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THE. MORNING OREGONIAN. MONDAY, JUNE 2, 1902.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
$0000 TAKES 5-ACRE TRACT WITH GOOD
Improvements, inside city limits, on cor line,
nice lor platting.
$750 for 5-acre tract 5 miles southeast:
well fenced, near car Mae; cheapest oa the
$120020 acre?, rich bottom land, near car
line; must be sold to settle an estate
$250 lor acre tract on car line.
T. C. SHREVE.
421 Ablngton bide
EIGHT HOUSES NEAU STEEL BRLDGE: 14
room double house. North Portland, for $1850.
at $20 per month. Choice farm lands; 33
choice lota at 21st and Clinton at $350 each,
at $5 per month. Lots In Cloverdale. LoU in
Highland Parle. $75 each. Lots near Wood
lawn. $45 each. $2.50 a. month. A full block
of 38 lota for $275. $5 per month. Apply to
owner, "V. P.eldt. room 15 Washington block.
Containing 15 lots. East ICth st. near Bel
mont, adjoining Hawthorne Park. $S50 to
$1000. If you want to buy or Mil real es
tate, call and see Cord Sengstake, 12 Con
$4000 NEW 8-ROOM HOUSE. ONE BLOCK
from East 20th and Ankeny sts.; all modern
Improvements, cement basement, furnace,
etc Cord Sengstake. 12 Concord building.
$0500 CHOICE NEW WEST SIDE RESI
dence property, producing handsome Interest
(practically twice what money can be loaned
for). Owner. 107 Sherlock building.
$1000 NEAT COTTAGE AND LOT 50100
feet at Woodlawn. part cash, balance In In
stallments. Inquire at M. Billings' Shoe
Store, 229 Morrison.
SIX-BOOM HOUSE. STRICTLY MODERN.
ast Side, close In; $300 down; balance on
Installments. G. H. Dammeler Co.. 503 Mar
MOUNT SCOTT REAL ESTATE; OFFICE,
Lents. Or. All kinds property cheap. Take
Mount Scott car; fare 5 cents. O.. R. Addlton.
LOVEJOY ST. NEAR 23D FINE HOUSE.
naring completion; will sell at first cost.
Geo. 11. Strong. Goodnough building.
A LOVELY MODERN HOME IN PIEDMONT
for sale cheap, by owner. Inquire 207 Wash
FOR SALE FAR3IS.
SO ACRES, ALL CHOICE CREEK BOTTOM
land, beautiful stream of water, all fenced.
43 acres cultivated, 12 acres seeded to pas
ture, good house and barn, team, harness,
good wagon, hack, all farming implements,
hogs, chickens, 8X head of cattle, 10 tons
hay crop, near Vancouver; immediate posses
sion; bargain, all goes for $3700.
40 acres, warty all bottom land. 17 acres
cultivated. 400 nice bearing Winter apple
trees house and barn, living water, in Clark J
tunty, Washington; very cheap; at 5WJ.
20 acres unimproved lands, fronts on Base
L.nc road, slx miles out, $2250.
J. A. HENKLE. Or A. A. BAKER.
219 Ablngton bldg . 100 Third St., Portland, Or.
FOR SALE-100 ACRES 10 MILES FROM
Vancouver, 3 miles from Hocklnson; 50 acres
clear; large orchard, spring water, level land;
house, barn. 15 head cattle, 2 horses, wagon,
flow, etc.; no mortgage; all $3200; without
cattle, $3000; must be sold on account old
age. Owner. P. Oppermann, Hocklnson.
TEN-ACRE FRUIT AND TRUCK FARM.
$1100; 16 acre fruit and dairy farm; good
house, barn, etc; stock, 4 wagons and bug
gies, harneep, plows, etc.; household goods;
7 rrlles from center of city; priee of every
thing, $5000. T. A. Wood, 141 1st street.
820 -ACRE DAIRY. FARM FOR SALE; 100
cattle. Implements and all other stock with
the farm. If desired; a county road comes to
the lodge at this place: 2 miles from Wood
land cheese factory. W. P. Whalen, Wood
IMPROVED FARMS FOR SALE IN ALL
rarts of Oregon and Washington; payments
made to suit purchasers. For full particulars
as to various properties apply to MacMaster
& Blrrcll, 311 Worcester block.
FOR SALE HOME, $1000; TEN ACRES IN-
cjosea; ncn sou; new G-room bouse: living
water; fruit; 11 miles from city; 1 miles
from depot. C07 Chamber of Commerce,
1C3 ACRES. iVi MILES FROM MONROE.
Or ; 100 acres plow, balance orchard and pas
ture; small house, barn, running water;
$2800; half cash. E. Maude, Mayne Island,
POLK COUNTY FARMS FOR SALE. IN
close stamp for detcrlptlve pamphlet. H. G.
Campbell. Dallas, Polk County, Or.
STOCK FARMS AND FRUIT FARMS; VERY
desirable; reasonable price; will exchange.
T. A. Wood. 142 1st.
12-ACRE FARM; 10 IN CULTIVATION; 1
irlles northeast from Woodbum.. Call 380
TI3IDER LANDS FOR SALE.
HOMESTEAD AND TIMBER CLAIMS WE
have reliable Information on some good va
cant claims. All filings guaranteed correct.
Ames Mercantile Agency. Ablngton building.
TIMEER CLAIMS WE ARE NOW LOCAT
lng on the most accessible and desirable
claims in Oregon and Northern California.
Sahlstrom & Patteison. GOG Commercial block.
WE ARE NOW PREPARED TO LOCATE A
few more desirable timber claims. For par
ticulars call at M. Billings' ehoe store, 220
I CAN SELL YOUR TIMBER LAND; AND I
want land in T. 5 N., R. 8 W. A. D. Mar
shall, 82 Third st.
WE CAN LOCATE YOU ONLINE TIMBER
lands, near Columbia Riveri 421 Ablngton
TO EXCHANGE FOR PORTLAND REAL
estate (Improved preferred), 4b0 acres, four
miles east of North Powder, Baker County;
will pay difference, if any. Address box 1)1.
Oregon City, Or.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
New TYPEWRITERS, all makes, RENTED
and SOLD. Expert repairing. Office sup
plies; Mimeograph work; Public typewriting.
Coast Agency Co., 231 Stark. Phone Main 38.
FOR SALE LIVERY STABLE AND OUTFIT,
including 15 head of horses and 15 rigs,
building 50x100; must be sold on 'account of
ill health. Address M 97, care Oregonlan.
50 CORDS OF DRY FOUR-FOOT WOOD, ON
top of Gresham Hill Section Lino road. W.
H. Hamilton, Gresham, Or.
FOR SALE HANDSOME YOUNG DRIVING
mare and buggy and berry or camping
wagon. 134 E. 34th st.
VERY FINE FRESH JERSEY COW AND
heifer calf. H. L. Lewis, Palestine P. O.,
FCR SALE HUMPHREY'S ELEVATOR,
a.l complete. 100 pounds. 307 Stark st, car
penter shop, cheap.
FOR SALE-A FRESH MILCH COW. IS
perfectly gentle. For particulars call phone
SODA FOUNTAIN, FIRST-CLASS AND IN
gDod condition. Address D 24, care Orego
tlaa AWNINGS GET prices from A. C. Pike Tent
& Awning Co.. 107 N. Third. Tel. South SS6.
SECOND-HAND SAFE. EASY PAYMENTS.
