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THE. OREGON DAILY JOUTvNAU PORTLAND,
EVENING, JULY 3, 1807.
Other Classified Ad
vertisements will be
SAVE THAT RENT
AND BUY A LOT FOR
rr , ;-Montavula : - ;
Graded Streets, 0c Carfare,
Eaay Term.. .
$10 Down, $5 Per Month
AU1 V.ostt rUnavtHiAnl 1
tor ahMiook iog. o i. a mui out am
TDCnT IVHITSlCn PA
. kai sstat ipt.
cob. rmxao Aire oak btb.
TnllWccK S SPECIALS
10 'Km Bast Oerdea Vntk Xad 1m
Jtate, with orchard and l-room boux;
00 ft from railroad tattoo. It miles
. from Portland. Owner muat sell. Thla
. la what you . bar baaa loosing tor.
40 Aoras Good farming land, on See-
' lion una roao, wun 7-room iudiiuiuu
' house, naarlr uw. includlna? larks barn.
chicken houses, eta. Thla land ia nearly
clear, only a mall portion being ta tlm-
. per. we win aau ror sa.avv.
$100 Tr Acre W have sight l-aor
tracts nf fine farmin land on the Baa
Line road, about four miles exit from
i the city. -We want you to a thla
choice acreage, and If you are aulted
wa will give you plenty of time to pay
for It. ' .
- 11 Acres i pa imm pernna. wun
Mom hnnaa kirai and outbulldlnkSl !
area In cultivation; good water and ne
vr a-, iihw
i WILL, EXCHANGE
Between 10 and 11 acrea of beaver
dam land, under cultivation: email or
chard and two bouses. I room and I
- rooms; about It ml lea out and H bloek
, from railroad station. Js a, , money-
' A I to l-room modern houaa In Port
land, with amble around, within to
. fare limit Call at our efftoa and we
W1J gladly give you full Information.
:j ' XOBT TOTTaV PBjOPXBTT . WITal
: Lambert - Whltraer Co.
'Bead Estate area,
sot aaraaxocx bzjmk
aoata uovou bat ma.nra
Wa believe we have aoma of the beat
bargains in farm property in the wioe
tata of Oregon. . A few paelmena are
mentioned below. Wa have other
Coma and aee ua.
No. 140 acrea. with atook and ml
ehlnery; large prune orchard ; an ex
tra good atook ranch: k mile below
. Elk City. Plica 14,000-only $10 an
No. 11 10 acres. I mllea from Nt
port, on county toad; wall Improved
. IK rattla IK ikMn .nil UMHmMl
-good orchard; 40. acre la cultivation.
, proved ; (-room houaa, 10 bearing fruit
(rMi; water y ipwa w nauaa jrriee
-11.100: 1500 down.
Ko. 1(1 1(0 acrea. slashed and seeded
good house, barn, 4st4i acres In
T Orchard. Prloa 11.600.
These farma are all near good mar
get, with exceptionally nne transporta
tion facllltlea. both by water and rail.
The extenalon of the Corvallta A Eaat.
arn R. R. acroaa eaatern Oregon will
greatly ennanca in. vaiu ox tma prop-
arty witmn tne nest year.
OmaOO KUKTT OOHTABT,
niN s-s, sea wasniagtoa
: The weatern low preaaure areaa bava
united and formed a trough of low prea
aure which extends from Arlaona aaat
to New Mexico and thence norteaetward
to Mlnn.aota and over thla .trip af
territory the weather la unaettled and
light ahowera have fallen In scattering
Iilacoa. The small disturbance ever the
ake region haa advanced to the New
Enaland eoaat. and caueed ahowerv
conditions to prevail la the lower lake
region, middle Atlantis and New Eng
land atatea. - The barometer contlnuoe
rvlatlvcly high over the north Pacific
states and also over the a-ulf atatea.
The changes In temperature alnos yes-
l.raay neveiwen unimponant.
Indlratlone are for fair weather In
thla district tonight and tomorrow.
In southeastern idaha. . where
howcrs arc probable.
- Tinir. -
Max. Mia. Free.
AbllelK. T.xaav. ....... , TO
?akar City. Or. ...... t " 0
hlcago, III. 00 . Tt
Tk.nv.r tf-nlA. 4A . Kl .
Loa Angelca. CaL, ...... 10 . (0 .
New Orleans. La. ...... tt . Tt
New Torn. N. X. 10 T TO
Portland, Or. Tt tt
Roeeburg. Or. ........ tl tt
tacramento, CaW ...... t4 it
alt tke. Utah ...... 14 (4
Haa Diego. CaL ....... T4 4
Baa Franclaeo, CaL .... ft (4
?aooma. Wash. T4 ' . 14
onopah, Nev. ........ t4 : tt
Washington, D. C l TO
Tuma, Aria tt Tt
PETETTK Wednesday, July t, ltOT,
Mrs. Nellls Ieyette. wlfa of Chaa.
