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THE MORNING OREGONIAN, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1901.
FOR SALE FARMS.
J. W. OGILBEE. BOOM 11, 145 FIRST ST..
Portland. $2000255 acres, 30 acres in culti
vation, buildings not very good, quite a por
tion e the land easy to put into cultivation,
lies rolling, soil excellent, especially fruit
and hops; well watered: one mile from rail
road. 20 miles from Portland, in Yamhill
Counts'. Oregon. Cheap farm.
J. W. OGILBEE. ROOM 11, 145 FIRST ST.
$1500 JO acres, 18 acres slashed and seeded
in crass, -with small amount in cultivation:
fine creek running through the land; soil of
"black loam; on rraveled road into the city;
near school, postofllce. eta; only 10 miles
southeast of the Morrison-Street bridge; this
has a fine future.
CATTLE RANCH 770 ACRES. "WITH UN
limited out-range; fine place for Wo or more
families; good buildings, plenty of water;
railroad station at the place, county road in
front of the house, the best and cheapest
place in Oregon; must be sold; $9 per acre.
V, Schmid. 108 Grand ave.. East Side.
STOCK AND FRUI1 RANCH OF 870 ACRES
for sale; well watered; rood soil; 30 acres
bearing orchard; only two miles from Oak
land, Douglas County. Or.; low price and easy
terms. Apply directly to W. A. Jenkins, 50
Montgomery su, room 12. San Francisco, Cal.
IMPROVED FARMS FOK SALE IN ALL
parts of Oregon and Washington: payment
made to suit purchasers. For full particulars
as to various properties apply to MacM&ster
to Blrrll. 311 Worcester block.
TIMBER LAND FOR SALE.
PRINTED DESCRIPTIONS TIMBER,
ranches, suburban acres. In 25 counties of
Oregon and Washington: plats furnished.
MINES AND MUNICIPAL BONDS. Write J.
L. Martin & Co.. 601 Oregonian. Portland, Or.
WANTED SMALL TRACT LAND NEAR
city; house, barn; lease term years. Ad
dress K IS, Oregonian.
S'OR EXCHANGE A FINE 20-ACRE FARM,
6 miles southwest of city; near pobioUlce.
school and railroad station; for improved city
property. Apply "to C. F. Pfluger. room 14
Mulkey building, cor. Second and Morrison.
FOR SALE 3IISCELLAXEOUS.
DON'T FORGET THAT NOW IS THE TIME
to order ycur Winter supply of coal, wood
and coke; tpeclal rates on flve-ton lots Ros
lyn lump coal. Western Feed & Fuel Co..
154 5th tt. N. Phones. Main 1018: Col. 203.
New TYPEWRITERS, all makes. RENTED
and SOLD. Expert repairing. Office sup
plies. Coast Agency Co., 2CG Stark st.
FOR BEST DRY OAK. ASH AND FIR WOOD
at lowest prices. Hoover. 313 Water street.
Phones Oregon South C51. Columbia S3.
PIONEER WOOD YARD. FOOT OF MORRI
Fon st. Best dry oak. ash and fir wood at
lowest prices. Both phones. Main 189.
FOR SALE FURNITURE OF 12 - ROOM
house; 0 rooms now rented; more than pay
expenses. II 14. care Oretronian.
SEVERAL DELIVERY AND BUGGY
horses; take Flow ones part pay. Union ave.
and East Madison.
STEAM WOOD SAW, TEAM AND HAR
tiess. Apply at 11C0 East Belmont st. Take
GOOD DRIVING-HORSE FOR EITHER
ladies or gentlemen; -will sell cheap. 313
CRANDALL & CO.. 211 WASH. ST., HORSES
for sale and hire; rigs to let and for sale.
NEW FISH MARKET. SIXTH AND HARRI
son sts.; fish, oysters, clams, poultry, etc
FOR SALE THOROUGHBRED POINTER
pup; G months old. Call 429 Alder st.
SOLID GOLD RINGS. GUARANTEED. ONLY
$1. "Uncle Myers. 143 3d. near Alder.
SEVERAL WAGONS. BUGGIES; ALSO HAR
ness for sale. 51 4th, near Pine.
YOUNG. FRESH COWS FOR SALE. IN
quire t Sfel East Pine st.
HELP "WANTED MALE.
R. R. LABORERS and TEAMSTERS, GRAY'S
Harbor. Kalama, East Or. and Wash., $2 to
$2.50; teamsters, $35, board: carpenter, $3,
men and bojs, top beets. La Grande. $1:23",
board; pass to all; carpenters, city and coun
try. $2.50 te $3; ratchet-fcetter, $2,50; rigging
rustlers, $2.50; hooktender. $C3, board;
chaser. $2 25; swampers, $2.25 to $2.50; road
men, $2 and $2.10; mlllmen, $30. id.: cuirier.
$2.50; tanner, $2; colored banjo-picker. E. O.,
$2.50, pass; laborers, city. ?2 and $2.25; farm
hands and milkers, $30 to $35; cooks, flunk
eys, dishwashers, porters; new orders daily.
Canadian Agency. 220 Morrison; loggers and
R. R. headciuarters.
WANTED YOU TO KNOW THE RED CROSS
Employment Office. To advertise Its merits,
vrill give away to parties ordering help a
grand hard-rubber fountain pen or five gen
uine turquoise, in the rough, or a large,
beautiful polished opal. We mall them fm
to country patrons. Please call and examine
them. Each gift worth from $1 to ?7. Red
Cross Employment Office. 12S First street.
Will be open to the general public for busi
ness September 10 at 7 A. M.
WANTED FOR U. S. ARMY ABLE-BODIED
unmarried men between ages of 21 and 35; cit
izens of United States, of good character and
temperate habits, who can speak, read and
write English. Recruits specially desired for
coast and field artillery. For Information ap
ply to Recruiting Officer. Third and Stark
sts., Portland. Or.
MANAGER WANTED IN EVERY LARGE
county to appoint agents for the famous
"Game o' Skill" nickel slot machine for
drinks or cigars; lawful everywhere; takes
place of all forbidden ilot machines. Rented
or sold on easy payments. Secure territory
quick. Palmer Billiard Table Works, Chi
WANTED MEN AND TEAMS TO WORK
on the Portland, Vancouver & Yakima
Railroad; wages $2.25 per day; team and
driver, $4.25 per day; plenty of good station
work to let. Western Construction Co., con
tractors, Vancouver. Wash.
Men to learn barbfer trade. Positions $G0
monthly secured after eight weeks' practice.
Examination and diploma free. -Tools do
nated. Write today for free catalogue. Moler
Barber College, San Francisco. Cal.
WANTED A GOOD BREAD AND CAKE
baker; one who is competent to take charge
of shop; will pay $15 per -sveek. Including
board. Address H. Oliver. McMinnville, Or.
TRAVELERS FOR WASHINGTON AND OR
cgon, to appoint agents; salary, expenses
and commission; reference and security; per
manent position. B 13, care Oregonian.
WANTED EXPERIENCED YOUNG MAN
stenographer; one with no objections to leav
ing city; state age, experience and salary ex
pected. O 1C, care Oregonian.
100 MEN AND BOYS TOP BEETS. E. O.,
$1.25 and board: ship Monday night; pass,
must have good baggage. Canadian Agency,
220 Morrison st.
WANTED A YOUNG MAN WITH EXPERI
ence In crockery or grocery business. Address,
giving references, age and experience, S 17,
WANTEDINDUSTRIAL LIFE INSURANCE
agents; liberal Inducements to experienced
men. Call or address M. T. Kady, 005 Orego
20 MEN FOR BRUSH CAMP. GRAY'S HAR
bor jetty. Apply to D. E. Budd, 110 First.
