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the oni:con daily jou:;:;au, roiiTLAND, Tuesday evening, july z uor.
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BY STICK IVORK
Better Batting Responsible
ior ueavers capturing
Last Week's Scries.
-; -" ' i ; ' ,
" IN FIELDING ALSO
Donahaa Leads In Battlnff With a
v Percentage) o' .881 CiMejr , and
McCredln Not Far Behind and no
Regular Player Batting Below .200
' Better batting and better fielding, but
"r.ui (or Portland's eoaat leaguers tak-
flng (our out of six of last week's garna
' , from tta top-notcb.ers la the percentage
column.? - . r.
Three of tha regular players and two
of the pitchers batted above .100 and
'."' not on of the regular players batted
belOW .100, ....'-.- ft i-; " .,-.-;;..-- ,fji
'. Donahue leads the' Beaver bunch for
Xlba pant -week with eight hit out of tl
. time at bat, an average of .181. which
la exceedingly .large. Casey and Mo-
Cradle are net far behind, with averages
of ..l0rand .4, respectively. Casey
Is always a fair batter, but seldom a
top-notch batter. . Lest week be did
- himself proud In the hitting line.-
Fay stands loweat among the regular
fielders with .100 and- Atherton jiext
with .117. The flgurea -as made out
from the official acore carda are aa fol-
Plaver. - .At Bat. - Hits, Aver.
Xirtniln .......... S
. Mott .....SO
Lovett ,,........ -IT
. Baeaey ..............Si
Atherton ....... ...IS
KlnMlla. . ..........
Porkorney .......... 1
-:: Wrnnlt v. i .
The outfielders have all played their
position perfectly during the paat week
1 and a marked . Improvement haa been
evident on the Infield, Mott especially
t haa picked up In hie fielding, aa well
A aa in his batting. Prone to make wild
throws at critical points, last week
How hurled away but once. Fay, who
worked at short for five games, ever
sired up much better than Schtmpf f.
. both in the field and at the bat,. Last
week was Fay's beat In coast Itague
company.. ' .
The one fielder who was off hla game
was Casey.' Casey often plays a whole
week and handles SS or 40 chances with-
ut-an-error.- Last week ha made five
and his average consequsntly drops low-
?st of -the four tnftelders. --Atherton's
ieldlng-ls somewhat ' better than It
, was. . ' - -
Avetagea ?ar ' made out of the nine
players who-worked -In the field during
the week. ' Donahuo played cenUr In
Slaee of Lovett one day and his reaord
i taken for this day In eonsequenca.
Vnllntn Is ths .reoora:
Plaver. :.. .-.-.-l' 'P.O. . A., B.
Beeey yiiuUio' iti lis-
' Donahue- -ij...... 4
Atherton ....... -JJ
Fay ............ 11
Mott ,.v.y....... j
Caaey . . . i ..14
Bchlmpff . ...4...
5 . i
CABS EETURNINO SATUEDAY'S ENDURANCE BUN. '
No. 8 is L. N.i Oraonley't ' Sta vena-Duryea car and No. JO la J. B. Kelly'g Wlilte ateamer.
y-. .MOTOBD03I .
' TIIIBB WITH COLTS
(SoeciU Dispatch t The ?oraL
Forest 'Grove. Or., July 10. tn the
concluding game of the aerlea of tares
'. the Mckilnnville team drubbed the-Colts
mt this lv nnmerclfullr on the local
grounds 'Sunday before one' of the
.largest crowds of the season. The score
- was is -to -
- t was a asrve-racklna exhibition up
'to the sixth, with 1 and I chalked up
-to- oaehirwiiraiio" - aevwun,
with two men down, the visitors opened
h lnr lar. filled the bases and
- "Maud"' Holraaa pounded out a long
drive way over the -left fielder's head
for 'a noma run, Dnnging in in ins
other men. Five scores were made this
. Inntmr and the aama aot was repeated In
the elgltfh. ' .
. a wan and1 Roomer, both O. A. C. atU'
dents, put up brilliant ball In their re-
apective positions, third base and the
A. horns run. tnrea iwo-ascarers ana
rw tnree-Daaea are- oown ior -jaauo
krnan. ... - ... ...' .
Mif jntmnin, i"V ill. ....
3ulTs seriously spucea in- uie last
' nart of the same, out nut un orofes-
- slonai-wark during the entire perform
. ence. Over 100 rooters accompanied the
visitors and several hundred .dollars
'changed Tianda, Ths lineup: 1
Colts. -T rr- " McMInnvillo.
