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Homer Davenport Is on His Way to His Farm on the Trail
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I CABIN OX THE UAVEXPORT FAR5I AT THE HEAD OF THE TRAII AT THE IX1V1S AND CLARK EXPOSITION. "
OMER DAVENPORT, the famous j
cartoonist. Is expected In the city i
within the next few days with his !
celebrated collection of birds and ani- J
rnals destined for the Lewis and Clark
Exposition. In view of this fact the
working force has been doubled at the
Davenport farm, which occupies a large
acreage in the Experimental Gardens site.
The picturesque reproduction of an Ore
gon farm will be finished early in the .
week, probably by Tuesday. Artists are
now at work decorating the Interior fenc
ing with mountain and river scenes. Most j
of the building work has already been
completed, including the construction of i
the aquarium, where the geese, ducks, ',
storks and cranes will be. 1
Sunday Services in Portland Churches
SOME TOPICS TODAY.
-Is It ToFsJble to Obey Christ's
Commands In Our DayT by Itcv.
C. S. Lupham. Second Baptist Church,
East Seventh and Ankeny street.
7:43 P. M.
The Courage That Utses With Dan
ger." by Rev. A. M. Rockwood. Hlgh
land Congregational. East Sixth and
Trescott. 11 A. M.
"Queen Esther's Opportunity and
Ours." by Rev. D. B. Gray. University
Park Congregational. 11 A. M.
"The Spiritual Microbe-Proof Life."
by Rev. William H. Heppe. IX V..
Centenary M. E. Church, East Ninth
and Pine. 10:30 A. M.
"A Grand Word and a Grand Idea,"
by Rev. W. F. Small. First Vnlver
sallst. East Eighth and Couch. II
"Shallow Water Christians." by Rev.
E. S. Muckley. First Christian Church.
Park and Columbia streets, 10:30 A. M.
White Temple, corner Twelfth and Tay
lor streets. Rev. J. Whltcomb Brougher,
D. D., pastor "One Accord" prayer meet
ing. 10:15 A. M.; morning service with
sermon by Row 11. Wysc Jones, on
"Heaven's Secret Revealed," 10:30 o'clock;
Bible school, 12:10 P. M.: services? at 7:30,
with sermon on "A Bunch of Keys," 'by
Rev. Mr. Jones. Special music
First, corner Park and Columbia streets.
Rev. E. S. Muckley, pastor 10:30 A. M.t
sermon on "Shallow Water Christians":
Bible school, 12:15 P. M.: Endeavor. G:30
P. M.; preaching at 7:13 P. M. on "Ideals
Lost and Regained."
First Church of Christ. Scientist. Scot
tish Rite Cathedral. Morrison and Lowns
dale streets Services. 11 A. M., subject.
'Ancient and Modern Necromancy, or
Mesmerism and . Hypnotism": Sunday
school at close of morning service.
Second Church of Christ. Scientist, Au
ditorium building. Third, between Taylor
and Salmon streets Sunday sen-ices. 11
A. M., .subject, "Ancient and Modern
Necromancy, or Mesmerism and Hypnot
ism": Sunday school, U A. M.. in the
reading-rooms; Wednesday meeting at S
Consrefra t lonal.
First, Park and Madison streets. Rev.
E. I. House. D. D., pastor Sermon at
30:30 A. M., on "Gashmu Salth It": serv
ice In the evening, with sermon on "Some
Magnificent Advice." at 7:30; Y. P. S. C.
6:30 P. M.; Sunday school, 12:15 P. M.
Pilgrim Chapel, Second street, near
Lincoln, William H. Bronson. superin
tendentSunday school, 9:30 A. M.
Divine Truth Center.
Divine Truth Chapel., corner Eleventh
and Montgomery streets. Thaddeus M.
Minard, pastor Services at 11 A. M.
