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the Ou;.uo;j daily jgui;:jau, Portland, lionday evening, july is, icc7.
SWEET TEAS ATTAIN HEIGHT OF .OVER SEVEN FEET
Hedge In the Garden of C'LC Farrtsh.
BwMt pi,rimi feet high, Is the
tnarvel?us growth in the yard at ths
residence of C. V Parrlah, (It YTsldler
Street. : They are a high aa a person
of ordinary 'atatara can reach and bar
bloomed prolificacy during the entire
season. : . . ' ' 1 ' '
Sweet pea vines sometimes grow very
luxuriantly but seldom- attain a height
of seven feet aa these have done. Ijsu-
anv when' aucnta imu.u kbub-
nllahed v,rv faar blouoml Bre DUt on.
but In this case the blossoms hare bean
Immense Traffic Carried. by
: 'Vessel to The Dalles This .
.' Morning. . ..
' - '
1 . ,
OTHER RIVER BOATS
""OpeifTUver Bltkinn'JUuf Two Han
' drcd and Forty-Four Passengers
vn Board Telephone and Bpenecr
ricd Up Temporarily.
With 144 passengers 'on board, oyer
100 tona of freight and 15 head of
horses, the. steamer J. N. Teal broke all
Its previous cargo records this morning
when It sailed down the Willamette on
the war to The Dalles. Additional paa-
-sepgera and freight wrsBlcMd up atmum
Vancouver when the boat put In there
early 'this forenoon.
Open River boat "will " also toe
loaded heavily tomorrow upon Its return
the two points. The steamer Telephone
trip from The Zalles; In fact wll
only boat on y the river plying
tha Iwn nnlnts Th ateajnar Ti
Is In harbor waiting to take a party of
exoureionlsts to Cascade locks tomorrow
and tbe-steamer Charles R. Spencer is
tied up at the foot of Alder street. The
boat's wheel Is -being torn down to re
pair flanges and will not be ready for
operation again before wsdnesaay. -.
With both these steamers out of com
mission the Teal this morning carried
freight for all three besides passengers.
Additional life preservers were taken on
board the Teal from the other two
boats, extra seats were provided and
other accommodations for the many pas
sengers. Heretofore tne passenger list
on the Teal has seldom exceeded -40 for
a single Arlp. - .
RIVER DROPS TO NORMAL
Unusually Long Spell of High Water
Tffll Be " Broken Tomorrow
According to observations made by
District Forecaster B. A. Beals and pub
lished- this morning.- the Willamette
river will fall below the 16-foot stage
and an unusually long period of high
watsr will Da nroaen.' me stream
mounted shove the 16-foot stage on
May 21 and has remained there fcr
nearly two months, the highest point
being reached .June ( when the river
touched It. I. .
'This was ths year when It was fully
expected Front street would - be inun
dated, but wnne tne river naa oeen nign
for elsht weeks, only ones during that
time has Jt approached the flood mark.
Ths fact that the commission district
has not suffered inconvenience from ex
cessive high water Is due to tne gradual
and ithe lack of long hot spells which
would have put the river on a rampage.
In speaking of conditions, Mr. Seals
aald tnis mornmgi
- Rek Basdaeheand rsueveall the troubles fax,
sent to ablUOoe stale ef the ayskns.eoeh as
: SlsrJnsea, Xauaae, Drowsiness. Distress eftee
. estlns. rata la ths Bide, a a. While ttelr mas
- renirtihle snie has base) shows la owing
Betdaeha yet Carter's Little Liver rffls are
- Maally valaable In OonsUpHloa. enrlng and pre-.
. venUngtlseaoTtoseomplalnt.whlle they ales
., irsr sod regulate the bowels. Svcaif they oalf .
Aahetbey weald be eunost priceless to theee whs
saner from this dlstrssslagnemplalnH batfertw
able la esnany wave the they wlU so be wlb
Jug ao without tnem.
Bat after all sick Bee
fetes bene of eomanylivee that here If where
we mat e our gnat boast Our gills enre 11 walls
.-Others do not. -
-2Wr's Little Uver rule are very mau ana
rSfWiesv to take, One or twe Pills makes does.
