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THE MORNING OREGOXIAX, SATTTRDAT, JUXE 11, 1910.
TO BE CONVERTED
Owners of Three Schooners to
Tow Them Tandem From
Here to Bay City.
Southern Pacific Provides South
ward Cargo Through Big Pnr-
1 chase of Ties, and Portland
Buys 10,000 Tons Cement.
What is taken as an Indication that
the death knell of the oldtime sailing
vessel Is about to be sounded, when
they are relegated from the regular
coastwise trade on the Pacific, is- the
announcement that the firm of Olsen &
Mahony, of San Francisco, Is Inter
ested In the Ocean Barge & Tugboat
Company and will operate. the sailing
schooners Andy Mahony, Sea Home
and Oliver J. Olson in conjunction with
the barks Gerard C. Tobey and Annie
Turner, towing two schooners at a
time between Portland and San Fran
cisco. In that connection it was also made
known yesterday by V. J. Woodside,
president of the corporation, that con
tracts have been entered into by the
Southern Pacific for 20.000.000 feet of
fir ties to be transported to the Bay
City and Pan Pedro, and that the Ocean
Barge & Tugboat Company has entered
Into an agreement to transport 8,000,000
feet of them from Columbia River
points to the Golden Gate.
Northward the schooners and con
Verted barks will carry cement and as
phalt, and, as the demand for Califor
nia cement has rapidly grown until the
deliveries by water each month have
reached 10,000 tons, the company's ex
ecutives feel that they are assured of
continuous' business for at least two
years. The tie contract was closed by
Charles McCormick. of San Francisco,
and the delivery of 8.000,000 feet is to
fce made in four months.
The old bark Tobey will complete
discharging cement at Supple's dock
tonight and is to take on 1,000.000 feet
of ties at Rainier, St. Helens and other
Columbia River points. The Amie Tur
ner is held at the Bay City and will not
be started north until the Tobey is
loaded. When the three schooners are
placed in service, a regular, schedule
will be arrtinged. The barks were pur
chased outright ly the Ocean Barge &
Tugboat Company, and Captain AV. J.
MacLeod, of the Tobey, is a heavy
stockholder. The Tobey has a capacity
of ' 1.000,000 feet of lumber and the
.Turner about oOO.OOO feet.
Charles Nelson, a carpenter employed
ifcy Joseph Supple, found an old friend
Xsterday in the Tobey, as he shipped
as carpenter on her over 20 years ago
and assisted in her repairs when she
was collided with and sank in New
"York harbor. Another who knows her
well is Captain Blain, of the Oregon
drydock, who was mate on her 13 years
ago. Hie Tobey and Turner were in
the Hawaiian Island sugar trade for
years and as they were relegated when
steamers were pressed into that serv
ice, as the latter are now given prece
dence In the lumber trade, they were
placed on the market.
Farmers may nrx steamer
Vpper Willamette Finds Itself in
Xeed of Transportation.
In the- face of prospects that do not
augur speedy relief for growers on the
Upper Willamette between Newberg
and Salem, impetus has been given to
a movement for the chartering of an
Independent steamer of light draft to
ply on the river until the Government
renews its operations on the channel
end thereby provides a road of suffi
cient depth for the movement of the
Oregon City Transportation Company's
It was reported yesterday that Cap
tain Chllcott and others living between
Newberg, the present head of naviga
tion, and Wheatland, were negotiating
to secure the steamer Etna, now plying
on Lewis River. She is of light draft
and of a small capacity, approximating
about 10 tons deadweight.- The grow
ers are somewhat isolated from the rail
lines, and If the Southern Pacific is
patronized it means a heavy haul, or
If traffic is diverted to the Oregon
Klectrie, the teams must ferry across
Astoria Marine Notes.
ASTORIA, Or.. June 10. (Special.) The
Schooner Bangor arrived from San Fran
cisco today. She missed orders outside
. the bar to proceed to South Bend to load
lumber for a return. She sailed tonight.
