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.THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, " PORTLAND. THURSDAY EVENING. SEPTEMBER 12. 1807.
Oilier Classified Ad
vertisements will be
found on pp. 16-17.
MARRIAGE LICENSES. , '
Horace R. Oalther. Natches, Mlas,
ti; Marguerite Chamberlain. 20. '
- Oeorge Lt Hoffman, Hi W. Park at,
tojBerta E. Jelea. If. . .
. - Bart Turley, bit Taooma ave.. If;
Caroline Hettlemlro, II.
. Poder Pederson, 62 H. ttb at. 4T;
jngeborg Ureckey, J.
I'eter C. Anderaoo. Ill H. Main
12: Grace U Sutherland, 27.
; Elmer L. English. 242 Vi
ivii . Hi V.mmm. T.lrika. 11.
Clarence W. Crlmmlna, II; Flora
Bunn. 117. 1
. W. W. Webster. 141 X. HUt at, II;
Alma, K. Atterbury. II. ,-
' H. O. Shearer, St. Johns, Or, II;
" ' Wedding Card. W. Q. Smith A Co,
Washington bldg., corner, 4th and Wash
ington at. -
Waddluxa carda the beat. 100 for 5.
.Aivin a. nw, n. tu n,
Tonaela A. Co.. florists, for flower a of
U kinds. 121 th st
Clarke Bros., Florists Fine flowers
and floral dealgna jit Morrison at.
' ' Full dreaa suits' for rent, all sloes,
fnlque Tailoring Co., I0 Stark at.
HIPFW ft.nt.mh.r 7. to Mr. and Mrs.
1 William HI ran. Ill Biviir street, "a
( UKCBB September 7, to Ma. and Mra.
Shelly C. Urubb, 414 Fourth atreet a
.UKbSETTB September I. to Mr. and
'. Mra. Jullua Orosett. Oak Point.
, Washington, a daughter.
v ilNCK September 6, to Mr. and Mra.
. William Zlnck. 111? Mllwaukl avenue,
JIOAO flpptember 11, to Mr. and Mra.
' : O. F. lit", Glairwood atreet, a
. . . daughter.
-. WOUQHNEIt August 10, to Mr. and
Mra. John F. Houghner, daughter.
XUND8TROM September I, to Mr. and
Mra K. Q. liundstroro, a aon.
- ghall atreet, a daughter. j ,
-jnRSCM September I. to Mr. and Mra.
Max L Hlrscb, It North Twenty-first
"r atreet. a aon.
i CLOUGH September I, to Mr. and Mra.
; Edwin J. plough, Arlington, Oregon, a.
- SMITH Beptember It, to Mr. and Mra.
Walter J. Smith, 440 Davenport atreet,
" a, aon. ' ., '." . .'.'-'.
ENJAMH SeptemW I, to Mr. and
f ; Mra. J. Benjamin, 190 Market atreet.
'", BTLVESTEK-r-September I, to Mr. and
L. Mra.- Rudolph ,A. BylveataJV. lULEaat
. - Ninth atreet. a Ben; -
KENT Beptember I. A. C vKnt at
'",' Spokane, Wash.; aenillty. ;, .
r- FROST September , Elmer W. Froat.
aged l years, 10 month and 4 daya.
at Good Samaritan hoapiUUi carcinoma
WRIOHT Beptember 19, James Wright,
aired yekre. ill West Park at.;
,, chronio diarrhoea. tt
' iKERHAN Septemler 1, . Benjantln
' t Ackennan. aged 61 yeara 11 montna
- 'and II oaya, Vancouver, " t v.v..
rfm iof face and neck.
M. SMlTli FLORIST. 160 iTH
Y- , opp. Meier A Frank a. Main 7211.
. THOMSON The funeral aervleea or
- Jey-a chapel Friday September II. at 10
fri i a. m. Frlenda Invited. Interment at
"- "Xone Fir cemetery " ' .' .i
"JDIETRICH In thla city, September 1 1.
