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THE nEXI) I1CLLKTIN, BEND, ORE., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2, 1015.
WILL PUT TRAINED
MEN IN FIELD
USE POISON BRAN MASH
WHEN CUT WORMS APPEAR
Itj- County Agriculturist A. E. L O V E T T.
J'nrt of Oonjrroloiinl Appropriation
To lie Uccil In Work Itabld Anl-
iimN lime Done .Much DaninKO
-Hunter To Cot nil Ilotint)-.
Twelve Itcnd Pupils I'nso In All 201!
Trieil tlie Etntnlnntloiv Full List
Is fllren to Those lM!ing.
! Including those who took geog
Cut worms have done a great deal i Bran mash, which Is good for both i,liv nm! niivininirv mmiu triprf
EIGHTH GRADE GRADUATES
ANNOUNCED BY SUPT. MYERS
NOIITH POIITLAXD, Max 27.
The receipts for the week have been:
Cattle 167S, calves 9, hogs 2582.
sheep 3699. While the cattle run for
the week was not heavy the demand
seamed somewhat light and prices
sagged at the start. Good light kil
lers sold at 7:30 to $7:50; cows
SC.35 to JG.60. After a week of
small declines. S cents was the best
that could be realized for choice light
hogs. Prices declined to $7.75 am
the market closed at this quotation
A fair run of 3700 sheep came fo
ward during this week. Yearling
sold at $7 and ewes at $5.50. Bight
twenty live was tue nign spot for
lainliu thla tt'nalf.
lambs this week.
The United States department ot
agriculture, through Its biological
surrey bureau, is planning to begin
the destruction of coyotes with an
organitcd force of hunters and trap
pern throughout Eastern Oregon,
Northern Norada and Northern Cali
fornia, as soon after July 1 as possi
ble. An assistant of this bureau,
Edward II. Sans, has Investigated the
exlstonce of rabies, and reported the
Immediate need for vigorous action
not only to stamp out the disease,
but also to exterminate the animals
that aro spreading it.
Congress taM March appropriated
$240,000 for the extermination fo
predatory wild animals, of which turn
$135,000 Is to be spent In the nation
al forests and the work of extermi
nation Is to co-operative between
tho forest service and the biological
urvoy. The plans of tho latter aro
to establish districts and employ hun
ters, and trappers who havo worked
In the forests. Tho money will bo
available July 1 Hosldes the salary
paid by tho gorernment the hunters
wilt get hat bounties aro offered by
the stato and county.
Ilabld coyotes arc numerous In
Northern Lake county and many
ranchers havo suffered losses. Of
Into reports have been recehed of
their attacking men. Frank Homa
ger was attacked while plowing on
the F. D. Duncan ranch near Silver
l.ake. He ran for his gun but when
ho returned the animal was gone.
Two hours later a mad coyote was
killed on the S. A Lester ranch threo
mile away. J. L. Freeman lost a
tine his re which went mad 70 days
after It was bit ton on tho foot by a
coyote. The Mine day a mad coyoto
attacked two calves and two dogs, I
one calf dying at the end of four
days, tho other calf and one dog dy-l
ing In 24 days.
A. W. I-oiiR. nn old resldont on tho '
shoro of Christmas lako. tells tho1
Silver Lako Leader that tho coyotes I
aro dying in large numbers In Ills'
part of tho county, and that many
could bo seen scattered nroiiud Iti tho
npt brush. Ho says the general dy
ing off of tho coyotes has never oc
curred beforo slnco IiIb settlement
there. No pblson being put out, it Is
presumed tho ruble Is doing tho good
work of exterminating the coyote.
Dead rabbits aro numerous also, yet
there aro apparently enough loft to
destroy this senson's crops. Mr. Ixmg
lins n number of hogs, and during tho
winter months they fed mon or Iss
on dftnd rabbits. Five or Mx havo
dim! that worn In good Mesh, and ho
attribute their death to feeding on
the don (I rabbits.
Mad coyotes have been killed on
both West llranch nnd Hear Creeks,
tho Mitchell Sentinel. Mahlon
Orlshom killed one In his dooryard
after It had bit both of his dogs Ono
of tho Stephenson Ikivs killed ono on
Hear creek closo to tho house before
he tangled with their dogs.
