Oregon City enterprise. (Oregon City, Or.) 1891-194?, April 24, 1903, Image 1

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OREGON CITY, OREGON, FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 1903,
ESTABLISHED 18C6
VOL.30. NO. liC
, t) .t'jin,m
JJOIJEUT A. MI M.Kit
ATTORN KY AT LAW i
L.md Title nnl Umd Office
HiiMliitHM it Hpeclulty
Will practice in all Courts of the State
Room v Wcinhard llldg. , '
ojj). Court House, Oregon City, Orejjou
lj'L
rUKTKR,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
abhtkacth or paomRTT rtisNisiiitb,
Ottlcs uex to Oregon Oily Knurpri-s.
KO. V. HUttWSKI.L,
ATTORNEY AT LAW !
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Oregon City. - " Oregon j
Will nc!l Mif In nil the court, of the state. 1
Office in Caiilie Id I u 1 1 i 1 1 K -
(jJICO. T. HOWARD
REAI, KSTATli AND INSURANCE
NOTARY PUJIMC
At Rid l'ront, Court House Block
Oregou City, Oregon
y stiit
Attornky at Law.
Justice of the Peace.
Jagger Bldg., Oregon Uiy
J U.CAMI'HEI.L,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
1IUOK CitT, OlltOON.
Will practice In all the eouru of the state. Ol
Hoe, in Uiiufli lJ buiidlua.
Q V. A D.C. LATOU KETC'E
ATTORNEYS AND
COUNSELORS AT LAW
MAIN HTKKItT OKKOON CITY, OREGON.
ruriilnh Altrnntii of Title, Loan Money, Pore
elono MurtKage, iii'l trmict General
Law Wiilnei.
Qt A. STITAKT, M- D.
(Hllce ill Willamette Hid.
Oregon -'y. Oregon
Office hours: 10 in. in 12 ni., 1 lo 4 p, in.
unit 7 lo K p, in.
(Special attention paid
Female Diseases.
(o KlieuniHtimn ana
Cull niiwreil day or night
T
IMIK COMMKKCIAI. HANK
OP OKKOON CITY.
Capital,
HOO.OUi
TRANSACTS A (IKNRRAI. HANln HI'SINKSH.
J ohiin minle. Hills ilmeoiiiileil. Mkf ml
lei'tiium. lim n mill m-llh exi lmiiKf on all pnlntt
In 1 he Unliccl tntc, Kiirupe awl llnng Kc"k.
t'iimltk rerel-iMl milijci t to chock Mail
open Iriini II A. M. In 4 v. u.
U (1. LATOUKETTK, Prenlilenl.
K. J. MKYKK Cashier.
Qt W. KASTHAM
ATTORNEY AT LAW
I.iiikI Titles Kxiniii neil.
Heeds, Mortgages Drawn.
Abstract Made.
Money Loaned
ofkii k iivf.k
Bank ol (iri'gon City.
oiikoon City, Oh.
E. H. COOPER,
...Notary Public...
Real Estate, Insurance, Titles Examin
ed, Abstracts Made, Deeds, Mortgages
and Etc, drawn.
GARDE DLDO. OREOAN CITY, OR.
J. W. NOKItIS
J. W. fOWEM.
NORMS A POWELL
Physicians and Surgeons
Booms 4-,r-0
Unfile Bldg.
Oregon City, Ore.
W. B. U'Rn 0. Bonoeltl
U'REN it SCIIUEIiEL
Attorneys at Law.
gcutfdicr glbwohat.
Will practice in all courts, make collections
ana settlements of Kstale.
Furnish ahstraeta of title, lend you money
nd lend your money on first niorgage.
Office In Enterprise Building,
Orpgon City, Oregon.
JOHN YOUNGER,
JEW
Near Huntley's Drug Store,
FORTY YEARS EXPERIENCE IN
Great Britain and America.
GO TO
THE ENTERPRISE
FOR YOUR
PRINTING
OASTOIlIAi
Bean th 1,16 K Haw Almy? M$t
McKITTRI'CK
"The Shoe Man
Of Oregon City. Will Dispose of his Entire
Stock of Boots and Shoes. . .