First German Church, corner Tenth and
Clay streets, Theo. Schaucr, pastor Wor
ship and sermon, 10:45 A. M., and services
at 7:15 P. M-: Sunday school. 9:30 A. M.:
Young People's Association. 7 P. M.;
services held in Calvary Presbyterian
St. Mark's Church, Nineteenth and
Quimby streets. Rev. J. E. H. Simpson,
rector Holy communion, S A. M.; morn
ing prayer and litany at 11 o'clock; Sun
day school at 10 A. M.; evening prayer at
St. Stephens. Thirteenth and Clay
streets. Rev. H. M.- Ramsey, priest In
charge Holy communion, 7:30 A. Ml;
Sunday school, S:45 A- M.: morning serv
ice, 11 o'clock. Evening service. 7:30.
Chapel of the Transfiguration, Sixth
street, near Oak, Rev. W. R. Powell,
chaplain Service and sermon, 11 A. M.;
Sunday school, 9:45 A. H.
Trinity Chapel, Nineteenth street, near
Washington, "Dr. A. A. Morrison, rector
ftaly communion, S A. iL; morally; serv
It Is an especially noteworthy fact that
one of the largest. If not the largest,
amusement feature of the Exposition Is
being provided by an Oregon man. Les
than IS years ago Mr. Davenport was a
farmer boy at Silverton, Or. He used to
run a plow and wield a hoe. and except
for his habit of making caricatures on
the door of the stable, was not unlike any
other farmer's boy. But an Indulgent
father saw genius through the crude de
signs that disfigured the barn entrance,
and sent Homer to the metropolis to study
art. He soon became cartoonist on The
Oregonlan, and in the course of a few
years was the leading caricaturist of San
Francisco. He was next called to New
York, and before many years gained place
ice. 10:30; evening service, S o'clock; Sun
day school. 12 M.
St. Matthew's, corner First and Caruth
ers streets, Rev. W. A. M. Breck. in
charge Services and sermon. 11 A. M.;
Sunday school. 9:15 A. M.
All Saints' Church, 192 North Twenty
second street. Rev. Robert Hope, Ph. D..
D. D., rector Sunday services at 11 A. M.
and 7:30 P. M.
Ascension Chapel, Portland Heights,
Rev. H. M. Ramsey in charge Evening
prayer, 4 o'clock; Sunday school. 3 P. M.
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day
Saints. Allsky building, hall 400, corner
Third and Morrison streets Service at
11:30 A. M. and 7:30 P. M. ,
St. James English Lutheran Church,
corner West Park and Jefferson streets,
J. A. Leas, pastor Services conducted
by the pastor at 11 A. M., with sermon;
Sunday school, 10 A. M.; Luther League,
7 P. M.
Norwegian Lutheran Church. 15 Four
teenth street North, Rev. J. M. Nervlg,
pastor Services 11 A. M. and S P. M.;
Sunday schoo.l, 3:45 A. M.
Grace Methodist Episcopal Church,
corner Twelfth and Taylor streets. Rev.
Clarence True Wilson, D. D.. pastor
9:3) A. M., class meeting: 10:30 A. M.,
sermon on "The Immortality of the
Soul": 0:30 P. M., Epworth League;
12:15 P. M Sunday school; 7:30 P. M.,
sermon and special service.
Epworth Church, Twenty-third and
Irving streets. Rev. Henry T. Atkinson,
pastor Sunday school. 10 A. M.; ser
mon at 11 A. M., on "A Clear Vision of
God"; Epworth League at C:15 P. M.;
sermon a 7:45 P. M., on "The Voyage
Taylor-Street Methodist Church. Dr.
Francis Bunrette Short, pastor 9:30 A.
Ml. classes; 10:30, morning service and
sermon on "The Qualltv of Worship";
12:15 P. M.. Sunday school, 6:30 P. M.,
Epworth League: 7:30, evening service
with sermon by Mrs. LI II lam M. N. Sto
vens, National W. C. T. U. president.
