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SOCIETIES.
HOOD RIVKK COMMKRCIALCIAIB-Meets
very second Mowlnv in each month at 8 p.
m.. In the club hsjus er Jackson's Htore.
.-. H. V. Davidson, Pre.
A. n. IIOB, Secnlury.
UOl) RIVER lAilKJhfNo. KC, A. r. anit A.
M. Meets Haturday evening on or before
wli foil moon. A. 8. Hrowjiits, W. M,
D. McDonald, Secretary. . , '
HWDD BIVEB I H API 'EB NO. 87, K. A. M.
Beeta Unit and third Friday nights or enes
nionlh 1). McDonald, H. P.
A. D, Muk, Secretary.
HOOD KIVKR t'HAPTER NO. 2ft, O. E. 8 -
ateeu second and fourth 1 uesdsy evening
of each mouth. Visitors ordialiy welcomed.
Mas. T. I. Kinnaiku, W. Al.
Mao. Thkkkha Cas'inks., secretary.
lake Up
IDLEW1IJJE 1X31)0 K NO. 107, I. O. O. F.
Meet! la Fraternal hull, every Thursday
IgUI. It. U. rARKOTT, H, w,
AuJUf NBAL, Mecretary
EDEK. ENCAMPM ENT. NO. 48. 1. o. O. F.
Regalar meeting secoud and fourth Mondays
oi.eacu montu. it. t;, look, u r.
B. C. WMITU, Scribe.
LAUREL BEBEKAU DEtiBEE LODGE NO.
II, I. O. O. F.-Meet first aud third Fridays
u eaca montn.
Mrs. E. W. ITdril, N. O.
Msg. Dora Thomso.n. becrtslaiy.
' WAUCOMA LODGE NO. 80, K. OK P.
Meels iu.-K. otP. ball every Tuesday n.glit,
Iuoh. F. Johnson, (J. C. '
V. V. Bhovk.-K.oI k. aud B.
HOOD BIVEB CAMP, NO. 7,708, M. W. A.-
Jseels lu K. of P. hall every Wednesday
Blfnii J-J. U. MAYKS, V. U
C.U. Dakin, Clerk.
MOOD BIVEB CIRCLE NO. 521, WOMEN OK
Woodcraft Meets at K. of I', ball on the
llrsland Third KrldayB of each month.
Lou McKeynommj, (1. N,
V. W. McRkynolus, Clerk.
RIVERSIDE LODUK NO. us A. O. U. W.
Meets oral and third Saturdays of each
momn: . a. ot.ago, m. w.
E. B. Bbadi.kv, Financier
Chjchtku ttuuTa, Recorder,
OLETX AHHEMBLY NO. 103, UNITED ART
Uans. Meet the first and third Wednea-
daySi work; second and fourth fc ednesduya
Artisans' ball. J. W. Thompson, M. A.
C. D. Hbnbub, Secretary.
OOljBT MOOD RIVER NO. it, FOR EST KRIS
6Ajlierfca', MeeU second and fourth Mou
days lu each month In K. ol V. hall.
' Bknkca F. Fours
r.c, unosica, r.c.
li ra, C. B.
CAN BY 1'OftT, NO. M.Gv A.' B. MEETS AT
AV.O.T..W, hall, second and lonrth Halur
daVsof each" hloulh altfo'cloek. p. ui. -All
UA. B. luembers Invited to meet with us.
' " H. A. Hkinnkb, Commander.
Thomas Gosh, Adjuiaut.
CAN BY W. B.C., No. Iti MEETS SECOND
and fourth Saturdays of each Mouth lu A.
O. U. W. haUVat 1! p. m.
Ellen Blount, President.
GlkTRUDK B. l.NuLtl, Secretary
MOUNTAIN HOME CAMP No. 341)9, B. N. A.
Meats at the K, of V. Hall on the second aud
fourth Fridays ol eaeb month.
Mrs. Caukie Bkosius, O.
Mas. Ella Dakin, Recorder.
Take Notice
of the
FAStanley, E L Smith, E. o. Ki.ancbak
t-res. vice-rres. I ashler.
V. C. BocK, AshI. Caxliier.
The First National Bank
OF HOOD BIVER, OREGON.
CapiL.il and Surplus $:10,(K)0.
SNAPS
FARM
PROPERTY
Next week thev
may be sold
We have sonic snaps it
M.
pay to look at
will
J. F. WATT, M.D.
.PHYSICIAN AND- SURGEON.
Tolopuones: Offlee, 281; residence, 811.
BURGEON O. B. 4 N. Co.
JR8; MAKY JORDAN, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
MHees and Rnsldeitce In E. L. Smith Building
OTr F.lrst Nat. Bank. Entrance, rear
... of bank, on Third bu
r - : t- j'houe 871. -
H. L. DUMBLE,
PJH;Y8ICIAN AND SUKGEON.
