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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. SATURDAY, DEC. 4. 1915.
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m JOSE SCALE IS
which gives the bark greasy appear-the lime-sulphur. The most suitable
aiicp. j timo-to get plant lice is in the spring,
Whenever n scale has settled there I just as tlie buds nro turning green ut
will be u small round spot with n small! that time u very large percentuge of
white speck in the middle; the spot is! the eggs will have hutched and the
formed by the body of the scale while j young lice will not be protected by the
the, white speck is where the long leaves. The lime-sulphur is equally as
threud-Mke piercing npparatus, or tou-j effective in the control of i the scale
gue, was inserted iu the bark. Often j when applied at that time and to n
times the settles will completely cover slight degree may be effective against
portions of limbs and over lap each j the newly hatched lice,
other so that they form a crust. When General recommendations. It is not
so badly infested, young scales will necessary to make an application of
crawl under old deud scales and settle. i lime-sulphur for the San .lose- scale
We have found as many as four young j alone, If lime-sulphur is used nt any
scales fastened side by side under metime for the control of apple scab or
old scale. Fruit infested with the scale ' anthrncnose, the same application wiel
becomes pitted and gnarled, as the suffice the control of tho scule.
C. 0. Constable, county fruit iaspec-' growth is checked at the point where In regions where neither of the above
jlu, ( tae scales nave rneir dcuks iiisericii. ' discuses caisis, spruy wiui iiinc-sui-
i nline most oiner seine insects, ltpniT srrengiii, ,iunr as ine nuns ure
C. 0. Constable Urges Active
and Bitter War On
tor, takes up a discussion of the
joso scnio in tuo loiiowing article. e-1 ,lovp(,-(11J ,1(i l,lltches its eggs within
llcving that this pest is still a menace; the body, so that the young are born
to tail) country, be discusses the up- alive. Ju .May, possihly earlier muter
pearance of the scule and also the reme-. favorable conditions, the females begin
.. , , , , a. .. to give birth to living yenng and may
dies that may bo applied by any tnrni- (,(11mie to lt0(Ucs fr 8ix w,ok or
San Jose Scale. The young are minute , light orange
It would hardly seem necessary for! yellow, active creatures with eyes,
me to write on a subject so common bristle like mout4i parts, two antennae
ag San Jose scule. However, I have or feelers, and six legs. After emerg
iiad uevoral inquiries from the new- j ing from under the protecting scale of
comer and city people in regard to this the parent, each wanders over the wr
peat During the past summer and fall! face of bark, fruit or leaf until a suit
whilo in search of fire blight in the! able situation is found, when the legs
timber along the W illamette river, 1 1 and antennae Bre folded beneath the
was very much surprised to find to i body, the bristle like beak is slowly
what an alarming extent it exists orfl worked through the outer bark into the
trees and shrubs. I have about reach-1 living tissues beneath, from which it
ei the conclusion that the tune is far draws tts sustenance. At any time dur
opening, and if tho plant lice (any spe
cies) have been bud during past sea
sons, nld black leaf 4(1 at the rate of
one part to nine hundred parts of the
(Capital Journal special Service.)
Vacondn, Ore., Dec. 4. Mr. and
Mrs. J. . Wheluu, of Montana, are
visiting their sister, Mrs. J. C, Havnge,
They intend to spend the winter in
Miss May Bollier was the guest of
Miss Violet Felt on Inst .Saturday and
me snauow social neiu at ine wa
couda school Saturday was declared a
distant when this pest will be entirely ' ing the summer months hundreds of j npcess. A very interesting progruni
eradicated from tne vulley, unless some , tnese lime pests muy ire seen, even
neans can be found to combat it in I with the unaided eye, as they crawl
the timber, fields, and roadside, and I ; about over the bark or fruit of infested
think the orchardist will be compelled ; trees. With the first molt, all nppen
to look after his individual property dnges, the legs, aiitennnte, etc., except
with a view of clean trees anil fruit. the benk, are lost
The Oregon Agricultural college suys The female scales when mature liavej A. E. Kvans,
was rendered by the young people of
the vicinity after which the shadows
Mr. and Mrs. Lester McCracken re
turned to their home in Stilem after
a two weeks' visit with Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert I'resbn, of l'ort-
land, visited over Saturday and Bun
day with Mr, and Mrs. Dan Gardner.
