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rnr srrmxixo oregoxiax. Wednesday, jtjxe 23. ion.
FOG BELL RINGS FAR
Submarine Signal on Steamer
Bear Tested in Mist.
SOUND HEARD EASILY
Itrffiilm Apparatus In Pilothouse
roniwnrd With fniroiwnl on
II all Telia Marlne-r Ilov Nrr
Hr 1 to Uchfhlp.
Posts encountered by the steamer
Hear, which arrive! at 1 o'clock yester
day afternoon f rem Pan Tadro and San
Krancuco. afforded an opportunity to
test t new eubmarlne beil atrnai In
stalled recently on th vrsset. The sub.
marine be:i fca also kf n put on the
H.ttr and will be ready tor una on the
Hno City by th time aha arrives her.
Officers of the strainer say that It
worked satisfactorily In evtry way. and
while tha thlrk weatrer wa not on
usual, the brll slaral of Merit vee:s
waa heard 4 mis. Iletvteen fan
franrlwo and tha mouth of the river
tne beil signal Is maintained on the
Fan Francisco lay llBht vessel, off rape
Mendocino, and tha Columbia River
light vessel. At these atatjor.a the
Government has Installed, through tha
llureati of Lighthouses, a bell signal
apparatus that la 10 operated that It
sour..! automatically and the mecean
Ism la o arranged that the Interval of.
the iiccal can be altered.
The steamers carry a receiving; ap
paratus, which la connected from the
bottom of the vessel forward with' In
struments In the pilot-house, ao that an
omcr on watch In a fo. hetlevlne; the
vessel to be within the radius of the
bell signal, places the receiving; appa
ratus to Ms ear. and when the beil la
beard he can tell by the clearness of
the sound whether the vessel Is head
ing directly for the Hsrht vessel or
whether It la bearlnr to port or star
board from that object, the aide further
from the bell receiving; the sUnal less
In fngs. steamers havlna" the appa
ratus wi:l prohahly be beaded close to
the coast, that they may pick up the
bell station", and as each I located Ita
departure from that Tlcinltr can be
noted to obtain a true reckoning. Like
wireless. It la but another safesruard
belnsr applied on passena-er vessels op
erated by the prominent trar sportation
The Bar carried 3a passengers from
the south and ZZOO tons of cargo.
Southerly weather was reported, with
smooth a most of the voyage.
RlVtUl COMPANY TO BK SO!.I
Macot Will Xol IVr Krplact-il by
Lewie Transportation Concern.
It has been decided by the Kamm
Interests that another sternwheeler will
not be contracted for to aucceed the
burned steamer Mascot, which waa lost
recently at Terkln. on Lewis lUver. but
the business of the Lewis River Trans
portation Company will be sold. Super
intendent Harrison says 'he steamer
1'ndlne. operated on the PorMand-Lewla
River route, would not be disposed of
wltn the business, as she belong to
the Vancouver Transportation Com
pany. The Lewis River Transportation Com
pany, while not owning a larce etern
wheeler. controls the U. M. Walker, a
small vessel of that type, which has
been tied up at the foot of Yamhill
street for near'y a year. Negotiations
have been on for her sale several times,
but nothing has been closed and If a
deal Is consummated for the Iewls
River Transportation Company she
will be Included In the transfer, prob
ably at a nominal figure. The com
pany -controla about IJOOO worth of
land and warehouses on Lewis River
and haa an Interest valued at 11000 In
a small craft used on those waters. The
Vndlne can be used on the run so
Ions; as there Is plenty of water, but
at low staves she Is unable to ascend
to the principal points.
NORTHLAND SPKIXCIS LKAK
Meanrcr Will Load Cargo Here for
Wire advices from San Francisco
yesterday reported that the steamer
Northland bad sprung a leak and that
he was to have been lifted there be
fore night on a dryOock to ascertain
the location of the opening. It was
indicated In the ra that alio
would be flotated in time to aall for
The Northland Is bringing- general
cargo from the Golden Onte territory
and. after discharging here, will load
at Oak-strcet dock for Seattle, carry
ing nrri) for Alaska that will be
transferred there to the steamer St.
Helens. The matter of securing a load
for her has been taken up by the pen
Klver Transportation Company and up
to last nlcht 75 tons had been e
rured for the Par North, which la ex
pected to be Increased to SuO tone by
tha time she sails. While rail tariffs
between Portland and IUBet Sound
points are regarded as low and many
InrJl houses are supplying Alaska
patrons regularly by routine their
consignments In tliat way. the water
rharir are s.ild to ranee about t: a
ton less and the transfer In the North
will be direct from the Northland to
the St. Helena. Instead of goods lying
In storage or In cars, as Is the case
with rail shipments. Tha frequency
and permanency of the service de
pends on tne trade to be worked up.
