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THE MORNING OKEGONIAN, TUESDAY, MAY 12, 1908,
Excursions Will Be Run to
Beach Points and Also
Across the Bar.'
STEAMERS IN READINESS
Jxcal Commerclar Bodice Taking
Xo Active Part in Arrangements.
Steamship Companies Will Act
as Individual Agents.
Arrangements for excursions from
Portland to points off the mouth of the
Columbia River are being arranged for
by the managers of the North Pacific
Steamship Company and the Southern
Pacific Company. The excursions will
be nin if the programme for one day's
maneuvers of the Atlantic fleet off the
river are confirmed. The former com
pany will send the steamship Roanoke
and the Southern Pacific will fit out
the steamship Breakwater for excur
sions outside the bar.
As the schedule for the fleet now
stands the warships will sail from San
Francisco. May 18. and the data of ar
rival on Puget Sound has been set for
five days later. Steaming at ten knots
an hour, this will give the vessels ample
time to spend 36 hours off the mouth of
the Columbia River and then make the
Sound cities on time.
The local Commercial Club, has taken
no active steps in the matter as yet.
Secretary Glltner has received a letter
from the Commercial Club, of Astoria.
announcing that a limited number of
tickets for an excursion out over the
bar would be allowed the Portland Club.
Beyond the letter from the Astoria club,
the local club has received no informa
tion in regard to the movements of the
From Tillamook Head north to the
entrance to Shoalwater Bay there is am
ple room for the maneuvering of the
fleet, and the spectacle could be viewed
from the shore at all points. On the
south side visitors at Seaside. Gearhart
and Fort Stevens could command an
excellent view of the warships. Excur
sion boats could give passengers a day's
outing which would be unsurpassed, and
the people who visited the North Beach
would be afforded a magnificent view of
the ships from all shore points between
Bcavlew and Ocean Park.
VESSEIj DAMAGED IX SUEZ
French Iilner Ceylon Is Repaired at
SAN FRANCISCO, May U. Workmen
spent all of today at the Greenwich
street dock making ready the immense
twin screws that are to be fitted to the
French liner Ceylon before she can go out
from this port again. The big liner un
loaded a great portion of her cargo today
while the propellers were being fixed. She
lost three blades from her big propellers
while going through the Sues canal and
came -Into port disabled.
The steamer Enterprise left at 5 o'clock
tonight for Hllo with a big cargo of food
stuffs and live stock.
Much apprehension is felt here for the
safety of the American bark Will Scott,
Captain Brown, which left Newcastle
for this port 109 days ago.
When the Kosmos liner Abesslnia leaves
for Hamburg, via the Straights of Magel
lan, tomorrow, she will carry 150.000 feet
of fine California redwood for use in
The barken tine Andromeda 6day took
on a crew for Australia and later sailed.
She goes to get a cargo of coal for local
consumption and takes a cargo of hay
Three and one-half million feet of lum
ber arrived in this port by sea today as
follows: The steamer Prentiss, from Eu
reka, with 407.0(10 feet: the steamer Ho
quiam, from Hoquiam, with 700,000 feet;
the schooner John G. North, from Lud
low, with 400,000 feet; the steamer Del
Norte, from Crescent City, with 285,000
feet; the steamer Northland, from the Co
lumbia River, with 875.000 feet; the
Fteamer R. D. Inman, from Seattle, with
The schooner Defender left for Hel
The bark W. B. Flint, Captain Hansejn,
left for Nome today.
MIVEIt STEAMBOAT WAR IS OX
Hate to Astoria and The Dalles Cut
to $1 by Two Companies.
Passenger rates between Portland
and The Dalles and Portland and As
toria have been cut to $1 for each one
way trip on the Steamer Charles R.
Spencer and the boats of the Regulator
line. The eteamer Charles R. Spencer
made the first trip of the season to
Astoria yesterday on the new schedule,
and at reduced rates. Today she will
make the round trip to The Dalles, tak
ing passengers for $1 each way.
The new schedule on which the
steamer is operating calls for a round
trip to Astoria on Mondays, Wednes
days and Fridays and a round trip to
The Dalles on alternate days. The
steamer Bailey Gatzert will continue
o operate on the dally run to The
palles until further notice. There has
been come talk of placing; her on the
lower river run, but no definite ar
rangements will be made until after
On the trip to Astoria yesterday the
eteamer Spencer carried a good-sized
crowd of passengers and she made the
run in fairly good time. It is the in
tention of Captain Spencer to cut Into
the business of the Astoria & Colum
bia River Railroad, as well as that of
the O. R. & N. Company and the Kamm
MXER RETURNS TO PORTLAND
Steamship State of California Back
on San Francisco Route.
