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MAKES FIRST DIP
Passenger Craft Built for Sum
mer Resort of Same Name,
CHILD CHRISTENS VESSEL
Immense Throng Wit nose Majrstlc
Hide of Stcmmer Into Hirer at
Snpple's Yard Trial Trip
Is Put Soon.
1 If Josec'i BurpI had chosen th
'stag as a profession h could not
-J-.ara engineered a mora spectacular
tact than th launching yesterday af-
ternr.cn of th trim passenger yacht
I Ilarocran, which took th water at his
! plant a few minutes after J o clock
with the case and grace of a duck,
f Those who assumed that a launching
; meant racing of a vessel Into the river
like a drea Inought thought that th
! successful plunge, which required no
I work when she struck t!ie surface.
: other than getting a small line ashore,
was anything but exciting.
In setting his stage tor the event
Mr. Supple ordered ail superflous gear
'away from the cradle ami when he
i nvr the command. Tut the line." her
descent toward the river was almost
Immediate and she entered the water
with no aprarent Jar. riding Jauntily
' on an even keel.
Child Christens Craft.
Not the least Important part was
played by Kllzabeth Potter, rive years
old. who held blue and white silk
streamers fastened to a bottle of cham
pagne, and as the Bayocean began to
move, released the ribbons and the
bottle crasdied snuarely against the
vessel's stem, covering It with foam.
io accurate was the blow that the bot
tle was broken Into dozens of pieces.
fclvery vantage point about the yards,
along the walk, the east approach of
the Morrison-street bridge and on
neighboring sheds spectators were
packed. Without question It was the
larsrest crowd to view a launching In
the history of local marine affairs. Tha
programme was under the direction of
tne Portland Ad Moo's Club, with Tom
:irhardson acting as master of cere
monies and the preliminaries were In
teresting. In drawing attention to tha launch
ing Mr. Richardson spoke of the vast
area adjacent to Portland and of the
countless scenic features, of which
Iayocean was a leader, lie predicted
that the natty vessel's share In the fu
ture business of that locality would be
Spolcr PralM-s) Craft.
Harbormaster Speler. who had great
experience In the Improvement of the
mouth of the Columbia, when attached
to tha stair of the dredge Chinook,
pointed out that tha construction of
a type of vessel like the Kayocean
meant much for the city and river. He
also lauded the handiwork of her de
signer and builder.
Mayor Simon characterized the Bay
ocean as a part of Portland's valuable
assets. In demonstrating th city's pos
session of facilities for the construc
tion of ocean-going vessels and of a
waterway on which some of tha
largest ships afloat could be accom
modated. Judge Van Zant. representing Gov
ernor West, who was detained, lauded
the enterprise for which the Bayocean
Is Intended and said that It would cer
tainly develop passenger possibilities
In Tillamook Bay.
President Mosessohn. of the Portland
.d Men's Club, referred to the build
ing of the Bayocean as purely a de
velopment of Judicious advertising and
that It followed the exploitation of the
t-urnmer resort of the same name near
T. Irving Potter, vice-president of
the T. B. Potter It-alty Company,
owners of the vessel, talked of the
tourist travel rxpvcted to b drawn to
the roast, which he said had been
sadly neglected as regards that re
gion, and that the new crart was In
tended solely for passenger business,
to attract which no expense had been
Trial Trip Due Soon.
Th Barooean will have her official
trial trip In abo-.it 1 days and In two
weeks th vessel will be turne.f over
to her owners. Her engines, while la
place, had not been connected up yes
terdav. but that work will be finished
within the next week. She ha, a length
on the watcrllnn of II feet, length
on deck of II feet and length overall,
including the bowsprit, of li feet,
with a beam of IS feet and molded
depth of ! 1 feet. She la of th triple
screw typo, each propeller being driven
ly a separate engine, the combined
horsepower being 474. of which the
main or center engine Is of 174 horse
power and each of the others 144
horsepower. Jih has an auxiliary
engine for furnishing electric light
working the bilge and flrepump and
supplying air pressure. The propelling
engines are of the six-cylinder tvp
and are alr-startlng and reversing.
