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CARGO IS BIBLE
Bark Invermay, Loaded,
Ordered Not to Clear.
EXPORTERS AWAIT RESULT
Orral Tarfo llclil Malting Iicrrt
prratalor Who Hate llonf for
Market Snurl Ilowart
K porter will no doubt follow the
ik of th. flrltlph bark lnrmr with
Interest, a It U reasoned that It cargo
will piar an Important art lo specu
lative circle In the next few month.
bMiuw t h vessel finished loading
hi at th. elevator Jock )-trday
an. I order have been given for It not
to clear until Instruction ar. received
from fUn Francisco. 1llnJ. Ilotph
Co. are the charterer of th. bark.
The rarco wa supplied bjr th. Port
Un.l Klourlnr Mill Compat.y. ana a
tha bll'e of U.llng have ben signed and
ttia cereal paid for. that firm has no
further Interest In the vrsael'a mow.
menta frm a buslnes standpoint, other
tr.aa t dispatch It whu the charterer
request. Tha Invermay ha ten lay dajra
remaining an. I unle. there la a decided
lurt lt tha market It I not expected
that tha craft will nail before thr '
It la tha first Instance) thla aeaaon In
whlrh a vessel ha been held to uch an
extent. The present market altuatlon
la not allurtnc and It la assumed that
Uln.l. liolph Company ara hopeful
that by detaining the bark Ita full time,
when It report out on the other alda
tha sale of Ita wheat will be mr pro
tuctlv. than to let It go In the near
future. It la not expected that tha
bark will he cleared with the February
fleet, otherwise the showing for the
month would be Inrreaaed considerably
though It Is the smallest carrier In port,
being of HIT Inns.
The tlrltlsh bark Nile waa to hae
ailed today, but It la thought that It
will not leave until tomorrow, owing
to tardiness In arranging the vessel'
affairs. Necessary seamen were aliened
yeaterdr and the Nile manifest wa
filed, shawm that Ita cargo I ls;.5J
bushel of wheat, valued at fllo.J.
The French bark Hoasuet will Join tha
February fleet. It la to finish about
noon today and will be cleared so that
the llossuet recelvea tha next place on
the list of the I'ort of I "or t land for tow
ace to Astoria.
IMCRKtr TO TKK 1.1 MUCK
Muore Inlrrr-sla I'lace- Order With
l Cr mlk Mill for Cargo.
J. J. Moore A Co. have r'.ared an or
der wits the Charlea I. McCormlck
Lumber Company for I.0.0" feet of
yellow fir to ba basiled -t tlie St.
Helena mill, aboard tha ririlish team
er Inverktp. now en route here from
Antwerp In t!ia Henry Lund line.
wM.-b haa been chartered for April
loadtnar. Tha tramp called from Ant.
werp January II and la to call at l-o
Ancelea and Hn Francisco to dis
charge general carco. bringing the re
mainder to Portland.
There are no other rarrlera listed to
work at the JI.H'ormlrli mill, but In
qulriea ara being received by moat of
the tare plant for offshore rargoea
thai a'.. I probably result In buslneaa
reorening ilronc when the general ra
aumptlon of operattona In logging
carnpa brinsa about a reduction In
prltca. !." ara being quoted at 17.
SI and II J. tha average yellow fir
specimen be in a about 814. but the mill
men ear that the ! market la too
lilti for export business. It la also
affecting the Coastwise market to auch
an extent that sine January 1 tha
McCormlck Interesta Lav purchased
approximately ;o.O0.04 fret of lum
ber at Northern porta, where tha -aela
of that fleet have been sent after
discharging Northbound cargo hr.
l:Rltirk) SPFKDS STKAMKIt
(Golden Umtf Make Inusuallj Good
Ran on Iloautl-Voyage.
In advance of a five-day achedula
belnc niaJe effective J 'tween Port
land and Tillamook. Captain Krrlck
.n. who made hla first voyage l
master of the ateamer Uolden tiate. Il
lustrated what could be accomplished
on the run under favorable circum
stances, having re-entered tha Colum
bia River yesterday noon. x hours
after calling from Portland. Tha ves
sel left here at coon Saturday and re
ported at Tillamook Sunday morning.
She sailed from thera at 9 o'clock yes
terday morning and entered tha river
at coon. She wilt load here today and
aall tomorrow afternoon.
There wa a forca of carpenter on
the outward voyage and aa a conse
quence two stateroom were torn away
to provide room for an addition to tha
saloon, ao passer grrs will dlna on tha
upper deck lartead of bejow. Threa
tarerooma were added aft. Captain
X W. ilosford said yesterday that tba
OolJen Gat would be operated on
five-day schedui. aa long as weather
Tre steamer Sua IL Elraor sailed
for Tillamook last evening. Tha gas
oline schooner Anvil, from Bandon and
way. reported In the harbor and will
load outward for Tillamook and ports
COAL IS WANTED FOR C.VXAL
Cnglneer Will Boy 10.000 Tons of
Fne During Warm Period.
