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( Till: OliECOri DAILY JOUiCIJAL. rOIiTLAND, WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 7, 1S07.
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raiER8 BESTED leEXAi,lS" FAVORED
! Portland Has a Good Lead
J "When Kinsella Is Batted
Off the Mountain.
E. CALIFF GOES IN
"WHEN SCORE IS TIED
But Cbmmutcr Hit Him Hrd nod
". Winning Ban la Quickly Scored-
! Twenty : Base Hit Off Three
; ritchere 'Notee of Game. ; .
I . 4
YB STERDaXB RESULTS.
Oakland 6. Portland . ' -Canranciaca
7. Loa Angels I.:
STANDING OF THB CLUBS,
Los Angsloa . ;...... .62 , it '
San Francisco '! , t -
'Portland- ......, CS
. , Oakland baatad MoCradta'a youngaters
' In a heavy hittln bea at Athletlo Park
-yesterday; capturing tha drat cam of
tba aariaa br a. acora of I .to 4,
' Tba locala had a laad of two runa
' aa lata - aa tba eventh inning, but
, Pitcher Wright suddenly ataadled down.
- while tba Portland twirlera remained aa
aay aa before. ' Eddla Kineella. tha
bard-worklnr bov with' tha big head.
who la usuallv about tha moat rellablo
curve dlsnenser In tha Beaver aquad,
waa bombarded off tha mountain. Tble
; mnkea four Portland pltchara . to be
, , batted out of tha contaat In tha paat
Twenty baa hlta, atx of whloh wore
for more than two bases, ware pounioJ
In various directions ovir the lot yester-
aay. four oe mem nil senc nu
one. a clout bv Truck Eagan. banged
against ths right field boards about a
loot irom the 103.
-;. Almoae a
- Tha ball fell back and tha whole Oak
land bunch howled that It had fallen be
tween the two" fencee and rolled back
on the field. They wanted a homa run.
- fbul "Bull"-Perrlne ruled otherwise and
. ann bad to ba content with two bag.
- Thft attrtnff I haven tn tha' aeeond.
" Eagan sliced the diamond In two with
r single and Biles followed with one
..that the new outfielder, Burdette, fum
bled aa It came to him on the bounce.
The bin. red truck wagon scored - and.
tuisa reposed at intra. Big-Dee wae
' aoaked In tha ' rlba and In an attempt
' ; to Dull off a double ateal Bllaa wan
. neatlv nabbed Haler flew out. but
"Brick" Devereaux took a ahot at tha
left field fence and Blgbee ran, the
Portland exactly duplicated Oaklahd'a
a hitting- performance In the aecond half.
, getting two doubles and a single, but!
., notxxJv blundered on tha other aiae ana
- oiuy vnff run was icDrta. -
vOh. Tor Oaa base Kit.
7 wsajj third Eagan'e wild throw put
.iMott Into the runnln and the third
J baseman eventually scored, Caaey eae-
I rlfloed. Atherton bunted safe and both
JMoCredle and Donahue walked. A sin
. fie would have meant two runs and an
outfield flv would have meant one. but
' .Burdette hit a low fly at Ha can and tha
'.aide was retired quickly on a double
Three hlta and a double steal In , the
fourth, rave Portland two more and the
. '.fane felt aura of a victory. All went
. well until tho rnth, when Klnsrlla
"iwas again hit for two doubles and a
- slna-le. An outfield throw which nassed
.'both Fay and, Mott helped, tha visit ora
ana tney uea ins score.
4' McCredt replaced Kinser with Ca
' llff, but tha latter was hit just aa hard
aa hia predecessor.- The first ball he
i tossed Heltmuller hit on the nnee, but
Fav fielded It and all waa Well. Then
I Eagan tried for hie home run and nearly
rot It. Mott erred and Bllaa waa safe,
.both Bllaa and Eaaan advancing a base
on Donahue' paaaed ball.' Blgbee hit
almoat to the left fence, but Bassey
.made a great run and dragged the
BDhere out of the aky. However. Eaaan
''easily scored the winning, run on .the
. piay. viiiciai score;
" , OAKLAND.
":r. " ; , . ' a.b. r. h. p.a a. e.