No fee. Hale & Kern Contract Co.
WANTED A CLERK TO DRIVE A GRO
eery -tvacon and solicit route. ' Apply to Mc
Kinnon Grocery Co., 173 Third st.
WANTED MEN TO WORK AT COLUMBIA
quarry. Apply to D. E. Budd's Employment
Office. First st., near Washington.
WANTED EXPERIENCED CLOTHING AND
shoe salesman: no other need apply. " Jacob
Asher. 41 North Third st.
EXPERIENCED CLOTHING AND FURNISH
Ing goods man wanted; references. George
Fisher, Aberdeen. Wash.
ONE GOOD PIANO-PLAYER AND ENTER
talner; good wages. Mrs. Hattle McGInnlss,
42 Ferry street, Salem.
BRIGHT. ACTIVE BOY TO LEARN STA
tlonery business. Kilham Ctationery Co., 2i57
WANTED BOYS FOR WRAPPING SOAP,
at Luckel, King & Cake's Soap Factorv, 640
TO TAILORS WANTED A GOOD VEST
maker. Apply Lane Tailoring Co., 270 Stark
WANTED A FIRST-CLASS SAW GRINDER
on new work. Address box 03. Seattle, Wash.
WANTED-A BOY TO MAKE HIMSELF USE
ful around a grocery store. 400 Third s
Acmo Employment Bureau. 245 Morrison All
kinds of help tree to employers. Phones.
WANTED A GOOD, STOUT BOY. PORT-
land ire & .iron w ones, in .tTont st. l
HELP WANTED MALE.
WANTED- YOUNG MAN AS MESSENGER
In offioe. Address P. O. drawer 31.
WANTED TOUNG MAN TO WASH DISHES.
Hotel Rheln. 232 Front street.
FOUR BOYS WANTED, NOT UNDER 10
years. Apply 312 First st.
BOY W ANTED AT 427 WASHINGTON. CALL
at store after 9 o'clock.
WANTED COATMAKERS. GRISWOLD &
Phegley, 131 Sixth st.
ERRAND BOY WANTED. AT 348 WASHING
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
WAITRESSES. CITY. COUNTRY, 2 E. O.
fare; cooks of all kinds, city, reports, coun
try, hopfleld3. good pay; work of all kinds,
city or country: hopplckers register; no office
fee. Canadian Parlors, 226 Morrison at.
AFTER BEING OUT IN WINDS. DELICATE
faces burn, smatt, redden. Soothing, cooling,
grateful relief Is obtained by application of
Satin-Skin Cream, followed by Satin-Skin
Powder. 25c Meier & Frank's. .
WANTED RELIABLE WOMAN FOR GEN
eral housework, principally for cooking, for
family of five adults; best wages for compe
tent person. Apply at 595 Lovejoy st., cor.
WANTED STEADY GIRL TO DO GENERAL
work, except cooking, in a small family at
Mount Tabor; one from the country pre
ferred. Address 35 First St., Portland.
WANTED-50 GIRLS AND WOMEN AT BIG
Red Cannery, cor. East 8th and Yamhill;
steady work; two months first 25 applying.
Oregon Packing Co.
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED DINING
room girl; also a hall girl; good wages paid;
give references and age. Address F 15, Ore
gonian. WANTED A GIRL FOR COOKING AND
general housework; good reliable girl can se
cure good wages by calling at 818 Lovejoy.
BRIGHT, MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN. DE
pending on her own efforts for a livelihood,
responsible position. T 14, care Oregonian.
STUDENTS, private. In shorthand, bookkeep
ing, common school branches, Latin, Greek,
physics, algebra, etc. V 300, Oregonian.
WANTED TODAY COOKS. SECOND GIRLS,
housekeepers, rreneral housawork girls. St.
J Louis. 230 Yamhill. Phone Black 2SS1.
WOMAN WHO UNDERSTANDS REPAIRING
on gentlemen's clothes. Call early, Unique
laboring uo., v asning'ion st.
WANTED COOK AND WAITRESS AT
Washinsrton Hotel, 100 North Third street.
Good wages. Call early.
WANTED GIRL TO ASSIST AT LIGHT
work In kitchen. Apply at Columbia Hotel,
cor. First and Clay sts.
WANTED GIRL. ABOUT 15 YEARS OLD,
take care of baby; German preferred. Apply
room 2 The Hesperian.
W ANTED EXPERIENCED DINING-ROOM
girl and chambermaid, at once. The Hes
perian, 533 Morrison.
GIRL WANTED FOR GENERAL KOIJSE
work; good cook; wages $20. 15 North Ninth,
WANTED mMPETRVT TATT.rVRTTKK FflH
ladles' garments. 310 Alisky bldg. 3d and1
Yt'ANTED GIRL FOR UPSTAIRS WORK
and to help wait on table. Hotel Rheln, 232
WANTED A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. Apply SE. cor. 10th and Burnside.
WANTED YOUNG GIRL TO ASSIST IN
general housework. Apply 200 North 10th eU
WANTED A GIRL TO DO COOKING; GOOD
wages. Apply at 40 North 17th, cor. Couch.
WANTED A GIRL TO COOK IN SMALL
family; good wages. Apply 040 Flanders.
EXPERIENCED WAITRESSES WANTED A1
Watson's Restaurant; wages SI per day.
GIRL WANTED FOR GENERAL HOUSE
vrork. at 700 Flanders pt.
KELP WANTED MALE OR FEMALE.
MAN OR WOMAN, HIGH PAY. AS SOLICI
tor; only Al need apply. Box 345, Wood
Private and clajrs lessons - given In shorthand
and typewriting; reasonable. P 9, Oregonian.
SITUATION WANTED MALE.
SITUATION WANTED BY SOBER MAN;
one who thoroughly understands care of
horses. Address B 15, care Oregonian.
JAPANESE. GOOD BOY, WANTS SITUA
tlon In family to do general housework. 65
North Third st.
JAPANESE BOY WANTS TO DO COOKING
In a small family. R 17, care Oregonian.
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE.
COMPETENT DRESSMAKER WOULD LIKE
tewing by day; wages $1.50 per day. 10
Union ave. north.
SITUATION WANTED BY SWEDISH GIRL
for general housework. 492 Starr street.
WANTED-rBY SWEDISH GIRL, A PLACE
to do general housework. 1C2 East First
WANTED POSITION AS HOUSEKEEPER,
by refined j'oung woman, under 30; good refer
ence. Addresb J 10, Oregonian.
POSITION WANTED BY WIDOW LADY,
as housekeeper In respectable lodging-house.
Address J 15, care Oregonian.
SITUATION WANTED AS HOUSEKEEPER.
20J Fllrst St., room 17.
SITUATION WANTED BY COMPETENT
girl, as waitress, restaurant. St. Louis, 2J0
Yamhill. Phone Black 2SS1.
A YOUNG LADY WOULD LIKE TO TAKE
charge of a booth during the carnival. P lii,
caie Oregonian. ,
WAN TED AGENTS.
$3.00 TO $5.00 PER DAY EASILY MADE
for the next 90 days sellinir an attractive
line of holiday goods. For full particulars
send name and address to Albert Despre3,
Star building. Chicago. 111.
