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TRTC M01WT2W OKEGONIAK, WEDNESDAY, JULY 13, 1900.
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A1TCTXOK SALES TODAY.
At -CSS Second St.. between Grant 'and Sher
man, at 10 A. 24. S. L. U. Gllman, auctlon
At salesroom. "182 First Et. at 10 A te.
J. TV Wilson, auctioneer.
"WASHINGTON LODGE. .NO. 40.
A F & A. M. Regular communica
tion this (Wednesday) evening at 8
o'clock. All Master Masons Invited.
13y order of; the W. M.
J. A NEWELL. Sec
PORTLAND CHAPTER, NO. 3.
R. A. M. Regular convocation this
(Wednesday) evening at 7:30. Work
In the Royal Arch degree. By or
der of the M. E. H. P.
HENRY ROE, Sec
OgTLAND LODGE. NO. 142. B. P. O.
ELKS Al. brother Elks are requested to at
tend the funeral of Brother Iadore Caro. mem
ber of Roseburg Lodge, at ID o'clock Wednes
, monjlng. July 18. Members "will meet at
Eifcs- Hall at 9 JO A M.
t ,-vt-, . . ALEX SWEEK, Ex. Ruler.
LOnS DAMMASCH. Sec.
WILLAM.ETTE LODGE. NO. 2.
A. F. A A. M Special communica
tion this mornlns at o'clock, for
the purjioso of conducting the -funeral
ceremonies over the remains of our
deceased brother, Isidor Caro, of Laurel .Lodge.
No. 13. Roseburg. Or. All M- M. are urgently
solicited to attend. THOS. GRAY, Sec
SAMARITAN LODGE.' NO. -2. L O. O. F.
Regular meeting this Wednesday) evening at
8 o'clock. Installation of officers. Visitors wel
come. , M. OSVOLD. Sec
CARO July 10, at St. Vincent's Hospital.
Isidor Caro. of Oakland. Or.; brother of Mrs.
Dora Jionhelm and Simon and Maurice Caro;
aged 59 years. 3 months. Funeral from resi
dence of Mrs Monhcim. 14T North 15th. at
10 o'clock A M. today. Friends Invited.
SINROCK In this city. July 17, 1900, Augurt
Sunrork. aged 70 years; native of Sweden.
The funeral services trill be held today at 2
" P M. at Finley. Kimball & Ce.'s chapel, cor.
Thrrd and Jefferson st. Friends invited. In
terment at Lone Fir coraetery.
WORSLIT2-At Salem. Or.. July 17. 1900.
Mary Worsllta. aged 70 years, funeral will
tako rlaco todar at 2 P. at from Holman's
undertaking parlors. Friends and acquaint
ances Invited to attend.
EDWARD HOLMAK, Undertaker.-Uh
nnd Yamhill sts. Rena Stlnnon. Indr
assistant. Both, phone's No. U07.
Flnlcy, Kimball & Co., Undertakers.
Lady assistant. 275 Third st. To". O.
Floral piece f cat Hoiror. Clarke
Pros. 28U Morrison. Doth phones.
FOR. SALE REAL ESTATE.
ONT2T OF THE MOST MAGNIFICENT FARM
homes in the state; 51 acre, right In Hills,
boro. 0 blocks from the S. P. R. R. station;
a colonial 10-room house, good barn, large
fruit drier. 12 acres of gardon; fruit of the
choicest varieties: 20 acres of beaver-dam
onion land, that will pay 20 per cent Interest
on the whole investment; balance of the
land Is all fenced and In useful cultivation.
TA snap, for $4500,
- A beautiful 5-acre place snosx the Wood
stock car line; all Improved, in crop; C-room
house, good barn, choice- fruit; a lovely
nome. and close to the-c.ty; prloo very low.
Another nice 5-acre place, tilth buildings;
all in fruit; for .$000.
A splendid 90-acre farm on tho Tualatin.
2 miles from Hlllsboro; good buildings. Choice
fruit, rich soil; $25 per aero.
A neat and cozy place, 2 full, lots, neat
cottage, 2 blocks Woodlawn cars; $700. -
A fine place, E. 12th, 0 rooms, new; full
An elegant place In Sunnyslde. for $1100.
For quick sales, list your property with me.
R H. DUNN, 149 First St.
BARGAIN IN WAREHOUSE PROPERTT
On 0 R. & .N. R. R. cor. East Second and
Taj lor; 100x100: $2500. for a nhort time.
100x100. Holladays addition. Improved
Btreet. one block from car line. $1600.
10 acres, 4 miles, on -county road, run
ning water, bomt timber, very cheap. $1000.
Houses rented, loans negotiated and Invest
MONTAGUE A BORDEN. 228 Stark st.
RAILROAD AND MILLMEN WE HAVE FOn
sale the finest location for manufacturing
purposes en the Cctrt. being two fine tracts
, ?JL??nnton' uet outride clr limits; eno
1200 feet, deep-water front, and running back
to N. P. Railroad; and one 1220 feet, deep
water front, and running bark to St. Helens
county road. Will 1I 400 or 600 feet.
Grtndstaff A Blair- 246 Stark.
FOR SALE A BEAUTIFUL PLACE AT atON
ierey, -opposite Hotel Del aionte. with 0 acres
of land, modern 12-mom hoiue. wind mill
and outhouoes. or will trade for Chicago prop
erty. -For particulars address at S. Urbanuj,
Monterey, Monterey County, Cal.
A BAROAIN-t-ELEGANT 5-ROOM COTTAGE.
with modern improvements; laige yard, and
nicely laid -out. West Side, and handy; at
bedrock price and asy terms. J. L. Honey
man. 02H First st. '
10 ACRES. 2 MILES EAST MT. TABOR. FOR
aale or trade; fine house, barn, orchard, etc
A good hrane. on easy terms. A. T. Webb.
003 E. Morriron street.
JF. TP.U w--NT ONE OF THE MOST DE
slrable quarter blocks on Portland Heights,
SL01 U8.JVS KOms to bfi 8o1 Grlnastaft
5; Blair.. 240 Stark.
TWO CHOICE CORNER RESIDENCE LOTS
on East BurnMde. cloe In. $1900. A big
bargain. Appjy to owner 3t Russol block.
BLSWX5Rt.25IEOA3fT UiTS- 3f- E- COR.
r8!1 an? E Burnslde. Inquire 2JI5 Wash
ington St. '
i5 iu,lt..aD1,ola Installment "Plan.
any part city. Dammtler. 611 Marquam.
rOR. SALE OR TRADE-S5 ACRE8 GOOD
fruit land on Columbia River. Washington.
FOR SALE FARMS.
W ACUESIilPROVED LAND. WITH BUILD,
lngs. etc, " miles frcm Portland. $6ot'.
140 acrea partly Improved land, with hous
etc, 9 mUcs from Portland, ft60C.
235 acrea 4 miles from Forest Grove. 23
,mllea from Portland; 80 acres Improved.
lti& acres. niHe from Hlllsboro. 1 miles
from Portland well-Improved furm; $5600.
50 acres, 2 miles from Newberg, 23 miles
from Portland. $1500.
1G0 acres. 2 miles from North Tamhlll; a
ood farm, jiooa
Wl acre. 5 miles from North Yamhill, la
Moore's Valley. 80 acres cultivated, $3300.
300 acres. 8 miles from Iallaa. 4 milea from
railroad; an excellent farm, about one-half
In cultivation; $qooo.
Good etcck ranches In Douglas County. 4
miles from Oakland, from 500 to 2400 acres,
at from $5 to $12 per rrere.
