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TITE SmnXIXG OREGONTAX. MONDAY, JANUARY '23, 1W1S.
POTATO CROP PAYS
Growers Around Woodburn
Reap Big Profits.
SUPPLY LARGE, PRICE HIGH
Ft flora Id Many Case $TS an Acre
Exclusive of Calls and Sed and
In Some Instance la aa High
a $100 Walt Hlher Price.
WOODBVR.V. Or- Jan. SI. (Special.)
That potato-railing- la a profitable
business la evidenced by the handsome
returns that some of the growers are
obtaining- this waion for their crops.
A great many have received $7S an acre
net for their crops after holdtna- back
sufficient for domestic needs and also
for Spring planting. In many Instances
from 110 to 1:0 more an acre will be
resitted from the sale of small seed, the
demand for which has not ret appeared.
William Llecbty. a grower living on
Howell Prairie, south of this city. com.
pleted delivery this week -of his crop
from 10 acres which netted him 1100 an
acre for the well-graded table stock,
all shipped to the Southern market. The
crop consisted of 3071 bushels, put up
In Kit sacks, for which he received a
check for $10" I 10. He still has on hand
several hundred bushela of seed stock
as well as sufficient culls (under size
and bad shaped! to provide feed for
Els stock until Spring.
Another Instance Is that of H. Kunze.
a grower living east of thla city. From
four acres he sold nearly SOO bushels,
receiving t:s and he Is holding 100
bushels, for which he can get tltO.
The crop In this section Is at least
19 per cent larger than that of laM
year, and even though shipments to
date hsve been proportionately heavy,
there la still a large amount of stock
to move. Growers are confidently wait
ing for higher prices, and only a few
of them are wtlMnr to accept the pre
vailing price of to cenla to 11 per nun
The demsnd for special aeed varieties.
such as Early Rose. Garnet Chill and
American Wonders, has been extreme
ly heavy, and few If any are left In
growers' bands, all offering having been
taken by the buyers at prices from 10
cents to IS cents premium over prices
paid for Burbanka.
PRISON FLAX MILL PLAN
Cloving jf Stove Foundries Prompts
Provision for Convict.
SALEM. Or, Jan. Jl. f SpeclaL)
Fstabllshment or a flax mill at the
penitentiary to promote the develop
ment of the flax Industry In the Wil
lamette Valley Is one of th plans now
under way by the prison officials to
give work to the convicts that will be
thrown out of employment when the
stove foundries at the -prison are abut
While the scheme Is still In an em
bryo stage. It seems certain that It will
be carried oat to successful fulfillment.
ind thst those who have long been
snxlous to see flsx promoted here will
assist In the enterprise.
Another plan la to establish a simi
lar competition amonir the convicts
that has been estsblished by Superin
tendent Alderman among the school
Those convicts who desire to enter
Into competition will esch be given a
filece of land for the purpose of grow
ng agricultural products. The ones
who prove most efficient will be given
prizes simllsr to those given to school
INSURANCE FIRM PROSPERS
forest Grove Company Electa Four
Director for Year.
FOREST GROVE. Or, Jan Jl. (Spe-
rlal.) At the annual meeting of the
Bankers' and Merchants' Mutual Fire
Insurance Association. Judge W. IL
Mollis, secretary, read the annual re
port, which showed the affairs of the
company to be In good condition.
The report shows the amount of In
surance carried en policies In force to
be tl.SST.01t.lt. Of this sum tha com
pany sustained a loss of S4.419.19 the
past year The company now has cash
on hand to the amount of tl5.lJ2.20
and the assets total $1.5:J.7. The as
sociation elected four directors, as fol
lows: Judge W. H. Hollis. E. W.
Haines, president of the First National
Bank. C. W. Mirts and George O. Pat
terson, business men of the city.
The directors elected the following
officers: President. E. W. Haines:
vice-president. George O. Patterson;
secretary. W. H. Hollis; treasurer. C.
Mining- District to Become Active.
EUGENE. Or, Jan. Jl. (Special.)
