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THE MORNING OREGOXIAN, THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1909.
SERVICE TO MARK
ERA IN TRAVELING
New Train Will Run From
Ocean to Ocean in Less
Than Four Days.
MEANS MUCH TO PORTLAND
Expert Declares Schedule to Go Into
Effect Nest Sunday Will Not Be
Cnt Down Much During
Faster than any previously maintained
schedule from the North Pacific Coast
to the Atlantic Is that to go into effect
next Sunday on the Union Pacific lines,
in connection -with the Northwestern and
the New York Central lines. Special
trains have raced from ocean to ocean
in faster time, but no combination of
railway companies has made the run, day
In and day out, in as short a time as
will be the case beginning May 16.
The passenger may travel from Pa
cific tidewater at Portland to New York
in less than four 24-hour days, 30 min
utes less, to be exact. This schedule
includes a stopover of two and one-half
hours at Chicago.
"This schedule will not be clipped
much in our lifetime," eald a well in
formed passenger man yesterday. "Peo
ple prefer safe travel to reckless fast
travel. Passengers also demand that
trains shall maintain regular schedules
in preference to making remarkably fast
time one day and being behind the time
card the next. The schedule to be put
In effect Sunday marks a new era in
railroading on the American continent."
Leaving Portland on Monday morning
at 10 A. M., the passenger will arrive in
New York City at 9:30 A. M. the fol
lowing Friday. The trip will be made
over the O. R. & N., Oregon Short Line,
Union Pacific, Chicago & Northwestern
.and the New York Central.
The present Chicago-Portland Special,
now leaving this city at 9:15 A. M.. will
get away at 10 Instead, reaching Chicago
at noon of the third day, instead of
12:30 P. M., as at present. "Westbound
train No. 7. now No. 1, will leave Chicago
at 10 P. M. Instead of 6 P. M., as at
present, reaching Portland on the night
nf the third day at 8 o'clock instead of
fS:50. as now. This makes the running
time between Portland and Chicago 72
hours, a saving of four hours and 60
minutes, westbound, over the present
This new Chicago-Portland train will
have through standard, tourist and chair
cars in both directions and will have a
tourist car to Kansas City and St. Louis.
A section observation car will be run
In connection with the Wabash via Den
ver and Kansas City.
The Pendleton local will also be ex
tended to Salt Lake City and Green
River. This train will have day coaches
and a standard sleeper, leaving Port
land at 8:10 A. M. Instead of 7:45 A. M.,
as now. and arriving at Portland at 6
P. M. Instead of 6:45. as at present.
There will be no change in trains 6
and 6 on the main line.
The new schedule to Chicago Is very
gratifying to the people of this city and
will serve the business interests to a
better extent than the present schedule,
saving considerable time on the trip to
and from the EaBt. Direct through serv
ice to New York is bound to be a great
advantage to the traveling public, and
it is thought the new Chicago train will
be well patronized.
TRAVELERS MAY NOW SLEEP
Hereafter Breakfast Calls Will Not
A decided Improvement in' Pullman car
service became effective yesterday on the
Harrlman lines. General Passenger Agent
McMurray's office announced that here
after Pullman passengers wUl not be
roused from a more or less sound sleep
in the mornings by the shout of the
dining-car attaches to the effect that
breakfast Is ready. The first, second and
last call for breakfast will be eliminated
Instead, passengers, upon tucking them
selves away in their berths, will be asked
by the porter what hour they desire
breakfast. Thn name and berth number,
with the hour the passenger wants to be
aroused, will be set down on a call list
and kept by the porter. In the morning
each will be called at the appointed hour.
In bringing the system In use down to a
hotel basis, passenger officials believe
they are putting In an Innovation that
will be appreciated by the traveling pub
lic Blanks have been prepared for use
on the Pullman cars that are not unlike a
call list In a hotel. Travelers need not
be awakened until they want to get up,
doing away with the present system
whereby the whole car Is aroused at the
flrst call for breakfast early In the morn
ing and disturbed at each successive call.
Other meals throughout the day will be
announced as at present.
