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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 2, 1896)
EAST OREGON HERALD AND
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Consolidated July 22,
BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON
ANOTHER MORNING PAPER.
seems to pe good reasons
CHEAPEST PRICES. for There
believing that Portland will soon
Oregon Forwarding Company
haye another morning paper. And
if such is the case there is no doubt
but it will be a creditable one in
all respects. It is said that several
prominent men are figuring on the
proposition, and will arriyeatsome
definite conclusion in a day or
Have on Hand a New and Complete stock of
If the paper is started, it will not
be lacking in funds to push it along gtF'We have the LARGEST STOCK and LOWEST PRICES^JRM
until it can be placed on a paying.
We carry a complete line of
basis. With the necessary amount
of money, all the brains and ability n.u Rnnde
11 i v*£»/J nan
rn 1 ok
I has it that typesetting machines
I will be ordered from the east next I
Gents Furbishing Goods,
week and the new enterprise launch
ed as soon es possible.
< It cannot be said authentically
Boots & Shoes,
at this time just who is at the back
of the movement, but they are all
sound business men who are not
accustomed to trifling. It will be
Prices a« low as any R R. point, with addition of freight.
a first-class newspaper. — Welcome.
«^“Special attention to MAIL ORDERS—Correspondece folicited
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Address Mason Ar London, Burns, Oregon.
MASON & LONDON.
It will pay you to come to Ontario
and buy fall and winter goods
Dry C oods,
Hats and Caps,
Boots and Shoes,
WRITE ÜS FOR PRICES
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
Oregon Forwarding Co
A laska Bear Story.
This is the best medicine in the
tv t I world for bowel mplaints.
San Francisco, Nov. 26—H J ,
PltUJSHED EVERY WEDNESDAY
1 acts quickly anjj
^always ..Lui ..
Barling,, who is identified- with the - ----5- ----
.[depended upon. When reduced |
salmcn industry of Alaska, has luat I
W. C. BYRD a SON.
„ with water it is pleasant to take,
P ublishers and P roprietors .
1 1 ry it, and like many others you
brought with him someof the largest.
will recommend it to your friends
in ban r ran-’ -
bl'Usera PTION RATES:
by Dniggi«to? “"d WI
i» .'I k.»d.«I
cisco. One of them, a perfect and
One Year .................. »...............................
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unblemished skin of an enormous
grizzlv, measures 12 feet from tip
to tip. Mr. Barling has a marve
Are. r.S.Jmtnal <,/ MHv
lous tale to relate of a native’s way
Fiat. vV® IL Peeke, who
of killing a bear. It is this:
11*1»« TaolelssAnd Sporting Good».
. .Grover Cleveland
I L 1 ,,vln« «’Frtetaat his
Richaru 8, Olney
lecreiary of State .. ..
■ ■ k J t“«** »• astonishing. 1
. John G. Carlisle Kodiak island,” he said, “•» well as
teeretary of Treasury . .
HF" tinware and Firearms promptly Repaired.
'Ye h“ve heard of cases |
teccetarv of Interior
of ao years* «tending I
. Daniel 8. Lamont a large number of cinnamon bears.
iacretary of War
lacretary of Navy ..............
. .. A. . Herbert
4e.;retary of tgrlcttltnre. . J. Sterling. Morton [ was cruising around in a launch
■" “ ”
Postmaster General ..... ’ Wm. L Wilson
«TAT» —OREGON :
when I espied twoimmense grizzlies
4G. W. McPride.
J. H.Mitehell. not very far up the creek.
f Ringer Hermann 1 we»e so large I did not care to go
iW. R. Elli«
Attorney Getterai ....
.... Win P Ixird after them, but when I got back to
U R Kin eaid
4-“retarv of State .. .
Phil. Metachan Karluk I communicated the fact to
fapt. Public Instruction
W H l^eda an fndian who enjoyed the reputa
! > R.
' 8. Bean. tion of being one of the best hunters
<npreM« I «igea
. .? C. Wolverton
» > F. A.
1 in thai stction. Although 52 years
XINETH JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
Jtatrlct Ju-tge .............. D .. M. D. C liffoni » old, he had to ask his mother's per
C. W. Parrfih.
folot-Representative . .(R) -O. L. Patterson. mission, which being granted, he
STEPHENS & RICHARDSON, Proprietor'
toint-Scnator . . .....(R)............ A. W.Gowan
started across country after the
rntHTV— harm nr:
Caveats, and Trade-Mr
Ined, and all Pat
Jonnty « »1*«
................ C. P. Rn'herford.
‘ Some of the natives of Kodiak ent Our
Tr .‘»surer ..
J. C. Welcome,
we can a ecu re patent in leea time than tnoee
n .... t a . McKinnon use hre arm« on their hunting ex- ’ win
<«r»evor . .
■emote from Washington.
A . J. M< Ki”non 1
Send model, drawing or photo., with deserip-
8. w. Miller peditions, but this fellow simply'
ton We advise. if patentable or not. free of
nil .•»■i^erintendeut .. .iD)
.w. C. Bird
*r??’ ‘*nr ^ee no* “ne
patent la eecured
• .... Geo. Tregaakia armed himself with a long spear. |
A PaMehtet. “How to Obtain Patent«.'’ with
names oraetual clionta inyourHtate. county, or
A. B. Marka
Geo. Hagey He greased bis head and got to wind- • town, aent free. Address,
ward of the animals. He dug a
hakxf . v r. a. law » orncB:
.................... Thoma* loner
Opposite Patent Offiw. W^hirqton, 0. C
hole in the ground, planted one end
.............. ....... A. A. Cowing
^"Courteous treatment guaranteed. Your patronage solic
( of the spear fi ruily with the point
in the direction of the bear and
crouched down. The bear came
along and licked the head of the
SYLVA REBKKAH Decree So. ».
Indian. With a swift and dextrous
Meet» every lit and M Wedneaday.
move tn ii t the native cut a gash in
Mtea I-a’a Mct.ee X.<*.
sent Motherehead. Bee. Sec’J.
the bear's neck with the sharp spear
point. The angered animal drew
back a few yards and made a ruth.
A. O. ü. W. Ruma Ixxlge. Xo 47
, He impaled himself on the spear
Meet« every 2d end 4th Thuradav»
Burns-Canyon Stage Line
H M Horton. M W. | I point, and all was over.”
J W Myer. Rac’d , i
J. A. H alladay , contractor.
Carrying U.S. Mails and Eastern Oregon Express Co’s Expess
sutxrv rnnoB. xn. n. i. o o F.
I. S. GEER & co
Hardware and Tinware.
4 :•»■ i J. 1 Fellows Hall, everv Pstwrdgv,
7 40 P ™.
w. c. Byrd. X. O. 1
B. D. MclBtyr«, Secy.
xhe Bums Bar
Stages Leave Burns Tuesday .Thursday .Saturday,for Canyon City
and intermediate joints, Fart 15.