Stockholders of the North Falrvlew
Mining Company. Bohemia district, at
a special meeting yesterday, directed
active operation of Its properties as
aoon as weatner coodttlons will per
mit. The recent purchase of tha Crys
tal Mill, adjoining, gives the neces
ray equipment, and tests now being
made show free-milling ore In suffi
cient quantities to keep the mill busy
for several years. The mine of the
tVest Coast Mining Company, adjoin
ing the North Farvlew claims, has been
eperatlng for tha past It months con
tinuously, with an output averaging
tit a day.
Lewis River Telephone Finn Elects.
WOODLAND. Wash, Jan. Jl. (Spe-
rlal.) The annual meeting of the
1-ewls River Independent Telephone
Company took place here thla week
with the election of the following offi
cers. A. L Bosorth. president: Carl
Johnson, vice-president; Tom Stratton.
treasurer, and E- C Swart, John Hicks
snd T. N. Hulett. directors. The line
now extends from Woodlsnd to Yale. Ii
miles above here on the Cowllta County
side and It Is Intended to finish It aa
far as Cougsr. it miles above here,
during the coming Sumner.
Wlnrliell Extends Holdings.
HUSCM. Wssh, Jan. 21. (Special.)
C J. Wlnchcli has purchased to acres
from William Gregory, four miles up
the White Salmon River from here. The
Wlnchell orchard tract now contains
10 acres, which la being developed and
planted to fruit trees.
Bend Floor Mill Operntlng.
BEND. Or, Jan. II. (f pecial.) The
flour mill of ' e Bend Mlll'n.- & Ware-
bouse Co. is now In operation. It Is
operated by electricity, power being ob
tained from the Deschutes River.
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roMBIXATlOX HOOK XD LADDER A.D CHEMICAL OF rUF. VANCOUVER KIRE DEPARTMENT.
VANCOUVER. Wash Jan. il. (SpeclaL) Vancouver's fire department Is now equipped with a rrodern
automobile fire truck and chemical engine combined. The new piece of apparatus was tested this week and
found to work wel
PORT PETITIONS ARE OUT
RICH TERRITORY EMBRACED IX
Improved Harbor Will Slake Drain
Gateway for Traffic to Sea.
Voters to Decide Question.
ROSEBCHG. Or, Jan. II. (SpeclaL)
For tha purpose of Incorporating; the
Port of Cmpqua. petitions are now In
circulation In the territory affected
and will later be presented to the
County Court with a request that an
elective date be set.
The territory embraced in the boun
daries of the proposed Incorporation
contains about tlO.000.000 worth of
taxable property and close to 1200 vot
ers. With the port once ' established,
the voters may bond the territory In
volved In order to Improve the har
bor and thus make Drain the natural
In the event the court deema the pe
titions of sufficient Importance. It Is
Incumbent upon It to call an election
on the question of forming the port.
This question rests exclusively with
the voters of the territory Involved.
The boundaries of the territory aa set
out In the petitions follow:
That portion ef Douglse County lying on
the na-urat watershed of the Umpqua River
and tributaries north of the soutb boundary
line of Townahlp 24. south trunnlna Juet
soutb of Oakland) and west of the eat
boundary .ln of Township 2. west of the
Willamette Meridian; excepting therefrom
the lands within said boundaries lying on
the wstersneds of the fiualsw snd Coos
Klver st a special election to be called
by said County Court, the ou ration whether
or not that portion or Douglas County, Ore
gon, lying on the natural watershed of the
t'rapqua River and Its tributaries north
of the said boundary line of Townahlp 24.
south, and west of the eat boundary line of
Township 3; excepting therefrom the lands
within said boundaries lying on the water
sheds of he slualsw and Coos Rivera
The proceedings under which this
movement Is going forward are In ac
cordance with the provisions of an act
of the Legislative Assembly of the
State of Oregon, passed at the regular
session In 109.
ALASKA MARKET REVEALED
Mining Man Says Portland la
Best Equipped for Trade.
B. S. Thsne. manager of the Alaska
Gantenau Mining Company, of New
York and London. Is at the Hotel Port
land from Juneau, Alaska. Mr. Thane
Is on his way East on one of his semi
annual trips to make his reports and
discuss conditions with the directors for
"Our gold mining proposition In the
Juneau district, he said. "Is different
from that In any other part of the
world There is no more property to
be acquired, no atock for sale and the
present companies have sufficient ore
In sight to keep them busy for the next
hundred years, unless gold gets much
chesper than It Is now.