AGENTS LADIES OR GENTLEMEN; TO
take orders for something needed In every
house; quick sellers, good pay. Apply 400
WANTED TO RENT.
WANTED BY RELIABLE PARTY. 5 OR 0
room cottage; must be centrally located. Ad
diess. siatir-g price. F. W.. care Oregonian.
WANTED, BY A PARTY OF THREE FOUR
rooms, furnished, uuitable for housekeeping.
Address Q 10, care Oregonian
WANTED TO RENT 5-ROOM COTTAGE:
good price for right place; no children. X
17, care Oregonian.
5000 DOLLARS' WORTH OF SECOND-HAND
furniture wanted; highest cash price paid.
Ford. 214 First st. Oregon phono Norui
104C. Columbia 255.
WE CAN XNVEST A LIMITED AMOUNT OF
capital and guarantee b per cent interest.
The Ames Mercantile 'Agency, 205 Ablngton
WANTED TEAM OR TEAM, HARNESS AND
-wagon, for light farm work; must be sound
and cheap. Pacific Stables, Fiont and Sal
mon. HloHEST PRICES l'AUl KOU MEN'S CAol
ofl clothing and shoes. 02 North 3d. Peon
Hcoa 617. Order i.rompily ttte.nded to.
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR STRICTLY,
fresh eggs and young chickens.' Kruss'u grj.i.
room. U72 Stark street.
WANTED CHILDREN TO BOARD, REA
sonable; every attention; best of , care? refer
ences. 249 Sixth st.
WANTED SECOND - HAND ROLL - TOP
desk; state price and where can be seen. T
17. care Oregonian.
WANTED TO RENT A WELL-IMPROVED
farm. Address to 450. East Grant st, Portland,
Etccnd-hanti furniture, stoves, rtc. Kutnec .v
Co.. 32 N. Tlil-d. Orejson pnone Clay 680.
WANTED-TO PURCHASE A GOOD DRIY
ing horse. 741 Johnson St.
A WALL SHOW CASE, ABOUT 4x5 FEET.
Aaoress y. a. box 53
THE SPALDING, B. E. COR. PARK AND
Alder sis., under the management of th
owner, Helen F. Spalding Tha most complete
apartment-hcuse la the Northwest; choice
rooms, for gentlemen or gentleman and wife;
furnished housekeeping suites a specialty.
PORTLAND WOMEN'S UNION; 14TH YEAR;
rooms, with board; use of aswing-room; use
of library; Woman's Exchange; Industrial
School. Address Mrs. C. E. George, Super
intendent, 510 Flanders st.
THE PLEASANTON, 2SS THIRD ST. F1NB
furnished rooms, en suite, single or house
keeping; sunlight in all rooms; bath Included.
Most reasonable terms. Transient solicited.
THE NEWCASTLE, S. E. COR. THIRD AND
Harrison sts Rooms, furnished or unfur
nished; all modern conveniences; references.
ELEGANTLY AND NEWLY FURNISHED
rooms, or unfurnished. In new brick; tran
sient trade solicited; bath, phone. 300 1st.
FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED HOUSE
kceping rooms; also single rooms suitable for
one or two gentlemen. 270 Columbia at.
OCCIDENTAL HOTEL, MORRISON AND
First Housekeeping rooms; also central house
for rent; part furniture for sale.
188 14TH, BETWEEN YAMHILL AND TAY
lor Alcove room, newly furnished; private
family: suitable for two.
FURNISHED; TWO SUITES OR THREE
slugie rooms; all conveniences. 028 Fourth
st. Telephone Front 182.
NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS; "ALL MOD
ern conveniences: especially desirable for
gentlemen. 414 Yamhill.
THE STEVENS. '"T2G ALDER FURNISHED
and unfurnished Zooms; modern conveniences;
no children: references.
NEWLYVURNISHED FRONT ROOM; SUIT
able for two; also one smaller room; no chil
dren. 2G9 Columbia.
LARGE UNFURNISHED ROOM, WITH AL
cove and bath; no children. 107 North 17th
Furnished rooms. ?1 wee and up: also house
keeping rms. Tremont House. 7th A Everett.
Cosmos. 2BS Morrison $1 per day; rates rea
sonable by month; ahio housekeeping ult3.
MANHATTAN COURT; NEW BRICK BUILD
11 Ing, steam heat new furniture. .111 Stark.
THE BONITA, 89 7JH, NEAR LIBRARY
Furnished rooms; breakfast served If wished.
Elegantly furnifhed rooms, en suit"1 and single;
transient solicited. The Ross. 211 First.
Rooms "With Board.
BEST ROOMS AND BOARD IN CITY AT
reasonable rates; only first-class people; good
cooking and excellent service; everything up
to date. The Vcndome. 13th and Alder.
THE COLONIAL, 105 10TH ST. A SELECT
family hotel; desirable parties can be accom
modated with furnished rooms, single or en
suite; table and servlco first class..
LARGE, SUNNY FRONT ROOM, UPSTAIRS;
other desirable rooms, furnished or unfur
nished; references. 501 Yamhill st.
BOARD AND ROOMS, SINGLE AND EN
buitc; private bath; references required. 343
ROOMS. WITH OR WITHOUT BOARD; MOD
ern conveniences. 350 MadiFon. cor. Park.
2 NICELY FURNISHED PARLOR ROOMS,
with beard: home cooking. 394 Yamhill.
ROOMS. EN SUITE OR SINGLE: HOT AND
coid water: with board. 225 11th st.
ROOMS, WITH OR WITHOUT BOARD. C35
Fianders, between 20th and 21st.
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS, UNFURNISHED.
108 Union avenue, corner E. Alder. TiiiB
house has changed hands, been thoroughly
renovated; now first class In every respect.
UNFURNISHED FLAT OF 3 ROOMS; BATH
and toilet on. same floor; best location aid
central. Call morninrs after Sunday; refer
ences. GO North 14th st.
72 SEVENTH, NEAR OAK LARGE SUITE
furnished housekeeping rooms, first floor;
bath, phone; private family.
4 FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS,
with bath; one block south of Portland Hotel.
195 Sixth st., second floor.
hfi FURNISHED- HOUSEKEEPING -ROOMS;
c'oscts, pantry and sink; no children. 09
FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS;
private family;' no children, 92 17th, cor.
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS, SUITES AND
single; transient; brick block. 230 Russell
SfO PER MONTH. 0-ROOM HOUSE, BATH
room, pantry and basement; yard, fruit trees
and flowers. Inquire 184 Sherman st. Phone
FOR RENT NEW, MODERN 0-ROOM
house; few blocks from steel bridge. Call at
235 Broadway, or phone White 511, Scott 724.
FOR RENT A FIRST - CLASS MODERN
house, eisht blocks from steel bridge; rent
reasonable. 250 Dixon st.
MQDERN 8-ROOM HOUSE. FURNISHED OR
unfurnished, or will sell furniture; rent rea
sonable. For particulars, apply at 187 12th
street. Oregon phone West GJ4.
$S PER MONTH: 3-ROOM FLAT. WOOD
shed, furnished for housekeeping; free water
and telephone. 634 Seventh, near Sheridan.
Phone Front 291.
$10 PER MONTH FOR 5-ROOM COTTAGE,
furnished complete for housekeeping. In
quire at 184 Sherman. Phone Front 144.
5-ROOM FURNISHED COTTAGE FOR RENT.
