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THE MORNING OREGONIAN, FRIDAY, MARCII 18, 1910.
GRAIN TO BE CARGO
British Bark Alatir Ordered to
Prepare for Sea.
LINERS AT WORK TODAY
Hark Will Load Wheat for Some
Foreign Port Has Been on the
( , Disengaged- Ust Since . Her
Arrival in Portland.
Liners -will 'begin work on the Inte
rior of the British bark Altair this
morning, putting the craft in shape
to receive a cargo of wheat. Cable
advices from the owners, received yes
terday morning- by Captain Hughes, di
rected him to line the vessel and make
all preliminary preparations for sea.
Following the cable came a letter, in
which it was stated that the owners
had refused a lumber cargo and were
negotiating for an outward cargo of
win fnrnlnh th ffTflln fnr the
Altair is a mystery, as tar as local
people are concerned. Exporting firms
deny any connection with the charter.
It is probable that the owners have
purchased a cargo and will dispatch
the ship on their own account.
The Altair arrived in Portland har
nor October 29 from Kewcastle-on-Tyne
with general cargo for Meyer.
"Wilson. & Co. She discharged and
moored at the public levee. Grain
shipments, foreign, have been slow dur
ing the past three months. Big values
and shortage of wheat have combined
to lessen the amount of cereal shipped
out of all ports In the United States.
With 2.800,289 feet of lumber for
two ports in Australia, the Norwegian
steamship Tordenskjold cleared yester
day. The lumber was valued at $47,
631 and was loaded by the American
Trading Company. Lumber shipments,
foreign, for the first 17 days of March
amount to 12,984,085. The vessel left
down at noon yesterday. In addition
to the cargo laden at Portland, the
Tordenskjold has on board 747,278 feet
of California redwood, taken on board
at Eureka. From Astoria the Tord
enskjold will proceed to Union Bay for
VOSBURG SLIGHTLY DELATED
ffug Loses Rudder Off Xehalem, but
Assistance Is Not Needed.
ASTORIA, Or., March 17. (Special.)
A message was received here about 10
o'clock this morning stating that the tug
Geo. P. Vosburg was in distress about
three miles off the entrance to Nehalem
Bay. The lighthouse tender Armeria,
Captain Gregory, left immediately to ren
der assistance, but when a short distance
below the Columbia River lightship she
met the tug coming up the const under
her own steam and returned. The Vos
burg arrived here this evening.
Captain Rorvik. master of the tug, says
the vessel struck lightly while crossing
out over the Nehalem bar shortly after
6 o'clock this morning and broke her
rudder, but fortunately It did not drop
off until deep water was reached.
Work was immediately commenced on
rigging up a jury rudder and after . a de
lay of about two hours the Vosburg pro
ceeded up the coast under her own steam
and came to the wharf here without as
sistance. When the accident occurred. Captain
Rorvik blew his whistle and set his flag
with a hope of attracting the attention
of a steam schooner that was coming
up from the south, but she did not see
him and passed on.
Arrangements have been made to re
place the broken rudder hye and the ves
sel will be delayed only a few days.
Captain Rorvik says that while his
vessel was In no danger, as the sea was
emooth, he feels grateful for the prompt
ness with which the tender Armeria was
dispatched to his assistance, as under un
favorable weather conditions her help
might have been badly needed.
Cutter Manning Returns to Port.
In command of Captain Carden the
United States revenue cutter Manning
arrived up from Astoria last Wednes
day night and anchored between the
Burnside and Morrison street bridges.
The Manning will shift to the plant
of the Willamette Iron & Steel Works
tomorrow afternoon and will undergo
extensive repairs. The bid was award
ed to the local shipbuilding firm on ac
count of the difference in time In which
the work will be done. The Willam
ette bid called for the completion of
the work in 15 days.
Two Barges Are Enrolled,
The barges Washougal and Washing
ton were enrolled at the- Customs
House yesterday afternoon. The craft
will sail the latter part of the week
for Puget Sound. They will be used
to carry gypsum from Icy Straits to
Seattle. Daniel Kern recently sold
the barges Wallacot, Washington and
Washougal to a Sound company for
65,000. For many years they have
been used as stone barges on the Co
lumbia. They were built to carry rock
from the Columbia River to the Jetty
at Grays Harbor.
