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THE MORyiyG OBEGOISTAN, SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 1903.
400 ACRES. 4 MILES SOUTHEAST OF
North Powder. In Baker Co., to exchange for
or toward Portland realty or Valley land.
Box 34. Oregon City, Or.
"WANTED TO EXCHANGE NICE, NEW $400
piano for new furniture, by party "who wants
to furnls? hotel. A 20. Oregonian.
"WILL EXCHANGE EQUITT IN MODERN
home for lodging-house. Inquire at 245 Stark
FOR REST FAEMS.
244 ACRES IN CLACKAMAS COUNTY; 60
acres cleareu and In high state of culti
vation; 140 acres In good stump pasture,
balance timber; all well fenced, well wa
tered, good orchard; good 7-room house, large
barn and outbuildings, and- situated on lead
ing public road. XV. A. Shaw & Co.. 243 Stark
st , near 2d, Portland. '
FOR RENT - 150-ACBE FARM. 10 MILES
from city; high state of cultivation; cash
rent; rail and water transportation. S 20,
FOR RENT GARDEN LAND. RICH BEAV-er-dain.
close to city; responsible parties
only. Y 20, Oregonian.
QUARTER BLOCK ON SOUTHEAST COR
ner of 14th and Alder sts. Parrish. Watklns
& Co., 250 Alder St.
Horses. Vehicle and Harness.
FOP. SALE AUTOMOBILES-, GREAT BAR
galns, gasoline runabouts and tonneaus. new
and second-hand. Reliable, popular makes.
Guaranteed. Address "Car," L. hex 982,
Buffalo, N. T.
FOR SALE FINE MATCHED TEAM OF
young horses, 5 and 6 years. Inquire Acme
Oil Co., 175 East 23d between Belmont
and East YamhllL Residence phone Scott
FOR SALE GOOD, GENTLE TEAM OF
horsee, 1000 pounds each- Kellogg. 41st and
East Yamhill ft.
"WAGONS. HARNESS. NEW AND SECOND
hand; must be sold In 00 days. 211 "Wash.
FOR SALE HORSE. BUGGY AND HAR
neas. cheap, $75. 109 North 15th.
FOR SALE TOP BUGGY, CHEAP. 254 3D
Elaterito la mineral rubber. Practical roofing
fcr sawmills, factories, mining buildings,
business blocks, etc.; in rolls easy to lay;
never needs painting. Call or write Elater
Ite Roofing Co.. 10 Worcester bldg.. Portland.
CI a ARB, UNION AND NONUNION; IF "WE
cannot get them to you for less money than
any othir firm we will give them to you for
nothing. SoL Knhn & Co.. 209 Battery st.,
SLOT MACHINES FOR SALE NICKEL-IN-lot
machines, mills. 20th Century. Detrolts,
Deweys ; cheap, Al condition. John J. Price,
2510 A St.. Tacoma, Wash.
FOR SALE A FIRST-CLASS SO H.-P. SEC-
ond-hand gas engine, practically new. North
west Electric Eng. Co., 309 Stark it.
GOOD DRY 4 -FOOT POLB OAK "WOOD D fi
ll vtrea, $4.75 per cora tnis week only. Hoover,
813 Witer. Phone South C51.
FOR SALE FINE. HIGHEST-GRADE Up
right piano, by party financially embarrassed.
S64 Commercial ot.
MERRY-GO ROUND. HERSEL MAKE. NO.
207 Second avenue. South Seattle. Wash.
Rober & Rund.
Upright piano, $175. cost $400: Weber. $75;
square. ao; guitar. upstairs. 104 1st.
ONE CHOICE PEN BLACK MINORCAS F6R
sale. 4H1 Nenaicm ave., Sellwood, Or.
FOR SALE GOOD SECOND-HAND PIANO,
very cheap. P A3. Oregonian.
FINE IRISH BETTER PUP FOR SALE. 6C5
iwjou ave.. oeuwooa.
HELP WANTED MALE.
WANTED A FEW FinRT-err.AR? cflT.Tn.
tors (none others need apply) to present an
aunicuve, nign-ciaso nnonciai proposition.
Sucoessful candidates earn from one hundred
to three hundred dollars per month. Both
moderate salary and liberal commission paid.
These agents are wanted to operate In the' vi
cinity of Portland. Or., Seattle and Spokane,
wash. Apply to T. W. Griffin, between the
hours ol 2 and 4 P. M. dally, except Sunday,
at 205 Cth st.. Portland.
MEN WANTED FOR THE UNITED STATES
Navy; machinists, firemen. coal-passers, elec
trician, shipwrights, seamen, ordinary sea
men, landsmen, apprentices and mess attend
ants: must be Amcrlcan-born citizens or have
made legal declaration of Intention to become
citizens. Only men of good character and
physique need apply. For Information apply
In perwon or by letter to Naval Recruiting
Station. Portland, Or.
WANTED TRUSTWORTHY PERSONS IN
each state to manage business of wealthy cor
poration; salary $18 cash each Thursday
direct from headquarters; expense money ad
vanced. Manager. 372 Caxton bldg., Chicago.
SHIP DAILY SHIP DAILY
i;;VAV FRED FARE
NEVADA. New R. R. work
1 anted Teamsters and tunnel laborers.
C R. HANSEN & CO.. 20 North 2d st.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS CLOAK AND SUIT
xnon capable of taking charge of specialty
store: must have good references. Address
Parisian Cloak and Suit House. 803 Riverside
ave., Spokane, Wash.
WANTED MAN FAMILIAR WITH AIR
brokes, who has had two or more years' ex
perience in train service: must have good ref
erences: state age and references. It 17. care
STRONG YOUNG MAN. WITH EXPERI
ence. as dellverymatv In grocery store; must
thoroughly understand care of horses; give
residence and telephone number. V 20. Ore
gonlrju AMATEUR ACTORS; EXPERIENCE UN
neoesaary. Call tonight, after performance
Noble Outcast." G. A. R. HalL Good propo
eltlon. Public Invited. Admission. 15c, 25c
CIGAR SALESMAN. WITH ESTABLISHED
trade with large dealers who buy direct
fH iciortf V A3Jr"s- "with full partlcu
lars. H. C. Fisher. Fisher bldg.. Chicago.
WANTED TWO ENERGETIC MEN TO
travel and learn business, with established
Call today from U A. M. to 5 P. M.
room 302 Perkins Hotel.
WANTED STENOGRAPHER; ONE Ac
quainted With lumber business preferred.
Address H. J. Miller Lumber Co.. Chehall
Single men Don't ruin your manhood. Get my
device which makes It Impossible. Pamphlet
sent free. Address Box 292; Denver. Colo.
WANTED TWO PHYSICIANS. WITH Ex
perience in dispensary work, to go on the
road. Address P. O. box 1010. city.
WANTED RELIABLE MAN TO TAKE
charge of poultry ranch; give experience and
references. Address box IS. city.
AN EXPERIENCED COAL MINER TO DE
vtlop new property; state age and expert
ence. Address H 18. Oregonian.
SOLICITORS-IF YOU WANT PROFITABLE,
permanent position, promotion if satisfac
tory, call at SO Hamilton bldg.
