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TIIE MORNING OREGONIAN, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29, 1910.
Little Stealer Chester Can
not Reach Toledo Though
Draft Is One Foot.
FUNDS TO IMPROVE READY
Falling Waters Close Three Streams
to Portland Shippers Within
Month and Will Xot Be Re
opened Vntll Fall.
Finding it impossible to operate on
& draft of 12 inches, the Kellogg- Trans
portation Company has determined to
discontinue running the steamer
Chester on the Cowlitz River until Fall.
That Is the third river territory closed
to Portland merchants during the past
month, the first having been the Wil
lamette River above Kewberg, and the
eecond the Snake River, in the Ripar'a
In the rivers and harbors bill a joint
appropriation of $34,000 is included for
the improvement of the Cowlitz and
Lewis rivers, and it is expected that
operations on those fetreams will begin
ashortly, but as deeper water is not ex
pected until late in the season, shippers
have no hope that dredging that can
be done will aid them before a natural
rise in the stream makes the re
opening of navigation possible.
The Chester, while one of the smallest
eteamers In the Northwest and a light
carrier, is an important craft in the
Cowlitz country, for she connects at
Kelso with, the steamer Joseph Kellogg
and affords residents along the stream
a. direct means of reaching the metrop
olis personally and with their products.
She is operated as far as Toledo and,
while the Kellogg will continue to ply
to Kelso, freight cannot be received
with any promise of delivery beyond
that point. The last trip of the craft
will be made today and she will be tied
bp at Kelso tomorrow.
CLARK IS PURSER OX BEAVER
Pacific Mall Man Tlre of Monotony
of Trans-Pacific Runs.
Fresh from the trans-Pacific liner Si
beria, of the Pacific Mail fleet. W. K.
Clark has accepted the billet of purser
on the steamer Beaver, of the Portland
Ban Francisco Harriman coterie, succeed
ing 'Jimmie" Byrnes, who. after over
20 years in the same service, has a
(treater love for . the steamer Rose City
than for the new clippers, the Bear and
Mr, Clark was on the Siberia when she
made her record-breaking voyage across
the Pacific with the late E. H. Harri
man, as a passenger. As the Beaver is
to be the pioneer of the new San Pedro
Portland schedule. Mr. Clark preferred
the coast run to long trips to the Orient,
and the exchange was made at a time
when Mr. Byrnes sought a transfer so
he could rejoin his old shipmates. Cap-
cam Mason and others on the Rose City,
tWO LOG RAFTS BREAK IrOOSE
Booms Start Sown Columbia, but
lilghtkeeper Gives Warning.
Two big loft rafts, which were in
Hayden's Slough waiting to be milled
Into lumber, gained their freedom yes
terday afternoon through some freak
ish turn of the current, and started on
their way seaward. They presented
such a menace to navigation as they
drifted past the llghtkeeper's station
at the mouth of the Willamette that he
at once notified local steamboatmen
and means were provided to recover
- As the confiscation of logs In a
Etream is no longer permissible, be
cause of a law that recognizes no strays
when the owner's mark is applied, no
fear was- entertained that the logs
iwould prove a financial loss, but there
was a likelihood a second towing ex
pense would be encountered In return
ing them to captivity.
3CXE SHIPMENTS ARE HEAVY
2So Additional Lumber Vessels Will
June will close the cereal year with
h. total for the month of six foreign
lumber cargoes, aggregating 14,537,178
feet and valued at $177,641.50. While
the Eir will probably finish Monday
at the Portland mill and the Coulsdon
will complete her load next week at
Inman-Poulsen's, there will be no more
offshore lumber cargoes to be dis
patched this month.
Two Oriental cargoes have been sold
,his month for Summer loading, and
lit Is' probable that both steamers will
(he named before the week ends. The
Saint Dunstan, loading In the lower
river, will get away next week, but
the bark Pactolus and the Italian ship
Tvlnfa will be here most of next month.
Steamers Ride Out Gale.
