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VOL. l-No. 37
OUEJGON CITY, OHEQON, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1911. i.
Feb Wjeek, 10 Obntb
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WHY MAKE A TARGET OF IT7
he5 it necessary to
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SUBJECT OF TALK
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Oregon City and Portland
For Oregon Generally fair;
northeast to east wind.
To Worthy Poor y Mr. Lstourott'
Sunday School Clas.
The Hunday school class of Mm. D.
C. ijitoiiroiio, of th llapllst church,
net at th bn of Mr. O. O.' Miller
on Bfventb street on Friday arternoon,
where the afternoon wn spent In anw
InK for ft needy family of Ihla city.
During Hi afternoon much waa ac-
enipUi"h1. although only few of
th members were present. Throe
suit of clothing were completed, -Idea
other article of wearing appar-
I ready for tho needle.
Thla clam last year came to the re
lief of many of the needy people
hM children were unable to attend
Sunday school on account of not bar
Ing proper clothing, and all of the
oinalxTa are willing to come to the
n-scue of ttia who need. aaaUtanre
ThciM present al Mra. Miller's home
Friday "rre Mra. C. (J. Miller, Mra.
0, C. I.tourtte, Mra. Ilert Wilson,
Mra Fred Hiiniphrys, Mra. Halley,
Wli Veda William.
C. D. Hlocum. of Jennings IxUe,
waa In Oregon City on buslnea Batur
day. Mr. Hlocum haa aold hla place
at Jennings IimIko and expects aoon
to Irave r Oklahoma with bla family,
whir thry will make thir future
A. LANCASTKR, w(thhi Roy
Oaborn Mualcal Comody Company,
0 appearing at the Sloe trie Theatre
WINS THE BANNER.
Wlllamatt Council Qlvon the Trophy
In th Mmbrhlp Contest.
The snrretary of the Knlichts and
Ladlra of Bocurlty, M. P. Chapman, haa
rMvlvrd the nld tldlnar from the Na
tional I'rcKlilent that Willamette Coun
cil No. K773 had won the champion
hip banner for recelvlnx the moat
mrmbara of any council In the State
for the paat quarter, and W. E. Cum
ailnica, dlatrlct deputy, accompanied
by a deleKfttlon from Portland, will
bring; the banner to thla city on Mon
day evnlnR, when It will lie preaented
to the local order. After the presenta
tion a banquet will be enjoyed and
COLONIAL TEA THURSDAY.
St Paul'a Guild and Klng'a Daughter
Unit In Giving Function.
A Colonial tea will be Riven by the
ladle of 8t. Paul a Guild ad Klng'a
rvaughteri of the Ht. Paul'a Eplacopal
rhurrh on Thuraday evening, Febru
ary 23. at the Willamette hall from 7
to K o'clock. Dancing will follow.
The committee la comooned of Mra.
P nr rr . i n M i w
Robert (ioodfellow. from the Oulld,
nd from the Klng'a Danghter. Mra.
Nlela Ilarlow Mwrence. Mra. A. I
neatle, Mrs. J. N. Wlaner for refreah
nti; decoration, Ml Harriet
Cothran and Mr. W. A. Showman.
oti Simply Got To
Ll It C Q ,
8 our Invitation 4 M "the ' bargain
offering during th lat wk
ur Claan Up Sal. Tlm 4l grW
ln9 hrt dont ml thl pldflttioT b
potunlty ef procuring high olaaa mr
ehandla at low claa, prlo. Spring
gooda arriving dally.
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'iJccLusWi tCettM "
He Uf Ota art .
MH and MalM " 1
GARY FOUND IN
SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT WILL
WORK.rOR LESS MONEY
LEGLSLAM REFUSES AN INCREASE
Nw Law Provide for Advisory Board
of Four to Act With Superintend- ,
nt In Appointing Two People
To Relieve Him.
T. J. (iary, school auierln(endent
of Clackamas County, will find him
self In the peculiar and unusual posi
tion of paying bla aubordlnatea more
mouey than he rerelvea, and men and
women working under hi Immediate
direction will aecure a greater month
ly wage than the officer.
Thla condition la due to the passage
of the bill, which waa fathered by
Stat Superintendent of Public In
struction U It Alderman and the
county superintendents association,
providing that the work of directing
the public schools shall be divided
Into three districts, one of which shall
be covered by the county auperlntend
ent and the other two by educatora
to be named by an educational board
of Ave people, consisting of the super
intendent and four others to be ap
pointed by the superintendent him
self. Thla practically means that the
superintendent will be clothed with
the power to appoint hla co-workera.
who are to receive $100 per month
for 10 montha In the year.
