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About Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 13, 1900)
WAITED REAL ESTATE
PSfcrfS0 BUT NEAT HOUSE PHOMi
to 7 ROOMS, -with lot or fractional lot; East
" SWe; must be a bargain for cash:
Sire fna particulars. Address B 9, care Ore
gonlan. "WANTED TO BIT FOR CASH. 2 TO 10
acres, near car line, state lowest price and
exact location Address Q . care Oregonlan.
TS.-Tr5dt7?-B-c"? Improved ranch near Kelso,
v ah Make offer McPherson. Gllman Hotel.
FOR SALE FAR3IS.
STOCK AND FRUIT Ra"NCH OF 878 ACRES
lor sale, wen watered, rood soil; 30 aires
txartac orthrd; only two miles rrom Oak
land. Douglas County. Or., low price and easy
terma Apply directly to the Pacific Mutual
Life Insurance Company, San Francisco. CaL
1F0VFD:FAlial& F0R SAI: in ALL
parts of Oregon and Washington; payments
made to suit purchasers. For full particulars
x? ?J2f ?I? Properties, apply to Maczzaster
"". 'vnrcesier ulOCK.
81 25 AT.E-DESBRT LANDS AND HOM&
steads on the Deschutes Consolidated Irrl
Sfi2a ,S? Caaal. Crook County. Inquire
Budd, 110 First st.
8320 ACRES. OOOD IMPROVEMENTS. 55
??.? ?J!rt"5?a' aorc: suitable -colony.
Budd, 116 First.
GOD ACRES WELL IMPROVED. $0000: EAST
terms inquire Budd. 110 z"Irst st.
TIMBER LANDS FOR SALE.
PROSPERITY ASSURED. NOW IS THE
time to buy timber, mill sites and scrip. J.
L Martin & Co . COl Oregonlan. Portland. Or.
roil SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
SEVERAL VERT FINE SQUARE PIANOS
raust be sold at oece to make room for holi
day stock, wfll make It an object If you will
buy now; pay ?lt down and a dollar a week.
Abo several second-band uprights. Eilers
Piano House. 351 Washington st.
FOR BALE UPRIGHT PIANO. FIRST-CLASS
condition, at bargain, owner leaving city.
Inquire Wright's Music Store, J4U Wash
A FINE LOT OF SECOND-HAND KIGH
arm sewing- machines, cheap; Singer, New
Home, White and Domestic 350 Morrison
LARGE STOCK OF VEHICLES. HARNESS,
saddles, new arm second-hand; must go In 30
days, S. Tomllnson. 211 Washington st.
TYPEWRITERS, ALL MAKES. RENTED
and sold. Expert repairing. Office supplies,
etc Coast Agency Co.. 2M4 Stark st.
HIGH-GRADE PIANO A PERFECT BEAU
ty good as new, cheap and on easy terms.
Address 3 5, care Oregonlan.
BRY SLABWOOD. 4 FEET. $1.50 CORD, DE
llvered south of Morrison, cast of Sixth.
FOR SALE $12.59; GOOD WORK HORSE;
weight about 1000. Apply 516 Starr street.
DRY FIR. OAK AND SLABWOOD AT Low
est market prices. Hoover. 318 Water st.
FRESH COWS AND CALVES FOR SALE.
Portland Livestock Exchange. 30 Fourth st.
FOR BEST FIR. OAK AND ASH WOOD GO
to Pioneer Wood Yard, foot of Morrison si
NEW OFFICE FURNITURE FOR SALE AT
a bargain. Inquire Room 31S, Chamber of
SOLTD GOLD RINGS. ONLY $1; GUARAN
tced. Uncle Myers. 143 Third, near Alder.
Magic lanterns, new. second-hand, moving plc
tures. Bu'lard & Br:k. 131 Post. San Fran.
'Xv ,FOR A NEW GAS COOKER: $2 CASH.
balance $2 per month. Gas Co . 174 Firth st.
STBINWAY upright piano. $125, Chlckerlng.
at one. $40. lessons free. 1044 First st.
A $30 NEW BICYCLE FOR SIS. IF SOLD
at once Address K 12, Oregonlan.
TIHB AT THE END OF A TOM BENTON
Irar Insures perfect orafort
JACKSCREW MEN. $2.00 TO $2.75; BUCK
! fcS-SS to 2.60. rigging rustlers. $2.40 to
$.-00, swampers and barkers, $2.25 to S2.40;
wood choppers, 80ci camp cook. $35; farm
hands. $20 to $25. hotel and restaurant help.
New orders dally. Canadian Agency, 226i
Morrison, loggers headquarters.
WANTED WE HAVE AN Al OPENING FOR
a hustling solicitor for m ats poultry, gro-cerl-s,
etc.; must be a rustur and acquaint
ed with the city. Inquire at Pacific Mar
kit, 384 Washington st.
W ANTED SKV8RAL RELIABLE MEN AND
women to secure sifbscriptlone for the Sat
urday Evening Post Philadelphia). Salary
and commission. Address 5W Columbian build
ing, San Francisco. Cal.
WANTED - DISTRICT MANAGER FOR
one of the large New York Eire Insurance
Companies. Call or nWr' M. T. Kady
Supervisor of A cents, 603 Oregonlan building!
WANTED-A YOUNG MAN TO TAKE CARE
of books and to make himself generally ube
ful In a wholesale and retail liquor store
German preferred. Address E 5, Oregonlan. '
SALESMAN WANTED ACTIVE. EXPERI
encd salesman for genu" furnishings, steady
position. . Lion Cloth'nz Co . 165 Third st..
between Morrison and YamhlH.
t- . ,
W NTED - YOUTH FOR OFFICE WORK
give references and apply in own handwrit
ing statinr salary expected. Address U 6
care Oregonlan. '
AVlRATE INDUSTRIOUS AND EXPBRI
eneed bookkeeter (German pr? f erred) Is want
ed for rosltlea ef trust. Address M 11. caie
STRf-NG BOY. ABOUT 1 YEARS OLD.
jianted at 44 Frnt St.. F. F. Haraden Candy
rsi U ry.
W rKingman's Brbr Shop: haircut 15c shave
luc 7 oha, Ed pwgtwti. 206 Morrison st
OFFICE ROY WANTED: ANSW RR IN OWN
handwriting. Address C 18. are Oregonlan.
PtlES cured without operation. No pain. No
detention from business. Box 517. city.
HS LP ."W-ANTED-TO SMOKE UP ALL THE
T"n "iton cigars In Portland.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
WANTEIi-GIRL vFOR GENERAL HOUSE
work, good plain cook; good wages. 423 Fa
cing st, cor East Sixth st. Take Irvtngton
or Vancouver cars.
S-LL IN THE LEAD PLENTY OF WORK
Come and see our Wp; hut. always good
Ulaees oa hand Canadian Parlors. 2s4h Mor
rison st . upstairs
WANTED - MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN OF
tact, and knowledge of business methods for
commercial poettlo-n. AMrew G 6. Oregonlan.
CinL-FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK;
ing. 238 Sherlock hsriid ng
WANTED-GIRL TO HBU IX KITCHEN
wash dlrhes. rtc Charteyh Restesrant. cer!
Seenth and Jehncon.
A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK
reference recu4red. Aftpiy afternoon. 30 n!
W ANTED-GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSE
work. r.a washlag Apply 37 23d mirth.
AH - IRL rnn sscond work.
Ca'l before 2 P. M.. 1S3 2Hh st. north.
"rt'-MEN WANTBD to aek Uieir hutVinds astd
ax tc smoke Tom Benton cirftra.
Kv,T,2UE?C1? . GlRL FOR GENERAL
hMsework. Apply 71 OHsan rt.