Hogan.'lf. ............ 6 0 1 0 0 a
x van Haitren, cl. .... e
'HeltmaUer, rf. 4 i
;.Eagan,. aa. 4
Bliae, c. ....'
iBIabea, lb. I
. Haloy. 2b. .......... 4
- Devereaux, lb.- t
; Wright, p. ....-I
Total! .... .' . . . . . . .14 (11 t? 14 i
, - , Portland. - - -
V, ; v A.B. H. H. P.O. A. E,
, iassey 11. ...1......
Motl. lb. .........
t ajiey. id. ..........
nnairasw c. ........ .
,) Kuraette, ct. ........
Fay. as. .............
, Klnella, p. .
I Callff, p.
Totala .....H 4 t IT It 4
8CORB BT INNINOa
Oakland 0 S 0 0 0 I 1 06
' Hlta 0 1 1 0 2 0 1 1 111
, Portland ...... 111000 0 I 4
. Hlta 0 111100 101
BUMMART. . .-,'5...
Struck. ' out Br. Wright. 4; by Kin
aella, 1; by Callff, 1. Base on balls
Off Wright 4; off Callff, 1. Two
baaa Mts Devereaux, Atherton, Dona-
hue. Wright, Hosan, Eagan. Double
plays Caaey to Fay, to Atherton; Ea-
! gan to Blgbee. Sacrifice hlta Mott,
Casey, Wright. Bllaa. Stolen bases
Blgbee, Bassey. Casey. Hit by pitched
i ball Blgbee. Paaed ' ball Donahue.
First baao on errore Portland. 1; Oak-
. land, t. Left on baaea Oakland. 6;
Portland, Innings pitched By Kin
sella, 7. Baa hits Off Klnsella. t;
off Callff, I.' Credit defeat to Callff.
, Time of game I hour. Umpire Per
rlne. -. - r-.--. .- . .
NOTES OF THE GAME
McCredla mads a mlatake In putting
In Callff to ftnlah the game. Callff Is
: . . . cxrx.DKXir rm paut
-never cry aa do children, who are auf
ferine from hunger. Such la tha cauae
of all babies who cry. and are treated for
slckneea, when they really are Buffering
from hunger. This la caused from their
food not bekag aanlmllated, but devoured
1 by worma. A few doaea of White's
Cream .Vermifuge will cauae them to
ceaa crying and begin to thrive at
once, uive 11 a inau noia Dy all drug
glata. ' - -
Auto Cltib Would Require
Professional Drivers to
Pass Bigid Tests.
Tha board of directors of the Port
land' Automobile club put Itself on reo
ord last night aa favoring rigid exam
Inatlona of professional ebauffeura be
fore tha latter ar allowed to practice
their profeaaloa. ' Thla. It U . believed.
will lesaen the number of automobile
accidents on tba atreeta.
-The board of dlractora took uj the ao.
cident oueatlos last night - at tha re
Quest ef Oeorgo L Baker, who has an-
nounoea mat na win introduce an ordi
nance placing further reatrlctlona udob
the running of chug-wagona about the
atreeta. The membera expreaaed them
selves aa heartily favoring many ot the
reforms propoaed by Mr.' Baker, besides
making soma auggeatlona on their own
account: . . ..
In addition to favorlns lesal teata for
chauffeurs the board auggeata that the
orainance. embody a elauae prohibiting
children under IS years of asa from
driving automobllea through the atreeta.
It waa stated that acorea of bova of 14
and 14 are seen driving big csrs ubdbt
me streets ana mat tney are often no
ticeably reckleaa in their driving.
Another thing that tha club favors Is
the revocation of licenses of chauffeura
or owner who violate tha apeed regula
tlona or other lawa governing tha run
ning of automobllea. , While the mem
bers of tha club realise tba fact that
the lawa are being broken they aver
that to per cent ot tha vlolatlona are
oue to arunxen drivers.
In order to Drove sood behavior on
tha jTart of -the clubmen the emblem of
the club will be hung hereafter on every
member' car. The emblem la a winged
wheel with the lettera P. A. C worked
upon it in blue, and gold. ' "
After the ' Baker -ordlnanea is naaaed
the club wlll ua every effort to aid tha
ponce in enrorcmg trie law.
