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Oregon. City Enterprise.
OKKdON CITY, OREGON, FRIDAY, NOVEMIJKK Ifi, 1901.
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Charman & Co.
Cut Price Druggists
Thon 13 Oreuon Cltv. Or.
We (lit nnrlerskpiej Grand Jurors o(
(In Circuit Court lor Clackamas County,
do hereby oisks tlili oor final report, to
, We have txamlbed all thargee of crime
hlth have been brought to our alien-
Mm of Ihrra Insufficient Is. Pern and
la gome lain Hive Harrt m
VTbe Are Dl'qaaliM.
i Ion and within our notire and liava re
turned one trua bill and lour not true
kJ Realising that It la Impoeaibls in the
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r reintin in action, to carefully examine
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LIGHT AND WHITE BREAD
('annul l ina)v u tilt an inferior grailu (luur.
That in why Portland Flouring Wills Flour is almost
utiivcroally utl when v r it in known. Anlc your
gt( vr fr it. Mailo hy jiatent prtK-ona.
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Art madurirv to cM. wbUh drvclup into con
uitiHioa. It U fui.lUb aad unnrrrMarjr to go about
ith wrt frc tad imperii your braltb wbra wintrr
but and rut.Urt rr chrap. Scr fcBitSSE VPOS.
about It. Tbryartih Icadm aad thctr atock'ftf
luur fwrtwear It Uo; enough and good rnough
lu pirate llxr uirt fattidiuut. Main alrrrt, two
douf north of xto(Tic.
iba buoka and accouota ol tla varioua
. County oflliara, wt liava not duna ao,
jaicept genarally and aucli vrnpral Infix
njaiiun aa wa haa la out aufficieot (or aa
to certify either at to lha correctnrat or
inix,rrcineH of Iba booaa, or accounta or
rond'ict U toa varioui county oflk-aa. Wa
Ulieva that the auret way to inaura tha
county againat any financial loea from
any A ita otliwra la to rvqultt them all
togie good bunda, and tberefora wa
baa taken palna to examlna the bonda
ol Ilia varioua county ofllcera to aacertaiD
tbrlr autHtlency. W'e find that there baa,
probably through ovrraigbt and in inad
j veilenra, been gieat laiity aa to tha (orm
and utllcirncy ol tha bunda given by Iba
virion oflli-er, aa to eome ol the qualifl
cailona ol turetiea on iba bond, and
then-fore c-H tha attention of the Honor
ab a Circuit Jodge to aome ol the irrega
Tl. l.nl ..I tha RvniiLr la InaufHi'Ipnt
Q n form ; the bond ol the Aeaaaeor la io.ul-
Sficknt In lorro and coolaina tba name ol
e lha iX'poty Aaeaor ai a euraty. While.
8 tha atatoie doea not ear exprealy that
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School Books, Tablets,
School Supplies of all Kinds.
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crpositE rest cmcE
In pelllng ot closor
figuroft than ever.
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few of our
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aluirr fuArr I larve enooch and Kood enough I tha etatme doee not aay exprly
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S I ttitt'tii do.- north oT po-tofTice. I M aurety, we think that the aptnt of the
p,'',0'' r I k , would render him disqualified; the
k . . tTswiTJTJTJTjTirjrjrdTJrjrjrjb bond of the aaceaaor la not in the lortu
' .r.vi.i..t byataluie.andconlainaaiurety
i In. la an allornev at law. who il bt law
2 tification ol the auretiea on the coroner a
bond ia aufllclently ambignoua aa to be
r. aurpccilble ol a conatraciion that aame ie
J i illegal ; the general bond ol the iheriff ia
Inautlicieiil in Icrm ana coniaina me
nami-aof two auretiea, one an attorney
and the other a deputy aheriff. both ol
which luretloi are by law dlKjoalifled ;
the bond ol the aheriff aa Ua-col lector,
while generally conditioned that the
aheriff. aa tai-colleclor, will faithfully
perform all Ilia obllgationi by law re
quired of him, doea not aay ipeciflcally
that he ahall pay over all moneyi that
mav come to hit handa ai audi collector,
whh h ia the form by law deaignated aa
the proper loim for the bonda ol all oflie,
I ra, and the aaid bond contama the namea
ol two attorney who are by law disquali
fied ee audi mretieaj the bond of the
couniy treasurer ie not in the form by
statute prescribed and containa the
nauiea ol two attorneya who are by law
disqualified as auretiea. We aay gener
ally ol all the bondo, that the auretiea
thereon should be carefully examined aa
to their property qualification, and re
coinuieud that all bond now. or hereaf
ter given, be submitted to the District
Attorney, or his deputy, before same are
accepted or approved , and vce recom
mend that the county officers, whose
bunds are alx'VH mentioned aa irregular,
and containlnu disqualified euretiea, be
rt quired to give new bonite which ahall
be In all re-peels aa by law required.