MEN FOR MILL WORK, $2 (AND MORE
tj!?r,.wor.k,; also loggers, cooks. Drake.
200 W ashington.
BOY WELL EDUCATED. ABOUT 10 YEARS
of ace, wanted for office work. Q 17. Ore
WANTED FARM HAND AND MILKER. TO
day, 0 to 12. 145 1st st.
rWoks? WANTED AT PORTLAND
Blacksmith; no shooing; city. 26 North. 2d.
KELP WANTED-MALE OR FEMALH
AXB EMPLOYMENT AGENCY; ALL
North mi? rura,slle1- 152 1"! . Phone
HELP WAXTED FEMALE.
EXPERIENCED BOARDING-HOUSE WAIT
ree, hotels; 50 domestics; child nurve S23
seconq girls. Drake. 20o Washington.'
WANTED COMPETENT SECOND GIRL
good city references; small family- rood"
wages. 2S3 North 24th. cor. Marshall
WANTED -NEAT. YOUNG GIRL TO AN'I
swer phone; light work. Apply j to 10 The
Boston Beanery. 11 Union ave TO
GOOD. STEADY GIRL FOR GENERA'
housework; twp In family. Apply 214 Failing
bldg . or telephone Blue 51. E
WaNTED-LADY HAIRDRESSER; MUST BE
quick and una erst and her business thorough
ly. A 10, Oregonian.
HELP "WASTED FEMALK.
GIRL "WANTED WANT GIRL FOR GENER
al housework; mutt be good cook: steady
place and good home for neat, tidy girl; four
months each Summer spent at- coast: fare
paid; wages-$20. Apply 1G5 East $3d. Sunny
side. AMATEUR ACTORS; EXPERIENCE UN
necessary. Call tonight, after performance
"Noble Outcast," G. A. R. Hall. Good propo
sition. Public Invited. Admission. Kc, 25c
WANTED IMMEDIATELY. HOUSEKEEP
er. country, cooks, chambermaids, second
girls, housework girls, nurses. 230 Yam
hllL Phone Elack 2SSL
"WANTED COMPETENT GIRL OR WOMAN
to take care -of child 1 years old. Mrs. L
N. Gray. East 13th st., between A and S,
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK: SMALL
family; Sunday afternoons and evenings o.
405 East Davis st.
WANTED GIRL FOR COOKING AND
housework: good wages. Call 675 Flanders
St.. cor. 21st.
GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK,
small family. 301 East 6th st. North, Holla
WANTED GOOD CANDYMAKER WITH $100
to run a small, good-paying factory. N 18.
WANTED GOOD GIRL TO CARE FOR
child and help with housework. 107 15th
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOOSE
work; wages $20. Apply 351 32d. Willamette
WANTED GIRL TO ASSIST IN LIGHT
housework; no cooking. Call 315 Market st.
WANTED EXPERIENCED STARCHWORK
lroners. Oregon Laundry. 36S East Oak.
GIRL OR WOMAN. FAMILY OF THREE
adults; no washing. 101 North 18th st.
GIRL WANTED TO DO GENERAL HOUSE
work. Inquire 328 4 th st.
WANTED EXPERIENCED .WAITRESS, AT
Morris'. 327 Washington st
COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. Apply 731 Javier st.
COMPETENT NURSE GIRL; GOOD WAGES.
650 Hoyt st.
SITUATION'S WASTED MALE.
Bookkeepers and Clerks.
GOVERNMENT EMPLOYE. FAMILIAR
with bookkeeping and accounts and general
office work, wishes evening employment with
private concern. Address A 14. Oresonlan.
YOUNG MAN DESIRES POSITION AS
clerk In grocery store; three years' experi
ence; reference. Addresa R 20, Oregonian.
SALESMAN. WITH TEN YEARS' EXPERI
ence and very general acquaintance in Wash
ington, Alaska and Idaho, desires engage
ment: best of references: residence on Puget
Sound; specialty line preferred. Address O
18, care Oregonian.
YOUNG MARRIED MAN WANTS WORK OF
any kind where there Is chance for advance
ment; no canvassing. Address W 21, Orego
nian. YOUNG MAN. NEAT APPEARANCE. DE
slres steady position with advancement; high
est references. A 12, Oregonian.
YOUNG. NEAT GERMAN WANTS TO
' learn saloon business, city or country; wages
no object, L 19. Oregonian.
WANTED POSITION. HEAD SAWYER OR
helper In filing-room. Address box 3, Ka
SITUATIONS WASTED FEMALE.
Bookeepe'j and Stenographers.
STENOGRAPHY AND TYPEWRITING
wanted; special rates for large amounts or
dictation direct on machine. F IS, care
A STEADY. INDUSTRIOUS YOUNG LADY
stenographer wishes a position as beginner.
B 21, care Oregonian.
EXPERIENCED YOUNG LADY STENOGRA
pher desires a position; references. Q 20,
DRESSMAKING SHIRTWAISTS MADE TO
order. The Misses Layne, 426 Alder.
LADY WANTS POSITION AS HOUSEKEEP
er for a widower preferred; references re
quired. Address box 432, Coeur d'Alene.
WANTED SITUATION AS HOUSEKEEPER
In small family, by middle-aged woman. H.
J. Wilson. Cottrell. Or.
YOUNG WIDOW. ONE CHILD. WANTS Po
sition as housekeeper. Answer X 16, -Oregonian.
SITUATIONS WANTED DAY WORKER,
housekeepers, cooks, second girls, waitresses,
chambermaids, nurses. 2301a YamhllL Phone
WANTED AGENTS TO SELL WEATHER-
proor cardboard advertising signs. Liberal
terms and prompt service. The Easton Print
ing & Mfg. Co.. Dayton. O.
WASTED TO REST.
WANTED BY RELIABLE FIRM. MODERN
four-Btory building, for manufacturing, and
jobbing business; to be located between Stark
and Glisan and 4th and 7th sta. Address H
20, care Oregonian.
WANTED BY APRIL 1. UNFURNISHED
cottage, with Improvements, not over 10 min
utes' walk from Exposition building. T 21,
YOUNG MAN "WANTS FURNISHED ROOM,
centrally located; must be reasonable: state
price. K 21, Oregonian.
WANTED A X OR S-ROOM HOUSE. WEST
of 15th sL and north of Washington. Ad
dress B., 631 Northrup st.
WANTED TO RENT AN OFFICE ROOM,
centrally located, furnished or unfurnished.
E 20. Oregonian.
NEAR BUSINESS CENTER, 8 OR 10-ROOM
house. V 10. Oregonian.
STORE FIXTURES WANTED A SECOND
hand lot ot counters and shelving, suitable for
small stationery and confectionery stand
(about 25 feet); also a safe. Addresa N 19,
HIGHEST PRICE PAlli FOR MEN'S CAST
off clothing, shoes, valises, etc. at the old
reliable stand. 62 N. 3d st. Phone Hood 517.
WANTED BY MAN OF EXPERIENCE. A
farm to take charge ot; close In preferred;
good reference O 18. Oregonian.
WANTED STORE SHELVING FOR BA
kery and confectionery. Apply Oliver Baking
Co., 545 Washington st.
WANTED SECOND-HAND DONKEY EN
glne In good repair. Address J. W. Goodln.
