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THE MOENING OREGONIN, THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1901.
TAKEN FROM 200 FOURTH ST. FUR
collar. Parties possessing this will And it to
their Interest to return same Immediately
to room 320 The Marquam. Reward liberal.
No Questions asked.
$500.00 to $50,000.00
For loans on most favorable terms. Municipal
and school bonds purchased. W. H. Fear,
Chamber of Commerce.
On Improved city and farm property, at lowest
current rates. Building loans. Installment
loans. MacMaster & Blrrell. 311 Worcester bile
On Portland real estate at lowest rates.
Titles Insured. Abstracts furnished.
Title Guarantee & Trust Co.
7 Chamber of Commerce.
THE ANN ARBOR BAKERY
Has removed from 347 Morrison to 313 Morri
son st, Haa also put In large ovens of the
most modern design in the building S. W. cor.
ICth and GUian sts.. where they have opened
a. fine retail bakery. We have no successors.
NOTICE TO HOPGROWERS
The Oregon Hopgrowers' Association Is pre
pared to sell hop twine of an sizes at the low
est possible prices..
JAMES WINSTANLEY. Manager.
J. D. WILCOX & CO.
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
"Resident Agents of .
THE ORIENT INSURANCE CO. OF HART
FORD, 202 Stark st.
CHOICE ACREAGE CHEAP.
For a limited time only we offer five and
ten-acre tracts at the low price of $125 to $250
per acre. This Is fine land, on the Montavilla
car line, and will largely increase In value.
Title Guarantee & Trust Co.
7 Chamber of Commerce.
Do you want a home?
Lots, at reasonable price and house built to
Wc will help you, end you can repay us In
Come In and e the Investment Co.
E. Qu&ckenbush, Pros., 244 Stark st.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
SPECIAL BARGAINS IN CITY REAL Es
tate "59 lots in Arbor Lodge Addition to the
City of Portland, near St- Johns motor line.
Block SO, Carter's Addition, close to the
public school; streets graded and cldewalked;
within one block of cable car; very sightly.
Fractional block 35. Front st., with :i-tory
brick building, formerly occupied by Bank of
British Columbia: renting now tor $80 per
month, and could easily be made to produce
a larger rental.
Block 199, Couch Addition, with warehouse
"building on part. 100x200. quite near to rail
The above properties are for positive salo.
Bids can be made to
THESE HAVE GOT TO SELL
That nice 5-acre place, house, barn, 400
fruit trees, half mile station, 10 miles out,
47 acres, on gravel road, 0 miles out; all
nice, black loam garden soil, in cultivation;
8-rocm house, large barn, plenty fruit; $3000
And that 190-acre grain, stock and dairy
farm, all fenctd and cropped: rich soil, choice
fruit, fine buildings; near Hlllsboro; prlc
$7000. R. H. DUNN. 140 First st.
J. W. OGILGEE. ROOM 11. J.45 FIRST ST.
$2700 100x101 feet, with 10-room residence
(modern), centrally located. In Sunnyslde;
buildings cost more than price asked for the
$000 Quarter block. 100x100 feet, on East
18th and Ellsworth sts.; very low in pries.
$275 One lot. 50x100 feet, In Tlbbett's Ad
dition, on East ICth st.
CHOICE INVESTMENT 3 ACRES. MOD
era G - room house; porcelain bath; open
fireplace, etc.: young orchard: between
Union and Williams avenues, adjoining
Piedmont; a convenient home, with certainty
of large future increa. in value; price
$3100. $750 down, balance long term. Owner,
713 Dekum building.
THREE. BEAUTIFUL CORNER LOTS. COV
ercd with bearing trees of all kinds; also
several varieties of berries; good picket
fence, on graveled street: one block from car
line. Inquire of B. S. Loomls, 341 Cambridge
St.. Cloverdale, or M. E. Thompson, 2U4
$2500 WILL BUY 12 ACRES IN HEART OF
one of bert towns in Willamette Valley.
Worth three times the amount for platting.
Taxes all paid and good title. For partic
ulars address John B. Slater. Colvllle. Wash.
$1850-2 COTTAGES, WEST SIDE; DESIR
able neighborhood: Income 10 per cent above
taxes and insurance.
2 acres at Mt. Tabor,- Improved: $700.
H. F. BORDEN, 223 Ablngton Bldg.
LIST YOUR REAL ESTATE
ATKINSON. WAKEFIELD & CO.,"
229 STARK ST.
THEY CAN SELL IT.
IRVINGTON SIGHTLY LOT, 13TH. NEAR
Tillamook St.. $550; cholco corner at 9th and
Tillamook, $075; all city improvements. See
owner, at C20 Marquam bk. Phone Grant 921.
A LARGE LIST OF FARM AND CITY PROP
erty. business chances, etc See us before
buying. Canadian Employment and Real Es
tate Office. 220 Morrison, room 10.
75 DOLLARS EACH CASH FOR TWO LOTS.
25x125. In Bralnard's Addition", two blocks
from street cars. Apply to O. M.- Risser.
20-ACRE FARM. 1 MILES FROM VAN
couvcr. Wash.; 15 acres prunes, house, barn.
dryhouse; $7000. C14 Commercial block.
NICE SIX-ROOM COTTAGE. BEST PART
Holladay'a Addition; reasonable, terms to
suit. Address S C, Oregonlan.
$450 CHOICE HOME SITE. 100x250, WEST
slope Mount Tabor. S. B. Rlggen, McKay
TIMBER LANDS FOR SALE.
Large tracts a specialty; Government or state
crlp. school, deeded or claim lands, mill
Bites, logging, wood and tie chances, cedar
piling, municipal bonds. J. L. Martin & Co.,
001 Oregonlan building, Portland. Or.
TIMBER LANDS BOUGHT AND SOLD:
also land scrip. The Syndicate Company, 203
California building. Tacotna.
TIMBER LANDS FOR SALE. IN LARGE OR
small tracts. For particulars Inquire box 6,
Med ford. Or.
FOR SALE FARMS.
A BARGAIN 240-ACRE FARM, 8 ACRES IN
orchard, 4 houses, 2 barns, dryer 2-ton ca
pacity; 1 house worth $1700; running water;
specially adapted for dairying and frult
ralslng; will iell In whole or In part; has
good water power and place for saw mill;
1000 acres of timber adjacent can be pur
chased: 10 miles from Vancouver, 214 miles
from R. R. station and cheese factory; well
settled neighborhood; good school; worth
$0000; unexpected loss by fire of saw mill on
plaoe causes a forced sale. Price $5000; rea
sonable terms of payment. See W. W.
McCredle, Vancouver, Wash.
FARM FOR SALE 19 MILES SOUTH OF
Oregon City, 3 miles south of Molallo. known
as the teasel farm, containing 310 acres; 140
clear plow land, 40 in creek bottom. 100 up
land, 7 acres orchard; all well watered and
fenced, with stake and wire fence, and
drained with stone and tile ditches; good
buildings; 90 rods from schoolhouse. 115 rods
from church; good location for taking stock
to mountains. Price $0000. $1000 down, bal
ance to suit at 5 per cent Interest. For par
ticulars apply to A J. Saxvtell, on farm.
