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Highest o f all in Leavening Power.— Latest U. S. Gov’t Report
For (¡od, and Hume and Native Laad.
EDITED BI TH*—
O. T. U.
T h « Ooqaillle City W . C. T . D. m e e ts * !
he M ethodist church, south, every Fri-
sy, at 8 o 'c lo ck p. m. All interested in the
work are invited to Ettend
William McGary has leased Mr.
The salmon cannery at Empire
Corman’s place above Norway,
is running at full blast
TFrom the National W . C . T . Ü. B ulletin.]
An original pension has been while the latter goes to southern
Four-tiftbs of the deaths of men granted to William T. Miller of Califuruia on account o f failing
in Belgium are attributed to alco Arago.
A. W. Brown, representing San
F. W. Wiland o f Myrtle Point
When drinking leads a man to
spent a day or two in this place born, Vail A Co. o f San Francisco,
commit crime it is a serious ques last week on business.
was interviewing our business firms
tion whether drinking itself be not
week. Mr. B. is a pleasant
Mrs. Aiken left the bay last week
crime.—Judge Carpenter, Hart
for San Francisco to select her young gentleman, and this was bis
first visit to Coos, with which he
winter stock of millinery.
was well pleased.
“ Never under any circumstances
Round trip tickets will be sold
take opium or any other totie drug
In Reston items, in Roseburg
by Arago and Areata to San Fran
unless prescribed by an intelligent
cisco, good for 30 days from issue, Review: Wm. A b ern eth /.of Dora,
physician,” says William Rosser
came over the old Coos bay road
for $15, cabin.
the other day, enroute for Rose
We would be glad to receive
Emergency hospitals in New some good lard, bacon, chickens or burg.
He was accompanied by
York add their testimony as to the eggs on subscriptions. Remember bis daughter and her husband, Mr.
benefits o f Sunday closing. Sunday, ye editor. N. B.—Or money will and Mrs. H. Burgess, of Auburn,
instead of being the busiest day, is be accepted.
now the quietest.
Dr. Dean Clark, the spiritualist,
Frank W. Spooner, the gentle
The government of Canada has who lectured at this place several manly and rustling traveling sales
prohibited the sale of intoxicants times and speut several weeks dur man and advertising agent o f the
among the Indians of Hudson Bay ing the summer in this county, is Stark Medicine Co. of Portland,
Oregon, spent several days in this
territory, and punishes severely any lecturing in Salem.
Elder Hollenbeak has supplied city last week. N. G. W. Perkins,
violation of this law.
The Canadian Pacific railroad our market with home-grown water druggist, of Myrtle Point, and Dr.
for years past has refused to sell melons lately. This office sampled S. L. Leneve, druggist, of this city,
its lands immediately joining its a fine one, and can certify to its have taken agencies for that firm
Thanks to Bro. in this section, and the advertise
stations except npon conditions lusciousness.
ments for both these local firms
which prelude the sale of intoxicat Hollenbeak.
A. C. Wilson has leased the appear in the H e r a l d . There
ing liquors thereon.
Ada H. Keepley, o f Effingham. blacksmith and wagonmaking shop must be merit in these proprietary
Ills., as superintendent of the lately run by Jim Whetstone, on preparations, for the firm is a repu
International and National Medal the corner opposite the Odd Fel table one and their scheme of ad
Contest Bureau, will furnish silver, lows’ hall, and will open out at once vertising is expensive, liberal and
exquisitely artistic, while they have
gold and diamond medals, with ap with new tools and machinery.
Rev. F. E. Scofield, Baptist spared no pains to bring their
propriate literature for such con
minister formerly residing
at goods before the public in a prac
tests, at the lowest rates.
tical way, confident that they will
It has been decided by the Marshfield, but for about a year past
establish themselves in the esteem
Presbytery that the
o f their patrons.
churches belonging to it must not turned and will probably reside on
use fermented juice for communion his place near Dora in this county.
than it had ever been done before,
and that unfermented grapes must
Charley Lorenz came up from and every house was supplied with
be substituted at all times.
The Bandon last Wednesday, and hav
attractive readiug matter. This
temperance pledges will be placed ing attended the s a I u o f goods
firm proposes to regard this south
in the Sunday-schools.
sayed' from the wrecked steamer west locality as partof Oregon, and
Gov. Morrill has appointed anti- Bawnmore, purchased a suite of will invade the claims of San
liquor men for the new board of finely upholstered furniture, which Francisco for trade.
police commissionere of Wichita, he brought home.