"nvls ........... .If ......... . Holman
Moore ........... .cf... .......... King
Getter ............c...... , Bodes
Wlrti ,.,...t....ir.... Fool
Koppls ...........as Terry
. B. Bchults .lb. . . ........ ...Olds
W. Bchults ........ab. ...... ...... 6 wan
Brltton ;....... .lb Carey
Kettles , , p.... ..J .... tlooper
v''KATIONAIi LEAGUE. -cll
' Won. liosk
Chicago.... . ............
' pituburr....... .BS
"TJew Tork.TTTtrr nm ?8t
: Philadelphia.. 4
Boaton.. t .! 7
l Cincinnati rr ., .So ,
St. Louis, ........... 11
At ChicagoChicago S, Brookln 1.1
. At Pittsburg Boaton . Pittsburg I.
At Bt. Louie New York 4. Bt Iouls S.
At Cincinnati Philadelphia t, Clncln-
. Mtl ! ;.'''.' " . ;.
...... - m ' ..-, -
. 't,' Amorican Leag-ua.
At BostOB--BOiton 4, Cleveland a. ..
.-. Day on Defeats Sheridan. . ,
v, tapMlst Dlettet te-The imiraaLt-
'-Dayton. Or., July 10. The Dayton
baaeball club won their second game of
the series "With the Yamhill . County
Amateur league from Bherldan Sunday
bv a score of S to 1.. Dayton and Carl
ton are now tied for first place, with a
- . 1AAA tA thAlv nraillt
' Batteries Dayton, Aaderann
Klook; Bherldan, Poet, Boydson
Brooks. "'( i - - ;';.''
Racing at Kalamaaoo.
llonnmt Knsdsl rvln.)
rTalamaaoo, Mich.. July 10. What
- . n k. th. Mmw.ut Mf.s IMMt.
'ing' ever held . in weetera . Mlahlgan
opened) today at Recreation park, to
continue through the remainder of the
week. Several score of e needy horses
ark quartered at the trark and every
event on the four days program la well
' rilled The stakes and purses o (tared
for the meeting amount to 111,009.. ..
Barney 01 df laid broka two world's
records for a half-mile track at Fargo,
North Dakota, yesterday. Ha want three
miles over the track In 1:11 and one
mile in 1:15.-
The two runabouts that finished the
A. A. A. tour with perfeot soores started
yesterday on a four-dar run to Cleve
land from New York to break the tie.
Specially constructed electrlo motor
trucks are being used by Wisconsin pea
canners for hauling their product to
market. Each truck hauls several tons
of peas at a time.
Aooordlng to the New York' law the
owner of a ear must register it - with
ma secretary or state,, but need not
take out a license to drive It if he em
ploys a licensed chauffeur.
J. 1 Bnow of Boaton, recently drove
a roadster to the top of Blue -hill, the
highest point of .land oathaAUuUo
coast of the United States, over a road
unusually steep and rough.
A seraT-weekly 'bus line Is to bo in
augurated between Philadelphia and
hiatorlo Valley Jorge, where Washing
ton prayed in tuns and where Senator
Knox now has his country home.
Soma of the first power-driven fire
engines In the world were made in New
England, as far back as In 1(74 and
lave, ana tnus antedated practically all
automobile Invention in all countries.
Btate Road Commlitlonar Hntrhlniu
Of New Jersey, who la charged with en
forcing the speed laws, recently was
held up by a rural constable, who
claimed he was speeding in the state's
- A Wa; express company has decided to
replace all its horse-drawn vehlclea in
Indianapolis with electricity trucke. A
Carage wnn a capacity or XI cars is be
g construoted to house the machines.
From Naw York ta r,n. rk.i.
Virginia, tn 1 hours and 10 minutes
was a new record established by Jerome
Alexandre. of the former olty, who low
ered Barney Oldfield's time by about
two hours, ...... . ..... ,
"A comDetltlon for instruments ri.
iirom w tnaicaca me-ruei consumption,
together with the speed of cars, is on In
France. A valuable prise la offered, to
say nothing of the free advartlein
which the winner will get.
Although but recently organised, the
Safe Boads Automobile association of
Boston already haa Investigated many
inatauoas of careleea driving, with the
result that th licenses of two motor
ists have been suspended for a time.
