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MORNING ENTEltrRlSK. THUIiSDAY, FKHItUAUY 16, 19H.
OREGON CITY, OREGON
E- C. BRODIt, fedltor end Publisher.
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rw.,,n under the Act ol Conxrsss ef
March t. 17.
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Enterprise will be the same aa la th
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Is transerred from the dally to the week.
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Cash should accompany order where
party la unknown la buatneea office of
thecal adrartlslna- at lent advertising
Circus advertlnlnir and special transient
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tisements JSc Inch first Insertion: addi
tional Insertions same matter 26c Inch.
Kawl items and well written article
of merit, with Interesno TocaTreadera.
will be sladlv accepted. Rejected manu
scripts never returned unless sccompan
led by alamo to prepay noatrare.
not agree with all horn Birubr at
II times, atlll It la km satisfaction
to know that ha, ee do eometalitg
when h MU out tq 46 It. The aamea
of Jones, Cartf, Magoon, Chat ten and
Dlmlck were. In tbe P"" several
places yesterday, and Clackamas 0uB'
ty was surely on the map.
Chinaman Marries Whit Woman,
vivroiIVKK. Wash.. Feb. 15
fSneclaU A second wadding: of
white woman to Chinese In Vancouv
er within a monia tooa pwe iuuj
when Jim Louie, of Portland, married
Mlu Katie Mason. The marriage
ceremony waa performed by O. Lloyd
Davla, Justice of the peace.
Heat Record Terrible.
GUTHRIE, Okla., Feb, 15. All pre
vious heat record for February were
broken here today when at I o clock
a temperature of 9 waa recorded at
the Government building.
Mrs. Morey. of Liberal, waa calling
oo. Oregon city frienda Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert KODDins, oi
Redland. were transacting business In
the city Wednesday.
The following hare registered at
the - Electric Hotel: K. Cummin.
Clarkes: E. Larklna, Clarke; H. Van-
Kirk. E. Lambert, O. A. Marts. W II-
holt; A. J. Vania and wtfe, Portland;
N. Shaw. M. Hemdrick. Tacoma;
Bert Hartman. Seattle; J. Berreth. J.
H-SUprV Pendleton; J .E-Mumpower.
Stone; V. Ashman. Portland, v ,
CITY OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER.
COUNCIL WILLING TO LISTEN.
Council aeema determined to "go
' alow and learn to paddle," as the old
"saying has tt- Last year-there waa
more or less clamoring on the part
of the people for " more action on the
part of Council, and that body seems
to have listened to the clamor on the
grounds of Justification that the peo
ple ought to hare what they want, es-
pectally ' when they must pay for 1L
But later, when the people saw that
they had been In too much of a hurry,
and that because of that hurry they
had not been given just what they
wanted, or It had not come to them
Just as they wished it to, then the
cry went up, "why did you give us
what we asked for when you knew
we ought not to have It?"
This year Council has determined
' to go slow and be certain that what
they are getting Is what they want,
and not something that will satisfy
the people for the present minute.
Could certain of the improvements of
last year be done over hey would now
be done differently; Council doesn't
want that condition to exist In the
matter of what is done this year. And
Council la certainly acting wisely in
At the meeting of Council Wednes
day evening there were several pro
perty holders present that had a little
to say concerning Improvements, but
In the future It might be wise for
property holders who are Interested
In certain matters sure to come up to
be on hand and tell Council what will
be acceptable In case that body Is not
. Itself certain. But those who.' go to
talk should have the matter settled In
their own minds so they may say In
a few words what they have to say
and not take up the time of Council
with a lot of useless talk.
The Clackamas members of the
Senate and Legislature have been In
the front rank of the fight from the
very start, and are accomplishing
' much. It matter not if a man doe
We"haT had variable weather sloe
the second of the month, commonly
called ground hog day, which wit a
brUht sunny day.
Well we feel we can stand six weeks
of winter In the month of February
better than any other month In the
Families about here are all Improv
ing from colds and grip, and begin
to look on the bright side again.
Mrs. Powell la still very 111 with a
trained nurse In attendance, but hopes
are entertained for her recovery soon.
Mrs. Elltgsen stayed with her last
week and Mrs. Nemlc goe every day
this week and help about the work.
Mr. Powell haa a very bad cough.
Mr. Schattx spent an hour or two at
Mr. Gage Sunday afternoon.
Mr. Gage oldest daughter wu
home a few day assisting ber mother.
Mr. Aerm. out of the kindness of
his heart, took In a runaway sailor
who stayed with him 6 or 8 weeks.