TVvED Glnh. FOR 0BRAL HOUSE
work Apply at M GHcen st. "-
'oon7:?sr,SUKK lRU CALI' fore-
noons. 154 ISth st. north.
rk",77K0tOR GENERAL HOUSE-
HELP WAVTBP-MAJLB OR FEMALE.
teVm i J-fl Liberal
terms given See r address J J StunrilL
Supreme Guide, S13 Dtkum. Portland :gr'
Hookkrepers and Clerk.
IN DRUG STORE. WITH OPPORTUNTTYTO
study jhtrmacj-. by young man; geed boek
ke. er some experience la drugs. P I3.are
WANTED BY 7ESP0NSTBJ.E YOUNG MAN
rxfH'on as talenary wigtaeer. flrernan f
In repair hep: wages light: permanency de
tin&i tc4 r?utaUoa. O 4. ear Oreteclan.
SITUATIOHf WANTED MALE.
A COLLEGE STUDENT "WISHES POSITION
between the hours of 5 P. M. to 11 P. M.
aBd Saturdays. E 11, Oregonlan.
JAPANESE, GOOD COOK. WANTS SITUA-
tlon In small family to do any work; no
washing. P 12. Oregonlan.
GOOD JAPANESE BOY WANTS SITUATION
to do housework or trash dishes. Address G
JAPANESE. GOOD BOT. WANTS POSITION
in family, to help cook, housework. ?30
GOOD JAPANESE BOT WANTS TO DO
housework or cooking. A 13, care Orego
nlan. YOUNG MAN WISHES POSITION OF ANY
kind; beet of reference. Telephone Brown CO.
SITUATIONS WAITED tTCMALB.
SITUATION AVANTED BY A TOUNG GIBL.
from the country, as nurse giri. The Castle,
SITUATION WANTED BY COMPETENT
cook. In private family. D 11. care Orego
DRBSSMAKER WANTS MORE ENGAGE
ments by the day. Address Mercy Home.
Phone Black 371.
BY WOMAN OF REFINEMENT, POSITION
as companion or nurse to an invalid Ta'djr, or
position as housekeeper; references. C 2, Or-
BooUTcee-pcra and Clerk.
WANTED POSITION AS BOOKKEEPER,
cashier or bill clerk, best of references. Ad
dress H 11. care Oregonlan.
SITUATION WANTED BY YOUNG LADY,
to clerk in store. C 11, care Oregonlan.
WANTED POSITION AS SALESWOMAN IN
any kind store. F 11, Oregonlan.
Menocrnplirr. and Typewriters
SITUATION WANTED BY A COMPETENT
young lady stenographer. Address J C, care
AGENTS WANTED FOR CANON FARRAR'S
great book. " about Mother. Home and Jesus.
illustrated with 300 photographs of great
paintings: the greatest holiday book ever
published Exclusive territory given. Circu
lars and terms free. S. C Miller & Co., 733
Marquam building, Portland. Or.
AV.-rS T-r., v OP ABSOLfTE NKCES
slty In every building; no competition; big
profits; exclusive rights: failure Impossible.
Agency Dept.. 312. 27 William st. N. Y.
THREE EXPERIENCED TRAVELING
salesmen; permanent position, good pay to
right men. Box 2SC. Portland Or
WANTED TO RENT.
WANTED TWO OR THREE FURNISHED
or partly furnished rooms, foe housekeeping,
for man and wife; no objection to suburbs
If on car line. S 1L Oregonlan.
BY YOUNG COUPLE (NO CHILDREN),
housekeeping rosins, centrally located. Ap
ply to Portland .Market, 179 Thlid.
COUPLE DESIRE AN ALCOVE SUITE.
cio in; must be handsomely furnished. Ad
dress A 12. care Oregonlan.
WANTED ROOM AND BOARD IN PRI
yate family, by joung coupis; good location.
Box C45, city.
WANTED-I1Y YOUNG MAN, ROtfM AND
board in private family. Address K 11, care
WANTED 5-ROOM COTTAGE. CLOSE IN;
will lease. O 11. care Oregonlan.
STl'UENT VISHES TO RENT CHEAP
room Address A 11. Oregonlan
W ANTED MISCELLANEOUS.
GOOD LOCATION OPEN FOR SAW MILL.
SBMJfecB!1,3udJ?1T1PlltW1 Co. Canal,
GrRSOBtV. -Tavestlgate. Budd. 110 FirH
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR MEN"8 CAST
off clothing and shoes. 02 North Jd. Phone
Hood 617. Orders promptly attended to.
WANTED HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR
second-hand furniture and stoves, at 265
,ipi surci. utCbUJl iiione ooum 1241
WANTED $10CO ON' IMPROVED CITY
property at a low rate of Interest, without
bonus. L 11, car Oregoman.
SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER WANTED,
In rood order, state terms. J 11, care Ore
goman. DEBTS AND ACCOUNTS COLLECTED ANY
wnere Address S18 Chamber of Commerce.
HIGHEST TRICES for second-hand furniture
stoves, etc. ICutner. 82 North Third. Phone!
CT-STxCL,0THI:5G AT MAINE LOAN
Office .0 N t.l k Oregon phone Clay &
TOM J-RNTON IS THE MEST SEED HA
wna Hear to he hd at any prle
THE SPALDING. S. E. COR. PARK AND
Alder sts.. under the management of the
owner. Helen F. SpaMiug The most complete
apartment-house In tho Northwest; choice
renins, for gentlPmen or gentleman And wlft;
fumlbhed housekeeping suites a specialty.
THE PLEASANTON. 2bS THIRD ST.-FINE
furnished rooms. n suite, single, or house
keeping; sunlight In all rooms; bath Included
most reasonable terms; transient solicited
PROFESSIONAL MEN CAN FIND VERY
pleasant rooms at 350 Mad!sen; ras. Lght
an tumace heat, bath, etc Phono Wet
THE NRWCASTLE ft. E. COR. THIRD AND
Harrison sts. Rooms, furnished or unfur
n!hed; all modern conveniences; references.
OCCIDENTAL HOTEL. FIRST - MORRISON
r-- ..w,o,, icMvnagir, iiuusfKecping; pri
vate furnished house, central. C rooms, $30.
rLKAS.VNT AND COMFORTABLE ROOMS
modern houft dralrable location. 129 14th"
between Alder and Washington. '
VERY DESIRABLE n6cMS. 350 MADISON
Location unsurpassed, four blocks from Hot 1
Portland. Phone West 1235.
THE SEATTLE, 30H N. THIRD NICELY
furnished single and housekeeping rooms:
also transient. Mrs. Gatzka.
NEATLY FURNISHED ROOM. TO REFINED
young lady; privilege ef using kitchen- $3
metith. K 9. care Oregonlan.
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS FIRST NA
tkmal Bank 'building. First and Washing
ton sts. Phone Stack 830.
258 11TH FURNISHED FRONT ALCOVE
room; suitable for one or two; all conven
iences; private family.
414 YAMHILL ST. PEASANT ROOMS. FOR
gentlemen, steam heat. bath, telephone, all
NEAT ROOM. NEAR MEDICAL COLLE3E,
c inviiiH, use paria?, piiune. xurnace neat.
ai 0. i uirfiuman.
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS. 4S5
Mest Park. Sultabte for two gentlemen or
man and wife.
FOR RENT PLEASANT. ROOMS. WITH
ga. bath and telephone; references required.
210. 13th st.
TtIK RUSSEL COR. FOURTH AND MOR
rlsvn. oer Stelnbaea's stbrs Inside and out
etdereonM. THE SHERMAN. COR. 12TH AND WASH
ington Newly furnished roooa. with phone,
ONE FURNISHED ROOM. IN PRIVATE
family; very cheap. 303 Fifth st.
FURNISHED ROOMS. GENTLEMEN ONLY:
references required. S04 First st.
Rooms With Boarth
PORTLAND WOMEN S UNION; ISTH YEAR.
