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THE MOitSliNG OKEGONIAN, TUESDAY, AUGUST 5, 1GG2.
CLASSIFIED AD. RATES'!
"Rooms," "Room and Board." "Housekeep
ing Rooms," "Situation Wanted." 13 'words or
1ki. 13 cnts; 10 to 2u word. 20 cents; -ly to
23 words. 25 cents, etc No discount .forjsd-j
ditlonal Insertions. .- ' .
UNDER ALJ. OTHER HEADS except 'Nw
Today " CO rents for 15 words or lcs: 10 ta
SO -words. 40 cents; 21 to 23 -words. 30.. cent,
etc first Insertion. Kach additional Insertion,
cse-hait; no further discount under one month.
"NEW TODAY" (gauge measure agate). U
cents tier line, first Insertion; 10 cenu per lln
for each additional Insertion.
ANSWERS TO ADVERTISEMENTS. - ad
dressed care The Oreconlan and "left at. this
ctllce. should always be lnelosed 'in saleJ en
velopes. No stamp la required on .such letters.
The Oreconlan will not be responsible for
errors In advertisements taken through the
SHIELDS' PARK-EDWARD SHIELDS. Prop.
13th and Washington streets.
Every Night. No liquors Bold.
Demontrello. onderfuP- Trick and Barrel
Jumper,- The Larr.onts. Premier 'Acrobats.
Helen. Lamar. "Jane CewiuesU" '- Dorotny
Dene. "The Pride of Newt-.apvr Row." Ine
Lawrenots. Comedy Sketcit Artists. Dully
CM.dren, In a New Sktoh. The Hit of Lat
"l cek b Bill, Bort m and Draper. Comedy Horl
eor.tal Bare. Polyscope. Showing a Baker Tneti
ttr Sunday Afternoon Crowd. Joseph Thomp
son. New Illustrated .SongF.
Come early. G'eneril aamlselon, 10 cents.
WOOD ORDERS RESPECTFULLY SOLlC
ltcd ar.d carefully filled by the Pioneer Mor-rihon-btrett
Fuel Company. Roth phonos 13'J.
A-S IT LESSENS DEFECTS. INTENSIFIES
attractiveness. Satin-Sivilt Powder i.ieawss ail
Uiers. Flesh white or btuneu M?ler & Frank.
On Improved city and farm property.
R. LIVINGSTONE. 224 Stark sU
On Portland real estate at lowest rates.
Titles Insured. Abstracts mrnlshed.
Title Guarantee & Trust Co.
7 Chamber of Commerce.
FOR, SALE REAL ESTATE.
FOR A COLONY OF HOMKSBEK-EltS
lSt'O acres, good srawberry and apple land,
east side Little White Salmon River. Ska
mania County. Washington; 0 miles from
Hood River; 1000 acres in one body of near
ly level A No. 1 agricultural land; 3W acres
timber; 3 to 10 acres In cultivation; 7 nflles
flume; 20 acres and stole building on Colum
bia River, at Drain Lndins; Stw inches
water perpetual right already acquired. 10
cubic feet water per second filed on addtuiou
al. good timothy and clover land; line range;
title perfect; patented land. Price, including
water rights and Hume, f 12 ier acre cash.
If sold together, or will be sold In any sized
lots to tuiu Inquire of John Lelaad Hender
son and J. H. Short. Hood River. Or., or J.
D. Casey. Hilgard. Or., sole owners.
$8000 IMPROVED Ql'ARTER BLOCK, DE
slrabie lo-ation. Wn lld?.
i25o l nimproved quarter block. West
Side, convenient to car line and school.
2, 4, 3. C and 10-acre tracts, all convenient
to car line.
Sev6ral well-Improved farms at moderate
prices. See us before buying.
DAVIDSOX. WARD & CO..
408 Chamber of Commerce.
SHERIFF SALE-MUST BE SOLD BV Au
gust 11. 1!ki2; improved property on ltulmont
St., between East 13th and East 14th sts.;
line location. For particulars call on Walde
niar Seton or Claude Strahan, attorneys-at-law,
301 and 3U2 Commercial building. Sec
ond and Washington U.. Portland, Or.
BNArS. AT 012 COMMERCIAL BLOCK.
0 rooms, new, 2 full lota. $1330
8 reins, 3 lot, fruit, installments.... 2900
3 rooms, a bargain at i75
7 rooms, good House, easy terms 1310
FOR SALE-2 LOTS ON MILWAUKIE ST..
near Brooklyn School, on improved tr-ot
and Oregon City car line. Price $150 and
$475 rr lot. Inquire of George li. Cark, 711
Mllwaukie st. Oregon phone Whit 832.
HIGH INTEREST OVER 0 PER CENT NET
is obainable montlily and secured with rents
by investing $2S.O00 (part cash) In a new,
nrst-clas building. F. V. Andrews t Co.,
J. W. OG1LBEE. ROOM 11. 143fc FIRST ST.
LOT 50x100 FEET, with good 4-roomed cot
tage and- f-tabb. cloee to cur line uiivUifln.4
avenue". In AreTna Homestead, very cheap; J
LARGE OR SMALL TRACTS. JUST THE
place for gardens or suburban home; running
water; easy terms. Call on O. II. Mathews,
Mllwaukie. Or., between 2 and 4 P. M.
FULLY 8.8 PER CENT NET INTEREST
can be obtained monthly from rents by In
vesting $70,000 in property. Security Al. F.
V. Andrews & Co.. Hamilton building.
NOB HILL. REDUCTION. GOOD RESI
dence and choice .corner lot. i) room, all ntod--ern
conveniences, now only $7w. F. V. An
drews & Co.. Hamilton buildir.z.
$1000--NEAT COTTAGE AND LOT 30x100
feet, at Woodlawn; part custi, balance In in
ctallments. Inquire at M. RHllnga Shoa
Stor-. 220 M-rrlson.
KING'S SECOND ADDITION TWO GOOD
lots, with eastern facing:, tor sale cheap, if
sold at once-. Ask F. V. Andrews & Co.,
IF LOOKING FOR INVESTMENTS IN AS
toria or Seaside property or timber lands,
write for information to Jas. FlnlavstMi, As
AVE DUX, SELL OR TRADE ALL KINDS
reai estat; locations m!e on Government
lands. Ii.-oo.sch & Huribert. 110 N. Third.
FLATS -A VERY CHOICE SITE FOR SALE
iheap; only rfx blocks from the? Postoittcc
F. V. Andrews & Co.. Hamilton building.
VILL BUILD HOUSES ON INSTALLMENTS.
Lots. 21st and Clinton. $330 each. $3 per
month. W. Reldt. 13 Washington block.
MOUNT SCOTT REAL ESTATE; OFFICE.
Lents. Or. All kinds projerty cheap. Take
Moui.t Scctt car; fare 3 ceuts. O. R. Add Hon.
TWO LOTS ON ST. JOHNS CAR LINE. $33
each. Brown. r.S3 Stark si.
I'OIt SALE EAlt.MS.
.iii'Ruv ed farms fok sal.e in all
parts of Oregon utid WuhinKtuu; payments
uvade to nu!t purchaers. For full particulars
es to various properties apply to MacMaster
k BlrreJl. 311 Worcester block.
10-ACRE FARM. ALL IMPROVED; HOUSE,
hal-n, 2 acres in choice fruit, sood well; 0
miles from town. Went Side; only $1000. In
quire 045 Fourth.