W. G. Beck, 321 Morrison,
FURNISHED HOUSE FOR RENT. 520 EAST
House for Rent, Fnrnltnre for Snle.
HOUSE FOR RENT, FURNITURE FOR
sale; furniture of an S-rqom house for sale,
veiy reasonable. Inquire 00 Seventh St., near
ELECTRIC PARLORS, 193 FIRST STREET,
treats scalp disease and guarantees to restore
gray hair to natural color without dye; re
moves wrinkles, blemishes from face; aUo re
moves superfluous holr from face without
pain; enlarging busts a specialty. Oregon
phone West 135.
"OUNCE OF PREVENTION" WILL PRO
tect you fiom contracting Venereal disease.
Is this not better than paying $50 for a
cure? Send 50 onts for a box or write tur
further particulars. H. Newsome, 0 O'Far
rell St., San Francisco.
MANLY VIGOIt RESTORED BY DK. KUli
erts" Nervo Globules. One month's treat
ment. Jf2: 3 months, $5. Sent ecurely sealed
by mall. Agents. Woodard & Clark, Port
Face and scalp specialist, electrolysis, massase
and beauty science taught; treatments given;
results guaranteed; reference and frse advice.
Oriental Beauty Parlors, 312 Washington st.
DARLING SANITARIUM. MT. TABOR, PRX
vate: women's diseases, confinement; cout.try
capes solicited; terms moderate. Address Dr.
Darling, Mngr.. Cambridge bldg.. Portland.
"Sweet Sllenee," "Scarlet Sin." ''Gilded Vice."
"Dangerous Delights," "Camllle." "Maria
Monk," "Darkest Chicago," "His Fatal
Wager." 50c each. Schmale, 229 1st.
YOl'U PRESCRIPTIONS ARE MORE Ac
curate and reasonably filled at Eyssell'
Pharmacy. 227 Morrison st,, bet. 1st and 2d.
A e print jour n,tm on 3i vallfi't; caula. .pruj.
r size and style. 25c: 25Q business o.irds. $1.
Brown & Schmale, 229 First. Portland. Or.
ANY old ikln will do for others, but uwanta
satin skin: therefore Uhe exquisite Satin-Skin
Cream and Powder. 25c. Meier & Frank's.
Union Hat Factory; hats cleaned, dyed, blocked
and retrimmed; only practical union hatters
In Portland, 208 Stark. Phone Red 2048.
DR. LAMOTTE'S FRENCH CORN PAINT.
The best corn cure. 25 cents. Al druggists'.
WATCHES. DIAMONDS: EASY PAYMENTS
Open Sat. evenings. W. H. Lesh, 513 Dekum.
FURS REMODELED' AT HALF PRICE. G.
Konigsberg. cor. 1st and Taylor. Furs bought.
ONE-MINUTE TOOTHACHE DROPS. CURE
instantly, 10 and 25 cents. AH druorglits.
MRS. DR. McCOY. 145 6th St., bet. Morrison
and Alder; electric treatment. Rooms 24-23.
Mrs. C. Tone. 300 Alder; all kinds human
hair; switches and hair chains specialty.
NEV YORK MERCANTILE CO.. 205 THIRD.
i Dress trimmings and braids at cost.
WITTER MEDICAL WATER IS ESPECIAL
ly effective in all diseases of stomach. Hver.
kidneys and bladder. Noted for its certain
and permanent cures of all skin and blood
disorders. It is bottled In Its natural state
at the spring In Lake Co., Cal. For sale by
Woodard, Clarke & Co. and F. J. Hellen &
77 WOMEN WANTED SUFFERING FROM
Irregular, painful or stoppages, leucorrhoea
(whites) and all diseases of women, old or
young, cured by old Dr. Kessler, 230 Yam
hill St., Portland, Or. Private waiting-room
for ladles. Consultation free. Call or write.
Inclose 10 2-cent stamps.
DRESS SUITS FOR RENTi ALL SIZES
$1 a month keeps your clothing cleaned and
pressed, buttons sewed on and rips sewed up.
Prompt calls and deliveries. Unique Tailor
ing Co.. 347 Washington, opposite Cordray'.
LOANS MADE TO SALARIED PEOPLE
holding permanent positions with responsible
firms, upon their own names; easy payments;
strictly confidential. New Era Loan & Trust
Co., room 200 Abington building. Office hours
10 to 4.
LOANS WITHOUT PUBLICITY ON REAt.
or chattel mortgages, personal or salary b
curity, at low rates. C. W. Fallen. 243 Com
mercial block. Tel. Grant 850.
LOANS ON FURNITURE. PIANOS AND
other securities; lowest rates. S. W. King,
room 45 Washington bldg. Phot:e Hood 413.
LOANS IN SUMS FROM $5 TO $500; ON ALL
classes of security. R. 1. Eckerson & Co..
room 5 Washington bldg. Phone Clay SS3.
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST RATES; Nj
commission, and at struct of title furnished.
Portland Abstract Co.. 002 Commercial blk.
$5 AND UP. IN SUMS TO SUIT, ON ALL
kinds of becurity, W. A. Hathaway, room iu
Washington building. Phone Hood 413.
LOANS ON MINING STOCK, FURNITURE,
pianos and other securities. 123 Third St.,
C. H. Thompson's Cut-Rate Ticket Otllce.
MONEY TO LOAN. 0 AND 7 PEP. CENT. U.N
city property and iraprovpd Valley farms.
W. A. Shaw &. Co.. 243 Stark Bt.
$200,000 TO LOAN AT 5. C, 7 PER CENT
Cliy and suburban property for sale and rwnt.
Wm. G. Beck. 321 Morrison st.
LOANS ON UNIMPROVED SUBURBAN
property and all other good necurltlea. W. H
Nunn, 552 Sherlock building.
?ti000 TO LOAN AT SPECIAL RATE OF IN
terest on improved property, three or llvj
years. T 19, caro Oregonian.
LIFE INSURANCE POLICIES BOUGHT FOR
cash or loaned on at low rates. I. L. Whits,
room 225. Sherlock bldg.
MONEY TO LOAN ON ALL KINDS OF SE
curlty. Wm. Holl. room ! jshlnton li,og
State funds loaned (5 per cent. W. E. Thoraa.
state agt. for Mult. Co., 400 Cham, of Com.
LOANS on chattels, salaries, etc.. low rate
See us first, Mnnn X- Co . C,m Dokitm hide
FOR SALE A GOOD-PAYING GROCERY:
and coffee specialty store; good location,
cheap rent, lease; require $18'J0 capital;
a rare bargain for the right man; good ica
son for selllnc. Address W 17, care Orsgo
nian. FIRST-CLASS FAMILY BOARDING-HOUSE
for sale or exchange; receipts $1000 to $1200
per month; retiring account of health. C 9,
OPPORTUNITY TO, ENGAGE IN THOH
oughly established and profitable business en
terprises in this city; reliable Information
furnished parties seeking locations Ames
Mercantile Agency. 205 Abington bldg.
A SNAP CIGAR. TOBACCO, CONFECTION
ery and fruit store; will pay for itself
through fair month; must sell; other busi
ness calls my attention. Call at 500 Wash
FOR SALE PHOTO STUDIO IN CITY OF
4000; paying $100 per month; $000 cash; this
is a bargain which will bear inspection.
Address L 10, care pregonlan.
For sale or Tent Tremont Hous"e Restaurant,
7th and Everett: also Ea3tcrn Restaurant,
170 Third; both nicely furnished; low rent.
FOR SALE "KANDY KITCHEN"; LOCA
tion good; investment for candymaker. Par
ticulars, address box ICO, Hoquiam, Wash.
