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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNALS PORTLAND, TUESDAY EVENING, JULY 0, ICC7.
IB COURTS FOR
tnomaJi Club Installing:
Two, Thereby Obviating
:i "Danger of Shortage, r
'.7 ' v, ," , ., '"' v.
WILL END. SATURDAY
pin. Cook Capture Women Sins lea
'f .Cup by Defeating IIIm Fording
i Pinal ta Men's Double 'Go by
Default Other Tennis News. -
. Work haa begun on two new tennla
courts at the Multnomah club. " Th
foarts will be of clay, and wUl be sit
uated on the extreme outfield , of tba
baaaball grounds. They ar being- mad
especially for the 'atata tournament.
which- beglne July 10.- and wllj bar to
ba broken up not .later Jthan tha begin-
ig oMhe football season.
,Thta wlU make five oourta for tha
tat tournament great plenty. There
nre HI tla - ground a - for - tha published
statements that a tournament cannot
, properly be -played on asphalt and -dirt
courts together. If tha dirt oourta are
-,. aa firm as thoee at irvlngton. for turn
... pie, tha difference In tha play la ao tn
significant aa to ba Inappreciable. With
two aaphalt and three dirt courts for the
atata tournament, moreover,'; the playera
; earn usually enoosc between tne two
kinds,- if Uiey should have any prefer
- v Bad f Zrvlagton Tonraay.
' 'Tha Irvlngton handicap tournament,
, -which haa been In progreaa for a little
over two weeks, will be- wound up next
Saturday afternoon, at whirls ttma -two
. and perhaps three of the final rounds
, will be decided. . -
roe ownership -or the ladles' singles
cup -was -decided - yesterday- afternoon,
. the eonteattng playera being lira. Cook
and Miss Fording. Miss Fording- was
picked to win by many, but her oppo-
rent played aa exceedingly fast game,
, and captured the match In straight seta,
' -t, -. Mrs. Cook sent the bail across
very close to the . net - and with much
speed and her opponent was enable to
handle her shot. By. her victory. Mrs.
, Cook firmly establishes herself, as a
member of The first rank of lady tennis
Blavero In Orea-on. Tha handlcan waa
owe 1- in favor of Mrs. Cook, but she
aiq nave won wunout u
U nlamw Doable. 7 -
, Ooas and MoAlptn have been awarded
- - the doubles trophies -by default. They
. won- their way to tha final In good
style, but were destined not to play tha
,. final round,j aa Northrop, who"- as a
leam-mata Of Benhara's was to ga
' against them In the final round, waa
Juddenly called east and could not play,
lorthrop will-remain in tha east for
several weeks, but hopes to bo back In
time to try for tha state championship
" as wall as tha northwest and tnterna
. tlonal championships which follow It.
- v One of .the events to ba datlrleA on
Saturday Is tha men's singles. But six
players are left In thla event Wilder
' ' and Feme wilt play tha aerol-flnal
round In the lower half lata -this after
Boon. Wilder will owe II and-the match
. ; should ba a good one. Ferris won tha
v open handicap singles last year, being
over-hand 1 capped at receive IS -.' This
, year ha plays from owe I-S and from
. bis showing so far he stands a aood
chance to annex tha trophy. If Ferris
- wins this year ha will be entitled to tha
eup and will at tha same time -demon
- strata- that aa HK-woit up saons
best '. tennis -players In this- section.
. Benham, Cooking-ham. Andrewa and
Zollinger aim remain tn tha upper half.
s " -Benham WlU play Cooklngham tonight.
THr-" Andrews Beats Wlekerekam.
On of tha best matches of the
tournament was played last Saturday
afternoon, when Andrews nut it aver
tha club champion. Wtckersham, the
score Doing e-s, -, -. -wick waa
eompeuea to ewe i i-e.
- Tha mixed doubles will also be fin.
. .. tuned Saturday. Mr. Haley and Mrs.
Green will go against Wolf and Miss
Goss tomorrow snd tha winner: will
meet Bellinger and Mrs. Cook In the
-semi-finals. In the ether half but two
teams are left Rosenfeld and Mlsa
. : Fording and Benham and Mlsa Shaafer.
Tha ladles' doubles are ready for tha
zinais, ana it is just poesmie that they
. ., will not ba held ever until Saturday.