W,A. with Mnwrf AMwhk,. . .. .
w, ...,. wvmum. Quauincu O&ia CUDS; U3B
of nbrar: Woman's Exchange; Industrial
school. Address Mr. E C George, superin
tendent. 510 Flanders street.
176 12TH ST. NICELY FURNISHED ROOM,
with board: gas aad heat; reasonable rates.
THE DRIARD. 395 MORRISON, COR. 10TH
Fine rooms; also Hrst-rlass table board.
RSBSuw,tn tard: all modern conveniences.
The Hesperian. 833 Morrison, cor. 17th.
215 12TH ST. BEAUTIFULLY FURNISHED
roms; heme cooking: English family.
DESIRABLE FRONT ROOMS. EN BUTTE OR
elnsle; first-class table. 225 11th st.
"-fo MOKNtyQ OREOpyiAN. TtJESDAY, gOVSMBEB 13, 1900.
Books With Board.
SUITE OF ROOMS WITH GOOD TABLE
board at 168 11th at.
ROOM AND BOARD FOR GENTLEMEN. 871
ONE LARGE, WELL-FURNISHED FRONT
room, with a few kitchen privileges; bath:
phono. 240 Park. '
2 FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS:
pantry and sink; no children. 69 North 13th.
3 UNFURNISHED ROOMS, FOR -HOUSE-keeplng;
bath, telephone. 130 North 12th st
TWO DESIRABLE HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS,
private family. 92 17th St., cor. Flanders.
FOR RENT FINE COTTAGE AT MOUNT
Tabor, two blocks from end of Sunnyslfie and
Mount Tabor car line; 7 rooms, bath and
basement: 10; easily worth $20 In city.
Frederick Klipg. 333 Everett st7. city.
FOR RENT B-ROOM HOUSE, PORTLAND
Heights; barn, orchard; near car line; $20.
W. H. Fear, Chamber of Commerce.
$10 PER MONTH; 7-ROOM HOUSE. LARGE
yard, fruit trees, rose bushes, chicken-house
and stable. Inquire 1160 Belmont st.
FOR RENT-HOUSE WITH EIGHT ROOMS:
modern Improvements. 101 15th st. Rent.
$22.50. Call 434 Market St.
FOR RENT 0-ROOM HOUSE. ,ONE ACRE
ground, at Mount Tabor; bath, hot and cold
water B 11, Oregonlan.
BIGHT-ROOM TWO-STORY HOUSE, WITH
basement. 172 Chapman st., $10 month. Tel
ephone West 201.
EIGHT-ROpM MODERN HOUSE, IN GOOD
order. 545 Fourth at: cheap rent to good
FURNISHED RESIDENCE, CENTRALLY
located, 11 rooms furnace, modsrn, complete.
Apply immediately, 180 Front st.
10. ?? MONTH; 5-ROOM COTTAGE, FUR
nlshed complete for housekeeping. Inquire
634 Seventh, south of Grant.
FOR RENT NICELY FURNISHED JO-ROOM
house, on Portland Heights. J. F. BoOthe.
417 Commercial building.
FOR RENT 6-ROOM FURNISHED COT
taga; cheap; 412 Couch st.; central.
FOR BENT-FURNISHED HOUSE. 173 EAST
Sixth street, corner Yamhill.
Houses for Rent Furniture for Sale.
FURNITURE OF 7-ROOM HOUSE FOR SALE
cheap; central. Address It 11, care Orego
nlan. 8-ROOM HOUSE TO RENT AND FURNI.
ture for sale. Inquire 127 Park.
FOR RENT-STORE, 41 FIRST ST . COlt.
Ash. R. L. Gllsnn. 420 Chamber Commerce.
UNITED ARTISANS IS A PORTLAND IN
stltutlon. It has more money back of each
$1000 Insurance in force than any other fra
ternal Insurance order in Amsrlca. It has
15 thriving assemblies In Portland. It Is not
grafted for the benefit of a few officeholders
but is operated for the benefit of all of its
members. It prevents money from going over
the Rocky Mountains for Interest and insur
ance. It has money to loan. It has $100,000 00
6n interest. You cannot get $1000 or S2000
Insurance In any sound cdncern for less than
It will cost you In tho United Artisans.
The assemblies In Portland now have a dis
pensation reducing the cost of admission to
almost nothing. Now Is the time to Join.
Supreme offices, 403, 4, 0, 0, 0, 10 Marquam
FINE FEATHERS MAKE FINE BIRDS, IS
a good old adage to follow. A well-dressed
lady or gentleman commands respect and at
tention. How easy it is to bo well dressed if
you follow our peerless credit system. Call
and see our fine line of suits. Jackets, capes,
furs, dress goods, silks, umbrellas, waists;
also gentlemen's suits, overcoats, hats
trunks, etc. Eastern Outfitting Co., 383-300
120 women wanted suffering from Irregular
painful periods, leucorrhotu (whites), and all
complicated diseases pertaining to changes of
Jlf e. cu?ed byotd Dc .Kessler, coiv Second
and YamhUl sis., Portland, Or! 417 wom?n
called last month. Consultation fre'e, and
private rooms for ladles. It can't call, write
inclosing 10 2c. stamps. Hundreds treated at
home by his new system. "
LADIES, NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY A
genuine scalrkln Jadkot Worth $250 for $100
Have your fur garments remodeled for less
than half price. Flrtt-class work; excellent
flt guaranteed; 30 j ears' experience; rcfer
encpE. G. KonlgKbcrg. 210 Alisky bldg., 3d
and Morrison. Old and new furs bought
ELECTRIC PARLORS 3i4 FIRST STREET
treats all scalp diseases and guarantee to
riestoro gray hair to natural color, -althout
dye; removes wrinkles and all blemishes from
race; aho removes superfluous hair from the
face without jialn. tnlorgln busts u spe
cialty. Oregon Phone. West 133.
THE STAR HAIR REMEDY IS GUARAN
teed to restore rraj and fadd hair to nat
ural colcr. cure dandruff, stop falling, grow
new hair. One rrepaxatlon for all shades
proves conclusively it Is not a dye; no stain
to scalp or llneh. Paris Hair Store. 303
Washington street, sole agent.
DRESS SUITS RENTED. ALL SIZES. WE
call for. Bponge. press and deliver one suit of
jour clothing oHch week, sew on buttons, sew
up rips, for $1 per month. Dyeing steam
cleaning and repairing. Unique Tailoring Co
347 Washington, both phones. la"onnc Co-
HARDlMONT'S SCALP STIMULANT PRF
vents baldness; guaranteed; prepared bv
yeurself at a trilling cost, no drW Can
and talk It over Dr. G. Hardlmont, room
223.Ablngton building. Directions by mall. $1.
KNOW THY FATE AND FORTUNE "SOO
Indian medium and scientific palmist- reveals
everything, guides successes: never falls
cures chronic diseases: uses of Indian herbs'
Trial free. Room 5, 132 Third, near Aide?.'
A BOON TO SUFFERING WOMEN THE
Lano.a Co.. having opened an agency at 33
10th st.. all women 3ufter'ng from diseases
peculiar to their sex are Invited to write or
call for information; strictly confidential.
THE PORTLAND CLUB. INC., A PLACE OF
amusarpent and recreation for gentlemen. 130
Fifth st. and 2914 Alder. The tart in con
nection carries jhs bst line of liquors and
clgats the world produces.
PRIVATE HOME .FOR CONFINEMENT
healthy location: strict privacy; reasonable
prices; best care; country ..cases solicited.
Call or address Dr. Darling. Cambridge bids..
INFORMATION WANTED OF MICHAEL J.
Renart. last heard from in Vancouver, Wash.