Jeyette of inflammatory and acute
rheumatism, jvunerai from raaldenoe.
Ijjjinn w.. iv bciock a. m. rnaay
Keep your eye posted
on The Journal help
ted male column if
rem wisn - xo eet in
right." New opportuni
ties there every-: day.
Arthur P. Strafford, Ban Franclseo,
l; Wlnnlfred J. Bpwic.r is.
. Auattn Orur.be. It; Vllldred Blren, II.
W. B. Orlffla, 17; Mac W. Anterson,
Laon D. Calkina, il
E3ward Ba.b.. WoofiUad. Wash., SO
Vra. riftra 5,'uII.r. S3.
W.dJins Crda. W. O. gmlth A Co.
Wa.hlnston bldg eoraar 4th and Wash-
Initton st. ... , -
Wedding cards the beat, ISO for IS.
Alvin d. i-iaw. iv ia at.
7ons.th A Co.. flortsta. far flow.ra af
an sings, ii tin ,
' Claras tiros., Vlorlsta Fine flower
ana norai oesigna; lit Morrison at.
Full dress suits for rent, all aUes.
uniqu. -raiionng Co., tot Btark St.
BPBOTJR Julv IT. to Mr. and Mra.
Peter Spegur, 111 Bast Twelfth street
riortn. a son.
RAUER July 1. to Mr. and Mra.
Oeorge Bauer, III Mallory avenue, a
ROB LIN July It. to Mr. and Mrs.
Wllbsrt R. Roblln. lit Harrison
street, a son. "
M FARLAND July It, to ' Mr. and
Mrs. Walter A. MtFarland, 4H Knott
street, a son.
rOLLETT Julv IT. to Vr. and Mra.
La Robert Follett, lit Columbia
street, a daughter.
FRITZ July IT. to Mr. and Mrs. John
a Frits. 114 North; Fifteenth street.
GERARD July 11. to Mr. .and Mrs.
N.11 Oerard. Seattle, t 8t Vincent's
hospital, a eon. . '.- '
THOMAS July 10, to Mr. and Mr. R.
H. Thomas, 111 Division street, a
daughter. - -'
TAIT July IT. t Mr. and Mrs. Neill
A. Tatt, til Beventh street, a son.
TEI.I.irfiON Julr 11. to Mr. and Mrs.
George O. Tel 11 sum, Wilbur, Wash.,
FREER July 10r to .Mr. and Mrs.
cnariea H. jrraer, si juvprstt sireew
KERR July If, to Mr. and Mrs. Frank
R. Kerr, tBI ecnuyier street, s son.
Otirtk Jul (. to Mr. and Mra. JoaeDh
QUIRK July I. to Mr. And Mra. Joseph
HTTLT Julr 14. Oscar B. Rult aged ft
years, Pendleton, Or., at Bt Vlnoont'S
hospttaf: acuta nephritis.
CARLSON July 14, Mabel Lenor Carl
son, aged 4 months ana 14 oays, ivtt
f ront aurect; sarcoma or cianeya.
ONES July tt, Stephen Jones, at Bt
Vincent's hoaoltal: rraotared skull.
HARRIS July It. Harry Harris aged
about II yeara. East Sixth M4 Mor
rison streets: heart failure.
CARPENTER July tl, John Carpen
ter, aged 10 years I months and 14
days, 108 4 Union avenue; , septicaemia
PARR July - tl.4- Mr. Penfl AMeraon
Parr, aged IT yeara And 4 months.
1014 East Washington ' street; starva
tion, supennauaeg DT pregnancy.
j i, vene
Levy, aged 'II
HOFFMAN July tt, Mrs. Msrlha J.
Hoffman, agd II years, 1 mcnth and
t day. 46 East Tenth sUeet; . heart
REK8 Jn'.y It, Mrs. Clara, A. Reas,
- aged tt years t months and II days,
III Larrabaa street; tuberotilar menin
gitis. FLAHERTTfnly . Adrian F. Flsh
ertv. aaed II yeara I months and 11
days, lit North Twenty-first st; acci
dental drowning. '
SETT LBMEIER July It, Oeorga M.
Settlemeler, aged It years I months
and It days, 141 East Davis street; per
CLODFELTER July 10, Noh 0. Clod-
letier, agea 4 years i inouia aau a
days, Independence, Or., at Oood fia
marttaa kospUalt shock from pe ra
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Point View Real Estate company
to Anton Peterson, lots itt, j a,
block 14. Point View..... I
Point view Real Estate company
to Mllla Peterson, lots II. 14. -
Dioeg e, rwi Tnw ii
M. M. Buckley to J. W, BucWoyr
lots c. i, s, piocs 41. renin
sular addition No. 1....
