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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 4, 1896)
EAST OREGON HERALD AND
Consolidated July 22,
BURNS. HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON.
MASON & LONDON
Have on Hand a New and Complete stock of
NOVEMBER 4 1896,
Denver, Col.. Oct 29.— A spec al
to the News from Cheyenne, Wvo.,
says: The Overland Flyr on the
i Union Pacific, westbo*und, due here
at 9:55 p m, is reported stuck in
the snow between Ogallala and Big
springs, Neb. She is now five
hours late A violent mow storm
is raging in Nebraska »nd it is iui-
>~ypossible to tell when trains will re-
His Brain Destroyed.
Oregon Forwarding Company
lit will pay you to come to Ontario
and buy fall and winter goods
fJF*We have the LARGEST STOCK and LOWEST PRICES Jgff
San Francisco, Cal. 28 —William
We carry a complete line of
Kennedy, the well digger who was
pinned to the bottom of a 60 foot
well last Friday by a crowbar
I which fell from the surface of the
ground and penetrated his brain,
laud lived to tell how it happened,
(died in great agony, in the city and
countv hospital last night.
How Kennedy lived at all after
the accident is a puzzle to the phy
sicians. When the wound was laid
open by Autopsy Surgeon Morgan
p.-jp,.« n« lov ns anv R R. point, with addition of freight.
£iS8T*<pecial attention to MAIL ORDERS—Correspondece solicited at the morgue, it was found that
Address Mason & London, Burns, Oregon.
fully one-third of the brain had es
caped through the great hole made
by the crowbar, and the remainder
A Philadelphia Mrs. Malaprop was badlv decomposed. The point
| of the heavy crowbar had pene
There is a Mrs. Malaprop living (trated (he skull ju9t over the right
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY
J — in
up ' town whose
. temple, passing through the skull
her everyday talk would fill a good | ¡in the rear, fracturing the bone ii
W. C. BYHD & SON.
sized volume, aud most of then» are 0| a hundred pieces. Yet K
Pt’RLT«HFR* AND PROPRIETORS.
funny enough to deserve publica-
lived three days and was i
ti n She was telling a neighbor I
of hiB sufferings almost up to
Si IM KI I’flON RAI ES:
the other dav about a friend of the time of his death.
r M nuli»
hers who had bought a bicycle
' “He went and bought the tiling,”
she said, "for $15, and when he
I went out to ride it the first thing
'Fishing Taolaclss And Sporting Goods.
......... Grover Cleveland don’t you go,’ sez I to him, ‘and
Kieharo S, olriey get a good wheel and pay for it on
iwri-uuy of St Hl“
John G. Carlisle
♦«< r-.’ihrv of I'reHiury
AND ITS ^CVRB
î-f*” 1 inware and Eiroarms promptly Repaired.
Hoke Smith the European plan?’”
Ivi-eUri of 1 nterlor
To the E ditor :—I have an absolute I
Daniel S. Lamont
l4urret*ry of Wnr
Hilary A. Herbert she wjnt over to a neighbor’s house remedy for Consumption.
l4ucretary of Navy
By its timely ___
use i Burns,
J. Sterling Morton
!’“■■'•'» of ifricultnre.
II k mds of hopeless cases have been already
Jud'-in Hnrnion for a recipe for mayonnaise dress
U!<tr i«j Gi'.ieial
~>nently cured. So proof-positive am I
Win. 1. Wilson
p.»*: master Gei.era!
ing. She said: "llow d’ve do Mrs o> its power that I consider it my duty to
arATK— orkgon :
send two bottles free to those of your readers
G. W. McBride.' Smith?
I want to make chicken who have Consumption, Throat, Bronchial or
”’,r,n,uu | ' salad tonight, and I thought I’d Lung Trouble, if they will write me their
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express and postoffice address. Sincerely,
I . M. Idletnan get you to give me a recipe”—pro
T. A. SLOCUM, M. C., I&3 Pearl St., Hew York.
Win P l<ord
W The Editorial and Bnslneaa Management of
4“ retar» of stale
!> K Kin'aid nouncing it in two syllables—“for
this Paper Guarantee this generous Proposition.