Kansas, but before their appoint
James A. Hatcher, of near Fair-
The Arago has made 246 voyages
ment the city council rendered them view, last week brought in, besides
to this port.
powerless to enforce the prohibi other choice produce, some Globe
Mrs.ThomasDickson, nee Tyrrel,
tory law by repealing all ordinances Danvers onions, for which that and family left on the Blanchard
relating to the liquor traffic.
section hAs been famous for years. for Portland, where they will re
A Swiss legal journal declares He left a sample of what can be side.
Charles Sneddon and wife re
that 90 per cent of all Swiss crim done in that line at this office, two
turned ou the Arago, after visiting
inals are people who own nothing of which weigh 3 pounds. The
their old home in Scotland for
and have little likelihood o f ever larger one measures 16Jxl4J inches several months.
being able to earn a sufficiency. around, and they are solid, smooth
Charles Moon leaves for Salem
It is also shown by statistics how and beautiful.
next week to take the Deccssary ex
amination before the supreme court
drunkenness and crime rise with
Our friend nnd former fellow- to become a lawyer. We wish him
depression in trade and industry;
citizen, J. W. Wimer, who for some much success.
and fall as soon as wages go up.
two or three years past has been
Wm. Lauglois, of Curry county,
Dealers in Massachusetts who conducting a large nursery at Glide, was a passenger on the Areata ou
have been selling so-called "bop in Douglas county, and devoted her last trip from the city, having
beer” have been compelled to take much timeand intelligent commun just returned from a sealing cruise
on the Japan coast.
He was a
out United States retail liquor ication with the press to develop
hunter on theschooner Winchester,
licenses and pay small fines for the horticultural interests o f the which was seized on her nrrival in
violating the revenue law.
The state, has now moved to Canyon- San Francisco last week.
officials decided, after a scrupulous ville, in the southern part of Doug
A ll druggist# »ell Dr. Miles* Nervo Plasten.
examination of the beer,that it came las county, where he will make bis
(K oseburg Review.)
within the taxable limit as to the future homo.
T e m p e ran eo
lo te s .
Mr. Ivan E. Gresheff, minister
o f fiuance of Bulgaria, in a recent
speech pointed out that one of the
greatest curses of the peasantry are
the kriohmi (drinking places), and
recommended to the committee
appointed to consider ways o f bet
tering their condition the division
o f the best means of limiting the
liquor traffic in that country.
The National Education Society
recently held at Denver approved
the general movement throughout
the country for promoting educa
tion in the field of American citizen
ship, and bas emphasized the im
portance of placing before the peo
ple of our country fuller history
o f what has deen accomplished by
arbitration to secure peace through
out the world.
E. W. J oy C o m p a n y — Gentlemen:
This is the first time I have attempted
so write for three years. Have been
to nervous nnd weak that I have
laid in bed most of the time.
A friend who hail taken your
Harsnparilla sent Yue two bottles.
The second one is most gone, and
I have gained twenty pounds, and
surely feel a new woman
pale, thin, no Ambition. Had given
up, as I had tried so many remedies
and doctors, but found no benefit
If you care to publish this you have
my consent, (Signed)
Mas. A. C. T i u . m a s ,
Head Aches, Billiouancss and Tor
pid Liver disappear when vou take
Joy's Vegetable Sarsaparilla.
Mrs. S. A. Kell, of Pomona, Cal.,
had the bad luck to sprain her anklo
“ I tried several liniments,” she says,
“ but was not cured until I used
Chamberlain’s Pain Balm.' That
remedy cured me and I take pleas
ure in recommending it nnd testify
ing to its efficacy.” This medicine
is also of great value for rheumn-
tism, lame back, pains in the chest,
pleurisy and all deep-seated and
muscular pains. For sale by Dr.
S. L. Leneve, druggist.
The correspondent from “ Ophir
and Vicinity,” in the Port Orford
Tribune of last week, speaks thus
of meeting Gen. Siglin in Curry
county: “ It was our good fortune
to meet General Siglin the other
day. With theexception of grayer
hair, he looks his old time sell.
He says there is no difference be
tween n Cleveland Democrat and
a Sherman Republican—and like
a patriot he does not propose to
BtAnd either. Alas, how many who
know this to be true have not the
courage o f their convictions, but
will permit their party bosses to
ride them into the gold-bug camp.
Wbat is to become o f our country
if men with sense and a little free
dom left, have lost the spirit of
Judge S. W. DeVVitt, the Indian
claims examiner, came out from
Coos county, Satuiday, and is now
at the McClallen House.
feeling indisposed on account of a
Claude Nosier, of Coquille City,
on his way to attend the state
normal school at Monmouth; Wm.
