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Oregon City Enterprise.
OREGON CITY, OREGON, FRIDAY JUNE 20, 1902.
ATTORN K Y AT LAW
f,,1' ,.Vl..H.. H,.ecl.,icy
ciilt in Court of the Stair '
K.aiin 1. Wrinlmril Wdg.
cJHrtll""". Gr.-o.i City. Oregon
KO. T. H)VAKP
.L rsTATK AND INSl'K ANCK
j (),rK" City. Otrgoil
Court !Uiic Mock
Cuili. l.l IUI?., Orvyon City.
ATTOltNKY AT LAW,
I erKll"linlllh.rourU t lb
uiirntiT OMloB iiTr,ouo.
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A-fiTAKT, M- D.
' (ifli.'C In lllIHlt Uliltt.
Oregon CHX. Orgoli
in. Id I.' III., I lu 4 . in.
tti iiriiin-n ft lttiiin''l'i'
( all mrnl clay or night.
i, FRANCIS FREEMAN.
ihit ol Northwestern Univer
I hit IVntal Krhool, Chicago.
$iAnerifnCollegeol ll'hlal Surgery,
WilUmxtla Block. Oregon City.
f HICOMNKKt IU BAKK
OF OHKCiOK CITY.
'4 M nxlt Hill itltrnunUNl. Maka rnl-
n. Hum and milt nhaiifa nn all p"'""
f wl'iludiiiatea. Kur uJ H'lUI Km i
t-cii rcir. tuliju.'l to cbwk Buk
r:lmB 1 1. to 4 f. M.
r. J. MKYKK ( r.
AITOICNKY AT LAW
On iitiy tiling in the ilrug lino in quilo apt to boa little
higher than our pricf. Our firm aim is to boo that you
r''t K''1h ami p-t what you ask for; our next aim
ami cllort is to SAVE you something on tho COST.
No out) ever will ami can sell you for lesn than our
jricc. We Huvfi for you not only on a few loudly
In-raided item hut on almost everything druggists sell.
2 fr jjc
Bet Water Balllcx
f i .' trgular
Now 64 e
! Everyday Prices:
! Cut price on Patent Medicines.
: f Mo l'rruim "le
f 1 .mi llawlry'a Catarrh Cure 7 Or,
i f I on Swamp Knot HOe
i ,1V Caitoria (I'.riiuinr) 2lr
! jv Carter' I.iltlc l.lvi-r l'ill .'c
j All f i.oj Anthnia Curr. h'tr
t i.m Pierce' Golden liiwovrry J5c
ft it 1'irrrr'a Favorite I'rricription ,7'"r
I JSC l o run Hunter lire
f I mi 1'inkliain' VrgrtuMc Comp'd .He
i JSC IVrcf ' 1'rllrts 1"C
f l.mi Schoop' Medicine H"C
! JV- 1 Vur'a Soup IC
1 f l.io 1'uinr' Irlrrv CooijMiuud Mc
' Vk." I'rv'n S(inrri l Poison 20c
i Vt W'aklrr Me
ft on Wood' Siirkmrill ONLY ..'''
fl.mi Red l.ilir " "... 0r
JSc Cimditioli I'owdcr -r
i i.m Tutiay I'ilU H'ir
JSC lutiruru Soup 1"C
Vie Klcctru- Hitlrr 40c
fl.mi " " HDC
Snaps In Cameras
fS mi Cyclone Muniiic, 1mot new, $"
f I mi llrowuie Cnuier Klrr
f M oo I'rrnio "A" US
Sump Card Mount 6e dozen
lliownie " " extra fine, Htc doz.
An fiidlea variety of 4x5 and J7 mount
all color t pe iul price.
Snie. usiinl priit 5c, our cut pric 4c
Slxiiijp, rexuliir !, now 6c
Tooth Ilrualie, loo, 15c JSC 55c,
now ... Sc, 10c, loc, 25c
Knive and Razor reduced from loto
ji er cent, r-ec our ft. 50 guaran
7 for 35c
2 pkg. SC
CHARMAN & CO.
