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THE MORNING OREGONIAN, FRIDAY,- OCTOBER 27, 1905.
NY BE DISSOLVED
Five Thousand Oregon Corpor
ations Are Delinquent.
SHORT TIME TO PAY TAX
Proclamation of Governor in Two
Months Will Take Away the
Power of Doing Business
Unless law Is Obeyed. - ,
SALEM, Or., Oct- 26. (Special.)--Two
months hence 5000 Oregon corporations
will be dissolved by proclamation of the
Governor unless they comply with the
terms of the corporation license law be
fore, that time expires. Many of these
concerns hold real property or negotiable
paper, and all will .lose their power of
transacting business from the date disso
lution is proclaimed. More than that, any
person who shall exercise ,pr attempt to
exercise the corporate powers after dis
solution has been -proclaimed will be liable
to a fine of $1000 and Imprisonment for one
year. The law is plain and comprehensive
in Its terms, and will operate to suspend
the powers of delinquent corporations un
less they comply with the requirements.
These 5000 corporations referred to are
concerns which have not in any manner
complied with the corporation license tax
'w. There are 10.000 corporations listed
on the books of the Secretary' of State,
and of these 3000 have complied with the
law. Some have already gone out of, exist
ence, but there remains on the list a large
number of corporations which, though not
doing a very active business, hold .property
rights which they must protect. Because
the corporations have not been doing an
active business and are merely holding
property, the officers of the companies
have neglected to comply with the law
and thereby retain their corporate powers.
"When thoy have been dissolved by procla
mation of the -Governor, hey will no
longer have power to execule a deea. col
lect a debt or enforce any right In the
courts of the state.
Corporations that may be dissolved by
the Governor can secure reinstatement
only by paying a sum to be fixed by the
Governor, which must be not less than
double the amount of license fees due and
delinquent at the time of the dissolution.
The law governing the dissolution of cor
porations was passed by the Legislature
of 1905, and, not having been given much
publicity. Its terms are not generally un
derstood. Those sections of the act appli
cable to delinquent corporations arc as
On or before the first Monday In January
in each year the Secretary of State ehall re
port to the Governor a llet of all corporations
whih for two year or more next preceding
such report have failed, neglected, or refused
to furnish any 6uch statement or to pay any
such license fee, and the Go-ernor shall forth
with Issue hl proclamation declaring uch
corporations dissolved and their articles of In
corporation revoked and repealed.
The proclamation of the Governor shall be
flleJ In the office of the Secretary of State, and
published In such newspapers and for such
length of time as the Secretary of State shall
designate; and the Secretary of State ehall
indorse on the articles of Incorporation of each
corporation that It ha been dissolved and lta
said articles revoked and Repealed.
Any person or persons who shall exercise
or attempt to exercise any power under the
articles of Incorporation of any euch corpora
tion after the Issuance of euch proclamation
-ball be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and
fihall be punished by Imprisonment not ex
ceeding one year, or a fine not exceeding $1000.
or both. In the discretion of the court.
"Whenever It Is established to the satisfac
tion cf the Governor that any corporation
r.aroed in the proclamation referred to In flec
tion 2 and 3 had not. In fact, neglected or
refused to furnish any uch statement or to
pay any such license fee for two consecutive
years, the Governor shall, and he is hereby
authorized to. correct such mistake by filing
his proclamation to that effect In the office of
the Secretary of State.
If any corporation heretofore or hereafter
created shall be dissolved In the manner here
in provided for. the Governor, by and, with
the advice of tho Attorney-General, may, at
any time within two years after uch dlssplu
tlon, upon payment by said corporation to the
State Treasurer of euch sum as may be fixed
and determined 03 the Governor, which sum
Fball In no case be less than, nor more than
double the fees and tax? then delinquent,
or which should have been paid by such
corporation, reinstate such corporation and re
store It to all Us franchises and privileges':
and upon such payment, as aforesaid, the
Secretary of State shall Issue his certificate
entitling such corporation to resume IU 6ald
bumness and its franchi.es.
Nothing herein contained ehall relieve any
such reinstated corporation from penalty of
forfeiture of its power as a body corporate
In case of failure to pay subsequently accru
ing licenses and taxes imposed by any law
of this state.
