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THE MORNING OJiEGONIAN, 'SATURDAY JULY 19, 1SU2.'
COR. 13TH AND "WASHINGTON STB.
EVERY EVENING ADMISSION. 10c .
THE VOLTENS, Acrobats.
DALTON AND LEWIS, Dancing .Comedians.
DUFFY CHILDREN. Juvenile Artists.
LEONORE, Operatic Star.
MONS. JAMES. Slack Wire.
JOE THOMPSON. Illustrated Songs.
POLYSCOPE. Moving Pictures.
SHIELDS ORCHESTRA, Sam Drlscoll Leader.
Amateur Night, Friday. .
FOR SALE REAL KSTATE.
FOR A COLONY OF-ROMESEEKERS
1500 acres, good strawberry and apple land,
cast side Little White Salmon River, Ska
mania County, Washington: C miles from
Hood River; 1000 acres In one body of nearly
level A No. 1 agricultural land; 200 acre
timber: 5 to 10 acres In cultivation; 7 miles
flume; 20 acres and store building on Colum
bia River, at Drain Landing; 000 Inches
water perpetual right already acquired; 10
cubic feet water per second filed on addition
al: good timothy and clover land- fine range;
title perfect: patented Ian Price. Including
-water right and flume, $12 per acre cash.
Must be sold together. Inquire of John Ice
land Henderson and -J. H. Short. Hood River.
Or., or J. D. Casey, Hllgard, Or., sole owners.
FOR SALE ABOUT 75 ACRES OF HIGHLY
improved land; two houses, two barns, and
gardsns; will sell -whole or part, cheap; Stew
art Station, on Mount Scott car line. Is on
the place. Apply to Charles E. Stewart,
BRICK BLOCK. THREE STORIES. FOUR
storerooms, well rented, and rooming-house,
40 rooms; will pay handsome interest on in
vestment: 225,000. part down. Columbia
Real Estate & Trust Co., 234 Morrison st.
LARGE OR SMALL TRACTS. JUST THE
place for gardens or suburban home; gunning
water; eaey terms. Call on O. H. Mathews,
Mllwaukie. Or., between 2 and 4 P.M.
tlOOO NEAT COTTAGE AND LOT 50x100
feet, at Woodlawn; part casta, balance In In
ctallments. Inquire at M. Billings' Shoe
Store. 229 Mcrrlson.
HOUNT SCOTT REAL ESTATE: OFFICE.
Lents, Or. All kinds property cheap. Tak
Mount Scott car; Tare 5 cents. O. R. Addlton.
WILL BUILD HOUSES ON INSTALLMENTS.
Lots. 21st and Clinton. $350 each. $5 per
month. W. Reldt. 15 Washington block.
BOO ACRES. 14 MILES FROM CITY. SUITA
ble for stock range, with running water.
Owner, Edw. Joost, 227 Washington st.
TWO LOTS ON ST. JOHNS CAR LINE, . $35
each. Brown. 353 Stark at.
TIMBER. LAND FOR SALE.
HOMESTEAD AND TIMBER CLAIMS WE
have reliable information on come good va
cant claims. All filings guaranteed correct.
Ames Mercantile Agency. Ablngton building.
CAN LOCATE YOU ON BEST TIMBER
claims now vacant; also give free Informa
tion regarding timber and homestead rights.
421 Ablngton building.
S. W. Vt SEC. 32, T. 5 N., R. 3 W.; WILL
cut 12,000,000: logging stream runs through
the place; $13 per acre. R. Goodrich. Spo
10,000 CORDS OF FIR. CEDAR AND MA
ple on stump, near city, for sale. Geo.
Otten. 613 Washington st.
0 ACRES TIMBER. ON SIUSLAW .RIVER,
about 4.000,000 feet, only $250. 504 Gold
Few homestead ana timoer claims left, close
in. See Geo. Henley, 20th and Carter, city.
Choice homesteads and timber claims located.
423 Ablngton bldg. Phone Grant 241.
FOR SALE FARMS.
FOR SALE OR RENT FIRST-CLASS IM
proved river-bottom farm; excellent dairy
ranch; within mile of railroad station, con
venient to Seattle -and other Sound cities.
312 acres, one mile river front, two spring
branches. 3 barns; comfortable house. 2
county roads, small orchard; 75 acres
cleared; tenant keepg 55 head of stock, in
cluding 13 dairy cows, and cultivates part of
cleared land. Price $32.50 per acre; one-third
cash, easy terms. Addrew Washington Loan
& Trust Company, Seattle, Wash
FINE STOCK FARM OF 720 ACRES. WELL
Improved; all under 'fence, with first-class
house and barns and outbulldlnrs; good or
chard. C miles from town, on county road;
25 head good cattle and 500 head fine Angora
goats; to sell or trade for Portland property;
would assume mortgage. Address lock-box
1S3, Granfs Pass, Or.
20 ACRES. ALL KINDS FRUIT AND BER-'
ries, good house, barn, outbuildings; crop'
worth $800; graded school, store, P. O., It.
R. and boat landing; $1000, part, long time.
S. D. Taylor, owner. Felida. Wash.
IMPROVED FARMS FOK SALE IN ALL
parts of Oregon und Washington: payments
made Jto suit purchasers. For full particulars
as to various properties apply to MacMaster
& Blrrell. 311 Worcester block.
FOR SALE $1500 JC0 ACRES; 40 CLEARED,
orchard, small house, 1,000.000 feet saw tim
ber, 500 telegraph posts, 1000 piling; 4 miles
from railroad station. T CO, Oregonlan.
SMALL ORCHARDS. WITHIN 'TWO MILES
of statehouse. Fred Hurst. Salem.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE JERSEY BULL. "SCAPPOOSE
King." 6470S. A J. C. C. dropped Jan. 8.
1690. solid color; price $loo. Also tome lull
blood large Yorkshire boar pigs, 4 months
old; price $10 each. G. A .tiegele, Scap
FOR SALE 45 COWS. 17 YEARLINGS, 10
Spring calves, one registered 2-year-old Here
ford bull, one full-blooded Short horn bull, in
Clackamas County. 1-or further particulars
inquire 141 11th St., city. '
New TYPEWRITERS, all makes. RENTED
and SOLD. Expert repairing. Office sup
plies; Mlmeograpn work; Public typewriting.
Coast Agency Co.. 2SI Stark. Tel. Oak 1071.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FINE BODY OF
timber for sawmill or cordwood, near Port
land, near boat landing and railroad. 30c
per 1000. T 67. Oregonlan.
BABY UPRIGHT WEBER PIANO. NEW.
library and parlor furniture; party going
East. Mrs. Eugene L. Sehaefer. 055 Flan
ders, near 20th.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE 40 ACRES OF
timber land, 16 miles from Portland.. Call or
address A. W. Miller, Tremont P. O:. or.
FOR SALE HORSE. BUGGY AND HARNESS
and camping wagon, with complete outnt,
128 East 33d St.
SMALL STEAM LAUNCH FOR SALE. IN
qulre at Columbia boathouse, foot of Salmon
60DA FOUNTAIN. FIRST-CLASS AND IN
good condition. Address D 24. ctro Orego
nlan. Second-hand safe, easy payments. Norrls Safe
Co.. SI First st., second door north of Stark.