STOCK AND FRUIT RANCH OF 870 ACRES
fcr sale; well watered: good sqll; 30 acres
bearing orchard; only two miles from Oak
land. Douglas County. Or ; low price and easy
terms. Apply directly to the Pacific Mutual
Life- Insurance Company. San Franclsco4 Cal.
FARMS IN VARIOUS' PARTS OF WASH
lngton and Oregon bought at mortgage fore
closure Bales, for sale at CO per cent of
actual value; all sizes and kinds. Call at my
law office. 003 Chamber Commerce building.
Geo. W. Hazen.
IMPROVED FARMS FOR BALE IN ALL
parts of Oregon and Washington; payments
made to suit purchasers. For full particulars
as to various properties, apply to MacMaster
Blrrell. 311 Worcester block.
FARMS AND FARM LAND NEAR PORT
land and Oregon City and in Tualatin Val
ley; cut up to suit purchasers. Apply the
Oregon Iron & Steel Co.. 330 Sherlock bldg.
FOR SALE 15 ACRES. SOUTHERN ORE
gon. on Rogue River, one mile from Grant's
pass. Inquire candy store, 224 Washington
THREE DESIRABLE FARMS. 80 ACRES
ach. good improvements, $1200. Room 103,
FOR RENT FAItMS.
FOR RENT 50 ACRES OF LAND. AT CITY
limits; good car service; suitable for garden
or ohlckcn ranch; stream of water year
round; house, barn and other buildings;
water can be distributed oyer entire place.
S. W. Church. Third and Clay.
FOR RENT 40 ACRES. 8 MILES FROM
city; cash. Call after 0 P. M., 700 East Sal
mon. TO EXCHANGE.
GOOD 7-ROOM HOUSE. BATH. PANTRY,
city and well water, block of land, barn,
fruit, shrubbery, lawn, garden, excellent
schools, handy to business, churches, tlec
. trie lights; beautiful location, thriving city
on R. R., "Western Washington; for house
and lot in Portland: would assume small
mortgage. Particulars, address box 501, As
toria, Or. Give description and location -of
100 ACRE FARM AND SUBURBAN PROP
crty. exchange for Improved city property,
assume small mortgage. W 7, Oregonlan.
LIVERY STABLE FOR SALE. OR Ex
change for suburban property. For particu
lars address Q 42. care Oregonlan.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
GRAPHOPHONES FOR SALE WE HAVE
operfed temporary headquarter at 203 Good
nough building. Tou are. Invited to inspect
the latest and best talking machine. Colum
bia Phonograph Co., 203 Goodnough building.
LARGE QUANTITY OF GOOD BRICK FOR
sale, in lots to suit purchasers, delivered to
any part of city; reasonable prices. Kern
Brick Co. Leave orders at C. C Cllne's, US
First St., or telephone Columbia 5144.
SEWING MACHINES A FEW SLIGHTLY
damaged machines. Singer. White, New
Home, and Wheeler & Wilson, at astonish
ing low prices. 335 Morrison st., Marquam
ONE 8-HORSE ENGINE. 12-HORSE BOIL
er, burr mill and chop mill, pulleys and
shafting, cheap. Address Cooke Bros., Syl
200 ACRES. DIARY FARM. FOR SALE OR
rent. Including -40 head cattle, horses, milk
route, tool!", etc Address G. N., 81 Grand
TYPEWRITERS. ALL MAKES. RENTED
and sold. Expert repairing. Office supplies.
etc Coast Agency Co.. 200 SUrk st.
FOR BEST DRY OAK. ASH AND FIR WOOD
and furnaco slab. Hoover. 313 Water st.
Phones Oregon South 651: Columbia S3.
For profitable investment In local oil company,
responsible citizens, also oil land, address L.
Y. Keady & Co.. 110 Sherlock building.
FOR SALE 2 SPAN FINE LARGE WELL
matched young draft horses. 1600 lbs. each.
J. A. "Webber. Vancouver Wash.
FOR SALE HAND - MADE WAGON. AS
good as new; capacity 3500 pounds. Apply
235 First, cor. Main.
FOR SALE-CHEAP; NEW STEEL RANGE;,
only used few months. 310 Tillamook iL,
cor. Rodney ave.
FOR BEST FIR, CAK AND ASH WOOD GO
to Pioneer Wood Yard, foot of Morrison st.
CARLOAD OF HORSES. FROM 1209 TO 1500
pounds each, for sale. 38S Burnslde, corner
200 RIGS FOR SALE. 100 SET HARNESS. 25
work horses. 211 Washington. 304 Front.
New upright piano $175. Hallet-Gurnston $125.
one $3f. organ $20. Upstairs.-104 1st.
SEVERAL HEAD OF GOOD. HEAVY DRAFT
horses. Inquire 313 Water ti.
YOUNG. FRESH COWS FOR SALE,
quire at 381 East Pine st.
BICYCLES AT A BARGAIN.
FOR SALE-LADY'S BICYCLE.
North 12th ft.
Fine Knabe piano for sale or rent; In first
clas condition. Addrofs F 37. Oregonlan.
MEN WANTED FOR THE U. S. NAVY
Seamen, age 21 to 35. $24 a month; ordinary
seamen, age IS to x . a;pi entices, third
class, age 15 to 17. $9; shlpwrightp. age 21
to 35. $35; blacksmiths, age 21 to 35. $50;
plumbers and fitter, age 21 to 35. $15; ma
chinists, first .class, age 21 to 35. $55; ma
chinists, Second class, age 21 to 35. $40; elec
tricians, second class, age. 21 to 35. $40:
electricluns. third class, age 21 to 35. $30:
bollermakers. age 21 to 35 $00; firemen, first
class, ago 21 to 35. $35; firemen, second
class, age 21 to 35. $30: coal passers, age 21
to 35. $22. No one en its ted between aged 17
to IS. Candidates must pass a physical ex
amination showing them to be free from dis
qualifying ailments, and. except apprentices,
an examination showing thrm to be qualified
for their ratings; apprentices, the phynlcal
examination only. The term of enlistment Is
four years. A bonus of four months pay and
an addition of $1.38 to the monthly pay for
each rc-enllfitment within four months on
honorable discharge. Rations, medicines and
medical attendance gratis. Privilege of re
tirement on three-quarters pay after 30
years' sen-Ice. Applicants residing at a dis
tance should always communicate with the
station for particulars before reporting for
examination. A special circular will bo sent
to parents and guardians who may wish to
present boys to enlist as apprentices for
training. Applications should be made to
Commandant. Naval Station. Bremerton.
Washington U. S. S. Nlpslc
TINNER. $3; COOKS. HOTEL. $00; REST.,
night and pastry, $S wk.: flume man. $2:
sledge men. $2 to $2.25: mill hand. $1.05 up;
bolt cutters. 80c; laborers1, bolt camp, $2:
carpenters. $2.50; 10 teams, city. $4; hook
tender. $2.50; tailor. $2 to $2.50; wood
choppers, 75e to 05c; 12 farm hands and
milker:. $20 to $30; other work. Canadian
Agency, 220 Morrison. Loggers' headquar
ters. WANTED FOR U. S. ARMY ABLE-BODIED
unmarried men between ages of 21 and 33;
cltlzenn of United States, of good character
and temperate habits, who can speak, read
and write English. Recruits specially de
sired for service In Philippines. For Infor
mation apply to Recruiting Officer, cor. Third
and Stark sts.. Portland. Or.