' ; at 627 Roaelawn aAre.. Martin pjet-i--rich,
aged II yeara. Tha funeral aerv
Jcea will be held at Flnley'a chapel at
"3 p. m. Friday. Frlenda invited. Inter-
ment Columbia cemetery.
LOST , AK FOU0
LOST-A GOLD BRACELET, HAND
. carved, black - enamel, . Wedneaday
evening, somewhere In downtown jila-.
tiit,-or Tuklu letanrthC Return to
Journal offlca and receive yery liberal
"LOST 111 IN GOLD. fOM ftMALlj
f' 1 -change, In North Portland. Liberal
re wrd-li returned to Journal offloa, or
'7IT Kerby at., Lower Alblna.
HELP- IV ANTED MALE
WANTED IMMEDIATELY. It TO (
goot laborer at the Portland Lin
'.. peed KJll worms nortn rwimiu.
ASSISTANT PHARMACIST. CALL 401.
the Dekum. "
B6ta WAHtttto aT a. V. RL'MMUn
Bona, 121 2d at., near Waahlngton.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
-WANTED GIRL TO WORK IN CON
f ectionerr a tor. . Inquire Id and
OFFtcE ' qIrl caLL SiJ i.L!Sity
bldg.. Id ana Morrison,
WANTED 1 GIRLS; GOOD WAGES.
66 Front, comer Davla,
SITUATIONS WANTED MALE.
NIGHTWATCHMAN. CAN "HANDLB
ateam bollera; absolutely trustworthy.
W. B. Pi," 66 N. Park. - " -
.WANTED TO RENT
"WANTED TO RENT A I OR 4-ROOM
cottage with good yard, near caruna.
FOR REP'T FLATS
SIX-ROOM FLAT FOR RENT, FURNN
ture for sale; no children. 421 4th at.
- 11.900 buys a good grocery and meat
-market on Grand ave.,' near Clay et.
rent 140, with av 1-year lease; location
la fine; present owner la doing a eplen
dld buslnena, but poor health eompela
him to aell out; wlUaell at Invoice;
this 1" no fake. .'
12.600 burs a good hardware,' afovea.
tinware, paints, etc; rent 40, 4 yeara'
lease, splendid location; can show a
good business: aelllng at Invoice.
WASHINGTON & OREGON REALTY
- ; COMPANY, ( . .
VNEW6lAt-ER-WlLL BELL gJlPA.
bl party- half - lntereet,-lthvr - me
chanical or editorial and; fin nfent and
Held. Address K-602. Jotirn a,l. .
BIG "BARGAIN GROCEfCf STORE
. and living rooms; good corner; cheep
rent; worth 11,000; on acount of slrk
ness; $160 takes it Address S-lt,
BEST RETAIL 6peWnA JM CIYT;
net 166 per weetj'no experience re
(julred; easy workj short hours; owner
xii.t laava on ahoount Of mora Im
portant buslnesiu In east; 11,100 cash.
Address X-2lournaL - L --' "
VVANTEX HiiLIABLE PERSON TO
travel ana act M. manager lor inia
atato wholesaling a strictly flrst-claaa
artlole; permanent position to right
isrty. ,.K-B07, journal.
R SALE REAL ESTATE
NAP 6-ROOM HOUBB AND I LOTBj
basement, inrge cnicaan yara ana i
large enxmsn-aouaesy-irim r , . rum
fenre. fine location, oniy ii.soo; ioq
cash, balnnce 116 per month or $1,400
. with an 1800 cash payment.
I fine lots on Kerby at, 10x100 feet:
. fine view, beat location, Only $2,000, If
taken at once.
' Fine l-mont house close to the Mount
Scott carllne: cement fnundstion, ce
' ment walks and wired for electricity,
onlv ll,00: terms.
' KKYBTONR REALTT CO.
