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THtf MfTRXtKO OREOQNIAN. WEDNESDAY, MAT 1, 1901.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
TOR SALE-A MODERN 5-ROOM HOUSE.
with bath; on car liner well built, ana in
first-class condition, larre basement sice
tyarc", with (fruit trees and choice roses. J722
asz AAKen Si near x-ai ia.
185 ACRES OF THE BEST IMPROVED LAND
In Polk County. Oreron; good bouse, "barn
and fences, at a bargain; $00 per acre. Ad
dress Oregon Homeseekers? Immigration Ex
change. Oregon City, Or.
165 ACRES OF THE BEST IMPROVED LAND
In Polk County, Oregon; (rood bouse, barn
and fences, at a bargain; $iWipcr acre. Ad
dress Oregon Homeseekcrs Immigration Ex
change, Oregon Cltr. Or.
BY OWNER. LESS THAN COST OFvIM
provements. a beautiful home, one mile south
of MUwaukJe, Or. Fpr particulars address
R II, care Oregonian. N. B. Easy terms or
BEST BUT IN TRVTNGTON-SIGHTLY LOT.
east front. Uth near Tillamook t, $400.
Choice Int. facing south on Tillamook. $6S3.
AH improvements. See owner. (20 Marquaxn
A LARGE LIST OF FARM AND CITY FRpP
erty, business chances, etc. See us oefore
bujinr. Canadian Employment and Real Es
tate Office. 226 Morrison, room 10.
FOR SALE-NEW. STRICTLY MODERN 6
room house, with barn; cost $5500; fine rlrer
view; close In: leaving city; no agents. Ad
dress Owner, box 3241. Station B.
FOUR LOTS. SEVEN-ROOM HOUSE. OR
chard. Improved street, car line; West Srde;
splendid a lew; at real bargain for few days.
Room 8. 2454 Washington st
FOR SALE SMALL PLACE IN COUNTRY;
suitable for raising chickens; good water,
chlcken-bouffc, etc Address 247 North 10th.
7-ROOM HOUSE. ON CAR LINE; ELECTRIC
light, bath and every convenience; on easy
terms A. Balmanno. C3 First st.
GOOD FARM: ALSO A STOCK RANCH,
with rood out range. Inquire 291 Morri
son, Ksom 4.
CHOICE Vt block. 7-room house; nice home;
reasonable. Holladay's Add. V 17- Oregonian.
FOR SALE FARMS.
FOR SALE OR TRADE 120 ACRES. SO IN
cultivation; good orchard, buildings, fences;
-Kill sell at sacrifice or trade for city or -l
Milage property; cause for celling, owners
health. For further particulars address J.
R. Lennox, Boxwell, Wash.
IMPROVED FARMS KOK SALE IN ALL
parts of Oregon and Washington; payments
made tp suit purchasers. For full particulars
as t larious properties apply to MacMaster
Rlrrell Sll Worcester block.
iaiBim LANDS FUR SALE.
LARGE TRACTS A SPECIALTY; Government
or state scrip, school, deeded or claim lands,
mill sites, logging, wood and tie chances,
cedar piling, municipal bonds. Write for
printed descriptions and plats. J. L. Martin
& Co., 601 Oregonian building, Portland, Or.
riMBER LANDS FOR SALE. IN LARGE OR
small tracts. For particulars Inquire box c.
EXCHANGE REMINGTON TYPEWRITER,
In good condition, for lot on North Beach.
Address U 7, care Oregonian.
FOR SALE MISCELLANKOUS.
100 SECOND - HAND BICTCLES. ALL
makes, from $5 to $ 15. Our second - hand
wheels are in good repair and hae good
tires, and we have the largest assortment In
the city to select from. Portland Gun Store,
231 First st. between Salmon and Main.
80 H.-P. FIRE-BOX BOILER AND FIT
tings, complete: good condition; guaranteed
150 pounds cold-viater pressure; boiler In
Portland. Apply to A. F. Flcgel. room 44
McKay building. Portland. Or.
FOR SALE GRAPHOPHONES TOU ARE
Invited to Inspect the latest and beat talking
machine, Columbia Phonograph Co., "0i
Goodnough building, cor. Fifth and Yamhill
FOR BEST pRY OAK. ASH AND FIR WOOD
and furnade slab. Hoover, 213 Water t
Phones Oregon South 651; Columbia 83.
LADIES' BICYCLES FROM ?7 TO $15; ALL
in first-class condition. Portland Gun Store.
231 First st. between Salmon and Main.
TYPEWRITERS. ALL MAKES. RENTED
and sold. Expert repairing. Office supplies,
etc Coast Agency Co,. 2fiU Stark st
FOR "SXEE-CHEAP, EDISON H5ME PHON
.ograph, 80 records, boxes, holder stand. Ad
dress W 4. Oregonian.
TOR BEST FIR, OAK AND ASH WOOD CO
to Pioneer Wood Yard, foot of Morrison at.
GENTLEMAN'S BICYCLE. $12. FOR SALE:
SCO wheel, In fine condition; bargain. 425
FOR SALE FIRST-CLASS BAKERY; CHEAP
for cash, if sold at onoe. Address J 5, care
FOR SALE THREE FREfeH COWS. WHERE
the motor crosses the Section Line road. East
SECOND-HAND BICYCLES. ALL MAKES,
in good repair, f5 up. 126 First, near Wash.
FOR SALE DRUG STOCK IN PORTLAND.
Or ; f3000 cash. Address X II, Oregonian.
FOR SALE ASSAYING OUTFIT, CQM
plete. Inquire 314 Everett st, cor. Sixth.
200 RIGS FOR SALE. 100 SET HARNESS. 25
work horses. 211 Washington. 304 Front
THOROUGHBRED POINTER PUPS. WITH
line pedigree, for sale. Call 420 Alder.
FOR SALE UPRIGHT WEBER PIANO. AS
good as cewv Plympton, 201 Morrison.
FOR SALE CHEAP; A GOOD MILCH COW.
Inquire at 840 East Ninth st south.
FOR SALE HORSES. FROM 1200 TO 1400
pounds. Anderson Bros., 254 Third.
SOLID GOLD RINGS, fl. GUARANTEED.
t'nelo Myers, 143 Third and Alder.
SEVERAL HEAD OF GOOD. HEAVY DRAFT
horses. Inquire SIS Water st
,TOUNG. FRESH COWS FOR
quire at S81 Esstglnejt
SCOTCH COLLIE DOGSFU-SALEt CALL
42 Hamilton building.
YOU CAN BUY A GOOD SECOND-HAND
organ for 10 cents a day. Come and see
nur bargain corner In second-hand organs.
You'll find exactly hat you want EUers
HELP WANTED MALE.
800 MEN AND BOYS. THIN BEETS. E. O..
$1 and $1.25, board, fare paid; hook tenders,
S3 and ?4; buckers, $2.50: barkers, $2.25;
taller. $2 50: blacksmith, $2.25; peavey men.
$2, mili and yard -men, $L75; woodchoppers,
$1 10; 2 flume men, $2; carpenters, $J.50;
teams, city. $4; laborers, city, $1.75; S boys,
factor-, city, $2.90 wk.; man and wife,
ranch, E. O.. $45, farm hands and milkers.
25; other work Canadian Agency, 220
Morrison, Loggers' Headquarters.