Both the steamers Cascoe and Qui
nault reached the harbor yesterday from
the Bay City after tustling all the way
up the coast with strong northwest
winds, which held them back materially.
and. while at times the force of the blow
almost reached proportions of a gale,
officers of the craft report that no dam
age was done. In the same weather was
the big liner Beaver and despite the ad
verse conditions, she not only covered
herself with glory In besting the steamer
President, but demonstrated her tre-
menduous reserve power by crossing in
Craft Has Lightest Draft.
That she is the lightest draft vessel
of her length in the world is the asser
tion of Harry Young regarding a gaso
line craft he has launched on the Snake
River and which is to ply between
American Falls and Blackfoot. She
lias a length of 75 feet and as launched
drew two and a half inches, while, with
!her machinery aboard, it is estimated
she will sink but five inches. The dis
tance between the points is 70 mile:
and a round trip will be made every 48
hours. The boat is the first power
Vessel on that stretch or the stream.
' Tillamook Steamers Have Rush.
More cargo was yesterday offered for
Tlllajnook than could be handled, and
several lots were left here when the
steamers Golden Gate and Sue H. Elmore
Meparted last evening. Passenger travel
to the bustling coast harbors holds up
well. The gasoline sloop Condor departed
tor Yaquina, while the Wilhelmina ar
Inland Kmpire to Be Overhauled.
Captain Buchanan, superintendent of
he Open River Navigation Company,
yesterday issued orders through which
the steamer Twin Cities, which was
taken off the Snake River run a few
days ago, will succeed the steamer In
land Empire, operating between Pasco,
Kennewlek and Priest Rapids, while
the latter is overhauled at Celilo. The
Twin Cities was thoroughly gone over
last year and is in no need of attention
Seamen's Friends to Entertain.
A concert will be given this evening
at the Seamen's Friend Society, Third
and Flanders streets. The following
programme will be given: Soprano
solo. Miss ComDton: tenor solo, Mr.
Boniface; soprano solo. Miss Eva Wells;
reading. Miss Delia Bradley; soprano
solo, Ruth Gunn; bass sole. Ralph Lee;
soprano solo. Miss Jean MSiier; Dan
tone. A. D. Stewart. There will also
be vocal and instrumental numbers" by
some of the sailors now In port. The
concert begins at 8 o'clock.
T artonmninilfl vnirsionf StS. the
steamer Bailev Gatzert will not leave for
The Dalles July 4. but is to make the
run to the Cascades on the same schedule
as Sunday". '
Another big passenger list is expected
.v.A etAomAi Tt nu nnkp which Sails
tonight on her new schedule for San
Pedro. Thr time of Her departure nas
been fixed for 6 o'clock.
Watched by her builders and admirers,
the new steamer E. G. Bateman took her
BTEAMLEK INTELLIGENCE. .
Due to Arrive.
Mams. From Date.
Hercules. ..... .Hongkong. ...m port
Roanoke. ......San Pedro In port
Beaver. ....... San Francisco In - port
Falcon ..Ban Francisco June 27
Breakwater. ...Coos Bay. .... July 2
Geo. W. Elder.. Ban Pedro July 3
Golden Gate. ...Tillamook. ... July 3
Sue H. Elmoro. Tillamook. ... July 3
Bear San Francisco July 4
Rygja . . Hongkcng. ... July 10
Rose City. ..... San Francisco July 11
BeUa Hongkong.... Aug. 12
Scheduled to Depart.
Name. For Data
Roanoke. ..... .San Francisco June 29
Falcon. ....... San Francisco July 1
Beaver San Francisco July 2
Breakwater Coos Bay July 4
Sue H. Elmore. Tillamook. ... July 5
Golden Gate. .. Tillamook. ... July 5
Geo. W. Elder. . San Pedro. .. .July tt
Bear San Francisco July ' 7
Hercules. ..... .Hongkong. . . .July 10
Hygja. ........ San Francisco July 12
SeIJa Hongkong. .. .July 80
Rose City. ... ..Hongkong. .. .Sept.