FOR RENT FARMS.
i5 Ai'RES. ALL CULTIVATED. 12 MILES
au of Portland; beM. of soli; good .buildings;
2 aqres orchard, good romts; lung lent; it
desired; an exceptional opKrtunuy. Cana
dian Agency, 22tvfe Morrison st.
TIMBER LAND FOR SALE.
WHY NOT USE YOUR HOMESTEAD AND
stone and timber rigbU? I have a limited
number of the choicest yellow pine and II r
locations in Southern Washington. For par
ticulars address G. L. Chandler, general de
FOR SALE-100 ACRES. SECTION 10. TOWN
ahlp 12,- rauge 3 east, quarter of mile trom
Cowlitz River, near Mosty Rock; estimated
o.OOu.000 feet; price $20vo. Allied Tnorap
son, Olympia. Wash.
HOMESTEAD AND TIMBER CLAIMS-WE
have reliable, information ou come good va
cant claims. All tilings' guaran;t-ed correct.
Ames Mercantile Agency.' Ablngiun building.
TIMBER CLAIMS CRUISING 3.000.000 TO
7,000.000 feet of good ntrchantabie timber;
reliable Intormation iwts. Call and us.
421 Abington bunding.
HAVE EIGHT FINE TIMBER CLAIMS.
cruiRiafe lrom 5 to 7 million; will . only be
available a short time. D Si. care Ore
Eoniar.. IF YOU WANT TO SELL YOUR TIMBER
lands, you should tec Arthur G. Newton, who
Is buying tor himself and others. Imperial
DO YOU WANT A GOOD TIMBER CLAIM?
If so, see McLeod & Co.. 220 Failing build
ing. 820 ACRES OF TIMBER. ABOUT 26,000.000
feet, on river; $3T.oo. 4 UoWfiinltlu
Choice homesteads ana timber claims located.
423 Abington bids. Phone Grant 211.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
A FIRST-CLASS 25-FOOT LAUNCH. WITH
0 horse-power engine, for sale. Inquire. Sua
$1.00 ONLY SOLID GOLD RLN'CS", GUARAN
teed. Uncle Myers. 143 Third, necr .Aider.
COKE, $3 PER TON. DELIVERED.
PORTLAND GAS CO., 174 Fifth st.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
New TYPEWRITERS, all makes. RENTED
and SOLD. Expert repairing. Office sup
piles: Mimeograph work; Public typewriting.
Coast Agency Co.. 2SI Starlc Tel. Oak 107L
WATER COLORS. OIL PAlNTINOS. BY
Cleveland Rockwell. Studio, room 70,
Worcester block. VIM torn received from 10
to 12 Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
PURE BRED SCOTCH COLLIE PUPPIES
King- Hill kennels, corner King arid -Washington.
Phone West 2332.
TWO YOUNG. GENTLE MARES. CHEAP:
or exchange for large horse or wood. 'Fergu
son, lvcnboe. j
SEE "NYLANDER ABOUT THE ALICE GOLD
Mining Co. stock. Room 322 Chamber of
WE BUY HORSES. BUGGIES, HARNESS,
wagons; boarders wanted; stalls for rent. 38
NICE GENTLE PONY. 7 YEARS OLD
weighs 800. Middle and bridle. $20. 34,S Third
Wolfstein buys and fell all kinds jragona.
buggies, harness, farm Implements. 227 Front.
SAFES. .NEW AND SECOND-HAND. CHEAP.
Exchange your old one for a new. 20j -d.
Vehicles, all kinds, 2d-hand; harness, hows;
cheap. Tomllneon & Hall, 211 Washington.
Several new and second-nand wagons and bug
gies, light and heavy. SI 4th. near Pine. -
FOR SALE-TWO BLACK COCKER SPANIEL
pups; sire Black Victor. 463 Rodney'ave.
FOR SALE CASH REGISTER. INQUIRE
..Slg SlehQl & Co.. 02 Third st.
HELP WANTED MALE.
2 HEAD FALLERS. $4; 2 SECOND. $3: 4
hook tenders. $3.30; 2 at $3; 3 buckers. $3;
Mlers. $3; 2 chasers, $3; 2 doggers. $3; 2
swampers, $8; 2 rigging rustlers, $2.73 to $3;
X Darker. $2.73: 13 skldroad men. $2.60; 3
peavey men. $2.25; 25 laborers. $2 to $3.23:
millwright. $.1; planer, man. $3; gang edger
mtMt i5; .ratchet setter. $2.50; carriage
man. $2; phingle packer. 10c; blacksmith. $J;
carpenters. $3 and 37-c; machinists. $8.25
to $.50; laborers, city, $2; man and wife,
farm; 2 milker. $35: farm hand and. milk
ers. $25 to $30; woodchoppers, pojtcutters.
tie hewers. Canadian Employment Co., 220 H
Morrison. Branches 247 Bumslde, 135 North
Sixth. 12S First.
WANTED SUPERINTENDENT QUARRY
breakwater work to go to Manila; permanent
position; salary. $200 and expenses; estate
age. experience and recommendations. Ad
dresH Atlantic. Gulf & Pacific Company. 220
Market hl. San FranciEctf, Cal.
WANTED;- BUCKERS. $2.50 PER DAY: 3
rustlers, $2.30 per day; 2 chasers. $2.50' per
day; 10 ax men. $2.25; 10 laborers-. $2; 4
track men, $2; 1 track foreman, $2.50. Call
216 Chamber of Commerce,-1) to 12 A. M.
CYLINDER PRESS FEEDER PERMANENT
situation for reliable and competent press
feeder, at good wages. Addreaa -vy. .B. .Mil
.lar. foreman Shaw & Borden Co.," Sjiokane,
WANTED MAN TO SAND MOULDS 'FOR
brick machine, at Ranfe & Klnsey'a yard,
Sth and Sandy road, by Tuesday; .wages
$2.23 per day; steady -work.
"WANTED YOUNG MAN. WITH SOME OF
flce experience, who thoroughly understands
stenography. Apply in writing Doernbecher
Mfg. Co.. city.
WANTED-TEAMS FOR 11GHT R. R. WORK
near the city; $4.50 per day. Apply to C. R.
Hanfen & Co.. 2U N. Second St.. for further
WANTED MEN FOR QUARRY WORK;
ariners. S2.25: picic una shovel men, - per
day. Apply D. E. Budd. 110 First at. No
MUCKERS WANTED AT IRON MOUNTAIN,
Cal.; wages $2.50 per day: take train to
Keswick. CaL, and apply to Mountain Copper
WANTED A YOUNG MAN TO WORK FOR
candy factory; one with seme experience
'prtferrod. Bishop & Go., 30 Front su
"WANTED A GOOD. STEADY. INDUSTRI
OUS boy to drive express wagon; must give
good references. Inquire 45 First st.
AMBITIOUS MAN AS PARTNER IN PAY
lng. established business; pleasant work;
.mall capital. 203 Salmon st.
WANTED - STUDENTS IN TELEGRAPHY,
by experienced operator; prepared for prac
tical work. C CI. Orcgonlan.
WANTED TWO LIVE SOLICITORS; FIRST
class inducements, to right men. .Call 0 to
. -12, .room 126-PerfcHaTHotel. 4" " 1
"WANTED A YOUNG MAN AS HELPER IN
meat market; must have come experience.
Call 22 .North Grand ave.
TWO GOOD CARPENTERS WANTED. AP
ply Gordon Manufacturing Co., foot of Mor
rison tt., river front.