CITY DRUG STORE
Cut Price Reliable DrugRiHta
'Phone 13. Mail Order Solicited.
Small AHemlunce at the Annual
, KKrOUTtOF OI'HCEKS I'KKSEITED
Mrho, Year Jut CIom1 Mb a Very
PurrfHtTuI One. ITnanclal
It port of Cli rk.
Mi, Muriam-a Prawn.
orri 1 i.v 111
f ol llirgnii City.
Attr t M .
oumii! ('nr. Ok.
IDiti 0. 8chahl
U'RKN ,v SCIIUKIIEL
AttoruiyH at Lnw.
Ip'KUia in all ronria, make collrrtion
1 ' d rlttomr i.m 11I K'l.
"'ill iMrarta nl till, lend you niony
M Iriid yinir miiiiry oil llrnl ninr(K.
e In Enterprise Building,
Ori-pin i "it y, Oregon.
Flour is a Necessity
There are many kinds f Hour. Hut none bo good as ours.
Try it and he convinced. Mudc by patent procew. Ture,
wholenoiue and of a miicri(ir grade.
Portland Flouring mills Co.
13 II y 11 B a tz VI
U B ml
Must ami Will bo Sold
Ws of Ladies Kid, Patent leather, French Heel.
" Tatent leather
a " French Heel, Ties
" Fine Kid Shoes
" " Ties
Men's Patent Leather, up to-date stylo
Hoys' Fine Calf Dress Shoes
Misses Fine Dress Shoes, Button and Lace
I'.ahios' Fine Shoes. Button and Lace
if member we have all sizes in this line ol gooas as iuu s tuy
ractory. fciile ol Allocs, liiu-t- jmms nmt v.
J. MORRIS Manager.
.worth $5.00 for $215
3.50 14 1.85
3.00 " 1.65
2.50 " .95
2.00 " .75
;?.50 " 1.85
1.75 " .85
1.50 " .05
75 " .25
Ho litllf intcri'"t wkr inanifcHtud In the
annual (wliool inei tini: o( the Uttswn
, City dia'rict laiit Monday evt-uiiiK that
j there a only one ieriMn prerit in ad-
dilion to the mdiool oincera. The meet
! init wa a abort one and the reiort of
;the direcloi and clerk were read. They
j are a follow:
Owco itf C'rrv, Oregon. June lfl, 1902.
iTo the tnxpHyeiol School District No.
I Clackaiiiaa County, Oregon.
, Ladiea and Uentlemen :
In piirHiiance ol law, we your board of
director, auhinit thii reiioit of the afTaim
lof the dixtrict for the term endinit a'
date. A baa been ciiNtomary fur many
'year pt we have had t'-hool for nine
month dnrinn the yer juot cloned. The
iatrliDol opened Heptenitier ldth. l'.Wl with
! fair attendance which ineri.ed to an
enrollment of 6H3 in November, after
I which tune there wan a Kradu.il decreaim
'till the end of the school yer. I'rofeimor
II. I. Wilciix wh continue 1 hi Sutmrin
ttndcnt and the remain ler of the corps
lof teachera wa the aanie a lit yenr.
j with the exception of Mus Kehecca T.
Smith who wh elecied Principal of the
iKuHtham Sctinol and Mi Eva Meldrum
'a teacher ol the third (trade in nine
'school. l)urint the year tt ere Im been
the ttreateet harmony and good-will be
tween the luperiutHiident, principal and
teacher and they have all worked to
gether faithfully and earneatly to pro
mote the heel interest of the pupil un
der their charge and the consequence
ha Wn that we have had a very mc-
icemdul school year.
I For the new year we have elected
! Professor II. A. Haye. of Henderson,
.Kentucky, a superintendent (Professor
I Wilcox not applying for the position )
I Mi Addie Clark has been re-elected
I principal of the Barclay School and Mis
Uebe.va T. Smith principal of the East
I ham School.
The old corpi of grade tearhera, with
' two exception, were re-elected.