JJritibh Ship Arctic Stream Enters.
With 1250 tons of pig iron, 205,000
fire brick, 125 tons of fire brick, 50
tons of salt and a quantity of paint,
bleaching powder, fertilizer and coke,
the British bark Arctic Stream, Captain
Dixon, arrived up at noon yesterday
and entered at the Customs-House.
The vessel reached Astoria Wednesday
from Newcastle-on-Tyne. She is con
signed to Meyer, Wilson, & Co. The
Arctic Stream is not chartered for
the outward voyage.
Fish Vessel Starts North.
With lumber and building material
for the construction of a complete salmon-packing
plant, the ship St. Paul
sailed from Seattle Wednesday for the
JJorth. The St. Paul is the first of the
.salmon fleet to clear for Alaska. She
Is commanded by Captain De Geldre.
The cannery will be built at Kenai and
will be ready for operation this Sum
Work on Jetty to Be Resumed.
Work on the Columbia River Jetty
will probably be resumed during the
first week in April. Assistant Engi
neer Gerald Bagnall will be in shape
to receive work within two weeks.
Mr. Bagnall returned from Fort Stev
ens yesterday and states that the Win
ter storms have done little or no dam
age. All of the false work held, and
as soon as the contractors are In shape
to deliver rock the Government forces
will be able to handle the stone.
Astoria Marine Notes.
ASTORIA, Or.. March 17. (Special.)
The steamer George W. Fenwick arrived
last night and will load lumber at the
Hammond mill. t
The steam schooners Shoshone, Toee-
mlte and the schooners Mabel Gale. King
Cyrus Bangor and Virginia have arrived
to load lumber cargoes for California.
The steam schooner Shasta, which ar
rived this morning from California, will
load 400,000 feet of lumber at the Knapp
ton mill and proceed to Portland to finish.
The steam schooner K. a Loop cleared
at the Customs House today for San
Francisco with a cargo of 60,000 feet of
lumber, loaded at Linnton; 475.000 feet,
loaded at Prescott, and 275,000 feet, load
ed at Rainier.
The steamer Jim Butler Is discharging
general cargo at the Oak-street dock.
The steamship Shoshone arrived up last
evening with general cargo from San
The steamship Kansas City will sail
for San Francisco with passengers and
general cargo this afternoon at 4 o'clock.
With general cargo from Newcastle-on-Tyne
for Meyer, Wilson & Co., the Brit
ish ship Arctic Stream arrived at noon
The steam schooner Saginaw sailed yes
terday afternoon for Grays Harbor in
ballast. She will load lumber for San
The French bark Bossuet was towed to
, Xue to Arrlva
pram. From. TJats.
Ktuiu City... San FranclscoTn port.
Alliance. ......Coos Bar.... In port
Ramona Coos Bay.... Mar. 20
Roenoxe ..San Pedro Mar. 20
Falcon San Francisco Mar. 20
Golden Oat. .. Tillamook Mar. 21
Rose City San FranciactMar. 21
Qso. W Klder. -Ban Fsdro. . . Mar. 22
Santa Clara Ban Francisco Mar. 24
Ealia HomKnnt Apr. IS
Henrlk Ibsen. . .Hosckonc. .. .June m 1
Hercules Hongkong. . . .June 4
Sue H. Elmore. TlllamooK. ...Indert
Scheduled to Depart.
Name. For Date.
Kansas City. . . San Francisco Mar. IS
Alliance... .Coos Bay Mar. 19
Roanoks. ... ...San Pedro... Mar. 22
Ramona coos Bay. Mar. 23
Falcon San Francisco Mar. 23
Golden Qnte. .. Tillamook. ... Mar. 23
Geo. W. aider. .Ban Pedru. . . Mar. 24
Rose City Sin rnntlirn Mr. 25
, Santa Clara. . -San Francisco Mar. 26
Rella Honirkons Apr. 22
Henrlk Ibsen. . Homrkonc June 12
Hercules Honarkonar. . . . June IS
Gue H. Elmore. Tillamook Indert
Arctic Stream. Br. ship (Dixon),
with ireneral cargo, from Newcastle-on-Tyne.
Tordenskjold. Nor. steamship (Han
sen), -with lumber, for Melbourne
and Port Adelaide.
