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MORNING OREGON! AN.' TUESDAY,
19 - , . I .
i ' I I THE .
HIGH WATER IS DUE
Both Columbia and Willamette
BUOYS TO BE REMOVED
Lighthouse) Tender Heather Is Or
dered to Tke X'p KlTer Marks
tntU Freshet Kccede, Stor
ing at Tongue Point.
Indications of a rise In the Colombia
River and a consequent Increase In the
Willamette, due to backwater." ara
sufficiently strong to cause the light
bouse tender Heather to be ordered
here to begin the work of removing
from the channel all rlrer buoys. They
will be stored at the Tongue Point
buoy station until the freshet recedes.
As the buoys are anchored so as to
float naturally at ordinary stages of
water, they prove a menace to naviga
tion if left during freshets, being sub
merged because the length of mooring
chain does not permit them to rise
with the Increased flow and vessels
would be endangered by their pres
ence. Their removal does not leave the
river without navigation aids, as there
are post and range lights to mark the
road after dark, and as there ts an
abundance of water at freshet stages
the problem of avoiding shallow water
la eliminated. '
Captain Hooghirk. master of the
steamer Iralda. reports, that the river
has risen so that it Is necessary for
him to signal for the opening of the
Steel bridge draw, which has not been
done this season. The Iralda was so
constructed that she can pass beneath
the structure at all but the high stages
and for that reason her smokestack Is
about four feet too short to get the
best results, thereby Increasing her
consumption of fuel, but her skipper
estimates that the short stack reim
burses the company for the additional
fuel, as she Is able to escape the delay
Incident to opening the draw.
The liver stood at S.J here yesterday
and 10 feet is regarded as the flood
stage, but the rising water Is more ap
parent in the Columbia than Willam
ette, because of the current. At We
natchee It was IS feet and at The.
I'allfS 13.4 feet.
The Heather will not begin the re
moval of buoys until some of her fur
nishings are renovated. After deliver
ing the buoys In the lower harbor she
will be boarded by Commander Elllcott.
who will Inspect all post lights be
tween Astoria and Portland. This will
require about three days.
SMTGGM.XG XOT ATTEMPTED
Oriental Goods for Portland Icllv
ered After Duty Is Paid.
Reports from Astoria that the smug
gling of a suit of silk pajamas and a
smail quantity of unmade silk was at
tempted by persons aboard the Oriental
liner Henrik Ibeen. are denied here, and
Custom-Houae officials say that the pack
age referred to. addressed to F. A. Aiken.
U on the manifest, and there are others
forwarded to Portland residents on which
dnty has been paid and delivery author
ised. There was one Instance here in
which a member of the Chinese' crew
sought lo sell a few silk handkerchiefs
to a visitor on the vessel, but he was
prevented and the prospective purchaser
It Is said that as the Ibsen was about
to sail from Honrkong one of the Chi
nese was apprehended smuggling six
boxes of opium aboard. English police
mad the discovery and the luckless
Celestial was hustled ashore. Compara
tively little trouble has been met with
by local Custom-House officers In keep
ing down smuggling on the Portland A
Asiatic fleet, but often there la silk or
other contraband articles aboard that
are Intended for friends of officers, and
under the law they must be entered on
the list of ship's stores or manifest so
that duty can be collected.
Pl'GET SOCXD LIXE REVIVED
Owners of FaJrhaven Want Assur
ances of Ixx-al Business.
Owners of the steamer Falrhaven.
which yesterday finished discharging 817
tone of cement at Supple's dock, are en
deavoring to revive patronage In a Port-land-Pug't
Sound line, and wholesalers
were yesterday solicited by Captain H.
Poulsen to ship via the steamer to ports
on the northern harbor. The vessel mill
remain a few days If prospects are en
couraging for cargo, as she will have to
sail north in any event to load lumber
for San Francisco.
The Fairf.aven Is regularly on the San
Francisco-Pug't Bound run. carrying ce
ment north and loading baca with lum
ber, but It Is contemplated to load ce
ment for Portland In the future If local
business can be established between this
port and Puget Sound. Considerable
freight moves by rail to Seattle and Ta
coma. with smaller shipments to neigh
boring cities, but attempts made In the
past to secure sufficient trade to warrant
maintaining a regular water schedule
have proved unprofitable. Captain Poul
sen la endeavoring to secure support for
the construction of a large steel schooner
with sufficient capacity to compare wtth
the larger coasters, and believes such a
ship would be a paying Investment.