Charles and Rosa Paters" Ptt&r
M. Bueauey, half interest in
Jots t, 1. I, I. block it. Penin
sular addition No.-1..... ....
Real Estate Investment associa
tion ts Charlaa H. and Mattia
M. English, lots 1, I, block 14,
town of Bellwo4. ........... .
W, H. Robert, at al. to Emma 8.
jacusoa, lot I, block 11, jono
IrvlnCa First Addition........'
Edith C. and S. C. Bowles to
Charles W. and Walter A. Staf
ford, lots L 1. block tl. .Pied
Hugo and Minnie Krteger te Gott
lieb Koth, lots II, 14, block a.
Williams Avenue addition
J, T. Leonard at aL to Olds. Wort-
man at King, iota i, z, diock
IK Vmmt Tnln.
Minnie Hanra and J. Wbyto
evans to Bene m wnimey. lot
10. bloek II, WUJamette
Helghta. . , .. . ,
L. and Jessta O. Hartmaa to
Belle NT. Whitney, lot 10, block
11. Willamette Heta-hts
Dexter and Effla Obrlet to Allen
A. Miller, lot i. mock ' Jx."
William B. snd Fannie Haubidgo
to unaries ii. uiocasom, lots 4,
I. block "C." Portsmouth Villa ;
Arleta Land company t Charles
U. and Jennie Williamson,, lots
1. A block I. Lester Park. . . .
William D. and Sarah E. Walsh
to 8- E. Mosea, lot 4. block It,
Orlsrinal Townalte of Alblna..
Oscar Clark to Margaret Gardner,
lot It, block II Tremont Place -Security
Abatraot A Trust com
pany to jonn Stewart, iota l.
17, block 101. Rose City Park. .
E. Scruras at aL to C. O. '
Paine, lota IT. II. It. 10, block
Portland " Realty sV Trust com.
pany o simon Miliar, in
block 0. Iurelwood Park
iller, lot 10,
Margaret O. Stowell to F. C.
oortler. lot t, block I, Wil
liams Avenue addition
May E. Swlgert to Mary Dengel,
tot 4, block l, subdivision of
Tract "K " M. Patton tract...
May B. Swlgert to Henry J. Dea-
gei. lot I, oiocK l, subdivision
of block "K." it. Patton tract.
Arleta Land company to Lewis
M. Mltk worth, lots tt, 10. block
4. Arlata Park No. 1
William Dftnbolm (trustee) to
Oeorg W, Holcemb Jr., lota
I. I, . 10, block I, Third Elec
trlo addition to East Portland.
P. A. and Mlanla B. Knaoo to
Aiiztus wusoa, lot 11. block 1.
Louis P. Bene and William and
S eirna a. jsaiiis - to - i. vaa
uyn, 10x100 feet, beginning at
poui in tne norm line or
block II, Goldsmith's addition,
100 feet eaat from the north- :
west corner ...
Prank Bchleget (trustee) to
Charles M. Rosa, lot 10 Anna
J. H. and Ada Hecker to O. W.
and Nancy M. Rlggs, lot t, 4,
bloek I, Diana Park, la section
10, township 1 south, rang I .
Aba Hankie to Oeorge W. Henkle,
ail oi east nan or part or u.
L. C of Robert Oray and Sarah
Ana Orav...... ,
Mary 8. and F. H. West to J. J.
Moran, 40X100 reet. beginning
at a point on south Una of eaat
Alder street, 110 feet east from
the point of Intersection of the .
east lino of Eaat Twelfth,
Hudson R. and Katharine P Nel-
aon to Mary E. Turnbull, lots
I. 7, block It, Fuerere addition ,
t East Portland
Oeorge C. and Urar. T. Bamfard
to Davia u. and Clara af. Btev-,
en son. undivided one fifteenth
interest In the following: The
south feet of lot 1 and north
It fet of lot t. bloek lit.
Stephens' - addition to Eaat
H. and Mtnnla Hnala to. W. 1.
Patlon. lot t. block t. Oarrt
foot oubdjTUloo to tao cit,4
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Betsy and Oeorga Bam ford to
David O. Stevenson and Clara
M. Stevenson, the undivided
four fifteenths of the south I
feet of lot 1. -sd the north Tl
feet of lot . block , 111.
,' Stephens ' addition, to . ,
FOR ABrif RACT4. ' Tif LS " 'fij'SCfST
sace or mortgage loane, call on Paclfis
Title A Truet Co., E04-.-S-T railing omg.
H st v TAT f& Tn S"0 RAN"CEIN bXlv
stracta to real estate from the Title
Guarantee Trust Co, 140 waamngton
at., or. id.