At a cost of (4,000 Calvin a Smith
and Mrs. Smith of Chicago, with a
chauffeur, recently completed a 4,000
mile tour of Europe without a aerlous
breakdown or a clash with ouatoms au
thorities. They uaed an American oar.
A new motor street sprinkler In uae
In Berlin does the work of two horse
drawn onea. Whereas the latter sprinkle
aurfaoe of a width of from 11 H feet,
the auto sprinklers . can cover SO feet
and aprinkia m mil of road with one
- The German army- now baa over -100
armored war automobiles, driven by a
corps of chauffeura choaen from the
most Intelligent memjf the army, The
machines are kept together and fre
quently maneuvered Ilka a aquadroa of
, A ahlpment of care that left a faotory
in Chicago on March 10 waa not re
ceived In San Franclaoo until nearly the
end of June, having been 110 dava on
the way. Tht la believed to be a record
for alow transportation across the continent.
In sharp contrast with tha refusal of
uovcrnor uugnes or New York to per
mit the uae of troops to protect specta
tors at the Vanderbllt oup race, over
(.000 soldiers were used to guard tha
coarse during tha recent Orand Prig
la France., . .. '
ZZZi. Semi-Prof ion aUTotefc 'ZHZ1Z
Eeuben ilunt and Partner
IWill Play at Tacoma and
. , Vancouver Tourneys.
, ; - (Jeeroal Ipeelal Servlee.) a,
8an Francisco, July 10. San iSran.
Cisco will be represented in the cham.
plonahlp tennis tournaments up north
this season as wall as In tha big com
petition for tha highest honors of
Jack Reiser haa purchased Turk, Jack
Olney and AI Lodefl from the Cubs. Tha
North Pacific's with Turk at short, Lodeil
on third. Fry at second and Johnnie
Helaer guarding the Initial sack have
an Infield that compares favorably with
any in tha league. Leo Havornioht
and Olney are leading twtrlers. Happy
Jack Helaer is trying to escape tha
hoodoo that la following the team and
If coin can do It ha will get rid of tha
Bar Henkle. tha three Moore's, Por
terrield. McKay. Smith of the Bt. Johns
Apostles and Miller of Kelso learned tha
rudiments of the gams at Columbia unl
veralty. Carlson, the Aatorla utility man, lifted
the ball for a homer with all the bases
occupied at the cannery town last Sun
day. Now tha fans are beginning to
notice him. -
Havernlcht and McBrlde. tha kid bat
tery of the North Pacifies, are ao small
that one almost needs tha use of a ml
oroecope to locate the battery. McBrlde
is hitting at a .111 clip and rounding
Into form- rapidly, Havernlcht usually
pitches a four-hit game Or better.
Ahern, McBrlde. Summers, Howard,
Stone and Anderson af the 'Wabash club
have been Invited to sign- with the Trl
City league but they prefer Independent
ball for thta summer.
. The Holladay addition ' club has
hanged uniforms and now are wearing
Ray Kennedy of tha Cuba is an en
thusiastic football player and Is a star
performer on the crack Bunker Hill
club's eleven. -.,.
Motor Cycle Endurance) Contest.
(Jnaraal Boerlal Berrlea.1 '
New York. July 10. A largo number
of motor cyclists started from this olty
today on a national endurance contest
of 17S miles. Tha objective point is
Providence, where the lannual meeting
of the Federation of American Motor
Cyclists is to be held Thuraday. The
route of the endurance run la by way
of - Poughkeepete, Springfield and Wor
cester. Hill climbing and eoonomy testa
are to form aa important feature of the
- Out of Beaten Tracks, a
There'a where the real values are
found in men's fttrnlahlnas. Robinson
Co. wlU a bow you. Washington.
Rauban Hun la nrertarlne- to leave for
Tacoma, where the northweat champion
ship tournament taxes piece, next wees.
Ha will atav in tha north 'for tha Inter
national, which la to be eheld in Van
couver, British Columbia, beginning Au
gust II. .