STENOGRAPHERS FURNISHED POSITIONS
without charge. Rcmlngtuu Typewriter Co.,
240 Stark fit. Main 3.
WANTEDJBILL CLERK IN "WHOLESALE
grocery houfce; state age and reference. O
87, care Oreconlan.
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED MAN FOR
fruit, cigar and confectionery eland. Apply
154 Sixth st. North.
WANTED A REGISTERED DRUGGIST;
state wages wanted and experience. M 87,
WANTED CARPENTER. TCION MAN;
none but good man need apply at 31st and
WANTED A .SECOND COOK; ALSO A DISH
waFher; steady Jobs. Metropolis Hotel, 1st
WANTED TWO YOUNG MEN FROM 18 TO
23 years. Apply 27 First St., Ames & Har
ris. WANTED A STRONG BOY TO HELP
blacksmith. Portland Wire & Iron Works.
WANT A MAN AT THE FARMERS' STA
ble at once, to work In barn. 310 Front st.
WANTED - BY EXPERIENCED .GROCER,
partner witn about jfowo. li an. uregonian.
WANTED MEN AND BOYS TO GET 100
haircut or 5c .chave. at 201 Burnslde su
Walter, $10; cooks, kitchen help, laborers, boys,
(law adv. bge). Drake, 2o5vs Waslu
tALESMAN CITY. COUNTRY. STAR MAN
utacturln-: Co.. 242 Washington m.
CARPENTERS WANTED. CALL 203 4TH
st.. or 31 North 3d.
BENCH "HANDS-GEORGE AINSLIE & CO.j
lBth and Pettygrove.
WANTED-BOY WITH WHEEL. 347 WASH
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
COOKS. WAITRESSES. COUNTRY. COAST,
city; pantry girl; hall girl; chambermaids:
nurse girls; second girls; 25 housework. $15
to $23; man and wife, farm; laundress, coiuu.
Canadian Parlors, 22Vi Morrison.
WANTED SALESLADIES FOR CLOAKS; 2
for suits; 1 In ready-made wear; 1 for no
tions; 1 for dolls; line places for experienced
girls; confidential. Clerks' Registration Bu
reau. 227 Va Washinston sL
WANTED TWO WOMEN. COOK AND SEC
ond girl. farm, wages $35. Also cook, res
taurant, beach, wage $40. 2J0fc. lamhlll.
Phone Black 2881.
GOOD-LOOKING YOUNG WOMEN FOR
dance-hall In Idaho; transportation fur
nished; good wages. Address X 87, Orego
nlan. 1 .
WANTED COMPETENT SECOND GIRL,
with references; first - class family, good
waa-e. 2JW4 Yamhill. Phono Black 2SS1.
WANTED BRIGHT WOMAN. LOOKING FOR
lHiflncss opening; must use good lauguage
and dress neatly. A 85, care Oregonlan.
WANTED A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work and plain cooking: good home. Call
at 7B2 E. Burnslde, noar E. 22d st.
WANTED COMPETENT COLORED WOMAN
for housework In family of three; wages $20.
Address H M M, care Oregonlan.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS FUR CUTTERS,
nailers and operators. Apply at once to H.
Llebes & Co.. 288 Morrison st.
STENOGRAPHERS FURNISHED POSITIONS
free of charge. Remington Typewriter Co..
240 Stark st. Main 3.
WANTED BILL CLERK IN WHOLESALE
grocery house. Apply, giving reference Y
87, care Oregonlan.
WANTED - EXPERIENCED 1R0NERS"
rteady work; union wages. Oregon Laundry
Co., 304 E. Oak.
1 EXPERIENCED WAITRESSES. THOMP
soa's Restaurant, 5th st between Washing
ton and Alder.
EXPERIENCED GIRL FOR GENERAL
. JaKJPework; small family; good wages. Call
482 E 7th.
CIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK. MUST
furnish references. 055 Hancock L, Irvington.
'KELP WANTED FE3IALE.
Waitresses, boats, city and out; laundry help,
city, coast; kitchen help.. Drake. 205 Wash.
EXPERIENCED TAILORESS WANTED.
Room S The Cosmos bid;.. 270& Morrlsen.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work; good wages. 10S0 Thurman sts.
"WANTED-JTRST-CLASS WAITRESS. ST.
Charles Restaurant. 200 Morrison st. .
WANTED EXPERIENCED COOK; BEST
wages; no washing. 230 King ft.
WANTED LADY CLOTHES IRONERS. AT
Union Laundry. 53 Randolph st.
"WANTED NURSE AND GENERAL HOUSE
work rlrl. 300 N. 24 th.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK; FAM
lly of two. 751 Hoyt st.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK. 187
ICth St.. near Taylor.
WA'NTED A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. 787 Gllsan st.
HELP "WASTED MALE OP FEMALE
WANTED EXPERIENCED MARKER AND
distributor, at Union Laundry.
SITUATIONS WANTED MALE.
Doolckeepera and Clcrlca.
EXPERT ACCOUNTANT AND BOOKKEEP
er, with yearn of experience, lately arrived
from the East, wishes to engage with some
reliable firm; references. G 88. Orcgonlan.
COMPETENT MALE STENOGRAPHER AND
bookkeeper wanta position. Q.S4. Oregonlan.
WANTED BY YOUNG MAN, 24 YEARS
old. position In wholesale and retail grocery;
have had some experience In that line; have
a fair education; write fair hand; Al ref
erences; living wages. R 87. care Orcgonlan.
A FIRST-CLASS TOOL SHARPENER "WANTS
joo. or will take light machine blacksmith
Ing. M. S.. Io0i Third st.
SITUATIONS WANTED KE3IALE.
SITUATIONS WANTED HOUSEKEEPERS,
cooks, chambermaids, nurses, second girls.
SL Louis, 230.i Yamhill. Phone Black 2SS1.
BOOKKEEPER OF EXPERIENCE IN RE
sponslble position wishes employment, tem
porary or nermanent. rC 82, Oregonlan.
WANTED A CHILD TO TAKE CARE OF
and board. Inquire 5SS Pettygrove St., be
tween 18th and 10th, uprtalra.
EXPERIENCED MILLINER WISHES POSI
tlon In city. V 87, Oregonlan.
TWO GIRLS WANT HOUSEWORK. 205 N.
18th st-, corner Pettygrove.
WANTED BRIGHT YOUNG MEN: CAN
vasslng proposition; good pay. Call 4 to 6
P. M.. Schepps, Mgr., 187 Gth st.
AGENTS WANTED; BEST THING OUT.
Call or address Imperial Supply Co., 224 Vi
First, Portland, Or.
WANTED TO RENT.
WANTED BY TWO GENTLEMEN, BOARD
and room In private, family, close In; state
terms. C 85, Oregonlan.
WANTED Ml S CELL AN EO C S.
WANTED ANCIENT INDIAN PIPES. BAN
aer stones, bird stones, very long spears, and
about 5000 extra fine Oregon arrows. John
A. Beck. 3340 Fifth ave.. Pittsburg. Pa.
WANTED TO EXCHANGE FIRST-CLASS,
nearly new piano for good, reliable and thor
oughly sound team of medium-weight draft
horses. Address K 40. Oregonlan.
HIGHEST PRICES 1-AlD FOR MEN'S CAST
oft clothing and shoes. Ci North 3d. Fnoa
Hood 517. Orders promtply attended to.
SCHOOL BOOK3 BOUGHT; HIGHEST PRICE
paid. 229 Yamhill at.