The steam schooner Quiraiult sailed for
Pouth Bond today to load lumber for San
5edro. The rteiimer Elmore arrived late
last night from Tillamook with passen
gers and freight for Portland.
The steamer Shna Yak arrived today
Ifrom San Francisco with 6720 sacks of
cement for Portland and 20S0 sacks of ce
ment and 20 tons of freight for Astoria.
The schooner Irene arrived from San Pe-
Hro today for Portland to load lumber for
a return at up-river points.
The German steamer Wptan arrived to
iday from Puget Sound and will load lum
ber at Portland for the West Coast. The
lighthouse tender Armeria arrived today
Irom a cruise among the light stations on
The oil tank steamer Rosecrans ar
rived tonight from California with fue
oil for Portland.
Pilot Commissioners Make Trip.
ASTORIA. Or., June 10. (Special.) The
IBoard of Pilot Commissioners made a
trip on the tug Wallula to the pilot
grounds on the Columbia River bar this
fternoon. The ftate law provides that
the members of the Board shall make a
trip over the bar and pilotage grounds
every six months. They have just re
turned. No business was transacted.
Progress is being made in refitting the
Steamer Golden Gate, and she may get
away for Tillamook Monday evening.
Arrivals last night included the steamer
Shna Yak. which will discharge cement
at Mersey and Columbia No. 1, and then
go to Oak street.
Two windjammers crossed in yesterday
the schooner Irene, which will take
cargo at Stella, and the schooner Luzon,
which is to secure cargo at Prescott.
When the steamer Bear leaves her
berth this morning for- San Francisco,
her passenger list will number about 275.
while in her hold will be a cargo approxi
mating 2200 tons, of which bran forms a
In command of Captain Gregory the
lighthouse tender Armeria crossed in yes
terday from Seattle, where she has iteen
undergoing repairs. She will be loaded
POETLAND LEADS ENTIRE
" ' ' ,v
''tew "Qtcn. r-je:si
KMGHT OF THE
immediately with '"supplies for Alaskan
To havo her wheel repaired and undergo
an overhauling, the steamer Pomona, of
the Oregon City Transportation Com-
Due to Arrive.
Name. From tate.
Golden Gate. . . Tillamook. . . -In port.
Rose City San Francisco Indeft
Hue H. Elmore. Tillamook. ... In port
Breakwater. . . .Coos Bay June 11
Roanoke San Pedro... . .June 12
Beaver San Francisco June IS
Falcon San Francisco June , 16
Bear San Francisco June 19
Geo. W. Elder. .San Pedro June 19
Hercules. ...... Hon (ikons;. .June 0
Ryprja Hnmrkcng. . . .July 10
Selja Hongkong. . . .Aug;. 12
Scheduled to Depart.
Name. For Date.
Rose City San Francisco Indeft
Golden Gate. .. .Tillamook . June 10
Bear San Francisco June 11
SuffH. Elmore. Tillamook Juno 12
Breakwater. . . .Coos Bay June 13
Roanoke San Francisco June 14
Beaver San Francisco June IS
Falcon j ..San Pedro. . . . June 19
Geo. W. Elder. .San Pedro. . . .June 21
Henrlk Ibsen. . .Hongkong. ... June 26
Hercules .Hongkong. ...July 10
Rygja Hongkong. . . .July 30
Selja Hongkong. . . .Sept. a
pany's fleet, was hauled on the. ways
yesterday at the yards of the Portland
Movements of Vessels.
PORTLAND, June 10. Arrived Steamer
Sue 11. Elmore, from Tillamook; gasoline
schooner Oshkosh, from Yaquina; steamer
fhna Yak, from San Francisco; steamer
Catania, from San Francisco; steamer Rose- j
erans. from Gavlota. Sailed Steamer New- j
port, for Coquille; steamer J. A.. Chanslor, j
for San Francisco. !