On account of settlement of an estate. Ad-S1"1-
p- Renart. College Point, Greater
"LADIES' .FRIEND;" ONLY INFALLIBLE
monthly regulator. Safe and prompt Pri-e
$1.50. Convincing samples 50 cents. Callior
nla Medicine Co., 400 Clay st., San Fran
cisco. MANLT VIGOR RESTORED BY DR. ROB
rt Iverv Globules. One month's treatment.
$-; 3 months, $5 Sent securely sealed by
mall. Agent. Woodard & Clarke. Portland.
I?.11' high-grade lad es tailor, Brooke
building, 7th and Wash. Phons Hood C14.
Suits made. $25 up, ladles' own goods, $12.50.
30 da-8 only. Fall fioods arrived.
A YOUNG LADY. RECENTLY FROM CHI
cago, the only scientific, experienced mass
euse, manicurist and chiropodist In North
west. 20 Raleigh block.
IF OU ARE SICK USE THE OXYGENOR
King. It cures without medlctne. Apply to
Oregon Oxj-genor Co.. 200H Morrison, room
IS. Agents wanted.
ILLOND'S PREVENTIE CONES. AN UN
equaled antiseptic; no failure; per box. SI 60
saraple. 10c Iljond Chem. Co.. PortlanO.' P.
O box 9i4.
We print 30 visiting cards, proper size and
style, 25c.; 250 business cards. $1; sent post
paid. Brown & Schrnalc. 220 First st. city.
YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS ARE MORE Ac
curately and reasonably filled at Eyssell's
Pharmacy. 227 Morrison St.. bst. 1st and 2d.
Uncle Henry. 150 Cth. .pawnbroker: unredeemed
pledges; barsalns always on hand; warrarft
ed Jewelry, watch repairing lowest prices.
UMBRELLAS MADE IN OREGON; BEST
and cheapest; repairing and recovering Mer
edlth's. t Washington, bet. Fifth and Sixth,
ALL WOMEN WANTING A POSITIVE PRE
ventlve. tend .to P. O box 289. Strictly confi
dential. Sold by a lady
MADAM KELLOGG'S SCHOOL OF DRESS
cutting, 349 Morrison .; accordion and
knife plaiting made.
W. H. LESH-. Jowelerr watches sold on easy
payments. Open Saturday eVgs. C13 Dekum.
SPECIAL SALE OF RrBBER GOOD9
syrlnges.etc Knlght'a Drng etefe. 120 Sixth!
RADICAL AND NEW THOUGHT BOOKS.
Jones Book Store, 230 Alder, Portland. Or.
Sewing machines repaired at your home. Hls
loa. 420 Washington. Phone Hood 906.
Respectable single men and -women wishing to
become acquainted, address P. O. box 350.
CLOTHES MENDED FOR LADIES AND
gentlemen. Apply at roqm 45 Labbe bids.
PERSONAL-JACK. WHEN YOU COMB TO
nlght smoke a Tom Benton cigar. Ethel.
WOULD YOU MARRY IF SUITED?
stamp to lock box 060, Portland Or.
Ladles' Free monthly Regulator. Cannot falL
Mrs. B. Rowan. Milwaukee, Wis.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE UNITED
States for the District Of Oregon Morris &
Whitehead, Bankers, a Corporation, Com
plainant, v. East Side Railway Conmany, a
corporation. Columbia Car & Tool Works, a
Corporation; Penumbra Kelly, as Sheriff of
the County of Multnomah, in the Stat6 of
Oregon; W. O Ganomj. as Sheriff of the
County of Clackamas, m the State of Ore
gon; Wolff & Zwicker Iron Works, a Cor
poration; and Joseph Paquet and B. E.
Smith, co-partners under tbe firm name of
Paquet & Smith; The German Savings &
Loan Society, a Corporation, and Security
Savings & Trust Company, of Portland, Or
egon, a Corporation, Defendants, and A. L.
Maxwell, as Trustee, Complainant, vs. East
Side Railway Company, a Corporation; Mor
ris &. Whitehead. Bankers, a Corporation;
Columbia Car & Tool Works, a Corporation;
Frank Riffle and Albert Riffle, partners as
Oregon Bridge Company; W. A. Cleland;
David Freedman; Charles F. Albee; Delphlne
Whalen; J. F. Clark; Louis Freedman; Sells
Robinson; A. Frledberg; H. P. Chrfstensen,
as Administrator of the Estate of Charles
Beckroan; Alice M. Thayer; N. P. Sorenson.
AS AHmlnlattlm, a .1... T.M.. . Y..1 Tl
--" ..u wt I.X1U U9MIC Ul .IUUI1 JT
--w.wa,, icuucui dvacpiiine i. uampoeii,
as Administratrix of the Estate of Alexander.
vcuixiucit, jcccttBta; aiauiaa m. uenniCK, as
Administratrix of the Estate of Theodore
Bennlck, Deceased; Wolff & Zwlckw Itop
works, a Corporation; Robert Krauze;
Washburn & Moen Manufacturing Company,
a Corporation: German Savings & Loan So
ciety, a Corporation; Henry E. McGinn and
John McGinn, partners as McGinn & Mc
Ginn; and James K. Ross, defendants.
Whereas, on the 1st day of "November. 1000,
by the consideration of the Circuit Court of
the United States for the District of Oregon,
a decree was duly entered In the above-entitled
causes directing a. sale of all the following-mentioned
and described property, to
wit: All and singular the property, real, per
sonal and mixed, belonging to or owned by
the defendant East Side Railway Company,
wheresoever situate, and also all and singu
lar the railway, railroad, telegraph and tele
phone lines of the raid East Side Railway
Company constructed Iknd to hs constructed
upon and over tho lines or routes herein
and In Its articles of Incorporation men
tioned and described, and also all of the
lanus, tenements and hered.taments acquired
or appropriated, on March 1, 1803, or there
after acquired or appropriated for the pur
pose of ritjht of way of such railway or
railroads, and 'all the easements and appur
tenances thereto belonging or In -any wise
appertaining, and all the railways, ways and
rights of way. depot grounds, lands, and
town lots, tracks, bridges, viaducts, culverts,
fences and other structures, depots, station
houses, engine-houses, car-houses, freight
houses, warehouses, machine-shops, work
shops, superstructures,, erections, building's
find fiTtl?rrt n atir ilvnA artn,1-tl .- .1...
- ... ... u.j V,1U HbllVU Wl VAO
use of said railroad or' railway Or In connec
tion therewith, or in the business thereof,
and also all locomotives, tenders-, cars, and
other rolling-stock, equipments, and all rails,
ties, furniture, tools. Implements, fuel and
materials whatsoever for Or in respect of
the construction, operating, repairing or re
placing of said railroads railways, or any
part thereof, or convenient or necessary foe
the use of raid properties, "Whe'her held and
owned on March 1. 1893, or the-eaftsr ac
quired by raid Earft Side Railway Company,
together with all the equipments or appur
tenams whatsoever thereto belonging,
whether held on March 1, 1833, or thereafter
acquired, and all franchises and charters con-
I railways or any of said lines of tel-graph or
icicimone-K or me construction, maintenance
or use thereof, held on March 1. 1803, or
thereafter nnpiiil hv .oM ln.. crjn d.m
way Company, and all the corporate fran
chises of any nature relating thereto. Includ
ing all rl-hts grants and charters from tho
City of Portland the City Of SMlwood. tho
City of Oregon City, and the Cot,nty of Mult
nomah, and tho County of Clackamas, and
the franchise to be a Corporation, and to
operate said railroads, together with all and
slncular the Income, advantages, tenements,
hereditaments and appurtenances to the
above-mentioned railroad or railways, prem
ises or property belonging to or in anywise
appertaining, and the rr version and reversions,
remainder or remainders, tolls. Incomes,
rents. Issues, and profits thereof, and also
-all the- estate, -rights- title interest, property,
possession, claim and demand whatsoever, as
well In law as In rquity, present or pros
pective, of the raid East Sfds Rllllway Com
pany of, In and to tho same and every part
and parcel thereof, with tho appurtenances
thereto belonging,, and alro all goods and
chattels now owned by said Eat Side Rail
' way Comrany, and In any way relating or
appertaining or belonging to, or connected
with its business or used for conducting or
operating the same, together with all rents.
