-
nit v li-nll SrhiMil. Chicago.
Alw American College uf l-ntl Mirgery.
Willumette I'.lock, Ortgon City.
yi. I.. L. PICKF.SS,
DENTIST.
1'ricea Modcrnle. All Operation
iiiiurantced.
Iiarcluy Iluilding Oietfon City, Or.
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Olttsl Banking House In lie Clir.
Palil up Capital. f iO.rjUU.
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A (enaral banking bualnraa tranaaetetl.
I'vpoaita rerelreil aublvcl to cluck.
Apprnreil bllln and nniea dlsflnunted.
Cnuulj and cltf warraula bought.
Lnana mul on irallabln oourlly.
RichaiiKf lioiiKhtaud anld.
Collnnilona mailn promptly.
iTilUanM Tllarleln any part of the world
Titf raphln iiiiaiiga a,,l 1 nu rorllaud, Ban
Prannlaoo.rblcaKoand Naw York,
taraat pal J on lima depoflt.
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Staam Haat and Dli.txl Light..
Ileal Mrnla In .,wn al 'A ranta.
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We guarantee earh ml( ewry Imtllt (.1 Red Line
CuiiKli Cur give rehel Buy a botll, and il jroii
are lint tii.liM i"irn l to 4 hiiiI your Uioney Will
ln i hi erf ulh ihIiiiuIi iI.
Charman & Co.
Cut Price Druggists
'Phono 13 Oregon City, Or.
LIGHT Af.D WHITE BREAD
j Ciuniut lie mailt. willi an inferior grailu Hour.
! That U why Portland Flouring Kills Flour is almost
' universally used wticn vcr it is known. Ask your
ttneer for it. Malo by latent jirocoss.
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Moore's Pharmacy
On Seventh Street,
v.'f'Av,' mwimwt mv turn wMmmmmm
School Books, Tablets,
School Supplies of all Kinds.
in a .
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THE FAIR
STORE
opposite post orncE
Is fiolllnn at closer
figures than ovor.
These nre
pi ice:
few of our
ABE fft, iil ANY
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DEAF? NOISES?
ALL CASES OF
DEAFNESS OR HARD HEARING
ARE PJOW CURABLE
by our new invention. Only those born deaf are incurable.
HEAD NOISES CEASE IMMEDIATELY.
F. A. WERMAN, OF BALTIMORE. SAYS:
r.n. ... Haitimokr. Mil.. Mtirrh 10, loot.
CtnlUmfn - IlrinK cntirclv enrnl of ilrnfi.cn thanka to your treulmcut, I will now give you
' '''''fivc'n.n'onKh': &ZXZ. thU kept on grains won, until I to
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heartily and l- to rcmaiu e'y truy ymRMAN 7Jo8 Broadw,y, Baltimore, Md.
Oir treatment doe not interfere with your uxnal ore i pat Ion.
K"Tv"""i"r,'"d YOU CAN CURE YOURSELF AT HOME tSSlM,
INTERNATICfiAL AURAL CLINIC, 596 LA SALLE AYE, CHICAGO, ILL.
Mention the Enterprise when
OREGON CITY
Th Only Fircl-Claw
Hotel in town.
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-Hmt $ day and uptuarda.
JAICIH C'AMfcKI,, Proprietor.
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Arc cniiilucivc to coltla, which develop Into con
atimjilioti. It i foolit.il ami unnrrriry to o aliout
with wi t fiHt anil imperil your licnlth wlirn wintrr
ahura ami rulidrra urr rlirap. Sec HRAl'SSE BROS,
alxjiit it. Tliry arc the K-adcri anil their Mock of
winter foilwtr ia ln;c mouyh and good enough
to jilic the molt fastidious. Main street, two
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I lulirn' linr Itrinaillchri! Ilanilkrreliirla, II fur a.lc
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Mrn'a rrrv, liruvy wri!li( Orerahiria.all cnlnra oc
answering advertisement.
