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VOL. M. NO. M
OKIWON CITY, OUKOON, Fill DAY, AUGUST 9, 1001.
(J !;). T. 1IOWAIU)
KI!AI, LSTATIC ANI INSL'kANCK
A.I Krd I'mnt, Court Mouse block
Orr-iii Clly, (n"iii
itrtstnt nt ,
ome. mil 10 Vffuti Oil,
C, It C, I.ATot liMIS,
CofNMKI.OllH AT LAW
Mill ttr DMKdilM ( ITV, ONkOON.
f jfiilih Alisett nf TUI. l-oail Kuiier. P"r.
cii Miirlaaaet. and Iranian) uiinr
' Hi. t'. lltWNM..,
ATTOKSF.Y AT I.AM'
Oregon City, - - Oregon
Will pr.i-lie In all II. ronrU nf Hi tlala,
(!; In ('nil. 1. 1 liuil'lli.f.
ATHUCNKY AT LAW,
0 ' '!. fMO.
Will ,i.rllr In all Ida e.rilMt ( lb ()!
Sr.. la i "I'll M'.tli".
0. V. Kitalilitlll . IS. Ililtlirk.
lilMICK A KASTHAM
Cdiniiicri lal Kutc. mid pen-
Im'.n I,nw, Hj rittltirn.
AUlr ! 'f Title made, Money leaned
Onyiui City, Oregon
ATTi'ltNKY AT t.AW.
(JfiU.over MrKHIfl' ' HUtm Hiora, hr.f ;
III. (I.lik u llrriMll It r
t'ktu'i Citr, cii.
.1 W. M. ANL'IJV
Jimticfl of tlio lVoco.
Will tt.nd lomllM-tioii i.l rlll.
OrtU. on Mailt Hifl,
Ol p. All.rlKtil t tint Maik.l, Uir(m fit;
V. ft. 0 . 0. Ickittitl
U'KKN t SCHUEUEL
Will i'i. lir. in ail miina. mak eullM'llun
ami trill. mrnu ol Kt'at.a.
KufnUli ai.lra la ol till. I.nd joti lnon y
and l.nd your ttinhrjr mi flr.1 nioffaira.
Offlco In Enterprise DullUIng,
tifTtfrm (iijf, Or.rin.
jOHKUT A. MII.I.KH
ATTOKSKY AT LAW
I.in Tlllrwnml It1 Office
Will iraiti.e In all Court of the State
Room j, Wttnhanl ltli!.
c) p. Court llouae, Orrgon City, Crr;ii
(Jt A. STt'AKT, M D.
(illtca In Wlllamrlt. Hl 'lf.
timnlioun: Ka ni. to I'J m.. 1 to 4 . m.
ami 7 to H p. in.
tlrlal atlrntlnn paid lu lUi.iliiiallilil HU
Call amr.d day or nltflit.
ll, FRANCIS FKKKMAN,
Oratlnato of tli NorthwKnlfrD UnWr-
itr iHinlal Hclio.il. Clili KO.
Alo Ainerlran Collr-K"' I"11
Willamette Work, Oregon City.
J)H. I.. I. l'ICKKNS,
1'rlcM Mclnrate. All t)wratlon
Ilarclay IlullilitiK Oruon City, Or.
ANK Of 0KKU0N C1TT,
Oldest fianklDi Boise In ttie Cltf.
falil tip Capital. IAO.000.
raitinixT, eaaaLa. a. CAr.ntn.
Tii:m.iu!MT, a ao. . ha am ha.
AnHiaa. . - CAuriam.
A lannral tianklni butlimn tranaaoted.
btipotlti rvnntvaif aul'lvat In oli.dk.
AppniT.il tillla anil notoa itlaaituiited.
Unumrand clly warrant, bmiahl.
Ixan m1a oiiaTallatila taonrllT.
Rifllianxa liOUKhtaiul told.
Oollnoiliim mails promptly. ... , A
I)U. told arallaol. In anrprt of the worm
Taleiraplilo aioliatiKOt tol l on Portland, Hau
rramiltdo.rihloaKAaud New York,
nlorattpaij ou tlma dopotlta.
TUB COMMERCIAL DANK
OF ORRUON CITY.
traniacta oaHakAiBANktHO anatNati.