They arestrletly vegetable end do not gripe os '
CetJem! teraU0 plssnsU whs
- - cum msuan oo., nv ten,
lb! EL bElb. talfrH'-
Notwithstanding ths heavy fall of
snow la the mountains,, tne - river naa
caused no. flood, but his remained high
throughout an unusually Ions Deriod.
It was the prevalent opinion this year
tost Front street would be flooded, but
It has been demonstrated mat it is not
the amount of snow In the mountains
but the rapidity with which It melts
that effects the Willamette. Ths fact
that there have been no protracted hot
spells has saved the commission dis
trict from neavy loss mis year. -
1 RECEIVES WIRELESS x
Steamship President Reports Condl
tiona at Sea to Weather Bureau.
Two wireless messages were received
this morning by Dletrlot Forecaster ki
A. Beals, from the Steamship President,
North Head. The oondltlon ..of the
weather and sea reoortsd will - be re
celved with Interest bv the owners of
loa rafts which left down Saturday.
Ths first message received st the
custom house st T o'clock this morning.
Ths President Sunday night was 176
miles south of North Head and re
ported conditions at 11 o'clock, as fol
lows: "Partly cloudy.' Barometer S0:0l ris
ing. Wind N.-N. W. strong, .rising.
Heavy swell." - :
The second wireless message from
the steamship was received this noon
while tne President wss 10 miles west
of North Head, as fellows: -
"Weather eloudy. Barometer 10:10.
Wind northwest. Heavy , northwest
n-" . ,
- MTJST REMOVE BOXES
Mayor Order Wholesalers to Clean
.' Vp Stark 8 tree Landing. ,
" Boxes snd rubbish which have been
piled up for many weeks by ths whole
sale houses at ths Stark street slip
will hsvs to be moved or those respon
sible for ths unsightly collection will
be taken Into court to answer chsrges
which will be preferred against them.
Mayor Lane this morning Issued
X' A J ggaafda H-" 'BsmnW U ' W-"-
4 . HliaJgL bms eflsVJfassMasF aA eB gggggasV HMassVassW
'li'acres on" Southern Pacific' RyT 9 "miles-fr6m"TortlanI, all
cleared and in high state of cultivation ;on public road; soil
rich and lays well. Price one-third cash, balance on
5 acres rA mile from carline: all nice rich level land: on
public road; one-third-cleared; balance stump ; land. Price
750;. $200 cash, balance to suit purchaser. . . .
; ' 8 acres J4 mile from Willamette river; all cleared; in good
state.of cultivation; 1 block from carline; new house, partly
fenced. Price. 83.800 : $1,000 cash, balance to suit ourchaser. .
4 acres 1 block from carline, Yi mile from Willamette J
- 1 it , . . . , t . . ' t . . J , i -
nver; nan ciearea; paiance ugni iimocr; on gooa puouc cor
nef. Prite ? 1,000; half cash. 1 - '
;,4 acres yi mile from street carline, soil rich and lays well;
on public road. . Price, 8800. V '
7 acres on street carliqe adjoining station; all' cleared;
lays' well -with beautiful -shade trees.- Suitablv 'located for
cutting into lots. - Price 84,300 ; $1,000 cash, balance on time.
7 acres yi miles- from Willamette river ; all nice level land ;
part stump- pasture ; balance good timber. Price 8175. per.
acre.-"All lays'just right for cutting into acre tracts.' i
15 acres ' H mile from. Southern Pacific Ry. ; all rich
itnooth land; half cleared; balance stump pasture; on public
road. Price 8150 Aer acre. $500 cash, balance to suit pur
chaser: !' . t;., ., ... ,
) For choice acreage with no rock nor gravel call on
636c Shaw-Fear Company
r: ' stark st. ' .
Charles Wright, proprietor of tht Ors-
Hfgon hotel, pdrohased a new automobile
the other day and took Municipal Judge
Cameron' for a 'ride. After proceeding
about ths city for a while in a leisurely
manner Mr. Wright "opened up", the
throttle several notches to . push ths
atmoschero to one aids mora rapidly.
