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OREGON CITY ENTERPRISE, FRIDAY, JUIA' 13, 1000
Hasp?. July 4. July 4th has
come and gone and is a time of lite pat,
but nevertheleM the celebration was
gram! success regardless of the Indem
ncy of the weather. The people came
from far anl near, In vehicles of erery
diacriplion, till every building was .llleJ
to it utmost capacity. The rain came
l.irn in torrent, all dar. hut it failed tO
dampen the ardor of the 'patrioticcitisens Ing to attend Ch.ui.n.,.a,
of Sandy who are not to tie daunted hy Kev. Fdward Hornschuh vltited his
the gentle Oregon mist ahen the Fourth parents a few dare during the Utter purl
of July celebration ii in evidence. ol June. Rev. Theodore Hornschuh and
The vxerciat-a at the nark unfortunately family are now spending a few weeks
liad to be omitted on account of the I with hi parents Mr. and Mrs. Chris.
The (ierman Congregational churvh
held Children's Day exercises in Hoi
man's orchard yesterday. It was alauit
the best ever given by that church here.
Mr. Pluhm has built a new kitchen to
Our aawmillers are busy hauling plank.
We celebrated the Fourth in good style
all in the afternoon. Speaking, racing,
swinging, etc came in regular order.
Rev. Kwiig has left the wilds of Oregon
for the plains of Nchraxka. We wish
him well. ;
Misee Ada and Kva Moel.nko are go-1
9 .1 m
moisture, but the crowd good-naturedly
gathered in Mein g's big hall, there to
await coming events. The hall seated
the largest audience ever seen at Sandy,
crowd were turned away. Promptly at
one o'clock p. m. Mr. E. F. Bruns, presi
dent of the day. called the assembly to
order, then as the anvils belched forth
their loud and clamorous booming niir.g
ling with the peoples tremendous cheer
ing the celebration was at its heights,
the Aimes Glee club in the sweetest of
tones sang that song so dear to all hearts,
"My Country 'tin of Thee." Miss Jessie
tiiblions. one of Sandy's most talented
young ladies read the Declaration of In
dependence In a most charming manner,
hong. "Soldiers Farewell" by Aimes
Glee club. Then with a few appropriate
remarks Mr. E. F. Bruns introduced
the Hon. Uordon E. Hayes, orator of the
day, who was received with great enthu
aiasm and who delivered an oration
which was appreciated by the people
more than any speech ever delivered at
Sandy on such an occasion.
Mr. Hayes spoke in part;
"Of the great deal we owe to our fore
father who made it possible for us to
lire 'Death the Stars and Stripes, and
enjoy the freedom and liberty for which
Ol keepn.g tl.e Oia'iaement ol our
government strictly in the hands of the
people ; thereby living up to the princi
ples a laid dow n by our forefathers by
which our country has attained its great
ness; and of elec-tin our senators by a
direct vote ol the people, in response to
which tl.e voters nodded their heads in
appreciation, and ttiats right was
heard all around, and of the contentions
and corruption that caused the downfall
of Ancient Rome, and urged the people to
exercife their (oloical views with that
fairness and idea of justice and equality
that moved the founders ol the govern
uieiit to e'Ubl.tli the only true republic
that exu-ts upon the map of the world
He paid a clewing tribute to the Wood-
mea lodge of Sandy, (who had the man
geuient of the days program as one o
Ed Hettman intends going to Eastern
Oregon sometime during the week.
Jack Wallace, who is now traveling
through Eastern- Oregon, sent a few
dava last meek anions friends in this 1
Chris Hornschuch and wife veiled Mr.
Schoenhom, of Cams yesterday.
Martin Malinger was out from Mil-
Kull out a
hngcrs through it?
Does it seem dry and
Give your hair a
chance. Feed it.
The roots are not
dead; they arc weak
because they are
starved that's all.
F A Meinlg ' "
J II Wewer, luinNr i"
J II Revenue, road fund '
I J II Revenue (H'
It.Mid district No. 7
T ( IWI. rx I fund
Ilcnrr Mrtittgin and team.
J A Odell
Needy Mrwa. '
NsKDr, July 10. The Fourth passed
off very quietly it was rather damp, but
that did not stop the string of people gi
ing to Hubbard to celebrate. All seemed
to enjoy them selves.