WANTED STENOGRAPHERS. BOOKKEEP
ers. clerka and In fact all kinds of skilled
help, to register; no money requlrod until
situation Is secured. Clerk's Registration
Bureau, room 1 Washington building.
WANTED BOOK SALESMAN. FIRST
class, for high-grade publication of great
merit; must be willing to travel. Address D
LIFE OF Qt'EEN VICTORIA NOW READY:
largest and most csmnlete work published.
S. C. Miller & Co,, 353 Yamhill st. Port
MAN TO DO OUTSIDE BUSINESS FOR OLD
establlshed office. Answer to P. O. drawer
22. giving address, name and previous occu
pation. MAN AND WIFE (WITHOUT CHILDREN),
as gardener and laundress on gentleman's
place near Portland. Apply 082 Johnson st.
WANTED A GOOD COLLAR CUTTER OR
foreman on horse collars. W. Davis & Son,
11 Front st., San Francisco, Cal,
IF YOU WANT A POSITION. YOU SHOULD
go to Clerks' Registration Bureau, room 1.
270 Washington at.
EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPHER FOR OF
flce; steady position; good salary. Y 3, core
Acme Emp. Bureau, 245 Morrison. Phone
Oak 900; Col. 237. Help free to employers.
WANTED MEN TO SOLICIT AND C'OL
lect. Call 0-10 A. XL, 330 Marquam.
COATMAKERS AND TROUSERS-MAKERS.
Dean & Curtiw. Tacoma. Wash.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
2 WAITRESSES. CHAMBERMAID. PANTRY
girl, same hotel. $20 each; camp waitress?
hotel cook. E. O.; companion, woman and
child: chambermaids; waitresses; house
work, city and country. $12 to $25. Canadian
Parlora. 220 Morrlaon.
WANTED GIRL FOR OFFICE WORK;
good penman and tyiiewrlter; also some
knowledge of bookkeeping; state experience.
Address T 7. care Oregonlan.
WANTED A COMPETENT WOMAN FOR
general housework, washing and Ironing In
cluded; good wages to right party; refer
ences. 434 Larrabee.
"WANTED MIDDLE - AGED WOMAN OB'
good address to appoint agents; good com
mission, or salary. V 2. care Oregonlan.
I WANT LIVE AGENT FOR CITY, LADY"
or gentleman; good proposition. J. IL Ma
son, room 20, 211 Second, cor. Salmon.
WANTED GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSE
work and cook; good wages; two in family
Apply after 12 o'clock, 71 North 22d st.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK
small family: good wage. Call after 10 a!
M.. 740 Kearney. References.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY: GIRLS FOR
general housework; good wages. Office 23014
VomhJIU Pbn XUar.lc 2JW1.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
PLEASE CALL AT MESDAMES RICHARD
son & "Wilson's male and female employment
office, 23014 Yamhill st.
WANTED EXPERIENCED TAILORESS TO
"help on coats; good pay to right one. Room
C, 271 Morrison st.
WANTED A COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN
pral housework; small house. Call morn
ings, 329 Sixth st.
WANTED A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work for a family of two. 2S0 Broadway,
near Williams ave.
COMPETENT OIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work; good wages. 675 Hancock st., corner
WANTED A COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN
eral housework. Apply mornings. 754 Ir
GIRL WANTED; SMALL FAMILY; PRiV
ilcge of home to good girl. Call 391 Cllffcn,
WANTED COMPETENT GIRL FOR SECOND
and dining-room won. ,ply mornings, 341
Accordion plaiting: reduced prices. Mme. Kel
logg's School of Dressmaking. 14 Lewis bldg.
WANTED APPRENTICE GIRL. AT TAILOR
shop. 107 Union ave. Telephone Union 1453.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. Apply 374 Taylor st., with reference.
WANTED GOOD COOK. TO GO TO THE
Dalles. Apply room 347 Sherlock building.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
worl:. Apply IS7 10th st., near Yamhill.
Acme Emp. Bureau, 245V. Morrison Cook for
Condon, $25; cooks for city. $20 to $25.
WOMAN OR GIRL TO TAKE CARE
young baby at house 400 Tillamook st.
GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK: SMALL FAM
ily; $15. 0G0 Wert Main st.
YOUNG GIRL TO ASSIST WITH GENERAL
housework. 070 East Ankcny.
WANTED COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN
cral housework. 741 GUsan.
WANTED GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. 7C9 Irving st.
GIRL FOR LIGHT HOUSEWORK; TWO IN
family. 203 Seventh.
COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. 221 11th st.
EXPERIENCED COOK WANTED.
252 King it.
ASSISTANT TAILORESS ROOM 322 ALISKY
SITUATIONS WANTED MALE.
POSITION WANTED EXPERT ACCOUNT
ant. now managing department of large cor
poration,, wishes change for personal reasons;
well posted in credits and collections; only
good salary, prospects and ftr.n-clais party
considered; best of references. Address lock
ox 007. Rockford. III.
TO EMPLOYERS WHY ADVERTISE FOR
help when you can go to Clerks' Registration
Bureau and select Just such help as you want
with the best of city references, either male
or female, free of cost? Call and be con
vinced. Office 270 Washington t, room 1.
Phone Oak 481.
WANTED POSITION IN LAW OFFICE. BY
attorney of this city; is notary and rai.ld
type operator. Address Lawyer, care Orego
nlan. YOUNG MAN WANTS POSITION IN CITY;
understands light bookkeeping: never drinks
or uses tobacco. H 5, Oregont.m.
ENERGETIC YOUNG MAN. WILLING TO
work, desires employment of any kind. Ad1
dress K 7, care Oregonlan.
SITUATION WANTED BY YOUNG . MAN.
to clerk In hotel or tend news stand. Ad
dross X 2, care Oregonlan.
YOUNG MAN. A STENOGRAPHER. WITH
some knowledge of bookeeplng. is o;icn for
situation. G 4, Oregonlan.
SITUATION WANTED BY YOUNG MAN.
aged 23; work of any kind, city or country
Address R C, Oregonlan.
SITUATION. BY GOOD. WILLING BOY,
aged 15, In store. Addrora W 4S, Oregonlan.
AS K.Vi. iNKEH. BY EXPERIENCED MAN
with good references. 47 First st.
SITUATIONS WANTED FE3IALE.
Bookkeepers unci Stctiorntthcr.t.
YOUNG LADY STENOGRAPHER. OVER
two years experience, desires position; best
of reference. Address D 1, Oregonlan.
SITUATIONS WANTED BY TWO GIRLS,
to work In came place; chamberwork. fac
tory or laundry. Call at office, 290 Yam-
. hill. Phone Black 28S1.