Salo will botfin on Thursday Mar.lQtli, at 10 o'clock
a. m, and will continue until all gools are Hold. We in
vite all our friends (and that means everybody) in
Oregon City, throughout Clackamas County and in
Portland; to attend this sale. All our goods are
now and up-to-date, We will not quote prices here
out if you nted anything in the shoe line within the
next six months, it will pay you to buy now. We
take this opportunity of thanking our many friends
for their liberal patronage during the last 14 years.
We are very sorry to have to break the many ties of
friendship that has existed between us for so long a
time but deem it wise to extent our business to
broader fields. Anyone finding themselves indebted
to us will please call promptly and settle their account.
Anv parties holding coupons had better use them an once Every boot
anil shoe in the house will be marked
aee at a glance what the goods will cost you. A sample pair or every
kind will be on an open table so you can pick the shoe you want in
stantly. We will have a number of clerks on hand so that all can tie
waited on promptly. The earlier you come the more choice you have.
Please remember the date--
Thursday March igth, 1903
Yours lo Canimand,
McKlTTRICK. '-The Shoe
Next Door to Bank of Oregon City
N. II -This ad will appear
FISHING TACKLE
See the New Spoon Hooks, 10 and 15c.
coc. Mack Gut Hook. ISC a pkg. 4
l'ish Poles, f i. 25
inuni Hook Boxes,
an endless variety
BICYCLES
Oxford Bicycles,
Bicycles Supplies
PAINTS
Boiled Oil and Pure Lead are lower now than they have
been for years. Special prices to parties who contemplate
painting. Euller's I'uie Prepared Paint $ 1.7.S, our cut
price fl. 60 per gal. Any Shade. Color Card Pree.
CHARMAN & CO.,
CUT RATE DRUQOI8T8
Save Your Money
Until you have seen our new lot of Dress Skirts ranging
in price from 90c to $9.f0 We have the best assortment
for the money in Oregon City. We also have Waists
Percales; some very fine Wrappers cheap. Lace Cur
tains that can't be beat. Sun Bonnets all prices.
Lace Hose, real beauties. White Silk Applique, white
and black Madallions, large white Pearl Buttons, Beads
and Feather Dusters, all at the Lowest Prices.
RHCKET
THE ENTERPRISE
ALL KINDS OF COMMERCIAL
PRINTING
DONE IN UP-TO-DATE STYLE
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WM. GARDNER & SON
WATC HMAKERS
A N D
JEWELERS
All work given our prompt
ami careful attention. , . .
Prices Reasonable
ti
V
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in blue-pencil fiureS-
-ko vou can
Man
in Sundays OregouBiu
1
Deer Tail Hook,
Jointed Bamboo
l'alent Mnkers 5c. to 5 for 5c. Alum
50c Ordinary Silk Lines, Reels, etc.
at Cut Prices.
1902 Model, fjo.co redused to $15.
at Cut Rate Prices,
STORE
0
Court House Block
ORECON CITY, ORE,
WILL BE THE BEST
Prospects llrlslit tor This Year's
Chautauqua.
I)0LLm;il AMI CLAKK SECL'RtI)
Sutishiclory Transportation Ruten Have
lli t'ii Uraiiteil Will Ho Butte
ball Tournament.
."There ia every reanon lo believe that
the meeting of llm Willamette Valley
Chautauqua Association tliiH year w ill be
the moHt BUceeHBlul ever belli." i-aid II.