TKVMP KTHKLWOLD ARRIVES
Sntrric I.ravc-4 iHma Today and
l I Working.
To load a cargo of lumber for South
Africa, under charter to the I- P. Lee
Lumber Company on a rate of ill 3d.
the British tramp Pthelwold arrived In
the river from Victoria yesterday and
proceeded up stream, she being headed
f.r Inman-Poulsen'a. where she will
start working today. The vessel waa
chartered early In the aeason. but only
arrived In the north June 13. with a
cargo from fort Spain.
The British steamer Suverlc of the
Rank Una. was delayed In working
lumber at Kalama owing to the fact
all berths there were occupied Sunday,
but she finished last ntsht and will
leave down today, bound for Inrot
Sound to complete load;ng before p'ro
cee.llnc across the Pacific. The Nor
wegian tramp Lisa, which Is working
at St. Helens for Australia, haa aboard
1.000.00 feet of redwood loaded at
Kureka and will take from the Colum
bia about 1.000.000 feet under charter
to J. J. Moore Co. She waa here a
year ago and loaded lumber for the
Orient. While at Eureka she waa
aground and a diver will be employed
to examine her bottom before she
leaves the river. On the steamer
Kumerlc. of the Bank IJne. due July
10. Is said to be considerable Inward
cargo from tha Par Fast, but the
manifest baa not teen received to show
the approximate amount. She will
have a large consignment of lumber
and considerable flour outward.
Iii ballast from San Francisco the
steamer Alliance yesterday reached Cona
Pay and was to have Balled from there
last evening, being due here tomorrow,
and she will sail again Friday evening.
In general cargo from Ran Francisco
the steamer Shna Tak yesterday entered
at the Cutoin-l!use and cleared for
Ssn Pedro mlth feet of lumber.
rile the steamer Riverside cleared for
litres a In ballast
While the propeller of the steamer
ilden Gate, which Is on the Oregon
drvdock. Is b-lrg straightened her hull
i i k ....... l.t.J a n H . new coat BPDlled
on deck and probably In the cabin. She
Is to sail for Tlilamooa rrmaj.
W hen the gasoline sloop Delia arrived
yesterday from Ncstucca she was
Dae to Arrive.
m. n .
Tamaipals. . ..
Ilrew. water. ..
ja H. Klroor
ItnH t'lty . . . .
tieo. W. Elder.
Jan Plego. ...
, n Francisco
, Ttliamuok. . . .
, mo l'.4ro. .
Coos Hay. .,
.H:d.-n. . . .
. T i4.mxk . .
.Sjn P-flro. .
n lleka. .
. H"rvong. .
. J ir
fan I'sdro. .
Heaver. . ,
Broesraled te Depart.
.Pan Francisco June I
, Coos Iay. ... .June SO
.Halha.. June 3'
.Eureka June II
Tillamook June J
.Bajroesan. ... July 1
. Hor.skong. .. Juiv i
; -.!n net.
a. je H. Ei more.
n 1'euro. . . .Ju.y a
Ytan.lon Jultr g
Tillamook. ...July 4
Fan t:eao. ... Ju.y 3
ieo. W. Y.Utt
rnae CJtr. . . . ,
.San PeJro July T
ltattoa July 1Z
Faa Trdro July 11
ban Francisco July 1&
Jieaver. . .
hauled out on the ways of the St. Johns
Shipbuilding Company to have planking
renewed, aa she struck a snag before
leaving Nestucca and sprung a Irak that
necessitated her pump being worked on
the entire trip.
With a clearance of but a few feet
the German bark H. Hackfeld waa
shifted from the North PaclUc mill
above the bridges yesterday afternoon,
passing beneath the Hawthorne-avenue
bridge with her mainmast 137 feet above
the aurfare cf the river, her topmaat
having been struck.
In five hours and SO minutes the
steamer Beaver yesterday covered the
distance from Portland to Astoria. It
being slated at the office of the San
Francisco Portland Steamship Com
pany that the time Is the best made
by any of the three vessels In that fleet.
previous records being reduced about
restrict Forecaster Peals said last
night that there bad been a fall In the
Snake River at Lewlston of one foot.
and of half a foot In the Columbia at
I'matlila. so that while rains of the
past two days may cause the Willamette
to rise three or four Inches, there will
not be sufficient to overcome the fall In
the Columbia, which will be noticeable
When the steamer Falcon sella tonight
she will have orders to call at tha
Tongue Point Buoy station and discharge
( cases of oil consigned to the Gov
ernment from New York, which la In
tended for the us of the seventeenth
lighthouse district. She will load at As
toria 100 tons of canned salmon, destined
for Liverpool, and In addition will have
1") tons of wool and miscellaneous cargo.