' The -teams ao.far unbeaten are MlaS
ieeaoeuer ana jar a cook and Miss
Bhaefee and Mrs. Raley. - An admission
will be charged to the games Saturday,
- - and In order to maks the card more at
' trsotlve an -exhibition match will prob
- ably be arranged between Ooee and Me
Alpln and another strong team of mala
LEADIH LIGHTS OF CLUB DO
FUNNY STUNTS AT LOW JINKS
The Multnomah ion Jinks, which
were held Ust Sunday. went off wltl
tha sip and bang which bag been char
acteristic of all previous Low- Jinks.
One of the moat paths tlo Incidents
which scoured during the day waa the
submission of Professor Rentes, the
club's wall ' known boxing . Instructor.
The professor; while strolling along the
bank of tha 'Lew river, was auddaqly
attacked by a band of natives, whs
burled him headlong Into he swift wat
ers of the Lewis river. He waa rapidly
carried oin of eight of the borror-trtok.
n crowd and everybody considered It a
foregone conclusion that be waa a dead
one. But en the homeward trip ef the
Beaver the club members ware surprised
and delighted to find ' the professor.
Killed in a salmon net which was
stretched across tha mouth of the Lewis
river. Mr. Renlck was uninjured and
he waa showered with congratulations
on account of his wonderful vitality.
James Slemtnons attempted to pun
oft a fske bull fight, but the same
waa quickly suppressed by the county
UaeorgeeMcMlllan won ' the hlgh
dlve contest by diving from the top
of a fir tree lef feet high. Mr. MoMil
lan received art extra large medal for
thla event, as It took, him four hours te
climb the tree. . .
-umiii. vi.rria tiie wall known actor
from the Baker Stock company, showed
his wonderful versatility. Ha starred
in the baseball game, assumed the lead
ing Juvenile role in the three-legged race
and played the part of the old woman
by going to bed on the return trip.
aumntuoua recast waa served on the
boat. During the banquet Parson's or
chestra, which was cleverly hidden in a
bower of palms and Oregon wna grape,
KniiriMuT music The lemonade booth
waa In charge of Ous Meyer. The euo-
nf tha Jinks was lamely due te the
hard work of the committee.- consisting
of George Bimon, 'lany warinnor ana
Frank Hanger..... - ,; i
Uncle Sam Celebrates Golden
, Wedding to Baseball ,
'i Game This Year. -
FIFTY LONG YEAES OF I
Many MIIUobs Ar Spent Annnatty la
Professional OaoM :tu,fl There
jk TeTer - Were Bo Many , Amateur
Players m Today. Z-.'rl';,
. pon t ran te pay yotir west side gas
bill tomorrow. Positively the last day
vs swouunh i ' -, - -
; Bellevue BMtts Smlthrine.
Bellevue. July . The Bellevue team
: defeated the SmlthvlUe nine here Sun
day by the seors of I to f. Hlrsch,
Jenee- and - Begmafcy -played -"ajood ball
jot toe roi eouniy leas, while M.
Klckell and Mulkey were tha stars for
the Tamhlllers. The lineup;
Smltkvllle C I Allian. itiiirtatiiii-
J. Boglnsky, catcher; Jones first baae;
Ollson. pitcher: Hlrsch. second base;!
wnan, inirn case; Lronx, rignt rieiQ;
i eenter field: Branson, left field.
Bellevue RuaselL left field: D. Nick.
u, socona Baser Morns, nrar baT
Mitchell, catcher: Mulkey. shortstop;
Duersv third bees: M. Nlokell. pitcher;
-Teeum, center field; Keer, right field.-
TIME TO ACT
Pon'i Wit for the Fatal Stages
' of Kidney Xllness--Profit by '
' Other People's1 Expe- '
Oeeaalonal atUcks of headache, Irreg.
alar urination," headaches and ' dlsay
spells are common early symptoms af
kidney disorders. It's an error te neg
lect these 111a The attacks may' pass
eff for a time but return with greater
Intensity. If. ther .are ymptoma ef
dropsy puffy welllnga below the ayea,
bloating Jf limb and ankles, or any
,part of the body, don't delay a .minute.
gin taking Doan Kidney Pills and
ip up tha treatment until the kidneys
V ft well, when your eld time health and
. Cbter'' will return. V '' " ,?,; , ',,k
JT Mr. 3. O. Sterna of Mt Tabor, Or.,
Biervlng on West avenue says: "I have
e'iif' reoommended Doans Kidney
pwuis xor several yeam-i pun ao en,
"KAllAvtntf that in. aiifforeV fmm Ka rb
i ache or kldnc- complaint will find this
remeay an tnat ta ciaimeoi ror iu. My
ewn experience ri roved that Loan's Kid-
- pay fins premtpiy relieve backache and
ether noticeable symptoms of kidney
eomptaint. . .