Judge Cameron grabbed the aids of ths
teat Wltn one nana, nis net wun mi
other and said in a trembling voice
with bated breath. "Don't go ao fast,
Charley;, you ass I am ao well known
Tha brakes wers spoiled after his
honor had taken In a few more kaleldo
sooplo views of blurred buildings, and
soon after the twain returned to the
hotel. . ' ,.'-.-'
orders to the police ' department to
notify the wholesale, houses to clear
away the boxes which have blocked the
street to the public. The action was
taken at ths request of Harbormaster
Spier after City Attorney Kavanaugh
determined-that the ground was-owned
by ins city.
' ttARJXl) ITTE1XIGENCB
- -'v Beralsr X.lners Sao Arrrvs.
Columbia, Bah Francisco..... ...July tt
Breakwater, Coos Bay ...July It
Alliance, Coos Buy....... July II
Roanoke, San Pedro a?d way. ...July 10
Costa Rica, San Franolsco. . i . . . July IT
O. W. Elder, Sen Fddro and way. July II
Nlcomedla, orient ..July II
Numsntls. orlsnt August If
Arabia, orlsnt ........... ... . . .Sf Pt. 1
:-BsgJa Uasxa no Depart. ,
Redondo, Seattle and way.... ..July It
Breakwater, Coos Bay .....July 16
Columbia.- San i'ranciaco ... .-.July f
John Paulson ..July 1J
Alliance. Coos Bsy July IT
Roanoke. San Pedro and way ....July 13
Costa Klca, San Franolsco July 10
O. W. Elder, San Pedro and way. July S4
Alests. orient. .JulytT
Nlcomedla, orient.... August I
Numantia, orient. August 21
Arabia,-orient............ September If
, Teasels n ort,
Aleela, Oer. sn.... ..Montgomery No. 1
Tols. Br. sh... .....tlevator dock
Jordanblll, Br. by. ............. .Astoria
Zlnlta. Br. bk .....East Pins
Lillebonne. Am. sch...O. R. 4 N. Albind
Waenucta, Am. barge. .University Mill
Chehaila Am. bktn. ......... .Knappton
J. IL Lunstnsn, Am. sch.... Stella
Paul Jones. U. & N Astorls
Maori King, Br. sa.il.... Stream
AivtnK. Jim. lun.
j. M. Griffith. AmThKlh ; .78 tells
Dalgonar, Br. sh Columbia No. 1
Mathilda, Nor as. .... .Portland Lbr Co.
Wallacot, Am. barge, University Lbr Co.
Alumna, Am. sch , . .Drydock
Bee, Am. sch, . .Willamette L 8. Wka
Lettltla. Am. sch Rainier
Strathnalrn, Br. ss......... Mersey
Tosemlte. Am. ss ....Astoria
Redondo. Am. sa Couoh
KtmVM Oarrlsra Za Bonta.
Mabel Oale, Am. sch.....Ssa FrMsce
Retriever, Am. bktn.. ...San Wranclaeo
South Bay, Am. str.....8sn pfanclsco
Echo. Am. bktn San Francisco
Melrose, Am. sch. Ban Pedro
Sailor Boy, Am. sch San Francisco
Alden Besss, Am. bk Ban Francisco
Louisiana. Am. bk -..Ban Pedro
Trena, Am. sch, ....San Diego
Washington, barge San Pedro
A u re 11 a. Am. str....,....8an Francisco
James Rolph, Am. sch .'..San Francisco
Xn Boats With Cement sag OeneraL
Buccleuca, Br. sh, Hamburg
Brenn, Fr. bk. Hull
Conway Castle, Br. bk......... Antwerp
Europe, Fr. bk '....Antwerp
Oenevleve Mollnos, Fr. bk Condon
Rene Kervller. Fr. sh.,.. Hamburg
Lasnneo, Fr. sh. ............. .Swanses
Le Pllier, fr. bk..i..... Ixmdon
Msrtha Roux, Ft. bk..... Hamburg
Mosamblque. Br. sh..... .Newcastle. K.