All kinds hardware, tools, stoves, furniture,
paintings. Incubators, at sacrifice. 187 Front.
Wolfsteln buys and sells all kinds wagons,
buggies, harness, farm Implements. 227 Front,
WAGONS. HARNESS. SADDLES, all kinds,
lowest prices. Tomllnson & Hall, 211 Wash.
TWO COWS. FOUR GALLONS EACH. $35
and $40. 445 Xorth 10th at.. 16th-street car.
SAFES, NEW AND SECOND-HAND, CHEAP.
Exchange your old one for a new. 205 2d.
$1.00 ONLY-SOLID GOLD RINGS. GUARAN
teed. Uncle Myers. 143 Third, near Alder.
HORSES FOR SALE BY L. O. RALSTON.
Barn. 637 Jefferson; residence. COS Market.
FOR SALE-ROWBOATS. AT A BARGAIN.
Apply to C. Cardlnell. J2th and College.
FOR SALE SOME FINE POINTER PUPS, 2
uiunuu) ojc, wen orea. mj4 Fourth st.
FOR SALE-ONE UPRIGHT COLBY PIANO.'
first-class. Inquire 330 East Sixth st,
50-POUND HORSE, CART AND HARNESS.'
$35; gentle. 127 East 30th.
"S8-,-7 JrEARS OL. WEIGHT 1040 LBS.
Call 313 Water st.
HELP IV ANTED MALE.'
HOOK TENDER. S3; ONE. S3.23; HEAD
ir S3.p. seoaA. 52. 75; rigging rustlers,
$2.75 to $3; buckers. $2.60 and $2.75: swamp
ers and barkers. $2.25; laborers, J2; 2 mill
wrights. $3; ratchet setter. $2.25; 2 trimmers.
$2.50, boom man. $2.25; knot s.awyer. 10c:
shingle Backers. 7c: mm hands, $2. pass;
bookkeeper, transportation company. SCO up;
Burley drill miner. $3.75; bridge painters.
$2.50. carpenters. 37c. camp took and help
ers. $1.10; laborers, city. $2; farm hands. $30:
milkers, 30 and $35; haymakers. S1.50, bd.;
woodchoppers. oole and nost cutters; plenty
of work. Canadian Employment Co.. 226
Morrison: branches. 247 Burnslde. 51 North
Third. 155 North Sixth. 128 First.
A GOOD ALL-AROUND BLACKSMITH
helper. Apply In person. Long Job, good
wages. John Gaarde, TIgardvIlle. Or.
WANTED-25 LINEMEN ON SEATTLE-TA-coma
Interurban Road. Apply to Eugene
Vaxwell, camp at Kent, Wash.
HELP .WANTED MALE. ,
WANTED ' , t
For Lyle-Goldendale road, up the Columbia,
all -Summer and Fall work 50 teamsters; Ja
borenTand 'drillers.? $2 a cay. board $3.50 per
week. 15 axjmen to -cut small timber and
clear land for right of way; no prevl&us ex
perience needed; $2.25 a day, board $3.50a
Wheelwright, or man who can repair work
wagons, ocrapers, etc.; $00 and found.
UTAH STATE 40 scraper teamsters want
. cdfcste ady work. FREE FARE. ;.
NEVADA STATE-Tunnel men. machine
runners, helpers, rrock men, laborers; FREE
' " MISCELLANEOUS
SPECIAL TODAY Wanted 3 mere youths
for light work In box .factory. $20 to $30 a
month, board and lodging; no experience
needed; steady work; fares paid. ALSO
7 men, no experience needed, to do general
labor work around a mill and yards; $28 and
board -and lodging per-nronth, and-rapid in
crease for steady and willing workers; work
the year round. Come and see about this. If
you iavo no trade, here is a chance to learn
one, and get well paid while working and
Hook tender, $3.75; 2 swampers. $2.25; rig
ging rustler. $2.75; 4 laborers. $2.
Camp cook. $00; boat waiter; free fari
Fireman for steam shovel. $C0 to $75 and
found, 20 days work, steady; 4 laborers,
same place, above Seattle, $2.25 day; a track
and surfacing gang, $2 to $2.25 and ffee fare.
2 stonecutters, $5. 8 hours, .half fare paid,
2 months' work. 3 ax meni $45 and 'found,
free fare. -,
C. R, HANSEN & CO.. 28 N. Second at.
MANAGER WANTED IN EVERY COUNTY
to handle inquiries, answer local correspond
ence and appoint, agents for -New York cor
poration; permanent, profitable position, as
suring income that will. Increase each year:
whole time not necessary. Application want
ed only from men of good reputation, gentle
manly address, wide acquaintance and undis
puted reliability. Address Secretary. 231
Broadway (second floor). New York City.
WANTED TWO GIRLS. AGED 18. GOOD
family, as cashiers mercantile house; experi
ence not necessary; fine opportunity right
persona. Also woman to take charge of girls'
department of employment office. Also' ex
perienced clerks. Investigate. Clerks'. Reg
istration Bureau. 227 Washington st.
WANTED FOR U. S. ARMY ABLE-BODIED
unmarried men between Ages of 21 and 85, cit
izens of United States, of good character and
temperate habits, who can speak, read and
write English. For information apply to Re
cruiting Officer, Third and Stark sts., Port
IF YOU WISH TO GET WHAT YOU HAVE
the ability to earn, register with us, where
employers requiring reliable, skilled help, any
line, can find you; no fee until situation is
secured; strictly confidential; investigate.
Clerks' Registration Bureau, 227 Washing
ton. BOY WANTED TO LEARN OFFICE WORK;
must be clean, active and respectful; none
others need apply;' good chance for advance
ment. Address, , in own handwriting, stating
age and giving references, G 205, care Orego
nlan. Men to learn barber traae. Only, two months
required. Constant practice and expert in
struction. Great demand for barbers. Special
- lnducementh this month. Catalogue free.
Molers Barber College, San Francisco. Cal.
$150 PER MONTH; PERMANENT POSITION
as special solicitor for established local finan
cial institution; must have best of reference
and be experienced In Insurance or other
high-class soliciting. P 08. care Oregonlan.
WANTED TWO BRIGHT BOYS, 18. AS
stock clerks; experienced packer; dry gbods
clerks; registered druggist; butcher, single
man; floor walker. Clerks' Registration Bu
reau. 2274 Washington.
CIGAR SALESMAN, WITH ESTABLISHED
trade with large dealers who buy direct
from factories. Address, with full particu
lars, H. C. Fisher. -Fisher bldg.. Chicago.
WANTED ALL-AROUND MAN FOR CALI
fornia country printing oflice. See "ad" in
August National Printer Journalist;- price
25c, Caxton building. Chicago.
WANTED BRIGHT OFFICE BOY. WITH
fair education, not under 15 years, for whole
tale house; good chanoe to advance. Ad
dress B CO, caro Oregonlan.
WANTED TEAMS FOR LIGHT R. R. WORK
near the city; $4.50 per day. Apply to C. R.