After an absence of nearly ten years,
the steamship state of California has
been returned to the Portland run. The
old-time friend arrived in the Columbia
River yesterday shortly before noon
and at midnight was moored at the
Aainsworth dock in Portland harbor.
The vessel brought a large number of
passengers and a full cargo of freight.
The steamship State of California
was built In Philadelphia in 1879 and
came through the Straits of Magellan
the same year. She entered service
between Portland and San Francisco
and for 17 years operated on the run.
Her first arrival in Portland was on
May 25. 1879. and on that famous run
was in charge of Captain Debney.
Debney remained in command of the
craft until 1888. when he was succeeded
by Captain Acklcy. "Jim" Byrnes, now
purser of the steamship Rose City, was
Identified In a like capacity with the
State of California for nearly 20 'years.
During the early yean of service on
the San Francisco-Portland run Captain
JeBsen, now master of the George W.
Elder, was bar pilot on the State of
Tacoina Marine News.
TACOMA, May 11. The United Wire
less Company is planning a line of sta
tions reaching from Tacoma to Nome,
placing them at all the more Important
ports along the Alaskan Coast.
James P. Sanders, stenographer and
member of the special board of inquiry
in the local immigration office, has been
promoted to the position of Immigration
Inspector and Inspector at Marcus, Wash
ington. The steamer Portland, after coaling and
taking freight for Alaska, left for Seattle
to complete cargo.
The British bark Loudon Hill, which
lost her grain charter, has been towed
to anchor to lay up indefinitely.
The United States transport DIx is In
port coaling and will probably also load
lumber for the Philippines.
The steam schooner Tallac is in port to
load 2,000 tons of wheat for San iFran
cisco. The fishing steamer Zapora .returned
from the banks with 125,000 pounds of
haHbut after being out six days.
The British steamer Sheila was expected
during the night to complete general
cargo for Japan.
Snagboat Goes In Commission.
Colonel Roessler, United States En
gineers, has placed the snagboat
Mathloma and the dipper dredge No. 2
in service on the Upper Willamette.
BACK TO PORTLAND-SAN
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UwA....n n.V.pii Vif Yi" 1 ' i.if. ...
The first work to be done by the Gov
ernment craft will ' be at Black Dog
landing, where a number of snags and
a bar or two are serious obstructions
to navigation. Both the dipper and the
snag-boat will work down stream from
Rale of Lindsay Confirmed.
ABERDEEN, Wash., May 11. (Spe
cial.) Judge Irwin, of the Superior
Court, today confirmed the sale of the
steamer A. G. Lindsay, notwithstand
ing the opposition of attorneys for the
small stockholders, who will be frozen
out If the confirmation should be sanc
tioned by the State Supreme Court.
Due to Arrive.
Name. From. Date.
Breakwater. .Coos Bay In port
Geo. W. ElderSan Pedro May 12
Alliance Coob Bay May 13
Rose City. ...San Franclaco. May 18
Roanoke Los Angeles May 20
Alesla Honskons May 25
Numantla. .. .Hongkong- .June 10
Arabia HonKkongr July 20
Nlcomedla. . . Hongkong Sept. 8
SueH. Elmore. Tillamook Indeft.
Scheduled to Depart.
Name. For. Date.
Breakwater. .Coos Bay May 13
Geo. w. ElderSan Pedro. .... May 1
Alliance Coos Bay May 16
Roanoke I.os Angeles. .. May 22
Rose City.... San Franclaco. May 23
Alesla Hongkong..... June 1
Numantla. .. .Hongkong June 20
Arabia Hongkong..... Aug. 1
Nlcomedla. .. Hongkong Sejt. 15
SueH Elmore. Tillamook .Indeft.
A nciieBiff , Alii, sieamsnip ILina-
t qulst), with' ballast, from San Fran-
Notice of an appeal was given and
judge irwin allowed the writ of in
tervention as asked for. This action
was taken by the attorneys opposing
confirmation in order to bring out
all the facts in connection with the
purchase and sale of the Lindsay.
Sheriff McKinney and E. A. Rupert,
who purchased the steamer, testified
that $48,000 was the amount-paid and
that $2000 was spent in repairs. Cap
tain Stream and other experts testified
that the Lindsay is not worth more
than $10,000 In her present condition.