WANTED HORSES. FOR RANCH WORK.
1100 and over. Call or address 1212 Ellsworth,
WANTED "WILL" PAY CASH FOR SOME
econd-hand oak showcases. J 21, care Ore
gonian. BELLINGER - COTTON CODE. SCHOOL
books bought at Old Book Etore. 229 YamhllL
WANTED SECOND - HAND PHAETON;
uivui w iu fcipun conauioa. iu v. uregoruan.
100 CORDS FIR WOOD. ABOARD THE CARS.
r. v. dox as, i-ortiana. or.
THE PALMER HOUSE. S. E. COR. ALDER
o luriucrij- oe spaiaing xne
most complete apartment-bouse in the city;
steam heat, gas. electric light, porcelain
baths, every modern convenience. Tourist
and transient trade solicited. '
Kingston. 190H -2d. next Baker Theater Under
new management; elegantly furnished rooms;
steam heat, gas, porcelain bath, phone; tour
ist and transient solicited, suitable for trav
THE APPLETON. S. W. cor. Cth and Everett
fcjegani rooms; pcrcejain oaths, electric
lights; tinder management former proprietor
ess of the Clement House; tourists f M tran
THE ELKTON. 62H N. SIXTH ST. FIRST-
transient solicited. Phone Black 2935. '
PLEASANTLY FURNISHED ROOM. 321 SAL-
THREE FINE ROOMS FOR RENT. FUR
nlshed or unfurnished; bay window, Ngas. fur
nace, phone, water, bath; best part of town,
central. W 19. Oregonian.
CLEAN. COMFORTABLE ROOMS; RESPECT
able house; transients accommodated; perma
nent roomers desired; prices reasonable. 347
SSI YAMHILL NEW MANAGEMENT; FUR
nlshed rooms, by the day. week or month;
modern conveniences; two blocks from Hotel
LARGE. NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS;
bath. gas. telephone; five minutes walk
from postoffice; references required. 325 7th
211 12TH STREET. NEAR TAYLOR NICE
small room, for young men; use of phone,
bath, heat, light; all conveniences; reason
able LARGE, WELL-FURNISHED BAY-WINDOW
alcove room; modern conveniences; beautiful
location; private family. 255 11th st.
A LARGE BAY-WINDOW ROOM. GROUND
floor, unfurnished, suitable for two gentle
men; reference. 446 Washington.
FURNISHED ROOM. ON GROUND FLOOR;
new fiat; no other roomers; gentleman; refer
ences. Address C 19. Oregonian.
252 7TH. THREE BLOCKS FROM PORT
land Hotel Nicely furnished room; bath, tel
ephone. modern conveniences.
350 WASHINGTON ST.. COR. PARK DE
slrable suites or single rooms; very reason
able; phone bath; transient.
WELL-FURNISHED LARGE FRONT ROOM;
hay window; also small room; modern con
veniences. 1SS West Park.
314 CLAY PLEASANT. SUNNY ROOM. SS:
party occupied during day preferred; five min
utes from postoffice.
THE AVALON. 413H WASHINGTON A
nicely furnished suite and tingle room: Just
LARGE, NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS;
rent reasonable. Phone Clay 195L 3434 Yam
hill st,, cor. 7th.
THE BONITA. 69 7TH ST.. NEAR LIBRARY
Nicely furnished sunny rooms; reasonable.
THE ABBOTT. 228 WASH. FINE Fur
nished" rooms, en suite, single or housekeeping.
YOUNG LADY CAN HAVE ROOMV VERY
reasonable Call at 413fc Everett St., room S.
Furnished rooms. $1 week up. Gilman Hotel.
1st & Alder; Tremont Hotel. 7th and Everett.
NICELY FURNISHED SINGLE ROOM. FOR
a gentleman. In private family. 254 12th st.
FRONT ROOM. WITH ALCOVE; TWO SIDE
rooms; with bath. 328 6th.
Rooms With Board.
HOTEL BROWN LARGE PLEASANT
rooms, newly furnished: baths, electric lights,
elevator; good table: rooms for transients; on
both car lines. 271U Grand ave
HOTEL VENDOME. COR. 13TH AND AL
cer Newly furnished, steam heat, porcelain
bath; elegant rooms, with board, by the day
$1.22 ud; reasonable rates by month,1 table
and service first-class; tourist trade solicited.
PORTLAND WOMEN'S UNION: 15TH YEAR;
rooms,- with board; use of sewing-room; use
ot library: Woman's Exchange Address Mrx.
K. C 'Eckler. Superintendent. 510 Flanders
THE COLONLVL. A SELECT FAMILY Ho
tel. 165 and 167 10th st, A very desirable
suite, second-floor front; also other rooms;
with first-class table and service
NEWLY FURNISHED ROOM. CONVENIENT,
suitable for two. with or without board; rea
sonable; gents preferred. Phone West 1355.
289 11th sL
463 YAMHILL NICELY FURNISHED
rooms, with good home board; hot and cold
water, bath; reasonable
THE SOUTHERN. 374 YAMHILL SUITES,
first' floor; also single rooms; with -board.
Phone South 1026.
FRONT ROOM AND BOAtlD. IN. PRIVATE
family, for one or two. 75 North Park, near
394 ALDER ST. TWO ROOMS. FURNISHED,
with first-class table board; reasonable; ref
erences. FURNISHED ROOM; MODERN CONVEN
ienccs. 2C9 14th st-. cor. JeSerso".
TWO LARGE. NICELY FURNISHED HOUSE
keeplng rooms: also two smaller ones up
stairs: to quiet people without children only;
telephone, large yard. 81 North 9th, cor.
$9 PER MONTH: THREE FURNISHED
housekeeping rooms: pantry, bathroom and
woodshed, with water and telephone. Mrs.
Baum. 184 Sherman,
NEWLY FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING
rooms; large, airy, gas range; free phone and
bath; reasonable rent; brick flat. 262 Clay,
426 ALDER, THE STEVENS, BETWEEN
11th and 12th sts. Lovely housekeeping
rooms; porcelain bath, phone; one large front
FOR RENT TWO NICELY FURNISHED
rooms, convenient for light housekeeping;
will rent single or en suite. Call 509 Mill su
TWO DESIRABLE UNFURNISHED . HOUSE
keeplng rooms, on ground floor: central loca
tion; reference 446 Washington st.
THREE HOUSEKEEPING SUITES. ONE
single room, all nicely furnished, at 290 Jef
ferson St., south end City Hall.
CHEAPEST FURNISHED AND UNFUR
nlshed housekeeping and transient rooms.
206 Front st. and 1S6 Madison.
FRONT ALCOVE ROOM. WITH KITCHEN,
furnished for housekeeping; very desirable lo
cation. 201 11th. cor. Taylor.
FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING SUITE,
fronting Washington St., $2 per- week; no
children. 204 Washington st.
PLEASANT UNFURNISHED OR PARTLY
furnished housekeeping rooms; bath; no chil
dren. 550 Cth. near Lincoln.
74 7TH. COR. OAK LARGE FRONT ROOM
and kitchen. Completely furnished, for house
keeping; tse bath, phone
TWO OR THREE VERY DESIRABLE AND
nicely furnished housekeeping rooms; central
and reasonable 333 3d.
