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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL. PORTLAND;. SATURDAY EVENING, . JUNE 17,' 1011.
Buddy Ryan Makes Five .Hits
in Five Times at Plate In
Loe Angeles, Cal., June 17. The Beav-
r made it three straight from the
Hooligans by administering another
aruoumg 10 nappy Jiogan's nets yes
terdey. I to I, .
Buddy Ryan duplicated his Portland
feat of making- five hlta out of five
times at tti bat 'end outdid Ma former
record by one bag. Ilia record "for yre
terday waa four , clean singles and a
triple.; , . . . ;
The pitching of Bonny Henderson, who
held the Iloollgana to three runs and
eight hlta, waa another big future of
tha game. ' Benny had tha Hooligans
eating out of hla handa and fanned eight
of thorn and only- paased two. ,
Beore la Tint. . -
Portland Jumped onto Wlllett's curves
In tha flrat Inning and made two talllea
on Ryane single and double by Krue
ger and Kappa" Tha Hoollaana cam a
eack with ona tally, .
Both teams annexed two In the fifth
inning, roruana getting tnrea hlta and
tha Hogana one blngle, Portland scored
In the alxth and aeventh Inning and
to and up well ther mada two mora In
the ninth Inning.
Barry and Fecklnpaugh were the only
Beayere not to reglater a bit '
Blx doublea were made, three by each
aide. Ryan tallied three tlmea and Artie
Krueger aoored twice. . . ...y
Tha loore: -. ,
,v ' - ' AB. R. If. P.O. A
Chadbourne, rf, t 0 I 0 0
Barry lb ., I J 0 I
Byan. cf 6 S 6 1 . j
Krueger. If ..8 S i
Kappa. ll ............ 1 0 t 11
Pheehen. Sb I 1 1 1 a o
Henderson, p ........ 4 1 ! 0 l
: Totala '. .T7o"l It S? 1
Pattarann. lb 1 A a a A A
Braahear. lb HM. j i i I
lloap, aa mm., t 1 0 . i
McDonnell, rf ........ 4
t)ii,Ml1 K ... A
Brown, o ....I!....., 1
WlHett, p i
Sheehan ............ 1
.............IS t I 17 11 ll
Sheehan batted for HotaA In ninth.
SCORE! BT INNING. , :
if w . tnieti ih
Vernon A 8 S i 0 0 0 0 0 I
JUte ......... .a 0011010 18
. BUM MART.
Three baae bitRyan. Two bae hlta
-Krueger, Carllalo, Burrell. Henderaon,
pneenan, vviiieit, eioien oanea cruia
bourne, Ryan. Krueger," Murray, Kane,
Hobd. Burrell. lturs on balla Off M il-
iril , oil mniirrmn Diruon oui
By WUlett a, by Henderson 8. Double
rlaye Hoep unaaaiated. - Wild pitch ,
wiuett. , nit oy piicneo nan f atteraon.
Time i:oo.. umpirer-Mcureevy
: "s Pete Daley Wins Game. .
San Francisco. Ca.1., June 17. Pete
Daley's home run defeated the Oaks yea.
terday. The winning run . waa made
when Daley sent the ball over tha. fence
Jn the eighth inning, ending the game
with the a to 1 score. Ilalla, the An
gel's ' new southpaw, pitched splendid
ball. The scorei 1 .
' . " R.JLE.
Los Angeles a 10 4
Oakland 1 I I
Batteries Halla and Smith; Kllroy
Seals Take Another Game.
Sacramento, Cal., June 17. The Seala
made It four straight when they de
feated th locals here yesterday by the
score of f to L The Senators, used '14
playera and . three pinch hitters. The
' ' ' R. H. EX
San Francisco , 7 12 1
Sacramento . i 1 7 1
Batteries Sutor snd Schmidt Berry;
LANGF0RD TRIMS TONY"
CAPONI IN 10 ROUNDS
Winnipeg, Man.. June f7. Sam Lang
ford and Tony Caponl fought 10 rounds
before (000 people last night Langford
had the better of the fight all the way.
