JTH Harrisburg Telegraph 5-6-1926

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JTH Harrisburg Telegraph 5-6-1926 - BURNED BY GASOLINE, WALKS 15 MILES TO...
BURNED BY GASOLINE, WALKS 15 MILES TO PHYSICIAN'S OFFICE Lewlstown, May 5. With his right arm blistered by gasoline, Jerome Harriman, a member of the Downle Brother Circus troupe walked fifteen miles into Lewis - town last night and was treated by a local physician. Harriman told the physician his supply of gasoline had been exhausted and a passing motorist gave him some gas to put In his machine. While transferring Ihe gas it splashed on his arm and saturated a woolen sweater. The gas poisoned his skin and blistered It, He started the hike to Lewis - town at 11 o'clock and failed to get a lift. He arrived here this morning morning at 5.30 o'clock.

Clipped from Harrisburg Telegraph05 May 1926, WedPage 1

Harrisburg Telegraph (Harrisburg, Pennsylvania)05 May 1926, WedPage 1
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