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J A.AVixom, . . Editor and Mngr.
I Telephone No 52
J Entered aa ..rorcl-cla, . matter February 17,
106, at the poet oTlce at Gailnml. Utah, under
t I'm Act of Congrwi of March 8. 1B7J.
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SATURDAY, MAY 33, Ifxil).
METHODS FOR CONTROL
OF THE CODLING MOTH.
By E. D. Ball, Agricultuial Experi
ment Station, Logan, Utah.
(Continued from last week.)
How to Spray.
The driving spray, as now used, la
ippltd only to the blossoms, no at
tention being paid to the leave?, but
every calyx cup must be filled with
the poison. To do this, the nowle
should be act so as to throw fine drops
u distance of six feet before they
break into a mist. With one hun
dred to two hundred pounds of pres
sure this can be done. Nearly all of
the liUvsoins paint upjvurd, a few on
the outptde of the troe point out, and
beneath the branches some point
down always hovaver toward the
light. The nozzle should then bo
passed up and down the limb, hold
ing It within eighteen laehts or the
blossoms and turning It so that you
nre sure to drive the Bpray straight
Into the top of each one of the calyx
cups, continuing until the last one
la filled. In practice thin Is accom
plished on large, tree by stopping
the outfit JuBt before one reaches tho
tree and spraying all that can bo
reached from that position, turning
the pole In the hands and reaching
underneath the tree and spraying
up, working up and down on the
side, spraying in, and from above
driving it down, and even following
un and down the large branches In
side the hend. Then driving on by
the tree and repeating the same pro
cess from the other quarter. By
driving un one row and down the
next. In this way each tree rerelves
1 four sprayings, each one of which
I will cover nearly one-half of the
tree. Small trees may be sprayed
I with one atop on each side.
1 The Amount to Apply.
ft It has been found that In practice
1 this kind of spraying requires about
I two-thlrda as many gallon-; of spray
' as there are to be bushels of fruit.
r The question Is often asked. "How
I much can you spray In a day with a
given outfit?" a queBtlon that can
not be answerad In terms of acres,
because it depends entirely upon the
else of the trees and the amount of
blossoms. A barrel pump with one
bordeaux nozzle will throw from three
hundred to four hundred gallons of
t spray per day. A double-net nig pump
with two lines of hose and two noz-
iy.les will double this amount, while
the gasoline power outfit with four
bordeaux nozzles will throw about
twice ns much from each nozzle as
In the case of the hand pump or the
double-nctlng one, on account of the
increased pressure, but better work
will be done from the power sprayer
if only two nozzles are used, and
with the double-acting pump If only
one. H figuring the amount of ap
ples expected per acre, it will be easy
J to ascertain how much each style of
pump will do In a day. In the wrlt-
1 er's experience there has been no
1 difference In the efficiency between
J the hand pump and the power sprav.
I It is entirely a question of thorough-
I nesa of application In aach ease.
I The Equipment Necessary.
A Half of the failures In spraying
I that the writer has observed have
been through lack of the proper e
qulpment. It Is impossible to got a
complete outfit, properly equipped,
from very many of our manufactures,
even at the present time. The flrHt
essential Is a good pump. Only the
very largest of the barrel pumps are
strong enough for this work. Any
of the double acting pumps will fur
nish pressure enough, and for large
orchards the power sprayers have
proven their worth. For any of
these pumps one-half Inch hose Is as
largo as is desirable, and this should
i be from five to seven-ply, to with
stand the heavy pressure necessary.
Twenty-five of such hose, with an
eight or ten-foot bamboo pole, equip
ped with a cut-off, furnishes sufficient
length to enable one to do good work.
On the end of the pole should be pla
ced a bend or angle of about forty
flve degrees, carrying a flat-spray noz
zle of the bordeaux or Bean double
type. With any outfit see that there
is a large agitator, so that the rulx
i ture is well stirred. With such an
i outfit small trees can be sprayed from
the wagon, or even from the ground.
but for the larger trees the tower or
ladder Is necessary, and any one who
i has ever used a well-made tower or
' sprayed from a ladder will never be
guilty of going back to the old meth
od. The Dean Company have made
a neat bend especially for this cod
ling moth spraying, and It might be
well in this conniption to warn peo
ple against the smaller types of flat
spray nozzles sold under the name of
bordeaux that have only one suray
lng surface, as they are too small for
this work. The large-sized bordeaux
with two surfaces, has the name
j stamped on the bundle, while the
othera do not.