Initial plunge yesterday afternoon, as
she slid from the cradle at the yards of
the St. Johns Shipbuilding Comapny. .
Finding insufficient material at St.
Helens with which to complete her load,
the big steam schooner Nann Smith ar
rived up last night and went to the
Eastern & Western mill to finish. The
steamer Northland, working at Rainier,
will return to the harbor today.
"Bill," cook, deckboy, purser, steward
and having a few other titles aboard the
gasoline craft Condor,, which left last
night with Pilot Bailey at the wheel, is
a favorite with the latter, who yesterday
entertained visitors at the pilots' office
with a recital of "Bill's" proficiency In
the culinary department.
Movements of Vessels.
PORTLAND. June 28. Sailed Steamer
Breakwater, for Coos Bay: a-asoline sloop
Condor, for Yaquina; steamer Quinault, for
wiuipa Harbor; steamer sue H. Elmore,
for Tillamook; steamer Golden Gate, for Til
lamook. Arrived Steamer Qulnault. from
San Francieco; steamer Sascoe, from San
Francisco; steamer Rosecrans, from San
Francisco; steamer Washtenaw, from San
Francisco; steamer Geo. R. Vosburg, from
Kehalem; gasoline schooner Wilhelmina,
Astoria. June 28. Condition at the mouth
of the river at 6 P. M-. smooth: wind.
northwest, 8 miles; weather, clear. Arrived
and left up during the night Steamer Geo.
R,. "Vosburg, from Nehalem. Arrived down
during the night ana sailed at :30 A. M
Steamer Tahoe. for Aberdeen. Left up at
:ao A. M. steamer Kosecrans. Arrived at
6 and left ud at 7 A. M. Siteamer wash
tenaw. from Port San Luis. Arrived down
and sailed at 6 P. . M. Steamer Breakwater,
for Coos Bay.
San Francisco. June 28. sailed at 9 A.
M. Tug Herculese. for Columbia River, and
steamer Maverick, for Portland. Sal-led last
night steamer Falcon, for Portland. .
Eureka. June 28. Sailed at 3 P. M.
Steamer Eureka, for Portland.
Penag. June 24. Sailed Odomenus. lor
New York. June 28. Arrived Rvndam.
from Rotterdam. Sailed Kronprinz wil-
heim, for Bremen; Rotterdam, for Rotter
Yokohama. June 26. Sailed Oceano. for
Victoria; June 25 Sailed Bellerophon, for
San Francisco, June 28. Arrived Steam
UNITED RAILWAYS NOW BUSILY ENGAGED IN COMPLETING LINKS BETWEEN PORTLAND AND COAST.
MAP SHOWS ROUTE OP UNITED RAILWAYS LINE FROM PORTLAND TO BAY CITY" LINE COMPLETED TO BURLINGTON IT CONSTRUC
TION FROM BURLINGTON TO GLENCOE BIDS ASKED FOR ROAD WORK FROM GLENCOE TO BAY CITY.
ers Saginaw, from Willapa: Charles Nelson,
from Everett; Willapa. from Grays Harbor;
Buckman. from Seattle: Wilhelmina, from
Honolulu: Waltemata, from Puget Sound.
Sailed Steamers Siberia. for Hongkong;
tug Herculeles. for Astoria: Maverick, for
Portland; Queen, for Victoria; Elizabeth, for
Han-.burg June 26. Arrived Pennsylvania,
from New "York.
Glasgow, June 28. Arrived Furnessla,
from New York.
Liverpool. June 26. Arrived Mauretania,
from New York.
Tacoma, June 28. Arrived British bark
Almora, from Seattle; steamer Santa Ana,
from Alaska; steamer Admiral Sampson,
from Seattle. Departed German steamer
Wotan, for Eagle Harbor.