For further particulars apply to
MACMASTER & BIRRELL
211 Worcester block. Portland. Or.
THE CELEBRATED "HENRY LONG
Farm at -Chehalls. considered by many to
be the best money-making farm In the state,
will bo sold by the administrator Sept. I.
either In parcels or as a whole, to the hiyh
t bidder Full Information by addressing
W. B. Allen, box 317, -Chehalls. Wash.
FARM AND STOCK RANCH IN GILLIAM
County, 1 mile from railroad. 1000 acres, good
range, 700 acres in cultivation; good water;
cheap for cash. Call or write Walter F. Allen,
room 00 Commercial blk.;2d and Wash.
IMPROVED FARMS rOR SALE tN ALL
part of Oregon ftnd Washington; paymenU
made to suit purchasers. For full particulars
as to vsriou properties, apply tt MiCinutrr
& Blrrelt Sll Worftj?r block.
FIVE ACRES, GOOD HOUSE. SOtTTH MT.
Tabor, 1300. Hartman. Thompson & Pow
ers. 3 Chamber of Commerce
TiainER LAXDS FOR SALE.
WB HAVE FOR SALE A 3Q.0W-ACRE TRACT
of spruce and r on tho ."Umpq'ua River. We
boy and soil timber lands on commission.
Hartman, Thompson & Powcra, 8 Chamber
FOR SALE 3IIJ-CELLANEODS,
FOR SALE A FINE THREESEAT TXfV
ered camp wagon, suitable for stage; has
side and end -tprlngst the best $2oo rig In
the city, price $100. Call at Jones' Cash
Store, 108 and 110 Front st., Portland.
ON ACCOUNT OF DEATH, AM GOING IN
mourning, and want to dispose of colored
wardrobe. It Is inexpensive; a sacrifice. Call
before 3 P.M. today, Thursday and Friday,
235 Sixth, downstairs.
TWENTY YOUNG HORSES. BROKE AND
nnbroke; fast well - bred business horses;
handsome carriage trana; saddle horses, and
heavy teams, terms, cash, trado or approved
note Knott farm. Peninsular Station, Port
land. YOUNG TEAM. 1800 POUNDS EACH. AND
new wajon; now engagM on $3 day job.
Call Krebbs brick yard, near No. 2 reser
voir, H. L Rosenthal, owner
Typewriters, alt innaex. rented fcnd fold; erpirt
repairing: offle supplier and -deaxa. Coast
Agency Co.. 2JCH Sfark at. Both phones.
TWO CARLOADS RIGS; PART RUBBER'
tiro; old ones Ri exchange: noo set harnars,
75 scand-l!and rigs. 8. Tcmllnson. 211 W4h.
THE MODEL STABLT3S, COR. FtFTH.AND
Davis sts.. will board your horses for $15
per head. The best of care given.
FOR BEST FIR. OAK AND ASH WOOD UO
to Pioneer Wood Yard, foot Of Morrison st.
HORSE. HARNESS AND LIGHT BUGGT.
cheap. Call room 4, over tho Famous, 245
$10 FOR A NEW GAS COOKER; $2CA5H.
balance $2 ter month. Gas Co.. 174 Fifth st.
Magio lanterns, new. second-hana, moving pic
tures. Bullard it Breck. 121 Post. San Fran.
"HONEY-MOON" GUM; ASSORTED FLA
vors. Sold by all leading dealers. Ask for It.
SOLID GOLD RINGS. GUARANTEED. ONLY
$1 each. Undo aiyers. 143 3d, aear Alder.
Good rarture for horsw or cattle at 1004 Mll
xvaukie St.. or inquire at 128 Third street.
NATIONAL CASH REGISTER FOR SALE
-cheap. Graves A Co.. 124 Sixth.
HORSE, BUGGY AND HARNESS FOR SALE
cheap. .144 Tillamook st
BELGIAN HARES FOR SALE.
LOS ANGELES BELGIAN HARE CO., 240
Fifth st.. Portland, the best-equipped rab
bitry In Oregon. Only a. few of the scored
hares advertised last Sunday left. Pedigree
And score card furnished with each hare. We
have bred does and does with young, and
Jour scored bucks at stud. Call and compare
our stock and prices with the very best yoa
know of before buying. Stock and -pedigrees
guaranteed. Belgian haro -sundries for sale.
THOROUCHPni J) BELGIAN'S. BRAXCH EL
dorado Babbitry, Riverside. Cal.; here for
rew weeks only, to advertise; at California
price. Lord Edlnboro, Jr., score, 05; serv
ices this week only $10; hea-y-welght bucks.
$2 to $5; also handle patent automatic feed
era, medicines and descriptive manual; mall
orders a specialty, give us a call "And be
convinced. 103 North Third street, Portland.
BELMONT BABBITRY. 14S EAST S4TH ST.,
Portland Orders booked this week only for
service of our famous Imported buck. "Duke
of Teck." score t)5, at 10; Britain Chief. $S.
A few choice does. bred. $15 to $25; one
fine Lord Nason buck, $10.
CALIFORNIA HARES AT LESS THAN CAL
lfomla prices. Pedigreed does bred to buck
waning t!5Vi. $20, express prepaid. J. T.
Burcham. Salem. Or. .
BELGIAN HARES AT CUT RATES: LARG
est stock, best strains; lowest prices. Portland
Belgian Hare Ass'n. 18ft 4th. near Yamhill.
HELP WAXTED MALE.
SOLICITORS WANTED FOR "VICTORIOUS
Democracy," by Metcalf and aiunson. The
great Democratic -campaign book and argu
ment settler. Contains biographies and
-speeches of. .Bryan and Stevenson, and tells
why they will be elected. Enormous demand.
GOO big pages. Only $1.50. Each subscriber
receives $1.00 premium free. Commission 50
to 70 per cent. Only straight Democratic book
published. Drop all trash, and clear $300 per
month with "Victorious Domocracy." Out
fits and circulars free. S. A Park & Co.,
Dept. S, 334 Dearborn et., Chicago.
HOOK TENDERS. $3 TO $3.50. ONE $00
and board; lodging engineer. $2.75; 2 fall
ts. $2.75. burkers. $2.25 and $2.50, barkers,
$2.25; CO swampers., $2 to $2.25; rafteman,
.$2.25 to $2.50. flunkey. $20; bolt cutters,
v 80c. woodchoppere. $1 and $1 05; 50 team
sters, mill and yard men, $2, R. R. -.laborers:
$2; horseshoer, $2, board; hotel cook
t:rcw, $110; brickyard, $1 35, board, and $2;
boat puller, one-third cat oh; farm hands.
$25 to $30; cooks, waiters, porters, dish
washer. Open Sunday. Canadian Agency,
CHEF COOK, COAST. $'.0 TO $60: 2ND
cook and 1 night cook. K. Wash.. $35, $40
(fare adv.); cooks, E. Ore., $33; laborers for
Oray'a Harbor (board free), $1 up (fare);
loggers, $2 up; farm hands, $25 up; exp.
busman and porter); waiters, etc R. O.
Drake, 152 First.
AS A SOLE BUSINESS OR IN CONJUNC
tion with your present business, a good man
can make arrangements to ropresont one of
the strongest firms in Brooklyn. N. Y.; write
quick. Address B. 925 Washington street,
San Francisco. Cal.
WANTED EXPERIENCED SALESMAN
for De Luxe books; best-selling proposition
on the market; extra Inducements. The -Gobble
Pub. Co.. Ltd.. 518 Oregonlan building.
WE WANT TTVE MORE FIItoT-CLASS So
licitors to take orders for our celebrated $25
suits; Fall and Winter woolens now on dis
play. Fanwworth Heraldi 233 Washington.