111 Allsky blJg. Paclflo.J2II.
FOR 8ALE r-EAL ESTATE
Have yju heard of Clemaonf If not,
do cot fall to look It up, aa you will be
surprised to know how cheaply choice
lots can be had. We are aelllng lots
40 feet frontage, 3 and I blocks from
the carllne as low as IU0 each, and on
easy monthly payments. If you buy
several lots, spei lal price given. You
do not have to wait lor Improvements;
they are there now. Come and sea us.
A pleasure to show the lots. -CLAKKE-CLEM
HUN-BLUM ATJER COl
I01-2U2 Courh bldg. ,
WILL SACRIFICE FOR CASH. '
6 lots at 1'eiimsula station, St, Johns
carllne, $00; 1 lot on E. Main at.. In
Hunnyslde. 1460; lots at Woodstock.
1600. C. E. Tuggle, 411 Chamber of
A &-ROOM COTTAGE. SUBURBAN; 1
acre under cultivation; near carllne;
11,600; te,rms. Addreea P-26, Journal.
TWELVE- MILLION FEET OF YEL
low fir In. Douglas county, Or., con
venient to railroads 1,000,000 feet of
nr in eastern Clackamas ooumy, uc,
17,000; Investigate. Clarke-Clemaon-Blumauer
Co., 201-101 Couch bldg. -
- - HOMESTEADS.
. 10 good homesteads, brush landa, assy
cleared; all In a bunch; plenty of tim
ber handy for building and fuel; no Ir
rigation scheme; location fee 1100; In
parties of 6, 176. Eldredge Realty Co.,
no 4tn St., Vancouver, wasa,
TIMBER RELINQUISHMENT FOR
sale; must sell st once, svz Lumper
Exchange bldg. Phone Main 4977.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
PIANOS FOR RENT AND BOLD ON
Installments. H. Blneheimer. 72 last.
$44 REED-FRENCH PIANO CERTIFI-
cats Tor iiu. Z.-Z6. journal.
FOR SALE AND EXCHANO.
OO-ACRE WHEAT RANCH, LEVEL.
good soil, all' cultivated, larga houae,
barn and sheds, splendid well of pure
water, mill and tank, land fenced. i
miles from railroad town In Morrow
county, Or.! want Improved Portland
property up to $60,000 and pay caso. dif
ference. . -'Do
you want to locate In Portland?
Wo have the lota and will consider your
trad for soma of them. Write ua or
call and let ua know what you have to
offer. . 4
Vi aorea near city, all cultivated, IH
anrea in - barrlea. nouse. -barn. welL
Knntal rran.rty In Portland.
Two-atory s-room reaiaence ana one
lot In Montevllla. $2,600, mortgage $600;
trade equity for land or lots.
101-102 Couch Bldg.
EXCHANGE FOR IRUlT RANCH IN1
Oreson. a 640-acre grain farm In Al
berta; 100 acres cultivated; balance can
be plowed; good buildings; wen and
windmill; all fenced; miles to R. R.
town: a first-class proposition. .Ad
dress h-jo, journal.
ttfiVTrriTA iTDintf PITT DDnD.
- arty for acreage near Portland. . , The
Curtlsa Co., 60 Ablngton bldg..
TIN ROOFING, GUTTERING, Re
pairing and general lobbing. J. Loall,
111 Jefferson st Pacific 1424.
THOMPSON OGDEN REAL Es
tate, Insurance, loana. See ua before
buying. 141 Mississippi ave. Phone
i. w. oqilbee; real same amb
loans: asUbllahed lilt. .146)4 1st,
iPHTNie AGENCY".' DEALERS IW
real eetate end rentals. 1061, Stark
at. Main sift.
FOk FARMS 6F' EVERT DEBCklP
tlon. W. W. Espcy, 111 Commercial
bldg. . -
P. C STAMP WORKS, !4 ALDER ST.
Phone Main .710. Rubber stamps,
seels, stencil; 'baggage, trade, checks;
brass signs and plates.
