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THE MORXIXG OREGOXIAX, MONDAY, FEBRUARY T, 1910.
Phases of Industrial Growth in the Pacific Northwest
ALBANY IS GUEST
Business Men Enjoy Trip to
HOSTS VOTED REAL MIXERS
Big Excursion of Merchants Visits
City on Santlam, 5 6 Making the
Junket Booster Talks Feat
ure of Evening's Fun.
ALBANY. Or.. Feb. 6. Special.) The
lively city of Jefferson entertained a big
?xcureion, of Albany men last night in
one of tlie most entliupisslic booster
meeting's ever held in Oregon.
The spirit of proKres and a purpose to
work together for the upbuilding of
this part of the state were evident and
the meeting was one of the best and big
gest ever held in the progressive city
on the Santlam. Fifty-wx local men took
the trip, whirh was the second of a e?rles
of excursions by members of the Albany
Commercial Club to surrounding cities.
The Albany crowd arrived in Jefferson
at 7 o'clock and remained until 10:0.
Th?y marched through the streets cheer
ing for Jefferson and then gathered in
t:ie Masonic Hall, where the booster
meeting was hold.
Mayor Allen, of Jefferson, presided and
talks were made by seven members of
the Albany contingent Dr. V. H. Iavis.
J. K. Weatherford. F. P. Nutting. Fr.
AV. R. Shlnn. A. C. SrhmtTt, H. H.
Hewitt and Wallace R. StrubW. Colonel
R. llofer. of Siilem. was also present
and spoke. Tur-kers Orchestra, of Jef
ferson, furnished music during the even
ing and th" Albany inon sang two songs
written in honor of the occasion by Man
Pr W. R. Strung.
The Albany men who went on t his ex
cursion were K. II. MV-Oune, vice-president
of the Albany f'ommereial Club,
clia Irman of the delegation ; Wa Uace R
St ruble, manager of the club; Postmaster
J. Van Winkle, J. K. Weatherford.
Tr. W. IT. Ha vis. H. H. Hewitt. State
Sna tor Frank J. Miller, V. P. Nutting.
O- O. Rawlings. I I. Swan. K. 13. Cusick.
A. W. Bowersox. A. O. Senders. Coroner
"William Fort miller, c. B. Winn, P. D.
Cilbert. II. X. Bouloy, C. Cameron,
G. B. Cummings. H. A. Nelson. J. J.
Collins. G. H. Cromwell. R. K. Montgom
ery. Dr. W. R. Shinn. Dr. C. V. Littler.
ounty Commissioner T. J. Butler. K. I.
Joiaes, W. A. Barrett. Fred Dawson,
Charles H. Stewart. C. J. Cowler. 9.
Frecrksen. T. G. Hopkins. M. Soth. J. C.
Hammell. T. P. Stevens, C. H. Cusick.
County School Superintendent. W. I.
Jackson. Ij B. Tracey. A. A. Gordon.
FYed Veal, E. A. Thompson. A. K. Cur
tis. Professor K. K. Braflley. E. Wash
burn, N. IX Pratt. W. H. Marvin, J. R.
Metzger. J. M. Hawkins. Owen Beam.
Professor Hans Flo. J. D. Brk2iart, "E.
A. Johnson. G. M. Missall, J. Rousellot
and VV. Ij. Marks.
MEDFORD WANTS PAVING
lVliWons Made for 15 Miles to Be
Laid Coining Summer.
MEDFORD. Or.. Feb. 6. ( Special.)
The people of Med ford have petitioned,
the City Council for pavement aggregat
ing 15 miles, which will be put in the
coining Summer. The Park Board is also
busy, and the present parks are to be
beautified and new ones laid out. The
Park Board is composed of ladies, and
their watchword is "Medford the City
Six large brick buildings are to be built
in the erly Summer. Three of them are
under way now and will be finished not
later than June 1. Dr. Page is hurrying
work on his hotel and opra-house .