Nothing hWhls act ahall be construed to
affect any suits now pending by or against
any corporation mentioned In the flnst tec
tion of this act. nor any suit now pending or
hereafter brought for any liability against the
stockholders or officers Uiereof, nor to revive
sny charter oj corporations previously dis
solved or annulled nor to make valid any do;
festive organization of any corporation.
TO CONTROL OYSTER OUTPUT
Willapa Bay Companies Will Soon
Enter a Combine.
SOUTH BEND, Wash., Oct. 26. (Spe
cial ) There are all kinds of rumors
afloat here that the oystem companies
of Willapa Bay district are soon to com
bine under one management. Tho main
companies to enter the combine are the
Northern Oyster Company, the Oyster-
vllle Oyster Company, and the Xahcotta
Point Oyster Company. If this consoli
dation takes place the new company and
the Toke Point Oyster Company will
practically have control of the oyster
output of the Willapa district, and will.
with the Morgan Oyster Company, ot
San Francisco, control the oyster bus
iness of the Pacific Coast.
The new company will be capitalized
at 5200.000 which is a conservative est!
mate of the value of the company's hold
ings and the stock will be issued to the
members at par. The Oystervlllc Com
pany now has a capitalization of $55,000.
The annual traffic in oysters on the bay
is now about 51,000,000 and is rapidly In
GOVERNOR REFUSED TO SIGN
Deeds to State Lands Arc Issued at
SALEM. Or.. Oct. 26. (Special.) For the
flrst time in the history of Oregon, deeds
to state lands have been issued without
the signature of the Governor. Governor
Chamberlain refused to sign the deeds is
sued yesterday conveying 10,000 acres of
state school land to various holders of cer
tlficates of sale, which certificates the
Marion County grand jury reported as
having been fraudulently obtained. Sec
retary of State Dunbar and State Treas
urer Moore signed the deeds, and. In the
opinion of Attorney-General Crawford,
these two signatures will be sufficient to
Governor Chamberlain's refusal to affix
his signature was not an effort to prevent
conveyance of title, but was a further in
dication of his protest against the issu
ance of the deeds. Th3 Governor said that
the majority should rule and that since
two members of the Board had decided
that deeds shall be issued, he would sign
them if his signature were necessary in
order to carry out the will of the majority
of the Board. He did not believe that one
member should absolutely control the ac
tion of the three.
In order to ascertain whether his signa
ture was necessary, the Governor submit
ted the question to Attorney-General
Crawford, who replied that there is noth
ing" in the law requiring the signatures of
all three, and that all legal authorities
agree that where- an act is to be per
formed, by a board of three, the signa
tures of a majority are sufficient, provid
ed all three were present when the ac
tion was taken.
The deeds were Issued in .favor of M.
A.. Nichols, William E. Wheeler. Nelson
P. Wheeler and William B. Ners'ereau.
Sitting for Judge McCredlc.
VANCOUVER. Wash., Oct. 26. (Spe
cial.) Judge O. V.iLinn, of Olympla, is
oocupylng the bench at the Superior
Court of Clarke County Instead of Judge
McCredlc, in the case of John Judge vs.
Washington & Oregon Railway and
Navigation Company. Judge McCredle is
barred from presiding because ie-was a
former employe of the railway company.
Paces Charge of Seduction.
SOUTH BEND, Wash., Oct. 26. Spe
cial.) Tho preliminary examination of
Will Belknap, arrested in Prineville, Or.,
last Tvcek on the charge of seduction,
preferred by Miss Hanna Hughe. who
lives at the head of the bay, will take
place before Judge Egbert Friday.
FARMER KftVE UP HIS SHOES
NO OTHER VALUABLES TO GIVE
Excited Victim Walks Barefoot to
the Nearest Town andSluttcrs
Tale Over Telephone.
COLFAX. Wash.. Oct- 26, (Special.)
Since the close of the Lewlston Fair the
Palousc country is overrun with tough
characters who have been following the
race meets and are now trying to reach
the Coast. Numerous crimes have been
committed by them, but the most unique
was .the hold-up of a farmer near Dia
mond this evening. The' farmer had no
money and the thug compelled him to
take off his shoes and coat and give them
to the hold-up artist, who then continued
on his Journey down the road.
