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INDUSTRIAL GROWTH IN PACIFIC NORTHWEST
ttti? TrrivT-r. nnrnnXTAV. MONDAY. NOVEMBER 6,
I-Tf -A O fll I
TUBERS OPEN EYES
Redmond Show Is Revelation
to All Who Attend.
CLIMATE PROVES SUITABLE
rota to Exhibits frrnf In by Grower
From Country la Neighbor
hood An Unexcelled by
Anj Other Section.
REDMOND. Or, Nor. . (Special.)
nt4monil'i first annual potato show,
held Nivtmr 1. the fiat tha O.-W.
BAN. demonstration train jl here,
was a success, and far exceeded tha
expectances of the Ked.T.ond" Com
mercial Club, which promoted the pro
ject.. The Idea of hoMlnr a potato show
In Kftmocd wa adnrJ by F. W.
Craham. waatern Inrtustriai and Ira -m!rrtlon
affent of tha ilroat N rthern
road. whn he here Railroad 'lay.
After earlnar of the extlblu of
polatova ha said:
ratatm Art rralav4.
"You folk! have without doubt tha
Trat lot of potato- rown In th
United States, mil It would be the brst
klnj of axlvertisina; for you to r.o.d an
annua! potato atiow. and make a
aiv-cialtv of thai kind of crop. It
w .u 1 attract attention from ail OTr
tha United stales."
Th loa advance. by Mr. Oraham
wa takan up by tha Commercial Club
end. tha papre here, and thouah tn.
tlm. waa limited In which to et up
xhiblte. th el.owlne; tna.la at tha ahow
waa bayond tra apectatlona of a.U
Tha profeaaora and railroad officials
from tha denonstratt.n train wara mora
than aurprlaed to ae such a oomplet
eir.lblt of potatoea In thla aectln of
th atat. and th railroad oftlcla:a
wara anxloua to hav. tha entire exhibit
ahlppad to Portland where they guar
anteed to place It on exhibition In
Exhlblta wara mad from Redmond.
Powell lluttea. a few mile eaet of
her. Ulllman. atx mil. north of her.
Slater, on tha weat. rrlr.evlll. and
Madrae. Thar were potatoea that had
been grown on trrlsated soil, and
thoe on dry land, and one volunteer
crop from tn. U.iouia place, near thla
city, showed up creditably with some
of th ether exhibit.
Skew Help Crewrra.
" Thla Brat potato ahow haa been an
Impetua to arowera In thla eoctlon,
and aa the profeaaora from the Cor
vaiila Agricultural College aald: "It
la going to be a mighty hard proposl
tton to beat th potutoea rrowo In th
Tn. following wer th prtxe-wln-Dera:
Carl Oray prtae of tZS for bal sanaral
exVhlt. . P- xil of I'owell lluttea.
who .xhlbtt.d e.v.a d.ftVrmt Tirt'M'l
li -onl prlaa for be.l aerrml tihtMt -T.
T!ch.a -r. of BeJmond. lhr verl.ti.a
Ttalnl pnaa for b..l arl lilblt. I. C
Truala:i of IMvtJ liutl... nvu lariat!..
For beet buanal Klret prlae. f. D- Mus
tard, of Pell Hatta. Earlr Ohio arllrl
a-nd prtaa. O. V J. n-.lt. Rd:nond. H ur
ban k varlatjri third priest B. A:k:na-n. Red.
Vnr beef dfa.n rtret prl"". C P. Clara.
B.lmon.l. Hurfnrk: ?"id pm. J. U. Mc
Uurt .. Knwoit. Hurbaaa verl.ty.
l-t Blaale potato .s l. Mustard. Pow
ell Hutted I-ate Koee arletj; aecoad prtae.
t. O. liaaoo, He4roona.
Exhlblta war mad by th follow.
Inc potato arrowere: Kirk Whltad.
three mile aouth of Redmond: II. A.
Conner, near thla city: E. R. Tlche
nor. adjotnlnc city: Henry llewlna.
four mllea a.iuth of city; S. P. Muetard.
Powell Huttea: J. O. llirieon. Red
monl. F. M. White. Redmond: II. l
Olbaon. Powell P'itte: N. 1".. Oolden,
Powell lluttea: W. K. Abbey. Red
mond: c. K. Clark. Redmond: H. t
timlth. Redmond: W. R. Imt1.!oh. Hill,
man: lain Catlow. Cllna Falla: JL V.