The steamship Nlcomedla left down
yesterday, bound for the Orient.
The steamship Breakwater will sail
tomorrow night for Coos Bay ports.
The steamship Wellesley will load
lumber for the outward voyage at
The German bark Nomla will leave
down this morning for Astoria. She
has a full cargo of wheat for the
Arrivals and Departures.
PORTLAND. Mar 11. Arrived stoamaMn
Btate of California, from San Francisco.
Sailed German steamshin KirnmerilA fn
Hongkong and way ports: French bark
r.aouara Detallle, for the United Kingdom
Astoria. May 11. Condition of bur o R T
M., moderate; wind, northwest 34 miles;
weather, cloudy. Arrived down during the
night and sailed at 10 A. M. Schooner Mabel
t.ale. for ban Francisco. Arrived at A.
M. and left up at ft P. M. Steamer State of
California, from San Francisco.
tan Francisco, May 11. Arrived at 10 A.
M. Steamers Rose City and Northland, from
Falmouth. May 11. Arrived. Mnv S Ger
man bark Shurbek, from Portland.
Helllngnam. May 11. Sailed British bark
Poltolloch, with 1.000,000 feet of lumber,
for United Kingdom: American schooner
Fearless, lumber, for San Pedro.
Tides at Astoria Tuesday.
10:22 A. M 6.9 feet'4:30 A. M 1.8 foot
10:36 P. M 8.2 feetl4:22 P. M 2.2 feet
BIG BUCKET-SHOP CLOSES
Indicted Cincinnati Brokers
When Creditors Claim.
CINCINNATI, May 11. George H.
Stapley & Co., brokers, assigned today to
William Bodemer. No figures are yet
obtainable, but the firm has been doing
a heavy business, having a large number
of branch offices.
The recent legal Investigation of the
brokerage business, together with . gen
eral business losses, caused the failure.
Street reports place the Arm's losses
all the way from $300,000 to $1,000,000. The
cause given for the failure was pressure
of creditors. Stapley Is the third of those
who were Indicated two weeks ago for
Perfect fitting glasses fl at Mongers.
'Oregon Electric Considers a
Change in Its Plans.
DELAY IN HILLSBORO LINE
Company Will Probably .Abandon the
Work Vnder Way, as Property
Owners Are Blocking Right-of-way
Because property-owners along the line
of the projected Oregon Electrio Railway
survey to Hillsboro are said to be asking
exorbitant prices for the property
needed by the company, It is probable
that work already begun on this branch
will be abandoned for the season. Efforts
of the company will be directed instead
to construtcion work on the projected
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line to Newberg from a Junction with
the main line to Salem at Tigardville.
Reports that the company is prepared
to give up work on the Hillsboro line
for this season were confirmed yesterday
by General Manager Guy W. Talbot,
when asked in regard to the rumor. He
is considering the plan of postponing the
Hillsboro line indefinitely and will go to
Newberg today or tomorrow to prepare
plans for constructing that part of the
"We certainly will not pay the ex
cessive prices .asked for rights of way
by a number of property-owners on the
Hillsboro survey." said Mr. Talbot,
"While most Of thA nurmlA wa haira ,o
to deal with have treated us very nicely,
a iew nave acted in a manner calculated
to discourage railroad construction and
have made demands that we will not
meet. Perhaps the number of places
where we are being held up will not be
more than five but owing to the fact
that We Cannot condemn nH arat Intn
court before next July, it will be im-
puHaiuie to complete tne Hillsboro road
this season and it will have to be post
poned. "We have a large amount of material
on nana lor tnis extension, on which
work has already started, but we will
probably withdraw our men from the
grading work and pat them to grading
for the line to Newberg from Tlgardville.
The work so far done on the Hillsboro
line, which consists' of clearing land,
grubbing stumps and grading, will stand
without injury until we are ready to
Mr. Talbot says his company is paying
and, is willing to pay reasonable prices
for rights of way but will not submit
to being held up by avaricious property
owners. Stockholders of the Oregon Electric
Railway Company met during the past
week and ratified the extensive plans for
development already announced by the
company. The eYtenninna Intn thA T .
Willamette Valley were approved.
.uireciors oi tne company were re-elected
as follows: C. M. Pratt. A. C. Bedford,
George Barclay Moffatt, W. A. White,
Guy W. Talbot, Edward Cookingham and
S. Z. Mitchell. All but General Manager
Talbot and Edward Cookingham, of Port
land, are residents of New York City.