First Methodist Episcopal Church
South. 171 Second street. Rev. E. H.
Mowre, pastor Services at 11 A. M.,
with sermon; Sunday school at 30 A.
M.; Epworth League at 7 P. M.; sermon
at if P. M.
Millennial Dawn, G. A. R. Hall, north
cast corner Second and Morrison streets
Services at 2:30 P. M.
Church of Christ Mission, corner Fre
mont and Union avenue Sunday serv
ices at 2:30 and 7:30 P. M.
United Evangelical Mission, Ruth's
Hall, Savler street, between Twenty
first and Twenty-second streets, H. J.
Holzapfel, pastor Sunday school. 9:30
A. M.; preaching service, 30:30 A, M.
and 7:30 P. M.
Xcvr Thought Society.
New Thought Society. Hall No. 300.
Allsky building Lecture at 8 P. M.. by
Dr. F. W. Butler, on "The Chemistry of
People's Christian Union.
P. C. LV Hall, 2344 Morrison street 11
A. M., addresson "What to Do With the
Not So's"; 12:15 P. ML, study class in life
problems: 7:45 P. M., concert by Union
orchestra; 8:15 P. M.. science lecture by
Mr. Coulter on "Not God. but Man."
First Cumberland! corner Twelfth and
East Taylor street. Rev. E. Nelson Allen,
pastor 10:30 A. M-. sermon: 12 M., Sunday
school; 3:30 P. M.. Junior Endeavor; 6
V. M., Senior Endeavor.
Calvary Presbyterian Church, corner
Eleventh and Clay street. Rev. W. S.
Gilbert, pastor Services. 10:30 A. M.i with
sermon on "Reforms"; 7:45 P. M., sermon
on "The Use of Means."
First United Presbyterian, Sixth and
Montgomery street, Re,v. A, W. Wilson,
pastor Communkm, 31 A. M.; Suaday
THE STOP AY, . OREGOyiAN,, PORTLAND, MAY. 21, 1905-
as th greatest cartoonist in America.
The famous collection of birds and
animals he is bringing back with him
to Oregon and the Fair represents the
result of years of Indulgence in his
consuming passion for rare animals
and fowl. This passion was no doubt
born of the early .influences of the
farm, but. be that as it may. It was
responsible for the finest collection of
pheasants. Jungle fowl, tropogans.
ducks, geese, storks and cranes In the
world. In addition, his collection of
Angora goats and Arabian horses are
not equaled in any place in America,
and but few places In the Orient. The
entire collection cost him JS2.000.
For the past few years the collec
school, 12:20 P. M.: evening sermon by
pastor at 7:30 o'clock.
First Spiritual Society. Artisan's Hall.
Ablngton building Lecture by XV. L. Foss
on "Spiritualism In the World of Science,"
at 11 A. M.; lecture by F. K. White at'
7:45 P. M.
Bible Spiritual Society. A. O. U. W.
Hall, Selllng-Hirsch building Morning
services at 11 o'clock: lecture by Rev. R.
E. Coon, of San Francisco, at 7:45 P. M.,
on "The Difference Between Christianity
Portland, New Church Society. Sweden
borginn. chapel, 22S Sixth street Sunday
school, 10:30 A. M.; lay service. 11 A. M.
First Unitarian. Yamhill and Seventh
streets. Rev. George Croswcll Cressey. D.
D.. pastor Service, with discourse on
"The Foundation of a World Faith in
Jesus Christ," 11 A. M.; Sundav School,
12:30 P. M.
Volunteers of America.
Barracks, 267 Ankeny street Special
services at 8 P. M.
