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lT7TF,-rOT.XTXa OHEGOXTAX. THURSDAY, APRHJ 13, 1911. - - -- - - - -- -
BROKERS HARD HIT
Farmers' Union Will Handle Its
Own Wheat Crop.
DOCKS ARE TO BE BUILT
Open Klver Transporatlon Com
pany Superintendent Summoned
to TCU Wall for Business
Conference of Importance.
Anothr move of the Farmers' Union
la centering IU Influence in Portland
a-raln circles with the expectation of
selling wheat and other cereals direct.
Instead of disposing of them Inland to
grain exporters, came to light yester
day with the departure of Captain W.
H. Buchanan. superintendent of the
Open River Transportation Company,
who was summoned hy telegraph to a
conference at Walla Walla.
The particular aim of those to gather
there Is said to be the construction of
a dock and a-raln warehouse on the
Upper Columbia River. Wallula being
the favored spot, and It Is Intended to
enter Into an agreement with the open
rtver service to transport all a-raln that
can to brought to the river from sur
The Farmers Cnlon recently closed
negotiations for the leasing of Colum
bia dock No. 1 for a year, beginning
July 1. and It Is said the annual rental
will run close to $10,000. The dock has
a capacity of 15.000 tons and it Is pro
posed to center there all wheat that
can be collected by the union, purchas
ing from Its members Inland, which
will be offered for sal, principally to
California buyers. With an agreement
In force between the union and the
open river Interesta It Is figured that
wheat can be landed at tidewater with
a considerable saving over the charge
assumed by local exporting firms in
patronising the rail lines; besides. It
will be delivered direct to the dock
with less loss of time than usually at
tends transportation by rail.
At the open rtver organisation has
thrown down the gauntlet to the rail
lines In the matter of wool rates and
quotes tariffs In conjunction with
through Eastern shipments via ocean
lines. It will endeavor to gather wool
patronage from the onion members and
Induce them to establish shipping points
with proper facilities. Ths amount of
wheat to be handled by the river steam
ers will not make serious Inroads Into
tbe crop harvested, by any means, but
It may form a large percentage of the
yield In tbe district wherein the ware
house Is to be situated. Tbe success of
the undertaking will Induce tbe con
struction of additional facilities.
2f AME W ANTED FOR XEW BARGE
Earning Capacity Assured but Ves
sel' Owners Lack Title.
With money apportioned for -fcer con
structlon and fitting out. her engines
on the way from tbe East, the hull
work progressing at a rate tbat Is en
couraging and prospects for business
that may necessitate the employment
of a double crew, stockholders of the
Clatskante ' Transportation Company
face alluring commercial prospects with
a twin-screw gasoline barge that Is
being turned out at the yards of the
Portland Shipbuilding Company, but
one feature distresses them and that Is
the fear of tbe vessel being placed In
operation without a name.
Drake C O'Reilly, whose regard for
his Celtic ancestors has prompted the
painting of all barges of the Diamond
O fleet In green and the christening of
each wrth a name beginning with a
capital O. has voiced sentiments as a
stockholder In the barge antagonistic
to his scheme being followed of honor
ing the Irish, and leans strongly to
ward the adoption of an Indian cogno
men. In fact. It has been suggested
that a name contest be started on the
waterfront, as all connected with the
corporation have exhausted sugges
tions. HlawathaPocohontas. Rala-in-the-Face
and jawbreakers of the red
man's vocabulary difficult to pronounce
are taboo. but a musical-sounding,
brief, expressive title would be wel
comed and probably the person sug
gesting It Invited to christen the craft.
I. EWIS RIVER RIX IX POCBT
Mascot May Be Replaced by Vessel
Built for Freight.