Astoria, June 10. Condition at the mouth
of tbe river at 5 P. M., smoth; wind, north
west, 12 miles; weather, cloudy. Left up at
12:30 A. M. Steamer Elmore Arrived at
4:30 and left up at 7:30 A. M. Steamer
Shna Yak, from San Francisco. Left up at
4:30 A. M. Steamer Catania. Sailed at 5
A. M. Steamer Jim Butler, for San Fran
cisco, and steamer Qulnault, forx Raymond.
Arrived at 6 A. M. Schooner Bangor, from
San' Francisco. Arrived at 12 noon Schoon
er Irene, from San Pedro. Arrived at 2:15
P. M. and left up Steamer Rosecrans, from
Gaviota. Arrived at 4 P. M. Schooner Lu
zon, from Redondo.
San Francisco. June lO. Sailed at 6 A.
M Steamer Thomas L. Wand, for Portland.
Arrived at 9 A. M. Steamer George W. El
der, from Portland. Sailed at 3 A. M.
Steamer Nome City, for San Pedro.
San Pedro, June 10. Arrived Steamer
Daisy Mitchell, from Columbia River.
Point Reyes. June 10. Passed at 7 A. M.
Steamer Stanley Dollar, from Columbia
River, for San Pedro.
Tatoosh. June 10. Passed out at 7 A. M
German steamer "W'otan. from Victoria, for
Dublin. June 10. Arrived June S French
bark Francois, from Portland.
Honolulu. June 10. Sailed yesterday
British steamer St. Dustan, for Portland.
Heceta Head-, June 10. Passed yesterday
at 6 A. M. Tug Hercules with log raft in
tow, from Columbia River for San Diego.
San Francisco, June 10. Arrived Steamer
Chehalla. from Grays Harbor; Smith, from
Coos Bay; Flfleld, from Bandon; Geo. W. El
der, from AMorla; Burkman, from Seattle;
pohooner M. Turner, from Kahulul; steamer
Nippon Maru, from Hongkong. Sailed
Steamers Thomas L. Wand, for Astoria; G. C.
Lindauer. for Grays Harbor; Delhi, for Puget
S-und; Nome City, for Astoria; barkentine
John C. Meyer, for Grays Harbor; schooners
Aleieor, for Grays Harbor; Advent,' for Coos
Bay; lT. S. gunboats Wheeling and Petrel, for
Tacoma, Wash., June 10. Arrived Brit
ish steamer Waitemala, from Seattle; steam
er Admiral Sampson, from San Francisco;
steamer Seward, from Alaska.
Seattle, June 10. Arrived Steamer
Puebla. from San Francisco. Sailed Steam
er Governor, for San Francisco ; steamer
Santa Ana. for Ska g way : steamer Admiral
Sampson, for San Francisco.
Los Angeles. Cal., June 10. Arrived
Steamers Daisy Mitchell, from Knappton ;
Olympic, from Belllngham ; James S. Hig
gins. from Fort Bragg; Bandon. from Co
quille River. Sailed Steamers Santa Bar
bara, for Grays Harbor: Geo. W. Fen wick,
for Columbia River; V. H. Murphv, for
Eureka; Klamath. for Columbia River;
Claremont. for Aberdeen.
Glasgow, June 10. Sailed June S French
bark Amiral Cornulier. for Portland.
Tides at Astoria Saturday.
3:02 A. M S.S feet 10:16 A. M o.8 feet
4:53 P. M-...7.2 feet10:32 P. M....3-6 feet
FIVE-CENT FARE WILL HOLD
Judge Shakleford Decides In Favor
or Tacoma Suburbanites.
TACOMA, June 10. Judge John A.
Shackleford, of the Superior Court,
handed down an opinion this afternoon,
holding the settlement ordinance with
the Tacoma Railway & Power Company,
made under the Campbell administration
some years ago, is valid, and that 5
cents must be the fare anywhere within
the city limits, and that when the city
limits are extended the 5-cent fare goes
This is a victory for the Fern Hill
residents who have been contending for
a 6-cent fare since the annexation to
the city last November.