FOR SALE CIGAR, ICE CREAM, CONFEC
tionery, with living rooms; cheap. If sold
immediately. 494 GHsan, v
FOR SALE 14 - ROOM LODGING-HOUSE.
Inquire between 2 and 4 P. M.,.351 Stark
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST WHILE DRIVING, A LADY'S BLACK
Jacket, with name of "I. D. Boyer" on col
lar; probably on Hawthorne ave. or East
Taylor st, though possibly on the West Side.
Finder please return to Mrs. H. W. Corbett,
and receive reward.
LOST-LAST FRIDAY' EVENING. AT PAR-
sons' Hall, or St. Clair street, or Washing
ton above 19th, a pale yellow cut stone, un
mounted. Suitable reward will be paid on re
turn to room 424, Chamber of Commerce.
LOST A PURSE, WITH SILVER IN IT,
Saturday night, between Yamhill and Jef
ferson sts.; worklnsr girl. Please return to
309 Fifth st., and receive reward.
LOST A CHATELAINE BAG, CONTAINING
purse with about ?2, between Seventh and
-Washington and Goodnough. Return to room
312 Goodnough. Reward.
LOST AT PORTLAND UNIVERSITY. SEPT.
1, pair gold-rimmed eye glajses, with chain.
Finder please return -to McGinn's bakery, and
FRENCH BARK NANTES, CAPTAIN RIC
ordel, froni Nagasaki Neither the captain
nor the undersigned consignees of the aboe
named vessel will be responsible for any
debts that may be contracted by the crew.
Taylor, Young & Co., Agents, Portland, Or.,
Sept. 7, lOvl.
PROPOSALS FOR THREE (3) BRICK
buildings and extension of electric llgnt and
btsam-heating systems. Department of the
Interior, Ofllce of Inalan Affairs, Washington,
D. C, August 24, 1U01. Sealed proposals, In
dorsed "Proposals for Improvements, Sa
lem," and addressed to the Commissioner
of Indian Affairs, Washington, D. C, will
be received at the Indian Office until 2
o'clock P. M. of Thursday, September 20,
1C01, for furnishing and delivering the nec
essary materials and lubor requlrtd to con
struct at the Indian School. Cnemawa, Ore
gon, one (1) dormitory, one (1) industrial
building and one U) laundry tall of brick,
with plumbing), and an extenalon of the elec
tric light and steam-heating systems in strict
accordance with the plans, specifications and
instructions to bidders, which may be exam
ined at thib office, tha ofllce3 of 'the Oregon
siatciman, baiem, or.; The Morning Ore
gonian, Portland, Or.; the Chronicle, San
Francisco, Cal.; the Times-Herald, Chicago,
HI.; the Builders' and Traders' Exchange,
Omaha, Neb.; the Builders' and Traders' Ex
change, Milwaukee, WJs.; the Northwestern
Manufacturers' Association, St. Paul, Minn.;
the United States Indian Warehouses, ut did
Howard st.. Omaha, Neb.; 235 Johnson si.,
Chicago, HI., and 77 Wooster St., New Y'ork.
N. Y.. and at the school. For further in
formation, apply to Thomas W, Potter, Su
perintendent Indian School, Chemawa, Or.
W. A. Jones, Commissioner.
PROPOSALS FOP- CEMENT SIDEWALKS
County Court of Multnomah County, Port
land, Or. Sealed proposals will be received
at the offlee of the Clerk of the County
Com t until 4 o'clock P, M., Friday, Septem
ber 20, 1001, for the. construction of cement
sidewalks, full width, in front of the follow
ing described property belonging to Multno
mah County: Courthouse blqck,' between Sal
mon and Main strtots (Fourth street and
Fifth street sides only). Including the curb
ing on the Fifth street side, as provided by
section 14 of ordinance No. 9283, of the. City
of Portland. Armory block, between Tenth
and Eleventh streets. Couch and Davl3 streets
(all of block) Including the curbing, as per
specifications on file. Provision to be mado
for such wagon roadway entrances as are
now required, AH proposals must be accom
panied oy a certified cneck to the amount of
10 per cent of the bid. And the successful
bidder will be required to promptly execute
i formal contract, to bo approved by the
District Attorney of this county, and also to
execute and deliver to the Clerk of the Coun
ty Court a good and sufficient, bond in double
the amountof contract price for the faithful
performance of such contract. The County
Court reserves the right to reject any and
all bids. W. M. Cake, County Judge; J. G.
Mack, Wm. Showers, Commissioners,. H. H.
Holmes, Clerk. September 8, 1001.
PROPOSALS FOR SUBSISTENCE SUPPLIES
Office Purchasing Commissary, San Francis
co, Cal., August 21, 1001. Sealed proposals
for furnishing and delivering of such quan
tities of subsistence supplies, delivered at
such wharf or, wharves or such warehouses
In Sa,n Francisco, Cal., as per circular to ba
seen at this office, will be received, heie until
11 o'clock A. M., Tuesday, September 10,
1901, and opened Immediately thereafter, In
presence of bidders. Specifications, general
instructions to bidders and blank forms of
proposals will be furnished to established
dealers on application to W. H. BALDWIN,
Major and C, S., U. S. Army, Purchasing
PROPOSALS FOR HAY AND OATS, DEPOT
Quartermaster's office, 30 New Montgomery
street, San Francisco, Cal., Septemoer 7,
1901 Sealed nroposala, In triplicate, will ba
received at this office until lo o'clock A. M.
Tuesday, September 17, 19ol, Pacific standard
time, and then opened, for furnishing hay
and oats. Proposals for less quantities than
advertised for will be entertained. Bidders
must state In their proposals the rate and
time of delivery should contract be awarded
to them, and that no proposition should be
made which they are not positive that they
can absolutely fulfill. Preference will be
given to articles of domestic production and
manufacture, conditions of price and quality
being equal (Including in the price of foreign
production and manufacture the duty there
on), and such preference will be given to
articles of American production and manufac
ture produced on the Pacific Coast, to the
extent of the consumption requiied by the
public service there. The United States re
serves the right to accept or reject any or all
proposals or any part thereof. Information
and blanks for proposaT5-will be furnished en
application. Envelopes containing proposals
will bo indorsed "Proposals "No. 818S," and
addressed to Major Oscar F. Long, Quarter
master, U. S. Army. Depot Quartermaster.
COUNTY COURT, MULTNOMAH COUNTY.
Portland, Oregon Sealed bids for the con
struction of a pile-bent bridge across slougn
on County road No. 07, In section 17, T. 1 N..
R. 2 E Multnomah County, as per specin
"atlons prepared by the County Surveyor,
now on file, and to bo 3cen at the office of
the Clerk of the County Court, at the Court
house, in Portland, Or., will bo received at
the office of said Clerk until 10 o'clock A. M.,
Friday, September 20, 1901. The successful
bidder wJH be required to promptly execute a
formal contract, to be approved by the Dis
trict Attorney of this county, and also to
execute and deliver to the Clerk of the County
Court a good and sufficient bond in total the
amount of contract price for the faithful per
formance of such contract. All bids must be
accompanied by a certified check in tha
amount of 10 per cent of the bid. Price, fit
ness and quality being equal, home products
preferred. The County Court reaerves tha
right to reject any and ail bids. W. M.