REFINED ELDERLY' WOMAN WISHES
situation as companion, or to do light house
work, for one or two persons. Ad Ureas E 5,
BY MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN: FIRST-CLASS
cook and general housework; please etate
wages. V 7, Oregonlan.
WANTED TO TAKE CHARGE OF ROOM
lng house, by an experienced lady. Addrens
098 Thuiman st.
YOUNG LADY WOULD KEEP HOUSE FOR
school teacher In exchange for small com-
Eensntlon and Instruction In a few EnglUh
ranches; reference given. Address C 4-t,
RUGS AND CARPETS WOVE ON SHORT
order, silk on silk warp. 110 Grand ave.,
near Alder. Phone Scott 1731.
BY COMPETENT WOMAN COOK. POSITION
In hotel or camp. Address S 7, care Orego
nlan. EXPERIENCED WOMAN COOK WISHES
place In city or country. Call 334 Market.
IV ANTED TO RENT.
GENTLEMAN. WITH 7-YEAR-OLD DAUGH
ter, wants room and board with lady living
alone; pay .extra child's care. J 7, Orego
nlan. WANTED BY RELIABLE PARTY. 5 OR 0
room cottage; must be centrally located. Ad
dress, stating price. F W. care Oregonlan.
WANTED THREE UNFURNISHED ROOMS,
five minutes' walk Sixth and Waihlngto.n;
not exceed $S month. W 2, Oregonlan.
WANTED TO RENT OR LEASE PLACE
near Portland, suitable for chicken ranch;
reasonable. L. T. P., box 953, city.
WANTED BOARD AND ROOM IN PRI
vato family for 13-year-old boy. Address Q
WANTED TO RENT FOR SIX MONTHS, A
horse, for express wagon. Address D 5. care
WANTED BUSINESS MEN IN NEED OF
stenographers to apply to Behnke's Commer
cial College, Commercial block. Washington,
cor. Second. Telephone Clay 401.
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR MEN'S CAST-
off clothing and shoes. C2 North 3d. Phone
Hood 517. Orars promptly attended to.
WANTED SECOND - HAND REMINGTON
typewriter; late model; first-class condition;
must be bargain. O 4, care Oritgonlap.
YOUNG MAN WISHES PRIVATE LESSON
in bookkeejlng, three evenings week. Ad
dress 75 Nlrxh, cor. Everett.
WANTED TO RENT GOOD FARM, FOR
term of years; beet of reference. Aillres P.
O. box 217, city.
WANTED TO BUY DOGS OF ALL KINDS.
S. J. Carney, veterinary surgeon. Third and
Seccnd-hand furniture, stoves, etc Kutner A
Co.. 32 N. Third. Oregon phone Clay ftSO.
WANTED TO BUY SECOND-HAND CASH
register. Box 205, Portland.
IV ANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. Apply C32 Gllran st.
ROOMS. FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED,
with use of bath, gas and phone. 129 14th
st. Telephone West 652.
FURNISHED ROOMS. DOUBLE PARLORS;
all modern conveniences. 395 Salmon st.
201 14TH 8T. NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS.
r.- m innatinn. Phone West 1443.
THE SPALDING. S- E COR. PARK AND
Alder sts., under the manactment of lbs
owner, Heien r. Spaidtng The moat complete
apartment-bouse in the Northwest; enole
rooms, for gentlemen or gentleman and wlfi;
furnished housekeeping suite & specialty.
THE PLEASANTON. 288 THIRD ST. FINE
furnished rooms, en suite, single or house
keeping; sunlight In all rooms: bath Included:
most reasonable terms; transient solicited.
THE MANHATTAN-COURT NEW BUILD
ing, new furniture; the leading house; is
now ready for renting rooms. 311 Stark,
near Sixth st.
FOR KENT TWO NICELY FURNISHED
front rooms, single or en suit; modern con
veniences; private family. 255 11th St., near
THE NEWCASTLE. S. E. COR. THIRD AND
Harrison its. Rooms, furnished or unfur
nithed; all modern conveniences; references.
OCCIDENTAL HOTEL, FIRST-MORRISON
Rooms, suites, single, housekeeping. Hotel,
private houses, furnished, central, lor sale.
THE VINCENNES. 313 WASHINGTON ST..
corner Sixth Newly furnished throughout;
choice rooms, single or en suite; transient.
The La Porte, 170 Third, cor. Yamhill Flrst
claes, clean, neat rooms. $1.25 per week up;
transient, 25c day up; transient solicited.
PLEASANT ROOMS. FOR GENTLEMEN;
bath, heat, phono; two blocks Portland Ho
tel; no children; reasonable. 304 Taylor.
THE MONNASTES. 285 FIRST STREET
Large front suite, .unfurnished; gas, elec
tric light; also furnished room.
Rooms With Board.
PORTLAND WOMEN'S UNION: 13TH YEAR:
rooms, with board; enameled bath tubs; use
of library: Woman's Exchange; Industrial
fchool. Address Mrs. E. C George, super
intendent, 510 Flanders st.
THE COLONIAL. 1(3 10TH ST.-ONE VERY
desirable suite, second floor, front; also sin
gle room; table and sen-Ice first class.
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS, WITH OR
without board; bath and phone. 195 Seventh,
near Portland Hotel.
420 ALDER. THE STEVENS FINE FUR
nUhed rooms; be ft home cooking In the city;
TWO COMFORTABLE ROOMS. WITH GOOD
board, at 191 11th st., between Yamhill and
C53 FLANDEItS. BETWEEN 20TH AND 21ST
Rooms, with or without board; one block
PLEASANT ROOMS. SUITABLE FOP. TWO.
with board, at 394 Alder st. cor. 10th; both
GOOD ROOMS AND BOARD AT 314 MILL
st.; terms $17 per month. Phono Front 1044.
ROOMS. EN SUITE OR SINGLE: HOT AND
cold water: with board. 225 11th st.
THREE ROOMS, FIRST FLOOR; USE OF
carpets, shades, stovca; bath and phone:
furniture for tale. Call 108 10th st.
HOUSEKEEPING. UNFURNISHED AND
furnished, ground floor; two lurnlfahcd front
suites, second floor. 320 Front.
FOR RENT THREE FURNISHED HOUSE
kecplng rooms. 100 West Park, between
Morrison and Yamhill. ' "
2 FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS;
brick building; rent reasonable. 32 Front
st-, cor. Ash.
MAIN. 30S. NEAR FIFTH TWO ROOMS,
completely furnished, for light housekeeping;
on first floor.
231 MARKET LOVELY 'FURNISHED
rooms, furnished complete for housekeeping.
Unfurnished 3-room flat, for housekeeping. In
The Sevllla. on Market st. Inquire 210 3d.
THREE UNFURNISHED ROOMS: CLOSETS
and water; $S; third floor. 247 Stark st.
3SS JEFFERSON FLAT OF 4 ROOMS. FUR
nlshed complete; no children; references.
LARGE FURNISHED ROOM; BATH AND
phene. 240 Park St.. cor. Main.
NICELY FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING
rooms. 208 Jefferson. .
