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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL PORTLAND. TUESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 5. 1911.
' SEW' TODAY , ,
A. G. Smith M. D.
I am the only Specialist In Port
land who Uses his true name and
photograph In hie announcements. 1
ee and treat my patients personally
and am not a "medical company."
"medical Institute" or a "rtiadlcaJ
system." All men should know who
the doctor la they consult, and
should carefully consider whether
they, desire to entrust their health
With a hired doctor of a medical
ccmpany. I use my photograph so
that when you come to see me per
sonally you will recognise me. In
vestigate niv Dersonal standlna be
fore accepting; treatment from a doc
tor of unknown Identity or refutation.
Being- treated in a satisfactory man
ner by your present doctor? Is he
carrying out his promises? Has he
cured yon In a reasonable time, and
lived up to his guarantee 7 Are you
paying him exorbitant prices for
medicine? Does he employ thor
oughly up-to-date and scientific
methods, which would be approved
by the regular family doctor? If
?ou cannot answer meee questions
avorahly to yourself, come and have
a confidential taix with ma about
your ease, it will cost you nothing.
Cured In Plve Days
f ears such disorders as Varicose
Veins. Hydrocele. Piles. Rnectfle
Blood Poison, etc completely and
permanently, often with only a sin
gle treatment. No severe operations
employed, nor detention from busi
ness. I especially solicit stubborn,
and long standing cases that other
doctors have failed to cure.
1 offer not only FREE consulta
tion and advice, but of every ease
that comes to mo I will make a care
ful examination an diagnosis with
out charge. No ailing roan should
neglect this opportunity to get ex
pert opinion about hia trouble.
Tf von eannnt pell writ a fnr A! m.
nosls chart. My offices are open all
day- from A. M. to I P. 1L. and
bunnays rrom id to i.
Dr. A. G. Smith
Morrison treet. Cor. Seoond.
So talk with
me if you
That my remedies have cured
and are curing patients Is proved
by letters from them stating their
condition before coming to me for
consultation and after they had
taken - my course of treatments.
Doubtless you will be familiar
with many of their names, for
they Include people In all walks
of Ufa Almost every Imaginable
disease or complaint Is spoken of
by these pleased patients of mine.
Roots, herbs, buds and barks,
mostly gathered in the orient, fur
nish mo the "cures" for such dis
eases as RhPumatlBm, Stomach,
Lung, Liver and Kidney troubles
and all private diseases.
Wo ChineseMedical Co.
200 H Aider. Corner Third.
Zntlre Corner, Second rioor.
AM) SKIN DIS
Men are dal'v x-
changing money for
rueeswork and mis
akes with those In
experienced in the
treatment of their ail
ment e. You have
tried the rent, now
get the beet upon the
A DOLLAR NEED BE PAIS
U XT TIIi CUBED."
The following diseases are success
fully treated: Varicose Veins, Hydro
cele and Obstructions. Nerve. Blood
and Bkln Diseases, Kidney and Blad
der Troubles, Nervous Dcbllltv of
Men, Blood Poison, Kruptlons, Pllis
and Fistula. CONSULTATION FRKK
to S, 7 to 8 Dally, Sunday 10 to 1.
J. J. KEEFE, Ph.G. M. D.
313H Washington St., Corner 6th.,
i In Interested and should
kknow about the wouderful
MARVEL Whirling Spray
new Tnsinai nynnen.
jt cleanses in-
Aft rear drarflrt
n. if hecannuleuf
uAiniir. nnt mm mnni
St uivetmtea MoKeetiea. n
me rail Mrtlealari and Aires-
Boss Invaluable to iadlei.
W sale by gkldmor Drag C., Wwdiri
Catae Ce. sa4 Lase-Purte Drng OeMI eterea.
; Journal Want Ads Pay Best
1 5l rl f ?yB,rt.7&m'i
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Savings & Trust
At Close of Business
September 1, 1911.
r.oans and Discount?. $421, 120.70.
Stocks and Bonds.... 118.068.
Real Estate, "Furniture
and Fixtures 21.565.13
Due from Other Banks 134,452.62
Cash on Hand 68,256.71
Capital Stock paid in. $150,000.00
Surplus and Profits,
Less Expenses and
Taxes Paid 21,884.99
and Banks 592,179.02
v enra nnlcklr and narma-
nently all curable eases of VAB
XOOBB TBXRi wltnont severe
surgrlcal operations i vsztkul
0BSTBV0TIOH8 without outting- or
burninf! BFECTFIO BIOOD POI
SON witbont injurlons drog-s; (606
skUfnllT ad mtnli tared If preferred);
KEBVO-TITAIi SIBIUTT With
out stlmnlatiTS remedies; FBOS
TATIC, BI.ADDIB and ZZDBBT
troubles; COZfTBAOTBD Olsorders
FU.es and all BBOTAXi ailments
of man. -
Our offer PAT
FIED Is your ab
What you want
is a cure. Come to
us and net it.