On of tha principal drawbacks encoun
tered on the construction of the Cehlo
Canal, that of obtaining a bountiful sup
ply of coal to keep all planta going. Is
to be eliminated the coming ear a so a
through tro determination of tha Govern.
mer.t worker) to ask for bids on lo.")
tor of coaL Thla Intention la announced
by Lieutenant Roberts. Corps of En
gineers. L". S. A-. who returned yester
day from tba scene of or ratline to su
pervise tile Isauanra of spectrtcatlonw for
tba bg fuel order.
Daiiverr Is to be specified that It may
ba completed In advance of the Fall
rush. Inuring tre last few months the
coal question haa been a aerlou one and
owing to tha Increased commercial and
domestic consumption all that was needed
could not be obtained st opportune times,
Py swarding contracts early in tha sea
son It Is hoped to Induce delivery during
the late Spring and Summer, that tha
bulk w'.U be on hand bv Fall. Lieutenant
Roberts says that In other ways the work
Is progressing and the approaching aea-
' son la loosed forward to for progress In
excavation and completed sections.
FTR5T ACETTLEVE BCOT HERE
Lights In Vicinity of Toncae Point
W ill He? Replaced.
E'.len Sand. In "Illapa Harbor. Is to
ba tha pioneer In tha use of acetylene
gag buoys on tea Pacific Coast, a com-
blnallon saa and whlstllrg buoy having
arrived at the Tongue Tolnt buoy sta
tion to be ec-ablisn-d here. The device
Is the latest In Illuminated buva and I
so srranaed that g can he stored for
ex montrie wlttio.it attention. Tl-e valve
leading to the burner Is of such delicate
constr iction thst I; Is sffectcd by day
and rlslit. Inxrarer cause tl,e name
to rise to It full power and the coming
of day so contracts tha metal that only
a pilot light burna.
Commander FJ.lcott. lnspe.tr of.,h
district, expects to hsve the licht ",&
ll.hed March - Combination lights
wa. 1 11 also he placed at the mouth of the
Coquir.a River and off the entranca to
Wlll.pa Harbor. Four will ba placed
on the lxiwer Columbia. In the vicin
ity of Torgu. Point ,
rdr fciiiiou w--uicu -
duties yesterday after having Inspected
Patoa island. Turn Point and the New j
ps stations. Tonigni hi - - -
the tender Mansanlta at Seattle J
J" " . . . r that
and will complete tne iniii
portion cf the district.
Pamara Hue to load.
V U Macqulrrie. of Tacoma. agent for
the American Trading Company, reached
1-ortland vesterday lo superintend th
loading of the British linr l"r
which is expected to be at e.t port to
day ready for cargo. The Pamara sailed
from Kureka at W o'clock Sunday morn
ing and wa. due off tha river last eve
ning. Work of discharging snout J0
tons of coal from the tramp Northumhrta
was begun yesterday at Astoria. TT.e
tramp leave, up In a few days to com
mence loading lumber for the. Orient
Wallula Get Notv Engineer.
ASTORIA. Or.. Feb. -Special -Chief
Engineer Bonner, of the bar tug
... . . . . ... . i. r-.i hi reslanatlon to
ex tomorVnd Charie-
Dws ta Anivs.
Manley LKillar. ItaiNoa. ...
lir.iKLr. . . Hay..
A.hanee Kurrka. . ..
I . fjeo. V. Cider. J-n I'e
I Antll landoi
T Hetr fun I
on . . . .
(iol'len ;t. .. Ttllamoi'S.
Sue II. Klroore. Tll.amiok
I .... l t . Ian IVflrO.
u...... Man iedro. . . . Mar.
falcon han KrancUco Mar.
Hnnr fn I'eOro. . .. m r.
Klterslde liaiboa Apr.
arhewaled te Depart.
Name. Fer f"..
atBni rwr.ap. Ttalbea. ...... r en. -
Anvil Handen Feb.
iresk water. .. . t'oos Kay rel,
Alllanee F.ureka J eh.
;. W. Elder. .Sn feilro.... Mar.
4;oiden Gat. .. Tlilamook....M r.
Il-ar Han lrdro. ... Mar.
flue If. Elmore. Tillamook. ... M sr.
H-rstMn Monaknn. . . ..Mar.
Itoee Mly "an l lro-... Mar.
Flnanike nan Fedro. .. Var.
,i, ot Pan rTanclsco M ar.