' For sale by all dealers. price ! cants.
Foster-Mllburn Co. Buffalo, New Tork,
sole agents. for the United SUtea ...
' Remember the nam DCTAN'S and
take ne ethen
The olden wedding .of Uncle Sam
to his national sport, baseball, takes
place this year, and finds the game
played by more people than any field
exerels mankind knows, - - : -
XV -AS Via4mev .tfm. wy.fw wi.i
baseball dates back as far aa lt4I, but
the some of that day la ao radically
different from what we call baseball
today aa to bear little relation 10 it.
Uaseoaii, so' caiiea u toe vs ana
early '60s. was llttls more than round
era, or town ball, and It waa not until
a national convention of baseball play
era, held In New York In 167. drafted
a aet of rulee and put the aport on an
organised basis that lta extraordinary
development began, a growth whloh haa
carriea it to ail pans vi me worio.
In this convention 'the word 'na
tional" was uaad for tha first time la
oonuaction with baseball, and teams
soon began to spring up In Philadelphia,
Boston, Chgloago and other large cltlea.
. The Orase Spreads.
Smaller towns took up tha erase,
which, though halted for a time during
the civil war, never ceased in Us rapid
advance, and before long from Atlantic
to Caciflo tha United States accepted
baseball aa the sport, best suited ta the
American character. . . -
Today more mllllona are spent yearly
for baseball than belonged to the richest
man -la the UaH-"4 States at Aha time
the game was getting lta atari. The
figures are daslng. Laat eeaaon In the
minor leasrues e.200 players signed con
tracts; this year the number will reach
4.09, with a salary list for the season
of tl.SOO.OOO; 100,000 more goes to
this for the payment of players in the
National and American leagues, Thla
makes a total of SMOd.000. Members
of tha outlaw league and Independent
clubs bring the total up te the huge
Scores of Autoists Will Start
, ; in Glidden Tour Tomor-.
i ; .row Morning. 31
(Jeeraal Special Service.) ,
; Cleveland. O., July .--For the several
score of enthusiastic automoblllsts who
will start In tha Olldden tour tomorrow
morning this way a day ef rush and
hustle. It was tha laat day tn e that
the machines were la proper shape for
the contest, to arrange for the checking
of baggage and te arrange the countleaa
other detail neoessary to the long Jour
ney. With the near approach of the
date for departure interest and enthus
iasm In the tour has greatly Increased
and everyone concerned Is looking for
ward to ine moat successful contest of
lta kind that haa ever taken place la
Chairman V. B. Hower of tha commit'
tee tn charge of the run, which as In
prevloue years WUl be held under the
auspices of the American Automobile
association, has finished the office end
of the task. Alt the entrant have been
supplied with numbers for their eara
and badges tfor themselves, guests and
Thetour-wtlt eerer a total dlatanee
of about 1.500 miles, and 1 daya'
elapsed time. The actual ruanlng time
will be 11 daya, the others being spent
In stop-overs. This makes an average
of 126 miles a day for the tour, although
the lona-eat day's run will be IT 4 miles
and me enonest Pi.
The lournev each day te the- nignt
atopa will be aa follows: . July 10. Cleve
land to loieoo; juiy n.io oouin ena.
Indiana: July 1). to Chicago: July IS
and 14, in Chicago; July 16. to South
Bend. Indiana: Jul v It. te Indlaaarjolla:
July IT, to Columbus, Ohio; July II, te
Canton. Ohio; July It, to Pittsburg; July
10. to Beurord springs. Pennsylvania;
July IlaUedfOTd. Springs: July i, te
Baltimore; July 13, to Philadelphia;
juiy it, to tw or. j
flaures .of t4.000.000.
There never were- so many amateur
players aa now. Thousands of men and
boys play the game for love to one who
did so in the old times. - Every town
and hamlet haa It clubs, and In many
wf them tne players spend tneir own
money for expenses. Social clubs end
manufacturing establishments, business
houses and counting rooms, departments
In city, state and national government.
schools and colleges are engaging In
tha snort In ever tncreaslna numbers.
Then that prolific breeding ground for
the baseoau microoa, tne tot in tne pig
city, ta ever turning out us crop
Baseball .! niUpplawj.
