The Inola Register. (Inola, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 50, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 25, 1912 Page: 2 of 8
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CUTTING BACK FRUIT TREES
°«ach Can Stand More Sevsrs Prun-
ing Than Eithar Cherry or Appla
A great many fartora enter into the
determination of Juat how a tree
should be cut back. In thla article,
•ays a Colorado bulletin, only a gen
eral rule ran be given. Only three to
Ave of the best limbs should be cut
back to eight or twelve Inches, mak-
ing the cut Juat in the direction In
which the limb should grow.
All trees should be kept low-
headed. Be careful not to cut off the
lower limbs when It Is not necessary.
ARBOR DAYS OF THE FARMER j
Interest Added to Rural Life by Bat-
ting Out Trees to Commemorate
Everyone ought to cultivate a
friendship for trees, and along with
his animal friends have a few tree
friends. He could do no better to
commemorate an event In his family
life than to set out a tree and name
It with the name of what he would
remember—have arbor days of his
Where a family has been aentlmen- 11N WHITE AND GREEN
tal enough to do this you will find j ""lit nllU UllCCn
trees about the house named John. I
Henry. Sualc, Clara, etc., in memory i
of the birth of the children. You
will see a tree somewhere near the
gate called the telephone tree, be-
cause It waa planted the year the tele-
phone waa put In the house.
There will tie another tree some-
where near that one called the free
delivery tree, commemorating the year
the mall waa flrst brought to the
door. There will also be some small
trees, among them the auto tree. In
memory of the flrst automobile owned
"OJif IN AFRICA
Explorer Finds Lake of Dead and
a Strange People.
ROOM DECORATION EFFECTIVE
FOR ALL SEASONS.
Pruning Mature Tree.
as they are usually the very ones to
be left. Lowest limbs should be from
IS to 24 Inches from the ground If
the tree has been pruned so that the
top is much higher than this. It is
usually best to cut the entire top off
about three feet from the ground and
depend upon forming the top from
limbs which come out below this
Peach trees can stand more severe
pruning than either cherry or apple.
Peach trees Bhould generally be cut
off about IS inches from fte ground,
and If there are any branches below
that point they should be cut back to
the first or second bud Cherries or
plums need practically no pruning ex-
cept to cut the branches off a foot or
so from the trunk.
TRAINING THE YOUNG TREES
Work |g More Needful Than Pruning
In Orchard to Keep Them in
Form and Balanced.
<By W. J. GREEN.)
Training the young orchard Is more
Heedful than pruning, and should con-
sist mostly in shaping the trees or
keeping them in form and properly
balanced. Very often the side oppo-
site the direction from now which
the prevailing winds come, becomes
heavier than the side towards the
wind, and the removal of some of the
branches and beading in of others be-
Some shoots become too rampant
and need checking to preserve the bal-
ance of the tree and others can be
bent and tied to fill the «pen space*
Gives Dslightfully Cool Appearance
During the Summer Months, and
Also Has Its Own Charm
In the Wintsr.
Decides being cool and restful In
. ... summer the while and green room has
by the farmer, and the air tree, to re- the advantage of extending the sum-
member the thrill experienced upon niery out of doors feeling into the
seeing the flrst aeroplane wlnter moathK „ may be ,11>rary
at romance and interest this ceptlon or living room and should,
adds to rural or suburban life^-Farm froni lu Kree„ t|Dta ghow on)y
om*' neutral colors. If the woodwork of
the room Is finished In wnite the own-
DAMAGE BY SAN JOSE SCALE er is fortunate: if not. a painter will
convert the ugliest grained wood to
Probably No Other Inssct, If Uncorv- a flossy white at a small cost. When
trolled, Capable of Doing Greater thls ha8 been accomplished brass or
Damage to Fruit. wrought Iron fixtures upon the doors '
*111 Increase their beauty.