The ball and backet supper at the hall
was well attended, there being about 75
present and the baskets were ail sold, the
highest brought $2 00.
Several Needyitea attended camp meet
ing at Canby Sunday.
tteorge Atkins excepted a place in the
mills at Oregon City and is back to his
old job again.
15 F Smith and wife took In the Fourth
at Portland and spent the remainder of
the week with relatives.
Albert and Frank Spagle are like most
all of the other young men. thinks Needy
a pretty good place or else there is some j
Mrs. Henry Wolfer is quite sick at the 1
home of her son Sherman, at Macksbutg.
What is the matter with
it you dont want
your nalr to die use
Aycr's Hair Vigor
once a day. It makes
the hair erow, stops
falling, and cures dan
druff. It always restores
color to gray or faded
X hair; it never fails.
ai.ooavoiii. aii ar( uta.
"Ow twuiaof W H.ir Vlj-or
tnip-d my htr from filling out.
and urtrl It to rr'w (in tiKCly.'1
JyLiCi W trf,
M.rrh 9, 1W, (aoova. 8. Dak.
"Jlwi'i lllr Vtrr eomptatrtT
rurrd aw fnun lUntlrufT. llta a hlc-h
I w-t (nratWirtlii tml Thr rr"lhif
m tuir iu' ii" bm baa Imu toiua
I eiA O.nartoa, '
Arrll 13. lOV. NwuU.?(.Y.
If ..ts rfn b( S(4.n mil tti trr&t
I K.J C. il tH. !.(.. II. ...
Fmel Aachoir w
4.I..H A.. In.tr S ftO
titto Aachoff and team 3""
Charles Kylor " W
Total Sl W
Road district No.
John I'anlran, road fund I4 M
lVler Until 3 00 j
Kted I insr IHfj
Edd llardea 3 W
l ea Rath 3
Aiik'ust I'aulwn o
Frank O. lis IW
l!d tiruU-r I M
V K linker !W
II Shmltt I M
Henry Johnson 12 tl
Road district No. 10
A W I'iukley, road luud
$25 f $30
Strictly llili (intilo, Kitte.1 with Any Kind t.fTirea.
I'lill And Sw Our Srttnj'lca llrfnro VtU lltiy,
Pope & Co.
Oregon Cily, (r,
Cor. 4th and Main Sis.
W M IMvis 14 1121
J A Fnflih T.
Marian lavi 21 00 ;
TJ FngliKh 7 tVl .
K F Siirfs.e P 12 j
V Ij'iimn S (Hi
R ltriderttiiie B 00 ,
hli-l.ard Pavis S 7. i
J F Irwin
K i I'almatecr. .
ti oi 3
b 72 i
5 t.2 3
22 O j ;
M I'attir n...
I, Palinateer. . ,
C I Kiner
J J l'a.:is
II F lvis ...
W M Wale...
Total K t7
Rivid district No 11 Smith
J F. Smith, nad fund t S 0)
I. I MuiuKwer 5 V'i
J V llo'coml 3 l)
l Watts 4 .V)
W Mann ""
J M.K.ro S 7.1
rMvtbe 1 SO
i) Sim. hulm 1 f"
J (' ll.il.i.tnh tU
V IVI-.r.len .1 l
tieo P. Ra'e A Co 22!
: i" l i .t i .
our directors !,,liv, ...
wiev uoo i nave uie scikkj! nous cleaned
Most any of the boys would give it a cold 1 tinirve Miller
water bath for 50 cents. I ' 111 Rartd-n, team
Amel iHvalcky, team.. .
me rourtn and ual a very severe attack
of totiHilitisand did not get back until I
Haying is in full blast, the cheat bar
is pretty ripe, but it is tine weather and
the bay is curing nicely.
Several town people have Wen out
hunting wild black berries of which
the greatest fraternal orders in existence there is a great plenty and of fine quality,
today, an order builded upon the same Mrs Molson has a new piano and
principles as our glorious country, who Mabel Echwarn is giving her daughter
has fur an emblem the flag we so love.