The building of a successor to the
burned steamer Mascot and the charter
ing vessel to take her place or sell the
Portland-Lewis River route, are possible
moves of tbe Kamm Interests. Decision
Js expected before the Summer sesson
opens- Tbe steamer Undine, which Is
on the run. Is of too great draft to be
used exr-pt during the best stages of
water. ' To construct a steamer of the
Mascot's type would cost about CS,0"0,
mo It has been decided. In the event tbe
building proposition is adopted, to or
der a vessel principally for freight pur
poses. There may be cabin accommo
dations for day travelers, and
through tbe elimination of numerous
staterooms and conveniences Included in
the design of the Mascot It is estimated
that a successor could be obtained for
Sales were made yesterday of por
tions of the Mascot's machinery, and
an examination of her engines, which
were cracked when the hull submerged
after the fire, was ordered. Her wheel
parts, boiler, rods and such equipment
can be utilised after being overhauled,
but it Is doubtful whether the engines
would prove satisfactory. Whlla the
gasoline launch Charm Is expected to
care for passenger business from tbe
J.ewts River territory, so far as it moves
toy water, steamboatmen say that the
rail lines have taken so much patronage
that a passenger steamer Is far from
FRENCHMAN IS HERE AT LAST
Marerhal de Castries Leads Season's
Fleet for Slow raace.
Following the slowest voyage or the
season, which began when she sailed
from Dublin with general cargo Iss
days ago. the French bark Marechal de
Castries crossed Into the Columbia
River yesterday and as soon aa her car
go Is discharged she will be given an
opportunity to demonstrate her sail
ing abilities in the opposite direction,
as she Is under charter to Balfour,
Uuthrle at Company to load wheat.
The vessel was disabled In a gale
and September 17 was towed Into
Punta Arenas, her cargo having shifted
and tha vessel sustained considerable
damage. It was not found necessary to
discharge and she put to sea again No
vember JO. It was 18 days later that
she sailed from Reef Harbor. Falk
land Islands, and reached Hobart Jan
uary IS. Bailing seven days later. The
vessel has a Quantity of pig Iron aboard
besides the usual European cargo and
will discharge either at Mersey or the
North Bank dock. The steamer Ockla
fcama left down yesterday with ths
'British bark Oweenee In tow and will
bring up the Frenchman.
Graham Smokes Pure Leaf.
Captain A.. W. Graham, of the Yellow
Stack Line, held an Informal smoker
yesterday on Taylor-street dock on ths
receipt of a large sample of Tennessee
tobacco, which wss forwarded from tbs
South by A. J. Shirley, formerly agent
for the company at Albany. Mr. Shirley
Is Interested In tobacco culture and.
knowing that Captain Graham changed
pipes as often as he employs deckhands,
sent him a roll of leave, direct from the
Held, uncolored and without Ingredients
which tha captain says make some to
bacco a mystery.
Though delayed nearly 13 hours In
sailing, the steamer Breakwater left
for Coos Bay last evening with 9S pas
sengers and a large cargo.
To dispose of routine business, the
old Port of Portland Commission, which
retains the reins of administration,
will meet at 4 o'clock this afternoon.
To Lave hsr pilothouse enlarged and
receive a general overhauling, the
t STEAMER UfTELUGEXCJk
Dae te Axrlvsv
Kama. From. . Data
Bvr. San Fedro. ...In port
Bear Su Pedro Apr. IS
K&Jcon iin Kraneiacw Apr. J
hum H. Elmore TiMamooK... .Apr. 13
ttolden Oale.... Tillamook.. ..Apr. 13
Rlv.rald. Kalboa Apr. 13
BrMkiur....root Bay. ....Apr. lo
Koanoka San Pedro. . . . A pr. le
AlUanr. fcureka Apr. 17
RoaaClty Fan Pedro. . . . A pr. 1"J
Anvil . .Ilanaon Apr. IS
Henri Ibaen. . Jionkon. ...Apr. JO
Geo. W. Elder. .San Pedro.. ..Apr. -3
1 1 ...atMtaaw ' ' ' ' 1
'SoSoIv. ; SPEOALISTKDRIEM
ebedoled U Depart.
T4.-vr Pan Pedn. . .. Apr.
Golden Gate. .. Tillamook. ... Apr.
Falcon e'an Francisco Apr.
8u. H. Elmore 1 illamook... Apr.
Boar Fan Ped ro. . . . A pr.