In the seventh round the tar baby had
Tony almost out and the police stopped
the contest, but permitted Caponl to
continue after he had rested for a few
minutes.- Langford did not extend him
self and1 clean breaks and eight ounce
(rlnw.a .Bir. Ifnn. am4 til. m.mi...4ah
OF TH7J TEAMS
J: . Pacific Coast League.
Portland ............. 42
Vernon . . . .
8acramento . .
:-' ,w Won. Loat
Ppokane ............. 38
Vancouver', .i.. ....... 88
New York ; 27
Boston .. 28
Chicago ........... 24 .
Cleveland 21' -.
Bl. - ijOUlS . . . . . . IB '
wnicBgu ........ ... i i
New York M ,.,,. t ,..
St Louis ............
Brooklyn .... ..........
Gregg, Wins In Morning. '
Boston. June 17. Boston" - could
cure only three hHs off Southpaw Gregg
In the morning game and lost 7 to 3.
' 8core: . ' v .-. R. H. E.
Cleveland ,....... C ....... ... . . f Ik 1
Bonton ....................... S 3 6
Batteries Oregg . and Land; .Moser
and Nunamaker. '
umpires Evans ana Muuen. v
r,y, ..I 'i i y .;: $ t
High Water Stops " Shoot.
Owing to the fact that the liigh stage
of -water has flooded some of the irapa
at the Jtenton shooting grounds, It. will
be ImpoBslble for the Portland ports
men '.to entertain the " Pacific 'Indians
who are retuVnlng from the Eugene
Shoot tomorrow afternoon aa lntendod. i
BOSTON GETS THREE HITS
Vean Gregg, tha great Portland
noutbpaw, : who held .. Boston 0
three bits tola morning. Cleveland
- winning 7 to 1.' Gregg waa op
posed by Mosor, the former,Oak
land star. He now bag a record of
nine games won and four lost, a
remarkable showing for a south
paw with. his team in sixth place
and below .400. '
Boy and Girl Teams to Take
.: Part In Los Angeles
" Tha Portland Social : tarn rereln ath
letea will leave next Monday night for
Loa Angelea, where they will take In
tha Weatern National turnfeat, which
lasts from Friday until tha following
Monday. ' The Portland boy and girl
turners will be under charge of Pro
feasor Richard Genoerowekl, who has
been training them for the paat six
months tar tha Ixia Angelea event .
The turn verein , claaaea will give a
parade on tha departure of the athletes
for tha south -Monday eevnlng. . They
will form at Turners' hall. Fourth and
Yamhill and then in . automobilea will
parade tip Yamhill to Sixth on Sixth
to Waahlngton. on Washington to Fifth
and then north to tha depot. ;
Those who will repreeant the team
in tha aouth are: liana Nlcklas, W.
Emlg, A. Baumgarten, A. plobock. Ote
Hochuli, Joe Rleach. John Rleach, W.
Krauae, F. Laube, Jack Zeller, ChrU
Zeller, Ernest Smith, and Miaaea Char
lotte Ballln, Ruth Ballln, Roae Klein,
Alia Kieacn. iouisa Bouian, ciara naDe
keat, Anne Hochuli, Hannah Buck and
Vancouver Wing Again.
Vancouver, B. C, June 17. The locals
won another game yesterday although
they were outhlt, by the acore of S to
8. Furchner, formerly of - Seattle,
pitched for the Victorians" and waa in
good form but the Islandera could not
connect when hits meant rune. The ;
2 7 1
Erickson and Shea.
MAKES FIVE HITS
Buddy Ryan, the great outfielder ot i
the. Portland Coast; champions, irtl
who" made five hits. four clean
singles and a triple In five times J
't bat at Vernon yeslerCay. This
-'duplicates hialTecord against' the!