G-ROOM MODERN HOL-REj, NEW? $20 PER
month; few blocks from Sleel Bridge. Applv
E. J. Sharkey, 3S3 Benton st.. or call White
51. Ore. phone.
12-ROOM HOUSE. WITH ALL MODERN 151
proveroents; large yard; centrally, located.
W. G. Beck. 321 Morrli-on.
FOR RENT 7-ROOM HOUSE. ON JEFFER
son St.: large ground; rent $22.50. W. G.
Beck, 321 Morrison.
$17 SEVEN-ROOM HOUSE. FIRST-CLASS
condition. 912 Corbctt st, David S. Stearns.
248 Washington st.
FOR RENT A MODERN 10-ROOM HOUSE,
on corner 13th and Market. Call 2S9 13th t.
VERY NICELY FURNISHED NINE-ROOM
house; lady will take board In part payment
of rent; nice location, on Nob Hill. Tele
phone Red 201t.
FURNISHED COTTAGES. FOR HOUSE
keeping. $S per month and up. Telephone J.
Landman (Union 55). any time except P. M.
0-ROOM FURNISHED COTTAGE: MODERN;
large yard. 202 Stout at., cor. Msdlson. In
quire 335 Fifth.
Houses or Rent Fnrnltnrc tor Snlc.
SROOMHOUSE FOR. RENT: FURNITURE
for sale at a bargain, 2S7 Fourth st., near
THE WHITCOMIW. ISLAND SITUATED
mllo south of the White House, in the Wil
lamette River, Is for rent for the Beason.
The Island Is beautifully laid out, with
groves, walks, shade and fruit trees, and
will make an Ideal place for a club. In
quire 231 Washington at.
WANTED A SMALL COTTAGE AT SEA
slde, Or., by April J, for the :ason; must
bo close to beach; state price and location,
and addrciM at once; be&t. of references, J 5,
TO LEASE STORE ON WASHINGTON ST..
between Fourth and Fifth; best location In
Portland; cheap rent.
FOR RENT STORE. SOUTHEAST CORNER
First and Jefferson; empty- March 15. Inquire
252 Oak .
FOR RENT STORE. 120 FIFTH ST; THE
whole or barber's part. Apply 75 lfith north.
C Gee-Wo. great Chinese doctor, successfully
treats catarrh, lungs, aturaitn, liver, kidneys,
female troubles, and all private diseases with
powerful, harmless Chinese roots, herbs,
barks, etc, that are unknown to medical sci
ence In United States. Consultation free.
Cnarges reasonable. Send stamp for symp
tom blank. Address 132 3d st., Portland. Or.
WRINKLES. MOLES, BIRTHMARKS,
blackheads and superfluous hair permanently
removed; hair restored, bleached or dyed any
shade desired; face, bust and calp massage
taught and given. Tr:al treatment free this
week. Kechhelmtr building, cor. Seventh and
Washington sts., rooms 8, 9, 10.
A NEW IDEA WHY NOT HAVE YOl'R
millinery done at home, same as your Ur-f?-maklng?
Madame Jeannette, a Na;v York
milliner, comes to your house for $1 an
hour. Makes your old hats -Mi latest
styles. Special prices for making. " Address
P. O. box 219. city.
29 WOMEN WaNTED-IRREGULAR. PAJN
ful or stoppages, leucorrhoea (whiles) and all
diseases pertaining to change of life, cured
by old Dr. Kessler, 230 Yamhill st., Port
land, Or. Private waiting-room for ladles.
Consultation frea Call or write. InclosM 10
RIMLESS EYE-GLASSES, $1.25; NICKEL OR
gold-filled framss, with best leniea. $1; com
mon glasses, from 25 to 50c Eyes tested free,
by competent optician; fit guaranteed. Port
land Jeweler and Optician, 231 First St., be
tween Salmon and Main.
DRESS SUITS FOR RENT: ALL SIZES
$1 a month keeps your clothing cleaned and
pr-!fd. buttons sewed on and rips sewed up.
Prompt calls and deliveries. Unique Tailor
ing Co.. 347 Washington, opposite Cordray's.
THE PORTLAND CLUB., INC , A PLACE OF
amusement and recreation for gentlemen. 130
Fifth st. and 231 Alder. The cafe in con
nection carries the best line of liquors and
cigars the world produces.
WNTCHE1? CLEANED. 75c: MAINSPRING.
75c: clocks called for and delivered. All watch
and clock repalrlns warranted one year. Th
Portland Jeweler, 231 First st. Phone Black
MB8. DR. McCOT. electric treatments. 133
First St.. cor. Alder, rooms 23 and 30.
MANLY VIGOR RESTORED BY DR. ROB
erU' Nerve Globules. One month's treatment.
12; 3 months. $5. Sent securely sealed by
mail. Agents, Woodard & Clarke, Portland.
WHY SUFFER? NO MATTER HOW LONG
standtng or how many remedies tried, the
Greek Rheumatism Cure will cure you. Call,
write or phone L. T. Lewis. Act.. 150 Ota.
DARLING SANITARIUM. MT. TABOR: PRI
vatc; women's diseases, confinements; coun
try cases solicited; terms moderate. Ad. Dr.
Darling. Mngr., Cambridge bldg.. Portland.
YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS ARE MORE Ac
curately and reasonably filled at Eyssell's
Pharmacy. 227 Morrison st.. bet. 1st and 2d.
We print your name on 30 calling cards, proper
size and style, 25c 250 business cards. $L
Brown & Schmale. 229 1st St.. Portland. Or.
ON ALL AFFAIRS OF LIFE CONSULT THE
famous palmist. Mdme. Racine, 121 10th st.
FURS REMODELED AT HALF PRICE. G.
Konlgsbcrg. 323 Allsky bldg. Furs bought.
DR. SPRINGSTEEN'S Mountain Rose treat
ments: consultation free. 310 Allsky bldg.
Uncle Henry, 43 N. Third, cor. Couch, loans
money; bargains in unredeemed pledges.
MARRIED? If not. why not 7 Matrimonial pa
per. 10c Lock-box CC0, Portland, Or.
WILL MR. FRED SUKOW PLEASE CALL
at 81 First st.. on matter of business?
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS FOR
Multnomah County, Portland. Or. Sealed
bids for the furnishing and delivering of
drugs, groceries, dry goods, meats and other
supplies and material, and the putting up
physicians' prescriptions, all In such quan
tities and to be delivered as may be re
quired from tlnle to time by the several of
ficers and departments of the County Gov
ernment of Multnomah County for one year,
as per specifications now on file and to be
seen at the office of the Clerk of the County
Court, at the Courthouse, Portland. Or., will
be received until 10 o'clock A.M., Thursday.
March 21, 1901. The successful bidder will
be required to promptly execute a formal
contract to be api.rovtd by the District Attor
ney of this county, and also to execute and
deliver to the Clerk of the County Court a
good and sufficient bond In double the amount
of contract price for the faithful perform
ance of such contract. All bids must be a?
companied by a certified check of the amount
of 10 per cent of the bid. The Board of
County Commissioners reserve the right to
reject any and ail bids.
W. B, STEELE.
J. G. MACK,
Board of County Commissioners for Mult
nomah County. Oregon.