Uiaiit mada. Itlllt dttoounUid. Miikut pol
Inpttnnt. Iluvt and iiillt.ichanKO on allrntnti
In tha tlultud Htatna, Kunips and llong Kmi.
liupotltt ruoulvud tiilijiwt to ohovk.
ep.u (mm 9 a. m. to 4 r. u.
D. 0. LATOUKKTTB, Protlrtunt.
I. J. UKYER Cikler.
- Steam Meat and aieetsle bluht,.
He. I Meal. Im Iiihii a A ceiitt.
(UiMIri, Mruttra n1 til
I '! f li'.n.
If i;ii:;;;;..i;;:;;!iv!iu.. ,
V,l (J 0 Q A Ca.krta. ColTina, RoWa, Lining, a
aCX , . . iive 4he only fimt tlua ami up-
'f.lf'--MM 4 Our jiricr. are r, exorbitant.
y w " l Wr
any other umlertakrr in the county. Call promptly attended night or tlay.
SHANK cC EISSELti
Undortakors and Embalmers
Tlephon 413 and 304.
After climbing the hill, atop at
On Sovonth Street.
Where the beat of Ice Cream
Southern I'aiific traltia tton at hotel door. Constantly open for reception of
i"tet. Hath room connected with main building, l'oatoflice (i tnaili per dar),
Hxpreaa, and Long Pintance Telephone. Superior In any Spring In America for
the cure of Rheumatitm, Stomach or Kidney Trouble, or Catarrh. Terms, fio
tier wrtk and up. fj tier day. Location in Dotiglat Co., Oregon.
1 CAI'T. MiN U. BOSWELL, Proprietor.
LONG BEACH HOTEL.
Kvrrrl'iMly know, nf Tltikrr'a Hotel. Thlt
rlrunnl Iioiiw la now ucn lur the reception
nl Ihr iimntl lhriini( Unit arr riirvlrd. The
Intilrt arr .iiiiMnl wlih I tic liral tlinl ran lie
iiriirureil, and the llue.t. who frettienl tin.
ptntf will Itnil it Inrklnx In mine id It. at
trait Inn. till, wa.nn.
Fry's Squirrel Poison
Kill the aiqulrrvla quick and nave the grain. Auk for Fry'e and ue it now,
Trice 5 cent l'or anle by drtiKglit ntl general merchant
Prepared only by DANIEL J. FRY, the Manufacturing
Pharmacist, Salem, Or.
l'ry'a Siptirrel Poison is the greatest
boxee containing enough to kill 500
The rnnrmiiim Nile of ibi' Jrni'tiiiplintii',
cuuai'd by tin- tm t t'uil It li.ia miili
MATCHLESS FOWER OF ENTERTAINMENT
That aa INK SSI DI5IRC for P0SSI SSKIN la awaVrnwd la all wha hear It.
IT SUPPLIES AN ACTUAL WANT (THE IRRESISTIBLE" DEMAND TOR DIVERSION
AND RELAXATION) TO GRATIFY WHICH MANY ARE WILLING TO DO WITHOUT OTHER
NECESSITIES. IT IS THE
UNIVERSAL ENTERTAINER OF THE AGE
An liMithanatlblci aourca ol Wonder and Delight to all
It Is .Impli" In cimstmrtlnn, anil prices nre arranged to suit nil pocket books! while the
demand will continue lnnif n human natuie exist. .
Tht' IntriKliirtlnn of a few tiniphophones Into a community at once creates an Increaslna
demitnd fot III C0KDS and SPPPUI S. and a CONIIM OIIS BtSINlSS la th.s esUbllthed. Wby not
scctiie the Hboral Prolits hlih ara allowed dealer? f
WRITE FOR CATALOGUE, TERMS, ETC.. TO
Columbia Phonograph Co., (rjen'l)
125 Qeary Street, SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
Tho Onlv Firrt Class
Hotel in town.
-Rate $1 day and upuierd.
J At OH I ASHM., I' r .!""'
Harnossmakor and Saddler.
Malll Klrei., bet, Fourth tin fifth, Oregon Clt
,rw llarict r made In up to-flat 8tjl.
Harnesses a Specialty.
, , I m9Jm4
We are the agents for Pre mo
Camera, and the price is re
duced from 25 to 50 per cent.
our guaranteed rvl"per,
tarf. buttle, t'
" " Tuonlnr and
" " PiilafBatb, V
Latest Novoltlos In tho Photo
lino at reduced prlcos.
CHAP.MAN & CO.