Ban, Fraucisco , cluh in - roruand J
when he pade. five, hits,
b I. :
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.800 . . fl i'
,890 :(OLOf wViv
' .644 i.,: r - t i
.489 t 3 I . JLLh
pet Liv! i ( '
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'.638 . t . )-" I
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SEE-SAW 1H 1 0TH
Mensor's Single Brings Most
; Peculiar Game in Years
to Close. . . "
After see-eawlngk for ten innings yeJ
terday, Portland won the moat panicky
and finicky game aeen here In the mem
ory of the preaent day fans. And the
aeason's record for time waa ' ecllpaed
by two mlnutea, but eight minutes leas
than three hours being required to play
the game. The previous record was MO
for the II Jo 10 Sunday game played
aeveral weeks Ago between tha same out
fits. . . j
It Was ladles' dsy and first ens and
then the other team was ahead, but the
fair ones for the moat cart remained
until Eddie' Meneor's. alngle chased
Pearl Casey aoroaa for tha winning run
in the tenth frame despite the faot that
"hubby" had to sit down to- the pickup
eaia, - ., , .
Archer started the gams for Portland
and had Manager Wlillama uaed aoute
Judgment ha would have been retired tn
tha third inning, when the Indiana found
him for three runs, Inatead of keeping
mm in until arter the alxth, when they
chaaed alx over and shoved the Nlcke
out of the lead. Lamllne and Jenaen
operated latef In fide game for tha Nicks
and Krart, Bonner and Holm worked for
tha locals.- As It 1". Jenaen gets oredlt
ror the game, while Holm la charged
with the dereat - -
Cheae Kraft la Fire.
Portland chaaed Kraft out at the box
In the flrat Inning, when Casey, Speas,
William a and Manaor acored on three
errors and three btngles.
Spokane made three In the third on
four clean hits by Coojiey, Frisk. Nor
dyke end Klppert
The Nicks made another In the third
when Speas went around on an error and
sacrifice by Williams snd Monaor.
The locals mad two more la the fifth
on a walk, Speas infield bit, an error
and Coulton's two bagger.
Tha visitors took the lead In the sixth
when two walks, a single and four
doubles by Coonny, Frisk, Tauacher and
Klppert chased six runs across.
Portland took the lead again In the
alxth by chasing three runs serosa on
two errors, Speas' doubls and Mensor's
Two more In tha seventh Off Lamllne
on a walk, a fielder's choice and a single
by Coonay and a double by Frisk, gave
tha inlandera the lead. Portland1 tied the
score on Holm in the ninth.
Bradley's Kit Vies Boots.
In the tenth a flelder'a choice after
a walk and foroeout and Kippert's fifth
hit and third- double chaaed a run In.
Bradley, who suooeeded Pettlgrew in the
ninth, after he batted In a run that tied
tha acore, threw Klppert out at the
plate on Haatys single to left and Holm
fanned for the third out..
Jensen started the winning of hla own
game In the tenth by a double to right
He - tools third after Frlsk'a catch of
Mundorff a fly and acored on Casey'a j
single. Casey went to third on singles
by Speaa and Williams snd acored on
Eddie Mensor's fourth bit a alngle that
went between Netsel and Cooney and the
game was over.
. . ARR.H.PO. A.E.
Netsei, id t 1 1 a 1
Cooney. ss I I S I 1
maK, rr l a I
Nordyke. lb 4 a 1 10
Klppert, cf . . .
e a e e
Kraft, p . . .
Bonner, p .
Holm, p ..,
Totala , 41 IS 1728 IS
Casey, 2b ......,
Mensor, bo ....
Harris, o ... .
Archer, p ..
Lamllne. d .
Jensen, p , ,
0 0 I
' Bradley, If
Totals ...1........46 IS 15 30 I 0
WlUls batted for Fraft in second.
Miller batted for Lamllne in
One out when winning run scored.
SCORE BY INNINGS.