Samoa, Br.' bk. ....... .Shields
Slam. Oer. sh London
Thiers, Fr. sh. ........ ..Newcastle, E.
Vlncennes, Fr. bk... Qlaagow
Marechael Turrene. Fr. bk... .Hamburg
Villa ge Mulhouse, Fr. bk Antwerp
Ouethsry, Fr. bk Antwerp
Plerrl Loti. FT. bk.. ......... .Antwerp
Walden AbbeBr. ah... Antwerp
Oleneeellii, Br. sh Antwerp
versa ll lea, rr. ui t ,,.uviui
-General ds Molsdeffre, Fr. bk... London
General e Negrler, JT, Da intio
PayardI FT. bk........ Antwerp
VUle do Dijon. FrThk. . ."7r.".;iAntwSit,
Ooal gbips Ea Bouts.
Beien. x r. Dii,.,,, n.wwu m
CoL do VUlebols MarenlLFr. bk....,
, . . ........ .Newcaatla, A.
Claverdon. Br. ah. ...... .Newcastle, A.
Wlllscott, Am. Ok. .......Newcastle, A.
Port Patrick, Br. ah. Newcastle. A.
St. Mlrren, Br. sh Newcastle, A.
Crlllon, FT. bk. .......... .Newcestle.A.
Ardencrslg. Br. bk Newcastle, A.
Tugene Schneider, Tf." bk. .Wewcastle. A. I
St. ioula. k'r. sh. Newcastle, A.
Tramp gteamsrs gi Boom.
flenrlk Ibaen, Nor. str, ..Ban ranelseo
uueen Aleaandra, Br. Str Madras
Thyra. Nor. aa San Franolsco
Stratbneas, Br. str..,, Port Los Angeles
" ' ' OU Oaxrlas Za Boats.
Argyll, Am. Btr ....Port Harford
Catania, Am. str Uavlota
ALONG TUB WATERFRONT
..... ; . .
Ths Nome City errtved in Astoria this
morning snd left up st o'clock. che
comes with a cargo from southern Cali
fornia In which la Included a shipment
of 11,000 barrels of asphaltaum for ths
Bsrbe Asphalt company, '
Superintendent Frank J. Smith of the
Open River Transportation company,
who was taken eerloualy 111 Saturday
afternoon at his office with sn attack e-f
heart trouble, will leave the last of
this week for a much needed rest In the
mountalna or at some summer resort.
It Is probabls - that Frederick Snipes
will sssumo bis, duties during his ab
sence. j '
Repairs ars being made to the Chinese
Irate chaser Whang Ho. which haa
een a notable attraction at the Oaks
since early In the season. Ths boat was
brought down to ths shipyards this
morning, whsrs shs will be calked and
supplied with a new mast. Ons of the
latter was lost whlls ths vessel was off
ths Columbia river bar on ths way in.
Ths steamer AUlai.es srrlvsd st As
toria this morning and will reach port
tonight. ' 1
MARKfB XOTES '
Astoria, July ll-Arrivea at :10 and
left up at s-m. Steamer Noma City,
from Ban Franolsco. . ; '
Ban Francisco, July ' 1- AJTrlT?T
Steamer Geo. W. Elder, from Portland
and way porta. ' ' .... .... 'j
. Astoria, July II Arrived down at
and sailed at 11:10 am. Stsamer Au
reus, for Ban Franolsco. Arrived down
at 10:10 a. m. and sallsd at 1 p. jn.-
Steamer Atlas, for Ban Franalaco. Sail
ed at 1:10 p. m. Schooner J. H. Luna-
MAH f A. O M VMn.lVA
Ban Francleoo, July le. Balled -
Barge Washougal In tow of tug Samson,
for Portland. Arrived Steamer Yose-
mils ZrAtr. Pfirt1a.it rl.
" ti- ik Condition of the
bar at t a m., smooth; wind northwsst
miles; weather, cloudy. ..
rriA -t . .InHi tndsv Rlfh Watsr,
:1 a. m T T eet; 4:l p. m? 1 T T feet.