Christian Catholic Apostolic Church in
ZIon, Rev. John Alexander Dowlc, gen
eral overseer: Rev. Charles A. Hoy. elder
in charge. Allsky Hall. .No. 201 second
floor, corner Third and Morrison streets
Services 3 P. M.; subject "Jesus the
King of the Jews. Shall Return to Reign
Upon Earth": services at 8 P. M.. with
sermon on "Seek Ye First the Kingdom
EAST SIDE. 1
Central Church. East Twentieth and
Ankeny streets, William E. Randall, min
ister Service, with sermon on "The In
credible That Becomes the Actual." 10:45
A. M.; Bible school. 12 M.; sermon, 7:45
P. M., on "A Young Woman's Outlook."
Second Baptist Church. Seventh and
East Ankeny streets. Rev. C. S. Lapham.
pastor Service. 10:30 A.M. with sermon
on "The Other Boats": preaching at 7:15
P. M. on "Is It Possible to Obey Christ's
Commands in Our Day?" Bible school, 12
M.; Y. P. U.. 6:45 P. M.
Calvary Baptist Church. East Eighth
and Grant streets. A. Lawrence Black,
pastor Bible school. 10 A. M.; preaching.
11 A, M.; Young People's meeting, 6:30
P, M.; preaching. 7:30 P. M.
Bethany Baptist Church, Sellwood
Preaching at 12 M.. by Rev. John Bent
zlen. and at 7:30 P. M. by Mrs. S. J.
Adams; Sunday school at 11 A. M.; Bap
tist Young People's Union at 6:30 P. M.
Rodney-A venue, corner of Rodney ave
nue and Knott street Albyn Esson, min
ister Service, with sermon on "Spiritual
Kinship More Than Natural." at 11 A. M.;
Sunday school, 9:45 A. M-: Young People's
Society of Christian Endeavor. 6:45 P. M.;
sermon at 7:15 P. M. on "Belief and
Central, East Twentieth and Salmon
streets. Rev. J. F. Ghormley, D. D., pas
torPreaching. 10:15 A. M., on "The
Priest in His Temple" ; Sunday school, 12
M.; Junior Endeavor, 3-20 P. M.; Senior
Endeavor. 6:30 P. M.: services at 7:45 P.
M-. with sermon on "The Prince of
Peace," and prelude on "Dodging" the
Church or God.
First Church of God Chapel. 130 Haw
thorne avenue. G, T. Neal. pastor Sun
day school at 1 P. M.; services at 2:30 P.
3L and 7:30 P. M.
Highland Congregational Church, cor
ner Fresco tt and East Sixth streets
North. Rev. A. M. Rockwood. pastor
Sunday school. 10 A. M.; service, 11 A. M.,
with sermon on "The Courage That Rises
With Danger"; Junior Endeavor, 3 P. M.;
sermon. 7:45 P. M-. on "The Hope or
Making a Clean Record."
Mississippi-Avenue Congregational, cor
ner Mississippi avenue 'and Fremont
street;. Rev. C. JL Saythe, pastor Sun
tion has been located at Morris Plains.
N. J. Here Mr. Davenport has spent
most of his time since he retired from
active newspaper work to study bird
lore. He has come to understand his
pets and their habits as few ornithol
ogists understand them. The result
of his observations he Is to tell of in
a scries of lectures which are now
being arranged for In tho Auditorium
at the Exposition grounds. m He may
also give a number of lectures at
points throughout the state.
The Davenport Farm at the Fair
promises to Jbe one of the biggest
drawing cards there. It Is conven
iently located, and the reproduction of
of ah Oregon ranch has been clev
day school. 10 A. M.; morning service. 11
o'clock, with sermon; service. 7:45 P. M..
with sermon Christian Endeavor. 6:3 P.
M. Dr. H. W. Schwartz will preach morn
ing and evening.
Hassalo-Street Congregational. East
Seventh street North -and Hassalo street.
Rev. Charles E. Chase, pastor Services,
with sermon. 10:30 A M.; Sunday school,
12 M.: Christian Endeavor, 6 P. M.; no
Sunnyslde Congregational, corner East
Taylor and East Thirty-fourth street.