B-aver H in Fedro. ... Mar.
ImeraMe I la i ho Apr.
ley. chief of the Puget 5.und tug Ta
t.x.!. ha been aplntcd lo Mil ths
vacancy. It 1 understood Mr. Bonner
will resume hi former poJliloa as chief
of the McCTaken. Mr. Tlnsley a her
for everal years when th Tatoosti was
In service on the bar.
Ijiden with scrap Iron for Irondale.
tha barge Louisiana Is to leave down
To get Into a berth to load wheat
for the I'nlted Kingdom the uerman
hip Kilo will be towed Into tha har
bor today from Llnnton.
In addition to being Inspected ye-
terday th steamer America papera
were extended to Include Astoria and
The ttallea. which I a formality so
that she can handle business for points
other than those on hr regular route.
There yesterday entered at th Cu-
tom-Jlouse the steamer Fort Bragg.
In general cargo from an r rancisco.
The British bark Nil cleared wltn
wheat for the I'nlted Kingdom and
th steamer Falcon with grain and
general cargo for San Francisco,
Captain W. S. Buchanan, superin
tendent of th Open River Transpor
tation Company, said y,teromy mat
the steamer Inland Umpire had reached
Kennewlck on a stag of water that
was two feet below gero. the lowest
known In which a steamer ascended
that part of the Columbia
Having been delayed In moving Sun
day, the British steamer Strathlyon.
of the Portland Asiatic fleet, will
shift through th brldgea from Inman-
poulsen'a this afternoon, going to a
berth at th flour mill. All but a
fourth of her cargo will be made up
of flour. Spac reservation for th
me commodity ara bring mad on
the liner Rygja.
Pending tha outcome of a special
meeting tomorrow morning between
representatives of the city and tha
Harrlman lines, regarding right of way
for tha west approach of tha Broadway
bridge, tha force of the Union Bridgs
Construction Company la confining
Its operation to completing the de
molition of th far of Alber dock,
where pier . th first for th cross
ing, will b started a soon as timber
.Moyernent of Vessels.
PORTUM'. Feb. IT. Arrived Steamer
Bear, from fan Franclaco and I.oe Anjelea;
gaaolln schooner Anvil. from Bandon;
ateamer W. H. I'orter. from fan Francisco;
ateamer Golden Uat. from Tillamook;
steamer Geo. W. Elder, from Saa Die to and
way ports. failed btsanisr bue 11. Kl
mor. foe Tillamook; steamer Falcon, for
Aston. Feb. YT. Condition at th mouth
of the river at P. M. Smooth, wind east.
4 mile: weather, clear. Arrived last ninht
Hlaaoltne schooner Anvil, from Bandon.
Arrived at a A. M. Steamer F. H- Lecgett.
from faa Francisco. Left up at A.
fteamer W. f. Porter, failed at T A. M.
Steamer Beaver, tor San Franclaco and fan
Pedro. Sailed at A. M fteamer J. A.
rhanalor. for Saa Francisco. Arrived at
3t and left ap at I o A. M fteamer
Oeo. W. Elder, from San Franclaco. Ar
rrved at lo and left up at U:tU A. M.
meamer Bear, from Saa Pedro and San
Franclaco. failed at A. M. ejeboooce
Irene, for San Pedro. Arrived at t and left
up at P. M. fteamer Alliance, from Cooa
Hay aad Eureka. left up at 10 P. M.
Oesollne schooner Anvil.
faa Francisco. Feb. 2T. Arrived at mld
nlsht itearyr Xehalem. from Columbia
River. Arr'.-ed at a A. M. euamer Asun
cion, from Portland.
Victoria. Feb. 37. Arrived yeatarday
British steamer Stratbn, from Portland,
for l.a I'a'.tme.
fan Francisco. Feb. 37. Arrived Steam
ers Trlacuio. from Twltal: wutapa. fanta
M no Ira. from orav Harbor. failed
fchoooer Cecilia Sodden, for Wlllapa.
Honiliai. Feb. -i. Arrived Beachy.
Olasrow. Feb. 23. Availed Teucer. for S
attle. Seattle. Feb. IT. Arrived Steamer Hor
net, from faa Francisco; steamer I'matllla,
from Everett: U. f. f. Maaaanita. from Neah
liay: steamer t"ot E. L firake. from San
Kranclaco. Salted Steamer Atlas. for
Cusco. aad V. a. C. Bumslde. for Tacoma.
Tacoma. Feb ST. Arrived T. S. f. Bu
ford. from San Franclaco: Sorweclan ateam
er Cuica, from Seattle; Norwegian steamer
Mathi;d. from Everett.
los Anselee. Feb. 7. Arrived Steamer
rtoanobe. from Portland; Knee City, from
Portland: Jamva S. Hlsstna. from Kort
Brass: Wellslev. from Tacoma; J. B. Stet
soa; from Portland.