J. Abernethy, of Dora, and R. E.
Golden, o f Marshfield, eDroute to
Corvallis, to enter the agricultural
college, were receDt arrivals at the
Hotel Van Houten.
Flanagan and Sherwood brought
ont 200 head of fine cattle from
Coos county last week for Yaung &
Co., of Oakland. Those driven out i
by RussellDemeut for P.B.Becklev !
were genuine heavy-weights, and
two o f the ateera weighed 3940
pouuds, although in only ordinary
A gentleman told us
Saturday that he saw over 180 bead
of this lot weighed, aud the average
was over 1200 pounds.
Roseburg Review: Some of the
brightest newspapers in Oregon
have the dullest editors. They have'
just sense enough to steal the best
things other editors write—and the
general public seldom kuow tbe
We could name ex
changes in which an original
thought or idea is an exception. j
Newspaper men should combiue to
expose these editorial impostors.
There is more catarrh in this section o f
the country than all other diseases and
until the last few years was supposed to he
Tho following instructors will be
incurable. F or a »treat- m any years doctors
prononnoed it a local disease, end pre in charge o f the blind school at
scribed local remedies, and by constantly Salem this year: Prof. J.L. Carter,
failing to cure with local treatment, p ro
nounced it incurable. Science ha# proven superintendent; Mrs. J. L. Carter,
catarrh to be a constitntional disease, and matron; Miss M. McFaddeu and
therefore requires constitutional treatm ent.
H all’ s Catarrh Care, m annfactnred bv F. J. Miss Sadie Bristow, teachers; Miss
Cheney A C o., T oledo, Ohio, is the only co n Bertha Hubbard, music teacher,
stitutional enre on the m arket. It is taken
aud Miss Etta Skeel in charge of
internally in doses o f 10 dropa t o a tea-
spoonful. It acts directly on the blood and the industrial department
mucous surfaces o f the system . They offer
Forest Grove,after a hot munici
one hundred dollars for auy case it fitta to
enre. Send fo r circulars and testim onials 1 pal battle, has decided to bond the
F. J. CH F.NKY Jt Co., T oledo,O .
city for $30,000 for a waterworks.
t£ T S o ld by druggists, 75c.
P IO N E E R
Some time ago John Priest, ex
collector of customs of Yaquina,
discovered a process by which fir
and other wood could be rendered
impervious to the toredo and the
effect» of decay.
Mr. Priest ob
tained a pateut on bis discovery,
and last week announced that he
expected to sell the right for the
United states within a few days
to a company or syndicate, for $20,-
000. The Toledo Post says that
everybody who knows John Priest
will be pleased to hear of his good
luck, for be is a very worthy gen
tleman, and needs this windfall just
now more than at any other period
of his life.
The Weekly Irish Times reoently
printed a notice inquiring for in
formation of the whereabouts of
Michael McMahon Murphy, whose
fatbsr, James Murphy, clerk of the
Union, Dundolk, County Louth,
died June 8, 1895.
last heard o f about four years ago
iD Roseburg, Douglas county, Ore
gon, and if he wishes to communi
cate with his friends he should
address them through “ Mutual Aid
Department. Weekly Irish Times,
Westmoreland street, Dublin, Ire
Roseburg Review: Theappoint-
ment of Henry E. McGinn, the
drunkenMultnomah county senator,
to the vacancy o d the bench caused
by Judge Hurley’s death, will dis
appoint many Republicans who
had hoped for a new deal under
Governor Lord. McGinn isone of
Joe Simon’s most pliant 'tools,
and probably the most unfit man to
be upon the bench in all Oregon.
WILL CUBE YOU -
Dr. Price’s Cream Baking Powder
World’ « Fair Highest Award.
Another Free Offer.
C. B., R. &
E. R. R. & N. Co.
V T O T IC K —H on . W . «in clu ir is tho repn-
larly authorized agent at C oquille City
. . .
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for tbe collection o f subsidy and rig h i
si ay subscriptions on account o f this com
R* A. G R A H A M .
(L oren z B uildin g)
C O Q U IL L E
..T H E ..
C ITY .
JOHNSON BROS Projs.