LANDSLIDE FOR
MR. DIMICK
Major Ik He-elected II jr iii Over
vi liel mint? Majority.
V.J. SEYM r l.Kl TF.Il TKEAHl'REK
E. I). Kelly; Heat J.icob ( hm II For
Councilman In the Third Ward
Tutal Volt Leu Than list Year. '
Oteiton City 'a annual election wai held
laat Monday and renu!u-d a landnlide for
Mayor I'luiii k, alio re elected hy a
nntjnrity ol 20Q over J. Kuyene Hedgea,
tlienon-partiiiaacandidaie. The total vole
1 waa .Vit',1, wliich la 30 lega than the vote
odanlyear. While the election 'A Mr.
Dimick waa conceded, hia tnuiendoua
Uinjnnly waa a turptihe even to liiinelf,
being eight votea more than lleda-ea' total
Vole. The Mayor carried lit ticket ll
through, Fred J. Meyer Vieing elected
treasurer ami K. I), Kelly councilman in
the third ward. The grea el nurnrife
'ol the election It the vote in the third
I ward, which ia the home of both catidi
d.iles (or treasurer. Meyer'a majority in
th is ward waa 64. In the second ward
the vote waa a tie and in the first ward
iliiinphryri waa three votea to the good.
K. F. Story was elected councilman in
the firnt ward without oppoailiou, receiv
ing 11 1 vutre out uf I'M cant. William
iiliealiaii waa re-elected councilman in the
fecund ward, having no opposition and
gutting lhl votes out ol 234 cmt. The vote
for councilman in the third ward waa:
Kelly. U'J; fassell, 84 ; Kelly'a uiajority,
6). The vote (or mayor follow: F rit
ward Dimick, l.ri"; liedges, "2 Second
: ward iMinick, 144, Hedges, HO. Third
ward Diuiick, 101 ; Hedge", 35. Total
'Dimick, 402; Hedge, 197. Following ia
the vole lor treasurer: First Ward
Meyer, 108, Huniphryi.lll. Setondward
Jl-yer, 115, Hninphrya. 115. Third
I Waid Meyer,93; Humphry", 30. To
ttl, Meyer, 210 ; Humpbrys, 165 ; Meyer's
majority, 61. Mayor Dimick had a ma
jority o 06 in the Brit ward. 54 in the
second ward and 85 in the third ward.
FILtS OX THE M0LALLA.
S. A. II. Hungute Secures Elir' bj Un
the Hirer, which He will Improve.
In the county clsrk's oflice Monday
; Stephen A. D. Huugate fiied a plat of
Via Molalla river (rum a point in section
14, township 2 south, ran ire 3 eaflt lo its
mouth, where it empties into the Wil
ldUiette, a dixtauce of about 35 miles.
The point of beginning is 15 miles south.
east of Wilhoit Springs. Hungate, who
is a surveyor and has done considerab'e
work for the government, declares his
pu'pce to secure to himself, and bis
successors in intarent, the exclusive
right to regulate, mange and control the
lliating, trituspurtaiion and booming ot
' log, lumber, timber, piling and wood
upon the Molalla river in Clackamas
county, wliich is declared to be an un
navigable stream for commercial purpo
ses. It ia his puriose to proceed within
the terms of the law to improve the
river by the erection, construction and
maiiitainance as such d ms as may be
necfaiiry to the cleaning out of the
river and removing all drifts and ob
structions which may interfere with its
use for the purpose intended, the
straightening, widening and deepening
of the channel wherever it is necessary,
the construction and maiutainance of
such booms as may be necessary, or
convenient and Hie doing of such other
work and maintaining such other struc
tures i,d erections on or in the river as
I may be necessary to put and keep the
Btmo in such condition that logs, lum
ber and timber, as well a wood and
piling may lie freely fljated and trans
ported down the same to the extent of
tlie capacity of the river.