When the steamer Sarah Dixon was
returned to the Shaver Transportation
Company yesterday by tha Diamond O
Interests she was placed In commission
with the crew of the steamer Wauna.
mhkh will be laid up until the freshot
aubaldee. The steamer Shaver is ex
pected to be towed to the company's
berth from the yards of the Portland
Shipbuilding Company today and prob
ably will go Into aervlce Monday.
Policeman Grlslm. of the harbor patrol
aervlce. yesterday reported w Harbor
master Speler that Ray Lehr and John
Rodda. of SG East Thirty-fourth treet.
were the omners of a 22-foot gasoline
launch found floating Saturday morn
ing between' the cruiser Boston and the
Eaat Side. The presence of clothing In
the launch led to the belief that the
owner had fallen overboard. The own
era say that the launch merely broke
There was yesterday loaded on the
barge Nehalem a locomotive and tender
for the Pacific Railway Navigation
Company, which will be delivered for
use on the Tillamook division of that
system, and on the next trip of the
barge, which Is towed regularly from
Portland to Nehalem by the tug Geo. R.
Vosburg. a passenger coach will be car
ried, besides railroad steel and timber
for two bridges to be constructed on
that line across the Nehalem and Sal
monberry rivers. The Nehalem also
carried- a boiler and engine for the
Bay City Electric Company, which will
Increase its capacity from 5 to 130
Movements of VosH.
PORTLAND. June ST. Arrived Steamer
Bear, from fan Pedro, via San Francisco;
steamer Coaster, from Pan Francisco: Brit
ish stsamar Ethelwolf. from Victoria:
steamer F. 8- lxp. from San Francisco;
imtnir Washington, from San Francisco.
tUlled Oasolina yacht Barocean. for Bay
oiean; steamer Sue H. F.lmore. for Tllla
mo. k: st.am.r Riverside, for Eureka.
Astoria, or, June IT. Condition at the
mouth of the rlv.r at 8. P. M-. smooth;
win. I west, a miles: weather, cloudy. Ar
rived down at midnight Barge Oerald C.
Tobey. Sailed at 1:30 A. M. Steamer
Tosemlte. f-r San Pedro. Arrived at ft and
left up at 7:11 A. M Hteamer Hear, from
San I'edro and San Franrt.co. Sailed at
A M. Steamer Carloe. for Tacoma. Ar
rived at a and ltt up at Si.lO A. M.
Steamer Coaster, from San Francisco: ar
rived at and lefl op at 1U:0 A. M..
learner Tallowstone. from Ssn Francisco;
arrived down at A. M.. s-hoonar W. H.
Talhot; arrived at 7:30 and left up at 10:40
A M . steamer F. P. Loop, from San Fran
cisco; arrived at 10 30 A. M-. evhooner Vir
ginia, from Pan Francisco; arrived at l
and left up at 1-40 P. M.. steamer W. 8.
porter, from Monterey: arrfve. at 3 P. M..
hoonrr Klne On from Sn Pedro: ar
rived at - and left up at 4 y. M.. steamer
Washington, from San Ff.rlH: arrived
down at : M and sallrd at .i P. M . steam
.r n.axr for San rtsnclir. and San Pe
dro: arrived at 3 IS P. M. and left up.
British steamer Kthelwolf. from Victoria.
Ban Francisco, June 27 Arrived eteam
era Sierra. Wllhelmlna. from Honolulu: Jo
ban Poulseo. from Astoria, barks Marechal
and Vlltara. from Ipswich: IKoche Jac
que'.ln. from Newcastle. Australia. Pall I
lat nlcht. steamer J. B. St.-t.on. for Port
land; steamers Thvre. Adelaide, via Aber-d-en;
i ll' ot Pue&ln. fr fomox; Wllnpa.
for Aberdeen; 1-akme. for Peatile.
Cooe Bar. June 17. Arrived Steamer
Alliance from Eureka. Palled Steamer
Breakwater, for Portland.