The farmer was badly frightened and
made no effort to capture the man nor
arouse neighbors, but walked barefooted
to Diamond, where he telephoned the
facts to Sheriff Canut. The farmer was
so badly excited that he could scarcely
talk and his name could not be under
stood by tho Sheriff.
A drunken man was robbed In Pun-
man last night by a youth he had met at
Lewiston and who accompanied him to
Pullman where the youth left him, after
taking his watch and money.
Teddy Rover, colored, and Charles Kltt-
rell. white, were captured near St. John
last night with four horses stolen near
Garfield and Lee Siding. Both came from
Lewigton and were put off a train at Gar
field. Government Testing -Plant.
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON. Eugene,
Oct, 26. (Special.) Workmen are en
gaged In the construction of a building
on the campus to receive the Govern
ment stone and timber-testing- plant,
for which the State of Oregon appro
priated 53000 at the last session of the
Legislature. Tne building- is located
just north of the gymnasium and a lit
tle to the rear of the Engineering Hall,
is 30 feet wide and 40 feet long- and has
solid foundations of cement and mason
ry to support the heavy testing machin
ery. The machinery to bo installed con
sists of two universal testers, a cement
breaker, a ten-horse power motor and
saws and planer for getting material
Into shape for testing. The large uni
versal tester, a machine capable of ex
erting 200,000 pounds pressure, was
shipped from Portland this morning
and the other machines, excepting- the
cement breaker are already upon the
Meeting of Red Men.
ASTORIA. Or.. Oct. 26. (Special.)
John W. Cherry, of Norfolk. Va., great
incohonee of the Improved Order of
Red Men. and Wilson Brooks, of Chi
cago, great chief of records, of the same
organization, will arrive in the city on
November 14 to pay an official visit
to Concomly Tribe. They will be ac
companied by W. H. Conyers, great
sachem for the State of Oregon, as well
as ether members of tho great council,
and during their visit the new hall,
which the local tribe recently built,
will be dedicated.
An invitation has been extended to
the various tribes in the Columbia
River district, both in Oregon and
Washington, to participate in the cere
monies. Saloon Closing Laws Are Valid.
BOISE, Idaho, Oct. 26. (Special.)
Another chapter was added to the Sunday-closing
programme in Boise, when
Judge Smith today decided the ordi
nances, providing for closing saloons on
Sundays and at midnight on week days
Frank Callaway for violating both,
ordinances was lined in Police Court
after pleading guilty. His case was
appealed to the District Court and came
on for hearing before Judge Smith sit
ting for Judge Stewart. The defense
devoted Itself to an attack on the con
stitutionality and reasonableness of the
ordinances, but Judge Smith holds
against It on both features.
News of Husband's Death.
SALEM, Or., Oct 26. (Special.) A
week ago Mrs. S. G. Piatt, of Paradise,
Cal.. received a telegram asking her to
come to Dallas to aid her sister. Mrs.
Thomas Gill, whose husband recently
died at that place. Today Mrs. Piatt
received a telegram from her home con
veying news of the sudden death of
her own husband, and tonight, burdened
by a double grief, she left for Cali
fornia. Presumably Mr. Piatt died of
Forgot to Get a License. ,
ASTORIA. Or., OcL 26. (Special.)
When the case against Charles Elan
dcr, arrested on the charge of operat
ing a :ish trap without having a state
license, was called today, Peter Ander
son, owner of the trap, appeared for
Elander, pleaded guilty and paid a fine
of $50 and costs, aipountlng to $5S.50.
Anderson said he had forgotten to e
curo a license.
To Form Company In New York.
VICTORIA. B. C.. OcL 26. W. F. Haw
trey, a prominent Australian actor, broth
er of Charles B. Hawtrey, who had been
nine years -in Australia, arrived by the
Moana and is on his way to New York
to form a company to produce "The Two
Mr. Weatherbys." in this country.
Another Than John Stormer.
ESTACADA. Or., OcL 26. (Special.)
Through a confusion of names It was
announced that John Stormer. who lives
near this place, had become insane. Mr.
Stormer is in excellent health and spir
its and in full use of all his faculties.
Two Men -anti a Woman Are
Charged With . Kidnaping.
ALL TRACE OF THEM LOST
Seventeen-Year-Old Minnie Trigg, of
Jssaquah, Takes a Ride In a
Buggy and Docs Not
SEATTLE, Wash., Oct. 26. (Special.)