Hunt Intended to have Cart Gardner
6o with him to play in the doubles, but
lat expert left yesterday for Los
Angeles, and no other racket wlelder
has as yet been decided upon. But Hunt
will undoubtedly taka a doubles partner
along. - r
Oeora Buach. a member of tha Cal
ifornia club, won the Oregon state Cham-
nionsnip two years ago. since men no
local tennis man haa competed in the
northern tournevs. . -''"
Hunt should give a good account of
himself. He haa tn tha paat always
played a much stronger game on for
eign courts than as has st homo. When
he returned a few seasons back from a
very sucoesarul tour or tne eastern
states and had been ranked among the
first tea players In the country. Hunt
was expected to defeat the tennis cracks
In this part of the state with ease. But
he failed to handle his racket up to ex
pectations and was taken Into- camp
handily, . During the paat few months,
however. Hunt haa gradually returned
Into his old-time form and the tennis
players of tha northwest will find in him
a most formidable opponent.
OUTLAW LEAGUE MAY. .
INVADE THE SOUTH
(Jearaal Bpertal Btrvica.)
Los -Angelea. July 10. Local ball
players are dlsousslng the possibility
of the California state league enlarging
Its province and Including five towns
In southern California. A meeting of
tha league magnates haa been called, for
August SS in Ban Joae. which la to be
attended by local managera, and tha
matter of expansion to southern terri
tory decided. '.
- Los- Angeles. -San Diego, Bakerefleld,
Paaadena and Santa Barbara are the
towns now under consideration as mem
bers of tbe atate league. Thre also is
a posatblllty that the Tehachapl team,
which recently defeated Pasadena by the
score of ( to I, will Join.
. With the addition of tha southern
teams, the atato league probably will
become a twelvo-teara. organisation. The
local managers who are to attend tha
San Joae meeting next month, are A.
V. Tipton, of the Paaadenaa; R. F. Val
lin, for San Diego: Oscar Chaves, for
Santa Barbara, and M. A. Treoetl for
The state league now includes Stock
ton, San Joae, Alameda, Sacramento,
Oakland, and tha Cordovas, aad plays
Bunaay Bail. - . . .. .. ,
TJSTEKDATS . RACES.
Jit Brighton Bench.'
"M!ia and a 'atxteentn uruia wen,
Asora second. Tipping third. Tims 1:41.
Six furlongs Live Wire won. Ear la
Court ' seooad. Jubilee third. Time
1:11 l-S. -, . '-,',.
Six, furlongs Trouble Maker won,
Robin Hood eeoond. Big Ben third. Time
- The Glen Cove handicap, six furlongs
Bewail won; Botanlat seconds Bat
Maaterson third. Time 1:111-6.
Mile and a quarter Carthage won;
Cederstrom second; Sonoma Bella third.
Time 1:04 , -
Five and a half furlongs King Cobalt
won; Corncob second LHanst third. Time
v " - v 'V
' ';:. At Bntte. . ; . ;..
- Three-elrhths mile Katie : Gleason
won, J. Neat second. Lady Adelaide
inira. i inti v.ss . , .- .
Five and a half furlongs Tlnloek
won. King Thorpe second Harka third.
Flve-elahtha mile Ruatllnc Silk won.
Dick Shanley eeoond, Zeka Adams third.
lime i:u. . - ,
Three-fourtha mile Flra Away won,
Sponatreaa second. Trtnta third. Time
Mile and sixteenth Neva Welch won.
Mike Mulvanev . second. Lampadrome
third. Tims 1:11.
Mile Ed T Bherldan won, - Vinton
eeoond. Serenity third.- Time 1:47 1-1.
Five furlongs -Maid of Orleans won.
Sightly aecond. Roe H. third. , Time
Six furtonsa David Boland won. Dick
Wilson seoond. Canardo third. , Tine
llii i-i. , ' f.
- Five furlongs Goaalper won. Silver
Stocking seoond. Orace O, third. Time
s i a w as aj v wr wwaia aaiaaa evaajsi vvviiUf
Elota third. Time 1:41.
Mile and sixteenth Tarrlgan won, Or
ehan seoond. Buna third. Time 1:47 1-4.
Mile ana rirty yards legatee won,
Frist Peep second, Cholk Hedriok third.
Tims H4I... . ;
Onto, oratehee, Brnlsea, aTealed by .
"Tar a aooitioui strmaBOjr."
Druggists refund monev If I'fi. POR
TER a) ANTlsiXlU , U5ALINO OIL
tails, tie. . .
SWDOIEBS TO PLAY
FISH AT SAN DIEGO
f J" (Journal gseclar Serrlce.)