BACK FROM RATE CONFERENCE
Passenger Officials Tell of Fares for
Portland passenger officials who at
tended a conference of the Northwestern
lines in Seattle Tuesday returned home
yesterday, having arranged rates for the
National Irrigation Congress, that will
meet at Spokane in August. Transcon
tinental rates had already been fixed but
the session at Seattle was in order to de
termine upon fares to and from Spokane
In the Pacific Northwest.
It was decided at the meeting by all
lines interested to fix a special rate of
one and one-third fare for the round trip
from all stations In Oregon, Washington,
Idaho. Montana and British Columbia to
Fpokane, tickets to be on sale August 8
and 9, with a return limit 'August 16.
On August 1, which Is a special day for
the nearby points, the same rate with the
same limit will be made for the round
trip from Pendleton, Umatilla. Plymouth,
iEHensurg. leaven worth and points in
termediate, also all points in Northern
Idaho and points In Washington on the
Great Northern north of Spokane.
COLONIST TRAVEL KEEPS T7P
Influx of People Heavy to End of
Ookmlst figures for the last week In
April, the close of the Spring colonist
season, lust compiled by the Harrlman
lines in this territory, show that the in
flux of newcomers to the Pacific North
west continued up to the. very end of the
term whn low-priced one-way tickets
wer-3 on sale for home seekers.
During the last seven days of April.
colonist tickets over the Harrlman lines
to the Paciflo Northwest numbered ISoS,
while the movement for the correspond'
lug period of 1S06 amounted to 1129 tickets.
This is an increase of 732 for the week.
Of the number of arrivals, 462 tickets
were to Portland, 2S2 south of Portland,
23 to Astoria. 20 to Hood River. 19 to La
Grande and 23 to Walla Walla.
Changes on Astoria Line.
A change In schedules on the Astoria &
Columbia River Railroad became effective
yesterday, when train No. 201, leaving
Rainier at 7:20 A. M., and arriving at
Portland at 9:05 A. M., was changed so
that It now leaves Rainier at 7:40 A. M.,
arriving at Portland at 9:15 A. M. Train
No. 204, which formerly left Portland at
11 P. M-, arriving at Rairjer at 12:55 P.
M., will hereafter leave this city at 9:20
P. M., arriving at Rainier at 11 P. M.
These changes are believed to be neces
sary to provide better service for local
travel on the Astoria & Columbia.
WOMAN SEEKS HUSBAND
George Cropland, Six Feet Nine
Inches Missing Since 1905.
'"What has become of George Cros
land?" is the question Mrs. Crosland
sends to Oregon from Delaware County,
Pa. Crosland has never been heard from
George" Crosland, Misniny Man, Who
TVa Last Heard of In Portland.
since in 1905 he played the piano In the
orchestra of a local theater, when the
Metropolitan Stock Company was per
Crosland is said to have been in
Alaska in 1906. He was particularly
noticeable by his great stature. His wife
mentioning that he Is 6 feet 9 inches in
height. He was an Englishman by birth
and by employment a bookkeeper, sales
man and musician. He had dark brown
hair and exceptionally large brown
eyes. There was a large scar on the
back of one hand.
Crosland left his wife supporting
three young children, and aa nothing
further has been heard from him. she
believes he may be dead. In a letter
to The Oregonlan she asks that any
information be sent to her. Her address
is Mary Crosland. Oak View P. O.,
Delaware County, Pa.
IBSEN WORKS AT LIBRARY
Hooks Relating to Norwegian Author
and to Mme. Nazimova.
91nce the announcement of Madame
Nazlmova's engagement In this city there
has, of course, been an unusual demand
for Ibsen's works at the various libra
ries and for magazines which contain
matter relating to Madame Nazimova.
For the Information of those who desire
to consult Ibsen's works and the various
periodicals which have exploited Nazi
mova the following will be of value:
Ibsen. Henryk Pros dramas, "A Doll's
House." in vol. 1 and "Uedda Gabler," In
Hunaker, Jaa. Iconoclasts, a book of
dramatists, pages (V4-ll(. (a Doll's House'
and "Hedda Gabler.")