When to Spray.
As soon as the blossoms fall the
five green calyx lobes begin to turn
up, and In ten or fifteen duys have
completely closed over the calyx cup.
All poison that 1 to be placed in
these cups must be driven n, there
betwtten these dates. Where two
spraying ate given, the first one
should be put on as soon as possible
i after tho blossoms fall, the second one
will follow in about ten days. .Strange
as It may seem, the more open the
cup the harder it is to All, for If you
will look at the blossom end of an ap
ple you will find two cups, one above
the stamen bars and one below, and
It is Into this lower cup thai we mUSl
drive the poison. When (he calyx
Is wide open these- stamen bars ate
thick and fleshy and form a tight
roof. Later they shrivel nnd It Is
much earler to drive through them,
although tho opening at the top Is
by thin time much smaller nnd the
i ;iray mutt be. driven Btralght In to
reach then at all. If all tho enlyx
cups on I tree closed at one time,
there would he one day in whl.'h the
best spraying could be done, but as
the renter blOSSOU of a cluster almost
always closes before the other, this
Is J.ot the cane. When this blossom
ully rioted and In fine shape for
nprajrlng the othera are wide open.
If only one fruit sets It Is almost al
ways tbl enter one. but In many
lease straral of the oth n win also
produce a ; plea, so It Is necessary to
poison Ihiii all. Some ndvoente the
use of the t; nnd spray to cover the
outside of the apple, but In the writ
er's work this has been applied In
the same way as the first one, with
the Intention of reaching the calyx
cup. Very few of the first brood of
.worms go in from the surface of the
apples, except where they nre touch-
jlng. and where a driving spray Is
Oat d It will almost always leave a
I film of poison where two apples touch.
lit makes no difference at all whether
i It rains during or after one of these
driving sprays. The pol-on flint Is
placed in the calyx Bi.p cannot be
washed out by rain.
What Sprav to Use
for three years the writer test;-1
parls green and arsenate of lead side
by side iruler exuefly tho same con
ditions, and in none of these experi
ments was there so much as one-hair
of one per cent difference In the re
sults obtained. At present tho price
of the tWO poisons, and these arc prac
' tlcally tho only two used at the pre
sent time, Is about the same. The
lead iirsennto remains in suspension
In little better whilo tho parla green
i has the advantage that It can be soea
j In the calyx CUP with the ordinary
hand lens, and thus one Is able to tell
at any time during the season Just
j how thoroughly tho spraying was
I done. The lead arsenate la a little
less liable to burn the foliage and to
russet tho fruit, nnd should be used
In preference where there is danger
of repeated rains.
Scraping and Banding.
For old orchards that have been
neglected It is nlso well, until the
number of worms has been reduced
to two or three per cent, to scrape
the rough bark from the trunks of
the trees and to put on bnnda of bur
lap r.lx weeks after the blossoms fall,
removing them und killing the worms
every ten days from then until tho
latter part of August, when they may
remain until picking time.
The Success of the Method.
No method of spraying will bring
an old wormv orchard Into a satis
factory condition In a single year.
But the orcnardlsts who have been
using this method for a few years
.have, many of them, reduced the
number of sprayings from three or
more to two. and a number of the
best and most enreful workers have
reudced the number of worms to such
an extent that they find that one
I spraying each season practically eli
minates tho wormy apple. In dls
1 trlcts where the codling moth Is not
as severe as It la In the greater part
of Utah, striking results have been
obtained tho first year of spraying.
But when one thinks of the orchards
In which there were three and four
worms to an apple a few years ago
now practically wormless with a
single spraying, the contrast is Just
as striking. For three years now
the writer has offered to pay a dol
lar each for every apple with a worm
In tho calyx end to be found in any
one of half a dozen of these orchards,
and, no far, has not lost a single dol
lar. This offer has been published
in the papers, and in one orchard
the man who bought the crop In
structed every picker and packer to
I watch carefully for the coveted
fruit, but not n single one was found.
MEETING 01 B. R. V.
Oeting in Line for Good Roads Much
Enthusiasm on That Subject.
The Board of Governors of the Bear
River Valley Commercial Club met in
Garland Saturday afternoon, May 8th.
The object of the meeting was to dis
cuss plana for making an exhibit at
the State Fair and other fairs next
fall, but In some way the meeting
drifted from Its stated purpose Into a
discussion of the question of having
better roads In the valley.