TWO SUITES OF WELL - FURNISHED
housekeeping rooms; also single bedroom. 403
4 th, cor. Harrison.
THREE UNFURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING
rooms; us of bath and phone. S31 1st it.
Phone West 2060.
S72 1ST ST. THREE FURNISHED BAY
wlndow housekeeping rooms, $13; respect
able people only.
FINE LARGE, NEWLY PAPERED SUITES,
$10. $11 and $12 per month. Call 272 1st.
FOR RENT THREE FURNISHED ROOMS,
to man and wife ino children). 1117 Haw
433 EVERETT. BETWEEN 10TH AND 11TH
Furnished flat, 2 rooms; alcove bath, tele
phone 445 5TH ST. TWO NEW UNFURNISHED OR
furnished housekeeping rooms; bath and
ONE SUITE FURNISHED ROOMS. CON
nectlcg; bath, phone (Green 553). 322 14th st.
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS, $L50 per week up;
on car line. 450 Goldsmith. Phone Pink 1532.
3 OR 6 ROOMS. GROUND FLOOR; GARDEN
50c each per week. 234 Morrison, room 2.
THREE UNFURNISHED ' HOUSEKEEPING
rooms. Including water. $S month. 424 1st,
TWO NEATLY FURNISHED KOUSEKEER
Ing rooms; phone and bath. 429 Main st.
THREE FURNISHED ROOMS. FOR HOUSE
kceplng; private residence. 90 7th st.
THREE FURNISHED ROOMS. FOR HOUSE
keeplng; private residence. 00 7th st.
447 MAIN ST. NICELY FURNISHED HOUSE-
FOR RENT FOUR UNFURNISHED ROOMS.
Inquire 415 6th St.. cor. Hall.
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS. MODERN. FOR
man and wife 305 3d st.
UNFURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS
364 East Oak. room 10.
DONALD O. WOODWARD. 243 STARK ST
rests end lnsurxr.ee. Phone Main 345.
ADMINISTRATOR OF ESTATES.
FLAT FOR RENT. 6 ROOMS AND BATH.
Key at 171 West Park st. Particulars. 305
6th at. .Phone Red S31.
S-ROOM FURNISHED FLAT. BUSINESS
center, for rent. $40. O. C R. Sills, tocts. 21.
264 Morrison st, '
hot and cold water; large lawn, gardes, fruit;
FOR RENT 5-ROOM HOUSE. CLOSE IN,
Office steamer Mascot, foot Taylor st.
MODERN S-ROOM COTTAGE, $18. INQUIRE
ROOMING-HOUSE. 15 ROOMS: RENT $35;
NEATLY FURNISHED 5-ROOM COTTAGE,
uuuciu. uw -xjui su. roruana .Heights.
Haases for Rest Puraliare tor Sale.
FURNITURE OF COZY O-ROOM COTTAGE,
in good, central location, recently furnished,
at cost of over $700; will sell for $500; rent
butcher shop or drug store and bakery, with
quire 341 Broad et., Montavlllz. Phone Union
TWO STORES AND ROOMING , unirsi?.
being three-story building on Stark st.. op-
posiic oratj. inquire nu v.namter of Com
FOR RENT STORE. COK. 10TH AND GLI-
uuu iur usai manmactunng.
Smith. 8S North 16th.
BRICK STOREROOM. GOOD LOCATION FOR
second-band business, etc; cheap rents. 232
PART OF LARGE OFFICE, WITH OR
miuuui uc3k. iiu Aiisity- Diag. iTione day
DESKROOM FOR RENT, WITH ALL CON
veniencea. 530 Chamber of Commerce
FOR RENT SEVERAL LARGE Ttnovc
suitable for blacksmith, paint or wason
snop; staoie room zor horse:. Inquire 154
WANTED AT THE SOUTHERN TERMINUS
ot the Columbia Southern "extension, first
class hotel. Courlnc-mlll. Blacksmith shop,
hardware store drug store with doctor,
woolen-mill, furniture factory, harness shop,
first-class general store, etc Write to H. W.
Reed. Secretary Board of Trade. Bend. Or.
FLOUR MILL MEN. ATTENTION! FOR
sale Machinery and fixtures" of 150-barrel
flour mill at Welser. Idaho; cost over $20,000,
in exchange for real estate. For Information.
w .turcu uu, boue uuy, xaano, or 10
C. S. Fossslman, Welser. Idaho.
WANTED PARTNER. GENTLEMAN OR
lady, to invest $1000 In good, paying busi
ness, to devote their time to office work and
da collecting; if you mean business, Investi
gate. R IS. Oregonian.
DELICATE-ESSEN AND GROCERY STORE;
fine business and large profits; receipts over
$800 a month, rent only $20 a month; price
JENNINGS & CO 300 MORRISON ST.
FOR SALE WELL - ESTABLISHED MER
chandlse store. Invoice $5000 to $6000, in one
pf the best towns in Willamette Valley, popu
lation 1100. electric Hlght and waterworks.
T 13, Oregcnlaa.
FOR SALE A PLANING-MILL. COMPLETE
plant, situated in the best small town In Or
egon; rail and river transportation. For fur
ther information address P. O. box 103. Port
land. VALUABLE U. S. PAT.. SEPT- 2, 1002
Jtlgnu lor states of Oregon, Washington and
Idaho; profitable business for 17 years. Ad
dress Grlswold. care Oregonian."
ROOMING-HOUSE. 8 ROOMS. $500.
Rooming-bouse. 11 rooms, $650.
Rooming-house. 16 rooms, $S50.
t Inquire 255 4th'.
ENERGETIC. MAN WITH - $500 CAN BUY
half Interest In a safe and profitable busi
ness; duties easily acquired; a splendid
chance; full Investigation courted. E 10.
WELL-ESTABLISHED BUSINESS. BRICK
building. Valley town, three railroads, choice
location. 3pienaiii stock general merchandise;
a bargain. C 21, Oregonian.
FOR SALE HOTEL JEFFERSON: DOING
good business; leaving on account of slck
ne.s; cheap if sold soqu. Call or address Mrs.
I. M. Elliott, Jefferson. Or.
FOR SALE GOOD SITfc FOR A MILL OR
factory, 1300 feet river frontage, deep water,
railroad facilities good; 5 miles north of city.
West Side. Box 1040, city.
GROCERY FOR SALE AT INVOICE. ABOUT
$500; fine location; good living rooms; rent
riasonable Investigate. Weldon. Nelson &
Co.. 145 3d st.
THE ONLY BAKERY AT MACKAY. IDAHO,
a promising mining town and railroad termi
nus; for sale or lease Write E. W. Burton,
FOR SALE HALF INTEREST MY SALOON,
S3 Russell st., Alblna. Take "L" car on 3d
st. References exchanged. Call 83 Russell
CIGAR STORE ON MAIN ST.. PENDLETON.
. Or., for sale: stock and fixtures worth $2500;
dally receipts $25. Apply W- F. Earnheart,
FOR SALE PATENT RIGHT TO STATE OF
uregon zor tweity that sells at sight; high
est Indorsements. Address N 20, Oregonian.
FOR SALE BY OWNER, A 42-ROOM LODO-
ms-nouse. nuuaiea in oesi part or city; nve
years' lease Address H 10. Oregonian.