Sajrlnaw. Am. steamship CWsJyls),
with 800.000 feet of lumber, for San
an anchorage above the old Madison
street bridge yesterday afternoon. She
will take ballast.
The steamship Alliance arrived arly
yesterday morning from Coos Bay ports.
The Alliance brought 50 passengers and
a good cargo of -freight.
The steam schooner Nprthland moved
from the Portland Lumber Mills yester
day to a berth at Rainier She is load
ing a full cargo for San Francisco.
Tom James has resigned as agent of
the steamship Alliance at Marshfleld to
engage In farming at Vaqulna. R. Sher
man has relieved Mr. James at the Coos
Bay city. Mrs. James arrived in Port
land yesterday on the steamer Alliance.
Arrivals and Departures.
PORTLAND, March IT. Arrived Steam
ship Shoshone, from San Francisco; steam
ship Yosemlte, from San Francisco; British
ship Arctic Stream, from Newcastle-on-Tyne.
Sailed Norwegian steamship Tor
denskjold, for Melbourne; steamship 6agl
naw, for San Francisco.
Astoria, Or., March 17. Condition at the
mouth of the river at 5 p. M-, smooth;
wind southeast, 20 miles; weather, raining.
Arrived In last night Steamer Geo. W.
Fenwick, from San Francisco. Arrived
down during the night and sailed at 7:30
A. M. Steamer Ramona, for Coos Bay. Ar
rived at 8:30 A. M. Steamer Shasta, from
San Francisco. Arrived at 8:30 and left up
at 9:30 A. M. Steamer Yosemlte. from
San Francisco. Arrived at 9:15 A. M.
Schooner Bangor, from San Francisco. Ieft
up at 12 noon Schooner Mabel Gale. Sailed
at 12:30 P. M. Gasoline schooner Oshkosh,
for Tillamook. Arrived at 1:30 P. M.
Schooner Virginia, from Ban Francisco. Ar
rived at 3 p. M. Steamer Geo. R. Vosburg,
from Nehalem, with Jury rudder.
San Francisco. March 17. Arrived
Steamer Santa Clara, from Portland. Sailed
at P. M. Steamer Maverick, for Portland.
Grays Harbor, March 17. Arrived
Steamer Hoquiam. from Portland. Arrived
yesterday Steamer Thos. L. Wand, from
San Francisco, March 17. Arrived
Steamer Santa Clara, from Portland. Sailed
Schooner Aliens, for Grays Harbor;
steamer Roanoke, for Portland; steamer
Caplstrano, Coos Bay.
Suez, March 16. Arrived Belle of Spain,
from Union Bay, B. C, via Colombo, for
Jeddah, March 17. Sailed Cyclops, for
New York. March 37. Arrived Patrla,
from Patras. Sailed La Provence, for
Havre; Prince FTIederich Wilhelm, for
Bremen; Oscar II, for Copenhagen.
Seattle, March 17. Arrived Steamers
Admiral Sampson and " Governor, from
Sound ports; steamer Tampico, from Ta
coma. Sailed Steamer Admiral Sampson,
for San Francisco.
Tacoma, March 17. Arrived Schooner
Rosamond, from San Pedro; steamer Tam
pico. Seattle. Sailed German steamer
Itauri, for San Francisco, via Comox.
Tide at Astoria Friday.
6r08 A. M 8.1 ft.jO.OB A. M 3.8 ft-
8:3 P. M 1 ft.l:48 P. M 0.4 ft.
OLIVER AND CONVERSION
Statement of Evangelist's Religious
"Work at Eugene. Or.
EUGENE, Or.. March 16. (To the Edi
tor.) Considerable Interest has been aroused
throughout the state by the revival meeting,
held in Eugene, Or., by Rev. French E.
Oliver. I. I-)., of Kansas City, Mo. Owing
to the repeated gross misrepresentations
of the evangelist mentioned, the meetings
and the result of the work, it seems wise to
offer a statement In behalf of several thous
and of the representative people of Eugene,
who were directly engaged in this work.