Tacoma. Wash . June 37. Arrived
P'earncr Olson Mehony. from San Fran
ctsvo; steamer Klamath, from Pan Fran
cisco steamer tlltonlan. from Pan Francis-r-v
'palled Schooner Robert Lew era, for
Seattle. Wash.. June Zi. Arrived
Pteamsr Ppon- from PUka: steamer
Ojeen from Sound porta Sailed Steamer
Tolooel K. 1- Drake, lowing Barge l3. for
San Francleco: steamer Humboldt. for
Laagwar: steamer Moran. for Aberdeen.
Sydny. N. - w.. June ST. Arrived
Btra-hdon. from Ts-oms
Tokohama, June ST. Palled Kumerlc
foe Tacatna. Arrived Orterto. from Se
attle. Tldea at Astoria Wedaeadar.
l- A? M feet M A. M . . 1 feet
04 F. ii... 7 feet 3 P M ...! ft.t
Harrrs Trunlr Co'a Removal Fale
bow on. Prlceg greatly reduced.
STEERS AT THE TOP
Ten Loads of California Stock
LOCAL MARKET IS FIRM
Sheep Are Weakenlne; Vncler Ex
ceptionally Heary Arlrvals
Prom All Polntfl Strength
of tha Jlop; Market.
The most Interestlnf transaction at the
stock Tarda yesterday w" the sale of 10
carloads of prime California steers at the
top quotation of the market. There were
S31 head In the bunch and they all went at
te.33. The cattle were shipped In by S.
Sinnell. of Tehama. Cal. Thle sale demon
strates the strength of the local market for
top quality stock.
In other respects the rattle market was
In ood shape, the few cows and bulla mov
Ina brlnglnc regular prices.
The sheep market contlnuea to display an
easy tendency.' The receipts for the month
have almost come up to the record. Two
large bunches of wethers were sold at $3.60.
ood ewes brought S2.S3 and lambs sold at
a SO to 13.33.
The hog market continues firm.
Receipts yesterday were 330 cattle, 4t
hose. 1S30 sheep and 2T horses.
Shippers were P. Sinnell. Tehama. CaL. 13
cars of rattle; Homer Mansfield. Drain. 1
car ot sheep; C. F. Blake, Condon. 1 car of
horses; O. !. Brown. Condon, 2 cars of
sheep: Prlnevllle Land livestock Co..
Phaniko, S ears of sheep: A. Madden. Con
don. 1 car of sheep: C. C. Clark. Arlington.
1 car of cattle and hogs: and William Ap
plegate, Roosevelt. Wash.. 3 cars of sheep.
The day's salea were as follows:
It steers "0
20 steers u
20 steers Iri7
t steer H'-'
40 steers H37
10 steers llti
20 steers H'1
23 steers 1112
21 steers 112
37 steers 113
l steers 1177
12 steers ",
.1 steers 11W4
12 steers I-'1"
2 4 steers 1174
SlU sheen -
234 ewee ..
221 lambs .
123 lamba .
II rows ..
2 bulls ..
. . . 63
.. . 34
. .. I'M
. . . l7
124 ewes 4 '
1JS ,,a Sll 1 00
70 lambs ' 0
27 lambs 2 4 25
4H lambs M
43 boss IBS T.OO
Prices current on the various classes of
stock at the Portland Union stockyards
wsre aa follows:
Prime grain-fed steers... 0.ooa 10.73
Prime say-fed aleers 6.00 a.2
Cbolce st.era 3.74 O ave
Fair to good steere. ... .. s-tiO l.3t
Common steers ................. I0CQ 6.J4
Prime cows 6.00 s B.40
Occd to choice cows ........... 4.75 a. 00
Fair to good cows ............ 4.(01 4.73
Poor cows -23tf i.iO
Choice heifers ft.300 3.71
Choice bulls 4 1i3 4.73
Cbolce Usht calves lMu T.30
Uooa to cnolce Ug.it cal.se ..... Hid 1
Choice heavy c aires ........... . i.ts
Choice stacs ......... ft.2r ft 00
OooU to choice stags ft-Ouv s.23
Choice hogs 80C 7 15
Oood to choice bogs .......... 6uo 6 SO
Ltioice aeavy .vv nl
a'.cck boss .7i0 J Jl
Cnolce Spring lamba. ........... 6.0.19 3 3
Choice yearlings 75 III
Oood to choice yearlings ........ S.S0? 3.75
Fair to medium yearlings ...... 00 1.60
Cbolce ewes .'. .0u
Good to choice ewee 2.73 9 t-UO
Fair to medium ewaa 2.50-O' 2.J3
Oood to choice heavy wethers... t.li j 33
u.u neavy wslbers B.eiv 4
Mixed lots .00 .