"it is a low-grade ore. worth fl a
ton ana nets sdoui oo cents, and Is a
close, but certain, business proposition
as there Is -ample water power for all
purpoaea. Labor Is of the highest class.
eu paia ana personal comrorts are
equal to thoae of men of similar class
by Portland business men do not
take advantage of the opportunity to do
more Business witn tne section I can
not understand, aa It awalta them, and
It Is recognised that the merchants
here are In a better position to handle
the Alaska trade than any other city
on me t-oasi.
RAILROAD PATRONS VEXED
WUtamlna Committee Goes to Salem
to File Protest. '
SHERIDAN. Or, Jan. Jl. (Special.)
Spurred by the declarations of out
raged patrons who avow tha'. the serv
ice on the Shefldan 4 Wlllamlna Rail
road Is unfit, a committee of cltlsena
from Wlllamlna atarted for Salem yes
terday to file a formal protest with tha
State Railroad Commission.
Long has been the fight between the
people of Wlllamlna and the railroad
company and unanimous has been the
assertion that danger lurked In every
trip made over the road. The commit
tee haa been Inatructed to learn what
rights. If any. the cltisens of Wllla
mlna have and what remedy may be
TWILIGHT WILL PROGRESS
Residents Form Community Club to
Promote Hamlet's Interests.
OREGON CITT. Or, Jan. II. "The
Twilight Community Club Is the name
of the organisation formed at Twilight
Saturday night. The object of the club
la "to promote the Interests of Twilight
from a moraL social, educational and
IN PACIFIC NORTHWEST
VANCOUVER HAS MODERN AUTOMOBILE
1 a - X'v-
progressive standpoint." also. to deal
with all matters pertaining to the im
provement of Twilight or to work
along the lines of commercial clubs.
The election of officers will take place
twice a year, on January 1 and July 1.
The meetings will be held the sec
ond and fourth ' Saturdays of each
month, when a literary and musical
programme will be given. A banquet
will be given In the near future, and
at this time It la planned to have prom
inent speakers talk on agricultural
subjects. It Is 'also being planned to
have a farmers' Institute held at that
place. Sixty dollars was raised for
the building of sidewalks to extend
south of Twilight.
The officers elected are as follows:
George M. Laxelfo president; J. C M.
Dodds. vice-president: B. U Harvey,
secretary; Mlsa Lease McDonald, treas
urer; L. A. Bullard. sergeent-at-arms.
The membership committee Is M. J. La
selle. chairman; J. C M. Dodds and
Miss Nell Snooks.
UNIT PUN IS ADOPTED
ORCHARD SYSTEM AT HOOT)
RIVER DECLARED ADVANTAGE.
Irrigation Plant Installed to Give
Water to Individual Trees.
Farm Tracts Reserved.
HOOD RIVER. Or, Jan. II. (Spe
cial.) Following substantially the
same plan that has been used In the
ownership of large office buildings In
Portland. Seattle. Spokane and other
cities, the Central Orchard Company
haa Inaugurated here the unit aystem
of owning orchard land. The unit
tract of the Central Orchard Company,
whiua owns about 150 acres In the dis
trict, comprises 100 acrea in Central
Vale, about eight miles south of the
Iievelopment on the tracta has been
going on for a number of years and at
present the tract haa 10 acrea of bear
ing orchard. Contracts have been let
for the clearing of the remainder of
the land thla season. However, a pro
vision has been made for a part of
the unit tract to be devoted to general
One of the features of the cultiva
tlon of the tract Is the Irrigation ays
tern that Is being- Installed on all the
Central orchards. A high pressure
pipe, which will cost several thousand
dollars, has been begun- and thus the
orchards will be sprinkled.
C. R. Bone, who Is president of the
Central Orchards Company, declares
that the sprinkling system will great
ly benefit the growing trees. Mr. Bone
thinks It will be practical to extend
the pipe line to each tree and have a
sprinkler attached above each one. the
pipe to which It would be attached be
ing extended as the tree grows In
The other officers of the orchard
company are: C H. Sproat, manager
.of the Apple-Growers' Union, and E,
O. Blanchar, cashier of the First Na
Orchard Tracts Are Cleared.