The Eugene newspapers gave liberal space
to the reports of the work and the Regis
ter submitted several editorials which set
before its readers a Just opinion of the
questions Involved. Had these been copied
as extensively as some other reports, there
would have been no necessity for this state
ment. The following editorial is here quot
ed, because it expresses the sentiment of
most of our people. "Thursday night
(March 10) brought to close one of the most
remarkable religious revivals ever held In
Eugene, If not in all of Oregon, when Evan
gelist Oliver, of Kansas City. Mo., closed
a six weeks' meeting at the big Tabernacle,
with a record of over 1O0O conversions as
a result. The revival was far reaching In
its effect, creating an interest and discus
sion on religious Questions not only all
over Oregon, but beyond rts borders, reach
ing out into adjoining states. Dr. Oliver
can be put down as one of the greatest
evangelists that has ever visited the Pa
cific Coast, regardless of the fact that his
methods have not been fully Indorsed bv
all classes, a condition hardly to be ex-
"It is much easier to be good than It is
to be good for something, and Dr. Oliver
believes his methods are legitimate, and
wide experience has convinced him that
they are the best for him. At Ieat, this
Is his Judgment. It must be admitted that
for nearly six weeks this meeting was the
'biggest thing" In Eugene. The Tabernacle,
seating 3OO0 people, was filled at nearly
every service and frequently crowded, and
at times hundreds-could not gain admittance.
A. choir which numbered BOO voices at times,
was directed most ably by Professor W. A.
Maltble, the singer who assisted also as
soloist. No little credit for the results is
due to this great choir. But Dr. Oliver was
the campaigner who directed th work and
whose utterances stirred the people. ISa
They Join the Many Thousands Who Have Been Cured and Benefited by the Use of
the Great Body Builder and Renew er of Youth and Extol Its Virtues
That Others May Read and Be Helped.
Wr 'Sf tef I
MRS. J. E. ROOT.
Holds World'. Past -Walking;
"Two years ago, when I
did not feel very strong, I
bought a bottle of Duffy's
Pure Malt Whiskey. I was
Immediately benefited by
it. I am 80 years old. and
won the championship in
the great walking contest
for aged people In Cleve
land. I beat the world's
record for aged people. My
wonderful health and anil
ity I attribute to using
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey
as a medicine." Mrs. Jane
Edwards Root, 1,605 East
is one of the greatest strength-builders and tonic stimulan ts known to medicine. By its invigorating effect upon the
physical and nervous forces it assists in rebuilding the weakened tissues, in a gradual, healthy, natural manner. It
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weakened and diseased conditions, if taken as directed. It is invaluable for
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young and keeps the young strong.
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meeting lias so successfully reached the rep
resentative citizens, business men, profes
sional men, university students, high school
students and mature young people In great
"Dr. Oliver preaches the evangelical doc
trines, makes no apologies for his beliefs,
hits sin In all Its forms and among all
classes and holds convictions so strongly
that some of his seemingly extravagant
statements are but natural to one of his
temperament and zeal. Dr. Oliver is a
born fighter and would be a marked person
ality In any profession. The leading evan
gelists of the country honor him for his
work's sake. The widow of the Rev. Sam
Jones selected Dr. Oliver to deliver the
funeral oration of her honored husband in
the state capitol building of Georgia. He
has traveled extensively at home and abroad,
is a fellow In the American Geographical
Society, an author, lecturer of high stand
ing, a composer of some of our best hymns
and has reached this acknowledged place
at the early age of 32.
"To have carved his career unaided from
the ege of 14, challenges the admiration
of earnest men. Dr. Oliver has not sought
the money of Eugene people. The only re
muneration he asked was a free-will offering
based upon work accomplished. Though a
great campaign, including the expensive
tabernacle building, was financed, the peo
ple readily gave the evangelist 20O0 for his
services. Almost another week was added,
without cost, because the interest of the
work demanded the extra effort. Last Sun
day the various church people met in their
own buildings and some test of the work
was made. These buildings were generally
crowded, hundreds were added to their mem
bership and the greatest day in their his
tory witnessed. Every church in the city
has received members, and churches In the
surrounding towns and country districts re
port additions. The ingathering, however,
is not ended. Dr. Oliver's work ' elsewhere
has endured, and it will endure in Eugene.
He preaches civic righteousness, business
honesty, honor for law. purity of the home,
cleanliness of life, temperance reform. He
has not striven for numbers. He is a Purl
tain in his teaching as compared with the
emotional evangelist. His demands for the
Christian life were sternly exacting."
This statement is not a defense of Dr.