Conro Flero recently returned from Chi
cago and pays many of his friends are
coining to Medford this Spring. Mr. Fiaro
i; a friend of the Potter Palmers, of Chi
cago, and it was through them that he
first heard of Medford. and he in turn
has been back East spreading the good
news. Plan are drawn for the erection
of a fine residence on his ranch. Con
tractors will commence work in a few
days. Mr. Flaro is engaged to one of
Medford' s pretty daughters and expects
snon to be married.
MERRILL LINE DISCUSSED
Free Right-of-way and Depot Site
Is Offered S. I.
MERRILL. Or.. Feb. 6 H. P. Hoey.
assistant engineer, and W. S. Worden.
right-of-way agent for the Southern Pa
ri fit: Railroad, met with the Chamber of
Com m erce recen 1 1 y and discussed pla n s
for the construction of the surveyed line
of railroad through Merrill.
A yeir ago a free depot site and right
of way for six miles to the north was
tendered the Southern Pacific, when its
surveying crew was working through
this place. Ten days ago the Chamber
f Commerce sent a letter to the con
struction department and asked if the
company proposed to use the free right
of way and depot site.
Mr. Hoey and Mr. Worden were detailed
to visit Merrill and accept the tender
lvwide. subject to a condition that Merrill
provide the right of way half the dis
tance to either Midland or Klamath Falls.
the company having preliminary surveys
to both places.
Mr. Worden and a committee will be
gin active work tomorrow on securing
the remaining few miles necessary in
HERD OF COWS PAYS WELL
Banker Creek Man Makes Animals
A vera jpe $ 9 0 . 6 G Vea r .
CHEHALIS. Wash., Feb. R. (Special.)
John Bunker, one of the pioneer iairy
farmers on Bunker Creek, has developed
a record herd of cows. For liK9 he raised
the average earnings of 11 cows to 3523
pounds of butter, which he sold at ai
average price of SI cents a pound, mak
ing the average earnings per cow for the
Mr. Bunker's cattle are mostly thor
oughbred Jerseys, but he has some few
high-grades of the en me breed.
Fine Bungalow Jlnllt at Moscow.
MOSCOW. Idaho. Feb. 6. (Special. W
George P. Brown, of Spokane, who came
to Moscow last Spring-, has jus Incom
pleted l beautiful 510.000 bungalow on a.
two-acre tract in the northeast portion of
the residence district- The design is
original and unique, and the finish
PROGRESSIVE SPIRITS OP WILLAMETTE VALLEY CITY, READY TO
l i 'f ft tVf it
BOISE HAS BOOM
Idaho Capital Reaches
BUILDING RECORD MADE
Kemarkablc Increase of Activity In
AH Development Lines Is Regard
ed as Sign of Permanent
Doom in City.
BOISE, Idaho. Feb. 6. (Special.)
The activity of building in business
and residential portions of Boise during
the year .lust passed is unprecedented
in th history of this city. The per
cent of increase was 236. Building In
spector "Weston predicts that the pres
ent year will see double the activity.
as well as investments, in buildings.
As a keynote to this prediction comes
the announcement that the skyscraper
age of this city has been reached.
John Lemp, one of the most promi
nent retired business men and an Idaho
pioneer, is preparing for the erection
of a nine-story office building on the
corner of Main and Ninth streets, to
replace old landmarks which have oc
cupied that section of the city for many
years. Numerous other buildings are
projected for the coming year, the
present outlay for new edifices necessi
tating the investment of over a half
During the past year about 35 busi
ness blocks were erected in the down
town business section, and 152 new res
idences. The total investment in these
buildings was 5817.885, an increase of
$60t,131 over the preceding year. The
repairs alone amounted to $61,695. The
number of new buildings erected in
190S was Itl, 16 of wi.ich were business
blocks. In 1909 the number of new
buildings terected jumped to 281, or 190
more than the preceding year. And
there are more new buildings in sight
now than there were at this time last
The second skyscraper to be erected
this Spring and a permit for which.
has been issued, is that of the I. X. L.