5 - ROOM COTTAGE, EXTREMELY CEN-
uttj, muti uc suiu quits; price $)v; rent io
Telephone Hood 705. 255 4th st.
OREGON SECURITIES AND GOLCONDA
stocks for sale at a bargain, if taken quick.
L. T. Keady & Cc. Falling bldg.
ROOMING-HOUSE. 0 ROOMS, VERY CEN
tral; snap; Investigate quick; $150 down,
easy payments. Inquire 255 4th.
PARTY WITH $25 HELP BUILD UP Es
tablished, paying business; liberal Interest
given. Address G 20. Oregonian.
ROOMING-HOUSE. 0 ROOMS. VERY CEN
tral; snap; Investigate quick; $150 down, easy
payments. Inquire 255 4th.
FIRST - CLASS .ROOMING-HOUSE; STEAM
heat, central. 35 rooms, brick; terms, $2500.
Inquire 255 4th.
FOR SALE ROOMING-HOUSE. BRICK. 10
rooms; half cash, balance easy payments.
Inquire 255 4th.
GROCERY. $750. OR. INVOICE; "BEST OF
location; good trade; reasonable rent: a bar
gain. 145 3d.
FOR -SALE ROOMING-HOUSE. 10 ROOMS,
three blocks from postoffice; price $600. In
quire 255 4th.
FOR SALE ROOMING-HOUSE. 17 ROOMS'
flrst-class location; rent $52; price $1500 In
quire 255 4th.
29 ROOMS, CHEAPEST -RENT IN PORT
land; good lease: price $2000; rent $50. In
quire 255 4th.
FOR SALE ROOMING-HOUSE, 17 ROOMS,
flrst-class location- rent $52; price $1500 In
quire 255 4th.
FOR SALE ROOMING-HOUSE. BRICK. SO
rooms central. 40 furnished, $1000. Inquire
24 ROOMS. RENT $55. GOOD LOCATION.
price $2100. today only. Inquire 255 4th,
CIGAR STAND. GOOD LOCATION RENT
$12, price $465; bargain. Inquire 255 4th.
WANTED TO BUY ROOMING-HOUSES AND
eating-houses. 510 McKay block.
MEAT MARKET FOR SALE; CASH TRADE.
O 20, Oregonian.
A VALUABLE SECRET; HOW TO MAKE
two pounds good butter from pint of butter
milk. Information free. Elation Supply Co
410 Main. Welutka. Ind. Ter. '
GERMAN FARMER. MIDDLE AGE. WITH
some means, would like to correspond, with
German lady from 40 to 50 years; no children
J. F-. Mount Hood. Or.
TOUR PRESCRIPTIONS ARE MORE AC
.curately and reasonably fllied at Eyssell's
Pharmacy. 227 Morrison st.. bet 1st and 2d.
We print your same on So calling cards, prop
er slie and style 25c: 250 business cards. $1.
Brown & Schmale. 20 1st. Portland. Or.
FEATHERS AND BOAS cleaned and curled.
Mrs. M. Gilbert, from London, room 5 Cos
mos, 4th and Morrison. Tel. Red 1906.
ANY ONE KNOWING THE WHEREABOUTS
rf -EWrflnnrtri ITlrtrh fill ntu v. i
wife. Oregon City. Or.
MISS OLLIE BROWNT STENOGRAPHER.
1S1U 1st, cor. Yamhill, ton
67G WOMEN WANTED
Sufferinc firm irrezular. Tialsrcl or stoseana.
Leueorraoea (whites) and all diseases of
women, oie or Toung. .cure by old Dr.
Xtssler. 230 Yamhill st.. Portland. Or. Pri
vate waltiB-room fcr ladles. Call or write
Inclose 10 "-cent stamps when writing. These
medicines sent cy mail to any postomce on
ezru; ruu instructions.
THE COMPLEXION. HAIR, SKIN" AND
scaip sexnuncauy treated; no risks run;
Portland's best citizens for reference: facial
massage a specialty; massage and electroly
sis taught by Mm. Aza Holmes, the reliable
specialist, ail Morrison sc. oposlte P. O.
DRESS SUITS FOR RENT. ALL SIZES
$1 a month keeps your clothing cleaned and
pressed, buttons sewed on and rips sewed up.
Prompt calls and deliveries. Unique Tailor
ing -o., -i. vyasawgicn, opposite Cordrays.
A SLEETLESS SIGHT CAN BE PREVENT-
ed by the use of Sexlne Pills. If you ara
nervous and weak, they will restore you. $1
a box. 6 boxes $5. J. A, Clemenson. Drug
gist. 2d and Yamhill. Portland. Or.
"BOOK OF NATURE." "MABEL GRAY."
"Rosa's Confession," "Her Fatal Passion."
"A Modem Lover." "Led Astray," "Sweet
Silence," "Cam file" and 500 other cood
.hooks, 50c each. Schmale, 220 1st,
Wcmen made beautiful. Otosa Bust Developer
enlarges oust o incues. Absolutely harmless.'
$1000.00 guarantee. Has stoo4 the test 50
years. Address Placaurd Medical Cc (West
ern Dept.). box 814. Seattle. Wash.
MANLT VIGOR RESTORED BY DR. ROB-
ens iserve uioDuies. une month s treat
ment. $2; 3 months. S3. Sent securely- sealed
by mall. Agents, Wocdard. Clarke & Co,
ENJOY LlFE BY REGAINING STRENGTH
and .happiness be .using Sexlna. Pills 1 price
$1; 6 for $5. J. A. Clemenson, Druggist, cor.
2d and Yamhill, Portland. Or.
WE RECOMMEND OUR COLD CURE; PRICE
25c and-aoc- Knight's Drug- Store 123 6th .
DR. LAMOTIE'S FRENCH CORN PAINT.
The best corn cure 25 cents. All druggists'..
FINE DAY! BUY MEREDITH'S UMBREL
las. Repairing, recovering. Wash, and 6tlr.
MRS. OBROCK. GRADUATE MASSEUSE,
manlcarlng, 424 Ablngton bldg.' Red 2S64.
PROPOSALS FOR TRANSPORTATION OF
U0VJiUSlIE.Vr TROOPS AND SUPPLIES
TO AND FROM ALASKA, DURING SEA
SON OF 1003. Quartermaster's Office. . Seat
tle, Wash.. March 13, 1003. Sealed propo
sals, in duplicate, will be received here until
11 A. M.. Wednesday, April .1. 1903, and then
opened, for transportation of Government
troops- and supplies from Seattle and Tacoma,
Wash., to Skigway, Haines, Fort LUcum. St.
Michael and Fort Davis. Alaska, and to
points on the Yukon River la Alaska; from
Michael. Alaska, to the various nolnta on
the Yukon River; and for the- transportation
in opposite airecuon oetween an points men
tioned. Also, for transportation to and from
polnu on the 'Yukon River via the White
Pass & Yukon Route Right Is reserved to
reject any or all proposals or parts thereof.
Detailed Information as to service required
will be furnished upon application. Envel
opes containing proi-osals should bo marked
"Proposals for Transportation to Alaska."
and addressed to G. S. BINGHAM. Major
and Qr. Mr., U. S. Army.