Hansen & Co.. 26 N. Second at., for further
WANTED MEN FOR QUARRY WORK;
drillers, $2.25; pick and snovel men, $2 per
day. Apply D. E. Budd, 110 First , No
MUCKERS WANTED AT IRON -"MOUNTAIN,
Cal. -wages $2.50, per -day? take train to
Kesv-4ck,,.Cal., and apply xo. Mountain Copper
THE COLUMBUS CALIFORNIA WINE DE
pot, P. Loratl. Prop.. 148 4th. Hdqrs. for
cooks,, waiters and. bartenders. Col. phn. 209.
"WANTED TWO FIRST-CLASS SHIP DUB
bers at Prosper; $5 per day; immediately.
Address George Ross, Prosper, Coos Co., Or.
WANTED A PIANO PLAYER, COMIC SLNG
er and dancer, for saloon. Address or tele,
phone W. W. Johnson & Co., Burns, Or.
NEWSPAPER CANVASSERS WANTED.
Call between 4:30 and 5:30 any afternoon.
R. B. Rich. 103 Third st.
WANTED A FEW GOOD MACHINE MEN.
Apply Doernbecher Mfg. Co.. East 2Sth and
O. R. & N. .track.
WANTED DRAFTSMAN. IN RAILROAD
office in Portland. Address H 69, care Orego
nlan. 10 TEAMS FOR HAULING WOOD; $1.10 PER
cord. Inquire of Crown Paper Co., Oregon
WANTED A REGISTERED DRUG CLERK;
single man preferred. O CO. care Oregonlan.
WANTED EXPERIENCED LAUNDRY
help. Oregon Laundry Co.. 364 East Oak st.
Hotel cooks. Baker; camp waiter; blacksmith,
$50; loggers; everybody. Drake, 205 Wash.
BARBER WANTED AT THE ST. CHARLES
barber shop; good wages. 202 Morrison su
WANTED-TRAVELING MAN TO CARRY Al
side line. Address L CS, care Oresonian.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY. GOOD SECOND
cook for the beach. Apply at 40 First st.
YOUNG MAN TO TAKE CARE OF HORSES.
Call 19 Hamilton building. 131 Third at.
WANTED MEN AND BOYS TO GET 10c
haircut or 5c shave, at 201 Bumslde st.
WANTED-BARBER. REGULAR SATURDAY
Job. A. T. Nledermeyer, 289 First bu
SALESMAN CITY. COUNTRY. STAR MAN.
utacturlng Co.. 242 Washington st.
BARBER WANTED. AT 305 FIRST ST.
must be first-class.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
CHAMBERMAIDS: WAITRESSES"; COAST,
country, city and other towns; cooks, $20 to
$50; housekeepers: second girls; nurse girls;
laundry help; dishwashers; housework, city
and country, all prices. Canadian Parlors,
PLAIN WRITERS: HOME EMPLOYMENT;
cop ins small blanks; rate $25 per 1000;
two stamps for particulars. Occidental Com
mercial Agency, Desk 12, Chicago.
WANTED A COMPETENT GIRL, GENER
al housework, family two; $2u per month;
permanent and a good home. 761 East Bum
WANTED IMMEDIATELY. COMPETENT
cooks and housework girls; good wages. St.
Louis. 240 lamnlil. Phone Black iiSl.
WANTED VERY COMPETENT SECOND
girl, with references; private family; wages
$25. 230 Yamhill. Pnone Black 2881.
HOUSEKEEPER, COUNTRY; NO OBJEC
tlon to one or two children. Call 0 A. M.,
Canadian Parlors. 228 Morrison.
EXPERIENCED WAITRESS. THOMPSON'S
Restaurant, Fifth st., between Washington
WANTED GIRL TO CLERK IN CIGAR AND
confectionery store. Apply 475 Williams ave.
WANTED GIRL TO ASSIST IN CARE OF
Infant and second work. Inquire 169 23d st.
WANTED EXPERIENCED LAUNDRY
help. Oregon Laundry Co., 304 East Oak st.
WAITRESSES AND LAUNDRY HELP,
beach. Canadian Parlors. 228 Morrison.
5 waitresses, city and out. $20 up; cook mln'l
springs. $25. Drake. 205 Washington.
WANTED WOMAN TO DO SMALL FAMILY"
washing, weekly. Phone West 2S43.
GIRL TO TAKE BABY OUT; NO HOUSE
work; small .wages. 4S5 Alder st.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. Apply at 475 Main st.
WANTED A GIRL TO DO HOUSEWORK
and cooking. 747 Gllsan at.
GIRL TO DO HOUSEWORK. MRS. R. L.
Cate. 050 Belmont.
WAITRESSES WANTED AT WATSON'S
HELP "WASTED MALE OP. FEMALE
WANTED EXPERIENCED MARKER AND
-distributor, at Union Laundry.
SITUATIONS WANTED MALE.
Bookkeepers and Clerks.
EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPHER AND
bookkeper wishes position; can give good ref
erences. Q CS. care Oregonlan.
RELIABLE MARRIED MAN OF 38 WANTS
position with wholesale Zrm or as collector;
bond given. F 68. Oreronlan.
A RELIABLE MAN OF EXPERIENCE
wishes position as collector or ofilce work. Y
CS. care Oregonlan.
GARDENER. FURNACE MAN AND GEN
eral housework, with kit repairing tools; ex
perience. R 68. Oregonlan
WANTED BY A YOUNG MAN. POSITION
in cigar store; experience and reference. S
GOOD JAPANESE BOY WANTS PLACE TO
cook and do general housework. Q 60, Ore
gonlan. SITUATION WANTED FEMALE.
COMPETENT NURSE GIRL DESIRES SIT
uatlon with family going to coast. 2o0
YamhllL Phone Black 2581.
A SEAMSTRESS WOULD LIKE PLAIN
sewing in family, Saturdays; $1 per day.
Phone Clay 736.
AGENTS ON SALARY OR COMMISSION.
The greatest agents' seller ever produced;
evuy user of pen and ink buys It on eight;
200 to 500 per cent profit; one agent's tales
amounted to $C2o In six days; anotner $J2 In
two hours. Monroe Mlg. Co., X44, La
AGENTS WANTED. CALL OR ADDRESS
for particulars of best-paying proposition on
Coast, Imperial Supply Co., 224 First st.,
WANTED TO REXT.
WELL-FURNISHED HOUSE. NOT FAR OUT,
for family of three, must be modern. Pnone
Green 710. 449 South Third st.
7 OR 8-ROOM HOUSE, WEST 10TH. BE
tween Taylor and Marshall; state terms. K
CO, Oregonlan. .
IV ANTED MISCELLAXEO US.
wanted Ancient indian pipes, ban-
ner stones, bird stones, very long spears, and
about 5000 extra nne Oregon arrows. John
A. Beck, 3346 Fifth ave., Pittsburg. Pa.
Wanted to exchange first-clajs.
.nearly new piano fur good, reliable and thor
oughly aound team or medlum-weignt dmft
horses. AaareM K. 40, Oregoni&n.
HIGHEST PRICES rAlD FOR 'MEN'S CAST
off clothing -and hoea. C2 North. 3d. Puon
Hood 517. Orders promtply attended to.
WANTED $3000 TO PLACE PATENTED IN
vention on market: small articles, easily
manufactured. X 66, Oregonlan.