Furniture Company, of tfalt Lake. This
will be six stories high, and erected
for eight. It will occupy a prominent
site on Idaho .street, between Ninth and
Tenth, adjoining the Odd Fellows Tem
ple, in the furniture district," so called,
owing to the fact that all of the large
furniture establishments are moving
from Main street to Idaho and Ban
W. K. Pierce & Co., are erecting a
four-story business block on Bannock
street, which will be occupied by the
Allen - Wright Furniture Company,
while Both & Co. are at present in
stalled in a big four-story structure
on the opposite side of the street. This
street is considered to be tiie coming
business thoroughlare. On it wilf be
erected this year a handsome depot
for the Boise &: Interurban Raiiway
Company, operating a city and electric
service between Boise and Caldwell.
The Owyhee Hotel is rapidly nearing
completion on Main street. Two stories
will be added to the Overland block,
making it six stories In height, and
two to the Oxford Hotel, also on Main
street. The second cold storage plant
is to go into the wholesale district this
year, erected by Larson & Sprout; while
a big annex will be constructed to the
wholesale house of the Falk Mercantile
Company. J ohn Broad bent, who pays
more taxes here than the Oregon Short
Line, has just completed the erection
of a. handsome new store building on
Kighth street and will erect two oth
ers on Main.
The Kerr Hardware company has the
foundation in for a six-story building
on Idaho street. Another four-story
structure is going up on East Main,
to be occupied by the Pioneer Tent &
Awning Company. in all probability
definite"- steps will be taken for the
erection of a joint county and city
building this year, and acfJve work
continued on the new state capitol,
now under progress of construction.
NEW COAL FIELD LIKELY
Chchalis People Kxpect Reopening
of Old Mines West of City.
CHEHALIS. Wash.. Feb. 6. (Special.)
The organization thie ,week in Seattle
of the Apex Coal Company is of consider
able interest locally in Lewis County,
as it will probably result In development
of another active coal field in this sec
tion. The deal, which includes 800 acres
of coal land about three miles west and
slightly north of yiis city, is for a hold
ing formerly owned by the late J. B.
Montgomery, a well-known Portland pio
neer. The land is covered with a fine
growth of timber owned by the Chehalis
Land & Timber Company, of this city.
One or two propositions have hereto
fore been under consideration to build a
railroad spur to the lands in question,
but have been dropped. The coal is an
THEIR PRIVATE CAR.
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ALBANY COMMERCIAL CLUB BOOSTERS.
excellent grade of lignite. It was first
opened up about 25 or 30 years ago. and
at one time coal for local consumption
was taken out on a small scale. It is
expected that engineers will shortly be
in the field to look up a route for the
three-mile spur which it will be neces
sary to build to connect the property with
the Northern Pacific main line.
LOGGING LINE CAMP RISES
Western Cooperage Company Men
Build Near Olney.
ASTORIA, Or., Feb. 6. (Special.)
Surveyors, who are running the lines
for the proposed logging railroad from
a point on tide water near the junction
of the Klaskanlne and Young's River
into' the vast timber tracts in what is
known as the Klaskanine district, are
erecting a house about six miles be
yond Olney. which will be utilized as
While the men are employed by the
Western Cooperage Company, it is gen
erally understood the road, which will
be 14 miles long, will be constructed
by a combination - of several syndi
cates owning timber in that section
and whose holdings the line will tap.
The surveys will be completed in about
APPLE ACREAGE GROWING
Single Nursery Furnishes Trees for
4 60 Acres Xear McMinnville.
M'MIXXVILLE, Or., Feb. 6 (Special.)
Commercial apple orchards to be
planted In this county the present Spring
will reach great proportion?. One nursery
alone has eold to 40 customers 22.527 trees,
which will occupy 460 acres within easy
reach of McMinnville.
With half a dozen; other nursaries both
in Oregon . an-d elsewhere competing for
business, the ecreage to be planted from
this one nursery represents" only a part
of the new orchard area of the county.
The determination of other land owners
in this paction to plant Jargely yet this
Spring is dependent upon the proposed
early formation of an Apple Growers
Association, arrangements for which are
C0RVALLIS AFTER PEOPLE
Commercial Club Wants New Mem
bers and Plans Booklets.