DESIGN FOR MONUMENT THE COMMIT
tee on design for a monument to the Second
Oregon Volunteers who died in service In the
Philippines will pay $1000 for an artistic
and suitable design for a memorial monu
ment commemorative of the services of these
men, the necessary woiklng drawings and
models and superintendence of construction
and placing. The monument to be of Oregon
dark granite, surmounted by a bronze figure
of a soldier in action In modern field uni
form, and to have Inserted on the granite
faces cr rsnels the names ot 64 men. The
completed monument to cost .not over $15,000,
Including cost cf design. Other details left to
the artist. This monument wilt be erected in
the center ot a plaza block in the City o
Portland, fronting the County Court House.
The committee reserves the right to reject all
designs not acceptable. The designs to be
submitted to the committee on or before June
15. 1903. at the office of the undersigned, NO.
721 Chamber of Commerce. Portland. Or.
JAMES JACKSON. CoL, U. S. A, President
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS SEALED BID3
will be received by the County Court of Gil
Ham County, Oregon, at Condon. Or., until 4
P. M., Saturday, March 21. 1903, for the erec
tion and comoletlon of a brick courthouse,
according to the plans and specifications pre
pared by Charles H. Burggraf, architect, Al
bany, Or The ono to whom the contract Is
awarded shall give an approved bond to the
full amount ot the contract within 10 davs
t after the awarding of the contract. All bids
must be made out upon blank proposals for
the same, which will be furnished .by the
County Clerk or the architect. Plans and
specifications' can be seen at niton & Ger
spaclL 204 Fourth, Portland, Or., until March
7. and at the County Clerk's office Condon.
Or., from March 10 to March 21. or at the
architect's office at any time The court re
serves the right to reject any or all bids.
EDWARD DUNN. County Judge
RALPH FROMAN. JAMES DYER. Com
missioners. SEALED BIDS WILL BE RECEIVED AT
the School Clerk's office. City Hall, up to 12
II.. Friday. March 20. 1903, for building an
addition to the Highland School building.
The contracts will be let as follows:
First Excavating, brick work, concrete
work and plastering.
Second Carpenter work.
Fifth Plumbing and drainage
Plans and specifications for the same can
be seen at the School Clerk's office A certi
fied check for 10 per cent of the amount of
the bid must accompany the same The
Board of Directors of School District No. 1
reserves the right to reject cny and all bids.
THOMAS J. JONES, Architect
Portland. Or.. March 11. 1003.
OFFICE OF a Q. M., VANCOUVER BAR
racks. Wash.; March 9'. 1903. Sealed propo
sals. In triplicate, will be received here until
11 o'clock A. M.. April 7. 1903, and then
opened, for printing at these headquarters
during fiscal year ending June 30. 1904. U.
S. reserves right to reject or accept any or
all proposals. Information furnished on ap
plication. Envelopes containing proposals
should be marked "Proposals for printing."
and addressed F. H. HATHAWAY. C. Q. M.
U. S. ENGINEER OFFICE. PORTLAND.
Or., Feb. 3, 1003. Sealed proposals will he
received here for constructing dipper dredge,
complete, or for dredging machinery only,
for work ot Improving Willamette and Yam
hill Rivers, until II A- M., March 16. 1903.
and then publicly opened. Information on
application. W. C LANGFITT. Capt,. Engrs.
U. S. ENGINEER OFFICE. PORTLAND,
Or., Feb. 3. 1903. Sealed proposals will be
received hwe for constructing dipper dredge,
or for dredging machinery only, for work of
improving Upper Columbia and Snake Rivers,
until 11 A M.. March 16. 1903. and then
publicly opened. Information on application.
W. C LANGFITT. Capt. Engrs.
OFFICE OF THE OREGON &. CALIFORNIA
Railroad Company Notice of Stockholders'
Meeting Stockholders are hereby notified that
the annua! meeting of the stockholders of the
Oergon & California Railroad Company will
be held at the office ot the company. 265
Washington street. In the City of Portland,
County of Multnomah, State of Oregon, on
Tuesday, the 14th day of April. 1903, at the
hour ot 11 o'clock A. M., for the purpose of
electing directors for the ensuing year and
the transaction of such qther business as may
legally come before the meeting.
GEO. H. ANDREWS, Secretary.
Portland, Or.. March 14, 1003.
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF PARTNER
SHIP xne pannersnip neretorore existing be
tween C W. Cottrell and S. G. Jones, doing
business at Washougal, Wash., under the
firm name of Cottrell & Jones, is, by mutual
consent, this day dissolved. The business will
be continued by S. G. Jones, .who will collect
accounts and pay all Indebtedness of said
firm. C W. COTTRELL.
S. G. JONES.
FRED H. STRONG. FINANCIAL AGENT.
Money to loan. No commission.
x am in a position 10 mane immeoiate loans
on Improved real estate or for building pur
poses: any amount: moderate interest. We
approve loans from plans and advance mon
ey as building progresses when desired. Op
tion In repayment after one year.
FRED H. STRONG, Financial Agent.
103 Second street, near Stark.
LOANS MADE TO SALARIED PEOPLE
holding permanent position with responsible
Arms, upon their own names; easy payments;
MONEY to loan on chattel mortgages.
New Era Loan & Trust Cc, room 206
LOANS WITHOUT PUBLICITY ON READ
or chattel mortgages, personal or salary se
curity, at low rates. C W. Pallletr. 213 Com
mercial block. Telephone Grant 56.
MONEY ADVANCED SALARIED PEOPLE.
1ra.xiiJ.c13. wiuioui security; easy payments;
largest business in 46 principal cities. Tel
man, 223 Ablngton bldg.
LOANS ON FURNITURE. PIANOS AND
room 45 Washington bldg. Phone" Hood 415."
MONEY TO LOAN. 6 AND 7 PER CENT. ON
ciiy prouercy ana improved volley rm.
W. A. Shaw & Cc, 243 Stark st.
SALARY AND CHATTEL LOANS; CONFI-
cenuai: easy payments. Portland Credit
, S31 Sherlock.
Xteaas without publicity cc personal security;
Jow rates; watches, diamonds sold on Install
ssenta. Felix BIcch. Nc T Washington bldg.
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST RATES; NO
coaamltaloa. and abstract ot tltla furnished.
Portland Abstract Cc. 602 Commercial blk.
LOANS IN SUMS FROM $3 TO $500 ON ALL
kla&s ot security. R, J. Eckersoa & Cc.
room 5 Washlagtca bldg. Phone Clay 73.
Mosey loaned on all kinds of security; 6 per
ceat building loans a specialty. W. H. .Nuna,
552 Sherlock block. Phone Clay 529.
MONEY TO LOAN ON ALL KINDS OF SE
curity. Wrn. Holl. room 3 Washington bldg.
Six per cent money to lean on Clackamas Coun
ty land?. E. F. Riley. 603 Cham. Commerce
MONEY TO LOAN 8 per cent, farm or city
property. O. M. Smith. 3 Cb, ot Commerce.
$100 UP ON REAL ESTATE MORTGAGES,
below usual rates. Ward. 323 The Allsky.
Money to loan, small amounts, short or long
time. J. H. Hawley, 2 Chamber of Com.