Successor io Dr. M. F. Shaw.
Calls promptly answered In town or country,
; Day or Night.
Telephones: Resilience, 611: Office, 613.
Office in tbe llioslus Building.
Don't Delay
J. H. ileilbronncr
& Company
Fruit Lands, Real Estate and Insurance
Grouml floor new Davidson Bldg.
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
PR. J, EDGINGT0N,
PKysiciian and Surgeon
f Office' ever the First National bank.
,4.0iftije'jfBbn 1433. Bes. pbone 76XI,
;:"0mciif a'ckaoh Block.
Offlae phonei Nov liv Besldeuce, No. 5H3.
, ,.W..QAyEY:,M.D.
Calls promptly .aiwftemi iky -or night.
Phbn'M'afn' &81 office' antf residence.
V. : ! Sniilli Jluilding.
GiaJife j Ajljah ' School ot
i Osteopathy ,;KirkavilI, Mo. ,
Office aud HeffdencS Huxley Oottag,
unci ciicrb.
Hood River Studio
KoR
lirst-Class Photographs
we have the latest In mounts and ciin en
Isrjre your l'hotus in Crayon, I'latinoid or
nepia,. HaJlslacllon guuraulerd.
W. D. ROGERS, Prop.
P. M. HALL-LEWIS & CO.
Civil and Architectural -Engineers
and Surveyors
Mak surveys, plans and mtlmstes for sew
er, light and power and railway plants, and
furnish, subject to approval, plans, sfwclflca
tlons and PKtlmutes for all classes of buildings
public, private and mercantile. Hpeclal at
tention glvan to economic and slow-burning
construction. Accuracy and economy guar
anteed. DAVIDSON BUILDING
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
STRANAHAN & SUVENS,
Contractors and
Builders
HOOD R1VKR, OREGON.
S.H.COX
Contractor
and Builder
FLAM AMD ElTlstATM FcaJIIJHlI).
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior, I'nited State
utnd omce, 1 lie vans, ure., April in, imsj.
Notice Is hereby given that the following
uameu seiner iins 111.4 m nis ltiuullou
U mvke final cmofln support of his claim
and that mid proof will be made before the
Kegisterana neoeiveryii 1 tie nslles, Oregon
DAVID M. Dl'VAI.L
of Mosler, Oregon, osi u. k. No. tens', for tbe
10 is 1, 2. s, auu i.seciiou s townnh'p 2 north
range 11 sm, w. m.
ne names tne looowing wiituses to prove
nis continuous resiuencv uihui and cultiv
lion of said land, vis :
Lewis L. (ioodwin, William K. lluskey.
vrge w , n usaey, nui. n . niepliemton.
of Misiier, Ore.
MICH Ala T. NOLAN.
al9-m24 Register.
NOTICE FOR rUBLK ATlOX
lepartment or the Interior, l ulled states
Lttua unioe, ins iHiiies,uregoa, Apr. 10, lyuti.
Notice Is hereby given that the following
named settler bss fllud notice of bis Intention
to maae nnai prooi in support of hlsclsfm
and that said proof Will be made before
the Beulster and Receiver at The Ukii... om.
ISAAC M. TH0MA8,
of Mosler, Oregon, on H. K. No. 9?a, for the
I. i rnurA, lr. -4 nirMiu y4 . r,'4t section
, uwiinuip i uuniu iniisv 11 esNl, w. .U.
Kll
FREDERICK & ARNOLD,
CONTRACTORS
and BUILDERS
Estimates furnished on all kinds of work
Khnnoa- Arnold, Main to.
JTllUIlttrJ. Frsdsrlek. V.i-sss
SIMONTON & SONS
Architects and Builders.
Ifporalive 1'iiiiiliiitr ami Paper Hanging
riaus ftiriilnhed. Estimates pare
full V made.
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
E. A. JEROME,
Architect
Hftvinur had several years' experience In
drafting and building. I would reHi'tfullv
solicit a part of the matron ntre of the people of
Hi-ukH Ulirum ulm sitttiftlt.lu K.tll.lln.r lUnlt
reasonable, a id satlnf action euaranteed.
floe at residence uu Heights,
JOE WRIGHT
CARI'KNTER AND BUlLDEIl
IMione 71)9
figures aim estiniates lunuslieil on
all kinds of building and contracting.
H. SEYMOUR HALL,
Surveyor.
I am qualified and prepared to do all kinds
or first-class land surveying. Accuracy gusr
anteed. Those who wis MrNt-class work done
address It. r. 11. 2., Hood Klver. I'hone 50x1,
: BON TON
...Barber Parlors...
The place to get an easy
shave and first-class hair cut.
Our shop is metropolitan in
everyrespect.
Porcelain Baths in Connection
DeBORDE & GREY.
ASSOCIATION
of McMiiinville. Oregon, will insure your
proiierty at til) per eent less cost than
any other ins.itution.