SCHOOL BOOKS BOUGHT; HIGHEST PRICE
paid. 229 Vamhlll st.
THE PALMER HOUSE, S. E. COR. ALDEH
and Park sts., formerly The Spalding The
most complete apartment-house m tue city,
team neat, gat, electric light, porcelain
baths, every taocern convenience. Kates 75c
per day, $2 per week, ana upward. Fur
nished Housekeeping suites a specialty. v
FOUR OR FIVE FURNISHED OR UNFUR
nlsned rooms, for men, witn reterences; no
children; no jother loomers; in very uealra
ble location, with small family. Address K
6, care Oregonlan.
UNFURNISHED ROOMS, UPPER FLOOR OF
private residence, 3 nice rooms; two large
closets; very reasonaoie. 11 East 10th m.
north, between Burnsido and Ankeny.
THE PLEASANTON, 2tbfe Tniro st. Fine f ur
lilehed sunny rdofns, en uUe, single or house
keeping; transient solicited. Pnone South 231.
THE COSMOS, S. E. corner Morrison and 4th
Fine rooms; central; clean; quiet and reason
able; housekeeping suites or two or more.
THE CALUMET. 7th and Alder Rooms, with
running -water, private bath suites; hotel
service, $1 per day up; reasonable per mo.
THE NEWCASTLE. S. E. COR. THIRD AND
Harrison its. Room, furnisned or unfur
nished, all modem conveniences: reference.
NICELY FURNISHED ROOM; CENTRALLY
located; all conveniences; private famny;
gentlemen only; rent reasonable. 256 11th.
The La Porte. 170 Third, cor. Yamhill First
class, clean, neat rooms, $1.25 per week up;
transient. 25c day up; transient solicited.
PLEASANT ROOM. FOR GENTLEMEN,
two blocks from Portland Hotel; no chil
dren. 364 Taylor st. Phone, bath.
LARGE, WELL-FURNISHED FRONT ROOM,
with alcove; electricity, modern conveniences,
use phone; $18.50. 170 North 16th.
THREE HANDSOME ROOMS, COMPLETE;
electric lights, bath, telephone, linen. Call
after 2 o'clock, 487 East Ankeny.
FURNISHED ROOMS, $1 WEEK UP; BRICK
building. Victor House. 171 Front, be
tween Morrison and Yamhill.
'ERY DESIRABLE. NEWLY FURNISHED
front alcove room: bath, gas 'and telephone.
814 Mill. cor. Sixth.
THE AVALON, 413 WASHINGTON NICE
ly furnished rooms, single or en suite; mod
TWO NICELY FURNISHED FRONT ROOMS,
with alcove; bath and telephone. 354 Oak.
THIRD STREET. 169 FRONT, SIDE AND
back rooms; clean double beds; $1.5o. i-25,
100 10TH ST. (NEXT DOOR TO MORRISON
st. Well-furnished room; modern conven
iences. FOR RENT NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS,
for gentlemen. 361 Taylor at. Phone Front
TWO NEATLY FURNISHED ROOMS; BATH,
phone. 427 Alder, near 11th. Rent $7 and $8.
Furnished rooms. $1 week t:;-. Gllman Hotel,
1st & .vlder; Tremont Hotel. 7th and-Everetr.
ALPINE FLATS. COR. FOURTH AND MOR
nson Furnished rooms, en suite or single.
THE NEWLAND, 306 FIRST NEWLr
furnished rooms; electric llgnt and bath.
FOR RENT A FURNISHED FRONT ROOM,
first floor, bay window. At 334 Seventh at.
$10-FURNISHED ROOM. MODERN CON-
venlences. 170 North 16th at.
Rooms With. Beard.
PORTLAND WOMEN'S UNION; 15TH YEAR;
rooms, with board; use of sewing-ioom; use
of library. Woman's Exchange; Industrial
School. Address Mrs. C. E. George. Super
intendent. 510 Flanders st.
HOTEL BROWN FINEST ROOMS IN THE
city: all newly furnished; hot and cold water;
baths, electric tights, elevator; table flrat
class; cars pass the door. Tel. White 1401.
THE HESPERIAN. 533 MORRISON ST.-SE-lect
family hotel, under new management;
transients, by the day. week or month,
FURNISHED ROOMS WITH OR WrrtlXJUT
board, gas, bath, telephone. 449 Third i.
394 ALDER ST.. COR. 10TH-ONE OR TWO
furnished rooms, with board; reasonable.
FURNISHED ROOM. WITH BOARD. WITH
hot and cold water. 225 11th st.
PARLORS. FURNISHED. PRIVILEGE OF
light cooking; two housekeeping rooms, fur
nished; price $10. Phone Front 1143. 555
LARGE, AIRY UNFURNISHED HOUSE
keeping rooms; one block north of Morrison
street car, brick: no children. 108 Union
FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS:
brick building; bath, water free; cheap to
right parties. 014 Front-Caruthers. .
288 JEFFERSON ST. FLATS. FURNISHED
complete for housekeeping; gas, bath and
phone; no children: references.
454 YAMHILL ONE LARGE HOUSEICEEP
ing room, first floor; mantel bed and sink;
separate entrance; desirable.
FURNISHED ROOMS, FOR HOUSEKEEP
ing. 320 Fourth st.
THREE NEWLY PAPERED AND PAINTED
unfurnished rooms; closets, bath and pantry;
so children. 75 North 13th.
TWO LARGE FURNISHED FRONT HOUSE
kecplng rooms; nice yard, phone; no chil
dren. 81 North Ninth.
SUITE OF NEWLY FURNISHED HOUSE
keeplng rooms, $3 and $3.50 per week; cen
tral Phone Hood 10S.
ALL OR PART OF FURNISHED HOUS&
until September; cool i corns; piano. Call
mornings. 361 Seventh.
231 MARKET COOL. LIGHT SUITE OF
rooms, furnished for housekeeping; bath.
sink; no children.
FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED SUITES;
hot and cold water;- with board. 153 13th St..
THIRD ST.. 189 ROOMS AND SUITES,
furnished for housekeeping, $6 up month;
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS; FURNISHED
flat, 2 rooms, with alcove; bath and pnone.
$0; THREE PARTLY FURNISHED' BASE
ment rooms, sink and pantry; no children.
308 13th St.
THREE UNFURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING
rooms; phone and bath. 355 11th st. Phone
UNFURNISHED FLAT, 6 ROOMS; WOOD
shed. water and sink In kitchen. 28 North
351 TAYLOR FURNISHED HOUSEKEEP
ing rooms, single or en suite. Pnone AV est 14.
The Graham, 545 Wasn. si. Newly furnished
modern and desirable housekeeping suites.
HOUSEKEEPING SUITE AND TRANSIENT
rooms. The Neppacn, 21 North Third st.
THE ABBOTT. 228 WASH. Fine furnished
rooms, en suite, single or nousekeeplng.
362 FRONT ST. FURNISHED OR UNFUR
ulshed housexeeplng ana single rooms.
Furnished rooms, single or en suite, or tran
sient; brick block: 23U Russell st.
FURNISHED ROOM. FOR SLEEPING OR
housekeeping. 312 East OaK.