NOTICE B T MOTION PULT MADE,
Annmled and carried the board of
directors of tha Farmers' Flra Relief
association, of Buttavllle.. Oregon, at a
meeting held July It. 1807. decided that
tha Interests of this association can
ht ha served by aDDOlntlng one gen.
era! soliciting agent for each county In
this valley. For that purpose tha board
of directors will receive applications
from persons, desiring to act In that
capacity at the next meeting, Saturday,
August, 10. 1007. - Tha board reaervea
the right to reject any or all applica
tions. Address tha secretary, Henry
L. Benta, Aurora, Oregon.
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST OPEN-FACE OUN METAL
watch, monogram "B. B. N." ..Reward.
T01 Chamber of Commerce.
HELP WANTED MALE
WANTED FIRST-CLASS SALESMAN
to aell high-grade proposition; liberal
compensation. 100 Buchanan bldg.
BOT OF'If FOR't-RtlT AND POTJC
trr ranch, near city, inquire Of J.
Richards, with Cloaset D.v.rs, cornsr
Front ana Ankeny.
WANTED' PORTER AND CHAMBER.
. maid; man and wlfa preferred. Dewey
house, Jtt N. Id; -beet wares. j
HELP W ANTED FEMALE
, UPMAK. WOLFE Sk CO. -
Lipman, Wolfe Ac On, requrra sales
women for permanent positions; prefer
ably experienoeo. , Apply to supenn
tandont :., .. ,"'..';'', '
WANlEJLADlXta To TEaCII m. E.
Chlnesa. tnlaalon avanlna sohool at
I4TH Stark st. Apply T:0 p. m. pbons
Main 1714. ' -
WANtED-OiRLd. t6 w6Rk Iri ICE
cream and fruit
B. Morrison Bt.
Wanted touNi Libf 1
floe work, addressing.
at once Private Ex. Is.
Vr 1 t.firr, l,ifiiff V
eneed eeoond girl; flrst-cls.es private
family; wagea 125. 130H
WANTED TWO HELPERS IN THE
hardcoods department. Modern Con
fection ry Co.. 18th and Hoyt sta.
WANTED 1 WRAPPERS. PACKERS.
. The Modern "-Confectionery Co lath.
and Hoyt sta. "
SITUATIONS WANTED MALE
WANTED POSITION AS CITT
salesman: know city thoroughly: ei
drive. F-4il, Journal.
MALE AND FEMALE HELP.
WANTED MAN OR MAN AND WIFE
for dairy and stock farm at Lons
iteaon; a gooa home lor tne right per
sons. Appir at onoe. 4 hi wiuiama sve.
WANTED TO REN i.
WANTED ROOMS AND BOARD FOR
brotuer and alater attendlnar bualneaa
college. Must be within walking dis
tance. Address E-411. Journal, and stats
terms and accommodations.
PARTY OWNINO 11 ACRES AT KEN-
nswlrlr: - Wun.: under - Northern - Pa
etfle ditch, "wishes to borrow from 110
to 1500 for I to t yeara with which to
improve same wun rruii trees, grapes,
etc; Address R-421, Journal. -'
FOR RENT HOUSEKEEPI-VO.
lights, phone, II a weak up. r 101V4
rooms; heat, light, bath and phona;
walking distance. 171 N. 17th at
NICELT FURNISHED HOUSEKEEP-Ing-rooms.
tt N. 11th St.
bNE LARGE ROOM, Fl)RNiSHED F6fi
nouaeaeeping, til montn; no children,
Address 410 Ford st
tW6 Ft-RktSHED H6t'8EKtPiNJG
rater. 116 Clay at..oor. Ind.
FOR RENT HOUSES-
FOR RENT 4-ht-OM HOt'SE. TWO
acres, ill month. Phone Pacific lit.
MODERN T-ROOM HOUSE IN SELL
wood; 1 block from carline; tit. Phona
FOR RENT 4-R60M kbUSE. ' FTJr
nlshed or psrtly furnished. Call lit
14th st. or phons Pacific 1061.
I ! i - i ' " , III SB
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
I, BOUGHT TWO LOTS CHEAP. BUT
on account of sickness can't complete
5 ay men ta; muat sell Immediately. G-42,
FOR 8AlJiL0&. KkciUK(3a FOR
amall ranch, or as payment on larger
one, 140x100 on State at, Salem; t-room
house, good well, fruit, etc. Price 1,
000; Incumbrance 1600. til E. 11th st
porth. phona Woodlawn lit.
FOR SALE FARMS.
FARMS THAT WILL CHARM TOU TO
MAKE TOU RICH TO BUT THEM.