Once under our
will quickly real
ize how simple a
thin It Is to get
well In the hand
of a specialist
who knows his
cures add not on
ly years to life, but life to years.
Office hours dally 9 to 5. Evenlncs
7 to 8. Sundays 10 to 1.
DR. GREEN CO.
36a Washing-ton U Portland, Or.
coirsTrx.T ks nun
I cure to stay cured
where others fall. I
am known as the
specialist or last re
sort the man of
ter and unerrlne
knowledge. I cure
Varicose Veins. Hv. 4
drocele. Obstructions, ,
Piles, Rupture, Kid- fli1
ney. Bladder, Pros-
tauo ana an ail
ments peculiar to men. Consultation al
The Old Bailable Specialist.
Corner AIdr and Second streets. En
trance 128H Second street, Portland.
Or. Office hours 9 A. M. to 8 P. M.
Sundays. 10 A. M. to 1 P. M.
I Cure Men
IS MY FEE
Pay Whan Cuied.
ity, Weak Benres,
Insomnia Reu Its
of exposure, overwork and other vio
lations of Matve's laws, Diseases of
Bladder and Kidneys, Varicose
Veins, quickly and permanently
oured st small expense.
8 FECIAL AILMEWTS Newly con
tracted nd chronic cases cured.
All burning;, itching and inflamma
tion stopped In 24 hours. Cures ef
fected In seven days. Consultation
fiee. If unable to call, write fur
list of questions.
Office hours 9 A. M. to 8 P. M.
SundavB. 10 A. M. to 1 P M. only.
PACIFIO COAST MEDICAL CO.,
834 Washington St., Cor, First.
OharHr JTo. 4514.1
CONDENSED REPORT OP
The United States National Bank
Submitted to tha Comptroller of the Currency
At the Close of, Business Sept. 1, 1911
Loans and discounts.. 6,669,366.89 Capital ' $ 1,000,000.00
United States bonds at Surplus 7B0 000 00
par 1.064,100.00 BurP'UB lou.uwu.uu
Municipal and railway Undivided profits 182,109.12
bonds 1,194.662.78 , CAA ,A
Bank building 126.000.80
Cash and exchange... 4.689.080.17 Deposits 10,800.000 73
, . .113,632,109.54
Hibernia -Savings Bank
OP POBTIiABD, OBEOOZT,
Statement al Close of Business, September 1, 1911,
Loans and discounts 11.449.953 34
Real estate, banking house furniture and fixtures 67,999.24
Bonds and warrants 156.289.63
Stocks and securities 412 09
Due from banks $367,762.03
Cash on hand 206,286.70 674,037.73 ,
' , $2,247,641.93
Capital stock , $ 200,000 00
Surplus and undivided profits 64,626 .38
Dividends unpaid 672.00
Savings and time deposits' $1,343,427.68
Demand deposits 739,016.87
Total deposits , 1.983,443.66
Of floors and Directors.
Andrew C. Smith, -president: Frank E. Dooly, vice-president; Lansing
Stout, cashier; C. B. Sewall, ass't cashier; John Driscoll, EC. Goddard.
REPORT OP THE'CONDITION OF
Merchants National Bank
At the Close of Business September 1, 1911.
. Loans and discounts. .$1,617,684.96
U. 8. bonds : 400,000.00
Other bonds, stocks and
Real estate and mort
gages 46,416 01
Furniture and fixtures 8,000.00
Cash and due from
Capital stock $ 600,000.00
8urplus and undivided
profits '. 142.647.05
Contingent fund 26,000.00
National bank notes
Dividends unpaid 424.00
You Can Pay Fee When Cured
Call and let us give you a careful, pains,
taking examination absolutely free. Our
opinion and advice will cost you nothing.
Perhaps a little advice Is all you need.
X-Ray examinations, when necessary, free.
No momy required to commence treatment,
and you can arrange to pay fee when
IN SIMPLE CASES
During our many years of active practice In MEN'S DISEASES In Port-
innu Bu.ne unscrupulous so-oauea specialists have Invaded the cltv and
tried to ate our methods and advertisements, but not being able to
steal our brains they were not abls to succeed ln their dlehonist ways;
Jmai iStb J mS-m L k1"' ?.Ut com to the od"Bt established SPE
CIALISTS for MEN In the city, who guarantee cures, or make no
charge for their services.