Cake, County Judge; J. G. Mack, Wm. Show
ers County Commissioners. H., H. Holmes,
Clerk, Sept. 8, 10i)l.
PROPOSALS FOR FIR AND SLAB WOOD
Sealed proposals will be received at the of
fice of the Clerk of the County Court of
Multnomah County until September 18. 1001,
at 10 A. M., for furnishing flr coidwood (first
growth) for the County Courthouse, County
Jall and Burnside-street Bridge, and slab
wood for Alblna ferry.
The successful bidder will be required to
promptly 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 falthiul pesrtormance of
All bids must be accompanied by a certi
fied check in the amount of 10 per cent of
The County Court reserves the right to re
ject any and a'.l bids.
By order of the County Court.
H. H. HOLMES. Clerk.
September IS, 1001.
SALE OF STOCK OF A. H. BLACK -fc COM
pany. Bankrupts The undersigned trustee of
the estate of A. H. Black A Co., bankrupts,
will receive stal?U b.ds for the entire sto:k
and fixtures of the 3tore of A. H. Black &
Co., situated at Myrtle Point, Coos County,
Oir.gon, up to the nour of 10 o'clock A. -VI.
of the Kith day of Ssptembsr, 1901. Terms
of sale cash; sale subject to approval by tha
court. Right Is reserved to reject any and
all bids. Invuntory of stock and fixtures
may be seen at the office of Alex. Sweek,
referee In bankruptcy, Portland, Oregon, or
at the store of A. H. Black & Co., at Myrtle
Point, Coos County. Oregon, or at the" office
of Board of Trada, San Fiancisco. California.
All bids must be addressed to the under
signed at ofllce of Alex. Sweek, referee In
bankruptcy, Portland, Oregon, and each bid
must be accompanied by 10 per cent of the
amount of the bid in cash or certified check.
C. F. McCOLLUM, Trustoe A. H. Black &
PROPOSALS FOR HAY AND OATS QUAR
termaster's Office, Seattle, Wash., Spt. C.
1901. Sealed proposals. In duplicate, will be
received here until 10 o'clock A. M., Tues
day, Sept. 17, 1901, for the delivery at Ta
coma and Seatr.le, Wash., by October 10,
1001, of the whole or any part of twenty
five hundred (2500) tons double-compressed
baled timothy hay and four thousand (4000)
tons single-sacked oat3. Right la reserved
to accept or reject any or all bids or parts
of same. Sample of at least three pounds of
oats offered must accompany bid. For fur
ther Information apply here. Mark envelopes
containing proposals "Bids for hay and
oats," and address to MAJOR GEORGE
RUHLEN, Quartermaster, U. S. Army.
PROPOSALS FOR FLOATING THE BRITISH
Bark Baroda Sealed tenders are invited to
float the British steel bark Baroda, as she
now lies on the beach about 0 miles from
Bttndon, Or., on the "no cure, no pay," prin
ciple. Salvors assumins all risk- and ex
penses in consideration of a percentage of the
recovered value of the vessel if floated and
placed at a safe anchorage. The lowest and
any tender not necessarily accepted. Address
proposals on or before Sept. 12 to MessT3.
Catton, Bell & Cdf, Agents, San Francisco,
Cal., In care of Messrs. Catton, Bell & Co..
Sherlock building, Portland, Or.
U. S. ENGINEER OFFICE. PORTLAND, OR.,
September 9. 1901 Sealed proposals for con
structing and delivering two model barges
and two scow barges will be rocelved here un
til 11 A. M.. October 9, 1901, and then pub
licly opened. Information on application. W.
C. Langfltt, Captain, Engineers.
STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING NOTICE IS
hereby given that the annual meeting of tlw
stockholders of the Portland General Electric
Company will be held at the principal office
of the company, 329 Alder st., Portland, Or.,
op Tuesday, September 17, 1901, at the hour
pf 2 o'clock P. M., for the purpose of elect
ing a Board of Directors fpr the ensuing
year, and the transaction of such other busi
ness as may properly come before the meet
ing. Thlq notice Is published In accordance
with the by-laws of the company. Charles
H. Caufleld, Secretary Portland General Elec
tric Company. Portland. Or., Sept. 5, 1901,
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING.
The annual meeting of the stockholders of
tho Mountain Lion Gold Mining Company,
for (he election of a board of directors for
the ensuing year, and for the transaction of
such other business as may regularly come
before them, will be held at the office of tha
company, room 707 Chamber of Commerce
building, Portland. Or., on September 11,
1001, at 11 o'clock A. M. I. M. Ameson.
Assistant Secretary Mountain Lion Gold Min
ing Company. Portland, Or., August 19,
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE NOTICE IS HERH
by given that all persons having claims
against the estate of Rosa Bluhm. deceased,
are required to present the same to the un
dersigned, executor of said estate, with the
proper vouchers, at his residence, at Monta
villa. Or., within six months.
Dated July 11. 1001.
Executor of Said Estate.
PEARCY & MENDENHALL. Attorneys.
NEITHER THE OWNERS. AGENT OR MAS
ter of tho British steamship Knight Com
panion will be responsible for any debts or
debt contracted by any member of the crew
Of the said steamer. C. FROGGETT, Master.
MISS O. GOULD, 801 MARQUAM BLDG.;
accordion and knife plaiting and pinking.
Miss Annie Mattingly's-Private Frobel Kinder
garten, 209 Hth and Jefferson. Phone W. 1353A
Accountant nnd Anrtitor.
OLIVER P. McFALL open? books, keeps ac
counts and audits books and statements of
account. 410 Falling bldg. Tel. Clay 132.
George T. Murton, 313 Cham, of Com. Phon
Brown 450. Accounts examined: books kept
Ananyerx nnd Aunlynta.
THE MONTANA METALLURGICAL WORKS,
with its assay oftlcs and chemical labora
tory, have moved from 02 to 100 First st,
J. H. FISK. MINERAL ASSAYER AND
chemist: gold dust bought. 204 Washington.
PAUL BAUMEL. ASSAYER AND ANALYST:
gold dust bought. 228 Stark st.
NIXON & DOLPH. GENERAL PRACTITION
ers, Notaries Public, 502 Commercial build
lnr. Second and Washington.
TOYOKUNI CO., WHOLESALE AND RE
tail. 254 Morrison. Factory 287 Third st.
THE SAN TOO CO.. WHOLESALE AND RE
tall mattings, baskets, etc. 124 5th st.
Splint baskets, grape baskets specialty. Oregon
Basket Factory. S. J. Mlckley, 31 N. First st.
PHILIP G, EASTWICK. CIVIL. MINING
and hydraulic engineer, 656 Worcester block.
OREGON FUEL CO.. DEALERS IN, ALL
kinds coal and wood. 344 Morris ob.
J. K. GILL & CO. WHOLESALE AND RE
tall booksellers and stationers. 133-35 3d st.
SCHOOLBOOKS BOUGHT AND SOLD AT
the Old Book Store, 220 Yamhill st.
Carpenters nnd Builder.
JOHN A. MELTON. CARPENTER AND
builder, 307 Stark st.; office and store fixtures
built and remodeled, altering and repairing
houses. Phone Main 747.
Gecrge W. Gordon, counters, office fixtures, fly
screens. Third and Salmon. Tel. Black 1902
Chiropodists and Mcnlcuilng.
WM. DEVENY & ESTELLE DEVENY, THE
only scientific chiropodists, parlors 3ol AlUky
building. Third and Morrison. Oregon phon
Grant 10. This Is the long-haired gentleman.