UNFURNISHED .PART OF HOUSE FOR
rent. 70J Second sL
FOR RENT M0DERN 7-ROOM . HOUSE;
bath, basement, yard; fine order; $JO. '.iM
East -Davis. Phone Union 806. Inquire Set
tlemler. 5-ROOM , COTTAGE. BATH BASEMENT,
etc.; good repair; Davis, near Seventh. Har
rington. 60 First, near Oak.
FOR RENT MODERN 5-ROOM FLAT, ON
corner. M. S. Kentery, Sherlock Dutidlng,
HOUSES 4 ROOMS. $7; 8 ROOMS, $12;
large yards. 234 Morrison, room 2.
DONALD G. "WOODWARD. 2C STARK ST..
rents and insurance. Phone Main 345.
FOR RENT-3-ROOM HOUSE. INQUIRE OF
Martin Winch,' 32J Abicgcon building.
HOUSE FOR RENT. EIGHT ROOMS; MOD
ern; rent $16. pnone Lnion 1632.
FOR RENT A 4-ROOM COTTAGE, WITH
bath. Apply 5J5 Clay st.
FOR RENT A 4-ROOM COTTAGE, WITH
bath. Apply 535 Clay sU
FOR RENT-FURNISHED FLAT. 5 ROOMS,
bath; also new unfurnished nat. on car line;
514 East 21st. A oodscocic car.
FOR RENT FURNISHED 8-ROOM HOUSE;
bath, electric' lights' and gas range. 3JU
FURNITURE OF 5-ROOM FLAT FOR SALE
cheap, nat for rent, $15. Inquire 402 David.
FURNISHED FLAT; ELECTRIC LIGHTS,
bath; cose In. Inquire 27.1 Seventh.
FOR RENT FURNISHED HOUSE; 173 E.
Sixth and Yamhill.
I AM NOW TREPARED TO 'GIVE GUESTS
every attention. Kloaterman cottage, which
is one .of the prettiest on tne beach; all
rooms bright and sunnyterms, $b, flu and
$12 per week. AUo two roonu, complete
tor housekeeping, tor family, 25 for seiuson.
Mrs. La Touretle. Seaview, llwaco P. O.
PLEASANT ROOMS, WITH BOARD, FOR
Summer, $8 tc $9.50 week; one mile zrom
Motat springs. or particulars address Mrs.
S. P. Jones, Cascade. Aash.
FOR RENT FOR THE SEASON. AT SEA
view. Wash., well-turnlshed cottage, b room?,
kitchen, attic, stable, on half clock, near
station. Inquire 161 Hth et.
COOL, AIRY ROOMS, WITH BOARD. IN
private family; terms $5 a week. Aadreai
Mrs. J. Wneeler, Skipanon, Clatsop County.
THE SHEEHY COTTAGE AT SEAVIEW;
four large, well-furnished rooms. Apply to
Sheeny uros., lus Sixth.
5-ROOM COTTAGE. LONG BEACH. OCEAN
front, beautiful location; adapted two fam
ilies. COO East Oak.
FOR RENT OR SALE FURNISHED COT
tage. beach lot, Tioga; very desiraDle. 387
SEACROFT. OPEN FOR THE SEASON;
rates $7 to $12 per week. Seaview. Wash.,
FOR RENT AT SEAVIEW. WASH.;' ONE
furnished room; no children. Inquire at 45
FOR SALE 5-ROOM COTTAGE AT SEASIDE.
Bargain. Address D 62, Oregonlan.
Houses for Rent Furniture for Sale
MODERN. 8 ROOMS. NEWLY PAPERED
and lurntshcd; central location; cneap rent.
U 00. Oregonlan.
FURNITURE FOR SALE; 5-ROOM FLAT,
with bath; rent $15; turniture $iou. 424 Sec
ond, fiat C
FOR RENT LARGE OFFICE. ON GROUND
floor, near cor. Third and Oak sts.; stone
building, excellent janitor service, light and
heat. C 68. Oregonlan.
OU RENT DtSKROOM. WITH DESK. AND
cvery'blng lurniantd. E. S. Jackoa jfc Co.,
246 Stark at.
NEW YORK HOTEL. GEO. W. LAMPING.
proprietor; centrally located, Hoqulam. Wash
ington; three tree sample rooms; 1 blocks
from N. P. Depot; rates $2 a day.
NINE - STALL STABLE. WITH LARGE
loft, $20 per month; will lease for a term of
years and fix to suit tenant. Inquire 26U
FOR RENT TO UNIONS. CLUBS. Associ
ations, etc, rooms 214-215 Chamber of Com
merce, Monday, Tuesday, Friaa, Saturday
or Sunday evenings; accommodates 60 peo
ple: terms. $6 per month for one nlgnt per
week. Inquire of Chas. L. Brown, 12a Sixth
st. Phone South 741.
OPPORTUNITIES TO ENGAGE IN MER
cantlle or manufacturing business in city or
country, only lcritlmate, paying propositions
handled. lntormaUon furnished parties look
ing for timber or homestead claims. Ames
Mercantile Agency. Ablngton building.
WELL-ESTABLISHED TAILOR BUSINESS
lor sale, store fixtures, sewing machines and
tools, all that Is neceunry t0 Uige business;
will sacrifice for $J0u right quick. Theo.
Hartman. Olyrnpla. Wash.
FOR SALE-CANDY KITCHEN; ONLY ONE
In city of 4000 population"; excellent oppor
tunity for candymaker. Further Information
write Fred Isensee. L. B. 169, Hoqulam,
Wash. No nrents.
WANTED SOME ONE WITH $5000 TO TAKE
one-half interest In established manufactur
ing buslnesic: will bear closest Investigation.
Address D 69. Oregonlan.
FOR SALE FOR CASH: A VERY GOOD
paylng dry goods business; no dead stock;
splendid patronage: selhng on account of 111
health. U 02. Oregonlan.
DRUG STORE. COOS BAY. ESTABLISHED
1873; choice location; stock low, less than In
voice; store and fixtures for rent. F. A.
Golden, Marshflcld. Or.
FOR SALE STUDIO ON PUGET SOUND.'
fitted to 8x10; everything In first-class order;
satisfactory reason for, selling; price $600.
Address O C2. Oregonlan.
FOR SALE IN BEST COUNTRY TOWN IN
Oregon, well-established bakery: price $S00.
Including the building, with four good living
rooms. D CS, Oregonlan. "
THE INVESTMENT OF A SMALL AMOUNT
of cash will buy a business clearing $173
monthly. 421 Ablngton building.
FOR SALE GOOD-PAYING RESTAURANT,
with old-established trade; good reasons for
selling. P 69, Oregonlan.
LARGE. WELL - LOCATED. WELL-FIN-nlshed
rooming-house to'lease for three years.
234 Morrison, room 2.
STORE FOR RENT. FIXTURES AND GRO
"cerlea for sale, on account of sickness. 641
South Second st.
CHOICE VARIETY OF CIGAR. FRUIT AND
grocery chances at bedrock prices. Slegner,
FOR SALE-GOOD. PAYING 'BUSINESS FOR
mechanic; established 15 years. 443 Wash
PARTNER WANTED WITH $500 TO INVEST
in good, paying business. Address S 68,
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE OFFICE. WITH
nice list of properties. 392 East Morrison.