I L L keep con sta n tly on hand a c o m
plete line o f
FR ESH AND SA L T E D M EATS,
Bologna. Head Cheese,
V E G ETA B LES, CAN N ED G O O D S
A Bright Lad,
Coffee, Sugars, Teas,
Ten years of age, but who declines to give Ills
name to the public, makes i)iis Authorized,
confidential statement to us:
“ When I was one year oid, my mamma died
of consumption. Til« doctor said that I,
too, would soon die. and all our neighbors
thought Hint even if 1 did not die, I would
never b© unit to walk, because I was so
weak nnd puny. A gathering formed and
broke under my arm. 1 hurt my finger and
it gat be red and threw out pieces o f lame.
If I hurt myself so as to break the skin, it
was sure to become a running sore. I had
to take lots of medicine, but nothing has
done me so mudi good as A yer’ s Sarsapa
rilla. It lias made me well aud strung/’—
T. D. M., Norcatur, Hans.
T obaccos, Cigars, etc.
n r Prices are as low as the lowest. J F *
Orders from any part prom ptly filled.
A Y E R ’S Sarsaparilla
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, £faam.
Cures others, w ill cure y o u
T r a in and Band-Sawing
AVING w ell-ngged Tnniing-Lafche and
Band-Saw in operation, the under
A L L KIN D S O F
G. A. R. NOTICE.
W e take this opportunity o f inform ing
our subscribers th a t the new Commission©
o f Pensions has been appointed* H e is an
old soldier, and we believe that soldiers and
their heirs will receive justice at his hands.
W e d o not anticipate that there w ill be any
radical changes in the ad m inistration o f
pension affairs under the new regime.
W e wonld advise, however, that U. 8.
soldiers, sailors, and their heirs, take steps
to make application at once, if they have
n ot already done so, in o rdor to secure the
benefit o f the early filin g o f their claims
in case there should b e any fa tare pension
Such legislation is seldom
T herefore it is o f great im
portance th a t applications be filed in the
department at the earliest possible date.
I f U . S. soldiers, sailors or their widows,
children or parents, desire inform ation in
regard to pension m atters, they should
write to T he P ress C laim s C ompany , at
W ashington, D . C., and they will prepare
and send the necessary application, if they
find them entitled under the numerous laws
enacted fo r their benefit. Address,
PRESS C L A IM S COM PA N Y,
P . O . B o x 385.1
W ashington, D . C .
A . t r i e d . h l .h - .r a H . F am ily S o n in .
M achine, possessing all m od ern
im prove ment».
G u aranteed E q u a l to t h e B est
P r ic e # v e r y r e a s o n a b le . O b ta in t h e m
f r o m y o u r lo c a l cl e n te r a u d m a k e
c o m p a r is o n s .
ELDREDGE MANUFACTURING CO.
Fonti ss Rectifying pills cure! constipation ¡Prentiss Koctllylug puis cure constipation
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Snow has fallen heavily on the
mountain range west ot Baker
At the mussle beds, north of
Oceanside, D e a r San Diego, Cal.,
Mrs. L. R. Stiles and her father, J.
B. Borden, were both shot and
killed last Tiesday by unknown
parties. Mrs. Stiles was outraged.
A white man and a half breed negro
Borden was 80
The general convention of the are suspected.
Baptists o f Oregou will meet in the years old.
Baptist church in Eugene this fall,
the meeting commencing Ootober I 3 R . J. BURT. MOORE,
22d and closing October 29th.
SU RGEON A N D P H Y SIC IA N .
C. O. White is turning out some
I L L prom ptly respond to all calls,
50 Chinese pheasants ou the Raley
dav or night.
farm, near Pendleton, for propaga
C O Q U IL L E C IT Y , O R E G O N .
Rev. J. C. Douglas, Baptist, of
Pendleton, illustrates his Sunday
evening sermons with a stereopti-
The Nutioual Tribune and .the
H euald both one year for ouly
Turning and Band-Saw Work
at any time. Can be fo u n d at the S h in gle -
(3 t f )
W . W . S H IE L D S .
Almost all pills and modlclno produce constipation, horo Is a pill that cures torpid
liver, blllousnoss. ‘rheumatism. Indigestion, sick headache and kidney and liver
troubles without griping or leaving* any trace o f C O N S T I P A T I O N , which
Is the primo cause of all sickness, beware o f it getting habitual and chronic with you,
o w to »n
m u DU1U
Use P R E N T I S S R E C T I F Y I N G PILL,
bocauso It Is tho only safe and harmless
remedy that will surely B E A U T IF Y th©
clear th© skin and remove all blotches from tho face. Try a box and boo for your
self. £> Cents a box.
SOLD ONLY IN SEALED PACKAGES.