H. H. HOLMES, Clerk.
March 10, 1001.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. SEALED PRO
posals addressed to the County Clerk of Clat
sop County, Oregon, will .be received until
2 P. M. April 3, 1001, by the County Commis
sioners' Court of Clatsop County, Oregon, for
the construction of 42 miles of road, or any
part thereof. In Clatfop Count. Oregon, viz:
The Astoria. Olney. Jewell and Vesper
wagon road No. 77.
Bids must be In compliance with plans
and specifications now on file with the Coun
All bids must be accompanied by a certi
fied check of the value of 6 per cent of the
amount of said bid.
Copies of plans- can be seen, and specifica
tions will be furnished on application to tho
Tho court reserves the right to reject any
or all bld3.
By order of County Commissioners' Court.
H. J. WHER1TY. County Clerk.
SWEDISH SHIP THESSALUS. CAPTAIN A.
Lagercrantz. from Nagasaki Neither the"
cat. tain nor the undersigned consigned of
the above vessel will be responsible -for any
debt that may be contracted by the crew.
Kerr. Glfford & Co.
BRITISH SHIP DUNSDALE. CAPT. ROTH
ery Neither the master nor the undersigned
will bs responsible for any debts contracted
by the crew of the above-named Vessel at
thl. port. The Portland Flounug Milis- Co..
OFFICE OF THE OREUON Jt CALIFORNIA
Railroad Company iotUe of stockholders
Meeting StockuoJders are hereby nuti:ied ituit
the annual meeting of the stockholders of
the Oiegon & California Railroad Company
will be held at the olilce of the company. 2i
Washington streit. in tho City of Portland.
County of Multnomah. State of- Ortgun. on
1it..soa. the Jth.day of April. lUul. at the
hour o: 11 o'cljck A. 51- for the purpose of
electing directors for the ensuing year and
the transaction of such other business aa
may legally come hefore the meeting.
GEO. H. ANDREWS. Secretary.
Portland. Or.. March a, lttil.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT KIIUM
and after this date I will not be reapoudib.o
for any debts or contract- entered into by
any i-eron or persons in connection with the
tnubkgrment or working of the ti.h oil and
fcunno business carried on at Blaine, Wash.,
and Astoria. Or., under the name of T. 11.
Wynioiidr. unless such debts or contracts ars
authorized In writing by myself or my
agents. Messrs. W. A. Ward, of Victoria. U.
vC or Mesr W. A. Anderson & Company.
Limited, of Vancouver. B. C. Dated thli
25th day of January. 1901. George De La
Po-r Beresford. By Davis. Marshall Si Mac-n-lll.
hl Solicitors. t
1 ' '"-
$100,000 TO LOAN ON CITY AND FAP.M
property in o;.tto;t a:.u uaiiinhlou at lu.io;
lUtCS. r.eul estate InjUgUl aim au.d. WcalctU'
Jnvcblm t jc i.vm.1 Co.. mi. lu. 24u Morrison.
LOANS WITHOUT PUBLICITY ON REAL
or chattel morlgugea, pctoita.t or saiur se
curity, ul low mica. C. V.'. Pailctt, -u Com-
lllelcl! uiuK. "lei. Oram bini.
LOANS IN SU41S Fr.OM $5 'to $5U0; ON ALL
c.asses of security. R. 1. Eckeison & Co..
room 5 W ui. in-luu bidg. 1'itune Ciay o&i.
LOANS ON FURNITURE. PIANOS AND
other securities; lowest rates, a. W. Kin;.
room 45 Washington bldg. Phone Hood 415.
LOANS ON FURNITURE. PIANOS, REAL
estate and all Kinds of scuntiej. 128 3d St.,
C H. 'lnompson'a Cut-Rate Ticket Omce.
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST RATES; NO
commissions, and abstract of title fumUhed.
l'oil'and Abst'uct Co., t'i02 Commercial blk.
$5 AND UP. IN SUMS TO SUIT, ON ALL
kinds of security. W. A Hathaway, room i)
Wasnington building. Phone Hood 413.
siO.OW TO LOAN AT 5. 0. 7 PER CENT.
City and suburban property for sale and rent.
Wm. G. Beck, 321 Morrison street.
MONEY TO LOAN. U AND 7 PER CENT. ON
city property and Improved Valley farm.
W. A. Shaw & Co.. 213 Stark street.
LOANS ON UNIMPROVED SUBUKBAN
property and all other good securities. W. H.
Nunn. 052 Sherlock building.
MONEY TO LOAN ON ALL KINDS OF SE
curlty. Wra. Holl. room 9 Wushlngton bldg.
LOANS on chattels, salaries, etc.. low rate.
See us first. Mann & Co.. 004 Dekum bldg.
MONEY" TO LOAN. 0 per cent, farm or city
property O. M. Smith. 3 Ch. of Commerce.
MONEY TO LOAN. ! AND 7 PER CENT, ON
real estste. Plympton. 201 Morrison st.
FOR BALE-CHEAP: SAW MILL. IN GOOD
order; a good chance to one who under
stands (he mill buslnera and can run It; lots
of timber. W 47. care Oregonlan.
WANTED FOR CASH: SQUARE BUSINESS,
from $1000 to $5w0; write full particulars
and price; strictly confidential; must stand
Investigation. T 4, Oregonlan.
WE OFFER TO SELL ONE OF THE BEST
dry goods businesses In La Grande. Or., at
75c on the dollar. Murphy Sc Stucheil, P. O.
Box 114, La Grande, Or.
FOR SALE NEWS AND STATIONERY
business. Including agency for all the lead
ing papers; good reason for selling. Address
box 140, Sumpter. Or.
$3000 CASH WILL BUY A VALUABLE PAT
ent which will make $15 to $20 per day, or
clear $5000 In six months. J. D. Wilcox &
Co., 202 Stark st.
WANTED BUSINESS MAN TO TAKE fIDE
line; we furnish goods; storage only rt
qulred: good profit for little attention. U 3.
STORE AND FIXTURES OF CIGAR STORE,
with or without stock, for sale; suitable for
cigar factor". Apply 85 N. Sixth, or 102
WANTED A GENTLEMAN WITH MEANS
to aielst lady In a well-paying business en
terprise; answer at once. S 35, care Orego
nlan. PARTNER. LIGHT PROFITABLE MANU
facturlng buMnc; rmall capital required.
It 7, care Ortgonlan.
NICE LODGING-HOUSE. WITH SALOON.
Inquire at Front and Salmon sts. In a good
For Sale 60-room lodslns-housc; good busi
ness; might trade. McPhersoa, Gllman Hotel.
FOR SALE STOCK OF GENERAL MEK
chandlse and business of the late Geo. .
Fearnslde, at Nehalem. Tillamook County.
Or. For particulars address E. M. Phile
bauro, administrator P. O. drawer 50. Port
WANTED PARTY WITH $3000 OR MORE
to invest In flouring mills; one who under
stands buying grains, selling produce; take
charge of otfice; good opening for right
party. Address S 4. Oregonlan.
A SNAP ROOMING-HOUSE ON WASHING
ton St., 23 .rooms, full. $900. 302 Commercial
building. Second and Washington sts.