Wr carry the only cotnjilcte line ol
'e can give you better g'x!t anl
better arrvU'e for leaa money tban
7th Street, bet. Bridge and Depot
U arrved. O O O
THE HACKNEY COTTAGE
I. now oien for the aea.on of lOOt. All
home minfi'rt.. Kieellent table board and
nmt n limit drairatile plniT fur lamllle.. Cen
trnllv loented and tieaulltui BtiiTounillnK..
l ine' turf bathlnii. Keaervntliin. ninile on
MkS. J. 1IACKNBY, BeaTlew, Wanh.
destroyer of mice on earth Tut up in
mice Price 1 0 cents.
VIVXUXKVS, A3D TO XZ17. CliSIESS
he Wl T0O3l PLETEI)
Counly Siiit'rliifpiMlciit 'An.vr
MiowM Conilllloti of ScliooN.
.iami;h of i:i(;imi (.iiadk i;uu
5otlrble 1 111 pro? fin ml In rid acatlorifll
Hplrlt. Local Instilute Were
County HchiKl Hup4!rintiiilerit 7Annr
htseompli'ted Ids anneml riiort, ihowing
the financial siatut and itali.'lis of tho
p n tltlon of CI akaniM County nchoole
duiingthe pant year. The ceosti r-x,r
ahow 20 lex children of achod sve tban
last year, and the Fni rintendfnt esti
mates that (lie money from the tt
fund will be about t'J.OOO 1cm than last
year, and the county school fund about
Oregon City Manufacturing Company's mill showing
electric station and Willamette falls.
f 2,500 short on account of the decreased
valuation of the assessment. Following
is a synopsis of the report :
Male. Femsle. Total
Persona between 4
and20yere 3S92 S70 7VK
No. pupil enrolled.. J&so 27in StUtf
No. teachers 78 1&5 2u3
Holding state pper 85
Holding first-grade rertiflcatea.. 44
Holding aecond-graderert ideates CO
Holding primary certificates.... 3
Holding third gradecertificates. 50
No. holding permit 31
No. holding certificates of insti
tute attendance C4
No. applicants teachers' certifi
No, failing to receive certificates 15
Certificates endorsed 22
Teachers taking educational jour
No. of children not attending any
No. attending schools outride of
No. of organized districts. 120
No. of legal voters for school
No. schoolhouses 122
New schoolhouses built 3
Nj. schools visited by Superin-
tendunt . . . . 75
Libraries, volumes 1970
School monoy received from all
sources ItifOSO 02
Disbursements C3,0(3 14
Estimated value school build
ings and grounds 123,403 00
Value of furniture and appar
atus 20,Si)0 00
Insurance 60.000 00
Average monthly wages paid
male teachers 40 01
Average monthly wages paid
female teachers 31 70
Average district tax levy, mills .00004
Extracts from the superintendent's
annual report follow:
"Thare is a noticeable improvement in
the educational spirit. At the present
writing there are a number of school
houses under construction, while others
are being repairedud nude more com
fortable and attractive.
A 11 11 ruber of schools have pnrclicd
new flgs, about leventy flve pur rent of
the school now owning a flag.
''The eighth tinule exaroinatiiie are
provlnv a stimulus all ovor the county,
rnsulting in iM-tter work and lioldlng in
school advanced pupils who would other
wis have droprx-d out. Four examina
tions were held and sixty lour diplomas
"Kfght Iocs! Institutes have been liel J
and have Wen well attended and profit
aide. We have at the 8nrrintendeot'e
office the nucleus of a teachers' profes
sional library, that promise to be useful.
I'Ooke are loaned to teu-here for two or
three months, and are well pa.troni?.d.
"In some districts where the element
In control have no direct interest in
school, it is very difficult to secure needed
improvement. In some case school
house are unfit for ime and sens one
soould he) authorized to condemn tbein.
The crying need is for some form of
consolidation of small district. There
is a want of money and effort with poor
OREGON CITY INDUSTRIES.
i .i . - . : .' 1 ' 1
Thirty-seven eistricts have levied a
special tax, but the average for the
count is leas than two mills.
Ono well attended and enthusiastic
officers' meeting was held."