San Diego, July . 10. The. . queatlon
of tha relative endurance power of a
man as against the skill and strength
of a fisherman la to be Battled In a con
test between A. B.. Daniel a, a Denver
millionaire, who is stopping at Hotel
del Coronado, and F. Keisalg. a local
dealer in aporting gooda. The fisher
man, contends that he can land the hu
man flah within 10 minutes, using a S
thread Una 100 feet in length, and an
ordinary bass rod.
Tha human fiah Is to have 10 feet
free line and is at liberty to diva, double
and turn at will, or by swimming di
rectly away from the fisherman en
deavor to break the line. The Una la
to ba attached to the human flah by
means of a swivel and belt, ao aa in no
way to interfere with hla movements.
Ho may use every endeavor of strength
or skill, save the actual breaking of the
line with hla hands. , .
In tha east wtoere such contests have
been conducted,- the fishermen 'Invaria
bly have been victorious
SQUIBES WILL TBY .
TO BEDEEM HIMSELF
(Joarael Special SarvteO ' : '
: Los Angeles, July 10. Arrangements
have been completed between Billy De
laney, the former manager of Jim Jef
frlea, and Barney Reynolds, tha man
ager of B1U Bqulrea, whereby Delaney
will look after Squires hereafter. It Is
Delaaey'a- intention.' to match Squires
with Schreck or Johnson and than
foroa Burns to give him another chance.
Delaney in SDeaklna; of Saulraa said:
"That fellow ia going to aurprlse tha
American public yet. X don't think the
best man won on July 4, but aa Burns
took down the money, it would be un
becoming on my-part to belittle his
victory, ne won, ana no won nonestiy,
and yet I think Squlree can defeat htm
if they should meet again." . . ,
Squires will place himself under tha
care of the veteran trainer, and will
not go hack Id Auatralla until he has
redeemed himself in the eyes of tils
frisnds. - : ..
Circuit Meet at Cleveland. '
i 1 (Journal Bpedal Service.) '
Cleveland. Ohio. July SO. The track
at Olenvlile never looked better than- it
did today at tha opening of the grand
circuit race meeting under tha auaploea
of the Cleveland Driving Park com
pany, ah signs point, to one of tha
beet meetings In the hletory of the
club. The meeting is to laat four days.
Instead of Ave. as In previous years.
Four races are scheduled dally for three
days, while on Thursday five racee are
carded. -. -. .?
'it" McMlmiTille Wins Again. 1 r
McMlnnvilla anil Forest rsmva those
old baseball rivals, crossed bats again
on ine aiamona eunaay, a large crowd
being pranCMcLMiiinvUla won. IS
to I. . . '
TO SOUND CITIES
Project Apitated Here Being
Taken Up . by Hobilists
- on the Sound. -
' ' (Special Dispatch to The JoaroaL, ' '
Seattle, July SO. A combined move
ment la afoot on tha part ef automobile
enthusiasts In Tacoma and Seattle to
Improve the roads between Cbehalls and
Vancouver. Tha road from Seattle to
Chehalls are satisfactory to the mortor-
lsta, but from .the latter point to the
Columbia river they are declared impaa-
sable. In many places.
There are 660 automobiles in Seattle
and a large number In Tacoma, and near
ly 'all are enthusiastic over tno pros-
ect of making Sunday trips to Port
and. which they declare is almost Im
possible at present because of the con
dition of, the roads. It is believed that
wllh good roads between the Puget
sound cities and Portland' at least IS
or 10 automoblllat . a would taka the
ride to Portland every Sunday.
In order to Inaure aucoeas to tha
movement, tha matter will ba taken up
by motorists of the three cities with
the county authorities in the oountlss
where the road need Improving. Pres
sure will be brought to bear upon them
in such a way that they will make the
matter Of better roads a question of
prime Importance ' and carry, tha work
to an early, conclusion. . , ' , ;
; i (Joemai BpecUt Service.)
New Tork, July 10. 'If there Is any
athlete in training at the present time
who will establish a new world's mark
In tha 100--var1 daah thla vear it la R.
Cloughan, said Bernia Wafers, tha
noted sprinter and trainer of tha Irish-
American Athletto club.
- "Clour nan. who . has recently ' been
graduated . from Fordham collage, haa
anown great speed thla season while
representing the Irish-American Ath
letlo club," saya tha New Tork World.
Cloughan is a youngster)- only -10
years old. lie is a big fellow and has
the form of a arreat runner. He ia of
Ideal-build, deep-chested and has long
tegs, w si era predicts mat peroTO the
year has ended his charge will have
hung up a record of 1-4 for tha 100
yard dash, . , . . . j - . -. j . ,..