Rev. J. J. StauB, pastor Morning service
at 11 o'clock, with sermon on "One
Thing"; Sunday school. 10 A. M.; evening
service, S o'clock, with sermon on . "The
Design of a Christian Church; Christian
Endeavor service. 7 P. M.
University Park Congregational Church.
Rev. D. B. Gray, pastor 11 A. M.. sermon
on "Queen Esther's Opportunity and
Ours"; Sunday school. 10 A. M.
Laurel wood Congregational Church,
Rev. C. MacPherson. pastor Preaching at
7:30 P. M.; Sunday school at 3 P. M.; Y.
P. S. C. EL. 6:30 P. M.
St. John's Congregational Church, In
BIckner Hall 7:45 P. M., preaching.
St David's Episcopal, East Twelfth and
Belmont streets. Rev. George B. Van
Waters. D. D.. rector Holy communion
at 8 A.' M.; Sunday school. 9:15 A. M.;
matins and sermons, 11 A. M.; sermon at
7:30 P. M.
Good Shepherd. Sellwood and Vancouver
avenue. Rev. John Dawson, rector Morn
ing prayer and litany, 11 X. M.; evening
prayer and sermon, S P. M.; Sunday
school. 10 A. M.
St John's Memorial. Sellwood, Rev. W.
R. Powell in charge Sunday school. 11
A. M.; evening service and sermon, 7:45.
St Andrew's Episcopal, Peninsular, Rev.
John Dawson in charge Afternoon serv
ice at 3 o'clock.
St Paul's Episcopal. Woodmere, Rev.
W. R. Powell In charge Service and .wr
mon at 4 P. M.
Our Saviour's Church, Woodstock
Services at 3:30 P. M.; Sunday school at
2:30 P. M.
First English Church, corner East
Sixth and Market streets. Rev. G. A.
Plumer. pastor Worship and sermon at
11 A. M.; Sunday school; 10 A. M.; preach
ing at 5 P. M.
Free Methodist Church, East ,Ninth
and Mill streets. J. Glen, pastor Preach
ing services at 11 A. M.
Friends' Church, comer East Thirty-
nitn ana tast Main streets, Edward D.
Smith, pastor Preaching at 11 A. M.;
Sunday school at 10 A. M.; Christian En
deavor at 6:30 P. M.; sermon atS P. M.
Bethanla Danish Lutheran Church,
corner Union avenue and Morris streets,
Gudmund Grill, pastor Sunday service.
31 A. M. and 8 P. M.; Sunday school. 12:15
Our Savior's Norwegian Synod Church,
corner East Tenth and Grant streets, O.
Hagoes. pastor Services. 11 A. M. and 8
P. M.; Sunday school, 9:30 A. M.
Central Methodist Church, corner Rus
sell and Kerby' streets. Alblna. Rexv F.
L. Young, pastor Morning services,-10:30;
Sunday school. 32 M.; evening services,
7:30; Epworth League services. 60 P. m.
Trinity, corner East Tenth and Grant
streets. Rev.' Harold Oberg. pastor Ser
vices at 11 A. M.. with sermon; Sunday
school. 10 A. M-; Epworth League. 7 P. M.;
sermon. 8 P, M.
Centenary M. E. Church, Ninth and East
Pine streets. William H. Heppe. D. D.,
pastor Services at 10:30 A. M.. with ser
mon on "The Spiritual Microbe-Proof
Life"; 7:45 P. M.. services by Epworth
League: Epworth League, 6:30 P. M.; Sun
day school. 32:15 P. M.
Patton M. EL Church, Michigan avenue
and Alberta street, Asa. Sleeth, pastor
Preaching at 11 A. M.; Sunday school,
32:15 P. M.: services. 730 P. M.
Sunnyslde M. E. Church. East Yamhill
between Thirty-fifth and Thirty-sixth
streets. Rev. T. B. Ford, pastor Sunday
school. 9:45 A. M.; preaching at 11 A. M.
on "A Revelation From God 'a Natural
Necessity"; Epworth League at 6:15 P. M.
