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I.00KIKI. IIACKWAltll. Early-Day Scholars of the Oregon Presbyterian Sunday School. At the Children's Kay exercises of the Presbyterian Sabbath school, held Hunday last, June i:i, Itobert Mont gomery read the following Interesting article, pertaining to the history of those who were scholarsof this school In the days long gone by and some of whom are still members of this Sab bath school: "I Imt i' I',-,, riiiir.tiil tn '"' 'f oar nlilil fi ml, r. nf llu fiiMiilli .liiil 1)11 lllttK,VHlll, I Kuril in f Hi a tin- riinriK ( tln Miimil Iihvi' not Im'i'J 1-il.t-ti I'tin-nf iinilluiw l-i-rn 1I1 Mhtyiil or niUiltriil. H'licii Mt.Clmv liuli y or.. trh.ili-lliiil Hit-liu-vti Iti I'. lir fnuiiil Mit nt -multi miiril Khl.'h In- Inn fi'lHimtl'ly irrwMlil, It Ilia biti'k m, fr h Kt mill frlvt I tit riMtn f II. ti'iu lirrn fnf Ntiti'mlivrS? ami iv inl-tr .1. i' I ultu Ilia iisim-i i-f III triii'livr in iclTi'ii rirN'iivi-riitNr7: tills I. l.iiokli.inli. II. i. Iiunn. Mr.. Wrlly. Ib.lit. Illllill. linn twi. JH-Clll.t-i r3-tl'Hi'lii r; lli. I'. l.ticMmhll. HfvHi-lly. M..I. Ilulry. Muly llutbilt. .,l,l. Iiniiii. Ililtlr Ci.lllr... nu Mrv IIiIIIp lliiiikir. A fur k. I kliuw Mil lis,- tmttil rtwiy '. o .l lr. Ilunl.fr. '11.1 nnt ilulf In tin' muni I. July 31, HI, mill niUlii. tlir liillimlriK llili.l tiwh.lM llm. T l.ui'klmrilt. o. i. Iiunn. .la-i. A. Kti-iri".. Mm. Willy, t-auuurl Kulry. C. t. Ilulry. M.J. Ilulry. Ilrttlt Collins Oil, llunkir.l Mr. TnlUit. lu Cl. .No. 1,11. I'. I.ui'klitrdl. IriK'lirr, tlirrr nrr mi hiiiii,iif -H-lMilitr. in talc ntl'lnl lili iliri'liurt'liiir MilJiiitli m'IhniI ul iiriotiit. C'lu.. Nil, Ml.-, IIi.w rruitr, l,' ln r, I tli J llii rimiavnf ril-rtll Kl !. 1 1. Vmillu.klrk. 'lii,..ii.X hniiiit Itiidnt-r. tuu'lirr. I flinl tin list1. of VlMlnli I'llCfillivlli' i Kali llli iiii (Mr-i Chi. Ilulry.) Hi Uxvx J.it'kMin (Mi. II, l'utli..i I'll.. Nil, V H. lllllltl.lvHft.t-r, I. III USUI' of Kmiiili I'r !-. Clu.N'ii. it, C. Iliililllill. irui'li, r, l I In' iiatni'iif liniiim VImh iinw Mr., linn. Miirtln. ('In, Nil. T, Jrniili- llr,aii, trui'lirr, hu inn lilintllliil Mitl, i',un-l, ,,r MiliUitli H4ini.il ul l.riint iliiir. C.'luv, Nu. , CIhw Ilulry. timiii r, iirr Ihr iiHiiit)iir Tlim, I'rlcr. Ilmnp I'rli'i'. I'Uw Nu. I1, Mm. Will y, Irmiii r, lino Im iikiur. Iileutltleil wltli rliunii nr xiimil at irt'.rut Ai'innllMK In II, N niiiril, I tlml llm nuini'iif Ilulry riir.illitl uu IliU nlU ri-t'uril Itiri in. Iirr a, I .-!. I 'Mm Unit Hum until July -II, mi riHiinl loiilvi'ii iii.iI ihU old riinnl rlii.r.lahury ii.IsU Iniiiiitrmiilliui with Mr.C. Ilulry In Irlln im lit, futility iniivr! lu-rr In W yrar 4Iii-aiiiltlirllrtSalilmtli uflir lie urrluil livrr, lu atlriulnl llm hitljliitli oIhhiI In till 1 rliurrli.ll In lux tlm only i'l,urch anil tUlilnlli aflmul In luwii, Mr, II, I. Lucklmrilt wu kif .nirlulvuiUiil, of thf Kliuul. ltu.cvuiJuct't u. a unlun Mililutli kclimil. the iiaiiiraiil rnmliytrrlaiii. Mrlluull'ita, IUptl.t anil VlirUllan. urr inrulli'ilkatcaclirni anilKliul am. Aaiillur cliurchm were built thry or aanUiMi Hittiballi arhiMili of tlialr own. It la i Tliltiit f rum the rruirila that Mr. Una. Ilulry l I he ulclc. t mrmWruf llmfalc lialti ikcliuiil, Ijvlnif atlll h tnruilrnf Clan Nu, 10, bating- a rwnnl nf in yrai' uctlvv rnuiii lirnblu. UIm I'aniilii, lloutle uud Mr.T. I. I'rlorwuulili'umii ileal, IiutIiiic bran idfiit: lied with Ilia rliunii uinl Habbatli arliiail Incr l"i", Tbrlrnaniraipar liillilarn'iird la IM-il yramunii, Tlir nauir of Vunllua kirk alxtappramoii thU rrconluf Iwnialm Mrs. llal-t-ci-aCaatloaiiil Mra. Kninm Murtln. ThUcorrmnni-hall a