Seattle. June 28. Arrived Japanese
steamer Tamba. Maru. from Tacoma: steam
ship City of I'uejla. from Sound ports;
British ship Dalgonar. from Newcastle,
England: steamer Northland, from Sitka.
Sailed Steamer Harold Dollar, for Belllng
ham; British, bark Almora, for Tacoma;
steamer Admiral Sampson, for Sound ports;
steamer City of Puebla. for San Francisco;
steamer Dolphin, for Skagway.
Tides at Astoria Wednesday. -High.
5:17 A. M (1.9 feetll:44 A. M 1.2 feet
6:22 P. M 7.8 feetl
Wasco to Consider Assembly.
THE DALLES. Or., June 28. Spe
cial.) The chairman of the Republican
county central committee, J. M. Pat
terson, has called a meeting for July
5 to consider the assembly plan for
Wasco County. Whether a county tick
et will be nominated will also be de
cided at this time.
Than the average suit at this price are the
special values we now have on sale at
About 500 suits in the lotserges and fancy
mixtures, cassimeres and worsteds. Better
values cannot be obtained at this price.
Ask to see our $30, $35 and $40 Men's
Suits which are now on sale at - - - -
BIDS GALLED FOR
ROAD TO BAY CITY
United Railways, Hill Line,
Plans Construction Work
PORTLANDERS HURRY WORK
Porter Bros. Get Contract to Build
1 1 Miles of Track From Burling
ton to Glencoe, and Also Tun
nel Contractors Asked.
FEATURES OF WORK BEING
DONE BY tITKI RAILWAYS
Bids have been asked for construc
tion of line from Glencoe to Bay
City, 58 mile.
Contract let to Porter Bros, from
Burlington -to Glencoe, 11 miles.
Contract let to Westing-house Elec
tric Company for electrical and sub
Mt. Calvary road rsady for traffic
Inside four months and will be fin
ished within 80 days.
Bids have been requested by the
United. Railways Company for the
construction of the line from Glencoe
to Bay City, a distance of 66 miles.
The Invitations were not made public,
but certain contractors have , been
asked to bid.
As this stretch is the hardest on the
road, involving the heavy work on the
Wilson River, It will be Impossible for
construction to be completed under 18
months or two years. The contract
will not be let until the return from
the East of John F. Stevens, president
of the road.
The contract for the construction of
11 miles from Burlington to Glencoe,
including the big 3000-foot tunnel
under the Portland Hills, was re
cently let to Porter Bros., who have
an immense force at work. Porters
now have a force of over 160 teams,
several bridge crews and a couple of
steam shovels at work, and intend to
force the Job to a rapid conclusion.
Westinghouse Gets Contract
As evidencing the Intention of the
road to get down to hard work, the
contract was let yesterday to the
Westinghouse Electric Company for
the sub-stations' equipment This In
cluded the electrical equipment in
general for the road, motor-generator
sets and the equipment for the sub
stations along the line.
Further work is being done on the
Mount Calvary line, and within three
months this road will be completed and
ready for traffic An enormous force
has been strung out along the 2 -mile
route to the Catholic cemetery, and.
while no definite promises are made,
it Is considered safe to state that cars
will be running there within the period
of four months.
Indications are present in all the
work being conducted by the road that
there is a tremendous impetus behind
all construction - and prospective con
struction work. Although no state
ments can be obtained at the offices of
the company. It is known that the sur
veys to Tillamook and Bay City were
completed last week. There are five
large engineering: camps strung out
along the right of way, and it is the
intention of the force to go over and
check their previous estimates.,
Several Contractors Bid.