SALESMEN A FIRM WITH LONG-ESTAB-llshcd
trade with physicians will receive ap
plications for a acancy tn their corps of trav
eling men. Permanency. Address P. O. box
t ANTED-AGENTS TO SELL LIFE INSUR
anceAfistlnr onlj $1 per month for the New
York Mutual Re&erve. M. T. Kady. 005 Ore
TWO HUSTLERS TO SELL FIREWORKS,
as side lines, one on the Sound and one in
the Vallej, East Side. Address S31 Morri
HUSTLERS WANTED IN SMALL TOWNS
to manage newspapers; experience unneces
try American Publishing Co., Portland, Or.
Farm hand, Wmtta. V.. no mkg.. $20; others'
mkg , $25, cook for brush cutters, $5 wk.;
agents, R. cook, H. cook. Drake, 152 First
W ANTED COMPETENX DRUG CLERK.
jvrpiy oy letter; give references. Woodard,
Carke & Co . Fourth and Washington sts.
MAN VTTH EXPERIENCE AS MOTORMAN
for work out of the city; state age, experi
ence and references. Q 11, Oregonian.
WANTED AT ONCE-TWO OR THREE
good Ftove plate moulders. Apply to Albion
iron Works Co., Ltd.. Victoria. B.C.
WANTED YOCRG- MAN AS PORTER; Op
portunity for advancement Call between 12
and 1. 2S3 Morrison.
V ANTED TWO EXPERIENCED CANVASS
crs. cood pay to right parties. Apply 204
Third. & to 9 A. M. vv
"WANTED BOY. 10 TO 17 TEARS OLD. FOR
JOOtorj . wares S3 Icr week. jinrt -li -ct-..
A GOOD "BARBER WANTED AT 483 GLI--.
BARBER WANTED 4S FIRST.
HELP WASTED FEHALE.
LADT. NOT OVER 35 TEARS. OF GOOD
address and appearance, to travel -with a.
line of specialties- from a local wholesale?
house to the trade; good salary to the right
party. Address R V, c&re Oregohlan. ,
CAMP COOK: 2 -WAITRESSES. HEPPNER:
cooks; waitresses, city; laundry help, good
pay; dlBbw'asbers; assistant cook; house-work,
country, coast and plenty In city. Canadian
Parlors, 220 Morrison.
WANTED-50 WOMEN AND GIRlJS; -GOOD
situations of all kinds; city and country. St.
Louis Employment Office, 230 Yamhill.
Phone- Black 2SS1. , .
Chambermaid, H. and B.-H. waitresses, oth
ers; 00 domestics, up to $30; 'camp cook, -$3
W.r kitchen and T.-B work" eomTTd. $20.
Drake, 152 First.
GIRL WANTED TC- DO HOUSEWORK BY
the day, from 8 A-M. to 0 P. M.. In private
family. Address G F J, care Oregonian.
WANTED-COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN
eral housework:; three, in family. Apply
mornings Or evening, 250 King.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work; no washing; rood home. Mrs. Piatt,
Prettyman ave.. Mount Tabor.
EXPERIENCED NURSE GIRL. IS OR
to care for S-i ear-old child; references; -a:
xu. c ju, care uregnman. '
WANTED EXPERIENCED GHtL
general housework in small family;
wages. 46 North 21st st
GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK: GOOD HOME TO
reliable girl. Call after 0 A. M, 431 Alder,
between 11th and 12th. .,
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK AND
cooking: no washing. Apply morning at 807
North. 22d st.
A YOUNG GIRL TO ASSIST IN LIGHT
housework: three in family. Call mornings.
GIRL OR WOMAN TO COOK AND ASSIST
in housework. Apply mornings, 100 East
WANTED A COMPETENT COOK AND FOR
general housework. Call today at 285 Sixth
Accordion, plaiting: Kcllogg's School of Dress
making. 34 Lewis bldg. Tel. Black 1825.
COMPETENT GIRL TO WAIT ON -TABLE.
Call The Gladstone, 174 13th, 3 to 5, today.
ACME EMPLOYMENT BUREAU. 240 MOR
rison. Help free to employers. Phones.
WANTED A LADY COMPOSITOR, Ac
curate and quick. Apply 104 First st.
GIRL F-OR GENERAL H0USDSV0IIK;
good wages, 534 East Burnslde K.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work; small family. C42 Belmont.
GIRL FOR DINING-ROOM; ONE WHO HA8
had experience. At, 225 11th st.
GUtL WANTED FOR GENERAL
work. Inquire at 187 10th st
WANTED A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
housuework. 128 14 th ut
WANTED GIRL FOR
work. 3S1 10th at.
-'D-BY YOUNG MAN, POSITION IN
wholesale house, with chance of advance
ment; references. V 9, Oregonian,
A YOUNG ELECTRICIAN WISHES A Po
sition with a first-class electrical engineer
A 500, care Oregonian.
JAPANESE COOK WANTS ' POSITION IN
any place to do cooking and housework. H
GOOD JAPANESE BOY WANTS A POSITION
to do cooking and housework. V 11, Orego
nian. Japanese Laborers Ass'n, contractor, farm
ers, nouse servants furnished. 268 Everett.
SITUATION WANTED BY BOY 17 YEARS
f old; references. U 0, Oregonian.
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE.
A GIRL WOULD LIKE TO LEARN DRESS
maklng; aged 15 jears; knows how to sew
on machine. ISO Lincoln st, Tqrtland, Or.
WANTED SEWING. BY, THE DAY.
IjIy-270 "Columbia st. .
NOTICE ANY ONE WHO WANTS THEIR
lace curtains cleaned neatly, with the great
est, care; also table linen and wedding and
party outfits; 20 j ears' experience. Mrs. C.
McKcnna. 2S8 Uth st
SITUATION WANTED BY MRS. TRAUT
ner, to work by the day, 20c per hour. In
quire eienlngs, 155 Baker st,, near Hood.
WOMAN WANTS WORK BY DAY. SWEEP
lng, cleaning, washing. 342 First st, or
phone Hood 734.
SITUATION WANTED BY
respectable private family,
Address O 11,
BY EXPERIENCED WAITRESS, IN RES
taurant or hotel J 11, care Oregonian.
EUGENE. OR. A PROMINENT, OLD-LINE
life insurance company, of New York, de
sires a flrst-class, active, producing general
agent for Eugene and surrounding countrj ;
to the right man an exceptionally liberal
contract with renewals ijlll be given, and
exclusHe control of territory. All communi
cations will be held In strict confidence. Ad
dress, with references, U 2, care Oregonian.
WANTED TO RENT.
GENTLEMAN DESIRING NICE FRONT
room, commanding fine a lew of mountains
and river, private family, call 883 Front st
C 10, Oregonian.
WANTED UY RELIABLE PARTT. 5 OR 0
room cottage; must br centrally located. Ad
dress, stating price. F W. care Oregonian.
FOUR HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS. FURNISH
ed or unfurnished, In private family; must be
modern. P 11, care Oregonian.
FURNISHED ROOM; PRIVILEGE OF
kitchen and parlor; central; state price. Ad
dress O 10, care Oregonian.
WANTED BY GENTLEMAN AND WIFE. 5
or G-room furnished cbttage, on West Side.
B 10, care Oregonian.