LOANS. MINING STOCK and lewelry: private;
. gold dust bought, 215 Commercial block.
SSOo.OOO TO LOAN AT 5 AND 6 PER CENT.
Wrn. G. Beck. 321 Morrison i'w
S. FRIEDMAN. APPRAISER. 73 NORTH
6th s'.. residence 473 Main sr.
DELOS D. NEER. ARCHITECT. ROOM 3 21
and 22. 133 First st. Phone Red 2924.
Aanayers and Analysts.
MONTANA ASSAY OFFICE. 208 STARK ST.
Experts on analysis of coals, minerals, rock
-ana mineral waters. J. T. cove. Manager.
PAUL BAUMEL. ASSAYER AND ANALYST;
gold dust, bought, 228 Stark st.
A 1 1 o ra e y s-at-Larr.
PAGUE & JEFFREYS. LAWYERS: FED-
eral and state courts. Notary Public In of-
,jicc sits oregonian bldg.
H. B. DICKINSON, ATTORNEY AND COUN
sellor at law; notary public 503 Commercial b.
S. B. RIGGEN. ATTORNEY AND COUNSEL-lor-at-law.
Notary. S05-306 Ablngton bldg.
BARBERING AS AN ART. JOE JONES'
Grand Central Baths. 90 N. 3d. Hood 1522.
Root and. Shoe Repairing.
GOODYEAR SHOE REPAIR CO., 26S' Ai
der, bet. 3d and 4th. Phone South 2311.
TIMMS, EDWARDS CO.. AGENTS PAT
ton's . Sunproof Paints; guaranteed 5 years;
contractors supplies a- specialty. 209 Front.
Carpenters and Builders.
GEO. W. GORDON. COUNTERS. SHELVING,
houses built and repaired. 203 4th. Clay 174.
Hunter's steam carpet cleaning, refitting car
pets specialty. C50 Jefferson. Phone Main 214.
CARTER & ROST. cement contractors, 271
Porter st. Tel. Front 2864. Work guaranteed.
Chiropodists and Manlcarlng:.
TO DEVENY & EStELLE DEVENY. THE
only scientific chiropodists, parlors 301 Allsky
Duuaing. 'intra ana Morrison, uregon phone
Grant 16. This Is the long-haired gentleman.
He Is the man you are "looking for.
THE ONLY GRADUATE CHIROPODIST IN
the city. Patrons can rely on skillful and
scientific treatment. Pedicuring and mani
curing. Office 20 Raleigh bldg.
WESTERN FEED Si FUEL CO.. DEALERS
In all kinds of coal. Call us up for quota
tions. 154 North 5th. Main 1018. Col. 263.
VULCAN COAL CO., wholesale dealers; best
coals, foundry and smelter coke. Both phones.
KING" COAL COMPANY; BEST DOMESTIC
coal. $6.50 per ton. Telephone Oak 125L
Coal and Wood.
FULTON WOOD CO., 010 FIRST ST.; SLAB-
wood. $1.25 per loaa. Telephone Hood 995.
HERMANN METZGER. PURCHASER OF
hides, pelts, furs, wool, mohair, tallow, old
rubber "and old metal and general commission
merchant Front St., near Main. Portland,
Or. Cash advances on consignments.
TAYLOR. YOUNG & CO.. SHD? BROKERS
and commission merchants. Sherlock build
ing. Portland, Or.
ALLEN & LEWIS. COMMISSION AND PRO
duce merchants. Front & D sts., Portland, Or.
CORRUGATED IRON ROOFING. HOT-AIR
furnaces. J. C Bayer. 265 Second st.
L. B. McCALLA. WALTZ AND TWO-STEP
In one hour. Phone 10 A. M. to 5 P. M.
Dojr and Horse Hospital.
DR. S. J. CARNEY. D. V. S.. VETERINARY
surgeon. 10S N. 6th. Ore phone South 3861.
Dyeing: and Cleaning'.
H. W. TURNER, professional dyer and clean
er. 301 17th, cor. Columbia. Tel. Red 131.
OREGON PLATING, WORKS; ELECTRO
platlng of all kinds. 491 Washington. Red 756.
Order of Washington, foremost fraternal so
ciety of N. W.: protects the living. J. L.
Mitchell. Sup. Sec'y. 612-615 Marquam bldg.
TATUM & BOWEN. PORTLAND, SAN
Harness and Saddles.
THE GEORGE LAWRENCE CO... WHOLE
sale saddlers and harness manufacturers,
leather and saddlery hardware. 80-86 1st st.
THE BREYMAN LEATHER CO.. WHOLE
eale saddle and harness mfrs., saddlery "hard
ware, leather of all kinds. 73 Front st.
Jnnk, Hides and Felts.
L. Shank & Co. pay highest prices for old rub
ber, metals, bottles, iron. rags, hides, pelts
and tallow. 312 Frout, Tel. South 091.
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. REDD, mfr. hoot and shoe uppers; full
stock shoemakers' supplies. 207 Wash, st.
TRENKMAN & CO.. MINING, SAWMILL,
logging machinery, hydraulic pipes, castings
of all kinds repaired. 104 North Front at.
THE H. a ALBEE CO., SECOND-HAND
machinery, sawmills, etc 248 Grand ave
91 6TH "ST.. BETWEEN STARK & OAK.
Snowden Bathrooms; vapor, steam and sponge
baths, with massage; also electricity. Pleased
to sco all old customers, also new ones.
Oregon phone Front 2561.
VAPOR, STEAM AND SPONGE BATHS.
wiui ro&asaifc. uy upenencea young lady;
the beat treatment in the city. Room 16,
351 Morrison. Select patrons only.
FRENCH LADY. WITH YOUNG XADY As
sistant, Just arrived from Paris, gives mas
sage treatment 203 5th. Phone West 1973.
YOUNG. EXPERIENCED MASSEUSE GIVES
tnermai oatns ana scientinc massage. Room
CS Raleigh bldg.. 6th and Washington.
YOUNG AND THOROUGHLY COMPETENT.
sxiiiiui ana expenencea masseuse. Office 20
VAPOR BATHS AND MASSAGE BY LADY
from tne iast- oin lament sr,. room 15.
Lessons 50c pfano, guitar, banjo, mandolin, vlo-
im;uistrum'ts xor sale Airs. Aiarun. 104 - 1st.
Oregon Vlavl Co.
LEWIS BLDG,. PARK AND MORRISON STS.
Health talks to ladles. Thursdays. 2:30 P. M.
Plastering: sad Brick Work.
CEMENT WORK OF ANY DESCRIPTION.
siaeawiKs, etc; nrst-ciasa work; moderate
price K. G. Linda trom. Hotel Osbom, East
' . .
'Faints, Oils and Glass.
RASMUS SEN & CO.. JOBBERS. PAINTS.
oils, glassy sash and doors. ISO 1st st.
Mrs. Dreyfus, the unrivaled palmist aad clalr
voyant card reader. 133 1st,,, cor. Alder.
PATENTS PROTECT YOUR IDEAS. FES
contingent. Consultation free Est. 1S64.
Mlj? B. Stevens & Co.. S31 14th st,. Wash
ington. D C.