Low water :6i a. nu, 0.4 rssf; 10:11 p.
m . X.9 feet. 1
OIL HOLDS DOWN
i . THE DUST OF SALEM
v (pedal Dispatch to The Joe real.)
Salsm. Or.. July 15. Salem believes
In oil ss a dust eliminator and the ax-
nerlment mads on Commercial, court
and other streets hag proved successful.
It haa been dlsouBsed. however, that
with the kind of wall fonnd hero the dust
must be removed previous to ths applica
tion of the OIL On heavily Jfraveled
streets, the application of the nil. even
lightly, has proved a strong dust orad
cator The of fenslvs smell.of the crude
.dS ...a. anlw aa slatV AP BO ftttd tht
uii irass m vm w - . .. t
aertlon thst the strssU whsre oil hss
been applied are hotter than others has
not aa yst been conclusively proved.
Another carload of oil as been sent
for by Mayor Rodgers andwlll bs dis
tributed along Stats street and on
Twelfth as far as ths depot, ona of the
dustiest hlgnwaye in we
PLAN COSTLY HOTEL
Not the" Wet. of the large Jmprore-
ments - at Tlliamooa eonwoiiM-w "i
Chmv'n. Potter A CaMn the aeneral up
build ng of that section s a l0-ronj
hotel to ooat 1160.000, A lal architect
has been commissioned lo prepare ths
plans for tho proposed structure. The
main building wlU be four storlsi i In
height, with - two wings, each three
t9Ji i"i?.h' -.A Vrmndatlon Will
be of atona with the superstructure of
rrams, vTbs hotel will ave a double
rront. one facing the oosan and the
other Tillamook bay. Taebuiiaing wiu
occupy an elevated eight 100 feet above
high tide, and when completed will be
the nneal sesame auw
FOUR MILLIONS ARE ', H
AWARDED TO WOMAN
I JeamaU Bpsdal gervtee-)
London, July 14. Further parti oulars
ara published concerning the unprece
dented Judgment for $4,115,000 which
khas been glyenwln favor of fienora Con
ception Jjenlter un oeistgegui, ry.t
tsh lady, sgnlnat . Frank - CoU Gard
ner, the Austrtam gold mining million
aire. - The action waa brought to re
mnnav loaned between 1895 and
l0t. It was advanced In ths form of
cash and securities through ths lady's
secretary, Boberano, who Is charged with
aiding Gardner to defraud her. Gard
ner, part of wIiobs eventful life was
spent in Ban Francisco, naa av princeiy
horns In Avsnua V Bola Du Bologna,
Ths suit was brought. In London In
mimA nf parla nn account of ths French
law which would compel the plaintiff to
pay I1.5.040 of the amount recovered to
too rTencn government. . -
IDAHO AND OREGON
TOBERXEN AT NA1ITA I
fSnsHsl minstrk to The Joornal.)
Boise. Ida. July It. A meeting of the
Western Retail Lumber association,
composed of lumber dealers In eastern
U res on ana western inioo, win n neia
at Nampa. July 10. Beveral pi
lumbermen form the east wll
JUDGE CAMERON TOOK NO MORE
CHANCES ON THE SPEED LAW
.'Next morning .when the usual array
of weary wanderers confronted Judge
Cameron 'One particularity .dilapidated
specimen' stepped forward ' and 4sald he1
was from MrMlnnvllls and would lsavs
town If theludge could see It that way.
' "Just ' give me two minutes, your
honor, and I will be out of town."
With that he startsd toward the door
to make his promise good, wbsa Judge
Cameron called him back.
"No," said his honor, "I won't let you
fo on that condition. I will give you
I minutes to get out, in order to savs
yon from being arrested for breaking
the epeed limit?
The tramp left the courtroom with a
knowing smile, and now J u1 se Cameron
Is wondering whether he saw the court
take the automobile ride.