Negotiations are now in progress to
incorporate a company to utilize the
'river, which runs through immense
jbxlies of fine timber. Tributary to it
; Are Pudding river, Milk creek, Ciuwley
' creek, Pine creek and the middle and
j north forks of the Molalla. The hills uf
I ho Molalla are situated at the mouth cf
Pine creek. They are e'gbt feet high
a id would supply a large amount if
l water power. The width of the stream
at this point is 100 feet and the depth
four feet.
H THE 1001 ACT (O.NSTircriOML
Laws are often enacted by one legisla
tures, only to be declared unconstituti
onal after individuals or associations
have availed themselves of the appaient
benefits and have expended much
capital and labor under the same.
According to the concencus of opinion
of many lawyers, such seems to be the
probable fate of the act passed by our
legislature, entitled "au act authorizing
the county courts of tbe several toantiei
of this Mate to declare nnnavmable
(reams highways for the purpose of
floating Ir.gs and timbers and provide
for the improvement and nse of tbe
uae of the tame."
Much adverse criticism and comment
is heard in reward to parties acquiring
entire control of streams, as the Clacka
mas and the Molalla. Papers have been
filed with the county clerk to obtain
control of these stream, and if tbe law
is upheld by the supreme court many
rights will be taken from the public and
from the riparian owners.
Monday when papers were filed in
regard to the Molalla river, an attorney
remarked that its constitutionally was
not yet settled, arid among others, gave
the following as reasons for the belief
"That the act is not embraced in the
the lule, which is required, Const. Art
IV Sec. 20. The entire act is outside the
title, no discretion or power ia givau to
courts to do anything as expressed in
the title. It is also partial legislation.
Throughout the entire act individuals,
association or corporations are given
the rii(ht to acquire control of the stream
by following the act; the right to pur
chase from the riparian owner any
rinhls to the soil is also granted to them,
but the right lo condemn property when
the same cannot be purchased is given
corporation, and to corporations only.
This ia clearly axaiiist the spirit of our
our institutions.'
"The last section of the act provide
for the way in which streams may be
declared unnavigable for the purpose of
this act; streams which are not used for
general commercial purposes, aie here
in clasred as such, and be they never
navigable, but because at this time the
country may be undeveloped and the
streams net used, posterity is to be
cheated by Some corporation acquiring
exclusive control. The attempt of the
legistatuie to do this is a clear subeer
viance of the rights of the public and
rights of riparian owners.
"It ia hoped that aome law not savor
ing of the bad features of this act and
one under which tbe limber of unnavi
gable streams may be marketed may be
passed in the near future."
HEAVY KLClII'TS FUR NOVEHUER
Ba lnea of the- l ulled Sla.es Land Of
fie : During ihe Past Uonlh.
A summary of the business of the
United States Land Office for the past
month shows a noticeable increase in the
receipts of ihe iffi e, which exceeded
those of Vovember, 19J0. by $4000.
Twenty five hundred inore acres were
covered by cash sales last month than
for the same month fast year, and the
excess in the number of scree entered
upon is 3VHJ0. The number of acres proved
up on ia approximately the same. The
summary for last month follows:
Number Homestead Eutries 34
Number Final Proofs 23
Number Cash Sales 34
Number Acres Entered On 5133.35
Number Acres Proved Up On.... 3071.66
Number A. covered by cash sales, 4577.22
Cabh Sales of Public Land 110,140
Fees and Commissions $093
Dist nguistiid Travelers
And Globe Trotters, invariably remark
the excellence of the Rio Grande Diuiog
Car service. For magnificient scenic at
tractions, fast and comfortable train
service (.three trains to the East daily)
and interest along the line, the route
through Salt Lake City and Pen vcr via
the Rio Grande Western and Denver &
Rio Grande is unsurpassed. Daily
through sleeping and dining cars to
Denver, Omaha, Kausas City, St. Louis
or Chicago without change. Personally
conducted excursions every week. For
rates, folders or information apply to
J. Mansfield, general agent, 124 Third
St., Portland ; or Geo. W. Heititz, assist
ant geueral passenger agent, Salt Lake
City.