Spokane ..... ..0 1104 1 2 0 0 112
Hits 1 2 4 0 0 5 2 1 0 217
Portland ......4 0 1 0 2 3 0 0 1 213
Hlta ........a ooiiioos 616
Struck out By Kraft 1 by Bonner 21
by Holm 2. by Archer 9, by Jensen 1.
Bases on balls Of f Bonner 1, off Arch-
Two-base hits Cooney;2, Frisk, Tauoh
er, Klppert S, Speas, Williams, Couiton.
Jensen, ' , Double plays Couiton - to
Caaey to Williams; Holm to Cooney.
Sacrifice hits Holm. Williams. Mensor.
Stolen bases Cooney. Frisk. Mensor 2,
Jensen. Hit by pitched balls Cart-
wright Williams. Innings pitched By
Kraft 1, by Bonnof 4 2-2. by Holm, 4 1-3,
bv Archer 6 1-8. by Lamllne 1 1-3. by
! Jensen S. Base hits Off Kraft 8, off
Bonner 4. off Holm 8. off Archer 11. off
Lamllne 3, off Jensen 8. - Time of
game I :oz. umpire liaumgarten. .
AMERICAN LEAGUE ' GAMES
At New York Detroit-New
game postponed; rain.
At Boston v" R. H.E.
Cleveland . 610. 1
Boston .................. .,..'2 10 1
Batteries Young and Land; Clcotte,
Papa. Hall and Kleinow, Nunamaker.
Umpires Evans and Mullen. ..
At Philadelphia! R. H. K.
Chicago 11 4
Philadelphia . . .. . . . . .. ...... .10 is S
Batteries Scott Young and Sullivan:
Coomb . and Lapp. Umpiresr-Perrine
and Dineen. r . - . ,
. , 4 R.H. E.
. . . ............... ,V :
Washington , . .. ..... 10 S
Batteries Pelty and Clarke; Walker
and Street Umpires Egan and Sheri
dan. , . . . -, ... . .
'": Tigers Torn oa Turks. ,. -
-.wo", wasi jnna itb Tiers
- - V.-..11..
hank. Weed and Skeels each connected
for two hits apUoa. , Fisher sent , the
the fence. The score, 'f
Tacoma . . .'. ... s ?
Seattle 0 s 1
paucnw ocumun aua purns; bkw
and Shea 1..' , ; . ;' .
hi c o r
Take Extra Inning Exhibition
;Game From Ladtf School
, By defeating the Ladd team on Mult
nomah field yesterday afternoon, the
Irvlngton nine cinched Its title to the
championship of the Oraromar Sobool
Baaaball league a second time, after
having originally won it la a game with
Holladay last Monday, The gams was
the eecoad defeat. administered. 'by Irv
Ingtoa to Ladd In the finals, the former
Having resulted In a score or 4 to
for Irvlngton. It to the eleventh game
Irvlngtott has plsyed Id the Orammar
league series without sustaining a de
feat It leaves the respective standing
of the five teams that won plaoee In the
finals as follows: Irvlngton 1.000: Ladd
,00; Holladay .1001 Ariel .180 1 Bitot
.000. ... , . -,. , ,-
Tha score of yesterday's game was
Irvlngton II, Ladd 13, and it required
IS Innings to decide the Issue. It was
the most ragged, game played In the
finale and waa anybody's game until the
last half of tha thirteenth when Irvlng
ton put over the deciding run. The
game was characterised by hard hitting
by both, teama and wlldneaa on tha pan
or the irvlngton pitchers.
In the first Inning Ladd put aver five
rune on several walks, a hit and three
arrora in Irvlngton's half shs put aver
one on a noma run. In the next two
Innings Ladd put over a pair of runs in
each Inning and Irvlngton oounted two In
the third. Irvlngton aben took Haydon
out of the box and put In MeLauohlan.
who held Ladd to three runs during
tha remainder of the game. Irvlngton
sent four runs across In the seventh
and Davis relieved Qorham in the box
for Ladd. Irvlngton tied the score with
two runs In tha nlntn and both teams
put over a run tn the eleventh. Ladd
had a man on third with one down in
the thirteenth, but McLauchlan fanned
the next batter and the next man went
out on an eaay fly to Bonney. Schiller
led off for Irvlngton In the thirteenth
with a single over third base. McLauch
lan singled through second on the Hit
and run play and Schiller took third.
