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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 30, 1896)
EAST OREGON HERALD AND
Consolidated July 22,
BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, SEPTEMBER 30 1896,
of the family was ^>orn, and as the
elder boy was mour’ned for as dead, <
Fort Resolution is one of the
PUBLISH KD EVERY WEDNESDAY most important posts in the coun-
son the elder’s nail e. Recognition
I try, says Harper’s. Though it has
did not at first fl ke place when
W. C. BYRD i SON.
not so many claims to distinction
P ublishers and P roprietors . as Uhipewyan, its natural resources the elder son sent!
to his mother in I Inada a short
for food ate much greater, for near
time ago. He haq iong stories of
i by is the most productive fishery
wanderings to rela I, his inclination
' in the country; the Dog Rib and
having led him through Utah, Cal-,
Yellow Knife Indians generally
HERALD CLUB LIST:
ifornia and Oregon In the latter
Herald and Harper’s Magazine... .... 5,00' keep it supplied with carabou meat
5.2V I .
he settled at Central ^oint.Jackson
Herald ami Harf er s ft eckly . . .... 5.211
.... 5.20 ' in the winter, and geese and ducks
Herald and Harper's Bazar
county. He followed the business
Herald and Harper’s Y 4fo
'2.99 ! are ^irly plentiful in spring. Fur
gSF-We have the LARGEST STOCK and LOWEST PRICESjpf
Herald and Alden's Manifeld ‘
each a I litional volume after Vol. I oo cents. thermore, it is the only ipost that of his father, that of a contractor,
10 cents extra uer volume, postage.
never married and made a fortune
«Mte-copieeof all the above works can be ex secures any quantity of the country . The elder brother came to Chicago
We carry a complete line of
«wined at leisure in the Reading Room.
luxury—grease — though the In
'to visit the younger one, who bears
gter-Publishers of periodicals are solicited dians never bring in marrow, which
the name that is the elder’s by
«menTclubb ng rates, a copy of their work for
aur Free Reading R >om—We file and bind the is a very palatable tidbit.
atte- at cl. se of every half-volume, end r-v h
grease they do bring in is the fat
lories hv advertisement.
from the back and around the joints |
the caribou, which is called hard
grease, in contradistinction to the
irAi't 1 wk 12 wk 1 1 roo J 3 mo J 6 mo
San Francisco Sept. 21—Thomas
'»5.00 »h 00 »11.00
marrow, which is soft. Both of
"neh »1.00 12 50
and James J. Corbett are
these are used in making pemmi-
3.50 5.00 8.00 15.00 24.00
to fight 10 rounds in this city for a
1 “ l 4.50 6.00 10.00 -0.00 82.00
can, which is made of dried meat,
col. 1 0.00 9 00 15.00 23.00 48.00
1 12.00 16.00 28.00 48.00 80.00
ptv se of $12,000.
pounded into shredB. and mixed
20 ‘KI 30.00 40.00 60.00 110 00
This afternoon the hoard of super
with grease and rolled into balls or
made into square or round Blabs. I visors granted • a < 1 permit
if everv description executed with neatness
Pemmican, however is a rare ar
tide nowadays, and not to be found | ll,hletic exhibition ^p.Thffhksgiving
uni despatch, at reasonable rates
A Craving for GFrease.
Oregon Forwarding Company
It will pay you to come to Ontario
and buy fall and winter goods
Gents Furrishing Goods,
Boots & Shoes,
WRITE US FOR PRICES
Oregon Forwarding Co.
anywhtre south of Resolution, and evening in this city. It was an
only there on occasion. This is nounced that the principelf in the
Tux H erald is kept regularly on file for re
contest would be Sharkey afd Cor
lerence, in the Geo. P. Rowell Newspaper Ad- chiefly because caribou are not bo
iwrtiiiii« Bureau. 10 Spruce st.. New York.
The battle wjll be fopght in
plentiful as they were formerly.and • bett.
the Indians keep most of the grease i
| for their own consumption. Nor
do thev make pemmican to any
Aam r.S.J<nm»at of IfedMoe I
Presiilent ......................... .. Grover Cleveland great extent, their substitute for it
__ Trot. W. H. Peeke, who .
Richaru S, Olney beirg the pounded meat, which is
makes a specialty of
iecretary of state
-A ■ ■
N Epilepsy, has without
John G Carlisle
•ecretary of Treasury .
Hoke smith carried in little caribou skin bags
doubt treated and cur-
Keoeetarv of Interior
ed more cascc than any
. Daniel 8. Lamont
iecretary of War
when traveling, and eaten with
lecretary of Navy
success is astonishing.
.J. Sterling Mortoi
tecretarv of Agriculture
We have heard of cases
J nd'I n Harmon grease—a pinch of pounded meat
Attorney General .........