Breakwater.. ..Cooa Bay Apr.
Roanok.. ...... San Pedro. .. .Apr.
Anlan.e. ......Kureka...... Apr.
Anvil Kandoa Apr.
p.lveralde Ilalhoe Apr.
Roe my San Pedro. ...Apr.
l?0. 1 - E.IU.I . LI i tuiu. . . . "fi -
Henrlk Ibaen.. Honskons Apr. SO
Washington... aa Francisco Ind ft
steamer Diver, of Astoria, haa been
hauled on the waya at Supple's yards.
First of the steel arriving for ths
new Harrlman bridge was unloaded
yesterday on the site of the East Side
approach, a derrick car being used In
Headquarters of the McCormlck
Lumber Company have been moved to
the Yeon. building and during the
month the Associated OH Company will
move there from tbe Lumbermens
Major Mclndoe, Corps of Engineers,
U. 8. A, has signed final papers In ths
leasing of the Port of Portland dredge
Columbia and he expects that she will
commence work to the westward of
Swan Island this week.
Balfour, Guthrie te Co. have char
tered the French bark St- Rogation to
load wheat from Portland for the
United Kingdom in the Fall. She will
carry cement from London to Hono
lulu on ths outward voyage.
Captain Albert Crowe was yesterday
summoned to Astoria in connection
with the loading of the British bark
Wlndrush. which will work lumber at
Tongue Point for Valparaiso. She haa
900 tons of ballast aboard and about
half of It will be discharged.
With oil from San Francisco, the
steamer Asuncion yesterday entered at
the Custom-House. with the steamer
Shna Tak reporting from the same port
with general cargo. The Asuncion
cleared for the return In ballast and
the Shna Tak for San Pedro with 850.
000 feet of lumber.
Charles M. "Gretner Is the name of a
vessel classed as a scow-steamer that
has been launched at the yards of the
Portland Shipbuilding Company for the
Portland Tug It Barge Company. She
will be used in general river work and
measures ii.I feet long, has a beam of
is. 4 feet and depth of hold of seven
feet. Her net register is 17 tons.
Carrying 600 passengers, the steamer
Bear Is due thts afternoon from San
Pedro and San Francisco and the Bea
ver will sail for California this morn
ing with about STB on her list. In the
future vessels of the line will sail from
San Francisco for San Pedro at 11
o'clock in the morning. Instead of t
o'clock, as has been the practice.
Contractors engaged in building over
a mile of the Celllo Canal will complete
their task In less than 30 dqjrs and that
portion of the project will be finished,
with the evc?eption of Installing tbe
lock gates. Major Morrow, Corps of
Engineers, V. 8. A, left for Celllo yes
terday to Inspect work along tbe seven
miles of country through which tha
canal will extend.
Rough weather outside has tempo
rarily held up the fleet of lighthouse
tenders, aa the Columbine is barbound
on Puget Sound, the Heather haa been
unable to reach Southern Oregon har
bors and tbe Mansanita will report
attain today at Fort Stevena for mine-
planting practice, which haa been sus
pended during the past few days.
Lightship No. 18. which has been
stationed off the mouth of the Colum
bia Rtver for two years, came inside
yesterdav. having been replaced by re-
When Two Weeks Old. Would Water
and Itch. Broken Out Most on
Face. Used Box of Cuticura Oint
ment and Nearly Cake of Cuticura
Soap. Was Completely Cured.
" Mr little girl had eczema on her face
which first started to break out on her
when she was two weeks old. It began
in pimples, and
would water and
itch. It was on
the back of her neck
in the edge of her
hair, and in between
her shoulders. But it
was broken out ths
most on her face.
"I doctored with
two different doc
tors, and they did
not seem to help
her. Then a cousin of mine recom
mended the Cuticura Remedies. She
said tber cured one of her children,
so I tried them, and they gave my child
relief. I used a box of Cuticura Oint
ment and nearly a oaks of Cuticura
Soap, and my little girl was completely
cured. 8 be Ls three years old now and
has not a sign of ecsema. I have been
keeping the Cuticura Ointment eras
since and think the Cuticura Remedies
are ail right. I toil other people about
them and how thev cured my little gjrl."