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
bill st.. Portland. Or. Private waltlngrooni
for ladles. Consultation tree. Call or write.
Inclose 10 2-cent stamps.
Mme. Axa Holmes, specialise may be consulted
free. Facial and scalp treatments given,
wrinkles and all blemishes removed, hair
dyed or bleached, plastic surgery performed:
school of dermatology, massage and elec
trolysis. 311 Morr. st. opp. P. O. Black 1S23.
BUY TWO-ACRE SHARES IN THE MEX
ican Rubber Culture Co.; $5 monthly will
give annual Income of $500 for life. J. C.
Roberson. Assistant General Manager. 326
and 328 Chamber of Commerce bldg., Port
land, Or. Agents wanted.
DRESS SUITS FOR RENT. ALL SIZES
$1 a month keeps your clothing cleaned and
rressed.. buttons sewed en and rips sewed up.
Prompt calls and deliveries. Unique Tailor
ing Co.. 347 Washington, opposite Cordray'j.
A clear complexion is a Joy forever. We can
remove wrinkles, superfluous hair and all
facial blemishes PERMANENTLY. Thin and
faded hair corrected. N, Y. Electro-Therapeutic
Co.. 702 Marquam bldg. Black 2S51.
OTOSA POSITIVELY ENLARGES THE BUST
8 to 6 Inches; sold under a guarantee to do
o since 1S49. Particular fre; sealed.
Western Department Placaurd Medical Co..
Glebe bldg.. Seattle. Wash.
HAPPINESS RESTORED BY SEXINE PILLS,
the great cure for weak kidneys and nervous
weakness; $1 a box. U for $5. Sold only by
J. A Clemcnson. Druggist. Second and Yam
bill sts.. Portland, Or.
MANLY VIGOR RESTORED BY DR. ROB
erts" Nerve Globules. One month's treat
ment. $2; 3 months. $2. Sent securely sealed
by mall. Agents. Wcodard Xc Clarke. Fort
MORPHINE-oplum habits cured at home: only
remedy that cures without causing patient
any suffering whatever. Call Dr. Bruce Kim
mis. 268 Morrison, rocm 25. Portland. Or.
ENJOY LIFE BY REGAINING STRENGTH
and happiness by using Sexlne Pills: price
$1. C for $5. J. A Clemenson. Druggist, cor.
Second and Yamhill. Portland. Or.
"Decameron." "Fatal Wager." "Sweet Sin."
"Siren's Wiles," "Woman's Duplicity." "A
Modern Eden." "Temptation." "A Wily Wid
ow." 60c ea. Schmale, 229 First.
SKILLFUL. SCIENTIFIC "MANICURIST AND
chiropodist; also gives massage treatments;
terms reasonable. Oflice 20 Raleigh building.
We print your name on 30 calling cards, prop
er size and style. 25c: 250 business cards. $L
Brown & Schmale. 229 First, Portland. Or.
YOUlt PRESCRIPTIONS ARE MORE Ac
curately and reasonably filled at Eyssell's
Pharmacy, 227 Morrison t.. bet. 1st and 2d-
PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE CLUB. BOX
83. St. Louis. Mo. Marriageable men and
women send stamp for particulars.
ROBINSON STAMMERING INSTITUTE;
cures guaranteed: best references. 009 Ellis
et., San Francisco. Cal.
MISS BEE LA RUE. PROFESSIONAL.MAS
scuse, manicurist, to select patrons only.
343 Morrison, room 4.
DR. LAMOTTES FRENCH CORN PAINT.
The best corn cure. 25 cents. All druggists'.
MRS DR. McCOY and assistant; electric treat,
ments. Ross House. 211 First, cor. Salmon.
Mrs. F. J. Lynch, hati and scalp specialist.
107 Park, near Morrison- TeL Front 1615.
ONE-MINUTE. TOOTHACHE DROPS. CURE
Instantly. 10 and 25. cents. All druggists.
WOULD YOU MARRY IF SUITED? MAR
rlage paper. 10c Box 660. Portland. Or.
PROPOSALS FOR WOODEN DRYDOCK
Port of Portland. CGC Worcester Block. Port
land, Or. Sealed proposals will be received
and opened on July 25, 1002. at 4 P. M.. at
the above office, for a floating wooden dry
dock of Ave sections, according to plans
and specifications prepared by James E.
Blackwell. consulting engineer. Dexter Hor
ton building. Seattle. Wash., and now on file
in the office of the Port of Portland.
A certified check of $100. drawn to tho or
der of the Port of Portland, must accompany
the application for plans, which check will
be returned to the drawer upon the return
of the plans and specifications to the under'
signed. A certified check for $5000 must ac
company each bid. guaranteeing that the bid
der will enter Into a contract satisfactory to
the Port of Portland, and give bond for the
faithful performance, should the contract be
awarded htra. The right to reject any and
all bids or to waive defects is reserved.
Flans, specifications and full information
can -be obtained by applying to this office, or
71 Dexter Horton building. Seattle. Wash.
E- T. C STEVENS.
Clerk of the Board.
SAN FRANCISCO. CAL.. JULY 15. 1002.
Sealed proposals. In triplicate, will be re
ceived here until 11 o'clock A. M.. Wednes
day. July 30. 1002. and then opened, for fur
nishing 25 draft mules at Presidio of San,
Francisco, jai. uovernment reserves ugm to
reject or accept any or all bids In whole or
In part. Bids will be considered for a le?s
number of animals than that stated. Pref
erence given to articles of domestic produc
tion, conditions of price and quality (includ
ing In the price of foreign production!! the
duty thereon) being equal, and such prefer
ence given to articles of American produc
tion produced on the Pacific Coast, to ex
tent of consumption required by the public
service there. Information furnished on ap
plication to D. D. WHEELER. Deputy Q.-M.
General. U. S. A.. Chief Quartermaster.
PORT OF PORTLAND. ROOM C66 WORCES
ter Building Bids will be received at this
office for the construction of a derrick scow.
The bids will be opened on July 25 at 4 P.
M. The Port of Portland reserves the right
to reject any and all bids. Plans and specifi
cations can bd obtained at the office.
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING
The annual meeting of the stockholders of
the Coeur d'Alene Development Company,
far 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 Com
merce building. Portland. Oregon, on August
4. 1002. at 10 o'clock A. M.
GEORGE F. HOLMAN.
Secretary Coeur d'Alene Development Com
pany. Portland. Oregon. July 11. 1902.
NOTICE TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
I will not be responsible for any bills con
tracted by my wife, Mrs. Minnie M. Rnoads.
Portland. July 18. Grant Rhonda.
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST ABOUT JULY 6. A LEMON AND
white pointer dog; scar on left side near
groin. Suitable reward will be paid for re
turn or for Information leading to recovery.
W. C. Alvord. First National Bank.
LOST LADY'S GOLD WATCH. MONOGRAM
"M. Y." on front, diamond In back; inscrip
tion. "Christmas Gift From D. to M.. 1S96."
In Inside back case. Liberal reward If .re
turned to 150; Fifth st.
LOST LADY'S SILVER WATCH. ON
Thursday evening. Return S5 First, C. J.