T. J. GEISLER; patent and trade mark mat
ters a specialty. 530 Chamber ot Commerce
DEVELOPING. PRINTING and ENLARGING.
Portland Finishing Cc. 602 Goodnoujh bldg.
Physicians and SargeeBa.
DR. MRS. CAREY TALBOT SUCCESS
fully treat3 and cures all disease or women
Successful home treatment by mall. 308 Sal
mon, between Fifth and Sixth.
DR. JAMES DICKSON. SPECIALIST IN KID
ney and skin diseases. Odd Fellows' Temple
I)r.,F,Iora' A- Brown; diseases of women and
children a specialty. Office 64S Belmont.
SSANI!i RESTAURANT. 266 DAVIS. TEL.
Clay 812. Meals. 25c; chicken tamale, 15c
DIEJOLD SAFES. JAILS. VAULT DOORS
and deposit work. Lockouts opened. General
repairs. Burglar alarms. Steel ceilings. Second-hand
safes bought and sold. Goods as
represented. J. E. Davis. 66 3d.
HERREn G-HALL-MARVIN SAFE CO.. Suc
cessors to Hall Safe & Lock Cc Portland
Safe- & Lock Cc, Sole Agents. 76 1st st.
Showcases and Store Flxtares.
R. LUTKE & CO., SUCCESSORS TO DIXON.
Borgeson & Cc. Sixth and Hoyt sts.
TRANSCONTINENTAL MACHINE CO.. COR.
Park and Oak: largest variety; repairing.
IT'S ALWAYS THE BEST TO CONSULT THE
Mahatma from India, clairvoyant, psychic
palmist, adviser and counsellor on all affairs
of life. Send age. sex. date ot birth, 4
questions and $1 for reading. Suite 2, 3 and
4. 313 Washington st,
ALL IN TROUBLE CALL AND SEE MRS.
Wallace, the famous psychle; gives valuable
advice on all affairs of life, traces absent
friends, mines, family difficulties. Always
consult the best. 271 Morrison st,, room. A.
HAVE YOUR LIFE READ BY MRS. LES
lie. wonderful clairvoyant; makes no charge
unless utmost satisfaction given. Room 22,
Larsen. the palmist; last month at present
Scientific life readings. 50c 216 Allsky bldg.
Mm. ROBSON. CLAIRVOYANT LIFE
reader; readings by mall. 201 3d. room 8.
Mrs. Stevens, spiritual life reader, scientific
palmist: 50c Removed to 343 Yamhll!-7th.
MRS. ADDIB R SMITH. BUSINESS AND
test, at 133 5th. cor. Alaer. room 1.
Storagre and Transfer.
C O. Pick, office, 88 First, bet. Stark and
Oak; phone 596. Pianos and furniture moved
and packed for shipping; commodious fire
proof brick warehouse; Front and Clay sts.
SAFES. PIANOS AND FURNITURE MOVED,
packed, chipped and stored; fireproof store
house Office, 123 1st., C. M. Olsen.
PORTLAND TRUNK CO.. CO THIRD ST..
wholesale and retail. Send for catalogue-
Nex Fay-Sholes. Jewetts, Oliver. Smith Pre
miers, Remingtons, sold, rented and repaired.
Office goods. Cunningham's, 231 Stark.
DENSMORE TYPEWRITER WB RENT AND
repair all machines. Full line, supplies.
Huxley. Ryan & Co., 82 4th st.
Columbia Bar-Lock Visible Typewriter; , get
catalogue, 319 California sr,, San Franclscc
Watchmakers and Jewelers.
JOHN A, BECK. WATCHES. DIAMONDS.
Jewelry, silverware 207 Morrison. Repairing.
ALLEN & LEWIS, WHOLESALE GROCERS,
cor. N. Front and Davis sts.. Portland, " Or.
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST DURING FIRE AT RESIDENCE OF
William Faber. gold nugget pin, valued
highly as a keepsake. Return to room 18
Russel bldg., and receive $20 reward No
LOST BLACK COCKER SPANIEL; LARGE
brown eyes. Reward, information or- return
685 Kearney. Front 900.
LOST SPECTACLES, ON 1ST. FRONT OR
Burnslde: left glass very thick. Return 390
LOST BLACK AND WHITE COCKER DOG.
Return 375 Alder. Reward.
FOUND A RED HEIFER. OWNER CALL
at 141 North 12th st.
FOUND PAIR OF CUFF BUTTONS. CALL
THE CANADUN BANK OF COMMERCE
, Head office. Toronto, Canada,
Capital paid up ..?8. 000.00(3
Transacts a General Banking Business.
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT.
Accounts opened for, sums of $10 and up
wards, and interest allowed on minimum
monthly balances. Rates on application.
244 WASHINGTON ST.
E. A. WYLD. Manager Portland Branch,
UNITED STATES NATIONAL BANK
OF PORTLAND, OREGON.
Northwest corner Third and Oak streets.
Transacts a General Banking Business.
Drafts Issued, available In all cities of tha
United States and Europe. Hong Kong and
Collections made on favorable terms.
President .J. a AINS WORTH
Vice-President ....W. E. AYER
Assistant Cashier ,.R- W. SCHMEEH
Assistant Cashier A M. WRIGHT
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF PORTLAND. OR.
Designated Depository and Financial Agent oi
the United States.
President H. W. CORBETT
Vice-President A, L. MILLS
Cashier J. W. NEWKIRK
Assistant Cashier W. C. ALVORB
Second Assistant Cashier B. F. STEVENS
Letters ot credit issued, available in Europa
and the Eastern States.
Sight exchange and telegraphic transfers sold
on New York. Boston. Chicago. St. Louis, St,
Paul. Omaha, San Franclaco-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, Chris.
tianla, Stockholm, St. Petersburg, Moscow,
Collections made on favorable terms.
LADD & TILTON. BANKERS
ESTABLISHED IN 1859.
Transacts a General Banking Business.
Interest allowed on time deposits.
Collections made at all points on favorable
terms. Letters of credit Issued available la
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 va
rious points in Oregon, Washington, Idaho,
Montana and British Columbia.
Exchange sold on London, Paris, Berlin,
Frankfort. Hong Kong, Yokohama, Manila and
MERCHANTS' NATIONAL BANK
J. FRANK WATSON President
It. L. DURHAM Vice-President
R W. HOYT ; Cashlel
GEORGE W HOYT Assistant Cashlej
United States Depository.
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING
Drafts and letters of credit Issued, avallablt
in all ports of the world.
Collections a specialty. Gold" dust bought.
LONDON & SAN FRANCISCO BANK.
Chamber ot Commerce building. Third and
Head office. S3 Old Broaa street, London.
This bank transacts a general banking bust
ness. makes loans, discounts bills and Issues
letters of credit available for travelers and tht
purcbasa of merchandise In any cltiy of tht
world. Deals In foreign and domestic exchange,
interest paid on time deposits.
W. A. MACRAE. Mngr.
WELLS. FARGO & CO. BANK
Corner 2d and Washineton.
HOMER S. KING Presldenl
R LEA BARNES CAS IT TEH
WALTER A. HOLT ASSISTANT CASHIEB
General Banking Business Transacted. Tt.
change sold and letters of credit Issued, avail
able in all parts of tha world.