"""'" a.uu iJiuiiu--, iuuueys, nsnis, Denents,
and advantages derived or to be derived, had
or received therefrom by the said East Slda
Railway Company, In any way whatever;
also personal property more particularly de
scribed as follows: Motor cars named"
"Alva," "nona." "Cora " HMen," "Janet,"
"Kate." "Laura,". "Olive," "Rose." "Una,"
"Portland": trailing cars -named "Eva,"
"Flora," "Grace," "Mabel," "Nora." "Per
sls," "Queen," "Stella." "Tot." "Dora":
eight fiat cars; two freight cars numbered
2 and 4:006 box -trailer car numbered 11;
two steam motor cars numbered 1 and 2;
merchandl'e. machlnry. tools, fixture, and
sundrv other personal property on hand; aUo
Including certain merchandise, goods; mate
rial and supplies on hand, being all the
merchandise, roods, material and supplies
belonging to tho defendant East Side Rail
way Company or acquired by the receiver
of the said East Side Railway Cpmpany, and
bIn?' All rt ttln tnbrnhnTllc. wnrAm ....
rials and supplies In the possession of the
said receiver, also Including certain tools,
fixtures and apparatus, al) In the possession
or the said receiver: nnd all mtneys due and
owlnr to the said defendant East Side Rail
way Company from divers persons, and all
moneys due nnd owing to the receiver of the
Eat Side Railway Companv from any per
son: and all property owned by the defend
ant East Side Railway Company or acquired
by the receiver or the d-rndant East S'd
Rallway Company, whrrrver situated, and
of the receiver of the ttud East Side Railway
Company; and all monfys due and owing to
th receiver of the said deferdant Ea?t SIdo
Railway Company, and Including all the
property of the above-named defendant. East
Side Railway Company, of every name and
nature, wheresoever situated, whether or not
the Fama be specifically described herein; and
all the property acquired by the receiver In
the above-entitled causes, or in either there
of and all the rroperty In the possession or
charge of taid receiver; and all risht, title
interest and claim both at law and in
equity. In and to any and all of said prop
erty. And. whereas, the unarslgncd are In and
by said decree appointed Special Master Com
missioners to make al o' the herein-described
property and directed to sell the same
In the manner and upon the terms and condl-
tfnna hrtn wtntefl tn a Anv ,. nk .. t
........ ..,.... ..........f v, u v,,. hiiu Ah till xiour
to be fixed by them, and to exscutc and de
liver a deed or defdi of conveyance and
transfer the raid property to the purchaser or
purchasers thereof upon an order confirming
shld sale and up'on payment or settlement of
the purchase price b.'d as In said decree pro
vided. Now. therefore, notice Is herebv given that
we, the undersigned C H. Prescott and
Wallace McCaroant. Spe lal Master Commis
sioners of the above-entitled court, appointed
in and directed by said court to make sale as
aforesaid, pursuant to the directions, provis
ions and requirements of the said decree on
Saturday, the Sth day of December, 1000 at
the hour of 2 o"cIock P. M. On said day. said
aay and houfbeing fixed hy us for said sale,
in accordance with the terms and provisions
of said decret and as required by said de
cree, at Umatilla avenue. In Sellwood
In the City of Portland. In Multnomah
County. Oregon, and on the line of
said railway between Portland and Or
egon City, will sell the abavo - described
property as an entirety and In one lot or par-
-v. wv,.u.. u.t n.iuvui. icuCiUyUOQ, aUO
subject only to confirmation by said court,
at public auction to the highest bidder Or
bidders, and upon the following terms, to
wlt: No bid will be received or entertained
from any one offering to bid upon said -property
who shall net have deposited with the
undersigned Special Master-Commissioners at
least two hours prior to the said hour fixed
for said sale, the sum of twenty-fhe thou
sand dollars ($25,000) in money or by duly
certified check payable to the order of the
todersignPd as Special Master Commission
ers, upon some responsible bank satlsfactory
to the underslsned, as a pi dse that such'
bidder will make good his bid; the deposit
so received from any unsuccessful bidder will
be returned to him when the property shall
be struck down, and the deposit received
from the successful bidder will be applied on
account of the purchase price of the prop
erty as" may be directed by the said Circuit
Court of the United States Tor the District
of Oregon. No bid Will be received, enter
tained or accepted for eald property less
than the sum of $250,000. and unless that
v.u bum.. .... w.u .v. ..a.... f.WVll? U1B UU-
derstrued trill adjourn the sale and apply to
the said Circuit Court for further Instruc
tions. Iff case any bidder or purchaser shall
fall to make good his bid upon tho accept
ance thereof by the understrned. the said
Special Master Commissioners, or shall fall
after such acceptance to comply with any
order br orders of the court relatlhe to the
payment thereof or to the consummation of
the purchase, then all sums of money de
posited by such purchaser or purchasers shall
be forfeited as a penalty for such failure
AriiQ aKfttr ha arwtltftM fniu, wT. Y .u.. 1
. of the expenses of re-sale and towards mak-
6vv av-j iuh iq case tne
property should be sold for a less- price upon
sue!, t-e-ral-. If &fty ea"e fcr which a d-nosit
shall have been made shall not be confirmed
by the court, such deposit Bhall be returned
to the bidder making the same. The pur
chaser, upon confirmation of the sale, by the
said Circuit Court, must make full payment
In cash of the purchase price of said prop
erty not exeeedlns the total sum bid for said
property, except that upon the balance of
the purchase price not required by the decree
of said court to be paid In cash, the pur
chaser may pay the. same either In cash, or
may satisfy and make good such balance of
his bid in whole cr In part, by turning In to"
be canceled or credited any debentures, notes
or certificates Issued by the receiver In the
said causes or In either thereof; and all or
aay of three hundred bonds each for the sum
of one thousand dollars, and each dated
March 1, 1803, made by the defendant East
Side Railway Company, and all or any of
the cousons attached to the bald bonds, or
any of them; such purchaser shall be cred
ited therefor" on aconnt of the purchase prlco
such sum in cash as would be payable upon
such receiver's debentures, notes or certifi
cates, or such bonds or co'upons out of the
proceeda of ale If the whole amount 61 the
purchase price were paid In cash, and no
The right ,1s reserved to re-sell .said prop
erty upon such notice as the said Circuit
Court may direct in case the purchaser shall
fall or refuse to pay any balance on ac
count of the purchase prlco bid byhlm with
in flvo days after the entry of an order re
quiring such payment.
All sums of money received by the under
signed Special Master Commissioners or after
the sale paid or deposited "by the bidder or
purchaser, are to be deposited with the Clerk
of the said Circuit Court in the registry of
said, court, subject to the order of the said
The complainant, Morris & Whitehead,
bankers, and the cross-complainant, A. L.
Maxwell, as trustee, and either of them, and
any creditor of the defendant East Side
Railway Company, and any person who is a
holder of aay debentures, notes or certificates
issued by the said receiver, and any holder
of any claim or demand against the defend
ant East Side Railway Company, and any
Pffty to these causes, or either of them, may
bid upon or purchase said property at said
sale; and all the proceeds arising from tho
sale of sajd property shall bs retained In the
custody of said Circuit Court subject to the
order of aald court, and. will he distributed
and applied and paid out as the said court
shall order and direct, and In such manner
and upon such notice as the said court shall
direct, and In pursuance of the said decree.