WANTED LABORING MEN; $1.S3 TO $2.40
per day: skilled men, $2.40 to $4 per day.
Keswick Smelting Works, Keswick, Shasta
WANTED ONE OR TWO GOOD STOVE
plato molders. also a plater and finisher.
Apply to Albion Iron Works Co., Ltd., Vlc
torla, B. C.
COLUMBUS CALIFORNIA WINE DEPOT.
P. Lcratl. J4S Fourth. Headquarters for
cooks, waiters, bftrteniera Tel. Main 781.
WANTED 1000 MEN TO DRINK WEIN
hard's Columbia beer; nice and cool. Free
from 7 P. M. to 11:30 P. M.. 130Vt Fifth st.
HARNESS - MAKERS. SADDLE - MAKERS.
Campbell machine operators; heavy and light
work. W Davis & Son. San Francisco, Cal.
WANTED FIR6T-CLAS8 COAT AND VEST
roaker; steady work; wages $15 week. T.
Abrahamslck, Heppner, Or.
WANTED-25- HARNESSMAKERS. L. D.
Stone & Co.. San Francisco. CaL Catalogue
sent on application.
WANTED FIRST - CLASS . LUtfCH AND
randwlch man; good wages. Address W F,
WANTED YOUNG MAN TO WORK ON
ranch and milk cows. Call 7:30 A M., 3&G
East Hoyt st.
WANTED THREE GOOD CARPENTERS.
Call this -morning, 4 Stcond sU, J. KUlgreea,
DISHWASHER WANTED. AT THE CALI
fornla Kitchen, 233 Washington st. $1 per
WANTED-SIEX FOR COLUMBIA QUARRY;
wages $2 and $2.25 per day. GS First st.
WANTED CABINETMAKER. 490 WASH
WMTRESR'!S THREE AT COAST.. WALLA
Walla, Albany. Oregon. City, 2 city; cooks.
La Camas. Scappoose, Kelso. Condon. Stella,
health resort, and 6 city, housework. Van
couver, coast. Boise, $25 (3 In family, faro
paid), and country: 45 In city, $15 to $25.
Canadian Parlors. 22CH Morrison.
HOTEL LAUNDRESS, $20. AND DOMES
tlcs. for beach, $10. $15: waitress for rota,
resort. $20, others city; hotel cook. E. Ore.,
$30; rest, cook (no pastry), for S. Bend, $20;
tickets here, cook. Astoria. $25$ chamber
maid, domestics. R. G. Drake, 152 First.
A COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework, small famllr, at 585 Weldler St.,
cor 15th. HOlladars addition.
WANTED-GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work: no Xtptalrs work required; best wages.
235 Stout st, cor. Main.
COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE--work.
willing to go to seaside during Au
gust. 091 Marshall st. ,
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED. GIRL FOR
general housework; no others need apply. 28
North 20th. 4W
WANTED A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work; no washing. 340 12th atreet, eoar
WANTED IRONERS. FoR LADIES
Clothes. Apply Union Laundry, 53 Randolph.
COOKS. HOUSEKEEPER. GENERAL
housework. Wj T. Pliney's. 200 Stark st
GIRL TO DO COOI&NG AND GENERAL
housework Call 181 16th, cor. Yamhill.
EXPERIENCED LADY FOR TAILORING.
Cor. Third and Madison.
HELP WASTED FEMALE.
WANTED-GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUST3
work at Rlverdale Inquire at 715 Chamber
of Commerce build Ids.
WANTED-GIRL FOR LIGHT HOUSEWORK.
Inquire 283 Oak et.
SITTJATI0X3 TTAXTED MAX.E-
iloolckeepera and Clerks,
YOUNG MAN, ACQUAINTED WITH GEN
eral office work, seeks clerical ppilMon lb
wholesale bouse F 78, care Oregonlan.
SITUATION WANTED-BY YOUNG MAN. U
years of age; cfaee work preferred. A'ddreai
O W. caro Oregonlan.
Bookkeepers and Stenographer.
WA.NTKTT-BY STENOGRAPHER. TOSITION.
Small salary; test references as to hunesty
and ability. T 72, caro Oregonlan.
STUONO. BRIGHT .YOUNG KAN, 20 YEARS
of ag. wishes -work of any kind; experienced,
.groceryman; references. Address Q 72, care
WANTED POSITION TO WORK FOR
board while attending business college. Ad
dress Wm. Hiyhurst. Portland. Or.
BY JAPANESE. GOOD BOY, TO DO COOK
lng and housework at any place. X 72, caro
SITUATION WANTED-BY CHINAS! AN. AS
cook In family. Address C 71, care Orego
nlan. SITUATIONS WASTED-FEMALE.
SITUATION WANTED AS SECOND GIRL
or to care for children. Address W 70, care
WANTED BY A COMPETENT MILLINER,
position as trimmer and forewoman. Ad
dros X71, care Oregonlan.
WANTED BY DRESSMAKER, ROOM AND
board In exchange for three days' sewing per
week. G 75. Oregonlan.
A WOMAN WANTS FEW HOURS' WORK
every day. B 74, care "Oregonlan.
$3.00 PER DAY AND EXPENSES SURE.
Manager and collector In every town to em
ploy agcnU and make collection; enorgetlc
man or woman; $WW per year and expenses;
position permanent, exceptional opportunity.
Addrwa at. Z. Kirk, manager, Denver. Colo.
WANTED AGENT FOR SAN FRANCISCO,
to sell linen salmon twines and nets, also
gllllng twines and nets; must be acquainted
with tho trad"; liberal commission, and stock
carried If needful. Address D., cars C A
Bates, Vanderbllt build. ng. New York.
WASTED TO REXT.
WANTED BOARD AND ROOSI, BY TWO
young ladles, at Long lieach, for one week,
commencing July 21. Address, with price, C
75. care Oregonfaa.
WANTED THREE ROOMS AND BOARD.
for ' gentleman and two children, for- the
Winter. Addrets Mrs. Edgar E. Coursen, 174
WANTED 4 OR 5 - ROOM HOUSE AND
barn, with acre or two of ground; near city.
S 70, caro, Oregonlan.
WANTED ROOMS AND BOARD FOR FOUR
adults. Address D 77, care Oregonlan.
A FAMILY OF -THREE ADULTS WISH TO
lease a large, comfortable and well-located
unfurnished, bouse; might buy a decided bar
gain. Write full particulars and terras to
Cash., caro Oregonlan.
WANTED TO BORROW $S000 ON AN UNDl
vlded Interest In strictly Inside city business
property, very centrally located; the security
offered has a market value of $35,000, and
brings In rents of $240 monthly. W 71. care
WANTED 1000 MEN TO DRINK WEIN
hard'a Columbia beer; Jtlce and cool. Free
from 7 P. M. to 11 :30 P. M.. 130 Fifth st
WANTED STRICTLY - FRESH RANCH
eggs, at Kruse's Grill-Room. Stark st. Appo
site Chamber- of Commerce
Cast-off second-hand clothing wanted at 87 N.
3d Prlr no object Oregon phone Clay 513,
THE SPALDING. 8. E. COR. FARK AND
Alder sts., under the management of the
owner. Helen H. Spalding Tho mo complete
apartment-house in the Northwest; choice
rooms, for gentlemen or gentleman and wife;
furnished housekeeping suites a speclalt) .