1.180 acrea. aujeinlnar countv seat in
one of the best grain counties In the
state; all fenced and In cultivation, ex
cept 40 acres; very handsome 1 l-room
residence, commanding position, over
looking th town and valley; good
room tenement-nouee, nns stock barn,
good .toolshedV and machine ahop, good
over t, 000; grain crop last year yield
ed over 10.000 busbsls from 400 seres
and will yield double that from 100 acrea
tnia year, rnoe per acre, inciuain
stock and machinery; crop are vaiue.
tl acrea. near tb Claekamaa. II miles
city; all fenced, nearly all In cultiva
tion; comfortable bulldlnga, living w
ter. choice fruit: crone will ratal! at
about 15.00V. rrice 47,000.
100 acrea In the mldat of on4f of Ore
gon's richest valleys. U mil station:
all fenced; 10 acrea cultivated. II acres
bottom land pasture. 40 acres good tim
ber, balance brush .land pasture; good
-room house, nlca new barn and other
necessary farm buildings; nne trout
stream through th place, a number of
good springs; also wen water: crops
yield this year over 11.000; will wager
tha soil againat anything In tha stats
for fertility n and guarantee this ; the
best farm bargain you will ever And.
Price Includes 1700 worth of feed, stock
and Implements 11.000.
-4 sores, handsome bulldlnga; .the
moat beautiful country home that can
be found anywhere wfthlo II miles of
city; rich soil, good crops 14.100,
16 seres, on railway atation. all In
cultivation; good building;. . 10 mllea
ut 14 600. .
l-scre place, nicely Improved, adjoin
ing Montavlllai l-room coUage, good
toultry-house and yard; I acrea straw,
errles, 1 acre raspberries, 10 cherry
trees, tl ana's trees, la fins condition.
If sold quick, 14.000 buys it. -
. THJB DL'NN-LAWKE.NCB CO- . . .
. , , ..-i4fi...j-uk .w !7.:.. ,
FOR BALE FARMS.
14,100 BUTS 104 ACRES FINE LAND,
If acrea under fine . stale of
. cultivation. 7 acrea In orchard
of assorted fruit In full bear-
- tag, II aeree good timber, largo
. -. .... .-bara filled with hay, I cows,
. , , , , 1 heifer. 14 aheep, 4 hogs, new
f'.ow, wagon, mower, rslta, fine
earn worth $00; 11 xnl!a frora
. , . thla city and 4 miles from river
and railroad town: mile from
. school, and ehuroh on plaoe; 1
..... "ood w11"'
1 1.1 60 Buys tl acrea of fine land, tl
acrea under fine state of eul
V ttvatlon; nlca family orchard
of assorted fruits in full bear-
Ing, good four-room houaa, nloe
barn. 16 to 10 tons fin hay, and
an otner orops go with place;
mile from church and school.
. . 1 W miles to railroad town and
' I mllea from this city on fine
IJ.I00 Buys It acres of good land, t
mllea from Vancouver and 1 mile
. to country town, all cleared,
fenced and cross-fenced, good
T-room house, barn, woodshed
. and air outbuildings; 100 yards
rrom good graded school on a
ood rod and In A fine neigh
arhood; good team, wagon, har
r -r-'- - n.ss, rubber-tired buggy, new;
cow, plow, cultivator, barrow,
saws, wedges, axea and avery
ting that la uaed an farm; a
I1.IB0 Buva Itt aorta nne mile from
Vancouver, 6tt acres under cul
tivation, fine family orchard of
assorted I rult s. fair 4-roetn
. t houaa, barn, woodshed and all
other outbuilding; city water
and living atream through
. place; lto yards from platting
part of tha olty. A aloe home
and a snap at tits price; lnvestl-
11,100 Buys It acres af fine land I
miles from this city and 1 mile
to country town; to acres nnder
. fine state af cultivation, bal-
ia xina paature; good
family, orchard of assorted
fni 1 tm mm I.,m k. , ia.ia.
fin houaa, And all other out'
... Dunainga.. good well and run
ning stream on a good road and
In a fine neighborhood; a .fins
' : home.
.If yon dont sea what yon want
- - la the above write or can en
. we can suit you and, save
Kh and Main Bts., Vancouver. Wash.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
I-HOR8EPOWER UPRIGHT ENGINE
for sale, also T-horsepower donkey
boiler, cheap. J. C. Bayer. 161 Id at.
DARTER AND EXCHANGE."
110 ACRES 4 MILES FROM KLAMATH
raus, part timber, for city property.
Address B-421, Journal. r
FOR SALE LIVESTOCK.
FOR SALE 0-TBAR-OLD BAT MARE;
t gentle; nne ror delivery, itl E. 17th.
i FRESH COWS, SALE" 6ft TRADE.
V vv a. KAaV4AM WA) al
141 Ev Madison aL
l&cretary CJortelyon Has Ap-
pointed Miss Kelly to the .