The pear In common with other 'n Be'ecting the wall paper the
fruits is subject to the depredations "Kbt conditions of the room should be
of Insects, among the most Impcrtant considered. If a dark room Is to be
of which are the codling moth and the decorated a very light paper should
San Jose scale. be selected, and vice versa. No sim
The larva of the codling moth, which l',e wa" covering Is prettier or more
affects the apple to such an alarming permanently satisfactory than plain i
extent, entailing a loss of millions of
dollars, is also more or less injurious
to the pear, though to a much lea ex
tent than to the apple
Probably no other insect. If uncon-
trolled. is capable of doing greater
FOR YOUNG GIRL
cartridge paper. Select a shade that
Is neither yellow nor blue, but rather
a ?rav green.
Let the plain paper cover the wall
only up as far as the tops of windows
and doors. Between this and the cell-
damage to the fruit industry of this 'nK use 8 ,al'fKtry paper depicting foil-
country than the San Jose scale Near a8e' ,n wh'ch the design is not pro-
ly all kinds of deciduous fruit t.-ees nounced Zephyr with a ring spot of blue Is
are more or less subject to Its attacks '*et the celling be white or pale for little washing dress.
It multiplies and spreads with such gray Kreen. and In the angle place a w|llrh ha« the skirt slightly gathered
great rapidity that unle.-a controlled |llaln Picture molding of white or dark ln at ,h<" walst and trimmed with two
it is but a question of a short time un *reen wood. bands of embroidery Insertion.
til the tree is ruined and death follows " 'I1® room has a hardwood floor, Magyar bodice has a yoke
Nevertheless, this insect can be con "° niuch the better; If not the edges jf ""broidery to match the Inser
trolled at comparatively small cost mav be painted with two coats of tion t*lat 18 used for the waistband
so that It Is no longer to be regarded bari3 ennniel paint as near the shade ' an<1 cuffs
of the plain paper as you can get. Materials required: Two and one-
Buy if possible for this room a plain half -V8r<ls zephyr 40 Inches wide;
rreen drugget with self-colored border fonr and °ne-half yards Insertion, one-
Jf lighter or darker shades. You will half rard broderie Anglaise 18 Inches
And this a constant delight, because of ! wlde
Its restful, quiet character Thesp I *
rugs may be bought In various tex
tures and weaves; the plain, tightly
woven, flat surfaces selling for as lit-
tle as flS for the 9 by 12 sixes.
Plain net curtains hung from brass
P. A. Talbot, Who Located Sacred
i Body of Water, Describee Weird
Scene of Place Never Before
Seen by White Men.
Cape Town, Africa.—Mr. and Mrs.
P. Amaury Talbot have Just returned
lo London from Central Africa, where
they had spent two years In an anthro-
pological, botanical and zoological sur-
vey from the Qulf of Guinea eastward
across the continent, ln a statement
Issued to the London press. Mr. Talbot
declares that certain territory he and j
his wife traversed had never been vis-
ited by a white man before. He said
lhat In the Southern Nigerian bush he
found evidence of the origin of the
witchcraft panic, which swept over
England, New England and southeast-
ern Europe ln the middle of the aev- j
enteenth century. Said Mr. Talbot:
"The bush, with Its soft green twi-
light, dark shadows, and quivering
lights, is peopled by many terrors, but
among these 'ojje,' or witchcraft,
reigns supreme. Should the suspicion
of witchcraft fall upon any one. only
trial by ordeal can free them. The
most usual one Is that of eating esere,
a poisonous bean which almost In-
variably kills the suspected person.
The ordeals of boiling oil poured upon
the palms of the bands and of pepper-
corns Inserted ln the eyes are far less
dreaded, not only because their re-
sults are practically never fatal, but
because the physical anguish entailed
is acknowledged to be less intense
than that caused by esere."
One of the most Interesting discov-
eries was that of the Lake of the
Dead ln the Oban country.
"The name of this lake." said Mr.
Talbot, "occurs In many of the tribal
songs, but for a long time I could not
discover the meaning of the word, and
all Inquiries failed to elicit Informa-
tion. anil when I believed I was In the
neighborhood of this haunted spot and
altered my course my carriers begged
to be allowed not to proceed, and were
left behind. After a struggle through
do many women
languor, d i z 11 -
ness and urinary
them part of
Often It Is only
and Doan's Kid-
ney Pills would
cur© the ca e.