DUNCAN STARTLES GERMANY
BY POSING IN GREEK GARB
" (Joarnll Ipedaf terries.) "
" Berlin, July 16. -A unique sensaUon
ta belrfg provided hers by Raymond Dun
can of Ban F ranelseo, brother of fhe
well-linown "Greek dancer" Isador Dun
can, Who has enaeavoreaio persuaae
the wrld In gensrsl, and Germany in par
ticular, to return, to. the customs and
apparel of Oreece. .
uuiycan and ma wire, wno is a un,
have keen shocking Berlin for the past
four ttionths by appearing In the streets
snd slkops clacf n Greek negligee. Their
outfit el conalnt of draperies thrown
loos el, Bvar . ibalx. auAuldara and. pVUh
playing most of their limbs below the
knees. While ineir feec are incaaed in
sandala Duncan's strange appearsnos
Is aocentuated by the way ha wears his
hair, which falls to his shouldera Hs
and his wlfs are usually accompanied
on ths street by a Greek boy, who serves
as nurse to thslr bahy, and Is similarly
dressed. When the Duncans first cams
to Berlin admittance waa refused there
at several hotels on aooount of their
Next month Duncan, assisted by alng
eta and dancers, will perform Eurlpldea'
-AlceatlB" In the National theatre In
The doctor "thinks'
The doctor treats
A good doctor has some in-
struments and equipment
for all ailments, -
The specialist KNOWS
The specialist CURES v
The " specialist goes further
and removes the cause.
A good specialist has ALL
scientific mechanical aids
for his specialty.
TJB. TATXOB "T"
The Iadlag Specialist.
ITiavs treated hundreds of men who had long iuffered a aradual decline of nhrskal and mental energy
as a result of private ailments, and have been interested .in noting- the marked general improvement that
follows a thorough cure of the chief disorder. My success in curing difficult cases 4f long standing haa
made ma the foremost specialist treating men's diseases. This success is due to several things. It is dua
to the study I hare given my specialty; to my having ascertained the exact nature of men's ailments, and
to the original, distinctive and thoroughly scientific methods of treatment I employ. " S
To those in doubt as to their true condition who wish to avoid the serious results that may follow
neglect, I offer free consultation and advice, either at my office or through correspondence. If your case
is one of the few that has reached an incurable stage, I will not accept It for treatment, nor will I nrge-
-roy services spon anyone... trial curauie cases cuuy,. ana corn au -cases a -treat.
"My, Fee in Any Uncomplicated Case
go-called "weakness" In men Is
curable fully curable. Jt has not
been cured by ' thoss measures
eommonly smployed, for they are
methods based upon supposition
and not upon fact. Premature-
neaa sad loss of power in men is
dus to a chronic stats of Inflam
mation in the prostate gland, and
not to a disordered nervous con
dition, as haa been supposed. I
-treat the Inflammation by a local
process that does not fall to ao
eompllah Its purpose, and with
this condition corrected fulf and
complete strength and vigor re-,
.BTRICTURB Mr treatment la
absolutely painless, and perfect
results can be depended upon In
every instance. I a
or dilating whatever.
do n oatUnc
- Every ease of contracted disease
I treat Is thoroughly cured; my pa
tients have no relapsea Whea I
pronounce a ease cured there le not
a particle of Infection or Inflamma
tion remaining;, and there Is 'not ths
slightest danger that, the disease
will return In Its original form or Q
work its way Into the general ays- D
tern. No Contracted disorder Is so II
trivial -as to warrant uncertain
'methods of treatment, and I eejpecl
ally solicit those oases that other
doctors have been unable to cure.
X'hsvs fas largesa praottos be-
I invariably ralflU aay procn-
Mf Colored Char aJBOwtssr tha
snals anatomy aad affording'
wtressneT inaj ia aasaw
free at ofiloa.
Cured (! If.
- Without using knife, ligature or
cauatlo, without pain and without
detention from bualneas, I our
Vartcocela in one week. If you
have sought a sura elsewhere and
been disappointed, or If you fear
thebarsh methods that moat phy- 1
r in xreaiina mis
to me and I will
slclana employ In treatln,
euro you soundly and permanent
ly by a gentle and painless
Baethod. Doa't delay. Vaiioooala '
haa Its dangers and brings Its dis
astrous results. If you will call
I will be pleased to explain my
method of curing.
