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THE MORNIXG OREGONIAN, FRIDAY, MARCH 6. 1914.
RATE GUI CHARGED
OFFICERS ELECTED BX PORTLAND LODGE OF ELKS LAST NIGHT.
Wheat Taken to San Francisco
at $1 a Ton Is Complaint.
$2 TARIFF IS UNLIKELY
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Demand for Cereal in California Is
Brisk and Several Vessels Will
Work Cargoes but Supply
Instead of advancing wheat rates
from 1'ortland to San Francisco to $2
a ton, an increase of 50 cents having:
been contemplated for the last few
months, agents of regular lines com
plain that some of the independent
vessels have taken the cereal at $1 a
ton and suspicious glances are being
cast at others because of rumors that
$1.25 was accented.
, The steamer Bear, sailing tomorrow,
has 1008 tons of wheat, the first she
has taken this season. Of the lot 500
tons goes to San Francisco and the
other ha'f to San Pedro, the charge
to the latter port being J2 a ton.
There will be at least 500 tons of
cereals to go on the Beaver, sailing
March 12. and probably regular ship
ments will be made for a short time
as tax assessments have been made in
the Bear state and buyers there are
negotiating to replenish dwindling
Grainmen say there is an active
demand from California buyers at
present and offerings are in line with
the market, but there is not thoucht
to be as much wheat available for
shipment there as in past years. As
1t is almost a case of the Californians
being compelled to have wheat it is
assumed that purchases now being
maae win move promptly.
ine steamer Navajo, arriving last
night from San Francisco with a eren
eral cargo, will load considerable wheat
lor the return. The steamer Yellow
stone was loading wheat yesterday and
the steamer Leelanaw will shift from
Supple's dock to Oceanic dock this
morning to start her cargo. The Stanlay
Dollar is to reach here during the
next few days to work a grain cargo
and the American-Hawaiian is in the
Held for the same business, the steamer
varaiso having loaded several hundred
tons on her last voyage.
SPICETt'S ABSENCE IS LOSS
Skipper of St. Theodore Adds An
other Chapter to Falcon Yarn.
i Revisiting Portland on the tramp St.
ineoaore nas recalled other incident
to Captain Shline that revive memories
of Bill" Spicer, who was first officer
with him on the tramp St. Ronald
wnen she was here three years ago.
On that occasion Spicer circulated
story that a falcon boarded the ship
on her way from England and became
so tame amid human associations that
lie developed into a first-class messen
ger, carrying objects and flying on er
rands to different mparts of the ship,
tne finale of the tale was that the
falcon tired of maritime surroundings
one day and flew shoreward perched
on me DacK or an albatross. Now.
Captain Shline says "there was a spark
of truth in what Spicer said,'1 for on
the first voyage of the St. Theodore
ne Bays he believes he saw the
same falcon, which, he now thinks.
was merely a sparrow hawk, but that
ne had severed his alliance with the
albatross and was flying in the com
pany of a one-legged seagull. If there
is anyone in the merchant marine of
tne world wlio can outpoint SDicer on
sea narratives, he has not visited Port
SOLVEIG TAKEX FOIl YEAR
China Import and Export Fleet Is
Chartered for 1914 Business.
Another old trader is to return ,to
Portland and ply from here to the
orient tor a year, the Norwegian
steamer Solveig, which has been char
tered for that period by the China Im
port & Export Lumber Company. The
rate is 3s 6d. The company recently
iook ine uniKai juaru and the British
steamer Strathalbyn, while the St.
Theodore, now here, is to make three
voyages, and the Messina, loading at
Inman-Poulsen's, may return.
Most of the lumber shipped from
Portland in that line goes to Shang
hal, and under an arrangement with
the Emerson Hardwood Company the
steamers call at Otaru on the return to
load oak logs. The St. Theodore is dis
charging logs at the Emerson plant,
and will be ready to load outward the
first of the week.
GEXEKAL HUBBARD IS READY
i Portland Leaves Yard by Sunday to
Resume Loading Grain.
' Repairs to the steamer General Hub
bard, seriously damaged recently
through being in collision with the
steamer Portland, were completed at
the Willamette Iron & Steel Works
last evening and she will resume load
ing at once for California. As men em
ployed on the vessel will be switched
today to the Portland, work on her bow
may be finished tomorrow or Sunday
at the latest. The latter goes to the
globe elevator at once to take on
wheat for the south.