PACIFIC TRAGEDY RECALLED
Max on Paget Sound Soon After
Deatii of Captain Hall.
Through the presence on Puget
Sound of the French bark Max and the
recent death here of Captain Andrew
Hall, the loss of the steamer WeJla
Walla, of the Pacific Coast Steamship
Company's fleet, which was struck
by the Max at 4:10 o'clock the morning
of Friday. January 3. 1902. 11 miles
from Mendlclno. Is recalled. The Walla
Walla was operating on the Puget
Sound-San Francisco run In company
wtth the Umatilla and City tt Puebla
and was northbound at the time of
While Captain Hall was roaster of
the vessel. Second Officer F. Lapp was
on watch and had gone to the pilot
house to make an entry In the log and
the lookout reported a flare light,
bat It was not seen again. The mate
was on his way to awaken the cap
tain when there was a crash and the
Max's bow struck the steamer on the
port aide, cutting Into her and toward
the captain's room. The Walla Walla
sank In 35 minutes and the name of
the French bark was not known, her
nationality being established through
tne excited jabbering of her sailors,
but she stood away In the darkness
without rendering aid. The steamer
Despatch, well known here, picked up
41 survivors and with others saved,
the loss of life was reduced to 40 per
sons. Captain Hall was the last to
leave the steamer and was picked up
on a raft.
Oleum at San Francisco.
Reedy for bar new service as a tank
er in the I'nlon Oil Company's fleet, the
steamer Oleum, formerly the double
end dredger Thomas, has arrived at San
Francisco from Philadelphia and Is dis
charging a hardware cargo here. She
will come here shortly to complete un
loading. The vessel Is to ply In the
Coast oil trade. She cost the company
originally $325,000 and considerable
was spent on converting her Into a tank
ship. She baa a capacity of 14.000 bar
rels and the Union's fleet can handle a
total of 502,(50 barrels.
Orders were issued yesterday for
towing the schooner Lottie Bennett,
which arrived from the South Sunday,
to Rainier, where she will load lumber.
r..nt.in ueirriikls. will succeed Captain
ftordon this week as master of the O.
W. R. & N. steamer Elmore, as the lat
ter Is to leave shortly for Alaska, where
he spends a part of each season navi
Another large-list of steerage pass
engers1 will be carried South tomorrow
Dee te Arrive.
Xsme. From. - Data
H.nr k Ibsen.. .Honlcong....ln po
Fear Pan Pdre.... In port
Anrl. Jiajidon. ..... In port
Sue H. Elmore Tillamook.... In port
Kunok. Bopmr.... n Pr
PimClir P Pedro
lioldsn date... Tillamook
Breakwater.. ..Coos Bar.
Co. W. Elder. .Fan Pedro
Filcoa ...n Freneisee
Beaver... San Pdr. ... May
ekedoled te Depart.
Aatll Bandoo. ..... May
Fu H. Elinors Til Is moo.... star
Roanoke San Pedro... May
Bear. ......... Sao Pedro. ...May
Henlk Ibsen.. Honskong. ... May
Golden Gate. ..Tillamook.... May
Xlreskatr....Coos Bay..... May
Ross City. .....fan Pedro. ...May
Aulan-s Eureka May
Cso. vtr. Elder. .sn Pedro. .. May
Falcon Fan Francisco May
Bearer Eaa Pedro. ...May
on the steamer Bear, and steamship
men. are unable to account for the In
crease In that class of travel, which
usually jnoves heavily only In the FalL
, Repairs to her winch having been
necessary because of damage sustained
while she was loading lumber at Linn
ton, the German ship Wilhelmine's in
tended departure today for London has
been postponed until tomorrow.
Her painting baring been finished,
the French bark Marechal de Castries
was floated from the Oregon Drydock
at noon yesterday and shifted to the
Centennial dock, where repairs will be
completed on deck. She has not been
About 80 passengers left for Coos
Bay yesterday on the steamer Break
water, which sailed on her first voyage
on Summer schedule and was the Initial
steamer to depart from -the new addi
tion to Alnsworth dock, which will be
used hereafter In conjunction with the
Machinery has been Installed in the
passenger yacht Bayocean at Supple's
yards arsrl It Is Intended to complete her
as far as possible before the launch
ing. Under the contract she ts to be
ready June 1. and a large force Is en
gaged In the construction work so as
to Insure no delay.