The board decided to take nart In
the narade which onena tha .trout fair
at iiiiamoox, August 21. ,
ALUMNI TO . CONTROL
THIS FOOTBALL TEAM
(SpeeUl DiapetcB.te Tb fcaraal.)
Albany, Or., Aug.- 1. Praaldent
Crook of Albany collage 1 advocating
I the organisation of a football team
tha colleae for the snaulna- uiunn
nder the control and mana cement
he eolleg alumnU It la Dlanned to an.
gag a coach and place a etrlotly bona
Ode team of Dlaakln artlata an th. airf.
IPAH 1. 1 . . . . 7
....... alv iwu .iibwu ALDany
'college haa not been renreaentad with
a team and the supporters of the orange
and black feel that the time la propl
tloua for placing a atrong team of
incny pona nae students in the field.
A meeting of the college alumni Is to
be called and definite plans formulated
for organisation and tha raising of tha
unawrr (jaances.'. ' t '-
0R AUTOS PROBABLE
. (Journal BpKial gerrtea.)
New Tprk. Aug. T Tha law commit
tea of the New York Automobile club
formerly th City and County Motor
club), which eonaiata of M. Oroasman.
vyiiiiam uroasman and Do Witt Clinton
Mlrrell. Is now considering tha M,ia.ti
of Interstate licenses , for automobllea
and will report to the dlrectora of the
club a bill which It will ba the aim of
n ciud to nave adopted by different
atates, having aa ita aim Interstate
immrai oy wnicn automobllea regla-
. v 1 v, 111 ,iih nulla mav na HMnawi in
other states for a ahort length of time
without the payment of extra fees to
in" auinonties or tha atata ihrmi.h
wnicn tha touMat la paaalng. One of
the great objections to ordinary long
distance touring Is that a procession of
'" wirougn a number or atatee la
a SUCOeaalon Of, Chanr.a nt nuntkar
platea and tha payment of feea to differ
ent raunlctpsiltlea and state authorities
ror in privileges or th road. Tha New
York Automobile elub hopes It will be
able to secure some mitigation ot this
condition In favbr of the uaera of motor
cars. It la probable that an effort will
b made to Induce other antnmnhiia
cluba and bodlea to aid In fosterlns
this movement. .
RESTORES riTAMTT nr enrtd .tbeoaaade
nt rwi ef Ntrroa Dablllty .and nuoaiale.
Ththttt tbe brala, atrtnitbea the elrealatlos,
-i airvatloa perfaet aad Impart a magaetu
,tx ta the bokt helag. All dratne aad loam
r(toppea ptrmaneatly. 1 (1.00 ear boa. 0 Nun.
(nant4 to cor or raraod atoney. g. llallefl
' Mated. Bnk free. Ptr.Ua lied. Oa., ant
Arch It., Phll.rt.lpMa. gold ta Portias
a Weodward, Clark Oe.
nearly alwav weaken at th tart. and
iTinca navt snown that na
a aaar when be tmm In at tha alavanth
hour. Schlmpff, while ha haa not yet
made a seneral recori th.it i. .m . -
Callffe, haa several tluir proven that
be lit capital kid to a hove in aa a for
lorn hope. It- la by auch little all pa as
tnia tnat the big manager haa loat a
number of gamea in tba paat
Burdette. the neat nlilflal.lar maa 1.1.
debut ln th field by scoring an error,
and tha first time ne came to bat ha
atruck out. He ga-hered in aevertf
file later, but failed to reach one which
it looked from th pres box aa if h
ought to have captured.
. . . -
Atherton got two hlta veaterdav. ffnnra
than he aoored In the three game he
played last week. Fay hit safe twice,
which equals hla entire number acorea
"Tha next time vou meat Rull T.r.
rlne," aaya a Ban Frmnclaco newapaper.
'or any other umpire who naa worked
In tha Coast league, aak him how he
would rellah working In a game In
which one of the teama lined up as fol
io wa: Dillon, flrat base; Mohler, aec
ond baaej Wheeler, ehortatop; Dever
eaux, third base; Spencer, center field;
McCredle, right field; Cravath, lef
field; Cates, pitcher and Street, catcher.
What a fin aasortment of 'craba.' " . .