Jaeper, Henryk "Henryk Ibsen, a Crltl
cal Htog-raphy (chapter 6.) "Dramas of
J. B. Lee "The Iben Secret," a key to
the prose dramas of Henryk Ibsen.
Mac-fall, Haldanc Ibsen the man. his art
ana his fng-mricance.
Monkhouse, Allan Hooks and essays,
page 155-185 (Ibsen's social plays.)
Shaw, Q. B. "Dramatic Opinions and
Essays," vol. 2, pages 255-200. ("A Doll's
Tbsen's Women" by Alia Nazimova, In
dependent. October 17. 1007.
Mme. Alia Nazimova, Century, June. 100T.
"Transformation of Nazimova." Current
Literature, December, 1007.
"Acttnfc and English of Nazimova." Har
per's Weekly. February 16. 10u7.
"Madame Nazimova" In "A Doll's House,"
January 17. 1907, Nation.
"Alia Nattinora," Nation. April IS. HX7.
'Nazlmova's Nora and Hedda," Putnams,
"Ibsen's Craf tmanshlp," Archer), Kort
nlsrhtly. July. 1 906.
"Men and Women of Ibsen," (Dowden),
"Analogies of Disagreeable Heroine. Hed
da." Bookman. July. llo".
"Hedda Gabler of Today." Fortnightly,
"In Defense of Hedda Gabler," Fortnight
ly, March. 1908.
TECHNICALITY SAVES HIM
Commission Man Eva-des Larceny
Charge Through Old Rale.
Arrested several days ago on a war
rant that tu three years old, J. C
Reed, a commission merchant, secured
his- freedom yesterday under a law as
old as the warrant. Even as his past
arose to smite him, so did the past prac
tice of the courts come to his rescue.
Municipal Judge "Van Zante was com
pelled to release him in the face of cir
cumstances that, given more recent set
tings, would necessitate his conviction
on a felony charge.
Larceny by embezzlement in stealing
a carload of fruit was the charge
against the man. The offense alleged
was committed just three years ago,
when Reed, then going under the name
of Bradley, bought fruit from producers
throughout the Willamette Valley at
double the ruling market price and sold
It to Portland consumers at half the
usual rate. He got his profit by not
paying the producer.
In defense of Reed. Seneca Fouts pro
duced an obsolete law in court. It pro
vides that any one having an equity In
property Is not liable for criminal
prosecution for taking It all. This rule
was re-lsed in 1907 and Deputy Dis
trict Attorney Hennessy called atten
tion to the revision. But when the
fact was emphasized that Reed's offense
was committed in 1906 and that the
warrant for his arrest was Issued then,
Hennessy agreed that the old rule
would have to prevail. He consented to
dismissal of the case.
San Pedro Shipping News.
SAN PEDRO, Cal., May 13. The
steamer Santa Barbara arrived from
Grays Harbor via Redondo with, lumber.
The schooner Commerce arrived trora
Everett via -Redondo with lumber.
The Fteamer Thomas Wand arrived
from Portland with grain and lumber.
The world oceans contain 7.000000 cuhi4
mllss of salt.
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STEAMER RATE CUT
Reduction Made on Tickets to
STOP-OVER IN BAY CITY
Passengers From Portland to Points
South May Stop in San Francisco
Four Days on Reduced Rate.
Xews of Waterfront.
Contrary to the generally accepted
methods of handling passenger busi
ness, the San Francisco & Portland
Steamship Company, operating in con
nection with the Pacific Coast Steam
ship Company, has put into effect a rate
between Portland, Los Angeles and San
State of Cal
San Francisco In
San Francisco In
San Pedro. ...In
Coos Bay In
Geo. W. Elder - .1
Sue H. Elmore.
Breakwater. . .
Til!amook. . . -May
m mamooK. . . . May
Coos Bay May 1
San Francisco May 17
Hongkong. . . .May 20
Scheduled to Iepart.
Kama For. Tate.