He was a boy of perhaps 15 but never
having lived upon a farm he could do
but very little. A while ago be puf
his extra belongings in a sack and
threw them out of the window at
chore time and made off with himself.
He need not have run away, they said,
as they were glad to have him go.
WILL BE INTERESTING
MINSTREL SHOW FOLLOWED BY
TWO ENTERTAINING SPEAK
ERS SATURDAY EVENING.
Heiress to Gould Millions to
. Wed Englishman In frebruiry
Twilight literary society will meet
on Saturday - evening -and - there - is
promise of an exceptionally good pro
gram for that occasion. There will
be a minstrel show to start with, fol
lowed with an open discussion on the
"Merits of the Fruit and Produce
hTdB," With IHOsTrnnlers pe riedT
J. Curtis H. Dodds, of Portland,
auditor of the O. R. A N. Ry. will be
present and speak on the subject of
unions as a general proposition. He
will be followed by B .Kuppenbender
who will speak on the proposition of
the local organization, having -reference
chiefly to the nnlon that has been
lately organized In Oregon City.
The new president at Twilight is M.
J. Lazelle, and he promises to do all
be can to awaken interest In the meet
ings of the organization. He extend
an Invitation for all to attend the
Our Cities Are Ruled
by People In the
Rural Districts. $
BRAND WHITLOCK, Mayor of Toledo. O.
"UE greatest problem before the American citj totlaj is to be
fl conie free. No further progress in municipal affairs can be
N- made UNTIL TIIE CITIES OBTAIN HOME RULE.
This is as true of New York city as it is of Toledo. New
Tork must have home rule before it can solve tho great problems that
confront iL " -
THE AMERICAN CITY IS A CREATION OF- THE STATE LEGIS
LATURE. ITS . LAWS ARE MADE BY PEOPLE WHO LIVE IN THE
RURAL DISTRICTS. THE TIME HAS COME' WHEN THIS YOKE
MUST; BE THROWN OFF, TH6 TIME HONORED BELIEF THAT
COUNTRY FOLKS ARE GOOD AND CITY PEOPLE BAD AND THAT
THE FORMER SHOULD GOVERN THE LATTER HAS BEEN SHAT.
' , The recent disclosures in Adams county, O., a typical rural com
munity, where more than a thousand persons have been indicted, for
aeUing their votes, show how tinfit country folk are to make- laws for
cities. The cities of this country SHOULD MAKE THEIR OWN
LAWS. When they do, and not until then, REAL PROGRESS
WJXLBE TOSSIBLE. v " ...
J For centuries there has existed a popular fallacy that everything
that is wicked Is to be found in the cities, while all the virtues are to
be found in the country; that city people are bad and country people
correspondingly good.' And because of this belief the cities have been
EULED BY., THE PEOPLE IN TlfE COUNTRY DISTRICTS.
The laws that govern New York city were made and are made by rep
resentetives f rora the rural districts of New York state; and the same
la true of etery other city In tlie' TJmtcd8tatea." V;
' A city cannot be run like a big business corporation for the reason
that RURAL LEGISLATORS HAVE RESTRICTED ITS TOW.
ERS io Such an extent that local government is almost impossible. '
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MISS VIVIEN GOULD, the second aaugnier ei air. anu aire, ueorge .
Gould. Is to t married to Ixrd Dedea, her English suitor. Feb. T.
according to the published announcements. The titled Englishman,
i. .or. than hla hrlds to be- and only a little
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younger than hla future father-in-law, says that such differences In agea la
not regarded In England as a bar to matrimonial happlneaa. He met Miss
., . ...... - k . H . mwn at th hnras show in Ns w York and at
once began a rapid Are ceurtshlp. The pretty heiress was only aliteen, but
she listened to the Engiisnman, ana worn me uurm snow n s"
another Vhance to preaa bis suit she accepted him. Though the engagement
- ....vie u K. ffwmil annnnncsmsnt was made bv Mr. and Mrs.
was UIUIT ruun: i i . . vu - -
Oonld at the daughter's "coming out" party only two or three weeks before
the date est for the wedding. " .
meetings at Twilight The new hall
at Twilight Is owned by the neighbor
hood, and It haa Just been reseated
with folding chalra and the wallaot
the room papered and decorated so
that now Twilight has one of the most
commodious ,halls one can find anywhere.
KNIOHT CELEBRATE THE FORTY
FIRST ANNIVERSARY OF ES
TABLISHMENT OF ORDER.
The celebration by the Knights of
Pvihiaa of the forty-first anniversary
of the establishment of that order,
held In W. O. V. hall, Wednesday
evening, was a most enjoyable affair.