We have examined the county and
city juilr ami find them clean and well
kept, but recommoml UiRt me entrance
door ol the county JVil clnH
placed In such condition as to prevent
anv effort of prlsonera to escape.
We viniteil the various county offices
and find that they are sufficient for the
comfort and convenience ol the officers,
except that more vault room is needed in
ttie office of the recorder.
We viwlted the Institution known as
the "Sifters of the Good Shepherd of the
Magdalen Home," which ia also a found
ling asylum and found therein 15 babies
under three years ol age and six children
between the ages ol five and fourteen,
which children are such as the law au
thorise the Institution to receive from
the state, the sura of 50 for each child's
support. There are also other inmates
of such institution who are supported by
the institution itself, which Inmatea con
sist of women who are In the course of
reformation, who are there voluntarily,
and one minor girl who is kept there
with the consent and at the request ot
her guardian. All the childi m and
other Inmates are well clothed and kept
HIS LIFE" AND WORK
Bj II! Ktncrlal ro5!!sti!B. AsscclaTlon.
. ...m.l thin work, which makes
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Enterprise and W. Oregoriiah $2
end the Institution ia well aptx.lnted.
There Is laundry rnn In connection
with the Institution, which la an ordi
nary steam laundry, which Is clean, well
kept and the employe of which are
TheOrand Jury waa treated courte
ously by those In charge of the institu
tion and we were ehowo all through ibe
Having completed oar labor we beg
to be discharged.
Mathkw Athsv, Foreman,
W. P. Hc'hivelv, clerk,
O. C. fiauig,
H. 8. MoiiLta,
Saturday Sight's right
Tha 20 round go between Eddie Mur
phy, of t'ortland, and Hirnoo Morray, of
Denver, in the armory Saturday evening
was not an exciting content, but. on the
contrary, a very tame one. The boys
weighed a boot 118 poo oils and at the end
ol 20 rounds l-oth were fresh and Keferee
W. Hunter declared the light a draw,
Murphr was the aggressor all throoirh
but Murray was able to withstand bis
rnahee and to give him aa good aa he
sent. Msny ol the spertstoraconsidered
the mill a Uke. but there la no way of
proving it. Murphy is a very quick and
clever lad and hi mtnsger.rboe. Camp
bell, ol Portland, wants to match liira
against any 118 pound mao on the coast
for 2S0. The main event was prm-eeded
by two prelluilnar.es. Young Chogren
insky, of New York, and Kid Parker, of
San Francieco, boxed aix rounds and
O an liner Bowers, of Canemah, and
"B.nljr" Barrett prrel four rounds.
Iaferent Seem Cenitrti In the
Fight for Major.
DIKE 11 01T rOR RE-ELECT.!)
Ce.trt lay Hinge ea the Uran'lts; ef
Freight Pisarblae te the Pet
l.adCltjA Ongai Ry.
I-oui Rail, ol this city, who knocked
out "Kid" tmitb. of Ashland, in four
rounds a few weeks ago, baa been
matched against Charlee Joat, cf Port
and, lor a 20 round content, which will
take place In the Armory about the last
of November. Jot at thia time this
fight ia the one topic of conversation
among the sporting fra'cnity Rail has
many warm admirer here and may be
depended on to make things warm for
Elrctioa Mot re.
Notice is hereby given that there will
be a general election held in Oregon City,
Oregon, on Monday the 2d day of Decem
ber, 1001. between the hours of nine
o'clock a. m. and seven o'clock p. m., for
which election there haa been designated
the following polling places, to w it :
Ward No. 1 The Cataract Engine
house, corner ol Main and Third streets,
In thia city.
Ward No. 2 The Foootaio Hose Com
pany'a Engine house on Main street be
tween Seventh and Eitihlh street, in
Ward No. S The Engine House ol
Hose Company, No 3, on John Q.Adams
street between Seventh and Lliihlb
streets In said city.