WANTED 4-ROOM COTTAGE, AT SEA
sidc, for the season. Address D. M. Averlll,
331 Morrison st
LAWYER, 15 YEARS' EXPERIENCE IN
nisi .prlus and Supreme Courts, desires sal
aried position with legal firm; ample refer
ences as to competency, character and hab
its; Is neither stenographer nor typewriter.
Address X 37. 'care Oregonian.
WANTED A SECOND-HAND ARMY OR
Washington press; must be in good condition
and cheap, for cash. Address Been There,
CASH PAID FOR LAND SCRIPT IN
amounts ot 20 acres to 1C0; state amount
kind and price. Address J. W Turner, Sun
n side. Wash.
highest Prices paid for men's cast-
otf clothing and shoes. 62 North 3d. Phone
Hood 517. Orders promptly attended to.
Second-hand furniture, stoves, etc Kutner tt
Co.. 32 N. Third. Oregon phone Clay CsO.
THE SPALDING. S. E, COR. PARK AND
Alder sts., under the management of the
owner, Helen F. Spalding The most complete
apartment-house in the Northwest; choice
rooms, for gentlemen or gentleman'and wife;
furnished housekeeping suites a specialty.
PORTLAND WOMEN'S UNION; I3TH YEAR;
rooms, with board; enameled bath tubs; use
of library; Woman's Exchange; Industrial
schoot Address Mrs. C E. George, superin
tendent 510 Flanders st
THE PLEASANTON. 2SSi THIRD ST. FINE
furnished rooms, en suite, single or hous
keeping: sunlight in all rooms ;-bath included.
Most reasonable terms. Transient solicited.
TWO LARGE FURNISHED ROOMS; ONE
alcove parlor; either suitable fdr one or two
gentlemen; private family; bath and tele
phone; central location. F 10. Oregonian.
FOR RENT A COMPLETELY1 FURNISHED
flat, to reliable party, for the Summer. Call
between 10 A. M. and J$ P. M., 145 11th
st, between Alder and Morrison.
THE GRAND, 387 YAMHILL FURNR3HED
light airy rooms; one light housekeeping
suite, ground floor; references. (
42fr ALDER, THE STEVEN'S-FURNISHED
and unfurnished rooms; modern- conveni
ences; lanre. Ughc, dry basement, untar
nished. THE NEWCASTLE. S, E, COR. THIRD AND
Harrison fits. Rooms, furnished or unfur
nished; all modern conveniences; references.
OCCIDENTAL HOTEL. FIRST-MORRISON
Housekeeping, housekeeping, reasonable. Cen-.
tral, private; furnished house fof sale or rent.
206 1st ST.. NEW 4I0USE1 BRIGHTEST,
-most attractive In clll's carpets and rura.-ture-
new. few unfurnished. Mrs; S: Carbon..
The La Porte. 170 Third, cor Yamhill First
class, clean, neat rooms, $U25 per week up;
transient, '25c day Up; trahifent solicited.
515 VAN NESS AVE.. SAN FRANCISCO
First-class sunny rooms, to respectable, peo
ple; djfr line of Presidential, march.
A COMFORTABLE ROOM. WITH HOU3E
kBepins privileges and bath; cheap. 34S Clay,
between Seventh and Park.
THREE ROQMS. FURNISHED OR UNFUH
nished. In private family, with use of bah
and phone -414 Everett.
CHOICE OF TWO BOOMS: ONE FRONT
bay-window room; bath, phone, etc.; private
family. 302 Salmon st.
MANHATTAN COURT; NEW BRICK BUILD
Ing, steam heat, new furniture. The leading
house. 311 Stark st
FOR RENT NEWLY. FURNISHED ROOM;
modern conveniences; private family. 181
13th St., cor. Yamhill.
NEWLY FURNISHED FRONT BAY-WIN-dow
room: gas, bath and telephone. 183 Sev
, entb rt.
FOR RENT ONE LARGE FRONT ROOM.
At The Beverly. Mrs. A. Smith, The Bev
erly. 16(1 10TH ST.. NEXT DOOR TO MORRISON
Nicely furnished rooms; modern conveniences.
389 THIRD ST. DESIRABLE FURNISHED
rooms at -reasonable rates. Phone West 1378.
THE ROYAL, 103 FOURTH, NEAR WASH.
Central: nicely furnished rooms; transients.
Pooms With Board.
AT THE WALDORF, 147 THIRTEENTH ST.
A special offer in room and board to sin
gle men and married couples commencing
May 1. H. T. Brown, proprietor.
FIRST-CLA8S ROOMS AND BOARD IN A
desirable locality. The Gaston residence. 024
Salmon st. Take Washington-street car to
NICELY FURNISHED LARGE ROOM. WITH
gas, bath, telephone, etc; In private family,
with or without board. 100 ldth, cor. Tay
PLEASANT ROOM. WITH BOARD: GAS.
bath and telephone; sood location; private
family. 533 East Ankeny.
THE COSMOS, FOURTH AND MORRISON
sts. Comfortable, rooms, $1 per day; reason
able rates per month.
2 LARGE. NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS,
with board; suitable for two. At The Bur
bank. 3ii Yamhill.
NICE. PLEASANT SUITE OF ROOMS,
first floor, with board; modern conveniences.
1C8 11th st.
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT,
with or without board. 403ourth st, cor.
THE COLONIAL, 105 10TH ST. DESIRABLE
suite, second-floor front; also single "room;
Pleasant rooms, steam heat, with hot and cold
water; fliet class board. 533 Morrison.
The Brown Good rooms, good board; elevator;
10 minutes from P. O. 271 Grand ave.
ROOMS, EN SUITE OR SiNGLC; HOT AND
cold water; with boaid., 225 11th st
THREE JOINING HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS,
partially furnished; good location; conven
ient: very reasonable. 421 East Morrison,
425 TAYLOR $12; FRONT ROOM, KITCH
en, bathroom, large clothes press, furnished;
room connected; private family.
DOUBLE PARLORS, NICELY FURNISHED,
for housekeeping; private family; bath,
phone; central. DO Seventh st.
72 SEVENTH, NEAR OAK NICE, LARGE
suite, furnished, for housekeeping: bath,
'phoner in private familr.'"" -. "
TWO VERY DESIRABLE -ROOMS. FUR
nlshed, for housekeeping; no children; phone
West 251. 354 Salmon.
127 UTH TWO, THREE OR FOUR FUR
nlshed housekeeping rooms, ?S month; three
3 FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPINGV ROOMS
for rent; centrally located, and reasonable.
243 Fifth st
253 SIXTH ST., COR. MADISON FUR
nlshed housekeeping rooms; all comenlences;
FURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED HOUSE
keeplng rooms, at 240 Fifth st. Call after
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT; ALSO
basement rooms, for housekeeping. 201 Tay
THE GLADSTONE, 174 13TH STREET TWQ
large front rooms, with board. Miss Mur
phy. THREE UNFURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING
rooms, with bath. 88 North llthi near Ev
FOR RENT FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING
and transient rooms. 221 Morrison st.
,AN ELEGANTLT FURNISHED SUITE O
nouseKeepirig rooms, -iou jenerson.
THE BROWN, 271 GRAND AVE. SUITE
of rooms, for light housekeeping.
FOR RENT WELL-FURNISHED MOUSE;
nice grounds; good location, near car; refer
ences. 401 12th st.
