Clipped From Morning Oregonian
f n- hit Portland tbis a t v e f i i i u througb a lalo a H^Al'Iin 'Â· Bl'FKA.I.Â» H UNTIES STOH\. The Hnppner (iiizef.'f is guilty of publishing the following: A warty of hunters in the mountains were listening to John Hendricks spinning stories about his adventures on his b*-ar ana buffalo hunts, and John went on that Uie softest snap he ever struck In the business wiaa when hunting on the pee-ra-rah tit-lug film wind as a motive power. Iu with Buffalo Bill and other noted hunters he was camped on the plains, aod all llit'lr hordes were turned loose to graze. i me fin 3 morning they rolled out of tbÂ«!r blankets and found that every horse had r u n o f f t v the Arrappahoes. Tbe band huff a U - t b e outfit were following had the BonlhweM, and John announced his nifnalloc to continue on after them. Bill o(T afoot to neapttire the horses. As Bonn UH tbe prairie wind mse that afternoon John up a mat and sail on his wagon, ami blew him on after the buSalo. By BkiHtul handling and Hating ravines on the Joino, hÂ« was able to make an average of M miles a and io 4 5 ; days he overhauJed ttie butlalu acd went to hunting. He killed ail the game lie wanted, and areeeetland piled np jj'tnnds ot meaL \Vhen he was rentiy to tbe wsua was not favorable, so he wintered where Le was and shot wolves wbo came to smell of the meat, which aoon froze BO tbpy could not bite It. In the spring John oliO cord* of wolf pelts, besides all tbe buffalo meat fiD-i hides, and as soon as the wind toward the northeast be hoisted his wagon am! got Mown back to last year's camp, hÂ« fount' pome of the boys, who had all the borsee. They hitched up and ed liy;JoliD to the big cache of meat.