II U SUM. Wash, Jan. JL (Special.)
After laying aside all tools for clear
ing orchard tracta In this vicinity,
when the first flurry of snow occurred
some two weeks ago. activity Is again
displayed along that Una in preparing
landa for Spring planting. Fruit In
spector Olson, of this place, asserts
that the prospects are good for the
largest acreage being planted to fruit
trees In the Spring that has ever been
witnessed In the history of the White
Salmon River Valley.
Plants Shipped to Orient.
CANBT. Or, Jan. 11. (Special.)
The Canby branch of the R. M. Kellogg
Company, of Three Rivers. Mich,
shipped 2000 strawberry planta to Japan
by mall laat week. It Is said that the
Orient soon will be large purchasers of
the plants. They can be sent by mall,
parcels post. In 11-pound packages, to
Japan, cheaper than tbey can to Port
Rochester Gets Newspaper.
CENTRA LI A. Wash, Jan. II. (Spe
cial.) Rochester Is to have a print
ing office and a weekly newspaper.
Tha plant Is to be opened by a man
who haa been successfully operating
a paper In Southern Oregon, but who
has been Induced to move to Rochester
through the efforts of the recently or
ganized Rochester Commercial Club.
New Road Incorporates.
SALEM. Or, Jan. II. (Special.)
Articles of Incorporation were filed
Saturday by the Valley 4 Ellets road to
operate from Falls City to Simpson,
near the coast. The capitalisation Is
placed at 1300.000. and the Incorporat
ors are F. 8. Belcher. H. A, Packard
nd E. V. Llttlefleld.
Glendale Building Erected.
GLENDALE. Or.. Jan. II. (Special.)
On the site where a few months ago
fire wiped out a frame business block.
l substantial two-story concrete bulld
ng will be completed about March 1.
It win be the first concrete building
erected In thla city.
i til t
APPLE IS BEST FRUIT
ORCHARD EXPERT ADVISES
WEST STAYTOX LAND OWNERS.
Pears Have Blight Hazard Hanging
Over Them at All Times Conn
try Excellent for Vegetables.
WEST STATTON, Or, Jan. II. (Spe
cial.) W. Wellington Phillips, of Spo
kane, Wash, an expert grower of fine
orchards, has for the past couple of
weeks been visiting various fruit dis
tricts throughout tne WiHamette Val
ley, consulting with horticultural ex
perts, college professors, orchardlsts.
etc, to ascertain what will be the Ideal
apple to grow on the irrigated lands at
West Stayton. He has been employed
for this purpose by some of the recent
settlers and by Hartman Thompson
on behalf of the Willamette Valley Ir
rigated Land Company.
The questions for the expert to de
cide upon were what would be best
to raise In this part of Marlon County,
pears, prunes and apples, and what va
riety? Mr. Phillips concludes that ap
ples will be the fruit to raise, as prune
orchards are not in as much demand.
and as to pears, he reports as follows:
"Pears probably would do well, but
the blight hazard bangs over them at
all times. In all districts and under Ir
rigation and Intercropping and high
cultivation are most certain to suffer
an early death, as anything which tends
to produce rapid growth In the trees
creates conditions favorable to the rav
ages of blight."
As to apples be reports as follows:
"For apple varieties, plant 60 per
cent Rome Beauty, 10 per cent Gano and
20 per cent Tompkins King. Use the
Wagener whenever a filler is desired.
Put the main orchard In on the aquare
30 feet each way, or 50 trees to the
acre. All are known to have good es
tablished markets and are well adapted
to your soil conditions.
"The square system Is superior to the
hexagonal in planting, particularly
where an intercrop will be grown, as
cultivation is simplified.
"The Newtown' Is omitted because of
the tendency of the apple to scab, and
the trees' sensitiveness to slightly Im
proper pruning, checking production,
and demand for clay soil.
'The Spitzenberg Is omitted because
It is aubject to diseases of all kinds, is
hard to grow, and hard to keep yield
ing uniformly well.
"The Ortley is an experiment In the
lower part of the valley. Might do
welL Grimes' Golden undoubtedly are
safe apples, but are tender Clipper-' and
an early Fall, in lieu of a Winter ap
ple. "Vanderpool Reds are excellent. The
tree will overbear and produce under
sized fruit unless carefully handled.
