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HORTICULTURE;
FMUk Court Nmwcrymen'» Associa*
. .tloa Will Meet at Salem, Ore.,
Jo] j 10,11 and 12.
The fifth annual meeting of the
Pacifie Coast Nurserymen's Associa
tion will be held at Salem, Oregon,
July 10,11 and 12, 1907, In connec
tion with the Salem Cherry Fair (un
der the auspices of the Marlon Coun
ty Horticultural Society.) There w J 7
be present at this meeting F. A Hunt
ley. Commissioner of Horticulture of
the state of Washington; W. K, New
©11, president, and H. M. Williamson,
secretary of the Oregon State Board
or Hartculture; H. C. Atwell, presl
dent and E. R. Lake, secretary, of
the Oregon State Horticultural Socle
ty; John Isaac, secretary, and probo
bly Edawrd M. Ehrhorn, deputy com
missioner of the California Hortlcul
tural commission; C, I. Lewis, horti-ithis
culturist, and A. B. Cordley, entomol
oglst, from the State Agricultural
College at Corvallis, besides a large
attendance of nuresrymen, seedmen,
Inspectors and fruit growers. This
promises to be one of the most inter
esting meetings we have everheld
and there will the finest display of
cherries ever shown on the Pacific
Coast, as a large number of silver
cups have been offered as premiums.
—Apple Specialist
Old apple trees have much more
vitality than we are Inclined to think,
If we but give them a chance to show
It Cut out the old scrub branches
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better than the old-style wrap or clamp.
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This is the modern method of construction. Years of life are
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A WRAP holds moisture,cracks the galvanizing and allows the water to attack the bare wire. A small
amount of displaced galvanizing on 44 PITTSBURGH PERFECT ** REINFORCES THE PRO
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Every Rod is Guaranteed Perfect.
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Don't allow your prejudice in favor of the rapidly 'declining and now antiquated methods you have
heretofore known, to warp your good judgment*
PITTSBURGH PERFECT" FENCES REPRESENT PROGRESS, because hundreds of
thousands of dollars worth of standard material is daily welded by electricity.
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The hoop on the average sugar barrel in the isolated country grocery store is an electrically welded
product.
Vrt*. «-in »... . , ^ V° ur wagon was made in a large factory, its tires were welded by electricity.
••PiTTcmipru 011 k* cream freezers and washing machines, on many tubs and buckets. Examine them.
THAT HELD." PERFECT " feQCes arc made by ibis modern, simple and marvelous process, producing " THE WELD
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MR. FARMERS LISTEN, NOW. Every agent handling
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That the fence la ail right in every particular.
Gould you ask any more definite protection ? Your
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Boise, Idaho
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We are also agents for Moline Discs
Bain Wagons, Bean Bpray Pumps,
Monarch and Round Oak Ranges,'
and Harrows.
Petaluma Incubators.
1900 Washing Machine.
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PITTSBURGH PERFECT FENCING Special
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land allow some vigorous young suck
to take their place. These suck
ers can readily be grafted and will
bIe new top „
j the tree does not need grafting, these
suckers will bear much better
ers
same
fruit than the old branches which
have become weakened with contin
Arkansas Homestead.
ual bearing.
them to grow,
inches high disk, using the old style
disk. After two or three days go over
with the hoe. Do not cut them off
but catch them just below the sur
face with the hoe and pull them out.
Repeat this operation every eight or
Killing Canada Thistle.
To kill Canada thistles in one year
plow the usual depth for corn, then
disk and harrow and put the ground
In the finest condition and induce
When one or two
ten days until September 1st to 15th.
Allow nothing to interfere with this
work. Remember that eternnl vigi
lance is the price of success. We de
stroyed a small patch last summer in
way, and know that it will sue
ceed in Iowa as well as here. Do not
worry over the fact that you are not
raising a crop on that land. The sat
isfaction of getting rid of the thistles
Is crop enough for one year,
nois Subscriber in Wallace Farmer.
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How to eradicate Canada Thistles.
Following is a question by a Wood
burn farmer and an answer by Dr.
James Withycombe concerning the
eradication of Canadian thistle.
Can the weed called Canadian i
thistle be killed? If so, please tell |
me how It can be done? !
Woodburn, Ore. J. M. C. ,
Eternal vigilance is the price of j
success in the eradication of Canadian
thistle. This has been accomplished In
A small patch can be
several ways.
„mothered with a deep layer of straw
Large acres shoold be cultivated
thoroughly with some hoed
The thistle should be cut immediate
ly upon appearance so as to smother
No plant can live if the leaves
not allowed to develop, as the
leaves are the stomach and the lungs
of the plant.
An occasional cutting and then al
lowing the leaves to develop would
be simply time wasted,
with a 20 per cent solution of sul
phate of iron has been recommended
and it is thought that spraying with
gasoline, particularly in bright sun
light, would be very destructive to
crop.
it.
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Spraying
SALESMEN WANTED—Good
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mission paid to real hustling tree
:
salesmen, Boise Valley Nurseries,
Wayne Bros., Props, Successors to
C. P. Hartley; Boise and Caldwell,
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Idaho,
DIRECTORY OF
NURSERYMEN
DOING BUSINESS IN IDAHO.
MOUNTAIN GEM NURSERY—New
clean, and hardy home grown
stock. Varieties guaranteed true to
A. H. Brainard, Prop.,
BLACKFOOT NURSERIES— O. F
Smith, Proprietor. All kinds ©I
choice nursery stock. Write foi
price list. Blackfoot, Idaho.
IDAHO STATE NURSERY—Nampa,
name.
Sweet, Boise County, Idaho.
PIONEER NURSERIES COMPANY
—Salt Lake, Utah. Established in
1860. Full lines of Nursery Stock.
Idaho.
Whole root fruit
Berry plants by the
trees,
acre, p}f ty
varieties of roses and shrubs,
alog free.
The NAMPA
Cat
NURSERIES_ h
ome
a million trees
in stock. Write us or see us before
buying. Nampa, Idaho.
grown. Over half
UNION NURSERIES—Union,
General line of nursery stock
varieties of small fruits,
cherries a specialty,
price list. J. B. Weaver, Prop.
ROSWELL NURSERY—John Ryan
successor to H. M. Ruddock, prop'
Strictly first class. Home
stock.
Ore.
All
Sweet
Write for
grown
Write for prices. Address
Parma, Idaho.
TWIN FALLS NURSERIES_Ext - -
sive grower of all kinds
of fruit,
shade and ornamental trees, j
A. Waters, proprietor. Twin Falls,
Idaho.
THE MILTON NURSERIES—Estab
lished 1878. A full stock of choice
fruit trees and ornamentals. Care-1
fully grown and true to
name. Il
lustrated descriptive catalog free.
A Miller & Sons, Milton, Ore. I
WASHINGTON NURSERY CO.,Top
penlsh. Wash. Large plant in the
heart of the Yakima Indian Res
ervation where fear of contamina
tion by pest or disease is elimi-j
nated.
Complete line of fruit,
shade an ornamental stock. Agents
everywhere and more wanted]
HOME GROWN TREES—free frod
all disease and injurious in-J
sects. We do our own buddina
and grafting. All varieties guarl
anteed absolutely true to name!
Boise Valley Nurseries, WaynJ
Bros., Props., Successors to C. Pi
Hartley; Boise and Caldwell, Idal

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