THE PALMER HOUSE. S. E. COR. ALDI1R
and Park sts., formerly The Spalding The
most complete apartmenthouse in the city;
steam heat, gas, electric light, poroelaln
baths, every modern convenience. Rates 75c
per day, $2 per week, and upward. Fur
nished housekeeping suites a specialty.
ROOMS FOR GENTLEMEN FINE NEWLY
furnished, large, airy rooms; one elegantly
turnlsheo rooms, suitable for two; use of bath
and gas; prices reasonable; references. 8 E.
Uth su North, between Burnslde and Ankeny.
FIRST-CLASS FURNISHED SUITE (ALCOVE
bedroom), I or one or two gentlemen; all mod
ern conveniences; in prlvato family of Ave;
use of piano; terms moderate. 500 Mont
gomery. THE PLEAS ANTON. 2S3ft Third st. Fine fur
nished sunny rooms, en suite, single or houe
' keeping; transient solicited. Pnanc outn 23 L
THE CALUMET. 7th and Alder Rooms, with
running water. - prlvato bain suites; hotel
service. $1 per day up; reasonable per mo.
THE COSMOS. S. E. corner Morrison end 4th
Fine rooms; central; clean; quiet and reason
able: housekeeping suites of two or more.
THE NEWCASTLE. S. E. COR. THIRD AND
Harrison sta. Rooms, furnlsned or unfur
nished; all modern conveniences; references.
THREE LARGE NEWLY FURNISHED
front bay-window rooms. C02',i Washington
st. Phone AVest 1DC1. Rent reasonable.
The La Porte. 170H Thlro, cor. Yamhill Flrst-
class, clean, neat rooms, $L23 per week up;
transient. 25c day up; transient solicited.
PLEASANT ROOM. FOR GENTLEMEN;
two blocks from Portland Hotel; no chil
dren. 364 Taylor. Phone, bath.
NICE FRONT ROOM. CENTRALLY LOCA-
cated. In private family: every convenience
for single person. 105 Park.
FURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED. NEWLY
papered and painted, large and airy; modern
improvements, 303 Second st.
ONE OR TWO "WELL-FURNISHED ROOMS,
central; electric lights, phone, bath, refer
ence. 355 Salmon st.
WANTED ONE OR TWO GOOD MEN DE
slrous of pleasant home In a private fam
ily. C 87. Oregonlan.
NICE. AIRY FURNISHED ROOMS. SUIT
ablc for gentlemen. 502& Washington su
Phone West HMU. x
537 2D ST. NEWLY FURNISHED FRONT
room, for gentleman; modern conveniences;
TWO FURNISHED ROOMS; PHONE AND
bath; fine location In Irvington. 341 E. 13th
FURNISHED FRONT ROOM; GAS AND
bath. 200 Benton st., thiee blocks from steel
Furnished rooms. $1 week u. Gllman Hotel.
1st & Alder: Tremont Hotel. 7th and Evr:t.
THE LARK HOTEL. 15TH AND SAVIER
Newly furnished rooms. Phone Clay tWi.
NICE FRONT ROOM. FOR SINGLE .GEN
tleman. Ill 14th st.
FOR RENT A FEW VACANCIES AT MRS.
' Hill's. 1GI 23d btreet.
Hoomx With Hoard.
PORTLAND WOMEN'S UNION; 15TH YEAR;
rooms, alth board; use of 6ewtng-i oora; ue
of library; Woman's Exchange; Induetrtal
School. Address Mrs. C. E. Ueorge, super
intendent. 510 Flanders st.
HOTEL BROWN FINEST ROOMS IN THE
city; all newiy furnished; hot and cold water;
baths, electric lights, elevator; ta"ble ttrot
class; car wrvlce; transient. Tel. Wprtc 141.
THE HESPERIAN, 533 MORRISON ST. SE
lcct family hotel, under new management;
transients, by the day, week or month.
533 EAST ANKENY PLEASANT ROOMS,
with board: gas, bath, telephone; location
fine. Telephone Blue 84C
SOI ALDER, COR. 10TH ONE OR TWO
well-furnished rooms, with first-class table
board; reasonable. '
Fine alcove front room, with two large closets,
from Aug. 15. 141 West Park. cor. Aloer.
FURNlSHEp ROOMS WITH OR WITHOUT
board; gas, bath.' telephone. 410 Third su
FURNISHED ROOM. WITH BOARD. WITH
hot and cold water. 223 Uth su
LARGE. AIRY FRONT ROOMS IN PRIVATE
residence, newly and elegantly furnished Tor
housekeeping: stationary washstand; gas
stove; -washroom, attic, large yard; no chil
dren ""wanted. Carl after 2 P. M.. '340 0th su,
FOUR FURNISHED ROOMS. HOUSEKEEP
lne. water. $12; first floor; and two for $7.
DSS Pettygrove su, between 16th and 10th ats.
A FLAT OF FOUR ROOMS FURNISHED
completely for housekeeping; modern Im
provements; no children; references. Call
mornings. 42GVi E. Market.
A NICE SUITE OF HOUSEKEEPING
rooms; al.o three connecting rooms, fur
nished; reasonable rent. 381 Third su
$1 PER WEEK AND UP: LARGE. CLEAN
furnished botsekeeplnc rooms; use. of laun
dry, hath and telephone. 1S4 Sherman.
UNFURNISHED ROOMS, IN BRICK BUILD
Ing, occupied by respectable housekeepers
only. 211 Second, cor. Salmon.
888 JEFFERSON ST. FLATS FURNISHED
complete for housekeeping; gas. bath and
phone; no children; relerences.
308 13TH NICELY FURNISHED HOUSE
keeplng suits. Including .parlors; gas range,
phone, bath; no children.
THREE UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR
light housekeeping, with use of bath and
phone. 575 Fourth su
202 14TH FURNISHED FLAT; NEW
houfe; modern conveniences; will be ready
Aug. 5; fine location.
105 SIXTH-SUITE OF "WELL-FURNISHED
rooms; bath, gas range, desirable; also single
rooms for gentleman.
343 MARKET. BETWEEN 7TH AND PARK
Two unfurnished rooms, suitable for house
keeping; water, bath..
VERY DESIRABLE NEWLY FURNISHED
rooms, first floor; gas, bath, phone. 514 Mill
St., cor. Gth.
TWO HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS FOR RENT
and furniture for -sale. Inquire. room 40,
TWO SUITES OF FURNISHED HOUSE
keeplng rooms; private, bath, central. 1)0
Unfurnished rooms; modern conveniences. 2 CO
14th and Jefferwin. References. No children.
2 FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS,
closets and bath; no children. 4SS Everett.
TWO PLEASANT ROOMS FURNISHED FOP.
housekeeping; good convenience. 220 5th st.
The Graham. 5I5H Wasn. su Newly furnished
modern and desirable housekeeping suites.
372 1ST THREE UNFURNISIJED llOUSE
keeplng rooms; respectable people only.
THREE UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR
housekeeping; no children. 420 Main su
THE ABBOTT. 22SH WASH. Fine furnished
rooms, en suite, elngl? or housekeeping.
Furnished rooms, single oV ea suite, or tran
sient; brick block. 230 Russell su
TWO FURNISHED ROOMS. CHEAP. FOR
light housekeeping. 555 Morrison.
FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS. 320
FOR RENT 10TH AND HARRISON STS.;
throe new houses. 8 rooms, with all modern
conveniences. Portland Trust Company, 109
1000 EAST WASHINGTON: S-ROOM MOD
ern bouse; rent $10. Inquire 134 East 34th
su Phone Union 1032.