V. r. KUSS, Special Agent,
Uuod Klver, Oregon
GOVERNMENT
Timber and Homestead
LANDS
I have for location some choice apple lands
and tlniqer claims; also relinquishments and
land to script. Call on or address,
Wm. p. rand,
lies. Phone 376. Hood River. Ore.
' i'JloOirBiVfcit,1
t-' Bll YIOIAn! AND 51j RGEOtX , .
t l'uoue Central, or 121.
fc?D; WPINEO&DVS.
Ckown Biurxik Work A'SrmiAi.TY.
Olirde ftVer " ' ; '
First Katkinal Bank
Telephone
Main 311
a H. JENKINS, D.M.D.
DENTIST. :'
k.. Sapsotelwl ou Crown aud Hrnlno Work.
J'V-JflPete'phoneai "office.' residence, 1046.
fficsbvCT Bafik plH.; . . flood Uiver; Ore.
50,000
WELL BRICK
350,000
Building Brick
: For tSale at the
BRICK YARD
A. T. ZEEK.
,M:E WELCH,
$8titi .VElEIUXARi SCfeUEOS
't'wrKi toao snywotk In ilie veuirln
r4iner can ke fouu.l by calling at or
pa.nmg to Via lt s drug stole.
A'MJA.YKE.:
te. a. u '
it
;.;lawyer-
.fcifcactli rnrtnflliftl;.. ;Moii(' lX)afae(L
i -,..5.0PD RIVER, pReGON.
EH. HART WIG;
: LAWYER; :
.;!. Wlimactlce In AlH'onrU
a OAs wirh Oe.I. Culberlson 4 I 0. Col
taetiauai Abstracts, Hetlleinent of Kstates.
't i HOOD KIVKK. OKK.trtlN.
C. A. DANO
Real Estate
HOOD RIVER
OREGON
Intending purchasers would
do well to see my list of city
and farm property liefore purchasing.
He names the
Is continuous
tlon of said laud, vis
lOWitlV WltneNMes Iji .nmv
his continuous residence uon mid ctiltlva-
John Armstrong. Heorav K. Wnoil John
cvaiis, Auwaru k. istiumiu, all o Mosler.
urvgou.
a26 in34 MICHAEL, T. Kol.AN, Keglster.
NOTICE KOK PUBLICATION
Department or the Interior, United States
Laud omce. The Daltes,Oregon, April 0, lsoti.
Notice Is hereby given that the following
liamvu BriLicr timm uim huiiwui Ills inieiltlOD
to make final proof In support of his claim
and that said p oof wl II be made before tieorge
T. l'ralher, U. 8. t'onimisslonrr, at bis ottice
111 uiKHt uiver, uregon, on may l.nii, luoa, viz
EARL K. BARTsI K8M,
of HiMid River, Oregon, on H. K. No. IS830, for
tue r.y, r, section m, township north
range v east, anu iota x auu a, section IV, town,
sill,. 2 north range luoasl W. M.
ne names me loiiowing witnesHes to prove
nis continuotiu reeiaence nisin and cultiva
tion 01 ssia iauu, vis:
Edward 11. Harlwlir. Hurrv a ltu..i...i.
Ralph Jurvis, Audraw A. Jay lie, all of Houti
niver, wregon.
M1CHAK1. T. NOLAN,
l;-ml0 Hegisler.
ITimb-r Land, Act of Junes, HTK
NOITCK FOR I'UBMCA I ION
United States lurid Office. The Dalles inv
gon, Jan. aird, ltM. Notli is herebv iiwn
that in coiiipllauce with the provixiousol the
act 01 t ougressoi June s, istk, entitled "An
act for the ssle of timber lands In the states
of California, Uregon, Nevada and Washing
ton Territory," as extended 10 all the public
WALTER Bl'KEI)
ort Johns, county or Miiltnoiuah, state of
1 i muii, uas mis uay uieu 111 nils olllce bis
sworn statement No. ifJW. for Hie nnrrlia-seuf
tne lois a. t, anu b 01 recunn ti, rp. 1 north
range V K., W.M.
lliat lie win orrer proots to show that the
lauus ook,iii are more vaiuauit lor the tint.
ber or tone thereon than lor agricultural
puriMiM'S, and to establish hit claims to suirl
funds before the Register and Receiver at the
lann onice 111 ine naiies, uregon, on May
Kill, IWKI.
He names I lie following witnesses: NllsC.
Olson nd Wm. H. llatlmate ol 1'oriluml. nr-
K.. ft...,, . . iirjn,M uuimi 111, VirCKOll.aUa
Y. 1 ruutM'tl of Hiaid River. Oieifon.
Any and all persons claiming adversely unv
of the above described lands are remi.uii to
tllellielr claims In this ofluw on or beiore
said lzin aay 01 nay, vvn.
ii ue.
beli
DiHmlO
MIO
I L T NOLAN,
Register.