and of vl at it meant to see the W. O
W. button on the lapel of a WNxliuan's
coat and drew a Watitiful word picture
which brought forth tremendous cheering
and a great Woodman's veil ; and of the
deploiaU-y condiiion of affairs existing in
China, where gigantic effjtts are being
nisile bv the heathens of that land to
bar out the advance progress of modern
civi!iz.ition,'and ol our boys in blue, who
were uphol Juig tl.e etarry banner in the
After the clo-irg of the oration the
AituesGlee cl il gang "The Tar song'
and resut; led tj an encore singin
rreetioiiia Hag. lhree ciieers were
called for Hon. . K. Hayes, which were
jjiven with a detfening ruar. three cheers
for the Aiiiiew (ilee club which made the
ratters tremble, and three cheers for
Mb Jesi-ie Uiblions, who read the
.Declaration of Independence, and laHt
but not leai-t. Three cheers forthe grand
old fla so spontaneous was the cheering
it caused the flails to flutter and nod
Kracefnlly and to king the breeze which
wafted them alott so proudly.
After the exercities the floor was cleared
and a social dance vm enjoyed by all
who cared to trip the Hfl)t fantastic. In
the afternoon two young men raced up
the plank road at hurricane speed. The
boihe rode by Mr. Iliple slipped and fell
and broke itt le. Another young man
who witnessed the affair and who un
doubtedly belonged to a humane society
procured a gun em pled four shots into
the pour animal, thus putting an end to
its misery. Thin ended the Fourth of
July 1WJ at Handy.
Charles Cotiii'ell, team
C Kerr, gen fund
2 :S! Pitrict N.. U-CounTll
2'i '.2 Frf I Hens, r.d f ind
IS 37 jiiaen llttun
l' 7J W Watt
:W 2' F F Hittsn
30 no, John liattan
Harry Cochran is home from Astoria
looking after his farm.
Our late supervisor ended up his term
with good job, grading the Rear Creek j
hill and got it all in good shape and all it
wants now is a good coat of grayel.
Miss Parl Garrett is laid np with a
very sore throat.
Our store keeper has turned out to lie a
farmer, w e saw him on a load of hay Sat
Rorn, July 5, to the wife of Andy Reer,
a pair of twin girls, one only lived a short
time the other and the mother both doing
There will be camp meeting at Rear
Creek camp grounds next Sunday.
Everybody turn out.
We have secured for our teacher tiiis
winter Theodore Couipo.
J G Xoe attended the teachers meet
ing at Oregon City last week.
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COUNTY BOARD PROCEEDINGS
Regular July, 1900, Session of the
Commissioners of Clackamas
Road dixtrict No. 2
J A liennctt, road fund..,,
W K Morris
I' T Davis
A W Hanson
1. 1) Jones
J Davidson 2 ',
(i W Gatlney 10
A C Davis, team 4i 75
I'erry Hunter 15 K
Frank Grillith is 00
J 1 luis ,v;
A Conkhii ', in)
Walter WilBon pi .",0
I' .S iK'MiieMs ij 7;,
Ward Jones 32 25
Rims I'rker :'.'
1 Johnson !i 75
Fred Zinser 31
E Tlerich ) uj
Joe Rush ford 10 50
George It Rate Co, gen fund... 7 2l
( ieo 15 Ra'e it Oi K 31)
O C Iron Works, tren fund 1 .Vi
J r. llazeltineiV (.0 4 M
j rverr 4 :H)
R.Morton, Chairman ; T. R. Killin,
John Lewellen, Commissioners.
Be it understood that at a regular ses
sion of the board of county commission
ers for the county of Clackamas and
Htateof Oregon, begun and held in the
court house in said county and state on
Thursday, the 5th day of July, 1!KX),
Miunei. it apt earinif that the awful dav for imhl.
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Ki.riira, July ii. The people make in eaid term of court came upon a legal
liny while tl.e nun whines. YeH. when holiday to wit : The 4th davof Julv.
I'rosent,J. R. Morton.T. B. Killin and
.lobn Lewellen, commissioners; J. J.
Ra district No. 3
William Card.road fund
Wm Skirvin ,
W W Cooke
R Spraifiie ,
A W Cooke
Grunt Murnpower, gen fund.
K R JohtiHon
. 1!) 87
. l'l 00
. 23 oo
. 21 75
. ::i 5o
. 2'! 00
. II oo
. 2!) 00
, :w oo
, 22 50
. 'it, (X)
. i; 5o
. 31 00
. 15 7
35 6 5
S M Fbr
Dave Thotnaa ,
I I. Rue
I' I. WeVh
V V Ridaay
It O Sarver
C ieo S. hneider
C" E Smith
I F Robinson
W W Stt,
'A' II FauUirn
(' L (nfler
Rond dis'ricti continued
The following1 claims f. r election rx
penw s wero allowed :
J T Apperson, jinlgo
I! S lieliomy
E F Kennedy
I' W Smith, clerk
F J Meinfli, th'rk
. r.'iii :
f rt 75
, 7 "i
, 11 25
. 22 00
, 31 1 0 I
, 15 (a)
22 .50 !