Work on the two vessels represents
approximately $16,000 and gave em
ployment to a number of men. The
General Hubbard was ready for load
ing one day later than stipulated, but
the Portland will be on time. Both
. would have been repaired in advance
of the days specified but for a delay of
48 hours in the delivery of material
from San Francisco.
SMOKING OX DOCKS TO STOP
Ordinance Is Proposed Applicable to
Longshoremen, stcamboatmen and
others who have been allowed to smoke
on the docks are to lose the solace' of
nicotine, not because the "swat the
cigarette" campaign has reached the
waterfront, but a rule in effect on cer
tain wharves preventing smoking is to
be made general by ordinance.
The State Harbor Commission pre
vents smoking on all docks at San
i'rancisco, whether of concrete or other
construction, and that regulation prob
ably will be adopted here. On Ains
woi th and other clocks where -passenger
steamers berth and hundreds are
attracted sailing days smoking is pro
hibited. News of Oregon Ports.
COOS BAY. Or.. March 5. (Special.)
Bringing 94 passengers and a large
tonnage of freight from Portland, the
steamship' Breakwater arrived today.
The Breakwater will leave here early
Saturday. . '
The steamship Alliance sailed this
morning for Portland, carrying freight
and 25 passengers.
The steam schooner Adeline Smith
left here today for Oakland and Bay
points with 1,600,000 feet of lumber.
, COOS BAT, Or., March 5. (Special
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The large dredge fill in South Marsh
field, covering 50 acres, has been com
pleted by the dredge Seattle, which had
been working on the job since the lat
ter part of December. The fill leaves
some things to be desired, but, on the
whole, is a most excellent advantage to
the district affected. The only faults
are engineering mistakes, where sev
eral crossings were low, and are there
fore under water and mud. The Se
attle is now busy on the Mill Slough
fill, in a more central portion of the
city, and which comprises probably 35
or to acres. Filling of the territory ad
joining the slough and the slough
proper, will create a new grade in
some places, and on Broadway, Second
and Fourth, - will admit of banishing
three bridges which are now from four
to six feet above grade, and thus make'
continuous level thoroughfares. The
last bulkheading to confine the fill at
tne mouth of Mill Slough was com
pleted on Monday, but a spillway is
left to accommodate the outflow from
the outlying territory.
BANDON, Or., March 5. (Special.)
There is a demand being made in this
city for a city Jock and the Council
is being importuned to spend enough
money to make sucn convenience pos
sible with(,n the next few months.
uronenberg and Kasmussen have let
a contract for a dock for use of ves
sels plying to this port, and the struc
ture will be commenced at once. The
dock is to be 140 feet.in width and 340
The water front in Bandon is being
straightened out gradually, and more
room is being added to what was be
fore a cramped and badly arranged
The Telegraph is the latest invention
of the Myrtle Point Transportation
Company, and is a river craft being
built for service between Bandon and
Myrtle Point. The Telegraph will be
equipped with 280 horsepower steam
engines and capable of carrying 200
The river steamer Dora is undergoing
repairs necessitated by damage within
the past week when she suffered a
broken crank shaft and crosshead.
ASTORIA. Or., March 5. (Special.)
Thick weather in the lower harbor
and at the mouth of the river again
prevented any sailing vessels getting
to sea. Steamers were not interfered
with, however, and entered and de
parted as usual.
Cape Arago Fog Horn Used.
COOS BAY, Or., March 5. ( Special.)
Captain Duncan, of the .Cape Arago
lighthouse, reported tonight the first
need for the fog horn since late In De
cember. A heavy fog commenced to
settle on the bar at dusk and all
ranges and marks were obliterated by
Laden with freight for Oregon Coast
ports, the gasoline vessels Delia and
Jack Burnham got away yesterday.
Lumber for the West Coast will be
cleared today aboard the schooner
Virginia, which has about 750,000 feet
that is being dispatched by W. R. Grace
On the completion of her second
voyage to British- Columbia and Puget
Sound, the steamer Tiverton la due in
port tomorrow and is expected to have
Tacoma mariners are beginnine to
ook for the French ship Thiers, which
has been out from Shields since Sep
tember 20 and, with 166 days to her
credit, is not breaking any records.