It I not Intended to have the two
asalatanta on duty during the months
of July and Auguat, and they will
draw -no pay for these montha, but
during the remaining 10 montha they
will receive 100 a month, while Mr.
Oary win have to be content with his
salary of $X33 a month.
An effort waa made to enact a law
basing the aalary of county achool
superintendent upon the number of
children enumerated, but th legisla
ture declined to pass th measure
and a separate Mil to Increaae the
aalary of Superintendent Oary also
failed " to obtain favorable considera
tion. Thla was partially due to the
fact that the bill cam In after the
session waa nearly over.! ,
Mr. Gary proposes to name hla ad
visory hoard within a few weeks, and
will probably select two people from
th city and two from the country
districts. This board, along with the
superintendent, will thereafter ap
point th assistants to the under-paid
HIGH SCHOOL TEAM
TO LOOM W
THE LOCAL TEAM IS PERPECTINS1
ITS ORGANIZATION AND GET. ,
TING READY FOR BUSINESS. '
The football boye of th Oregon City
High School, who received the letters
at the ' recent meeting held at the
n.-.k.-. ..i hiiiidlnc. were ntr
talned Jn a moat delightful mnnwr
Prldy HlKM at the home or waina
Caufleld. 711 Monro atreet. A ban
quet waa erTed at o'clock, and M M
Marlort Caufleld, aaalated by Mlap
ah.Hi mnA Mlaa Haiel Tool,
r... a .v. .nit aaalated In th
WTH WW -
entertainment for in reminur u.
the evening, which wa apent In earn
mm mad bf
ana ssasnw. iiui" - - -- t
Prrrr BoWUnd fhi Tnemtters o
the club. The uhject or r,
land'a addrea waa "Studlee of School
Among those present were Bud Kel
ly, Frank Hart, Chrla Michaels, Byron
Moore, Hoy Graves, Joe Sheahan,
Ivothwell Avlson, Ernest Cross, Ray
Welah. Tom Hlnndtt. W, E. Caufleld,
Prof. IVowland, Miss Marjorie Cau
fleld. Mtas Eula Schuebel and Mlaa
Joe Sheahan was elected csptaln for
the coming year, and Waldo Caufleld
was elected manager. The team ex
pects to put up some good game dur
ing the coming year, and wlH be able
to challenge many of the achool team
of th county, which I their Intention.
GOV. WEST COMING.
Will Speak at th Congregational
Brotherhood Meeting of March 7.
Th neit Brotherhood meeting of
the Congregational church will he held
on Tuesday evening, March 7, and,
great preparations are being made for
that day. County Superintendent
Gary, at a recent visit to Salem calleJ
on Gov. West and Invited him to speak
on that occasion. The Governor ac
cepted, conditional that be may not
be tied up ao that It will be Impossible
for htm to pome. -
In fact the Governor expressed him
self aa anxloua to come, wishing to
meet men of Influence over the State
who are engaged In uplift and educa
tional work, and Intimating that he
considers the Brotherhood work being
done In the several churches tn the
city aa among the best work that can
Thoae who are Interested In the
good work going on In the city, and
who will be glad to meet the Gover
nor, can do no better than to keep
this date open for future engagement
In caae he come to speak.
0. A. 0- PROFESSOR
WILL ARRIVE f 1AR. 1 1
MR. GARDNER HAS HELD MANY
.POSITIONS OF PROMINENCE
IN EASTERN COLLEGES.
CORVALUS, Or., Feb. 17. Victor
R. Gardner, head of the department
of horticulture at the University of
Maine agricultural college, ha Just
been appointed professor of pomology
at O. A. C, to auccend Prof. C. A.
Cole, resigned, and will arrive In Cor
vallla March 11 to take up his Instruc
Prof. Gardner has had his training
under three of the five best authorttln
on horticulture, having had his bach
elor degree from Michigan Agricul
tural College in 1905, under U. P.
Hedrick, author of the best monograph
on grapes ever published; hi master's
degree at the Iowa State Agricultural
College at Ames, In 1907, under S. A.
Beach, author of "The Appleo Of New
York," considered a masterpiece of
Its kind; and also considerable work
under 8. W. Fletcher, of the Virginia
Agricultural Experiment Station, one
of the best known horticulturist of
America. 1 1 ' '
At Ames, during his grsdnate atndy,
Mr. Gardner was Instructor In horti
culture, a position which he later oc
cupied at the Macdonald College at
Qubc, Canada. In 1908 he waa
called to Maine a assistant profeaaor,
and the year following wa given a
full profesaorshlp and the acting dean
ship of the college. He he therefore
had wide experience In Instructional
work, opportunity to prov hla execu
tive ability, and frequent chance to
show hla power aa a lecturer In hi
adronea to grange meeting, farmer'
Institutes, And frttlt grower' associa
Prof. C. I. Lewis, head of th O. A.