HOTEL VEVOOME-ELEGANT FURNISHED
rooms; good ventilation; fine table board:
porcelain baths; low rates; tourist trade so
licited; central location. Cor. 13th and Alder
THE FLKASANTON. 2SS4 THIRD ST. FINE
furnished rooms, en suite, single, or house
keeping; sunlight In all rooms, bath Included;
most reasonable terms; transient solicited.
THE DREXEL, 3411$ SIORRISON-UNDER
new manasemnt; nicely furnished rooms,
single or en suite. $L60 per week up; tran
72 SEVENTH, NEAR OAK BEAUTIFUL
front rooms, en suite or single; furnished
new; gentleman and wife or two genU; bath,
THE NEWCASTLE, S. E. COR. THIRD AND
Harriron sts. Rooms, furbished or unfur
nished; all modern conveniences; references.
3C4 TAYLOR STREET PLEASANT. COOL
rooms; bath, phone, two blocks Portland
Hotel; reasonable; no children.
ROOM. ?5 MONTH; YOUNG MAN; USE
parlors, telephone, piano, bath. Call U:30
P. SL. 703 Irving.
THE STEVENS. 420 ALDER FURNISHED
rooms; all modern improvements; no ohll-l
GILMAN HOTEL Brick bldg., central; fur
nished rooms. $1 week and up. 1st and Alder.
103 1STH ST., NEAR MORRISON TWO UN
furnlshed rooms. Apply after 4 P. M.
NICSLY FLRN1SHED SMALL ROOM; RENT
$5; references. 403 Main, st
Rooms With Doard.
PORTLAND WOMEN1 UNION: 12TH YEAR;
rooms with board: enameled bath tubs; usi
of library; Woman Excange: Industrial
school. Address Jim. E. C George. suprlr.
tecdept. 510 Flanders street
A NICE FRONT SUITE ROOMS. WITH ALL
modern conveniences and board; very reason
able. 211 12th st
PLEASANT. COOL EAST ROOMS; BEAUTI
ful location; best table board. 001 Yamhill
st, cor, Lownzd&le.
WELL-FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD,
iui Kcauuucn. ai a iin, oeiweea asn-
lngton and Aldtn
ONE OR TWO GENTLEMEN TO ROOSI
and board In private family. Address P 74,
215 12TH FURNISHED ROOMS, SiNGLE
or en buiif, wuu tirat-ui&SB laoio ooara; JiCg-
ONE XARGE FRONT SINGLE ROOM, WITH
flrtt-Qlass board- Tho Sterling, 635 Couch,
TWO LARGE FURNISHED TtOOMS. WITH
board; gentlemen preferred. 84 North Union
471 ALDER STREET FURNISHED ROOMS,
with board, bath and phone. Brown 5C1, Or.
FURNISHED ROOIS, WITH BOARD. THE
Gladstone. 174 13th st.
ROOVR WITH BOARD. HESPERIAN, 533
435 ALDER UNFURNISHED BASEMENT;
vacant- today; use of bath, telephone; derlr
ablo location; furnished single rooms.
TWO LOVELY TURNISHED HOUSDKEEP
lng rooms, to respectable people; no chil
dren; private residence 205 Fourth.
TWO SUITES. FURNISHED VERY COM
fortably. for housekeeping, $t and $3 per
month each. 247H Fifth.
231 Market Light clean, airy rooms, fur-
nixnea complete ror Housekeeping; respectable.-
Phone West 402.
221 ,13TH TWO, OR THREE CONNECTINO
WWm rttT?llrVsw m tiHfliMlVf I.IaA . 1
desired; alngloTocas, '
3t7 ANKKNY-COMPLETECY FURNISHED
housekeeping rooms, on ground floor, for
ror.t, $7 per month.
TWO CLEAK FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING
rooms; pantry and bath; no children. U9
253 SIXTH ST.. GOR. MADISON FURNISH
td housekeeping rooms; ell conveniences; best
14 PARK STREET NICELY FURNISHED
rooms, complete, for housekeeping; no chil
dren. 05 11TH ST. SUITE OF ROOMS. FURNlSH
el. for housekeeping; also large alcove room,
OAK ST. 327, NEAR SEvTH-TWO FUR
nlshed rooms, for housekeeping.
JUST COMPLETED 0 AND 7-ROOM FLATS;
attic, basement, porcelain baths .gas, man
tels, separate front nnd back yards. Overton
and 23d sta. Telephone Green Sib.
FIVE-ROOaL HARD-FINISHED COTTAGE:
all conveniences. Call Friday. 2 to 4 P. M.,
051 Fourth street
NICE 0-ROOM COTTAGE. AT 1037 BEL
mont st; rent $10. O. SL Smith, 814 Cham
2SS 14TH ST ; 7 ROOSIS; GOOD LOCATION;
near school; low rent. Key 2to.
NICE 5-ROOM COTTAGE. 356 LINCOLN ST.
Inquire at 352 Lincoln.
$10 PER MONTHj 5-ROOM COTTAGE. ALL
nicely furnished complete for housekeeping.
110 Ponnoyer st, near Hood.
FURNISHED HOUSE AT IRVINGTON. TWO
months, .at $15 per month. SL, room 715
TO RESPONSIBLE PARTY; FURNISHED
house, G rooms; gas range. CS5 GlUan. Ap
ply Monday. A M.
NEW SIX-ROOat HOUSE. NICELY FUR
nlshed: rent very reasonable. Call 60S East
The KuUschen House, Seavlew, Wash., Is one
of the best family houses on the beach;
S rices reasonable; reduction made, for 'am
ies. Address Mrs. KUtxschen. SeavIeW.Wash.
SEASIDE TO RENT TWO NEW COTTAGES
(one 6 rooms and one -8 rooms), nicely fur
nished, on fine Grovo Ad. Inquire or ad
dress C. T. Hubbard, Seaside, Or.
A FLEASANT COTTAGE AT LONG- BEACH.
Inquire of E. P Swetland, 273 .Morrison at
PRIVATN BOARD AND ROOSIS. MRS.
Sarah Chamb-rlln. Long Beach, Wash.
FOR RENT 2-STORY ERICK BUILDING,
Fourth and Stark. Inquire Rosenblatt's, Third
and Morrison sts.
344 WASHINGTON ST.. NEXT" TO PARK.
Inquire of Sam, L. Bcary. 327 Morrison st
LOST AXD FOUXD.
LOST JULY 17. LADY'S BLACK BELT
puree, between Portland and Stafford, con
taining about $10 and stamp photos of own
or. Return 414 Couch.1 city, or Mis? Harms,
Wllsonvlllfe. Or. Reward.
LOST ABOUT JULY 2. BETWEEN MAR
quam Theater and Winter Cafe, on Morrison
at, diamond and crescent stickpin. Return
to 105 Second st, W. J. Van Bchuyver. Re
$10 REWARD FOR INFORMATION AS TO
Bertha Robinson's whereabout. For partic
ulars telephone Union 401 or J1C3.
LOST JULY 12. EASTERN STAR PIN. Con
taining tho Initials "L. V. M." Return to
Oregonlan office. Reward.
LOST-LADY'S GOLD WATCH CHAIN. RE
ward if returned to Laue-Davls drug store.
FOUND A SMALL CLASP PIN. ON 12TH
t Apply to 221 12th st.
THE OREGON CHEMICAL CO. HAS RE
celved the sole right for manufacturing La-rtJai-KA,
the Great Yaquls Blood and Nerve
Toulc. and also the Great Snake Oil Lini
ment. The price of each is now 50c a bottl-.
Can bo had at all drug stores. If your drug
gist docs not keep It. setid to our oriice, 42
Washington st Cure guaranteed for rhunu.
tlsm. blood, diseases, kidney, liver and stom
218 burnside street
248 burnside street
Sole Agent O. P. S. Bourbon. Also handling
Three-Crown Cyrus Noble.