ISouxa. Q. L. Ehler. Redmond: F.
C Park. Redmond: C. O. Jarrott, Red
mond; John Tuck. Redmond: S. K. Van
Allen. Redmond: A!'n WlKcoxen.
pow-ll p.uttea: . K. Mcljillln. Ited
miUld. J?;n W.:f.T. Mw:l Rutten;
Jorn Pau:on. p.wf'.l liuitoa: P. K.
Ku.rett. Powell Hmtea. l"::arle Icy.
Redmond. H. A. Connera. R.-dmond. P.
V. Slnaer. Redtrond: r. W. McCaffery,
Redmond: J. O. M--t;ufrie, Redmond; IL
J. lUrrla. Redmond: W. 8. Rodman.
Redmond: Frltx Newman. Redmond: J.
IK Cochran. Cllne Kalla: Huh Oe.
I'owelS Iutt-a. tleorica More. Red
mond: W. IL Itaveey. M.i.iraa: k
itoert. Poieell r.uttee: S-ir.
I'nael: r.lltte.. C tl. CiTn.'l lis. iltll
n an. Mera lr-.. Ke.lmoni!; li H.r.ka.
Re.lmon.!: Oliver Swanaon. H'.iltnan;
John Tinner. Redmond: lr. fnyder.
Redmond: P. A. Yate. Powell Butte:
John Wolfer. I'oaelt lluttea
Healdea the potato exhibit there
wer exhibit of larare cahbaaea.
chlckana, honor, carrot, turcipa. artl- 1
choke, pum; klna and cter proluota
from tha impaled and dry acctlon
F. tV. UMnon. Portland ticket
arant for the H.irrlnian I'nea. hnd a
buahel cf F. R. TIchcnT"-Early Rota
and C R. McLv::in- Rurbonka ahlp
pad to Mm at Portland, where h will
pio them on exhlt It at th tk-ket of-
flee at th I'nlon depot.
It l th Inttntlon cf th Com
mercial C:ot her to hold an annual I
potato th. Th frmer and ranch- I
era of thla aectlon will try to Improve
their teoj If p.'iaib. ao aa to m-tke
a ood a.:owlnc of crop at tne next
WAREHOUSE PLAN ADOPTED
Rsllwsys Ievlle on This Stem In
REND. Or, Nov. tPrac'al ) Tha
warehou.e avatam of handllnff all
frela-ht ahlrped from or received at
Rend haa been rteoMed on by th Orearon
Trunk at Pea.'hutea llatlroad ofltc'.a'.a.
Th method which wer u.ed ao auo
ceaafully In h.tndllnc h hundred cf
ton of freleht each year at Shanlko
win be employed. Th lreccn Trunk i
will build a warehou.e hy ; feet,
and haa given th f rclirt-hand Inz con
tract to the Jr.e Warchoup Com
pany. which haa been hand:init all
frelaht at Opal City aince tl:e road was
opened to that point.
There la arret activity around th
Bend railroad yarda. tn preparation for
beclnnlnar rearular traffic. The Y and
all ne-ea.ary etdetra-ka have been com
pletcd and work atarted on the round,
houae. A larae water tank la under
way. ard a tic icanr la bull lira; a
!ur track to toe mi:i of ti.e ! nd
M:lllnc Waret-ouai Company, which
will beirtn making; f.our aa .jn a
machinery, now tied up at Cpal City,
la hauled to Bend.
The walla of the atone paaaenser ta
tloa are ruins" rapidly
BYE THRIVES IN NORTHERN LAKE COUNTY.
o - -t- s "
EE.T. Or.. Not. t. fPpeclal.) An ann return of 118 an acra from ry
on .igebruah land In cultivation for th flirt tlm show th poealbllltle of
Central Oreron a an arrlcultural region. J. R. Fox. of Fremont, In North
Ijike County, ha Jtiat threahed 11100 worth of fine aeed ry from a llttla mor
than to acrea of land, which waa laat year raw aaajebruah. Th yield was from
t to IS buahels to th acre. Mr. Fox ys: "Fremont's rya la th beat that has
ever been threahed In Northern Lak County."
