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OREGON CITY ENTERPRISE, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER .18, 1898.
- Miss May Pllsbury left fir litrhonio
In Huston Tuesday,
Mlron llabler, of Iogan, wu In town
Nalurday on busliiti.
J. ll.Turney, (j( Omaha, U In (ha city
Inlmidlng to locate lime,
W. I). Kenton, nf Portland, wi at
tending court Wednesday.
J. II. Karly, ul Hlim, Is dolnif busi
ness In tlin cliy IliU week.
F. (i. Hllnsoii, of Portland, has Ukttu
I'laca In Hhsrk' bnrlmr mIioji.
Mrl. W, II. Conynr, of Clatskanle,
nMnt last Saturday In tlili city,
Henry Meldruin U home again after
nnttie weeks' ahsi'in In Idaho.
John W. Loder, ol (hi clly, upwiit
Utindsy with hi parent In Curium.
J. A. Confer and nun Kruiik, are Ick
from short trip to Hotithurn Oregon
0.0. Hobliltii.ol McMlnnvllhi, win a
welcome cllur ut the Enterprise olllce
Mm. McKean nl daughter Mlm
Oraoe wore the guest of Mr, C. I). Lt
ourll tlili week.
Considerable cnnespoiidence lis been
loft out for lark of apace It will appear
in m-it wik'i Iwiie.
On Tuesday Mm. I'rler wb operated
ion for lumor. At lt accounts she
wu renting easily.
William Hankln liu returned horn
from Eastern Oregon, here he has Un
for thtt past flv iiioiittm.
Mr. Ellsworth, of Portland, wu ylsll
ing her prent,Mr. mid Mm. J. (J. I'll
tury the flml of the week.
Ernest ltands, who liu bn In Idaho
II lutnnier on a survey Inn contract ar
rlyed home the lutl of I lie week.
Judge Kullerton, elected to the su
preme court of Washington, ! brother
of Mr. D. II. liUxn of thin clly.
Ex-Kilrod Commissioner Eddy liu
moved on Ilia rut side ol the Willamette
to the rorty recently purchased from
C. W. I'orler, who liu spent iibout
nine inontlm In Ft. Wrangnl and Juneau,
Alaska, returned home Wednesday, and
will remain until after the holiday.
John Itowan, of Oregon City, Orrgon,
lslted several days tli put week with
lila brother, U. W. Rowan, and family of
thla place. faille K xk, Advocate,
J. I. Keating left for Han Franclaco,
LI old home, Saturday evening, where
be will tid few week with relative.
An Oregn Clly Visitor.
Mr. K. E. Chat man wa very agree
ably surprised oy a ylll from her cousin
lion. Tbo. 8. Hague, an alderman and
cotton manufacturer of Olderhaui, Eng.
It baa been over 20 year tluce Mr.
Cbarman wa In England, but ill recog
nised her cousin a aoon aa ahn aaw hint.
Mr. Hague U alao a coualn to Mr. O.
11. Wiahart and Mr. N 0. Walden. II
ia making a tour of the United Statee
and Canada for pleasure and general in'
formation. He taya England and the
United State understand themselves,
and that the United Slate I capable of
settling any question that come before
lier. II admlu that the United State
ia far ahead of England in rapid tranait,
electric line, eleel'io llghta and tele
phone and labor aaving machinery, but
England baa better aanitary regulation
and especially clean street. Broad
minded men like Mr. Hague are not only
welcome to their relallvea, but welcome
to Oregon City.
A I'leHHUiil Surprise.
The home of Mr. and Mr. E. E. Chap
man wa the ecmie of a very pleasant
urprino last Tuesday evening, wheu the
member of the Congregational church
choir, both of the past and present, to
the numlier of 30, walked in and took
possession of the elegant home, a
n evidence of good will and
appreciation of Mis. Charman'i faith
ful and efficient work with the
choir for many years. After general
handshaking and visit, games were In
troduced, and heartily enjoyed when ele
gant refreshments were served. A most
enjoyable evening wa spent and the
company broke up about midnight, hav
ing greatly strengthened the musical a
well as social tie, that unite the singers
and musicians of the church.