MoLauehlan stole second and Bonney
doubled, scoring the winning run.
EVING AND LEWIS TO
SETTLE TENNIS TITLE
James F. Swing and P. W. Lewis
will meet in the final tennis match at
the Multnomah Tennis oourts this
afternoon for tha Alma D. Kats tro
phy cup. Both Lewis and Ewlng were
winners In the semi-finals yesterday.
Ewlng defeated Frohman In two sets
of three In a give and take game. Ew
lng won the first set by the soora of
to 4, and Frohman cams back in the
second set and defeated Ewlng by (
to 1. The third set was anybody's
till near the end when Ewlng slipped
tn two points and won by the score of
7 to .
Lewis played good tennis and de
feated Dr. Bllderback In two sets by
the soorea of 1-1 and -S. A five set
match will be played this afternoon.
Ewlng is handicapped owe 15, and
Lewis receive IS. .
ELKS' BASEBALL TEAM
..The Elka are out with a ball team
and intend to gather tha scalps of sll
their brethern within riding distance of
Portland. Tomorrow morning at
o'clock, the antlered herd will gather at
the Vaughn street grounds ror prao
tlce.' All aspiring ball tossers are re
quested to report to Manager H. A.
Pollts. James Ber ger will captain the
team and will, have some enthusiastic
tossers to select his aggregation from.
Some - of those who would Ilka to be
Buddy Ryans and Ty Cobbs are: Joa
Fay, Max Mlohel, Asher Houston, James
Berger. Charles Bradley, Jean Farrell.
Herman Pollts, Will Harris, K. K. Kubll.
Charles McDonald, and Edward Died-
rich. Joe Casey has already been given
the batboys Job and there will be no
need of anyone applying for that posi
tion. It Is tha Intention of the Elks
to play throughout tho state of Oregon
with other Elk lodges, thereby adver
tising Portland for the oonventlon In
1912. It la almoat certain that the
scores plied up by this team will give
them all the advertising they desire.
NATIONAL LEAGUE GAMES
At Pittsburg R.H.E.
Boston . ....... S 1
Pittsburg . 8 S O
Batteries Brown and Kllng; Cam-
nits and Btmon. Umpires CDay and
At Chicago R. H.B.
Philadelphia S S S
Chicago S II 1
Batteries aioore. unaimers ana iJoo-
in: ReuTbach and Archer. Umpire
Eaaon and Johnstone. : -
At Cincinnati Brooklyn-Cincinnati
game postponed, rain.
At St.. Louis B.U.B.
Xew York ........ 4 S
St Louis. ... ...... ....... S S s
Batteries Drucke, 1 Marquard and
Meyer; Wilson, Steele and Bresnahan,
-Umpires Klem and Emslle.
I " 1
Bids for Votes to Sheriff.
Natches. Miss., June 17. -If A. P.
Sims wins ths race for sheriff and is
elected for a four years term, he has
promised to give $2000 or oharlty.
If you suffer from headache,
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that spsiUmg laxatlvtt water
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HARRY, FORBES WINS '
IN ANOTHER BATTLE
JaneevtUe, Wis.,, Juns IT. ITnrry
Forbes, former world's bantam, eham
piorvbae another win to his credit to
day and Is mora firmly ensconaed in the
comeback class than ever In his eight
rouno dqui witn joe Homeland of St
Louis here, Forbes displayed all his old
time clevernaaa and hitting power and
won easily Homeland showed well un
til the fourth round. Forbes landed
series or hard : uppercuts whloh put
Homeland on tha defensive for the reat
or me right . , ; , , Wj
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a meraberehlp of nearly 100. The track
at Bound-up park baa been turned over
to the organisation during th summer
months and mattneea will be held every
two weeks. . The officers of the new
Olub are O. W. Bradley, president; Lea.
ter Hamley, vice president; Edgar F.