(Signed) Mrs. Minnie Clutter, Deer
Lick. Pa.. Aug. 20. 1810.
Cuticura Remedies afford ths most
economical treatment for affections of
the akin and scalp of Infants, children
and adults. Bold throughout the world.
Potter Drug A Chein. Corp., sole props.,
139 Columbus Ave., Boston, Mass.
as-Mailed free, samples of Cuticura
Soap and Cuticura Ointment, with 32
page book on the care and treatment
of ths skis and scalp.
' A great many so-called remedies for Contagions Blood Poison
are composed almost entirely of strong mineral ingredients. They
seem to be compounded with the idea that one poison will coun
teract another provided the stomach and delicate portions of the
system can withstand the effects of the strong treatment. These
concoctions are intended to kill the poison in the system. In this
article we want to tell yon of S. S. S., a purely vegetable remedy
for Contagious Blood Poison, a medicine that not only cures the
disease, but one which from the first dose has a fine tonic effect
upon the stomach and the entire system. Nor does S. S. S. attempt
to kill the germs within the system, but cures by REMOVING
them from the blood which is absolutely the only way to cure
It docs not require any argument to "establish the fact that a blood
disease can be cured only by a blood purifier; every one will admit the
truthfulness of this statement The question of most importance there
fore is, what medicine has proven by actual results its superiority as a
blood purifier? We claim this distinction for S. S. S., and offer as proof
the fact that for more than forty years it has been sold under this claim
and the demand for it has steadily increased, and we have thousands
of testimonials from cured patients from all parts of the country.
Contagious Blood Poison, as the name implies, is an infectious
blood taint which may be communicated from one person to another.
Its virus is of a most insidious nature, multiplying from an insignificant
germ in the blood, until it becomes a thorough systemic poison. Its
first symptom is usually a tiny sore or pimple, but it rapidly spreads,
and in a short while the entire body gives evidence of the poison in the
blood. The mouth and throat ulcerate, glands in the groin swell, the
hair begins to come out, copper-colored splotches appear on the body,
and frequently running sores and ulcers break out on the flesh.
-, A condition of such serious nature requires proper treatment
Not only must the disease be driven out, but the system which has
been weakened by the ravages f
of the ooison, must be built up
before health can be restored.
S. S. S. CURES CONTAGIOUS
BLOOD POISON BY PURIFYING
THE BLOOD. It goes into the
circulation and removes the last
trace of the infectious virus, acts
with fine tonic effect on the
stomach, bowels, kidneys and
all portions of the system, and
thus makes a perfect as well as
lasting cure. S.S.S. is made
entirely of roots, herbs and
barks, each of which has a spe
cific action on the system. Not
a particle of mineral of any kind
enters into the composition of
this preat medicine. S. S. S. is
perfectly safe for any one to take, and instead of upsetting the stomach
as mineral medicines do, it tones up this important member and makes
digestion easy. Thousands have cured themselves of Contagious
Blood Poison by the use of S. S. S., and if you will write and request
it we will send you, without charge, a Home Treatment Book, which
will give you all necessary information for curing yourself at your own
home, we will also give you free any special medical advice you ask for.
S. S. S. cures by making pure, healthy blood Nature's real remedy.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, OA.
S.S.S. CURED HIM.
X was affile! ted with a terrible blood
disease, which was In spots at first,
but afterwards spread all over my
body. These soon broke out into
sores, and It is easy to Imagine tha
Buffering I endured. Before I became
convinced that fhs dootora could do
me no good I had spent a hundred
dollars, which was really thrown
away. I then tried various patent
medfolnes. bnt they did not reach tha
disease. When I had finished my
first bottle of S. S. 8. 1 was greatly
improved, and waa delighted with
the result. The large red splotches
on my ohest began to a-rowpaler and
smaller, and before long disappeared
entirely. I regained my lost weight,
beoame stronger and my appetite
Sreatly improved. I waa soon en
rely well, and my skin, as dear aa
a pleos of glass.