JOB PRINTING OFFICE J
business; bargain. $1100. c
building. Seattle, Wash.
N. Walden, P.I.
For Bale My milling. fe-d. commission and
grocery business: cheap. O. R. Addlton. city.
FOR RENT BLACKSMITH SHOP. IN GOOD
location. Star Sand Co., foot 15th ft.
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST A GOLD RING. SUITABLE RE
ward offered finder. AddreRj H 4. Orego
nlan. LOST MARCH 11. STICKPIN. RETURN TO
Origonlan olilce, get reward.
McCLUP.E'S SANITARY BA.nU.VOE FOR
women liai no tqu.it. 417 MunU4:n building.
Accordcon until ICnlfc PlultliiJT.
Am umuinc tuis.isncu ana <trts reoound.
Ml;e Uouiti. Sul Marquam ouiidin.
Geo. T. Murton. 3'7 Chamoer of Com. 1'none
Brown 45i. Accounts .-in.ned. oooUs Kept.
AiNUjer.i mill Analyst.
J. II. FISK, MINERAL ASSAY ER AND
chemist: gold dust buuguU loiia V ualilngtun.
PAUL BAUMEL. ASSAYER AND ANALYST.
gold dust bought. 228 Stark st.
JOHN T. WHALLEY. ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW,
Benson block. Morrison and b'ltth.
J. K. GILL . CO.. WHOLESALE AND RE
tall booksellers and stationers. 133-35 3d t.
Carpenters and . B.nllders.
RHODES & BUCKNER. Bu'lLUEKS. JOB
bers, store titters. Phone Biack UH. .iO in ark
J. A. MELTON. JOBBINti, CABINET WORK.
store fixtures, 307 Stark. Both phones.
Chiropodists anil Manicuring.
WM. DEVENY & ESTELLE DEVENY. THE
only scientific chiropodists, parlors JOl Allsky
bids.. 3d and Morrison, ore, phone Grant 10.
Mmr. Dr. Herzog. frcm Berlin, scientific re
vealtr; t'll entire life. past, present and fu
ture; consultation on ull affair?; nothing ex
cepted: names given: good advice; sure help;
mistake impossible; Imports' genuine gyp
love powder. Fee $1; letter $2. 303 Alder.
VULCAN COAL CO.. dealers In house, sttam
and blacksmith coals. Also foundry coke.
Front st.. near GlLsan. Ore. tel. Red 1700.
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 on consignments.
TAYLOR. YOUNG & CO.. SHIP BROKERS
and commission merchants. Sherlock bldg..
I'm t land. Or.
ALLEN & LEWIS. COMMISSION AND PRO
duce merchants. Front Jfe D sts.. Portland. Or.
Coi nice Skylights.
(UI.VAMZRU IiiON CORNICES. ROOFING.
Royal furnaces. Tllton & Gcrspach. 21HJ 4th.
METAL SKY'LIGHTS. GALVANIZED IRON
cornices. J. C. Bayer. 205 Second st.
MISSES MATTCNGLY, ACADEMY OF DANC
Ing "09 South 14th. Class or private lessons.
T. L. NICK LIN. DENTIST. HOURS 9 TO 4.
3U3 Dekum building. Phone Grant 301.
Uycmg and Cleaning.
H. W. TURNER. PROFESSIONAL DYER
and cleaner, 301 17th. Tel. Red 131.
MISS GRACE A HOLMES WILL TAKE A
limited number of private puptis m litera
ture, grammar, reading, rhetoric, competi
tion, etc. Address 028 East MudUo.i :!.
Western Electric Works; house wiring, bell'
work, repairs, motors, dynamos. 3t)5 Wash.
I'enee nnd Wire "Works.
OLD EAST PORTLAND FENCE AND WIRE
Works. A. Carlson. 28!i Euxt Morrison st.
Hair Dressing and .Mniilcurinx.
PARIS HAIR STORE. 308 WASH. ST.. UP-to-date
halrdrtseer. wigs and iiupees lor la
dles and gents; switches from $1 up.
ROSENTHAL SISTERS. 100 FIFTH. OPP.
P. O. Switches a specialty. Phone Hood 914.
Furniture, turning, mouldings, wood work
specialty. Calof & Gotdenborg. 311 Front.
Harness nnd Saddles.
THE BREYMAN LEATHER CO.. WHOLE
sale saddle and hurness manufacturers, sad
dlery hardware, findings and shoe store sup
plies; leather of all kinds. 73 Front st.
THE GEORGE LAWRENCE CO.. WHOLE
sale saddlers and harness manufacturers,
leather and saddlery hardware. 72 Front at.
Dr. G. M. Keller's Hydropathic Institute. Pied
mont, Portland, Or.; rheumatism and kindred
diseases successfully treated; best references.
Ordar of Washington, foremost fraternal so
ciety of N. W.; protects the living; fixed pay
menu eliminate doubtful "dividends." J. L.
Mitchell. Sup. Sec'y. 012-015 Marquam bldg.
HAMBURG-BREMEN .FIRE INS. CO.. 102
First st. Boyd & Arnold. General Agents.
Best prices paid for Junk, bottles, rubber, etc.
L. Shank &. Co.. 312 Front. Phone South 9Ul.
Miss Annie Mattlngly'a Froebel Kindergarten.
2C9 14th. Phone Oregon Brown 513.
Magrnctic Maxsnge and Electricity.
MRS. ABBIE C. FRENCH CURES NERV
OUS troubles with mugnetic massage, elec
tricity, physical culture and the proper care
of the body; ladles only. OS Lewis bldg.
Marble and Granite Works.
MARBLE AND GRANITE; MONUMENTS AT
lowest prices. See us, and save money.
Weeks. 720 Front-
PORTLAND MARBLE WORKS; marble, gran
ite and stone work. Schanen & Neu. 208 1st.
VIBRATORY"; SUPERIOR TO ALL METU
ods; massage, osteopath, magnetic, cured
rheumatism, kidney troubles. insomnia,
chronic diseases'. Lewis building. Park ana
"THE SNOWDEN" BATHROOMS: TUB AND
vapor baths, massage and electricity. 131
Fourth. Phone Red 421.
LADY FROM SAN FRANCISCO: SELECT
massage, and magnetic treatments. -08
Stark st., room 20.
LADY GIVES THE LATEST SCIENTIFIC
manage treatments. Parlor 0 The Ccomos,
268U Morrison st.
PAOl.A VAPOR BATHS AND MASSAGE BY
lady from New York. 180 Third, room 7.
LADIES' CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH PENNY
royal Pills are the best. Sate, reliable. Takp
no other. Send 4c. stamps, for particulars.
"RelUf for Ladles." In letter by return mall.
Ask your druggist. Chichester Chemical Co..
PAUL CROMWELL. THE COLORED SPE
clallst. has opened up his office at 317 Front,
and will sell his medicine as usual. Medi
cines for all kinds of chronic diseases.
Ottcmwa mining hoists, dynamos, motors, saw
mills, etc Tatum & Bo.ven. 2-J-35 First st.