1) :o j
:v t.2 1
2" ' 0 !
1 1 u
12 2 '.
. . . .VikI 1 1
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FARM JOURNAL '
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j OO YEARS'
UF JolleS, llrpahenff 4 ()
The Y. P. S
Eviiu a fuieaei!
on lat Fiiday
is Baby Thin
this summer? Then add a
to his rr.ilk three times a day.
It K ;.fnnKr"ifnd hnu fad
! hi will improve. If he nurses,
jlet the mother take the
CwAe, sheriff; E. If. Cooper, clerk
When the following proceedings were
In the matter of the reports of road
t-upervisors for the month of June, 1900,
the board having examined said reports
and being fully advised, it is ordered
that the expense accounts of the several
districts are hereby allowed and ordered
paid, and the clerk is instructed to draw
warrants on the road fund and on the
general fund fur the several amounts
and in lavor of the following named per
Road district Xo. 1
Jesse Km mel, road fund, 11 f)2
(iottliep JJeetHchan 21 00
Will Hugh is so
Road din(rict No. 4
u a ocox.roaii iiimi 750
I) W Douglas 0 co
.1 r-uwr 2 25
Roily Douglas " -j (,
A li Runiett ;;;;; , w,
11 r iurnn ;i jo
n r iiirr;n aril team ju r)
" o m) t V, gen lund . . 44 88
James O Linn 3 )
Road district No. 5
A Veteto, road fund . . .
O W Jioring "'
John A Richey
ilasCard 1 7
lir ii: l f
Calil Powder Works, gen fund.'!
Ch.iS I lolled, hull rent .
Marion Campbell, judge
F H Milton, "
VV W Je?!), judge
Warren Kendall, clerk
Henry Hedge", clerk
Chas Coney, dep sher
Thos Daniels, judge
ii A Schuebtl, "
A Hayburst, "
(! F. Speni.-e, clerk
Wm tiiiHeiithwaite, clerk
Henry Hughes, dep sher
15 C Hall, Association relit of
S F. Card, judge ,'
W II Uoring, ,'
Wm Dean, clerk
I ieo Epperson, clerk
C M Rake, clerk
John Fpperson, ilep sherifl. ...
K L Nutlal. judge...'
W J W Met ord, judge
(ieo I.azelle, judgu
W A Hedges, clerk
('has Rone, clerk
Fred I'ainter.dep sheriff.
A V ritokes, polling place ,",()
II 0 )
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James Evans, "
ti T FiHlier.jndgn
(ieo Knight, cleik.
James Bismol, "
II 0 (jilliriore, dep sher.
Mlas lledgeM, jilili!!). . . .
W E N elsli, judK
Fred Shangle, '
J Walkley, cleik
V W Uosaetdcy,
0 Harris, dep sher 7 (.(j
John Robinson, judge. . . ,
Ol Imel, jinlge
1 F Capo, clerk
F M 1 -amies, "
Sol (iarrirton, dep sher. . ..
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I'n.iKjO lulled ofJoiiK ills
tnncn tcli jilunni wir in
furnici nml Iilftlio now in
'xrfltion ly tit Vncith
Million Teleji.ioiie ('"''
Quick, cciirale, cheap.
All tlio iiutisfnotiori of
Uistanco no flfyct to
denr iindiTstftniliiiK' f"
knno fttnl San Franruvo
- id rtiAy liearJ as, I'orV
Oregon City office at
Hiinlins Drug Store.
(Continued on page six)
Road district No. 0
Joel Jarl gen fund 43 jq
Our correHi'OMil. uci! wid plenn.
in articles before WednedavH of
Traction or Portable, Slmplo or Com
pound, Wood or Straw Burners.
week, otherwise it reaches tit loo
Aufim-sitc pfackcrs, Wind St-k
I cm, lorw I'owera, TlircfthcrnioiTa
Al ''.IJC AND PHICES,
RUSSELL & CO.,