Thf Vnttffd states built 3794 mile
railroads last year and. Canada 14S7.
GLOBE IN RE CO ED LUMBER CARGO CARRIED BY ONE BOAT
GARTER, WHICH CARRIES NEARLY
RECORD CARGO GOES
Steamer Knight of the Garter
BIG CRAFT DRAWS 25 FEET
Steamer Will Start Today for Orient
AVlth 4,950,000 Feet of Immber
Stowed in Hold and on- Deck.
All Records Are Broken.
AH world records for lumber cargoes
have been broken by the British steamer
Knight of the Garter, which sails from
Portland at 6 o'clock this morning, bound
for the Far East, for she has stowed in
her hold and on deck a total of 5,023,000
feet of Oregon fir that exceeds by at least
1,000,000 feet the biggest load carried out
of this port previously.
The desire to give the Knight of the
Garter quick dispatch also actuated her
charterers in clearir.g her early yesterday
through the Cu3tom-House and her mani
fest shows but 4,5'JO.OOO feet, worth J69.040,
but the Eastern & Western mill, which
supplied the material, estimated the total
later at the amount mentioned.
Captain C. X. Flnnis. her master, has
arranged for the Port of Portland to
have a steamer alongside soon after 5
o'clock this morning and with Pilot Harry
Eknpkin on the bridge she will swing into
the stream drawing 25 feet of water. At
Astoria she will be met soon as she
arrives down and a bar pilot will board
her for sea. From the Columbia River
the big tramp will head for Nanaimo,
B. C, to replenish her bunkers and then
shape her course for the Orient, her first
port being Tsintau, the second Taku and
the third Shanghai.
Since January 1 there have been 21 off
shore cargoes cleared from Portland, giv
ing a total in January of 2,269,000 feet;
February, 13,743,000 feet; March, 13,796.000
feet; April, 7.058.000 feet and May 7,168,000
The steamer Oceano, which departed
May 2, 1905, had aboard 3.S06,539 feet, but
there were a number of other large ones,
the Strathgyle, leaving May 16, 1908, hav
ing had 3.784,915 feet; the Bessie Dollar,
February 6, 1910, with 3,535.905 feet; Falls
of Orchy, February 14, with 3.582,000 feet,
and the Inverkip, with 3,641,669.
The British steamer Tottenham, which
made two voyages from this port with
lumber, was regarded a3 a large carrier
and on the occasion of her departure.
May 23, 1907, had aboard 3,775,267 feet,
while the Mathilda, sailing March 16, 1907
had 3,687,881 feet.
The Knight of the Gaiter takes rank
over her predecessors ;n the matter of
size, as she has a length of 456 feet.
beam of 66.2 feet and depth of hold of
BIG SIIOAli IX UPPER HARBOR.
Supple Asks Port of Portland to Im
prove Channel at Morrison Bridge.
Complaint was yesterday made to the
Port of Portland Commission by JoseDh
Supple, who conducts a shipyard at the
loot or Kast Morrison street, that a bar
has formed in the channel south of the
Morrison-street bridge pier and that
deep-sea vessels discharging at his dock
are unable to reach the berth unless
Nature In her wisdom and beneficence has provided, In her great vegetable
kingdom, a cure for most of the ills and ailments of humanity. Work and study
have perfected the compounding of these botanical medicines and placed them at
our disposal. We rely on them first because of their ability in curing disease,
snd next because we can use them with the confidence that such remedies do not
injure the system as do the strong mineral concoctions. Among the very best of
these botanical preparations is S. S. S.. a medicine made entirely of roots, herba
and barks in such combination as to make it the greatest of all blood purifiers
and safest of all tonics. It does not contain the least particle of harmful
mineral to injuriously affect any of the delicate parts of the system. 8. S. 3.
cures Rheumatism, Catarrh, Sores and Ulcers, Scrofula, Malaria, Skin Diseases;
Contagious Blood Poison, or any blood affection or disease even reaching down
and cleansing the circulation of all inherited blood troubles. As a tonic S S S
is unequaled. It builds up the system in the proper way, by purifying the blood
and supplying a sufficient amount of vigor and nourishment to the body. If yon
are suffering with any blood trouble, or are in any way run-down in health, you
could not do better than take S. S. S. a purely botanical blood remedy. It cures
without ever leaving any unpleasant or injurious effects. It is perfectly safe for
young or old. Book on the blood free to all who write.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO- ATLANTA. OA.