"Do you ever hear of a newanannr set.
ting credit for aiding In the development
Of a teamT" aaked Hanlon of the He1x
of Charlie Zuber. "No? Well, thero are
many of them ahould have It, for there
la no manager In the buaiaeaa who
would not give Intelligent baaeonll
writers credit for aldlns him in the
matter of getting bt.r work out of lila
team. Thla fact naa occurred to ma
only recently. Several times this a
aon members of my' tesm have aocu.o l
me of telling reporters where they wore
weak. 'It shows ua up to the public,'
they aav. "end mite 11a In the nnsltlnn
Tf learning something hat we ahoull
never have been comnelled to tackle If
It had not been for the newspaper notice
we received on th subject' Now, aa
you know, I've never belittled any of
m j piayers 10 me sporting writers, uut
when one of your boy comes to me
and tell ma that auch or auch a man
haa ahown a weakneas in a certain line,
I can't deny It, for the evidence Is
there. Had I told this man about thla
weakness and given him points on how
to correct It, he would probably hav
gone at It In a half-hearted way an-J
ahown but little Improvement But tha
moment th newspaper made It public
and the baseball public got wis, the
player In nueatlon hustled with all hi
might to correct hla fault "In that way
the newspapers that la. th naa whn han.
die baseball in an Intelligent manner
are, of great assistance to a manager
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; : - -
l ft'. ' '
Fred Andrews. Finlflhinc One of 'Hie Speedy Serrei.
FRED ANDREWS HARD DRIVING-
FEATURE OF TACOMA TOURNEY
(special Pltpatch te The . Joeraat)
Taooma, Wash., Aug. 7. The fastest
match In yesterday's games In tha an
nual tournament for tha tennis Cham
plonablp of the northwest waa th round
In doubles between Andrews and Wilder
of Portland and Pooley and Hunter of
fooiev and Hunter are rated aa one
of tha top-notch doubles teams in tha
northwest Nevertheless, the Irvingten
representatives bested them in straight
sets. The terrific driving of Andrews
was tha featur of the contest Wilder
lanky partner waa at hla nest ana
scored see sf ter see on their opponents.
Tbe score of the match waa 4-4, 4-1.
K. R. Benham of Portland. dereatd
Rlcharda eaaily, but Wilder, also of
Portland waa put out by Reuben Hunt
of California. (-0, 6-1.
Hunt la ahowlng better form than
he did at Victoria nd should make a
atrong bid for tba northwest championship.
tfranat wicaersnam or roruana; won
both his mstches veaterdav. one" In
double and the other in mixed doubles.
Two of the best singles matchea of tha
dav were thoae tn which Crawford of
Oakland, California, defeated Reming
ton, ana Armstrong 01 Beatue, goi away
with Balltnger of Seattle, In three hard
eets. Yesterday's summary follows:
Men's Blnalee Hall defeated Bur
dette, 4-0, 4-1; Crawford defeated Rem
ington. 4-1. 7-4; Hunt defeated Wilder,
6-0,, 4-1; Benham, R. R., detested Rlch
arda, 6-1. 6-3; Llttlefleld defeated Saw
yer, default) Seller defeated Oreen, 6-4,
6-4; McFaden defeated Flaher, 4-4, 6-1;
Shay defeated Flsken, 6-1, 6-0; Bowden
defeated Benham, W. W 6-1, 6-1;
YESTERDAT'S RACK RESULTS.
At Seattle. , 7
Six furlongs Pelham won, Dr. ScharlT
second, Willi Gregg third; time, l:l!tt-
Seven furlongs Mary B. Clark won.
Pickaway second, Martinmas third;
time, 1:164. : -.-
Mile Seven Bella won, Oeorga Kll-
born aecond, Doo Craig third; time,
Mile and sixteenth Mlaa Rlllle won.
Foncaata - aecond. Miller' s Daughter
third; time, 1:47.
Fiva and one half furionga Entre
Noua won, Llaaro , aecond, Ooaalper
third; time, l:06tt.
. Blx furlongs May L. V, won. Aunt
Polly aecond, Bucolto third; time, 1:12 ft-
Three eighths mile Forty-Four won,
Rattler second, Aurora B. third; time.
Three fourth mile Menden won. Red
BUI aecond. Kogu third; time. 1:1814.