Thsre was a Mil house to participate
In the feaulvlilea of the occasion and
the proarara glveu was a very enjoy
Mr Koeve waa the chairman and
made the address of weloome, which
was cheered to the echo, l ne auureas
waa followed by nuialo by the orches
tra after which Mr. Kent gave "An
Irishman's Trip Through the Bouih."
Thla was a humorous number that
called forth much merriment. There
ass then an. Instrumental duet by
Smith and lmbert, a banjo solo by
Karl Lanklna. recitation by Kuia
Scbucbvl, music by a quartet composed
of Mrs. Ielriea, Mrs. Green. Mr.
Cooper and Mr. Frost, with a humor
oua representation "Slamskl and Ills
Following the program there waa a
banquet, and dancing. Tbe event
was one of the moat entertaining that
haa been given of late and those pres
ent enjoyed the feetlvttlee greatly.
CHINAMAN LOSES HORSC.
VVhsn Tssm-Qst-Mi-ee He Dsaerta
' the One Fast In Mud.
Wins, the Chinese vender of fruits
and vegeiablea, got stink In the mud
on Thirteenth street near Van Iluren
Weduesday afternoon. One horse got
faat and the Chinaman could not get
It out even after unhitching and try
Ing aeveral different methods. Final
ly Wing gave It up aa a bad Job and
taking tbe horse he had extricated he
left the scene ol action first telling
a Mr. Knoop, who had been, assisting
tlm. that he could have tbe horse
that was still mired.
After Wing left Mr. Knoop allowed
the horse to 11 down and rest, got
some grain and fed It, and later when
It had rested waa able to effect Its re
lease. Mr. Kuoop took the horse borne
Another Prospective Voter.
num. on Wednesday morning at 6
o'clock to the wife of Harry Paddock,
of Gladstone, a son.
ROADS QUKTWJHDOMK UP AGAIN
irniillntlai4 fMm niffi 11
Improvement In the county roads In
IK. imti four vsars
ll. n. jutifUBun.
Editor Enterprise: It Is our opinion
that among the many things In Clack
amas county requiting a system, and
the svalem carted out. there la none
of them so Important aa the matter of
The Kind That
Our New Steel Die Embossing
Machine IS THE THING
In. the. front rank of the
which you buy
may go up f W, but you es aUsys dpnLoa
every dollar you deposit In eur savings department 11 "
be a dollar plus the Interest It tarns. 1 'St
Yeur principal will always be available, which cannot be
forms, of Investment. ul a)
1 i - . ,
The Bank of Oregon City
D. a LA TOUR arm PreeldeaL
THE FIRST NATIONAL BAN
of OREGON CITY , OREGON
TranaaeU a wersl tanking wuslness.
road building. A larger sum la spent
each year on this work In Clackamas
county thn lo any other department
and we are aaaured by those who
should know that In the past from 13
1-3 to M per rent of lbs amount es
pended each year has been wasted.
The County Court, composed aa It Is
of only three men, haa more duties
to perform than their time will allow,
thus preventing them from overseeing
the work of the 65 road supervisors
appointed. It Is not, therefore, the
fiiiiifof-th"Connty- t'oiirt.-but,- as
someone else has stated, the fault of
the system. '
There la no business conducted any.
wheraveaUstac tortly and economically
Open frem I A. M.
Oregen City Quotttli
changed the past week InJf
but In lines nearly .hiUi'5
are upward tendenri- iIl"
The trade la greatly , J
Ihe success of the Orioa rij
and produce Union, rhlan. tL
mhuuhiuiuj a uu srouoiii" SIIJ I tn . .. . ,"."
without a head and th matter of road tot w..... -r.i1lnr7rlT!.1
building a a bu.lnea. In Itself. Hoads , th,
oe duiii proieriy ior a ceriaiu
can be built properly for a
sum per mll tnat will last for years,
while, at the same time, without pro
per autervlslon the cost might be the
same, or even more, and the next year
repairs must be made. Railroads al
ways provide eiperlenced engineers
to lay out and aunervlse the work to
be done and so It la In.evsry property
conducted business. A farmer does
not employ a lawyer to supervise In
hla absence the work on hla farm but
securea the services of the beat farmer
he knows of; a mill, no matter what
Its product. Is left In the bands of men
experienced . In that line and so It
should be with our county roads.
A road engineer ran build good
roads for leas money than we are now
paying for poor onea and our County
Court will be relieved. In a measure,
although still responsible for the work.