A California Case
Mrs E. Walsh, Tenth Ave.. San
Francisco, <'al., says: "l had such
sharp, shooting pains through my kid-
neys that It seemed as If a knife were
being thrust Into me. My hack was
so lame and sore I could hardly stoop.
1 man's Kidney Tills cured me after
doctors railed, and I have had no
Get Dosn'i st say Druf Store, 50c. s Box
MADE BIG PROFIT FOR STATE
Purely Business Argument for the Es-
tablishment of Sanitoriums for
According to figures contained ln the
annual report of Ur. H. L. Barnes. su-
perintendent of the Rhode Island state
sanitorium. the earnings of the ex-
patients of that Institution during the
year 1911 would amount to over $266,-
000. This is a sum three times as
large as that spent each year for main-
tenance of the Institution, Including
four per cent. Interest and depreda-
The actual earnings in 1911 of 170
ex-patients were obtained by Dr.
Itarnea. These ranged from $2 to $31
per week, the total earnings for the
year amounting to $102,762. On this
basis, Iir. names computes the figures
above giv«n He says, however:
"While institutions for the cure of
tuberculosis are good Investments,
there Is good Mason for thinking that
Institutions for the Isolation of far-
advan es eases would be still better
Out of a total of 46,450 hospital
dense bush we could see the edge of a days' treatment given, 39,147, or 84
sheet of water, along the banks of P**r cent., were free, the treatment
which were the holes of crocodiles,
whose tracks covered the shore. Tbe
she Is not clever enough to give ber
less clever friends their chance.
The high light girl soon deterior-
ates Because she thinks always of
the sill have on white curtain rods
overdraperles of the same length of
madras or etamlne ln which green Is
the predominating color.
In a room with a background of thla
quiet character almost any furniture
may be used The mission designs are
In keeping as well as wicker, sea
grass or upholstered furniture The
upholstery should be of a neutral tint
that mil 1 not clash with surroundings
Do not use too many pictures or too
as an insurmountable obstacle to the much bric-a-brac In the matter of
growing of fruits. Experiments have pictures let landscapes predominate
>een carried on by the entomologists Green cushions, rugs and pillows will
of the several state experiment sta decent the color scheme
Hons and the I'nited States depart-
ment of agriculture with sa'isfactory
results. The use of the llme- ulphur
wash has come to be the generally ac-
For full information on the San
extension rods and reaching only to I "f"- "he *rOW'' har<1 ie,fl8h and'
th sin h> ^hi,« t Phe sees her1 power to dazzle wane.
Damage Done by San Jose Scale.
she adopt* spurious methods to keep I
in the limelight Sometimes she
grows risque, aitaln scandal-monglng
or caustic. anything to center Interest
on herself. She falls to realize that
real charm is dimmed by forced play
for attention, for If she Is not a shin-
ing light she Is miserable.
With the tailored summer suit of
white mohair or serve the ultra amart
young woman Is wearing a monocle
lorgnette which swings from a narrow
black ribbon of gro«graln silk upon
which are tiny slides of gold These
small lorgnettes, which fold together
to look like a single glass, give a
costing the state on an average $200
per patient. Out of 188 free cases In-
vestigate, 56 had no families and no
income on admission to the sanito-
rium. Out of 132 patients having
homes, the number In the family aver-
aged 5.2, and the average family earn-
ings were $5.46. In 59 cases the fami-
lies had 110 Income, and in only five
cases were there any savings, none of
which amounted to as much as $100.
"I see," said Mrs De Jones, while
Mtb Van Tyle was calling "that you
have a Chinese chauffeur Do yoti
find him satisfactory?"
"He's perfectly fine." said Mrs Van
Tyle. "To begin with, bis yellow cum-
plexiou is such that at the end of a
long, dusty ride he doesn't show any
igiots. and then when 1 am out ln my
limousine I have his pigtail stuck
through a little hole In the plate glass
window and I use It as a sort of hell
roj>e to tell him where to stop."—>
Not for Young Girls.