COAST FREIGHT RATES CUT
Reduced Schedule Effective Be
tween Portland and Tillamook.
Reduced rates have been established'
by the O. R. & N. Company, In connec
tion with the "Vancouver Transportation
Company and the Astoria & Columbia
River Railroad, from Portland to Tilla
mook and all points on Tillamook Bay.
The new tariff Just published 1 will be
effective on May 20 between Portland
and Tillamook, Garibaldi, Hobsonville
and Bay City, and will be a substantial
reduction In the former rates. Through
tariffs have been Issued for the first time
In the history of the trade between
Portland and Tillamook and the freieht I
between Portland and the Tillamook I
WE CHARGE NOTHING TO PROVE
NO MONEY REQUIRED TO
WRITE if you cannot call. All correspondence strictly confiden
tial and all replies sent in plain envelopes.
HOURS 9 A. M. TO 5 P. M.J EVENINGS, 7 TO 8t30f SUNDAYS, 9 A.
M. TO 13 M.
CORNER SECOND AND YAMHILL
cities will be carried by the Steamer
The rates named In the new tariff are
as follows: Grain, flour and mill feed,
from Portland to any point on Tillamook
Bay. 27 cents per 100 pounds; fruit,
vegetables, fish and meat, ' canned, In
lots of ten tons or over, 27 cents; sugar
In lots of ten tons or over, 27 cents per
100 pounds; freight not otherwise speci
fied, any quantity, weight or measure
ment, rate per 100 pounds or two cubic
feet, 30 cents per 100 pounds.
From Tillamook to Portland, ' the fol
lowing rates have been established:
Cheese, any quantity, per case, 22
cents; freight not otherwise specified,
any quantity, weight or measurement, 30
cents per 100 pounds.
NEW SCHEDULE OJf HILL LIXE
Improved Service on Aorth Bank,
Beginning- May 1 7.
Schedules of the Spokane, Portland &
Seattle Railway will be changed on Sun
day, May 17, In order to provide more
convenient service for Portland people
as well as to give better connections for
the Goldendale branch. Train No. 1,
which now leaves Pasco at 11 A. M., will
leave at 7:30 A. iM., and will arrive at
Vancouver at 3:36 P. M., Instead of 7:40
P. M., as at present. Train No. 2, east
bound, will leave Vancouver at 8:45 A.
M., Instead of 8:20, arriving at Pasco at
5 P. M., the same as at present.
On the Goldendale branch, there will
be corresponding changes to connect
with the main line trains. Train No. 53
will leave Goldendale at 9:15 A. M., in
stead of 8:30, arriving at Lyleat ll:i5
A. M., instead of li.
Returning, the, Goldendale train will
leave Lyle at 1:15 P. M. and will arrive
at Goldendale at 3:45 P. M. The train
will connect with the S., P. & S. trains
In both directions.
DAILY CITY STATISTICS
PIERCE At St. Vincent's Hospital May
8. Ruby Pierce, a native of Michigan, aged
HAWLEY At 742 Overton street, May 9.
Margaret Hawley, a native of England,
aged 32 years.
GASTON At 624 Salmon street, May 8,
W. L. Gaston, a native of Ohio, aged 76
NELSON At 28 East Fifteenth street,
May 8. Alfred P. Nelson, a native of Port
land, aged T years.
KITABARA At St. Vincent's Hospital,
May 8, T. Kltabara, a native of 'Japan,
aged 24 years.
MMMONS At St. Vincent's Hospital. May
. Mrs. H. Simmons, a native of the United
States, aged 20 years.
SCHMIOT At 8ta Rodney avenue, May .
Christina Schmidt, a. native of Russia,
aged 20 years.
GERHART At 291 Weidler street. May
10. Baby Gerhart, a native of Oregon, an
BROWN At lflo Broadway street. May
11, Virgil Brown, a native of Oregon, an
SHELBY At 202 Eleventh street. May
10, Joshua R. E. Shelby, a native of Mary
land, aged 73 years.
ALLOW At 371 Water street. May 11.
Rosie Allorl. a native of Oregon, an Infant.
BUSH At 835 Albina avenue. May 5, to
the wife of S. D. Bush, a daughter.
M'COLBT At 42 Tenth street. May 7,
to the wife of G. A. McColby, a son
NOVAK At S03 Maryland avenue. May
2, to the wife of John Novak, a daughter.