H. L. MEYEK3.
68 Clinton St., Ntwark, X. J.
lief light vessel No. 92. No. 88 will be
given an overhauling. Commander El
licott, lighthouse inspector, planning to
have her cleaned and painted and the
machinery gene over, while there will
probably be miscellaneous repairs on
deck. Some of her company were
transferred at sea to No. 92 and she
reached port with a skeleton crew.
Movements of Vessels.
PORTLAND. April IX Sailed Steamer
Breakwater, for Coos Bay: steamer Ova. W.
Klder. for Kan roro and way ports: British
bark Oweanae, tor Queenatown or Falmouth.
Astoria. Or.. April IX Condition at the
mouth of the rlwr at 6 P. M., smooth: wind,
northwest, 20 miles; weather, partly cloudy.
Arrived at 11:45 A. M. French bark Mare
chal de Castries, from Dublin, via Hobart.
Balled at 2 P. H. Steamer North Kins, tor
Kan Kranclaco. April 1. Sailed at IS noon
Steamer Koaa City, for Ban Pedro. 6alled
last nlnht Su-amrr Maverick, for Portland.
Yokohama. April 12. Arrived ycaterday
British tamer Kumeric. from Portland.
Ban Kranclaco. April 12. Arrived steam,
era Nmnn Smith, from Coo Bay: Yosemlte.
from HHIIniham: Tahoe. from Oraya Har-
bor. Sailed Steamers Wilhelmlns. for Hon
olulu: Persia, for Hongkong; Tallac. for
Puset Sound: Buckman. for Seattle; ship
Tatoosh. April 12. Passed In at T A. M.
Norwrdan steamer Skog-stad, from Portland,
for Comox and Delagoa Bay.
Klnsale. April 12. Passed yesterday
British ship Kirkcudbrightshire, from Port
land, for Queenstown.
Seattle. Wash.. April 12. Arrived Steam
ship Jefferson, from Bkag-way; steamer Col.
E. I Drake, from San Francisco; steamers
Adirtral Sampson. Watson, from Tacoma;
steamer Govurnor. from Everett; schooner
Luzon, from San Francisco: schooner A. O.
Coats, from San Pedro; steamer Alaskan,
f-om Sallna Crus; steamer Bee. from Ban
Francisco. 8alled Schooner Fanny Dutard,
for Berloe- Sea.
Yokohama. April 12. Arrived previously
Mongolia, from San Francisco; Suverlc, from
Port Said. April 12. Arrived Titan, from
Liverpool, for Tacoma.
Honskong. April 11. Arrived previously
Asia, from San Francisco; Chicago Maru,
from Tacoma; Strathlyn, from Portland. Or.
Hongkong. April 12. Sailed Empress of
China, lor Vancouver.
Tides at Astoria Thursday.
0-4 A. M.....8 feet'T:1G A. M 0.5 foot
1:14 P. M 8.0 feet!T:22 F. M 1.7 fuel
DR. A. G. SMITH
I CONFINE MY
PROF. DR. EHRLICH'S
Indicated in the Worst Form of Blood Diseases,
Eruptions, Sores, Ulcers, Etc, Also in Threat
ened and Early Paralysis, Epilepsy,
All other treatment for Allmenta of the Blood have been slow, hap
hazard, and never positive, often bringing about conditions worse than
ths original ailment. "608" acts immediately. It ls administered only
once, and the aymptoms begin to d'sappear within 12 hours. Dr. Julius
j Metzler. of the John D. Rockefeller Institute, says: "Only scientific
men can Imagine what a marvelous discovery this Is. It Is beyond be
lief what it will do." "608" (also known as SALVARSAN) was discov
ered by Prof. Ehrlich, of Frankfort. A. M., physician to the German
mperor. after six hundred and five other experiments hence given the
I hare personally administered this new remedy and know Its power.