- --irr. in,, llJmJ
they are headed nearly to the Madison
street bridge before swinging.
Mr. Supple proposes to bulkhead his
dock In the .event the commission will
order the road deepened, so that the
material can be disposed of there, and
later he will have his entire holdings
tilled with dredged gravel and sand so
that he can utilize ' It for permanent
Tramp Steamers Head This Way.
Next of the tramo lumber" ojirriem
to enter the river will be the German
steamer Wotan, which put out of Vic
toria yesterday and Is due to begin
working today at the Northern cPaclfic
mill if she arrives in time. The steamer
St. Dunstant also sailed from Honolulu
and is expected off the bar In 10 days.
She is to load an Australian cargo, part
of which will be secured on the Sound.
The British steamer Strathtay Is about
loaded at St. Helens, and the last -of
next week the Norwegian steamer Sark
will be ready to sail from Inman-Poul-sen's.
G000 HUM OF LIVESTOCK
PRICES HOLD THEIR OWX AT
Cattle arid Sheep Are Fairly Firm,
While Hogs Are Weak Cattle
The run of livestock at the yards yester
day -was a grain good. The quality of some of
the offerings was against them, which ac
counts for the prices realized, but in general
the market showed no material difference In
Its tone from the day before. The cattle
market shows a fairly firm tone, aa does the
sheep market, while hogs are - easy all
Receipts for the day were 207 cattle, 15
calves, 1242 sheep and 21 mules.
Shippers of the stock were C. G. Brook,
of Berry, Cal., one car of cattle; C. H.
Vehrs &. Son, of Lebanon, one car of cattle
and calves;. Murphy Horse & Mule Company,
of Portland, one car of mules; Prank M.
Wlen. of Durham. Cal.. three ears of r-nttiA
F. J. Haugh, of Durham. Cal.. three cara of
cattle; C. Taylor, of Halsey, two cars of
sheep; L. E. West, of Oakland, four cars of
aneep; r . vv. wiiuams, or Junction City, one
car of cattre and sheep, and J. S. Flint, of
junction jity, two cars of sheep.
The day's sales were as follows:
14 cows i 7.-i5 $4.70
1 steer 00 3.75
4 steers 10X2 4.50
7 steers H78 5.H5
1 staff 150O 4.O0
IulI lino 3.r0
70 hogs ; . . . 222 9.50
Prices quoted on the various classes of
stock at the yards yesterday were as fol
lows: Beef steers, good to choice Cal
ifornia 9 5.75 $ 5.80
Beef steers, gcod to choice
Eastern Oregon and Valley.. 5. AO 5 75
Beef steers, fair to medium, .V 4.25(b) 4.75
Cows and heifers, good to
choice 4.25 5.00
Cows and heifers, fair to me-
dium 8.73 4.50
Bulls .00 m 4.00
Stags a. 50 5.00
Calves, light 5.75 6.75
Calves, heavy 4.00 6-00
Hors. top 9.50 9.60
Hojts, fair to medium 8.40 9.15
Sheep, best wethers 4.50 - 4.75
Sheep, fair to best wethers.... 4.00 4.25
Bheep, best ewes 4.00 4.50
Lambs, choice 5.50 6 00
Lambs, fair .' 4.76 6.25
Eastern Livestock Markets.
CHICAGO. June lO. Cattle Receipts es
timated at 2O00: market, strong. Beeves,
$5.S08.75; Texas steers, $5.357.30; West
em steers. $5 5O7.S0: stockers and feeders.