crntury, In IWi the Curuniliia family mutnlttiOrrxunKiiiJ IiIkiiiI Mrd Ihrrnwlirra wlib Ilia oliurt-li unil fabbulli tehonl. Inronirariallim wIlb.Mr. Ilulry, Mr.Ctlr, Mra. Cuuiuilna anil otlirm, tbrru havu only Ixveri tiu auiwrlntrndrnta klncu Ita olalrnce, rlil Ui, I', l.uckhartlt, Jamra lieeviu., Ilobt. MoDtgornrry, Knix'li Wrlty and llurvvy Kv mna. our urewnt worthy tuiwrlnlrndrnl. Tfala i-orr brrlml of titty. two yrara, aa tlieenuri'ii waa built in ikj. iioht, Munt iromcri waa kUiKtrliitrndrnt for alkiut thirty ytutra and la Unwiier ottlie Mrn'a lllblu claa at tbaurwntllruo (Clam Nu to.) Tlieruwua tlllble prehented to Mr, Mnntgomrry durlnK tiUauprrlntendrnry, May I, w, which hu prim very lilnhly, Hloco INI7, Mra. Klliu Cuuiuilna has been Identified wltb Hie Babbatb kcliool In IIih ca. pacltv of primary teacher. ThU cavern ul moat kalf a century. Plie aim haachariiaof at primary dau uf boy a and U telllnx them "the old, old atory of Jeaua and II la love." A more faithful, devoted teacher would be hard to find. Mr. Rebecca Auderaou waa another faith ful, earnaat teacher until alin waa locapacl taUd by ber present aftllctlon. Mr, r, 8. Mootiomery taught the women's Blbl dau for almoat 40 year, until ber eye aUf bt failed. It ba been the good f jrtuae of the l'reaby TKIIIAN CIIIMICII. Irrhin Mililmlli nh-nl In huvr an iiimral, faithful llllil l ftlrlrlit rnrpanf ti-Hi'hrmHriHintf wlii.rii im .trlfr. J.iliitiy nr iiitilriillnii ral.t ril mi fur aa I iiiii aw ir. Tl.l-r-.il.linlli iNil will ulay linimr llir iniriii ",nf l.itcktiiirili. lira via, Murray. Van lliiklrk, Mniittfutnrry, I'uriirnliia, Ainli'rrfti I'rlrr airl tiiHtiy othrra who hair turn an (.ill hf ill mill mra till liiVIm nu nilvr mrl In tli- 1,1'lla It la nf tl Iiiinii uinl MtilMlh iiia,l, I I'liiiiinl think nf all tin tiamra wintliyi'f U'lnil on II rnll nf iHiiinr," but If I foritrt In rnrntli'ii miyof llm ii.irr.i-. rullllr! IiiIh1 linn, tlit Ir tmmtaiiri ir,nrir,l in t ! mil nf ImiHir In tinitrii whrri' tin ritsiril will nut In' tmt nr liilaptiii'rlt. I wnnili r what mini hrrltflyyram will brlnn fnilli In tin hMnty of thl HiiIiImiIIi m'IioiI. rit rar Ihr rianrtU, iia thry lnsimi arry linHirtaiil n Ihr ymm Mil by. Mm. Ci-llr llnka Ihr ml wllb I In iirraml. ii, ahr waa llali.it lii I irt iritn whrn thrrhuriit waabilltt III il holla,' alllljitril whrn Mra. Nrlhi rliinil llvta. rli mi u iiit'intrr tif Ihr r it'hatli M't,al frniii thr li'tflmiliitf mid la liw On li'iniii-r if Ihr wi,n,i"i'a llltili'i'Ma. Mm. Iinra I'rlfi ami Mm. Ctura l.ymi w, rr liirllilrmiil tlrllhbilttl whiiil III Kat, lit I limit: Ii Ihtlr timiir.iliiniil tiiiiM'iir nu tin r nril, but kita.ayaln waa Hu rt'iir.il la iiiiw Hu 111, 'I, nl au lint mlt lit nf Ihr I'luiltr roll." ibr fiilluaa llitf atilrili,uitl4llil,a vat ra trail lit tlirtl,tiif Mr. Miiiiltrunitry. trmurka lly Mm. K. C. Cummins. I rainr tnOriirnii, Jiiiir tat, Is;?, unit hti;iui triiiiilnx In funoiiy x'hiail tlml yrur. Tlir primary lb n isiiialatiilnt Uilliulrlaiiiiil l'y. whliii I lauitht for iiwhllr. until llirt'laaahv Mtnt mi luriri Hint II wit. Ulvliliil and thr itlrlaKlvru In Mm. Amlrrvui.tiiy tiinlcrlM'liiit tht Iniyi. Mm. Amlrrviii rriiitilnt'il Inuiiir nf ihr itlrla until Iirr altlli'tlim Hint yearn itirn, wl,lili,'atiaial hrr tn lay tlnwn hrr work In lhrrutii,ay Mii.Mil, na well asitll hrr nthrr .ii'tltlllr.. Mit'Kitt'hrriiaaatii Mm. Ilimiui Cuminllla, wlmhtaM, f,ill hfillly iiiiiilik'ltil It all Him yrara. I baarlauiilil nrarly LIiiiii aia'utlai yt am, uinl bat nu Ihr mil nf tny i'ila laaika Ihr naturt. nf nttr .Sal laiya. mill tin rr wrrt miirt. ii. II wita Mimr tlim la-fur wrlnnltiaa lumka, uinl a miiril waa nut krpi, Whrn