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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL. PORTLAND, MONDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER'. 30, ' 1907.
FOX CO. 8ANITART PLUMBERS,
Jul 2d, bt Main and Salmon. Oregon
r-hone Main 9001. . .
& RADRMAcIIER RB-
lo No. 101 Hurnsld et
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHERS .
MISS' L B. MAT. 0t WETLAND
Copying deeds and abstracts epeo'ity.
FA V E ., HANDLE, 465 .. BHEULOCK
" H.ig. " - -v- 1
. 1 AIMING AXD PAPEKLNQ.
P. A. DOANB GIVES BEST ESTIMATE
for sstlsfactory work. IM Yamhill
OODEN REAL K8
loana 8m ua before
sslaslppl eve. Phone
ONE FOR GRAIN
JIIID OWE FOR rm
Two Large Steamers Char
tered Today to Load Here
at Early Date.
WIIUAT FOR EUROPE
LUMBER FOR CHINA
HT5G"nSf:A, RfiAt febtltB aNd I
. . v tain
loans: estaoiianea . iu -. i
6phTnx AoiiMcrV DEALERS nJ
real eetate and rentals. tQl Stark
at. Main (144.
FOR F"ARM 8 ' OF KVERf DEBcRlP-
tlon. W. w. JCapey. Ill vommrciai
W. WOLFSTEIN, DEALER IN REAL
French Bark Vlnccnnrs Recur
Cargo In Quick Order and Will
Probably Start for England To
morrow Dalgnnar Clean.
tat and rents collected. 110 1st at.
TIN ROOFINO. OUTTERINO, . RB
- pairing and general jobbing. J. Losli,
ill jerrersnn at. raeuic nzt
WARREN CONSTRUCTION CO.
. Etreet paving. aMawajka and crosa-
' ,nt- ' Lumber Exchange.
THE RARBER ASPHALT PAVING CO.
I of Portland. Office CKt Worcester blk.
' . '. ; SAFES.
PORTLAND SAFE CO., SOLE AGENTS
ror Herring-Haii-Marvln aafea and
Manganese Steel Safa Co,' bank aafaa;
20 aecond-band fireproof safes and bank
safes, very cheap. Sea them or write
, ua. i Ttn at.
VI EliULD WANuAKESS SAFES
iarga lina carried. Lock-outit opened.
Ihona. J. Fi.
DaTle. C Id.
SAFES FOR SALE. LOCKOUTS OPEN.
el. autoa and machinery repaired. Co-
luiTi.im ttnn r.nyinwft; Bare worKa. Z44 HI.
MANGANESE BTEEL BANK SAFES
(original) fire-proof aafea, "vault
rrontn. Tbe MoalT Pafe Co.. 108 2d at.
fellOWCASES AND FIXTURES."
. SHOWCASES ' OF. EVERT DESCRIP
tlon; bank, bar and atore . flzturaa
maa to wraer. The L,utke Manufao
taring vo.. Portland. .
R. 11. BIRDSALL. DESIGNER: AOT. M.
winter mumper Co. 7 Hamilton bldg.
Exportera are atlll engaging reeeala
to carry away Oregon producta, although
the fleet of grain and lumber-carrlera
now en rout la much larger than ever
before In the history of the port. Two
new chartera were announced thla morn
Ing, one being the British ateamer
Bramley for lumber for the orient, and
the other being the Brltlab ateamer
Fitapatrick for wheat for Europe.
Balfour. Quthrle A Co. will load the
Fitapatrick and the cargo of the Bram
ley will be furnlahed by aeveral ml 11 a.
The Fltanatrlck la now about to arrive
at San Franclaco with a cargo of coal
from Newport Newe and the Bramley
Is now about due there with m. ririo
of coal from Auatralla. Roth are larra
rarrlere, the Fitapatrick being able to
carry away about 7,000 tone of wheat
and the Bramley about 1. 600,000 feet
of lumber. ' -
Portland haa held tha lead on the
Pacific coast In point of the amount of
tnnnaaa en route to loa.4 rraln nt lum
ber, and the (hipping hooked for thla
port during the winter will by far aur-
paaa all former, record That the
greater bulk of the grain from both
Washington and Oregon will find Ita
war to the world'a markets thrnnrh
Portland la now mada certain alnra 11
of the Puget Sound cttlea combined have
only about one-third aa much tonnage to
arrive aa Portland. It waa reported
thla morning that the Britlah at en mer
Onracube Which waa charter the other
day to load on the Sound will in all
probability be diverted to thla port also.
ma vrencn oar vincennea finished
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' : V;;S;; v '"' ;; ;. VV '' v''v
J.' ..... j,,. .. , - ..... ...