Her repairs having been completed,
the British tramp Queen Alexandra
sailed Sunday from San Francisco for
Shanghai. When en route from the
river, lumber laden, she struck several
times crossing oat. the skipper Insist
ing on going to sea at low water des
pite warning of pilots.
Following a visit to San Francisco,
where he was detailed to Join a board
of engineers to pass on officers taking
examination for advancement. Major
J. J. Morrow returned to the city yes
terday and will leave this morning to
Inspect work under way on the Celllo
Regardless of the chances for sav
ing freight carried to Chlgnlk Bay by
the ship Jabes Howes, which went
ashore there and will be a total loss,
there has been a duplicate cargo as
sembled at Astoria to be loaded on
the ship Reure. which Is due from San
On her first voyage under the Olson
A Mahoney flag, the steamer Carlos
arrived yesterday and docked at Couch
street to discharge general cargo. She
Is In comand of Captain II. Peterson.
The vesel Is equipped with passenger
accommodation and haa wireless ap
paratus. She will proceed to Ray
mond to load lumber for San Francisco.
I. C. Hosford. agent for the Portland
Ic TUIamook Transportation Company,
Is being congratulated on a new sched
ule Issued to cover May sailings, which
provides for eight round voyages and
the time of arrival and departure Is so
reckoned that the steamer Oolden Gate
will have to ply with the regularity
of the Shasta Limited.
Entries at the Custom-House yester
day Included the British schooner David
Evans, from Osaka, with coal; steam
ers Falrhaven. Carlos and' Saginaw,
from San Francisco, In general cargo,
and the steamer Breakwater, from Coos
Bay. The Falrhaven cleared for Port
Ludlow, the Saginaw for South Bend.
Carlos for Raymond. Breakwater for
Coos Bay and Olson A Mahoney for
It was yesterday reported that IV. R.
Grace A Company had been awarded a
contract by the Government for sup
plying 8.000.000 feet of nr ties to the
Panama Canal Commlslon and the re
mainder of an order for 11.000.000 feet
was awarded In the East.' It Is thought
that the ties will be shipped from the
Columbia River on vessels of the Cali
fornia & Atlantic Steamship Company's
Movements of Vessels. '
PORTLAND. May 1 Sailed Steamer
Breakwater, for Coos Bay: steamer Gol
den Gate, for Tillamook; steamer 8aglna,
for South Bond.
Astoria. May L Condition at the month
of the river at i P. at., smooth: wind,
southeast 14 miles: weather, raining. Ar
rived at :Srt A. M. Schooner Little Ben
nett, from San Pedro. Sailed at 14:30 A.
M. Steamer W. & porter, for San Fran
cisco. Arrived down at 1:4S and sailed at
4 P. M. Steamer Breakwater, for Coos
San Francisco. .May 1. Sailed Ateamer
Aberdeen, for San Pedro. Sailed at 1 P.
M. Steainere Asuncion and Rose City, for
Cooe Bay. May 1. Arrived Steamer Al
liance, from Portland.
San Pedro. May 1. Arrived at 4 A. M.
Steamer Oeo. W. Elder, from Portland:
steamer Oeneral Hubbard, from Columbia
Tatoosa. May 1. Passed In Norwegian
steamer Sara, from Columbia River, for
Saa Francisco. Msy 1. Arrived Steam
ers Quinault. Ca.ro. from Wlllapa; Santa
Barbara, from Orers Harbor: Nann Smith,
from Coos Bay: Ashtabula, from Shanghai.
Sailed Steamers Coaster. Saa Jacinto, for
Grays Harbor: Virginian, for Honolulu via
Seattle aad Tacoma: schooner Ruth . God
frey, for Port Townsend.
New Tork. May 1 Arrived-Nleuw Am
sterdam, from Rotterdam.
I.aa Palmaa. April 20. Sailed 61 Got
bard. for Saa Francisco.
L erpooU April 30. Sailed PTotestllus,
Antwerp. April a. Balled To s ben. for
Naples. April .20. Sailed Venule, for
New York: April 30 America, for New
Seattle. May 1. Arrived Steamer Ad.
mlral Sampson, from Valdes: steamer City
of Seattle, from Skarway. Sailed Steamer
Northwestern, for Valdes; steamer Dolphin,
Tacoma. May 1. Departed Steamer At
las, for San Francisco.
' Tides at Astoria Taesday.
High. 1 Low.