Especially fatal Is It for
girl to be a high light girl. If her smart and sophisticated suggestion to
own friends do not spot her tbelr 'he costume, and—as a lorgnette Is
mothers will. Many a debutante will- never a cheap trinket a suggestion of
Jose scale and Its control, readers Ingly permits herself to be ecllpged elegance also
should apply to the secretary of agrl by a brilliant companion whom she
culture, Washington. D C , for Clrculai admires; but her mother Is sure to Little Llnan Frork
The°cfn't i ?re*U of , Entomology resent it. and takes care that It does The little linen frocks wlih detach
Tie control of the codling moth on not happen often The eclipser finds able collar and ruffs <>* whit* m h i
Part II ,
Training Tree to Grow.
Work of this kin dand the removal of
water sprouts may be done In the
A bushy, or clustered habit of
growth. Is net uncommon even ln
quite young trees, and needs to be
corrected by (he removal of surplus
For Tr«« Wounds.
In California tbe following mixture
waa used on trees three years ago and
la still ln good condition One part of
crude petroleum to three parts of
naln; warm In separate dishes, mix
and apply warm to cuts made by prun-
ing or by cultivator Injury. While this
mixture Is not better than grafting
wa*. It is much cheaper and Is worthy
A strawberry patch well cared for
Is a popular resort ln June Don't
fall to have one.
To prevent rabbits from gnawing
the bark and limbs from small apple
trees spray with soapsuds.
Cut worms may be collected and
killed In small areas by digging out
around plants with the Angers
Spraying is as Important as either
the cultivating or pruning even before
j the pests make an appearance
The grai>e root worm has com-
mitted extensive depredations among
the vineyards of Pennsylvania
Water thoroughly when the soil is |
dry to the touch, but never 'sprinkle"
roses when they need watering.
P'unlr.g and grafting should he at-
tended to with the me care and Judg-
ment used in selecting seed corn.
Every tine you shoot a bird you me
killing an automatic Insect destroyer
that works for nothing and hoards
The lady-bugs or lady birds are
small, turtle-shaped beetles which feed
upon plant ilee In both the larval and
The farmers and fruit growers of
this country are losing over one hll
lion dollars annually by reason of the
ravages of Insects
Cut the branches close to the larger
ones or main trunk, and cover the
fresh wound with white lead and oil
to keep out the air.
When the roses bloom cut back to
a strong and well developed bud. and
In a short time this shoot will grow
and develop Into a rose.
Typical African Magician.
•cene was a weird one; the surface
was absolutely atlll, and round about
were ten-foot high bushes, with what
were apparently great tufts of creamy
flowers. These, however, proved to
be nests of tree frogs.
"The place is a sanctuary for all
wild things, for no hunter would dare
to penetrate the bush to this dreaded
spot. Aa we stood at the edge gazing
out over the water its quiet was sud-
denly broken by a broad ripple, and
little flsh were seen to spring agitated
ly above the surface A great python
waa crossing, and this, we learned,
shared with the crocodiles the
guardianship of the Sacred Lake."
Describing a visit to a district w here
"Jane," said her father, "how doe
it hapi>en that I find four good cigars
on the mantelpiece this morning? Did
Henry leave them for me?"
"No; he took them out of his vest
pocket to avoid breaking them last
night, and 1 guess he forgot all about
The laugh that followed made her
wish that she had been as careful
with her speech as Henry had been
with b>* cigars.—Detroit Free Press
TO HOLD THE NEWSPAPERS ®"m,> suitable material, cream colored
art linen having been used In the
Little Stand That Presents No Prob- *,an<l from which our sketch was
Isms to Daunt the Amateur at made
This Kind of Work. Is an easy matter to fasten on the
material Inside and underneath the "" lb" ho,lfra u«re built of ebony.