They were constructed by th Ga Kn
g!n A Power Company and ar of th
speedway patent, being supplied by
the Jiober Machinery Company on a
guaranteed spee, of 17 miles.
There are stateroom accommoda
tions for it persons and It members
of the crew, all being below deck, the
saloon, gal'.ey. bath and owner's quar
ters being above.
OREGON ER.XCH XOT IN VIEW
Hut Itlsdon Iron Works Admits Ilrld
Wool J lie t;ood.
SAX FRANCISCO. May :7 Special.
The report that th Klsdon Iron
Works contemp!ates establishing a
plant on the Columbia River could not
b confirmed her today on account of
th absence from the city of President
Taylor. Ot.;er officials of the company,
however, stated that they had heard
of r.o such movement, although It Is
gtnera'.'.y admitted the North would b
a good field for a branch of t.'-.e large
T1-.S schooner W. H. Marston. which
was abandoned last week and later
picked up by the steamer O. W. Fen
wick. was towed In her this morr.lrg
by th Red Stark tug Dauntless. Tr-.e
windjammer will be lightered of her
cargo, about half of which is undsm
agd. repaired by th Insurance Inter
est and turned t.afk to her owners, th
Matoa Navigation Company.
After dropping th Marston safely In
port, th Dauntless went to sea again.
cVittotd (or Koch Harbor, wrier ab
NEW TYPE OF PASSEJfGEB
mill take the barg Pt. David, lime and
stitngle-laden. In town for this port.
Prom her ti;e St. David, which was
formerly a well-known ship of (he
same name, will take a cargo of cement
The strum schooner Hewer. Captain
Donaldson, left today on her annual
visit to the seal rookeries of St. George
and St. Paul Is.ands. In BerlDg Sea.
1'OKTLIM) GETS NEW FIELD
slnnirr Fenwlck Carried FTClfht
for MUslssippl Vallej.
When the steamer Geo. W. Fenaick.
of the California Atlantic Steamship
Company, sailed yesterday from San
Francisco, she carried the first cargo ac
cepted under an arrangement entered
Into with th Mississippi Valley Trans
portation Company, which gives shippers
of the entire pacltlc Coast access to th
Mississippi territory nnder a reduction
In tariffs as compared with rail charges
that In some Instances amount to one
half. Portland commercial Interests ar on
the same footing as thoee of California
cities, and In tho shipment of many Ore
gon commodities It means a large sav
ing. Dried fruit will take a rate of
cents on l'O pounds aeatnst th rail rat
of l-lu. when packed In boxes, and 1.30
In bags. Kngllsh walnuts will be carried
for 75 cents as compared with the rail
tariff of JL40. Canned goods go for is
rents against th rail tariff of 44 cent.
At present Portland has out one con
necting steamer a month In that serv
ice, but shipments can be routed more
often by forwarding thera to 6an Fran
cisco and having them trans-shipped on
the vessels of tha new line, whllo goods
routed westward are placed In steam
schooners at San Francisco and brought
here, regardless of th local schedule.
OKTEKIC DEPAKTS TO.YIGHT
Strathlvon Duo to Arrive From Far
Kat Early This Vrk.
About the lime the Hank liner Orterlc
satis from tho river, as she leaves ius
harbor tonight and will spend about a
d.iy loading 3.uw feet of lumber at Ka
Uma. th Oriental liar Strsthlyon will
be. In the river. She failed May 14 from
Kuxhlro -with general cargo and ).
f.-et of Japanese oak. and It Is estimated
that she can make the run In 17 days.
Da t Arrlr.
Kims Frera. D,,
Orlerlc Hooskong. In p-'rt
v.tMit San Francisco In port
t..r n dr la port
. May 24
. Mr ;s
. Mar -
. Mar 30
Sie H. Elmor Tlilamook. ..
Koaaoka aa Uls. .
Pvar. ......... Sftn I'edro...
An. II J'.andcn
!tr.ikwat-r. .. .'. Hv. ..
i;v..lrn (late. . . Tll;amook. ..
lTat:i'v..n lionfik.-ri. .
RoMOtr ..no fHrv...
Oo. W. Eldar. -San L(0. .