STREET - PAVING.
WARREN CONSTRUCTION '. CO.
- Street paving, sidewalks and Cross
ings, lie Lumwr isxcnango.
THE BARBER A8PHALTPAVlRa CO.
of Portland. Office 466 Worcester blk.
PORTLAND SAFE CO SOLE AGENTS
for Herring-Hal 1-Marvln safea and
Manganese Bteel Safe Co.'s bank safss;
10 second-hand fireproof eafes and bank
safea. very cheap. Sea them or write
ua si Tin st.
DIEBOLD - MANGANESE ' SAFES
Large llnea carried. Lock-outs opened.
Jacks, , Jails, - metal - fumlturL.Botn
phonea" J. B. Davis, ss la.
SECOND-HAND 8AFES FOR SALE.
lookouts opened, automobiles and ma
chinery repaired. Columbia Gaa Engine
A Safe Works, 244 Id.
. SHOWCASES AND FIXTURES.
SHOWCASES' ' OF EVERY ' DESCRIP
.tlon; bank, bar and store fixtures)
made to order. The Lutke Manufao-
rtng for- fortlana.-
R. H. BIRDSALL, DESIGNER: AGT. M.
winter Lumoer to. i Hamilton mag.
TRANSFER AND HAULING
OL8 EN-ROB TRANSFER CO..
Henry Koe. W. A. Cleland.
. - F. P, Sheaacreen,
- General transfer and storage; safes,
pianos and furniture moved, packed and
shipped. 200 Oak at Phone Main 147.
Facino losi. Home A-Z247,
C O. PICK-OFFICE II 1ST ST, BH
tween StarU and Oak ata; phone III.
Ptanoa and furniture moved and packed
for shipping; commodious brick. ware
houae with separate Iron- rooms. Front
and ciay ate.
PENINSULAR EXPRESS A BAOGAGtt
Tranafer, 147 Alder st Phone Mala
OREGON TRANSFER CO, 114 N. 4TIL
' Main 41. Heavy hauling and storage.
Independent baggage' a trans-'
f er Co. Store go. 124 Stark. Main 407.
CLEAN TOWELS DAILY COMB,
brush, soap, $1 per month. Portland
Laundry 4k Towel Supply Co. 1th and
Couch sts. Phone 410.
NEW AND IND HAND, ALL MAKES,
rented, repaired, sold.- P. D. C. Co
lli Stsrk. Tel. 1407.
THE OLIVER TYPEWRITER AGENCY.
phone Main 7162, Raleigh bldg, Port
land, Or. Sea the new model No. I Oil
ver, before buying a typewriter. Oliver
typewriters sold snd rented..
M. A. QUNST ft CO,
DISTRIBUTORS OF FINK CIGARS.
EVErLINO ft FARRELL. PRODUCE
and commission merchants, 140 Front
at., Portlar.d. Or. Phone Main 171
OREGON FURNITURE" MANUFAC
turlng Co. Mnufeturers of furnt-
Ttire Tor the raae. t-oniana. ur.
VAniUM" A c6.: who'I-ESALfe ofto-"
eers, - manufacturers ana commission
merrna'ts. etn ann ui sts.
IrL'RNltURK MANUFACTURING AND
special orders. I Ruvensky'a furnl-
ttire factory. 107 Front at
ALLKtJ ft LEWIS, COMMISSION AND
produce merchants. Front and. Davis
sts., fortisnn. ur.
wIidLi:ftALE " cft6KB'Rf ' and
glaaa wa4-PraeX-JIegeJa A Co-ForU
LEWIS HTENQER BARBERS' SUPPLY
Co., Barbers' Supplies, Barbers' Fur
niture. Berbers' Chalra 10th ft Morrison.
"From the Philadelphia Presa
"Tf4cu feel chilly," said Jie. as thev
strollrd. "remember I have your ehawl
here of) my arm." "You might put it.