Baaaball baa made lta way In the
PMUnnlnea. It Is being Played by the
Jape, a Nam of whom are now In thla
couitrv. It has made a nit ttr Lioadon.
and even Paris sees occasional games.
- Tne convention tnat sianea tne sport
on such an extraordinary career or
popularity as., that la well worth com
riayere are living loaay wno distinct
ly reoall that famous conference and
the work It did. A. J. Reach, the Lajole
of hla day, and until 1861 the greatest
second baseman the game had known,
exhibits -with pride a finger he broke
Prior to 185T every baseball score of
a completed game bad a "II" In it,, for
nstead or playing nine innings, aa we
a today, tne rule was tnat tne team
which had acOred tl runs, when both
sides had an equal number ef Innings,
waa the winner.
A third atrike was then out If caught
h either a "fa
foul." foul or a fair balL
on the hound; so with
stther a "fair
Then a home
run waa not allowed wnen a batted
ball Went out of the ground. Instead.
the hitter waa limited to one base, the
Idea being that he could not make the
circuit unices tne team In the field had
had an opportunity to get the ball and
retire him. .
Rules have changed often In 60 year.
Once there waa a "fatr foul" hit, by
which a ball was considered fair if It
struck fair, no matter tf It rolled out
afterward. First three halls - gave a
man hla base then gradually the num
ber went all the way up to aeven, only
to eorae nacs to Tour.
One year the game- was played with
rour strikes, another year a player was
credited with a hit every time he sot
a base on balla The base for being hit
witn pitched nan was aoousned and
then later restored, and finally came
the foul atrike rule, the most Important
piece or modern baseball legislation..
CANBY BALL PLAYERS
, a "in-T ii i 'i ,
(gpeeiil Dlspste te Tk levrail.) '
inby. Or., July . Canby was the
r in two ball gamee yesterday. Is
the morning the Canby Juniors beat
the-Barlows, T to 6. In the afternoon
the Canby Olante administered a defeat
to the Fremont a of Portland. - to the
merrv eeora ef 14 to L The Csnbv
strong hitters wore out- three pitchers
for the Fremonta, while the Fremonta
were unable te find Baty, Canby's
4 , r
" ' Dayton Defcata Lafayette. ;
(goeeUI Dlspetrh te The JoeraaLl
Dayton, Or.. July . -The .Dayton
baseball team defeated the Lafayette
team last Sundsy in ens of the faatest
games ever plaved on- the Dayton
grounds. The Daytons started hitting
Baker from tha first and after the sec
ond -Inning. Lafayette changed their
battery -entirely, but the Dayton boye
still kept tip the fireworks, and when
the fray was over the score wss 4 to 1
in favor of Dayton. Dayton made 14
base hits to Tfyette's g.
Batteries Dayton, Plrard snd Kloefc:
Lafayette, Baker and Baker; Weed and
TOURNEY OPENS TODAY
The Chautauqua baseball tournament
at Gladstone park begins today. Games
will be played every afternoon, except
Sunday until July 10, on which data the
deciding game' wUl " be played; '"The
schedule Is as follows:
July . Bralnard Cubs va. Chemawa;
July 14. Trunkmakers va North Paci
fies: July 11. fit. Johna vs. Bralnard
Cuba; July 11, Chemawa va Trunkmak
ers: July It. North Pacific va St. Johna:
July 16, Chemawa va ' North PaclOo;
juiy is, Bt. Johns vs. Trunkmakers;
July 17, Bralnard Cuba vs. North Pa
cific; July It, SL Johns va Chemawa:
Julv It. Trunkmakara va Rrafnard
Cubs; July 10. the two teams la the lead.
CAMAS WANTS TO PLAY
: STEVENSON FOR PURSE
' The Camaa ball Mavers are anxloaa
ror a return matcn witn mevensen.
The following challenge haa -been re
ceived by The journal: .
"Camaa Baaaball club herebv thai.
lengea- -tha Bteveneon club of Steveneon,
Washington, for a game of baseball te
ba played on Camas ground on July II,
for a purs of 1100 a aide, each team to
play the aame men or playera who
filayed In the game at Stevenson, Weali
ng ton, on July 4, each team to have an
umpire. We . are willing to put up a
forfeit. Stevenson, we mean buelnesa
It la up te you tojplsy or bsck down.