Among the contractors asked to bid
on the last stretch of the United Rail
ways line to the coast were: Porter
Bros., Portland; H. C. Henry, Seattle
(the two contractors building the Ore
gon Trunk Railway) ; Grant Smith,
Spokane: Caughren & Woldsen, Spo
kane: "Pat" Welch, Spokane; Donald
Grant, Montana; Winston & Co.,
It is expected that several weeks
will be consumed in making their ex
amination of the line, as part of the
route offers tremendous difficulties to
the traveler, and close inspection will
From the accompanying map of the
line to be taken. It can be seen the
road passes within half a mile of
Banks, said to be one of the most
flourishing small towns in Washing
ton County, crosses Gales Creek and
begins to run down . the water-grade
route of the Wilson River at mile
post 44. From this point to mile post
80, which is Bay City, the construction
is of the heaviest order. Many rail
road men have declared the difficul
ties almost insurmountable, but the
completion of the line will mean a
scenic road to the coast absolutely un
excelled for grandeur.
The road skirts Tillamook and con
tinues on to Bay City, the present
terminus. Whether, as Is considered
highly probable, it will continue north
to Garibaldi and on to the Nehalem, is
a matter of conjecture.
Trains Run Over Gap.
At present work trains are running
over Cornelius Gap, under which the
big ttonnel is being driven. Over 1000
feet of this tunnel have been com
pleted, and a large force is at work at
' With the enormous force now work
ing on this section of the line, said to
consist of about 1000 men, there is no
Question but that rapid construction
will be the order of the day. The
route lies through easy rolling country.
At present the road Is completed to a
point one mile west of Glencoe, but for
a considerable distance further tracks
suitable for work trains have been
More Rapid Work Planned.
On the Mount Calvary line, , upon
which depends the Stark-street fran
chise of the company, there is the same
indication of rapid work. ' This line
runs due west out on Washington
street and over Barnes road. From
that point to the cemetery the line is
as near due west as an engineer could
make it. Archbishop Christie has
i made a. number or requests to the
company to build tills line as rapidly
as possible, and it is in furtherance of
these requests that special expedition
will be made.
Despite the opposition on the part of
the Seventh-street residents, the United
Railways Company has asked for a
A LINIMENT FOR EXTERNAL USE.
One of the most valuable qualities of Mother's
Friend is that it safe-guards the future health of the
mother. It is a liniment to be anolierl externallw to
the body, the use of which lubricates the muscles
softens the glands and ducts, prevents lumps forming in the breasts,
and relieves the pain, nervousness, nausea, and other troubles from
which so many expectant mothers suffer. Where Mother's Friend
is used regularly it fits and prepares the system for an easy and
natural consummation of the term. Women who massage with this
great liniment are always saved much suffering when baby comes,
and recover more quickly, and without ill effects. Mother's Friend
is sold at drug stores. Write for our free book containing valuable
information for expectant mothers.
THE BRAD FIELD CO., ATLANTA, GA.
franchise on Seventh street from Stark
to Taylor and along Taylor to Front
street. This movement has been taken
at the insistent demand of the 150,000
passengers a month the Oregon Elec
tric Is landing at Jefferson - street
Officers of the company with which
the Oregon Electric is affiliated, de
clare it is a matter of fairness to these
passengers that they be landed In the
heart of the city.
MLITIA FACES DEFICIT
Washington -Guard Uses Money
Faster Than Appropriated.
OLTMPIA, Wash., June 28 (Special.)
Indications are that there will be an
other deficiency in the State Military
Department, in spite of the big Increase
in appropriations made by the last Leg
islature. For maintenance of the guard the
Legislature of 1905 appropriated $68,-
200. The next Legislature, 1907, ap
propriated J86.600. When the 1909
Legislature met it appropriated $61
810 to meet deficiencies, which was all
spent before the end of last July. Then
the regular session made a further ap
propriation of $60,000 for the current
two years, and the records in the office
of the State Auditor show the last cent
of this amount was drawn upon May
At the special session last Summer
the Legislature was Induced to make
an additional extra appropriation of
$36,680, making the aggregate for the
current two years of nearly $160,000,
and of this less than $25,000 remains
COAL BURNERS TO GO SOON
North Bank Digs Pit at Cliffs to
Supply Engines With Oil. ,
CLIFFS, Wash., June 28. (Special.)