Ihe Excitement .Not Over.
The rush at the drug store still con
tinues and daily scores of people call for
a bottle of Kemp's Balsam for the Throat
nd Lungs for the Throat and Lungs for
the cure of Coughs, Colds, Asthma,
Bronchitis and Consumption. Kemp's
Balsam, the standard family remedy, is
sold on a guarantee and never fails lo
give entire satisfaction.
Price 2oC and !
50c.
When using baking
powder it is always econ
omy to buy the Royal.
Royal makes the finest,
most wholesome and de
licious food.
DEDICATION OF
THE NEW HALL
Hearer Creek People Hare Tub
lie Meetlns Place.
If IS A 10XVEME.1T STRUCTURE
Senator B ewnell Made IMirat TJ
Speech and Announced III Support
of Import tut MfBtnres
The new public h til at Beaver Creek
was dedicated last night. This building
replaces tbe hall which was burned
about one yeai ago. It is a commodious
structure, with dinin--hall, kitchen, and
dresaing-rooin conveniently attached,
and will be osed on all public occasions.
Owing to the in:Vmfnt we ither the
attendance was not large, but thote
preaent manifested great interest in the
dedication speech of State Senator
George C. Brownell, w ho pointed out
the benefit tj be derived from tbe hall
by the young men The speaker ad
dressed his remark to the younger gen
eration and gave them sterling adiice.
He spoke of his struggles in early life, of
the difficulties he had to overcome, and
of the opportunities which might be em
braced by the young men of tbe present
day. His talk drifted into politics and
he briefly reviewed the measures that
had been pased for the benefit of ihe
working clais and the farmer by the last
legislature.
Senator Brownell announced himself
strongly in favor of the referendum..
He said that the placing of tbil law onr
the statute books would give tiie people--a
voice in legislation and this is some
thing to which they are justly entitled.
Continuing, the speaker said :
"There being so much dissatisfaction
among the taxpayers of this county in
regard to the hiring cf deputies by
county officers under our present system
that, if I am returned to the state senate r
I prooee introducing a bill and passing
it into a law of this state, if within my
power, lo take absolutely out ol the
bands of all and any county offi 'ers, the
right to appoint more than one deputy
and then only when absolutely neces-
. sary, and also to take il oat of the power
of the county court to pay any county
deputy.
"I shall have the law in such a shape
that before any county officer can em
ploy additional deputies, or additional
clerical aid, that the county officer, who
ever be may be, shall file a petition
under oath, before tbe judge of the
county or circuit court, setting forth in
said petition the fact that be needs addi
tional clerical hire, w hy he needs it and
setting forth the reasons, in detail, so
that the taxpayers ot this county can
know fully all the reasons therefore; set
ting forth also the lengtb of time such
clerical hire i needed and what compen
sation he is to receive. In my judgment
this method will shut ctl the expenses
and be fair and just to the county offi
cers and the people as well.
"I shall also favor a law creating pre
cinct assessors, believing this will result
in a better and fairer assessment of
property than posiibly can be obtained
under the present system.
"I shall also favor and endeavor lo es
tablish three commissioners districts in
Clackamas County, in such a way as to
give each district representation, which
commissioners would have genera! juris
(Mvtinn over the whole county; this
would be no more than justice to the
people living in 0.we:o, Pleasant Hill,
Stafford and what is known as the west
side of the r.ver.
"I shall also favor an eiht hour laiv
as constituting a day's work, in the mills
and factories of this state, embodying in
such law, that if a man is compelled to
work more than eight bonis, he shall bo
paid a prr p irtion ite (urn per hour lor
every hour over the eight hours that he
has to work.
I The Enlerprii.e M.50 per year.