Position of Adjuster. ;
. Uesraal SpecUt Servlet.)
Washington. ' July II. Secretary Cor-
telyou has followed th rule laid down
by ths lata General "Spinner, - former
treasurer of tb United States, that
when a woman employ af th sovern-
m.nt renders-tha same s.rrloe as a man
he Should " nave equal compensation.
The case on which tha aeoretary passed
Is that of Miss Margaret V. Kelly, who
for more than a year haa bean perform
ing tha duties of adjuster of accounts
for the director of the mint, an office
formerly rilled by a man who drew a
salary of 1 2,000 a year.
George E. Roberta juat before quitting
the office of director of the mint rec
ommended an advance In Miss Kelly's
salary. She haa been receiving 11.400
a year aa a classified employ of th
civil service, and Secretary Cortelyou
said aa aha had been satisfactorily per
forming tha duties of a 12,000 posi
tion aha should have tb salary, and he
appointed her adjuster.
HELL LOOKS OVER ; 1
Site" May Bo Choexri Down River If
Astoria's Topoejraphy Is Too
fapedal Dtapatea ts Tto IvarsaL)
Astoria. Or, July II. Louis J. RU1,
president ef th Great Northern Rail
road company, during his visit to As
toria yesterday' lnapected the jetty and
examined conditions at the mouth of
the river. President Hill waa accom
panied by Mr. Nutt
Mr. Hill stated It was necessary to
have large terminals here and that If
ths ground In front of Astoria proper la
too billy and too much filling Is neces
sary the termlnua will have! to be built
flown the river, probably between War
ren ton ana rort mevena. Mr. Mill re
gretted he could not accept an Invita
tion to taxs an automobile trip through
th olty. but stated he would be her
again In a short time and certainly
mingi with tna business men. or As
toria and do everything In his power to
mak Astoria one ef the sreateat ahln.
ping ports on tha Paclflo ooaat
Manager Whyte, of tha ohambar of
commerce, met the party and went ovar
tna terminal aetaua witn tasm. .
straw . hat bargains. Robin-
son A Co.-
AT THE THEATRES
For Benaflt of Streetcar Men.
Employe ef the streetcar company
Will have a benefit at the Oaks on Aa
gust t. They -will be given a certain per
cent of the receipts on that-day and one
f the biggest crowds of ths season la
xpected at the park. The streetcar men
spent nearly 11,000 In defraying tha ex
penses ef tne motorman who waa mur
dered by a highwayman recently. Half
of that sum wss given t the wldswed
mother ef the motorman. - The carmen
are selling tickets for the event. .
Crowds Witness "Magda" Production
Tha Marquam has been crowded this
week during th production ef "Magda."
th wonderful Budermann play in which
Mlaa Nance O'Nell has scored such a
tremendous suc.esa There are few
f laya that have won suoh popularity ae
his Sudermann play. Jt la undoubtedly
Mlaa O Nell'a . greatest - effort Me
Kee Rankin la also doing a remarkable
piece of acting In this play. Thar will
be a matinee Saturday. , -
- Seat Sale Opens Tomorrow.
' The Attraction at the Hslllg theatre
next Sunday night will be the Dandy
Dixie minstrels, a big company of col
ored performers under the dlreetion ef
Voelckel A Nolan, proprietor and man-
A4M . X Ua WOUd-XeMADuA JaUACk JPbtU
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' Th human body Is most wonderfully And perfectly constructed. Each part Is built
equal to Its task. Unlssa ovsrburdened or attacked by disease, no organ falters. Nature
Intended that every man should live All his years A perfect .man. lew men do. Most
tnenean. maiks mlatakes. Soma make ' mistakes in youth. Others make mlatak.o
after they have grown to bo men. Still others ar merely unfortunate. Practically all
dlaeaeea and disorder ar th result of mistakes or misfortune.
- Tha problem of living a perfect man la simple. Undo the Injury that mistakes or
misfortune have wrought Then avoid both live as nature built you to live,
' 1 I do-iot know how many thousands ef men I have treated. 'I have been specialist
In men's diseases for seventeen yeara. During most of these years my practice haa
..been the largest of its kind upon the Paclflo coast During the several yeara Just past
It has been fully double that of any other specialist in the west treating men's diseases.:
I bava met with but few Incurable cases. I have failed to cure in atlll fewer cass.
In" recent yeara I have failed In none. This la because I attempt to cure only those
. . & . - m i J . . a n .1 mw KMrtMiM K . a M,ra. T W v KAm
able to determine curable and Incurable cases with certainty. It ia also
skill In curing has grown and my metnoas or irwrnni nave oesn pexiecteo.
' Tha following mention of allmenta that coma thrpuah mistakes and mlafortuna Is
necessarily brief. I will gladly explain them further and. tell of my original, scientific
and carta's methods of treating tham to all who will. all or write. .