Tide a Aaterta Taesday.
Rich Water. Low wutr
S A. M feet M A. M 3 feet
34 P. at S.T feet T 13 P. M....-0.3 feet
Wife Cat Tip Top Advice.
"My wlfa wanted m to take ottr boy
to tha doctor to cur an ugly boll.
write I. Frankel. of Stroud. Ok la. "I
avd 'put Buck'.en'a Arnica Halve on It.'
She did so. and It cured tha boll In a
short time." Quickest healer of Burns.
Scald. Cuts. Com. Bruises. Sprain.
Swelling. Beit Pile cure on earth.
Try It. only Zic at ail druggist.
STEERS UP A MICKEL
Prime Quality Readily Taken
COWS ARE ALSO FIRM
cholcf Mutton Stock Hold II Own
,lie y-mce 0t Large Arrlxals.
Only a Few Hog Arc
Livestock buyr found, a good supply of
cattl and sheep awaiting them at th yard
yesterday. Thra waa a rady d.mnd for
all tha offering, especially th cattle, and
a vry Orm market resulted. Good heep
held their own. No hog wer sold.
rlm steers showed sn advance of a
nickel on the day's operations. About ten
loads of top-grsde tuft were sold st l.0
Others went from ft o down to $S.:J. For
a load of prime cows buyers paid 13 i
Tha bulk of th cow sale wer at t -i
A bunch of 50 choice wether w so. a
1..7S. Ewes went at II and anu
over Sunday were J ". "
j calves. Ik: hog and ll sheep.
! Bki.uM f ih. atork were A. O. West.
Gasell. Ca!.. I ear of cxitl and calve:
M. Shaffer. Montague. Cat., t ear of cat
tle: D. M. Martin. Montagu. 3 car of cat
tle: R. B. Wing. Montagu. 1 car of cat
tl: W. B. Wing. Eugene, t car of cattl:
Kid well Caswell. Idaho Falls. U cars of
cattle: J. E. Reynolds. Shaniko. 1 car of cat
tle: James Eldrldge. Tendleton. 2 can of
cattle: E. E. Wlllard. Munlda, Mont. 1 car
of cattle: M. E. Hotchkla. Red Rock. Mont..
1 ear of cattle: Wood Livestock Company.
Marks! Lake. Idaho, k cars of sheep; P. J.
Brown, llaker. J car of cattl and calve;
Cyru Wtlllama. Payette. 1 car of cattl and
calve: John Bill. Payette. 1 car of cattl
and calve: Hotchkla A Wlllard. Montda.
Mont.. I car of cattle; H. B. Dunn. Pendle
ton. 1 car of cattle; B. McOlll. Ontario. 1
car of cattle: F. C. Oxman. Welser. S cars
of cattle; F. C. McCullough. Joseph, i car
of sheep, and Jim Mac. Idaho Falls. X car
of hog and 1 of sheep.
Th day' sales wr as follow:
Price current on tl
lock at th I'ort laoo.
varlou classes of
were aa follow:
Cood to choice steers. ...
Fair to good tera
Cholc to prim cows
Oood to cholc beef cows....
Common to fair beef cow....
Choice spayed heifers ....... ...
Ooor to choice heifers
Choice lo good fat bulls
Fair to good fat bulla
Choice to light calves
Fslr to good light calve
Cvolr to heavv calves
.. c.:ss so
. . .oo s 4.:s
.. 4 oow s oo
.. s.:sty S.7S
. . 4 "Str S.0O
. . i.outt) 4.00
.. s :. yit
.. s.ooo s.:s
.. i:i 4. iS
. . i.Titr 4 o
. . i.oo .r i.so
.. 7.7Stt (.04
.. Toots 7 50
. . s.rsw s.so
.. 4.7S9 0
.. S.SOu 4.04
.. 4.00 ty J.o
.. I S0 i 75
.. II :.'itr
.. T.OOtf 7. SO
I Fair lo medium heavy calve.
Fair to good stags
Choice hog ,....
Oood to cholc hog
Poor hogs .'
Choice yearling wether, grain fed 4.BeX 4.TS
Old wether 4.0ilr 4.2a
Cholc wea. grain fed 1.0s 4.00
Fair to medium ewea. grain fed. 2.7Srf 2 ?S
Cholc lamba. grain fed..
Oood to choice, grain fed.
Fair to good
4.S0 I. SO
Hay-fed sheep and lambs loc lower than
Current prices In th horse market follow:
Extra heavy draftera. t L'.'.Ofl 215: 1400 to
lto pounda. $lSOtt30o: 12o to 140 pounds.
lxrTS0: chunks. SaOfelSO: drivers. Ha
up; saddlers. $00 up: plug. $10g40.
