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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (April 4, 1894)
THE PIONEER FIRM
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The readers of l his paper w ill
Now is tlm best of time«, it is ¡he
I worst of times, it is an age of wis- pleased to learn that there is
dom and an age of foolishness, it is least one dreaded disease that t
an epoch of belief and a No of in- ’ elice has been able to cure in all
credulity, it is a season ot light and its stages, and that is Catarrh,
ANOTHER great discov a season of darkness, one of hope i fall’s Catan h Cure is the only
»nd one of despair, we mav have positive cure known to the medical
prosperity before us, and we ma\ fraternity. Catarrh being a con
stitutional disease, requi cs a e»n
Following up the line of prehis- have nothing
toric and well-nigh incoinnrehensi-
H is the best of times ft.r tin stitutimial treatment
hie objects that have occupied its
bugs, for class legislation ha Catarrh Cure is taken i iternall
columns for some weeks the News | put the people under their thumbs, acting directly upm the < .ood and
offers todav something pertaining t" j *l *s the worst of times for the labor mucous surfaces of toe svsum.,
our own neighborhood—somet hi ng ; er
middle class, because through . th. rein destroy i ng the foundation 1
a e 1 “I1 he disease, ami uiving the pa-
that in itself dates back perhaps jlhis class legislation, they
i tient strengih by building ,i up the
thousands of years, and that no per
‘ons'itution ami assisting natu'e
gon except a profess'd osteologist in the midst of plenty.
doit.g its work. The propnet n
It is an age of wisdom, because
could snccessfullv portray in the
light in which it should he painted the oratorical flights and elo piet ci | have so much faith in its curative
to do credit to the subject it repre I < f our present congress surpasses. (lowers, that th-\ i.fli-r One *'u'>
I any in our government history, Ired Dollars for anv case that it "AhìERCAìN” EAGLE Jutí uFriCt
A few days ago Chas. Angell and I’hat makes it an age of foolishnes- fails to cure. <» ml for list of testi
Jos. H< dson digged into the bank ot j because this wisdom is not eXerted • monials.
Address F. .1. ('HEX EV ,v po I
a g'deh leading into the river north (better the condition ot our citi
of the David Luce place and tm
Itis an epoch of belief on th«
earthed the skeleton of one of the
hug»-' animals now extinct, whose part of the gold bugs and th'-ir ad-
remains have been found all the
FA.dl'U Lit i. t
way from Mexico to Siberia
Compared to a horse, thisanimal, their own way. and then comes in
i.EiTEK HEAD*, i N u 1 • E i .
which IS of the elephant speems, the incredulity of the situation he
a few days, and you will be Btartlvd a? Hit
would have stood sixteen or seven (“ause the people have stood this peeled success that will reward \our churls
XNitively have the be.-i l»ii.*ine>s to otkr tut
E>v elopes , SPA FEdE
teen feet high. The hip bones I state of affairs about as lung a* that can be found on the luv» of tiiU vmi..
S 15.(X) |>rolit <»n SI.» 00 woi» 11 oiLi.*»........ . i 1
being easily and honorably n.a .c l> and puid »c |
measured sixty two inches across,
hundred:» of men, women, bo s, ano girls i.i our
You can make money faster Mt work tor j
and the joints of the vertebrae wen
us than vou have imv idea of. The business is
easy to learn, a.i 1 instructions so simple and pl.t*.: |
twelve inches in diameter. Tin
that all succeed from the start. Those who t.J. :
jaws were comparatively small, con remedy and applying the healing hold of’ t'm business reap the advantage ¡ ' :
arises from the sound reputation of one of Iho '
taining teeth that were 4x8 inches balsam to the wounded feelings of oldest, most successful, and largest publishing
houses in America.
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in diameter across the face. Sock the people, it is an epoch of dark that the busineee ho rcndllv nn«l ... ban<l-*onielv
All beginners succeed grandly, and more t .'in
ets of the hip joints wereeight inclie- 1 ness dec ¡use the people cannot, see realize their greatest expectations. Those v <•<>
"•v It find exactly as we tell them. There ispl-ntv
across. 'The bones were not well tile light as expounded by our great of room for a few more workers, and we i,rro
them to begin at. once. If you are already em
but have a few spare moments, and wish
preserved, therefore the measure leaders, and while they have no ployed,
o use them to advantage, then write us at once
is your grand opportunity), aud receive
merits were no doubt incorrect in
ull narticuiars by return mail. Address,
TRUE & CO.. Box No. 400, Augusta, N1
many instances. But the News
man was present at the disinter
Cnrm-r of ]-.tt
merit, ami witmssed the measure who have a hold on the political ,
meat, of the bones as they actually I plow handles, to enact such laws as s • I
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existed. The head crumbled upon i ( will give relief to the thousands ic
being expo-ed to the air, vet some >ur government now m want ami
of it was preserved. Instead of the i eatress
Wd naturally hope for something
brain cavity as the sime exists in
but expect nothing, since
the skull if a domestic animal, tin- i 1
head of this monster was honey hoping against hope has been g-.ii e
combed with hundreds of main cells on tor the last twenty rive r ¡him Catijfs. Trade marks. Design PaterL? Copyright,
A:» 1 til’ PiVHBt biisint Bb rendu *-d for
The skeleton was lying upon its years and nothing miterialitil vet
back beneath about four feet of|
Information nr 1
n to luvrntom without
alkali cement, a deposit, supposed I
to have been formed by the action
WEDNESDAY APRIL 4.18! 4
ot a large body of water. 1’ait o
cue large tusk was found. This
was about seven f«et long, and I
measure I twenty-six inches in cir
cumference at the large end and
twenty inches at the smaller end,
tapering gradually, and which, if
coming near to a point, must have(
been of immense length. This tusk ,
was partly exposed by the water i
from rain and melting snow having j
washed a gully on one side of the 1
giant’s lonely sepulcher. The late t
David L .ice while riding after stock !
bi'f summer saw the*tusk sticking
out nf the hank, a id told Messrs.
Angell and Hodson, who instituted
a search and were agreeably re-!
w irded for their trouble
•Judge Hazeltine went down with I
his camera and took a view of the |
helpless mastodon as he lay on his
back in the earth, and now has the
same on exhib.tion in his gallery.
Mr. Angell treated the bones to a
heavy coat of varnish, and will keep
them on exhibition for a time, tin-,
less he concludes t" dis|K»se of them-
He intend» to make a tho ough
*earch about the premises in ho|»es
r>f uncovering the remainder oi the
skeleton, which so far consists of ¡he
head, one tusk and | art ofthe spine,
the hips and shoulders and some
*>'lierofthe larger bones.—Grant
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