Riverside San Francisco May 13
Geo W. 131 der . .San Pedro May
Argo Tillamook May
Alliance Pnos Rn v MaV
State of Cal Fan Francisco May 15
Sue II. Elmore. Tillamook May 17
Breakwater. . . Coos Bay May
Alesia. ....... .Honskons. . . .May
Rose City San Francisco May
L&nsingr, Am. steamship Alberts)
with fuel oil from Port Harford.
Breakwater, Am. steamship, (Mac
erenn), with general cargo from Coos
Eureka, Am. steamship (Noren),
with general cargo from Eureka and
Geo. W. Elder. Am. steamship,
( Jessen) , wit h general cargo from
Ban Pedro and way.
Lansing, Am. steamship, (Al
berts), with ballast for Port Har
ford. Breakwater, Am. steamship', (Macr
genn ) , with general cargo for Coos
Eureka, Am. steamship (Noren).
with general cargo for Eureka and
Geo. W. Elder, Am. steamship,
(Jessen). with general cargo for San
Pedro and way.
St. Helena, Am. steamship, (Jam
ison), "with general cargo and 400,
000 feet of lumber for San Francisco.
Diego, whereby the passenger may stop
over four days in San Francisco and
purchase a ticket at a less rate than
that which is charged for - a through
The tresent rate (direct steamer con
nection at San Francisco) is $27.50.31
With the lay-over, the rate has been re
duced to $26,35. On direct connections
passengers proceed south from San
Francisco on either the President or
the Governor. Lay-over tickets call for
the steamship Santa Rosa south. The
latter vessel sails from San Francisco
every Thursday afternoon.
Steamers of the San Francisco &
Portland Steamship Company sail from
Portland every Saturday morning.
They are duo. to reach San Francisco
Monday morning and make a direct
connection with the Pacific Coast
steamship running south.
Breakwater Sails for Coos Bay.
With a large passenger list and about
400 tons of general cargo, the steamship
Breakwater sailed last evening for Coos
Bay. David Bell went south on the
steamer as chief engineer. Mr. Bell
took the place of Chief Engineer Al
McCully, who fell from the footplank
Monday evening and sustained a com
pound fracture of the hip. Mr. Mc
Cully will be confined to the hospital
for several weeks.
Steamer Hyak to Relieve Kitsap.
Engines of the new steamer Hyak, re
cently launched at the Supple yards for
service on Puget Sound, will be turned
over today and the bearings worn down
sufficiently to allow the vessel to make
a run Saturday afternoon. The boiler
and pipes are being covered with as
bestos and she will be in shape to make
a short trial trip Saturday. She will
leave. Monday for Puget Sound, where
she will relieve the steamer Kitsap on
the run between Seattle and Poulsbo.
French Steamer at Victoria.
VICTORIA. B. C. May 12. The French
steamer Admiral Hamelin, of the Char
geurs Reunis line, arrived today from
Havre via the Orient. The cargo includes
a large shipment of Italian marble for
The Admiral Hamelin will be followed
by the Admiral Exelmans to Puget Sound
ports, end following that vessel all the
steamers will proceed direct from Yoko
hama to San Francisco.
New Shaft for G. K. Went worth-
For the purpose of installing a new
shaft, the steamer O. K. Wentworth
was taken to the yards of the Port
land Shipbuilding Company yesterday
afternoon. The new shaft is ready and
the vessel will be out of commission
for a few days only.
Dredge TTmatilla Ties TTp.
The United States Engineers steam
boat Umatilla, which has been raking
the gravel bars on the Upper Columbia
Rheumatism la duo to aa excess of uric add, an irritating, inflammatory
accumulation, which, gets into the circulation because of weak kidneys,
constipation, indigestion, and other physical irregularities which are usually
considered of no importance. Nothing applied externally can ever reach
the seat of this trouble; the most such treatment can do is sootlie the pains
temporarily; while potash and other mineral medicines really add to the
acidity of the blood, and this fluid therefore continually grows more acrid
and vitiated. Then instead of nourishing the different muscles and joints,
keeping them in a normally supple and elastic condition, it gradually hardens
and stiffens them by drying up the natural oils and fluids. Rheumatism can
never be cured until the blood is purified. 8. S. S. thoroughly cleanses and
renovates the circulation by neutralizing the acids and driving the cause
from the system. It strengthens and invigorates the blood so that instead
of a sour, weak stream, depositing acrid and painful corrosive matter In
the muscles, joints and bones, it nourishes the entire body with pure, rich
blood and permanently cures Rheumatism. S. S. 3. contains no potash,
alkali or other harmful mineral, but Is made entirely of roots, herbs and
barks of great purifying and tonio properties. . Book on Rheumatism and
any medical advice free to all who write.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLA2TTA, OA.