The following quotations preeent "pticea
ea thla market for the dlfferect classes of
horses: Drafters, extra heavy. 12009 S00;
drafters. 10 to 1700 lbs.. ll.'O0SSO: draft
ers. 1100 to 1400 lbs. 100a.:o0; chunks,
tl9150; plugs. tlSOttO; driving horses,
$73 ead up; aaddle borsea ISO and up.
Thlrage Livestock Market.
CHICAGO. June 27. Cattle Receipts, es
timated, 2i0; market, steady. Iieevis. $4.73
tf6.l3; Texas steers, 4.406: Western
steers. 14 700 3.73; atockers and feeders,
$.1133.1: cowa and helfsra, 32.2563.73;
Hose Receipts, estimated. 14.0OO; market,
steady to shade up. Light, $0.15(4 6.3.';
mixed, fd.13 -16.STH : heavy. d.03w6..M:
rough. $6.2: eood t choice heavy, IV2f
b :..; pigs, f3.03U6.30; bulk of sales, 0.30
Shrtp Rutin's, .atlmat'd. 15.000; mar
ket, steady. Native. 2.2!lt4.2S: Western.
32 4004. 15: yearlings. 3.1kj 4.0O; lambs,
native, f3.75ed.o5; Western 34U6.83.
EGGS ABE ADVANCING
SKATTLE EXPECTS CI6-CEXT
LIUiET TniS WEEK.
Ilecelpts Are Falling Off Straw
berries Scarce and Higher.
6EATLE. Wash.. June !7. (Special.)
The strawberry market waa a little stlffer
today. Receipts were light and the de
mand heavy. As a result, good berries sold
about 25 cents per crate better. Prices
ranged from 11.50 to tl.75. with soft stock
offered at 31 and up. ibarry receipts ware
not quite as Urge and In some quarters
commission men tried to obtain better prices.
There were no prices on cantaloupe. Deal
ers did everything possible to get out from
under. Oood stock sold aa low aa 73 cents
The supply of green corn was heavy to
day. Oood corn was quoted at $ 1 per box.
Another carload of watermelons Is due.
Melons sold at t cents per pound. Local
hothouse tomatoes are arriving In excellent
condition -and are quoted at 11.50 to SL75
An effort waa made In some quarters to
day to obtain 2 cents for local eggs. Most
dealers look for that prloe to prevail before
the end of the week. The market waa
firm today on lighter receipts.
Veal was scarce. Top stock sold a cent
higher at 14 cent. Thla la the best price
obtained In several week.
Putter was firm at 33 cents. The supply
of cream Is still dwindling.
Osts declined to 127 and barley to f:S.
Wheal was unchanged.
ftagar and Coffee.
XEW YORK. June 27. Raw sugar. Arm.
Muscovado. test. 3 4; centrifugal. .!6
te.t. .l.S; molsesrs sugar, .S3 test. 13.23.
n.r.n -.1 .near, steady.
Coffee eijxtt. firm. Xm T Rio, 12ac
4 Kantos. lic
DENSE FOG HALTS RACE
Six Iy From Honolulu la Record
of AVIIhelmlna. and Sierra.
SAN FRANCISCO. June 2T. (Spe
cial.) After a close race of nearly six
days from Honolulu to tha coast the
Matson steamer Wllhelmlna and the
Oceania steamer Sierra arrived In port
early today. Both reseela were com-
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Merchants Trust Bldg.
Corner th and vygahlngton Sts..
pelled to stop at the lightship on ac
count of a denso fog- and the Mataon
carrier came near beatlnsr her rival by
a clever ruse of Captain Johnson In
circling inside. Captain Trask. how
ever, was also dolns; a little cunning
skirmishing and "hooked It on" at the
proper moment, bringing his steamer
Into quarantine half an hour ahead of
Chief - Engeneer Joseph Barker and
his first assistant. O. W. Hicks. Of the
Wllhelmlna, are detalneS at Honolulu
by the customs authorities on suspicion
of being concerned In an opium smug
gling plot. Captain Johnson and other
officers of the Wllhelmlna have been
aubpenaed to appear before the grand
Jury next trip.
Among today's arrivals was the steam
schooner Johan Poulsen. Captain Lan
caster, from Astoria with 400.000 feet
of lumber and 650 tons of wheat.
The oil tanker, Trinculo, Captain
Hughes, which was ashore at Panama,
arrived today and was ordered into
quarantine for fumigation for rats.
COOS BAY SHIPYARDS READY
Four New Gasoline Boats Will Soon
Make Maiden Voyages.