Men and teams are now busily engaged
in excavating a circular hole 90 feet in
diameter and 14 feet deep In the rail
way yards near the roundhouse. A
cement foundation Is to be built therein
on which to erect a large oil tank 60
feet In diameter for the storage of
oil to supply the locomotives running
over tne worth Bank road after Sep
tember, 1910. At that time the old-time
coal burners will be discontinued and
the latest Improvements in the way of
oil burners Installed.
With the ten passenger trains and
numerous freight trains registering in
Cliffs every day, and the largely In
creased number of employes in the of
fices, roundhouse, repair shop and re
pair yards, the original inhabitants
have awakened to the fact that Cliffs
Is fast becoming a most important point
on the Spokane, Portland & Seattle
Railway between Vancouver and
Kennewlek. About two miles of addi
tional sidetrack has Just been built
alongside the yards.
My Terms forlreatment
w44Ht-n fe fceti (1 ns sdl.
I wtll not
I will give you an absolute sUta
cant tor mjr ser-rtoes.
Tht rsnson hundreds of
mam todar are alsoourassa
U 1(4 causa they bar ' gtvon
rt ruia to vhom tb.ey en
trusted their esse, their pre
cious heaUDi They do net
consider the ability, profes
sional standing; and epu tac
tion o the physician or spe
clallst of Whom they took
treasxnent. but ha consid
ered tor more the faot that
by not going to a speoisvllst
of ability they eon Id get
oAMper treatment. Bach i
not th-e case), bsause It T
qukres ability and skill to
cure any one of the ailments
to which I devote myv full
time and attention, apd'the
specialist who possesses tne
ability to cure, gets all tne
business ha can attend to. If
you are today dlsoouraged
because you hay not been
cured It Is your own fault.
Ton have no on else to
blams but yourself. If you
have sought treatment a.nd
are not cured. It is simply
because of the faot that you
have cot thought enough of
your health, your life, to pay
the price of a competent, re
liable specialist, who pos
sesses the ability naoestary
to cure you.
The one thing for any man
to consider, is simply this:
"I want to get cured. I must
et tha aliment conquered
before it oonqusrs me." If
you look at this matter from
this standpoint, valuing
you must do
your r u t u r
health and bappi
Will oonsult at onoe the
BEST an MOST RELIABLE
peclallsC one whom you know from Ms perrnaiieotrjr-aadtoug set oti listed
reputation to be the best, and if your case Is placed with him the our wJOl
surely follow In short order.
LASTLY, REMEMBER, there is no man who reevity desires to le oonfl
who cannot place, bis case with me
terms so that uv man esa receive
I CURE RAPELT AID PERMANtiLBrTliT.
Bleed iHawsuj, Nernm DecMee, Kfelaer ua Bladder slliimnfsv Tartu
Veins saa Ail AUmemta Peculiar so Men.
EXAMINATION AND CONSULTATION FREE
Men make no mistake when they corns to me. I erve.yoa the results of
Ions experience, honest, conscientious work, and the best service that
money can buy. If you are ailing oonsult me. Medicines furnished fcn ouar
private laboratory from $1.60 to tS.BO a course.
If you cannot call, write for selr-eraminatiest -Maak. Hearst V A M. t
P. M. dally. Sunday. to II only.
St. Louis Medical Co.
I CORE MEN
You Can Pay When CURED
MEN'S AILMENT ONLY
What better proof or more sincere assur
ance can I offer than that I am willing; to
wait for my fee until I effect a cure?
Could I afford to make such an offer if I
was not absolutely certain of curing; every
case I take?
My practice has demonstrated that no
ailment peculiar to men is Incurable. Fail
ure to cure is usually due to lack of knowl
edge and improper treatment. Tou may
consult me free of charge and learn your
exact condition. I will not urge my serv
ices, nor will I accept your case unless I am
positive of - my ability to cure you.
' I accept no incurable cases at all, and
If I treat you. you can feel assured of thor
ough and permanent cure, and I
wining to wait tor my xee until a
.11 1 V Itsri Cil.-5, lUfl TltAll KU AlLIHEAITS, OBSTRUCTIONS.