3-44 A. M I t feet 1 H A. M -1.1 feet
4:14 P. M T.l fset:2 P. M 8.4 fset
Ability to read and write la now a suf
fraae reo.ulraro.ot in Port us aL
YARD TRADE HEAVY
Packers Free Buyers of Cattle
BOTH LINES ARE FIRM
Hogs Barely Hold Their Own Re
ceipts Are the) Largest In Week
and the Supply Is Entire
ly Cleaned Vp.
Business opened up briskly at the stock
yards yesterday after the lull of last deek.
Offerings were heavy, amounting to nearly
4000 bead, but tha active demand practi
cally cleaned up the yards. Cattla and
sheep ruled Arm, but hogs wire bsrely
Several large bunches of ca'.tls were
moved during the day. One lot of 312 steers
sold at $6.73 and several loads went at
86.80. A few head brought $7. Bulls and
cows sold at the usual prices.
Wethers ware sold at f. and 13.25 and
ewee" bad a range of 11.50 to $4.73. Lambs
sen at 83.30.
The best price paid tor hogs waa $7.24,
which is regarded as the top of the market
for 100 to 180-panl w-Mjeits. On hogs
weighing 200 pounds and up the txtiema
quotation is $6.50.
Receipts for the two days wen tS3 csttle,
21 calves. 2763 sheep, 198 hogs and 13
horses and mules.
Shippers of the stock were V. J. Phillips,
Jefferson, 3 cars of cattle and calves;
George Kraus, Oakland. 1 car of sheep; H.
L. Friday. Gateway. cars of cattle; George
Mayborn. Galewood. Ill- 1 car of horses;
Johnson Turner. Twin Falls. Idaho, 1 car
of horses; D. J. Dixon. Willows. Cel.. 4 cars
of sheep; J. W. Hunt. Willows. 3 cars of
sheep: J. W. Moran. Anaconda, Mont., 13
cars of cattle; L. Rickard. Ontario, 1 car of
hogs; R. N. Stanfleld. Stanfleld. 1 car of
sheep; W. B. Kurts. The Dalles. 1 car of
hogs: J. L. Cox. Eaton. Idaho, 5 cars of
cattle: W. B. Milks, Nampa, 1 car of catr
tie: C S. Walker. Huntlngtoa. 6 cars of
cattle; Fred Breutle. Shoshone, Idaho, 1
car of hogs; Land Reclaiming Operating
Company. Gooding. Idaho, 3 cars of sheep,
end F. B. McCully, Joseph, 2 cars of sheep.
The day's sales were as follows:
16 hogs 1" $7 23
1 hog 8'0 0 SO
3 hogs 1'T 7.-3
1 hogs 824 65
1 hog "" B-B0
41 ewe. 112 J
214 wethers ' a
2:t wethers 1 6.00
25 Sheep J"
4 steers S'8';
7 cow HIS
1 cow J-0
1 bull 1210 8-25
1 bull 1SIK -25
1 bull 1700 5-2
.leers " T 00
5 steer. '
1 ,,eer 1H0 "00
T steer. I loon J .?
loo steers i-"7 5 .
22 steer IJ 25
::::::::::::::::::: iS $
1 su-er l'-0
"1 IteerS H23
4 IteeTs 12M. 7.00
I-? .leers 12
n" HZ -
250 lambs " 0 ..0
134 lamb ?"
Prices current on the var:us classes of
stock at the Portland Union Stockyards
were as follows: Mnal.u
Prime grain-fed ateers $.75 $7.00
Prime hay-fed ateera i"J "
Choice steers ?rr "?XX
Good to -cbo.ee steers 5..lg 00
.lr to good steers J-WW I
Common steers !. S'soS Sou
prime cows I ,,S a us
Hood to choice cows .uog g.ij
Fair to good cows I'lf.X T-
Poor cow. i'i,!: a'ii
Choice belters J-'J
Choice bulls J-'" J V?
Good to choice bulls 4.0U .,
Choice llht calves II?'?
Good to choice Hint calves 7.50 w 7..J
FaVto medium light calve. T.oow . 50
Choice stags 5 ,2 aiJ
Good to choice atags 4.50 a.til
Hoe" f 009 T 23
goor.oh"bvJ.c;--hV.-v,-:::::::::: J.JS5 IS
""""Vl 6.000 -U9
sfocJT no,.-::::::: I 7
OramEd" wether heavy 4-04 3.00
S&j. '''r.r. 5.00O 5-50
g;to;rn phi::: JSJ ig
flood to choice shorn owes...... S-d" J-O0
Choice wool lambs, grain-fed .... 0.50$ ft.13
Good to choice wool iambs, grain
Choice Vnornambi'g'raln-fed... ft.iliw 644
Good to choice .born lamb, run
F.rAo'gook iamba grain fed.... 4 759 V2.