Piedmont Church, corner Cleveland ave
nue and Jarre tt street. Rev. L.,. Myron-
Booser. .paster PreachJo u A'3C W
erly carried out under the personal di
rection of George L. Baker, The en
trance is a pleasing rustic structure,
and the rustic effect has been pre
served throughout the Interior. In a
large, carefully constructed log cabin.
Mr. Davenport and his aged father
will live during the Exposition, re
ceiving and entertaining their ronny
friends. Xear the cabin is the aquar
ium, and extending in every direc
tion are aviaries, stalls, cages, run
ways and corralls. From the care
that has been taken In arranging the
details. It might be imagined that Mr.
Davenport intended making the Farm
si permanent home for his hundreds of
Rev. J. S. Dunning: Sunday school, 10 A.
M.: preaching at 7:45 P. M.
First Cumberland Church, corner of
Twelfth and East Taylor streets. Rev. E.
Nelson Allen, pastor Preaching service.
10:30 A. M.; Sunday school. 12 M.r Junior
Endeavor, 3:30 P. M.; Senior Endeavor,
6:20 P. M.: preaching services, 7:30 P. M.
ZIon'.s Presbyterian Church, East Twenty-eighth
and Glisan streets. A. W. Rein
herd, pastor Services in the German lan
guage at 11 A. M. and In the English lan
guage at 8 P. M.
Arbor Lodge Chapel. Bryant and Curtis
streets Sunday school, 3 P. M.; sermon
by Rev. L. M. Boozer at 4 P. M.
University Park Baptist Mission Sun
day school, 10 A. M.; preaching at 11 A.
M. and 7:3 P. M.
Adventist Church, East Eleventh
North anJ Everett streets. Rev. C. Ed
win Lelund. pastor Special Sunday
evening service, with sermon on
"Christ the Creator. Both of the Earth
and the Sabbath," at 8 P. M.
Second United, corner of Fargo and
Kerby streets. Rev. J. Bowersox, pastor
Preaching. 31 A, M.; Sunday school.
30 A. M.; K. C E.. 6:45 P. M.; sermon at
7:15 P. M.
United Evangelical Church. St Johns.
E. E. McVickers. pastor Preaching at
11 A. M.: bunduy school, 10 A. M.; Ju
.nior K. L. C. B.. 2:30 P. M.: Senior K.
L. C. E.. 6:45 P. M.; services at S P. M
First United Evangelical, East Tenth
and Sherman streets. Rev. A. A. Win
ters, pastor Sunday school. 10 A. Ms;
sermon, 11 A. M., on "Christ Our Life":
Lndeavor at 7 P. M: preaching at S P
M.. on "Sin and Salvation."
First Church. E;ist Couch and East
Eighth streets. Rev. W. F. Small, pas
torSermon, 11 A. M.. subject, "A
Grand Wdrd and a Grand Idea"; Sunday
school, 12:15 P. M.
MADE FROM HISTORIC TREE
"Widow of Alfred LucIIIng Presents
Milwaukle Grange With Gavel.
At the meeting of Milwaukle Grange,
Patrons of Husbandry, yesterday, Mrs.
Mary Roberts, master, presiding, in
accepting a beautiful gavel from the
j widow and daughter of the late Alfred
jueiiing, speeches were maae Dy Airs.
Roberts, Captain T. J. Apperson, T. R
A. Sellwood and Mrs. Margaret John
son. This gavel was made from a
cherry tree brought to Oregon in 1847
by Henderson Luelling across the
plains, and was among the flrst of
grafted trees brought to the North
west Mr. Luelling, who was the first
master of Milwaukle Grange, fashion
ed this gavel before his death, intend
ing to present it to the Grange, but
his widow and daughter had it finished
and suitably engraved on a sliver
band. Henderson Luelling was Alfred
Luelllng's father; and brought to Mil
waukle In a wagon the first grafted
fruit trees to the Northwest and from.
that stock all the grafted fruit trees
in the Northwest were propagated, in
eluding the Black, Republican, the
Bing, which still stand In Milwaukle
the Royal Ann and other varieties.