... Phil. MotaebHii '
Mt. r.i lie Inatructtoa
............. GM Irwin Movamensing
R.................. W H Laed«
> R S. Bean. winter her house caught fire and
/Vom F..9. Jowrent r>f
anr»n« Ju<1 re«
' F. A. Moore
Prof. W. H. Peeke, w.o
^was slightly damaged. To her
?.’n.lfes “ "Peciulty of
NINFTII JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
f* ••r!ct Ji,-o
M. D. CLirroAo I
■ ■ w doubt
treated nnd cur-
If wri.-T a rni-v .
c. W. Farrlali. trouble was caused by a disinfected
cd more cascc than any
O. L. Puttervou.
STEPHENS & RICHARDSON, Proprietor
M 8 ^B living Physician; his
........... (R)............... A. W.Gowan flue.
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On another occasion an acci
'\c have heard of cases
of so ycais’ standing
dent occurred on the street oppo
A cured by
Bounty . a.l¿e
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She and her cronies
11. Kelley I site her house.
............. . ’R>
J. C. Welcome
T A. Me Ki nuoti 1 were discussing the affair across
A. J. McKinnon
)•■ «« >r
“I didn’t know
s. W. Miller the back fence.
l*b»d Unonrintendent .. .<D)
W. C. R’ rd
tert I nipectiir
Ge.,. Trevafki« there was an accident at a'l till I ,
kw 11 h
tie of his absolute cure, free to any «¡Dferers
*®"d the,r P. O. and Express address.
the street ’a-ringin the be.l.” She
R. LARD OVFtCRt
PEEKS, F.4 CMor St., New York
...................... Thome* lone« also told Mrs. Smith that she had
..................A. A. Cowing
I ^-Courteous treatment guaranteed. Your patsan
read in the paper that milk was a
good “anecdote” for poison.—Phila
Hats and Caps,
Boots and Shoes.
Gents Furnishing Goods,
Boots & Shoes,
WRITE US FOR PRICES
Oregon Forwarding Co
I. S, GEER & CO
Hardware and Tinware.
ihe Burns Bar
Thia la Yonr Opportunity.
SYLVA REBEKAH Iterree No. «A
Beet» every 1st and M Wednesday.
MI m ie’a McGee N.<>.
Sam Mothers head, Rec. See’y.
Blizzard In Nebraska.
On receipt of ten cent«, cnah or atampa,
a generous «ample will be mailed of the
moot popular Catarrh and Hay Fever Cure
(Ely’s Cream Balm) enfficient to riemon-
■trate the great merits of the remedy.
56 Warren bt., New York City.
Bev. John Reid, Jr., rf Or st Falls, Mont,
recommended Ely’s < re.-m Ba m to me. I
can emphasize his «lntuunJ, "Itisa posi
tive cure for catarrh if Used ns directed?*—
Rev. Francis W. Poole. Pastor Central Pres.
Church, Helena, Mont.
Omaha, Oct. 29 —Western Ne
i brasila is covered with 10 inches of
A. O. U. W. Burn« I,»d|re. No 47
Veet«»very 3d and 4th Thurada»»
snow tonight In some sections of
Burns-Canyon Stage Line
H M Horton. M W
J w sayer. RecM | the state a high wind accompanies
■■ ■. ...-------- the snow, assuming the proportions
A. W illiams , contractor.
R»R nfv todgb . xo. 77. i. o o F.
,’«*f a blizzard. The trains are de
'.»frying IT. 8. Mail, and Basterò Oregon Ezpreaa Co'« Krpe
t-;.to.HFen.,w. H^eve^SatrMay. |avf>(| al|<j on pfiVpra| bra„cheg hftve
Ely’s Cream Ralm is the acknowledged
B. ». M< lntyre, -eey. beefl
jn enow drift».
cure for catarrh nnd contains no mercury Fare«’”'1""” B“rn'dy ,or C*DiOn «**••* »•« ra «di, „ w
Dor any injurious drug.
Price, GO cents.