The following I the list of letters re
maining in the postolllce at Oregon City,
Oregon, on November 17, 18118:
Baker, John Kiddle, J
Cutting, Chaa Hlimuway, Clio
Elgin, Jas Wright, A 0
Kubllley, Aug Weston, E J
Johnson, Kluhard Whitney, 0 E
Gross, 0 Whltanian, Q H
I'orler, Will Westfail, A D
Clow, Delia Ilannlgaii, Etta
Lysis, Dorris -2
GEO. F. HORTON, P. M.
Card of Thanks.
We desire to return our heartfelt
thanks to the many dear friend, who ao
kindly assisted and sympathized with us
in our sad affliction, and may Qod bless
and keep you all from ever having to go
through the same sorrow, is our prayer.
Mb. and Mbi.M.F.Boylkh and Family.
Itv, Duller will preiich In the Ely
chapel at 2 :30 p, in., next Hahhath,
Girl Wanted for housework. Inquire
at Enterprise office.
It I reported that Ernest Foster, son-in-law
of O. It, II. Miller, died at Ma
nila, Oct. lOtli,
The Eastern Htar will give an enter
tnlnniunt in December, which promises
to be a novel aflMr.
There are about S,'HJ(),(MK) salmon
egK at the hali-hery, most of them com
ing from the Little White Salmon.
About a quarter of a million bushel
of wheat have been received at the mill
In thla place, and most ol it haa been
ground. Wheat U constantly coming in
most of down the river.
The regular meeting of Meade Corp
Volunteer Auxiliary will be held at 2
o'clock Haturday afternoon at the ar
mory. A full attendance la desired a
butines of importance I to b trans
acted. The body of Kd Boyle was brought to
the surface by grappling last Fri lay and
then lost. On Haturdy a diver came np
from Portland and rescued the body,
which wa In the deep water under the
"The Kingdom And Will Of Clod" at
10:30 i. in. and "The (Jreatneaa Of The
Human Konl" at 7pm , III be the aub-jfft-ta
of sermon at the First Congrega
tional church next Habhaih. The public
The Foretera will give their fifth
annual ball in Weinhard hall on Thanks
giving night, November 24 The best of
music will bs furnUbml and a good time
I assured to all who attend. The For
eater have never given any parties but
what are well patronised by the best of
our people and this one will'be on the
Mr. Jdggar to Mr. Kran.
Cabi', Ore Nov. 10. IH98. (To the
Editor) I wish to inform Judge Kyan
that The Code in my possession belonus
to me and was pal 1 for out of my pocket
before I waa ro'in'y commissioner. If
he want any further proof I can give it
on return of Mr. Huntley.
O-fgon Clly Market deport.
Wheat No. 1 merchantable, 60 cent
Flour Portland, 13 50; Howard'
Bwt, 3.60 ; Fiher' Heat, 3.50 J Dayton ;
3.8): Peacock, 3.80
Oa'.s In sks, white, 38 rents per
bushel, gtt, 3(1.
Millstuffs Bran, $13.60 per ton
shorts, $15.00 per ton.
Potato- 40 to 50 cents per tack.
Eggs, 25 cent per dosen.
Butter Ranch, 35 to 45 cent per roll.
Onions, 1 1.00 per suck.
Green apples, 35 to 50 per box.
Dried Fruits Apple, unbleached, 3
cenla; 50-pound boxes, evaporatod, 6c
prones, 2 to 4 cents; plums, '1 to 4c.
Bacon Hams, 10 to 11 cents; sides, Sc.
8 to 0 ; ahoulders, 6 to 7 i Urd 8'n' to 9
Livestock nd Dreiaed Meal Beef,
live, 2 i to 3 V4'c; hogs, Uve3Je;
hog dressed, 4i to 6 cents ; '. eep, $3.00
topper head; lamba $1.75 to $2.50;
Poult -Chickens, old $3.00; turkeys,
alive, 12 cen's pe pound.
For Young Men and l eung vfnmen.
There ia nothing that will arouse the
Ire of a young man or woman ao quick u
to have inferior laundry work put off on
them. They may dress ever o well,
but if their shirt front or shirt waist is
mussy their neat appeaiance is spoiled.
The Troy laundry makes a specialty of
ladies' and gentlemen's fine work.
There can be no better work than is
done at the Trov. Leave your older at
Johnson's barber shop.