The following: persons were granted
Eighth-grade diplomas during the past
C. L. Eaton. Carl Ganong, Carl Haris
berger, Jessie Jackson, Emily Spulak,
Ilatel Acock, Almede Kodlun, Selma
Kodlun, Winnefred Oebnro, Myrtle
Acock, Lura White, Helen M. Sprague,
Ivah Olmstead, Pearl Foster. Nanna Do
sier, Albert Olsen, Miwe Smith, May
Smart, Zella Surfue, Sophia Bauman,
Ora Lewis Dixson, Lillie McConnell, An
nie M. Thiesen, LeKoy Johnson. Roy
Breithaupt, Lillia Hayward, Lulu Wes
ton, Imo,(ene C. Myers, Anna Hendrick
son, Winnie Mar Kidder, Ella Evans,
Leo Johnson, Alvin S-hmale, Victor Ir
vin, Arnold D. Schmidt, Lawrence A's
paugh. Kye Stone, Effie Grace, LeKoy
Parraenter, Bertha Oherst, Jessie Q.
Gibson, Curtis Kandle, Vena MayBeld,
Mary Baker, Laura Baker, Lester Hale,
Willie Alspauith. Fred Griffin, Guy
White, Melvin Baruiore, Fred Roth.
Earl P. Smith, Lee N. Caufietd, Bessie
McMillan, Jessie Coon, Ernest Nelson,
Cbas. Bichner Joeeph Wells' Agnes IU1-
linan, Mary Likes, Lizzie Koeentreter,
Eunice Garfield, Edna Kingkade, Esther
O. 0. Buck, Beirne, Ark., says: I was
troubled with constipation until I
bought PeW'ilt's Little Early Risers.
Since then have been entirely cured of
my old complaint. I recommend them.
For Young Men and Toting Women.
There is nothing that will aronse the
ire of a young man or woman so Quick as
to have interior laundry work put oil on
them. Thev may dress ever so well,
but it their Blurt iront or shirt waist la
niussy their neat appearance is spoiled.
The Troy laundry makes a. specialty of
ladies' and gentlemen's fine work.
There can be no better work than is
done at the Trov. Leave your orders at
Johnson's barber shop.
Y. M. (J. A. 3IATTKHS
Improvt'iiientH on (lie lliiildin;
Are HpIiijj Made.
5E1V (jYM SAIL'M AI'I'AKATIS
Roiiins Will fte Open This Month From
4 to It) I'. M. Join Ilefore
During Aniut the building of the
Young Men's Christian Assscution will
be open only from 4 p. ui to 10 p. m.,
each day except .Sunday, and on Sunday
fiotn 1 p in. u 7 p. 111. Toe month
will spent In remodeling some of the
rooms, putting in new gymnasium ap
paratus, and improving the building In
Until September 1st the general sec-
' f f s 1 ,
two paper mills, flour mills,
retary will be in his office' daring the
hours mentioned above. After that
time the rooms will be open from 1 p.
; m. to 6:30 p. m. 00 Sundays and f om
9a. m to 10 p. m. on other days. AH
members of the Association shoo Id call
at the orlice of the general secretary and
aeenre new tickets, receiving due credit
for unexpired time on old ticket. Men
wishing to join should call at the oilice,
fill out an application blank, pay the re
quired dues and receive a membership
ticket entitling the holder to all the
privileges of the Association.
The first room to the right of tho
entrance to the building is open for the
use of all men. It contains daily and
weekly newspapers and correspondence
table with stationery. The privileges of
the building aside from this room are for
members only. Before the fall opening
lull announcements will be made in re
gard to the work in the gymnasium;
the evening educational classes in com
mon school, high school and business
college branbhee; the Bible classes,
social features and the Sunday afternoon
men's gospel meeting. All of these will
be conducted by the Association.
The membership f es and their time
of layment is as lollows: Juniors, this
includes boys between the ages of 8 and
It) years, f 1 initiation fee and $ 2 50 a
year. Payable $2.50 first month, $1
second month. Regular members
this includes all men of good moral
cliarni tor, whether church members or
not. Initiation fee (I and $5 yearly
dues, payable $3.50 the first month,
$2.50 the second mouth.
In any and every case, the initiation
fee becomes payable again upon lapse of
dues thirty days beyond the date upon
w hich they are due. All dues are pay
able at the office of the association.
All moa who join the Association be
fore September 15, will be exempt
from the initiation fees. If anyone de
sires special information regarding the
work of the Association be should call
at the ofllceor address W, Gilbert
Beattie, the general secretary.
The Enterprise $1.50 per year.