BELL, At Portland Maternity Hospital,
May 6, to the wife of Chanes Bell, a son.
WAGGONER At Portland Maternity
Hospital, May 7. to the wife of George E.
Waggoner, a son.
OTTO P. BRANDES To erect a two
story flat on Clay street, between West Park
and West Tenth; $16,000.
A. F. CALKINS To erect a one and one-half-story
frame dwelling on East Twenty
third street, near Alberta; $120.
E. L. SANBORN To erect a one-story
frame dwelling on East Twelfth street,
near Alberta; $1500. ,
R. F. STRAUS To erect a two-story
frame dwelling on First strset, near Whit
M. M. Coffey To erect two one-story
frame dwelling on East Eighteenth street,
near Goln; $18O0 each.
MDfi T. jr rvitria m L -
-... .... .... . mcui a. one sua
uuv-imu-Biory irame dwelling- On wlght
street, near Dawson; $11W0.
O. CANAVAN To erect a two-story
frame dwelling on W I ! 1 1 .tr.at nsa. T-a
w. w. WEBSTER To erect a two-story
near East Lincoln; $2$00.
MRS. K. LAN E To erect a one and one-
ECZEMA NOW CURABLE.
All Itchlns; Skin Disease Which Are
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by Oil of Wlntergreen.
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Some physicians say "Yes.
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their first appearance, not at birth, but
years afterward, and perhaps not until
middle age then there can no longer
be anv Question that theae fnrmo nf
Eczema are curable.
Simple vegetable oil of wlnterrreon.
mixed with other vegetable Ingredi
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the skin. - Apply this prescription to
the skin, and instantly that awful itch
is gone. The verv moment the llnulri In
applied, that agonizing, tantalizing
nun disappears, ana continued applica
tions of this external remedy soon cure
We carry In stock this oil of winter-
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tnai it will cure ail tnose cases of skin
trouble which are Inherited, we posi
tively know that this D. D. D. Pre
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or other skin trouble, which did not
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We know this. Anvwav von. your
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STREETS, PORTLAND, OREGON.
half-story frame dwelling on East Fifty
second, near East Taylor; $1800.
J. J. HORSKY To erect a two-story
frame dwelling on Union avenue, near
OAMBRINUS BREWING COMPANY To
repair a two-story frame building on Cor
nell, near Washington: $lO0O.
MRS. J. G. HAZELTINE To erect a two
story flat on Staut street, near Madison;
W. J. VAN SCHTJYVER To erect a two
story frame dwelling on Twenty-fifth street,
near Marshall; S12.000.
Articles of Incorporation.
OREGON-GOLD HILL MINING COM
PANY Incorporators. O. J. Sherman, W. B.
Pearson and Paul Ebner; capital. $100,000.
MAGINNIS TIMBER COMPANY Incor
porators. C. H. Maglnnis. S. H. Rothermol
and J. s. Maglnnis: capital, $100,000.
PACIFIC INVESTMENT COMPANY In
corporators, James B. Kerr. Harrison Allen
and Omar C. Spencer: capital $."00o.
HOME TELEPHONE COMPANY, OF
LINNTON, OREGON Incorporators, M.
Crandall, W. F. Harris and J. C. Moyer;
Marriage Licenses. '
Z ENTER-HOUGH Otto Le Roy Zenter.
24. Placervllle. Cal.; Lula Laurel Hough. 22,
SALL-BOSTON Albert F. Sail. 28. city;
Myrtle Kelso Boston. 26. city.
AUMEND-GRISCH AW Frank Edmond
Aumend, 20. city; Helen A. Grischaw. over
3 8. city.
PETERS-PHILLIPS James Peters. 23.
city; Daisy Phillips, 28, city.
Wedding and visiting cards. W. G. Smith
Co.. Washington bide. 4th and Wash.
Hoqniam for Taft and Ankeny.
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on the flesh to humiliate the sufferer. S. S. S. cures Contagious Blood Poison,
by purifying the circulation. It attacks the disease in the right way by going;
down into the circulation, neutralizing and forcing, out every particle of the
poison, and making thi3 fluid pure, fresh and health-sustaining. The im
provement commences as soon as the patient gets under the influence of
S. S. S., and continues until every trace of the disease is removed from the
blood, and the sufferer completely restored to health. Not one particle o
the poison is left for future out-breaks after S. S. S. has purged and purified
the blood. Book on the home treatment of this disease and any medical ad
vice desired free. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA.
cial.) Hoqulam's delegation to the
state convention, headed by Robert F.