Shepard & Franz
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
Are in correspondence with all parts of
the I'nited H'att and are in (rood posi
tion to sell your
Farm Property
LOCAL AGENTS
Northwestern Mutual Life insurance Co.
Orient Fire Insurance Co.
J R.JONES, Dentist
Crown and Bridge Work.
Teeth Without Plates.
Treatment of ilipeutieii tee th and gums.
Ollkf lWii liuildini;. Phone 10153.
.v : EPUTS & PERBK
" Attorneys at Law
v ' " jj;';; BrosTrts .RniWIng
- ' 'MOOD RIVER, OREGON.
W. A. Morgan & CO.
I ... ,Vcj(so In Oanyer dc llactby
! Heavy ami Light Drawing
I ami Tf am Work, etc.
I Phone 1121. HOOD RIVER, OK.
j0bil4.EtANI HEXDEUt-OX
ATTORN KY AT-LAW, ABSTRACTER, NO
. . T-AKV H1 rH.lf and ItKAL
,.. iXTATE AUKNT.
4rotlly,eart a residenlof O egon and Wash 1
Ibgtoti. Has had many years experience in
Real Estate mstters, as abstractor, searcberof
utlesand agnt. Hstfsfactlon guaranteed or
'noAa'rge.' ' - -
F. G. COE
Carpentering
Pbone 571
JAS. McBAIN,
Hood River Marble Works
Am pri'paivd to execute
all orders for granite and
marble work, monuments,
tombstones, etc.
Also contract for all kinds
of stone masonry, con
crete, etc.
I'fimber Ijand, Act Junes, 1K78.I
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
United Mutes Land Olflce. The Dalles.
Oregon, January In, IIXXI. Notice is hereby
given that In compliance with tbe provisions
01 tne acesn congress 01 June u, 1K78, entitled
'ah act lor ine sale 01 timber lauds In the
lilies 01 l a 1 1 lorn m. Ilruuii. Nevada and
WashiiiicUin Tcrrlloi v." as extended to all
the public Iniid stiitin by net of August i, 1W2,
1IAV1II KOULKhS
of Id tla ml, county of iMiiltn imah, state of
uregon, lias 1111s nav mcl in th soft his
swoni siutemeul N 1 27isj, for the purchase of
.1... tl'l V'l.'l V ,1 I L-l. k,,
tlon lownsliip I nortli, range V K.. W. M.
1 lint he will offer proof to slwur that Hia
lands sought are more valuable for the Mm.
ber or stone thereon than for agricultural
purposes, and lo establish bis claims to
aula land before the KeglxUtr and Receiver at
the land office in 'Hie Dalies. Oreaou.on Muv
10th, MM.
He names the foitowtni; w tnesses; Nils
C. Olson, C. W. Kmbody, hVnjainlu K.Fisher,
of I'ortlunii, Oieuon, uiul Joun E. Hedges, of
iiniaim, MitKiiu.
Any and ail iiei'Mons claimlns! ariverm.lv
nnj 01 tor uiiic-ui'w'iiih'u ntuiis are retpieMt
ed to Hie their claims In this olllce on or be
fore tnesatu iuiii 11. iy 01 .uay, lll.
niHinlU 11 1(11 A hi, T. NuLAN, Register,
(Timber Uind. Act June , 1878
NOTICE KOK PUBLICATION.
United Suites Land utile, The lHilles.Ore-
gon, JAn. litru, ihui. Mitlce Is hereby alveii
that in cnmplisnce with the provisions of the
act of congress of June i, 1878, entitled "An act
for the sale of timber laada In the states of
t aiiiornm. uregiui, nevsaa and W ashington
Territory," as ex tended to all the public Laud
msies uy aci ui Aiigusu, irvz,
IIUKLAH OCTAVIA RoLLKKTON
of Portland, county of Multnomah, state of
Uregon, has this day Hied In this office bis
sworn statement ro. aan, for tne purchase of
liie lots 10 anu n, section ,11, lot 4, section Htt.
tp. 2 N., H. v KhhI and lot 4, section b. To. 1
north, ran e 9 K W. M.
That she will offer proof to show the lands
light are more valuable for the timber or
stone tnereon than lor agricultural purposes,
1 nd to establish her claims to said lands
tierore tne itegisier anu iteceiver at the land
omce in ine tianes, uregon, on May 12, liiou
Hlie names the following wllnesaea: Nils C.
uison ami w. it. namgate or fortland. ore -
FRUIT PESTS
AND REMEDIES
DESCRIPTION AND TREATMENT
liken From a Iiullt-tin on On-hurt!