Norrls Safe & Lock Co.. cor. 2d and Stark sts.
LARGE STOCK OF AVAGONS. HARNESS
ar.d saddles. Tomlinson &. Hall, 211 Wash.
BOOKS BOUGHT. SOLD AND EXCHANGED
at the Old Book Store. 229 Yamhill.
HFAD SAWYER. $3.50; MILL TALLY MEN,
$2 50, 10 mill hands. $2, yard men. $1.75:
head fallers, $8; second faller. $2.75; head
eklddcr. $4X) board; 5 buckers, $2.25 to $2.75;
laborere. R. R., $2; blacksmith and sheer.
$') board, machinist, $3, man and wife,
camp. $65, one farm. $35; 5 scow men, 15c
fcr , board, laborers, city. $2; teamster, $2;
scraper holder, $2.25; camp cook. $45; butter
raker, $30. separator man. $30rfarm hands
and milkers, $25 to $30. 15 nten with teams,
$4 to $7, land clearers, $20, etc.; pole
eu'ters, lc ft., postcutters. lc; boltcutters,
$1. woodchoppers. SOc to $1.50. Canadian
Employment Co.. 220 Morrison. Branches
247 Burnslde. 51 North Third. 153 North
Sixth, 12S First
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
wr.te English. For information apply to Re-c-u.tlng
Officer. Third and Stark sts., Port
200 teamsters, laborers, concrete men,
scraper holders, dumpers, rockmen, tunnol
men. $2 to $3 a day? Long Job.
Ship every night this week.
C. R. HANSEN & CO.. 20 N. 2d Et
WANTED DRY GOODS MAN WHO CAN
by as well as sell, for a store in country
term, G000 inhabitants; must be acquainted
With all Kinds of women's goods; give na
tionality, where had experience, married or
single, age. Address S 29. care Oregonlan.
SALESMAN-CITY. COUNTRY. STAR MAN
ufacturing Co., 242 Washington $.
CIVIL, SERVICE GOVERNMENT POSITIONS.
9SS9 appointments made- last year. Prob
ably 10,000 this year. Only common school
education required for examination. Cata
logue of Information free. Columbian Cor
respondence College, Washington. D. C
WRITE FOR OUR BOOKLET. 'THE ONE
Way" and our letter on Chicago Great West
ern. It will pay you welL Profitable In
vestment. No speculative looses. Am.
Finance Co., Prcvd't bldg., Phlla.j Pa.
WANTED riRST-CLASS MEN PRESSERS
in the leading dye -works of Seattle. Steady
employment to rapid and competent men.
State mlary and experience. Box 030. Seat
Men wanted to learn barber trade: constant
practice and expert Instruction until compe
tent. No limit to term. Catalogue- free.
Moler Barber College, San Francisco. CaL.
WANTED A BRIGHT TOUNQ MAN;
knowledge of city; position permanent. Tues
day, between S and 2L 435 East Ankeny.
WANTED MEN FOR -QUARRY WORK:
drillers. $2.25: pick and shovel men. $2 per
day. Apply D. E. Budd, 110 first at. No
EXPERIENCED SOLICITORS FOR GOOD
paying. permanent position; remuneration in
creased weekly with business. 31 Hamilton
WANTED MAN WITH SIX OR EIGHT
horses for three months trip through Eastern
Oregon. Inquire Fredericksburg Music HalL
WANTED A YOUNG MAN. FAIRLT EFFI
cient as a typewriter and stenographer, will
ing to work. Address V 20, Oregonlan.
A SMART YOUNG MAN WANTED; MUST
know how to cut meat and wait on trade.
The Alblna Market, 200 Russell st
WANTED-A FIRST-CLASS BENCH HAND;
none other need apply. Address Palo Alto
Planing Mill, Palo Alto. Cal.
WANTED SALESMAN. LOCAL OR TRAV
ellng; za!ary or commission. Perry Nursery
Co., Rochester, N. Y.
BOY, ABOUT 15. TO WORK IN STORE. AP
ply Monday morning, -before 0:30. 171 Third
WANTED TWO BRICK MOLDERS. IN
quire room 11 Mulkey building. Good wages.
YOUNG MAN WANTED AS SECOND COOK.
Quelle Cafe, Sixth and Stark.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
WAITRESSES. E. O.. SO. OR.. GRAY'S HAR
bor; girl for coast, meet employer, fares;
cooks, camp, hotel and B.-IL; waitresses;
second girls; chambermaids; housekeepers;
housework, all prices, city and country.
Canadian Parlors, 226 Morrison.
WANTED-AN EXPERIENCED GIRL FOR
general housework in a family of three; good
wage. Call at 121 Third at, cor. Washing
ton, between 2 and IP. 1L
COMPETENT GIRL OR JAPANESE FOR
genoral housework, for family of 2; good
home. Capt. H. Schneider, at end of Monta
villa ear line.
WANTED-FIRST-CLASS GIRL FOR GENER
al housework: must be good cook; good
wages. Call 215 Ford st., opposite St. Hel
WANTED-ELDERLY CHRISTIAN" WOMAN
for housekeeper; man and wlfo employed; no
children; duties light. Address B 27, cars
WANTED-LADY BARBER; MUST BE
first-class; steady employment; good wagos.
Address O K Barber Shop, Castle Rock.
WANTED COMPETENT GIRL. COOKING
and general housework; three in family; good
wages. Apply 95 20th st. north, cor. Flan
ders. WOMAN TO TAKE CARE OF OLD INVALID
lady, at reasonable compensation. Address,
stating wages expected, W 25, Oregonlan.
COOKS. WAITRESSES. CHAMBERMAIDS
factory, coast places. Call room 18. Russell
bldg.. 4th and Morrison. Mrs. Porter.
LADIES DESIRING HELP AND GIRLS
seeking situations, call St. Louis Agency,
230 Yamhill. Phone Black 2831.
LADIES WANTED TO DO EMBROIDERY
and Battenberg at their homes; steady work.
Chicago Crochet Co., Chicago, 111.
WANTED A COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN
eral housework: small family. Phone Green
781, No. 10S3 Vaughn st.
WANTED A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework; good wages. Apply after 9 A.
M., 740 Kearney st
WANTED A GOOD, EXPERIENCED GIRL
for cooking an.d general .housework. Apply
770 Overton st.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK: GOOD
wage. Apply N. W. Mallory and Alnsworth
GIRL, ABLE TO DO GOOD PLAIN COOK
ing; small family flat; good wages. 531
YOUNG GIRL FOR LIGHT HOUSEWORK
and take care of child; good home. 591
WANTED GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework: good wages; small family. 822
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL nOUSE
work. 185 E. 12th. near Taylor. Phone
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
werk; references requied. Call 434 Holla
WANTED GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework; references. Address R 25, Ore
gonlan. ACME EMP BUREAU. 185 MORRISON. Help
free to mployers. Phone North 23S1, Col. 287.
EXPERIENCED WAITRESSES WANTED AT
Watson's Restaurant; wages $8 per week.
WANTED EXPERIENCED NURSE FOR
baby; good wages. 233orth 24th et
WANTED GIRL TO ASSIST IN HOUSE
work; no washing. Apply 562 Gllsan.
WANTED YOUNG CATHOLIC -GIRL TO As
sist In general housework. 258 11th. 7
WANTED GOOD COOK. FOR PRIVATE
family. Apply 1C3 North 19th st.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL ROUSE
work. 750 Eaet Burnslde st.