and Snake Rivers for several months,
has been tied up at Lewlston to await
lower water. The rise has commenced
in the Snake and water is now too deep
on the bars to permit successful opera
tions. The Wallowa has been tied up
ior two months.
For Eureka via Coos Bay, the steam
ship Eureka sailed last evening.
The steamship State of California is
scheduled to sail Saturday morning for
R. W. Barclay, head of the Tacoma
branch of J. & R. Wilson Co., was a
visitor in Portland yesterday.
From Coos Bay ports the steamship
Alliance arrived up at midnight. -She
brought passengers and freight.
J. W. Bennett has purchased the
gasoline launch Hawthorne and will use
her as a trading craft along the Co
lumbia. With a hold full of wheat and a
deckload of lumber, the steam schooner
St. Helens sailed for San Francisco last
Arrivals and Departures.
PORTLAND. May 12. Arrived Steam
ship Alliance, from Coos Bay; sailed steam-
snip breakwater, for Coos Bay; steamship
Eureka, for Eureka and way; steamship
St. Helens, for San Francisco.
Astoria, Or., May 12. Condition at the
mouth of the river at 5 P. M. smooth;
wind northwest 26 miles; weather, cloudy.
Sailed at 5:40 A. M. Sloop Condor, for AI
sea; sailed at 6 A. M. Steamer Majestic,
for San Pedro; sailed at 6:10 A. M.
Steamer Daisy Freeman, for 'Wlllapa;
sailed at 8:05 A. M. Steamer Asuncion, for
San Francisco; sailed at 9:40 A. M.
Steamer Argo. for Tillamook. Arrived at 2
and left up at 4 P. M. Stegmer Alliance,
from Coos Bay.
San Francisco, May 12. Arrived Schoon
er Mabel Gale, from Columbia River.
San Pedro. May 12. Arrived Steamer
Thomas L. Wand. from. Portland.
Marseilles, May 10. Arrived Cyclops, from
Tacoma. via Yokohama, etc, for Liverpool;
Germanla, from New York.
Sydney. N. S. W., May 12. Arrived
Romford, from Aberdeen. Wash., via Ade
Hongkong. May 11. Sailed Monteagle, for
San Francisco, May 12. Arrived Steamers
Atlas, from Seattle; Tahoe. from Grays Har
bor; Willesley, from Everett; schooner Mable
Gale, from Columbia River; barge "Three."
(Seattle. Sailed Steamers Brunswick, lor
Fort Bragg; Tamalpalw. for Columbia River;
Central la, for Grays Harbor.
Tides at Astoria Thursday.
6:48 A. M 7.1 feotl:18 A. M 3.6 feet
8:18 P. M 7.4 feetjl:33 P. M 0.9 feet
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
William Holl to E. B. Howerton et
al, lot 11, 12, block 2, Stewart
W. M. Gregory and wife to Meier
Sen at. 51x70 foet commencing at
southwest corner of block 131,
Caru trier's Addition 1,800
J. M. L. Newell to J. R. Luttrell;
lots 5, 6, block 12, Santa Rosa
Holt C. Wilson and wife to Henry
Pitcher et al. lot 2, block SO, Brent
George W. Cook and wife to mil
Herr et al. lots S, 7, block 7, Pe
ninsular Addition No. 2 100
Andrew Hocker and wife to Louise
Moeller. lots S. 7, 8, block 6, Car
ter's Addition to East Portland.. 1
John A. von Borkum et al to Louise
Moeller, lots 6, 7, 8. block 6, Car
ter's Addition to East Portland.. 1
Olaf Kyllo and wife to Adolph E.