S O L D B Y ALL D R U G G IS T S ,
Or sent by m oll upon roceipt o f prico by
W A LTER D R A N E,
B lacksm ith and
W agonm aker,
The long winter evenings can be
very profitably devoted to reading,
Prentiss Chemical and Manufacturing Co.f
but there are some things that we
406 CALIFORNIA STREET,
must read the year round.
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Prentiss R ectifying pilla euro constipation Prentiss Horrifying pi liseur«* constipation
these is a local paper: the best in
the ’ county is before you— the
For sale by R. S. Knowlton, Druggist
L L kin d s o f farm work solicited . H orse
H ekald .
Another is a good home
shoeing and plow work a specialty
paper of general circulation, such Supplies fo r logg in g w ork, wedger., dogs
cant-hooks and everything used in
as “ Womankind,” for instance, rings,
loggin g cam ps kept o n hand. Satisfaction
which comes once a month filled guaranteed. S hop o n corner north o f P io-
with the best things for a busy neei F eed s ta b le .
housewife. We are able by special
arraugements with the publishers, Chance for a Nice Home, Cheap
to oger “ Womankind” free for a
\ C U E S O F L A N D , W IT H A
year to every paid-in-advance sub
1 £ x \ _ go o d , new 2 story hou se o f 7
scriber to our paper, aud are glad room s, besides closets and porches, all w ell
to do so, for we are convinced that finished, g o o d spring close to hou se, barn,
and ya rd , high land gard en ,
no home paper in America containa ohicken-bonse
you ng orchard o f prunes, plnms, cherries,
Equal with tlie interest o f those having claims against the government I®
peaohes, w ith an abun
more of practical value to women.
that of INVENTORS, who often lose the benefit o f valuable inventions because
a n ce o f small fru its. About o n e -h a lf is
Bright stories, clever poems, the d b ottom
incompetency or inattention of the attorneys employed to obtain their
land , with garden, or pasture fo r a
patents. Too much care cannot be exercised in employing competent and reli
latest fashions, news of woman’s oow , with stock water, aud all cleared and
to procure patents, for the value of a patent depends greatly, if not
G . W. N O R T O N ,
on fe n o e d . A pply to
C oqu ille C ity, ( W est S id e .)
entirely, upon the care and skill of the attorney.
“ Motherhood,” “Cultivation of Flow
With the view of protecting inventors from worthless or careless attorneys,
ers,” a woman’s parliament for the
and o f seeing that inventions are well protected by valid patents, we have re
tained counsel expert in patent practice, aud therefore are prepared to
discussion of matters of interest,
are a few of the bright features of
Obtain Patents In the United States and all Foreign Countries, Conduct In
terferences, Make Special Examinations, Prosecute Rejected Cases,
To the head of the house we
O r Trustees
Register Trade-Marks and Copyrights, Render Opinions as to
offer on the same terms “ Farm
Scope and Validity of Patents, Prosecute and
Defend Infringement Suits, Etc., Etc.
News,” an agricultural paper, edited
by a practical farmer (Miller Purvis,
I f you have an invention on hand send a sketch or photograph thereof, to
gether with a brief description of the important features, and you will be at once
esq., late state lecturer of the Ohio
advised as to the best course to pursue. Models are seldom necessary. If
Farmer’s Alliance), and filled each
others are infringing on your rights, or if you are charged with infringement by
month with suggestions from able
submit the matter to us for a reliable OPINION before acting on the
FOR SCHOOLS OR ACADEMIES
correspondents, that make it an
W ill find it to their interest to consult o -
absolute necessity to every wide w rite the undersigned, agent fo r Kane &
T H E P R E S S C L A IM S C O M P A N Y ,
awake farmer. This paper is yours Co . m anufacturers. C hicago, 111.
618 F STREET, NORTHWEST,
W e sell direct from the fa ctory, and
for the asking, provided you are a ship, f. o. b., to San F rancisco or P ortland .
P. O. BOX 4 6 3 .
subscriber to our paper.
JOH N R O W A N , Agent.
C oquille C ity, O regon .
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Remember every paid-in-advance 19 tf 1
subscriber to the H e r a i . d is entitled
to his choice in either of these
papers. Tell your neighbors about
this offer. A samplo copy of both
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-------and invite the m ost J
papers may be obtained by address
earutul investigation as to our responsible S
ity aud tho m erits o f our Tablets.
ing the Hosterman Publishing Co.,
Come in and pay a year in ad
vance to the H erald and get one o f
W ill com p letely destroy th© desire fo r TOBACCO In from 3 toft davg. P erfectly h a rm
less; cause n o sickness, and m ay b o given in a cup o f tea o r coffee without the know l
those attractive papers free.
edge o f the patient, w h o w ill volu ntarily slop sm oking o r chew ing in a few days.