MODERN 8-ROOM HOUSE; CENTRAL;
with or without carpets. 21 EaEt Seventh
NEW 8-ROOM MODERN HOUSE, CORNER
10th and Jackson sts. Inquire 472 Park st
NICE WOMAN WANTED TO BE COMPAN
lon to elderly lady. Apply 327 Morrison st
FOR RENT DWELLING, 201
rooms. Telephone Front 871.
FrVE-ROOM COTTAGE. WITH BATH ATSD
yard, $12. 202 North 10th st.
FIVE-ROOM COTTAGE. 434 HARRISON ST.
Apply at 240 Montgomery st.
FOR RENT COMPLETELY FURNISHED. A
strictly modern house of 0 rooms; choice -location,
on East Ankeny st. Lambert & Sar
gent, 383 East Washington st
$8.00 PER MONTH, 5-ROOM FLAT. FAN
try. woodshed, free water and telephone;
furnished for housekeeping. 034 Seventh st,
FUKMisHED COTTAGES, FOR HOUSE
keeping, $8 per month and up. Telephone J.
Landlgan (union 545). any time except P. M.
A FURNISHED 25-ROOM HOTEL, IN GOOD
town, for rent; good location; reference re
quired. H. M.t care Lang & Co., city.
MODERN FURNISHED COTTAGE TO
steady tenants; references. 516 East Wash
ington, cor. East 11th.
THREE MONTHS OR LONOER; FINELY
furnished house or part of house, 8 rooms.
FOR RENT HOUSE. EIGHT ROOMS, FUR
nlshed, during Summer. Call at 380 Sixth
Houses or Rent Furniture for Sale.
FOR SALE-THE FURNITURE OF MODERN
10-room house, centrally located; rent of
house, $30. W. G. Beck. 321 Morrison.
HOUSE TO RENT AND PART FURNI
ture, carpets and .steel range for sale. Ap
ply at lOd North 17th st
FURNITURE OF A 0-ROOM HOUSE FOR
sale cheap for cash. 280 Salmon. Call after
FOR RENT FOUR-STORY AND BASEilENT
butldmg. suitable -for Jobbing: business; Front
and Ankeny sts. H. E. Noble. Commercial
FOR RENT- STORE. 352 MORRISON
Inquire room 17 Lewis building.
BUTCHER SHOP FOR. SALE; GOOD FAM- j LOST ON EAST SIDE. POCKETBOOK C0"N
ily trade; East Side. Address A 10, care tatnlns: cash. Return 10385 East Morrison
OrAennlan. - 1
FOR 'SALE ALL OR HALF INTEREST 'IN
an Implement house and blacksmltn shop.,
havins the best trade hd doing a fine busi
ness; ajrency of standard wagon3, buggies,
machinery. tc; with quarter blockr lOOxIiw
fiat, on moat prominent corner in thriving
cltj ; -extensive and commodious shop and.
store buildings; price to suit times; owner
must go .Hast to manage father s estate. Ad
dress O 0. care" Oregonian.
TOR SALE A WELL-ESTABLISHED GEN
ecaU merchandise business In, good .Eastern
Oregon town; good chance for live man to
build up sr big- business; good farmfns and1
fruit countrr: brick store: chean rent: stock
invoices about JbOOQ; must be sold: good'.
reason tor selling. J. jr care oregonian.
ALL BOOMING - HOUSES. GROCERY
rtores. SALOONS, CIGAR or CANDi' stores,
country HOTELS or merchandise h iact.
everything that is for sale. Is listed with UK.
JENNINOS & CO 300 MORRISON ST.
FOR SALE A well-established buSlnesV in' dry1
goods, clothing, ladies' and gents furnishing
goods, ihoes. etc: same enjoying a good
trade; reasons for selling, retiring: Opom busi
ness. Address box 210. LA Grande, Or.
FOR 13ALE ONE STORE BUILDING" AND
warehouse, with fresh stock of general mer
chandise; good stock; well advertised; will
sell reasonable. For particulars addrtsj Jno.
M. Jackson. Riddle. Or.
FOR SALE HALF OR-AVHOLE OF A WELL
selectod stock of new merchandise. Invoicing
about $2QC0; on an extension of a railroad
where there will he lots of trade. W 0, Ore
gonian. WANTED PARTNER IN WELL - ESTAB
Ushed printing business; to right man half
Interest will be sold on easy terms; refer
ences exchanged. Address M 11, Oregonian.
FOR SALE STOCK OF MERCHANDISE IN
Cottage Grove; will Invoice $1500; reason for
selling given by addressing Georgo- Curnmlng,
Cottage Grove. Or. ,
ROOMING-HOUSE, CENTRALLY LQCATED;
rooms all full; a paying Investment .Inquire
290 Jefferson st, near Fifth . '
FOR SALE 17.000 SHARES 'OF HELENA
Mining Co. stock. Apply to L. Y. KfhdV &
Co., 110 Sherlock building. ,
FOR SALE RESTAURANT; , CENTRAL;
good trade; cheap rent; a credit' of one
third the. price will be given. 'Address O 0,
care Oregohlan. 'J V
GOOD BUSINESS LOCATION CAN BE
found by consulting Ames Mercantile Asency,
200 Ablngton building.
FOR SALE My milling, feed, commission and
grocery buslnera; cheap. O. R. Addlton. city.
For Sale Best-paying restaurant In rfty; leav
ing for Alaska: a snap. L 3., Oregonian.
ARMORY DRUG STORE FOR SALE,
dress A 5, care Oregonian.
C. GEE WO. CELEBRATED CHINESE Doc
tor, successfully cures all chronic diseases of
men and women, without operation, with hli
powerful Chinese toots, herbs, barks, etc.,
that are unknown to medical science in thU
countr. Don't think your case hopeless un
til consulting nim. Send stamp tor blank
and circular. 1J2 Third st.. Portland, or.
30 WOMEN WANTED IRREGULAR. PAlN
ful or stoppages, leucorrhoea (whites) and all
diseases pertaining to change of lite, uuted
by o.d Dr. Kesaler. J3U lamhili st, Port
land, Or. Private wiliiii-ioam for, ludieK.
Consultation free. Call ur wine. ' inclose li)
2-cent stumps. -
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR, MOLES, ETC., RE
moved with electric needle; petmanent cuie;
electric massagt idr wrinkles; 7 ears' exp.
by lady operator; physicians' referenced.
Parlors 15-lu Lewis bldg. Phone Brown 007.
DRESS SUITS FOR RENT; ALL SHSES'-
$1 a month keeps your u.othltig e. caned and
. prefaced, buttons hewed on ana llt luwcd uij.
"'j'rompt 'calls and dellyelle... Unique 'lallur-
lng Co.. 347 Washington, opposite Cordruy'4.
MANLY VIGOR RESTORED BY DR.
rts' Nerve. Globules.. One month's
ment $2; 3 months. ?3. Sent securely seuled
by mail. Agents, Woodard &. Clarke, Port
DARLING SANITARIUM, MT. TABOR; PRL
vate; women's diseases, confinements; coun
try cases solicited; terms modulate. Ad. Dr.
Durllng, Mngr.. Cambridge bldg,. Portland.
Wrinkles, and facial blemishes removed, faco
and scalp diseases cured: bleaching and dye
ing; beauty solence taught; advice free. Ori
ental Beauty Parjors, S.W. cor, 7th & Wash.
YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS ARE MORE Ac
curately and reasonably filled' at EyBsell's
. Pharmacy, 227 Morrison st, bet 1st and 2d.
PURE RED BLOOD 'GUARANTEED fT
' taking 'Eyssell's Concentrated Extr. ot Sarsk
' partita. 227 Morrison, bet First and Secind.
We print your name on 30 .calling- cards, prop
er size and stjle, 25c: 250 business cards, il.
Brown & Schmale, 220 First, Portland. Or.
"Book of Nature," 50c; "Marriage Guide'
$1; "Maria Monk," 50c, postpaid. .Catalogue
, rare books free. Box 'COO. Portland Or.
"Uncle Henry, 43 N. Thin, cor. Couch, loans
money; bargains In unredeemed pledges.
SANITARY FEATHER, RENOVATOR 'makes
old feathers new. 348 1st Phone Hood 272.
ON ALL AFFAIRS OF LIFE CONSULT THE
famous palmist, Mrs, Dreyfus, 211 1st st.
GET YOUR UMBRELLAS RECOVERED AND
repaired. Meredith's, Washington and 6th.
Call or address D.
0 to 14 days; no knife.
F. Phelps, 324 First
LOANS MADE TO SALARIED PEOPLE
holding permanent pomtion with reaponsiuie
firms, upon their own names; eajy payment;
strictly confidential. New Era Loan & Trut
Co., room 310 Ablngton building; Office
, hours. 10 to 4. ,
LOANS WITHOUT PUBLICITY ON REAL
or chattel mortgages; pergonal or salary se
curity, at low rates. C. W. Pallett 2Jd ComV
merclal block. Tel. Grant 800.
LOANS IN SUMS FROM $5 TO "$500; ON ALL
classes of security. R. L Eckerson fc Co.,
room 0 Washington bldg. Phone Clay 88d.
LOANS ON FURNITURE, PIANOS AND
other securities; lowest rates. 8. W. King;
roam 45 Washington bldg. Phone Hood 410.
LOANS ON FURNITURE. .PIANOS, REAL
estate and all kinds of securities. 123 3d -at.
C, H. Thompson's Cut-Rate Ticket Offlce.
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST RATES; NO
commission, and abstract of title furnished.
Portland Abstract Co.. tS02 Commercial bik.
$5 AND UP. IN SUMS TO .SUIT, ON .ALL
kinds ot security, W. A. Hathaway, room 10
Washington building. Phone. Hood 413.
$200,000 TO LOAN AT 6, 6, 7 PER CENT.
City and suburban property tor sale and rent.
Wm. G. BeCk, 321 Morrison st
MONEY -TO LOAN, 0 AND 7 PER CENT, ON
city, property and improved Valley farms.
W. A. Shaw &. Co.. 243 Stark st
MONEY TO LOAN, ANY AMOUNT, 'AT 0
pr cent upwaras. western investment &
Loan Co., room 10, 245 Morrison.
LOANS ON UNIMPROVED SUBURBAN
property and all other good aeeUrltles. W. H.
Nunn, 652 Sherlock building.
MONEY TO LOAN ON ALL KINDS OF SE
curlty. Wm. Holl,.room 0 Washington bldg.
LOANS on chattels, salaries, eta, low rates.
See us first Mann & Co.. 604 Dekum bldg.
;,. n ,.- ."-, ,r.
aiuniiJ 1J uuAii, u jjer raiiij mini ur uijr
property. O. M. Smith. 3 Ch. of Commerce.
MORTGAGE LOANS. ANY SUM; SMALL Ex
pense; call and see. .Ward, Allsky bldg.
MONEY TO LOAN, 0 AND 7 PER CENT. ON
real -estate. Plympton. 201 Morrison st
LOST AND FOUND.
REWARD OF TWENTY DOLLARS TO" THE
person detaining" and Informing me of the
whereabouts of Eddie Shannon, who left his
home near Oregpn City, April 20; Is 14"
j ears old, tall and slender, brown hair, blue
eyes, slightly freckled, small scar across one
eyebrow; he wore blhe bib overalls, dark blue
coat, black shirt, with white stripes, ree;n
plaid cap and coarse shoes. C. E. Shannon,
Oregon City, Or.
LOST A BLACK COCKER SPANIEL BITCH,
with collar on; partial clipped; .answers to
' name of "Gypsy." Reward It returned to
J. A. Christian, 387 East Third st north.
FOUND A SMALL LOCKET .CONTAINING'
pictures of man and baby. Ownfcr caif have
same by calling at Oregonian office, proving
property and paying tor this "ad."
LOST ONE BAY HORSE OF ABOUT 1S50,
with white face; also brown One, of about
same weight Return to 10th and Ellsworth,
and receive reward. W. A. Rees.
LOST JAPANESE C6LLIB DOG; NAME, "T.
Johnson," stamped on collar. Return 002
Gantenbeln ave. Reward,
LOST BLACK LEATHER WALLET. CON
talnlng bank book and papers. Return195
Front st Reward.
st Jiaward. f I
PxvU.uSAL FOV. -fiVELVli BillCK SCHOOL
buildings and electric ilghr, steam heM, and
waur and SeWer sysitus. department o.
the Interior, O.lice Of Aidian, Analrs, Wash
ington. D. C, April . 1001. Sealed pro
posals, indorsed "Proporals for Butidinss-.
etc. Riverside, Cal.r" and addressed to
the Commissioner ot Indian A&airs, Wash
ington. D C. will bs rJeivtd at the In
dian Office until 2 o'clock P. M.. of Wednev
aajf, June 5. ICul, ior ftaralahlnK and de
livering the necessary materials and labor
required to construct and complete four
HI dormitories, two 2) employes quarters,
one (1) schoolnouse, one. (1) inesshall, one
U) superintendent's refden. one U) laun
dxy, one tl) warehouse, and one (1) office,
all to be of brick; alio waier and" sewer,
electric light ana steam heat syst&ms, upon
tne sue vt me new inuian schoai near liiv
ersjde, Cal In strict accordance with plana,
-spsiiiUcatlons and instructions to bidders,
which may be examined at this office, the
oillces of the. Press, Riverside. Cat; the.
Herald, Los Angeles, Cat; the Chronicle.
San Francisco, Cat; The Morning Oregon
ian, Portland, Or.; the Arlsona Republican.
Phoenix, Ariz.; the TSlob-Democrat. St
LOUIS, "310.; the Wcstllche Post, so
Louis. ' Mo., -the Plomer Press, St Paul.
Minn.; the Times-Herald. Chicago. HI.; the
Builders' and Traders Exchange. Omaha,
Neb.; the Builders' and Traders' Exchange.
Milwaukee, Wis.; the , Northwestern Manufacturers-
Association, St. Paul, Minn.: the
U. S. Indian Warehouses- at No. 1208 How
ard, st, Omaha. Neb.;. No. 233 Johnson st,
Chicago, HI., and No. 77-70 Wooster st.
New i'ork. N. X., and the Indian school.
Perrls. Cal. For further Information apply
to Harwood Hall, Superintendent Induin
School, Perrls. Cat, or this office. A. C.
TON NEB, Acting Commissioner.