Averill. eeoretaryl L O. Frailer, treas
urer, and Frank Frailer and Oeorge
Perlnger, members at large of the exe-
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tlon and advice, but of every eaae
that comes to me I wlN make a car,
ful examination and dlaanoaia with
out charge. No ailing man should
neglect this opportunity to
pert opinion about hla trouble.
ir you cannot can,
i cannot can write for diag
ari My offlcea are open all
ml A. M. to I p. SL. od
from 10 to 1.
write for dlai
8341 Morrison Btreet Oor. geeaad,
LEE HONG CO.
Our arondarftit harh
treatment will poaltlvely
i:;(uri dlaeaaea of the
V Throat Heart Liver,
jlLunga, Stomach, Kid
?.ineys. Asthma, Pneumo
,, i nla, Conaumption,
'KChronlo Couah. Pllea.
i. Constipation. Dvaenterv.
D 1 s s I n ess. Neuralgia,
Headache. Lumbago. Ao-
pendlcttla. Rheumatism, Malarial Fever,
Catarrh, Ecsema, Blood Poison. Leu
oorrhooa. Urine and Bladder Troublao
and all organic dlaeases. Consultation
free. Write for symptom blank. Office
hours, 10 a. in. t6 p. m.; all day Sun
days. Lady attendant Lee Hong' Chi
nee Herb Co., 142 Second St, Port
land, Or. .
WHY PAT MORE
Tor inferior treatment when yon can get -the
very best medical attention at a fee
of from one-half to one-teeth that
charged by otheraT Remember that you
are not aaked to pay for any experi
menting or any failurea If your eaaa
will not yield to my treatment, X ean
aaoartaln that at the first examination,
and will frankly tell you so. I am a
specialist for men only. Ton make no
mistake by submitting your eaae ta me
first Call today and you will be on
tha road to health tomorrow. Those who
are not getting results elsewhere call
and see what the right doctor ean ao.
If you wast ev reliable guarantee, oema
to me. ,, . .-.
YOUR WHOLE FUTURE
May depend open the kind and quality of treatment yen get at first. Jfewv
how do I do itr By giving every patient that came to sea ana a strictly
scieoUfla-eatamlnaUoa one that permits of aa mistakes being made. Then
I know positively what Tve got to do and how to de It I ean take any
eaae ef TAJUCOSJI TZOraV XTSBOOaUL nOSTATa
any OmCSAJriO BXSOX9XSW, e)OKsracte
roona sxzar szamassB er svxeo Foxsoir, any xjmuui, BTOatacas,
SnasBBB as SXU VMOVMUU, asa I will aara thesa ftOcker by my meth
od ef treatment than any ether specialist la la la city, and th aura will be
percaaaent and lasting. . , .--' u
A SAFE CURE FOR EVERY HAM
My Price Are mthia tb Rch of Every Man Yon C&n
Pay Weekly or Monthly at Yon Are Able or When Cured
I want every man wha naa trta4 ha
jtckjs ana 1 wut explain to mm way 1 ean CTJUhi wnea au oiae xaiia t vea
give relief. I do not accept Insurable eapaa.
I Advertise What I DOAND I DO Wha 1 1 Advertise
Reasonable Pees Speedy Resnlta , Caarasteed Ceres
i. Jf Ton suffer from any Disease orWoekneea earned by r.aceevSedentarr
Habits, or any form Of aiasipaUon. oome and get my advice Jit Do thin, no
matter who haa advised you or treated ywa. foe I have a POtilTrVB UUKiil
ror every auon man. h
, For tne aert IS Aaye X will gtt fnTkiWaisg Jew prtees aa
all nnoomplloated eases, wttk a Bwaraaitas e asiasa yeua saeei
urety. saiiaxieo. ..'.