Mrs. B. F. Fouud, Mrs. John Havnge
and Miss Orace Hnvnge were the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. lavage Inst Wed
nesday. Miss (Hadvs Humphrey was the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. tieorge Finney last
in regard to its nature and extent of in- a more or less circular scale formed of n
jury. One can hardly fuil to locate t number of concentric rings, which cor
this insect where it is present in un-; respond to the rarious molts made dur
checked numbers, for the appearance of ing growth. 1,'nder a strong lens these
its host will lie such that one who is ; appear ash grny in color with a black
familiar with the resulting injury can protuberance or raised spots in the mid
Tcadily distinguish the more or less cir-.dle.
cular ash-gray, shield-like scales on I Kemedies. In this state lime-sulphur
nr fruit. Oivinc to tin" is eeiiorullv used in combatting the San
fact 'that the scale closely resembles Jose scale. The recommendations from Hunday
the bark of most of our fruit trees, this station nave neen to spray me
they may be working on a tree fori trees while dormant either in the late j
some time before their presence is dis- fall or early spring. We have also,
covered. When they are abundant, the ' demonstrated the fact that black leaf You get ft paper full of read-
fruit will usually be invested with few or black leaf 4(1 run be combined with ing, no contest dope.
to many scales; this is the first iudica-! lime, sulphur, tn control plant lice with-1
tton that the average orchard int will; out destroying the Insecticidal vnluo of'
unties. When allowed to develop un-, . i i
eheoked, they soon cover branches ami
limbs, which, as a result of the injury,
die in one or more seasons! following
this, entire trees die from lacs of nour
ishment. It has been said that the' Kan Jose
scales is the only scale whicl) causes the
redding of tho bark, but this is not
true as the same effect is caused by
other scale insects. This Is quite char
acteristic of the Man Joso mule, how
ever, and furnishes fairly sure basis
for identification in the orchard.
The eondition of the scales can read
ily be ascertained by scraping them
from ft branch;' if they are dead, the
ciiles will rub off like a dry, gray
scurf; if thev are alive, the crushed
body will produce yellow oil-like fluid
Willamette Valley Nursery
High Grade Nursery Stock
City Sales Tard between Center and Chemeket streets oa
Commercial ' t r i
Italian Prunes and Oregon Champion Goose Berries ft specialty, also
all other kinds of Nursery Stock. Call to Balesyard er write R. T. D., ;
6, and get our prices before buying.
J. J. MATHIS, Prop. .
Salem, Oregon. PhoM 260-E
Mr. and Mis. W. T. Jenkins spent
Cue week end with the, latter 's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. H. T,. Ouiss cnteilained
Mr. nnd Mrs. Ij. W, (luiss at dinner
A! Nehl who has been visiting his
parents hore for the pust mouth re
turned the first of the week to !Sult
Miss Minnie Gillette, of Kugene, und
Miss Esther Eiinucl. of Salem, were the
week end guests of Mr. und Mrs. ('. I
W. Gillette. '
Miss Lois Heche entertained Wod-I
'nesdny evening in honor of tho "liave-j
lings. Alter the girls had spent a
few hours in sewing, the hostess as
sisted Dv her mother, served a delicious.
lunch, after which the girls enjoyed a
few games of cards. Those present
were Misses Ethel lionney, Delia Heck,
Lila lerninn, Nettie Hroyles, Koll Bink
ley, Sadie Kiehnrds, Nora Heck, Hazel
Hitney, Mary Seollurd, Gladys Kinkier,
Delia Byers, Avon McKinnoy, Alethu
Hitney and Lois Hoebe.
The Minstrel given by the Kpworth
League in the M. E, church Tuesday
evening was very interesting and niiicii
credit is due Mr. Frank Tollard who di
rected it. About I8.00 was netted for
the Kpworth League. Music was fur
nished by the Keiit-Hteellininnier or
chestra. The Jiobert Schumann club met at
the home of Mrs. llogard Wednesday
of last week. The afternoon was en
joyed by all present and a very inter
esting program was given as follows:
A short drill in sight resiling ami en
tertnining by Mrs. O. Weller; a tulk
on musical instruments by Mrs. Alice
Kennedy; a recitation bv Miss Minnie
Settlemier, "The Finding of the
Lyre.'' Selections on tho pilino were
given by I'lyssa Culvert, Neil Hull,
Sarah Sims, Mildred Haverly, Mildred
Wehruni, Vita Erntsoii and Loretta
Mrs. Mury Johnston, of West Wood
burn, who has been visiting friends
and relatives in California for the pust
six weeks, returned home Tuesday.
Little Dorothy Voder has returned
home alter a week's visit with her
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. B. Biuiick,
Henry lliirper, of Pendleton, and El
lis Harper, of O. A. C, were homo for
the Thanksgiving holiday.
Misses Ethel Honney and Alethft
Hitney spent the week end in Portland.
Mrs. W. H. Gray, or Oswego, was
the guest of Mrs. II. L. Gill Tuesday.
Mrs. !. W, Gibbons returned Fridnv
from the hospital In Halcm very much
imnroveil in neano.