Prattle. Complied by
F. A. Iluntl.7.
Hi. r. .
me oaQ j me ciouie 1ms twoonie go
generally distributed to the fruit sec
tions of this state tlitt moat growore
of tree fruits are familiar with its
destructive effects. It may be found
on uu Kinds or fruit trees, and on na
tive trees contiguous to the infested
.. 1 1 1 . . .
uiuuarus uui is mosr, uotloenlile on
apples and pears. When prexeut 011 a
Ocarina tree it alwavs attacks the
truit, causinK conspicuous rod
blotches. Most persons do not like
to eat scaly fruit. Raw animal matter
nasinot come to be a coveted relish
when served upon f,esh fruit, or
otherwise.
The Ban Jose Scale
in broods at stated intervals, as is the !,0H l! durmu the winter,
babit of some other insect, it lives w"ter or early
attack is maile upon the young twigs
in ine spring uy tne larvae ( woims
boring into the tips. A late brood in
feats the fruit, aud it is the late var
letles of fruit thut indicate the great
est loss 10 tne Iruit-grower.
The adult is a small dark-gray moth
wnien reacnes maturity In August and
later. The moths lay their eggs in
tiio crotches of tbe smaller branches.
ueu the eggs hatch the lurva bore
into the liark aud tbere remain until
trie following spriug.
ine kerosene emulsion spray will
leslroy the worms If thoroimhlv an
plied late in the winter or earlv snrlmr.
lu treating for this pest it Is advisable
to use an elbow on the end of the
spraying rod. aud direct the sprity
uiwiiwaru into tne ciotofies witu non.
siderable foroo. A. II.
Apple Scab,
ily W. 11. Lawrence.
This is tho most destructive disease
or the apple that occurs in the stato,
Ine tuugtis that causes the disease
ha two stiiges the winter stuge whiuh
lives in the dead aud decaying leaves
luring tho winter and the summer
stage which lives on the leaves aud
u u it during the summer.
Ilie form in the dead leaves contln
Some
waiter upeea ot hi, joiiiis, uregon; r. Kraut
scby of Hood Klver, Uregon.
Any and all persons claiming adversely
any of tbe above described lands are request
ed to file their claims lu this office on or be-
lore tne aaiu izui uay oi may, tuna.
M1CHAKL T. WOI.AN,
m8m 0 Register,
WE WANT LAND
We ba- e buyers waiting ior suitable
locations in the fruit belt.
List your property with u". We are
'ocated at the hub and give special at
tention to the Hood Uiver district.
Portland projierly to trade for fruit
LANGILLE & RAND
73 Sixth Street, Portland, Oregon
WOOD FOR SALE.
I am prepared to furnish mill and slab
wood, also other kinds of wood.
I have a new steam wood saw and am
prepared to do sawing. Also do general
tfain work.
FRED HOWE.
Phone 121.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
i'nited Htates Ijtnri tiffin. Th liaiiu
March '.ill, lux). Notice is hereby iclven ih-7
in com nuance wnn tne nrovisious .if ti.a a..f
oi congress ui June 3, ibis, entitled "An act for
incBHiviti iimuei imiius in ine states of Cali
fornia. Oregon. Nevada, and W .in
icinuii;, xtciiuu io so ine puDiio land
states by act August 4, 18V2,
PAUL P. McCULLY,
of Portland, county of Multnomah, state of
wim"". low tiim uay uieu in mis noli, i.ia
sworn statement No. IXii, tor the pnrchase of
, In township I, range Seast, W. M and will'
offer proof lo show that the land sought is
more valuable for Its timber and stone than
for agricultural purposes, and lo establish his
claim to ssld land before tbe Keglster and Re
ceiver at The Dalles, Oregon, on tbe lh day
of May, 190J. '
He names as witnesses: Nllei C. Olsen, Port.
Isnd, uregon ; Kred Krautt hy, Hood River.
Oregon; George Hantlley and Davit Foulkes
Portland, Uregon.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
tbove described lands are requested to file
their claims In this offli on or before the 2Mb
dayof May, ItMl MK HAKL T. NOLAN,
i"m-' Register.
NOTICK TO CREDITORS.
In the County Court of tbe mate of Oregon
for Wasco County. '
In the matter of tbe estate of Phebe Jonea.
defeased.
Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned
has been duly appointed by the County
Court for Wasoo t'ouu ty, Oregon, administra
trix of the estate of Phebe Junes, deceased
and all persons having claims against the ssld
estate are retiulied to present same wltb the
proper vouchers attached, within six months
from the date of the first publication of this
notice, at the office of Poo Is Derby. Hood
River, Oregon. "
, , , . t V.7.HK R. JONE8,
Administratrix of the esutte of Phebe Jonea,
deceased.
bated and first published Mtrch lit, lmt
FOUT8 A DKRBV,
Attorneys for Administratrix.
mrougb the winter ou biauchos and
twigs from the Infant Btage to that of
fun aeveioptneut. rue scales us oh
served during the dormant season tire
irom about a thirty-second to nearly
one-eigni oi an men in diameter.
lheyareof a crav sh color, noitrlv
olroular in shaiw, and almost Hat, with
a pointed, slightly raised center ot
lighter color. They devour tho vital
forces of a tree to such an extent that
It ceases to be Drolltublo. and will tin
any aie if lett untreated.
jwginning witn tne first warm
weutner in May tne scales commence
to multiply and so continue to in
urease turougn ine seasou. rue moling
are corn anve and Ueeome immediate
ly active in their doHtructive work ol
sucking the juioes from tho plant.
it is uot a uimouic mutter to run
iroi aud even to eradicate this est
from an orchard, by use of th suL
phur-liuie spray properly prepared aud
cnorougniy applied.