.Ta..CIrcu,t Court the United States for
the District o( Oregon In this notice referred
to as "the fcaid Clrcurt Court." or as "the
said court." retains Jurisdiction ot) the above
entitled causes "for the purpose of enforcing
the provisions of said decree concerning said
sale and the payment of the purchase price,
and, all other provisions of said decree.
Reference 1s hereby made to said decree
'or a description of the property to be sold
And tnA tTm, aviA MWltlnn n ..A. -..i..
, and. by mich reference the said decree is mado
a part tf this notice.
Dated November 5, 1900.
C. S. PRESCOTT,
, , WALLACE McCAMANT.
Special Master Commissioners of tho Cir
cuit Court of the United States for the
i Dlstrldt of Oregon. .
Address No. 33 Concord building, Portland.
Oregon, or No. 140 First street, Portland,
,.. - COTTON. TEAL & MINOR.
314 Worcester block, Portland. Orejron.
03$, Chamber of Commerce, Portjand, Ore-
" w r complainant ana
S-' GORMAN ISLES. CAPT. PETTERSEN,
from Java Neither the captain nor the un
dersigned consignees of the above-named ves
sel .-will be responsible for any debts that
nay be contracted by the crew. Taylor.
Young & Co.. Agents.
Portland, Or., Nov. 10, 1000.
PROPOSALS FOR CLOTHING AND EQUIP-aget-Depot
Quartermaster's Offlce, 3(5 New
Montgomery St, San Francisco, Cal., No
vember S. 1000. Sealed proposals, in tripli
cate, will be received at this offlce until 10
oplock A M., Friday, November 23. 1900,'
Pacific 'Standard time, and then opened,
for furnishing wcol blankets, leather gaunt
lets. Berlin gloves, hat cords, leggins, Cham
bray shirts, cotton undershirts, woolen stock
Inge, suspenders, cotton stockings, scrubbing
brushes, storm and Tecrultlng flags, recruit
ing Rag halliards, garri on and po t flag hal
liards. Quantities to be subject to an in
crease of 50 per cent. If desired by this de
partment. Unguaranteed bids and bids upon
samples differing rrom standards and specifi
cation on requirements will, except in the
cases hereinafter mentioned, under no cir
cumstances, be considered: proposals for less
quantities than advertised for will be enter
tained. Bids will be opened for the delivery
of the same articles at either the San Fran
cisco, Chicago, Philadelphia or Boston de
pots, but none w'll be given consideration
for delivery at other ro nts than those named
above. Early deliveries ara essential. Pro
posals upon woolen stockings, heavy quality?
"having seamless- toss and. full seamless heels,"
but otherwise conforming to specifications,
will also be entertained, in which cash pro
posals offering such must be accompanied by
sample. Bidders upon scrubbing brushes will
be permitted to submit samples differing
from specifications and standard require
ments. Preference will be given to articles
of domestic production and manufacture, con-
uiiiu.ia u iirice itnu quality ocing equal tin--
eluding in the price of foreign production
and manufacture .the duty thereon), and
such rrtrerence will be given to articles of
American production and manufacture pro
duced on the Pacific Coast, to the extent bf
the consumption required by the public serv
ice there. The United States reserves the
right to accept or reject any or all proposals
or any part thereof. Information hnd blanks
for proposals will be furnished on applies--tlon.
Envelopes containing proposals will be
Indorsed "Propoyals No 0311," and addressed
to I.A.TOR OSCAR F LON'G Quartermaster,
U S. Vols.. Depot Quartermaster.
SAL: OF REFUNDING BONDS NOTIfR Tq
hereby given that bids will be received by
the Treasurer of the City of Hippner until
December L 1900 for the sale of $4000 re
funding bonds of said city to run tor 10
years at 5 per cent Interest Full informa
tion given on inquiry. The city reserves
the right to reject any and all bids. L. W.
Brlggs, City Treasurer.
OFFICE OF C. Q.-M., VANCOUVER BAR
racks. Wash., Novembsr 7. 1300. Wahted
by the U. S. 500 cavalry horses, more or
less Dealers will be advised of descriptions,
etc., by conspicuously posted handbills In
their respective localities, and dates when an
Inspector will be present to Inspect such an
imals as may be presented. J. W. JACOBS,
C O -M.
LOANS WITHOUT PUBLICITY ON FURNI
ture. pianos, salaries, etc. Can be paid lh
Installments, reducing Interest. Rates lower
than the lowest. F. W. Graves, Mgr 124
Cth, near Wash, (ground floor). Tel. Oak 1331
LOANS WITHOUT PUBLICITY ON REAL
cr chattel mortgages, personal or salary se-
curiijr, in raw ic3. v. w. .raiieii, sis Com
mercial block. TeL Grant 858.
yiOO.OOO TO LOAN AT 5H. 0, 7 PER CENT
City and suburban property for sale and-renL
Wm. G. Beck. i!l Morrison st.
MONEY LOANED ON BICYCLES, PIANOSL
furniture and ether securities. W. a. Hath
away, room 10 Wash. bldg. Phone Hood 413.
LOANS ON MINING STOCK. FURNITURE,
real estate or other securities. 128 Third itZ
C. H. Thompson's Cut-Hate Ticket Office
LOANS ON FURNITURE, PIANOS AND
other securities; lowest rates; private. S. W.
King, roomj45 Washington building.
LOANS IN SUMS FROrf f5 TO 1C00, ON ALL
classes of security. R. I. Eckerson; & Co.,
room 6 Washington bldg. Phone Clay 883.
State funds loaned 6 per cent. W. E. Thomas,
state agt. for Mult. Co., 400 Cham, of Com.
MONEY TO LOAN ON ALL KINDS OF Se
curity. Wm. Holl. room 0 Washington bldg.
LOANS on chattels, Faiaries, etc., low rates.
See us flrt Mann & Co . 601 Detain! bldg.
MONEY TO LOAN, 0 per cent, farm or rlty
yiviiviiy. v, ux, oiuiih. a v.n. Ol WmmtrCB.
MONEY TO LOAN ON CHATTEL SECURI
tv. Phone Red 2"53. -Frame. BIO Marquam
SEATTLE BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY A
millinery stock, very centrally located, doing
goad business; owner sick, must sell; a bar
gain to right -party. Take the train and como
at once. B. L. Mulr t Co., basement P.-I
JUST THE PLACE FOR A HOME BAKERY"
dellcate-essen and coffee-house combined; on
one of the best streets, and nice building
cheap rent to desirable tenant. J. Kraemer!
CORNER STORE. IS NORTHERN PART OF
city, wnere an active man with a small cap
ital can do very fair business and need have
very light expenses. J. Kraemer, Commer
FOR SALE A FINE TRANSIENT ROOM-lnjr-nouse.
doing good business' beat location
In the city. Address K 10, care Oregonlan.
WANTED PARTNER TO HELP DEVELOP
a promising quarts claim; about 3200 re
quired. Address T 9, care Oregonlan.
JS0O0 WILL PURCHASE LARGE INTEREST
In valuable land enterprise; investigate. Ad
dress J 10, care Oregonlan.
WANTED A PARTNER WITH 4250; FTRST
class business; large returns; pleasant efa
ployment. U 7, Oregonlaa
FOR SALE CIGAR STORE. BILLIARD AND
pool rooms In connection; cheap. Inquire 231
Acortllon cat KsUte Flaltfaa.
Abo binding furnished and skirts rebound, 11.
Miss Gould, sol Marquam building-.
MISS ANNIE MATTTNQLY'S FROEBEL KIN-
...b. ,en. yjfo pnon, oiDira ua. iua iin-
Agrlonlraral Implements, Hacdiuety.
JOHN POOLE; Newtoa -agon-, "buggies, wlnd
mllls. pcmjS. machinery. Foot Morrison st.
Ansaycra and Analysts.