OORVALLiIS, Or., Feb. 6. (Special.)
The Commercial Club lias inaugurated
a campaign for 150 new members, to be
securea oy .uarcn i. l ne entrance iee
has boen cut from $25 to $10.
Corvallis accepted the Harriman adver
tising plan last Fall and will soon have
ready for distribution four community
booklets. Corvallis has the boosting fever
and will do things the coming year.
A LINIMENT FOR EXTERNAL USE.
No woman who bears children need suffer during
the period of waiting, nor at any time of baby's com
ing, if Mother's Friend is used as a massage for the
muscles, tendons and glands of the
trating, healthful liniment which strengthens the ligaments, lubricates
and renders pliant those muscles on which the strain is greatest, pre
vents caking of the breasts by keeping the ducts open, and relieves
nausea, backache, numbness, nervousness, etc. Its regular use will
prepare every portion of the system for the safety of both mother and
child and greatly reduce the pain and danger wlien the little one
comes. Mother's Friend is sold at drug stores. Write for our free
book containing valuable information for expectant mothers,
Got to Eat
But common sense in eating may head,off Indigestion.
Kodol corrects Indigestion by Digesting the food, while
the stomach gets well. Also wards off Dyspepsia.
There are a lot of things that -will
bring on serious stomach disorder
if you persist in doing them. You
are probably doing some of them.
Nervous Dyspepsia is an awful com
plaint. Kodol will prevent your hav
A regular diet of rich, greasy
foods and soggy hot bread rapid
eating without chewing sufficiently
overloading the stomach all re
sult in Indigestion, and more dan
gerous ailments. Kodol is for
Dyspepsia and indigestion.
But Kodol will take care of these
matters very easily- if you will
tiro Kodol a chanc
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SPRING HUSH ASKED
Klamath Project Water-Users
FINISH WORK" REQUESTED
Completion of System to Affect 14,
0O0 Fertile Acres Depending on''
Upper Take Jacob "Rueck,
KLAMATH FALLS. Or., Feb. . (Spe
cial.) Waterusers under the Klamath rec
lamation project are anxious to "have the
work pushed with vigor all along the
line in the Spring, wjth the purpose of
completing the entire project as soon as
Thte will put into use more than 140.000
acres of fertile land in addition to the
area now irrigable under canals and
laterals already constructed, amounting
to nearly 32.000 acres for which water is
now available, all under the lower pro
ject and deperding on Upper Klamath
Lake for its water supply.
Thompson Tells Plans.
The Upper or Clear Lake Trojet-t de
pending upon the Clear Lake reservoir,
is not so advanced. Only the dam is
sufficiently completed to impound the
waters of Lost River, where they lasuc
from the lake. The reservoir thus con
structed will, when full, cover an area of
about 25,000 acres. There has as yet
been no construction work on the canals
and laterals projected to carry this water
on to the valleys known at Laugell
Vonna and Poe, with their approximately
40.000 or 50.000 acres of fine sagebrush land
that will be irrigable from the Clear
The people of the upper project are a
unit in assuring the Government that
they are anxious to have work rushed on
this project and that they will repay
the actual cost of construction and co
operate with the representatives of the
Reclamation Service on the ground.
To convince the authorities' at Washing
ton of their attitude and to urge vigorous
advancement of work on the, plans al-
i t-tii uuiu neu tor me uppfr project
Jacob R.ueck, one of the large land
holders and substantial farmers of that
section has been sent to Wasliirrgton as
the bearer of resolutions. These declare
the farmers of that project ready to
increase the valuation of shares of stock
body Mother's Friend is a pene
FIELD CO.. ATLANTA, GA.
Kodol does ,what it does, not be
cause there is anything miraculous
about it. It merely duplicates the
natural process of digesting food
as ordinarily carried on by Nature.
Every tablespoonful of Kodol will
digest 24 pounds of food.
Our Guarantee. StueoJ
Kodol. If you are not benefited the
druggist will at once return your mon
ey. Don't hesitate; any druggist will
sell you Kodol on these terms. The
dollar bottle contains 24 times as
much as the 50c bottle. Kodol is pre
pared in the Inboratories of K. C. De
Witt '& Co., ChicAfio.