Best American light and
dark mints 3?ic per yard
Bust American Indigo prints 4u per yard
Wide German Indigo prints. 7c per yard
Heavy outing flannels 4, (ISi, i per yard
Hevy quality apron Ging
hams So per yard
37-inch percale la per yard
Chocked and striped white
anron iwods 4c pervard
Heavy cotton flannel 5u pervard
Heavy Shaker flannel 5c per yard
Cheviot Shirtings. .5, 7 and 8o per yard
At the Sacrifice Sale of Charman Stock
by the Portland Dry Goods Store.
The curse of overworked womankind-
re quickly and surely cured by Ksrl's
Clover Root Tea, the great blood pr.nflor
and tissue builder, Money refunded if
not satisfactory. Price 25 cts., and 50
cts. 0. G. Huntley, the Druggist.
The greatest trimmed hat proposition
ever offered here or anywhere.
To Core a Cold In One Day.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggist refund money it tails to
cure. 25o. The genuine basuu.ij.
on each tablet.
Jewel v Whltlock et al foreclosure
aoltled and dlamlssed.
Dervell v Buckman ordered that judg
ment entered be set aside If $15 be paid
plalntiirin (en days.;
Bute v Tho Charman et al foreclos
ure default entered.
Rock wood v Hnillh et al foreclosure
Judgment of $377.03 obtained then decree
sot aside and defendant allowed to
Htratton v MoDonough dismissed on
La.k v Bellomy dismissed without
McFailden v Austen et al. It ap
pearing that there are minor defondant
A. 8. Dreaner I appointed guardian ad
State v Lee Duck Araon dismiased for
want of proof.
State v Martin charged with uttering
forged county warrant. Dismissed by
direction of court aa the testimony
proved that the warrant wu sold in
Multnomah county and if crime wa
committed it wa triable in Multnomah
county. There are two other Indict
ment to be tried. .
Hinkle v Cox foreclosure judgment
for $1132.35 and properly ordered sold.
Hodge V He dismissed by agree
ment, Loitxel y Glick jury trial for personal
projerty or it value verdict for plaintiff
Grand jury returned not a true bill
against C. Austin for assault with a
dangerous weapon. Same in case of L.
Himler charged with rape. Same In
case against Mllo Miller charged with
ra-c. Same In case against Henry
Smather charged with assault with a
A true bill wa returned against O.
PiilOW for practicing medicine without
a license. Alao a true bill against John
Bnbsch aaaault with a dangerous weapon.
Also a true bill against A. T. Acheson
Is the following cae a decree of di
vorce waa granted Emily Ericksoo v
Andrew Erlcka m; Minnie Critaer vs 8
J. CriUer; A. W. Lane v Mary Lane;
Chas. M. West v Annie West; Fleet
Smith vs J T Smith ; Daniel Grim v
Mary It Grim ; Ida Grove v E W Grove ;
V II Young y Delia Young.
RXPORT or OBAMDJURY,
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oreuon, for the County of Clackamas.
To Hi Honor, T. A. McBride, judge
of the above entitled court:
We, the undersigned member of the
grand jury for tha November, 1808, terra
of said court beg leave to submit thla,
our final report:
First. We have Inquired into all
matters of crime brought before u and
have returned into court eleven (11) true
and fTve (6) not true billa; we have also
examined into a number of cases which ,
we do not Jeein necesayry to aet forth
in this report
Second We have visited the connty
jail and find the same in a neat and
clean condition; we have also examined
the city jail of Oregon City, Oregon, and
Qod the same in a satisfactory condition,
and upon request we have visited the
Magdalene Home, and as far u we were
permitted to examine, we found the
same in a neat and clean condition ; we
have called upon the various county
officers and find them diligent in their
work and obliging in manner and we also
find there ia considerable inconvenience
in matters pertaining to the recorder'
olllce and we would recommend that
(hose det-ks which are used for abstract
purposes be removed from the clerk'
office and that the west end of the county
clerk' office tie partitioned in a suitable
manner and given to the recorder. We
do not deem it necessary at this fime to
employ an expert or accountant to ex
amine into the books of the various
county officers for the reason that a com
plete report at this time could not be
And having completed our labors we"
most respectfully auk to be discharged.
M, Campbki.l, foreman
W. C. Heatkr,
Taos. L. Dm hi.,
II. II. Gbkooky,
Goo. 0. Armstrong.