CAMAS CATTLE ill LEAD
WAIIKLACCS SOPLIES GRAIN'
to jxoriusnnfo herps.
Dairymen Exhibits at North Yakima
Attract Many Buyers for Hlh
LTLE. U'uh. Nov. t. (Special.)
Wahklacus. on the Ooldendal branch
of th Spokane, Portland aV Seattle
Railway, Is comlna; to th front as a
grain eupply point, alnce a Rood wagon
road runnfna; It mllea north has been
built by the county. Th Camaa
Pralrlo section Is now given a shorter
route to the railway atatlon.
Guy Cimpmon. proprietor of the
Mount Adame Jeraey atock farm at
Laurel, an at Wahklacu laat week
and purchased a load of wheat that will
bo fed In addition to clovers and vege
tables to his dairy herd. Mr. Chapman
Is a believer In dairying and breeding of
llvcatork In portlona of Klickitat Coun
ty. At the fair. Juat cloaed at North
Yuklma. he exhibited five of hie Jersey
herd, which came In competition with
many other Northweat stalea and with
a dlreot Importation from th 11 of
II aecured flret prlx on Jolly Jack
Froat, a yearling bull. Th cattle en
tered conalsted of three cowe, on
yearllnsr heifer and one yearllne; bulL
At the conclu.-lon of the fair he sold
the five Jerseys that were on exa-.omon
Mr. Chapman says he could have aold
many more almllar Jerseys had he had
them at North Yakima during fair
Claus Ftaack. a pioneer cattleman ol
the Camas country and now a great be
Iiever In the utility of the cream can.
was alao down to Wahklacua. buying
hta Winter aupply of grain lately.
NEW APPLE HAS ORIGIN
Gold 1U11. Or., 5Ien Develop Cn
known Ppecles of Fro It.
orLP 1UIJ. Or, Nov. taV-tSpeclal.)
V. ;. Mvers and W T. Ward think
that they have developed a new and
cIMlnct .rlety of app'.o on their
Sama Valley fruit ranch. -and cn that
combine tha beat qualltlea of both
the Newtown and Ppltienberg.
The new apple la obtained from
aeedllr.c top-graf tlnga on old trees.
a:i the cutting being mad from a
single thrifty seedling tree. It has
the hpltzenberar shape and th New
town coloring, with a tendency to de
velop a red cheek that la mor marked
tha present season than at any time
since the grafllnga began to bear.
.. yet nameless, th new appla Is
a handsome fruit, rivaling the New.
town for keeping qualltle but hav
ing no water cor uch aa fa often
found in that variety. Th kln 1
heavy and tough and th meat firm,
which will lnaur l:s shipping qual
ltle. The flavor la tart, ana wnu
sr.ithtly resembling that of the Wlntar
lunana. Is distinctive. j
li.i.-.r.e shown the new apple to
marv experienced fruit men. and hav- j
. t. A ....t.l tll what !
inr tounu hjiio -" .
It la or had ever aoen anything UK
It Messra llyer anu na ....
they are warranted In th belief that
thoy hav originated a new variety.
SOLDIER IS GOOD FARMER
Fort Steven Servant Slakes S30
In Eight Months on Hogs.
FORT BTEVENS. Or, Nov. 5 Sp
c!lll ) Fort Steven old!er hav dem
onstrated In a very practical manner
to all I -ower Columbia River residents
the vast profit there la In raising hOK
and In the har.dHng cf a vegetable
Iletrlnnlns; with e'.ftht hogs this
Spring, valued at approximately 12').
Quarterrr.aaier Sergeant Hocking, of th
Ninety-third Corepacy. has on hand at
th present time J5 fat specimens, the
average value of which exceeds 139
apiece. In a period not exceeding elRht
norths he has Increased hie aa.ete to
$1SJ Of this sum less than JiO wns
spent In provldlnar feod additional to
that obtained from table s.-rape. so that
a conservative eetimate p'acea tne
profits to the company at SCO per cent
In leaa than one year.
Recently on of to olJe boss waa
killed and found ta weigh mere than
( pound. At im cents a pound, a. a
present 'price for dressed pork, this
hog was worth 7B.
Th aoldler are quit elated over
their farming xparlments and expect
to start In on a much larger scale next
APPLE PROSPERITY TOLD
Hood River Growers Find Exhibits
TTnneocssary to Sales.