Chicago Livestock Market.
CHICAGO. Feb. ST. Cattle Receipt, es
timated, Ki.ooo: market, steady to 10c up
Beavea. I.V3UB 4 2: Teia steers. 111;. .1
ft.TO; Western steers. 4.4!tS.7i atockerl
nd feeuera. $3. tl .$:; cow and halfer.
121tjSo. calve. I7.M9 ..
Hosa Keeelpt. estimated. Kl 0OO; market,
dull to 10c off Lleht. 'l.BOt7.1'': mixed.
i!fT.lo: heavy. Sil70y7.10: rough. Sii.70
tlS.ao; good to cholc havy. Vo7. 10;
pis. IT.2iinT.R: bulk of sales. I4M n T.lu.
bheep Keceipts. estimated. lO.fMHi; mur
ket. alow and steady. Native. $3fi4 .: West
ern. H1094 7: year Unas. f 4 7i) -Yilo;
lam be, native, $ZQ6.10; Waatern, eAtfO.12.
Dalath Flax Market.
TVTLrTH. Feb. 21. Flax on -rack and to
arrive, li.floss; May, s-i.asw, bid.
Hapa at Landoa. aw
L1VERPOOU Feb. ST. Hop In London.
Pacino Coast, arm. (4 tu43 la.
Ixw Water Halts Steamer Etna.
WOODLAND. Wash., Feb. ST. (Spe
cial.) The steamer Etna, that plies be
tween Woodland and t'pper North Fork
of tha Lewis River points, that was dis
abled about a week ago by striking a
boulder, returned from Suppla's shipyard
at Portland yesterdnv after being re-
SKIN OFFERER SAYS:
"IF 1 1 AD ONLY KNOW N"
"If I had only known liow quickly
Eczema can be cured, what Ions; years
of awful suffering- It would have saved
me.- writes F. A. Will, of 250 Wash
ington St.. San Francisco, Cal.
This, after 40 years of suffering and
after using less thsn on bottla of tha
Oil of Wlnterirreen-Thymol D. D. D.
Try at least a iS rent bottle. To our
certain knowledge. D. D. 1). Prescrip
tion always gives Instant relief. abso
lute relief Inside of ten seconds!
Woodard, Clark Co., gkldroor
SO wether HI
47 ewe , lol
It cow lo1-
l ateer 1S47
:t cow a i"-J
14 steers 1111
T COW n
I COW 1010
2S re-ws .1 ......1
1 cows !
5" steer lo2
47 cows ..............-...l,ii
7 steers "4
2T steer '-I"
t oow l::i
Ji steer 1-4
: steer .., 14S!
ii steer H4
; cows 77
7 calvea 4
4 cow a - -
15 cows I
IS coas ll
1 bull 14IO
1 bull It'-'t
44S ewes l.'l
:s lambs 4
Itfl steer 1114
Z sleer ..... i I'' 2
2i st-er 1117
14 steer 114
3 ateera t:
14 sleer 13"
14 steer ll-'iS
1 steer l'X
14 rows 144
II cows 1440
1 cows 14
1 ralf Il
5 calvea ....................... SS
1 ralf 4.1
1 bull 14
1 bull Hn
I bull 10"
1 bull -a lft&o
1 bull 141
39 bulla 1"S
ience of its pat
rons this Bank
ivill be open
ings from 6 to
8 o'clock, be
day, March 4.
SAVINGS & TRUST
S. W. Cor. Sixth and Washlnston
W. If. Fear President
M illard Case Vice - President
O. C. Bortasneyer Cashier
Km M. Ilaldca.
paired, but could not make the trip tip
the river today on account of low water.
It is hoped that there will be rain or
warmer weather soon, a the logging
camps and mills up -the river - depend
largely on the Etna to bring up the sup
plica usd during the Winter months,
and beside it is a great convenience In
the matter of personal transportation.
PORTLAND WOMAN HEIRESS
Search Ilelng Made for Mrs. Leah
Greenburg, Whose Father Is Dead.
Detective are seeking; Mr. Leah
Greenburg. of Greentree, supposed to be
a resident of Portland, to notify her that
her father is dead at Sydney. Australia,
and has left a valuable property, prin
cipally in diamonds, of which she la one
of the only two htirs known to exist.
Request that the woman be found was
made to Captain of lctoctlvea Moore
yesterday by the Chief Constable at Van
couver. B. C, who Inclosed cople of let
ters from the Inspector-General of Po
lice at Sydney.