C. horticulture department. In discuss
ing th spporatDMBt of Prof.Oardoer,
expressed (a opaloH that ths north
west la pcHrly Portuaat hi being
abld W intarsst BMn of such calibre
and to draw thank o Oregon to give
their ability toward building up the
horticultural Interests of ih 4at-
Flne Hood River Apples at Blggar'a,
$1.00 box. ,
Subscribe for th DsJly Ikttsrprtad.
19t 0.' TO tlL '.k J I . ,
TV J. GARY,1 County School Superin
tendent, who face th unusual con
dition of paying hla aselatants more
than ho receive.
MOUNT HOOD RAILWAY
IIAY.GO TO HOLALLA
ASSOCIATION OF G. C. FIELDS
WITH COMPANY BELIEVED
TO BE SIGNIFICANT.
The Mount Hood Railway Co. .la
preparing to Invade Oregon City, and
at a meeting of the council Friday
nlRht application was made for a fran
chlae to furnish heat, light and power
at a maximum rate of It cents per
kilowatt for light, and 8 cents per
kilowatt for power. The company's
representative was accompanied by
O. C. Fields, who has bn promoting
the construction of an electric rail
way from Oregon City through the
Molalla Valley to Sllverton, and the
activity of Mr. Field for th Mt. Hood
Railway franchise In thl clty la be
lieved to mean that the new company
Is behind the promoter In the Molalla
Councllmen Meyer, Roake and An
dresen were named aa a committee
to draft a franchise ordinance to be
submitted at the next meeting of the
Read the Morning Enterprise.
A V'uirtr SC I E NT1 F I C REMEDY for
WEAK and DISORDERED KIDNEYS.
MORROW'S KID-NE-OIDB ar a val
uable Kidney Tonic, for Men, Woman
nd fhidrn. ( , . 't.
Prescription and Family Receipt
FVd Witt Pur) Drvga.
; OaaJltr aU JPrtoaji ML
T City ftrwo; Ste.
Door to Maattlo HotoL
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F. E. STRANG MAKES ADDRESS AT
SATURDAY MEETING FRUIT
AND PRODUCE UNION.
THREE VARIETIES APPLES TO PLANT
Large Attendance and Very Instruc
tive Talk By On Who Ha Had
Large Experience at
There wa a large attendance at the
Saturday afternoon meeting of the
Oregon City Fruit and Produce Union
In the Court House. F. E. Strang,
manager of Peach Grove orchards,
who -has had large experience In the
Hood River country, was the speaker
of the afternoon and his talk was on
planting and pruning young orchards.
The address was very Instructive and
was well received by those present.
Mr. Strang first gave a demonstra
tion of top and root pruning. He
demonstrated the need and how to
prune the root from the under aide,
showing that the tendency of the root
was to grow up but that by this meth
od of pruning the roots were led to
grow downward and take deep hold
on the soil below.
He gave Instruction to prune the top
of the tree at planting back to from,
24 to 30 lnchea above the ground;
prune tree so that top bud will be 1
towards prevailing wind and set the
tree to lean slightly towards prevail-,
Ing wind towards the south tn this
country. In removing limb buds one
should leave buds on trunk alternately
but not leave opposite each other as
the tendency In that case Is to make
a crotched tree. Never leave more
than four main branches start from
the trunk of the tree.
The tendency of the tree 1 to raise
too much wood, and this Is the ten
dency of the amateur grower also.
One cannot raise a good crop of wood
and a good crop of fruit at the same
time. Your must needs decide on one
or the other either to raise wood or
fruit and the wise plan Is to raise
Never plow an orchard after five
years from planting. In doing bo you
go foo deep and dig up and break off
the small roots which are essential to
a healthy growtn ana development.
After the fifth year use a cultivator or
a harrow, you can wora a cover crui
under with a disc harrow Instead of a
plow, and In doing so you do not en
danger the development of your orch
ard. ' . ;
In planting an orchard I do not use
a chain but trust to my eye. If the
around Is uneven one can get aa good
If not better reulta than with a chain
or a wire.
In planting an orchard I would use
the Wagner apple as a polenlzer, and
would nlant one row In sU with this
apple. For a commercial orchard In'
Clackamas county there are three va
rieties that I would plant and I would
plant few other. They are the Win
ter Banana, Wagner and Arkansas
Black. There are other good apples,
and other apples that will do well In
this county, but with me It la a case
of planting but three varieties to gev
the results and these are the three
that appeal to me. j
The coddling moth la a great evil
and needs constant vigilance If It Is to
be kept under subjection. It lays Its
eggs on the under side or the leaves
and I would urge the necessity of
spraying on the under side of the
leaves If one Is to rid himself of the
peet. Th Ortho brand of arsenated
lead seems to be the better solution
to nse In thla section. The Boan
Spray Pump Co., San Jose, Cal., Is the
This new Union Is to reform the
methods of fruit raising In this county
and will work wonders If given proper
support. I shall at once Join it for I
feel that If we are to accomplish big
things we must have a Union to aid
us. I am very optomlstic as to what
the Union may accomplish and think
all should Join.