Wm. i. Wilsou
of ao years’ standing' Manufacturer» and dealers in all kinds of
and a bite of grease
G. W. McBride.
I must confess that a plate of
I Binger Hermann 1 pounded meat and several good
i W. R. Ellis
<'. M. Iilleman sized lumps of clear grease
Win P Lord
li R Kim ni<I
terrei ary of State
<upt. Public Instruction
. r mi. aiciri
I Ando '
i R. S. Bean.
.> C. Wolverton
<n pre we Ju ine«
> F. A. Moore
N1NÜTII JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
I'S'ri. i Ju-'ge
C. W. Pnrriah.
O. L. Patterson,
C ii PNTY—HARNET t
Jaunty . ldge
. C, P. Rutherford.
.... . IK)
J C. Weleume
A . J. Me Kl nnon
l aaeMor ..
8. W. Miller
< 'n >ol Superintendent
W. (!. Hi rd
A B. Marks
H MIN KT f. H. LAND OFF1CB:
........... Thomas Jones
....... ... .A. A. Cowing
I. S. GEER & CO
Hardware and Tinware.
of his absolute cure, free to any sufferers
jjad set betore me at any time on tie
who mav send their P. O. and Express address.
» wJ»wPJen.wishingi a curo to address
u.y trip. One never gits enough rroi.W, H.FESXX,
Y. D.,4CedarSt., Hew York
grease in the north land; it is oaten
as some in the civilized world con
sume sugar; in fact, I developed a
craving for sweets that even grease , ELY’S PINEOLA BALSAM Is a sure Remedy
and for asthma. It
did not satisfy, chiefly, I suspect, fur coughs, colds, sore throat •oolites,
•bates the cough,
because the supply was so limited,
•nd render« expect-
and somewhat notable in my case
for the reason that ordinarily I sei
will Invariably derive
benefit from its use. '
dom if ever touch sweets. The ab
Many who «oppose ,
their care« to be con.
sence of bread and vegetables and
sumption are ouly 1
Buffering from a
the excessive cold undoubtedly
chronic cold or deep
seated cough, often
combine to excite the desire for
•ggravati d by ca-
tarrh. For catarrh use Ely’« Creani Balm. Both
for both grease and sweets.
•emedles are pleasant to use. Cream Balm, 60 eta.
COUGHS and GOLOS
per bottle; Pi neola Balsam. Mr.. Bold by Druggists.
ELY BROTHERS, M Warren St., New York.
MYI.VA REBEKAH Degree No. »8.
Meets every let and id Wednesday.
Miss 14'a McGee N.<t.
Sam Mothershead. Rec. Sec’y.
Both bear same Name
Chicago, Sept. 22—M P. Carney.
51 years old, and M. I’. Carney, 31
J years old, brothers, struck hands
A. O. U. W. Burns IxMtge, No 47
Meets every '2d and 4th Thursdays
¡ yesterday for the first time in their
H M Horton, M W
J W Sayer. Rec'd lives.
The home of the Carney
years ago was in Mount
HARNEY LODGE. NO. 77, I. O O F.
Meets at Odd Fellows Hall, every Saturday. I Forest, Canada, and Carney the
W. C. Bvrd. N.G.
B. D. McIntyre, Secy.
elder was 16 years of age when he
'started efT with little ceremony for
- ------------ His . t>ar>
HARNEY POST NO. 48, G. A. R.
Meetseverv 1st and 3d Wednesday of each One letter from him ill I which
■ •nth. at odd Fellows’ Hall. All Comrnds
I told them he was about to set off
>n good standing invited.
on a journey through the Black
hills. So as the time went on and
u. 8. MAIT.8.
'no further word was had, the pa r-
ents reached the conclusion that
A rrivesand departs dally,
their boy had perished.
■sr «ne—c*WT®w cttt :
veiaad Departs dally, eacept Randpr
In the meantime a new member ' 1
E3F~Tinware and Firearms promptly Repaired.
¿he Burns Bar
JOHN F. STRATTON’S
lor Violin. Cullar. Mandolin. Banjo
Finest Made. Estri Plated.
IMA«« MASK Warranted not io rust. Send for Catlg
JOHN F. STRATTON,
Importer, Manufacturer and JTholetaif Dealer'
«11. 813. 815. 817 E. tKh St.. N. Y.
I-^’Courteous treatment guaranteed.
Your patronage solic
R ami I nstruments
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JOHN F «TGATTON
■z-av> a oralt a
Eurns.Canyon Stage Line
H. A. W illiams , contractor.
Carrying U. S. Mails and Eastern Oregon Express Co’s Expe
Stages’ Leave Burns dy for Canyon City, and inteirttdi.* ti .«on