KlteraiUa.. ... .liaiboa
katir. San I ' d ro .
Tneemlte. .. . . . San FratKlaco May
At ...... I.unki. .... . Mar
Anvil Jlandon May
tu H. glroarvTlllamooa... Mar SO
lireaawater. .. .Cooe. Hair..... May at
Rsanoke Sn Uirso. . . . May It
On. dra Oats. .. Tillamook. ... June 1
Bear. ......... Sao ldrs.... Junt 2
R.Me ritr ...... Kao Pedre. ... Juns 7
Ceo. TV. Eldar. .ran IMeso. ... Juaa T
Firath:to. . .. .Hot kong....Juna lo
Klrid. .... .bal&oa. ..Juna IS
Th usual time from Yokohama Is 19
days, and Kushlro Is nearer the Colum
bia, reckoned by the courw sailed from
there, by about 3 hours at least.
The Orterlc was yesterday cleared at
the Custom-House with U.fcSO barrels of
flour valued at t"l.. wheat weighing
1K.-X bushels at Si.xi'A and 1.744.106 feet
of lumber worth Si7.440.St. Th material
to be loaded at Kalama Is not Included.
Th Suverlc. th next of the Bank IJn
fleet to arrive. Is due June 10, and much
t!:e same character of cargo Is In sight
for her. There has not been a strong
movement In the Chtnes passenger busi
ness as yet. less than 13 being booked
on the Orterlc. but the rush of Celestials
to their native land Is looked for in the
Fall, and th travel to this Coast Is good
at all seasons, but tew will be brought
direct to Portland, as they disembark at
PORTLAND MAY GET CONTRACT
Ask Manila Chamber of Commerce
to Show Government Gains.
For th first time In several years Port
land stands a chanr of having Manila
Included In th regular ports of call for
trans-Panflc vessels, as th Frank Water
house Interests, operating th Bank Lin
of steamers, are striving to secure th
annual transportation contract, for which
Dodweil 4k Co. ar bidding strongly. In
th event l latter tin receive th
VESSEL TAKES WATEE AT SUPPLE
: W;' '
4k - i n
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GASOLINE YACHT BAYOCEAX.
business It will be handled solely from
Puget Sound. If th Bank Lane obtains
the award Portland merchants and ex
porters alii have an equal chance wfth
Puget Sound firms In selling the Govern
ment Army supplies and those for other
branches of tha Administration located
In the Philippines.
Bids for transportation, recently opened
at Seattle, have been forwarded to Wash
ington for consideration. Agent John
stone, of the Watcrhous fleet here, said
yesterday that he would place the mat
ter befor th Chamber of Commerce,
pointing out that If th attention of Ore
gon'a Senatorial body Is called to the
fact that the granting of the contract
to the Bank Line means that purchase
can bo mad In two porta Instead of one.
It will have tho effect of giving Portland
at least a share of the patronage. In
stead of dividing It between the Puget
Sound cities. Portland has shipped a
number of cargoos of lumber and foraga
to Manila, but when bids have been
asked on annual contracts, delivery to be
made In less than cargo lots and at
specified periods, figures could not be
tendered In the absence of a regular
steamship srhedul Including Manila.
The Bank Une gives a monthly service
to th Pliillppln metropolis, and with
the arrival of the Suverlc on Jon 10
will be Inaugurated an Inbound business,
through which this port will have a
second steamship line handling Imports
from th Orient and whatever la pur
chased In the Islands.
Because of Decoration day the
Custom-House will remain closed Tues
day. To load lumber for San Francisco the
steamer Washington left yesterday for
In tow of the steamer Ocklahama the
schooner Irene la to leave Stella for
San Francisco today, being loaded with
Her cargo being discharged, the
steamer Olson & Mahony will sail to
day for Tacoraa to work a lumber
cargo for the south.
Lumber laden for San Francisco the
steamer Shoshone will sail today from
St. Holens and thl evening the Yose-
nilt will depart from the sam point.
Captain Gcorg M. Shaver, a Yukon
River pilot, will leav tonight for
White Horse, en route to th Frozen
North to spend another season at
Lumber loading aboard the British
tramp St. Ronald will be finished this
evening at Kalama and sho win re
turn to Llnnton to complete her cargo
for th Orient.