The following' quotation's' represent prlaej
.- this market for the different cUsiea of
horses- Drafters, extra heavy. IWOOS00;
Sraf"rs. 1?0 io 1700 lbs.. 313nr350; dr.ft
1200 to 1400 lbs. 31002iO; chunks.
8404J150; plugs, 10tJ40: driving horses. $.8
and up: saddle horses. 36Q and up.
Chicago Livestock Markets.
CHTCAOO. May 1. Cattle Receipts, esti
mated. 22.OO0; market, slow snd generally
steady. Beeve.s. 3i.OO43: Texas steers.
146043.30: Western steers. 34.8085.tO.
stociirs and feeders. 3405.45: cows and
heeWSiowB-C: calves. 34. 25 W 6,00.
Hon-Receipts, estimated. 63.0OO: m-rket.
lsT toiS lower. Llsht. 85.706.03: mixed.
$5 70? 6 0O-. heavy. $5.53 S 3.90; rough 83 5j
V3 70: good to choice heavy. 3o.. 06.95;
diss 35.3..: bulk ol sales. $3.85 66.
kJKecelpta, estimated. 22.000; mar
ket steady. Native. $H 6 4.60: Western. $3.28
4o: yarllnss. $4.0 5,15- lambs, native,
.4;i 3 4.10; Western, $4. .a 6.13.
Dulath Flag Market,
nrtrm May 1. Flax on track and to
arrive 8ils: May. 32.54 bid; July. $2.53;
September. 82.04 bid.
1 D. Van Buren. a Roseburg rancher.
Is at the Cornelius.
J. A. Moreland. an attorney of Salem.
Is at the Cornelius. .
MV. T. Rlgdon. a business man of Sa
lem,' la at the Imperial.
TV. IL Goodenough. orcnardist of Hood
River. Is at the Cornelius.
R. C. Keeney, real estate man of Ey
gene. Is at the Oregon.
p w. Waters, real estate man of Sa
lem'. Is at the Imperial.
P M. Boyer. Insurance ma not San
Francisco, Is at the Oregon.
V D. Williamson, a real estate man of
Spokane. Is at the Bowers.
L. Berland, a harness dealer of Enter
prise. Or., la at the Imperial.
J. H. Haner, real estate man of Prlne
vlHe, la staying- at the Perkins.
O C Sether. mining mnn of Glendale,
Or..' Is registered at the Oregon.
S. 8. Knudson, a business man of Spo
kane, Is staying at the Ienox.
E. P. Ash, general' merchant of Stev
enson. Wash.. Is at the Imperial.
J. E. Miller, a dairyman of Amity. Or.,
and Mrs. Miller are staying at the
' W. J. Kerr, of Corvallls, president of
Oregon Agricultural College, Is at the
T. W. B. Smith, of Corvallls, dealer in
agricultural Implements, is registered at
A. C. Wheeler, Postmaster and super
intendent of a sawmill at Hall. Wash., Is
at the Imperial.
Leslie Butler, president of the Butler
Banking Company of Hood River, Is reg
istered at the! Perkins.
'Frederick Ward e and E. C. Wards, ap
pearing at the Helllg Theater this week
In "Julius Caesar," are staying; at the
Mr. and Mrs. John F. Logan have re
turned from a three weeks' trip through
California. They went as far south as
Tla Juana, Mex.
SAX FRAXCISCO. May 1. (Special.)
Portland arrivals at the Palace Hotel
today were: F. N. Avlney. Mrs. Laur
ence H. Knapp. H. M. Nabery, W. F.
Lewis. S. B. Llnthlcum, J. W. Ganong,
Mrs. Charles E. Daunt, J. H. Crane, A.
CHICAGO, Mry 1. (Special.) Port
land arrivals at Chicago hotels today
At the Congress, Ralph Blaldsell; at
the LaSalle. A. P. Spauldlng.
NEWS AGEXT COMPIiAIXS THAT
STREET ItEXT IS EXACTED.
Pnsh-Cart Owner Alleges Perkins
Proprietors Take Money for ,
Demand for the arrest of the managers
of the Perkins Hotel on a charge of
obtaining money by false pretense, was
made, at the office of the District At
torney yesterday by Paul Polsky, a news
merchant, who alleged that he had paid
the hotel people $150 for the privilege of
standing In front of the hotel.
