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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (July 22, 1896)
AN1 ED—I desire to cor-
the 4-year-old daughter of Post
master Nelson, of Susanville, was
who may be able to supply
found Sunday, sitting on a pile of
me wi h choice Indian re ica
driftwood by the riverside, appar-
as spearheads, arrow heat’s, stone
rned, after being r lost I pipe», e°l- Writ« roe.
- j 'you have. Address: H. P H amilton ,
seven days. The child recognized . r'u
the man who found her, said'
‘‘Hello” and called him by name.'
She said she had not been
FOB HARNEY COUNTY.
frightened; she knew that she was
lost, but thought she would soon Geo.Tregaskis, Burns,Or.
Are Cold Baths Dangerous!
(___ notion of the injur-
' aLt of a cold bith taken by
ious t effectoi
one who is overheated from exer
cise must possess—as all such ideas
hlVe-some basis in experience,
Good cord wood delivered on short notice and at Reasonable Rates.
yet it ia 'alsified bv the experience
of athletes from the days of the
Greeks and Ramans even until now,
who find ’n this procedure a re
freshing an.l stimulating tonic af find papa. It is learned that the
O. B Dingle, — Diamond, Oregon.
ter the exertions they have recent »ittle one lived on berri s and flesh
H. S. Morris,
— Riley, Oregon.
from the carcass of a calf killed by
Anl. physiologically speaking, a coyotes, quenched her thirst at the
cald plunge or douche taken iir.me river, where she washed her face
diately after the physical effort,
when the skin is acting freely and nim -mile circuit in the most dan
there is a sense of beat throughout gerous part of the mountains. She
the holy, is as rational as in the suffered none. Her preservation is
experience of the athlete it is ben regarded as a miraele.
Leave orders at Worthington’s Drug Stor«.
The popular belief doubtless
rests on the injurious effects which
may b’ induced bv the bath on one
Struck By Lightning.
him with a cough. In speaking of
how he cured it he says: “I used'
! several kindo of cough syrup but
tie of Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy
which relieved me almost instantly
and in a short time brought about
a complete cure.” When troubled
with a cough or cold use this remedy I
and you will not find it necessary)
to try several kinds before you get
relief. It has been in the market I
for over twenty years and constant |
ly grown in favor and popularity.
For sale at 50 cents per bottle by
PLACE TO GET BARGA INS IN HOSIERY, UNDERWARE,
GLOVES, MITTONS, TOWELS, FLANNELS, ETC.
Located first block East of Church.
W. H. C anaday , Manager.
C. H. VOEGTLY,
Dr. W.L. Marsden,
Durring the winter of 1893, F.
M. Martin. Long Reach, West Va , BURNS
contracted a severe cold which left |
paid a visit to some caves four miles | found no relief until I bought a bot-
distant from here
In one of these caves they found
the bodies and skel-tons of 20 men
Some of the men had been recently
murdered, while only the skeletons
oi others remained
three Americans among those who
wjre murdered. They were recog
n'x-d by their clothing.
Th” ghastly discovery has caused
great concern, and the authorities
are working hard to bring the per
petrator« to justice.
probable to be decided upon during'
the present month than at any per
iod since her conviction. The cus
tom of the home office is to review REAL ESTATI AGENT.
sentences passed on female con-.
victs at the end of eeyen years from I
the date of sentence.
Mrs Mavbrick has now been sev I
I tW~Practices before U 8. Land Office.
en years in prison, and, although
the home secretary lately an- ‘
nouneed that he had reconsidered
the ease, and held to the conviction,
L ondon , July 16 —The release of'
Mrs. Florence Maybrick is more,
there is reason to hope that he will
to a revision of the sentence
Mex , .Im
„. y 16.—For sever-]
al months there has been a band of
Pf'na‘ servitude for life.
robbers operating in this vicinity
and many mysterious disappear
ances of travelers through this sec
tion have been reported to the au
thorities, but no trace of the miss-
ing was obtained until yesterday,
when a party of pleasure seekers
who does not resort to it immediate
ly, but allows time for the effects of
fatigue to show themselves on the
muscles and nerves, and for the
surface of the body to get cool
Taken then, the bath is more like
ly to depress than to stimulate.
There is less power of reaction and
greater liability to internal inflam
At such a time a warm
rather than a cold bath is more
Skeleto . in Cave.
Mrs. Maybrick's Case.
: : ::Dantistry::: :
MACHINE SHOP IN CONNECTION.
ets. repaired promptly and satisfactory.
By DR. D. B. CBTE
Bicycles, Mowing Machines, Guns,
Every kind of first-class Dentistry
done oi. short notice and in a work
Cheap for Cash.
Carpen ter ..... .and ...
Fine Work...............................Low Prices.
This is to certify that on May 11
to Melick’s drug store on
L evdvii . lk , Colo., Julv 15.—Dur
ing a terrible thunder storm in the a pair of crutches and bought a
mountains west of the citv, today, bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm
BONG GEE, Proprietor.
five men were struck by lightning, for
and al! are now in the hospital here,1
three probably fatally injured. The using three bottles I am completely
men composed a section crew on cured. I can cheerfully recommend
the Colorado Midland railroad, and it—Charles II. Wetzel, Sunbury,
W're working near Thomasville, Pa.
Sworn and subscribed to before
80 miles from Leadvi'lc. Heavy !
"E. McNElL, Receiver.
rain drove them to shelter, which me on August 10, 1894.—Walter
For sale at 50
two <>f them found under a large Shipman, J. P.
rock near the track, the other three cents per liottle by druggists.
i Gives the choice of two transcontinental
getting under a giant pine. Soon
there came a blinding flash, and
Those who are troubled with
the g-eat tree was riven to splinters,
rheumatism should try a few ap I NORTHERN
fhe three tinder it wore stricken as
plications of Chamberlain’s Pain '
*:th death, while the two under the
Balm, rubbing the pans vigorously | SPOKANE.
r’K-k near by were shocked and
at each application. If that
stunned, hut so< n ri entered e«»n-
not bring relief dampen a piece of
Low rates to all Eastern cities.
••■iousiiess. and were able to sum
flannel with Pain Balm and bind it
mon assistance, They found three
on over the seat if pain and prompt kave portland ev
bla.-kened trunks, from wh'ch all >
relief will purely follow. For eale I
clothing had been torn, but there
*ere siifns of life
For full details call on O. RAN
Agent, Baker City, or addr«M
— Don’t forget Henry Cheatham I
W. H. H urlburt ,
Other Oregon New«.
i obi ber. desires a part of your pat-!
» kn pass aot Portland, Oer.
WHOLESALE DEALER IN
First door south of Post Office.
B urns , O regon .
0.1. & I. (0..
PtA. ixrwc,Ur. J lb 14.—Emma -onage, at the new barber shop.
General Fire & Life Insurance Agent.
Representing the following well known companies:
Equitable Life Assurance Society of New York.
National Life Association of Hartford, Conn.,
Standard Accident Insurance Company of Detroit,
Preferred Accident Insurance Company of N. Y
Fireman’s Fund Fire Insurance Company af 8. F,
Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society of Liverpool, Eng.
B urns ,
H arnby C ounty .
O rygon .