SPECIFIC BLOOD POISOW
No dangerous minerals to drive
the virus to ths interior, but
harmless blood -cleansing reme
dies that remove tho last poison
ous taint. ' .
fr Comer Second and Korrisoa lis. Privsts
Ul' VsU. fjstrance 234 1-2 llorrlstn SL. Portland. Cr.
MOTJB4I A. Tst. TO . aC BTTJsTTJATal Id) A. SC Vfl 1 9. IB.
"Patients living out" r the city and oomlng to-Portland for treatment will bo furlshed fine room free of ohargn.
Check your trunks direct to Jlils Morrison Street. J
For a'Good Complexion,
Health and Beauty.
H0R Clear Eyea - - -
Pura Complexion (
,r - - Good Temper
, Eat a Cascaxet whenever .you suspoot
you od lt,CarrjrgJlttaJ0pmer-J
gency bog constantly with you, In your
Purse or Pocket.
When do you need ona
: When your Tongue la coated
When you have Heartburn. Beloh
inf. Acid Risings In Throat
. . When Pimples, begin to peep out
When your stomach Cnawa and
That's tha time to check coming Con
stipation, Indigestion and Dyspepsia,
That s the tuna to taks a Caacarat .
" ' ;" ' .
On tablet taken whenever yon suspect
you need It will Insure you against 90 per
cent of all other Us likely to attack you.
Casoarets don't purge, don't weaken,
don't Irritate; nor upset your stomach.
They stimulate tha Bowel Muscles to
contract and propel tha Food naturally
past tha Bttl valvas that mix Di restive
Juices with Food.
, This stronger action produces greater
nutrition from food and perfect elimina
tion of useless msteajals.
It makes tha blood, purer, healthier.
and mora reconstructive, Insuring a Una,
clear oolor and complexion. -
Then carry the Bttls ten-cent box con
stantly with you In your purse, and take
a Caacarat whenever you suspect you
need IL .
- - All Druggists sell them over tan mtt-
, Bon boxes a year." '
Be very careful to gat tbe genuine,
made only by tha Sterling Remedj Com-'
pany and; never sold In bulkt Every
tablet stamped "CCC." i am
TV0 VIOLATED .
Saloonman . and Brewer's
Representative Come to :
Two dispensers of liquid refreshments
and a number of grocery atorea took a
ahy at the Sunday closing Statute yes
terday. Aa a result Tom Fallon, pro
prietor of a notorious saloon at Third
and Couch streets, was arrested by offi
cers Sdgsaton .Abbott and Johnson for
furnishing two rasa with liquor. The
arrest waa made at 4:10 o'clock In the
morning and Fallon was required to
put up 1100 ball to Insure hie appear
anoe in police court thla morning. Al
bert Mlttehner of the Portland brewing
beer to John Jacovloh of 77ft Bavler
nd Kelnlln for Belling ke
street snd to Anten Pregenser of 417
North Twenty-sixth, street. In botn In
stances ths kegs wsre one quarter full
when the men were stnnned with them
on their shoulders. Mlttehner wss ar
rested at I o'clock yesterday afternoon
and was released on 150 ball.
Officers from different parts of ths
1ty reported that a number of grocerv
Stores had opened .during the morning
for bualnees but thst in every Instancs
I oeen warned ny tne patroime
Xhsteweva eloesA Ihsl. lacaa
I they had
IN MOST CASKS
If not, yon owe It to yourself to ba made whole
and strong, as a manly man should t. wa
cur all private diseases of men. Our fee is
low. as small at $10.00 in moat cases, and our
ability Is anoueationsd. Wa are tha old eat
pecialista caring man in Portland. v v
EES US FIRST AND YOU WILL NOT
HAVE SO MANY MEDICAL '
FEES TO PAY. '
NO PAY UNLESS CURED
Special Diseases Newly contracted aad chronle eases cured. All
burning, Itching and Inflammation stopped la 14 hours; .cures ef footed.