Plans ar practically completed for
the departure today of the British
schooner D.ivld Kvans for Kobe, where
she will discharge 1.000.000 feet of
lumber loaded at the Portland mill.
Captain Thomsen, of the Alliance. Is
receiving congratulations in having
mad the run from Marshfleld to As
toria In IS hours, which Is the fastest
time she haa reeled off since resuming
operations on the run.
W. L. MacQuarrle. of Tacoma. Pa
cific Coast representative of the Ameri
can Trading Company. Is In the city on
business connected with the loading of
the German bark U. Hack f eld. which
will work lumber for London.
When the steamer Beaver sails this
morning for San Francisco she will
have In her hold 1000 tons of wheat. It
being one of the largest Item on her
manifest. Th movement of th cereal
oath I expected to continue for a
time, though th exportation haa prac
tically ceased for this season.
Rice Importations to Oregon may be
reduced through the efforts of Charles
E. Chambliss, of the Department of
Agriculture, who haa written District
Forecaster Beais that he will visit Ore
gon in the Fall and endeavor to Inter
est growers In the culture of rice to
demonstrate that It can be grown In a
There yesterday entered In general
cargo from San Francisco tha steamer
Olson & Mahony. And clearances were
granted at the Custom-House to the
same vessel for Tacoma. to load lum
ber: th steamer Washington for San
Francisco with 410.000 feet of the same
material; th British steamer Orterlc
clearing for the Orient via Pugdt
Sound and Kalama.
Local Inspectors Edwards and Fuller
are yet besieged with queries concern
ing new regulations Issued that compel
steamers towing boom sticks to dis
play a red flag on the Jackstaff during
daylight and a white light above two
red lights at night. The order does
not apply to log rafts, because they
are always designated by lights at
night, trot boomstlcks ar nearly sub
merged when In tow.
Advices have been received bearing
on an official inquiry held at Bluff
Harbor. New Zealand, on th grounding
ther of th British tramp Knight of
th Garter, bound from Portland with
lumber. The court found that the mas
ter entered contrary to sailing direc
tions, knowing that Bluff Harbor was
a compulsory pilotage port and he was
ordered to pay a portion of th cost I
of th Inquiry. Tha court also found
'S YARDS BEPOEE IMMENSE
that the lookout service at Stirling
Point was Inefficient.
Movements of Vessels.
PORTLAND, May 27. Arrived Steamer
Sue H. Elmore, from Tillamook; bare
tiersrd C. Tobey. from San Francisco: gaso
line schooner Wllhelmina. from Yaquina.
Sailed Steamer lioltlea Gate, for Tilla
mook. Astoria. May 57. Sailed at 7 A. M.
Steamer Falrhaven. for Port Ludlow. Sailed
at 9:30 A. M. Steamer Asuncion, for Sill
Francisco. Arrived and left up at 12 noon
Gasoline schooner WUhelmlna, from
San Francisco, May 27. Arrived at 11 A.
M. Steamer Ojo. YV". Elder, from Portland.
Sailed last night Steamer Casco, for Port
land. Eureka. May 27. Sailed last night-
Steamer Despatch, for Portland.
San Pedro. May 27. Arrived yesterday
schooner Alvena. from Columbia River.
Havre, May 24. Arrived French bark
Buffon, from Portland.
Saa Francisco, May 27. Arrived Steamer
Geo. W. Elder, from Astoria. Sailed
Steamers Bomer. for Cnalaska; Honoluluan,
for Honolulu: President, for Seattle; tug
Launtless, for Rocns Har∨ schooner Ad
vent, for Coos Bay.
Seattle. May -7. Arrived Steamer Eu
reka, from Tacoma; U. B. S. Manzanlta,
from Bremerton; U. S. S. Marmeria, from
Ketchelaln: steamer Northwestern, from
Cordova; steamer La Touche, from Southern
Alaska. Sailed Steamer Quon, for Tacoma;
steamer Admiral Sampson, for Cordova via
OFFICIALS VISIT CULVER
RAILWAY MEN SURPRISED AT
Prospects That City Will Become
Shipping Point for Big Territory
CULVER JUNCTION, Or, May 27.