I li'ik iitrrthl hmtf mil, mid I hate It wrlttrnnut, I am pmnil tnauy that nf all thrar laiya. nf whmr whrrralaiula I inn Hwiiri'.nriirly all nf thi-in hiitrmuili'iriMalmMl arr tilllnir traiHinall.lr imaltlona, mnl nnly u ai ry trw frll liiiiittiiiitiiilini ami ilMiiitl hy thr w,iyahli. My iriiyrr,ua It nl wny. hua 1hii, ami will la a lutit li I hiss a- liny lailur. la Hint by rt-.l ill tif Ihtir fillthflllhraa III Mini, III will Ct-llln thtm till lla Ilia nan Ihitt thry ahull liuvi'lhr tight lii riitrr Intu Ihr Kutr, whrrr Ihrri'ahill la- fultiiraa nf Joy rtrr rmirr. Mil. K.C. I'l'MMINfi, lly Mra. K. Cnalli. I liitar lirrn uakiil In 111 what I know ulaiut niir Milihatli M-hikil.Mi will Ju.t irhu u Unit, bltiif hlainry. I fmiir tn Ihlaiiiwiilnth'tiilH-r, ac, ami tin Iliat Mihhalli Minail I know miy Ititna ulaiut waa I, rlil In it llttlr ia hiiuat nu till lilt Jllat t'ltat tif tht ail-thlkllal plirMillllgr, nnwnwiiril by Mra. urub ll.iiiiany, I anil my alalrr writ mriulM-mnf that M-hiNil. William llnhlllirll waa thi'un r!nn-iidi nl ami u in. in by tin mum nf Nulur waa ihr mliiUtrr In iniigi. II waa h Mt-thiHltat ktiiiHil uinl waa t'ttlliil IMIatH-th. I luiiat havr iM-t-u In thr i'ritillt mil, for nil I run rt-iurtuU'r la alnglim, I Uunt tn Hi An Angel mul With Hit Aiigi'1'a fliind," Now. ihla w.ia lii '4.1. Ihr yrur Ihr t'biirt'h wua liulll. I waaiiwuy fmm tnwu arv rnil )i-.ir, als yraia I think, uinl when I fume I ark than wua it union Minail In the chiirtii unit Mr. I.ui'khanlt was the kuprrlultiiilrul, I Iiiivii iH'tn it mrinlirr of tht achiNil up In the prvarut tints. Mil). It. CAHI I.K. Hy Mian Lillian Price. ThU rhun-li waa built lu lj.l, and was it Union Sunday school, with IJmrgv I', l.uck hunlt as auperlntendeut. I'nr fcrveral years Kabbatli aclionl wua belli only during the kumuier nionth. It continued tn bt a 1,'nlou Hunday H'hnnl for acn-ral years, and us the lowu grew and oilier churiirs were built, mure Hunday scbonla were nrgauUett. In looking over the old ri-i'orda, we Bod llitt Mr. Chaa. Iluley baa the oldest record known,' dated November .T, l0U,llie helm it member of thekcliunlat that time, and la still an ac tive member And In thotetlrueewheiifunds were low, tuelkcurceuudnoJunltor,Mr. Iluley furnished the wihmI, made the tlrra, rang Ilia liell uud saw that the church waa ready for aervlce, and after W years Is still with ua, willing lo help. IKi we now appreciate our npuortunltlea the bin full nf coal, a regular Janitor and nothing to do, but gut Can we not make that effort!1 When the school waa organlted they bad flveclasaeai a few years later, we notice II claaaea enrolled. Among the teachers fami liar to u weret Mr, Dau ImiwIs, Neal llobllt III Mr. Welly, uiotherof Mr, Ed Welly, who waa u member of the aame echnoli Mr. Uhas. Iluleyi MUe llettle t'olllna, now Mrs. Iluukeri MUa M. . I. Ilulry, Mr. Jamea Iteoves. Home of the names on the roll aro on our roll at the preaent time Mr. ItebeccaUustle, Ulaa l-annle Price, Mlia llootle Price. Mr. and Mra. Cha Kuley, MUa Ida Iluley, Mr. Dun Martin, Mr. and Mra. T. I.. Trice. Mr. Stewart Kreves. LILLIAN I'ltlCE. Our Perfect Buggy, at manufacturer's prices, will surely Interest you. See It. The price Is the only cheap thing about this buggy. FRANK FOSTER. The House Fly. I The house lly u formerly regarded simply as ft pest, especially to bald - headed men. Within recent years we have realised that the house lly Is a scavenger by nature and that Its hab Its of life lead It to feed on all sorts of materials whlcji may he Infected with the germs of various clLeases, It has been proved hy experiments that It feeds on the sputum from peo- pit sulferliig from consumption