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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 19, 1896)
The wife of Mr. Leonar Wells, of I verstised in the St. Paul Volks I
Zeitung I procured a bottle, and ,
im’jg Mass, has been
suffering from neuralgia for two after taking it a short while was Miss S allie H udspeth ,
days, not being able to sleep or entyrely well- 1 now most heartily
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hardley keepstill, when Mr Holden, recommend this remedy to anyone
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ATIWJRAPHED His BRAIN. the merchant there ; sent her her a suffering with a cold.
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aus . The Proprietress is
bottle of Chamerlain s Pain Balm, 678 Selby Ave
here to sUv and desires to Please Patrons in Style, Quality of Goods
York, Eeb. 13—The human and asked th it she giye ita thorough For sa le by
On Corner North of Meat Market.
hr»in bo been photographed. Dr. trial. On meeting Mr. Wells the
1 « ' i : > < hat she was
Crlrton Simon exhibited a picture
pain had teft her with-
ofhig own brain, obtained by al
and that the bottle of
process in which the cathode rays
He has been near- Pain Balm was worth $5.00 if it
are not a factor.
|v three years 3 in
i. completing hie ex- could not be had for less. For sale
L- tells the story of at 50 cents per hottie by
hie efforts as follows:
Don't let chance determine
-The brain has been my especial
your crop, blit plant Ferry’s
6tujy and I have worked independ-1 Six weeks ago I suffered with A
Seeds. Known and sola
Before you plant, get
entlyin a quiet wav for nearly very severe cold; was almost unable
Ferry’s Seed Annual
three years to photograph it. I to speak. My friends all advised
for 1896. Contains more prac
first sought to accomplish my pur me to consult apyajcian. Noticing
tical information for farmers
and gardeners than many high-
priced text books. Mailed free.
pose by passing a continuous cur Chamberlian’s Cough Remedy ad-
d . a. ferry s co., srrnuiT, iiiil
rent of electricity through the brain,
illuminating it by the spark, and
then 1 tried the interrupted < urr nt,
but thia pr iduced paralysis of the
JOHN F. STRATTON’S
Carl Thorbahn. Musical Director.
brain, r.-ndering senseless the sub-
Standard Theatre Orchestra.
j-cls. The principle is illustrated I
Chicago, Ills. At>ril, 14, 1892.
Birmingham Steel Strips Messrs. Jolin.F. Stratton
PLACE TO GET BARGAINS IN HOSIERY, UNDERWARE,
by a flash of lightning on a dark
Dear Sirs —I ain pleaseo to be able to
for Violin, Guitar, Mandolin, Banjo
state that I can highly recommend y> ur Rus GLOVES, MITTONS, TOWELS, FLANNELS, ETC.
Finest Made. Extra Plated.
night which carries images through BUI MARK. Warranted
not to rust. Send for Catlg
sian Gut Strings f r durability un<i tin e.
which it travels to the eye. From
JOHN F. STRATTON,
Your orders fur tbcui should be truuiend-
Located first block East of Church.
Manufaetui er and Whole tali Dealer*
this, indeed it was suggested to me ’ Importer,
Vours truly, CARL TIIORB ',3F
811,813,815,817 E. »th St., N. Y.
W. H. C anaday , Manager.
the same idea might be applied to
the brain. Again, you know the
fir. fly w made almost transparent
by its tiny lantern.
•lam still far ft^m having per
fected the instrument by which I
THE NAME OF THE NEXT
am able to photograph the brain
Of course the mure solid structures i
are reflected on the plates, and 1
2^-D(> YOU KNOW A GOOD ADVERTISEMENT MEANS INCREASE IN BU8lNE8S?_^St».
find that the less exposure I givi
to the photographic plate the easier
I apparently am able to photograph
1 If you are1 in a position
- translucent matter ”
1 To do Busin ss
Though in a measure satifiet
that the process was one by whicl
‘Let Peoub Know it-
the brain could be photographed
WILE BE ANNOUNCED IN
without risk of life, it may be stated
thst the experimenter selected him I
if you have anything
self as his subject, that ro other»
life might be endangered
You want to Sell
Rare Selection of Millinery Goods
Found the Pole.
The New York Weekly Tribune
let People Know it.
St. PeterBburrg, Feb. 13—A tele
OF NOVEMBER 4th 1896.
gram received today from Irkutsk.
Pileria, t-aya a Siberian trader
named Kouch.nareff. agent of Fridt
jef Nansen, the Norwegian explorer
I’ublic interest will steadily increase, and the question how the men
votes turned the scale at the last election are satisfied' with the
who sailed on June 24th, 1893, foi
under the administration they elected, will make the campaign
the Artic regions, has received in
the most intensely exciting in the history of the country.
furmr ion that Nans n has reached
the north pole, fjund land thtre
and is returning toward civiliza
l)r. Fritjef Nansen is a distin-1 *he leading Republican family newspaper of The United States, wil
guisned scientist of Norway and ani publish all the political news of the day, interesting to every American
citizen regardless of party affiliations.
enthusiastic bejiever in the possi |
Also general news in attractive form, foreign correspondents cover
bility of reaching the i north pole, ing the news of the world, an agricultural department second to none
He is altout 35 years of age. Thelin the country, market reports which are recognized authority, fascinat
Norwegian parliament allowed ing short stories, complete in each number, the cream of the humorous!
Nansen about $52,000 to fit out his papers, foreign and domestic, with their best comic pictures, fashion
craft, and in addition he was assist plates and elaborate descriptions of woman’s attire, with a v&ried and
attractive department of household interest.
The “New York Weekly
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>5000 from King Oscar. The Fram a daily.
Large changes are being made in its details, tending to give Advtrtite in it. Ji will pay.
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October 25, 1892, at Laurwik, near and young people of the household.
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