(Special.) Culver waa honored by a
visit of Harrlman railroad officials last
Tuesday, who were making a tour of
the country and acquainting themselves
with the conditions pertaining to the
future business of their Deschutes
Railway. They were especially inter
ested In Culver, aa It la th end of con
struction on their line, from which point
southward they are a common user over
the line with the Oregon Trunk.
The officials were highly pleased with
conditions here and wltn th prospect
for future business. The Immense ter
ritory tributary to this place, from
which probably more tonnage will ba
shipped than from any other town on
their line. Impressed them favorably.
They were also Interested In the devel
opment of the Opal Springs water sup
ply, which is being installed her. This
water will be supplied from large
springs of the purest of water, but four
and one-half miles distant, and will be
furnished for townsite purposes and
for the use of th railroads.
Tha party consisted of William Mc
Murray, general passengor agent;
Frank W. Robinson, general freight
agent: H. E. Lounsbury, assistant gen
eral freight agent: R. B. Miller, general
traffic manager; W. 8. Basslnger, as
sistant to director of traffic of th
Union Pacific; L. J. Spence, assistant
director of traffic of the Union Paclflo
and Southern Pacific systems. They
were accompanied by F. R. Dunn, trav
eling freight and passenger agent of
the Deschutes line.
Whli th officials were here the mat
ter of the big celebration and trout
barbecus was discussed and further
plans perfected. This celebration Is to
be held here when the Deschutes line
Is completed to Its junction with the
Oregon Trunk. The features of this
day will be the railroad celebration,
trout barbecue and old settlers' re
union. Special trains will be run from Port
land and tha officials of both lines will
be present and participate. Old set
tlers who have been here 35 years will
speak of their experiences. B. F. Nich
ols, of Laldlaw, on of the oldest set
tlers and a member of the State Legls- I
IsttirA la-hen Croolr fnirntv wa rn.n. n '
will be on of th speakers.
Another of the pioneers who will be
present Is Marsh Awbrey, of Laldlaw.
Awbrey made on of the longest one
day rides In the history of Oregon
across the Cascade Mountains, and this
will be given to the people In story
form on the day of the big celebration.
Dolly Vardens Still Protected.
Though the Legislature of 1911 did
Us best to remove the protection from
the Dolly Varden trout, because it is a
voracious destroyer of salmon eggs and
fry. the Malarkey Fish Company paid
a fine of 8100 in Justice Court yester
day for having 70 pounds of the de
stroyer exposed for sale. In removing
the protection from this species of
trout, the lawmakers apparently for
got to do away with the bar npon its
A French chemist claims to have mads
a practical alior containing mora than 00
per cent magnesium, a feat that has baffled
scientists lor geaeraUoac
O.-W. R. & N. to Establish New
Depots at Kenton and
PENINSULA MAKES DEMAND
Manufacturing Increasing Steadily,
and Available Property Will
' Soon Be Gone, Is Predic
tion Now SLade.
Constantly increasing freight busi
ness in and out of Portland has caused
the O.-W. R. & N. Company to arrange
for the erection of two more freight
stations on the Peninsula which will
provide facilities In addition to those
furnished by the mammoth new depot
at Fourth and Hoyt streets, which will
be opened for traffic In the- present
One of the new stations will be es
tablished at Kenton, where It will serva
a large and growing manufacturing
district. The other will be at North
Portland, immediately west of the Col
umbia River bridge, and will serve both
the Harrlman line and the North Bank
road. It will be of service particularly
to the stock yards, the Monarch Lum
ber Company and several small con
cerns doing business In that neighbor
hood. Passenger business also will be
accepted at that point.