Mrs. Leida Heed, of The Dalles, the
laughter of Mr, and Mrs. K. A. John
son, is visiting at their borne here.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wolf were host
and hostess at a Thanksgiving dinner
in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Eil Sohvles
and dauehtcr, of Eugene. .
The Woman's rlub was entertained
at the home of Mrs. liohort Scott Wed
nesday, afternoon. A very interesting
program was given lis follows:
Talk un the work of Herbert ( lark
Hoover, by Mrs. Morconi.
Talk on the work of Maude Hulling
ton llnoth, Mrs. Vouug.
Tho work of June Addnms, Mrs. Coo.
Heading by Mrs. F. W. Sottleinier.
Sketch of the life ot Hooker T.
Washington, Mrs. Simons.
Paper on tho work or tho Ked Cross,
Mrs. T. C. I'ooriiian.
Paper on the life of (.'lain Barton,
Mrs. II. L. Gill.
Son by Mrs. Walste, accompanied
by Mrs. Alice Kennedy.
' Miss Conkliii was fleeted nn honor
ary member o,. tho Woman's club. Thu
hostess was assisted by Mrs. W. II.
Goulel, Mrs. Geo. Daiidon und Mr. C.
Colonel ami Mrs. ,1, M. I'ooriiian en
tertained nt dinner 'Sunday, Mr. uail
Mrs. Kenneth J'oormau und ciiildrcn,
of Portland, and Mr. and Mrs. T. 0.
Poorman and duiighter Margaret, and
.Mrs. Susan Liveslev, I
-Miss Edna Coy entertained the El
deen Circle at her home Saturday even
ing. Those present wen.1: Mrs. Joseph
La vine, Frank Coy, Mr. und Mrs, E.
Mull, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Booth, Mr.
nnd Mrs. Fred Skiller, Mr. and Mrs. II.
Estie, Misses Alice, Elixubhth and Ed
na Wilkins, Minnie Ballweber, ami
Messrs. Hector Lnvine, Leon Ballweb
er, Hurry Wilkins, Adams, Kussell,
Mull nnil Cyrus Coy.
Miss Gladys Adams and Miss Louise
Heanian went to Salem Monday to hear
Mailniue Grace llall-ltheil.laffer in the
first number of the Salem Lyceum
Mr. and Mrs. P. T. Jenkins of k'itch-
icon Aluska, and Miss Jennie Jenkins,
of Alaska, were the guests ut the home
of Mr. and Mrs. W, T. Binkley Sunday.
Miss Vivian Vincent, of Corvallis, is
tiio guest of Mrs. O. P. Overton.
Mrs. B. Clu ma u, who has been in thu
Good Sinaritnn hospital for the past
three weeks was able to return homo
tho first of the week,
.Mrs. G. II. Beebe delightfully en
tertained the members of tho Kaffee
Klatch at her home Snturduy after
noon, Mrs, Elias Kilen, who litis been in
the east for the benefit of her health,
has returned home much Improved.
Miss Merle Hall who is teaching in
King 's , alley spent the week end iiero
with her parents,
Mr, and Mrs. Ralph II, Maupin, of
I'ortianil, .visited thwir parents here
Miss Lncy Moose, of llubburd, wns
visiting nt the home of Mrs, Sadie
Mr. .Albert Clark returned . to his
home in Portland after a week's visi . I
nt the nome of Mr. and Mrs. Win.
Lynn Fuller, who has been visiting
his parents hem has returned to his
studies at Portland,
Miss Ivan Miller spent tho week end
at the home of Miss Helen Seollurd.
FERN RIDGE NOTES
A roll Kimsry, of Howell, was a llidge
- Miss Merta Siegmund spent Thanks
giving day iu Salem,
Koad Supervisor Geo. Kl.el was do
ing some ditching along tho mud
Friday. . .
A most enjoyable tluie. was had by all
who attended the party ut Juke I.uin
brechts on Tuesday evening.
Idris Kussell returned to her homo
in Staytoa Friday, after having spent
several months lit the Jucob Siegmund
Stayton visit o:'s from the liidge on
Friday were: I'. C. Freres and daught
er, Helen, Mrs. Jacob Flzel. F,. A.
Sieguiuuil, wil'o and daughter, .Mrs. .1.
A. llichardM and Bertliu Tietze.
Mr. and .Mrs. Jacub Siegiuiiud cuicr
taiucd with u dinner on Tbiinksgiving
day, Tlioso present were: E. 0. Sieg
mund und wil'o, Frank Sicguuind, wife
and baby, Caroline Siegmund, Idris
Kussell, Adolph Tietze, L. K. Siegmund
of Gervuis, and J, M. English und fam
ily of Happy Hollow, Staytoa Sluml
Above all others is a
season of good cheer
and it is our duty to
help bring happiness to
nil our friends and dear
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