$4.00.50; cows and heifers, $2.907.15;
calves, $6.50 9.
Hogs Receipts estimated at 19.000; mar
ket, 5c lower. Light. $ft.459-70; mixed,
$9.45 9.70; heavy. $9.409.75; rough. $9.40
0.5O; good to choice heavy. $9.50 0.7O-;
pigs. $9.25 9.60; bulk of sales, $9.55 9. 63.
Sheep Receipts estimated at 6000; mar
ket, strong. Native, $3.506; W'estem, $3.75
Xf SfA A7V7 I
COYEY MOTOR CAR CO.
S.T.ntK mod Coach Su.
A.10: yearlings. $.507.60: lambs, native.
$5.75(gS.90; Western, $t.507.10.
KANSAS CITY. .Tune 10. Reeelots. 2000:
market, steady. Native steers. S.V30&8.50:
native cows and heifers, $3,25 6 7.00; stock
ers and feeders. $4.2Ti6.40; bulla. $4(5 6-5;
calves, $4.508.75: Western steers, (5.50
8.15; Western cows, $4B.50.
.nogs receipts, vouo; market, weak to oo
lower. Bulk of sales. $9.356r9.45; heavy,
$9.4O9.50: packers and butchers. tt.H5&
9.50; light. 9.30i.45; pigs. $9.15.
neep rteceipts. oouu; market, steady. Mut
tons. 4.506: lambs. S7.5O4i9.50: fed wethers
and yearlings. $57.55; fed Western ewes, $4.50
OMAHA. June 10. Cattle Reeelots. 600:
market, active to strong. Native steers. $5.50
68.25: cows and he 1 fere. 3.50a.75: Western
steers, $3.75?r7; cows and heifers. $2.755.75;
canners, s. stocKers and feeders. $3.75
41.25; calves, $47.75; bulls, stags, etc.. $4?f.
Hugs Receipts. 7hOO; market, 5c lower.
Heavy, $9.3o(9.37 ; mixed, $9.32 9.35;
liKht. $9.359.40: nlirs, $&&9: bulk of miIm
neep receipts. 3w; maritet steady.
Yearlings, $5.756.75; wethers, $5atJ.30; ewes.
$5.25&ti.5u; lambs, $7.251S.75.
6AJT FBANCISCO QUOTATIONS.
Produce Prices Current In the Bay City
SAN" FRANCISCO. June lO. The follow
ing prices wer current In the produce
Butter Fancy creamery, 2Sc : creamery
seconds. 27c; fancy dairy, 26c.
Cheese New. 13V44il4c; young America.
14 & 16 He.
Egga Store, zsfcc; fancy ranch, 21 g.
Poultry Roosters, old, 15 5.50: roosters.
young, $8 10; . broilers, small, $2.253;
broilers, large, s.aues4: xryers. e.su:
hens, $5 10 ; ducks, old, $6 7 ; ducks.
Vegetables Cucumbers, 75c $2.25; gar
lic. 34c; green peas, $1&1.75; string
beans, 6c; asparagus, 75c $1.50; toma
toes, 75c $1; eggplant. 4 6c.
srrutt Apples, cnoice, ouc : apples com
mon. 35c; bananas, 75c $3; Mexican limes.
$o.oO7 ; (Jaurornia lemons, cnoice, $1.5
4; oranges, navels, $1.50 3.25; pineapples,
$2. 60 3. 50.
Millsturu Bran, 923 24 ; middlings, $28
Hay Wheat, $1216.50: wheat and oats.
$9 15; alfalfa. $7.50 11; stock $6 7;
straw, per bale. 40 65c.
Hops California crop, 12 g 14c
Receipts Flour. 4194 Quarter sacks:
wheat, 3S0 centals ; barley. 6073 centals ;
oats, 1170 centals; beans, 224 sacks; corn.