Remember, we have been here for years, are permanently located,
incorporated and licensed under the laws of Oregon to conduct
and operate a Medical Institute, Sanitarium and Hospital for the
treatment of Men's diseases. Yon tak no risk when you treat
with us. We are here to stay, and for all time, and you will always
know where to find as. We are not here today and jrone tomorrow.
Our staff of physicians are graduates from the leading colleges In
the United States and have been in active practice from 15 to 2fl
years, and are duly qualified and licensed to practice medicine and
surgery In this and several states. Investigate our records and stand
ing and compare them with the other so-called specialists who have
only been In our city a few weeks or months, and who lmvc copied
our announcements, which the newspapers' records will show Be.
ware Investigate! Men, If afflicted or In trouble, call and have
a friendly talk; it will cost yon nothing. We will be your friend as
well ns your physician, and will advise you candidly, homatly and
conscientiously. Call today. Don't delay or neglect yourself.
Wc Treat Men Only Cures Guaranteed
MBIT, HAS TOTJB WTTSICIAir VAXLZID TO COBB YOU
Call and be ecamlned free,, and If your case is rnmhi. w ,m
you; end if It Is not wa will frankly MX you Jo. ' Wtlt7? SSSt
for others we can do for you. Don't delay, Don't neglect yr condition!
We Core Quickly All Men's Diseases
Men make no mistake when they come to ua. We rive vnn h in
sults of long experience, htfnest, conscientious work ancT the best service
that money can fcuy. It you are ailing, consult- us. Medicines furnished
In our private laboratory. If you cannot call., writ for self-VxamiSatlon
blank. Hours 9 a, m. to I p. m. daily. Sundays to 1 J only
OREGON MEDICAL INSTITUTE
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JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY BEST
rrATiicBHT or rxa commo
" Of tt
Portland Trust Company
. Of Oregon
At ths Close of Busbiaas Septambar 1, ltll.
The way our money Is Invested: ' '' "
Secured by real estate mortgages .$ 2SMI100
Secured bv stocks, bonds, etc 292,821.86
Secured by deeds of trust ' 91,698.22
Commercial loans 547,209.60
Listed bonds'" ; 409,612.60
Other bonds 16,602.43
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured 871.18 $1,648,686.68
Banklnir house, furniture and fixtures 171.000.00
Cash In vault 292.T81.67
Due from banks 633,109.63 826,891.29
Capital stock paid ln $ J00.000.00
Undivided profits 17.023.23
State of Oregon, -
County of Milltnoraah. ("
I. Emery Olmstead, vice president of the above-named bank, do
solemnly swear that the above statement Is true to the beat of my
knowledge and belief. EMERY OLMSTEAD, Vice Presiaent
Correct Attest: H. L. PITTOCK. n,
JOHN TWOHT. Directors.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 6th day of September,
1911. . a. S. CAMPBELU Notary Public
STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF
GEO: W. BATES & CO.,Bankers
At the Close of Business Sept 1, 1911.
Loajis and Discounts $ 666,052.56
Bonds, Securities, etc. ' 55,000.00
Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures I 69,100.06
Cash in Vault and Due from Banks 421,690.17
Capital Stock $ 150,000.00
Surplus and Undivided Profits 9,388.09
Deposits, Dernand 731,416.05
Deposits, Time 321,038.59
Security Savings and Trust Co.
At the Close of Business September 1, 1911
Loans and discounts ,.. $S.744,00S.12
Stocks and bonds 1,296,380.46
Customers' liability under letters of credit 23,498.25
Due from other banks 1,334,171.85
Cash on hand 962,450.39
Total amount resources $9,360,506.07
Capital stock paid in $1,000,000.00
Surplus and profits, less expenses and taxes paid 515,758.04
Letters 6f credit '. 30,010.35
Deposits, individuals and banks 7,814,737.68
Total amount liabilities '. $9,360,506.07
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
CORNER FIRST AND WASHINGTON
September 1st, 1911.
Loans and Discounts $7,316,895.16
U. S. Bonds at par 2,400,000.00
Other Bonds 718,152.44
' Bank Premises '.' 70,000.00
Due from U. S. Treasurer $ 75,000.00
Due from Other Banks ; 2,481,737.68
Due from Reserve Agents 1,235,637.44
Cash on Hand r.. 2,177,702.41 $5,970,077.53
Capital Stock $1,500,000.00
Surplus and Undivided Profits,. 1,013,753.84
Deposits, Individual $9,771,414.65
Banks k. 3,678,821.64 $13,450,236.29
Level Cleared Lots
The townsite of Rochester is at the
Junction of the Northern Pacific. Ore
gon & Washington and Milwaukee rull
roaclB. New electric line to be extended
to Rochester. Surrounding ranches are
being cut up into small tracts and Bat
tling ud raDidlv. One factory under
construction, others figuring on free
sites and business houses and new
numes are going up.