PORTLAND PLAYS LOS
' ANGELES THIS WEEK
'Portland and Los Angeles cross bats
this afternoon at Atheltlc park. Groom
will probably pitch for Portland and
Nagle for Los Angeles. Manager Berry
haa announced that hla two new pitch
era, Frank Arrelanea. lata of the San
Josa team of the California Btate league
and Randolph, formerly of the Oakland
Coast league club, would Join him soon.
If they arrive In. time the two teams
will play one or - more double-headers
before the end tf the week. -
Manager McCredle is anxiously await
ing word of a new shortstop which
Stouter . McBreen of the : : American
leeerna tiromlsed to send hint. McBreon
thought he could get Wagner, g'subj
etltute laneiaer on me -Boston -.Americana.
Charles Atherton aavs that War
ner Is a great player and would make
a strong addition to any team in the
west.. -V -' ,
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More Cheap Bates.
On August t, t and 1 tha Canadian
Pacific will again place on sale round
trip exourelon tickets to eastern points
at very low rates. Passengers routed
via Spokane. ' via Seattle and Sumaa,
or via Victoria and Vancouver. For full
particulars call on or address F. R.
Johnson, G. A. P, D Portland, Oregon.
Yacht Upsets With Fire.:
8oHrtl Dlapatch to Tie JoaroaL)
Astoria, Or., July SO. Roy Graham
and four companions were sailing in
Graham's yacht Sunday, when It cap
slaed. The boys were rescued by a
launch from Booth's cannery.
la taa went eiaeese
sa earth, yet tbe
easiest to rare WBCK
VOU KNOW WHAT
TO DO. afaay Bare
plaiples, spots aa the
kin, aoree ta tha
BMWtb, aleere. falling
hair, boo. aslas, ca
tarrh, end don't Kan
It h BLOOO POISON. Bend ta DR. BBOWN,
1B Arch St., rbllartelphla. PenaH tt
BROWN'S BLOOD CCBB. 1.00 per bsttlei
- mtm aaaa a saj 1 1 I h . aThnlrl tsi Pshlllslslst aaanlej fca
iBttKa WBWKttrwXmi BJUIU at erg gaasaiBg aysBSf mg
Woodward. Clarke A Co.
1J o w D o c t o r s S ay :
- They are
' No doctor can cure
That's all moonshine,
If yon can't, aura a man, tell hint
so. . -v ...... . ..
Physicians use too many drugs.
There are only a few great drugs
worth handling. Til not name them.
Pr. Wm. Osier In a recent address
to physlclane. - - ,
---- . e . e . .- . ..-.-, , ..
I do not believe that tha averaga
length of human life would be dl
mlnlahed - by an . .
hour if all ' tha , ' v ,
.drugs In Chrlaten
dora were dumped
Into - tha aea
half a - do en
well, M. D., Amer
ican Humane As
sociation, a , a ..,
At last, soma
of - our eminent
physicians are ba-
f Inning to tell
he truth about
drugs. They have
deceived the peo
ple just about as
long as they can.
unless they check
tha advanoa of
actence. It la sci
ence that has
"shown them up."
It has proved
that man'a body
Is electrical; that
our bodies and produces what we
call life. It haa shown that most
all sickness and chronlo disorders
are due to lack ef electrlo energy.
It has taught us tha worthlessness
of drugs that they ere only poi
sons, and poisons don't cure.
Tha reason drugs don't cure ' Is
tvecauee they do not help Nature.
Nature needs electricity, nourlah
ment, something that builds up.
Drugs ' contain no nourishment no
electricity just poison which tears
down. ; - ' -
My way of curing Is to 'restore
electricity where it la - needed, and
pain and Sickness will disappear.
That's because electricity gives
strength, power to the body, en
abling every organ to perform Ita
work properly, and when every or
gan Is In a strong, healthy condi
tion there can ba no pain or sick
ness. Wear Electro-Vigor while you
sleep. It feeds a constant stream
of, eleotrlolty to your , nerves, and
they carry it to every organ and
tlasua of your body, restoring
health and vim.
- Electro-Visor Is a simple electrlo
appliance, constructed on scientific
principles, and is the product of
my twenty yeara' experience In
treating with electricity.
It la not an electrlo belts It never
needa charging, for It . makes its
own power continuously.
iUectro-Vlgor . is cheapar.t.has a
course of drugging. . .