School : Boards
Desks or Supplies
J Double Chloride of Gold Tablets
DRUNKENNESS and MORPHINE HABIT
Caveats, and Trade-Marks obtained and all Pat-|
ent business conducted for M oderate feta .
Ou* O ffice is ORRO« ite U. •. P a n * T O ffice
and we can secure patent m lesa tuna Uuu» those
'remote from Washington.
. . .
, Sind model, drawing or photo„ With descrip
tion. We advise, if patentata or not, fret of
charge. Our fee not due till patent is secured.
A P amphlet , How to Obtain Patents,” with
cost ot same m tha U. S. and foreign countries;
sent free. Address,
C. A. SN OW & CO.
\isi Owr. P.TCNT o m e t . W ..M IS .T O S , D. C.
the patient, b y the ase o f our SPECIAL FORMULA COLO CURE TABLETS.
D u rlngtreatm entpatlents are allowed th© free nso o f L iquor o r M or-
phlne until such thane as th ey shall voluntarily gi vo them up.
We send particulars and pam phlet o f testim onials fre e , and shall
be glad to place sufferers from any o f those habits In com m u n ica
tion with persons who have been cured b y the use o f our T a b l e t s .
_ H IL L ’ S T A B 1 L L E E T S ©re fo r sale b y all f ir s t - class
druggists at 6 | .O O t per
I f your druggist do<
does not keep them , enclose ns jp | .O
• o O
v ^ a
and we ___________
w ill seud you,
you, b y return m ail, a package or our ui
T a blets.
Writ© you r nam e and address plainly, and state
whether Tablets are fo r Tobacco, M orphino or
DO NOT BR DECEIVED Into purchasing
any o f the various nostrums that are being
offered f o rjw tle.
Ask fo r H I L L ’ S
T A B L E T S and take n o other.
Manufactured only by
OHIO CHEMICAL CO,
SI. 6S A 66 Open Block,
C H IC itEH BllSlia PITS
Incubators A Brooders*
Make money while
other» are was* tug
time by old processes
Catalog tel Is all about
itanda I escribes every
article needed for tl>~
w ho have been
cured by the use of
Hill s Tablets.
T hu O h io c h e m ic al O o .:
D ea r S i r :—I have been using you r
cure fo r tobacco habit, aud found It wonld
do what you claim for it. I used ten cents
w orth o f the strongest ch ew ing tobacco a day,
and irom one to five cigars; o r I would sm oke
_ om ten to fo rty pipes o f tobacco. Have chewed
and smoked fo r tw enty five years, and tw o packages
Of your Tablets cured m e so I have no desire fo r it.
B. M. J A YLOKD, Leslie, Micb.
D o b b s F e r r y . N. Y.
T h » O h io C h em ica l O o . :—G entlem en Some tim e ago 1 sent
fo r ©1.00 worth o f y o u r Tablets fo r T obacco Habit. 1 received
them all rig h t and, although I was both a heavy sm oker and chewer,
th e y d id the w ork in leas than three days. I am cured.
T ru ly you rs, MATHEW JOHNSON, P. O. B ox 4».
P ittsbu r gh , P a .
he O h io C hem ica l C _ o .:—G e n t l e m e n :—It gives m e PI
pleasure to speak a
* t o th
* e use o f
w ord o f praise for your Tablets. My son was strongly a
juor, and through
h a friend, I was led to try your
yonr Tablets. He was a h e a v y :
constant drinker, out a fter using your Tablets but three days he quit drinking,
have waited fou r month b efore w riting
and w ill not touch liquor o f any kind
you, in ord er to know th© cure was permanent.
MKd. H E L E N MORRISON.
The “ ERIE”
merhanlcolly the best
.wheel. Prettiest model.
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C in c in n a ti , O n io.
T h « O h io C h e m ic a l O o :—G e n t l e m e n :—Your Tablets have perform ed a m iracle in myce.se.
I have used m orphine, hypoderm ically, fo r seven years, ana have been cured by th eu se o f
W. L. LOTEGAY.
tw o packages o f your Tablets, and w ithout a n , effort on m y part.
Address all Orders to
T H E OHIO C H EM IC A L CO.,
8 l , 63 and 8a Opera Block. LIMA, OHIO.