17 women wanted snftenag from Irregular,
painful periods; leucorrhoea (whites), and all
complicated diseases pertaining to changes of
life, curedby old Dr. Keasler. cor. sxcond
and Yamhill sts. 329 women called last
month. Consultation free, and private rooms
fcr ladles. If can't call, write, inclosing lo
2c stamp. Hundreds treated at hom by hu
DR. DARRIN. 2C3 Morrison st. Portland. Or.,
specialist In all chronic and private diseases
of men and women. Painful, Irregular or sup
pressed menstruation quickly relieved. Vari
cocele or stricture guaranteed cured In one
week. No detention. Consultation free.
INDIAN MEDIU1L GIFTED INDIAN. BORN
with double veil, tells past present and fu
ture; heals all diseases by. the use of Indian
herbs; reading by letter, $1. Mrs. Professor
Wheatly Howe. 41st and Section Line road.
Take Richmond cars, end car line.
DRESS SUITS RENTED. ALL SIZES. WE
call for. sponge, ress and deliver oat rult of
your ciothing each week, sew on bu.rn. er
up rip, for $1 per month. Dyeing, mam
cleaning and repairing. Unique Tailoring Co.,
847 Washington, both 'phones.
MME. KARROW'S "STITCH IN TIME," THE
world-renowned antiseptic capsules; destroys
all forms of germs, and prevents and cures
diseases of the female organs, price $2. Ore
gon Chem. Co., Sole Agents. 442 Washington
st. Tortland, Or.
DR. PARKER'S ANTISEPTIC PREVENTA
tlvo Con m. A thorough antiseptic; prevents
disease; cures most female troubles. Mailed
on receipt of price. $1 50. Sample, 10c
Parker Chemical Co., Portland, Or.; P. O.
Superfluous hair, moles and other facial blem
ishes removed. with electric needle; perma
nent cure: electric massage for wrinkles.
Portland Electrolysis Parlors, 15-10 Lewis
bldg.. cor. Park and afor. Phone Brown 657.
LAXINE. LAXINE. LAXINE AS PLEAS
ant as soda water; Invaluable for stomach
and bowel troubles. Try It For sale by li.
B. Knight, opposite Oregonlan building, or
Model Drug Store, 05 Grand ave.
Mme. Karrow's "Magnetic Wonder" Is guaran
teed to cure Irregularities and scanty men
tttruatlon; it's safe, sure and harmless; price
$5. Oregon Chem. Co.. Sole Agonti, 442
Washington st, Portland. Or.
MANLY VIGOR RESTORED BY DR. ROB
erts Nerve Globules. One month's treatment
$2; 3 months, $5. Snt securely sealed by
malL Agents, Woodard & Clarke, Portland.
Rheumatism cure, for any kind of rheumatism
or gout lame legs, kidney disease. Full In
formation free. Call or address L. T. Lewis,
331 Yamhill st, bet. 7th and Park. Portland.
onn vnu marry if suited? put a
personal In August number "Helping Hand."
Send 10c for July number and full particu
lars. Lock box 000. Portland. Or.
SUCCESS GUARANTEED WITH PERNIN
Shorthand. Speed for practical work 0-12
wteks Bchnke's Pernln Shorthand & Com
mercial Colleg. C14 Commercial block.
MORPHINE. OPIUM. LAUDANUM. Co
caine habit: myself ciired; will Inform yuu
of harmless, permanent home cure. Mrs.
Baldwin, box 1212. Chicago.
ILLOND'S PREVENTIVE CONES, AN UN
equaM antiseptic: no failure: per box, $1.50;
sample, 10c Illond Chem. Co., Portland, P.
O. box 074.
NICE LUNCH. ELEGANT DRINKS AND
cigars. 130H Fifth st All free from 7 P.M.
to 11:39 P. SL every evening. Also first-class
OLD BRASS. COINS, POSTAGE STAMPS,
arrow-heads. Indian bark-ts and curios
bought for cash. D. M. Averlll & Co., 331
YOUR PRESCRIPTION-SI ARE MORE Ac
curately and reasonably filled at Eysslls
Pharmacy. 227 Slorrtson A., bet 1st and d-
WE PRINT 30 FINE. VlSrnNO CARDS. 23c:
50. SSc; 2S0 business cards; $1; 500. $1.50.
Brown Atcbm. 220 Flrit .. Portland.
F-RIT7.' CONCERT HALL: largest cafe on Pa
cWp Coast; 240 o 2in Burnslde. Welnhard's
ber on draught Clubrooros upstairs.
BILLY LEAS BICYCLE HOSPITAL. 103 4TH.
Phone. Clay. C41. Wheels called for. delivered.
Ladles Freo. harmless monthly regulator; can
not fall. Mrs. B. Rowan, R. 175, Milwaukee
CONFINEMENT CASE RECEIVED AND
cared for at physician's house. Dr. Arthur
De Vo, Seattle.
MRS, DR. McCOY. electric treatments 133VJ
First street corner Alder, recms 38 and 30.
SOMETHING NEW IN GUM: MQTT"S LACTI
PetjMn For health, beauty snd pUasure.
PROPOSALS FOR RETAINING WALL OF
flce of the Citr Water Works, Portland, Of.,
July 17, 1000. Sealed proposals, addressed to
Frank T. Dodge, Clerk of tho Water Com
mittee, and Indorsed on the outside of tho
envelope "Proposals for retaining wall." will
be received at this offlc until 3 P. M.
Wednesday, July 25. 1900, for furnishing ma
terials and. labor for the. construction of a
retaining wall of timber, brush and stone, ar
tho Sandy River crowing of the Bull Run
plpo line, a point about 23 miles southeast
erly from Portland. Plans and specifications
may be seen and forms of proposal obtained
at this Office. Proposals for said work must
be accompanied by a certified check for fivo
per qent of the amount of the proporal. pay
able to the order of the Clerk of the Water
Committee of the City of Portland, Or., as
liquidated damages In case that the bidder.
If nurn-tlf ttiA tunimtt Yinlri fall nr- Tr
P 1nt , Trif"ti Ibi, iwntmpt iil ftirnlfi th
required bonds within five days after notice
of the award. The right to reject any or all
bid, or to call for new proposals. Is express
ly reserved by the Water Committee. By or
der Of the Water Committee of the City of
Portland, Or. D. D. CLARKE,
SAN FRANCISCO. CAL JULY a. 1000.
Cavalry horses wanted by the United States.
Description The horses must be sound and
well broken Under saddle, with free and
prompt action In a walk, trot and gallop:
free from vicious habits, without blemish or
defect and conform as nearly as possible to
tho following description: Geldings of hardy
colors. In good condition, about 14 hand 2
Inches to 10 hands 1 Inch high; weight from
000 to 1000 pounds, from 6 to 7 years old;
forehead broad and deep; forelegs straight
and must stand well under: barrel large and
deep and close coupled; back short: loins and
haunches broad and muscular, with sound
and medlum-slsed feet All horses will bo
subjected to a rigid Inspection; an officer will
visit points on railroads (distant not more
than tiro stiles from depots) In parts of Cali
fornia. Western Nevada and Southern Ore
gon, selected as places of purchase and de
livery of the animals. For further informa
tion apply to the undersigned. No bronchos
will be purchased Cash will be paid for
horses accepted. J. SI. MARSHALL. Deputy
Qr. Mr. General. U: S. Army, Chief Quarter
master. Department of California.