The vessel has been a member of the
Columbia River grain fleet several
Higher water on the Middle Colum
bia is given -as the reason contractors
engaged in building a wall at the Cas
cade Locks cannot place another layer
of stone, so Major Morrow, Corps of
Engineers, U. S. A., has ordered that
the locks be closed Friday after steam
ers bound here from The Dalles pass
through, and remairp so until Wednes
day, when steamers reach there from
Portland on their way upstream. It
is said there will be no further delays
at the locks.
ALASKA CARGO OFFERED
TWO MEN SEEK TO CONTRACT FOR.
SHIPMENTS IN APRIL.
Steamer Stetson, Second of Fleet to Sail
Friday of Next Week and Freight
Is Being: Left at Dock
Two men arrived in Portland yester
day from Petersburg to contract for the
transportation of cargo on the Portland-Southeastern
Alaska line, one
having: 200 tons of supplies to gro for
ward early in April and the other a
large shipment of salmon to Portland
about the same time, which will merely
pass through here, however, as it is in
tended for New York.
The steamer J. B. Stetson, second of
the vessels to leave in the fleet, will
sail Friday of next week, her departure
having been advanced two days, as she
Is delayed at San Francisco to undergo
her annual inspection. N. F. Titus,
manager of the line, was advised that
the steamer will leave the Golden Gate
Monday, instead of tomorrow, as first
arranged, so she will get away Friday.
She being the first to carry passengers,
there is a brisk demand for accom
modations. The Thomas L. Wand, leaving here
Wednesday night, got to sea at 8:30
o'clock yesterday morning. Some cargo
was delivered on Oak-street dock in the
course of the day for the Stetson and
more is to be received today. It Is re
garded as early for results from the
commercial travelers sent to Alaska by
Portland jobbers, but some orders are
arriving and many are looked for when
the trade is on in full swing after
Movements of Vessels.
PORTLAND, March 5. Arrived Steamer
Navajo, from Los Angeles and San Fran
cisco; steamer Leelanaw. from San Fran
cisco. Sailed Steamers Multnomah and
Saginaw, for San Francisco.
Astoria, Ma rcli 3. Arrived at 4 and left
up at 5:31 A. M. Steamer Navajo, from
San Francisco. Sailed at ti A. M. Steamer
Yucatan, fur Fan Diego and way ports; at
6:30 A. M. Steamer St. Helens, for San
Pedro; at 8:30 A. M.-r-St earner Thos. L.
Wand, for Skagway and way ports.
San Francisco, March Arrived at C A.
M. Steamer Rose Mty, from .Portland. Ar
rived at it P. M. Steamer Beaver, from San
Pedro; at 3 p. M. Steamer Paraiso, from
Portland; at 10 A. M. Steamer Koanoke.
from San Diego. Sailed last night Steamer
Celilo, fur Portland.
Coos Bay, March I. Arived Steamer
Breakwater, from Portland. Sailed Steam,
er Alliance, for Portland.
Astoria. March 4. Arrived at 8 and left
up at 9:30 P. M. Steamer Leelanaw, from
Newcastle. N. R.t March 5. Arrived
Strathaon. from Tacoma and Seattle.
Hongkong, March 5. Arrived previously
Sado Maru, from Tacoma and Seattle.,
Manila, March B. Arrived previously
China, from San Francisco; Robert Dollar,
Hamburg; March 3. Arrived Satos, from
San Francisco. 1
Yokohama. March - 5. Arrived previously
Manchuria, from San Francisco; Massas
soit, from San Francisco.
London. March ii. Arrived Titan, from
San Francisco, March 5. Arrived Steam
ers Columbia, Coronadu, from Grays Har
bor; Rose City, Paraiso, from Portland;
Pasadena, from Albion. Sailed Steamers
Nome City, for Seattle; Mongolia, for Orient'
via Honolulu; L. S. S. Thomas, for Manila
Seattle. March P. Arrived Steamer Asun
cion, from San Francisco. Sailed Steam
ers Admiral Watson, for San Francisco;
Admiral Evans, for Southwestern Alaska;
Jefferson, for Southeastern Alaska; Presi
dent, for San Diego.