NINE-ROOM MODERN HOUSE WITH GAS
and electric Heats: 372 14th su Inquire
472 Park su
NINE-ROOM MODERN HOUSE WITH GAS
and electric lights. 370 14th su Inquire
472 Park su
HOUSE. 082 JOHNSON ST.: GOOD LOCA
tlon. Apply at Albright's, cor. 21st. or 05C
S-ROOM RESIDENCE. 312 CHERRY ST..
East Side; fruit trees and flowers. Inquire at
7-ROOM HOUSE. MODERN. $15 PER MO.
Inquire 317 Eugene st., near Rodney1 ave.
DONALD G. WOODWARD. 240 STARK ST..
rents and insurance. Phone Main 343.
MODERN COTTAGE. CHOICE NEIGHBOR
hood. Apply 522 Marquam bldg.
FrVE-ROOM COTTAGE FOR RENT. 1B9
11th. Inquire 142 1st.
FOR RENT S-ROOM MODERN HOUSE. NO.
30 East 15th su $25.
SEVEN-ROOM FLAT FOR RENT. 308 AL
$15 PER MONTH. WITH WATER 8-ROOM
hruse. furnished for two families. Inquire
of J. Landlgan. 184 Sherman.
TWO FURNISHED FLATS OF FOUR ROOMS
each, with basement. $10. Apply C18 Sev
enth, .head of Caruthers.
A SMALL COTTAGE. NICELY FURNISHED;
very convenient; rent reasonable. 513 20th.
FURNISHED COTTAGE FOR ONE MONTH,
beginning August 7; lawn, piano; cheap.
408 E. 8th su
FOR RENT FURNISHED HOUSE, 8 ROOMS.
Apply 505 Irving st.
MODERN. NICELY" FURNISHED HOUSE
for rent; cheap to responsible parties. 4SG
FOR RENT FURNISHED HOUSE. 173 E.
Cth. corner Yamhill. v
PLEASANT FURNISHED ROOMS. "WITH
board, for Summer. $ per week. For fur
ther particulars address Mrs. L. B. Aber
crombe. Seaside. Or.
FOR RENT PLEASANT FURNISHED COT
tsge. Tioga. Ocean front. Room 710 Mar
quam bldg.. forenoon, b to 12.
STEVENS COTTAGE AT SEAVIEW FOR
rent. See R. M. llbur, Portland, or M. E.
FINE STORE FOR RENT-430 AVASHINGTON
St., between 11th and 12th. Inquire Parrtsh
& Watklns. 230 Alder st.
NEW YORK HOTEL. GEO. W. LAMPING,
proprietor: centrally located. Hoqulam. Wash
ington; three ttee cample rooms; 1U blocks
from N. P. Depot; rates $2 a day.
FOR RENT TO UNIONS. CLUBS. Associ
ations, -tc. rooms 214-215 Chamber of Com
merce, Monday. Tuesday, Friday, Saturday
or Sunday evenings; accommodates co peo
ple; terms, $G per month lur one night per
week. Inquire of Chas. L. Brown, 12a Sixth
su Phone South 741.
LOANS MADE TO SALARIED PEOPLE
holding permanent poemon witn rponiuie
llrms, upon their own names; easy payments;
MONEY to loan on chattel mortgages.
New Era Loan & Trust Co., roam 200
NOTICE PARTIES WISHING TO DISPOSE
of Helena Consolidated, Muslelc Mining Si
Milling or Star Consolidated mining etocks,
will find It to their interest- to consult the
undersigned before disposing of the same.
I. H. Bingham, 110 bherlock building.
LOANS WITHOUT PUBLICITY ON REAL
- or chattel mortgage, personal or salary se
curity, at low rate. C. W. Pallett. 213 Com
mercial block. Telephone Grant 85i.
LOANS IN SLMS FROM $5 TO $5U. ON ALL
kinds of security. It. I. Eckcraon ic Co..
room 5 Washington bldg. Phone' Clay 73.
$5 AND UP IN SUMS TO SUIT ON ALL
kinds of scurity. W. A. Hathaway, room
10 Washington building. Phone Hood 413.
LOANS ON FURNITURE. PIANOS AND
other securities; lowest rates. S. W. King,
room 45 Washington bldg. Phone Hood 413.
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST RATES; NO
commission, and abstract of title furnished.
Portland Abstract Co.. 0V2 Commercial bis.
MONEY TO LOAN. 0 AND 7 PER CENT. ON
city property and improved Valley farms.
W. A Shaw & Co.. 24J Stark su
MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT ON
all klnda of good security. W. II. Nunn 532
Six per cent money to loan on Clackamas Coun
ty lands. E. F. Riley. 008 Cham. Commerce.
State funds loaned 0 per cenu W. E. Thomas
stale agt. for MulU Co.. 400 Cham, of Com!
MONEY TO LOAN. C ?r cent, farm or city
property. O. "M. Smltii. 3 Ch. of Commerce.
MONEY TO LOAN ON ALL KINDS OF SE
curlty. Wm. Holt, room I) Washington bldg.
LOANS on chattels, salaries; low rates. See
us flrsu Mann & Co.. 004 Dekum building.
Money to loan, small amounts, short or long
time. J. H. Hawley. 2 Chamber of Com.
$300,000 TO LOAN AT 5 AND 6 PER CENT.
Wa G. Beck. 321 Morrison su
OFFICE OF C. Q". M.. VANCOUVER BAR
racks. Wash.. July 31. 1002. Sealed propo
sals. In triplicate, will be received nere until
11 o'clock A. M. August 20. 1902. for fur
nishing forage- and bedding at posts in this
department, for year ending June 30. 1003.
Information furnished here or by Quarter
masters at posts. U. S. reserves right to re
ject or accept any or all. proposals or any
pcrt thereof. Envelopes containing proposals
should be marked "iToposals for forage and
bedding at ." and addressed to under
signed. J. W. JACOBS, C. Q. M.
OFFICE OF C. Q. M.; VANCOUVER BAR
racks. WasV. July 2S. 1002. Sealed propo
sals. :n triplicate, will be received hero until
11 A. M. August 15, .1002, for furnishing 715
cords of fir wood at Fort Worden. Wash. In
formation furnished here-or by Quartermas
ter, Fort Worden, Wash. U- S. reserves
right to reject or accept any or all proposals
or any part thereof. Envelopes containing
proposals should be marked Proposals for hr
wood at Fort Worden. Wash.," addressed J.
W. JACOBS. C. Q. M.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
annual meeting of the stockholders of the
Oregon Railroad & Navigation Company will
be. held at the odica of the company, at
Portland. Or., at noon on Thursday, the 4th
day of September, 1002. for the purpose of
electing a Board of Directors and the trans
action of such other business as may come
before the meeting.
W. W. COTTON,1 Secretary-
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' -MEETING
The annual meeting of the stockholders of
.the Sullivan Extension Mining 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 be
fore them, will be held at tne office of the
company, rooms 501 to 504 Chamber of Com
merce building. Portland. Or., on August 13,
1002. at 3 o'clock P. M.
GEORGE F. HOLM AN,
Secretary Sullivan Extension Mining Com
pany". Portland, Oregon. August !. 1002.
ALL DEMANDS AGAINST THE UNITED
States collected. Including pepslons for sol
dlern and widows la all Indian "Wars, com-
. prising those in Oregon and "Washington
from 1S5I to 185C. In collecting the Oregon
and Washington Indian War debts, many
aent discharges, which can be used as proofs.