Large Crowds lleet Jloyer
, and Darrow and IlOjld
Bir Demonstration. - r
(Bpeetal Dispatch to The leeraaLt
, Spokane,- Wash., Sept It. When
Clarenca Darrow and . Charlea Moyer
reached Mullln yesterday they, war ao
corded a clamorous reception. . They
were met at the train, and 100 people
marched In parade In their honor. . At
the Auditorium 1,600 people assembled
to hear the apeakera . - ' . .
Moyer spoke first, thanking the people
of Coeur d'Alene for their support In
the defense of Petlbone, Adams, Hay
wood and himself. Mr, Darrow In his
address said: , . M ,
"The formation of unions had only
been following the lead of tha employer,
which had been directed toward tha tor.
matlon of trusts. ' .
"Tha present Industrial system la one
great grab for wealth, but I believe the
day of atrlkes has passed, for the sim
ple reason that. the price of wages can
not be raised aa fast as tha price of
The solution t tha problem, aooord
Ing to Darrow, wae a political one, and
lay In the ballot box, and ho advised
tha people against voting for the Dem
ocrats or Republicans simply becauee
their fathers did. He attacked the Judi
ciary system of tha United States, arid
warned the -people against voting for
judges who enjoined them and . sent
them to Jail without trial.' 4 ,'x - v .
TRIAL OF DORCAS .
- HAMBLETQX SET
- ' (Spedal CMapateh to The JooreL
Baker City, Or, Bept 12. The ease
of the-state against Dorcaa Hambletoa
has been aet for September It. Mra
Hambleton will be tried for her life, as
she la accused of killing her husband.
She admits doing mo anooung dui
fwe' la, -was as is. swu. Buianaa
aa ho atruck her and threatened bodily
Injury, No one aaw the ahootlng and
only elrcumstantlal evidence can be
introduced agalnat her. Attorney
Charlea F. Hyde hae been In the vi
cinity where the ahootlng occurred -aa
curing evidence to show that Hamble
ton had abuaed and mistreated her and
had at previous tlmea Inflicted bodlly
lnjury. . .-. - ' : ' t J'
FARMERS BUILD T-','7
. CSoeclat Dlssateh to Tke JenraaL) .'
, Spokane, Wash., Sept II. Tha farm
era around Republic. Washington, have
started a 10-mile road, which will run
from upper Tunk creek to Republic via
Eneas valley.. The work Is very diffi
cult on account of the amount of grad
ing, and 10 teams and 120 men nave
been employed to do the work. .
Sea the show at tha "Niekelodlon,"
110 Sixth atreet thla week. See the
"Golden Grain Granules." moat beauti
ful ad thrown on tha curtain.
. tOW RATES
( surrBtjCBiB'n, is, it.
Chicago and return. I7LI0.
' St Loula and return, $47.10.
StPauL" Minneapolis, Dulutb, 8upa
rlor. Winnipeg and Port Arthur and re
turn, $10. '. ; ' . -I - ,
5 TRAINS DAILY S
For tlcketa, sleeping car reservations
and additional Information, call oa or
address H. DICKSON, C, P. ft T. A
laa nrnu st, tomtxuxi, om.
Telephones: Main 110. Horn A-ltll.
Weekly Freight and Fassengev
BMrvloe of tie Flae Steasaehlp
Leaves TOMTLAtTO every BCoaday, SiOO
p. aa from Oak-treet 2ook, tot
EMPIRE NORTH BEND
Freight Reoeived Tin 4 p. m. on Day
(. . . .. of SalUns
" FAma From "tfortland, lsVolass,
$10,004 ad-olaas, S7.ao, laolndlag berta
and aaaala. , :
' Inquire City Ticket Office.' Third and
Washington sta, or Oak-street Dock,
FOBTZAJTS W FTJOaT SOTOD
S. S. " Redondo"
Balling from Couch street dock. Port
land for Seattle, Tacoma, Everett and
Belllngham, September It at I p. m.