K. CroHH, of this t.'ity, who is the secre
tary ol the aHHociaiion. Mr. Cross say
'be C!iailtuu)iia people have already
contracted in expenses over $400 in ex
cess of last year's accoiini. In aecinini:
attractions lor the lentil annual meeting
of the asocial ion, which w ill be held
Julv 14 lo 211, iiicluKive, the board of ill
reclorb baH enfjaued lecmrera of national
repumiinn and prominenie- and con
trai ted only for bitib ijrade entertain
irientH, Hie CliHutauqna management has
been peculiarly lortunaie in cecurin tlie
BHiviceH.aa leclurera, of Senator Jonathan
P. Dolliver. ol Iowa, nd Congressman
Cliamp Clark, of Misnouri. Tneae no-
tableB will each deliver two lectured dur
ing the Chautauqua Hetoion. Dolliver
and Claik are iecoKtii.ed at) the leadunt
olilical lecturers of the national con
lirenp. The former was alluded to by
President Bllne, as "the most eloquent
man in America." Dolliver'a fame as
an orator and as a couxressman has be
come part of the pride and history of the
aiate. Clark i one of the favorite cam
paigners of the Democratic Varty and is
none the lens popular as a lecturer at
Chautauqua Institutes and as a wriier
on politic! themes. He has served his
district in congest for four terms.
Karl Germaine, a clever mauieian, has
been secured for two entertainments.
Prof, (ieruiaine is said to be one of the
most clever magicians, preetidit(ituteuri),
iiliiHiotiiHts and professors of the black
art in the country, who give their time
to the lyceum platform. His demonstra
tions in spiritualism and thought trans
ference are said to be remarkatile.
Mrs. Clftia B. Burdette, of Pasadena,
Califurma, first vice-president of the
General rtderation of Women's Clubs,
has been engaged and will have charge
of the Parliament ol Women's clubs that
w ill be held on the grounds. The Dar
hament will hold daily sessions and in
addition to this routine, Mre. Burdette
will ddliver one public address. Mrs.
Burdette has the distinction of being the
first woman who designed and bnilded a
club-house for women in the United
Stalea.
' ti.u m.ninwi of the Chautauqua hope
... . .i... I. ......... 1. 1 P.. Hurl I Hnriltttte
IU KC. UIW I 1 111 nim aw. . . w
i. - u,.inro tliin vnr. The attempt to
f-nr the services of this entertaining
Iwiniwr haa been made bv the board of
directors annually but Mr. Burdette de
clined each invitation on the excuse that
i.o ilnuu nut lecture during the summer
months. There is an indication that he
u ill ilnviate from his custom this year
and t lie Chautauqua people are putting
forth ever effort to conclude an engage
ment with the eminent lecturer.
The phvpical culture and elocutionary
wotk will'this year b in charge of Mrs.
Harriet Colbmn Saiindereoii. of the
Saunderson School of Expression and
the Sea'tlw School of t r itory. of Seattle
Mrs. fatinderson will conduct a young
ladief c fl"s in physical culture daily,
and in addition to neveral readings, will
produce an enterlainment giving "re
pression Uroup'- ny a company ui yi""'g
ladies, dressed in Greek costumes. This
will prtve one of the moBt interesting
features of the Chautauqua.
nr. W. F. Matthews, of f-eattie, a lec
turer of prominence on the Pacific Coast,
will preach and lecture on jniy ju, ur.
.1. Whiicombe Brougher, of Ll attanooga,
Tennesee. is scheduled for a sermon and
a lecture on the concluding day of the
Chautauqua, Sunday, .July 0.
The rortland Ministerial unuii
will have charge oi ine program
from 11 a. m to VI o'clock noon again
this vear. i here will be in attendance
number of the brightest pulpit orators
of the state. Subjects for tins feature oi
the meeting are now being asstgnea ine
different speakers.
Thn hoard of directors lias noi yei re-
cured a band but expects to close a con
tract with some competent organizauon
soon. An appropriation ol .wu nas oeen
made by the management for athletic
sports. Ihe principal feature in this de
partment of the Chautauqua program
will be the baseball tournament, in
which five teams will participate. There
will be other athletic contests also.