Alvln Orolh and C C Wheeler.
residents of Happy Valley, killed two
ooyotes that were undoubtedly In the
first stages of madness. Mr. Clroth
also killed a rabid dog that had bit
ten a hog. Tho hog died as also did
a cow and later a homo died of rab-'
II seems a hard manner to romWioe
Mtno people that the hydrophobia
iipldemlc Ir a Mell-entubtished far in
tills section, says the Lakevlew Ex
aminer, but mntM whan thev suffer
Ik lo of sou valuable animal or
xperlHCo the Infection of some
mbr of tbtttr famttv thev will
route t rM)te the lortoumeM of
th aitaattaa and co-irt lth th
rounlr court In at lwt put i In a
ban on koe do.
Nuw that taa coyott r dls"
HMrtt o4f ta far of thi earth.
Mrs tna Condon Tltnaa. It will soon
ba ttwo to ask for a bountv on aqui--rlH
and Jack rabbit. It Is some
eaanouutoM to kM4w that this Is not
In the nature of a jack rabbit to bite. ,
otiHi If b wtr wad.
On and aitar May IS all skins
triwNlMt to an" eonnty dark for the
roKwctloa tf bounty Must tx prwnt
ad by thn priHa who killed the anl
MaU. Th Kort Kock Tlm a
that m far as sort bars laV rountv
! eoerd. lUW tnaara that the
Wt4atr baa placed a IS )onntv on
eoyottw and than ttxatl watt.rs so;
that w are uaabl to rollect the
hOHttly im aeeoaut of tb gtvat M
mmt to tho county Mat. Two him-1
aratl and forty rolltw, lh dlstanre to j
Uikovtaw and rtra. I much too far
and xna!v to 1av) for the pur-1
ose of aollaailKg a fw dollars In'
of damage in many sections of Eas
tern Oregon this spring. There are
several families of this pest nnd the
one commonly known as "the Army
Cut Worm" Is the one doing the
damage this year.
It Is unnecessary to give a history
of this pest at this time, and even
though we recognize the miller or
moth which lays the oggs, little could
be done until the worm appear. The
army cut worms travel In largo num
bers, usually going In one direction
only. Ordinarily they devour nil veg
etation in their path, and are espe
cially fond of cultivated crops. Some
have already appeared In Crook coun
ty, attacking the trees, and In a les
ser degree some oft he wheat.
When tho pest la discovered, a fur
ron should be plowed In his line of
march, throwing the dirt toward the
worms. About fourteen feet further
In the line of march, plow another
similar furrow, throwing the dirt In
the same direction. In these furrows
and between them, scatter a quantity
of poison bran mash. Where tho
number of worms Is small tho scat
tering of bran mash without the fur
rows will kill a largo number of
them. The formula for tho poison
cut worms and grass hoppers, Is asi,. . . ... , , ..
follows- ne recent eighth grade examinations
Coarse bran, 1C pounds: parls according to a statement Just Issued
green H pound; salt Y pound;
cheap syrup, 1 quart; and enough
ly mash. Do not get the material or tWO coniJltlon8 nnd seven falIed
by County Superintendent Myers. Of
this number 75 passed, 20 have one
sloppy; It should fell apart readily in
the hand after pressing together. The
addition to the above formula of the
Juice from two or three lemons has
been found beneficial for attracting
the worms and grass hoppers, and
will do no harm In cny case. This
poison mash Is dangerous fcr live
stock. Scatter thinly on the ground
or prevent all live stock from retch
ing it. This Is one place where "A
stitch In time saves nine." As soon
as the worms appear, get busy. The
object of the furrow is to stop the
advance of the pest. Tho perpen
dicular side of the furrow Is placed
from the ndvence so that worms can
not readily climb out ot the furrow.
After a large number havo accumu
lated in the furrow, a log or board
may be dragged over them In the
furrow to kill them,
Twelve pupils of the Rend schools
passed, the list being as follows:
District 12, Hend Golda Carmon,
Ardell Otteson, Ida Nlswonger, Clau
dia Trlplett, Fern Reft, Gladys Flem
ing, Cora Hates, Frances Reff, Ar
thur Harris, Martin VInyard, Charles
Uozell, Viola Brown.