Ho Is the man you are looking for-
Mmc. Dr. Herzog, from Berlin, scientific re
vealer; tells entire life, past, present and fu
ture; consultation on all affairs, nothing ex
cepted; names given: good advice; sute help;
mistake impossible; Imports genuine gypsy
love powder. Fee. 51: Ii-tter. ?2. :i3 Alder.
VULCAN COAL CO.. dealers In bou.-e. steam
and blacksmith coals. Also foundry coica.
Front st.. near Gllsan. Ore. tel. Red 1700-
HERMANN METZGElt. PURCHASER F
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 BUOKEKS
and commission merchants. Sherlock bldg..
ALLEN & LEWIS. COMMISSION AND PRO
duce merchants. Front & D sts., Portland. Or.
GALVANIZED IRON CORNICES. ROOFING.
Royal furnaces. Tllton & Gerspach. 20C 4th.
METAL SKYLIGHTS. GALVANIZED IRON
cornices. J. C. Bayer. 203 Second st.
MISSES M TTINGLY. ACADEMY OF DANC
Ing. 209 South 14th. Class or private lessons.
Dyelns nnd Ocnnlnt?.
H. W. TURNER, professional dyer and clean
er. 301 17th. cor. Columbia. Tel. Red 131.
THE MISSES RODNEY. LATE PRINCIPALS
of St. Helen's Hall, prlvata and class les
sons. English branches, literature, languages,
vocal and Instrumental music. 713 Gllsan ut.
Vander NalUen Engineering School. 113 Fuitt-n
st.. San Fran. Ask for catalogue. Estb. 1804.
Western Electric Works: house wiring. b-ll-work,
repairs, motors, dynamos. 305V.1 Wa.-ih.
GOLD. SILVER. COPPER. NICKEL. ETC.
Peninsular Plating Works, 292 Washington.
Fence nnd Wire Works.
OLD EAST POH.TLAND FENCE AND WIRE
Works. A. Carbon. 2S9 East Morrison st.
Order of Washington, foremost fraternal so
ciety of N. W.: protects the living. J. L.
Mitchell. Sup. Sec'y. C12-G15 Marquam bldg.
Furniture nnd Upholstery.
Everything to furnish a home At wholesale
house; lowest prices. Hoeber. 209 4th.
Hair Dresslnsr nnd Manicuring.
PARIS HAIR STORE. 303 WASH. ST.. UP-to-date
hairdressers, wigs and toupees for
ladles and gents; switches from $1 up.
ROSENTHAL SISTERS. 100 3TH. SWITCHES
a. specialty; hair dressing, manicuring.
Harness and Saddles.
THE BREYMAN LEATHER CO.. WHOLE
sale saddh and harness manufacturers, sad
dlery hardware, findings and shoo stora sup
plies; leather of all kinds. 73 Front at.
THE GEORGE LAWRENCE CO.. WHOLE
sale saddlers and harness manufacturers,
leather and saddlery hardware 72 Front st.
CHARLES L. MASTICK & CO. (INC.). 75
Front street. Portland Cash buyers of hides,
pelt and tallow.
HAMBURG-BREMEN FIRE INS. CO.. 102
First st.; Boyd & Arnold. General Agents.
THE K. N. K1RIYAMA CO., WHOLESALE
and retail, bamboo furniture, 311 Morrison st.
Jnnk. Rides nnd Pelts.
L. Shnnk & Co. pay highest prices for old
rubber, metals, bottles, iron, rags, hides,
pelts and tallow. 312 Front. Tel. South 001.
J. A. Reld, mfr- boot and shoe uppers; full
stock shoemakers' supplies. 207 Wash. st.
Mu rule and Cranito Works.
PORTLAND MARBLE WORKS, marble, gran
ite and stone work. Schanen & Neu, 208 Is;.
Pacific Laundry Co., 1st and Arthur; first-class
work: moderate prices. Both phones 649.
MASSAGE PARLORS, 351& MORRISON
changed hands; lady from Los Angeles will
give steam baths, salt glow and all latest
methods of treatment; very select. Room 14.
LILA BROWN. PARLORS FOR MAGNETIC
or electric treatments, at 2G8t Morrison at.
Treatments at your homes, if desired. Phona
131 FOURTH ST., THE SNOWDEN BATH
rooms; tub and vapor baths, with massage.
Phone Red 421,
SELECT MASSAGE; lady from S. F.; massage.
magnetic treatments. Raleigh bldg., room 20.
DR. PAUL CROMWELL, COLORED SPE
clalhvt. now offers medicine from $2.50-$10
per week, for a short time only. This old
doctor has medicine for every disease of the
body. Come and get examined. If only to
hear what alls you. He tells you all about
yourself, not you him. Private diseases of
men and women cured. Also sexual powers
restored. Does not except any who have not
been operated on. Also all chronic sickness
cured. 347 Front st.
LADIES! CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH PEN
nyroyal Pills are the be3t. Sale, reliable.
Take no other. Send 4c. stamps, for par
ticulars. "Relief for Ladles," In letter by
return mall. Ask your druggist. Chichester
Chemical Co,. Phllada.. Pa.
HOMER DE MORRISON. OCCULT WONDER
and psychic palmist, can be consulted daily
on all affairs of life; medium of the highest
order of ability and practical work In mat
ters of love, business, speculation. Invest
ments, matrimony, evil influences, lucky
days, etc.: reunites the separated, tells IC
there Is mineral, oil or gas under your land:
enables 'you to win the affection of one you
"dcslra; what business you are best adapted.
Homer de Morrison located by vision the
gold stolen from the Selby Smelting Works.
California, Auj. 7. On behalf of occult sci
ence he Immediately communicated by letter
the facts to Mr. A. J. Ralston, president. Tho
report received August 10 proves his state
ments correct. (Portland Oregonian. Aug.
10, 1901.) Reported answer received: "Selby
Smelting & Lead Company, 416 Montgomery
St.. San Francisco, Cal. Dr. Homer de Mor
rison, Occult Scientist. 323 Washington St..
Pqrtland, Or. Dear Sir: Y'our letter of tha
7th at hand. Y'our vision found correct In
every detail. We found the gold in shape or
condition referred to In your letter. It is
very gratifying, and we are sure that you
will rejolee with us In the result. The thief
is in Jail, and the larger portion of the bul
lion recovered. If you come to California
we would b; pleased to meet you and give
you our gratification. With assurance of our
best wishes, we are, yours very truly, A. J.
Ralston. Pre3." This Is only one of the re
markable feats done by Homer de Morrison.
All business secret and confidential. Office
hours. 9 A. M. to 0 P. M. dally. 323 Wash
ington St., rooms 23-16, Portland. Or. Feo
within the reach of alL All letters answered.
Ottumwa mining hoists, dynamos, motors, saw
mills, etc. Tatum & Bowen. 29-35 Flrr st.
ainnlcnrinK nnd Scalp Trentmcnt.n.
ELECTRICAL SCALP MASSAGE FREE
with each shampoo. All scalp diseases, dan
druff, etc.. permanently cured. Manicuring.
Mrs. F. J. Lynch, parlor 33 Washington
bulldlns. Phone South 1001.
Whlto bronze monuments. Send postal; nrill
call. C. R. Donaell. Agent. 204 Stark su
INSTRUCTOR OF PIANO. STRING ANE
wind Instruments, harmony. Prof. E. A
Smith. 254 12th st. Phone Brown .