Frascher, lot 13, block 3, Alblna
R. L. Stevens, sheriff, to O. N.
Pierce, lot 8, block 21, North Irv
Portland Realty A Trust Co. to B. A.
Hamlin, lot 17, block 18, Wood
mere ' i
L. Bettman and wife to H. H.
Northup, north 20 feet of tract
"T" In Grover'B Addition 10
Ivey L. Borden and wifo to R. R.
Thompson Estate Company, block
44; lots 7, 8. block 31 ; lots 1, 2,
7. 8. block 34. city; lots 1, 2, S, 4,
block 17, Couch Addition; also 35
Acre in section id, township 1
south, range 1 east 10
Oscar Rlttenberg et al to Maybrook
Company, land beginning on south
line of George J. Watts' donation
land claim in township 1 north,
range 1 west, whew same inter
sects center line of Portland and
St. Helens boulevard 20,000
F. L. Freeburg and wife to D. W.
Wharton, lot 29, block , Laurel-
t in tay aicn.ercner to Koine A. lelsy,
lots 20, 21, block 2, Concord
james b argent to hi. K. Heillg, lot
8, block 10, Greenoe Heights 20
jtiatnieen sievin to Henrietta Hulin.
lots 3, 4, block 4. Saratoga l.OOO
imnen u. uuny ana wire to nuaoipa
A. Anschutz. lots , 10, block 41,
Fulton Park 750
B. M. Lombard and wife to Charles
B. Duffy, lot 10, block 37. and lots
9, 10, block 41, Fulton Park 750
Anna cauman to n.uas Bauman, east
H of north-east i of northeast
of section 19, township 1 north,
range 2 east 1
Wl 1 11am H. Drlggs and wife to C.
W. Farrar, lot 6, block S, Ivan
Wil 1 lam J. Jacobs and wife to
Thomas M. Hurd, lots 9, 10, block
6, Maegly Heights 10
Aioys tiaroia to t. ts. K.eenan et
al. lot 4, block 4, Northeast Port
Margaret McKenzIe to Patrick Lea
vey et al, 6 acres beginning at
point 466.4 feet north and 314.2
feet east of southwest corner of
southeast of northwest 4 of
section 7. township 1 south,
range 1 east 1.500
John H. Hopp et al to Charles H.
Anderson, south 40 feet of ot 1,
block 9, Alblna 2,020
Jamea D. Hart and wife to Josephine
F. Gannon, lota 9, 10, block 13,
J. C. Roberts and wife to C. W. Hel
mer, lot 1, block 16. Hanson's '
Second Addition 1.250
Harry Daniel Richards et al to H. A.
Lewis, lots 1, 2, block 1, Russell
ville Addition 100
Oregon Real Estate Company to E.
Stowart, west 4 of lots 7, 8, block
195, Holladay's Addition 7,000
C. T. Sale to Julia Hofmann. lots
8, 4, block 2. Rosary 150
w lioer fiaii ana wire to o. Rus
sell et al, lots 8. 19, block 6, St.
John Park Addition 2,600
Julius Wetzel to Andrew W. Shank
land et al. lots 13, 14, block 4,
Crystal Springs Addition 660
Charles Catto and wife bo R. p.
Ream, lots 18, 34, block 7, Mon
tt cello 10
R. H. Miller to Lewis K. Miller, east
of east y of north west 14 of
section 16, township 1 south, range
4 east - 1.260
T. S. McDanlel and wife to Bertha
A. Hebard, lots 8, 9, block S, Strat
ford Sydney Addition 100
B. W. Reder to L. D. Elaton. east
S3 1-3 feet of lot 2. block 8, Els-
Henry Marco and wife to Mary
Augusta Brown, land beginning at
southeast corner of block 802,
Por 1 1 an d , t h en ce w est 1 2 feet ,
thence north 55 feet, thence east
3 8 feet. thence south 56 feet,
thence west 38 feet to beginning 1,200
Security Savings & Trust Company to .
M. F. de Grandpre, lot 18. block
61, Irvington 10
John L. Hoar and wife to E. E. Mer
ges, lots 5, 6, 7, 8, block 8. Rail
road Heights Addition 1,000
Melchior Raz and wife to John W.