Oliver, for he does not ask anyone to agree
with or indorse all he says and does, but it
Iw gent In the belief that it voices the con-
A LINIMENT FOR EXTERNAL USE.
Cheerfulness and a bright disposition during the months before
baby comes, are among the greatest blessings a mother can bestow
upon the little life about to begin. Her happiness and physical com
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It is a liniment composed of penetrating oils and medicines which
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and aid in the relief of nausea. The regular use of Mother's Friend
greatly lessens the pain and danger when baby comes, and assures a
quick and natural recovery for the mother. Mother's Friend is sold
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ALL MISERY FROM STOMACH GOES
Indigestion and all Other Stomach
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thing you eat will be digested; nothing
can ferment or turn into acid or poi
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Belching, Dizziness, a feeling of full
ness after eating, Nausea, Indigestion
(like a lump of lead in stomach). Bil
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Pain in stomach and Intestines or
Headaches from the stomach are ab
MRS. ROSE DOYLE
Was) an Invalids Gained
, l-'lfty Pounds.
'T was for many years an
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and I feared I would never
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from that time I com
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MRS. A. L. HENDERSON
Seldom Toole Medicine,
"I seldom take medicine,
but, not feeling very strong,
I tried Duffy's Pure Malt
Whiskey, and it did me so
much good I cannot refrain
from telling you.
"There is nothing as
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I believe it has effected a
permanent cure in my case.
It is also wonderful for
pains and aches and gen
eral debility. I am very
glad to give my testimony,
that It may help others."
Mrs. A. L. Henderson, 4.064
vlctlon of thousands of Eugene. Or., people.
REV. H. N. MOITNT,
Chairman of Executive Committee of
Churches United In the Meeting.
REV. J. W. SPRECHER,
REAL MAN NEWLY DEFINED
Rev. E. V. Shayler Says Man Must
Be Better Than Surroundings.
"What constitutes a real man was the
theme of Rev. El V. Shayler, rector of
St. Mark's Church of Seattle, in his ad
dress yesterday at the noonday service
at the Baker Theater.
It was the argument of the speaker
that a man must be better than his sur
roundings In order to become a power
in the world, and that- the shamrock
speaks eloquently in the making of a
Mr. Shayler, In the course of his ad
dress, said :
The shamrock, which everyone in Portland
Is wearing today, speaks very eloquently
of the making of a man. It is the emblem
of the Holy Trinity and also of St. Patrick.
It reminds us how one man, through the
power of the ministry and of the grace of
God, was enabled to make himself a man.
He made himself a man by being better than
those around him. He was a man who, in
spite of. his environment, became a power
ful specimen of manhood.
6t- Paul, In writing to certain people,
who lived In a very wonderful city, tells
them that to be men they must not be over
come by the atmosphere of the world around
them, but must be transformed by the re
newing of their minds. Out of that springs
the action that is the development of a
A man. to be a manly man. must be
better than his surroundings. Learn that
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faith that will make a clean man out of a
dirty man. No matter how black our
hearts are, most of us are respectable sln
r.ers anyway. It fines not make very much
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Get a lartre 50-cent case of Pape's
Diapepsin from your druggist and
start taking now. and in a little while
you will actually brag about your
healthy, strong Stomach, for you
then can eat anything and everything
you want without the slightest discom
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impurity and Gas that is in your
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carried away without the use of laxa
tives or any other assistance.
Should you- at this moment be suf
fering from Indigestion or any stom
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.VI KS. li. M. STKAUSE
84 Yearn Old. Flnjovs Health
"I am 84 years of age,
and I want to tell you there
is no medicine as good as
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey
for aged people or for any
one who is debilitated or
run down from any cause.
It has certainly been of
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have known of many mar
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in cases of Catarrh of the
throa., lungs, stomach trou
b 1 e s, etc" Mrs. R. M.
Strause, 6,125 Harlem Ave
difference to the ov-er-a-g-e! person nowadays
how bad a man's character is, if his reputa
tion Is all richt.
Churchgolngr on Sundays is to put a man
in touch with his Heavenly Father, so that
he may impart some of the love of his
father Ipto other men during the other six
days. No man can be a bigot who tries to
be a brother. Christ came to this earth
and showed that it is possible to live a
manly life. He be?an it. it Is for you to
finish it. Are you g-olng- to do it?
Jury Allowed to Decide Salt.