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' ."' ' After two months'
Electro-Vigor I no
longer suffer from
; paina In my back
and kidneys, my
food digests prop-
- erly, and all the
, ymptoms' of
- cored; i - j
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you want to ' know. I'll send 'the
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. for treatment you may look for
ward to a complete and perma
nent cure, and with the very
flrat treatment tha curing will
begin. This Is .pretty definite
talk- upon what - Is commonly
' regarded as an uncertain and
speculative matter.' But I am in
a poaltion to sneak definitely and
positively. With me the cure of
men'a diseases Is not uncertain
T . or speculative at all. ( . ,f.
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Tha leading SpedaOlst.
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I have treated so many eases that
what I cannot do, and t never promts or attempt too much.
know Just what I can do end
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no ease In whloh I have doubt aa to. my abllltv to cure, and resulta are
' alwaya equal to tha clalroba I make. Following are soma of th disease
I cure, and -reasons why my cures are certain.. . ,
In no other ailment ' peculiar to
. men Is a prompt and thorough
cure ao eaaentlaf. Contracted dia-
orders tend to work backward un-
. til the most vital nerve centers be-',
come Involved in the inflammation, -Then,
follows a ' chronlo Stage -,
that stubbornly resMts all ordl-
nary treatment Safety demands
that every vestige of infection be
. eradicated at the earliest poaalbl
. 1 moment My treatment is thor
ough. - The remedies employed
: have a more positive- action than
- has ever before been- attained, and ,
- so perfect is my method of appll
. cation that even . chronic caaaa.
' yieia compieieiy, . ,:
This most prevalent of all dis
eases of men is also the most
neglected, either through dread of
the harsh method of treatment
commonly employed, or, through,
' Ignorance of th grave dangore
that accompany th disease. As
varicocele interferes directly with
the circulation and process of
waate and repair throughout th
generative organa, the necessity
of a prompt and thorough cur
cannot be too forcibly tiapha.
alsed. I cur varicocele in oa
week by an absolutely petolaee
process. My cures are- thorough
- aad absolutely permanent- end
are accomplished without tha Use
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t alao anra to rhmy exued. weakeaa,, Jkgdrooooele, gpeelfla blood poison
ad all men's diseases - . -
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POSITIVELY CURED FOREVER
Beware of Imitators
By our method we arc enabled to reach tha vital
spot with our direct treatment, whloh drlvee-every
dlaease germ from th system b going to the root
of the disorder. - We Invariably obtain prompt and
satisfactory results because our searching exami
nation brings to light tha nature and extent of th
trouble. Our experience in curing tha dlseasea of
-men aztenda over a long period. - Our facilities) ar
of th best, and our treatment is most cleanly and
perfeot . - t.
Wa especially Invite those ' who have deep-aeated
and chronlo disorders to call and be examined. Con.
.aultatlon and examination Is free and carries with
It no obligation to engage our services.
- Our ofTleea are equipped with th most modern
and ecleotlnc mechanical devices for tha treatment
of chronlo and private dlseasea of men.
:V :'T'..VE'' CURE NERVOUS DEBILITY
This Is' to men who lack courage. " whose nerves arc shaky, whoea '
avs have lost th sparkle, whoae brains are muddled,-idea confused,
sleep resUeas, confidence gone, spirits low and easily depressed, who are
backward, healtatlng. unable to venture because they ar afraid of
failure; who want somebody to deolde for them, who - ar weak, run
down and restless. It is to men who have part or all of these symp
toms and want nsw life, new energy. . W especially solicit those cams
In a;hlch jnany ao-called treatments have failed, or where money ha
been wasted on other methods of treatment Don't experiment when Our
direct method offers a eertaln means of cure by local treatment
V WE CURE VARICOCELE v
In Most dm
T Tears la Foertlaad
Varicocele causes congestion of tha blood in some of tha most vital
blond vessels of man. It causes a dull, heavy, listless feeling, which is
often-inlstaken for nervoua debility or general decline. Varicocele re
suits from partial paralysis of the delicate nerve fibers that control local
circulation of tha blood. The muscular coating of the veins la deprived
of nervous control and becomea Inactive, weakens and relaxes. Th
blood vessels expand from the pressure within. Th circulation become
sluggish and clota form in little nooks and pocket that constantly en
large aa tha relaxation continues. .
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