Music Studio. 260 14th and Jefferson ; Piano &
"Violin. Special attention giwsn beginners.
Orepron Vlavl Co.
LEWIS BLDG.. PARK AND MORRISON ST3.
Snd for Health Book. Consultation fre.
Dr R. B. Northrup. specialist in nervous and
chronic diseases suite 410 Dekum bMjj.. 3a
and Wash. Examinations free. TtL Main 340.
LARSEN. the palmist, occult student, reads
when leadlns events In life tak place; past
and future : readings 50c. 216 Alisky bldg
MRS. DREYFUS. PALMIST AND CARD
reading. 30c. $1. 211 First at., rooms 0-7
GEISLER PATENTS CO.. CHAM. OF COM.
We secure and market patents for Invention.
WM. PREHN. SHOP CORNER E. WATER
LADD'S JEFFERSON-ST. CANY'ON FARM 13
open to receive stock. F. A. Miller. Supc.
J. B. PALMER. CALLERY. 252 ALDER.
Stamp photos; enlargements; kodak flrtidhing.
SPECIAL CARNIVAL QFFER-50C ORAL
delineations for 25c Prof. Griffith. Phrenol
ogist. lSlte 1st st.
Physicians and Snrgeoua.
DK. CORA a TALBOT. SPECIALIST; 13
years' experience In diseases of women; latest-improved
method In the treatment of a 1
female troubles; patients treated successfully
o mall. Offlee lbl First at.
DR. JAMES DICKSON. SPECIALIST IN KID
ney and skin diseases. Odd Fellows' Temple.
SPANISH RESTAUItANT. 200 DAVIS. ORE
goa phone Clay 812. Genuine chicken tamales.
SAFES. JAILS. BURGLAR-PROOF SAFES,
both new and second-hand. Lockouts opened
and general repairs. J. E. Davis. tiC Third.
Showcases and Store Fixtures.
R. LUTKE & CO.. SUCCESSORS TO DIXON.
Borgeson & Co.. Sixth and Hoyt sts.
MRS. WALLACE. RELIABLE CLAIRVOT
ant and psychic life reader; consult her on
business affairs, love troubles, absent friends;
good advice on mines: readings dally. 50c and
up. 1G7 First st.. office 7. Consult the best.
Mrs. Stevens, spiritual busrness and Ufa read
er. 221 Morrison, room 18. Tel. Front 132.
Mrs. C. Cornelius, Alisky bldg.. 3d und Morri
son; circles every Friday ave. Sittings dauy.
OVERLAND STORAGE WAREHOUSE
Fourth and Davis. Merchandise a specialty.
Insurance rates low; storage rates reaaonublo.
Careful attention given to country consign
ments. Tel. Or. Main 77T: Columbia 07.
STORAGE AT LOW RATES CAN BE HAD
at Fred Btckel's storehouse. 31 North Front.
Storage nnd Transfer.
C. O. PICK: office 88 First, bet. Stark, and
Oak; phone 590. Pianos and furniture moved
and packed for shipping; commodious fire
proof brick warehouse; Front and Clay sta.
GET OUR PRICES ON BILLIARD, AND
Tool tables before buylntr elsewhere; sold on
easy payments. Our cushions are guaran
teed for 20 years, and are made by a new
vulcanizing process. Old tables fitted with
our cushions are as good as new; satisfaction
Kuaranteed or money refunded. Sea our ad
vertisement of "Manager Wanted" for law
ful slot machine. Palmer Billiard Table
Works, Chicago. 111.
Tents and Awnlnjcs.
PORTLAND TENT & AWNING CO.: TENTS,
sails, awnings. 220 Ankeny. Tel. Grant 1301.
PORTLAND TRUNK MANUFACTURING
Co.. whole and retail. Salesroom, 50 Third.
DEKUM ELECTRIC LIGHT Turkish baths;
hours Ladles. 9 to 3; gentlemen, 3:30 to 9.
TURKISH BATHS; NEW MANAGEMENT.
Open day and night. Oresonian building.
ALLEN & LEWIS. WHOLESALE GROCERS,
cor. N. Front and Davis sts.. Portland. Or.
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 anu upwards,
and interest allowed on minimum montnly bal
ance. Rafjs on application.
241 WASHINGTON ST.
E. A WYLD. Manager.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF PORTLAND. OR.
Designated Depository and Financial Agent ot
8 the United Stats.
President - W. CQRBETT
Vice-President ........... ....... A. L. ailLLS
Caller G- E- WlTHINOiU.
Assistant Cashier J. W. NEWKXKK
ScondAsslstant Cashier. W C. .ALVORB
Letters ot credit issued, avallabto in Europa
and the Eastern States.
Slcht exchange and telegraphic transfers sold
on lew York, Boston. Chicago. Su Louis. St.
Paul Omaha. San Francisco and tha principal
points la the Northwest. x
SlRht and time bills drawn fa sums to suit
on London. Paris. Berlin. Frankfort-on-the-Maln
Hong Kong, Yokohama. Copenhagen,
Ciirlstlania. Stockholm, St. Petersburg. Mos
cow, Zurich. Honolulu.
Collections made on. favorable terms.
t add Sl TILTON. BANKERS
LAD ESTABLISHED IS 1859.
Transact a General Banking Business.
interest allowed on time deposits.
r-niiections made at all points on favorabU
tmi Letters of credit Issued available In
EurotTa and the Eastern States.
Slcht Exchange and Telegraphic Transfers
Jf' sevr York. Washington. Chicago, St.
To.iia Denver. Omaha, San Francisco and varl-
points in Oregon. "(Vashlngton, Idaho, Mon-
,., ond Brllian v.diuuiuio.
Exchange sold on London. Paris. Berlin.
Frankfort and Hong Kong.
xvvl T ? FARGO a CO.'S BANK
SvWCUPITAL AND SURPLUS.. ..$8,230. 000
?OHN J VALENTINE ...PRESIDENT
tiTfVP S KING - MANAGER
HOMER S. Ki. Francl3co
t t PA BARNES CASHIER
JOHN E. MILES SISTANT CASHIER
rspneral Eanking Business transacted. Ex
chanee sold and Letters of Credit Issued.
Sable nU parts of tho world.
MPRCHANTS NATIONAL BANK
MEKCIiA PORTLAND. OREGON.
J FRANK WATSON President
R L? DURHAM Vice-President
TtTw HOYT Cashier
r-T-n'w HOYT Assistant Cashier
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING
Interest paid on time deposits.
Drafts and letters of credit Issued avallabla
In all parts of the world.
Collections a specialty. Gold dust bought.
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 bill and Issues
let'e'rs ot credit ivallable for traveler and tho
nurchase of merchandise n any fllty of tho
world. Deals la foreign and' domestic ex
change. Accounts of country banks reeelved.
Intel est paid on torm deposits.
W. A. MACRAE. Manager
AINSWORTH NATIONAL BANK
CORNER THIRD AND OAK5T3.
J. C. AINSWORTH President
PERCY T. MORGAN VJce-Pregldnt
R. W. SCHMEER Assistant Cashier
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUST.
Interest paid on time deposits.
SAFE DEPOSIT DEPARTMENT
THE UNITED STATES NATIONAL BANK
Transacts a Genera! Banking Business.
Drafts issued available In all cities of th
United States ad Europe.
President TYLER WOODWATtr
VIce-Pis!dtn .v..... ,r JACOB KAMM
Cashier F. C. MILLER