and can then carry the-; germs for a long er or shorter time In Its Intestinal tract and on Its feet, The same thing has been provnl for several other dis eases and especially troubles of the lntetlnal tract, such as diarrhea, djsentery, and typhoid fever. So strong Is the proof regarding these diseases that Doctor Howard has pro posed that the name be changed from 'house lly" and It now be called the "typhoid II)." .,... , . . i . , i .. i. .... n ... i ...i,i. aUw , cZ ! . .I ... iiui. I.. KSirSK" r moutj; l also most repulsive to look at -when magnltlcd, and they, too, arc well constructed for carrying dirt, l'roofs of the dangerous itiallty of the house lly and Its part In carrjlng diseases could be multiplied, but they are be yond controversy at the present day and It will be more tl'eful to study the lly s breedlng;hablts than to go fur thcr Intoiexamplcs of Its pernicious activities. ! As a rule, two kinds of llles are found about the house. These are the ordinary house lly and the stable lly. The Utter Is slightly smaller and as a rule Indistinguishable by one who has not made a special study of this Insect. However, It Is not necessary to distinguish them as the stable lly has also fallen under suspicion as a carrier of disease. The house lly la s eggs which are shaped somewhat like slender grains of wheat. They are much smaller, however, being only from .01 to .05 of an Inch In length and .til of an Inch In thickness. They are deposited In masses which usually contain on the average I'-M eggs. In ordinary weath er they hatch In twenty-four hours, producing a maggot, which Is .07 of an Inch In length, tapering at one end nnd blunt at the other. These grow rapidly and become from a quar ter of an Inch to one-half Inch In length. They change their skin three times within live to seven dajs After the third change of akin, or molting, as It Is called, the maggot goes Into a resting stage, called a I'UI'A, which Is a small brown object rounded at the ends. This stage lasts from lite to seven da),when the per fect lly emerges from It. The nutn ber of broods which a lly may produce varies from eight to fourteen a sea son, according to the latitude, weath er, etc. Heat anil moisture are requi site. In twelve generations the pro geny of a sltiglu female lly will be more than ll,tm7.'.iC',tH),tHio,OiH), pro vlded.they all live. The lly prefers fresh horse manure for the laying of Its eggs, but If horse ma nure cannot be found, then tilth of al most any sort, such as cow manure, human excrement, ilecalng vegeta bles or meats, garbage, or even soiled and moist rags and paper. Various methods have been pro posed to rlil us of this pest. The slo gan of "Swat the Fly" has gone over the country. Fly paptrs, some sticky and some poisonous, and varloussorts of lly poisons are sold In enormous quantities by our drug stores. All of these have their uses and no doubt produce some diminution In the lly crop, but the only rational way and sure way Is to prevent breeding. How shall this be done? TlIK Kilt ST ItKqUIHlTK 18 TO CLKAN Ul. 1)0 NOT ALLOW IIOIIHK MANUIIK, 8TAIILK MANUKK, Oil K1LTII OK ANY H6KT TO HTAN1) AIIOU.NII TIIK V A It US ou htauleh. Keep all outhouses in clean and sanitary condition. Keep the garbage can clean and covered al ways. Horse manure should be taken out of the stables at least twice a week and either thoroughly dried or thoroughly burled. If spread In thin layers, where It becomes dry rapidly, the eggs cannot hatch nor the mag gots mature. If the manure cannot be dried, it must iib btokkd. This means that a closely covered lly proor bin should be provided for It, Such a bin, made of wooden planks, can be