The Kenton station has been needed
for some time and undoubtedly will be
frequently used. It will handle only
less than carload shipments, but In
this will be of valuable service to sev
eral Important manufacturing plants,
principal among which are the Durable
Roofing Company, the Pacific Tank &
Pipe Company, Barnes-Lindsley Manu
facturing Company, Portland Safe Man
ufacturing Company, Nlcolai Sash &
Door Company. AJax Auto Machine
Company, Westermlte Paving 'Company
This arrangement will relieve these
concerns of the necessity of hauling
their less than carload lots to or from
the west side of the river. It will
also aid in the development of the man
ufacturing Industry in that neighbor
hood, as several small concerns have
announced their intentions of begin
ning activity following the completion
of the station, whereby they will be
relieved of the cost of the long cross
"The manufacturing business on the
Peninsula la growing up so rapidly
that we must make frequent changes
in our service to accommodate It," said
Frank W. Robinson, general freight
agent for the O.-W. R. & N. Company,
yesterday. "It will not be long until
all the available property in that dis
trict is occupied with buildings giving
employment to thousands of additional
men and producing millions of dollars
When the new freight "station on the
West Sid la occupied, Portland ship
pers will have better accommodations
for handling both their Imports and ex
ports than any city on the Coast.
It Is a handsome structure. Its floor
area Is 6S.000 square feet. In addition
to this, one end of the building is built
two stories high, the office being on
me second xioor.
Work on the structure was started
about November 1. The cost was about
The property upon which the Dresent
freight-house stands is owned by the
Northern Pacific Terminal ComDanv.
and eventually will be occupied by the
proposed terminal roundhouse. Th
present roundhouse must be torn down
at once to make room for tho west ap
proach of the new Harrlman bridge.
MISS FORREST NOW LEADS
Mount Scott Queen Contest Develops
Gladys Forrest forged to the lead
in the Mount Scott Rose Festival queen
contest with a vote of 425 for yester
day. Three candidates have battled
each day for the first position.
Miss Berry, who took first place by
a sensational jump oi 7S5 votes the
day before, went to second position.
Her gain for the day was 175 votes.
Miss White continued gaining steadily
and counted 205 votes before the bal
loting waa done. She stood within SO
votes of second position when the re
sult was announced.
Mrs. Nellie Starr was a factor In the
race. Her gain was 50 votes, but It
Is expected that a great deal of her
strength Is being held back until the
first of next week, when the final vote
is to be counted. The contest closes
The vote at 6 o'clock last night was:
Gladys Forrest. 1815; Lucille Berry,
1760; Nellie White, 1740; Corrine Bane,
455; Josephine Langguth. 350; Nellie
Starr. 380; Gertrude Nelson,- SO; Maud
Alvord, 80; Laverne Schang, 70; Fay
Sechrlsr, 85; Erma James, 30; Edna
Masters. 30; Hattle Bradt, 25; Hilda
Borman, 25; Lucy Lloyd, 25; Margie
The Dalles Buys School Books. .
THE DALLES, Or., May 27. (Spe
cial.) Wasco County has 8937.34 to ex
pend this year for purchasing school
books. This money Is from the special
county library fund and other sources.
Justus T. Neff, County School Superin
tendent, has ordered 1380 books with
this money. 623 for The Dalles District.
No. 12. Of the latter, in reference
works will be placed In the high school
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pay before a cure has been effect
ed, and there are many who have
been misinformed about their con
dition, or through unsuccessful
treatment have become skeptical
and think there is no cure for
them. I want an opportunity to
treat such cases. It makes no dif
ference about the financial part,
as I accept pay for my services as
benefits are derived, when I am
satisfied the patient Is reliable.
Health Is capital at lnterost. I
will prove my ability to cure you
before asking pay for my profes
WRITTEN GUARANTEE Dr. Smlth'a written guarantee means a cure
or no pay for services. I guarantee to cure certain ailments or refund
every dollar you have paid me for my services. My services cost you
nothing unless I cure your Varicose Veins, Hernia, Piles, Fistula, Blood
Poison, or any ailment I guarantee to cure. My terms are reasonable
and no more than you are able and willing to pay for benefits.
Office hours 9 A. M. to 8 P. M. Sundays. 10 A. M. to 1 P. M.
DOCTOR A. G. SMITH
ENTRANCE 234H MORRISON STREET, PORTLAND, OK.
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A sovereign and unfailing remedy for all the Ills to which the human
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Junt exactly the ingredients, put up in the proper manner, to act upon
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Hernia, Blood Poison
No Detention From Occupation,
Family or Home
NO SEVERE OPERATIONS.