"X T. POINDEXTER,
"Manager Comae Baseball Club,-"
Camaa, Waabington." ... ,
. National Leaiiue, 7 7' '
At Brooklyn Chicane 6. Breoklvn S.
At New Torkr-St. Louie S. New Tork
At Boston- First seana: Jtostnn 1 Otn-
clnnatl 0. Second games Cincinnati 4,
FOR FAST COLTS
ThirtyrSeTen Thousand Dol
lars Is Value of Realiza
l .'7r tiori Race. V ';
v -.:7-- . . ' ,7-- ;;,
OLDS CONTEST TODAY
II Fnrorite, Peter Paa, Csptweg the
;: Prlie. Hit Wfamiacs 'Win Have
Benched One Hundred Thousand
r Already Thig Season. " . " '
7- B '-" MacDonald.) si J
- (Hearst Mewe ay Lsageet Leased Wlre.
New Tork. July I. This afternoon 4
the famous Lawrence Realisation stakes
for 1-year-olds, at one and five, elgbtha
mtlea, wUl be run and won at Sheep
head Bay, Long Island, Tha Coney
Island Jockey dubv announcea tha value
Of Abe fixture to be close an to ttT.000.
Since .the -American darby at - Waab
ington park, Chicago. Is no more, the
Realisation atakes are really the richest
among all American t-year-eld special.
At one time the Realisation atakes
amounted In value to ever 146,000, but
somehow the entry and nomination to
tpe 1807 renewal waa not aa' heavy aa
might be expected, perhaps due te the
uncertainty of the permanency of the
turf In the east during the "moral cru
sade" which swspt tne aountry soma
It months ago.
Tha prise Is well worth the while of
champions. Tha Realisation atakes will
bring both Peter Pan and Salvldere to-
Set her along with Frank Gill, McCarter,
ambeal, Paumonok, Faust and Don En
rique,, quite a galaxy ef stare. Usually
the rape simmers down to three or four
starters, but this year a more preten
tious entry Is assured. At this time It
looks to be victory for Peter Fan, who
has already put the Belmont stakes,
the Brooklyn derby, the Standard stakes
and the Tidal atakea to hla credit. A
Realisation will place the - Commando
colt' a earnings -at - close to - 6100,000,
truly a remarkable reoord when you
come to think that he Is barely through
the first half of the season. '
Salvldere was a sufferer from acute
toothache during the early days of May.
He lost flesh and la today not really
hlmaelf. However, hla cracking, raee
behind Frank Gill and Montaomery In
4 the-Ceney Island atakea of laet Batur-
oay ween snows mm a real greae ooic
, TOURNEY ON TODAY
(Joaraal SneeUl Servtse.l "
Cleveland. Ohio. July t. Playing tha
annual national amateur golf champion
ahio besan this morning on the links ef
kthe Euclid Golf club with a medal play
round. II holes. The tournament will
continue through the week. The en
trant are almost without exoeptlon
well known solfers whose hi ah stand
ard of play gives promise ef good com 4
petition. , ... :,
The Northwest Gun company's base
ball team defeated the Btettlero en the
old Portland field. East Twelfth and
Davis streets, Sundsy, by a score ef 11
to t. The feature of the game waa the
hitting of "Both teama. Batteries:
Northwest Gun company. Parent -and
Fleming; Stealers. Bach and Mitchell.
The Northwest Gun ompany'a team
wanta gamea out of the city. Address
C. B. Leek. 1121 East Msln street.
Guardsmen Man Guns in the
Forts W Sink: Mythical
Attacking Squadron.' - "
' .(tpeelal Bwpataa Tae JearaaL) '
Fort Stevena, July t. After success
fully demolishing a mythical fleet and
repelling the attack ef a mythical land
ing party yesterday, the Oregon Nation
al Guardsmen bare are enthusiastic
ever the coast defenae maneuvers te be
participated In during their 10 days'
encampment. Thoae at Fort Columbia
and the companlee in camp at Seaside
are equally enthuaiaatlo and If spirit
Is needed to mske the probleme a sue
oees there la only tha brightest outlook.
Cam panics A, C and K. of the Third
Oregon are with companies A and C of
the First separate battalion, are sta
tioned here, the former being detailed
to the field maneuvers and the latter
two bodies t the artillery drllL Com
panlee B and M, Third - Oregon
ire afFort Columbia. The other com
panies of the Third Oregon and separate
eompeny Ci ef Ore iron City ere encamped
under command ef Major McDonald, at
When In San Francisco
' Stay et Hotel Hamlin. 117 Eddy. Fire.