I Am Always Willing to Walt for iMy tf Until a Core b gffacted
: ' Ho matter In what form those functional derange
ments commonly termed "weakness", may ppar, the
cauaatlve condlttona are. In fally IB per cent of th
cases, vary slmUar. I hay given theoloaeat Peatble
study, to this remarkable prevalent ailment and find
that In practically avery case of preraatureneae, eta.
there xjt at aoma vital point of the pelvio system
a state of chronic tenderness. Inflammation or conges
tion. My first step is a thorough examination tor ascer
tain tha ex sat location and nature of tha disorder, after
whloh, by a system of carefully dlreoted local treat
Bient I reatore the affected part to tte normal con
dition, whloh promptly results An full and complete re.
turn of power. In perhaps leas than I per cent of the
eases do I find general impoverishment lack of nervous
energy or any other condition or complication requiring
constitutional treatment. Therefore, I may aafely aa-
sort that not more than jone case In fifty can be per
manently benefited by tb use of tonics, stlmulante,
electrical or mechanical appliances, and that . fully
forty-nine cases in 60 will be aggravated by such
methods of treatment : rT " T"" -t-"-
. Mr curse are positive, eomplote, thorough and per
manent because by my method the real and only cause
of the functional weakness Is totally removed. The
knowledge gained , by close" study and observation in
thousands of cases enables me to recognise the exact
requirements snd - treat accordingly, - and In years,.
have not failed In a single Instance to accomplish ths
'desired result, :.
' - . Varicocele affects tha veins ef the spermatic cord,
in averaa; of ona man In four suffers from this
affliction. The muscular walls of the veins weaken
and relax, the valves cease to perform their functions
and looal stagnation of the blood ensues. The first
evidence ef varicocele Is usually a thickening, dilating,
knotting and twisting of the veins on one or both sides,
most frequently upon the left side, often acoompanled
by pains In ths back, lege, thtgha or chest, and a sense
of dragging In the groin. Owing to the Impaired cir
culation, a wasting away of the organs, accompanied
by partial or complete loaa of power, almost without
exception follows In sever eases where treatment Is
. -V ,
THE M. TAYLOR. CO.
very r f th
disease and stapei -the
Oeres every nHns
f Man s Beast
that a need, keae
Unhaant aaa eer.
. ."s' "e veaaerral
MAIVCL WhlrliM &arev
Tassew 'vw e
If k cannot aaialT the
UKIIL, aoe.pt a.
UlMaBt4 kaek m
fall saruealara aa4
Valuable elada, MlKVtl CX.
veosAaix'otAkAi to. In
mm in . aAuavasw
Troubadors. Beat sale opens tomorrow
morning, cppuiar prices wui prevail.
"Maa'a '"EBemy."'; ,V':",
For Interest and novel attuatlona.
Man's Enemy" Is ens of th real plays
Of th season. This la tha attrullai
st the Star thla Weak and tha nlv haa
ymn mumi tne uriMi una ei a ait.
If hits are to be Judged front th slse
ot tne euaiences.
Nothing but successful acts are found
on the program at tha Grand, The bill
la beaded by 'Picking a WJjlner a
racetrack playlet which hss A laugh In
every Una There to a dos and eat
ehow which la making a bid for favor
with the youngsters. ,
', Tvlioe Your
Tonight tha Allen atock company will
repeat Us phenomenal success In pre-'
sent Ing oae f the greeteet laughing
ahows of the Age. "Whoso Bahv Are
Your it la A continuous scream ef
laughter frvrn start to finish eM ne
ene sees it without declaring It te be
Juat lb fight snow. ,
fall te have a damaging influence upon the
involved, as well
sty special practice also tnolndea
SJajUitrnga. . flu.ln . fin.l.i
esecnpuon vr m.ir sympioma, ana ineir Miters
receive my prompt and careful attention. Ail
saltation strfotly confidential. .
azoosTs aitd MOBBxao RaaiTi, roanan, oniof.
PrlvaO Xntranee asiH atosrlsom SUeeO.
The common practice) Is to pre
scribe stimulating drugs la ease of
vital weakness, without regard to
the cauee of the trouble. Every
patient should understand that tha
effect ef such treatment Is net only
temporary but Injurious. Every
oaa of weakneaa has some local con
dition which muat be removed and
cured before power Is restored.