MAK.HFIKLD.Or., June 27. Spe
clal.) Coos Bay shipyards are building
several boats. At the Kruse & Banks
yards, at North Bend, the Owl. a small
gasoline boat, has been launched for
service on San Francisco Bay. The
same Arm ia ready to launch the gaso
line boat Tillamook, built for the Ne
halem & South Coast Trading Com
pany. It Is 124 feet long with 2S foot
beam. The gasorine schooner Oshkosh
second, a sister ship of the Oshkosh,
which was recently wrecked, will soon
be ready for the water.
The Unique, a gasoline boat built by
Bert Cox. has been launched at East
Side. It la 38 feet long with 6 foot
beam and Is fitted with a 60-horsepower
FRESH AIR CAMP IS GIFT
Y. Mi. C A. Will Improve Resort on
Five acres on Clackamas River, near
Cazadero, have been presented to tne
Portland Young Men'a Christian Asso
ciation by the Portland Railway, Light
& Power Company, for use aa a Sum
mer outing headquarters. The offer,
innde by President Josselyn. was ac
cepted yesterday by the physical de
partment of management and the com
mittee set July 8 as the day on which
It would visit the property.
It is probable that nothing will be
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Chsn (il or write to .....
Tbe 8- K. t han. Chinese Medicine Co
2i!0 4 Morrison su. Portland. Oregon.
sL. T. YEE & SONS
Tbe Old, Relish Is Chinese
ilMlma atadv sf
i U. berbe and research Us China!
, ""f - 1 was granted diploma by tbe
XBipersri a vi i . ww
allmrnls ef men and women
wbeo others fall. It roe suite-,
call or writs to XE
HON BtKDICIMK CO 1414
First. Cer. Alder. PerUaa Oc
, -jr ,.
DR. A. O. SMITH.
I am the oaly specialist 1st Pert
land whs does not advertise a fic
titious oaaae or photogrraph.
I pnbllah my true photograph,
eoanreet same, personally conduct
my office. I am the moat anecess.
fnl and reliable, as raealexa ere.
Sentasla sad press reesris prove.
I make thla statement ao that yea
vein know yon eoneult a true ape
clalLst, wbeeres and treat a pa
tlenta personally. I possess skill
and experience, acquired In sick a
way that no ether can share, and
akonld not be claased svtth medUcnl
rompaslrs. It la Impossible far
a medical company to attend col
lege. Companies have no diplomas
or llrenae to practice medicine In
Oretron or any other state. Medi
cal companies n anally nre named
after a doctor. A portrait, whose
personality and Identity are In
definite, Is selected and published
as the legitimate anccialiat ot the
office. Hired snbatlrntes, ordinary
doctors with questionable ability,
give consultation, examination sad
006 " FOR BLOOD POISON.
I trig Professor Ehrllch's won
derful new discovery, " 606," 1 n
cases of Specific Blood Poison. It
cures In one treatment, and is the
greatest marvel of medical
science. This new remedy haa
been successfully used in thou
sands of cases.' Let ma explain it
COWSTJOTATTOW AMD ADVICE FTIKK.
Office Honrs a A, M. ts 8 P. H. Sunderys, 10 A. M. 1 F. M.
I Invito you to come to my office. I will explain to you my treat
ment for Varicose Veins, Hernia, Nervous Debility. Blood Poison. Piles,
Fistula. Bladder, Kidney, Prostatlp and all Men's Ailments, and give you
FREE a. phyalcal examination; If necessary a microscopical and chemical
analysis of secretions.
Dr. A. G. Smith
done toward improving; the outing re
sort this season. Next Spring, how
ever, it is proposed to erect a cabin
In which members of the Y. M. C. A.
can store their supplies and make
tlffeir outing quarters.
If the camp la established, groups
of Y. M. C A. members will "go out
every week or two during tha warm
-The Y. M. C. A. Is pleased to get
thio property." said A. M. Grllley.
Danger Lurks in Neglect
SECURE THE SERVICES OF
"THE FOREMOST SPECIALISTS
My Fee in Many Cases
No Detention from
Business or Home.
No Severe Operations.
Many Cases Thoroughly
Cored In One Treatment.
I have Proof for xtvery
LrsVpa, 4vsnxv Vr J J
rpjas ars'sJ k
Cl p. M. Sundays 10 to IX.
ST. LOUIS MEDICAL CO.
(MM T ysrrv.T. ST, COR. SEOOITO ST.