United States Judge Bean in the Fed
eral Court yesterday denied a motion for
nonsuit In the damage suit of E. J. War
ren vs. the Oregon Lumber Company.
Counsel for the defendant corporation
submitted the motion at the close of the
plaintiff's case. The lumber company is
a Utah corporation, but operates a num
ber of sawmills In this state. Warren
seeks to recover J25.000 damages for in
juries alleged to have been sustained
while In the employ of the company at
its mill at Rainier.
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OUS AA'D RUN DOWN.
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or sit me m tou
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FEE FOR A CURE Is lower than any
specialist in the city, half that others
charge you, and no exorbitant charge
I am an expert specialist. Have had
80 years' practice in the treatment of
diseases of men- My offices are the
best equipped in Portland. My methods
are modern and up to date. My cures
are quick and positive. I do not treat
symptoms and patch up. I thoroughly
examine each case, find the cause, re
move it and thus care th. disease.
I CURE Varicose Veins, Piles and
Specific Blood Poison and all Ailments
SPECIAL AILMENTS Newly con
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burning. Itching and inf lannatlon
stopped In 24 hours. Cures effected In
insures every man a lifelong cure, wiiu
out taking medicine into the stomach.
Examination free. If unable to call,
write for list of questions.
Office hours 9 A. M. to 8 P. IkL Sun
days, 10 A. M, to 1 P. M. only.
12S& SECOND ST., COR. OF ALDER,
Slaves to Morphine
Cocaine. "Whisky, etc.. LISTEN! Get In
touch with me. Let me "show you"
that this is no "fake.M That I CURE
the habit, or disease, in two to three
days without suffering no matter
how long addicted, or how nearly dead.
If you can get to me (though on a
stretcher) I'll CURB' you, and you'll
regain your former weight and health
in a few weeks.
DR. D. B. GRIFFIN
80S E. SOth and Gladstone Ati, Port
land, Or. Phone Sellnrood 1399,
The Only High-Class Specialist in
the Northwest Confining His
Practice Exclusively to
Consult Me First
Even though your case may be one that some
other doctor is able to cure, and though his cure
be absolutely thorough and permanent, there is
yet good cause for your coming to me for treat
ment. The service. I render is entirely unlike
and better than the ordinary. I have devised
new and scientific methods of treating men's
ailments in all their phases. I cure oases that
others cannot cure, and cases that others can
cure I cure in less time smd without pain or
possibility of injury. All my forms of treatment
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requirements asid are in exact harmony with the
natural recuperative forces. Therefore, my cures
are painless, prompt and thorough.
The serious results that may follow neglect
of contracted ailments could scarcely be exag
gerated. Safety demands an absolutely thorough
cure in the least possible time. I have treated
more cases of contracted ailments than any
other physician upon the Pacific Coast. My
cures are thorough and are accomplished in less
time than even doubtful results. I employ
remedies of my own devising, and my treatment
is equally effective la both recent and chronic
I Treat Men Only
The vast multitude of men who have taken
my treatment have not been disappointed. They
know that I do not promise more than I per
form. To them I have actually illustrated in the
cure of their own cases the truth of what I
lalm, namely, that my treatment is as certain
to cure as It is that my patient engages my
services and follows my directions. My suc
cess is due not alone to education, experience,
skill and scientific equipment, but to the fact
that I limit my study and practice strictly to
ailments of men. To male maladies alone I have
earnestly and exclusively devoted 25 years of my
life, and en them all my faculties are concentrated.
A REAL MUSEUM
LARX3EST AND FIET MUSEUM OF ANATOMY ON TUB COASTu
Masks, models, plaster casts, skulls, skeletons, beautiful life-like
models in wax; also many natural specimens preserved in alcohol.
FREE TO MEN
This museum Is in a distinct and superior class, above anything- here
tofore shown in Portland.
There -are over 800 pieces shown in this exhibit, and it is entirely
separate from our medical offices. It is Interesting and instructive to a
high degree. All men visiting Portland should see DR. TAYLOR'S
I do not eharnre for advice- examination or dtatraosta. If yon oaTl for a
private talk with me, you will mot be ara-ed to begin treatment. If isapoa4
slhle to call, write. Honrs, 9 A, M. to 9 P. M.j Sundays, lO to L
The DR. TAYLOR Co.