The decedent wae known as Louis
Herbert, or Lewis H. Sharer. He was
a native of Australia, but had spent
much time In this country and Is snld to
have had a divorced wife In San Fran
cisco. Besides Mrs. Greenburg. another
dauKhter, Mrs. Daisy Le Duckhall, Is aaid
to live In Now York.
With the letter the police officials In
closed a long list of articles of Jewelry
found In Sharer's possession, aggregating
over l'0 pieces, many being of high
value. He has been a pawnbroker and
is ewld to have been very eccentrl. with
tendencies to live as a miser. He died
when alone, several week ago, suppos
edly from heart failure.
A cursory search of the city yesterday
failed to revesl th residence of the
daughter who is sought here, but detec
tives will follow the matter further.
MRS. PAULINAWIBERG DIES
Pioneer of 185 2 One of Earliest
Knmllies Settling In Portland.
Mrs. Paulina Wlbenr. the widow of
the late Charle M. Wiberg;, died at
5:3rt o'clock yesterdny morning at her
late residence. JT.l Holladay avenue. Mrs.
Wiberg was born st Salem, la.. May 30,
1M2. In 1&2 she crossed tha plains with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Ingram,
locating on a donation land claim In
Pleasant Valley, near Portland.
In May. lf. sh was married to C. M.
Wiberg. who was also a pioneer of 1802.
She leaves six naugntera. quo en.
ISM MEfJ I CAN CURE THEM
I demonstrate my ability in the treatment of the ailment in my
specialty, first, by giving immediate benefits; secondly, by the rapid
progress my patients make from the beginning, "and each and every
patient knows that he is going to get well from the fact that there is
weekfl and months of wait-
UU avv.ajJlA3.a-L BUUUt frUV wy v J . . a T -V 11
ing, hoping and watching for benefits the tronble mnst yield if 1 teU
you in tne beginning i can perma
nently euro you, and it is because I
am a scientific specialist and know
how to CTTBJ3.
By the latest and best methods, !
cure, to remain eured, Blood and Skin
Ailment, Varicose Veins, Piles,
Kidney and Bladder Ailments.
'If afflicted men in Portland and
vicinity knew of the permanent cores
I accomplish, of the patients I dis
, miss who don't have to continue seek
ing and paying for treatment, some
of them having been treated a dosea
times before, they would surely lose
no time in seeing me. i provo raj
litres over other specialists. I don't
ask vou to believe me. I don't
ton in talra mv word for what I
a visit and treatment will' tell and
convince you if you have any doubts.
f IVII I TRF AT YOU
v-nrr1 Hat a Dollar Keel Be Pal
f KHH l aleae Cared.
for on. week If yen d.slr to prtrr. that I can cur you. I have went
thousand ta develop my tratmanC and I know what It will do. XJon x
experiment .laawhari. fry my treatment fr, and b conTinced that
I can cure you.
While xae aadiaary Saaxar ta waaHasamO.aj aad aaaklaaT salaxakes, I
aaaosapllah care. Saa saa ae-er.
J5.C0 AND $10.00 IS ALL I CHARGE FOR CURING SOME CASES
atw pnirri ARB AX.WATB THE LOWEST, no matter whar you
ro Ther? T. T a reaaotmy praTuca Is tha largest, my office, sr. th
KVgaat. I am pr.pa"do traat th. largest numbers. Therefore 1 1 can
cure you th. cKeapast- Having th. mo.t P2'"A1l'"mc
title treatment to b. had. I can ear. you th. quickest. II you nv
ny trouble whatever, ooma to me.
CONSULTATION AND EXAMINATION PRESS
at offlc or by mall. One personal xrlelt I preferred, but If thl I ltn
r.ticebla write u a full and unrerved hlatory of your cae and gt
Su?Coplnlon Tre. My case, cured at noma. Madlc4na. frsah from
our own laboratory, Sl.l to .60 Pr eour.
Hoar A. Sf. t f. M. Ssndaya, 10 tm IS.
ST. LOUIS MEDICAL CO., Inc.
330H YAMHILL STREET, PORTLAND, OREGOJf.
OFF WITH A RUSH
r A Quarter
LOCATIOX Right In the center
of the best East Side residence dis
trict. Rose City Park. Montavilla
and East Ankeny carllnes.
PRICES AND TERM $900 and
up. 10 per cent down, 2 per cent per
MEAD A MIRPHV, Sales Agents.
S22 C'orbett Bid;.
Telephone Mala 1.VI3. A 1313.
sister and one brother. The surviving
children are Mrs. Anna Morgan, La Cen
ter, Wash.; Mrs. George L. Curry. Mrs.