President J. P. Holmgren presided
and K. H. Fridal was secretary. The
! minutes of a former meeting were
I read, approved and then the good
1 roads business commenced. Henry
jseeger was the first speaker, nnd he
i waa full of the subject, which he has
studied from all points of view. He
'closed with a motion that the county
commissioners be asked to bond the
1 1 ii nt y for 2 per cent of the total val
uation of Its taxable property and the
money thus raised be used for the
construction of better roads In the
I county. Mr. Moslub Evans moved to
amend by having the commissioners
Ml aside $25,000 for a new court
house and whatever can then be spar
ed be devoted to roads. After the ex
penditure of a great deal of hot air,
the amendment nnd motion carried,
I hul as the vote was not unanimous,
'Mr. Moroni Mortonscn succeeded In
having the vote reconsidered, and nn
amendment put through that the
roads have the first consideration anil
then what could bo spared be used for
u new court house. Then It was re
solved that it wau the sense of the
meeting that ho Bum of $50,000, or
so much as may be needed, be expend
ed for building good an I permanent
Hon. W. 3. Hansen was accorded the
floor und gave u very Interesting talk
on the farmers' Mutual Home Fire
In: '.trance, an organization that pro
poses to do business among the fann
ers of tho stat", In which those who
carry policies shall share the profits
of the business.
The chair appointed a committee
consisting of Hoary Soeger. P. M
Hanson, nnl C. W Richards to In
vestigate the good roads proposition
and report nt the next meeting. He
nls.i appointed Hon. W. 8. Hansen. M
H. Welling. t, A. E. RoCaVB, Mo ( nl
Mortens n, David Holmgren, Oluf
.Ii nsen and A. R. Capener a commlt
t.e on mutual fire In-urance
The meeting adjourned to most in
Tremonton on Saturday. May L'a, at
I o'clock Tromcnt Times.
J. R. LAYT0N.
Contractor and Builder.
Estimates Furnished Free.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
DRAY AND TRANSFER.
ROCK SPRINGS COAL.
Bell phone No. 39 red,
In the way of-
There's nniitrht to dodge, nothing to fenr
in the quality of our store-full of Heady-;o-use
paints nnd paint. In bulk. They
Won't blister Of chip oH are undirected
I by sun, ruin cold u fiosiy weather,
ii i nunc i or winter OUf juiuts lill the bill
completely anil economically .
We curry a flue line of puiiit brushes.
Riier Bros. Druo Co.
Logan and Gailaad, Utah, Franklin,
Preston und Motitpelior, Idaho.
THE EDISON PHONOUKAPH plan
your kind of muslo no mutter what
1 It 1 hero and a you like it.
The best, latest and most popular
1 records. Leave your orders for any
special records desired. Call and
hear tho very latest.
See our line of Filled nnd Solid Gold
Watches. Diamond Rings, Broaches,
Pins, Etc., Etc.
LOCAL Agent for Edison Phones
and Rccirda. Rtter Bros. Block.
POR SALE, Etc
FOR HALF Tomato and eabbspc
plants. Apply to C. StefTenson, North I
Elwood, Utah. mS! tf
LOST Bunch of keys. Return to
Marshal T. L. BBOOl and hi re- I
WINES n-,d Manors fur Medicinal
put poms at Riser Bros Drug Store, tf
BLANK NOTES -Pur ' t
till- oth. i in- pi i dozen,
For Sale One single buggy, one
double buggy harness and one 3 1-4
I Bain wagon. Apply at W. L. Gro-
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I Apply to J. Y. Jensen Just south of
Garland. Bell phone No. 7-1-red. tf
For Sale or Trade 1-2 acre lot,
house and barn on Factory street.
100 growing fruit trees, good water
Bystem. Apply to T. L. Snook. Gar
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United State IathI Office.
Salt leak City. Utah.
April la, liio9
To whom it may concern:
Notic la hereby given that the State of Utah
nan MM in this i.tl'u Hstn of Inniln, nelrtet by
the raid State, under Section 6 of the Act of Con-
Crs, approved July 16. 1MM. an Indemnity School
nda. via: Lota 1. 2. 3. 4, Sec. 26; I nts 1. 2. 3, 4,
Sec. 27. T. 15 N.. R. & W.. Serial No, 03IW; SK1-4
NKi-l. HVl-4 NWl-4; Lota i and 4. Sec. 4.