COUNT COURT FOR MULTNOMAH COUN
ty, Portland, Oregon Sealed bldj for the fur
nishing and delivering of lumber, paints, oils
and brushes, electrical supplies, nails, coal,
lanterns and globes, tools and waste, at
Burnslde-street bridge, Morrlson-Wreet bridge,
Madison-street bride and steel bridge, all in
sucn quantities,, and to be delivered at the
several bridges as may be required, as per
bpeciUcations now on hie and to be seen et
tho office of the Clerk of the County Court
at the Courthouse. In Portland, Oregon, will
be received at the offlce ot said Clerk until
10 o'clock. A. M.. Wednesday, May 8, 1001.
The successful bidder will be required to
piomptly execute a formal contract, to be
approved by the District Attorney 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 con
tract price for the faithful performance of
such contract. AH bids must be accoiu-
' panied by a certlted check of the amount of
10 per rent of the bid. Price, fitness and
quality being eaual. home products pre-
terrea. The County Court reserve the rig0,t.
to reject any and all bids.
W, M. CAKE,
County Commissioners for Multnomah
H,. H. HOLMES, Clerk. f
April 20. ltiui.
PARK PLACE, OR-. APRIL -20; -lOOl. No
tice to Contractors Seale'd bids will be re
ceived at thevoffice of C. H. Burggraf, archi
tect, Albany, Or., by the building committee
of the Board of Regents of the State Agri
cultural College of the State of Oregon until
1 o'clock P. M., May 27, 1001. Immediately
thereafter all bids received will be opened
and considered by tbe committee. Bidders
axe invited to be present at 'that time. A
certified check to the amount of 5 per cent
of the. b!drrpayable to J, T. Apperson, Presi
dent of .tho-Board of Regents, must accom
pany1 each proposal, as a guarantee that the
bidder will enter into a contiact and give an
approed bond tq the full amount of the con
'tiact in the event the bid Is accepted.
Bids will be considered as follows:
1. Extending the heating servioe and heat
ing the Armory.
2V The installing of lavatories and repair
ing the Administration building. Mechanical
Hall and Ladles' Dormitory, .
' 3. The painting of Cauthorn Hallji Ladles'
Dormitory, and the Chemical Laboratory.
The plans and specifications for this work
may be seen at the officeof the architect, at
Albany, Or. The committee reserves the
right to reject any or all bids,
J. T. APPERSON.
President ot the Board of Regents of the
State Agricultural College of the State
PROPOSAL FOR THE -MASON WORK,
plumbing, electric wiring, etc, for the Me
chanical Hall Building, University of Ore
gon, Eughne,-Or. Office. Edgar M. Lazarus,
Architect, 4J05 Worcester nlock, Portland,
Oregon. April 20, 1001. Sealed proposals
will be received at this office until 2 o'clock
P. M... on thq 21st day of May, 1901, and
opened immedlatefj thereafter, for all the
labor and materials required for the mason
work, plumbing, electric wiring, etc., for
the Mechanical Hall Building, EUgene, Or.,
in accordance with the drawings and speci
fication, copies of which may be had at this
office or at the oIUco of the President of
the -University. Eugene. Or. The- rlKht is
reserved to reject any or -all bids and lo
waiye any p erect or lmormauty in any oiu.
-should It be deemed .in the interest ot the
state to -do .so. Proposals, forms of which
may 'be,, had of the aichltect or at the Pres
ident's office, at Eugcn?, must be enclosed
'In envelopes, sealed and marked, "Proposal
for the Mason Work, Plumbing, Electric Wir
ing, etc.," and addlesscd to 'the 'President
of the Board of Barents. A certified check
of 15 pei cent, drawn to the order ot the-
Freeident of the Board of Regents must ac
PROPOSAL FOR A CENTRAL STEAM
heating, electric light and power plant for
the University of Oregon, 'Eugene, Or,
Office, Edgar M Lazarus," architect. 005
Woicester Block, PoUland, Or.. April 20.
1001. Sealed proposals whl be received at
this office until 2 o'clock P. M.. on the
21st day of May,-1001, and opened Imme
diately thereafter, for all the hteor and ma
terials required for the central steam heal
ing, electric light and power plant for the
University of Oregon, Eugene, Or., In ac
cordance with the drawings and specification,
copies of which may be had at this office
or at the office ot the President of the Unl
erslt, Eugene, Or. The right Is reserved
to reject any or all bids and to waive any
defect or informality In any bid, should it
b'e deemed in the interest of the ttate to
do jo. Proposals, forms for which may be
had of the architect, or at the President's
offlce, at Eusene, must be enclosed in en
velopes, sealed and marked, "Proposal for
a Central Steam Heating, Electric Light and
Power Plant," and addressed to the Presi
dent of the Board of Regents. A certified
check of 10 per cent, drawn to the order of
the President of the Board of Regents, must
PROPOSALS" FOR COAL OFFICE OF GEN
eral Superintendent Army Transport Servioe,
San Francisco, Cal., April 30, 1801. Sealed
proposals. In triplicate, for furnlBhlng and
delivering on board Army transports at San
Francisco, Cat, forty thousand tons, aver
age steam coal, or such portion thereof as
may b required, will be received at this of
fice until 12 M.,, May 31, 1001, and then
opened. Information furnished on applica
tion. Envelopes containing- proposals' should
be Indorsed "Proposals for coal," and ad
dressed to OSCAR F. LONG, General Super
intendent PROPOSALS INVITED. WE WILL RE
celve proposals for the erection ot a 4-roora
schoolhouse, to be erected at Gresham, Or.,
until May 15, at 12 noon. Bids must be
directed to Louis Shattock, School Clerk,
Gresham, Or. Plans and specifications for
same may be seen at thA Clerk's office or at
the offlce of Harry Vore, architect, 124
First st, Portland, Or. The board reserves
the right to reject any or all bids, and tho
contractors will be required to give an ap
proved bond. By -order of the board.
TJ. S. ENGINEER OFFICE, PORTLAND,
Or., May 1, 1001. Sealed proposals for dredg
ing 50,000 cubic yards material, more or less,
for improvement of Clatskanle River, Ore
"gon, will be received here until 12 M., May
80, 1001, and then publicly opened. Infor
mation furnished on application. W. C.
LANGFITT, Capt. Engrs.
.Fry order of the board of direo
. n( irhe Oretron J
Railroad & Navigation
Co. notice is hereby given that suDDlemen-
tary articles ot Incorporation of The Oregon
'Railroad & Navigation Co. wer,e on the 17th
day of April, lUOl, filed In the office of the
Secretary of State of the State of Oregon: and
in the offlce of the County Clerk of Mult
nomah County, Oregon, and that In and br
Eald supplementary articles article HI of
the articles of Incorporation of sard com
pany which were filed In the offlce -of the
Secretary of State of the State of Oregonon
July 16, 1800, waa amended by inserting
after the words "18th. A Hob from Elgin,
in the'State of Oregon, towards or to Wal
lowa, in said state," in the first paragraph
ot said article the follow ine words, towit:
"10th. A line from Fairfield, In the State
of Washington, td Waverly, In said state.
20th. A line from Portland, In the State of
Oregon, ta St. Johns, In eald state. 21st A
line from a point near Wardner, in the
State of Idaho, to the SlerraJNevada Mine.
at or near ine neau oi ueaawooa uuicn. In
W. W. COTTON, Secretary.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GrVEN THAT FROM
and after this date I will not be responsible
for any debts or contracts entered into by
any person or persons In. connection with th
management or workjng of the fish oil and
guano business carried on at Blaine. Wash.,
and Astoria, Or., under' the name of T, H.