Not widely known, but are always sal
able and are long-time keepers. It may
be well to append that under irriga
tion you have at West Stayton beyond
all question of doubt. Ideal land for
loganberries, strawberries, gooseberries
and other small fruits, as well as for
onions, celery, potatoes and vegetables."
Hartman cV Thompson, who are set
ting out several small orchards for
Portland Investors, will accordingly
plant Rome Beauty, Gano and Tomkins
King. Sixty-seven acres in all will be
set out by them and several of the new
comers hailing from the Spokane Val
ley and from Montana will also set out
several acres each, probably 70 acrea
for a starter.
CANNING PLANT TO BUILD
Hillsboro Citizens Subscribe Cash to
Aid of Industry.
HILLSBORO. Or, Jan. II. (Special.)
The World Keepfresh Company, man
ufacturers of preserved products. In
cluding vegetables and fruits of All
kinds, through their representatives. A.
B. Kirk and R. W. King, have closed
stock books in the sum of 110,000 for
the establishment of a plant In this
city, and have purchased a quarter
block on Tenth and Washington
streets. - The company will start con
struction of the plant next week.
Two large new warehouses are al
ready on the property and these build.
Ings will be connected with a furnace,
and used for manufacturing.
Washington County has a large acre
age of vegetable and fruit lands, and
every year thousands of dollars' worth
of the product goes to waste.
Nearly all the stock in the new ven
ture was subscribed by local people.
Harden Gets Chehalls Backing.
CHEHALIS. Wash., Jan. II. (Spe
claL) The trustees of the Chehalls
Citizens' Club met Friday night to con
sider matters Incidental to the Olympla
meeting of the Southwestern Washing
ton Development Association. A meet
ing of the members of the club has
been called for Tuesday evening to
boost the Olympla gathering. At Fri
day night's meeting Secretary Merrell
was directed to telegraph Senator Jones
that the trustees had gone on record as
1. favor of the appointment' of S. M.
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101 Vs MORRISOJf ST, BETWEEN FOURTH AND FIFTH, PORTLAND, OR.
Hsyden, of Tacoma. as a candidate for
Federal Judge to succeed Judge Don
worth. SPRINGFIELD TO HAVE MILL
Flour Plant to Be Built by Thorns
Bros. Other Factories Coming.
SPRINGFIELD. Or, Jan. 21. (Spe
cial.) A new flour mill will be built
In Springfield this Spring by Thomas
Bros, at Third and G streets. Frank
Thorns is now owner of the flour mill
at Jefferson, while his brother. D. C,
Is an experienced elevator man from
Texas. The plant will be operated by
electricity. This Is the second flour
mill here. The first one, built in 1854.
is still in operation.
The new mill was located nere
through the efforts of the Springfield
Commercial Club, which has the prom
ise of other factories In the near fu
ture. GOAT BREEDERS PLAN CLUB
Territory Around Lyle Is Declared
Excellent for Industry.
LYLE. Wash, Jan. 21. (Special.)
The Angora Goat Association of Lyle Is
proposed by 15 mohair growers of
Western Klickitat who have signified
their willingness to become members.
Rev. Mr. Hylton, known as the dean
of the goat Industry in this region,
probably will be named the first presi
dent, of the association.
The settlers and homebuilders about
Lyle find goat meat is superior to mut
ton and climatic and feed conditions are
favorable in this vicinity.
Wlnlock Looks to Future. Hopefully.
WINLOCK. Wash, Jan. 21. (Special.)
Wlnlock expects the year 1912 to be
a record one for the town In the way
of erection of more Substantial build
ings to replace those destroyed In the
recent fire. The new Northern Faclfic
depot is assured at an early date.
Charles Blum is soon to erect a 50 by
100-foot building. J. V. Warne will
rebuild his drug store of brick. T. J.
Elliott will also rebuild. Otto Wichert
and the W. O. W. will erect two-story
buildings, the latter contemplating a
three-story structure. As a result of
the two previous fires a large number
of brick and concrete buildings have
already been built and the projected
ones will give the town a more modern
and up-to-date appearance than ever
Springfield Extends Paving.
