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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 3, 1897)
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what their grandmothers did and
W AN1 E D— I desire to co 1 s
'^spond with Oregon partie-
.vho may be able to supply
that their grandmothers were much
me wi h choice Indian relics
more active in domestic duties than unci! as spear bends, arrow hem.8, stone
they art, and were obliged to take pipes, eel. \\ rite me. telling ur- what
you have. Address: II. 1* H amilton ,
su< h f >od as they had at hand
Two Rivers, Wsconsin.
‘•Bread was then the staff of life, i
Good cord wood delivered on short notice and at Reasonable Rates
The sturgeon, once so common,
and rightly, too. It was made from
is a fish now rarely seen in the I
Nature’s wheat, containing all the
Leave orders at Worthington’s Drug Store
Portland markets. Although high phosphates, the muscle-forming
ly esteemed in some countries and find, and heat and force necessary
finding a ready sale in the cities of for feeding
Now, this wonderful
the East, especially in a smoked grain, in our niann-r of preparation,
condition, it never was much of a has been robbed of the phosphates
favorite here, being chiefly used by ' and a portion of its muscle food,
cheap hotel» and restaurant», where | and as the poorer c-asses depend
C A' SWEEK,
it was served up under the name of more upon bread than 'the middle
“sea bass” or ‘‘fillet of s >le.”
or upper classes, they have suffered I
A few 3 ears sit ce parties came ! most.”
here and engaged in the business of |
shipping sturgeon Ea«t, and the
L. S. Login, Frank Hoffman, the
fishermen went into the business of ,
Siehel Cattle Company and others
catching them wholesale, and soon
1 of Crook county have made a sale'
the Columbia was strung with stur
of cattle to Mr. Mellick, who pur-i
geon lines as numerous as the!
! chased cattle in Prineville last sum-! ONTARIO
streets of Portland are with electric '
mer. The prices paid are as fol-,
wires, and ho.ika by the ton were
1 lows: Thiee-vear old steer«, $23; 1 “
set tor the doomed sturgeon. Fish
2-year-old steers and I cows with «1
PLACE TO GET BARGAINS IN HOSIERY, UNDERWARE»
C mmiysioner James Crawford has1
calves by their side, $17 50; drv jj
stated that over 4,000,003 pounds
GLOVES, MITTONS, TOWELS, FLANNELS, ETC.
I cows, $14; 2-year old 1.eifere, $13 J
of sturgeon was shippeu from the1 yearling steers, $12;
Located first block East of Church.
yearling heif- BEAL ESTATI AGENT.
Columbia jiver in 1892, and also , ers, $9.
W. H. C anaday , Manager.
that over 95 000 pounds of caviare,
sturgeon fjg«, was shipped the
Dealness Cannot be Cured.
i BUB ITS
The number of sturgeon caught by local application«, as they can
Practices before U- S. Paini Office.
during th* winter and spring of not reach the diseased portion of
1892-3 in the Columbia was over the ear. There is only one way to
10,000, more than 20 per cent of cure deafness and that is by const! .
Deafness is I
which weie small fish. It is un tutional remedies.
necessary to say that liut few have .
been shipped since, hut as it was j the mucous lining of the Eustach-,
!ian Tu’ e. When this flame gets! PHYSICIAN
not practicable to catch them all at
once, there are still a few in the inflamed you have a rumbling I Qfpice
river, but it is seldom any find their sound or imperfect hearing, and'
deafness| BURNS . .
I when it is entirely closed
way to this maiket.
Although there is no difficulty in i
procuring sturgeon eggs, and the i mation can be taken out and this
method of propagating them arti tube restored to its normal condi
j tion, hearing wiP be destroyed for
1 • •
ficially is well understood, no steps
so far have been taken toward re.1
lb DR. D. B. CBTE
I caused by catarrh, which is nothing
stocking the Columbia.
but an imflamed condition of the
If the riyer were rertockad and
the fishing placid under some pr p
done 01 short notice mid in
We will give One Hundred Doi- manlike manner.
er le.-trietii ns, it might again be
| lars for at y case of Deafness (caus
come a souice of great profit to the
ed by catarrh)thal can not be cured
fisl c men. It might be a w. rk of
by Hall’s Catarrh Cure. Send for
8 ime difficulty to strip a female
s urgeon of li< r eggs, but it would
F. J. C heney , A Co. Propts.,
n >t be necessary to handle many < f
them, for the full grown fish yield
Sold by druggists, 75 cts.
o i an average <4* 10 gallons of eggs,
Hail’s Family Pills are the best
which, at. 168,000 egg« to the gallon,
Fine Work,........................... Low Piices.
makes 1.680,000 eggs to the fish. I
The Weekly Oregonian and T he
A doz n or two fish would yield
H ehai . d for only two dollars a year.
eggs enough to stock any river
Subscribe or renew at once and se
Just what legislation in regard
cure your county paper and the
to fish is coming before the legisla
most newsy weekly published >n
ture is not known, hut fishermen
Every intelligent read
should not fol get to have some
er cannot help hut see the advan
BONG GEE, Proprietor.
thing done to protect the steelhead
tage of getting two papers for the
salmon aid the sturgeon, which are i
price of one. We hope our sub
now in course of being exterminated
scriber« will see the point and give
at a lap d rate.
us a call.
J olinson s Cash
C. H. VOEGTLY,
; : ::Dantistry
Mixed Diet A Necessity
Mrs. S. R Rorer, th« famous in
structor in the science of cooking
and domestic economy generally,
gives this advice concerning mixed
diet: “As all things have been
given us by Nature for Fonie good
purpose, 1 have always ad vocated
a mixed diet. If Nature had in-
tended us for meat cab rs only we
would have had meit teeth alone..'
but we ha»"« grinders for the ma-ti .
eating and th- grinding of grain,
which teaches us at once that a
mixed diet is necessary.
• people are rather c >r «creative '
in matter» of charige, especially re .
girdi.ig food, looking bai k
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
This is the best medicine in the
world for bowel
acts quickly and can always be Gives the choice <>f two transcontinental
depended upon, When reduced
crib water it is pleasant to take.;
fry it. and like many others you NORTHERN RY
will recommend it to your friends j
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