Flv and on half furlongs Paddy
Lynch won. Mariana aecond, Robert
Mltchall third: time. 1:08 H.
Flv and one half Turlongs Jlllette
won, Nettle Hlcka aecond, Reuben third;
Five elgntha mile Bruah us won.
Mlaa Affable aecond, Qoverman , third;
Mil zaxa won, oiadys Bell second,
ijeriaa tnira; time, i:.
At Buffalo. r
.vi , m 1 c , iiaj u, wa iivtn ,ibhd,i
$t,000 John A. won first, third and
fourth heat in l:05tt. 2:06Vt. 1:07:
Altanwood won the aecond heat In 1:07;
Kruaef. Wilson Addlnston. Prlno Hal.
Captain Derrick, Geary, Dorr! B Lilly
W. and Bystander also atartea.
A. 1ml . V. k PMn.. . U , A at-l
110.000 Sonoma Girl won tha aecond
and fourth heats and tha race In S:07i,
1:1014: O. A. Wataon won th first heat
In 1:0H; Byflora won -the third beat
in 1:11 -
t:10 pace, tha Liquid Veneer, 11,000
stakes Alleen Wilson won ths aecond
and fourth heats In Z:014. Z:014;
Thnmway won the flrat heat In 1:06H;
William O. won tha third heat in 1:0.
Wilde defeated Heilbroom. 4-1, 1-6, 6-1;
McBurney defeated Mltchel, default;
Tyler defeated Allen, default; Paraona
defeated Paachal, default; McDougal de
feated Davenport, 6-1, 6-1; Hunter de
feated Lewis, 7-5, 6-4; Lyon defeated
McFaden 6-1, 10-6; Payne defeated
Shay, 4-1, 6-1; Armatrong defeated Bal
llnger, 4-6, 10-6, 4-4; Pooley defeated
Sherwood, 4-6, 6-4, 6-1; Thompson de
feated Flaklt, 1-7. 6-1, S-6; Llttlefleld
defeated Paraona. 6-1, 1-6. 6-1; Hall de
feated Fraser, 6-0, 6-0; Bunter defeated
Whipple, 6-4, 6.4. 1 - . k
Ladles' singles Mlaa Dunsmulre de
faulted to Miss Robertson; Miss Turrell
defaulted to Mlaa Hotchklaa; Mlas Dor
othy Kershaw defeated Mlas Rlcharda,
4-1, 6-4; Mlaa HaU defeated Mlas Ball
lie, 4-0. 4-0.
Men'a doubles Tyler and ' Wicker
ahsm detested A. Pulford and Lyon.
6-1. 4-1: Andrewa and Wilder defeated
pooley and Hunter, e-4. s-i; Wlldee and
Liewie aereatea unurcn ana rotter, e-o,
6-1; Hey burn and Manley defeated
Kauffman and Flshar. 6-0. 4-6. 6-4: Mc
Burney and Bellinger defeated W. W.
Benham and McFaden, 6-1, 6-1; Hunt
and Crawford defeated Llttlefleld and
Fleet 6-1, 6-1; Thompson and Green de-
reates nnerwooa ana wuraeue, -, s-u,
Mixed doublea Mlaa : Tompola and
Wickeraham defeated ' Mlaa Edwards
and Whipple, 6-1, 6-1: Mlaa Ryan and
Joe Tyler defeated Mlae Loomla : and
Payna. 6-1. 6-1; Mlas Robartaon ao.d
Benham defeated Mlas BaiUle and Seller
6-4, -l: Mlaa Turrell and Kirkbrlde
defaulted to Mlaa D. Kershaw and Bel
linger Mlaa HaU and Pooley defeated
Mies Vaeth and Richards, 60, 6-1; Miss
Hotchklss and Crawford defeated Mlaa
Balllle and McDougal. 6-1. 6-1.
1 '" U 1 a.
TO RID CLUBS OF
To Prohibit Collegians From
.Competing: .Within Year
(Jeorsal Special Barvtee.)