S ' S: , , .. : (. T: y '.
fined him to hie room for a time. Re
covering be finished hie achooL :
Thla start In Oregon waa the fotinda
tlon of hla after brilliant career. Peace
to hla memory. CYRUS IL WALKER.
' "aawaaaaaiBBaiaiawwwiBaw f
Spokane at the A. V. P.
." '"(Special Mapateh to The Journii.)'
Spokane, Wash., Sept 10. Thla city
will have a -430,000 building - at - tha
Alaaka-Tukon exposition to be held at
Seattle In 1909. Seventy-flva of Seattle's '
leading business men, aeveral exrjy
tion offlcera and Senatora Pilee Jd
Ankeny -were here and banqueted, at
Davenport'a. Harmony prevailed and all
decided to pull for Seattle In 1909.
y ....... noa Engine and Train, 10 Miles from Shanlko, on In UlaJ Trip.
(Special Dtapetcb ' te The JoeraaL) I California, by the Central Oreeon Trana.
Shanlko, Or, Sept. 0. The great l. Portatlon and Forwarding company.
ii" cugum im oi iv norsepower. or
the latest type, and burna oil aa fuel.
It la 1eala-nud eaneclallv fnr nn
logging grounda and rough roada. It la
..( i A
ton road engine that la to carry freight
between thla railway terminal and the
Interior plalna in lieu of rail transpor
tation, la at laat on Ita own wheel a.
travel In tinder Ita nwn aluai . H
drawing ita atrlng of 10-ton freight
WaCOna With MM It haa Kn Krn.i.h,
- wm ui iupj ii k i a'aus j ui ow H lU 4 I'll X ilB CaaiB D
up from the factory at Sacramento, 1 10-ton carrying capacity each. A
geared in auch a manner that hill climb.
ma. ia mane comparatively eaay.
Reside the engine there are alx care
and the water tender, which haa a ca
pacity of 800 gallons. The cars bavs a
on tha front of tha engine has a capac
ity of 400 gallons. The first car back
or ma engine la provided with an auxil
iary engine of 14 horsepower. This en
glne la uaed only on very ateep grades,
womi int t rain is neavuy inaoea.
Tha train will be operated between
thla point s and Madras, a dlatance of
40 miiea, and will no doubt be a great
boon to the Interior country In general.
The average apeed traveled la about
inree muee per hour.
A 11 la nee. Coos Bay
Johan Poulsen, San Franclaco. . .Oct.
TIUXSIFR An HAtrirwn loading here this morning, and will prob
?f ByUt AAU HAUIONO ably leave down tomorrow. She was
OLSIEN-ROE TRANSFER CO..
Henry Roe. W. A. Cleland.
F. P. Sbeascreen.
General transfer and storage; aafaa,
- pianoa and furniture moved, packed and
hipped. 204 Oak at Phone Main 547.
Pacific 1061. Home A-2247.
C O. PICK OFFICE (I 1ST ST BE-
tween Star' and Oak atar Bhu It!
Pianoa and furniture moved and packed
for shipping r -commodious brick ware
house with separata Iron rooms. Front
and Clay ate. . '
PENINSULAR EXPRESS 4k BAOOAOS
Transfer. 247 Alder at. Mai
OREGON TRANSFER CO., 144 N. 4TH.
Main 49. Heavy hauling and storage.
Independent baggage! a r an a-'
far Co. Storage. 324 Stark. Main 407.
dispatched In unusually quick time, the
iirii aacK or gram naving oeen sent
Into the hold laat Thuraday. The car
go consists or z,o tone of barley and
400 tone of wheat to atlffen her. The
Vincennea will clear for Ipswich, Eng
land. . The British ahlp Dalgonar, Captain
rect With 149,334 bushels of wheat, val-
uru ai fict.fuu. ene ia in tne stream
reauy 10 proceed to sea.
City of Panama. San Francisco. .Oct
Roanoke. San Pedro and way.. Oct 10
Alesla, orient net. if
jv icomeaia. orient Nov.
Numantla, orient Nov. 30
easeia la Port.
