Bear in Little Valley-1

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Bear in Little Valley-1 - IKES LITTLE» I IT OTT Minis of Male Populalioo...
IKES LITTLE» I IT OTT Minis of Male Populalioo 315 Dogs Active In Twenly- FOOP HOOP Cliase LITTLE VALLEY, Dec. 14.--Assuming 14.--Assuming that Randolph is a dangerous place for bandits, it must now also be conceded that Little Valley" is dangerous place for bears. The adventurous adventurous wanderer who invaded village Saturday afternoon and led three hundred and seventy-five dogs and two-thirds of the male population population of the village, excluding the lame, the halt and the blind, or of them, a twenty-four hour chase, now bears mute testimony to the fact i before a cloud of witnesses, in Will Newton's garage. He was a black, yearling boar, he weighs just a hundred pounds. Dave Whipple saw him first, coming from Napoli- Then Mrs. Andrew Case saw him entering the field where her grandchildren were play- ing in the snow. She got them to house and the bear went on to the village. Otto Kahler saw him and called to the children ski-ing in cemetery to run. The bear came across the cemetery. Mrs. John Rickert saw him as he stopped looked and then galloped off toward E.-J

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  1. Times Herald,
  2. 14 Dec 1920, Tue,
  3. Page 6

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