Ihe writer of this article has used
tbe sulphur-lime snrav in June with
exoellent success hv amilvtnu the
standard formula made up to one hull
sirengtu. y, A. II
Oyster-shcll stale.
ine uyster-Hiiell scale, so common
west of tbe Cascade niountain-i. bus a
different life history from that of the
San Jose Scale. It winter in the
egg stage, tbe egg lieing protected
until hatobed lu tbe warm stirinu
weather, by the shell or doad covering
of the old scale. Otherwise thev are
imuar in men destructive liulntH
The same treatment annlies to both
Mr. E. S. Ridge. Fruit lusoector for
Pierce county, and nianr others as
well, testify to tbe effectiveness of the
sulpbur-lime spray for the Ovstor
Sbell Sonle, when this solution is made
and used properly. F. A. II
Apliift, lllack and (reen.
Tbe aphis which attacks the foliatre
of tbe apple is usually of a Jiuht creen
color, aud those found on the plum
and other stone fruits are commonly
lack. Many kinds of plants are in
tested with aphides of varying shudus
green me-glng to b ack. ihe
females give birth to living younu
tnrougn tne summer. iNonr the close
of the warm season eggs are deposited
on tne twigs, and these hatch the fol
lowing spriug, and so oontlutin the
cycle of development. Aphides citute
injury to young trees, uurserv stock.
and newly set grafts, principally by
oinoertng or destroying leaf action
Ihe oommou remedy is kerosene
emulsiou used as a spray. The remedy
nave round uest by exteimivo pruc
ioe is a preparation of uiootino. a bv
product iu the mauufucttire of tobacco
for the trade. This is a syrupy liquid
put up and sold in one and live gallon
cans, and exteusively used us a sheep
dip for ticks, aud by greenhouse meu
to kill insects intent tig tender plants.
It i offered to the trade under the
names, Sheep Dip, Rose Leaf, Kluok
Lear, Niootiuide and other trade
names. The oost is $1.00 to $1 i'i per
gallon and Is diluted with about 75
parts water for .application. A strong
tob icco tea made from the refute of
cigar factories and used as a spray is
an exoellent substitute for the com
merci'l nicotine products.
A thorough spraying with sulphur
lime solution before tbe foliage starts
will destroy tne eggs, thus we gain an
other important advantage iu the use
of this valuable remedy which is con
sidered tbe standard for scale insects.
F. A. H.
spring:
capsules are formed inside the loaves.
ctioii: capsule oontains ntimoious
spores. About tbe time the leaves ou
the apple tree begin to unfurl in
spring and inter these spores escape
irom tue capsule and float about iu
the air. Some of tbeni lodge ou the
leaves, ilowers and fruit. If they ger
initiate they will cause the parts to be
oomo diseased. The summer stage
then makes its appearance lu a fen
lays iu the shape of small, usuallv
nearly circular, dnrk, olive green col
ored oioccnes. inese blotches are
composed of numerous short stalks
on t tie tips of which summer spores
are borne. The suuimor sporer, ma
ture at ouce and drop otf. It thov
lodge ou the leaves and fruit of the
same tree or a neighboring one thev
will cause new areas to become dis
eased. Very shortly a secoud crop of
tminnior spores is prodtiood by the fun
gus in tho new areas which in tin n
drop otf. Some of them are carried
tiy the wind and other agents to the
leaves and fruit and thus spread tht
disease more widely. Summer spores
mature in such a short time and are
produced in such abundance that
th itiBBiids of scabby spots appear iu
the course of a few days when condi
tions are favorable. As the parts ma
ture the new blotches become less fre
quent and finally cease to appear.
tho greater number of them npponr
luring the inteivnl of time between
the tin folding of the loaves and a few
days after the petals have fallen. The
reason that the fungus no longer pro-
luces new diseased areas Is perhaps
due to the epidermis (skin) of the
leaves becoming somewhat thicker
and tinner and thus more resistant so
that tho fungus is unable to make
entrance.
bmco tho fungus that causes , the
disease winters in the doad leaves it
is evident that the destruction of as
tunny of the fallen leaves as possible
will materially lessen the number of
winter spores to be set flee iu the
spring Plowing the leaves under iu
tho iiiiliimn is perhaps tho easiest
method of getting rid of a greater
tiuinliei of mom. I his will not alto
gether prevent the disease. The trees
must be sprayed every year.
beveral sprays have been used lu
combatting apple K'U i but none bus
giveu as good results us properly pre
pared liurdeaux mi.Utiio. Two appli
cations applied on the proper dates
are sullloieut lo hold the disease In
check. The first application must be
made just before the tlower buds ouen
aud the secoud just utter the petals
have fallen.