Deputy District 'Attorney Fitzgerald,
to whom the matter was referred, ex
pressed doubt as to the possibility of
establishing the case in court, and rec
ommended a civil suit, which Attorney
Long, acting for Polsky, said he would
file at once.
Young Polsky is the proprietor of a
push cart, which has stood In the gutter
in front of the hotel for three years.
He said that In that time he had built
up a business valued at $300 to $s00. A
few days ago, he said, an employe of
the hotel came out. demanded rent and
gave him notice that he would have to
Polsky carried the matter to Police
Commissioner Slchel, who directed the
police to see that the stand was not oc
cupied by anyone else. Sergeant Riley
executed the commission and has for
bidden the hotel management to sell the
privilege to another news vendor. Polsky
said that he paid $20 a month in the
Summer and $10 In the Winter. During
a few months he had been allowed the
use of a part of the basement, but most
of his payments were outright for the
use of the street, he declared.
Opinion lias been expressed by attor
neys that tho merchants who charge
rents for the use of the streets In front
of their places of business are liable to
the city, the real owner of the property,
in a criminal action for larceny by bailee,
but the one w..o pays the rent, having
received what he paid for. Is not en
titled to bring this action.
Commissioner Slchel announced recent
ly that he would take action against all
leaseholders who collect rent for the
use of the city streets, a many com
plaints had reached him of this nature.
Virtually, all of the many vendors, auto
mobile drivers, expressmen and even
blind musicians, seen on the street cor
ners, pay high rents for the privilege,
it Is said, and when the police attempt
to break up congestion of traffic they
are confronted with this fact. So far as
possible the police will combat the al
leged evil under the general authority
to prevent obstruction" of traffic and the
special provision -forbidding blocking the
access to any fire hydrant.
British Tramp at South Bend.
SOUTH BEND. Wash., May 1. (Spe
cial.) The British tramp steamer Aner
ly. Captain Mace, carrying 1,000.000
feet of lumber taken on at San Fran
cisco, crossed the Willapa Harbor Bar
at half tide yesterday afternoon and
sailed on up to this port without trou
ble or accident. The ship will load
2.000.000 feet at this place, 1.000,000
feet of whlSh will come from Raymond,
and sail for Melbourne, Australia.
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my office. I am the most success
ful and reliable, as medical cre
dentials and press records prove.
I make this statement so that you
sail know you consult a true spe
cialist, who sees and treats pa
tients personally. I possess skill
ind experience, acquired in such a
say that no other can share, and
ihould not be classed with medical
companies. It is impossible for
a medical company to attend col
lege. Companies have no diplomas
or license to practice medicine in
Oregon or any other state. Medi
cal companies usually are named
after a doctor. A portrait, whose
personality and identity are in
definite, is selected and published
as the legitimate specialist of the
office. Hired substitutes, ordinary
doctors with questionable ability,
give consultation, examination
WRITTEX GUARANTEE! Dr. Smith's wrltten V'nT. ? nr Vafund
or no pay for services. I guarantee to cure certa aHirnts or r sfund
every dollar you have paid me for r''-.''"7"
nothlna- unless I cure your Varlcosw Veins, Hernia, Piles. Fistula, Blooa
PoiJonfor any ailment! guarantee to . cure. My terms are reasonable
and no more than you are able and willing to pay for benents.
Office hours A. M. to $ P. M. Sundays, 10 A. M. to 1 P. M.
Dr. A. G. Smith
Piles, Fistula &
17 Years of Success in Treating Men Cures Guaranteed or No Pay
Maay Caaea Permanently Cored In OJTE TREATMENT. Moat Time
Bavlns. Moat Natural. Moat Sate. No Detention from Occwpatlow, Fam
ily or Home. A Radical and Permanent Cure. I Will titve 500 te Any
Charity as a Guarantee Tkat Every Statement 1b Thla Asasnacemest la
I cure rapidly, painlessly and at email expense. I will demonstrate
actual results in your case. I will give conclusive evidence of my merit
which Is obtained and maintained by ability. I Invite you to come to
my office. I will explain my treatment for Hernia, Piles, Fistula, Vari
cose Veins, Pelvic, Verve as. Blood, Kidney and Bladder Diseases. I will
give you free a physical examination: If necessary, a microscopical and
chemical analysis of secretions to determine existing pathological and
bacteriological conditions. Every person should take advantage of this
opportunity to learn their true condition. Certainty of cure la what you
A thorough investigation should be made by every ailing person as to
the specialist he consults. Duty and destiny to self and those who de
pend upon you demand the best medical attention. I have the ability
and can give you this service. 1 have always charged a very reasonable
fee. o that my services may be obtained by any man who sincerely de
sires to be cured. I make no misleading statements or unbusinesslike
propositions: neither do I desire to be particularly Independent, and I
would like to have you for a patient. If you will come to me on a
strictly professional baels, and the Inducements that I offer, whloh are
my ability and 80 years' successful experience, time-saving treatment
and guarantee of cure of certain diseases.