GIRL WANTED FOR LIGHT HOUSEWORK.
Apply SCO Tillamook st.
YOUNG GIRL TO ASSIST WITH HOUSE
work. COS Davis st.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK. B03
Sixth, near Sherman.
SITUATIONS WANTED WALE.
Bookkeeper And Clerks.
YOUNG MAN. WITH SOME OFFICE EX
perience. would like outside position; would
not mind leaving the city; state position and
salary. Address Y 23, care Oregonlan.
A YOUNG MAN DESIRES A POSITION AS
assistant bookkeeper; had some experience.
E 25, cats Oregonlan.
SOBER, INDUSTRIOUS. MAN WANTS 6ITU
ation on private place; can milk, take care
of horses and garden. O 20. care Oregonlan.
SITUATION WANTED BY AN -EXPERI-enced
man in general merchandise line for
country store. Address L 25, Oregonlan.
GOOD JAPANESE COOK WISHES PLACE:
speaks English; has recommendations. G.
Japanese Mission. PhcneClay 745.
JAPANESE EMPLOYMENT AGENCY; BEST
help of all kinds furnished. 811 Everett at.
Telephone Red 994. x .
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE.
A LADY (KENSINGTON SCHOOL OF ART,
London. England), wishes to sget pupils for
embroidery or work to do at home; church
and lodge work a specialty. Mrs. Lewis
P. O. box 429. city.
MIDDLE-AGED WIDOW, WITH REFER
ences, wlfhes situation in email family: call
Monday. 330 E. 27th South.
POSITION AS HOUSEKEEPER 3Y BRIGHT'
capable woman; gentleman preferred. Y 27
WANTED SECOND-HAND "lBRARY OF
the World's Best Literature,"" edited by
Charles Dudley Warner. Address F e
Stalllngs, East 41st and Clinton eta.. Station
AGENTS WANTED1-SELL OUR RAPID
system to business and professional men.
Easy f ales. Big profits. Experience unneces
sary. F., Box 293, Boulder, Colo.
AGENTS Town and country work; cash week
ly. International Nurstxlos. Dover. Colo-
RESPONSIBLE BUSINESS MAN WOULD
like loan of $1000; good, interest, good se
curity; principals only. O 23. care Orego
nlan. HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR MEN'S CAST
off clothing and shoes. C2 North 3d. Phone
Hood 517. Orders promtply attended to.
WANTED-A SECOND-HAND INCUBATOR.
Address D 21, care Oregonlan
WANTED SECOND - HAND DESK AND
chair. P 17, caro Oregonlan. '
PORTLAND WOMEN'S UNlONJ 14TH YEAR;
rooms, with board; use of sewing-room; use
of library; Woman's Exchange; Industrial
SchooL, Address Mrs. C. E. George, Super
intendent, 510 Flanders st.
LARGE LIGHT ROOM, VERY CENTRAL;
good business location: cultable for employ
ment office, dressmaking rooms, real estate
or Insurance, Call before 10 A. M. at 1074
TWO ELEGANT. NEWLY FURNISHED
front rooms, with private family, for men.
only; all modern conveniences; choice loca
tion. Address L 27, Oregonlan.
THE PLEASANTON, 28S Third st. Fine fur
nished sunny rooms, en suite, elngle or house
keeping: transient solicited. Phone South 251.
THE NEWCASTLE. 8. B. COR. THIRD AND
Harrison sts. Rooms, furnished or unfur
nished; all modern conveniences; references.
THE COSMOS, S. E. cor. Morrison and 4th
Fine rooms; central; clean; quiet, and rea
sonable; housekeeping suites of two or more.
THE -CALUMET. 7th and Alder Rooms, with
running water, private bath suites; hotel
senrJce, $1 per day up; teasoaable ier mo.
VERY DESIRABLE NEWLY FURNISHED
room, private house, every convenience, cen
tral, reasonable. 312 City, near Sixth.
195 14-CK ST.. -COR. TAYLOR-LADY" HAV
lng alee home wishes to rent two or three
niceipr furnished rooms to gentlemen.
PLEAtfXNT FRONT FURNISHED ROOM;
moderp.; private family; telephone; light
housekeeping privileges. 235 13tb st.
THE MONNASTES, 285 FIRST LARGE, X
light, slagle rooms, furnished; also suites; a
clean, respectable house, d
2S8 11TH-FIVE ROOMS. ONE A FRONT
parlor, all dean, nicely furnished; gas, J
THE BERKSHIRE, 2324 FIRST, CORNER
Main Nicely furnished front rooms; en suite
433 ALDER "TflOELY FURNISHED ROOMS;
all conveniences; suitable for one or twe gen
tlemen. 435 ALDBR NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS;
all convenience!; suitable for one or two gen
tlemen. 289 11TH ST.-FQUR NICE ROOMS. WITH
or without 0041 gas, bath and phone West
MANHATTAN COURT: NEW BRICK BUILD
ing, steam heat, flew furniture. 311 Stark.
Furnished rooms. $U week up. Oilman Hotel.
1st & Alder; Trenant Hotel, 7th and Everett.
THE BONITA. 89'7TH, NEAR LIBRARY
Elegant, sunny rooms, $2.60 week and up.
THE NEWLAND, 300 FIRST NEWLY
furnished rooms; cltctrlc light and bath,
NEATLY- FURNISHED ROOMS. SINGLE "OR
in suite. Ml GUsat st.
Rooms With Hoard.
ANY ONE WISHING. ROOMS AND BOARD
at nice Summer home, very convenient, two
blocks from car Hn; whole block nice
shade trees. 103 N. Uth St.. cor. of Irving.
WELL-FURNISHED ROtjMS. WITH BOARD.
Torpedo Hotel, east end Madison-street
bridge. New building 3nd newly furnished.
NICELY FURNISHED LARGE ROOM AND
board at Gaston residence. C24 Salmon su
Take Washington car tq King st.
533 EAST ANKENY BLE AS ANT ROOMS;
Srivate family; board; (ood location; gas,
ath; telephone Blue S4C-F
NICE ROOMS. FROM $1.2 TO $2.50; BOARD
if desired; private famlhi 314 Third, ccr.
NICELY FURNISHED R$OMS WITH OH
without board. 141 W. Ptrk at., corner Ai
FURNISHED DOUBLE PARLORS AND OTH
er rooms, with board. 170 12th st.
FURNISHED ROOM. .WITH BOARD, WITH
hot and cold water. 225 11th st.
FURNISHED ROOM AND BOARD; USE
phore and bath. 131 10th st
VERY DESIRABLE SUITES. FURNISHKD
and unfurnished housekeeping rooms; phoac,
bath: nice, central location. 229 5th. oppo
site Courthouse. Call Sunday.
347 HALL THREE DESIRABLE HOCSE
keeplng rooms, furnished completely; every
convenience; pleasant locatlln; reasonable
ROOMING-HOUSE OF 15 ROOSS FOR SALE
cheap; also 3 rooms for light housekeeping;
electric light, gas range. U7 4th.
FOR RENT THREE UNFURNISHED
rooms for housekeeping: use , qt bath and
phone. 295 17th St., cor. Columbia.
TWO OR THREE ROOMS. EITHER PART
ly or completely furnished, for housekeep
ing; ground floor. 535 Yamhill at.
FOR RENT SUITE HOUSEKEEPING
rooms; also single room. 34Q Alder, next
block Oregonlan west.
