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OKKOON CITY, OREGON, FltlDAY, AUGUST 2.', 1001.
KI'.AL J'.STATll AND INHUkANCIf
At Red l'toiil, Court Hooas HUmIc
Oregon City, Oregon
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ATTOUNKY AT UW
,rr4-fior rnorsarv rutttiMio,
par nssi l Clt Cuun rt'
1 D A ! C UTuCMm,
ATTORN KYH AND
COUNHF.J.ORH AT UW
COMIJANY A. WON
Aro pretty 1ut you can't make bread from tlicm.
I no Hour that makcH tlio Lent broad i rnanu-fijotun-d
at Oregon City l.y tl,0 I'ortland Flouring
Mills, from old wheat by patent proct-HH. Take
no other Sold by all grocers.
Took LiiKtSnrnlay'H Game From
ItCSl'LT Dl'E TO COSTLY EB'iOIW
maim srassr umuon i ity, outturn
futiilih ahairaels (ilTUI. Miine,, Pure-
..( ati'l trau.acl Uenaral
jKO. V. lUlOVYNKI
ATTOUNKY AT LAW
0rttn C'lljr, - - Oregon
Will rariip In all courts of Ida stale,
pltue In I'eufield uulldlhg.
ATTOUNKY AT LAW,
0llM I I".
HID p -! In at) Ibe Vault ml IhaataU. Ol'
,(, , i -uS II tin din
0. W. Kntlmm 0. H. Iiml k.
I;l MICK & KASTIIAM
Coiniiif r Kal Kutkto ami Prv
hate Law, Fin-dallies.
AU'rtU of Tltl made, Money leaned
0,'"n City, Oregon
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li UU1JU11UU 11U1DU
earn Heat and kt(tis uighi..
lUal Maoli la UM at is .,,L.
T OREGON CITY
Tho Only Firnt-ClMi
Hotel in town.
Ratss l day and upwards.
JACOB IAMM., proprietor.
Harno3smaker and Saddler.
Main Blreel, bet. Fourth and Fifth. Oregon Citj
New llsraes r ma la la up lo-dgte B:)le.
:r.".X':;r "' Koittiriiig Harnesses a Specialty.
ATtoUNKY AT I.4W.
0rOf MrKlllflrk'l HIllM Mot,
lb Hank ul OragurtCily.
J W. MfANfl.TY
J u r tiro of tho IVaro.
Will alland Idmllrtlluiit and Mil ftslealale.
OftVe oh Main Hfl,
Oi p. AlMgi.t a Meal klarkai, lirrn Clt;.
W.HJ't.e C. IcU..!1
U'KKN Si SCHUKIIKL
, Attorneys at 1aw.
III t fa ilia lit all nmfla. make Collection
d willamrnti of M'alea.
Furn'ih alalia, it of luia, land jrou ttant)r
and Itixl jrour ttionry on f!rt iiiuiita.
Offlco In Entorprlao Dulldlng,
OrriHin ("It jr. Orn.
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F. :';::'' villi1!-! y-A
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We are the agents for Premo
Camera, and the price is re
duced from 25 to 50 per cent.
Try onr f naraatd Irtr.npr,
larf buttlf, r
" " M . TobbIbc4
rtiltif Hath, tie
" " " rulafBata, 25a
Latest Novelties In tho Photo
line at reduced prices.
CHARMAN & CO.
JOUKKT A. Ml I.I.Kit
ATTORSJiY AT LAW
LnnilTlllrnnnd I.i nil Office
I lunlftrnn t Hpcglillty
Ul'.l iactii In all Court of tlie State
Kixtiii 3, Wrlnliard Iltdj.
OJip. Court Hollar, Orr(on Cll V. Oirou
Wt carry tlit only complete line ol
Caaketa. Co (Tin a, Roia, Lining, ami
have the only first claaa and up-to-date
hrarac in the county.
Our prices are new exorbitant.
We guarantee satisfaction.
We can give you better goods and
better acnrlce fur lew money than
any ottirr undertaker In the county. Calls promptly attended night or day.