5 centals; potatoes, 3105 sacks; bran, 735
sacks; middlings, 250 sacks; hay, 410 tons;
wool, 105 bales; hides, 11.O00.
Dried Fruit at New York.
NEW YORK, June 10. Evaporated apples
quiet and steady on the spot. Fancy, 10 44
10c; choice, 88c; prime, 77Hc;
common to fair, 6&5c.
Prunes inactive but firm; California up
to 3O-40S, 38c; Oregons, 49c.
Apricots quiet but firm; choice, 1010c;
extra choice, 10 11 c; fancy, 11 4
Peaches dull but steady; choice, 6
6 c ; extra choice, 7 7 4 c ; fancy, 7 44
Raisins quiet and steady; loose muscatels,
35c; choice to fancy seeded, 4
6c; seedless, 34c; London layers,
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cialist. Why Is this so? Simply because my reputation for cures has
stood the test of years. There are no extra fees for complicated cases.
1 ou may have one or a dozen ailments the price is the same. I have a
special treatment for each ailment I treat. A patient remarked in my
reception parlors: "Doctor, I do not see how you can give such thorough
and painstaking treatment and devote so much care and attention to
each patient for such a very low fee." I replied: "My profit lies in the
large number I cure every year."
Many cases accepted for less than 10 now.
His Special Low Fees Will Interest You Now
T 1 i i..
Not A Dollar Need Be Paid
COXSILTATIOS FREE MY
YOU NOTHING. I cheerfully giv
years of successful practice. My
tonics that stimulate temporaril
for the removal of conditions res
Call if you can. Write today
not call. No business address o
packages. Medicines from $1.50
tory. Hours from 9 A. M. to 8 P.
ST. LOUIS MEDICAL GO.
239V2 Yamhi'J Street
SEEK EXPERT MEDICAL AID NOW
I do not care what your experience has been with other treatments,
what guarantees you have, and what promises were unfulfilled in the
past as unsuccessful, unscientific treatment and unreliable concerns
are in no way a reflection upon honest, trustworthy business methods
lived up to by me for twenty-five years. I have an established repu
tation and my guarantee' means that my patients are indisputably in
sured of success in their cape. There is all the difference in the
world between a guarantee of this kind and the promises of those
mushroom concerns which are continually failing in business. I repeat
my straightforward, square proposition to wait for my fee until the
cure is effected.
I not only thoroughly, cure my patients,
but I am usually able to effect a cure in less
than half the time most physicians require to
produce even partial results. Were I lacking
in knowledge pertaining to my specialty I
wouhi never have attained my present suc
cess, nor would I today be recognized as. the
leading specialist treating men's ailments. I
ask you to call at my office and talk with me
about your case. Examination and consulta
tion will cost you nothing, and I will explain
to you my methods of curing.
Varicose Veins, Contracted Ailments,
Files and Specific Blood Poison, I treat and
never fail to effect a cure.
My Cures Are Thorough and
I WILL WAIT FOR MY FEE
UNTIL YOU ARE WELL
If you cannot call, write for diagnosis chart. My offices are open
all day from 9 A. M. to 9 P. M., and Sundays from 10 to 1.
The DR. TAYLOR Co.
2342 Morrison Street, Corner Second, Portland. Oregon.
. BINO CBOOAG, CHINESE IXKTTOR.
1334 First St..
room 11. nd 223 V4
Vlder St. CulneM
Koot and Herb
Liver and Kidney
of men and worn
285 Flanders SU
L. T. YEE
THE CHINESE DOCTOR
Tee e Son's Medicine Co. spent
lifetime study of herbs and re
search In China; was granted
diploma by the Emperor; won
derful cure of all ailments of
men and women when others
tailed. If you suffer, call or
write to TEE SON'S MEDI
CINE CO., 1424 First. Cor.
Alder. Portland. Or.
ana itsttnp comfort
8 a rati toed' by using
It rc4u.cee swelling, stop
rrtotl o d anil 1 rrl UUoo and
keeps the shoes 1 n shape.