Lytle, left for Spokane today. Instruct
ed tn mnnnrl To tf A j T
1 f - .7 Oliu J.
G. Lewis, of Aberdeen, for State Treas
I CUEE MEN
Do you get up in the mornins; tired, a
weighty feeling; deep in your head, with
heavy eyes, a general sense of weakness all
over you? Does your back ache? Are you
perpetually tired, with disinclination for
efther mental or physical activity? Do you
experience hot and cold flashes up and
down your spinal column, palpitation of the
heart, sleeplessness, extreme nervousness,
and a constant craving for something that
you are unable to identify? Are you op
pressed; at times with a nameless dread as
if of some impending danger?
A SERIOUS CONDITION
If y?u whave J-ny of the above symptoms
yours Is beyond doubt a case of functional
derangement, brought on by an excessive
waste of nervous energy. The cause of your
condition may be due to a congested, en
larged or Inflamed Prostate Gland, an un
cured Contracted Disorder, or Varicocele.
Unless the damage is repaired and the tre
mendous waste of energy stopped, the entire
vun jitm Decomes Bankrupt and sus-
SffWHvJ ftJ.HlTfoer5titve,.u tl,erefore, that the sufferers should seek
effective medical aid in the quickest possible time.
I Will Give You a Guarantee to Cure You and You
Need Not Pay a Dollar Until You Are Cured
for a Cure
Don't Delay Treatment
,"S"y ha,JJV ""?,ferln8r rirht " thp, yere "f nervous ruin, attempts
r,rlv fWilh some patent medicine and advertised "Tonic" or a
Tjfi. rmul he ha? hea-d about. Ofttimes he tries a drugstore
i.1aimnt.'r h "Piments with such worthless devices as electric
Instead of buHdinrup dev,ce which almost invariably tears down
vnT,HfrnJnE5JHT C.UI'D. NOT BE CURED may have deterred
, r . k 5 hn8t treatment. Or you may have be. n one of the
"f5u"at8 who have been treated in vain by inexperienced physicians,
E?SS1SEA,T,E?TS FREE TRIAL, SAMPLES, PATENT MEDICINES!
j ,n BELTS and other similar devices. Such treatments cannot
and will never cure you, nor will these maladies cure themselves. When
I offer you a cure and am willing to risk my professional reputation in
curing you, and have such FAITH AND CONFIDENCE in mv continued
success in treating these diseases that I WILL NOT DEMAND A DOL
LAR UNLESS YOU ARE PERMANENTLY CURED and satisfied with a
lasting cure what fairer business proposition can be offered to the sick
and afflicted? This should convince the most skeptical, as I mean what I
say and do exactly as I advertise. I am sure of SAFE AND POSITIVE
CURES in the shortest possible time without injurious after-effects.
My charges will be as low as possible for conscientious, skillful and
successful services, and MY guarantee is simple and true.
Heed My Warning
My heart Is filled with compassion for the man who is misled by the
extravagant claims of incompetent doctors until his aliment has
progressed beyond the limits of medical skill. Thousands of men are
thus rendered hopeless wrecks, who. IF THEY HAD COME TO ME IN
THE FIRST PLACE, would today be strong, hearty men, happy In the
consciousness of manly vigor. I want this warning to ring in the cars
of every ailing man. STOMACH-DRUGGING WILL NOT CUKE YOU!
ELECTRIC BELTS ARE DANGEROUS MAKESHIFTS. ORDINARY
MEDICAL PRACTICE IS OF NO AVAIL. Only individual treatment of
soothing, healing medicines, applied to the seat of the disease by a direct
method that takes Into account your entire physical condition and that
provides for any complications that may exist, can ever cure you and
permanently restore to you the vigor and buoyancy of perfect health.
Such a treatment I have.
My offices are open all day from
10 to 1.
e DR. TAYLOR co
234 Morrlnon Strret,
CORXER SECOND AND MORRISON STREETS, PORTLAND, OREGON.
Are Thorough and
o BLOOD POISON
urer. Editor Moore, of the Washing
tonian, is among- the delegates.
Paris has seven free eating-houses for
The LeadlnK Specialist.
A. M. to 9 P. M.
The Reliable Specialists.
O a r Physicians Are A II
Licensed to Practice Medi
cine In the State of Oregon.
1-2 Morrison St., Bet Fourth and Fifth