MANY CASES PERMANENTLY
CURED IN ONE TREATMENT.
MOST TIME-SAVING. MOST NAT
URO. MOST SAFE. A RADICAL
ANDP E R M AN ENT CURE. I
GIVE MY WORD AND WILL CITE
YOU TO OTHER MEDICAL AU
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FACT. I AM CERTAINLY PRE
PARED TO CURB BY EXPERI
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ARE THE KEYSTONES TO SUC
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I invite you to come to my of
fice. I will explain to you my
treatment for Varicose Veins,
Hernia, Nervous Debility, Blood
Poison, Piles, Fistula, Bladder,
Kidney. Prostatic and all Men's
Ailments, and give you FREE a
physical examination: if necessary
a microscopical and chemical
analysis of secretions, to deter
mine pathological and bacterio
logical conditions. Every person
should take advantage of this op
portunity to learn their true con
dition. A permanent cure la what
Impair vitality. I daily demon
strate that varicose veins can be
cured In nearly all cases by one
treatment. In such a satisfactory
way that the vital parts are pre
served and strengthened, pain
ceases, swelling subsides, a
healthy circulation Is rapidly re
established. Instead of the depress
ing conditions. I guarantee you a
cure to stay cured or refund the
Disregard of existing hernia has
cost many lives. The smallest
hernias are the most dangerous
to life, because of the Increased
liability to strangulation. I cure
rupture in selected cases with per
fect safety and entail no suffer
ing, and do not detain you from
occupation, under guarantee. Many
cases cured to stay cured In on
PILES AND FISTULA.
The sequelae of these afflictions
are distressing, nervous reflexes
and painful conditions. My treat
ment and success are the result of
years of experience. I cure Piles
without cutting. I cure you with
out pain or detention from occu
pation. I give a written guaran
tee to cure ptles and fistula.
KIDNEY AND BLADDER AIL
MENTS. With these ailments you may
have more complications than are
presented by any other ailing or
gans. By my searching Illumina
tion of the bladder I determine ac
curately the ailment, and by
micros copical examination and
urinalysis I make doubly sure th
condition of the kidneys, thus lay
ing foundations for scientific
Cerebro, where the mental forces
are Impaired. Spinal, where the
spinal centers are Involved. Vital,
where the sympathetic nervous
system and forces that govern the
organs are deranged by reflex ef
fects of ailments. I treat these
conditions and ait weakness In
duced by nervous complications
and excesses and put you on tho
right track to health, restoring
the conditions essential to your
future life and happiness.
"600" FOIt BLOOD POISON.
I use Professor Ehrlich's won
derful new discovery, "606," In
cases of Specific Blood Poison. It
cures In one treatment, and Is the
greatest marvel of medical
science. This new remedy has
been successfully used In thou
sands of cases. Let me explain it
and certain cure
Safe Cure Does
"I was a great sufferer
from kidney and liver trou
ble. I was almost in de
spair I could not sit up,
lie down, or walk in any
comfort the pain in my
kidneys was so great. With
out relief I would have
been In my grave or an
asylum. I procured a bot
tle of Warner's Safe Cure,
and the effect was mar
vellous. It has made a new
person of me. I recommend I
your remedies to all." Mrs.
John Richey. Saltlllo. Miss.
arner's Safe Cure is the most suc
cessful remedy known for all affec
tions of the kidneys, liver and bladder.
Put up In 50c and 1.00 sizes and sold
by all druggists.
Warner's Safe Pills for Indigestion
and biliousness are 25c a. package.
We will send a sample bottle of the
Safe Cure, together with a sample of
Warner's Safe Pills, free, on request.
Mention The Oregunian when writing
Warner's Safe Cure Co., Rochester, N. Y,
ji AWt-UUf Tbe Uld. iteliabie Chinese
f , Ooctor spent Jifetime studv of
Herbs and research in China;
was (rranted diploma by tbe
Emperor; roaraatees cure all
ailments of men and women
when others fail. If yon suf
fer, call or write to YEE ft
SONS MEDICINE CO., 142
First. Cor. Alder. .Portland. Or.