During Change of Life,
says Mrs. Chas. Barclay
Granite ville. Vt. "I -was passing
lEOiiarh the Chaneeof life andsuffered
and other annoying
symptoms, and I
can truly say that
pound has proved
of gold to me, as it
restored my health
and strength. I
never forget to tell
my friends what
Vegetable Compound" has done for me
during this trying period. Complete
restoration to health means so much
to me that for the sake of other suffer
ing women I am willing to make my
trouble public so vou mav publish
this letter." Mrs? Chas. Barclay,
o other medicine for woman's ills
has received such wide-spread and un
qualified endorsement. Xo other med
icine we know of has such a record
of cures of female ills as has Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
For more than 80 years it has been
curing female complaints such as
inflammation, ulceration, local weak
nesses, fibroid tumors, irregularities.
periodic pain3, DacKacne, inaigestion
and nervous prostration, and it is
unequalled lor carrying women saiely
through the period of change of life.
It costs but little to try Iydia E.
Pinkham's "Vegetable Compound, and,
as Mrs. Barclay says,it is "worth moun
tains of gold to suffering women.
o $.0. a? deflred by the Reclamation
Service, and to co-operate in the further
prosecution of the work.
As Mr. Uueck is well informed on the
situation, well acquainted with Director
.ewell and other leading officials of the
Reclamation Serviee, including Supervis-
nfr Engineer Tlopson, and goes as? the ac
credited representative of nearly every
and holder under the upper propect who
wishes irrigation, it i. believed his mis
sion will prove successful.
BAKER CITY IS AROUSED
Citizens Anxious to Hoar Message of
RAKER CITY. Or.. Feb. 6. ( Special.)
Preparations on a larpe scale are being
made here to receive Tom Richardson,
the Portland "booster." on Tuesday. He
is coming with a new message of growth
and prosperity, it is said, and people of
this vicinity are anxious to hear what it
is. An afternoon meeting will be held in
the City Hall, all organizations joining to
make it ablg event.
Delegations from Haines, Sumpter and
Eagle Valley are expected and arrange
ments are being made to care for them.
This city Is to have a commercial club.
In the true sense of that term. This in
formation has been given out by the
Citizens' League, a business men's secret
order which has taken the place of a
commercial club in the past..
For some time there has been agitation
regarding the inauguration of a commer
cial club of broad scope and recently the
League announced its approval of the
plan, agreeing to dissolve if the work
were carried on by the newly-formed
Commercial Club. This was agreed, to.
ORCHARDISTS ARE BUSY
Clark County Expects Light Prune
and Heavy Apple Crop.
VANCOUVER. Wash.. Feb. 6. (Spe
cial.) Although delayed by the hard
Winter, the orchardists of Clark County
are not goinr to be caught behind in
the work of cleaning up their orchards
when the time for spraying arrives,
according to District Fruit Inspector A.
A. Quarnberg. Pruning has begun in
spite of the cold and Inspector Quarn
berg says that March will find the or
chards clean and in shape for spraying.
While a moderately light yield of
prunes is expected this year, owing to
THAT ARE AILING, NERV
OUS AND RUN DOWN
Come to Me
and Be Cured
Cure Y ou f
or pay me fl . 70a crct
the benefit of my THE DOCTOR
treatment. THAT CURES.
FEB FOK A CORE is lower thn any
specialist in the city, halt that others
caarffe you. and no exorbitant charge
I am an expert specialist, have hl
30 years' practice In the treatment of
ailments of men. My offices aro 'he
best equipped in Portland. My methods
are modern and up-to-date. My cures
are tiuiek and positive. do not treat
symptoms and patch ux. I thoroughly
examine each case, fina the cause, re
move it and thus cure the disease.
I CI KB Varicose Veins. Contracted
Ailments. Plies and Specific Blood Poi
son and all Ailments of Men.
SPECIAL DISEASES Newly con
tracted and chronic cases cured. All
burning, itching and Inflammation
stopped In twenty-tour hours. Cures
effected in seven days.