Tola. Br. ah.Y ' N. P Mill
ImlKOnar. Br. ah. Rtream
Slam,. Or. ah.. .... .Portland Lumber Ca
vincennea r. hk .nnliimhla Mn
North King, Am. tug Astoria
Aniemne. Am. sen Foot of I.tn.-nln
St. Nicholas, Am. ah Aatorla
Bt. ixuia. Ft. bk ....Astoria
Biramneae, Br. aa.. Portland Lumber Co
North Star Am. tug Astoria
yoi. oe vuie Muriel. Fr. bk..Col. No. 2
Berlin, Am. ah Oobla
r.muv r. wmtney, Am. bk St. Johns
uraye Harbor, Am. aa..Wlll. I. A R wks.
oaivaior, Am. acn.
Admiral Borrenaon, Nor. as.
Arabia, Oer. as.
Klsa. Am. aa.
Andy Mahoney, Am. ach.
Redhill. Br. aa
Irene, Am. ach.
Ty merle, Br. aa
Caaco, Am. aa
Den of Airlie, Br. aa . .
Nome City. Am. aa
Breakwater. Am. aa. ...
Wailacut, Am. barge
. . .P. Lbr. co.
. ..O. R. &
O. St C.
. . .Oak street
DELAYED BT FOG.
CLEAN TOWELS DAILT COMB.
brush, aoap, $1 per month. Portland
Towel supply Ca. 9ut and
Couch sts. '
' THE OLIVER TTPEWRITER AQENCT.
phone Main 7952. Raleigh bldg., Port
land, Or. . See the new model No. 6 Oli
ver, before buying a typewriter. Oliver
typewriters sold and rented.
NEW AND 2ND HAND. ALL MAKES.
rented, repaired, sold. f. 1). C Uo.
( WHOLESALE JOBBER3
' M. A. GUN8T A CO,
DISTRIBUTORS OF FINE CIGARS.
- EVERD1NG A FARKELL, PRODUCE
and commission merchants. 140 Front
1et. Portland. Or. Phone Main 179.
OREGON FURNITURE MANUFAC
turlng Co. Manufacturera of furnl
' tore for the trade. Portland. Or.
WADHAM1 A CO- WHOLESALE ORO-"
cera," manufacturers and commission
i merohS'ts. 4th and oak ata.
. FURNITURE MANUFACTURING AND
s 3 special ordera. L. Ruvenakys furnl-
- fOPlasloryr 7 roni at.
ALLEN & LEWIS, COMMISSION AND
.. v produce- merchant. Front and Davis
ata.. fort land. or.
Ilarrlman Liner Costa Rica In From
The Harrlman liner Costa Rica had to
arop ancnor aeveral tlmee laat night on
ner way up tne river from Astoria and
It waa nearly 8 o clock . when she
reacnen Ainsworth wharf this morning.
She waa expected here last night Banks
of dense fog made it Impossible to pro
ceed, and the mudhooka were left hang
ing over the bow all the way up ao
they could be let go an a moment's no
tice In case of getting lost in the de
ceiving vapor. . i ,
The Costa Rica brourht a full rn
and a aoodlv number of naasenffera
captain mason reports a line voyage,
aside from the fog on the river, and
says he sighted two French vessels off
the mouth of the Columbia. By cross
ing in yesterday afternoon the Costa
Rica escaped the blow which sprang up
shortly after and which Is now tossing i
the aea Into towering breakers. I
The North Paolflc Steamship com
pany a ateamer George W. Elder la due
here tomorrow from San Pedro vio 8an
Johan Poulsen Am. as. .. Montgomery 3
Genevieve Mollinoa, Fr. bk.. .Greenwich
W. F. Jewett. Am. ach. Goble
Coata Rica, Am. atr. Ainsworth
W. F. Garms, Am. ach Knappton
James Ralph, Am. ach Westport
Redondo, Am. atr Couch street
steamers Northland and Tosemlte for
jTuruana. naiuMi yesterday, ateamera
Georg, v. Eiaer and R. D. Inman for
San Pedro, Sept. 19. Arrived, steamer
vaaunne. irom Astoria,
Astoria, Sept 30. Condition of the
uar ai a. m.. amootn; wind southeaat
40 miles; weather cloudy.
Tldea at Aatoria todayHigh water:
3:05 a. m., 5.9 feet; 7:21 p. m.. 7.0 feet.
Low water: 1:25 a. m,. 1.4 feet: 1:25
p. m., 4.1 feet
. . .London
. . .London
praei. Hegele A Co, Port
LEWIS-8TENGER BARBERS' 6UPPLT
o., Haroers- supplies. Barbers' Fur
nlture. Barbers Chairs, loth A Morrison,
Low Rates From
During September and October the
Great Northern railway will aell colo
nist tickets from all eastern polnta at
greatly reduced rates.