HOO DRIVER, Or. Not. b. (Spe
cial.) C. L. Bmlth. a pioneer hortlcul
turtat of Kleallng. Wuh, haa' been
her endeavoring to our an exhibit
of local apples at th Spoken National
"When I approached your growers
and your commercial clu." said the
Washington fruit man. "I found a fool
ing of indifference toward the great
fair. The fruit from your valley has
been winning first prizes year after
year. In the many yeara that I hav
been connected with the different hor
ticultural and agricultural InetituUon
of th Northwest I hav always found
that such an Indifference as I find her
Is a plain criterion of prosperity.
Th former exhibits of Hood River
fruit have been made through the Com
mercial Club. The carload exhlblta of
last year were very expenatve. and the
funds of the club were so depleted that
It was decided not to repeat the exhibit
this season. It 1 th sentiment of
many of the prominent grower that
funds spent on the opening- of market)
where th apple are not known will
bo more beneficial than to spend th
money on ppl-ahow axhlbtta.
Mr. Smith was formerly of Oregon,
wher he was connected with the O.-W.
It. A N. Co. In Its agricultural demon
Lost lUver Dun Building.
KLAMATH FALLS. Or, Not. 5.
(Special.) Work on the Lost River di
version dam, being built for the Gov
ernment by George C Clark At Com
pany. Is approaching completion. A
comparatively small proportion of th
work remains to be done. All ma
terial for completing the work haa
been ahlpped to the camp save four
carloads of sand, which will b on th
ground shortly. Tha dam is to divert
Lost River Into Klamath River, In order
that Tul Lake, Into which Lost River
flows, may be reclaimed. Tule land,
aa a rule, la very rich aotl and It la be
lieved that some of th homesteads re
claimed by the project will be among
the richest In the United States.
LEWI" RITE II PROVES RICH
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Tat Utalka at Third Picking.
WOODLAND. Wash, Nov. C.
(Special.) Th accompanying
photograph wtil show what the
Lwl River Valley can produce
In th way of beana, which Is
only one of Die good crops that
thrive her. Th cut represents
two stalks of beans at the third
picking grown by M. Apllng, at
which tlm the two stalks pro
duced 15 beans that weighed T
pounds. These beans were grown
byMr. Apliti-r under contract for
the Woodland Canning Company,
who, while canning nearly all
fruits and vegetables, makes a
specialty of canned beans.
BURNS IS INSPECTED
Irrigation Project Believed
VISITORS ARE GRATIFIED
llTles River Valley Pleases Men
From Boise, Who Glean Reports
Made by Engineers Sent to
Look Over Ground.
BURNS, Or, Nov. 8. (Special.) C.
B. McConneJI, who has been here the
past two years promoting the schemes
for larg Irrigation projects In Silver
Creek and Silvio River Valleys, and
who haa baen making heavy expendi
tures for preliminary surveys, esti
mate, meaeuremcnta and other data,
returned a few days ago from Boise,
Idaho, accompanied by representatives
of capital who were sent here to make
Investigation of the Sllvles River pro
ject and ascertain the reliability of the
reports and estimates mad by air. Mc
C )nne.ll and his company.
O. M. Carter, of Boise, and l.T. Klnp,
a civil engineer of the- samo place; Mr.
Eaton, an Eastern capitalist, and Mr.
Horn, an engineer representing him
and his associates, were In the party.
They came in autos from Vale and aft
er entering Harney Valley they trav
eled back and forth over the northern
portion of It, which will be the first
section to com under th water from
the Sllvles River project.
They examined tha dam and reser
voir sites, the lower one about six
mile north of Burns and tha main one
In Silvio Valley, and they expressed
themselves as pleased with their find
Ipgs. The character and extent of the
land to be Irrigated appealed to them
as offering a good Inducement. They
complimented the engineers Cooper ex
Dodge on thla feature, saying It 1
very rarely they com across such a
Leonard Cole, who with his brother,
Emory, Is Interested In these enter
prises, accompanied th party, who re
turned to Boise Friday. The utmost
oonfldeno 1 felt jthat favorable re
ports will be made to the Interests
that are expected to furnish the capital
and that It will be forthcoming with
th opening of Spring for the begin
ning: of actual work.