Velveteen Dree Binding. . . .4o per yard
Corduroy Dress Binding. . .5c per yard
Skirt Braids 2c per roll
Beldink's 100-yard Sewing
Silk 6c per spool
Belding' Button Hole Twist.lc " "
Clark's 0. N. T. Spool Cotton.So " "
Best Spool Linen 4o " "
Crochet Cotton 3o " "
Crochet Needles ... 2c each.
Portland Dry Goods Store, purchasers
of the Cbarman Stock at the Old Stand,
Oolong Ideal Blend
Following li the report of Meade
Corp Volunteer Auxiliary Christmas
benefit ball for Co. 1, 2nd Regiment O.
Receipt from all source...,.. $101 00
Music ...$20 00
Cleaning hall 2 75
Material lor decorating 2 05
Printing 2 25
Miseellaneoiis(ribbon,pencila,wax) 2 62
CIIHISTMA IIO X SKXT TO MANILA.
0 doisen boxes writing paper 6 00
6 " pair socks 8 62
6 " hsndkerchlefs 8 30
C'4" sefety pin 2 30
0 " can peaches V 00
0 " bottle chow chow 16 60
0 " cans sardines 6 CO
6 " cakes toilet soap 3 24
Fr'ght. on Christmu box to 8. F. 3 60
Total $01 73
Balance on hand $ 9 27
100 pounds prune donated by F. An
drews, of Oregon City, Or.
50 pounds prune donated by Mr. Batty,
of Canby, Or.
Mas. M. Jcmvii Sullivav,
To Nominate a Cadet.
Hillsboro, Oregon, Nov. 11,1898.
To tux Fditob Kindly permit me to
lay throuith the column of your paper
that It will become my duty to nominate
a cadet of the United State Military
Academy at West Point, who will take
an examination at Vancouver Barracks,
Washington, on the first Monday of
March, 1809. An examination of the
physical and mental qualities of all ap
plicants for such appointment will be
made by Preaident W. C. H'awley of the
Willamette University, and Dr. J. A.
Richardson at Salem, on Saturday the
7lh day of January, 1899. Each appli
cant must also submit proof that he is of
good moral character, devoted to the
best interest of hi country, and
obedient to it law and constituted au
thorities. The applicant who upon ex
amination piove to be the best quali
fied physically, mentally and morally
will receive the appointment. No one
Is eligible except a resident of the First
Congressional District, between 17 and
22 years ol age. Tuos. II. Toxuia.
The Book Wonderful.
The palm of victory should by all
meana be given to Mr. Charles Dudley
Warner. Hi latest achievement in
book production is truly the grandest
work of the century. The "Library of
the World' Best Literture." aa it la
happily called, might also well be termed
the crowning of the world's best efforts in
the making of the books. It is an em
bodiment of modern taste, judgment and
scholarship applied to the creation of a
treuure for both practical use and
(upreme literary enjoyment.
To describe this magnificent "Library"
in a brief notice ia simply impossible,
The great magaxines of our time have
vied with each other in attempting it,
and have returned to the subject again
and again, yet still leave much unsaid
both of praise and description. Let us
try to imagine in one vast work the his
tory and analysis of all great books and
literature, the lives of all diBtinguised
writers, orator and thinkers, the critical
review and interpretation of the master
spirits of the past by the moet competent
liviuK judges and specialialista, and
finally a complete library of the choicest
literary creation that have been given
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The mind i Biuply amaied at the
scope and magnitude of such unique
work. And yet it wu not made for
scholar alone. It is thoroughly useful
and practical to all who can read. It is
educational in the highest degree. It is
helpful to the inexperienced. It is en
joyable to the moet cultured and refined.
It ia inexhaustibly entertaining even to
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every mood and tense of thought, "trom
grave to gay, from lively to severe," bo
far as this may be done by the poetry,
prose, history, essays, biography, ora
tory, science, romance, humor, wit and
wisdom of all ages and nations. . The
mechanical leatures of the work are in
harmony with its noble plan. Over a
thousand portraits of authors embellish
its pages. It is besides a yery marvel of
typographic beauty The introductory
edition of the "Library" is now obtaina
ble through the Harper' Weekly Club at
special prices and terms, ao as to place
some missionary seta in each locality.
We atrongly advise alt who desire to
secure this treasure to send name and
address on a postal card for particular
to W. G. Gilbert, 59 McKay Building,
The Pulse of New York.