I have a full supply of "60S" on hand, made In the German laboratories,
and Imported In the original tubes. I make all required blood tests, and
am thoroughly conversant with tha technique of preparing and admin
istering ths treatment, which I will gladly explain to all Interested.
A. G. SMITH M. D.
2344 MORRISON ST, CORXER SECOND.
Here Is an Opportunity for Any Man to
Be Cured Easily, Quickly and Permanently
NO MAN should suffer the loss of that vitality which render, life worth Hying; or 1ohh8IN5r
T T b. "LaW th. risk! ktof tf ta.t.nt. Com. 1. J .ttK.; u.yug. ny th.d.
' FIRST WARNINGS OF DANGER
When Ton are first aware of ny disease or debility upon
yotrr vitality, then you Should procure the proper medical ad
vice and treatment without delay. Ym will secure to yourself
that health, success and enjoyment of bfe which la every man a
lot, whose bright and steady eyes clear and healthy skin, ac
tive brain, congenial make-up and physical development show
that no contaminating influences of disease are devastating his
system, that no mental, moral or physical debility making
his life a miserable fail ore.
MY TREATMENT AND DIAGNOSIS
I do not treat symptoms. I treat and cure the ailment be
hind the symptoms. If the case presents even the slightest
feature upon which I have a doubt, or if I recognise incurable
complications, I positively refuse treatment. I would rather
give up my practice than indulge in either guesswork or make
believe cures. I have devoted years of earnest and conscien
tious endeavor to the uursvelment of some of the most perplex
ing problems that ever confronted the profession, and believe
,that I have attained the limit of medical possibilities in my par
ticular branch of practice. I have brought to light the true
nature of men's ailments and the causes of the symptoms they
present. In addition I have by the scientific blending of drugs
produced remedies that meet every condition that it seems pos
sible to cure. There is no cause to hesitate. Consultation costs
nothing, and I will not offer my services unless I can euro you.
BIT Orlftoal and Exclusive Treatment for Men's Ailments Has Been Proven In Numbers of Instances When
Success Has Seemed Impossible Before. Information That Is of Vital Interest to
Every Sufferer Tree. How They Can Be Cured Without Eioperimentiri.
Have Ton Violated the Laws of Health?
Corrrect Medical Methods for the Permanent Cure of Blood Aflments,
Piles and All Bladder and Kidney Ailments.
NOT A DOLLAR NEED
BE PAID UNTIL CURED
Medicine furnished from my own laboratory for
the convenience and privacy of my patients, from
81. GO to 88.60 a course.
Hon I A. H. tt 8 P. M. Snadars txes
IS re IS.
Consultation and lamination. If
you cannot call writ for fr
elf-axamlnation blank and book.
Many caaea cured at noma.
ST, LOUIS MEDICAL' CO.
230V2 Yamhill St.
Men. does your
satisfy you? Has
he made good all
his promises? Has
cured you. or
you? Or. If he has
failed, after a fair
trial, to accom
plish the cure for
which you paid
him. has he re
money? These are
questions, all im
portant queBiiuiin, , ( .
which every patient should ask him
self. If you are getting along all
right under the treatment you are
now taking, we say stick to your
physician, for he is probably doing
his best for you. and may ultimately
bring about the result you desire.
Our object Is not so much to do the
work that other doctors can do, but
rather to do that which they cannot
do. What we solicit in particular is
obstinate cases within our specialty,
cases which general practitioners
and alleged specialists have treated
and failed to cure; cases which have
been agferavated and made worse by
various forms of inferior treatment.
Other physician may treat men, but
we cure them, cure them to remain
cured, and this we are prepared to
prove to the entire satisfartion of
any man sincerely Interested. If
your case Is curable the
system of MAN - BUILDING treat
ment will give you immediate bene
flc and a quick and lasting cure.
There ls no uncertainty about it.
No risk to run. Our gurantee -J.O
MONEY REQUIRED UNTIL. SATIS
FIED Is your absolute protection.