New Tork. Aug. 7. It Is now the
plan of tha A. A. V. to ao reform Ha
rules regulating the competition of col
lege athletes for athletlo cluba that thay
will ba unable to sport club unlforma
until a year arter their graduation irom
oolleae. .Action alona these lines will
be taken at the November meeting; of
nm a. a. u.-
An attempt was made by tha A. A. IT.
to bring -about thla. result in a more
gradual way, but it failed of Ua pur
pose, the college athletea finding a loop-
noi oy wnicn tney couia aqueese tneir
way Into competition for the athletlo
oiuDB. At the recent junior champion'
ahlp meet the" feeling against college
men ran vary atrong and many protests
war made agalnat the two biggest
cluba, tha New York A. C. and the Irish
American A. C, both of which are
packed with men who have Just been
forced to atop running for their colleges
because tha inatltutlona ara-icloaed for
Tbe new plan auggeated aeema to be
the moat practical offered ao far. Laat
year's rule would have been effective
had it been adopted by ths-eolleg as
well as the A. A. U.. but It waa not.
The plan now under consideration la to
make any athlete who has competed for
pis college ineligible to compete tor an
athletlo club until a year after he .haa
left college. This will enable many of
th athlete In th club, who hav not
th time to train aa tne coueriana do.
to get a chance In champlonshlpe. Aa
it is now the college boys have a aort
of monopoly on every champlonahlp
that come along, except whr they can
be entered against such atars aa Martin
Carbon 1 0
acid gaa and
SCHEME TO DEVELOP
Jooraal Sneclal crvlee.a
San Francisco, Aug. 7. A new featur
In tb development of track athletea at
Stanford university will be the cross
country run to ba held thla fall. A
valuable trophy haa been offered by- the
wuaarangie ciud, ine upper class society
at Stanford." to the winner of tha run.
which will be held aoma time during the
coming college term.- Previous to thla
tlm croaa-country running haa received
out ntti encouragement irom tne-uni
versities, but the realisation that It 1
th most aucceasful method of develop
ing long-dlstanoe runnera haa prompted
tne atuaenta ' at Dtanrora to promote
thla branch of aport during tha montha
nraoedlna the regular cinder-oath train-
In a. Tha race aa planned at Stanford
will be a acratch affair and will b for
a diatanc of probably three to five
mllea , -
': American , League.
At 'Philadelphia Philadelphia 4,
Cleveland 1. ,.
At Boston St Louis 8, Boston 1.
. At New Tork Chicago 6. New Tork 1
At Chicago Chicago 2, New ToTk 0.
At Pittsburg Pittsburg 1-8, Brook
lyn 1-0. 1
At Cincinnati Cincinnati 4-2, Bos
Woman loveNa clear, rosy complex
lon Burdock Blood fitters purifies
the blood, cleara the akin, realorea
ruddy, aound health. .
Eleren Innings at 'Frisco.. ,
i - tloaraal Bpsctal SMTte.) -iii
Oakland, Cel., Aug. 7. Two hit by
th Saal In th eleventh inning brok
up yesterday game, ecore;
R. H. S3.
Loa Angl..10400t0110 4 0 1
San Fran.,. .00 000 06 44017 4
Batteries Nagla, Hoso and Eager;
wuui ana jmoib. umpire ixmci.
' . , ' Jaaeatowm atea.
Tha Canadian Pacific la making very
low ratea to eastern points, account
Jameatown Exposition. 1 A choice of
routes la offered, with stopovera going
A liquid preparation for "
. Fa, Nok, Arsaa and '
Handa. Makaa tha skla
Ilk yea want It. Daaa It -
. la a aiomant. - It la aalth .
at atloky nor graaey.
If a harmleea, aleaa and
rfrshisg. Oaaaet fca
alataotad. Twa aelara,
Pink and Whtt. Use It
aaamlaf aaaa aaa alght.
Winter, Spring, umasae '
rail. SAMPLE FREC . ,
44 S.Fifth JJt Brooklya,!t.T.
with a young team." Spirting Newa.
Five and a half tarlongs Spoonsr
won, Apple Toddy - second, Manhelmer
third; time, 1:07 1-6.
One mile Lally won, Telescope sec
ond, Stander third: time, 1:40.
' Five and 4 half furlongs Explosion
won, Mldd Delaney second, Boema third;
time, 1:07. ' .