Write for blanks. Send postage to send
them with reply. C. M. Carter, attorney-at-law,
05 Corcoran building. Washington. D. C.
E. J. ARNOLD & CO.. OF ST. LOUIS. MO.,
racehorse owners and bookmakers. Invite the
speculative public to an Investigation of their
method. This Is an old and long-established
concerrir amply responsible, ana relia
ble in all Its dealings. A rigid Inquiry into
their business will, develop a condition un
attalned by any other investment proposi
tion ever offered for public participation.
Subscription to their capital may be made In
amounts of- $20 and upward, subject to with
drawal in full on demand. Dividends paid In
cath 52 times every year. The best-paying
tafe Investment In the country. Referenced:
Banks, trust companies, cummerclal agen
cies, St, Louis business men and prominent
men everywhere. For full particulars ad
dress E. J. Arnold & Co., Oth and Pine ota.
bt. Louis, Mo.
OPPORTUNITIES TO ENGAGE IN MER
cantllo or. Tnanufacturlnz business In city or
country, only legitimate, paying propositions
handled. Information furnished parties look
ing for timber or homestead claims. Ames
Mercantllo Agency. Abington building.
BUY TWO -ACRE SHARES IN THE HEX
lean Rubber Culture Co.; $5 monthly will
give annual income of $300 for life. J. C.
Roberson. Assistant General Manager, 32S
and 328 Chamber of Commerce bldg., Port
land, Or.. Agents wanted.
HOUSE FOR RENT, FURNITURE FOR
sale; desirable 8-room house. West Park, for
rent, $15, to party buying stovea and few
fixtures. Ford, Russel bldg., corner 4th and
FOR SALE CANDY KITCHEN, ONLY ONE
In city of 4000 population; excellent .oppor
tunity for candymaker. Further information
write Fred Isense. L. B. 109, Hoquiam,
FOR SALE FOR CASH; A VERY GOOD
paylnr dry zoods business: no dead stock;
splendid patronage; selling on account of Ill
health. G 02. Orcgonlan.
HAVE EIGHT FINE TIMBER CLAIMS,
cruising from 5 to 7 million; will only be
avails ble a short time. D S4. care Ore
gonlan. DAILY NEWSPAPER: BEST PAYING IN
Eastern Oregon; nig oargain. run imorrou
tlon, addrOM Dally Reporter. Sumpter. Or.
FOR SALE VELL-EQUIPPED HOTEL,
newly furnished. Inquire of O. P. Mc
Laughlin.. Sheridan. Or.
GOOD SNAPS IN GROCERY. AND CIGAR
and confectionery stores; living roomsf low
rent. 1135- 3d.
THE FURNITURE OF.21-ROOM ROOMING
and boarding-house; rent $io; very cneap.
rjll ftnMitmlth- '
FOR SALE OLD-ESTABLISHED GROCERY
business; selling on account of sickness. 301
North 21st st.
WANTED BY EXPERIENCED GROCER,
partner with about $500. H 8S, Orcgonlan.
SOME GOOD ROOMING-HOUSES IN CHOICE
locations. 2tl3Vj Morrison su, room 317.
SNAP GOOD-PAYING HOTEL FOR SALE.
Call today at 224 1st. room IS.
SALOON FOR SALE. FOR PARTICULARS
call at 30S Alder su
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST 14-KARAT HUNTING CASE GOLD
watch, Waltham movement, platinum and
gold chain, and Elk charm containing four
diamonds. Very liberal reward will be paid
and absolutely no questions asked. Address
010 Chamber of Commerce building.
LOST - LADY'S PURSE AT SHAVER'S
dock, contalnins $5 in sliver. Finder please
leave dock ofllee. Reward.
TOST-PAIR OF BLUB STRIPED CUFFS.
with buttons. Return Hobart-Curtls, 205
14 th st. Reward.
T.OST nETWEEN HOYT AND GLISAN. ON
10th. -a pair of spectacles. Return to 3S0
LOST RUSSIAN LEATHER POCKET WAL-
leu Liberal reward to finder If "returned to
555 Irvtnr st.
LOST SUNDAY EYEGLASSES FROM MT.
Scott car to Hall. Return 420 2d st.. flat D.
MME. AZA HOLMES. COMPLEXION, HAIR,
scalp and skin specialist, will give free dem
onstrations In expert facial and scalp mas
sage this week, at her Oriental Parlors. 311
Morrison st.. opposite P. O. Tel. Black 1823.
THE GREAT ACTRESS HAS NO WRIN
kles. Bernharfa Cream prevents wrinkles.
Oriental superfluous painless hair remover.
Perfume vapor baths. Ladles only. Treat
ment free. Koom oO Washington building.
VIM. VIGOR. VITALITY DU PONT ET
Cle's Kola Tablets, nature's great tonic for
either sex: 23c box by mall. Albert Bernl,
2d and Washington. Agent. Portland. Or.
HER HIDDEN CHARMS. ROSA'S CONFES
slon, Sweet Silence. Bel-Anil. The Parson's
Sin. Prince and musician, ouvia, sappno,
50c each. Schmale, 220 First.
HAPPINESS RESTORED BY SEXINE PILLS,
the great cure for weak kidneys and nervous
weakness; $1 a box. ti for $3. Sold only by
J. A. Clemenson. Druggist, Second and Yam
hill sts., Portland, Or.
MANLY VIGOR RESTORED BY DR. ROB
erts Nerve Globules. One month's treat
ment. $2; 3 months. &. Sent iecurely sealed
by mall. Agents. Woodard, Clarke St Co.,
Portland. Or. .
We print your name on 30 calling cards, prop
er size and style. 25c; 250 business cards, $1.
Brown &. Schmale. 229 First. Portland. Or.
MRS. STEVENS. PALMIST AND CLA1R
voyant. has no equal In revealing past, pres
ent and futuie; readings. 50c. 22l Morrison.
YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS ARE MORE Ac
curately and reasonably filled at Eyssell's
Pharmacy. 227 Morrison su, beU 1st and 2d.
A YOUNG LADY GRADUATE MASSEUSE
thoroughly experienced and scientific mani
curist ami chlropodlsu Olflce 29 Raleigh.
PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE CLUB. BOX
S3. SU Louis. Mo. Marriageable men and
-women send stamp for particulars.
ROBINSON STAMMEttING INSTITUTE:
cureo guaranteed; best references. 000 Ellis
ft.. San Francisco. CaL
LILLIAN B. DIXON'S ADDRESS WANTED;
matter of mutual interest. J. R. Oatman,
CARDS-100 FOR 20c; 50 FOR 10c; COIN,
business or calling. Griffith. Copenhagen.
DR. LAMOTTES FRENCH CORN PAINT.
The best com cure. 25 cents. All druzriils.
23 WOMEN WANTED SUFFERING FROM
irregular, painful or stoppages, leucorrhea,
(whites) and all diseases of women, old or
Toung. cured by old Dr. Kessler. 230 Yam
hill st.. Portland. Or. Private waltlns-room
for ladles. Consultation free. Call or write.
Inclose 10 2-cent stamps.
DRESS SUITS FOR RENT, all SIZES
$1 a month, keeps your clothing cleaned and
pressed, buttons sewed on and rips jewed up.
Prompt calls and deliveries. Unique Tailor
ing Co., 347 Washington, opposite Cordray's.
