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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 12, 1916)
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PA OK .1.
RESULTS OF RABBIT CAMPAIGN "mas.
FINANCIAL STATEMENT IDE
Owing to tho fnct that I hnvo to
lecture at tho Oregon Agricultural
College this week I will lio unable to
nnBwer Inquiries concerning polson
li.g until my return on January 13.
After that (Into 1 will ho ptcnBed to
assist tho various poisoning organiza
tions In nny way posslhlo and will
apprcclato tho hearty co-operntlon of
tho selntorcsted In limiting tho Crook
county poisoning project a success,
llnrller In tho Campaign tho organi
zations wore advised that as soon as
results of tho poisoning experiments
nt present In progress wore avnllahlo
such Information would ho given to
them. While no conclusions liavo
been reached concerning tho experi
ments conducted by my assistant in
I.nko county tho following facts are
worthy of mention and I recommend
tholr use by thoao actively engnged
in rabbit poisoning.
It appears that tho absence of sac
charine will not affect materially the
success of tho poison. ICiiually as
good results have boon obtained tho
past week without Its use. Instead
n tea cup level full of tahlo salt dis
solved In tho pint of water before
making tho starch gives promlso of
Increasing tho effectiveness of tho
The number of quarto of oats used
ti each ounco of Btrychntno mny bs
Increased from 12 to 14 quarts with
out decreasing the efficiency of tho
poison. It will nlso tend to mnko tlio
preparation chenper. Tho alfalfa
mixture hns given equally as good re
sults as tho poison oats during tho
past month In Lake county. It Is
Jilso slightly cheaper to use. Tho or
ganizations on tho high desert still
report good kills nnd It appears that
weather conditions are more favor
able for poisoning In that locality.
Mr. Fi E. Qarlough who Is assist
ing nio In tho Lake county expert
mints has nveiaged 90 Jack rabbits
a night during the past ten days by
tho use of a Binall portion of grain
and poison alfalfa. This Is duo to
the fact thnt tho rabbits, their habits
and natural food conditions, nro be
ing carefully studied. Tho liny In
tho halt corrals Is changed every few
days and ns fast as It Is eaten down n
fresh fork full Is" put out PoIsoiib
nro switched every 3 or 4 days, that
Is, tho oats arc used In a corr.r.1 which
hns been used for poisoned alfalfa
and tho poisoned alfalfa Is exposed
whoro tho polsonod grain has been
used. Tho poison Is put out fresh
evory evening nnd that which has
been In tl. corral for 2 days Is re
moved. It Is worthy of comment
thnt on tho nights when tho poisons
nro switched tho largest kills aro
Try our fresh brend nnd pastry.
Cnrmody Hrothcrs. Bond street.
Adv. 3C tf
Huy your groceries at McCHncy's.
SI-Y('Mi- Old llml Ciiiup.
"I have a little girl six yoars old
who has n good deal of troublo with
croup," writes V. B. Curry, Evans
vllle, Ind. "I hnvo ucsd Foley's Hon
ey nnd Tnr, obtaining Instant relief
for her. My wife and- I nleo uso It
and will sny It Is tho best euro for a
bnd cold, cough, throat trouble aid
croup thnt I vor saw." Sold every
l'epoit of Christinas Tice Expendi
ture and Heoclpt.s Is fllteii.
Tho following statement of tho re
ceipts and disbursements In connec
tion with the Community Christmas
Treo has been inado by II. 0. Whlto,
treasurer of tho committee.
Oregon Transfer Co., hauling. $ 3.00
K. A. Snther, Santa Claus coat 1.G0
V. Dement & Co., Hox of grocer
ies for poor family 1.70
Lam and Ward, Candy and freight
on same lti.00
Wnrncr, toys 2C.3B
Munnhelmer llros., 10 doz. hand
kerchiefs nnd mdso 10.20
Demi Bulletin, printing hand
Hart Cigar Co., candy 22.015
Freight on candy 1. to
Patterson Drug Co., decorations,
toys, elc 2.70
Owl Drug Co., envelopes 2o
Molcr & Frank Co,, masks ... .00
AdNcrtlBlng slides Ho
Distributing circulars Do
llomcsti'iulcr Takes Poison Dining
Aliscnro of DnugliU-r.
(Crook County Journal.)
Mrs. Kmina C Stiejtor, n widow,
of Mllllce.ii In tho Hampton Dutte
country, committed Bittcldo Friday!
night or Saturday morning by tnklng1
a quantity of strychnine. I
Coroner I'olndo.xtor and Dr I'd-1
wnrds wore called to tho sccno and j
hold an inquest. They found that
Mrs. Streetor was left alono by her.
who lived with her two ilnimhtpra In daughters who had gone to a Now
a lonely cabin about forty miles en3t ' Yt'ar imllC0 nml "uo returning the i
following day they found the mother
dead In her bed, with n quantity of
strjchnlno In a bottlo and a cup of
wuter near tho bed.
Uccauso of tho fact that there had
been some of tho poloon usod It was
Impossible to toll Just how much slio
had taken. She hnd been dead for
some hours before tho tragedy was
discovered. She was 55 years of age.
Total receipts to date $119.S1
Total disbursements 87. SO
ltnlnnco on hand $ 32.01
Hefund Mnnnliclmer llros. . . ,SS
Total on hand 1-S-1C ....$ 32. SU
Ityo and Graham dour manufactur
ed in an old fashioned French Iluhr
mill. Its purity Is unexcelled. Adv.
Tho Ilend Flour Mill Company now
hns ono of tho most up-to-dnto and
sanitary mills In tho northwest. Tho
highest grade products guaranteed.
To Our Patrons and the Public:
Jhe American Bakery
That we can supply you with bread and all kinds
of pastries baked fresh from our oven
at 8 O'CLOCK every morning
Any Orders left with us or by 'phone before '2 o'clock will be delivered
in the afternoon. Our Bread and Pastry can be had at these stores: -
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