THE RESERVOIR
IS COMPLETED
WILL HOLD 284,000 GALLONS
Valuable Improvement Mario at tho
Spring bj the Water Coin-pany.
Woolly Aphis.
This insect Is rarely found anywhere
except on apple trees. It is most com
mon in the Coast Region, though iu
other sections It is sometimes ipiiti;
numerous. The white cottony sub
tance which forms a coveting and
protection to tbe soft-bodied insects
beneath, appears so conspicuous that
its presence is readily observed. It
attaches itself to rough places iu the
bark, in openings caused by wounds,
where branches have been cut oif. and
about tbe buds aud fruit spurs ou
small branches. It impairs the vital
ity of the tree when allowed to de
velop in considerable numbers. The
sulphur-lime spray helps to keep it in
check, but kerosene emulsion is a
more effective remedy. Pure kerosene
applied with a paint brmli to the
trunk and main branches where it is
found seems to result in no injury to
tbe tree and will kill the insects. It
is a difficult pest to eradicate.
It is said that a "root foim" of
woolly aphis attacks the roots of ap
ple trees. Borne authorities claim the
so-called root form is eutirelv a differ
ent insect, and it is named the "ap
ple-root aphis. While not as com
mon as tbe w lolly aphis working iu
tbe tops, it is even more destructive
when found. (Jails which resemble
crown gall are produced on the small
roots by its attack. A remedy recom-
ended for this it to remove tbe earth
from around tbe base ot the tree aud
treat with kerosene emulsion. This
pest is likely to be introduced on
nursery stock and serves as a warning
to tbe planter tor close insertion.
F. A. II.
The Peach Twlg-Ilorer.
This insect has come to be a serious
pest in some of tbe peach-growing
communities in tbia atate. The first
llliukiot Canker,
liy V. 11. Lawrence.
Hlackspot Canker is a disease of the
apple tree, lu importance it ranks
next to the apple wab. It is very
prevalent aud destructive in Western
Washington in localities where tbe
rain -full is considerable during the
latter part ot autumn and early win
ter. The disease is caused by a para
sitio fungus. The fungus lives iu tbe
bark for about a year aud then dies,
liefore it dies it forms spores, the
greiiter number of which are distri
buted from October to late December
or a little later, these spores are
carried about by tbe wind and some
of them lodge on the bark of apple
tres. ihe moderately low tempera
ture and plenty of moisture usually
present in xvovomner and later are
conditions most suitable for gormina
tlon. Uu germinating the fungus en
ters the bark. Occasionally by the
end of a week new cankers make thoit
appearance. Ihey are about the size
ot a pin head, circular, somewhat sun
ken, aud nearly black. They increase
slowly in diameter but the fungus
penetrates the bark into the sap wood
beneath. When the troe begins to
leave out the cankers increase rapidly
iu diameter and are mature In size bv
the lust of June or a little later. Ma
ture cankers are usually oblong and
vary in size from '4 of an inch to ti
inches long by 4 of an inch to 5 in
ctiet in width. Frequently they ap
pear to be much larger. As a rule
these larger ones are the result of two
or more smaller ones merging to
gether. The cankered bark becomes
Iry and brittle and sopaiates from the
living, leaving a Unsure. It remains
ou the tree for a time and then falls
out, leaving a scar.
About tbe time the cankers are full
gtown the epidermis (skin) on tbe
cankers become slightly roughened by
the formation of pustules just beneath
It. hacli of these pustules contains
numerous spores which when distri
buted will cause the new cankers to
appear.
Hiuce tbe spread of the disease is
caused by spores aud the spores
germinate ill November it follows that
the way to prevent the disease is to
prevent the germination of the spores.
This can be done by spraying the
trees with double strength Bordeaux
mixture about the first of November
to kill the spores ou the bark. Under
ordinary weather conditions there
will be suUiideut spray on tbe bprk to
kili spores that may lodge on it for a
short period of time if the work has
been done properly. To catch the
spores tbat are distributed later in
the season spray a second time with
double strength Bordeaux mixture
making the application thorough so
(Continued on page 8)
The news that tbe new leservoir at
the spring, which supplies tbe lower
part of town with water for domestio
use, is completed, and tbat tbe water
will now be available for Irrigating,
will be welcome to the consumers of
the water.
The reservoir will be filled to about
one-third its capacity today, and af
ter thirty days will be filled another
third, aud at tbe end of sixty days it
will be ready to hold '284.000 sallnna
of water.