constructed In a few hours. For tak ing proper care of the manure only a little labor Is necessary and In addl Hon to escaping the pest of the (Ilea the atables are made much more com fortable quarters for the farm stock. The United States Department of Agriculture has recently published the results of experiments to prevent the breeding of flies and states that the sprinkling of a small amount of borax In layers In manure will entire ly prevent It. The following are directions for the use of borax: For every eight bush els (or .ten cubic feet) of manure sprinkle with a Hour sifter or any fine sieve .03 pounds (slightly more than half a pound) of borax, particularly around the outer edges of the manure heap, and over this sprinkle with a watering can or otherwise two to three gallons of .water. The borax coming Into contact with the eggs prevents their hitching. Maggots' u,er l V.e outer d" .f. th" p,,e' ."'" - ""1'' 01 11,8 oor" "',,,d b,e PP,le,11 th- ,, , Plmenu show that no Injurious action on most crops will follow the i'h'" ',.,1 .um, 1 , , l.il it airs I Hail n rtil lt sitl nn . i lMtnni "'' "-"' "" ,11 has not been sltiillud. It Is recom mended, therefore, that not more than tlftcen tons per acre of such treated manure should be applied toa Held. I'ntll the wshctlfor object of de struction of lilts Is accomplished, It Is necessary to take precaution against spread of dUease by flies. The two chief measures required for this are f) l Til tllslNKKCTTIIK lllCIIAII(li:s, CS peclally tlioe of patients sintering from Intestinal diseases and ('.') to KKCI'TIIK IIDL'SK WCI.L MIIKKS'RI. In other words, the lly must be pre 1 vented from feeding on discharges W ni.ln da. ger.ns and ?CvUiiui Hies miiilii ihj natc nu icf i'r'rvJ twrz . 1 10 f ' .,N"1.,1" ,p " the premises cleaned up, the most Im portant thing both for people In the town and In the country Is to keep the house well screened. This costs only a small amount and the saving In doctors' bills In a single summer will often pay many times over the small expense Involved. In addition to this the comfort of being rltl of the lly Is worth many times the trou ble and expense Involved. The chief necessity Is In so tilting the screens that no openings will be left for the llles to enter. In case some do get In they should be killed at once with a lly "swatter." Il Is especially Impor tant to kill all llles that appear early In the season. One lly killed In April means millions less In August The editor of this bulletin visited one day last tear In the State of Mis souri a home In which one of the members of the family was very sick with typhoid fever. No precaution whatever had been taken to exclude the llles and they were swarming about the patient by hundreds. One person was kept continually busy fan ning them away, and If for a moment the vigilance was relaxed, the llles settled down on the patient In swarm. No prophet was needed to predict that other members of the family would lie almost certain to lit attacked by the same disease. The expenditure of a few dollars for screens would not only have contrib uted a great deal to the comfort ul the patient but would have great I) aided In preventing the spread of the disease. The message, which above others, this bulletin ought to bring to country homes Is 'Vciikrn VOIIII IIOl'SKH." The following extracts from a pub lication of the Indiana Statu Hoard of Health, give the history of the house lly by dates and make It vasyturt member approximate!) howtheillllei ent changes take place: Journal of n Female House Fly I. Thursday, No ember lull Went Into winter quarters. J. April '.Hi, IliI'.'