STRONG BRIDGE IS NEEDED
Heavy reining Machinery Demands
Stiff Span at Gold HUL
GOLD HTT.U Or, Nor. K (Special.)
It has been learned here that the
County Court's reason for placing one
of the piers of the new hrldge across
Rogue River at thla place in what
many consider a perilous location, is
to gain strength for the structure by
making a shorter span. In making
the plans for the bridge the fact that
thla Is a mining district was taken Into
consideration and because the new
brldg will undoubtedly be called upon
to carry much heavy machinery It was
decided to make it stronger than the
regular type of bridge that Is being
erected In Jackson County.
The construction company that has
the contract for the new bridge guar
antees It to stand as built, and the
County Court is relying on this guar
antee. The Rogue River went on one of Its
periodic rampages two years ago the
last week In November, and It Is hopod
that the new bridge will be completed
well within th contract limit, which
Is December 1.
CELERY IS NEW INDUSTRY
For First Time Goldendale Market Is
Supplied With Antl-Soorbntlo.
GOLDENDALE, Waah.. Nov. S.
(Special.) The local market has been
supplied with home-grown celery this
year for the first time. Experiments
In celery culture have proven highly
successful. The local grown plant Is
equal In else, color and flavor to any
celery that has ever been shipped Into
Ooldendale. Roy Crooks, bookkeeper
In a local bank, rented a plot of
garden land on the Little Klickitat
River last Pprlng. on which he has de
voted all of his spare time to raising
celery. Mr. Crooks has supplied the
local market entirely so far.
Many residents are buying celery
from Mm In large quantities and bury
lng It for Winter use. Warren Marshal
and H. E. Cramer hav beds containing
over 100,000 plants on the fruit farm
of County Treasurer Marshal, seven
miles northeast of Ooldendale In tha
foothills of the Eimcoe Mountains,
which will soon be ready to put on the
QUARRY WORK PROBABLE
West Favor Using- Convicts TJpon
Clatsop Rock Plant.
SALEM. Or., Nov-. 6. (Special.)
Governor West, upon returning from
Astoria, haa expressed himself as favor
able toward providing the use of con
victs at the Clatsop County rock
quarry at Tongue Point. The County
Court of Clatsop County, during the
visit of the Oovernor to Astoria, re
quested the use of a certain number of
convicts for this purpose.
The county has discovered that the
distribution of crushed rock from many
small quarries is expensive and hopes
to cut the cost in two by the operation
of one large central quarry, the rock to
be distributed by means of scows
through the various large waterways.
The camp will be established about th
Drat of th year, acoordlng to the pres
ent plan, aa at that tlms additional
money will be available for road work.
Tallman Depot Reopened.
LEBANON, Or, Nov. 8. (Special)
Tallman. which has been closed for
some time as a railroad station, was
reopened bv order of the Railroad Com
mission. While there Is not much busi
ness at Tallman In the freight line, and
few tickets are sold. It Is considered by
th Commission of sufficient impor
tance to b kept open on aecount of th
transfer business from the Brownsville
and Springfield trains.
West Stayton Schools Crowded.
WEST STAYTON, Or.. Nov. 5. (Spe
cial.) At the rate West Stayton Is be
ing populated, th present school fa
cilities will soon b Inadequate. Every
new family arriving lncraaaa th at
Every woman's heart responds to
the charm and sweetness of a baby's
voice, because nature intended her
I for mnthprhond. But even tha
! loving nature of a mother shrinks
I e it.. 3 t t,-vnn,,cA ciinVi a tlm.
IrOUl LlltJ UIUCOl tClm3t3 DUlU O UU1U
is regarded as a period of suffering
and danger. Women who use
Mother's Friend are Eaved much
discomfort and suffering, and their
Eystems, being thoroughly prepared
by thi3 great remedy, are in a
, healthy condition to meet the time
j with the least possible suffering
and danger. Mother's Friend is
recommended only for the relief
and comfort of expectant mothers;
it is in no sense a remedy for vari-
ou3 ills, but its many years of suc
cess, and the thousands of endorse
ments received from women who
have used it are a guarantee of the
benefit to be derived from its use.
This remedy does not accomplish
wonders but simply assists nature
to perfect its work. Mother's
Friend allays nausea, prevents cak-
ing oi me -
bceasla, and in WOmOlPA,
everv wav con- . TJT.
motherhood. Mother's Friend ia
sold at drug stores. Write for our
free book for expectant mothers.
BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO,
tendance, but Mr. Humfeld, of North
Yakima, who arrived this week, beats
the established record of seven per
family which, strange to say, has
been the rule up to now by two, his
family consisting of self, wife and
seven children. Mr. Humfeld, who
halls from The Netherlands, as is
evidenced by his Rooseveltlan family,
will start a model Dutch dairy farm.
He has bought ten acres of Irrigated
land and rented IS acres from tlfe Wil
lamette Valley Irrigated Land Com
pany. YAMHILL REALTY ACTIVE
Healthy Tone of Market Shows Big
Growth In Year.
SHERIDAN, Or, Nov. 5. (SpeclaL)
The prosperity of Yamhill County
is refleotlng the title which thla seo
tlon bears as the garden spot of the
Willamette Valley. There Is a steady
movement of ranch and city property.
Newcomers continue to come In, and
land values, instead of being at a
standstill, are increasing.
In spit of the fact that land values
sre on the rise, the prloe of land In
Tamhlll County Is still below that of
other Valley oountles. Four railroads
have surveys Into the county. East
erners who are coming to Yamhill
County are nearly all going to the
farms, and all are loud In their praises
of Yamhill resources An unusual
number of Yamhill ranchers are build
lng fine homea, and nearly all the
newly ereoted realdencee are large, up-to-date
bungalowa. Freight receipts In
all of the cities and towns of th
county show a decided increase In ship
ping from all points.
Irrigation Plant Near Gervals,
GERVAIS. Or, Nov. 6. (6peolal.)
S. H. Brown Is Installing a pumping
plant on his farm, half a mile east of
her Mr. Brown has Just completed a
well or reservoir 14 feet In 'diameter
and 35 feet In depth, and through the
bottom of this well he will have two
s'x-lnch wells drilled to a depth of 125
feet. This plant Is being Installed by
Mr. Brown for the purpose of Irrigating
his 18-acro loganberry field. The plant
consists of an 11-horsepower gasoline
engine equipped with pumping ap
paratus that pumps 600 gallons a min
ute. This Is the largest plant estab
lished for Irrigation In the Willamette
Klamath Gets Apartment House,
KLAMATH FALLS. Or., Nov. 5.
(Special.) Jerry Looney. who has been
dolnB the plumbing in the new White
Pelican Hotel, now nearlng completion,
has doclded to build a 130.000 brick
apartment-house within 100 feet of the
hotel. It will be erected this Fall, and
will cover ground space of 50x130 feet,
and be two stories high. This Is an
other feather In the cap of the devel
opers, who Insisted In trying to build
the town at a distance from the river
district, and whose dissension from the
ideas of the older inhabitants led to
much bitter feeling. The old town was
settled along the Link River, which
A Ban Francisco phyejielan has within
the last few months been called to
Pacramento and Orovllle. In both cases
the patients were ladies and In
extremis with Brlght's Disease. Local
physicians declared nothing could be
done, and recourse was had to the San
Francisco physician. It did not look
like either patient could live a week.
On arrival the doctor put the pa
tients on Fulton's Renal Compound to
relax the kldneye. aiding It with active
measures to sustain the heart and In
crease the eliminations. One of the
cases had uraemie vomiting usually
Recoveries are being had In both
cases, each patient being up and
around at last advices. Physicians can
have the names of both patients.
The advantage that the San Fran
cisco physician had over the local mem
ben of the profession laid In Fulton's
Renald Compound, which he aided with
vigorous measure. (This text books
contain no agents to relax inflamed
If the local physician had given the
Ronal Compound when first called in
their Digitalis. Nitro Glycerine,
Basham's Mixture, etc, would have
meant something for these and other
measures are helpful when required.
But without the Renal Compound to
relax the kidney they are futile, and
failure is certain In chronic cases
(nearly 90,000 deaths last year and
Physicians In probably every state
In the Union are saving cases or
Brlght's and chronic kidney disease
with Fulton's Renal Compound, but
the constant reiteration by the books
of their Incurability is costing thou
sands of lives. It took the world forty
years to accept quinine and we pre
sume we must b patient, but what
about the poor unfortunates who are
dying and cannot wait!