Jfew Tork to Portland ftKO.OO
Mtautau to jroxxiana .4!.4F.
Chicago to Portland... 833. OO
Mlnneapolla to Portland (
Duluth to Portland -825.00
Sioux City to Portland. .) ,
Proportionate reductions from other
points. Now la the time to send for
your friends. Orders for ticketa will
receive prompt attention. Additional
Information on application to H. Dick
son. C. P. A T. A.. 122 Third street.
Portland. Or. Phones Main S0. Home
MESSAGES FROM OCEAN.
New Steamship Governor Reports
Off Heceta Head.
The weather bureau station at North
Head received several wireless messages
irom tne .i-acinc coast Hteamshlp com-
?any's new ateamer Governor, bound
rom San Francisco for Puget Sound,
last night. The messages were picked
up by wireless station at North Head
and transferred to the weather bureau
for transmission to the head office here.
xv;v ocioca last nignt the Gov
ernor waa off Heceta Head and should
be well along toward Cape Flattery thla
afternoon and ought to reach Port
Townaend this evening. This is the
first voyage north of the Governor, and
henceforth messages will ha nmIv
from her regularly. With the Governor
aim x-rmiueni sending in messages both
going south and north the weather bu
reau here will be In pretty good shape
ivi cr i uuhlru tin r imnn stnnsfi-!
- a- a- - WUUIVJUIIB
UI 111 If CUttBL.
Bagnlar Zdaers Due to Arrive.
G. W. Elder. San Pedro and way. .Oct
Redondo, Seattle Oct
Alliance. Coos Bav ' ' w
rean water, ceos Bay Oct
City of Panama, San Francisco.. .Oct
wanuw, nan fearo and way
coata Rica, Ban Francisco Oct 11
Numantla, orient Oct 2?
Nlcomedla, orient bet 25.
Arabia, orient Dec. 25
Begnlar Llnars to Depart
Breakwater, Cooa Bay Sept 30
Arabia, orient Oct
Redondo, Seattle Oct' 3
SJ?' San Franclaco '.'.Oct J
G. W. Elder. San Pedro and way. .. .Oct 3
Zinntber Carriers 8a Xoata.
Thomas L Wand. Am. atr. San Francisco
Susie M. Pluramer, Am. sch..Guaymas
Lettitla, Am. nch San Franclaco
Mabel Gale, Am. ach San Francisco
tt. r. uanns, Am. sen Ban Pedro
Virginia, Am. ach Port Loa Angeles
iaiunu, jm. as Ban Franclaco
J. B. Stetson. Am. aa San Pnnni.
Aurella. Am. sa San Francisco
Excelsior. Am. ss Ran
Northland. Am. ss San Francisco
R D. Inman. Am. aa. ...Ban Franrlam
Sn Sonte With Cement and General.
outuicui.il, or. an ..Hambur
orenn, T. ok
Europe. Br. bk
Genevieve Molinoa, Fr. bk.
nene iwervuer, Fr. an
Laennec. Fri ah
Le Pilier. Fr. bk
Martha Roux. Fr. bk
Mozambique, Br. bk Newoaatla v.
Samoa, bc Sbleldi
Thiers, Fr. sh Newcastle, E.
Marechal Turrene, Fr. bk Hamburg
Villa de Mulhouse. Fr. bk An two
Guethary, Fr. bk Antwerp
Plerrl Loti, Fr. bk. Antwerp
Walden Abbey. Br. ah Am twern
Gleneaslln, Br. ah .Antwerp
Versailles. Fr. bk Lelth
General de Bolsdeffre. Fr. bk... London
General de Negrier, Fr. bk London
Bayard, Fr. bk ....Antwerp
Ville de Dijon, Fr. bk Antwerp
aiivsb jnaric, r r. Da Antwerp
Eugene Rergallne, Fr. bk. .... .Antwerp
n. riiusiiiiciu, ur. oa . . . .Honolulu
Arctic Stream, Br. sh Rotterdam
Crown of India, Br. bk Antwerp
Cornll Bart, Fr. bk Antwerp
Juim uummes, ( r. ok KOtterdam
Edward DetallleFr. bk....... Antwerp
Emilia Galllne, Fr. bk. ........ .London
n,mesi iegouve, Fr. bk Antwerp
itajore, tsr. sn London
Goal Snips Sn Bout.
Belen, Fx. bark Nwecastle, A.