L. D. Jackson and Mrs. Olive Carr, of
this citv; Mrs. J. W. Embody, of Silver
Lake. Or.; Mrs. J. E. Bourke. of San
Francisco, Cal., and one son, Harry F.
A strand to hold n Iron, provided with
a crew clamp to prevent It from being
knocked from n ironing board, ha been
pairmra or " ,,...,.-, ........
4 Tl, 1 JZ-tS-i sfMrrti'
So writes Mr. Itay Lymaagroyer. He
waa eured tw yeara ago and ever
alnce he haa been one of Duffy' moat
"After an attack of grip two years
ago I was left in a very weak and run
down condition. On advice of a friend
I tried Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey and
found It Just the right thing. I noticed
a steady gain In strength from the
start. Have used considerable of your
valuable medicine and find It to be the
very best. I assure you I will advlee
my friends when needing a good tonic
and cure for grip to take Duffy's."
Ray Lymangrover, 547 Oakwood Ave.,
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey
fs a wonderful remedy in the preven
tion and cure of consumption, pneu
monia, grip, bronchitis, coughs, colds,
asthma, malaria, low fevers, stomach
troubles and all . wasting weakening
and diseased conditions. If taken as
directed. You should have it in your
home. It will do you good.
It has been before the public for half
a century and its curative value has
never been questioned. Its success in
curing disease has caused many unre
liable dealers to put up substitutes and
imitations with which to fool the peo
ple, claiming that their substitutes
"are Just as good as" Duffy's Pure Malt
Whiskey, but they are thinking of
their profits only. Insist on the
Sold In SEALED BOTTLES ONLY.
All druggists, grocers and dealers, or
direct J1.00 a large bottle. Medical
booklet, containing rare common-sense
rules for health and testimonials, also
doctor's advice, sent free on application.
fflie rwffy Mnlt Whiskey Co., Rochester, X. Y.
FOR AILING MEN BY
A TRUE SPECIALIST
Any Specialist. That Stay cureo.
' YOU CAV TAKF3 MY TREATMENT
WITHOUT A CKNT AND PAY ME
tFTEIl I CI RE lOt. I want a chance
to prove I can cure afflicted, skeptical
men who may hesitate to come to me
because they have been disappointed
by unskilled doctor.
Remember, my trentment Is different
aad better aad COSTS YOU NOTHINU
nnleaa you are willing, glad and aatla
fled to pay me.
N e r v o n n e , 'Weakneaa, Lack of
Vitality, Poor Memory, I.oa of Energy
and Ambition, Worsout Feeling, Timid,
Headache, Backache, Melancholy,
Eaally ExHted, ReMleaa at Night, are
aome of the symptoms that deatroy
A safe, rapid and permanent cure
for weakness is found by men from the
animal extracts treatment we give
them. All symptoms are soon gone,
strength, vim, vigor, vitality and a
robust feeling are quickly restored.
Come in and see me. Have a confi
dential talk and be examined without
cost or obligation. I will cure you.
The Old Reliable Specialist,
Corner Alder and Second Streets. En
trance 128 Second street, Portland,
Or. Office hours 9 A. M. to 8 P. M.
Sundavs, 10 A. M. to 1 P. M.
How to Stop Drinking
It was formerly customary for the
habitual drinker to take the pledge
regularly, sometimes once a year, and
sometimes in every fit of remorse
that follow his debauches, and then
But now it is gradually dawning on
the world that pledges do not stop
drunkenness. The nervous system of
the habitual-drinker is diseased and he
must have treatment that will cure this
condition. If Orrine does not benefit
after a trial, we - refund your money.
Can be given secretly.
Write for free booklet on Alcoholism
to the . Orrine Co., Orrine Building.
Washington, D. C. Mailed sealed in
Elain envelope. Orrine costs but SI per
ox. Sold in this city by Skldmore
Drug Co.. 151 Third St., and 372-374
30 ft Bowels
Biggest organ of the body the
bowels and the most important
It's got to be looked after neglect
means suffering and years of
misery. CASCARETS help
nature keep every part of your
bowels clean and strong then
they act right means health to
your whole body. . m
CASCARETS toe a box for a week treat
ment. All drareists. BiRftest seller In
tn world Million boxes a monta.
" To Mrs. S. K. Chan:
Cear Madam: I wish to
thank you for all you have
done for me. I had been sick
so ion and had taken so
much other remedies without
benefit. As soon a I had
taken th first lot of. your
.ii.in f felt like a new
woman, which is saylnx a od
deal, because I wa so weak
.ll.nAM a TA Mtiffreii BO
much. I could UOl leave my
bed. Now I am strong- and entirely cured.
If I wa 10.000 thousand miles away. I
would send to xou for medicine w'nen I were
sick. I wish all people auffering from weak
ness or lcknes would take your medicine.