Tlie following new teacher were
'elected to All the vacancies and for an
: additional room which will he established
the coming year: Mra. Godfrey, Mi"
Shnnkwiler and M.ne Fost-r. The sul
ftiies will be a follows: Superintendent,
fll'O per month; Principal of the East
t ham School. 7() per month ; Principal of
the Barclay School, $06 per month ; two
i nrimarv teachers and Miea Sade Chase,
$47.60 each per month ; the remainder of
the old teacher V each per month and
I the three new teachers $40 each pur
We decided that it was necessary to
employ an addilbnal teacher for the
new year on account of I he crowded con
dition of tome of the rooms last year and
the strong probability of it continuance
during the future.
The census of the school-children
w hich ha just been taken, while a little
short of the numler shown last yer, in
dieatps as larue an attendance as the
year just closed, the difference in number
being caused principally oy uie euuium
tion ol all children who are in the dis
trict temporarily and whose homes are
in nthr diHtriets. Each winter quite a
number of children come to the city to
work for their board and go to school
and it has been the custom here to en
roll them in this district and furnish
them free tuition, but the new law pro
hibits the enumeration of children ex
cept where their homes are and so we
have dropped all such.
At the special meeting in January we
were authorized to rent a room and fit it
up for a new teacher, but after giving
the matter a careful investigation we find
that we can get an additional room in
the Barclay building by putting (our
grades in the two nigh school rooms; to
accomplish this it will be necessary to
put the 8th, 9th, 10'h and 11th grades
in these two rooms which can be done
without a great deal of inconvenience as
there will be seating capacity for all and
the 11th grade can retire to the princi
pal's otlice for leciiation. With this ar
rangement we will avoid the expense of
renting and tilting up a room outside
and also the inconvenience of having
one grade off by itself. It will also be
quite a saving in co6t as the only outlay
that will he necessary will be the pur
chase of a few more desks, which would
have been required in either case.
The insurance on the school building
and contents expired last July and we
Iwva renewed it for three years in the
fnllowinir amounts to-wit: On the Bar
clay bmlding, $t 00; on contents, $1000;
on the Eastham building, $5000; on con
tents, $1000, and on the Gymnasium at
the Barclay building, $400; this insurance
for three years cost $:!35.
During the past year the attention of
the board was called to the fact that Dr.
John Mclaughlin had, during hi life
time, donated two lots in Oregon City to
the school district and that after his
death the legislature of the state had
confirmed the gilt, a matter which none
of the board were cognirant of. On
looking the matter up we found that
other parties had been claiming these
lots reirardless i f the ownership of the
district. We have had an abstract of
the title to these lots wade and find a
clear record title in the district and here
after will do whatever is necessary to
protect the Interest of the school disirict.
It will probably require a lawsuit to
settle the matter aud we think that this
should be gone into if necessary to es
tablish our right to the lots.
Ti.o .i.iinnl tmildinirs are in very fair
condition and there will be no large Bijatturt
items for repairs during the coming year f
Oheoon Cirv Jnne 10, 1902.
To the Honorable, trie Board of Direc
tor of school district No. 62, Clackamas
1 respect lully submit my financial re
port a clerk of school district No. (i2,
covering sixteen ironths, from March 1,
1!K)1 to Jnne 1. 1902, this being the
ending of the fiscal year under the new
$ C2 20
A mt ree'd from former
State apportionment 14'i2 78
Tuition 370 Oo
Loan account (borrowed) C5.59HO
Our draft, at bank 81 61
mile we decide to paint the Eastham ; OREGON CITY WISH IN I'ORTUSD.
building which i sadly in need of reno-
three directors today mem that with
their qualification for the office that we
will become district of the first rla
which, while it sound well, doe not
mean anything in particular except that
we will have five director hereafter in
dead ol three, and that the terra of office
of efch director will lie fiveyerH. which
will give him ample time to become ac
qiiiintnl with hi dutie.
The clerk financial report, which will
be read following thin, will acqnaint you
with the receipts and expenditure dur
ing the sixteen month ending at this
ClUKI.E- 11. CaUFIKLD,
W. E. Cabll,
The Upchorch baaehail team met an
overwhelming defeat at the hands of
Oregon City in Portland last Saturday,
the final score being 14 to 5. The game
was p ayed at the prolessional grounds,
and wa witnessed by alair-aized crowd,
wnose sympathies were evenly divided
tie twee ii the contenting aggregations.