LOST A KEEPSAKE BROOCH PIN. WITH
pearl around. Reward paid at 555 Yamhill
LOST SMALL BOOK OF DAILY ACCOUNTS.
Return to 85 Second St., Chic Hang. $1.50
LOANS WITHOUT PUBLICITY ON REAL
or chattel mortgages, personal or salary se
curity, at low rates. C W. Pallett. 213 Com
mercial block. Telephone Grant 856.
LOANS ON FURNITURE. PIANOS AND
other jifcurltles; lowest rates. S. W. Klnr.
room 45 Washington bldg. Phone Hood 415.
Mortgage loans, smalt amounts, short or long
time. W. S. Ward, 323 Allsky building
LOANS MADE TO SALARIED PEOPLE
holding permanent positions with responstoie
firms, upon their own names; easy payments;
MONEY to loan on chattel mortgages.
New Eia Loan & Trust Co., room 200
NOTICE PARTIES WISHING TO DISPOSE
of Helens. Consolidated, Mustek Mining &
Milling, or Star Consolidated mining stocks,
will tlnd it to their Interests to consult the
' undersigned before, disposing of the same.
I. H. Bingham. 110 Sherlock building.
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST RATES. NO
commission, and abstract of title furnished.
Portland Abstract Co.. C02 Commercial blk.
LOANS IN SUMS FROM $5 TO $500. ON ALL
classes of security. R. L Eckerson & Co..
room 5 Washington bldg. Phone Clay 73.
$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. C AND 7 PER CENT. ON
city DroDertv and Imm-oved Vallev farms.
' W. A. Shaw & Co.. 243 Stark st.
MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT ON
all kinds of good security. W. H. Nunn. 552
$500 TO $2000 ON REAL ESTATE SECURITY
at low rates. Geo. P. Lent, room 5, 2u5
Six per cent money to loan on Clackamas Coun
ty lands. E. F. Riley. 60S Cham. Commerce.
MONEY TO LOAN". 6 per cent, farm or city
property. O. M. Smith. 3 Ch. of Commerce.
MONEY TO LOAN ON ALL KINDS OF SE
curity. Wrn. Holl. room Wasnlngton bldg.
LOANS on chattels, salaries; low rates. See
us first. Mann & Co., 004 Dekum building.
Money o loan, small amounts, short or long
time. J. H. Hawley, 2 Chamber of Com.
$300,000 TO LOAN AT 5 AND 0 PER CENT.
Wm. G. Beck. S21 MorrNon st.
Accountant and Auditor.
Benjamin Hoskins. 518 Oregonlan bldg.; ac
counting methods of corporations &-nrnw re
vlsia & organized, audit contracts solicited.
George T. Murton. 318 Cham, of Com. Phone
Brown 456. Bodkkeeplng. exporting, teaching.
Aasayers and Analysts.
J. H. FISK. MINERAL ASSAYER AND AN
alytlcal cnemlst and minlns engineer. 2o4
MONTANA ASSAY OFFICE. 208 STARK ST.
Experts on analysis of coals, minerals, rocka
and mineral waters. J. T. Gove, Manager.
PAUL BAUMEL. ASSAYER AND ANALYST;
gold dust bougnt. 228 Stark st.
NIXON & DOLPH, GENERAL PRACTITION
ers. Notaries Public. 502 Commercial bldg.
N. MOSESSOHN. Attorney and Notary Pub
lic. 722 Chamber of com. Consultation tree.
Carpenters and Builders.
JOHN A. MELTON. CARPENTER AND
builder. 307 Stark st.; omce and store fix
tures built and remodeled, altering awl re
pairing houses; grill work. Phone Main 747.
W. L. BL'CKNER. carpenter and builder, 3J0
Stark. Houses altered and repaired; sior and
office fixtures, general Jobbing. Phone Blk 014.
GORDON. REMOVED TO 208 4TH. FLY
screens, counters, snelvlng. Tel. Clay 174.
Chiropodists and Mnnlciirlng.
WM. DEVENY & ESTELLE DEVENY THE
only scientific chiropodists, parlors 301 Allsky
building. Tnlrd and Morrison. Oregon pnone
Grant id. This Is the long-nalred gentleman.
He Is the man you are looking for.
PHILIP G. EASTWICK. CIVIL. MINING
and hydraulic engineer. 65C Worcester block.
MADAME JOHNSTON WILL READ FOR LA
dles or gentlemen clalrvojantiy; short time,
50c; satisfaction guaranteed. 251 Fifth st.
Mrs. Thomptron; advice on lovt. courtship,
marriage, ousiness atialrs. Km. 8. 224 1st.
VULCAN COAL CO.. WHOLESALE DEAL
en best coals, foundry and smeller coke.
Coul and "Wood.
WESTERN FEED & FUEL CO.. DEALERS
In all kinds coal, coke, charcoal. Try the
Rock Springs. 154 Nortn Fifth. Both piwnes.
BROWN & HICKS. COAL AND DRY WOOD,
foot Yamhill st. Both pnones. Main 715.
HERMANN METZGER, PURCHASER OF
hides, pelts, furs. wool, monalr, tallow, old
ruober and old metal and general commission
merchant. I-ront St., near Main, Portland.
Or. Casn 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 CREAMER!. 281 First; both phones;
butter, chte&e, milk, cream and Ice cream.
Dyeing and CI can In jr.
Portland Steam Dye Works; gents clothing
dyed und cleaned. 211 4th. Tel. Clay 7b4.
H. W. TURNER, professional dyer and clean
er. 301 17tn. cor. Columbia. Tel. Red 131.
EXPERIENCED TEACHER WISHES VACA
tlon work; pupils failed of promotion and
teachers preparing for examination desired,
best references. Henrietta M. Holmes, 246
GOLD. SILVER. COPPER. NICKEL. ETC.
Mining and buttery plates. Peninsular Plat
ing Works, 35-1 Stanc st.
Fence and Wire "Works.
OLD EAST PORTLAND FENCE AND WIRE
Works. A Carlson. 2S9 East Morrison st.
Order of Washington, foremost fraternal so
ciety of N. W.; protects the living. J. L.
Mitchell. Sup. Sec'y. 612-615 Marquam bldg.
HOT-AIR FURNACES. J. C. BAYER. 285
TATUM & BOWEN. PORTLAND. SAN FRAN
Hnlrdresslnjr, Toupees, Mun.lcurlnr.
ROSENTHAL SISTERS. 160 FIFTH ST.
Switches, toupeer. halrdresslng. manicuring.
Junk, Hides and Pelts.
L. Shank & Co. pay highest prices for old
rubber, metals, bottles. Iron, rags, hides,
pelts and tallow. 312 Front.. Tel. South aui.
Harness and Saddles.
THE GEORGE LAWRENCE CO.. WIIOLE
salo saddlers and harness manufacturers,
leather and saddlery hardware. 72 Front st.
THE BREYMAN LEATHER CO.. WHOLE
sale saddle and harness rafrs.. saddlery hard
ware, leather of all kinds. 73 Front at.
HAMBURG - BREMEN FIRE INS. CO.. 102
F.rst st. Paul van Fridagh. General Agent.
Leather und Finding.