Wymonde. unless such debts or contracts are
authorized in writing by myself or my
agents, Messrs. W. A. jSVard. of Victoria, B.
C, or Messrs, W. A. Anderson & Company,
Limited, ot Vancouver, B. C Dated this
25th day of January, 1901. George De La
Poer Beresford. By Davis, Marshall tt Mac-
" neill. his Solicitors.
GERMAN BARK PAUL ISENBERO, CAP
tain Ott from Honolulu Neither the cap
tain nor the undrslgnedt consignees of the
above-named vessel, wUl be responsible Sot,
i any debts that may be contracted by the
crew. The Cbas. F. Beebe Company..
BRITISH SHIP THIRLMERE, CAPT. RAD
clirr. from Panama Neither the captain aor
the cnderslssed consignees of the above
named vessel shall b responsible for any
debts that may be contracted by the crew.
Kerr. Glfford A Ctv-
McCl.URK'S SANITARY BANDAGE FOR
- women has no equal. 417 Marquam building.
Geo. T. Murton. 318 Cham, or Com. v Phone
Brown 450. Accounts examined: books kepw
Geo T. Murton, 30T Cham, of Com. Phone
Brown 450. Accounts examined; books kept
Asanycrs and Annlysts.
THE MONTANA METALLURGICAL WORKS.
with lt- assay office and chemical labora
tory, have mor?d from V2 to lvw First t
J. H. FISK. MINERAL ASSAYER AND
chemist; gold Just bought 204ft Washington.
PAUL BAUMEL. ASSAYER AND ANALYST.
gold dust bought 228 Stark st
Awnings, Hnmmoclu and Tentif.
CAMP FURNITURE, STOVES. HAMMOCK
and flags for sale or rent at A. C Pike's
Tent and Awning Factory, 107 North Third.
J. K. GILL & CO.. WHOLESALE AND RE
tall booksellers and stationers. 133-133 3d st
Carpenters a. nil Builders.
Geo. W. Gordon, counters, oflrce fixtures, fly
creeni. Third and Salmon. Tel. Black 1002.
Chlrpoillsts and Manlcnrinc.
WM. DEVENY ESTELLE DEVENY, THE
only scientific chiropodists, parlors 301 Allsky
bldg., 3d and Morrison. Ore. phone Ghint lu.
This is the long-haired gentleman, t He is
the man you are-booking for.
L. Mitchell, leading expert chiropodist, offlce
in Knight's shoe store. Fifth and Wash.,
opposite Perkins Hotel. Hours 10 to 12. 2
to 5. Tel. Hood 728, offlce; res., West 222.
Miss Dart, manicuring; room 50 Union block,
lst-Stark. 0 A. M, to 5 P. M Tel. Front 544.
A druglezs system of curing disease. by re
moving the ctuse; heart disease, rheuma
tism, paralysis, female trouble and chronlo
cases. Exam. free. Dr. D. A, Mclntyre,
chlrppractle and osteopathlst, 383 Yamhill.
Mme. Dr. Herzog. from Berlin, scientific re
vealerr telt entire life, past present and fu
ture; consultation on alt affairs; nothing ex
cepted; names given; good advice; sure help;
mistake Impossible: Imports genuine gypsy
love powder. Fee fl; letter f2. 303 Alder.
PUTNAM CARPET CLEANING CO., PHONE
Brown 1008: moquettes and velvets a special
ty; all work- guaranteed.
VULCAN COAL CO. dealers la house, steam
and blacksmith coals. Also foundry coka.
Front st. near Gllsan. Ore. tel. Red 1760.
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..
ALLEN fc LEWIS. COMMISSION AND PRO
duee merchants. Front & D sts, Portland. Or.
METAL SKYLIGHTS. GALVANIZED IRON
cornices. J. C. Bayer. 2(33 Second st
FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKING; FIRST
class work, at reasonable prices. 301 First
st, rooms" 10 and 20.
DyeinB and Cleaning.
H.'W. TURNER, professional dyer and clean
er, 301 17th, cor. Columbia. Tel. Red 131.
Private School 361 Yamhill. English branches
, taught Teachers prepared for examination.
Wetem Electric Works: house wfrlng. bell
work, repairs, motors, dynamos. 300 Wash.
Fence and Wire Works.
OLD- EAST PORTLAND FENCE AND WIRE
Works. A. Carlson. 280 East Morrison st
Furniture, turning, mouldings, wood work i
specialty. Calof & Goldenberg. 311 Front
Order ot Washington, foremost fraternal so
ciety of N. W.; protects the living. J. L.
Mitchell, Sup. Sec'y. 012-015 Marquam bldg.
Hair Dressing and lUnnlcnrlnjr.
PARIS HAIR STORE. 308 WASH ST.. UP-to-date
hairdressers, wlrs and toupees for
ladles and gents; switches from $1 up.
ROSENTHAL SISTERS. 160 5TH. SWITCHES
a specialty. Halrdresstng. manicuring.
Eraraess and Saddles.
THE BREYMAN LEATHER CO.. TVHOLE
sale saddle and harness manufacturers, sad
dlery hardware, findings and shoe store sup
plies; leather ot all kinds. 73" Front ot
THE GEORGE LAWRENCE CO.. WHOLE
sale saddlers and harness manufacturers,
leather and saddlery hardware. 72 Front st
CHARLES L. MASTICK & CO. (INC?)1
Front street, Portland uasa buyers or hides,
pelts and tallow.
Dr. G. M. Keller's Hydropathic Institute. Pied
mont, Portland. Or.; rheumatism and kindred
diseases successfully treated; best references.
HAMBURG-BREMEN FIRE INS. CO.. 102
First st. Boyd & Arnold. General Agents.
Jnnlc, Hides nnd Pelts,
L. shank & Co. pay highest prices for oTd
rubber, metals, bottles, iron, rags, bides,
pelts and tallow. 312 Front Tel. South 001.
Electric Laundry Co.. laundry 303 Madison;
offlce 308 Wash. Tel. Col. 700. Or. Grant 431.
Blanuf actnr ers of Ladies' Goods.
OUR COMPLETE LINE OF SUMMER FUR
nlshlngs will astonish you. We are leaders In
ladles' wear. Sing Chong &r Co.. 333 Morrison.
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 workt Schanen & Neu, 268 1st
EXPERIENCED MASSEUR gives treatment
tor rheumatic and chronic diseases. Freder
ick Walter. 532 Williams. Phone Rua. 1131.
131 FOURTH: TUB AND VAPOR BATHS,
with massage, electricity; everythlnar first
clas3. Phone Red 4Zi.
LADY GIVES THE LATEST. SCIENTIFIC
massage treatments. The VIncennes, 313
Washington, room 33.
MASSAGE. STEAM BATHS GrVEN. BY Ex
perienced masseur, at Mali's building, room
9. 532 Willlams-ave.
VAPOR BATHS, 23c; MASSAGE. MAGNET
IC oil treatments. S4l, Everett --st, opposite
new Custom House.
PAUL CROMWELL, THE COLf,1ED BPE
ctallst, has: opened up his offlce at 347 Front
and will sell his medicine as usual. Medi
cines for all kinds of chronic diseases.
r Oregon Viayi Co.