. Ilarely lived through the long, hard winter Came out of winter quarters and laid my first batch of eggs ISO In number In a manure heap X April 21, liua. My first liw eggs have hatched, 4. April IUI'.'. Larvae have un dergoue first molt. 5. April :M, IHI2. Larvae have tin dergone second molt. il. April '.'tl, 1112. Larvae trans formed Intd pupae. 7. May 1, liil'J. One hundred and twenty full-grown (lies, sixty of which are females. 8. May 3, 1.112. Laid my second batch-ISO eggs this time In the tilth of an uncared-for privy 0. May 13, 11)12. One hundred and twenty llles came from my sec ond oaten or eggs. Laid my third batch In a kind nelghbor'i garbage can 10. May 20, 1IH2. The city has of fered a prize to the school child who will kill the largest number of tiles. The boy at the house where 1 live Is killing files right and left. And to think we HAVE ALL KEEN EATINO AT Til SAME TAHLK WITH HIM. 11, May 21, 11)13. Laid my fourth batch of eggs. Left alone and un hindered, by September 10, 1M2, my descendants will number 5 ,.198,720,000,000. Fly Catechism. 1, Where Is the Fly born? In ma nure and tilth. 2. Where does the Fly llveV In all kinds of tilth and he carries tilth on his feet and wings 3, Where does the Fly go when he leavea the manure pile, the privy vault and the spittoon? lie goes Into the kitchen, the dining room, and the store. 4. What does the Fly do there? He walks on the bread, fruit and vegetables; he wipes his feet on the butter and he bathes In the milk. S, Does the Fly visit patients sick with consumotlon.tTDhold fever and cholera Infantum? He does and he may call on you next, carrying the Infection of these diseases. C What diseases does the Fly car Wlimi it comen to CoKei), vg think tliu HoweV lino of C'oir'i! it an kooiI ntA any anil bettor than most of tliont. Kvery poiiiiti.gimnintiiofi to Iks fntinfiuitory. This ix tlit! lino of CollVo with wliitsli tint lnriii-x lwolvo tlio bountiful, nu woll ns usofitl CollVo Urn. on flifplity in wont wIikIow. Anybody tint uix till CollVo. Hit vii tlio H trndo mark anil rotnrn to Mr--. U. (t. Knloy anil it will bo greatly appreclutoil. ThU lino eonnUtt. of tho following brnniU anil pilot: Pilot, ... 25c San Marto, . 30c Avon, ... 35c Old Master, 40c ASrVVWWW: cf:f Harvey Evans. I T EggS. Reliability First. EggSJ Fresh Groceries NO OLD STUFF HERE! Reliable Groceries of all kinds. Take our advice and buy only reliable Canned Goods. Best for the Money We carry the Best Grades of Sugar at The Lowest Prices. NIBBLE AT THIS Good Store Cheese, tasty and healthful is carried by us for your table. All well known makes of Soap are found here. Fresh and Salt Meats. Bring Us Your Butter and Eggs. ii n nor o inrri muunc OREGON, BOTH rr means Money In to let us figure on anything you con template building. KENNEDY & PULLEN Contractors and Builders, OREGON, MISSOURI. ryV Typhoid fever, consump tion, diarrheal dlaeaaes, diph theria, scarlet fever, and In fact any communicable disease. 7. How can the Fly be prevented? lly destroying all the tilth about your premises; screen the privy vault; cover the manure bin; burn all waste matter; destroy your garbage; screen your house. EITHER MAN MU8T KILL TOE FLY OR THE FLY WILL KILL MAN. Prevent the Flr.-Unlveralty Bulle tin, Vol. IS, No. 25. nnccn, MISSOURI. PHONES. lour Pocket I Attention, Comrades! Members of Meyer Post, O. A. R. will hold their next regular meeting at the home of John Jones, on Sat urday, June 20, 1015, at 2:30 p. m., sharp, to attend to such matters as may come before them. O, W. Cummins, Commander. V. S. Mouoan, Adjutant. urouse, rainier uo.. or Mound CltV. Mfl.. ll&VA ft. n.ttf tW.II.WlTlnr. ma chine, depth 150 feet. Farmers' i-none, oo. jnaepenaeni, ztu.