WHEN OTHERS FAIL
Call and let us give you a careful,
pains taking examination absolutely
free. Our opinion and advice will cost
you nothing. Perhaps a little advice Is
all you need. X - Ray examinations,
when necessary, free. No money re
quired to commence treatment.
Ycu Can Fay Fee Whan Cured
During our many years of active practice in MEN'S AILMENTS in
Portland some unscrupulous so-called specialists have invaded the city
and tried to steal our methods and advertisements, but not being able
to steal our brains they were not able to succeed in their dishonest
wavs: so do not be misled by them, but come to us, the oldest estab
lished SPECIALISTS for MEN In the city, who guarantee cures, or maka
no charge for their services.
Remember, we have been here for yeara, are permanently located,
. Incorporated and licensed under the lawa of Oregon to conduct and
operate a Medical Institute, Sanitarium and Hospital for the treatment
of Men'a Ailmente. You take no riak when you treat with na. We are
here to etay. and for all time, and yon will alwaya know where to find
tie. We are not here today and gone tomorrow. Oar ataff of pfayaiclana
are graduate from the leading eollrgea In the TJnlted Statea. and have
been in active practice from 15 to 2(1 yeara, and are duly qualified and
licensed to practice medicine and surgery In tbfa and aeveral atntea. la
veetfsrate our record and atandlng nnd compare them wltb the other
ao-called specialists who have only been In our elty a few weeka or
montn. and wbo have copied onr announcementa, which the newapapera
reeorda will ahow. Beware Investigate! Men. if afflicted or In trou
ble, call and have a friendly talk I it will coat yon nothing. We will
be your friend aa well aa your phyalclan, and will advtae yon eawdluly,
honestly and eonaclentloualy. Call today. Don't delay or neglect your
self. We Treat Men Only Cures Guaranteed
.Specific Blood Poison Cured in One Treatment
BT PROF. KHIILICH'1 GREAT DIS- 11 Cftf? "
COVERY AKD BLESSING TO MANKIND UU
We Cure Weakness '
also known as Nervous Debility, Nervo - Vital Debility, Neurasthenia,
etc If you have any avmptoma of this ailment, such as loss of energy
or ambition, vitality, easily fatigued, dull, listless feeling, nervousness
and other symptoms, we want you to be sure and call. We have given
this condition of men special study and we unhesitatingly say that our
treatment is not excelled by any other specialists regardless of what
they may claim. We know what we have accomplished in even the most
severe cases, and there Is no reason to believe we cannot cure YOU also.
We Cure Bladder and Kidney Troubles
. Varicose Veins, Rupture, Piles and Fistula
We are specialists and are prepared to give you quick relief and a
MEN, IF IN TROUBLE, CONSULT US TODAY. If you cannot call,
write for free book and self-examination blank. Many cases oured at
home. Hours 9 A. II. to I P. 51; Sundays, 10 to 12.
OREGON MEDICAL INSTITUTE
I014 MORRISON ST, BET. FOURTH AND FIFTH, PORTLAND, OR,
gave the city Its former name. Link
villa. a 1
WOODLAND'S GROWTH FAST
P. A. Bin I Constructing- Two
Story Concrete Building Now.
WOODLAND, Wash, Nov. 5. (Spe
cial.) On the completion of the P. A.
Blue two-story 30x80 roncrete building
which now has the roof on. Woodland
will boast of three two-story and one
one-story concrete business buildings
and one concrete-block residence, all of
which have been erected In the past
Mr. Blue's building will he a hand
some one, the lower front being of
plate glass and the upper story front
of pressed brick with terracotta coping
and ornaments. By getting the roof
on at the present time work on the
finishing of the Interior will not be re
tarded during the rainy weather which
may be expected at any time.
Dallas Flans for Growth.
DALLAS, Or, Nov. 5. .Special.)
According to present Indications, Dallas
Is soon to have a large machine shop,
new depot and other new railroad fa
cilities. It being practically assured
that a new railroad Is soon to enter
here, and this is to be the location of
a union depot and car shops. Not only
this, but arrangements arg now on foot
to ereot large woolen mills In this city.