In seven daya Wa eovarr the satire field of vpeolal aad Ohroalo, xtoay.
eased, OoanplUatwd Slseasea,
If you have a disease or weakness peculiar to man your oondltlon :
calls pramptly for ths best treatment the medical profession affords.
We have thoroughly mastered Infirmities of thla character. Our busi
ness aad professional methods are clean. While we ara naturally am
bitious to cure as many man aa possible, yet we want to do so on a
fair and square hasls. with aautoal soafldsmoe between phystolaa aad
patient. Our object Is not so much do the work that staves aostora
eaa do, but rathei o do that whloh tay easnea do. What ww solicit
In particular Is obstinate cases t eases whlok have beea aaada won by
all klada of laferlor tnatms-at. Tha knowledge, aklU aad aayeT-sawa of
years axe a you servloe.
' Mr he latest aad best methods we enre, to twmeJa owred, TAVTOf-ww
OB kvottbd iiira, iuob rozsojr, sraavo-TiTai. xtBaxurir.
BUDDXB and MXDMMX Wosblss, aad all assoolats glaiaaia aad, weafe-
aassea with thslr reflex aoaapUoatdoas.
Wa make aa misleading statements, iausptles ss
ermaattlM ta tne ainiatsd. neither do WO rwomlsa to
few days, or offer aheap, wortaleso taaatmient ia order to seeure tkalv
patronage, jgoaest dootors ef seeogaiaed ability ao aet seauiS So saah
OOITbTTXiTATZOj mm AJTD Uflimil Our repuUrlon and work
ara not a mushroom growth. Ws have been curing men for ST years.
Write If you cannot call. All correspondence strictly confidential
and all replies sent In plain envelope. Inclose S-oent stamp to insure
reply. "' , - -
OFFICE HOURS a a. ta I p. tn.; evenings, T to l:t; fhindaya,
a. m. to II noon.. .'.
tkam ta a
oomirxm rnoon - aim tajouu
TtS, . rOSTLAJTD, OKA,
Other than thla no breaches tho law
were reported either In tha elty or
county during tha day. Tha grocers
throughout ths suburbs ceased to supply
tha Improvident housewives who. liks
ths foolish virgins of parable fame,
neglected to - lay ln thel auppllaa
agalnat the time of necessity .
Out over the county no case of viola
tion wss discovered! by ths sheriff's
office and ths day was peaceful and
orderly. Not so many people took to
the woods and fields surrounding ths
city yesterday aa did the week before,
owing perhaps to ths ooolnsss of ths
day. In ths llttls towns ardund ths
border there wss liquid refreshments,
but not much over-lndulgenoe. As a
whols ths day was orderly and the law
waa observed with strick Impartiality.
TRIES TO KILL
Mad iNaval Reservist Fircis
Two Shots at rrcsident
vary aors at tha
dlssssa and stsps
tha atoat dssa-ast,
sxaraolatlnfl pains J
Cures evsry sllaassJ
at Haa sr fgaast
that a g eaa, fc
Fa i ass
Uesraal gpeetst Serrlre )
Paris, July II. Wholesale arrssts ef
antl-mllttarlsta are being made as a
result of tha attempt of Leon Mallle to
aaaasslnata President Fallieres ysstsr.
day. Mallle Is held at tha prison whsre
alienists have examined him and de
clared V)at ha la demented.
Whan. - the prealdent was returning
from Long Champa, where he had re
viewed tne garrison or fans, two snme
were fired al hlra by atailla who w.e
standing In the avenue dee Charts
Elysee. Neither of the shots took ' -
and bystanders declare that the mi
flr"1 Into ths sir.
Uallla, It Is learneit, was a hiv.I r
servlet st Havrs who partiUe I I i
recent seaman's strike. At ' ' '
It Is believed, he l-et Ma m'n.l i i
fancied or real ln.iiniue fore.-i i .
him by. the government. Tlie
aseaaaln refusoe to make a '
other than he has a wrong I i t
Impure btoo1 rure y i '
you an ea victim ' r r .
Purdock IW J
blood u'e I 'is "
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