My success has come as a reward of ability and
honest, earnest and scientific appli
cation of thorough understanding.
There Is not another physician or
specialist anywhere -who treats
men's diseases as I treat them.
This is a fact that should be duly
considered by those who have re
peatedly been disappointed in their
efforts to obtain a cure. In no other
branch of practice has medical
science so lagged and the forms of
treatment now commonly employed
among the profession are largely
based upon theories that have been
handed down through generations
of doctors. An evidence of this is
the prevalent inability to success
fully cope with several of those ail
ments peculiar to men.
All medicines are prepared in
my own private laboratory and are
absolutely fresh and pure.
" W EAKNESS "
I am confident that I have cured
more cases of so-called "weakness
than any other physician. There
mav be doctors In the large Eastern
cities who have treated more cases
than I, but they cling to the old and
Ineffective practice of dosing with
tonics. "Weakness" is merely a
symptom of local disorder that re
quires local treatment. This Is a
truth that I have discovered, and
that has been fully established by
my success in effecting permanent
cures. My method Is original with
myself and Is employed by no other
To Judge my ability without per
sonal consultation may be an Injus
tice to yourself that will cost a life
time of suffering. Consultation is
free and confidential and you place
yourself under no obligation to me
whatever by coming t talk with
me about your case.
OFFICES OPEN ALL DAY FROM A. M. TO 9 P. M. SUNDAYS lO TO 1.
The DR. TAYLOR Co.
Z84 MORRISON STREET, CORNER SECOND.
Graham, lots 1, 2, block 17, Tabor-
Moore Investment Company to Albert
8. Lamphear et al, lot 11. block
20, Vernon - BOO
Jamee D. Ogden and wife to A. L.
Williamson et al. weit 40 feet of
lot 1 and west 40 feet of north 10
feet of lot 3, block 21, Multnomah 1,300
Security Savings & Trust Company to
Nell Sayre Peiffer, lot 9, block 80,
Belle Crest 10
W. X. Talbott and wife to Frank
Strickrott, 4 acres commencing at
center of section 22, township 1
south, rangre 2 east 1,250
B. M. Lombard and wife to The
rosla Roberts, lots 5, 6, block 14,
Railway Addition 170
Columbia Trust Company to Gay
Lombard, lots 10, 11, 12, block 6,
Wiberg Heights 10
H. A. Morse and wife to E. B. Mer
ges, lots 1. 2, 3, 4. block 3, Rail
road Heights 100
P. A. Cochran and wife to J. J.
Folen. lot 16, block 39. Vernon.. 2,250
E. J. Phillips et al to G. L. Webb,
lots 1, 2. block 3. Montavllla 400
E. J. Phillips et al to B. E. Melvln,
lots 7. 8, block 2. Montavllla So0
T. M. C. A. to Lloyd Yocum, lot 4,
block B. Havelock 1
Lloyd Tocum to E. L. Wonacott,
lot 4, block 6. Havelock 1
Sldelia F. Hohmann to Frances C.
Langford. lots 1, 18, block 7, '
Love's Addition 50
George C. Johnson and wife to J. K..
McLean, lots 8, 9. 10, tract "G."
Northrop Acre 1
Elizabeth O'Malley to Nora O'Malley.
lot 1, block 4, Elizabeth Irvlng's
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block 43; lot 4. block 46. Holladay's
B. F. Smith et al to TJnlon Guar
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M. A. Zollinger and wife to Eliza
beth F. Bozorth. west of lots
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F. J. steinmets and wife to Kath
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Lexington Heights 800
A. M. Stackland et al to Ammilae
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A. A. Cox to Fred Parker, lots 24. -25.
block 13. Tremont Place 300
H. E. Noble and wife to N. Brad
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Hawthorne's First Addition 1.000
W. B. Mersereau and wife to Lena
F. Espey. lots 7, 9, block 4, Ravens
wood Addition 1
Romulus B. Carey to Francisko
Rhomberg. lots 1. 2, block 18. Ar
bor Lodge 625
Charles H. Martin and wife to James
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