Proof; 100 rooms, 4 baths; rates tl.tt
and up. Eddy-street eare at ferry.
Dent fall ta pay your west side gas
bill tomorrow. - Positively the laat day
, Dead Sinn Found in the Woods.
Astoria. Or., July The dead body
of a man waa found in the woods en the
upper eouree or Grays river yeeteroay.
It Is supposed to be that of a -timber
cruiser, a number of whom have beea
In the vicinity lately. -
He wa j .
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RESTORES GRAY HAII.
v.7 Northwest Leagne.
At Seattle Taooma t. SeaVtle .
HOW LONG HAVE
YOU HAD IT
Kidney disease may develop suddenly
and become fatal In a few weeka, but
this Is rare. , It usually appeara with
mild symptoms, although aa the kldneya
are not sensitive, it may have been de
veloplr. .' for months even years. It Is
usually curable the first few weeks, In
fact, it often gets well of Itself. But
If It haa been long enough In the sys
tem to have become chronic (faatened)
the books then declare it to be incur
able. - Right here le the crucial question:
trla, how long have iron had ttt If it
aaa see in tne evstem tor some months,
there Is nothing known to medicine that
will reach It except Fulton's Renal Com
pound. - It differs from all kidnev mll.
clnes ever known In this tremendouwtr
Important point -it la the only one that
redurea Inflammation and corrects tha
kidney function AFTER It has become
ehronie, aa well aa before As there
le no sharp ending line marking the
time Nrhen the trouble changee to the
enronio rorm isn t it as -ciear aa noon
day that thoughtful people with kid
ney dieeaee should teas at once the
only known specific, that reaches It la
The annual fleams are ever fi.ooe
170 per day. Theae census flrures show
hew appallingly serioue and prevalent
this thing Is getting to be that Is In
nocently referred, to In the homes aa
Kiuney trouble. .
to Its NATURAL COLOR.
Stops its falling out,' and positive-
if remoret Uandraa. Keepi bur
on and eloity. - it not dye.
Guaranteed perfectly pure.
. Philo Hay Spec. Co., Newark, N. T. -
JOo. - bottles, all drusTglete
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lassepsmfes' see' Cnsssjsss sear
ate Lam tf at Jasat a Onssa
Dfmxmxm AiAsKDmn of
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7 DEATH FROM ANY
WiaU eahn V.rraa. . U.
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remted 94 af Trass ' j
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Tn sad Ssrlagi teaft PefSeadgsa
The Brsaineet Cemeesy
t. a Dae Oa CeasMrcW ageecr
WeglieiieeantBatsesa .Leek a n I
Cm rsOtesnw ami Shak ttnlamd Va
Tfundreda ' n& oltlsena of this
could go Into thd witness-box and swear
to their recovery and
would be the editor of this publioatlon."
ean x ranoisco wine ana BDlrlt Re.
have.: kiney trouble, start
fur Fulton'a Senal Cocs-
Has mm a bfe steer ef Tests aad berks.
sad la that staey SUeenrsd ee4-JaglTlag
to the wwltf bis woaderfnl r.allM.
us MEBouiT. roisoks on pbuos nn
XX CVBES WITHOUT OPinATIOn, oa
W1TMOUT THX AID 01 A XMirX.
SJe nerasteea in mm Catarrh, a ta a a
tss(. Tbrest, gbevmsrlssi .Himmm
deivnee OebtU. gtnsweb, Unr. KMaef
TMeblesi slse Last Meehaed, Pewele. Weak
ness eed in Private Dtseeeea
A SURE CANCER CURE
fast Besslved rna ISkKf. Ohtaa-gafe. Sale
- ,- aad aeUaeltk
if too arb Arrticrno. now-p bblat.
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If yea easset esU, writs fas sysmlssi etaab
aad ekealar. Isekws 4 easts la slaapa
rti o. eEi wo CHigitx MEiJionrB oo
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HAVE SO MANY MEDICAL ,
FEES TO PAY. .