THE BREYMAN LEATHER CO.. MFRS
boot and shoe uppers, findings, shoe store
supplies, leather of nil kinds. 73 Front st.
J. A. REID. mfr. boot and shoe uppers; full
stock shoemakers" supplies. 207 Wash. st.
Manufacturers of Ladles' Goods.
Full line nicely made Summer shirtwaists, etc.
ladles' underwear made to order; moderate
prices. Sing Chong Co.. 333 Morrison.
Refined young lady gives latest methods mas
sage, vapor and perfume baths; delightful.
Invigorating. Try the famous Assyrian treat
ment. 1C3 Park St., cor. Morrison, room 5.
FRENCH LAD" WITH TWO YOUNG GRAD
uate assistants, gives massage treatments;
electric, perfume. 20S 5th. Phone W. 1973.
SCIENTIFIC MASSAGE GIVEN BY YOUNG
lady from'ths East; strictly first class. Room
4. 343 Morrison.
SCIENTIFIC MASSAGE BY NEW YORK
graduate. 351 Morrison, room 16.
MATTINGS. CARPETS. SILKS. ALL KINDS;
Japanese goods. Sun Soon Hule. 217 YamhlW.
TRENKMAN & CO.. MINING. SAWMILL,
logging machinery, hydraulic pipes, castings
of all kinds repaired. 104 North Fourth st.
THE H. C. ALBEE CO.; SECOND-HAND
machinery, sawmills, etc. 24S Grand ave.
TATUM & BOWEN. PORTLAND. SAN
Orejyon Vlavl Co.
LEWIS BLDG.. PARK AND MORRISON STS.
Health talks to ladles. Thursdays. 2:30 P M.
Prof. Wallace, scientific palmist, can be con
sulted dally, parlors 1 and 2. Cosmos. 26S
Morrison. 0 A. M. to 9 P. M. Readings. 50c
Larsen. "the palmist, returned, scientific read
ings. 50c; past and future. 216 Allsky bldg.
Physlclnus and Surjreons.
DR. MRS. CAREY TALBOTT SUCCESFULLY
treats and cures all diseases of women. Suc
cessful home treatment by mall. 30S 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.
FOX & CO.. SANITARY PLUMBERS; AH
work guaranteed. 235 2d. Phone Clay 567.
SPANISH RESTAURANT. 266 DAVIS. ORE
gon phone Clay S12. Genuine chicken tamales.
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
exenangeo. J. E. Davis. CG Third.
BARNES SAFES PORTLAND SAFE & LOCK
Co.. gen'l agts.. 205 2d St.. A. O. U. W. bldg
HALL'S SAFES, standard of the world-. NorrU
Safe Co.. 01 1st St.. 2d door north of Stark.
Showcases and Store Fixtures.
R. LUTKE & CO.. SUCCESSORS TO DIXON.'
Borgeson & Co.. Sixth and Hoyt sts.
TRANSCONTINENTAL MACHINE CO.. 343
Washington St.; pioneer slot machine house:
established 1S93: largest and most complete
establishment of the Kind In the U. S. Re
pairing a specialty. Oregon phone Oak 1301.
Columbia phone 570.
ALL IN TROUBLE CALL AND SEE MRS.
Wallace, the famous psychic; gives valuuble
advice on all 'affairs of life, traces absent
friends, mines, family difficulties. Always
consult the best. 332 Wash. St.. room I.
GERTRUDE MYREN. CLAIRVOYANT. 507
Goodnough building. Fifth and Ynmhill. reads
your life accurately. Satisfaction guaranteed.
No sign; keep this address.
Prof. De Amandus. medium and mental scien
tist of 58 years', experience, may be consult
ed dally on all. affairs'. 167 First st.
MRS. SHAVER. SPIRITUAL READER. Re
turned. 211 First St.. Ross House. Horo
Mrs. Stevens, spiritual lire reader: scientific
palmist; past and future. 50c. 221 Morrison.
Mrs. Thompson; advice on love, courtship,
marriage, business affairs. Rm. 8. 224 1st,
MRS. ADD1E R. SMITH FOR A SHORT
time at 133 Fifth, cor. Alder, room 1.
STORAGE AT LOW RATES CAN BE HAD
nt Fred Blckel's storehouse. 31 North Front, ,
Storage and Transfer.
C. O. PICK, office 83 First, bet. Stark and
Oak; phone 596. Pianos and furniture moved
and packed for shipping; commodious fire
proof brick warehouse; Front and Clay sts.
PORTLAND TRUNK CO.. 50 THIRD ST.;
wholesale and retail. Send for catalogue.
DEKUM ELECTRIC LIGHT Turkish baths;
hours ladles 0 to 3; gentlemen 3:30 to 0.
Columbia Bar-Lock Vlslole Typewriter: get
catalogue. 319 California St.. San Francisco.
II. P. CHRISTENSEN. wall paper, graining
paper, picture framing. 141 7th. cor. Alder.
'Watchmakers and JevreJers.
JOHN A. BECK. WATCHES. DIAMONDS.
Jewelry, silverware. 207 Morrison. Repairing.
ALLEN & LEWIS. WHOLESALE GROCERS,
cor. N. Front and Davis sts.. Portland. Or.
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 exchanges and telegraphic transfers sold
on New York. Boston. Chicago. St. Louis. St,
Paul. Omaha, San Francisco and the principal
points In the Northwest,
Sight and time bills drawn In sums to suit
on London. Paris. Berlin. Frankfort-on-the-Maln.
Hong Kong. Yokohama, Copenhagen.
Chrlstlanln. Stockholm. St. Petersburg, Mos
cow, Zurich. Honolulu.
Collections made on favorablo terms.
LADD &. TILTON. BANKERS
ESTABLISHED IN 1850.
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 all points In the United States.
Sight Exchange and Telegraphic Transfers
sold on New York. Washington. Chicago. St,
Louis. Denver, Omaha, San Francisco, and
various points In Oregon, Washington, Idaho,
Montana and British Columbia.
Exchange sold on London. Paris, Berlin.
Frankfort. Hong Kong. Yokohama, Manila and
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
P.. L. DURHAM Vice-President
R. W. HOYT Cashier
GEORGE W. HOYT Assistant Cashier
United States Depository. .
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING
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 the
world. Deals In foreign and domestic ex
change. Interest paid on term deposits.
W A. MACRAE. Manager,
AINSWORTH NATIONAL BANK
CORNER THIRD AND OAK STS.
J. C. AINSWORTH President
PERCY T. MORGAN Vice-President
R. W. SCHMEER Assistant CaslHer
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSI
NESS. Interest paid on time deposits. ,
SAFE DEPOSIT DEPARTMENT.
THE UNITED STATES NATIONAL BANK
Transacts a General Banking Business.
Drafts Issued available In all cltrcs of the
United States and Europe.
President '. TYLER WOODWARD
Vice-President JACOB KAMM
Cashier F. C. MILLER
THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE
With which Is amalgamated
THE BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Capital paid up $3,000,000
Tranracts a General Banking Business.
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT.
Accounts opened for sums of $10 and ifwnrrfq
and Interest allowed on minimum monthly bal
ances. Rates on application.
244 WASHINGTON ST.
E. A WYLD, Manager.