T. 10 K.. R. 7 W.. S e r i a 1 No. 0 3 2 0 0.
Copiea of mud liata, ao far aa they relate to anid
tract a by riefcrtpt've aulKhviaiona, have been
conapicuoualy poated in thia ofllce for inapection
by any peraon intereated and by the public irener
ally. During; the period of publication of thia
notice, or any time thereafter, and before final I
approval and certification, under departmental
regulationa of April 28. 1007, pro teat a or con
tenia ajrainst the claim of the State to any of
the tractaor aubdiviaiona hereinbefore deeeribed. ,
on the ground that the namo ia more valuable for
mineral than for aariculi ural purpoaes. will be re- j
ceived and noted for report to the General Land
Office at Wanhinflrton, D. C. Fallura ao to proteat
orconteat, within the timo apecifled, will be conai- j
dered autflcient evidence of the non-mineral char- i
acter of the tracta and the nelertion thereof, beinff
olherwiae free from objection, will be approved to
E. D. R. THOMPSON.
United Statea Land Office.
Salt Lake City, Utah.
April 1ft. 1909.
To whom It may concern
! Notice la hereby vlven that the State of Utah !
haa filed in thia office liaU of landa. aelected by
' the r iiil State, under aection 6 of the Act of Con
frrcBfl, approved July 16, t-M an Indemnity School
Landa. vis: All Sec. 14, T. 14 N.. K. 11 W ,
Serial 03229; All Sec. 10, T. 14 N.. R. 11 W.. 0.1234;
I All Sec. 34. T. 16 N., R. 11 W., Serial 03230. All
Sec 12. T. 14 N . R. 11 W.. Serial 03235; Lota 1. 2;
Sl-2 NK1-4. SK1-4 Sec. G. T. 14 N.. K 11 W.. Serial
' 0S228. Copiea of aald liata. ao far aa they relate to
aaid tracta by deacriptive nubdiviaiona, nave been
conapicuoualy poated in thia office for inapection
any pervon intfreeted and by hythe public gener
ally. During; the period of publication of thia
' notice, or any time thereafter, and before final
approval and certification, under departmental
i reffulationaof April 25, 1007. proteata or conteatri
i ajfainat tne the claim of the State to any of the
I tracta or aubdiviaiona hereinbefore deacriled, on
' the (rround that the anma ia more valuable for
mineral than for agricultural purpoaee, will be re
ceived and noted for report to the Genera! Land
Office at Waahingtnn D. C. Failure ao to proteat
orconteat within the time apecifled, will bo conai
dared aufflcierrt evidence of the non-mineral char
acter of the tracta and the aelaction thereof, be
ing; otherwiasj free from objection, will be ap
proved to the State.
E. D. R. THOMPON.
United Statct I-and. OjTicc.
Salt Lake City. I'ch.
April gOj igo.
To Whom It Mav Concern:
utice ia hereby Riven that the State of
Utah has filed in thia office list of landa. ae
lected by the aaid State, under aection 6 of the
Act of Conareas, approved .July 16, iBya, as
Indemnity School Landa, vi: S KBMi
NWW -NK'i, Sec jo. T. 10 N.. R. 18 W.. S.
L at. Serial No. 01.03. Eyi NW'4, YM
Stt'!,. Sec. 30, T. it N-. R. 6 VV.. S. L M..
Srrial No. '.( All See. 10, T. 0 V, R. 7
VV., S. L. It., Serial No. oj.toR. NWM, Sec.
1 i 1 . 10 N., U 7 W.. Loti 1, J, 3. and 4.
Sec. 30, T. 11 N . R. 6 W., S U at. Serial No.
01109. Col-it.; ol aaid lists, ao t;u Bj they n-late
I to aaid tracta by dctcripttvc subdivision , have
been conspicuously aoagad in thia ofhec for
inspection by any person intereated and by
j the public ffrnerally. During the uriod of
1 publication oj thia notice, or any time there
after, and before final approval and certifica
tion, under departmental rejrulationa of April
Vfi 1907, protctta or contests against the claim
01 the State to any of the tracts or subdi
vision r hereinbefore described, on the ground
that the same is more valuable for mineral
than for agricultural purposca, will be received
and noted for report to the (lencral Land
Office at Washington, I. C. Failure ao to
protest or couteat within the time specified,
will tie ennaidcred sufficient evidence of the
non-mineral character of the tracta and the se
lections thereof, being otherwise free from
objection, nil) be approved to the State. I.. I).