Captain Apperson paid a high trib
ute to Alfred Luelling and his father,
Henderson Luelling. He said:
"This little memento you have just
received is of great historic value, and
I have no doubt you will appreciate its
significance. It tells the story of the
propagation of grafted fruits in the
Northwest There were seedlings be
fore Henderson Luelling arrived from
across the plains in 3857 with his
It was announecd that the Wood
men of the World Hall had been se
cured for the meeting of Pomona
Grange the second Wednesday In July.
Master Roberts announced the follow
ing committees to have charge:
Entertainment and reception Mrs.
M. L- Roberts, Mrs. Alice Nye, Mrs. M.
D. Retd. Dinner Mrs. Margaret L.
Johnson. T. R. A. Sellwood, Mrs. Anna
Lance. Henry Beard. Mrs. Hattie Dowl-
lag. Care of horses William Sellwoed,
I J. I. Joiaaoa. Flewaxs and. decorations
Shed Dustpanful of Scales Every
Night Startling Story
CURED BY CUTICURA
After Doctors and Hospitals Pronounced Case Incur
ablePrayed for Death Body a Mass of Dis
ease, Skin Cracked, Nails Fell Off, Hair Dead
and Lifeless Blessed Relief from First Application-
of Cuticura Cured in Six Weeks.
I have been afflicted for twenty years with an obstinate skin disease,
called by some M. J)s. Psoriasis, and others Leprosy, commencing: on. my,
scalp j and in spite of all I could do, with the help of the most skillful doc
tors, it slowly but surely extended until a year ago this "Winter it covered
my entire person in the form of dry scales. For the last three years I
have been unable to do any labor, and suffering intensely all the time.
Every morning there would be nearly a dustrJanful of scales taken from the
sheet on my bed, some of them half as large as the envelope containing
this letter. In the latter part of Winter my skin commenced cracking
open. I tried everything, almost, that could be thought of, without any
relief. The 12th of June I started West, in hopes I could reach the Ho't
Springs. I reached Detroit and was so low 1 thought I should have to
go to the hospital, but finally got as far as Lansing. Mich., where I had a
sister living. One Dr. treated me about two weeks, but did me no
good. All thought I had but a short time to live. I earnestly prayed to
die. Cracked through the skin all over my back, across my ribs, arms,
hands, limbs; feet badly swollen; toe-nails came off; finger-nails dead ana
hard as a bone, hair dead, dry, and lifeless as old straw. 0 my God! how
I did suffer.
My sister, Mrs. E. H. Davis, had a small part of .a box of Cuticura in
the house. She wouldn't give up; said,. "We will try Cuticura. Soma
was applied on one hand and arm. Eureka! there was relief; stopped the
terrible burning sensation from the word go'. They immediately got Cuti
cura Resolvent, Ointment and Soap. I commenced by taking one table
spoonful of Cuticura Resolvent three times a day after meals; had a bath
once a day, water about blood heat; used Cuticura Soap freely; applied
Cuticura Ointment morning and evening. Result: returned to my home in
just six weeks from the time I left, and my skin as smooth as this sheer
Henderson, Jefferson Co., X. Y. HIRAM E. CARPENTER.
Sworn to before me this nineteenth day of January, 1SS0.
A. M. LEFFINTGWELL, Justice of the Peace.
We hereby certify that we are acquainted with the aforesaid Hiram E
Carpenter, and know his condition to have been as stated. We believe hit
statement to be true in every particular. (Signed), L. B. Simmons & Son,
Merchants; G. A. Thompson, Merchant; A. A. Davis; Millard E. Joiner:
Merchant; Jdhn Carpenter; A. M. LefSngwell, Attorney and Counsellor-at
Law, all of Henderson, N. Y.