SlnJXi cS& EISSELL
Undertakers and Einbalmers
Talephona 413 and 304.
7th Street, bet. Bridge and Depot
Tanroarrr Will Vmj (ompooy A. Here
3-it Muntfay, and a ( loae and
E.ntlng Uauitt Is KtprrU4.
Oih of I he bat (a mm of the yesr was
played ( Willamette I'sk taut Hunday
aUjrrioon between Company A. end Wil
lamette: nines, both of Ori-ifon City. Tl e
rivalry between the teams was spirited
nil et h side hid enthaniaatic lupport-
Thene tranis hsve played three game
and two of them were won ly Company
A. Game will be ealhv! promptly at two
o'clock. Company A. will line Op this
way: Hell, pitcher; Clark, Catcher; Mc
Farland, drat baae ; Hedges, eerond base ;
Keckner, third base ; L. Kelly, shortstop ;
Lee, rixht field; It. Kelly, center field;
Warren, left fluid.
JIK. t'OLOEItr KEM(;Nf.
John Glbboa p.!, 5e 7, . A R.,
hnrrrndfM IU CTiarter.
Mea.le Post, No. 2, O. A. It., held its
regular meeting Hatorday afternoon and
accepted the retlgntlloo ci Patrick Col
bert as commander of the poit, who is in
Los Angeles. Mr. CoItt will return to
Oregon City, but probably not before his
term ot office expires.
P. II. Beach was elected commander.
to succeed Mr. Colbert, and Faxon Hay
ford elected junior vice-commander, to
Condition of Clackamas Count
at the End of the Year.
SEABLI IW.000 WAS EXrLNI)F.I
The Statement Show Tbat f.0,l2..23
Was Appropriated for Koad
Tlie financial exhibit of Coahty Clerk
Corr for tii efiacal yesr ending Jane
30, 1901, has been completed. The lia
bilities of the county are $173,658.29,
which is the smonnt of ontatanding war
rants with Interest. The resources are
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(itTlia In W itlamelte Illila.
CDUe tiuuri; 0 a tu. to M m., 1 10 t p, 111.
and 7 to a , in.
8ell attrtnlon falit to Uhsumatiim ana
Call snswsrad day or nielli.
JjU, FRANCIS FKFKMAN,
Grsdiute of the Northwestern Univer
sity IVlital Hcliool, Chlrago.
Alao American College of lHntal hurgery,
Willamette Work, Oregon City.
J) . L. L PICKENS,
Tricot Moderate. All Operation
Harclay Iliillding Orouon City, Or.
JANg OroRKOCN CITT,
Oldest Banklns Dense 1. tlie Cltr.
Pal.l up Capital, M,000,
'lllHT, . CM A ILK W. C A t'ri (.!.
Vk b rHaainaitT, eao. A. aaaume.
A"lll, . . . ,1 CAlirilLU.
Aeiiral lianktiif bnnlncm traniaoted.
"Hlii roi'nlYBif iiliuci 10 ulierk.
l'proro.l 1,111a and iintna dltcoiinted.
uuuuiy and city warrants bom tit.
iiaiia mda on avallalile eourlir.
unilnmloiii maile prnmiillT.
"'tallavAllauleluauypart of the world
'"'raiihio KinhaiiKoa anld on Portland, Ban
f"ol"i,Vhloaioaud New York.
iret PU on lime ilopo.ln.
rUI COMMKIICUL BANK
OF OK KG ON CITY.
"Pltal, ..... 1100,000
lV"40T eHSSAL aANKINO SI'alKSIH.
1.1m " m',' Hllla dlimtiintm!. Makua col
!tlima. Iinv. .-.I ...n. . ... .ii
..... n nl Bu, in
After climbing the hill, atop at
On Sovonth Street,
Where the best of lea Cream
and Soda I served. O O O
Southern Pacific trains atop at hotel door. Constantly open for reception of
t'lieat. Until room connected with main building. Postoflice (a mails per day).
ICxpreM, and Long Diataqce Telephone. Superior to any Spring in America for
the curs of Rheumatism, Stomach or Kidney Trouble, or Catarrh. Terms, f to
per week and up. J tier day. Location in Douglas Co., Oregon.