They would ble you the rest of their live,
as I will the reat of mine. Mr. O. 8.
Edwards. Junction City. Or. Call or write
Th. 9. K. Chan Chinese Medicine Co.,
226 H Morrison St., between First and
Second. Portland. Oregon.
L. T. YEE & SONS
The Old. Reliable Chines
Doctor spent llfetlm study ot
herbs and research In China:
was aranted diploma by th
Emperor; guarantees cur alt
ailment of men and woman
when others fall If you suf
fer, call or writ to YE at
RON'S MtIICIK CO..
tin. Cor. Alder, fartland. Or.
w a . of Onfelceet Cnrea
The Leading Specialist.
Many doctors call a suppression
of svmptoms a cure. Some dose
for drug effects and then claim
that nothing more can be done.
But the real ailment remains and
will bring the symptoms back
again, perhaps the same as before,
3r perhaps modified in some man
ner. My treatment is effective in
eompletelv removing the ailment,
because It goe to the very source
of the cause. It searches out every
root and fiber of the ailment and
thus effects a REAL CURE one
that is permanent- The thorough
ness of my methods in treating
men's ailments has brought cures
where others fail, has enabled aie
to promise much with certainty of
fulfilling even.- promise and has
rewarded me with pre-eminence in
the medical field and with the
largest practice of its kind in the
PAY WHEN "CURED
My Specialty Includes:
Varicose Veins, Specific nlood Pol
ou, Obstruction. Kidney and Ulatl
dcr Trouble. Piles and all ton.
tractert Ailments. ,,
C U N S I 1. T A.TION FREE-MY
HONEST AND CANDID ADVICE
COSTS YOU NOTHING. I cheerful
ly give you the very best opinion,
guided by years of successful prac
tice. Men out of town, in trouble,
write me if you cannot call, as
manv cases yield readily to proper
home treatment and cure. My of
fices are open all day from 9 A. JH.
to 8 P. M. and Sundays 10 to 1.
The DR.' TAYLOR Co.
234V. MORRISON STREET, COR
KER SECOND, l-Oll'I'LAND, OIL
THE SPECIALIST WHO CLKIi.
It matters not what your aliment
is. nor who has treated It, If it is
curable we will rive you immediate,
benefit and a quick and lasting cure.
Do not allow money matters to
keep you from getting well. W
charge nothing to prove our meth
ods will cure you. Our guarantee
NO MONEY REQUIRED UNTIL,
SATISFIED Is your absolute pro
tection. Consultation, examination
and diagnosis freo.
We claim for our treatment
nothing -wonderful" or "secret" it
Is simply our successful way of do-
Ar r in ii. i, .in. . . - - ...
elsewhere, honestly Investigate our
proven method. You will then unrier
tnnd how easily we cure all '"'"bin
of VARICOSE VEINS, SPI CIFIO
RI GOD POISON', NEIt0-VITAL 1K
BILITY. OBSTRl CTIONS, HI.AOOEU
and KIDNEY .rouble., VACTE
nllmenia, KIPTIHE, PILLS and all
What you want Is a cure. Com.
to us and get It. Once under our
treatment, you will quickly realls
bow mpl a thing It is to get well
in th. hands of a specialist who
know, his "lnr H,?t 7lf to
not only years to life, but life to
years. Office hours, dally to 6.
Evenings 7 to 8. Sundays 10 to L
B2 Waahlnartoa St.. Portland. Or.
IS OUR FEB
Pay When Cured
V. nav. every known remedy apa
pltance for TKEATLNO loll. Our ex
perience Is so great and varied that Dit
on. of the ailments of Men is new to us.
COME IX AND TALK IT OVER..
General Debility, Weak Nerves. In
somnia Results uf exposure, overwore
and other Violations of Isature a law.
Diseases o adder and Kidneys. Vari
cose Veins, quickly and permanently
cured at small expense and uo d.t.a
lion from business.
kl'ECIAL Ali.jiATi Newly con
tracted and enrunic cases cured. All
burning, itching and inf iaminatiua
stopped In Z4 hours. Cures effected it
seven days. Consultation free. It un
able to call, write for list of questions.
Office Hours 9 A. M. to 8 P. Id. Sua.
iays. 10 A. M. to 1 P M. only.
Pacific Coast Medical Co
. . " t ' ' I it KKTi
S. H. WAI JiNG GO.
Chinese herb anfl root
medicine for men and wo
men with any Internal, ex
ternal or eruptive disease.
Our Chines doctor lately
from New York Oriental Hoi
pital also has 30 years' ex
perience. If you suffer, when
others fall, we wish you to
call or write to 301 First
St.. Portland. Or. Frea con
sultation and examination.
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