We cannot tell you in this an
nouncement all we would like to,
but will fully and freely explain our
proven methods to all ailing men
who come to ue for the help they
elsewhere, honestly investigate our
nroven methods. You will then under
I,.,! hu eaally we cure all curable
?.sm of VARICOSE VEIXS. SPECIFIC
HIOOD POISON, KKKVO.VITAL DE
BILITY, OBSTRUCTIONS BLADDER
and KIDNEY troubles, CONTRACTED
ailments, HIPTIHB, PILES and all
n n&l yuu if ' -
to us and get It. Once under our
treatment, you will quickly realize
how simple a thing it Is to get well
in the hands of a specialist who
knows his business. Our cures add
not only years to life, but life to
vears. Office hours, daily 9 to 6.
evening, 7 to 8; Sunday, 10 to 1
DR. GREEN CO.
32 washlaa-toa St, Portland, Or.
can be depended npon to relieve Sore Throat.
Hoanencn, Coughing1 Spells and all tuns' affee
tiona. They hav. done this for half a century.
Absolutely harmless contain no opistes.
Price, 25c, 50c and $1.00. Sample free
John I. Brown St Son Boaton. Mass.
I Cure Men Quickly
Men who were drooping and declining
In spirit and body are being brought
back to youthful vigor, full-blooded
health and strength again by the
marvelous methods that have grown
out of mv 30 years of study and treat
ment of "every form of masculine ali
ment. I am making men well and
whole. I am doing what no other spe
cialist can do for men. When all others
fail I cure, because my practice has
been wider, my experience more varied,
because my knowledge is more perfect.
What r am doing for others I will do
for you. Just the effort of calling at
my office and. without spending one
cent, have a confidential chat with me.
The Old Reliable Specialist.
Corner Alder and Second streets. En
trance 12814 Second street, Portland,
Or. Office hours 9 A. M. to I F, M,
Sunday. 10 A. M. to 1 P. M.
A WARNING TO MANY
Some Interesting Facts Re
garding Health Statistics.
Few people realize to what extent
their health depends upon the condi
tion of the kidneys.
The physician in nearly all cases of
serious illness, makes a chemical
analysis of the patient's urine. He
knows that unless the kidneys are do
ing their work properly, the other
organs cannot be brought back to
health and strength.
When the kidneys are neglected or
abused in any way, serious results are
sure to follow. According to health
statistics, Brighfs disease, which is
really an advanced form of kidney
trouble, caused nearly ten thousand
deaths in 190 In the State of New York
alone. Therefore, It behooves us to pay
more attention to the health of these
most Important organs.
An Ideal herbal compound that haa
had remarkable success as a kidney
remedy is Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root,
the great Kidney, Liver and Bladder
The mild and healing Influence of
this preparation ls soon realized.. It
stands the highest for Its remarkable
record of cures.
If you feel that your kidneys require
attention, and wish a sample bottle,
write to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Blnghamton,
N. Y. Mention this paper and they
will gladly forward it to you absolute
ly free, by mall.
Swamp-Root is sold by every drug
gist In bottles of two sizes 60c and
11.00. ; .
This is a common ailment and trou
ble breeder at this time of the year
and one which should receive prompt
and determined treatment. A yellow
skin, coated tongue, thin blood, lack
of energy for business or pleasure
all are indications that your liver is
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the most dependable and permanent
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by correcting increases the flow of
bile into the bowels to a healthy, nor
mal standard and prevents any ob
struction of the circulation in the liver,
thus toning up and bringing to a con
dition of perfect harmony all the or
gans of the body.
Warner's Safe Cure is made from
the fresh juices of plants and medicinal
roots gathered at the proper season in
various quarters of the globe. Men
skilled In pharmacy and chemistry
compound It. Put up In 50c. and 1.00
sizes and sold by druggists everywhere.
In diseases pf the liver the bowels
are usually constipated on account ot
the flow of bile being lessened. You
should take Warner's Safe Pills, pure
ly vegetable.' absolutely free from In
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They do not gripfe or leave any bad
after effects. 25 cents a package.
If you have never tried Warner's
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ls that you mention The Oregonian
when writing Warner's Safe Cure Co.,
Rochester, N. Y.
Is Our Fee
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