We ars coring more men than any two tpe- '
. cialiats in Portland. Our email fee enables vs
. to, cure for less money than many self-styled
specialigts ask for their service. Our advice,
to you will be worth much in yonr case if you
peed the terrices of a skilled, reliable gpecialift.-
inmost oii 7l!o Pay Un!c Cured
If you have a disease or weakness peculiar to men your condi
tion calls promptly for the best treatment the medical profession
-afford. We have long studied and thoroughly mastered infirmi
ties of this character. - Our business and professional methods are
Ldean. TWhile we are naturally ambitious to enre aa many-men as
possible, yet we want to do so on a fair and square basis, with
mutual confidence between physician and patient .Our object is
not so much to do the work that other doctors csn do, but rather,
to do that which they cannot do. What we solicit in particular is
obstinate cases; cases which have been made worse by ail kinda of
Inferior, treatment, Tha knowledge, skill and experience of yeara
' are at yonr service. 7 1j77 ' '- ''-.)
By the latest and best methods we cure to remain cured, VARI
COSE OR KNOTTED VEINS, BLOOD POISON, .NERVO'
- VITAL" DEBILITY, BLADDER and KIDNEY Troubles, and all
associate diseases and weaknesses with their reflex complications.
We make no misleadlnc statements, deceptive or tmbusiness-Uka
propositions to the afflicted, neither do we promise to cure them
in a few days, nor offer cheap, .worthless treatment in order to
; secure their patronage. Honest doctors of recognised ability do
' not resort to such methods.
. CONSULTATION FREE : AND INVITED Our reputation
-and work are not a mushroom growth. We have been curing men
:"for 27 years. ;r:-tr- r. - - .-. s - - .,- .- -. ,;-..-- -
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I Dave th Lcrccst Prric-;
ticc Ceccnse I Iiiva'ia""
bly Fnliill Hy Premises
Success isn't attained at a bound. - It is made
up of many little triumphs. A large medical
practice doesn't await the young physician at
Tha college door H must prove htroaeH Hs
aast work toward success day after day, doing
wall each day's tasks. -
It has always been my rale to promise noth
ing that I am not absolutely certain of nctotn
plishmg. Realising that no one physician can
successfully nndertake to cure all diseases. I
entered special coarse of .study in prcparatioa
for my present work. For 16 years I have
bean proving my ability and building my tue
eeaa. I have mastered, first the simpler dis
eases, then the serious corn pi en and stubborn ones that otnera neither cure
nor comprehend. I have confined my efforts to diseases of men exclusively
snd there is no ailment belonging to this class that I cannot fully conquer.
I make broad and definite claim. I tell men that I can cure them, even
though others have failed. Jcaloua doctors hsve chsrgsd me with oiaianhig
too much. But. I ask, wherein hsve I failed to fulfill a promise? My prac
tice is now fully twice that of any other specialist upon the Pacific coast
treating men's diseases. It haa grown to thass dimensions because I have
made promises and fulfilled them. ' Each cure I "have effected is a triumph,
and a manifestation of skill that has had hs part in the making of my suc
cess. Each day nsw core are completed, and my pressnt growth of prac
tice is more rapid than ever before. ' 7 7 t
V Consultation Is free If you are afflicted, consult use. You earn rely
upon what J tell you, and tf I accept your case you csn rett aaewred that a
complete and permanent cure will follow my treatment.
All necessary X-Ray
examinations ' are abso
lutely free . H patiente.
My equipment for X-Ray
work , la the finest and
most complete ever pro
duced, and equally per
fect results are not possi
ble with an inferior appa
ratus. AH rnediclnee art) pre
pared from standardised
drugs in my own private
laboratory and are sup
piled te patients at actual
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" Ta prodnee temporary activity
ef tKe fuaetlewe In aeeea af ao
eallad weakaeea le a elrapie nat
ter, but - te permanently raatare
Itreagtn aa4 vigor le a problem
net wit tew pereiclane kave
solved. I never treat for taiw-
porarr. ecreeta. under my sr
tern er ireatmeav, avarv bit
Improvement Is a part ef a per
manent eare. Thou ell ether
phvsialana have, through mr sue
eaee In effeetlng permanaat
Cures, been ennvlneed ef the taet
that prematureaaaa, lose ef sew
er, elo.. are bet sywptome re
avltlag from ehrenlo Inflamma
tion or eon seat I on la the prvstate
gland, none have ee Tt .bn
able te ouplteate mr ewrea Vr
aveteiw er loeei traatmeat Is !
only effeetive means yet known
for reetorlag the proetate te I'
normal atata, whloh always re
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for the fuectlonal dlaord-r is -tlraly
remevad. It la the e- t
klnS ef a our, a refloat .
an1 la the only k.nJ ef sue
wlu treat for.
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