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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (June 17, 1896)
This is to certify that on May 11
I walked to Melick’s drug store on
WEDNESDAY JUNE. 17 18.6
- ■ ■ - a pair of crutches and bought a
A CUBAN EXILE.
bottle of Chamberlain’s Pain Balm
Cincinnati, June 8 Rev. A. J. which had crippled me up. After
Piaz. a Cuban, born within eight using three bottles I am completely
miles of Havana, and for 12 years cured. I can cheerfully recommend
pastor if the Gethsemane Baptist it—Charles H. Wetzel, Sunbury,
church in Cuba, now an exile by Pa.
order of General Weyler, preached
Sworn and subscribed to before
yesterday in Covingtun, also m me on August 10. 1894.—Walter
Mount Auburn, and last tight at Shipman, J. P. For sale at 50
the Ninth street Baptist church.
cents per bottle by druggists
He was a noncombatant in Cub: .
until his exile. Now he proposes
Those who are troubled with
to travel and lecture all over the
rheumatism should try a few ap
United States in the interests of]
plicat.ons of Chamberlain’s Pain
the Cuban patriots,ns he calls them, j
Balm, rubbing the parts vigorously
He was recently released from
I at each application. If that does
Morro castls i i obedience to orders
I not bring relief dampen a piece of
from the officials at Madrid, to
’flannel with Pain Balm and bind it
whom President Cleveland had
1 on over the seat < f pain and prompt
sent overture- in his behalf.
H-said he h id been a noncom relief will surely follow. For sale
batant and neutral. H j mantained by druggists.
a hospital in Havana for Spaniard-
and on on the outside of the city
f r the insurgents. He said Span
ish .-oldiers came and butchered
your Idea«; they may bring you wealth
200 unarmeo insurgents in his Protect
Write JOHN WEDDERBURN It CO.. Patent Attor
neyr, Washington, D C., for their ,1.8U0 price otter
country hcspi'al in cold blood, and •nd list ot two hundred inventions wanted
then bulletined it as an engagement
in which they won a great victory.
He said the Spanish soldie: s re )
peatedly went to plantations where i
the rebels had been, and, after they I
had gone, in every instance butch-1
ered all the unarmed citizens, wo I
men and children • included, and |
then Weyler would bulletin these
massacres as engagements with in ]
surgents and a Spanish victory.
It was for telling the truth of these
events that General Weyler im
prisoned him Morro castle.
A good ranch belong!- g to II. G
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liiil unrnO 1 S
Campbell, * containing
160 acre« 12
miles south east of Burns. This
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B ykd A K ing .
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gW“ Leave orders at Worthington’s Drug Store.
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Located first block East of Church.
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THE NAME 0 T"E NEXT
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