BE HAPPY Moles, rlmples. wrinkles, super
fluous hair. etc.. CAN BE permanently re
moved. Gray or faded hair corrected. Let
us explain how; no charge. N. Y. Electro
Therapeutic Co.. 702 Marquam. Black 2S51.
ENJOY LIFE BY REGAINING STRENGTH
and happiness by using Sexine Pills; price
$1, i for $5. J. A. Clemensoa. Druggist, cor.
Second and Yamhill, Portland. Or.
WATCHES. DIAMONDS. EASY PAYMENTS.
Diamonds bought. W. H. Lesh. 513 Dekum.
MRS. DR. McCOY and assistant; electric treat
ments. Ross House 211 First, cor. Salmon.
ONE-MINUTE TOOTHACHE DROPS. CURE
Instantly. 10 and 23 cents. All druggists.
WOULD YOU MARRY IF SUITED? MAR-
rlage paper, 10c. Box 000. Portland. Or.
Miss Bee La Rue. masseuse, manicurist; select
patrons only. 331 Morrison, room 16.
Accountant and Auditor.
Georce T. Murton. 3IS Cham, of Com. Phone
Brown 438. Bookkeeping, expertlns. teaching.
Assuyers nxxd Analysts.
J. H. FISK. MINERAL ASSAYER AND AN
alytlcal chemist and mining' engineer. 204ft
MONTANA ASSAY OFFICE. 208 STARK ST.
Experts on analysis of coals, minerals, rocks
and mineral waters. J. T. Gove. Manager.
PAUL BAUMEL. ASSAYER AND ANALYST:
gold dust bougnt. 228Vi Stark sU
NIXON & 'DOLPH. GENERAL PRACT1TION
ers. Notaries Publlg. 502 Commercial bldg.
;N. MOSESSOHN. Attorney and Notary Pub
lic. 722 Chamber of Com. Consultation free.
EMMONS & EMMONS. ATTORNEYS. FIFTH
floor, Worcester block.'
Carpenters and Builders.
JOHN A. MELTON. CARPENTER AND
builder. 307 Stark su; office and store fix
tures built and remodeled, altering and re
pairing houses; grill work. Phone Main 747.
AV. L. BUCKNER, carpenter and builder. 330
Stark. Houses altered and repaired; store and
ofilce fixtures, general Jobbing: Phone Blk 014.
GORDON.. REMOVED TO 208 4TH. FLY
screens, counters, shelving. Tel. day 174.
Chiropodists and Manicuring.
WM. DEVENY & ESTELLE DEVENY. THE
only scientific chiropodists, parlors 301 Allsky
building. Third and Morrison. Oregon phone
Grant 16. This Is the long-haired gentleman.
He is the man you are looking' for.
PHILIP G. EASTWICK. CIVIL. MINING
and hydraulic engineer. 036 Worcester block.
MADAME JOHNSTON WILL READ FOR LA
dles or sentlemen clalrvoyantly: short time.
50c; satisfaction euaranteed. 231 Fifth st.
VULCAN COAL CO.. WHOLESALE DEAL
ers best coals, foundry and smelter coke.
Coal and Wood.
WESTERN FEED & FUEL CO.. DEALERS
In all kinds coal, coke, charcoal, slabwood.
Stalls to let. 154 N. Fifth. Both phones.
BROWN & HICKS. COAL AND DRY WOOD,
foot Yamhill st. Both phones. Main 715.
HERMANN METZGER. PURCHASER Off
hides, pelts. lurs; wool, mohair, tallow, old
rubber and old metal and general commission
merchant. Front su. 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.
MISSES MATTING LY, ACADEMY OF DANC
lns. 2C9 South 14th. Class of private lessons.
Dyeing and Cleaning.
Portland Steam Dye Works; gents' clothing
only dyed and cleaned. 211 4th. Tel. Clay 704.
H. W. TURNER, professional dyer and clean
er. 301 17th. cor. Columbia. Tel. Red 131.
PRIVATE TEACHER WILL GIVE INSTRUC
tlon during whole or any part of the year.
Pupils prepared for any university, business
college, or for special examinations. Special
attention given to backward pupils In gram
mar grades of public schools. Call at Port
land Business College between 9 and 12. Hen
rietta M. Holmes.
GOLD. SILVER. COPPER. NICKEL. ETC.
Mining and battery plates. Peninsular Plat
ing Works. 333 Stark st.
Fence and Wfre Works.
OLD EAST PORTLAND FENCE AND WIRE
Works. A. Carlson. 2S0 East Morrison st.
Iinlrdrcsslug, Toupees, Manicuring.
ROSENTHAL SISTERS. 1C0 FIFTH ST.
Switches, toupees, halrdresslng. manicuring.
PARIS HAIR STORE. 30S WASH. ST. The
leading wlgmaker and hairdressers.
HOT-AIR FURNACES. J. C. BAYER. 205
Order of Washington, foremost fraternal so
ciety of N. W.; protects the living. J. L.
Mitchell. Supj Sec'.y. 012-615 Marquam bldg.
TATUM & BOWEN. PORTLAND. SAN FRAN
clsco. Seattle. .
Harness and Saddles.
THE GEORGE LAWRENCE CO.. WH OLE
sale saddlers and harness manufacturers,
leather and saddlery hardware. 72 Front su
THE BREYMAN LEATHER CO.. WHOLE
sale saddle and harness mfrs.. saddlery hard
ware, leather of all kinds. 73 Front st.
HAMBURG-BREMEN FIRE INS. CO.. 102
First st. Paul van Frldagh. General AgenU
Junk. Hides nnd Pelts.
L. Shank & Co. pay highest prices for old
rubber, metals, bottles. Iron. rags, hides.
pelUs and tallow. 312 Front. Tel. South 891.
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.
TRENKMAN 1 CO.. MINING. SAWMILL,
lodging- machinery, hydraulic pipes, castings
of all kinds repaired. 104 North Fourth su
Manufacturers of Ladles' Goods.
Midsummer sale Waists. 25c up; skirts, 25c
up; full line ladles underwear; less than
cost. Sing CHonR Co.. 333 Morrison st.
Mnrlilc and Granite.
BUY MONUM-SNTS OF WEEKS, 720 FRONT.
Fine work. low prices.
Oregon "Vlavl Co.
LEWIS BLDG.. PARK AND MORRISON STS.
Health talks to ladles. Thursday. 2:30 P. M.
VAPOR AND SPONGE BATHS. WITH MAS
sage. slven at 3lM(i Washington St.. the
Snowden bathrooms; also plectrle. steam
baths and electric treatments. Rooms 1 and 3.
A YOUNG. COMPETENT AND EXPE
rlenced graduate chiropodist, masseuse and
manicurist; terms reasonable. Office 20. Ral
eigh. FRENCH LADY WITH TWO YOUNG ORAD
uate assistants, elves massage treatments:
electric, perfume. 208 5th. Phono W. 1973.
SCIENTIFIC MASSAGE GIVEN BY YOUNG
lady from the EasUalrlitbr .firsLiass. Room
IB. 35l Morrison.
THE H. C ALBEE CO.: SECOND-HAND
machinery, sawmills, eta 248 Grand ave.
TATUM & BO WEN. PORTLAND. SAN
LADIES! CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH PEN-
nyroyai puis are the best. Safe, reliable.
Take no other. Send 4c. stamps, for par
ticulars. "Relief for Ladles." In letter by
return mall. Ask your drugglsu Chichester
Chemical Co.. Phllada.. Pa.