OvertAO.000 sufferer brn-
v u cted . r s tb I J w
will send thJs sore
u 8and",B "" days trlaL Be pay If
Itmc nscflga ro. co.. St.. siLwrtRir, vn
lonnr Mlns; Chinese
.UedlcLne Co. Wonderful
remedies from herbs and
roots cure all diseases of
men and women. Honest
treatment. No operations.
We cure when others fail.
Hundreds of testimonials
from sjrateful patients.
Consultation free. 247 Tay
lor st.. bet. 2d and 8d.
or ulcerations of all mu
cous membranes, unnatu
ral discharges from nose.
Mar raver throat or urinary organs
iTETO CWalCe. - $0& fey Druggists
or la plain 'wrapper, ex
press prepaid, on receipt
of $ U or tb ree bottles. $.75
Booklet on req ue&t. "
Motberslu'a Remedy quickly cares sea or train
sickness. Guaranteed safe and harmless. SOo and
1 .00 box. Al 1 druKtrleta or direct from Motfcer
aiu Bemedr Co., 318 Clelasd Blag., Setroit,Mlcl.
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SP!l.'.l. '. a-SBBBi
r a. v
m MTbm mnadr for I
Irr- f?t Catarrh. CaldaU
x cuiictjuiruie my lacumes on a
single line of ailments. I treat
Varicose Veins, Hernia, Kidney
and Bladder Ailments, Files, Blood
and Skin Ailments and their AL
LIED AILMENTS. I am certainly
prepared to cure by experience and
equipment, which are the keystones
to success. I have the best-equipped
medical office in the city.
Contact with many patients has
given me practical knowledge. I
have records to show that I have
treated more cases in my specialty
than any other specialist in the
A few hours or days under my
treatment - may add years and
health to your life. If you are
suffering from any ailment I will
examine you free. Every man
should tke this opportunity to
learn his true condition.
HONEST AND CANDID ADVICE COSTS
e you the very best opinion, guided by
cures are permanent and lasting. No
y, but thorough, scientific treatment
ponslble for functional derangement,
for self-examination blank if you can
r street number on my envelopes or
to $6.50 a course from our own labora
M. daily. Sundays from 10 to 12.
The LeaibiK Specialist.
COME TO ME
AND BE CURED SSgS
PAY WHEN CURED
MV FEB FOB A CURB 1ST XJ.VCOMPLI
CATKD CASES IS 910.
I cm an expert specialist, have bad
SO years' practice in tbe treatment of
ailments of men. My offices are tb
best equipped In Portland. My meth
ods are modern ana up - to - uate. My
cures are quick and oositive. I do not
treat ymptoma atu paten up. 1 thor
oughly examine eacn case, find . th.
cause, remove it ana tbus cure the ali
ment. I CURE;. Varicose Vein. Contracted
Ailments, Piles and Specific Blood Pol.
son and all Ailment, of Men.
CUKE OR 1VO PAY I am the only
Specialist in Portland who makes no
chars;, unless the patient la entirely
satisfied with the results accomplished
and who elves a written roarantee to
refund every dollar paid for services
if a complete and permanent cure la not
SPECIAL AILMENTS Newly con
tracted and chronic cases cured. All
burning:. itching and Inflammation
stopped In 24 hours. Cures effected in
seven days. Consultation free. If un
able to call write for liat of questions.
Office hours 9 A. M. to 0 P. M. Sun
days. 10 A. M. to 1 P. M. only.
128 V4 Second St.. Corner of Alder.
V"ynN Y Is a deceptive disease
thousands have it
TRflllRI F and don't know it. If
vvyUL)L.ti you want Kood results
you can make no mistake by using- Dr.
Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great kid
ney remedy. At druggists in fifty cent
and dollar sizes. Sample bottle by mall
free, also pamphlet telling you how to
find out if you have kidney trouble.
Address, Dr. Kilmer co.,Blnsaa4n.ton.N. Y.