1 CAl'T. HKN D. BOS WELL, Proprietor.
LONG BEACH HOTEL.
Hvrrytioilv knowa of Tlnkrr'a Hotel. Thla
rti Mimi hiiu'-r la now oicu fur the mitlon
of the uauiil lliniiiKa thai are en-ctnl. The
Intilra in aiiiillni with the ln-t tlmt enn t
linieiirrit, nml t lie Hiimla who lrciiirnt thla
pIit will nml It liu kiiiK In none uf Ita at
trncllona thla arnaoii.
THE HACKNEY COTTAGE
1 now nwo for the aenann of 1001. All
home vonilorta. itxcellrnt talile board anil
nml a moat ilralratilc nlnre for litmlllea. Cen
Inilly loenlril mid Itrautlful urroun(lluj;a.
I'lnr aurl' Imllilnif, Kcacrvntloni made on
MKrt. J. 1IACKNBY, fkarlcw, Waah.
rra, Uiough those of the Willsmettea
were more numerous and vociferous.
Umpire Zimmerman displayed good judg
ment in bis decisions and waa as Impar
tial as so umpire could be.
Willamette wenttotbe bat and got noth
ing from BU and Company A. made one
run in their half. In the second Inning
the mill buys made two runs and followed
up with another in the third. Belt set
lied down to steady work and no more
runa were mad by Willamette. The
game was played with a anap and vim
and features wera a doable play by Ca
ll IT, IUpp and Ilodgkint and the field, n
ol Warren. In the last balf of the filth
the score stood 3 to 2 la Wiliamettes' fa
vor. Hedges was at the bat and the
bases were fnlL Right here is where
CalilT covered himself with glory by strik
ing Hedges out and things began to look
weary for Company A, but in the eighth
inning costly errors netted them four
runs and the game was won. The players
and their positions were:
Company A. Willamette
Lee RF. ., Graham
lleilgea 2U Ilougkiue
Warren LF. Kioer
Reckner 3B Imrie
Clark'. C Keil
Kelly, L SS Kelly, R
McFarland IB Kapp
Chapman CF Bovlan
Celt P CalifT
BINS BY l.NNIKOS,
12 3 4 5 6 7 8 0
Wlllammetle 0210 0000 03
Company A 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 4 6!
fill the vacancy canned by the promotion
of Mr. Beach. O. A. Cheney was ap
pointed aid de-camp on the staff of the
John Gibbon Pott, No. 78, Department
of Oregon, is no more, ita charter having
been annulled by Department Com
mander A. J. Goodbrod, with the con
sent of the council ol administration.
The post waa organized last October by
a few members, and sinew then the or
ganisation baa not been a success. It is
believed the majority of the members
will soon join the Meade Post. Follow
ing is so extract from general orders.
"The charter of John Gibbon Post,
No. 16, Department of Oregon, Grand
Army of Republic, having been annulled
on June 2-5, 1U01, by Department Com
mander A. J. GoiHlbrod, with tlie con
sent ol the council of administration,
and the earns having been approved by
Leo Rassieur, commander-in-chief G. A.
R., on Juiy 31, 1901, under section 4,
article 1, of chaiter 5, rules and regula
tions, John Gibbon Post, No. 78, Depart
ment of Oregon. G. A. K., is
droped from the rolls ol this
ment, and all comrades of said John
Gibbon Poet, No. 78, who were in good
standing on June 28, 1901, will be!