(Jpchurcb was not in it for a moment,
the local player being nnable to touca
Graham, Oregon City' speedy pitcher.
Graham was well supported by bis in
field, and sent strike after strike over the
robber in a manner that gave Manager
Feeoy'a men the complete razzle-dazzie.
The visitor scored twice in the opening
round, three lime in the second and
bunched in five more in the fifth the
result ol six safe hit off Meacb.
Cpchurvh managel to pull in two
score in the second inning, and in the
seventh look a brace and bunched in
three. The game was full of sensational
plays, and wa interesting throughout.
Hie line up w a follows:
. 3 tt..
. . . . Meacn
.. . .blavin
Total receipts $200.32 07
Salary of teachers 12 months. . .$8576 00
Salarv of janitor 12 months. . .. 900 00
Salary of clerk 15 months 124 90
School upplies 225 42
Fuel 441 5i
Water rent 20 00
Election expense 1901 0 0.)
Furniture 49 00
General expense 242 50
Insurance 335 00
Hall rent 1901 - 10 0
Sewer installments 83 40
Printing 118 00
Abstract of ti'ie to lot 20 00
Paid no'es given last rear 3115 00
Paid notes given current year.. 4619 00
Paid interest on notes 267 49
Paid interest on bonds 901 49
disbursements ,$20052 07
Six per cent bonds due July..
Six percent bonds due July. .
Notes held by bank
. 6000 00
. 172J 00
. 81 61
Total .$13801 61
No. of children enumerated 1902. . . .1140
C. O. T. Williams.
THREE DIRECTORS ELECTED.
T. F. Rjan, G o. A. Hunting and Cbas
Albright Cboxeu Last Monday.
The annual school election in this city
last Monday was a quiet one A little
over 100- voles were polled. The new
directors will serve thiee, four and five
years respectively, the term of each to
be decided by lot. The successful can
didates have'30 days In which to qualify.
Tne vote bv wards was:
First Ward Charles Albright, 17?
George Harding, 17; Thomas Kyan, 21;
J. W. Loder, 13; R Koerner, 20; J. H.
Second Ward Albright, 42; Harding,
45; Ryan, 57; Lodei, 34; Koerner, 34;
Third Ward Albright, 5; Harding, 6;
Ryan, 7; Loder, 2; Koeruer, 5; Walker,
Total vote A Ibruht. 64 ; Harding, 08 ;
Ryan, 85; Loder, 49; Koerner, 63;
McCulcheon It F.
HiU off Meach, lo ; off Graham. 5.
Two-base bus Young, Graham, Slott,
Three-bae hit Graham.
Struck out By Meacn, 2; by Gra
banes on balls Off Graham, 1; oil
Stolen bases Rapp, 2; Young.
Time of game One hoiir and 45 min
utes. Umpire Stevens.
Oregon City 23005130 0-14
Upchurch 0 2000030 05
ALIMM TEAM IS BEATEN.
Oregon ( Itj Wins Last SnndJj' Game
By a Score of 12 to 4.
Oregon City beat the Independent
Alumni Team, of California, in laat Sun
day's game, which was won in tho first
inning. The California team permifed
Oregon City to score eight tans in the
first. McNulty for the visitors was wild
and was retired before the inning wa
over and Zamlocb put in the box. Ca
ll IT pitched steady ball all through the
game and was well supported The er
ror of the Californiaus were frequent
and costly. The visitor went to Everett
from here and will return early in Jnly
for a return game. Next Sunday Oregon
City aud Upchurch will play in Portland.
Five hundred people saw Sunday's game
and the score follows:
AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
Davis, 3b 4 2 2 3 3 2
l.ee, L f 5 1 1 0 0 9
Young, lb 4 1 2 13 0 0
Parrott, 2b 5 3 1 0 6 1
Martin, c 5 1 2 9 2 0
Reckner, s. .. 5 1 1 2 3 1
McCufchin, r. f.. 5 1 1 0 0 0
Rapp.c. f 4 2 1 0 0 0
Calitf, p 4 0 0 0 4 0
Oswego School Election.
