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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 11, 1896)
EAST OREGON HERALD AND
Consolidated July 22,
NOVEMBER 11 1896,
BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON.
MASON & LONDON.
j thoughts were of his wife and three
•children. He asked Mate Llewel
lyn many questions, and the mate
was badly frightened, asserting that
Fred Cook, the name he went by,
had gone stark crazy. After a short
conversation Miller succeeded in
convincing Llewellyn that he was
I rational; that his home was at
, Wilkesbarre, Pa., and that his
| name was not Cook, but Miller
Frqm Llewellyn he learned that he
had made at least two trips to Liv
erpool and return and one trip to garWe have the LARGEST STOCK and LOWEST PRICES JpJT
the West Indees and South Ameri
We carry a complete line of
Miller has a faint recollection of
tropical scenes, but it is all like a
dream, he says.
nothing of Liverpool, where he |
originally shipped from, or on what
vessel he sailed. He could hardly
realize, when Llewellyn counted up
that it was Sept. 26, 1896. He
could not be convinced, how ver,
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It will pay you to come to Ontario
Il.ive on Hand a New and Complete stock of
and buy fall and winter goods
Dry . oods,
Hats and Caps,
Boots and Shoes,
at ^F8t’ a8 he
,n,l8t 5e East-
* I er Sunday, 1895. as he had just the
Gents Furrishmg Goods,
Boots I Shoes.
Prici'S as low as any R R. point, with addition of freight.
dav before been walking on the
fiSrSpecia^attet.tmn to MAIL ORDERS-Correspondece solicited (
of WilkeBbBrre. Then came
Audress Mason & London, Burns, Oregon.
back to him. he says, the thoughts
of that awful struggle in the alley,
| when he was knocked down and
He Lost Over A Y ear.
Could it be possible that
1 he had wandered away from home?
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY , Jason L. Miller, who mysterious-,
1 He could not tell how he came
ly disappeared from Wilkesbarre, . ,
. . ,
to turn sailor, but lie surmises thati
W. C. BYRD & SON.
he must have reached either New
1895. has returned home with a v,
,, , .
P ublishers and P roprietors .
. i York, Philadelphia or Baltimore m
strange story of having wandered , .
: the box car and while out of his
all over the world, suffering from
«.Iked on a,hip, where he M.„„r„tu,er. .nd d..ler. in .11 krnd..r
One Year ...............
was put to work. The mate told
Six Months ............
a few weeks ago on board a British
him that he talked very little and
vessel, working as a sailor.
that his name, Fred Cook, was
He says that on the night he
evidently given him bv seme em
disappeared he was at the Lehigh
ployment agent, who had failed to
Valley station, when some man
.. .Grover Cleveland
ascertain his real name.
i risking Tackles ▲nd Sporting Goods.
fresitent ................. .
Adlai Stevenson told him that George Heller, the
Miller found a card in his pocket |
S«.'retary of state
Richard 8, Olney
John G. Carlisle ticket agent, wanted to see him in
Ucretary of Treasury .
HF"linwaro and Firearms promptly Repaired.
............ Hoke Smith
lecretary uf Interior
u , ,,
followed the ____
and . he spvs, in which it was stated that i I
Daniel 8. Lamont town.
ieeretary of War
Hilary A. Herbert
iacretary of Navy
he, Fred Cook, was to serve hs sail
.. J. Sterling Morton was led into an alley, where he was
tecreury of Agriculture
Jude« n Harmon
or on an English ship from Liver
sandbagged and robbed. When he
pool to Philadelphia and return and
regained his senses, he found him-
G. W. McBride.,
i receive his board, clothes and 12
J. h . Mitchell. I ¿elf in a box car, loaded
shillings for his services.
i Binger Hermann I
castings It was a bitterly cold
■ «ngreantnen ................
(W. R. Ellie
. <\ M. Idleman
The ship sighted land a few
Attorney (.«euei al ....