In the demonstration work of trim
ming and pruning Mr. Strang used
trees furnished by A. C. Newell, a
grower at Clackamas.
u. amn.'. talk had most to
with apple trees and apple culture,
but with slight modification It Is ap-.
pllcable to other varieties.
J C Wester Held talked after Mr.
Strang' and highly complimented that
gentleman on what he had said and
the beneficial effect that was to .come
from such addresses. He said that
any farmer who Intended to raise
fruit enough for hi own use even,
was missing much ir be did not hear
Mr. Strang's addness.
A. J. Iwls, fruit Inspector, also
spoke. He told or aiienum iu. -
Ing In Corvallis or mo irun imM-.
over the State and of the doings at
. I J Ihll
the convention. lie " -
manager of the Eugene rxnu u. .
Union gave the following data: Un
ion organized three year ago, and at
that time In a" thing are
here- lat year did $157,000 of fruit
nrnititce business, shipped 45 car
. .nu. linn, own big warehouse)
.nil Mr drver. costing $18,000;,
n. manager $1800. bookkeeper $1000
.nH traveling salesman $1000; says
wa can do th aamo here In three or.
THo Union na a lot of apray on
y..A n. the benefit Of th member.
At the meeting next Saturday tho
addresa of the r "in d h.i"
attic ' of spray methods and what
krivin wilt aMiomnllah.
O D. 7hy moved a ?ot of thaaka
u, awttin- wtiich were given -vlth
right good will by everyone present -I
. .: a -i' - ' ij
1 Uuuk ik three veor-old child ofT
u. . Mm Ra.loh MUlor. who h
k1 atolanlt m for tho ot week-1
la Mnrovlaav and Is now consider.
out of danger. .. v
Wouldn't you like to hear
Washington and Lincoln make acldretset?
Of course you would, but that is
impossible. Many of their noble sen
timents remain, but their voices are '
stilled forever. !
How different had they lived in
the present dayl (
The Victor woulcl have preserved
their voices for future generations
just as it does President Taft's. ,
You can hca
can have the I '
President' i.Ov. .
play selections fo. j uu whenever you want.
Come in and hear the Victor find oat what a wealth
of music and entertainment it has in store for you.
There is a Victor for YOU $MJ to $100; Victrolafl2S
to S230. Terms to suit.
Burmcister & Andrcsen
' OREGON CITY JEWELBRS
Edison and Victor Dealers
MR. WORKiNGiyiAN 1
Ar you not aware that CLAIR MONT offer you an opportunity that
is not offered every day? WHY PAY RENT and work out all your
lifef Think the matter over at one and com and talk with us.
We can help you get a horn. A small payment down and $10 psr
month. Writ for circular. ...
W. F. SCHOOLEY & CO.
Phone, Main 80. A-15S. . y, . . ili Main St, Oregon City.
, Artisans Attend Church Today..
Members of Oregon City Assembly
No. 7. United Artisans, will attend
St Paul'a Episcopal ChurctT' at 6
o'clock this afternoon, upon the invi
tation of the rector. Rev. Charles W.
Robinson. The member of the Arti
san will meet at Woodmen of the
world hall at 4:30 o'clock and march
In a body to the church.
1JE havic all the better styles of the Best Made Fence
" on earth. Let us quote you prices; come and look
at our Fence, it will convince you that we. can4. keep
the best and sell it at a close figure. r
Main ond Eleventh Sts.
If rot want a piano come and see
ttiis one before buying ,
A. .H. STURGES
.Ha an. Klrnf bill onlB "YKJr Fir Mtu.ytowUr-j0
- ftW beet pictures vr prntd to th public. In Writ KWUi
ortf, frwtHy leading lady of tho SriorB -Company) wts tJsV.
hut. Iba three other stood otctar
) tvde. -Th Borrows! fut"
yo and s oast.
the Victor. And voti
tates Marine Band ("The
i 'ry or'i and Sousai Bands
C lot) rate Llghtn'a Birthday.
Cataract Hose' Company No. 2. cele
brated ' the 43m birthday of Ernest
Lelghton, a ' well known member of
the company. There waa a fine ban
quet spread and lively entertaining
speeches were made by a number of
the members. The affair took place .-
Friday evening in the rooms of tho
hose company and was well attended.
Oregon City Or.
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