- FaUBXatCT V
Connecting at Seattle ' for Noma
Golofnlnln, St. Mlchael.t'hena and Fair
banks with steamers Pleiades, Hyadea,
Lyra, Mackinaw, Ohio.
Scbubach ft Hamilton. General Agents,
F, P. Banmgartner, Agent Portland,
. Couch street dock.
.Phonea: -Main 111; Home A4141.
Daily (except Thursdays). Leaves Aldel
street dock 1 a. nv
' Sundays S a. aa, fX romad trip.
' psioaa aiaXaf mm-.. .
ioitk nemo iniMnrf co.'s
Roanoke and Geo. W. Elder
Ball for Eureka, Ban Francisco and Los
Angeles direct every Thureday at 1p.m.
Tlckst offlca lit Third .near Alder.
Coltfmbta River Scenery
aUdVXJLTOts ,Ula fTSdtsTSS.
' pally service keteea Pertlaal ee4 1
Dallae, ezoM lular,. leevIM Partiaad at
I a a, arrrrtag abaet 4 p. a, earrrs
fralfkt end paaarra. Hplaiild acceaaawaa.
lima for ootllta aixl llraetork.
Ick font ef A Mar et Portland; el
Covet st, 'iae Dallee. rbaee Mala lie. Pertiaae,
T '. V'- "
Tor It hour the ferryboat James
John was under arrest,' but Is now out
on ball. It was 'taken In' last night
by-Deputy Sheriff Harry Bulger on a
warrant Issued from the circuit Court
Not being able to take the boat to jail.
Deputy Sheriff Sara Wagner was left In
custody of the boat until It was "balled
out' this morning." From Tha Journal,
September I," J
Deputy Wagner got a warrant
And, of words, let out a torrent
Because it said. "Arrest A. Boat"?
"I've heard 'em called a 'dopey crank,'"
Bald he, "or else a 'bloomln' tank.'
But never beard Just make a note
Of a booser sailed 'A. Boat'
"Tve arrested many a hag,
Many a Weary-Wtllle wag.
And everything that boose wit! tote;
But I've got a kick a com In"
If I muat round town go roamla',
Look In', for a wheesv bloat v
Which is tagged 'Jamea John A
i Boat'" .
"Surely this must be a Jolly.
But I'll Ju.t lump on tha trolley.
, . And go V Bt Johns, where all things
float; , , ;
Maybe there I'll find the snooser, T -
Gee, but he must be a booaer, -,
And carry with him an Iron throat.
To get such a tank he's tabbed A
- Boat K- ' ,. .
At St Johns he 'gan to rustle, '
And got on a mighty hustle.
And searched tha town to place ra
1 mote; . .
Then he thought they must have bid
When a wag said, just to kid him, - . v
"At the ferrv. when It'll float
you u. una . jemea jonn a
And ho gava his eyes a rub,
Stood gaslng at that floating tub,
The words ha said I'll not quota. .
Now In thla there was no guyln', '
For upon Its walla a dryln? , .
There In big black lettera wrote. '
Waa, "Jamea John.', upon a boaW V -,
"Tra arrested an, by Jlnka, ' Y
From gsy congressmen to 'Chinks.' . .
Or kinky cowboy 'thout his ooaf ;
And so' then and there he nailed It,.
Though 't wasn't leaking, still they
bailed It - .
n aaeai iso'ei vi
Bo ends tha arrest o' James John A
i' - Boat ,.- n '
t . . ;'. Bsn Bolt.
NEW HEALTH BOARD
PREPARES TO FIGHT
J (PaeiHe Coast Preas Leaaed Wire.)