FOR RENT A 4-ROOM FLAT. COMPLETE
ly furnished, for housekeeping. At 1100
4ftl DAVIS ST.. FURNISHED FRONT ROOM
with use of kitchen and dlnlag-room. $S
FOUR OR FrVE CONNECTING ROOMS,
furnished; newly-fitted-up house. 32S 14th,
The Graham. 545 Wasn. st. Newly furnished
housekeeping suites; modern and desirable.
THE ABBOTT. 228 Wash. Fine furnished
rooms, en suite, single or housekeeping.
NICE, CLEAN FLAT. FURNISHED,' f 13. 3U
Third. Private family. .
FOR RENT-ON THE SOUTHEAST COR
ner of 2itb and Northrup sts... .one block from
23d-st. car line, one fine modern S-room
house, cement steps, basenunt and wash
tubs; electricity and gas; bathroom, furnace,
wood elevator and all up-to-date improve
ments; price, $35 per month. Inquire at
room 615, Chamber of Commerce.
FOR RENT FIVE-ROOM FLAT: LARGE
rooms, high ceilings; situated on Base Line
road (East Stark), near Prcttyroan Station;
rent $8. Also modern eight-room residence.
Nob Hill, near 19th and Gllsan sts.; $35.
M. G. Griffin, Lewis building, 850 Morri
FOR RENT OR SALE AT .MOUNT TABOR:
house, with large grounds, fruit, etc; very
sightly location, near cars. Hart Land Co
107 Sherlock building.
FOR RENT ELEGANT. MODERN, 14-ROOM
residence; will not rent for a boarding
house. Phone . S. Larsen, Exchange 10.
NEW 6-ROOM HOUSE, EAST GRANT, NEAR
East Eighth, one block from car; modern
FOR RENT 6-ROOM COTTAGE: NEWLY
papered and painted; adults. Apply 045
Fourth, 2 to 4.
623 PARK ST. NICE FLAT. CHOICE LOCA
tlon; contral; $22; also good acreage, close in
TWO MODERN FIVE-ROOM FLATS ON
corner. Rountree & Diamond, agents, 2d and
TWO-STORY e-ROOlt HOUSE; MODERN;
nice, large yard. 129 East 20th St., cor. Mor
rison. DONALD O. WOODWARD. 24C STARK ST.,
rents and Insurance. Phone Main 345.
HOUSE FOR RENT INQUIRE OF MARTIN
Winch. 323 Ablngton building.
FOR RENT 0-ROOM COTTAGE, 195 NORTH
21st, cor. Johnson. '
FOR RENT FIVE-ROOM FLAT AT 303 JCTH
st.. cor. of Mill.
COTTAGE FOR RENT 11TH ST., NEAR
MODERN EIGHT-ROOM HOUSE. NICELY
furnished, convenient to cars.- Inquire this
week at 0 E. 15th St., E. Ankeny car line.
FOR RENT-MODERN FURNISHED HOUSE,
for from three to six months from, July 4.
143 North luth.
FOR RENT FURNISHED; UNTIL 1ST Oc
tober; modern house, 10 roomv close to car
line, in a very desirable pari of the city;
moderate rent. Apply MacMaster & BlrrelL
211 Worcester block, city.
SEVEN-ROOM FURNISHED HOUSE WITH
bath, Gtc, with quarter block of ground, at
Piedmont; $25 per month. Apply to Charles
K. Henry, 273 Stark sU
LONG BEACH FRONT CORNER LOT,
near Centervllle Station, and nice, well-furnished
cottage, facing ocean", for rent for
season. Apply to Charles K. Henry, 273
FURNISHED HOUSE IN SUBURB. 28 AIN3
worth block, bet. 12 and 2 P. M., or Phone
- Pink 504.
FURNISHED HOUSE, 173 EAST SIXTH ST.,
House far Rent-Furn.torc for Sale.
TURNITURE OF 11 - ROOM HOUSE FOR
sale: Tooms all full but one; rent $30; pre
ent Income $51; price $450, $200 cash, balance
$25 month. Or will take $400 If all cua u
paid. Address S 27, Oregonlan.
FOR SALE FURNITURE IN SEVEN-ROOM
Cat. with gas and electric light, bath, hot and
cold water; flat for rent. Inquire 206 Alder
at., from 1 to 8 o'clock P. M.
G-ROOM HOUSE FOR RENT, $10 MONTH,
and furniture for sale. P 24, Oregonlan.
6-ROOM FLAT FOR RENT; FURNITURE
for sale. 554 Taylor, cor. Chapman.
STORE. WITH FIXTURES. COUNTERS AND
showcases, ready to start Into grocery busi
ness; cor. Larrabee and Hassalo sts., two
blocks from steel bridge.
FOR RENT-DESKROOM. WITH DESK. AND
everything furnished. E. S. Jackson & Co.,
240 Stark et.
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST SATURDAY, AFTERNOON, LADY'S
purse, containing check for $4S0, two $5 gold
pieces, some stiver: "payment stopped on
check. Return 305 Washington. Suitable re
ward. $5 REWARD-LOST COLTS REVOLVER,
five shots, one empty shell. Return to room
17 A. O. U. W. building. No questions,
LOST 10 DAYS AGO, ONE DARK COW.
near Woodlawn. Finder please call at 301
West Burnslde st. and receive reward.
LOST A WATCH FOB. WITH ROUND
locket. Initials "F. W. J." Return Orego
nlan office. Reward.
LOST WATCH CHARM, WITH 1NITIAL8
"D. D. M." Return Flelshner, Mayor "& Co.
and receive reward.
23 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-ccnt stamps.
A BEAUTIFUL FACE ! what all women
want. Disfiguring growths of superfluous
hair, wrinkles and other facial blemishes suc
cessfully removed. Thin or faded hair cor
rected. Manicuring. N. Y. Electro Thera
peutic Co.. 702 Marquam. Tel Black 2851.
ARE YOUR KIDNEYS. WEAK? ARE YOU
nervous and weak? Sexine Pills are guaran
teed to cure you. A cash coupon In each box.
$1 a box. (I boxes for $5. Two months' treat
ment. Addrtrs J. A. Clemenson, Druggist,
Second and Yamhill, Portland. Or.
MME. AZA HOLMES. COMPLEXION, HAIR,
scalp and skin specialist, may be consulted
dally free; scientific treatments given and all
facial blemishes removed; hair dyrd or
bleached; forms developed; expert chiropody
and manicuring. 311 Mor. St., opp. P. O.
DRESS SUITS FOR RENT. 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's.
OTOSA POSITIVELY ENLARGES THE BUST
3 to 0 Inches; sold under a guarantee to do
so since 1849. Particulars free; sealed.
Western Department Placaurd Medical Co.,
Globe bldg., Seattle. Wash,
MANLY VIGOR RESTORED BY DR. BOB
crts Nerve Globules. One month's treat
ment. $2; 3 months. $5. Sent securely scaled
by malL Agents, Woodard & Clarke, Port
"BOOK OF NATURE." "WOMAN OF FIRE."
"Bel-Ami." "Lanfer Case." "Forbidden
Fruit." "Picking's Passionate Poems." 'The
Beauty Spot." 50c each. Schmal;. 229 First.
MAKES OLD MEN YOUNG. DR. THOMP
son's Famous Kola Tablets. Bet rebullder
on earth. 25o box 5 for $1.00. Write CIos
aon & Kelly, Seattle. Wash.
YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS ARE MORE Ac
curately .and reasonably died at Eyssell'a
Pharmacy. 227 Morrison et., bet. 1st and 2d.
We print your name on 30 calling cards, prop
er size and style. 25c; 250 business cards, $1.
Brown & Sohmale, 229 First, Portland. Or.
Merchandise goods bought for cash. What you
can't ue. wo can. Strictly confidential. The
Buyers' Ass'n. 423 Ablngton building.
YOUNO LADY. SCIENTIFIC GRADUATE,
chiropodist and manicurist. Office 20 Raleigh
building. Sixth and Washington.
DR. LAMOTTE'S FRENCH CORN PAINT.
The best corn cure. 25 centi. All druggists'.
MRS. DR. McCOY and assistant; electric treat
ments. .Ross House. 211 First, cor. Salmon.
ONE-MINUTE TOOTHACHE DROPS. CURE
Instantly. 10 and 25 cents. All druggists'.
MRS. F. J. LYNCH. SCALP SPECIALIST;
electric and vapor baths. SOS Allsky bldg.
MME. SAVAGE. MODISTE. LATE OF SAX
Francisco; moderate prices. 700 Dekum.
CALL TURKISH BATHS. 300 OREGONLAN.
Ladles, day; men. all night. -North 13S0.
OWING TO CONTINUED ILL HEALTH. I
have concluded to dispose of the Palace Ho
tel, at Ueppncr. Or. Direct sale, of the prop
erty preferred, but to the right person, who
has sufficient means to purchase the furni
ture and fixtures. I would make a lease for a
period of five years. Would accept a part
payment on building furniture and fixtures,
or either, well-situated, unincumbered resi
dence in Portland. Or.: balance may be had
on most any reasonable terms, to suit pur
chaser. To a good, honorable man. with lim
ited means, whether experienced in the busi
ness or not. this is probably the opportunity
of a lifetime. This is a straight buslneas
proposition, and will bear close investigation.
Call or address J. W. Morrow, Heppner, Or.
IF YOU DESIRE TO INVEST $2000 IN A
very prosperous manufacturing business, well
established, you can have the management.
$S00 makes money easy; nice stock notions
and groceries, good corner, with living rooms,
very low rent.
Grocery stocks .from $300 to $3000 for sale.
Call and rec me. I can give you pointers
If you want a business.
T. C. SHREVE,
421 Ablngton bldg.
$35,000 A BARGAIN SMALL SAWMILL IN
flrst-clai"s running order; good location: right
on railroad; new shingle mill: 160 acres good
cedar timber; overcrowded with orders. Also
first-class hotel, well furnished; price $Js00;
good reasons for selling. For Information
address Box 3, Detroit, Oregon.
OPPORTUNITIES TO ENGAGE IN MER
cantlle or manufacturing business In city or
country; only legitimate, paying propositions
handled. Information furnished parties look
ing for timber or homestead claims. Ames
Mercantile Agency, Ablngton building.
WHOLESALE BUSINESS THE OPPORT
gage In a profitable, legitimate wholesale
uusinma. auuiuk, niami mnuuni ox capital
available. Opportunity, care Oregonlan.
MILL TO LEASE AT OAK POINT. WASH.
Fine location, tapping Immense body timber:
come and see plant; nna opportunity for
shingle mill. Address IL A. Young, Oak
FOR SALE FOR CASH. A WELL ESTAB
llshed ladles' furnishing store; invoice on
stock $2000; fine trade; a genuine snap; sell
ing because of 111 health. Address Q 4,
8ALOON MEN. ATTENTION SPLENDID
chance for man with small capital, to buy
first-class saloon In lively Valley town, on
easy terms. Investigate. E 24, care Orego
WAREHOUSE BUSINESS. COMPLETE. CA
paclty 45.000 bushels; $3000. with residence.
40-acre firm, stock and implements, $6".O0.
R. N. Williamson, Wells, Or.
GRIST MILL. FARM. STORE. 2 DWELL
Ings. etc, etc.: you can make $3000 per year
on this place; price $T00O. T. A. Wood,
141 First st.
$50 TO $100 INVESTED OFTEN RETURNS
$1000. W, J. Curtis. 215 Commercial block.
FOR SALE BILL PLANT AT ASTORIA.
Call on or address T. S. Simpson, Astoria.
FOR SALE-$450-SIX FINE ROOMS. WELL
furnished, new; rent reasonable: electric
lights and water: central; part cash, balance
on time. Call 254 Alder st.
TEA. COFFEE AND CROGICERY STORE:
doing good business; at Invoice of stock and
fixtures; oJt-of-tawn proposition. Q 19, care
WANTEDYOUNG MAN OR LADY WITH
$1000 as partner In laundry: good, town and
good business. X 20, Orezonlan.
SNAPS IN TWO CIGAR. AND GROCERY
stores; good business; on small Investment.
Slegner. 145 Third.
PROPOSALS FOR CLOTHING AND EQUI
page Depot Quartermaster's Office. 30 New
Montgomery Street. San Francisco, Cal.. May
20, 1902. Sealed proposals, in triplicate, will
be received at this office until 10 o'clock A
M.. Friday. June 8. 1902, Pacific standard
time, and then opened, for furnishing Jean
drawers, light-weight wool stockings, woown
drawers, campaign hats, regulation muslin
shirts, Chamfcray shirts, heavy wool stock
ings, cotton undershirts, wool undershirts,
light-weight collarettes and wool undershirts,
heavy-weight collarettes, russet shoes, black
calfskin shoes, waist belts, linen collars and
poncho. Quantities to be subject to an In
crease of 20 per cent. If desired by this de
partment. Bids will be opened for the de
livery of the same articles at either the San
Francisco. Boston, Chicago and Philadelphia
depots. To avoid misunderstanding as to the
exact nature of the articles to be furnished,
bidders will carefully examine the standard
samples and specifications, so that proposals
may be submitted by them with a full knowl
edge of what will be required, as an abso
lute compliance with the standards and speci
fications will be insisted upon in the Inspec
tion of the goods. Unguaranteed bids, and
bids upon samples differing from standards
and specifications, will under no circum
stances be entertained. Proposals for less
quantities than advertised for will be enter
tained. Bids for delivery or inspection at
other points than those named above will not
be considered. Early deliveries are essential.
Bidders must state in their proposals the
rate and time of delivery, should contract be
awarded to them. The articles advertised for
are the same for which bids will be opened
at the other depots. Preference will be
given to articles of domestic production and
manufacture, conditions of price and quality
being equal (Including In the price of for
eign production and manufacture the duty
thereon), and such preference will be given
to articles of American production and manu
facture produced on the Pacific Coast to the
extent of the consumption required by the
public service there. The United States re
serves the right to accept or reject any or
all proposals or any part thereof. Informa
tion and blanks for proposals will be fur
nished on application. Envelopes containing
proposals will be Indorsed "Proposals No.
4034." and addressed to MAJOR C. P. MIL
LER, Quartermaster, U. S. Army, Depot
PROPOSALS FOR INDIAN SUPPLIES DE
partraent of the Interior, Office of Indian Af
fairs, Washington, D. C, May C, 1902.
Sealed proposals will be received by the
Commissioner of Indian Affairs, care of Man
ufacturers' and Producers' Association of
California. Mills building. San Francisco.