PROPOSALS FOR APAREJOS DEPOT
QuartermasterB office, S3 New Montgomery
st. San Francisco. Cal.. July 5. 1900.
Sealed proposals. In duplicate, -will be re
ceived at this ofilco until 11 o'clock A SI..
July 21. 1000. Pacific standard time, and
then opened, for furnishing 250 aporejos com
plete, and extra parts. Prcfirenee will be
given to articles of domestic production and
manufacture, conditions of price and qual
ity being equal (Including In the price of
foreign production and manufacture the duty
thereon), and such preference will be given
to articles of American production and manufacture-
produced on the Pacific Coast to tho
extent of tho consumption required by the
public service there. Tho United States re
serves the right to reject any or all propo
sals or any part thereof. Information and
blank proposals will be furnished on applica
tion. Envelopes containing proposals will hi
Indorsed "Proposals for aparejos, No. 5307."
and addrcseed. to Major OSCAR F. LONG
Quartermaster, U. S. Vols., Dapot Quarter
master. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR; WASH
Ington Department of th Intprlor. Wash
ington. D. C. Juno 23. 1000. Sealed propo
sals for furnishing material and labor re
quired in the construction of- a new addition
to tho' State Penitentiary building at Walla
Walla, Wash, "will be received at the D
rartraent of the Interior until 2 o'clock P.
St.. aionday, August C, 1000r at which time
tfiev will be opened In the presence of such
bidders as may bo In attendance. A certl-fi-d
chs k for the 5 per cent of tho aggre
gate nmourJt of tho bid must accompany each
proporal. Blank forms of proposal, embrac
ing specifications nnd renditions for tho
work, may b obtained upon application at
the department or to Mr. Ernest Lister,
Commissioner of Public Institutions. Taco
ma. Wash.. Mr J. B. Catron, Warden Stats
renltentlarv. Walla Walla. Wa-h., where
drawings showing details may also b In
spected. Tho right Is reserved to reject any
and all bids. E. A HITCHCOCK. Secretary.
WANTED TO LET A CONTRACT TO THE
lowest bidder for digging or boring a well.
Tor further Information address H. J. lTos
r. Troutdale, Or.
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' SIEETING
The annual meeting of the stockholders . of
tho Coeur d'Alen Development Company,
for the election of a Board of Directors for
the ensuing yeir. and fpr tho transaction of
such other business as may regularly cemo
before them, will bo held at th." office of the
company, rooms 501 to r.04 Chambeir-of Cpm
morce building, Tortland, Oregon, on August
C 1000, at 10 o'clock A M.
GEORGE F. HOLM AN.
Secretary Coeur d'Alene Development Com
pany. Portland. Or.. July 13, 1000.
COUNTY WARRANTS NOTICE IS HEREBY
given that Multnomah County warrants, class
38. the eame bavin; been drawn upon th
general fund, from aiav 0. to June 10. 18fl!,
both days Inclusive, will. It prcpTly Indorsed,
be paid on presentation at the office of the
County Treasurer. Interest thereon ceases on
and aftr tho date of this notice. Thomas
Scott Brooke, County Treasurer. July 10.
STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING THE AN
nual meeting of the stockholders or tho Tltlo
Guarantee & Trust Company will be held at
the offices of the company. In the Chamber
of Commerco building. Portland. Or., on
Tuesday, July 24. 1000. nt 3:30 P. M.
J. THORBURN ROSS. Sec
BRITISH BARK NITHSDALE. CAPTAIN
Stlven. from Shanghai Neither tho master
nor undersigned consignees of the above
named vessel will "b- responsible for any
debts that may bo contracted by the crew.
Portland Grain Co., Consignees.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS BRIDGE CON
tractors are hereby Invited to submit tenders
to tho County Commissioners of Multnomah
County, Oregon, for tho reconstruction of
Madison-street bridgo swing-span, according
to specifications on file In the office of tho
County Commissioners at Portland. Or. Each
contractor must make one flat bid. with the
amount expressed In writing, and accom
panied by certified check of one thousand
dollars, payable to the order of -the County
Commissioners, as liquidated damages conse
quent on failure of bidder to enter Into con
tract for tho completion of tho work. The
accepted bidder must furnish bonds to the
amount of the bid. conditioned on the suc
cessful execution of the work and the ob
rervanco of all the requirements of the speci
fications. The tenders must be placed in tho
hands of the County Commissioners by half
past one o'clock, August 4, 1000. Tho right
to reject any or all bids Is hereby reserved.
WSI. B. STEELE,
J. G. MACK.
JENNINGS & CO., 3094 MORRISON STREET
BUSINESS CHANCE BROKERS. ESTAB
LISHED 1883. HAVE ALL THE BEST
BUYS IN ROOailNG. LODGING AND
BOARDING-HOUSES, grocery stores, cigars,
candy and fruit store?, general merchandise;
largo list of country stares; have also all the
best restaurants that are for sale In this
city. They will guarantee every sale that Is
made through their office, and will loan
money to holp buy or on any kind of recurity
at low Interest Jennings A Co., 309Ms Mor
FOR SALE FURNITURE AND BUSINESS
of 60-room hotel In Marshfleld, Or.; only on
other hotel in the city. I enjoy large tran
slont patronage. After conducting the busi
ness successfully for 20 yeas, I want to re
tire: rcaron. Ill health. Address J. L. Ferry,
. prop., Marshfleld. Or.
FOR SALE TOBACCO. CIGAR. ICE CREAM
and confectionery store: good location, will
be sold at a b&rraln if taken at once; rea
sons for selling, sickness. 322 Williams ave.
A BARGAIN A GOOD-PAYING SALOON
for sale In Portland's business center, on ac
count party leaving city. For information
call at 200H Yamhill st.
FOR SALE GOOD-PAYING MILLINERY
business In one of the best towns in Qrergon.
at a sacrifice on account of health. Address
W 72, care Oregonlan.
A BARGAIN FOR SALE FOR CASH; 8TOOC
of general merchandise tn a lively Valley
town at the end of a railroad. Address V
08. care Oregonlan.
CLEAN BUSINESS. LARGE PROFITS; Es
tablished trade; Inventory about $1200: will
sacrifice If purchased before November. 3SS
FOR SALE-ICE CREASt. CONFECTIONERY,
fruit and cigar stand; good location; good
business; $1C0. Inquire room 9, JiJ'i aior
PARTNER WANTED-LADY OR GENTLE
man, with $Sf0 or $1000; a paying proposition;
references of the best Address M 75, care
FOR SALE ALL OR HALF OF COOD-PAY-lng
businw. Address 8 07, care Oregonlan.
$2000 Store that will pay in notions, furnish
ing goods, etc J. S. B., Station B.
FOR- SALE AT A BARGAIN; A RES
taurant and bakery, complete. In a thriving,
town. Address P. O. box 370. Eugene, Or.
GOOD HOTEL, 80 ROOMS; GOOD LOCATION.
$2200. Rare chance. No agents wanted. Ad
dress F C6, care Oregonlan.
FINE MILLINERY STORE FOR SALE; CSN
tra'.ly located, doing a first-class business.
P 73, care Oregonlan.
Asaayers and Analysts.
J. H. FI3K. SllNSRAL ASSATER AND
vbemlst; gold dim bought. 204H Washington.
PAUL BaUMEL. ASSATER AND ANALYIST;
gold dust bought 22SH Stark st.
SlONTANA TURTALLURGICAL WORKS; AS
saysi estimates given. 92 First
EDWARD T. TAOGART. ATTORNEYtAT
law, general practice. 513 Chamber of Com
merce. J. w. ransom, attornet-ay-law and
counselor. Bates Bank bldg.. Portland. Or.