Very satisfactory arrangements havet
been made this year in the matter of
transportation rates. The Southern Pa
cific Company has agreed to a rate of 25
cents from Portland to the Chautauqua
grounds and will run special trains
throughout the day from the East Wash
ington street station. Tickets will be
sold on any street car in Portland, con
necting with the City & Suburban lines,
fnr RK renin. Tliat includes transporta
tion to the grounds and admission to the
Chautauqua buildings. The Southern
Pacific Company will run one special
train fr.-mi Portland durinii the lorenoon
oml at nnnn a. second special will be
started, the two trains alternating in
leavinu Portland every hour. Tbis will
be a decided advantage to the Chau
tftiinna Association and will doubtless
increase the attendance.
Naves Two From Ienlli.
"Our little daughter had an al most fa
tal attack of whooping cough and bron '
chitis," writes Mrs. W. K. Haviland, of
Armock, N. Y., "but, when all other
remedies failed, we saved her lile with
Dr. King's New Discovery. Our nieee,
who had Consumption in an advanced
stage, also used this wonderful medicine
and today she is perfectly, well." De-
Eerate throat and lung diseases yield to
ir. King's New Discovery as to no other
medicine on earth. Infallible for Coughs
and Colds. 50c and $1 Lotties guaran
teed by Geo. A. Harding. Trial bottles
tree.
A RECORD VAULT
Will
He Absolutely Fire
Burglar Proof.
and
I'LAS MADE MY ARCHITECT JiEER
An Addition lo ( lnk:iiniis County Court
House to be Unlit This
Mimnier.
A small addition to the Clackamas
county court house will lie constructed
this Summer. The purpose to be served
is that of providing a record vault and in
this respect, the receptacle for the county
records will be absolutely fire proof and
as nearly absolutely burglar proof as
possible. The present interior arrange
ment of the offices in the court house
will also be altered to the extent (lht
ouarters on the lower floor will be cre
ated for the county Bvhuol i-uperinten-dent
who now occupies rooms jii t.ie
upper floor of the building. Work on
the improvements that have been de
termined upon, will begin an soon as bids
can be received for performing the con
tract and as the weather becomes lavor-
able.
Architect Delos D. Neer, of Portland,
was in the citv Tuesdiy afternoon anil
submitted to County Judge Kyan plans
for the new addition. Ihe plans lor ttie
original building were made in 1883 by
Mr. Neer, who was then associated witli
a Mr. LoKomer. in sunmiciing ins
plans, which will likely be adopted by
the court, Mr. Neer is unusually gener
ous, "turner tnsn nave me piana ior
Ihe propo ed changes and alterations
made by another architect and run the
risk of the architecture and general plan
of the original building harmed, I would
contribute to the connty without cost my
own plans and specifications" said Archi
tect Neer in discussing toe subject.
The new addition will be 18x21 feet
and will he constructed at the rear end
of the building. It will be used ex
clusively as a record vault in which will
be deposited all of ihe valuable records
of the county. The addition will be one
story high, enclosed in two feet walls,
with concrete floor and roof on steel
girdera. Aitention will he given every
detail that it may be made to conform to
the style of architecture in the main
building. On the north of the addition
will be arranged a lavatory and wash
rooms, something that is much needed
at the court house Au estimate as to
the cost of the addition has not been
made.
As stated in the foregoing paragraphs,
the arrangement of the offices on the
main floor is to be altered. In this con
nection it is more than likely that some
of the offices, particularly thoie of the
clerk and the assessor, will at the same
time b provided with some . counters or
railings some means of conducting Ihe
work of those departments with a reason
ble degree of privacy and without con
stant interruption from visitors. This is
impossible in the clerk'd office at present
as there are no means by which any of
the records ol the office can be withheld
from promiscuous inspection by a curious
public.
Seliil-Annoal lteporta.
The virions conntv olfit-ers are prepar
ing their femi-annual reports. These
reports wili show Iho aggregate expense
of conducting the county for the past six
months and will reveal the true financial
condition of the county. It is under
stood these statements will show an im
proved condition in the fiuancial stand
ing of the county in that the aggregate
of the county's indebtedness will be ap
preciably reduced. The administration
of the county's affairs during the past
half year has very generally been econ
omically conducted. Any reduction in
the county's obligations will be appre
ciated by the taxpayeis who will give
proper credit to the officers who may be
responsible for such au improved condi
tion. Tax Collections.