Ciaverdon. Ur. sh Newcastle. A.
Wlllscott. Am. bk Newcastle, A.
Port Patrick, Br. sh Newcastle, A.
ot xmrren, tir. an Newcastle, A.
Crlllon, Fr. bk Newcastle, A.
Ardencralg, Br. bk Newcastle, A.
riUgene isjcnneioer, mr. DK.lNewcastie, A.
Buffon. Fr. bk ..Newcastle, A.
astie nocK, ur. en.. Sydney, A.
Knight Templar. Br. aa. . .Newcastle. A.
wenry vniaro, Am. str. . . .Newcastle, A.
Thordia, Nor. atr. . . . . . .Moraran, Japan
Homeward Bound, Am. bk. Newcastle, A.
mmuy rieea, Am. Bh Newcastle, A.
Ancalos, Br. sh . . .Newcastle, A.
Brlzeux, Fr. bk Newcastle, A.
Brodick Castle, Br. sh. ...Newcastle, A.
Tramp Steamers Ba Bonta,
African Monarch, Br. ss....,,. ...Japan
Inveran. Br. aa . .Port Los Ant-plea
rernuene, jesr. sir.,..
Terje Viken, Nor. ss
Strathenrlk, Br. ss San Francisco
a iituiuii iviuiiartjii.' ni. ma. . .Ban irranciaco
Ort in I wtratnniian, Br. ss..... Vancouver, B. C.
riT. , I Strathearn. Br. ss. .. San Francisco
Netherlee, Br. ss .-.Bremerton
tiriusn Monarch, ur. an. .aan-Francisco
FitspatneiafBr. ss San Francisco
Bramley, Br. ss. ........ San Francisco
Garacube. Br. ss. ......San Franclaco
Oil Steamers One.
ALONG THE WATERFRONT
The steam schooner Breakwater de.
parts thla evening for Cooa Bay. Sh
Will go On the drydock here nnnn hap
The steam achooner Paam haa
o iou lumoer. Tne steam
schooner Johan Poulsen 1 at one of th
east sine docks loading wheat for San
The schooner W. T. Jewett whlnh ar
rived at Aatoria last nlarht waa out it
unys irum nan reoro. tne will load I
cargo of railroad ties at Gnhla for R
E. Walllna. fireman on tha ataamar
weown. was badly burned by an explo
sion on uie Doai yesterday morning and
taken to the St Vlncent'a hosnltal. In
starting the fire In the furnace Walling
iwi"i i uiivii ma u&mufri ana nju
in tne nrerox ignited wltn tremendous
rorce. throwing the fireman un on deck.
His eyes were not Injured.
xne steam schooner Aurella la due to
arrive here tomorrow with freight for
tne oan Francisco Portland steamship
company. She will discharge it at the
Ainsworth wharf. She will probably
maae several trips ror tne ran Fran
cisco A Portland Steamship company
until tne steamer mwton is ready to go
un me run.
The Iteadiny Specialist,
TELLS OF EARLY LIFE
OF C. LA FOLLETTEi
Late Pioneer Taught In Pa-
ciflc University Fifty
"I suffered habitually from constipa
tion. Doan's Regulets relieved and
strengtneneo tne Dowels, so that they
have been regular ever since." A. E.
Davis, grocer, Sulphur Springs, Tex.
FOR FIFTY-ONE DAYS
A. Osborne of Wilson Creek,
Washington, Left Home With
Much Money on Him.
(Special Dlipitcb to Tha Joarsal.)
Spokane, Wash., Sept 40. Mystery
still surrounds the disappearance 61
days ago of S. A. Osborne, of Wilson
Creek, Wush. He left home with $1,600
cash. Intending to buy cattle near Seat
tie, and haa not been heard from since.
Home think he has been murdered. In
tne meantime, tne well-known mer
chant's business haa been In tha banda
or a receiver. The assets of the firm
of 8. A. Osborne A Sons are given at
$130,000, while their liabilities will
scarcely exceed $50,000. Mr. Osborne'a
brother Bays he will find his brother if
it takes every cent he haa
The unfortunate man is 64 years of
age; oaia, except a slight fringe of Jlght
hair lightly tinged with gray; light
complexion; weight about 190 pounds;
helzht. fi fent 7 Innh.a itinfrv Xi.ii.
short, stubby mustache; little finger oi
left hand off at first Joint; small mole
on back of neck;, heavy, bushy eye
brows; wore a dark suit when last seen.