Other eighth grade graduates In
the county are:
District 1.. Prlnevllle Oran Noble.
Ruth Dish man, Wallace Cadle, !
Blanch Shlpp, Eva Street, Manly Wll-j
son, Lynn Cram. Herman Short, Cle-I
orla Kinder, Helen Ayres, Luther!
Ciaypool, Jessie Hlney.
District 2 Ruth Slayton.
District 4 Glenn Stanton, Geo.
Russell. Jr.. Nettle Scott. !
District 6 Thelma Miller. I
District 9, Sisters Harold Allen,
Opal Taylor, Claude Duckett, Maude
The mint makes It and under the
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any of these pests that may appear
in tho county
OLCOn WK OWNERS
NiiiiiIkt I'lnten MiM Remain on Ma
chine For Whole Year.
Secretary of State Olcott has sent
out the following notice of Interest
to owners of motor vehicles:
"Chapter 350, Laws 1915, in effect
May 22, 1915. provides that number
plates cannot be transferred from ono
motor vehicle to another motor ve
hicle. "The number plates assigned by
tho Secretary of State to a motor ve
hicle remain with such motor vehlclo
during the year for which It Is reg
istered. It Is the motor vehlclo that
Is registered, not the owner.
"Upon sale of a motor vehicle tho
purchaser must notify the Secretary .
of State He will furnish a transfer i
blnnk which must be signed by tho I
pqrehaser and returned for filing to- I
gethcr with the statutory fee of $1.1
No sale or transfer Is vnlld unless the I
required transfer notice Is given by,
the purchaser and the fee paid by1
HOCSE FOR SALE.
Seven room house with good base
ment and all modern conveniences in
Hend. Address E. W. Richardson, La
Pine, Oregon. 12tf
cent, Hugh Smith, Hazel Templeton.
Dist. 17, Redmond Dewey Moore.'
District 19, Tumalo Carolina,
Dayton, Harold Marsh. '
District 25, Post Ernest Gibson, j
District 27, Paulina Van Foster,'
District si', i.ower uridge signe
District 34, Harper Pearl Miller.
District 3S, Roberts Hllah Bricks.
District 39, Prlnevllle Hulda Lin
qutst, Ray Mattson.
District 41, Roberts Laurence
Hurmelster, Sumner Houston.
District 43, La Pine Beatrice
Buy your seed oats at tho New
Bend Flour Mill Co. Adv.
To Sleep Well In Summer.
Slight Intlamatlon of the bronchial
tubes causes a distressing cough and
makes sleep impossible. Foley's
Honey and Tar Compound stops that
annoying tickling and relieves the
rurklnir. tlrlne much. Rood for all Stonhontnn tnHlib rtnnntmn
coughs, colds, croup and bronchial1 District 4S, Prlnevllle. Alice M.
affections. Patterson Drug Co. Adv Bianchard.
. - j District 53, Tumalo Roland Clark
Freda Clark. I
i Dlsttlct 56, Powell Butte Grace,
I Blair. Beulah Landfare. I
i District 58, Alfalfa Ada Ferry.
! District 59, Redmond Ruth Kces-
meyer, Arthur Tuck, Helen Dlttmore, i
Heulah Tinner. Clyde Fry. Mildred
Smith, Myrtle Jarrctt, Clarence Stein-
, District CO Henriette Rodeside,
District CO, Terrebonne Mildred
Iunker, Nina Elliott, Howard Peck-
! District 61. Gist Frances Gibson
1 District C2, Prlnevllle Gladys
District 2S, Dry lkc Vernice
Try the New
On Minnoott St.
J. ,M. JACOBS, Prop.
To 1'iwcno Your Health.
The kldjM? ar thu great health
prwMrxor. lthu mat Uuu hark arh.
ka4aha, tor tnh. Mia Joints
come )m tho kidney are out of or
or and fall to W9rlv niter th
hoHi. Po!y Ktdnwr Hit tone up
ttftHt and dlatl Id nays. hanUh
askeho and stap lep disturbing
htaddor troubles. Patterson Drug
Cln up and paint up.
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