Sheriff Shiver has collected on the
1902 tax roll a little more than $100,000.
The roll originally represented $177,000
so it will be seen that the bulk of the
taxes has been collected. Several hun
dred dollars of additional tax money was
this week deposited in the county treas
ury by Sheriff Shaver.
GIFT TO UNIVERSITY. I
Thomas Howell, ef This City, Mukfs
A Present to C. of 0. mlT
.1) vibnu
,-j -loiisnii A
Thomas Howell, of this .cUyVhae do
nated to the University oL Oregon, at
Eugene, his entire herbarium collection;
consisting of over 10,000 species. j
The herbarium donated,.by.. Mr. How
ell contains specimens 'collecte'd' from all
parts oi Oregon, Washington and Idaho, I
and alsotrpm Aiasaa. I'H.-ihixu laiyem
collection of the-idleWering plats ever
made in this region,, and represents the
life work of the dpnato.r.:, 'fyr. Howell's
object in donating Tiis vast collection to
the University of Oregon" was that It
might be placed in' good keeping land
where it would be most useful. . 1 . ti
The board of regents-of , the Eugene
University appointed Mr, Howell field
collector for the coming year. '.'
Cases are being constructed to receive
(the appreciated and much Valued gift,
wlncli will be open to tne use m siuuenis
next fall.' 1 n . ,;...
Mr. Howell is now completing an ex
haustive book on the grasses,, trees and
flowering plants of the Northwest. TuiB
work is looked upon as authority by the
botanists of tbis region.
i .- A 1tc Letter. ......
' Would not interest you if you're look
ing for a guaranteed" Salve for fores,
Burns or Piles. Otto Dodd. of Ponder,
Mo.v writes:!"! suffered with an ngly
sore for a year, but a- box' tf BuckU-D's
Arnica SbIvb cured me.:, It's the best
Salve on earth.! 25c at Geo. A,. Harding's
Drug Store.
CIRCUIT COURT MKETS.
,
Docket Contains 105 Cnses Jory
TrlaN Next Week.
The regular April term of the Circuit
court was convened Monday morning by
Judge T. A. Mc Bride, with a docket con
taining 195 cases. County Clerk Slight,
who is clerk of the court, says that fully
fifty per cent of the cases on the docket
are w hat are legally termed "dead" and
Bhould be finally disposed of by the m-
, terested lawyers. These cases have all
been Heard and disused ot in the court
wi:h the exception of the final order of
the court and this formal act depends
entirely on the attorneys in the case,
w uo frequently become negligent. Such
cases are an unnecessary burden on the
work of the court and should lie cleared
from the docket without further delay, ie
the opinion of Clerk Sleight. , ,
John W. Zin-er, of Clackamas, and
Herman Homier, of Boring, were excused
f'om jury service since they have re
move I from the county. Charles likin.
of Milwaukee; Cusper Kerr, of Milwau
kee, and lliomas.l. liomia. of Daiimscns,
were also relieved I rum serv.ee as jurora
t this term of ttie court. The other
jurors were dismissed until 10 A. M. next
.vlnmldy. ,i
The following citizns are liable Uf
jury service: Geo. W. Jackson, Mar
vnaui ; A. B. MoW, Oregon City N'. 1 ;
Wm. Skeen, M l.Ta; H. A. Hithene,
Ei'gle Creek; L. Mautz, Maple Lane; E.
II. Burghardt, Ddinascus; 11. Kuide,
Tualatin ; R. U. Pierce, Oregon City Nt
3; James Bell, Cascades; David Jr'lcAr
thur, New Era; M. H. Kiebhoff, Aber
neiliy; Geo. Si. Hively, Milwaukee J
John Heinz, Mackshurg; Jacob Yost,
Barlow ; James Dickey, Molalla; II. , W.