VARICOSE VEJTN9. from. .JSS ta fl8
HYDROCKLE, from ......S5 to fao
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1 115 1H . a" t 4
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- ' I MAK3 NO CHABOB TTHATgyiat TOR COWSrCTTATTAV, rXA''
INATIOM ANT yridj INPRMATIO!A?D TOlf HAV3 NOTlil-Na i )
PAT FOR EXCEPT 8ATI37A-CTORT TBSiATMLNT. -
- Mediclnea furnlahad from my own ktboratery. IUI ta tt fi rr t "
If you cannot call, write for particular. Many eaaea era eura , ?
Hours II U, t I P. ii. fcunJaya, 1 te 11.
ST. LOUIG MEDIC "
The tr. pn f "
TIT- VT) n1
FOR ALL AIUNG
We want an ail
ing men to feel
that they ean oome
to our office free
ly for .lamination
and explanation at
w 1 1 h a a t being
bound by any ob
ligation to. , take
treatment u n 1 e ss
they so desire. Wa
will make a thor
ough and sclentlf
Ic examination of
your aliments fre
of charxe. an ei
will djscioae your nu i.D.;.t con
dition, without a knowledge f
which you are groping in tha dark
If yon have taken treatment eine
Where without success, we will Show
you why it failed. "Every irun
ahould take advantage of this op
portunity to learn hie true condi
tion, aa we will advise him how tn
beat regain hla health, and atrengih
and preserve them unto ripe old asa
ii your case is euraoie, the
eyetem of MAN-BUILDINCJ treat
ment will give you Immediate bene
fit and a quick and lasting - cure.
There Is no uncertainty about It.
No rlak to run Our Ouarantee Kn
MONK REQUIRED UNTIL, SATIS
FIED is your absolute protection.
Wa cannot tell you In thla an
nouncement all we would like to, but
will fully and freely explain our
nroven methods tO all ailtnar man whu
oome to us for the help they need.
ATTUOTZO Kinr, before treatin
elsewhere, boaeetly Investigate . our
htu xoetaods. Tea will thmm
stead how eaellr wa eare aU earable
eaaea of YAKICOSS TZtVI. amcoirin
BtOOD POISOW. SKSTO - TIT At, DB
IXJTT, VmXTXAI. OBgTmtJOTIONg.
BLASDEI and XIDsTXT troahleo. OOST
TXAOTZU ailments. FCLXM Sad . all
SaSOTAXi ailments.. ,
What you want Is a cure. Come
to us snd get It Once under our
treatment you will quickly realise
how aimple a thing It la to get well
In the hands of a specialist who
knows his business. Our eures add
not only years to life, but life to
yeara Office hours, dally I to S:
evening, T to L Sunday a, 10 to 1
only. - .'.
DR. GREEN XO.
tea wraabinatea St. Vortlaad, Or.
I Cure Men
IS MY FEE
' : way When Cored. .
Oeaaral Oebnity, Weak STervea, la
somnia Reeultw of exposure, overwork
and other vlolatlona of Stature's laws,
Dlseasea of B lad dee- and Kidneys, Tart
ooee Veins, onlokly and penaaaoatiy
en red at small aaoense. ..
SPBCZAX. ATLMZaTTB Newly con
tracted and chropio cases cured. -All
burning, itching and Inflammation '
stopped In 14 hours. Cures effected in
seven days. Consultation free. If un
able to call, write for list of cjueetlona.
Office Hours S a. m. to 8 p. m. Sun
daya, 10 a. m. to 1 p. m. only.
PACIFIC COAST MEDICAL CO.
834 H WABSTJrCrTOV BTStEBT,
corner Strsm, vortlano. Or.
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rrlSOlB BY CSLCG1SISEVERS
aiaaaaea, WAZMrtri. BIBCB-AX,OSB,
wain ta mmt a oim ta ealT and sea ma
y " fee fey
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