San Francisco, Bept It. The . new
health board aDDolnted last Saturday by
Mayor -Tajrlor heldUe first -T.sula.
meeting yesterday at - the board of
health headquartera. Dr. William
Ophubt'waa elected president The new
board will hereafter meet every day at
4:10 to dlscusa tha eltys present sani
5 Oregon State Fair
Salem, Ore.. Sept. 16-21 Inclusive
Th ursdayf Sept. 19th : ;
$1.00 -Round trip $1.00
$5,000.00 Pacing 'Race for 2.09 Class Horses on Portland
DaytheXargesFPurse Ever . ClveiTlnerNprthwest. .
Big Livestock Show and Parade
W." IL DOWNING, Pres. V F. A. WELCH, Sec
Consult a live, wide-awake specialist about your ease on who ha ex
perience, skill and ability, on who can sve you tha best) treatment to
ba had on th Pacific coast, regard less of prloe. Wi our men. and hav
cured trior cases of weaknee and special allaient of tnea than any
other specialist In Portland, If yon do not know what th troubl Is,
consult us f re of chars and find out. , i
Seek Help Where It Is
Certain to ; Be Found .
. , .. , ... .'. , . ,,; , . ; . v
' -This lnstltuUdn ha built up Ha splendid practice more by th free
advertlslnr Slven It by Ita PERFECTLT SATISFIED PATIENTS, who
hav received - th- benefit of IU modern, actantlflo and legitimate
method than. In any other way. :If you are not a perfect man come
to ua Isn't It worth tha little Urn It wlU Uk . when yott are
CERTAIN -that - yon - will - hav th-benefit of HONEST, v SINCERE
physicians who never attempt to deoelv yon In any wayT A consul u
tlon cost yon nothlns EXCEPT yeur wn Urn. ( ; . i
' ST Tar SararlMMa ' J , MM WW VUJ bU
' We enrn safely and promptly WEAKNESS, LOST MANHOOD, BKETV-
MATORRHOEA, BPECfrlC BLOOD POISOf IN ALL STAGES. VARI
COCELES HYDROCELE, GONORRHOEA. GLEET, OR ANT OF THB
DISEAASS COMMON TO MEN. f sreonal attention given all paUenta .
'. In aelentins a' physician or specialist, when In need of one, some
consideration and thought ahould be given to th quallf Icatlona, expert
ence and length of time an Inatltute or medical man ha been located -In
th city. It stands to reason that an Institution that has stood th
test of time and numbers Its cures by th thousands I far superior to '
mushroom Institutions that spring up In a night, last a few month and -are
gone. -We hav ben curing men IT years and ar tb oldest spe
cialists curing msn In Portland. . -:
'ws Invite taoee who hav die gas ted and aaronl dlaoruerg to cell 7
and be examined. Ooasnltaajoa aad enamlaatloa 1 . free,, aad Carries
with it no obUg-eMoa to agaw a garrtoea. f:
Oat office ar equipped with th moat modern and aelenttflo me
chanical devleea for the treatment of chronio dlseasea. Ouf chargea ar
reasnnabl and -In reach of any worklngman. 1
Write If you rannot call. Our system of home treatment I alway
CERTAIN and most successful. All correepondence sacredly confidential!
HOURS -I a, m. to p. m.; Efninga, T to 1.30; Sundays, I a, nv to
II noon. '.,'. . - - - ' '- :
oomirem sxoon asro TA-taaxi.
HARAIIAN REPLIES TO -
. i CHARGES OF ENEMY
V evavaswawSBwaaaefaaaw t4
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; New York. Septv 1 1. President Hara
han'a reply. to Sttjyveaant FUh's charges
waiTTead at the meeting of tha direct
ors of the Illinois Central this morning.
It was announced that no further action
would be taken, the Inference being that
Harahan made a aatlafactory explana
tion to the board. .