At Said lime and place the following
officers will be elected by the duly quali
fied voter ol said Oregon City.
A mayor fur the term of one) ear.
A treasurer lor a term of one year.
One councilman from Ward No. l.fora
term ol three years.
One councilman from Ward No. 2, for
term ol three years.
One councilman from Ward No. 3 for a
term ol thre yer.
There has been appointed by ths City
Council of Oregon City the following pei
aon to act aa judges and clerks of said
First Ward H. C Stevens. E. D.
Kelly, J. A. Stewart, judges; II. Trem
bath, Weldon M. Shank, clerks.
Second Ward-C. C. Babcock, S.
Walker, C. N Greenman, judge ; J. E.
Rhodes, Clus. Kelly, clerks.
Third Ward-J. Harrington. D G.
Frost, J. Gillette, judges George Klv, L.
Published by order of the city council
of Oregon Ci'y made at a regular meet
ing held on Wednesday, Nov. 6,1901.
Bbiti 0. Cvbky,
Dated at Oregon City, on Nov 11, 1901.
BeMI Ttta Kind Von Haw Always Bought
As the time for eily election draws
near candidates bave hegno to loom
above the borison. Tbeir name ie
legloo. Their virtues and records are
being expounded by tbeir friends and
supporters on the street corners. What
they bave done that they rhon'd have
left undone, aod the things they have
not done as tbey should bave done ia
large and varied qoeation. Any old
matter ia toud for an argument and
when the second day of December passes
and the smoke of battle clears sway,
some men will wonder "where they are
at" and what tbey have to give thanks
Interest centers in the mayorality con
teat. Th present mayor, G. B. Dim
ick, ia an avowed candidate for re-election.
One year aao he ran against
George A. Harding and received a ma
jority of 111 voles out of Uie total vote of
635. He beaded the independent ciii
zena ticket and received 373 votes, al.ile
Mr. Harding, who wss the non-partisan
nominee, polled 202.
The situation this year haa rot yet re
solved itsell down to a fight between two
men. Several citiiena bave been men
tioned and it Ia whispered that cone of
them would refuee a nomination if
pressed. H. C. Stevens is prominency
spoken of. He is a larve property owner
snd would make a fiod mayor. So
would J. E. Hedges, who, it is under
stood, would not refuse the nomination.
Mr. Hedges ia an attorney of high ability
and liter La do doubt of hie htnee.- C.
G. Huntley, who beat E. E. Charman
for councilman a year ago, bas yet two
years to serve in that body, and is also
mentioned as a candidate for mat or.
Charles O. Albright has a year yet to
serve in the council and ia not seeking
the nomination for mayor, bot probably
would not refuse it if tendered to him
It ia an honor that few men would de
cline. The fight may not hinge on the oppo
sition of many influential citisena to
granting further privi'egee to the Port
land City and Oregon Railway Com
pany, nevertheless this is decidedly a
not nnimportsnt matter. The mayor
should and must be a man who will at
all timea be aggressive in the fight for
the interests of Oregon City and against
granting excessive privileges to corpora
tions. Such a man should be nomi
nated and elected.
Oregon City's mayor has a consider-
.(tea eanvmi n t itraw t4 am.' at s few him lha
IS.U.V v i' jrvi ti r V n,nii, a is sutai uirj
right is vested by the charter to appoint
a city attorney, city recorder street
commissioners end police force. The
present officers are satisfactory in every
way. The mayor's appointments must
be confirmed by the council. He also
names the council committees.
., John Humphrys, of the Bank of Ore
gon City, will probably be the next city
treasurer. This office pays only $25
aquarter and there is no wild scramble
(or the place. At the last election Linn
E. Junes was elected without opposition.
He left the city last spring and since
then Mr. Humphrys has transacted the
business of the ofhVe. H is well knewn
and popular and his reputation in
financial affitirs is unquestioned. F. J.
Myers, csshier ol the Commercial Bank,
is also mentioned for the place.
Three councllmen retire in January
and their successors will be chosen at
the coming election. The members
whose terms expire are Bruce Zomwalt,
first ward; William Shehan, second
ward ; E, D. Story, third ward.
sufficient to give you most
delicious tea biscuit using
Royal Baking Powder as di
rected. A pure, true leavener.
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