$5 to $15
By DR. LINDSAY, the Eminent, Long
WHY PAY MORE
for Inferior treatment -when you can s;et the
very best medical attention at a fee of from
ONE-FOURTH to ONE-HALF that charged
by other specialists with my reputation? Re
member that you are not asked
anv experiments or any tenures.
case will not yield to treatment I can aecer- y
tain that at the first examination, and will Jgr,
frankly tell you ao and give you advice how g
to tako care of yourself. fi
MY SPF.CIALTIES ARE Nervone Debility,
Blood Allmenta, Piles, Varicose Veins, Hop.
tares, Kidney, Bladder and nil allmenta pecu-
Unr to men.
COMB AND CONSULT US FREE OF ALL CHARGE.
DR. LI N D SAY
THE OLD RELIABLE SPECIALIST. '
Corner Alder and Second streets. Entrance 128M Second Street, Port
land, Or. Office Honrs A. M. to 8 P. M. Sundays lO A. M. ts 1 P. M.
VARICOSK VEINS, BLOOD POI
SON, PILES, FISTULA, ETC,
Cured in 5 Days
Xs DetentuSa Pram Occn nation,
Family or Home.
NO SEVERE OPERATIONS.
MANY CASES PERMANENTLY
CURED IN ONE TREATMENT.
MOST TIME-SAVING, MOST NAT
URAL, MOST SAFE. A RADICAL
AND PERMANENT CURE. I
OIVB MT WORD AND WILL CITE
YOU TO OTHER MEDICAL AU
THORITIES THAT THIS IS 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 S00
TO ANY CHARITY AS GUARAN
TEE THAT EVERY STATEMENT
IN THIS ANNOUNCEMENT IS
Impair vitality. I daily demon
strate that varlcoae veins can be
cured In nearly all caees by one
treatment. In auch a satisfactory
way that the vital parte are pre
served and strengthened, pain
ceases, swelling subside a. a
healthy circulation Is rapidly re
established Instead of the depress
ing conditions. I guarantee you a
cure to stay cured or refund the
234H Morrison St
physical director, yesterday, "because
it will assist us In encouraging Ufa
In the open air. Every Summer the
association conducts a number of ex
cursions and camping trips, and this
land la very suitable for our purpose."
Certified accounts for 1010 of 100 English
spinning companies show a loss of S.1.7S0.
091. or 10H P" cent, on a stock capital
of $17.243.0114, after paying 4 per cent on
$11 478 452 loans. The spindles in these 100
mills numoereq p.ppv.igq.
My Claims Are Founded on Cures
If you are a weak, alllnr man. atop and thtnk
what you could accomplish If you were strong and
well what a source of happiness, good health and
robust strong tfa would be to you.
It takes more strength to be sick than well It
takes more strength to live under the conditions
of Illness than It does when la health.
All my life I have been studying this problem
curing; oomplainta of man r as to ring to strength
week, alllns men.
I know that I can Quickly and sorely restore
yon to health.
My Immense practice, ray larce medical offices
ars the result of cares sure, certain. I oan curs
CAN PAY AFTER CURED
Investigate for yourself. REMERBER. IT COSTS
YOU NOTHING to have the opinion of the beat.
A thorough, painstaking EXAMINATION given
each and every person by me personally.
To any man who Is suffering from WEAKNESS
FUNCTIONAL. DECLINE, or PROSTATIC DIS
EASES let me ask you the question: Will you put
your time against mlnet If I fall to ears. MY
SERVICES COST TOO NOTHINO. This remark
able treatment you can only procure from ME. It
consist of 21 TREATMENTS NO MORS. NO
LESd. Eaoh and every treatment la given by me,
ae It Is too valuable to Intrust to an assistant.
I oan cure you and make yon aa well aa you
aver were In your life. 1 will tone up your sys
tem, cleanse tha poison from your blood, give you
a healthy color to your cheeks, a brightness to
your eye. so that in a very short time you would
' . . . . ..... v. . . .l-V Amw In vane
now msb juu
can't afford to experiment
HEALTH AITO BTRKNOTH. . ,
My long years of experlenoe as a SPECIALIST
In dlseaaes peculiar to men have projad to me
that 0 per cent of the men are suffering from
one or more of the following conditions:
Spectrin Blood Poison. Contracted Disorders. Jfld
neyand Bladder Troubles.. Postratlo Disease, Piles,
and all Reflex Pelvlo Aliments.
. sne-.A'e wnssse . A nTVef
to pay for
THE SPECIALIST WHO CURES.