Harry Clifford. Harry Loomls and a
woman who passed in Issaquah as the
wife of Lomls were charged In a
complaint issued by Prosecuting Attor
ney Mackintosh this morning with kid
naping 17-year-old Minnie Trigg from
Issaquah Sunday. No trace of the three
pereons for whom warrants were is
sued today, or of the missing girl, has
been found since they reached Seattle,
It is alleged that Clifford, who is said
to have been the prime mover in tho
kidnaping, took the girl from home for
the purpose of placing her In a disor
Loomls and Clifford came to Issaquah
about a month ago and obtained em
ployment in a neighborhood lumber
camp. They lodged at the hotel con
ducted by the missing girl's mother.
Sunday the three Induced the Trigg
girl to go for a. buggy ride. The horse
and buggy, were found near the shore
of Lake Washington. From that point
the party was traced to Seattle, whero
It was Impossible to get any further
trace of them.
TEST OF THE SCALPING LAW
Washington Supreme Court Hears
Argument in O'Neill Case.
OLTMPIA. Wash., Oct. 26. (Special.)
As a ground for arguing the anti-tlcket-scalping
law of 1503 Is unconstitutional.
Judge W. H. Brlnker. of Seattle, today
nsperted to the Supreme Court that the
law was forced through the Legislature
hy railroad representatives with the
threat that if It was not passed they
would grant no reduced rates from the
East to the Portland Exposition. Judge
Brlnker used this assertion as an argu
ment that the law Is class legislation, as
the act does not apply to any but railroad
The argument was also made that the
title does not conform to the body of the
act. In that It declares the act to be one
to prevent fraud upon the traveling pub
lic. Inasmuch as the ticket-brokerage
business had been lawful until the pass
age of this act. and as the body of the
act does not declare It fraudulent, the
title is asserted not to be up to constitu
tional requirements. It was also contend
ed that the act deprives persons of prop
erty without due process of law. '
The arguments were In the matter of
the petition of Hugh J. O'Neill for a writ
of habeas corpus. O'Neill, who conduct
ed a ticket-broker's office in Seattle, at
tempted to do business after the act took
effect. He was arrested for it. He ap
plied, a few weks ago. to tk Supreme
Court for a writ of habeas corpus. The
writ was issued, but made returnable to
the lower court. Upon the return of the
writ the lower court remanded O'Neill
back to the custody of the Sheriff. He
appealed, and the case, which Is a test of
the entire law. Is now before the Supreme
Court for decision.
PISTOL GRIPPED IN HIS HAND
Engineer Gray Found Dead in an
ASHLAND. Or.. Oct. 25. (Special.)
Southern Pacific Locomotive Engineer E.
L. Gray, running between Ashland and
Roseburg. shot himself through the head
Her Brother s Letters
Wherein Miss Christine Carson, Living with Her Parents
x Just Outside of Cincinnati,. Ohio, is Shown How the
Affairs of Girls and Women are Regarded by Men in
General, and by Her Brother, Lent Carson, Practicing
Law in New York City, in Particular.
Letter Number Two
, In Which the Brother Touches on the Hysterical Adulation ' . .
f of Public Idols by Women
My Dear Kiticns: You will be interested, I think, if not altogether pleased, at -an
experience I had, apropos of your last letter.
You told me in that letter about the "rime of your lives" that you girls had at
Music Hall the other afternoon at a recital given by ; how his playing simply
'' carried you off your feet'; how it "enthralled' ' you and made you all feel that
this pianist was "simply divine." All the girls had "creeps down their spines";
they were "hot and cold all over," etc. In short, you had one of those . hysterical
flings that seem to appeal to girls and women at these recitals.
You must read the brother's letter in full, in the
NOVEMBER Number of
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with a revolver today In his room in the
Depot Hotel, In this city.
Gray was found this afternoon when
the callboy went to the room to rouse
him to take his train out. A pistol was
still clasped in his hand. He was aged
about 45 years, and had been on this run
for some years. It Is reported that Gray
had recently separated from his wife, and
it Is supppsed that this led to his suicide..
Ask Cauficld to Be Mayor.
OREGON CITY. Or., Oct. 26. (Spe
cial.) A petition Is in circulation
among the business men of the city
asking E. G. Caufield to accept the nom
ination for Mayor at the annual munici
pal election to be held In this city on
tho first Monday In December. Mr.