The oompany have put a heavv con
crete wall entirely around the springs,
comprising an area of 80x1-25 feet. At
its deepest part, the water will be 11
feet deep when the reservoir is full.
and at the outlet it will have a 10-foot
head. A large filter bag been nut in.
consisting of a square box of cement,
tilled with clean gravel, so tbat everv
drop of water going into the service
pipes will have to pass through tweutv-
six feet of gravel. This will prevent
any impure organ io matter getting in
to the pines.
Ihe old bottom of the stir I hits was
dug out to the depth of several feet
aud a new coating of olean gravel put
into the bottom, and in digging out
for the work two more large springs
were uncovered, which Hushed out
from the bottom, thereby increasing
the flow of water very materially.
Around the concrete wall there will
be built an 8-foot fence, oovered with
tlue mesb poultry nettimr. to nrevnnt
any animal getting to the water, and
also to catch leaves and flying debris
from falling luto the reservoir. Trees
thut were too close have been cut
down, so that no fall inn leaves or
wigs can get in. and the around will
be terraced up around the snrlnsa
and made into a park.
No expense has been snared to
make the job permanent, and besides
improving the sanitary condition of
tbe springs, the reservoir will serve to
greatly increase tbe water supply in
the day time when it is most needed,
by storing the overflow at night, which
heretofore escaped.
the reserve will also be drawn no
on o replenish the upper spring, by
'.nsuiiiuig an eiectrio pump, and
pumping Into the upper system. The
power will be supplied by the elootrio
plant of the oompany.
It was expected to have the work
completed long before, but the scarci
ty ot men, and the requiring more
time than was contemplated at the be
ginning, has made the delay.
P. M. 1 lull-Lewis bus supervision of
the work.
Serious Accident on A or t It Bank.
Saturday afternoon about two
o'clock, while tbe blasting gang were
emptying :V kegs of powder into sacks,
preparatory to putting in blasts, the
powder ignited. The foreman, C. E.
Vincent, was so badly burned that he
diod the next morning, while three
others, whose names we were unable
to learn, were very seriously burned.
Ihe powder ignited with a ereat
pulf of flume, setting lire to tbe cloth
ing of the men, which did the damage.
The foreman bad his back to it, and
the flames setting tire to bis ooat iu
the back, he was unable to put It out
until he was veiy badly burned. The
hair aud face of tbe others were
burned, but they shut their eves in
voluntarily, so tbat none were blind
ed. They wore badly burned about
the chest and bands, however.
ihe men were removed to ciimn aud
Drs. Krosiiis, Uumble and Watt sum
moned, who dressed the wounds, after
which they were taken to the camp
hospital at Collins in tbe launch be
longing to the mediotl department.
v. h. V Indent has a wife and fam
ily iu Portland and she was notified.
arriving at Collins in tbe evening.
Many Walnuts Planted.
Au event of hoi tieul turn! Impor
tance took place at Salem two weeks
ago when a nursery company planted
enough walnuts grown ou grafted
trees to eusuro the raising of 1 '25. 000
trees. There is a natural tendency to
compare tho wulnut-planl lug boom
now under way iu Oregon with the
prune-planting boom of fifteen years
ago. A comparison, however, of the
mutter published at the present time
with reference to the walnut industry
with that published fifteen years ago
as to the prune Industry will quickly
convince anyone tbat we are proceed
ing in a veiy sane way now as com
pared with the prune-piauting days.
The pruno-pluutiug boom came at a
time when nearly everybody was moie
or less craxed by the spirit of specula
tion and noarly anyone could be In
duced to believe marvelous stories of
sure proflts to be realized. There la
vory little danger of over-planting of
walnuts at tbe present time. The dan
ger u that many will plant trees of th
wrong kind or plant in tbe wrong
place. Those who take any pains to
inform themselves as to the walnut in
dustry before buying trees can not
fail to have their attention called to
these points. There is no way of pro
tecting those who go blind in such
matteis and the only sympathy tbey
deserve is that liestowed ou all who
are so foolish as to think they know
so much already that they do not need
to learn anything. The systematic
aud organized sale of a great quantity
of trees of uniform type and specially
suited to this oouutry will in itself in
great measure protect even this
class in the matter of trees. Oregon
Agriculturist.
Postmaster Itolilietl.
G. W. Touts, postmaster at Kiverton,
In., nearly lost bis life and wis robbed
oi all comfort, according to his letter,
which says: "For 'M years I bad
chronic liver complaint, which led to
a severe cane of jaundice that even uiy
linger nails turned yellow, when my
doctor prwcrilied Klectric Bitters, which
cured me and have kept me well for
eleven years." Bure cure for billlons
nt'Hs, neuralgia, weakness and all stom
ach, liver, kidney and bladder derange
ments. A wonderful tonic. At Cbas.
N. Clarke's drug store. 60 cents.
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