Cal.. until 1 o'clock P. M., of Tuesday, June
24, 1902, for furnishing for the Indian Serv
ice beans, coffee, hard bread, hominy, rolled
oats, rice, salt, coarse; salt, fine; sugar, and
tea, and other articles of subsistence sup
plies, groceries, crockery, hardware, harness,
leather, shoe findings, agricultural imple
ments, stoves, hollowware, etc. Bids must be
made on Government blanks. Schedules giv
ing all necessary information for bidders will
be furrflshed upon application to the offices of
the Chronicle and Journal of Commerce, and
the Manufacturers" and Producers' Asocla
tloirof California. Mills building. San Fran
clseo. Cal., the Republican of Denver, Colo.,
the Post-Intelligencer of Seattle. Wash., the
Tribune of Salt Lake City. Utah. The Morn
ing Oregonlan. and the Depot Quartermaster,
U. S. A.. Portland. Or. The right is re
served to reject any and all bids, or to ac
cept or reject any part of a bid. Bids will be
opened at the hour and date above named,
and bidders are invited to be present at the
opening. W. A. JONES, Commissioner.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.. MAY 5. 1902.
Sealed proposals. In triplicate, will be re
ceived here, and at office of Quartermaster,
until 11 o'clock A. M., Wednesday. June 4.
1002. and then opened, for furnishing, during
the first six months of fiscal year com
mencing July 1, 1902, forage -and otraw for
San Diego Barracks, Cal.; also at same
time, at this office" anly. for forage and
straw for Alcatraz Island, Fort Baker, Be
nlcla Barracks. Fort Maoon. Fort McDow
ell, Presidio of San Francisco, San Fran
cisco, and San Francisco. Cal.. for shipment
to Honolulu. H. T. Government reserves
right to reject or accept any or all bids In
whole or In part. Preference given to arti
cles of American production, conditions of
price and quality (Including in the price of
foreign productions the duty thereon) being
equal, and such preference given to articles
of American production produced on the
Pacific Coast, to extent of consumption re
quired by the public service there. All In
formation furnished on application to Quar
termaster at San Diego Barracks or to un
dersigned. Envelopes containing bids to be
Indorsed "Proposals for forage and straw."
and addressed to said Quartermaster, or to
D. D. WHEELER, D. Q. M. General. C.
PROPOSALS FOR SALE OF SAW MILL AND
Lumber Office of the Gougar Lumber Co.,
Frances, Wash., May 27, 1902.-r-Sealed bldf
for the purchase of the splendid, nsw saw
mill. Including 80 acres land and about
400,000 feet fir lumber, belonging to the
Gougar Lumber Co. and located near
Frances. Pacific County, Wash., on N. P.
Ry.. will be received at South Bend, Wash.,
until 1 o'clock P. M., Wednesday. Juno 4.
1902. and then opened. Bids may be made
on tho entire property or on lumber and mill
property separate. No deposit la required
to accompany bids, though bidders should be
represented at abovo time and place, pre
pared to deposit purchase price on approval
of sale by the court. All envelopes contain
ing bids rhould be marked "Proposals to
purchase (Inserting property bid on)," and
addressed to the receiver at South Bend.
Wash. Full Information and description of
property furnished on application to the un
dersigned. The right 13 reserved to reject
any and all bids. By order of the Hon. A. K
Rice. Judge of the Superior Court, Pacific
County. Washington. LINCOLN J. ME
SERVE. as Receiver of the Gougar Lumber
SAN FRANCISCO. CAL.. MAY 0. 1902.
Sealed proposal. In triplicate, will be re
ceived here until 11 o'clock A. M. Friday,
Juno 6. 1R02. and then opened, for construc
tion (including plumbing and electric wir
ing) at Fort Baker. Cal., of officers' quar
ters, barracks. Administration building, and
for construction ("Including plumbing, heat
ing and electric wiring) at Fort Mlley, Cal..
of hospital, hospital steward's quarters, bake
house, and fuel shed. Government reserves
risht to reject or accept any or all bids In
whole or In part. Preference given to arti
cles of domestic production, conditions of
price and quality (Including In the price of
foreign productions the duty thereon) being
equal, and such preference given to article
of American production produced on the Pa
cific Coast, to extent of consumption required
by the public service there. Information fur
nished on application to D. D. WHEELER,
Deputy Quartermaster-General, Chief Q. M.
PROPOSALS FOR PURCHASE OF U. S.
Army Transport Rosecrans Office of Gen
eral. Superintendent. Army Transport Serv
ice, 3d New Montgomery St.. San Francisco,
Cal., May 3, 1902. Sealed proposals, in trip,
lieate. for the purchase of the Army trans
port Rosecrans will be received in this of
fice until 12 M., Juno u, 1902. and then
opened. Vessel to be delivered to succciiful
bidder at San Francisco, Cal. The Govern
ment reserves the right to reject any or all
proposals. Envelopes containing proposa.s
ehould be indorsed "Proposals for purchase
of Army transport Rosecrans." and ad
dressed to the General Superintendent. Army
Transport Service, San Francisco Cal. Par
ticulars as to bonds required, and informa
tion as to the character of vessel, etc., fur
nished en application.
rITrT nzf n ft xr it x-rvTrtrE.T tt-
racks. Wash.. May 30. 1002 Sealed propo
sals, in triplicate, will be received at tho
office of the Depot Quartermaster, Portland,
Oregon, until 2:30 P. M., June 19, 1902. and
then opened, for the construction of a steam
boat in accordance with the plans and spec
ifications on file In the Depot Quartermaster's
Office at Portland, where full Information
will be furnished. Envelopes containing pro
posals ihould be marked: "Proposals for
Steamboat," and addressed W. A. BETHEL,
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING
The annual meeting of the stockholders of
the Bunker Hill & Sullivan Mining & Concen
trating Company, for the 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 the company, rooms 501 to 504,
Chamber of Commerce building. Portland,
Oregon, on June 10. 1902, at 12 o'clock noon.
GEORGE F. HOLMAN,
Secretary Bunker Hill Sullivan Mining
& Concentrating Company.
Portland. Oregon, May 26. 1992.
LOANS MADE TO SALARIED PEOPLE
holding permanent positions with responsible
firms, upon their own names; easy payments;
MONEY to loan on chattel mortgages.
New Era Loan & Trust Co., room 200
LOANS WITHOUT PUBLICITY ON REAL
or chattel mortgages, personal or salary se
curity, at low rates. C W. Pallett. 213 Com
mercial bloc;. Telephone Grant 856.
LOANS ON FURNITURE. PIANOS AND
other securities, lowest rates. S. W. King,
room 45 Washington bids. Phone Hoed 5.
NOTICE PARTIES -WISHING TO DISPOSE
of Helena Consolidated. Mustek Mining &
Milling, or Star Consolidated mining stocks,
will find It to their Interests to consult the
undersigned before disposing of the tame.
I. IL Bingham. 110 Sherlock building.
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST RATES: NO
commission, and abstract of title furnished.
Portland Abstract Co.. 002 Commercial blk.
$5 AND UP IN SUMS TO SUIT ON ALL
kinds of security. W. A. Hathaway, room
10 Washington building. Phone Hood 413.
MONEY TO LOAN. 6 AND 7 PER CENT. ON
city property and Improved Valley farms.