J-.H. FISK. MINERAL ASAYEft AD
chemist; gold dust bought. 204ft Washington.
pAUL BAUMEL, ASSAYER AND ANALYST;
gold dust bought. 223 Stark st.
EDWARD T. TAGGART. ATTORNEY - AT
Uw, general practice. 618 Chamber of Ootn
raorccf ,'-JV" -WGM. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW AND
counselor. Bates Bank bldg.. Portland. Or.
Manufacturers and Importers of barbers' Sup
plies. G. N. W. Wilson. 80 0th .. Portland.
J- X. GILL J& CO.. WHOLESALE AND RE
tan booksellers and stationers, 133-55 3d st.
New and second-hand, school and mrsc books
bought, sold and exchanged. 225 Morrison.
BOOKS, OLD AND NKW. BOUGHT AND
sold. Tho Old Book Store. 220 Yamhill.
FRENCH SELLS. MAKES AND BUYS
boxes. 813 Washington. Phone Clay 442.
VULCAN COAL CO.. dealers In house, steam
and laclamlth coals. Also foundry coke.
Front st., near Gltsan. Ore. tel.. Red 17GU.
Carpenters and Builders.
JOHN A MELTON, carpenter, builder; office
.... .wib uAiuict, ure. tei, i. ia ouiih.
Chlropodisjs and Manicuring:.
WM. DEVENY & MAUD DEVENX. THE
"'"J aticuuac cniropoaists. parlors jot Aiisxy
bldg., 3d and Morrison. Ore. phone. Grant IB.
Mme. Dr. Herzog, from Berlin, scientific ro
yealer; tells- entire lite, pant, present and lu
tUre; consultation on all affairs; nothing ex
cepted; names given, good advice; sure nerp;
mistake impossible; Imports genuine gypy
'vo Powder. Fee, $1, letter, fit. 3B3 Alder.
HERMAN METZGER, PURCHASER OF
hides, pelts, furs, wool, mohair, tallow, old
rubber and old metal, and general commis
sion merchant. Front St.. near Main. Port
land. Or. Cash advances oh consignments.
TAYLOR. YOUNG Jfc CO.. SHIP BROKERS
.and commission merchants, Sherlock bldg.,
ALLEN & LEWIS. COMMISSION AND PRO
duce -merchants. Front & D sts., Portland, Or.
EJERDING & FARRELL. commission, butter.
- ..itcia auu jiiTm proauce, rgruaan,
METAL SKYLIGHTS. GALVANIZED TRON
cornices. J. C. Bayer, 2B5 Second St.
MISSES MATOTNGLY ACADEMY OF DANC
lng. 289 14th. Class or private lesions.
DR. B. H. FISHER. PHONE HOOD 893.
717 The Dekum.
Dyelne ann 'Cleanlns.
H. W. TURNER, PROFESSIONAL DYER
and cleaner. 3U1 17th. Tel. Red 13,1.
A beautiful complexion may oe had by. treat
ment at the hands of the renowned Mrs. F.
Constance Waiiaco, tho expert on facial
aiaisage, which treatment will positively -move
wrinkles, cjmplea, freckles, moth
patches, blackhesds. tan and sunburn; hollow
cheek filled out; scalp scientifically treated.
Rocm 70 Lewis bldg., Morrtk.on 2nd Park sts.
Pence nnd Wire Works.
OLD EAST PORTLAND FENCE AND WIRE
iTuru. ? wunson. su iiast Morrison St.
AU kinds machinery and Bicycle repalring-saw
filing and gumming. Jacob Polear; 214 Jef.
Hair Dressing; and Mnnlcurltair.
ROSENTHAL SISTERS. 160 FIFTH OFP
P. O. Switches a specialty. Phone Hood 014.
Harness nnd Saddles.
UREYMAN LEATHER CO., WHOLESALE
saddle and harness manufacturers, saddlery
hardware, findings arid shoe stofD supplies
lekther of all kinds. 73 Front at. """"
THE GEORGE LAWRENCE CO., WHOLE
sale Baddlers and harness manufacturers
leather and saddlery hardware. 72 .Front st.'
Iron Founders. Mach'sts, Ship BIA'rs,
Wolff & Zwicker Iron Works; designers and
mfre. of ships, steamboats, marine, mlnm
and mining; macliinery; rUeted steel p$e.
Bmith & Watson Iron Wot-ksj" engines ana holl
ers; logging engines a specialty r quartz and
jaw mills; misc. machinery. Front and Hall.
Order of Washington, forembst fralemal so
ciety of N. w.i protects the living? fixed pa
ments eliminate doubtful "dividends " J L
Mltcr-ell. Sop. Sec'y. 012-616 Marqgam bldg?
HAMBURG-BREMEN FIRE TNS. CO 102
First st. Boyd &t Arnold. General Agents.
Magnetic had Jlental Healing.
Mrs. C. J. Maple, magnetic healer (Weltmer
method), othce treatment and college courses
given. 221 Goodnough bldg., Sth & Yamhill
Manufacturer of Ladles' tioods.
LADIES' 8lLK WAISTS AND WRAPPER!
fahcy white goods, "Bilk underwear mada to
order. Sing Chong Co., 333 Morrison
"THE SNOWJDEN" TUB AND VAPOfi
, baths, massage, electricity. 131 Fourth
near Alder. Phone Red 421. uuruir
Select maasage and magnetic treatments: ladv
from 8. F. Parlor" 26. 2S?5 Stark st.
Dekiim Treatment Roonii, Dekum bldg Ida
Wteland, Edgar Belknap, attendanta '
Marble and Granite Worlts.
LARGEST, BEST STOCK OF MONUMENT
In city, at cost. to. reduce stock before mov"
lng Sown town. Weeks. 720 Front st,
PORTLAND MARBLE WORKS: marble, gran
ite and stone work. Schaheh A- Neii, 268 1st
Lessons COc; piano, guitar, banjr. mandolin vla
Hn Instruments' for sale. Mrs. Martin. 104U 1st
MUSIC STUDIO. ZCO" 14TH AND JEFFER
son. Special attention given to beginners,
SIGNOR G. FERRARI. MASTER OF VOfCfc
culture. Mntkey big.. Second and Morrison.
LADIES! CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH PENW
royal Pnis are the best. Safe, reliable Tak
no other. Send 4c stamps-, for Pirtleoi-o-t
"Relief for Ladies," In letter by i-etora malt
Ask yoar druggist. Chichester Chemical Co.
Philadelphia. Pal " v-.
PAUL CROMWELLi THE COLORED SPE
clallst. has opened up his office at 347 Front,
and will sell his medicine as usual Medi
cines for all kinds of chronic diseases.
Ottumwa mining hoists, dynamos, motors savr
mills, etc Tatum fc Bo wen. 2338 First st.
J. B. Pf'KrNGTON. grower and importer of
fine nursery stock! trees, shrub, vlnei clb.
Shade ireesplanted. Depot. 28th and Belmont
(formerly Hanson's). Ore. phon Blue 883.
Oresron VJavi Co.
Lewis bldg.. Park and Morrison. Free Health
lectures to -fromen Thursday, at 2:30 p. m.
Bertha A. Trulllnger. specialist; complexion
scalp, treatments, manicuring. Parlors 25-"a
Russet bldr.. 4th & Mbrr. Phone Front 3751
Portland Riding; Clubs, ,
LtVERY AND BOARDING; LADIES' AND
.gentlemen's saddle horses. C51 Jeffer-oa.
Dr. W. A. Rogers and Dr. Rhoda C Uleks.
graduates under Dr. A T. Still, the founder
of Osteopathy; consultation and diagnosis
free. 532-3-4. Marquam bldg. Phone Main 27.
DxV B- -Northrop, specialist In nerVoua and
chrpaM diseases: suite 418 Dekum bldg.. 3d
and Wash. Examination free. Tel. Mam 348.