Raymond. Wash., March 5. (Special.)
Sailed Steamer Santa Barbara, for San
Francisco, 4 P. M. ; steamer Doris, for San
Francisco, 4 P. M. Arrived Steamer Ava
lon, from San Francisco, 10 A. M., March 4.
Tides at Astoria Friday. t
fi:50 A. M.....7.fi feet;0:07 A. M 4.3 feet!
:21 P. M feet. 2:53 P. M.....I.1 feet
Columbia Kiver Bar Report.
NORTH HEAD, March 5. Condition of
the bar at 5 P. M., foggy; bar, obscured;
wind, southwest. 4 miles.
Mnrcoiii Wireless lleports.
(All positions reported at 8 P. M. March
5, unless otherwise deciigrnated.)
Watson. Seattle for San Francisco, off
Enterprise, Hilp for San Francisco, 342
miles from San Francisco, 8 P. M. March 4.
Lurline, San Francisco for Honolulu, 320
miles from San Francisco, 8 P. M. March 4.
Minnesota, Orient for Seattle, 2091 miles
from Seattle, 8 P. M. March 4.
Persia. Orient for San Francisco. 7S6
miles from San Francisco, 8 P. M. March 4.
El Segundo, Honolulu for San '. "ranciseo,
730 miles from San Francisco, S P. M.
Honolulan, Honolulu for San Francisco,
17!H miles . from San Francisco b P. m.,
Georgian, San Diego for San Francisco,
117 miles south of San Francisco.
Columbia, San Francisco for San Pedro,
40 miles south of San Francisco.
Oleum, Port San Luis for Portland, 57
miles north of San Francisco.
Whhtier, San Francisco for Port San Luis,
10O miles south of San Francisco.
Hyades, Sun Francisco for Seattle, five
mi km north of Point Reyes.
Corcnada. S--m Francisco for Tan Pedro,
off point Montara. "
Richmond, San Francisco for Seattle 300
miles from Richmond.
Kilturn, San Francisco for Eureka, 25
miles south of Point Arena.
Thomas, San Francisco for Manila, 82
miles from San Francisco.
Mongolia, San Francisco for Orient, 78
miles from San Francisco.
Argyll. San Francisco for Seattle, 180
miles north of San Francisco.
Vance, Sah Pedro for Portland, five miles
north of Point Sur.
Argyll, San- Pedro for Seattle, off Point
Fi field, San Francisco for Bandon, 25
miles south of Blunts Reef.
Centralia, san Francisco for Aberdeen, 20
miles north of Cape Bianco.
Chanslor, Port San Luis for Portland, ',40
miles north of Port San Luis.
Herri n, Portland for Monterey, 285 xr ties
south of the Columbia River.
Celilo, San Francisco for Portland, ten
miles south of Point Gorda.
Topeka. Eureka for San Francisco, five
miles south of Mendocino.
Atlas, Sr.n Francisco for Ketchikan, iliG
miles north of San Francisco.
Congmss. San Pedro for San Francisco, 17
miles east of Point Hueneme.
Yale, San PeMro for San Francisco, passed
Point Huencme,(J:53 P. M.
Catania, Port San Luia for Portland. 4l3
miles north of San Francisco.
Lansing, Juneau for San Francisco, 408
miles from San Francisco.
St. Helens, Portland for San Pedro. 122
miles south of Columbia River.
Senator, Seattle for San Francisco, 17
miles north of Yaquina Head.
Drake, Richmond for Seattle, 533 miles
rrom San Francisco.
W. S. Porter, Port San Luis for Everett,
530 miles north of San Francisco.
Cmatilla, Kan Francisco for Seattle. S7
ml lea south, oi instruction Island.
XorAood, Grays Harbor for San Francisco,
lnsido Gray? Harbor.
Bay City Awards Dock Contract.
BAY CITY. Or., March 5. A contract
for the first unit of Bay City's pro
posed municipal dock was awarded
here today to the Tillamook Bay Con
struction Company for $4620. Work
will begin at once.
Art Critic. Before and After.
Client Good gracious! What a darl
cature! Painter Excuse me; that's j
portrait of myself. Client Oh, life
like, very life 4ike, I'm sure.