It matters not what your ailmerf
Is. nor who has treated It. li it
curable we will prtve you immediat;
benefit and a quick and lasting curl
Tin not nllow monev matters t
keep you from getting well. Y
charge nothing to prove our metli
ods will cure vou. Our guarantee
No MONEY REQUIRED VJXTI
SATISFIED is your absolute pre
tectlon. Consultation, examinatlo
and diagnosis free.
We claim for our treatmen
nnthlno- "wnnderf ul" or "secret"
Is simply our successful way of dc
Weak, Swollen, SacclnK, Knotte.
i .i.. rlntt,il Stnirnnr
Pools of Impure Blood, Weak. Nerj
Otis, LOW liamy, -n f
" 'w'e daily demonstrate that VAE
COSE VEIXS can be cured wlthoi
severe surgical operation. Benet
AeeA.B a ... ImmaHintA Pal
tiui ri ittin a, a .
quickly ceases, enlarged veins rf
Idly reduce, healthy circulaf
- -1 . 1 - - ......... on a t r A n
soundness arid robust bealtlt
BLADDER AND KIDNE
n.1 . 1 1 ,. , ,i ailmantq of th
organs are rapidly overcome, une
is no guessworK aouui n-
move every obstruction, stop eve
waste, allay all irritation and 1
flammation, revitalize the weaken
organs, ana soon accompiia" -thorough
and permanent cure.
BLOOD POISON & "6061
Rash, Copper-colored Spots, Eru
wi a,.. nfds.ih af Thro;
( 1 Ulln- U a s. v a wav. r
M neons Patches. Swollen Gland
f ailing tiair.
1 IlO IIll itlUUIO " v- aaaas-s.
Test will determine whether or n
. 1 U ollmant TVlPT, f VO
case requires it, we will give PrJ
unritcn's r n in o u s n
, . j .,imi ' whl
works like magic. Our treatmel
leaves no injurious anur '
does not "lock in" the poison, b
i i a. ll. . men lorn fAl
drives it out 01 mo dj o".cui v
t . i i n-A,.As. an thorA ran
no comeback. Being- a Blood Puri
1I1K, rjlUUU-waiVUiaji a-i.w I
.j.. n-ivsAo tha notlanr. fl. t) 11 Fl
CUV, Ik fS 1 V VO HIO jua-.w ' . t
fresh Blood Stream, and restort
mm to normal iiea-iui.
MFRVn.VTT AT . DEBILITY
Th. esnse of Nervo-VItal Debllli
aa well as its evil effect npon t
phyalcal, mental nnd other powe
l. r.mllln- r nil afflicted men. T
symptoms need not be enumeraterf
Wo want all ailing men to knj
that our ANIMAL, EXTRACj
treatment Is the Ideal : re meay u
NERVO-VITAL DEBILITY. It del
not stimulate temporarily, but r
stores permanently. a' '"s
able symptoma soon disappear, ner
energy is regained, sen-reij.i..
confidence and self-control retu:
and the patient is prepared for
new period of life.
PILES AND RECTAL
Piles, blind, bleeding, Itching;
protruding;: Fistula llcrra and
Our proven -methods make hfl
pitai operanuwa win.... .
most cases no pain or detenti
from business. We guarantee qui
relief and positive, permanent cur
What you want is a cure. Coi
to us and get it. Once under c
treatment you will quickly real
how simple a thing it Is to get v.
In the hands of a specialist w
knows his business. Our cures a
not only years to life, but life
hnnra H fl ( 1 V S T Ci
years. uuiwo - j -
Evenings 7 to 8. bundays 10 to
862 Waahlngton St., Portland, Or
Bv This Leading, Reliai
and Well-Known Chinest
Root and Herb Doctor
if r . - i V 1
No Poisons No Knife No Opera!
Rheumatism, catarrh, gall stones, kl
liver, stomach, throat and lung tr,
cured by choicest and rarest medicinal
herbs, buds and barks. . .
My remedies have proven beyond a .
all I claim for them and more.
A thousand testimonials on file. Ca!
Saeopley0oUurtSeof town write for consul
blank and clroular. Inclose 4 cen.
THE C. CFJS WO CHINESE MEDICINE
lttzyz rini pi., v- .
j f Berated Goldenseal
J A safe and simple remedy for
fw Bronchiti, Catarrh, Hey Fever
M(C nflmmavt1onB, IrrltatioTif, TJloer-
I J I ktlona of ALL. moeou mexnbrmnM
I sgi---if I or llntnfffJ of tho now, Uiro-vt,
I I I rtom-toh or othr organs.
lr I AT DHUOaiST 91
qP Why not cr ytmrxeif wm
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