Nearly all ef our applicants In
treatment tell the story of their ex
perience with stomach drugging, etc..
which have always failed. We have
given twenty-seven years to ths
study and treatment of the local
eondlrkma which are th direst cause
of vital weakness. With twenty
Seven years in Portland, the older
readers ef the papers realise that
advertising have bee - continually
copied by othera; thla we cannot pre
vent, but to those seeking reliable
end successful treatment wa wish
to say our mode of examination,
. diagnosis, treatment and cures are
In our own keeping and cannot be
copied. Caaee of weakness which we
. treat are Invariably cured by finding
and removing th local disturbing
causa by sclentlfls local treatment. ,
Established 38 Yaara In Portland
. ; We make no charse for a friendly italk or eorrespondeme Come o
ua In ths strictest confidence. We havel been exclusively treating special
disease ef men for yeara. Nothing science can devise or money cart
buy Is lacking ta cur office equipment We will uae you honestly, treat
Sou skillfully and rectors you to health la the shortest time with the least
lacomfart and expense. If you cannot oaU, write for symptom bii-aka
ST. LOUIS M&r .DISPEWSAnY
eoiro aacoaTO at taicbxh. iruiTt, poxtzuVjtp, omsoov.
ona, at A . 0
ucsi service, lowcsi tnarcss. Cnrcs Casr.stcci
Who sre affllotJ with NERVOVS PEPTLITT or swiitts
Strencth. commonlv called -tft-r w.CvA.'- I .
Drains. Pimple Lam.
Kidneys. Highly colored Urine. Impotenoy DMi.nv rtl
Ing Memsry. Loss ef AmbltKTn Menu" WorrVlaul'Vrf I.
IkiV:" 'cressruj aad Conscientious Service. .,s-
VWy Caa or wvtta ta. T. At. tTXc. itl rirst 9, Poc4, ft.
a vw v . m r-m
because vny S
torn. TA-rao '
Th leading apaaoallst.
even slightly developed ess
aa udob tha aeneral health. Safety
Is a disease that Inoreasea In severity the longer It Is
In all Instances demanda A prompt cure, for varlcooele
I cure varicocele without pain and without de
taining the patient- from buelneaa, ' I hav cured ever
two thousand cases without -A single failure or tiw
pleasant result My treatment Is original and bag -been
developed through seventeen yesrs ef practical ,
experience. It restore the .lost tone snd elaetlotty .
to the 'weakened and dilated blood vessel, which re
sults In normal circulation and reestablishes - the
natural processes Of .waste and repair toreughewt the
vital system. . v ... ,, , .., . ,.
Oeate gteaa. BleeA
SebOlvy and en Keflex S lira
Consultation Frco l
To men whose years are being lived In physical
Imperfection as a result of mistakes or mleVorteeej
whose lives sre leas than fall and perfeet lives ao4
who yearn te be tb men that nature meant then
to be, I extend an earnest sad sympathtlo offer o
consultation and advice. My experience among men)
and la treating men's diseases plaoe me in a poet tto a
to be helpful to you. In eoneulting me you will be
asked no foolish snd embarrassing questions. All la
formation given you wilt bava a direct snd vftat
bearing. If your Symptoms are of no consequence I
will tell, you so. If treatment la needed 1 will tell
Sou -Its cost and the time that will la all probability
required' to effect a complete euro. If I feel any
doubt aa to mr ability to cure you, I wilt not take
your ease at all. I will not urge my services vpon
you. If you see fit to place your caae In my care,
every - promise I make ahall be fulfilled. If yon do
no, you will be welcome to the Information and rus
gestlons given, and will be invited, to oall for further
consultation absolutely free st any time. -
Those finding tt inconvenient op Impossible to call
In person are at liberty to write a full and complete
Bores, Uloeie, Tarlooaele. Mr
eelo. sTesvens BeaUlxy. PDes aad
Chrenla Dtsaasss of the BUaaeya
Aa o taisasi Oar larga p.ae
ttae eatables us to ens tor leaa
money than the avwraere so sali.it
svsstaHses ssd pwa see She re
suits before yon ere required so
paw as. sTnease, seasnlsaiMsaa
work speaks fos Itself, yvatesia
era, Jealome ef eeur sues sea, try
te belittle as because on fee la
small. lent Intelligent asen ase ss
laflaeneed by their argumen .
We ask any aaa saffertna frees
aay disease w. treat to cell eaA
see as.. Man eases aruppeeeaiy
laourable are often the reealt ef
poor treatment, aaul wheaa uu
4s such aa we asaploy are 4Uret
d toward the eaaee. aaA wlUt
ana preper attention to peas
yo aaa be eued.
Our method ot treating stito.
tnre Is painless and permaneat,
free from cutting, always suc
cessful. Ws do away with the
stricture with a simple method
Cf absorption by local application
which leaves the Issues In tholr
original normal condition. We '
make tha cure complete and per
manent A IND
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Back. iSfistrMo. of Vh- t.T.JrJt'L.f
' w or- i
Q Aludy. alaalaese. Pleasure
.rate aad -'n'.
- raj vos CLtuna "a