Atrrlcnltnral Implements. Machinery
EDWARD HUGHES; WAGONS. CARRIAGES
and farm machinery of all kinds. 11)0 Front
JOHN POOLE: -Newton wagoas. buggies, wind
mills, pumps, machinery. Foot Morrison st.
TURKISH BATHS: also massage; lady attend
ant 107 4 th st, hot. Washington and Stark.
J. K. GILL & CO.. WHOLESALE AND RE
tall booksellrr. and stationers. 133-35 3d st
PORTLAND MINING & TRUST CO. (LTD.)
Handle mines, buy prospects; large loans
negotiated. low rate Interest, ralnca examined,
reported on. O. M. Rosendale, Consulting
Engineer, rooms 515-510 OregcnSan building.
Cable Weathetby. Coda Bedford McNeil.
Carpenters and Builders.
RHODES & BUCKNER. CARPENTERS. OF
flce fitters and Jobbers; satisfaction guaran
teed. Phone Black 014. 830 Stark.
-JOHN A. MELTON, carpenter, builder; office
and store fixtures. Ore. tel. 747. 303 Stark.
WM. DEVENY A MAUD DEVENY. THE
only scientific chiropodists, room 301 Allsfcy
bldg., 3d and aiorrlson. Ore, phone Grant 1C
Miss Dart, chiropody, manicuring. 50 Union bk,
lst-Stark. 0 A. M. to 5 P. M. Tel. Front 544.
MilE. DR. HERZOG. FROM BERLIN. Sci
entific revealer; tells entire life. past, prea-nt
and future; consultation on all affairs; noth
ing excepted; nanus given; good advice; sure
help; mistake impossible; Imports genuine
gypsy love powder. Fee, $1; letter, $2. 225 5th.
Vulcan Coal co.. dealers in house.
steam and blacksmith coals. Also foundry
coke. Front st, near GUsan.
METAL SKYLIGHTS. GALVANIZED IRON
cornices. J. C Bayer. 265 2d St.
IERSIAN alETZGER, PURCHASER OK
hides, pelts, furs, -wool, mohair, tallow; old
rubber and old metal, and general commission
merchant Front at. near Main, Portland.
Or. Cash advances on consignments.
TATLOR. YOUNG & CO.,. SHD BROKER3
and commission merdianta. Sherlock bldg..
- Portland, Or.
ALLEN H LEWIS. COMMISSION AND PRO
duce merchants. Front & D ata. Portland. Or.
EVERDING A FARRELL. commission, butter
eggs, chickens and farm produce. Portland.
DR. C. "B. BROWN. TeL Ore. Red 2348; resl
dence. White C34. 814-15-10 Dekum bldg.
Dyeing; and Cleaning.
H. W. TURNER. PROFESSIONAL DYER
and Cleaner. 3J 17th. Tel. Red. 13L
Lessons 30c; piano, guitar, banjo, mandolin, vio
lin Instruments for sale. Mrs. Martin. 104V4 1st
LESSQNS ON VIOLIN. VIOLA. CORNET;
Emil Thlelhorn. 263 Jefferson. TeLWeBt. 1004.
AKRON DYNAMOS, MOTORS. METERS,
etc Tatum & Bowen. 23 lo 33 First street.
Fence and Wire Works.
OLD EAST PORTLAND FENCE AND WIRE
Works. A. Carlson. 289 E. Morrison st
Iron Founders and Machinists.
Smith & Watson Iron Works; engines and boil
ers; logging engines a specialty; quartr and
saw rallld; misc. machinery. Front and Hall.
Iron Founders, M rich's ts. Ship B'ld'rs.
Wolff & Zwlcker Iron Works: designers and
mfrs. of ships, steamboats, marine, mining
and milling machlneryt rlvtted steel pipe.
Harnesd nd Saddles.
THE BREYaiAN LEATHER CO.. HARNESS
ant sole leather, soldiery, hardware, findings
and shoe-store supplies. 73 Front st
THE GEORGE LAWRENCE CC WHOLE
sale 4addlers and harness manufacturers,
leather and saddlery hardware. 72 Front st
Ice Cream Dealers.
Special attention given families and boarding
houses. Labbo A Rebe, 310 Washington st
HAMBURG-BREMEN FIRE INS. CO., 102
1st st. Boyd & Arnold, general agents.
DEALERS IN BAMBOO FURNITURE AND
Japanese goods. 311 Morrison, opp Paotofflee.
Marble and Granite Works.
LARGEST, BEST STOCK Off MONUMENTS
In city, at cost to reduce stock before mov
ing down town. Weeks. 720 Front st
PORTLAND MARBLE WORKS; marble, gran
ite and stone -work. Schanen A Neu, 26S 1st
Otto Schumann, mfg. marble and granite mon
uments, estimates on building work. 204 3d.
131 FOURTH ST, NEAR ALDER-TUB
and vapor baths, massage, electricity, scalp
treatments and shampooing. Telephone Red
LADY GIVES VAPOR BATHS AND SfAS
sage. at 31315 Washington st, room 38.
Mosrnetlo and Mental Heallntr.
MRS. C. J. MAPLE, MAGENTIC HEALER
(Weltmer method), personl and hoaie treat
ment taught Slltt 2d, near Salmon. Portland.
MRS. J. MAY YOUNG, mental science healer,
personal and absent treatments. 234 Harrison.
If medicine falls, try Otto KUngbell. magnctlo
healer. 307 E. Cth. Oregon phone Scott 603.
PAUL CROSIWELL. THE COLORED SPE
clallst. has opened up his office at 235 Hall
st, cor. Second, and will soil his modlcine
as usual. Medicines for all kinds of chronic
Dr. Flora A. Brown: diseases of women and
children a specialty. Consultation and diag
nosis free. 517-518 TU Dekum. Portland. Or.
WJlflej concentrator, Drake amaL, Ideal stamp
mill, 'mlxriflg cart. Tatum A Bowen. 29-35 lit
Oresron VJarl Company.
Lewis bldg.. Park and aiorrlson. Free Health
lectures to women Thursday, at 2:30 P. M.
WRITE OR PHONE US Fdfa. ALL OREGON
Sflnlng Stock Exchange quotation. Consult
us personally for Information regarding all
stocks on the Oregon market Davidson.
Ward A Co. (members of the Oregon Mining
Sleek Exchange), 40S Chamber of Cbmmerce.
Phone Clay 833.
3UKPTER GOLD FIELDS: MINES AND
mining stock bought and sold. E. A Clem A
Co.. 140 Third st, Portland. Or.
RICHARDSON GOLD MINING CO. OFFERS
shares at 12?4c share. W. H. Sherrod A Co.
HELENA MINING CO. HAS OPENED OF
flces rooms 112-113 Sherlock. building.
T. J. GEISLER, 610-611 CHAMBER OF COM.
Registered attorney U. S. Patent Office.
O. SI. ROSENDALE. ROOMS 515-C16 OREGO
nlan building, mvestlgates mining property;
advbre thereon; rcmpunles organized; capital
LAKSSN. the palmist, scientific reading of all
ladlng events In life, 50c; practical hand
reading for sale by author, at 285& First st
MRS. L. BURHANS. scientific palmist, 01A
Grand ave. room CO. Rraalngs, 50c and $1.
Drs. Northrop A Alklrc, Osteopaths, suite 41(1
Dekum bldg. Investigation respectfully so
licited: examination tree. Phone Main 349.
Dr. W. A. Rogers A Dr. Rhoda C. Hicks, 533
Marquam: diseases and deformities women
and children a specialty. Consultation free.