Some 12,318,000 telephones are In use In
Can't Help Buf
Every Woman Casts Loving Glance at
the Nestling Cuddled to Its Bonnet
A 'woman's heart responds to the sweet-
Bess of a pretty child, and more so to-day
tcan ever before since
the advent of Moth
This is a wonderful
external help to the
muscles and tendons.
It penetrates the tis- I
sues, mates mem
readily yield to nat
ure's demand for ex
pansion, so there is no
period of pain, discomfort, straining, nau
sea or other symptoms so often distressing
during the anxious weeks of expectancy.
Mother's Friend thoroughly lubricates
every nerve, tendon and muscle involved
and is a sure preventive for caking of the
And particularly to young mothers Is this
famous remedv of inestimable value. ' It
enables them to preserve their health and
strength, and they remain pretty by having
avoided all the suffering and danger that
would otherwise accompany such, an occa
You 'will find this splendid remedy on
Bale at all drug stores at $1.00 a bottle.
Write Bradfield Regulator Uo., La
mar Bids'.. Atlanta. Ga.. for their instruct
ive book for expectant mothers, ,
T0N'T waste monev on loner
-J expensive treatments when
Rheumatism and eventually, cures
The expense of 6088 is a mere fraction of what
a trip to some sanitarium would cost you. And the
results are absolutely satisfactory
returned read guarantee below.
Above all don't allow Rheumatism
vou can't shake. You mav be able
pain but you cannot risk the deformities that frequently reiult.
And remember that severe forms of heart trouble very commonly
accompany or follow attacks of Rheumatism.
6088 (Sixty eighty-eight) ends Rheumatism 6088 prevent,
the dangerous after-effecU.
6088 is so universally successful
cular Rheumatism and Gout and
or your money is returned. One of the surest proofs of the exuciency of 6uoo is tne
we almost never have a bottle returned.
6088 was put on the market only after years of trial by an experienced physician who
gained the reputation of a Rheumatism Specialist through the success of this formula.
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from the joints and muscles, but it is a tonic, blood purifier, and a laxative. It con-
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let them tell vou their experience with it.
Talc 60RS Follow tne directions for diet and reffimen in the free
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ELKS' LODGE. ELECTS
Dr. R. A. Marshall Chosen Ex
alted Ruler for Local Herd.
ORGANIZATION IS WEALTHY
Xew Building Informally Consid
ered Special Train to National
Convention at Denver in July
Is to Be Arranged.
Dr. A. E. ' Marshall was elected ex
alted ruler of the Portland lodge ot
Elks at the annual election last night.
The choice was unanimous.
Other officers elected were as fol
lows: Esteemed leading knight, W.
R. McDonald; esteemed loyal knight,
Harry G. Allen; esteemed lecturing
knight, Paul Chamberlin; secretary, M.
It. Spaulding; treasurer, John B. Cof
fey; truste George P. Henry; tiler,
Tbomas E. Dowling
Dr. T. L. Perkins, retiring exalted
ruler, was elected delegate to the grand
lodge convention at Denver in July.
None of the offices was contested.
Dr. Marshall, the newly elected ruler.
is one of the ..most active Elks in the
city and always has taken a prominent
Dart in the affairs of the local lodge.
He has served a .term in each of the
three minor chairs and has filled other
imoortant posts in the order.
The secretary treasurer and tiler
were re-elected. Mr. McDonald was ad
vanced to the chair of leading knight
from that of lecturing- knight. George
P. Henry, the present loyal knight, was
elected trustee for a term of tnree
vears to succeed Dr. Harry F. McKay
a. past exalted ruler, who declined to
be a candidate for re-election.
Annual reports showed the lodge to
be in a most prosperous condition. The
lodge has assets valued at more than
$400,000, and is the richest lodge of
Elks in the country. It is planned
eventually to replace the present Elks
home at Broadway and Stark street
with, a more modern structure, prob
ably 16 or 20 stories high. Plans have
been informally discussed.