Albany, Or., Sept M. To th Ed-
Itor: Though pained to learn through
Th Journal of th death of Captain
cnanea La Follette, a pioneer of
1549, I was pleased to a his llke
neaa and read the splendid sketch of bis
Uf In your issue of th 24th Inst
MntIOn 1 made Of his bavlna- tanahr
penmanship In Pad no University. My I
iTOiuKuoa is mat it was during th
""""r v o.-; m m lower north
room of th old academy building.
i Th evenlna- he nra-anlaa hi.
" gave a lecture ana aa a phrenologist
made some examlnatlnna mw kumn.4
being among them. Th characteristics
given me were in the main - tha aama
a; given me in a chart In tb summer
oi in I at Foreat nmn h, Pi v..
ier, canea tne ratner or phrenology.
During Prof La Follatta'a TtnM
aoove mentioned, n told ua bow to cul
tivate th memory.
Commenclnr. ear Monday nla-ht txfnV
over tne events or tne aay. Than Tn...
bay nigni recall in event of that day,
and of th previous one, and ao on
through the week, then th next week
the same, and also recall In a- tha nm.
ious week, and so on through a year r
mwifl x urKCUCKDlfl. fian l talran fila
aavice i wouia no doubt have a much
better recollection of pioneer history
"u ui uwm. anowieage man l nave.
I advise some of your vounrer raaAara
m try in plan.
uurlng th writing school referral
to, we had some f reeling weather, and
cuiniua uui ox tne very warmly kept
room into the chilly night air. Prof. La
Foneite caugnt a severe cold that con-
Not th ' announcements of all other sneolal.
lets and medical Institutes and yon will ae how
little they say about their treatment for Men's.
Weaknesses and how lightly they pass over th
subject Tet on man out of every four, has- a
vital weakness, which constantly drains bis
powar, and that man "must continually fore him- -self
alone in Ms veryday path of living. Thar
Is no real joy or happiness that Is not marred by hla ver-preaent feeling
that he Is not as other' men. Now. to auch men I offer hope. I not only
hold out a helping hand to lift them up, but I urg them earnestly to ac
cept my aid. I can gain their confidence from th flrat examination by
locating th seat of their trouble exactly, and can always entirely eon
vine them ff th logical effect of my treatment when I explain Its ac
tion. I never charg for this examination or consultation. V '
"Weakness" Means Jus! This
That there Is soma functional darana-am an t the ill rax t vaanlr n In
flammation, enlargement r axceaalve aanaitlvanaaa nf tha nrnatata alan
. brought on by arly dissipation or resulting from imnrooerlv treated eon.
- tr5f"1 disorder. This condition cannot possibly be removed by Internal
miviim, nu any lunio system or treatment in at . stimulates in ac
tivity of th function can but result In- aggravating tha real ailment
Thla la a aclentlflo truth I hay ascertained after a careful and scientific
study and upon which my own original system of treatment is baaed. I
employ neither tonlca, stimulants nor electrlo belt a - I treat by local di
rect methods exclusively, and my auccess In curing even thoae caaea that
others have failed to temporarily relieve with their tonics is conclualv
evidence that my method Is th only posslbl means of a complete, radi
cal and permanent cur.
A Guarantee Worth Something'
I do not car what your experience has bean with other treatments,
what guarantees you have, and what Droralsea were nnfiilnilai in th.
past as unsuccessful, unscientific treatments and unreliable concerns are I
in no way a reflection upon honest truatworthy bualneas methods lived
up to In this city by me for twenty yeara I hay an established reputa
tion, and my guarantee means that my patients are Indisputably Insured
of success In their case. There la all th difference In the world between
m iu,nnin oi ima aina ana me promise ox loose mushroom concerns
which ar continually falling In business. 1 repeat my straightforward,
squar proposition to wait for my fee until th cur is effected.
TABIOOCZIig, SPZBKATOBBXXA, &OST YXGrOB, OBOaJrXO WfeAJC
ITSM, COXTTBAOTSD DZSOBDSBS, STBZOTTTBBS, PBCTTZO BX.OOD
POZSOV and PIXXS I also treat and cur promptly and thoroughly.
TO REVISE CODE
FOR THE W. N. G.
I offer not only FREE Consultation and Advica, but of every caa that
comes to ma I will make a Careful Examination and Diagnosis without
charg. No ailing man should neglect thla opportunity to get expert
opinion about his trouble ,
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Olympla, Wash., Sept 30. Adjutant
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.San Francisco captain W. M. Inglish, Captain Fred
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April and July. 1908. the exact date to
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