Cure Permanent, March 20,. '05
The above testimonial was given us in 1SS0, twenty-five years agofc and
is published at this time to show that the cure was permanent, as Mr. Car
penter himself states in the following letter, written March 20, 1905 r "
have never suffered with the disease since. The Cuticura remedies should
come to the knowledge of everyone troubled with skin diseases. They have
genuine merit. If my own case had been the only one it would be different
but several cases have come to my knowledge just as wonderful as my own.
I am now in my seventy-fourth year and in pretty good health.
(Signed), HIRAM E. CARPENTER, Henderson, N. Y., March 20, 1905.
The above is only one of many marvelous cures made by the Cuticura
remedies. In this case, the cure not only meant escape from terrible suffer
ing and freedom from disfiguration, but undoubtedly prolonged his life,
as it is not probable that he could have lived in the condition he was before
cured by Cuticura, after trying all known remedies without any benefit,
and after having been pronounced incurable by Doctors and Hospitals.
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B7Ma!Ied Free. "How to Cure Every Humor of Infancy and Age."
Mrs. H. M. Anderson, Daniel Caul
kin. It Is expected that about 300 will
be entertained. Meals will be served
in the Town Hall.
On the afternoon of June 2 Dr. James
"Withycombe, Professor A. B. Cordley
and Professor I. F. Kent, of the Ore
gon Agricultural College, will hold an
institute in the Grange Hall. The
building will be appropriately decor
ated for the occasion.
In the afternoon, under the direction
WHY DO YOU SUFFER? :
Th.. -n.Utr 1 untinatf .tilTar?
of over BflO different remedies that he haa successfully used in different
Tfce fellorrlBt; tentiraealal from irell-kaeTnt people tell of the ttob
derfuJ curative powers ot Xatare'a otth herbs and roots i .
Thomas Walsh, Tenth and Everett streets, city, cured of stomach
trouble, two years standing. ,
Miss Helece Enberg. 60S Vancouver avenue, city, suffered many years
with dyspepsia of the stomach and lung trouble, and was said by doc
tors to have Incurable consumption. I am thankful to say, after ave
months treatment of Dr. C Gee Wo's remedies, I have fully regained ray
health and strength. I recommend all that are sick to go and see him.
Saved, from operation: Mrs. Theresa Gebrge, 70a Fourth street, city
I had suffered from inflammation of the womb and-ovaries and female
weakness, and tried many doctors. lut all said I would, die If I did not
have an operation. I tried Dr. C. Gee Wo's remedies as my last resource
and am thankful to say tljat after four months' treatment I wa3 entirely
CUrCHe guarantees to cure Catarrh. Asthma. Uver, Kidney, Lung Trouble.
Rheumatism. Nervousness, Stomach. Feraala Trouble and all private dls?
""dndreds of testimonials. Charges moderate. If you are sick wltk
any of the above testimonials, then call and see him.
Consultation free. .
Patients out of the city write for blank and circulars. Inclose stamp.
The C GceWo Medicine Co 253 zJSr.91 .
Stelrwkr ef 31?& AMer leaUr te sty eee.
of J. H. Heed, a local institute on the
cultivation or strawberries, onions and
other vegetables was held. C W.
Swallow, J. I. Johnson and O. A.
Fretag were the speakers. Captain J.
Ii. Apperson and T. Noltner were tho
guests of the Grange.
Initial steps were taken toward th
purchase or erection of a Grange Hall.
There was a large attendance and
much Interest displayed. A banquet
When the Great
C. GEE WO I
can cure you of any ailment by his powerful and
harmless Chinese herbs and roots, which are un
known to medical science of this country. His
wonderful cures throughout the United States
alone tell the story. Thousands of people are
thankful to him for saving their lives from
Thin fnTTinilS dOCtOr knOWS the HCtlOH