Shaw, Mill Creek; Adam L.- Walling,
Oswego; John W. Moffatt, Oregon Cdy;
Frank Fish, Needy, Ed Harrington,
Highland ; N. Blair, Kitten ; Jacob Mdey,
Union ; Victor Ericson, Beaver Creek
George Knight, Canby; Ole Mickleson,'
Cascades, John Uleason, Oregon ;0ity
No. 2 i i t
The following cases have been settled
and dismissed : Star Milling Co. vs. E.
Parker, et al; W. Tiffany vs. Oregon,
City and Bruce Curry. Divorce decrees
were returned in ttie cases of Ida Neil
vs. James S. Neil, Cora E. Griffith ye.
Frank S. Griffith ; David Brownrlgg y.
Mand Broworigg; W. A. Parker vs. Hat
tie tJell Parker, Ada May Dechand VS.
Alexander Dechand, Anna E. Tennatit
vs. Charles A. Tennant, Mary J. Gans
vs. Henry Gaps. , , , ,, ,,,
Additional divorce decrees have been
returned by Judge McBride as foll iws:
E.hel J. Tobin vs. Edinond D. 'Tcbin;
Al Schug vs. Amy deling. ' ' ' i"' -
The suit of ihe Oregon Water Power fe '
Railway Company vs. Henry Nachund,
for condemnation of property, and also
the Boyer vs. Austin case have been set
for hearing next Monday. On Tuesday
the case of Wm. E. Markwood vs. John
N. Howlett et al.. will be heard. There
will be no juty trials until next week. '
' EXAMINING WITNESSES." ' 1 "
Prosecuting Attorney Allen and depnty
J. U. Campbell are conducting an exam
ination of the witnesses in the seven
criminal cases that await a bearing at
this term of court. None of the cases,
are of particular importance.
MOKE UIVOKI E SUITS. ,llt
Four additional divorce suits iHve,Kr'3
cently been brought in the Clackima's
county court as fulluws: Anna 51. mil far
vs. August Miller, on chaige ofcruitand
inhiimm treatment; Annie MtigemMl
vs. Edwin F. Filzgerald, cruel . ami .in
human treatment; Bertha Bull v. i.Wsa.
H. Bell, desertion; Maud LiUiaw EIn
ing, cruel and inhuman treatment and
failure to provide.
EVANS 18 INDICTED.
District Attorney Al!en''iha'fi''re'tiifned
an iuiliciment against ,JrtiuilaJl l'Ana,
who is charged with as; ault vy.itbjr.
gerous weapon. The complaining .wit
ness in ihe case is HarVV Fre'eiriari','1 ho
was the victim of Evans' anjeY!i(fel'in"
ter, when in some ttpuWa .pl flome
flouting piling, Ihe latter jdiBuhargeillUw
contents of a sho'guni at Freeman.
Evans was arraigned irW ttJurt'plesMed
not guilty and being' 'WiThblff ki? 'HtHit
ney, the court appointed llAjyrdinr'ti
ell to conduct.ttiedefense,,i, i (f,
IrroliC lno Til's TwJ:'1', .
. . , i -. . i . u.iiillii 'ljjlil Hilt
S. LeQuino, of Cavendish. t . was
robbed ot' his TOstcm" heafth 'bM in
vasion of" Chronic1 GdnBtipati. 'Wtn
Dm Kujg',New Ma. WHhokjtflhi8
housei hia trouble wfMrreatefaupjij
he's entirely cured. They're guaranteed
tc7cure723c SPGed. 'l."'IlarmngTrmBg;
Store. M Rt
One Minut4 Cough Cure gives immediate
relief in all cases of Cough, Croup and
T.alrinoe because It does no; pass lill-
effect right at the seat of the trouble. It
htjiwroiit tli:lnflaUiBiatibii'JIre'aliarM
soothes and. cures, permanently by ea-r-sWirHj
the" lortgilccrtftribirfe'-plire We-
giving and life sustaining Myjjt,mp
blood and tissueB.
issueB. Geo. A. naming.-
b'.oA-ii corn .Uti'ilS n'.';)il
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