Lessons OOc; piano, guitar, oanjo. mandolin, vio
lin instruments for sale. Mrs. Martin. 104 i.t
WE HAVE MOVED TO 417 THE DEKUM.
Northwest Optica! Co.. expert eye fitters.
O'egon Vlavl Co.
Lewis bls.. Para anil Morrison. Free Health
lectures to women Thursday, at 2:30 P. M.
DRS. L. It. SMITH & SUN. OREGON'S Pio
neer Oateoiatna, suite 401) Oregonlan build
ing. Exanuuaiion rrte. Phone oak 421. Lit
erature sent on application.
Dr. R. B. Nonhrup, specialist In nervous and
cnronlc diseases, .suite 410 Dekum bldg.. M
an J Wash. Examinations tree. T.i. Maui J-jj.
T. J. GE1SLER. S14-S18 CHAMBER OF COM.
Domestic and foreign patents secured, etc
Special attention given to the prosecution of
pension ciaims. J. L. Wells, loo Grand ave.
SAFES, JAILS. BURGLAR-PROOF SAFES,
both new and second-hand. Lockouts opened
and general repair.-. J. E. Davis. 0t Third.
Physician and Snrgeonn,
DR. CORA C. TALBOTT. SPECIALIST; 15
years' experience in diacttses of women; lat
est improved method in the treatment of ail
female troubles; patient treated successful. -by
mall, unice 131 First st.
Dr. Flora A. Brown; diseases of women ar.-l
children a specialty. Consultation and diag
nosis free. 517-318 The Dekum. Portland, oi
DR. JAMES DICKSON. SPECIALIST IN KIH
r.y and akin diseases, odd Fellows" Temple.
CHEIROMA. THE CELEBRATED PALMIST,
gives scientific life readings, past and future.
Parlors 25 Raleigh b.'dg.. Sixth and Wa.-n.
Miss A. M. Stevenson, scientific palmls-t and
.psychic, rads past,, present, future, ao;i lti.
WM. PREHN. SHOP 120 E. WATER
over Columbia Engineering Works.
Shoivi-ases and Store Fixtures.
R. LUTKE & CO.. SUCCESSORS TO DIXo..
Borgeson .t: Co.. Front and Washington st..
OVERLAND STORAGE WAREHOUSE
Fourth nnd Davis. Merchandise a specialty.
Insurance rates low, storage rules reasonabu.
Careful attention given to country consign
ments. Tel. Or. Main 777: Columbia 070.
STORAGE AT LOW RATES CAN BE HAD
at Fred Blckel's storehouse. 31 North From.
Storage anil Transfer.
C. O. PICK: office 88 First, bet. Stark ana
Oak: phones 300. Pianos and furniture mov.J
and packed for shipping; commodious fir
proof brick warehouse: Front and Clay st.
Portland IUdlnjr Clubs.
LIVERY AND BOARDING; LADIES' AND
gentlemen's saddle horses. 354 Jefferson.
MRS. WALLACE. RELIABLE CLAIRVOY
nnt nnd psychic life reader; consult her on
business affairs, love troubles, absent friends,
goad advice on mines; readings dally. 50c and
up. 107 First st.. otllce 7. Consult the best.
MME. ADWARD. THE SPIRITUALIST ME
ilium, gives truthful advice on business, law
suits, love and matrimony; speedy marring
to the one of your choice. Manhattan Court,
parlor 203. 311 Stark st.
Mrs. Stevens, business medium and pow-wow
healer, 221 Morrison st., room 22.
Tents and Avrninjrs.
PORTLAND TENT & AWNING CO.; TENTS
sails, awnings. 220 Ankeny. Tel. Grant 150 1
Tinning and Roollnt
ALL KINDS TIN WORK AND STOVE RE
palrlng. Schul2e Bros., 103 Grand ave.
New Turkish bath parlors; modern appliances,
gents only. 525 Chamber Com.. J. F. King.
Turkish baths; new management: open all
night. No charge for beds. Oregonlan bldg.
DEKUM ELECTRIC LIGHT BATHS; HOURS
Ladles 9 to 3. gentlemen 3:30 to 9.
ALLEN & LEWIS. WHOLESALE GROCERS,
cor. N. Front and Davis sts.. Portland. Or.
PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY
100 THIRD STREET.
Money to loan on mortgage.
A general trust and agency business transacted.
BENJ. I. COHEN President
H. L. PITTOCK. A. S. NICHOLS Vlce-Pre.
E. J. ALSTOCK. J. O. GOLTRA Secretaries
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF PORTLAND. OR.
Designated Depository and Financial Agent of
the United States.
President H. W. CORBETT
Vice-President A. L. MILLS
Cashier G. E. WIT1IINGTON
Assistant Cashier J. "W. NEWK1RK
Second Assistant Cashier W. C. ALVORD
Letters of credit Issued, available In Europe
and the Eastern States. .
Sight exchange and telegraphic transfers sold
on New York, Boston. Chicago, St. Louis, St.
Paul. Omaha, San Francisco and the principal
points In the Northwest.
Sight and time bills drawn In sums to suit
on London, Paris. Berlin, Frankfort-on-the
Main. Hong Kong, Yokohama, Copenhagen,
Christlanla. Stockholm, St. Petersburg. Mos
cow, Zurich. Honolulu.
Collections made on favorable terms.
LAUD & TILTON. BANKERS
ESTABLISHED IN 1S59.
Transact a General Banking Business.
Interest allowed on time deposits.
Collections made at all points on favorable
terms. Letters of credit Issued available In
Europe and the Eastern States.
Sight Exchange and Telegraphic Transferu
sold on New York. Washington, Chicago. St.
Louis. Denver. Omaha. San Francisco and vari
ous points in Oregon. Washington, Idaho, Mon
tana and British Columbia.
Exchange sold on London, Paris, Berlin,
Frankfort and Hong Kong.
WELLS. FARGO & CO. BANK
CASH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS.. ..$3,250,000
JOHN J. VALENTINE PRESIDENT
HOMER S. KrNG MANAGER
R. LEA BARNES CASHIER
JOHN E. MILES ASSISTANT CASHIER
General Banking Business transacted Ex
change sold and Letters of Credit Issued,
available In all parts of the world.
MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK
J. FRANK WATSON President
R. L. DURHAM Vice-President
R. W. HOYT Cashier
GEO. W. HOY'T Assistant Cashier
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING
Interest paid on time deposits.
Draft3 and letters of credit Issued, available
In all parts of the world.
Collections a specialty. Gold dust bought.
THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE
With which Is amalgamated
THE BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Capital paid up
Transacts a General Banking Business.
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
Accounts opened for sums of $10 and upwards,
and interest allowed on minimum monthly bal
ance. Rates on application.
244 WASHINGTON ST.
E. A. WY'LD, Manager.
LONDON AND SAN FRANCISCO BANK.
Chamber of Commerce building. Third and
Head Office, 71 Lombard street. London.
This bank transacts a general banking busi
ness, makes loans, discounts bills and l3sued
letters of credit available for travelers and the
purehnse of merchandise In any city of the
world. Deals In foreign and domestic ex
change. Accounts of country banks received.
Interest paid on term deposits.
W. A. MACRAE. Manager.
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