W. A. Shaw & Co.. 243 Stark st.
MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT ON
all kinds of good security. W. H. Nuan, 552
REAL ESTATE LOANS. ANY AMOUNT,
low Interest; no brokerage. Western Invest
ment & Loan Co.. room 10. 245 Morrison.
LOANS IN SUMS FROM $5 TO $500. ON ALL
classes of security. R. I. Eckerson & Co..
room 5 Washington bldg. Phone Clay 73.
MONEY TO LOAN ON ALL KINDS OF SE
curity. Wm. Holl. room 9 Washington bldg.
State funds loaned 6 per cent. W. E. Thomas,
state agt. for Mult. Co.. 400 Cham, of Com.
MONEY TO LOAN. C per cent, farm or city
property. O. M. Smith. 3 Ch. of Commerce.
LOANS on chattels, salaries; low rates. See
us first. Mann Co.. 604 Dekum building.
Loans, 5-0-7 per cent; persons having money to
loan write to S 102. care Oregonlan.
$300,000 TO LOAN AT 5 AND C PER CENT.
Wm. G. Beck. 321 Morrison st.
Accountant and Auditor.
George T. Murton. SIS Cham, of Com. Phone
Brown 456. Bookkeeping, expertlng, teaching.
Assnyers and Analysts.
J. H. FISK. MINERAL ASSAYER AND AN
alytlcal chemist and mining engineer, 204
MONTANA ASSAY OFFICE. 20$ STARK ST.
Experts on analysis of coals, minerals, rocks
and mineral waters. J. T. Gove, Manager.
PAUL BAUMEL. ASSAYER AND ANALYST;
gold dust bought. 22S Stark st.
NIXON i DOLPH, GENERAL PRACTITION
ers. Notaries Public. 502 Commercial bldg.
J. HUNTER. STEAM CARPET AND MAT
tress cleaner, 550 Jefferson. Phone Main 214.
A. F. JONES CO., steam carpet and mattress
cleaners, S. 1st and GIbbs. Both phones UOd.
Carpcntem and Builders.
JOHN A. MELTON. CARPENTER AND
builder. 307 Stark st.: office and store fix
tures built and remodeled, altering and re
pairing houses; grill work. Phone Main 747.
FLY SCREENS, LATEST, CHEAPEST. GOR
don, removed 20S Fourth. Tel. Clay 174.
Chlrododlsts and Manicuring.
MITCHELL, THE FIRST LICENSED EX-
fiert chiropodist fn Portland, indorsed by
eadlng physicians and patronized by the
T. P. A. of the world; charges, $1 per treat
ment. Office in Knight's Shoe Store, corner
5th and Washington, opposite Perkins Hotel.
ueiepnono. omce. iioou iia; resiaence, west
WM. DEVENY &ESTELLE DEVENY, THE
only scientific chiropodists, parlors 301 Allsky
building. Third and Morrison. Oregon phona
Grant 10. This is the long-haired gentleman.
He is the man you are looking for.
PHILIP G. EASTWICK. CIVIL. MINING
and hydraulic engineer. C53 Worcester block.
Madam Johnston, reliable clairvoyant, palm
ist, card reader, tells past, present and fu
ture; What she tells cornea true. A visit to
251 Fifth st. near City Hall, will convince
you. For question by mall, $1.
WESTERN FEED & FUEL CO.. DEALERS
In all kinds coal, coke, charcoal. Try the
Rock Springs. 151 North Fifth. Both phones.
VULCAN COAL CO., WHOLESALE DEAL
ers best coals, foundry and smelter coke.
Coal and Wood.
BROWN Sz HICKS. COAL AND DRY WOOD,
foot Yamhill st. Both phones. Main 715.
HERMANN METZGER. PURCHASER OF
hides, pelts, furs, wool, mohair, tallow, old
rubber and old metal and general commission
merchant. Front St., near Main. Portland.
Or. Cash advances on consignments.
TAYLOR. YOUNG & CO.. SHIP BROKERS
and commission merchants, Sherlock build
ing. Portland. Or.
ALLEN & LEWIS. COMMISSION AND PRO
duce merchants. Front & D sts., Portland. Or.
SUNSET CREAMERY. 281 First; both phones;
butter, cheese, milk, cream and Ice cream.
Dyeing and Clcnning.
PORTLAND STEAM DYEING & CLEANING
Works Dyeing and cleaning of genu' cloth
ing; good work; prices reasonablo. 211 4th
st. Phone Oregon Clay 704.
H. W. TURNER, professional dyer and clean
er. 301 17th, cor. Columbia. Tel. Red 131.
Vander Natllen Engineering School, 113 Fulton
at.. San Fran. Ask for catalogue. Estab. 18S4.
Fence and Wire "Works.
OLD EAST PORTLAND FENCE AND WIRE
Works. A. Carlson. 2S9 East Morrison st.
HOT-AIR FURNACES. J. C. BAYER, 2C5
Halrdrcsslng, Toupees, Manicuring.
ROSENTHAL SISTERS. 1G0 FLFTH ST.
Switches, toupees, halrdresslng. manlqurlng.
Leather and Findings.
THE BREYMAN LEATHER CO., MFRS.
boot and shoe uppers, findings, shoe store
supplies, leather of all kinds. 73 Front st-
J. A. REID. mfr. boot and shoe uppers; full
stock shoemakers' supplies. 207 Wash. st.
HAMBURG - BREMEN FIRE INS. CO., 102
First st. Paul van Frldagh. General Agent-
Order of Washington, foremost fraternal so
ciety of N. W.; protects The living. J. L.
Mitchell. Sup. Sec'y, 012-615 Marquam bldg.
Junlc, Hides and Pelts.
L. Shank & Co. pay highest prices for old
rubber, metals, bottles, iron, rags.- hides,
pelts and tallow. 812 Front. Tel. South 991.
Harness and Saddles.
THE GEORGE LAWRENCE CO., WHOLE
sale saddlers and harness manufacturers,
leather and saddlery hardware. 72 Front St.
JOHNSON & LUTHER: SINGLE AND
double harness? high-class finish and work
manship: up-to-date styles. Cor. 0th and Pine.
THE BREYMAN LEATHER CO.. WHOLE
ralo eaddle and harness mfra., raddlery hard
ware, leather of all kinds. 73 Front st.
TRENKMAN & CO., MINING. SAW-MILL,
logging machinery, hydraulic pipes, castings
of all kinds repaired. 104 North Fourth st-
THE IL C. ALBEB CO.; SECOND-HAND
machinery, saw mills, etc. 248 Grand ave.
TATUM & BOWEN. PORTLAND. SAN
300 WASHINGTON ST., SOUTHWEST COR
ner of Park, rooms 1 and 3, the Snowdn
bathrooms; vapor baths, with massagi; nlo
electric treatment. Oregon puor.e Hood 9u4.
Refined young lady from Boston gives latest
Improved methods, massago, vapor, perfume
baths; try the famous Assyrian treatmont.
163 Park st.. corner Morrison, room 5.
French lady, graduate of best Parisian schools,
gives massage treatment; very select. 208 5th.
Thermal bathfl and scientific massage, ladles
and gentc Rooms 26 and 27, 323 Wash. st.
SCIENTIFIC MASSAGE, BY NEW YORK
graduate. No fake. 351 Morrison, room 16.
VAPOR BATHS AND MASSAGE PARLORS.
213 Third st, corner Salmon.
K. N. KIrlyama Co., Japanese goods, bamboo
furniturpf 207 Wash. st. Phone South 2441.