ONLY A FEW LEFT
While thev 1t w" win noli IavaI
cleared lots close to stores, school, de
pot and railroads for only $26 each.
These lots are all ready to. build on or
put Into garden. We have only a few
of these lots left and they won't last
long. Sold on very easy terms, n
These railroads are completed and
12 passenger trains stop at Rochester
every day; the natural resources could
not be better and Rochester is bound
to make a good town. Every lot la
going to increase ln value and some
body la going to make this profit Why
not you? Call and see photos, soil, etc.,
and get names of Portland people who
have seen Rochester and own lots there.
You can easily visit the townsite and
return to Portland the same day. Wa
are sending . parties to Rochester every
WARRANTY deed and FREE certl.
fied abstract of title with each sale.
We are owners, not agents.
1Q16 Chamber of Commerce
Take elevator No. 1. Third street side.
basement, furnace, house three years
old, located near Tillamook. A good
buy at $5500, with all assessments paid.
Let us show you this property.
Nifty Bungalow Home
Five rooms, modern, fireplace, rocms
are large, basement, Bull Run water,
some fruit trees, berries etc. Chicken
house that cost $100. There are two
lots 60x100 each. You will like this
place. Price $3000.
Seven room dwelling, on corner 50x100.
New price, $4300.
Barnes & Andrus
406 Lewis Building,
rourth and Oak Sts. Main 2081
HOME FOR SALE
This beautiful home consists of nine
; rooms. First storv Is finished in V-
lected filmed oak hand-rubbed witri
i wax. Is finished to the celling. HatJ-
wood floors, beautiful den. The sp
I ond storv is white enamel, rut-slasj
1 doorknobs, etc. Hand-made gas and
electric fixtures. All windows are pinto
i with transoms. There Is absolutely noth
ing in all Ii-vlnmon to romnare with
this place and us the owner built it
by day labor for himself it Is no bulll-
I The owner Is compelled to move to
i Los Anieeles, ?al., for business reasons,
i hence this Rreat sacrifice.
I For a short time only you can buy
'this property for $7500. With but $150
1 Inquire of 903 Yeon bldg.
I Money Maker
I Three story 16 room apartment
house, 200 feet from car, lot large
I enough for another building of sama
! slie; income $90 per month.
Don't fall to look this up. (H)
. Chapin & Herlow
Members of the Portland Realty Board. .
333-338 CHAMBEK Or OOMMZSBOB
LOT OWITEJIS We pay
cash for equities 4n va
cant lots. Denier & Denier
Realty Co., 640 -Chamber
of Commerce. Main 6594.
Same to Robert Hatfield, lot 5,
block 72, University Park 650
Loren Seward and wife to Lee
R. S. -Higgins, lot 2, block 2,
Swlnton Land company to Peter
Funke, lot 11, block 24, Swln
E. 8. Craven and wife to R. W.
Cahill, land commencing at
northeast corner of block1 9, Fall
' lng addition; also lot 13, block
9, Falling addition 1.100
Louis I). Murphy to J. B. Holbrook
lot 12, blopk 2, Terminus ad
dition to Albina , 2,600
Franklin Realty company to Oscar
F.' Freebcrpr, lot 16, block 2,
Clemson addition 175
Lawyers Abstract Trust Co., capital
$200,000. 6 Board of Trade bldg. j
PACIFIC Title '& f rust Co., the leading
abstractors. 1 Ch, Com., ground floor.
Piano studio of Louis H. Boll will
I . r..A.U. 1A A A A , a11
"pen BUUUl (-'Ll.rillutiI iv. nwuicpB f
communications in rare oi jvonier
PlmsA Plann T-Tnunp 37K Washington St.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
CERTIFICATES of title made by tha ,
Title & Trust company, Lewis bldg.,
4th t.Bga, oak.
A-Jfex OREGON COUNCIL No 1682.
tUSRl Royal Arcanum, meets at
N1 tha Auditorium, 208 Third
- jf "trn"t the first and third
ifi Tuesdays of each month at 8
Ljitjr 'p. m. visitors cordially wel
coma. O. O. HALL Secretary.
Care Honeyman Hardware Co.
E. B. HALL, 87th and Hawthorne ave.,
season 1911-12, society and club -
dances, ate, $10 per night Fleming A v
Winters, 617 Chamber Commerce. Main
M. W. A. ROSE CITY CAMP -'Monday J
Benin g-Hlrsch bldg., Washington near ,
lotn. fnone cierK. Mam Z94; A-482S.
R. N, A., Ore. Rose camp, meets Tueav"
evenings, Swiss hall, Sd and Jefferson,