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J. PIERCE. Ill First iL PorUand. Or. I
No man I? stronger
v hl weakest part
: Ote-; :vi ift
f T VwUUl-
men have ;- ptrfect strength. Ut31ag SpecUU.t
' : . If I were asked to point out a man in full and perfect gtrength. I
would not look for one with the largest muscles, the strongest
frame, nor the. ablest in physical endurance. It is true that strength
of the muscles, cords and sinews must be built upon the foundation of
s good vitality, but on the. other hand it is most easily undermined
when the vitality is impaired. . I would rather choose a man that I
knew bad true vigor, that I knew had undergone no early dissipation,
that had no spermatorrhoea, varicocele or hydrocele, and who was not
suffering from any latent disease such as contracted disorders and
contagious blood poison. Men who are free and clean from disease
and weaknesses of this special nature have better vim, more energy
and vitality, and who accomplish most in every field of endeavor. -
Weakness Wrecks Men's Lives
Many a youth of splendid
weaknesshennature-e-wJucIijnadehira delay seeking medical aid
until it had become serious, and greatly injureThis life's opportuni
ties. 1 1 have seen thousands of these cases, and have heard the story
of their suffering. Usually there is also a history of incompetent
treatment by family doctors, patent medicines, electric belts, and un
principled medical institutes and so-called "specialists." ,
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Get the Best Treatment First .
I have been treating Men, and men only, for nearly 25 years. 1
have an established reputation in Portland, which I hold as a priceless
asset. I undertake only curable eases, and when I promise a cure I
guarantee it, and my business standing and bank references assure
the patient that my guarantee is absolutely binding. I do not think
I can show better faith in my ability and methods than my unqualified
Offer to patients to . . . ,
PAY WIIEN CURED i
In , Simple
Functional weaknss In men la
' In reality a comparatively almple
ailment, and la but a symptom of
local disorder, a state ef chronio In
flammation of th prostate gland.
No stimulating treatment, whether
Internal or locally applied, can do
more than excite a temporary ao
trtvlty. By my eyetem of local
treatment I restore absolutely
normal conditions throughout the
' organa-Involved, whiehv- peemptly
results In complete and permanent
restoration of strength and vigor.
This treatment I original with me,
and I th only radical and certain
ur yet devised.
Varicocele la relaxation, knotting
and twisting of th most vital
blood vessels of the organlo system.-
It stagnate tb local clroti
latlon and Interferea with the pro
eeaee of waste and repair. Neglect
bring derangement of funotlon
and Injnry to tb general health.
Moot physician resort to surgical
operatlona aad hospital treatment.
I' offer not only REH ConeultaHon and Advlr
- . , .11, maVa a 1'. ...ill 1'.. ..In. '
-xnni cvran id aia a win m x l, .
without charga No ailing man ahould negUct thla .
expert opinion about hla trouble.
If you cannot call, write for Diagnosis CVvart. Mf r
all day from S a, m. to I P nt, and Sundays from 19 to 1
crjo DOCTOR TAYL
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is the new war cf
saying ftrfect paints,
fect when you
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promise has failed because of some
Why Pay More to
Others of Less Lx
perieace sad Skill?
I eur ' Varicocele without 'opera,
tlon, pain or detention from bust
ne.a My- cures are absolutely
permanent and no 111 effects vr hat
aver can follow my treatment. -
I hav reduced th time required
for earing contracted disorders
about ons half. This la an Im
portant achievement. It r.plaes
danger with aafety. It for'ti,s
-chronio -emp! icatlona It romov.e
the Infection and Inflammation be
fore that vital center, the pros
tata glaad, can become invnlrrrt.
To many men It means the differ
enc between perfect health mi a
lifetime of misery and functional
weakness. My method Is min.
alone. My treatment Is ortsnixi.
In some featuree It reeembl. tr.
ordinary. In lte chl.r ".minis it
is different. In re.ults It is en
tirely different It Is safe. promjA
' Th shove, together with Orr'ni
Weakn'ne, K.rvn lhl'ltatlnn, I a
Vigor, Pp.ClflO l,Ioo1 l'.)n. Kin .
ture. Piles snd i,n-it Aii.n..,
constitute my si mity and . t ,
only diseases 1 limt.
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