Portland Elks will charter a special
train to the Denver convention in July
Health and strength hitherto
unknown will be felt surging in
rich red blood through the ar
teries and veins and life's great
est ambitions may be realized as
never before, if the following
special treatment is followed by
those men, and women, too, who
are stricken with that most
dreaded of all afflictions, nervous
exhaustion accompanied with
such symptoms as extreme nerv
ousness, insomnia, cold extremi
ties, melancholia, headaches, con
stipation and dyspepsia, kidney
trouble, dreadful dreams of dire
ful disasters, timidity in ventur
ing and a general inability to
act naturally at all times as
other people do. Iack of poise
and equilibrium in men is a con
stant source of embarrassment
even when the public least sus
pects it. For the benefit of
those who want a restoration to
full, bounding health and all the
happiness accompanying it, the
following home treatment is
given. It contains no opiates or
habit-forming drugs whatever.
.Mix it at home and no one will
be the wiser as to your affliction.
The treatment is simple, thor-
ough and correct. Leading drug
gists supply the main tinctures,
extracts and essences in one
ounce bottles, ready to mix. Get
three ounces syrup sarsaparilla
compound, mix with one .ounce
compound fluid balmwort, and
stand two hours. Add one ounce
compound- essence cardiol. and
one ounce ti-ncture cadomene
compound (not cardamon). Shake
well and take a teaspoonful after
each meal and one at bedtime.
The ingredients are used for'
various prescriptions. Adv.
sfon of the entire
it at home.
now to diet and
or your money is
to set a hold on you that
to stand the excruciatinir
in Inflammatory. Chronic. Articular and Mus
Rheumatic Gout that we fuarantee it to CURE
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The famous band of the local lodge will
accompany the party.
The newly elected officers will be
gin their duties at the first meeting in
The last women's night under the
present administration will be held on
Friday evening, March 13. A good pro
gramme is being prepared.
Cowlitz Bar Jetty Work on Soon.
CIIEHALIS, "Wash., March 5. (Spe
cial.) Albert Burcham. of Kelso, who
LOS ANGELES WOMAN'S RECOVERY
SEEMS ALMOST LIKE MIRACLE
Mrs. Clara Witherspoon Is
Converted by Akoz From
Mrs. Clara Witherspoon, of 324 Ave
nue Sixty-two, Garvanza, Los Angeles,
widow of the late Dr. J. K. Wither
spoon, has just had a wonderful re
covery. Less than two months ago her
friends thought the end was near. Dis
tressing rheumatism, following a par
alytic stroke, together with a catarrh
that was affecting her eyesight and
mind, brought her to the condition
where she was a physical wreck. She
gives full credit for her recovery to
Akoz, the radio-active medicinal min
eral discovered in this state by former
Harbor Commissioner and State Labor
Commissioner John D. Mackenzie, of
"That I am in good health today is
due entirely to Akoz, which has al
most worked a miracle for me in re
lieving me of rheumatism and catarrh,"
said Mrs. Witherspoon, as she chatted
"1 was afflicted with catarrh for
eight years. It was so bad it affected
my eyesight and my mind. Last Eas
ter 1 suffered a stroke of paralysis.
This aggravated the rheumatism with
which I had suffered for three years.
The doctors held out but little hope for
me. When I started to take Akoz in
November. I was a physical wreck. My
friends are marveling at the wonderful
Improvement in me during the six
weeks I have used Akoz.
"My catarrh is practically cured; my
eyes are strong again, and I feel bet-
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is contractor on the new beacon lights
being erected by Uncle Sam near Goble,
expects shortly, to start work on
contract for an extension of 150 feet on
the Monticello bar jetty in the Cowlitz
River, three miles below this city.
Captain Burcham states that the new
jetty has been a great success thus far.
doing more good than all the dredg
ing previously done. It is expected
that with the completion of the im
provement contemplated there will be
four feet of water at low stage in the
Summer at the bar.
SlIlS. CLARA WITHERSPOON.
ter and. brighter than I have in years.
All the rheumatic pains rnd swellings
have left. Akoz has been a blessing to
Thus is Akoz helping thousands of
others who are suffering with rheu
matism, stomach trouble, eczema, ca
tarrh, ulcers, piles and other, ailments.
The Akoz internal treatment reaches
most of these disorders by correcting
Akoz is now Lin demonstrated :it
the Owl Drug Store. Washington and
Broadway, Portland. You are' Invited
to visit, phone or write the Akoz man
at the "Owl" for further information
regarding this advertisement.
To Olympia, Raymond,
May, 1914 .
the Sons of Norway