On Friday evening that famous
comedy dramatic success, The Pulse of
New York will be seen at Snivel's opera
house for the first time here. The piece
is now on its eight successful tour, and
is ever improving. The play is in three
acts and is what may be termed a cyclc
ramic vivid picture of daily life in a big
city, The cast which numbers fifteen is
headed by Miss Emyline Barr, a spark
linn star soubrette. Twelve big special
ties are presented in the second act,
seats on sale at the post office.
To Cure a Cold iu One Day.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund money if it fails to
cure. 25o The genuine has L. B. Q. on
-i- Just the Thing
BURMEISTER & ANDRESEN, THEjwR!ffl CITY
& vir& v 'W v v v
He wa a wee little man, only 8 years
old, bnt very brave, courageous and un
complaining, more conrageon and on
comp ilng than any one knew, for
though he waa only a baby he had trials
to bear. The family bad gone to a new
oonntry in the far west, the mamma,
this little man, and the sister, a little
older. It was a very new country, very
different from the city in the east
where tbey bad left many friends, rela
tives and, nearest of all, a dear old
grandmother. The mamma waa o busy
In ber new borne that she had little
time for the babies except to see tbat
tbey were clean and well fed. So tbey
were lonesome, sometimes, a mamma
fonnd out one day In a way that
brought tin tenrs to ber eyes.
The little 8-yt-ar-old bad been very
busy and very qniet making a big hole
in the ground with inch earnestness of
purpose that she went to see wbat waa
The bole wa completed when she
reached the rpot and in it bad been
placed something tbat she took ont and
examined with wondering curiosity. It
was tbe strangest thing to go into a
bole in tbe ground an old daguerreo
type, a picture of tbe dear grandmamma
"Why, baby," exclaimed mamma,
"wbat are jou doing with this?"
"I fongbt," said the little man with
a quivering lip and all the pent np lone
liness and homesickness in bis voice, "I
fongbt, maybe, if I planted it annozzer
grandma would grow." New York
Where Krnlocky Laoe Ron Oat
Baron Casxiers, one of the best known
Frenchmen of tbia city, when he first
came here made a trip to Lexington on
behalf of a friend of his in Paris who
asked him to secure a very fine horse.
While in Lexington be was treated moet
hospitably. Although be did not speak
tbe very beat of English, he found him
self getting along very handsomely with
tbe Kentnt kiaua. On the afternoon of
tbe first day he Inquired of one of his
entertainers, "Should I desire to invite
tbe gentleman to drink, how ahonld I
Tbe enthusiastic Bonrbonite replied.
"Will yon do me the honor, sir, to
drink wit me, sir?"
"It ia very good," replied the baron,
"bnt if tbe gentleman asked me to
drink what should I say?"
"Tbe plan here is to slap him on the
back, sir, and say, 'It gives me great
pleasure, sir, to drink with yon.'"
"It is very good," replied tbe baron,
"bnt if I am satisfied and don't want
to drink any more and wish to decline
an offer to drink, what should I say?''
"Yon are a fool," replied tbe
astounded Eentnckian. "There is no
expression in the English language to
cover tbat idea. " Cincinnati Enquirer.
The Australian mollusk is of two
kinds tbe mud oyster and tbe rock
oyster. The former grows to a larger
size, bnt the rock oyster is more gen
erally esteemed for flavor. Their names
indicate their place of growth. Tbe rock
oysters love the beds and adjoining
rocki of tidal streams. They grow in
clusters, in a variety of shapes and sizes,
and each cluster is attached to some
thing solid. Here tbey are alternate
ly batbed in salt water and in fresh or
brackish. Tbey are also left for hour
high and dry until the incoming tide
refreshes them. Nor do these oyster al
ways select rocks on whioh to dwell.
These accommodating mollnsks may
frequently be found adhering to tha
roots and lower branches of the man
grove and other trees which delight in
a sort of submarine residence. It is
doubtless to this peculiarity that tbe
sailor referred when he wrote to his
mother at home, telling the old lady,
aud not untruly, that in Australia oys
ters grow on trees. Chambers' Journal
this Seems Correct.
Riprap Tbe eyes are the windows
of tbe son!
Wigwag Then tbe soul of the man
whose eyes have been blacked looks ont
of stained glass windows. Detroit Free
"What do you understand by the de
partment of domestio scienoe?"