DR. L. B. SailTH. PIONEER OSTEOPATH,
utte 400 Oregonlan building. J hone Oak 421.
WESTACOTT A KNKIHT HIGH - GRADB
plokles. Both phones. 474 East Alder st
Portland Riding Club, fine livery, boarding,
saddle horses specialty. Park and Jefferson-
Real Estate Loans and Rentals.
ATKINSON. WAKEFIELD A CO.; ESTAB
llshed 18RS. 227 Stark street
THE FINEST 10c HOUSE ON THE COAST.
Montana Restaurant. 243 First st
OVERLAND STORAGE WAREHOUSE
Fourth and Davis. Merchandise a specialty.
Insurance rates low; storage ratos reasonable.
Careful attention given to country consign
ments. TeL Or. Main 777; Columbia. 070.
SAFES. PIANQS. FURNITURE 310VED AND
packed for shipping. C. at. OVsen. 123 First
Tel. office Stain 1087; Black 801.
SAFES. SAFES. BANK WORK. LOCK DEPT.'
opening lockouts, repairs. J. E. Davts. CC 3d.
Satr Mill Machinery.
Chrlstenson-McMaster Machinery Co.: new and
2d-hand machinery. E. Water and E. Taylon
Showcases nnd Store Fixtures.
DIXON. BOROESON A CO., FRONT AND
ii i i i,
IF YOU ARE IX TROUBLE AND WANT AD
vlco, call on Sirs. Dr. Slerchant 303 Third st.
aiRS. STEVENS; advtco on all affairs of life!
sittings dally. 221 Morrison st, room 22.
SIRS. C. CORNELIUS. S1EDIUM. ALISKY
building. Third and aiorrlson sts.
MRS. J. A. SailTH. medium and magaeilo
healer, room 2, 234 Morrison.
Storage and Transfer.
STOfAOE AT LOW RATES CAN BE HAD
at Fred BlckM's storehouse. 31 North Front
Tents anil ATrnln&s.
Complete camp outfits, hammocks, camp furni
ture, etc. Pacific Tent A Awn. Co., 27 N. 1st.
Stores, Ranges, Household Il'dware
Hardware; solo agt. Universal stoves A rangMt
housefurnlshlng goods. J. J. Kadderly. 141 1st.
ALLEN i LEWIS. WHOLESALE GROCER8L
mr X Front nnrt DatIs ots Portland. Or
MONET TO LOAN IN SUMS FROSt $5 TO
$500, on all classes of security. R. I. Ecker
eon A Co.. room 5 Washington building.
SIDNEY TO LOAN ON ALL KINDS OF SE
curity. Wm. Hell, room 0. Washington bldg.
MONEY TO LOAN. 0 per cent farm or city
property. O. M. Smith. 814 Ch. of Commerce.
LOANS AVITHOUT PUBLICITY ON FURNI
ture, pianos, salaries, etc. Can be paid In
Installments, reducing Interest. Rates lower
than the lo-vest F. W. Grave, aigr.. 124
Cth. near Wash, (ground floor). Tel. Oak 1331.
MONEY LOANED ON BICYCLES. PIANOS,
furniture aad other securities. W. A. Hath
away, room 10 Wash. bldg. Thohe South 781.
LOANS WITHOUT PUBLICITY ON REAL
or chattel mortgages, personal or salary se
curity, at low rates. C. W. Pallett 213 Com
mercial block. Tel. Grant 850.
$200,000 TO LOAN AT 5tf. C. 7 PER CENT.
City and suburban property for sale and rent.
Agent for Westchester Fire Insuranco Cc
Wm. G. Beck. 321 Slorrison fit
LOANS ON FTRNIT.URE. PIANOS AND
other recurltles; lowejt rates; private. S. W.
King, room 45 Washington building.
LOANS ON FURNITURE AND SECURITIES.
Thorapwn's cut-rate ticket office. 123 Third.
LOANS on chattels, nalarle?, etc, low ratea;
see ub first aiann A Co.. 004 Dekum bldg.
PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY
109 THIRD STREET.
Money to loan on mortgage.
A general trust and agency business transacted.
BENJ. I. COHEN President
H. L. P1TTOCK. A. S. NICHOL3 Vlce-Pres.
B. J. ALTSTOCK. J. O. GOLTRA... Secretaries
FIRST NATIONAL BAK
OF PORTLAND. OR.
Designated Depositary and Financial Agent of
tho United States.
President H. W. CORBETT
Cashier G. E. WITHINGTON
Assistant Cashier J. W. NEWKIR1C
Second AAstant Caohler W. C. ALVORO
Letters of credit Issued, available In Europa
and the Eastern states.
Sight exchange and telegraphic transfers sold
on Ntw York. Boston, Chicago, St. Louis, St
Paul. Omaha, San Francisco and the principal
polnto In the Northwert.
Sight and time bllU drawn in sums to suit on
London. Paris. Berlin. Frankfort-on-the-Maln.
Hong Kong. Yokohama. Copenhagen, Chrlstl
anla. Stockholm. St Petersburg, Moscow, Zu
Collections made on favorable terms.
LADD A TILTON. BANKERS
ESTABLISHED IN 1859.
Transact a General Banking Business.
Interest allowed on time deposits.
Collections made at all points en favorable
term Letters of credit issued available In Eu
rope and the Eastern states. ,
Sight Exchange and Telegraphic Transfers
fold on New York. Washington. Chicago. St
Louis. Denver, Omaha, San Francisco and vari
ous points In Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Mon
tana and British Columbia.
Exchapge sold on London, Paris, Berlin,
Frankfort and Hong Kong. ,
WELLS. FARGO A CO. BANK
CASH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $0.230.00J
JOHN J. VALENTINE PRESIDENT
HOMER S. KINO MANAGER
R M. DOOLY CASHIER
JOHN E. ailLES ASSISTANT CASHIER
General Banking Business transacted. Ex
change scld, and Letters of Credit Issued, avail
able in all parts of the world.
MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK
J.FRANK WATSON President
R. L. DURHAM Vlco-Presldent
R.W. HOYT Cashier
GEO. W. HOYT Assistant Cashier
TRAN3ACTS A GENERAL BANKING
Interest paid on time deposits.
Drafts and letters of credit Issued, available
In ell parts of the world.
Collections a specialty. Gold dust bought
LONDON AND SAN FRANCISCO BANK
CAPITAL PAID UP $2,450,000
Head Office. 71 Lombard street. London.
This bank transacto a general banking ar.d
excharge business; makes loans, discounts bll's
a"nd Issues commercial and travelers' credits,
available In any slty In the wcrld.
Chamber of Commerce building. Third and
Stru-k streets. W. A MACRAE, aianager.
AINSWORTH NATIONAL BANK
OF PORTLAND, cor. Third and Oak ..
J. a AINSWORTH. Pres.; W. W. PHILLIPS,
Transacts a General Banking Business.
Exchange bought and sold on all the principal
cities In Europe. Also facilities for telegrophlo
transfers. Collections made on favorable terms
on all accrralble points.
SAFE DEPOSIT DEPARTSIENT
Connected with the bank. Safes rented on easy
THE UNITED STATES NATIONAL BANK
Transacts a General Banking Business.
Drafts Issued available In all cities of the
United States and Europe.
President TYLER WOODWARD
Vice-President JACOB KAMM
Cashier -..... F. C. MILLER
BANK OF BRITISH COLUarBIA
PAID-UP CAPITAL $3,000,000
Head Office, CO Lombard street London.
Com'l block, 244 Washington st.. Portland.
2. LSA SARNE3. Manage.