LEWIS BLDG.. PARK AND MORRISON STS.
Send for Health Book. Consultation free.
White bronze monument". "Send postal: will
call. C R. Donnell. Agent, 204 Stark st
Ottumwa mining- hoists, dynamos, motors, saw
mills, etc Tatum & Ilowen. 20-33 First su
VIOLIN INSTRUCTION PROPERLY
taught beginners; hour. 51. New York teach
er. 321 Salmon . near Sixth.
PROF. T. BJ LAWSON. 283 FIRST ST
Piano, orsan. guitar, lessons at your home.
50 cents. T "
Lessnns50o, piano, guitar, banjo, mandolin, vio
lin Instruments for sale. Mrs. Martin. 104 1st
DRS. Lj B. SMITH & SON. OREGON'S PIO
neer osteopath?, suite 400 Oregonian bulld
rng. Examination free Phone Oak 421 Lit
erature sent on application.
Dr. RVB. Northrop, specialist la nervous and
chronic diseases, suite 41ft Dekum bldg.. 3d
and'Waah. Examinations free. Tel. Main J43.
Larsen. Palmist. Occult Student Readlnsa.
DOc, past, present, future. 218 Alisky bidjr.
T. J. GEISLEB, 8I4-81S CHAMBER OF COM,
Domestic and foreign patent secured, etc
Special attention given ta the prosecution of
pension claims. J. L. Wellst 100 Grand ave.
"? Physicians and Surgeons.
DR. CORA" C. TALBOTT. SPECIALIST; IS
years experience in diseases of women; latest-Improved
method in the treatment ot all
female troubles; patients treated successfully
by malt Offlce 181 First st.
Dr. Flora. A. Brown; diseases of women and
children a specialty Consultation and diag
nosis free. 517-513 The Dekum, Portland. Or.
DR. JAMES DICKSON. SPECIALIST IN KID-
ney and skin diseases. Odd Fellows' xampie.
Portland Rldlne Clubs.
LIVERY AND BOARDING; LADIES; AND
gentlemen's saddle horses. 334 Jefferson.
SAFES. JAILS. BURGLAR-PROOF SAFES,
both new and second-hand. Lockouts- opened
and general repairs. J. E. Davis. 08 Third.
Scbool ot Psychology.
School ot mental science, psychology, psychra
tlsm and magnetic healing. Office treatment,
Mrs. C J. Maple. 211 Second, room 13-
Sho-iYaaes and Store Flxtnrea
R. LUTKE & CO.. SUCCESSORS TO DIXON.
Borgeson & Co.. Sixth and Hoyt sts.
OVERLAND STORAGE WAREHOUSE
Fourth and Davis. Merchandise a specialty
Insurance rates low; storage rates reasonable.
Careful attention given to country consign
ments. Tel. Or. Main 777; Columbia 070.
STORAGE AT LOW RATES CAN BE HAD
at Fred BIckel's storehouse. 31 North Front
Storase and Transfer.
C. O. PICK; offlce 83 First bet Stark and
Oak; phones 500. Pianos and furniture moved
and packed for shipping; commodious flra--proof
brick warehouse: Front and Clay sts.
Tents and Awnings,
PORTLAND TENT & AWNING CO.; TENTS
sails, awnings. 220 Ankeny1. Tel. Grant 1001.
Tinning: and Roofing.
ALL KINDS TIN WORK. AND STOVE RE
pairing. Schulza Bros., 103 Grand aVe.
MRS. WALLACE. RELIABLE CLAIRVOL
ant and paychic life reader; consult her oa
business affairs, love troubles; absent friends:
good advice on mines; readings dally, C0o and
up. 167 Ftrst st, office 7. Consult the best.
Mrs. Stevens, business medium and inspira
tional writer. 221 Morrison st. room 22.
New Turkish bath parlors; modern applicants.
Gents only. 525 Chamber Com.. J. F. Kins.
Turkish baths; new management, open all
night No charge for beds. Oregonian bids.
DEKUM ELECTRIC LIGHT BATHS, HOURS
Ladles 0 to 3, gentlemen 3 JO to u.
ALLEN & LEWIS. WHOLESALE GROCERS,
cor. N Front and Davis sts.. Portland. Or.
SAVINGS BANK 100 THIRD 8TREET
PORTLAND TRUS1 CU-iPANJC
Money to loan on mortgage
A general trust and agency business transacted.
INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS DEPOSITS.
BENJ- 1. COHEN President
HL. PITTOCK Vice-President
E. J. ALTSTOCK. J. O. GOLTRA. ..Secretaries
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF PORTLAND. OR.
Designated Depository and Financial Agent ot
the United States.
President H. W. CORBETT
Vice-President ,..A. L 1IWS
Cashier O. . WITHINUTON
Assistant Cashier J. W. NEVKIRIC
Second Assistant Cashier W. a ALVORD'
Letters ot credit Issued, available In Europa
and the Eastern States.
Sight exchange and telegraphic transfers sold
on New xork, .Boston, uuicago, ou iuu, ow
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,
Christlania. Stockholm, St. Petersburg, Mos
cow. Zurich, Honolulu
Collections made on favorable terms.
LADD & TILTON. BANKERS
ESTABLISHED IN 1850.
Transact a General Banking Business,
Interest allowed on time deposits. ,
Collections made at all points on favorabla
terms. Letters of credit issued available la
Europe and the Eastern States.
Sight Exchanger and Telegraphic Transfers
sold on New York. Washington. Chicago, St
Louis, Denver. Omaha. San Francisco and varl-
ou points In Oregon. Washlngton.daho, Mon-
tana and British Columbia- N
.Exchange sold on s London. Paris. Berlin
Frankfort and Hong Kong.
WELLS. FARGO 8c CO8 BANK
CASH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS.. ..$8,250,000
JOHN J. VALENTINE PRESIDENT
HOMER S. KING , MANAGER
R. LEA BARNES - CASHE3R
JOHN E. MILES ASSISTANT CASHIER,
General BanWne 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. HOYT ............ Assistant Cashler
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING
Interest paid on time deposits.
Drafts and letters of credit Issued, available
la 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 $8,000,000
Transacts a General Banking Business.
SAVTNGS 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. WYLD-, Manager.
LONDON AND SAN FRANCISCO BANK.
Chamber of Commerce building. Third and
Head Offlce, 71 Lombard street London.
This bank transacts a general banking- busi
ness, makes loans discounts bills and. Issues
letters of credit available for travelers and the
purchase of merchandise In any city ot the
world. Deals in foreign and domestic ex
change. Accounts ot country hanks received.
Interest paid on term deposit.
W. A. MACRAE. Manager.
AINSWORTH NATIONAL BANK
CORNER THIRD AND OAK STS.
J. C. AINSWORTH President
PERCY T MORGAN Vice-President
R.W. SCHMEER Assistant Cashier
TRANSACTS A GENIAL BANKING BUSI
NESS. Interest paid on time deposits.
' SAFE DEPOSIT DEPARTMENT
THE UNITED STATES NATIONAL BANK
Transacts a General Banking- Business.
Drafts. Jsued .available iall cities of the
United States- and Europe.
President . ...?... - TYLER WOODWARD
Vici-Presldent j...... JACOB KAMM
Cashier F. C. MILLER