SPRINGFIELD, Or, Jan. II. (Spe
claL) Springfield is still going ahead
with Its extensive street improvement
programme. After macadamizing sev
eral miles of residence streets and
paving the principal business street
last year, arrangements are now being
made to macadamize several other
streets. The City Council has ordered
the following streets Improved in this
manner: K, U M. 1. Laura and Water
streets and Kelly boulevard.
Benton Frult-Growers Elect,
CORVALIIS, Or, Jan. 21. (Special.)
At the annual election of officers of
the Benton County Fruitgrowers Asso
ciation today, the following persons
were elected to serve the ensuing year:
President. W. 8. Brown; secretary, J. A.
Kerr; directors, W. F. Groves, George
Armstrong and Charles Pernol. A pur
chasing committee was appointed
throughwhom all the spray material
used by members of the association will
Kernville to Have Cannery.
NEWPORT, Or, Jan. 21. (Special.)
Kernville. on the Silets River, is to
have a new salmon cannery. At pres
ent the only cannery on the Slletz Riv
er Is that belonging to the Elmore es
tate. H. F. Barnes, a Portland business
man. who owns the canneries at V aid
port, on Alsea Bay. and Oysterville, on
Yaqulna Bay. is to establish the new
Slletz cannery. Gasoline schooners call
regularly at Kernville.
Many Turn to Fruit-Raising.
FALLS CITY, Or, Jan. 21. (Special.)
Preparations are being made here
for more extensive orchard and berry
planting this Spring than ever before.
Falls City people are turning from the
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Cure, to Stay Cured
For 30 days I will heal and cure all Weak.
Kick, Diseased and Discouraged men at a
reduced fee. This Is just one-half my usual
charge. 1 rive you the same care and at
tention ss-If you paid my regular fee.- Tou
could receive no better service tor $1000. If
rou could but talk to the many cured patients
am dismissing daily, you would refuse to
suffer longer on the promise of other doctors.
Don't be a Weakling, a Failure, and your life'
a miserable existence. Why pay exorbitant
fees when I offer you better curative treat
ment for this low charge? I am a man of In
dependent mesne; the curing of my patients
Is my first and only thought. In this I differ
widely from grnsplng doctors who think only
of their fee and care little for the welfare of
their fellow men. Take advantage of thla
offer at once; don't wait till the last few
days, when the crowded condition of my
eifiue may prevent you seeing me.
who are gloomy
way you feel
uncertainties of the lumber business to
agriculture, gardening and fruit-raising.
Canby Market Active.
CANBT. Or., Jan. 21. (Special.)
Canby is rapidly assuming Importance
as a meat-shipping point. In the past
five weeks the farmers in this vicinity
have received til. BOO for bops and veal
bought and shipped from here by the
Union Meat Company. More farmers
are taking up the raising of hogs each
No young woman in the joy of
coming motherhood, should neglect
to prepare her system for the physi
cal ordeal she is to undergo. The
health of both she and her coming
child depends largely upon the care
she bestows upon herself during
the waiting months. Mother's"
Friend prepares the expectant
mother's system for the coming
event, and its use makes her com
fortable during all the term. It
works with and for nature, and by
gradually expanding all tissues,
muscles and tendons, involved, and
keeping the breasts in good condi
tion, brings the woman to the crisis
in splendid physical condition. The
baby too is more .apt to be perfect
and strong where the mother has
thus prepared herself for nature's
supreme function. No better ad
vice could be given a young ex
pectant mother than that she use
Mother's Friend; it is a medicine
that has proven its value in thou
sands of cases.
Mother's Friend Mnf TIPT C
is sold at druK-!ULCAP
stores. Write for rTli01rl
free book for ex- -
pectant mothers which contains
much valuable information, and
many suggestions of a helpful na
ture. BRADFLELD REGULATOR CO
I rare quickly and pesmanently all
curable eases of VARICOSE VEINS
without aevere unrzlral operations;
SPECIFIC BLOOD POISON' without In
jurious drugs (60S skillfully adminis
tered If preferred); N'ERVO-VITAL lK
BIIJTV without stimulative remedies;
BLADDER an KIDNEY troubles;
FILES and all RECTAL aliments of men.