SPEC1KIO BLOOD POISOJi AND PILES I also treat and cure prompt
ly and thoroughly.
I offer not only FREE consultation and advice, but of every case
that comes to me I will make a careful examination and diagnosis
without charge. No ailing man should neglect this opportunity to
get expert opinion about his trouble.
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.
S34Va MORRISON STREET
PORTLAND, OREGON', CORNER SECOND STREET
run nnwAi 1
at Wat v v .
COME TO ME
AND EE CURED
PAY WHEN CURED
BIY PEE FOR A CURE IX UNCOMPLI
CATED CASES IS 10.
I am an expert specialist, have had
30 years' practice in the treatment or
ailments of men. My off ices are the
best equipped in Portland. MV meth
ods are modern and up to- date. My
cures are quick and positive. l oo not
treat symptoms and patch "P- ""'fl
oughly examine each case, find tne
cause, remove it and thus cure the ail
ment. I CURE Varicose Veins, Contracted
Aliments, Piles and Specific Blood Poi
son and all Aliments of Men.
CURE OR NO PAY I am tne only
Specialist In Portland who makes no
chance unless the patient Is entirely
satisfied with the results accomplished,
and who srlves a written guarantee to
refund every dollar paid for services
If a complete and permanent cure is not
SPECIAL AILMENTS Newly con
tracted and chronic cases cured. All
burning, itching and Inflammation
stopped in 24 hours. Cures effected in
seven davs. Consultation free. If un
able to call write for list of questions.
Office hours A. M. to 9 P. M. Sun
days, 10 A. M. to 1 P. M. only.
12SVs Second St., Corner of Alder.
FOB TOILET AND BATH.
Plnsrers reushened hy meedlewertc
catch every stain and look hopelessly
dirty. Hand Sapolle removes not only
the dirt, but also the loosened. Injured
cuticle, and restores the flDscn te theiv
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BECAUBfi 1 always arrange my
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Cor. 2nd and YamMU
am always v
cure is el-
The Leading; Specialist
C. Gee Wo
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This (Tsat Chlasss
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sf his wondsrtal
ud marvelous nun
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&.fA sldsd hr all his
pstlents ss tas
mtlwt ef his kind. He trests aar
and all diseases with powerful Chinese
roots, sorbs and bmrks that are entirely
unknown to the nodical selonoo of this
country. With those herxnloos remedies
ho guarantees to cure catarrh, asthnma,
loss troubles, rheumatism, nervousness,
stomach, liver and kidney troubles, also
private diseases ef men and women
Vattents eutalde of city write rev
hlanlcs and circulars. Inclose e "ln.
The C Gea Wo Medicine Co.
lZfc Sin Bt.. Kear atonlsen,
Tessa cnooxa, chijtese doctok.
183 H First Bt.,
room 11. and 328
Alder Bt. Chinese
Root and Rerbt
Dropsy, Catarrh, .
Liver and Kidney
it men and worn
jJii Flanders St.
Women a Specialty
Tb well-known Chinese DR,
8. K CHAN, with their Chi
nes a remedy of herbs and
roots, cure wonderfully. It has
cured many sufferers when
all other remedies have
failed. Sure cure for male
and female, chronic nrivate I
diseases, nervousness, bloodMQO Q If PU&M
poison, rheumatism, asthma, lliftw-u-n-nH
pneumonia, throat, lunjr trouble, consump
tion, stomach, bladder, kidney and diseases
of all kinds. Remedies harmless. No oper
ation.. Honest treatment. Examination fof
Ladle by MRS. 8KCHAK. Call or write 8.
K. CHAX CmMSK MEDICINE CO.. 2264
Morrison St.. Bet. 1st and 2d. Portland. Or.
Gives Prompt and Effectual Relief
without inconvenience, in the
MOST OBSTINATE CASES
No other treatment required.
BOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
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