We will have roads all over the county
built along the moat approved lines;
the road supervisors will be parts of
the general system, although still In
charge of the road bulldltag In their
various districts, and no one will be
If In the past year one-third of tbe
road fund waa wasted, or In the
neighborhood of 150,04)0, the county
could afford to pay a road engineer,
aa aalary and expenses of his depart
ment, one third of the amount wasted
and the balance can be saved and ap
plied on the general -Indebtedness,
thus allowing the county soon to have
Its tai rate where It should be and out
Yours very truly,
D. T. McBALV,
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with ft IS beat cash rr,
commands l 05rcash asc. "X
HT-vPf hay tonmtu-J
cash, oat hay fit .to), wheat
timothy HT.60. mlxd ,T
past there has bass
tempt made to properly rjJT.
pack fruits and vegetables asTha
sequence tnerrbar.ts hava oft-Th
forced to go milslde of th 8ut J
wishing good produce f rots J
BTi.' wt-t M u
Art istic Decoration at
Henry Bosch Company's
ew Terk Catoage
Tof the Briton of Nine-
trrn-clrven reprrarnt Ihe
best the World affords
SaaW ka ilMxra M mr
ss4 mmm MliKitri t,Un
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A poed ctr (s Uimt sWw
III rtl kaswlu wksiIm.
J. B. FOX r!S3e
APPLES The stmle aurW
flrnt with large alorks tUUir
POTATOES No change h at
but o tendency to a idfraalaiJi
maod. Good stork klr , J
shipped In from lark of car a tn
and packing of home ataek-at
11.60. While there la soma local
offered It Is not what eaa stat
ered flrat claas and lor a tttsj,,
buying outside for their be
VEOETADLKS Onmna vi m
at to pound; carrots, parsnip (
nlpa plenty with telling arlctf
sack; beets I bunrbss for let; g
of all kinds but market free. Cat
and celery all California stock)
FLOUR The Inclinailos h k
ward In sympathy wth bsU.s;
la off one cent a bushel Loalt
S 28. bard wheat brsod tUt j
CORN Selling tl tod metpei'
Ing fates f 1.68 to I1.7S hwini I
about same prices brts Uc t
1115, barley 11-20. There bid
decline In quotations tBoofi ist
that Is noticeable. j
HAY Merchants partif (ill
clover, $IT for timothy, ttf Of
oat hay; selling alfalfa lor ttt
Plenty of bay to meet easaawsrs
BUTTER Shows - t Vkwi
and a weakening
goods still command
grades cannot hold
latlona. Cheese shows at iter
but shout holds Its own. )
EGOS Have made another
and are up 4c tn price over mt i
Hons. The tone of the mirk.
firmer and the good stock ac
HEANS The market for Wc
y-sUIf-and-the price rltlat I
abtpmenta of stocks stored kk
countries are being shipped kl
York, and their return mean if
profit to those who have tbta(
HONEY Stock all se4
whits honey on the market; av
very stiff and prices very fciga. J
MEATS Drsaaed pork H kt
lie to lie for choice. Veal (oa
KHc to iSc, mutton c ta I.a4
POULTRY No demand fat
er fowls; chickens Ho aa ayt
will bring 10. Only moderer
1 Hods The hon market to k
firmer and It la believed tw
who hold for the outside flf
get It. No great movement-
Stock salt ground, 7k
In deaiai 1
1 75c natas;
up to bhWi
(Reported br Gordon Bros. Co.)
GRAINS Wheat salllna- tl mrn
fl.RO cwt. oats 11.40. Pavlns- tl tn
iur oaia ai tnia time. iiran
orings 85c sack, shorts 11. 28. mMrtlln..
$1.85, barley 11.15. Flour la seliin s
$5 the barrel. -
CHICKENS BDrtnirers hrln ii
and are. In good demand. hna it
old roosters 12a. VOlinr rrwtaf aara. i ia
Turkeys are quotable at 20c, ducks'
4w auu geene UC.
MEATS Dressed norV Is s.liin. .i
IIMiC at this time and the earns Is be
ing paid In trade; 10V,o Is paid Id
cash. Veal selling Ho and paying
13Hc cash. Paeon and ham sells at
20c, shoulder 17c, lard commands 13c.
FRUITS ADDlea mmmanf St. I
dried 5c to 8e pound, prunes 6c. to Co.
j uiaium-roiatoes sell at $1.46,
Cure Your Rheui::.
AND 0TH1W ILLS Of THIJ
(The House of EffloUMr
W-Si '- M 1 . A. I .1. 1 m
sens rouna-irip iicsb-". s-.
months, allowing o w -t
accommodation at IMPJi
rlum, at Portland sad J
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