THE GREAT FRENCH - ELECTRO -
Insures every man a lifelong cure,
without taking medicine Into the stom
ach jurTyT Visit Dr. LUdia y's private
Museum of Anatomy and know
thyself in health and disease. Admis
sion free. Consultation free. If unable
to call, write for list of questions.
Office hours a A. M. to 8 P. M. Sun
days, 10 A. M. to 1 P. M. only.
12S Vi SECOND ST. COR OF A LDEII,
wirea. jdiv moon7a A.eeiey in
stitute in Oregon- Writ for illas
tratd cirmlar. Kelfr lotstitnt
71 E. life JMa rorUand, Oregon
"I claim to know a great deal
about a few ailments, rather
than a little of all human ills"
Different doctors have different ideas in
regard to cures. Some call a suppression of
symptoms a cure. They dose for druy ef
fects and claim that nothing more ca,n be
done. But the real ailment remains and will
bring" the real symptoms back a grain, per
haps the same as before, but very likely
leave the patient in a much worse condi
tion. I claim that nothing- loss than com
plete eradication of the ailment can be a real"
cure. I treat to remove the ailment, and
not merel the symptoms. " I search out
every root and fiber .of the ailment, and I
rure to stay cured.
I not only cure all nervous conditions 1
promptly, but I employ the only treatment
that can possibly cure" such ailment perma
nently. It is a system of local treatment
entirely original with me, and it is just as
substantial as it is broad.
I CURE THE CASES THAT
OTHERS CANNOT CURE
A bold statement, but $nnt mm true ns It
is bold. t all cases that others fail to
cure are curable by my methods, but fully
i0 per cent of them aro. The way to learn
whether your case is curable is to ronNiilt
me. I know exactly what can be done in
every instance. I ought to know this, for I
have done nothing- else other than treat ,
men's ailments for twenty-five yearn. If
your case is curable i will treat you. ' If
it isn't I will -not. If I treat yon, and if you
Yoa Can Pay When Cured
SrKClFIC BI.OOD IOISOTV.
Others dose the system with
mineral poisons scarcely less dan
gerous than the ailment itself. The
toest they hope to do by this treat
ment is to keep the ailment from
manifesting; its presence upon the
surface of the body. Under my
treatment the entire system is
cleansed. The last taint vanishes
to appear no more. 1 employ
harmless blood - cleansing reme
dies. They are remedies hereto
fore unknown in the treatment of
this ailment. They cnire hy neu
tralizing; and absolutely destroy
in sr the poison in the system.
Such cures cannot be other than
complete and permanent.
Our $10,000 Museum of Anatomy i open to male visitors. The largest
and finest exhibit on the Coast. All men visiting Portland should see
this educational exhibit, showing the human body in wax reproductions.
Advice and Consultation Free
Come and have a private talk with me concerning your ailment. Even
if you are not prepared to undergo treatment at this time, I can always
give helpful suggestions to men who are ailing. If you cannot come to
Portland, write for particulars of my system of home treatment. Inter
esting literature and colored charts if you will call.
The Dr. TAYLOR Co.
234 MORRISON STREET, PORTLAND, OREGO.Y.
CORNER MORRISON AND SECOND STREETS.
OFFICE HOURS 9 A, M. TO 0 P. M. SUNDAYS, lO TO 1 ONLY.
the heavy crops of last Fall, a big yield
of apples is expected because the ap
ple crop was light last Fall. Greater
interest is beinpf taken in apples by
Clark County farmers than ever before,
according; to the fruit inspector, and
thousands of new trees are bein? set
NEHALEM OUT TO BOOST
Board of Trade Organizes for Bene
fit of Oomniunity.
NEHALEM, Or., Feb. 6. (Special.)
The Nehalem Board of Trade was or
ganized here this month. At the first
meeting 26 members were enrolled. Its
aim is to boost for a greater Nehalem
country and let the outside world know
of the many possibilities open here for
the dairyman, lumberman and business
of all kinds.