GUITAR. BANJO. VIOLIN AND MANDOLIN
instructor. roiessor js. A. smith, i 1-in.
Phone Brown 603.
HAVE YOUR HANDS READ BY PROF.
Sterling: he has returned. Your hands re
veal all questions of life, pertaining to mar
riage, sickness, death, changes, travels, di
vorces, separations, lawsuits, business trans
actions, wills, deals, mortgages, lost or ab
sent friends, mining ventures, etc O'fic
hours are 10 A. M. to 0 P. M. dally. Charges
50c ami $1. 280 3d sU Phone North 4241.
SPECIAL FOR SEVEN DAYS-FULL LIFH
readings. 25c. Prof. Wallace, the palmlsu
losmoa. 4th and Morrison, parlors 1 and 2.
Larsen. the palmist, returned; scientific read
lngs. 50c; past and future. 216 Allsky bids.
Physicians nnd Snrgeons.
DR. MRS. CAREY talbott SUCCESSFUL,
iy treats and cures all diseases of women,
buccessful home treatments by mall. 301
Salmon su. between Fifth and Sixth.
DR. JAMES DICKSON. SPECIALIST IN KID
ney and skin diseases. Odd Fellows' Temple.
I.lora A- Brown: diseases of women and
children a specialty. Office 317 Th Dekum.
FOX & CO.. SANITARY PLUMBERS: AH
wori guaranteed. 2o3 2d. Phone Clay 567.
BEWARE. Certnln "STANDARD" safes soU
are trustworthy until tested by fire. Avoll
thin walls. DlEBOLD safes o;.en after fire,
. preserving contents. LOCKOUTS opened,
gtneral repairs, bunrlar alarms. Jails, safe
exehansed. J. E. Davis. 66 Third.
BARNES SAFES PORTLAND SAFE & LOCH
Co.. gen'l agts., 203 2d sU. A. O. U. W. bldg.
HALL'S SAFES, standard of the world. Norrli
Safe Co.. 91 1st su. 2d door north of Stark.
Showcases and Store Fixtures.
R. LUTKE & CO.. SUCCESSORS TO DIXON,
Borgeson & Co.. Sixth and Hoyt sts.
TRANSCONTINENTAL MACHINE CO.. 341
Washington sL; pioneer slot machine housei
established 1803; largest .and most completi
establishment of the kind In the U. S. Ret
pairing a specialty. Oregon phono Oak 1301,
Columbia phone 570.
PROFESSOR STERLING WILL GIVE FREI.
tests, free tests, in the A. O. U. W. Hall,
on Second St., between Taylor and Salmo:
ffts. You will receive messages from youi
departed spirit friends. Free to all! Free tc
all! Sunday evening. August 10. Doors opet
at 7:30 P. M. Leave your pocket-books aj
home. No collections will be taken up what,
ever. Don't forget the date Is Sunday eveni
Ing, August 10. Everybody Is Invited to at.
tend, and you will receive free tests.
ALL IN TROUBLE CALL AND SEE MRS.
Wallace, the famous psychic; gives valuabli
advice on all affairs of life, traces absen
friends, mines, family difficulties. Alwayi
consult the best. 332& Wash. su. room 1.
GERTRUDE MYREN. CLAIRVOYANT. 301
Goodnough buildg. 5th and Yamhill, readi
your life accurately. Satisfaction guaranteed,
No sign; keep this address.
Prof. De Amandus. medium ana mental scien
tist of 38 years' experience, may be consult,
ed dally 02 all affairs. 16714 First su
Mrs Stevens, spiritual life reader: sclenting
palmist; past and future. 00c. 221 Morrison,
MRS. ADDIE R. SMITH FOR A SHORT
time at "133ft Fifth, cor. Alder, room 1.
STORAGE AT LOW RATES CAN BE HAT
at Fred Blckel's storehouse. 31 North Front
. Storage and Transfer.
C O. PICK, qfflce S3 First. beU Stark an
Oak; phone 506. Pianos and furniture move
and packed for shipping; commodious fire,
proof brick warehouse: Front and Clay sts.
PORTLAND TRUNK CO.. 50 THIRD ST.I
wholesale and retail. Send for catalogue.
DEKUM ELECTRIC LIGHT Turkish baths;
hours ladles, 9 to 3; gentlemen. 3:30 to 0.
Columbia Bar-Lock Visible Typewriter; gel
catalogue. 319 California st. San Francisco,
H. P. CHRISTENSEN. wall paper. gralnln
paper, picture framing. 131 7th, cor. Alder.
Watchmakers and Jewelers.
JOHN A. BECK. WATCHES. DIAMONDS,
jewelry, silverware. 207 Morrison. Repairing;
ALLEN & LEWIS. WHOLESALE GROCERY
cor. N. Front and. Davis sts.. Portland. On.
LADD & TILTON. BANKERS
ESTABLISHED IN 1S39.
Transacts a General Banking Business.
Interest allowed on time deposits.
Collections made at all points on favorabli
terms. Letters at credit issued available It
Europe and all points In the United States.
Sight Exchange and Telegraphic Transfer!
sold on New York. Washington. Chicago. St
Louis, Denver, Omaha. San Francisco, an
various points In Oregon. Washington. Idaho
Montana and British Columbia.
Exchange sold on London. Paris. Berlin,
Frankfort, Hone Kong. Yokohama. Manila anj
WELLS. FARGO & CO.'S BANK
CASH CAPITAL AND SURPLUS.. $0,500,001
DUDLEY EVANS ACT'G PRESIDENT
HOMER S. KING MANAGES
R. LEA BARNES - CASHIEB
JOHN E. MILES ASSISTANT CASHlEiJ
General Banklnc Business transacted. Ex.
change Sold and Letters of Credit Issue4
available In all parts of the world.
Merchants national bank
J. FRANK WATSON President
R. L. DURHAM. Vice-Presided
R. W. HOYT Cashlei
GEORGE W. nOYT Assistant Caahtej
United States Dfposltory
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING
Drafts and letters oi 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 sU. London.
This bank transacts a general banklnc bust,
ness. makes loans, discounts bills and Issuei
letters of credit available for travelers an
the purchase of merchandise In any city of thi
world. Deals In foreign and domestic ex
change. Interest paid on term deposits.
W. A. MACRAE. Manager.
THE UNITED STATES NATIONAL BANK-
Transacts a General Banking Business.
Drafts issued avallaable In all cities of thi
United States and Europe.
President TYLER WOODWARD
Vice-President JACOB KAMM
Cashier F. C. MILLEB
THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE
With which Is amalgamated
THE BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Capital paid up $8,000,001
Transacts a General Banking Business.
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT.
Accounts opened for sums of $10 and upward!
and Interest allowed on minimum monthly bal.
ances. Rates on application.
244 AVASHINGTON ST.
E. A. WYLD. Manager.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF PORTLAND. OR.
Designated Depository and Financial Agent ol
the United States. '
President H. TV. CORBETZ
Vice-President a. L. MILL3
Cashier........ J. W. NEWKIRK
Assistant Cashier W. C ALVORD
Second Assistant Cashier B. F. STEVEV
Letter of credit issued, available In Eurjd
and the Eastern States.
Sight exchanges and telegraphic transfers sold
on New York. Boston. Chicago. Su Louis St
Paul. Omaha. San Francisco 'and the Drinclnal
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. Chrlal
tlanla. Stockholm, Su Petersburg. Moscow
CoUecUons. raada on favorablo term