This useful little stand Into which ,,ox wl,h 'acks. and the woodwork Mr Ta!tK,t sald:
newspapers may be slipped Is quite "hould be covered wherever It will be "The side of our tent almost touched
easy to make and the amateur may vlslfe!e
undertake It without fear of failure Thfi word "newspapers" was work-
A strong wooden box of a suitable ^ ln dark bl"e 'Hk on the linen cov-
slze should be obtained, and a well- ering the front of the box, and this
portion was further ornamented with
a border of ttny brass headed nails
driven in close together, and the
mod# case that has perhaps, contain
a little ebony hut bul!t over a large
and gruesome looking pot, the sides of
which were |>rnamented with Iron
hooks Before this, nbout breast high,
and the length of a man, was a kind of
altar, made of stout ebony blocks. In
front of our tent door was a tall carv-
The woman who believes In t on
omy In little things will utilize old
nightdresses, when the yoke becomes
worn out. by cutting them st.alght
across under the arms, thus removing
the worn yoke and sleeves and stitch
ir.g It across the top, leaving a small
opening in the center, through which
the hook on a coat hanger may be
passed It Is then used to protect a
light dress hanging in the wardrobe
Washed but seldom, It la more con-
venient than a bag as It slips on over
'he dress and la too wide to crush the
d a dosen bottles of spirits or wine 'Iress material In any way
■rill be found very suitable for fhe I
purpose, and may be obtained from Waistline for Tot.
ny grocer aimo.i for the asking Empire and Krench walMllii** are
One end should be removed, and a equally fashionable for the tiny mal.l
portion of'the lid, and the remaining and one is as attractive as the other
portion of the latter securely nailed with Kien<h dresses are worn sashes
down In Its place, and the construc- and sashes always provide opportunity
edges of the stand were decorated In *d pillar, ornamented with strings of
a like manner human skulls. The people all had the
— filed teeth and thin, shrunken appear-
ance which are always associated with
cannibal rlte«, and although they one
and all stoutly denied knowledge of
anything of the kind, every one of our
carriers said that not only was the
pot in the little hit meant for the sac-
rifice of human victims, but the two
hideous mud figures of a god and god-
dess In another ahed on the further
side of the carved pillar had had their
beads worn away by the constant liba-
tions of human blood poured over
lion thus obtained la shown In the
diagram at top of the sketch.
This woodwork hss then to be ur
•—'-•tered ahd mull be covered wi:h
lor attractive color effects
Kor the little ones ribbon Is, of
course, the material, made up Into big
Special Car to Coat Fcrtuna.
New York—A part of "Lurky"
Pad win's many millions is to
be devoted to the construc-
tion of a novel privato railway
car. with which his daughter, Mrs.
Clara Baldwin Stocker. will t,,ur the
world The principal novelty will con-
sist of an apartment to house her aer-
oplane. On the roof of the car will
b« a landing alsge that can be extend-
ed when the car Is on a siding A
fortune will be exploded in the build
Ing of the car.
It's hard to lose some friends—and
It's impossible to lose others.
People who are thrifty are apt to
get a reputation for being stingy.
A WINNING START
A Perfectly Digestsd Breakfast Maksa
Nerve Force for the Day.
Everything goes wrong if the break-
fast lies in your stomach like a mud
pie. \\ hat you eat does harm if you
can t digest It—it turns to polsoD.
A blight lady teacher found this to
be true, even of an ordinary light
breakfast of eggs and toast. She
"Tw o years ago I contracted a very
anno)Ing form of indigestion My stotn
ach was In such condition that a sim-
ple breakfast of fruit, toast and egg
gave me great dls'ress.
"I wag 8iow to believe that trouble
could come from such a simple diet,
but finally had to give It up, and found
a great change ui<on a cup of hot
Postum and Grape-Nuts with cream,
lor my incrnlng meal. Kor more than
a year I have held to this course and
have not s iff red except when Injudi-
ciously varying my diet.
1 have been a teacher for several
years and find that my «aslly digest-
ed breakfast means n saving of nerv-
ous force for the entire d.iy. My galu
of ten pounds in «elKht also causes
B e to want to testify to the value of
Grni e Nuts.
drape Nuts holds first rank at our
Name given by Postum Co., Battle
There's a reason." Bend the lUtle
book, "The Ito.-d to Wcllvllle." In pkgs.
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