WE CTBlt BT NEW SCIENTIFIC METHODS WHICH CANNOT FAIL
BLOOD 4.ND SKIN AILMENTS, SERVE WEAKNESS, VARICOSE OR
KNOTTED VEINS, OBSTRUCTIONS, SORES, ULCERS, SWOLLEN
GLANDS, PILES, KIDNEY AND BLADDER TROUBLES AND ALL DIS
EASES COMMON TO MEN. '
We are permanently located. Incorporated and licensed under the
laws of Oregon.
. MEN. IF IN TROUBLE, CONSTXT TJS TO DAT. If you cannot call,
write for free book and self-examination blank. Many cases cured at
home. Hours A. M. to S P. M. Sundays, 10 to 12.
OREGON MEDICAL INSTITUTE
ni4 MORRI90X ST, BET. FOURTH AND FIFTH, PORTLAND, OR.
30 YEARS A SPECIALIST.
COME AND CONSULT US FREE OF ALL CHARGE.
THE OLD RELIABLE SPECIALIST. -Corner
Alder and Second streets. Entrance 128 Second street Portland,
Or Office hours 9 A. M. to 8 P. M. Sundays, 10 A. M. to 1 P. M.
Hernia, Blood Poison
No Detention From Occupation
Family or Home
NO SEVERE OPERATIONS, '
MANT CASES PERMANENTLY
OURBD IN ONE TREATMENT.
MOST TIME -B A VINO, MOST NAT
URAL, MOST SAFE, A RADICAL
AND PERMANENT CURE. I
GIVE MY WORD AND WILL CITE
YOU TO OTHER MEDICAL AU
THORITIES THAT THIS 19 A .
FACT. I AM CERTAINLY PRE
PARED TO CURE BY EXPERI
ENCE AND EQUIPMENT, WHICH
ARE THE KEYSTONES TO SUC
CESS. I HAVE- THE BEST
EQUIPPED MEDICAL OFFICE ON
THE COAST. I WILL GIVE $500
TO ANY CHARITY AS GUARAN
TEE THAT EVERY STATEMENT
IN THIS ANNOUNCEMENT IS
I Invite you to come to my of--flee.
I will explain to you my
treatment for Varicose Veins,
Hernia, Nervous Debility, Blood
Poison, Piles, Fistula, Bladder,
Kidney. Prostatic and all Men's
Ailments, and give -you FREE a
physical- examination: if necessary
a microscopical and ohemlcal
analysis of eecretiona, to deter
mine pathological and bacterio
logical conditions. Every person
should take advantage of this op
portunity to learn their true con
dition. A permanent cure Is what
Impair vitality. I daily demon
strate that varicose veins can be
cured In nearly all cases by one
treatment. In such a satisfactory
way that the vital parts are pre
served and strengthened, pain
ceases, swelling subsides, a
healthv circulation is rapidly re
established. Instead of the depress
ing conditions. I guarantee you a
cure to stay cured or refund the
Disregard of existing hernia has
cost many lives. The smallest
hernias are the most dangerous
to life, because of the increased
liability to strangulation. I cure
rupture In selected cases with per
fect safetv and entail no suffer
ing, and do not detain you from
occupation, under guarantee. Many
cases cured to stay cured in one
" 808 " FOR BLOOD POISOW.
I use Professor Ehrllch's won
derful new discovery, " 608," In
cases of Specific Blood Poison. It
oures In one treatment, and Is the
greatest marvel of medical
science. This new remedy has
been successfully used in thou
iandn of cases. Let me explain it
234 Morrison Street
Nervous Debility, Blood
and Skin Diseases,
Heart Disease, Diseases of the
Lungs, Liver Disorders, Piles,
Fistula and All Diseases of Men
I Do, and Do What I Advertise.
EXAMINATION GIVEN FREE BY A
PHYSICIAN WHO HAS BEEN
THE SPECIALIST WHO CURES.