Cauficld is an .ex-Mayor of the city
and is cashier of the Bank of Oregon
City. Dr. E. A. Sommer. the present
incumbent of the Mayoralty, will not
be a candidate to succeed himself. Ac
companied by Mrs. Sommer, the doctor
leaves December 15 for Europe.
Sash and Door Factory.
. ASTORIA, Or.. Oct. 26. (Special.)
Work has been commenced on the con
struction of a new sash and door fac
tory for the Clatsop Mill Company. The
building is to bo 30x200 feet and one
story high. Tho machinery was ordered
some weeks ago from Oshkosh, Wis.,
and has already been shipped. It Is ex
pscted to arrive so that the factory can
be In operation by the first of the com
SWIFTWATER BILL'S DrVORCEE
Liable to the Laws of Washington
Should They Return From
SEATTLE. OcL 2S.-(SpeciaL) In viola
tion of her divorce decree, granted last
Saturday, but not filed until Monday.
Bera Beatrice Gates, former wife of
"SwlftwSTef 'Bin." was yesterday married
at VancouvenBs C, to Harry Cook, a
driver for a local lafcodry, with whom she
has been keeping company during the
months "Swiftwatcr" was, earning an
other fortune in the north. "She left here
with Cook Monday morning.
At the disbarment proceedings, the ver
dict now being'under advisement, brought
on by the taking of 12250 from "Swift
water" by Attorneys Cole and- Murphy
the night of his arrival from the north.
Cook was an important witness.
Cook Is said to be the son of a San
Francisco banker who had a falling out
with his father and came north and
changed his name. This Is the story he
has told to several fellow-workers, but
none of them remember who his father is.
Under the laws of this state, both parties
arc liable to punishment because of the
marriage within six months from the
date ot the decree.
To Rebuild Oddfellows' Temple.
SOUTH BEND. Wash., Oct. 26. (Spe
cial.) The Oddfellows of this city are
completing arrangements to build a
handsome new temple. Plans havo been
drawn for the building and work will
soon begin. The building will be 36xS2
feet and two stories high. The flrst
floor will be devoted to a lecture hall.
The second floor will be used for lodge
purposes. The main lodgcroom will be
30 feet wide and 53 feet long.
The rest of the second-story arrange
ment will be a banquet hall, kitchen
and ante-rooms. The cost ot the build
ing Is ostlmaled at $3000.
Goes Violently Insane.
OREGON CITY Or.. OcL 26. (Spe
cial.) Giles Sarvcr, aged 45 years, of
Sprlngwatcr. was today committed to
the asylum. Sarvor became violently In
sane yesterday, the services of three
raen being required to bring him to this
Dallas Saloons Arc Robbed.
DALLAS. Or., Oct. 26. (Special.) The
saloons of Matthews & Madison ' and
Atchison & McHardy and the cigar store
of Ross Ellis were entered by burglars
at an early hour this morning and robbed
of all the money left outside the
safes. The thieves secured about $200 In.
all. The heaviest loser was the Matthews
& Madison saloon, where something over
$100 had been left in a sack underneath
the bar. This was taken, as well as the
small change In the cash register. Atchi
son & McHardys loss Is about $40.
A chisel used by the thieves In 'effecting
an entrance to the buildings was found
on the sidewalk this morning.
TOP OF HEAD BLOWN OFF
Boy Hunter Is Instantly Nillcd Near
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, Oct. K.
(Special.) About three miles from the
city this evening Ernest Hawkins. 15-year-old
son of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Haw
kins, of this city, accidentally blew the
entire top off his head. Hawkins, with
two companions, was out pheasant hunt
ing. Hawkins got tired and dropped be
hind the others, earning his gun over
his shoulder by the barrel.
A report was heard and the boy's com
panions turned around in time to see
Hawkins fall to the ground, while his
skull and hair flew 20 feet away. It Is
not known how the accident occurred,
but his associates think the trigger
caught In a twig.
Reception to Mrs. Scbcrry.
LOS ANGELES, Cal.. OcL 26. The
Young Woman's Christian Association
opened Its annual conference today prelim
inary to the flrst session of the National
convention of tho parent organization to
morrow. Mrs. Cora Scberry, National sec
retary, presided at today's session. A
number of speeches were made, princi
pally on the subject of securing pledges
against the use of alcohol, tobacco and
profanity. A reception in honor ot Mrs.