DR-.L-B. SMITH. PIONEER OSTEOPATH,
suite 400 Oregonlan building. Phone Oak 42L
T. J. OEISLER, fno-flll -CHAMBER OF COM.
Registered attorney U. a latent Office.
Physicians and Surgeons,
Dr-.?l,ra Brown; diseases of women and
children a specialty. Cbnsultatlon and. dlaz
nosta free. 517-518 The Dekum. Portland, Or.
Dl:. JAMES DICKSON. SPECIALIST IN KID-
ney and akin diseases. Odd Fellows' Temple,
DR. CORA a TALBOTT. 181H FIRST 13
years experience In diseases of woman.
MRS. L. DURHANS, SCIENTIFIC PALM
1st. Macleay bulldmg. room 200. seoond floor.
10 A. M. to 5 P. M. ; evenings. 81 Grand
ave.. roam 60. Readings. 50 and 11.
iSi-d: Stevenson. soleatlHc palmist and
psychic; reads past, present, future, 300ft 1st.
First-olass meals; check system;. whlteliabor.
Perklas. 108 Fifth. D. H. Brown, pro
Rooflnjr and Skyllgktr. '
Removed-W A. WynkoojT, 24S Ash. -near Jd.
Phone Hood 704. Country wors; specially.
SAFES. SAFES, BANK WORK. LOCK DEPT..
opening lockouts, repairs. J. E. Davis, a 3d!
Savr Mill Machinery.
Chrlsteason-MeMaster Machinery Co.: new and
2d.hand machinery. E. Water and E. Taylor.
Showcases and Store Fixtures.
DIXON. BORGESON & CO., FRONT AND
M.BJ' .SAI'LC.E-...RELIABLE CLAIRVOY
ant and psychic life reader; consult Bef on
u. uuliib, iovo irouDies, aosent friebiU;
good advice on mines; reading daily. 50c and
up. 167 First St.. offices 7 and 8.
MRS. STEVENS. SPIRITUAL LIFE READ
er; sittings dally. 221 Morrison St.. rtn. 2
M? C-.9JneUus' medium. 205 Goodnough
bldg.. Fifth and Yamhill. Tel. Brown 441.
MRS. VVESTLAKE. PARLORS 34 AND 33
Dewls bldg., 3504 Morrison.
OVERLAND STORAGE WAREHOUSE
Fourth and Davis. Merchandise a specialty.
Insurance rates low; storage rates reasonable.
Careful attention given to country consign
ments. TeL Or. Mala 777; Columbia S7ft,
SAFES, PIANOS. FURNITURE MOVED AND
packed for shipping. C. M. Oben. 123 First.
Tel. office Main 1087; Black S01.
Storage and Transfer,
STORAGE AT LOW RATES CAN BE HAD
at Fred Bickers storehouse, 31 North Front.
Stores, Ranees, Household ITdrrare"
Hardware; -sole agt. Universal stoves & ranges:
housefurnlshlHg goods. J. J. Kadderly. 141 lit
Tents and A-irnlnsrs.
PORTLAND TENT & AWNING CO.; TENTS,
sails, awnings. 229 Ankeny. TeL Grant 150L
New Turkish bath parlorsj modern appliance:
gents only. 825 Chamber Com., J. F; Klfig.
United States Pensions.
E. W. ALLEN. 613 CHAMBER OF COM
mercc, pension attorney. 20 years experience.
CV,P..1!fLXJGER NOTARY. 148 SECOND ST.
Rebellion and later war applications made.
DR. -01. H. POWER TREATS ALL DOMES
tio animals. 303 Jefferson: bhons Oak 1021.
ALLEN A LEWS. WHOLESALE GROCERS
cor. N. Front and Davis sts.. Portland. Or
LOST. AND .FOUSBv
LOST BROWN AND WHITE FEMALE FOX
!"&' "J1 tall Return and get reward at
238 Washington st.
LOST-ST. BERNARD OOG; LICENSE 125t
on collar. Return to 880 Mississippi avenue.
OREGON MINING STOCK EXCHANGE.
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE BUILDING
OPEN CALL 10:30 O'CLOCK A. M. DATLT.
Ft J. Hard & Co.. Chamber of Commerce bldir.
Oregon Phone 810; Columbia Phone 239.
Rountree A Diamond, Portland, Or.. 241
Stark st. Phone Grant 201. ,.
PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY
109 THIRD STREET.
Money to loan on mortgage.
A general trust and agenoy business transacted.
BtiNJ. L COHBN President
H. L. PITTOCK. A. 8. NICHOLS Vlce-Prea.
E. J. ALSTOCK. J. O. GOLTRA.... Secretaries
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF PORTLAND, OB.
Designated Depository and Financial Agsnt of
the United. States.
President H. W. CORBETT
Vice-President A. L. MILLS
ttuc .. .. .......... r. j. vvj,xril
Assistant Cashier J. W. NEWKTRK
Letters of credit Issued, available in Europe
and the Eastern States.
Sight exchange and telegraphic transfers sold
u .ion vJ w., t.iftij, o- lALUI, Ol.
Paul. Omaha, Ban Francisco and the principal
points In the Northwest.
Bight and time bills drawn In sums to suit
on London. Paris, Berlin, Frankfort-on-the-Maln,
Hong Kong, Yokohama, Copenhagen.
Christian Ik, Stocknohn, St. Petersburg, Mos
cow. Zurloh, Honolulu.
Collections made on favorable terms. '
LADD & TILTON, BANKERS
ESTABLISHED IN 1850.
Traasaet a. General Banking Business.
Interest allowed on tims deposits.
Collections made at all points on favorable
terms. Letters Of credit issued available la
Europe and the Eastern States.
Sight Exchange and Telegraphio Transfers
sold on New York, Washington. Chicago. St.
Louis, Denver, Omaha. San Francisco and vari
ous points In Oregon. Washington, Idaho, Mon
tana arid British Columbia.
Exchange sold on London. Paris, Berlin,
Frankfort and Hone Kong.
WELLS, FARGO & CO. BANK
CASH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS,. ...W.250.000
Trvtr-K- T VAT.T5NTIVR WIESinRVT
HOMER S. KING MANAGER.
R. M. DOOLY CASHIER
JOHN E. MILES ASSISTANT CASHIER
General Banking Business transacted. Ex
change solL and Letters of Credit issued.
MERCHANTS NATIdNAL BANK
J.FRANK WATSON ., President
R.L. DURHAM Vice-President
R. W. HOYT , , Cashier
GEO. W. HOYT Assistant" Cashier
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING
interest paid on time deposits.
Drafts and letters of credit issued, available
In all parts of the world.
Collections, a- specialty. Gold dust bought
LONDON AND SAN FRANCISCO BANK,
Chamber of Commerce building. Third and
Head OfSee, 71 Lombard street. London,
CAPITAL AUTHORIZED SOOTOOO
VAillAl rA V ... ........... lw,tw
This- bank transacts a general banking busi
ness, makes loans, discounts bills and 'issues
letters of credit available for travelers ana the
purchase Of merchandise in any city of'-tho
world. Deals -in forfclga .and doaiMtle-exchange.
Accounts of ceantry banks received.
Interest pat4 on term, deposits,
W. A MacRAE. Manager.
THE UNITED STATER NATIONAL' BANK
Transacts a General Baaklng.Baslnesi.
Drafts Issued available m sll cities of ihs
-"United -States arid "Europe - 4
President TYLER WOODWARD
yice-Presldeat JACOB KAMM
Cashier v F. f, MILLER
BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
PIJ:!L CAPITAL I8.000.00rt
RESERVE 600 6W
H"'Adi,?raee' Leaftard street. London.
Com I Block, 244 Washington st., Portland.
P. LEA BA1.NES. Manager.