The following members were elected
tcr'serv on the Executive Board for the
ensuing year: F. A. Rowe, president;
Any Worn Out, Discouraged, Broken Down
MAN MAY COME TO ME MP BE CURED
If you- have violated the laws of
health and are conscious of a con
stant tax which is undermining
your system, come to me before
you become a nervous and phys
ical wreck. If you are weak,
prloomy, despondent, have bad
dreams, depressed, lack ambition
and energy, unable to concentrate
your thoughts, lack, vim, vigor
and vitality, come to me at once.
My . treatment will overcome all
weaknesses, and positively re
store you to strength and health.
I have cured thousands -of men,
and unless there are serious com
plications your case will be no
exception to the rule.
My long years of experience in
hospital and special private prac
tice entirely devoted to the treat
ment of ailments peculiar to men
enable me to stand before the
public and unmistakably tell
just what I can do in each individual case. My office is
equipped with every well-known and modern device for the
successful curing of the few "diseases I treat. The X-ray, Cys
toscope, Urinalyscope, Faradic, Galvanic and Static Current
used to make the proper diagnosis.
. By my original methods I cure VARICOSE VEINS without tortnom paint
SPECIFIED BLOOD AILMENTS without harmful drns: Impaired
V ITALITY, or Nerve Aliments, without the use of stimulative remedies.
My study and extensive practice
in the treatment of al 1 forms of
Kidney, Bladder and all Urinary
Troubles have familiarized me to
the extent that I have attained
Skill which insures successful
treatment in all cases not abso
lutely incurable. . I determine the
condition by a scientific analysis
of urine, and the severe urinary
troubles I have cured by my sys
tematic counse of treatment, after
ST. LOUIS MEDICAL CO.
230V2 YAMHILL ST.
The Leadlnx Specialist.
My Cures Are
In all my work I am
t h o rougii. painstaking"
and careful to give just
the ricrht treatment re
quired tn each individu
al case. For 25 years I
have been proving: my
ability and my business
methods have always
been strictly reliable.
My unqualified success
is due to a thorough
medical education, sup
plemented by years of
experienoe'in men's spe
cial ailments only. My
treatment is as correct
as modern science can
make it. Others may
offer inducements such
as choap treatment tr
quick treatment, but my
foremost clai m is for
thoroughness, which in
the long: run in EVKRT
V A S K means the
cheapest and the best
A thorough cure without pain
or cutting". Kvcry case of Vari
cose Veins I trea-t proves the
superiority of my mild and
harmless method, and the folly
of resorting' to surgery. In
most Instances It is even un -necessary
to detain the patient
a singrle day from his business.
The treatment i employ is dis
tinctly my own. and ca-n he had
at my office only. Do not sub
mit to the knife and hospital
expenses, when a complete and
perms nen t cure ca n bo had
wit ho ut the loss of time, and
without pain. or cutting.
Henry Tohl, vice-president; W. J. Ix
bus, secretary and treasurer; H. Effen- i
berger and R. Zweifel. Regular meet
ings will be held once a month.
Furniture Factory Promised.
EUGENE, Or., Feb. 6. (Special.) R.
E. Wilson, who came here from Rush
vine. Ind., recently, is planning to open
a furniture factory in this city. Mr.
Wilson has been engaged in the manu
facture of furniture in the East for
several years and is impressed with the
facilities and raw material in this
vicinity. He will begin with the manu
facture of tables, pedestals and similar
articles, for which Oregon fir Is
Chchalis Plans Dollar Banquet.
CHEHALIS. Wash.. Feb. 6. (Special.)
The Chchalis Citizens" Club has its
plans arranged to hold its annual dol
lar banquet some evening this month.
A committee has been appointed and the
date and other details soon will be
NOT A DOLLAR NEED
BE PAID UNLESS CURED
beinsy unsuccessfully treated by
other special ists.-give me such con
fidence in my method to assure you
My consultation and advice are
always free, whether you take
treatment or not. If you cannot
call at office, write for self - ex
amination blank. Many cases
cured at home. Office hours 9 A.
M. to 8 P. M. . Sundays 10 to 12. All
correspondence in plain envelopes.