1 It matters not what your ailment
is, nor who has treated it. if it is
curable we will give you immediate
benefit and a quick and lasting cure.
Do not allow money matters to
keep you from getting well. Ve
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 free.
We claim for our treatment
nothing "wonderful" or "secret" It
ts simply our successful way of do
Weak, Swollen, SnorclnfC. Knotted,
Wormy-like Veins, Clotted Staernnnt
Pools of Impure Illood, Weak, Nerv
ous, Low Vitality, Mental Deprea
slon. We daily demonstrate that VARI
COSE VEINS can be cured without
severe surgical operation. Benefi
cial effects are immediate. Pain
quickly ceases, enlarged veins rap
idly reduce, healthy circulation
speedily returns, and strength,
soundness and robust health are
BLADDER AND KIDNEY
The complicated ailments of these
organs are rapidly overcome. There
is no guesswork about it. We re
move every obstruction, stop every
waste, allay all irritation and in
flammation, revitalize the weakened
organs and soon accomplish a safe,
thorough and permanent cure.
SPECIFIC BLOO j POISON
Rash, Copper-colored Spots, Erup
tions, Ulcers, Sore Mouth or Throat,
Mucous Patches, Swollen i lands,
Our NEUCLEU - ATOXYL treat
ment for SPECIFIC BLOOD POI
SON leaves no injurious after effect.
It does not "lock in" the poison, but
drives it out of the system, so there
can be no comeback. Being a Blood
Purifying. Blood- Making. Blood
Cell Remedy, It gives the patient a
pure, fresh Blood Stream, and re
stores him to normal health.
The cause of Nervo-Vital Debility,
as well as Its evil effect upon the
physical, mental and other powers,
la familiar to all afflicted men. The
aymptoms need not be enumerated.
We want all ailing men to know
that our ANIMAL EXTRACT
treatment is the ideal remedy for
NERVO-VITAL DEBILITY. It does
not stimulate temporarily, but re
stores permanently. AH disagree
able symptoms soon disappear, nerve
energy is regained, self-respect, self
confidence and self-control return,
and the patient Is prepared for a
new period of life.
PILES AND RECTAL
Rupture or Hernia, Piles, blind,
bleedtns;, Itching: or protrndlus;;
Fistula, Ulcers and etc.
Our proven methods make hos
pital operations unnecessary. In
most cases no pain or detention
from business. We guarantee quick
relief and positive, permanent cures.
What you want is a cure. Come
to us and get it. Once under our
treatment, you will quickly realize
how simple a thing it is to get well
In tho hands of a specialist who
knows his business. Our cures add
not only years to life, but life to
years. Office hours, daily 9 to 5.
Evenings 7 to 8. Sundays 10 to 1
DR. GREEN CO.
862 Washington St., Portland, Or.
1 Is Our Fee
SPECIAL AILMENTS Newly con
tracted and chronic cases cured. All
burning. Itching and Inflammation
s.topped In 24 hours. Cures effected In
seven days. Consultation free. If un
able to call. wrHe for list of questions.
Office Hours 9 A. 11. to I P. M.
Sundays, 10 A. M. to 1 P. M. only.
Pacific Coast Medical Co,
224 V4 WASHINGTON STREET,
Corner First. Portland, Or.
"I used Cascarets and feel like a new
man. I have been a sufferer from dys
pepsia and sour stomach for the last two
years. I have been talcing medicine and
other drags, but could find no relief only
for a short time. I will recommend
Cascarets to my friends as the only thing
for indigestion and soar stomach and to
keep the bowels in good condition.
They are very nice to eat."
Harry Stuckley, Mauch Chunk. Pa.
Pleasant. Palatable. Potent. Taste Good,
Do Good. Never Sicken. Weaken or Gripe.
10c. 25c. 50c. Never sold in bulk. The een
oIdo tablet stamped C C C Guaranteed to
cure or your money back. 828
L. T. YEE & SONS
Tbe Old. RellnbU Chlnra
Doctor apent Ufetlm study t
herbs snd research In Chlr;
wis granted diploma by h
Emperor; jcuaranteee cure all
ailments of men and woin-a
wbD otters fall If you sur
fer, call or write to VJCK
COX'K kIl)iriNE CO.. uv
First. Cor. Alder, ft'ortland. Or.
S. H. WAI JING CO.
Original Chinese herb and
root medicine. Man or
woman suffering with
any Internal, external or
eruptive disease can be
cured speedily and have
all the traces eradicated
from the system by our
Free consultation and ex
amination. 301 First sL,