Seberry was given this evening.
Says Husband Is Cruel.
OREGON CITY, Or.. Oct. 26. Spe
cial.) In a suit for .divorce filed here"
today. Octavia Ausplund charges Andre
A. Ausplund with cruel treatmenL
Plaintiff represents .that her husband
earns from $250 to $530 per month at his
business and asks tho court to allow
her permanent alimony of $30 per
month and give her the custody of one
minor child. The parties were married
In Nebraska In July. 1S97.
Supreme Court Decisions.
SALEM. Or.. OcL 26. (Special.) Volume
45 of the decisions of the Oregon Supremo
Court was Issued from the State Printing
Office today and Secretary of State Dun
bar is prepared to supply lawyers or
others who desire copies. The state sells
the books at cost. $3.50, to which 27 cents
must be added for postage or express.
This volume contains decisions down to
Sun Spotted on Puget Sound.
TACOMA. OcL 26. From Puget" Sound
points a large spot on the sun was clear
ly visible today. A heavy fog this morn
ing caused .the sun to appear as -a, red
bail about the size of a dinner-plate, and
the spot was very distinct, about the size
of a dollar. As the fog lifted, people
viewed the strange sight through smoked
Pardon Granted to Adulterer.
SALEM. Or.. OcL 26. (Special.) Gover
nor Chamberlain today granted a pardon
in favor of John Egglcston, who was re
ceived at the penitentiary In 1904 on a
two years' sentence for adultery commit
ted In Multnomah County. Eggleston was
confined In the Multnomah County Jail
one year before he was brought to the
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DR. WALKER, 181 First Street, Corner Yamhill, Portland, Or.
try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com-
Sound; this I did, and I improved steadily in
ealth, and in less than two years a beautiful
child came to bles3 our home. Now we hav
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pound." Mrs. Mae P. Wharry, Secretary of
the North Shore Oratorical Society,
The Norman, Milwaukee, "Wis., write.
Dear Mrs. Pinkham:
"I was married for Ave years and gav
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seven months. Within two years a lovely
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f 11 any woman tninks she is sterile.
or has doubts about her ability to carry
a child to a mature birth let her write
to Mrs. Pinkham, Lynn, Mass., whose
advice is free to all expectant or
would-be mothers. She has helped
thousands of women through this anx
Women suffering with irregular or
painful menstruation, leucorrhcea, dis
placement, ulceration or inflammation
of the womb, that bearing down feel
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"Had beeen troubled irtth dandruff a lonff time.
JLfter uslnr one bottle of Halrhealtb I found tb
dandruff gone and my hair, which was twc-thlrds
Cray (I am 4S years old) restored to its natural
auburn color. O. EICHMAN. La Crosse. Wis."
Halrhealtb, quickly brings back youthful color
to bxzt hair, no matter how lone It has been gray
or white. Positively removes dandruff, kills tb
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We treat successfully all private nerv
ous and chronic diseases of men. also
blood, stomach, heart, liver, kidney and
throat troubles. We cure SYPHILIS
(without mercury) to stay cured forever.
We remove STRICTURE without opera
tion or pain, in 15 days.
We stop drains, night losses and sper
matorrhoea by a new method, in a week.
We can restore the sexual vigor of any
man under 50 by means of local treatment
peculiar to ourselves.
We Cure Gonorrhoea
in a Week
The doctors of this Institute are all reg
ular graduates, have had many years ex
perience, have been known In Portland Xor
15 years, have a reputation to maintain,
and will undertake no case unless certain
cure can be effected.
undertake or charge no fee. Consultation
BOOK. I?OR MEN mailed free In plain
Twenty Years of Success
In the treatment of chronic diseases, such as liver,
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dropsical swellings, Brlghfs disease, etc
Kidney and Urinary
Complaints, painful, difficult, too frequent, milky or
bloody urine, unnatural discharges speedily cured.
Diseases of the Rectum
Such as plies, fistula, fissure, ulceration, mucous and
bloody discharges, cured without the knife; pain or
TJinrvl nolsoclnc. gleet, stricture, unnatural losses, Im-
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deprive you 01 your manuoou. uiiiu
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