Wtn P Ixird night, and he was nearly frozen, as
ti R Kincaid
teeretary of State . . .
afterward and stopped at Newport
..Phil. Metgchan he had on only a shirt, a pair of
*'.ipt. Public Inatructiou
... GM Irwin
He i News for repairs, and he and a
R......... W II Lae<to trousers, shot s and stockings.
The clothes I comrade slipped ashore. He had
(npreMe Judge« ..................... > C. '. Wolverton had i o hat or coat.
K. A. Moore
he did have on did not appear to be ■ no money, but quickly earned some
NINETII JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
wrote to his wife that he was alive
J'ttrict Judge............... D .. . M. D. CLiFroki. i his own, as they were filthy with
C. W. Parrieh.
and well and then got home as
mint-Representative .(R). . . .O. L. l'attersou dirt and were badly tern.
STEPHENS & RICHARDSON, Proprietor
J quickly as possible.
...........(R)............. A. W.Guwan
hack of his head was aching terri
At the time of his disappearance
cocnty — harney :
blv. where he bad l»een struck
Jotinty j idge ......... ......... C. P. Rutherford.
Miller was train dispatcher on the
H. Kelley His sides gave him great
Lehigh Valkv road, Wilkesbarre.
J. C. Welcome
TA. McKinnon where he had been kicked.
His wife and children, who had
(D) A. J. McKinnon
very given him up as dead, are over
• (D)............ w. Miller
* •'i ►>! 4<inerintendent
w C. R' rd
his return.— New York
’t »eg 1 nupector
......... ••••Gcu. Treiraskis rapid rate, and he made an effort jove^
( D) 1
A B. Marks
Guo. Hagey to get up, but the pain in his head
caused him to swoon away again.
harney v. a. land ofsicb :
.Thomas Jones His eyes b came dimmer and dim
.............................. A. A. Cowing
^gFCourteous treatment guaranteed. Your patronage solic
mer, and he struggled hard to fight
off the peculiar drowsiness that was
creeping over him That was the and la the retali of coMt and
sudden climatic changes.
ihe last he remembeied until he It
by a , pleasant
SYLVA REBEKAH Degree No. 4S.
found himself on board of an Eng
M»»t»«very lit and M Wednesday.
Mtns I.e’a WcGee W.O.
~ log quickly aixorbad it give«
lilh ship, bound for America.
at once. _
Sam Mothershead. Rec Sec’y.
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Hardware and Tinware.
ihe Bums Bar
Ely’s Cream Balm
H could not realize for hours, he
that he was reallv Oil a ship, to acknowledged to b« th« moot thorough «ore for
A- O. U. W. Rnrns Ixidae, No 47
, . r
Naaal Catarrh. Cold in H«« m and Hay Fever of all
WsetseveryM and 4th Thursdays
jfarawoy from hh familv. Tore- feme
remediea. It open« and eleanacs th« n-aal paaaagea,
H M Horton, M w . I
““O' pain and inflammation, heal« the anre», pro-
' I the membrane from eoida, reetore« the een«e«
j w sayer. Rec*d , assure himself of nis identity he ? tecta
at taate and emetl. Price Me. at Dm?rl«ta or hv mail.
looked in a mirror and recognized BLY BROTHERS, M Warm Street. New York.
HARxuy tnnc.K, wo. 17, I. o O F.
fallows Hall, everv Saturday,
w r. Bred. N. O.
B. D. McIntyre, Secy.
M. Phy.^„omy Thm.Monir
one change, and that was that he r
was attic« d as i sailor. His first wr
Who eaa think
of HIM Mm pie
------- tteln* to patent?
Burns-Canyon Stage Line
J. A. H ai . labay , contractor.
Carrying U.S. Mails and Eastern Oregon Express Co’m Ex pest
fnXZiT B°rn8 Tue*day «Thursday,Saturday,for Canyon City,
and intermedi t» »ointa, Fare 15.