Manufacturer of Ladles' Goods.
Full line nicely made Summer shirtwaists, etc..
ladles' underwear made to order: moderato
prices. Sing Chong Co., 333 Morrison.
Oregon Vlnvl Co.
LEWIS BLDG.. PARK AND MORRISON STS.
Health talk3 to ladles, Thursdays. 2:30tP. M.
FIRST-CLASS PASTURE. 50c PER MONTH.
Thcmas Carmlchael. Agent. Gaston. Or.
Pasture 7 miles from Portland. Apply Oregon
Iron & Steel Co.. 339 Sherlock building.
MR. LADD'S CANYON FARM IS NOW
open for pasture. F. A. Miller. Supt.
PhyalcInnM and Surgeons.
DR. MRS. CAREY TALBOTT SUCCESSFUL
ly treats and cures all diseases of women.
Successful home treatment by mall. 303 Sal
mon St.. between Fifth and Sixth.
DR. JAMES DICKSON. SPECIALIST IN KID
ney and skin diseases. Odd Fellows" Temple.
Dr. Flora A. Brown; diseases of women and
children a specialty. Office 517 The Dekum.
SPANISH RESTAURANT, 266 DAVIS. ORE
gon phone Clay 812. Genuine chicken tamalcs.
Roof-Painting and Repairing.
SEYBOLD BROS.. PAINTERS OF METAL
11c and felt roofs: old roofs made good as
new. Address P.. O. bor 535.
Storage and Transfer.
C. O. PICK, office 8S First, bet- Stark and
Oak; phone 590. Pianos and furniture moved
and packed for shipping; commodious fire
proof brick warehouse; Front and Clay sts.
BEWARE. Certain "STANDARD" safes sold
are trustworthy until tested by fire. Avoid
thin walls. DIEBOLD safes open after fire,
preserving contents. LOCKOUTS opened,
general repairs, burglar alarms. Jails, safes
exchanged. J. E. Davis. 66 Third.
SAFES New safes tested for 57 years and
found strictly flro ana burglar-proof. Second-hand
safes very cheap. Call and eee.
Portland Safe & Loqk Co.. 205 Second st.
HALL'S SAFES. STANDARD OF THS
world. Norrls Safe & Lock Co., 2d and Stark.
ROYAL NOVELTY CO., 310 STARK ST.;
largest variety. Supplies and repairing a
specialty. Phone North 1411.
LATEST STYLES: REPAIRING A SPECIAL
ty. Transcontinental Machine Co., 343 Wash.
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 676.
STORAGE AT LOW RATES CAN BE HAD
at Fred Blckel's storehouse, 31 North Front.
FREE. FREE. FOR ONE AND ALL. SEEINO
Is believing. De Amandus, the silent friend.
Is now permanently located at 167 First st..
room 7. where he will be greatly pleased to
receive his many dear friends, and those de
siring a spiritual consultation and readings
on all affairs, business or domestic.
GERTRUDE MYREN THIS TALENTED
spiritualistic medium is unlike all others;
she restores lost affections, locates missing
property, brings Joy and gladness to suffering
hearts; always gives satisfaction; thousands
can today so testify. Consult her at onco.
Room 507 Goodnough building.
Mrs. Stevens, spiritual life reader: scientific!
palmist; past and future. 50c 221 Morrison.
Showcases and Store Fixtures.
R. LUTKE & CO.. SUCCESSORS TO DIXON.
Borgeson Co.. Sixth and Hoyt sts.
PORTLAND TRUNK CO.. 60 THIRD ST.;
wholesale and retail. Send for catalogue.
DEKUM ELECTRIC LIGHT Turkish baths;
hours ladles. 0 to 3; gentlemen. 3:30 to"9.
Columbia Bar-Lock Visible Typewriter; get
catalogue. 319 California st.. San Francisco.
H. P. CHRISTEN3EN. wall paper, graining
paper, picture framing. 141 7th, cor. Alder.
WatchmakcrM and Jewelers.
JOHN A. BECK, WATCHES. DIAMONDS.
Jewelry, silverware. 207 Morrison. Repairing.
WISCONSIN JEWELER: WATCHES, clocks.
Jewelry, repairing: optical goods. 171 First.
ALLEN & LEWIS. WHOLESALE GROCERS,
cor. N. Front and Davis sts., Portland. Or.
WELLS. FARGO & CO.'S BANK
CASH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $9,500,000
DUDLEY EVANS.. ACTG PRESIDENT
HOMER S. KING MANAGER
R. LEA BARNES CASHIER
JOHN E. MILES ASSISTANT CASHIER
General Banking Business transacted. Ex
change sold and Letters of Credit Issued,
available In all parts of the world.
MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK
J. FRANK WATSON President
K. L- DURHAM Vice-President
R. W. HOYT Cashier
GEO. W. HOYT Assistant Cashier
United States Depository. ... .
TRANSACTS A GENERAL JJANKING
Drafts and letters of credit Issued available
In all parts of the world.
Collections a specialty. Gold dust bought.
LONDON AND SAN FRANCISCO BANK,
Chamber of Commerce building Third and
Head office, 55 Old Broad 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 of tho
world. Deals In foreign and domestic ex
change. Interest paid on term deposits.
W. A. MACRAE. Manager.
AINSWQRTH NATIONAL BANK
CORNER THIRD AND OAK STS.
J. C. AINSWORTH President
PERCY T. MORGAN Vice-President
R. W. SCHMEER Assistant Cashier
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKINO BU3I
Interest paid on time deposits.
SAFE DEPOSIT DEPARTMENT.
THE UNITED STATES NATIONAL BANK
Transacts a General Banking Business.
Drafts Issued available In all cities of the
United States and Europe.
President TYLER WOODWARD
Vice-President JACOB KAMM
Cashier F. C. MILLER
THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE
With which la amalgamated
THE BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Capltal paid up $8,000,000
Transacts a General Banking Business.
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT.
Accounts opened for sums of $10 and upwards
and Interest allowed on minimum monthly bal
ances. Rates on application.
214 WASHINGTON ST.
E. A. .WYLD, Manager.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF PORTLAND, OR.
Designated Depository and Financial Agent of
the United States.
President H. W. CORBETT
Vice-President A. L. MILLS
Cashier J. W. NEWKIRK
Assistant Cashier.... W. C. ALVORD
Second Assistant Cashier B. F. STEVENS
Letters of credit Issued, available In Europe
and the Eastern States.
Sight exchange and telegraphic transfers sold
on New York. Boston, Chicago. St. Louis ,tS.
Paul. Omaha. San Francisco and the principal
points in the Northwest.
Sight and time bills drawn In sums to suit
on London. Paris. Btrlln. Frankfort-on-the-Maln,
Hong Kong. Yokohama. Copenhagen.
Chrlstlanla. Stockholm, St. Petersburg, Mos
cow, Zurich. Honolulu.
Collections made on favorable terms.
LADD & TILTON, BANKERS
ESTABLISHED IN 1S39.
Transacts a General Banking Business.
Interest allowed on time deposits.
Collections made at all points On favorable
terms. 'Letters of credit Issued available In
Europe and the Eastern States.
Sight Exchange and Telegraphic Transfers
sold on New York. Washington Chicago. St.
Louis, Denver, Omaha. San Francisco and va
rious points in Oregon, Washington, Idaho,
Montana and British Columbia.
Exchange sold on London. Paris, Berlin.
Frankfort and Hong Kong.