Dallas is In need of such an industry
and offers an Ideal location for the
I Was Cured by Lydia E. Pink-
ham s Vegetable compound
Wanrika, Okla. "I had female trou
bles for seven years, was all run down.
ana so nervous x
could not do any
thing. The doctors
treated me for dif
ferent things bat
did me no good. I
got so bad that I
could not sleep day
or night. While in
this condition I read
of Lydia E. Pink
be ran its use and
wrote to Mrs. Pinkham for advice. In
a short time I had gained my average
weight and am now strong and welL"
Mrs. Saxlie Stevens, E. T. D., No.
8, Box 81, Waurika, Okla.
Another Grateful Woman.
Huntington, Mass. "I was in a ner
vous, run down condition and for three
years could find no help.
"I owe my present good health to
Lydia E. Pinkham's vegetable Com
pound and Blood Purifier which 1 be
lieve saved my life.
"My doctor knows what helped me
and does not say one word against it."
Mrs. Maki Janette Bates, Box
134, Huntington, Mass.
Because your case is a difficult one,
doctors having done you no good, do
not continue to suffer without giving
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound a trial. It surely has cured
many cases of female ills, such as in
flammation, ulceration, displacements,
fibroid tumors; irregularities, periodic
pains, backache, that bearing-dowa
feeling, and nervous prostration.
Ar effeoted by th uaa of
roote and herba. "So opera
tions, no polaonoua druxa.
We have made a life study
tn thla line and you will re
ceive the benefit of our re
search. ""Men and women
cured of private ailments.
K e r v o u aneaa. rheumatism,
asthma. pneumonia, blood
poison, lung trouble and dis
eases or a:i Minna. consul
THE WTSQ WO CHUTESE MEDICINE CO,
18&4fc llorxlsea at-, fertlaad Or.
g' wj Ki.. u a ii
r j' .
DR. A. G. SMITH,
The Leading Specialist.
I am a rereUtered and ltceBiei
physician, conf Inlns my special
practice to the allmeotB of MEN. 1
have more money Invested in my
etabllshment than all other Fort
land apeclallstn combined.
I see and treat my patients per
sonally. All men should know who
the doctor Is they consult. I use my
photograph so that when you come
to see me personally you will recog
nize me. Investigate my personal
standing before accepting treatment
from a doctor of unknown Identity
belna; treated in a satisfactory man
ner by youi present doctor? Ia he
carrying out his promises? Has he
cured you in a reasonable time, and
lived up to his guarantee? Are you
paying him exorbitant prices for
medicine: Does he employ thorough
ly up-to-date and scientific methods,
which would be approved by the reg
ular family doctor? If you cannot
answer these questions favorably to
yourself, come and have a confiden
tial talk with me about your case.
It will cost you nothing.
VARICOSE VEIJfS, BLOOD POISON,
FILES, FISTULA, ETC,
Cured in S Days
No Detention From Oecupatlon,
Family or Home.
SO SEVERE OPERATIONS,
MANY CASES PERMANENTLY
CURED IN ONE TREATMENT.
MOST TIME - SAVING, 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 18 A
FACT. I Ail 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
I Invite you to come to my office.
I will explain to you my treatment
for Varicose Veins, Hernia, Nervous
Debility, Blood Ailments. Piles, Fis
tula, Bladder, Kidney and all
Men's Ailments, and give you
FREE a physical examination; If
necessarv a microscopical and chem
ical analvsls of secretions, to deter
mine pathological and bacteriologi
cal conditions. Every person should
take advantage of thla opportunity
to learn their true condition. A per
manent cure Is what you want.
My offices are open all day from
9 A. M. to 8 P. M., and Sundays from
10 to 1.
A. G. Smith, M. D.
Morrison St., Corner 2d.
Nerve, Blood and Skin Dlaeaae
Consultation and Examination Free.
WASHINGTON ST, COR 6tn,
r ' DR. KEEFE Gnaran-
.f. '? .... . .. -, ViRT.
COSE VEINS, HY-
:.- : i 1 1 is. v. r, a a
-,.T B L A D D ER TROU-
, -ViK,T, AILMENTS,
v if v II T nFHii..
ITV, W B A K N E SS,
F-h, T-jj PILES AND BLOOD
Vvs. - ?S P,OISON. Treatment
V- 'V-ak and personal advice
"NOT A DOLLAR NEED BE PAID
TJX LESS CURED."
9 to B, T to 8 Dally; Similar, 10 to 1.
Legally Qualified In Oregon and
Xt la estimated that there are 1.471.000
native Christiana In India,