granted cards upoo application to these
Baantha flit m Hay Aitart Ikuga
101,937 00. There is $23,152.30 in the
hands of the county treasurer applicable
to the payment of county warrants, and
MS. "So 30 due on delinquent taxes from
1SU5 to 1900. This leaves a debt of fill,
720.09 against the county. During the
fiscal year just closed IS7.727.86 waa ex
pended, as follows:
Uoad Warrants $31,877 75
Road and bridjre H,?47 48
Pauper.. 4,40 54
Criminal, (circuit court) no CO
Criminal (juatice court) 1.14 3d
Stationery 1,7, 7J
Court lloue and Jail 1.212 77
Clerk 2,5 0f)
fberiff.....'. S.78 94
Botiiiiy 37s 00
BiiUtr 303 09
8chool 8uierintendent 1,1:8 80
County Judge 1,20J 00
j County Commissioner 1.2VI 20
Armory Rent 0 (0
Bicycle . 85
Insane 185 05
Jury 1,115 30
Coroner 520 5
Treaaurer t.sa 01
Indigent Soldiers. 41,7 75
hereby Aseor 4,543 50
depart-, Elections 2,94! 23
imtrict Attorney i& X)
Recorder 2.557 90
Surveyor v no
Court Reporter ZH 50
Printing 670 80
. 233 10
. 132 54
. . 69 00
Bos and Girls Aid Society
Poll Tax Rebafe....,
In ik.",".' '"'M and sella eanhansa on all ti
t . h.,""t"'iHlaleii. Kiiroiis aud lions K
an. , " relvet autijool to obeca. Haul
' UTOUKBTTK, Proatdnnt.
f. J. MKYEtt Casklsr.
Think ebon I ttio
Tho rnonnt'in imVii of tin- fiiihoplione,aie
ciUM ii l.y tuu In. t l!it 11 lian until
MATCHLESS POWER OF ENTERTAINMENT
that an Ml NSl DI.SIRC for rOSSI SSI0N la awakened la all wao dear It.
IT 8UPPLIC0 AN ACTUAL WANT (TIE IRRESISTIOLE DEMAND FOR DIVERSION
ANO RELAXATION) TO CRATlFY WHICH MANY ARB WILLING TO DO WITHOUT OTHER
NECESSITIES. IT IS THE
UNIVER5AL ENTERTAINER OF THE AQE
An Inethauatibla aoerre el Wonder and Delight to all
It In almnle In eoiiNtrin Hon, ami itlt ea nro arrnnged to suit all pocket books! while tl
demand will continue human UMliite exints.
The Introduction of a few (iraplioiiliotiea Into a community at once creates sn Increasing
demand for W CORDS and StJPI'lUS, and n COMIM OIS BlSlNlSS Is Idas esUbllabed. Why Dot
sectue the liberal Profits whlih are allowed dealers?
WRITE FOR CATALOGUE, TERMS, ETC., TO
Columbia Phonograph Co.,(aeni,
125 Geary Street, SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
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Basea on balla, Belt. 4 j CftliiT, 1. Two
base hits, Company A., 1 ; Willamette, 2.
Hit by pitched ball, Belt, 2. Stiuck out,
by Belt, 8 ; by Califf, 12. Left on bases,
Willamette, 3, Company A, 4. Time of
game, one hour and forty minutes. Um
pire, Zimmerman. Scorer, Keating,
The Wiliamettes are not satisfied with
the result of Sunday's game and a return
match will probably be arranged for Aug.
31, at Willamette Park.
JNext Sunday Company A. and Van
couver will meet at Willamette Park.
For Younir Men and Young rfomen.
There is nothing that will arouse the
ire of a young man or woman bo Q"ick as
to have interior laundry work put oil on
them. Thev nmy dress ever so well,
but it their shirt trout or shirt waist Is
niussy their neat appearance la epoiled.
The Troy laundry makes a specialty of
ladies' and gentlemen's fine work.
There can be no better work than 1b
done at the Trov. Leave your orders at
Johnson's barber shop.
The Enterprise $1.50 per year.
Attorneys Fees 75 00
Damage 12 50
Supreme Court 39 00
Clerk's Rebate 5 00
Rebate Dist. Attorney's Fees 10 00
Rebate Probate Fees 10 00
Road Survey 515 90
Priming Delinquent Tax Sale..., 83 2t)
Insurance no 00
O. C.S. R. R. Co 144 0D
Uoad Survey Contest (Circuit Ct) 77 50
Lease of Gravel Pit 50 00
Lost Warrants , 12 00
Costs Fanton Road Case 19 CO
Sewerage... 7 00