"It's where they teach women how
to keep their hnsbands away from the
Of coarse tbe answer was wrong, bnt
they all felt that she ought to go to the
bead of tbe class just tbe same. Chi
As late as 16S3 squirts or syringes
were nsed for extinguishing fire in Eng
land, and their length did not exceed
two or three feet, with pipes of leather.
Water tight seamless hose waa first made
in Bethnal Green in 1720.
To show the carelessness of mothers
in Great Britain, over 8,000 children
are burned to death in the year from
their clothing catching fire.
with horn, hearing tube
and carrying case, $12.00.
Records $5.00 per dozen.
For Bargains in Drygoods, Clothing,
Boots, Shoe, Hats or Groceries, attend
the Great Sale of the Cbarman Stock at
The Old 8 land on Main Street by the
Portland Dry Goods Store.
Daniel Williams, at the northeast cor
ner of Center and Seventh streets, has ft
choice and well selected slock nf family
groceries which he is selling at very
reasonable rates. His motto is "live
and let live, with honest weights and
measures". Goods delivered to any
part of the city.
Men's 15 Suit for $ 8 00
Men's $17.50 Suit for 9 00
Men' $20 Suit for 10 60
Men' $25 Suits for 15 00
Men's $S Overcoats for 4 50
Men's $15 Overcoats for. . . 8 60
Men's Pant 60c and upwards
At the Great Sale of the Charman
Stock at tbe Old Stand, Main street, by
the Portland Dry Goods Store.
Send the Estibpbis to your friend In
the East and thus give him an idea of
what is going on in Clackamas county.
It may induce bim to locate with as
ACTIVE 80 LIC I TOR 8 WANTED
everywhere for "The Story of tho
Philippines" bv Murat Halitel. commis
sioned by tbe Govern men l at Official His
torian lo the War Department. The book
wat written in army camp at 8n Fran
cico, on the Pacitie Willi General Merritt,
in the Hospitals at Honolulu, in Hong
Kong, in the American trenches at Manila.
In the insurgent camp with Arnlnaldo, on
the deck of tbe Olympia with Dewey, and
in tbe roar or battle at the fall of Manila.
Bonania for agent. Brimful of oriirmal
picture taken by government photo
graphers on the spot. Large book Low
price. Big profit. Freight poid. Credit
given. Drop all trashy unofflritl war book.
Outfit free. Address, F. t. Barber, 8ec'y
Star Insurance Bhlg., Chicago.
CARLOADS of goods for the Red
Front of course table oil cloth, 12c;
cabot W, 6c; seamless hose, 10c; tough
muleskin gloves, 25i, with calf front, 50c;
9 dus. overhauls, 35c ; dress goods, yarns,
underwear, mackintoshes, capes, um
brellas and shoe at cat prices.
Red Front store, Oregon City.
A new line of walkers' sailors, caps
and veiling. Miss Goldsmith.
Fine salt, 65c per 100 lbs ; stock salt,
40c per 100 lbs; roast coffee 10c; fine
roasi coffee with good spoon 6 lbs, $1.00;
rising sun stove polish, 6c; Arm & Ham
mer soda. 7 lbs 25c ; bird seed, 5c.
Red Front store, Oregon City.
Plenty of money to loan at 8 per cent
on long or short time. Apply to G. E.
Hayes, office op stairs, opposite Hunt
ley's drug store.
SPECIAL SALE of trimmed hats Fri
day, Saturday and Monday October 21,
22 and 24, by Mrs. M. E. Hamilton at
Red Front Store, Oregon City.
Bn ti. yTht Hind Ym Haw Always Bought
This Is Your Opportunity.
On receipt of ten cents, cash or stamps,
a generous sample will be mailed of the
most popular Catarrh and Hay Fever Cure
(Ely's Cream Balm) sufficient to demon
strate the great merits of the remedy.
6 Warren St., New York City.
Rev. John Reid, Jr.. of Great Falls,Mont,
recommended Ely's Cream Balm to me. I
can smpbasize his statement, "It is a poii
tive cure for catarrh if nsed as directed."
Rsv. Francis W. Poole. Pastor Central Prea.
Church, Helena, Mont.
Ely' Cream Balm ia the acknowledged
cure for catarrh and contains no mercury
nor any injurious drug. Price, 60 cent, j
Vma V.S.lmwA tf St6ic
Trot. W. H. feeke, who
of to years' standing:
Cf cured by
l him. He
tie of hit absolute cure, free to any sufferer
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