The Mohawk atakes, mile and a fur
long Temacao won Ingham aecond,
Th Wrestler third; time, 1:61 l-l. -'
One mile Rye won, Rifleman second,
Penarfla third; time, 1:10 l-8t -
Six furlonra .Dannsa Rea won. Kaa-
' ton second. Tiro third; Uraa, 1:14 1-4.
,.on a bottle of
1 aa f,sui7 ukvii
our whiskey MEANS that
isomea in uona in its
pure, natural state. i
under the. direct
t&4 tiA suprvWon of US.)
l(St '.4HttK- .'111 In tarn .1 WlmtJ
7A u,lEvery bottle of
U seared with thlsGrcca Stamp upon which
1 Oovernment has had printed tha axact An
StreaoOl and Qmaatlty of whiskey In tha bottla. By
demandinr Sunny Brook vou will KNOW tha -JL'
' getting an honest, natural whiskey, scientifically distilled and ,
1 mellowed by are only while atored In U.5. Bondad War..... (
Jjfln Sunny Brook you are getting tha best. Old Kentucky pro. 1
(,iducea In whiskey. , . :
BLUMAUER ft HOCH, Portland, Oregon, Diatributota.
Has One of the Finest Beaches
on the Pacific Coast
- . ' and Is an . ''.'.'.'..
JDEAL SUMMER RETREAT
It it easily reached, if not an expenaire place to iit, hae ex
cellent hotel accommodation, affords perfectly aafe and delightful
urf bathing and all torts of beach pastimes, tuch aa clam-bake,
oytter hunts, fishing, pebble- and shell gathering, etc., enjoya a
. mild and inviting climate, picturesque ecenery, and all the other at
tractions that can be desired for recreation and pleasure. , '
. NEWPORT is reached by way of the Southern Pacific to Al
bany or Corvallii, thence Corvillis & Eastern R. R. Train service
daily and the trip a pleasure throughout. Leave Portland '8 a- in..
, Rate'from Portland $6.00 for the round trip. Ticketa on tale
. daily and good for return until October 31. There it also a Satur
day-Monday rate from Portland of $3.00, tickets on aale Saturdays,
good' for return Mondays. Correspondingly low rates from alt
other points. Call at the citj; ticket office of the Southern Pacific,
Third and Washington streets, in Portland, or at any S. P. agency
elsewhere, for complete , information. . v
J ' WILLIAM McMURRAY,
5 General Passenger Agent, Southern Pacific Company, Portland, Or.
I CURE MEN
I cannot too forcibly" Impreaa th fact that the
METHODS BT WHICH I TREAT AND CURB
MEN'S DISEASES ARB ORIGINAL WITH ME.
They are a reault ot my obaervatlon. research
and atudy during years' practice aa a. apeclallat.
Thla should especially appeal to inuBB wu -HAVE
BEEN DISAPPOINTED In their effort
to obtain relief, and ahould aid all afflicted men '
IN .thic CHOICE OF A PHYSICIAN. Aa to my
understanding of men'a dlaeasea and the aclentino
correctness of my treatment. MT tTNEQUALED
SUCCESS IN EFFECTING PERMANENT CUBES
- Weakness '.' . 7 '"' . V
MT SUCCESS to curing thoe fnne.
tlonal dlaordera commonly termed
"weaknes." IS DUE TO MT FULI.
UNDER8TANDINO AS TO THB
CAUSATIVE CONDITIONS and to
my absolutely sclentlfto methods of
removlna them. Many casea of pre
maturenes. loa of power, te.,
present a variety of symptoms so
entirely confusing and perples'n
that MOST PHYSICIANS hav fal- ,
len Into that danrerous rut, th
practice of treating by aet methods, '
without discrimination and without
KNOWLEDGE AS TO THE REAL,
REQUIREMENTS. My first step Is
an absolutely sclentlflo and accurate
diagnosis. In a large majority of
raaes T find th ol caua of these
functional derangementa to be A
SWOLLEN, IRRITATED AND
CHRONICALLY INFLAMED PROS
TATE GLAND. Thla condition can
not possibly be remedied by any
treatment other than the local meas
ure I employ, and to ATTEMPT TO
FORCE NORMAL. ACTIVITY AND
VIGOR BY THB USB OF STIMU
LANTS and tonic would only reault
-In aggravation of tha trouble. Under
my treatment a cure la POSITIVE
AND CERTAIN, and absolutely per
manent, becaua I accomplish It by.