PAY WHEN SATISFIED
Is your absolute pro
E x a m I n atlon and
Diagnosis free and
private. No c
personal visit to of
Cce required before
mences. I must first
see and know your
exact .condition. This
Is the only intetll
C n t satisfactory
way. Coma today.
I use you honest
ly, treat you skill
fully and cure you
dally. 9 to 5; even
I n k m. 7 to I: Sun
days. 10 to 1.
DR. GREEN CO.
S63 Washingtou bt, Forthand, Or.
OR. A. G. SMITH.
The Leadlnar Specialist.
I am a registered and Ileeaaed
physician, conflnlutj nlT special
practice to the ailments of MKN. I
have more money Invested In my
establishment than all other Port
land specialists 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
being treated in a satisfactory man
ner by your present doctor? Is he
carrying out nis 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
. ourself, come and have a confiden
tial talk with me about your case.
It will cost you nothing.
Cured in 5 Days
fio Detention From Occupation,
Family or Home.
NO SEVERE OPERATI ONS,
MANY CASES PERMANENTLY
CURED IN ONE TREATMENT.
MOST TIME - ' TING, MOST NAT
URAL, MOST SAFE. A RADICAL
AND P BRMANENT CURE. I
GIVE MY 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
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 necessary a
microscopical and chemical analysis
of secretions, to determine patho
logical and bacteriological condi
tions, Every person should take ad
vantage of this opportunity to learn
their true condition. A permanent
cure is what you want.
My offices are open all day from
9 A. M. to 8 P. M., and Sundays from
A. G. Smith, M. D.
S34H Morrlaoi St., Corner 2d,
1 oublian my own nhotoKraDh. per
tonally conduct my own office, have
no connection with any "medical
company," "Institute" or "museum,"
but am a thoroughly reliable, up-to-date
scientific specialist In all ail
ments of men. No hired substitutes
to treat you. If I accept your case
for treatment and do not effect a
quick and lasting cure, you need not
pay one cent of my small fee.
BLOOD POISON lir
to B, 7 to 8 Dallyt Sunday, 10 to L
Examination Advice Free.
Rooms 11-14 Lafayette Bids;.,
JlSVi WASHINGTON ST., COK 6th,
M E N
DON'T GIVE I'P HOPK
THKKE IS HKI.P FOR YOC
1 will treat aoma
ef your ailments tor
sa low a fee aa $i
and (10. I will
make you aa ex
ceptionally low fee
on any ailment you
may be auHennj
With this low
fee snd my lonf
and auccessful ex
perience iu treat
ing ailments ot
men you need not
Buffer another day.
I don't care who baa
V tried to cure you.
before ceelns me. I,--
Bt the latest method j""'
MIMICAL science I Y"L"X,'!LWnri
MATISM. LIVER AILMKNTS AI AIX
CHRONIC AILMENTS Ol MEN.
Come lo and aee me. Have a eoafl-
i'.r'o-r zUoi bf w"rmurr,yo'0.UhoD,
The Old Reliable speclaUst.
Corner Alder and Second atreets. En
trance IZStt toecona etreov. rww.
Or. Office hours 9 A. M-
Sundavs. 10 A.
Watch Our Removal to a
After Feb. 1
j -aia ri mj: i r
i - -e- Loinese uiejicai lo. .
.s. k. nr.n ' "
DKS. S. K. CHAN, with their Chlnesi
medicines ot herbs and roots, cure wonder
fully. They nave cured many sufferer:
when all other remedies have failed. Sure
cure for both Internal and external sick
ness and all chronic ailments. Their rem
edies are harmless and give quick results
No operations. Consultation free Examina
tion for ladies by Mrs. Chan. Call or wriu
for symptom blank to 8. K. CHAN CHI
NESE MEDICINE CO.. Morrison SL,
between 1st and 2d. Portland, Or. ,
M6 1 -cm n- fie r os BvB4
root mcOiCin cures mil
klDds cuse-vscs of tb bsmrt,
iuoKs, )ivr. tom-vca, kid
y. blood troubles of mu
snd womso when others
tail. IX you suffer, ctvu
write io Wsa. sc..
of, 24. Boom 18. fort fib