CORNER MORRISON AND SECOND STREETS.
PRIVATE ENTRANCE, 234 V4 MQRRISON STREET, PSRTLAHD, OR.
CAN GET A CHEAP, SPEEDY, LASTING CURE FROM ME
Not a Dollar Need Be Paid Until Benefited
FOR THE NEXT FEW DAYS
JTT FEES DURING THE ABOVE PERIOD WILL BE ONE-HALF OF
THAT CHARGED BY OTHER SPECIALISTS.
cured by absorption; no
pain. The enlarged veins
are due to mumps, bicy
cle or horsoback ridins;,
disease, etc. In time it
weakens a man mentally
as well as physically. We
will cure yon for life or
make no charge.
FOR A FEW
DAYS ONLY I
I CAN AND DO CURE FOREVER
Knotted Velss B Days
Obstructions . ............. .15 Days
Lost Vitality. SO Days
Blood Ailments 90 Days
To obtain these quick results you
must come to the office, as It cannot
be done by mail. Do not forsret this
fact, I always do as I advertise to do.
Scientific treatment only should
be used in combating this loath
some ailment. I cure Klood Dis
ease by Nuclue-Atoxyl Specific. I
introduce it into the blood, which
it reorganizes, neutralizing and ex
pelling: disease. My treatment
drives the taint out instead of
locking; it In. Don't wait until too
late. Be cured In time.
KIDNEY, BLADDER AND LIVER
With these diseases yon may have
more complications Oan are pre
sented by any other diseased organs.
By my searching: illumination of the
bladder I determine accurately the
disease and by microscopical exam
ination and urinalysis I make
doubly sure the condition of the
kidneys, thus laying: foundations
for scientific treatment.
WRITE TODAY. CONSULTATION FME1&.
MEDICINES FROM SLB9 TO aa.M A
The Oregon Medical Institute
2919s MORRISON STREET, PORTLAND, OREGON.
HOrRS A. M. TO 8 P. M. SUNDAYS, lO A. .M. TO IP.
SEPARATE PARLORS FOR PRIVACY.
Each Can- v
rsnle bears the (MinY)
The Leadtas; Specialist.
PAY WHEN CURED
There is no necessity
for surgical operations
in the treatment of
Varicose Veins. This ail
ment yields completely
to my mild and pain
less method, and results
are far better than were
ever attained by the
harsh and dangerous
practice of cutting. But
one week is required,
and seldom la it even
necessary to detain the
patient from his busi
In the treatment of
o b s t r u c tlons I have
again triumphed over
surgery. I employ an
original method by
w h 1 o h the obstructing
tissue is completely
diss olved. and all in
flammation and irrita
tion throughout the sys
tem expelled. No pain,
no cutting-, no dilating,
and a sure care in evary
TAINTED BLOOD, WEAKENED
NEJBVES, GLOOMY, HOPELESS.
FOREBODINGS, HAGGARD FACE
AND SUNKEN EYES
LACK OF VITALITY
cored in a few weeks. Im-
frovement from the start,
f you suffer from loss or
enersy and ambition, feel
tired when you arise in
the morning-, lame back,
dizziness, spots before
the eyes, and feel you are
not the man you once
were, we will cure you
NO INCI'RARI.E CASES
FOR A FEW
DAYS ONLY I
PILES AND FISTULA.
The sequelae of these afflictions
are distressing: nervous reflexes
and painful conditions. My treat
ment and success are the result of
years of experience. I cure Piles
without cutting-. I cure you with
out pain or detention from' busi
ness under g-uarantee.
C. Gee Wo
IKE CHINESE DOCTO
riilt rrett Chin
doctor ts well known
t Ala wondartal
.nd xnarTttlous euros.
a.ldd by L! hU
pa, Merita as tba
-!, tast of nia kind. Ha traat any
and all diaeaaaa with powerful CMnea
roots, licrbs and barks that ara antlraly
unknown to tho medical aclonoe of thta
country With these harmless remedies
be s-u-arentees to cure catarrh, asthma,
lunar trouble, rbeomatmsm. aervotuaeae,
atosxisvcli. liver smd kidney troubles, alee
privavte dleessns of men and womea,
Patients outside of city write for
blanks and circulars. Inclose 4o statna.
The C Gee Wo Medicine Co.
1BZV I-lrst St.. Near I