th removal of every caua rapon- i
slbl for th dlaordr,
Specific Blood Poison - ,
I 'know thia leprous disease com
pletely. The system Is thoroughly
cleansed and every poisonous taint
removed. The laat aymptom van
ishes to appear no more, and all Is ,
accomplished by the use of harm- -less
blood-cleansing remedies. Do
not aubmlt to the.dangeroue mineral
dosing commonly Indulged In. Such ,
treatment merely obscure th;
Sty Tee an ratr, Vt Cut
rexaaaaaat, aad Yl Oaa Vay
Whea Satisfied That Ton Are
f positively eur Varicocele la on
. week, and frequently In even lesa
time. I MEET WITH NO FAIL
URES, nor is my treatment ever
followed by undesirable results. MT
METHOD OF EFFECTING A CURB
IS PAINLESS, and no other equally
, satisfactory, aafe and certain meth
od exists. - It is an original and dis
tinctive method and produces AN
ABSOLUTELY THOROUGH AND
Varicocele not only Impairs fu no
tional activity, but - tn many in
iBtsnces it re milts in A WASTING
AWAY OF THB ORGANS involved
and gradually undermines tha aren-
arat health. A THOROUGH CURB
IS A MATTER OF VITAL IMPOR
TANCE, and is also a matter of but
a very few days" treatment under
Through my long experience treat
ing the diseases I hav devised
methods that not only cure, soundly'
and permanently, but eur In lees
tlms than th beat of other treat
ments require. Take no chances.
Do not risk your health and strength
by relying on patent nostrums or
uncertain methods. You are abso
lutely secure when you Intrust your
eas to m.
PAY WHEN YOU ARE CURED I.
COWBTJXTATIOaT TMWM MY HONEST AND CANDID ADYTCB COSTS
YOU NOTHING. I cheerfully jrtv you th vary- boat opinion, guided by
yeara of succeeaful practice. Men out of town. In trouble, writ If you
cannot call, as many caaea yield readily to proper home treatment and
cure. "My offloea are open all day from t A. M. to P. M and Sundays
from 10 to 1. , , , -
THE DR. TAYLOR CO.
ooKjrxm saooiTD awd voBinev mim, yostun, - ouaox
PxlTat Xatraaa 834 H Mosrisoa, treat.
Who Arc CORIPLAITJING
If you are a weak, ailing man, stop
and think' what vou could accom-
: plish if you were strong and well; what a source of
; happiness good health and robust strength would
be to you. -.'I- ' :v"-- . '
- - -.- . - .
By yeara of experience we kn ow that man who have Buffered from
maladle of different varlettea auch aa Nervous Debility, Proetatlo
Troubles. Blood Poison, etc, wreck their ' own Uvea by neglecting tha
proper medical aid, or by conaulting unreliable "so-called specialists who
know nothing about the science of medicine, and this Is worse for th
patients, both financially aa we 11 aa physically. Thla drain, nerve and
muscular destroying disease, will not kill .you, but it will torture you
a did the cannaballatlc tribe y ear ago. It will drlv you to a mental
a well a physical destiny, by fooling -away your tlm and money -on
experiments. W ar th only reliable specialists In Portland and th
northwest treating dlseaae of men., and when w accept a caa you ar
aa aura of a cure, aa eur aa the aun rise in th east and aeta in th
. west. You aak whv w make auch a broad atatemant. and our anawer
That we know our bualneaa thoroughly and our offlc la equipped to
handle auch caaea Conault ua f re of charge and get our candid, honest
advice, and if we can help you we will gladly tell you so, and If your
eas la beyond help, you will not b under any financial obligation to ua
Don't rely on promlaea of other. ., ,. .
y We cure all special and chronic diseases of men,
such as skin diseases, blood poison, ulcers, varicocele,
hydrocele, nervous diseases, heart, stomach, liver,
kidney and bladder, ailments. We will treat any
single uncomplicated ailment for $10.00 for the fee.
No pay unless cured, ; 1 - . ,
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and all repllea asnt in plain envelope.
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