R. THOM1HON, Hegistcr. aVaJ j-io
B FARMERS' CASH UNION g
(A A car load of McCormick headers, binders, mowers YA
M and rakes just arrived from the factory. They speak f
ojj. for themselves. A car load of cement in stock at V
djj proper prices. Canvas and Witcher Dams for irrigat- D
gr ing; Shovels, hoes, cultivates, forks and hay tools in
vj) great quantity. Wire-cable, rope, hardware and sup- (A
g plies. LUMBER AND BUILDING 8
l M AT EE Rl AL n stock and more enroute. . A
A! Prices are Right X jj
m A Mlimlnro Whtcr Svatrm Conn-and see It. We have them for sale. VJ
ga.Tliuy Should be ia Every Ilomejp ML
I Farmers- Cash Union, 1
A David Holmgren, Mgr. X Trciuonton, Utah, p
Garland Meat Market
I - Bfc -el
rTHOMAS 8f HALL, Props.Sp
Dealers in Fresh and Cured Meats of all Kinds
OSHBM lkk tt&A I Fre PHwiT '"
I a big Discount for Casu I ALL PAHT8 OF TOWN
OlTe 11s r trlsl sod wc nill do the rest tW Chickens and Veal Waiited g
H jgQftb JUST REGEIVEDI M
H H A Full Line of the Cele- k
I! jgJ HENDERSOlNf 1
1 CORSETS 1
All the latest form f;ish- jR J
will Ions ranging to price Iron g
lBl Our line of Shoes is complete. All
toil rrwnl ,"1C 'atcst sty'cs 'n Pa,tent Tan 8r
jQn t- flB Gun Metal Oxford. gg
HENDERSON Up-toDate Shoes M
FCoreetsrm All Styles and Prices ff
li Call and inspect our line jj
&a Btforc going elsewhere g
W. L CROVER SONS,
WHERE THE TEAMS STOP.
I We are Still Harping I
On lhi grind no v or our fine Mm k of Lnmlter, llnrdwnrc nnd H
I'liiiiitnii'. That's a stibjaet wa nar get ilred of harplag upon, n
And Dtay, Whjr Should Wat Wc know our stock U ciiiiili'd liy BJ
few nnd csoslfsd by no other In tMs territory. Ws sconred tha
lirst iimrkrtu of tliu country to nlitRln it, Imjcrusc we believe tin! BJ
hi at is none too good for our customer-. BH
In buying Lumber, Furniture nnd Hardware true economy H
Ilea not ao iniH'b in tlio siiviiii; of money as in the ipsadleW of it ga
li'jhi When you spend it here there isn't the slljfbtst sliHildow gg
iif a doubt that it will buy the biggest nnd best value possible. H
Undertaking Carefully Attended To H
JENSEN BROS., 1,ar,dah I " '
BIG RtMOVAL SALR! I
tW'THURSDAY. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY- I
May 27th. 28th and 29th.
The Tremont If wh-ie.""'"
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1 LlQUOr liOUSe ll WINES. LIQUORS andEgf
I G. A. Woodvard, Prop. l CIGARS.
SELLING AT THE FOLLOWING PRICESi
1 Case of Beer S3.50 On Return of Case $1.00 Rebate
1 Barrel Bottled Beer $10.50 On Return of Bottles $3.00 Rebate.
And Everything Else in Proportion.
This includes Basher's Best and Father's Salt Lake Beet,
We also handle PABST nnd BLUB RIBBON Beer.
PLEASE CALL AND SEE US.
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rygj BTT?5SS are
Hh MaSv'g jc 1
gHHUDfy Mtfff&f Q I 1 Wo liny only the beat brands of
BtbigiSH&rrJSa - " 1 c,lKC "'""'s '""' ''"" 'inin I sell oulv the
Bfgg P4j tji f I '""' Stu-h slock us WE BOTTLE
Vg yfa3BjkIIIIJlaj5?S undci the most fuvoruble c illions.
Vgf. ''gajCBBaPrj 'J& I rial order for pooils will con-
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EUll Petii I Sciloon,
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I I F LflHfPMt GARLAND, I
u h r unkBiw ....Utah....
Dealer in Fresh and Cured Meats and Green Groceries V
Fish and Game in Season
CATTLE AND HOGS BOUGHT AND SOLD IN CARLOAD LDTI
' ' "' " - "- ' ' "" ' - - - aaseaeasss
, A Complete Line of Groceries Conitaotly On Hand.
eph coombs, Proprietor Choice Wines, Liquor
Garland, Utah and Cigars
Billiard and Pool Room In Connactlon.
I Don't Let Wbl.key Get the Heat of Ton (Jet the Best of Whiskey at the Club