At the annual school meeting held at
the school building in Oswego Monday
evening G. C. Garfield was re-elected
school director for a term of three years,
and C. B. Hall was elected clerk for one
year. The same evening the board of
directors elected the following teachers
for the ensuing year: E. T. Evans, prin
cipal ; Miss Imus, of the Oregon State
Normal, intermediate grades; Miss
Georgina Bell, first primary; Miss Pearl
Nida, second primary.
Purk place School Election.
The voters of the Parkplace school
district Monday night re-elected Captain
William Smith director for one year.
E J. Maple was elected clerk to succeed
SAWMILL BURNED NEAR SANDY.
Totals 41 12 11 27 17 4
Edwards, s. .... 4 0 1 2 5 2
Gostinsky. c. f.. 5 1 0 I 2 0
Webber, 3b 5 3 12 12
Kennedy, c 4 0 2 7 1 O
Freeman, lb ... 4 0 0 7 0 1
Boetiger, 1. 1 .... 4 0 1 2 1 0
Miller, c. I 4 0 0 0 0 0
Emerson, 2b.... 4 0 0 3 1 0
McNulty, d 0 0 0 0 0 0
Zamlocb, p 3 0 1 0 1 0
Totals 37 4 6 24 12 5
Bl'NS BY INNISGS.
Independent Alumni 1001000204
Oregon City 8 1 10 0 0 1 1 x 12
Two-base hits Young, Davis.
Stolen bases Lee, Parrott (2). Martin,
Reckner, Rapp (2), Webber, Freeman.
Mruck out By Califf, 9 ; by Zamlocb,
First base on balls Off Califf, 3; off
Zamloch, 3 ; off McNnltv. 1.
Hit by pitcheJ ball By Califf, 1; by
Time of game 1 hour and 40 minutes.
JOHN CARROLL M'JURRT.
No Insurance On the Property and the
Los Will Total $6000.
Kei.so, Or., June 15. A mill about
three miles north-west of Sandy, together
with about a thousand dollars worth of
lumber lielonging to Grove & Goger, was
burned this morning at about 3 o'clock.
The fire was of unknown origin, but it
is supposed to have started from the
Messrs. Grove & Goger had labored
hard to put their mill in a first class con
dition and had only been sawing since
about January 15.
The capacity of the mill was about
forty thousand feet per day.
There being no insurance the loss will
amount to about $61)00.
With considerable repair the boiler,
engine and some few other parts could
be used in erecting a new plant, but the
owners do not know as yet whether they
will rebuild or not.
They were doing well, cutting ties
for the O. R. & N. R. K., and were also
shipping large quantities of other lnmber
. There yet remains about two years'
work, which will have to be abandoned
in case they do not rebuild.
Bar th f Haw Always Boutl
Prominent Citizen of Damascus Suc
cumb! to Quick Consumption.
John Carroll McMuny died June 12,
1W2 at his home at Damascus, Clacka
mas County, Oregon.
He was born in Knox County, Indi
ana, near the present town of Sandboru,
August 30, 1849 He went with his par
ents to Illinois then to Iowa and then to
3i bravk in 13tb. Ills home was m
Cass County where he married Nancy
A. Barr, May 15, 1873. They came wet
and arrived at Portland in April, 1877.
He settled on a farm at Damascus on
w hich he has since resided.
He leave a wife and six children,
Mrs. Otto Smith, of Tremont, Oreg. ;
Mrs. George Fleming, ot Seattle Wadi. ;
Mrs. William Byers, ot Logan, Oreg.
and Mabel, Elmer, and Helen McMurry
who are at home. Also three brother
and one sister survive him. All but the
sister were with bim during the last few
days also when be passed away.
The deceased was an industrious, quiet
man with a kind and loving disposition.
He waB never known to say an nnkind
word and always tried to make others
lie contracted a cold last August,
which terminated in quick consumption,
though at the last there was a complica
tion of diseases. During bis sickness he
never murmured or complained and
passed quietly away.