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TME , MOBNING .OBEGOyiAN, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1903.
HKLF 'WAX TED FIE MALIC
METER & FRANK CO. "WANT SEVERAL
experienced sewers lor their alteration dept.
Apply at once.
WANTED G IRIi FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work; small family. CSS Tillamook. Phone
WANTED 25 GIRLS ANB WOMEN. ORE
gon Packing: Co.. East 8th and Yamhill.
Steady work. r
WANTED A GOOD WOMAN COOK OR
pood dishwasher at 408 Yamhill. Phono
WANTED A GOOD GIRL. FOR KITCHEN
work in a private boarding-bouse. 88 6th,
GIRL WANTED FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work; sood wages. Call G3 Mallory ave..
GIRL WANTED TO DO GENERAL HOUSE
work In small ramlly; evenings off. 434
WANTED CHILD'S NURSE; WILLING TO
do upstairs work. Phone Main 25H. 230
WANTED-rA GIRL TO ASSIST AT TAILOR
lng work on costume coats. Inquire. at 685 Vi
WANTED A FIRST-CLASS FINISHER
and printer. Davlec Studio, Morrison, near
LADIES WISHING WORK. STEADY OR
part of time, at home, address W 20, Ore
gonlan. NURSE OR WOMAN CAPABLE OF TAKING
care of sick baby. 383 11th, or Phone Front
WANTED FOR CHAMBER AND OTHER
light work; elderly woman or irl. 2014 3d.
GIRL WANTED FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work and cooking In family of 3. 210 11th.
WANTED. IMMEDIATELY A GOOD GIRL
for dining-room work. 83 5th St., near Stark.
HAIRDRESSER, ALSO A HAIRWORKER,
at Pari Hair Store, 308 Washington st.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK. AP
ply 215 24th St., North; phone Main 207.
WANTED DRESSMAKER. AT ONCE;
also apprentice. Call at 330 Harrison st.
GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK: FAMILY OF 2.
Apply before 11:30. 447 West Park.
WANTED GIRLS TO SEW AT MISS SHOG
ren's, 141 10th St., cor. Alder.
WANTED A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. Call 330 Park St.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE-
work. 425 10th, cor. Hall st.
GIRL WANTED FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. 427 Washington st.
A COMPETENT DINING-ROOM GIRL
wanted at 22 N. 11th st.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL" HOUSE
work. Apply 575 Hoyt st.
A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK AND
cooking. 148 North 18th.
GIRL FOR UPSTAIRS WORK AND WAIT
on table. 333 Clay st.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK. AP
ply 313 13th st.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK. CALL
05 N. 21st st.
NURSE GIRL WANTED; GOOD WAGES. 108
N. 18th st.
SITUATIONS WANTED MALE.
Bookkeepers and. Clerk.
WANTED BY EXPERIENCED STENOG
rapher (male), desk room in law office In
exchange for . partial services. Address Y
JAPANESE STUDENT WITH GOOD Ap
pearance, desires to work a few hours morn
lngs or afternoons, at any place; speaks
English throughout. T 52, Oregonlan.
JAPANESE AND CHINESE HELP FUR
nished, domestic farmhands, laborers, can
ners, potato diggers. Japanese Employment
Office. 69 North 5th st. Phone Clay 592.
RELIABLE YOUNG MAN (25). DESIRES
position as porter. elevator operator or assist
ant Janitor; good reference. Y 60, Oregonlan.
A STRONG FINLANDER. FILER, ELEC
trician's helper and fireman; speaks a little
English. Address A. Nordstrom, 341 N. 16th.
YOUNG GENTLEMAN. AGE 22. WISHES
work evenings and Sundays. W 52, care
Oregonlan. Good references.
WANTED WINDOW-CLEANING AND JANI
ior work. Prices reasonable; best of refer
ences. Phone Union 0101.
JAPANESE SCHOOLBOY WANTS WORK IN
country, morning and evening; wages no ob
ject. T.. 69 N. 5th.
WANTED AN 8 OR 10 MONTHS JOB OF
cutting wood or quarrying rock. Address
Box 000. Portland.
SITUATION WANTED BY A GRADUATE
male nurse, and masseur; good references.
P 6, Oregonlan.
WANTED A PLACE FOR BOY TO WORK?
for board while attending school. R 52,
WANTED BY LAUNDRYMAN. POSITION
as marker; fl rat-class references. A 51. Ore
YOUNG JAPANESE BOY WANTS SITUA-
uuii m smau lamuy. a j2, oregonlan.
SCHOOLBOY WANTS PLACE TO WORK FOR
board. W 50, Oregonlan.
JANITOR WORK WANTED BY RELIABLE
party. B 52, Oregonlan.
SITUATION WANTED FEMALE.
Bookkeepers and Stenographers.
POSITION WANTED BY EXPERIENCED
stsnographer; competent; can give references.
X 50. Oregonlan.
SITUATION WANTED BY YOUNG LADY
to do general office work; experienced. F 52,
SITUATION WANTED BY GIRL TO DO
general housework. 287 N. 17th st.
SITUATION WANTED BY REFINED
young widow, housekeeper, widower's fam
ily city. 230H( YamhllL Phono Black
DRESSMAKING OUT. BY DAY OR AT
home; first-class work; prices reasonable.
Mrs. Harvey, 231 S. 0th.
THE MISSES LAYNE. DRESSMAKING ;
shirtwaists a specialty. 426 Alder.
A WOMAN WANTS HOUSEWORK TO DO.
Address B 51. Oregonlan.
YOUNG WOMAN WANTS IRONING BY THE
day. Phone West 3791.
SOLICITOR WANTED. JACOBS SHIRT
Co.. Hamilton bldg., 131 3d st.
WANTED TO RENT.
WANTED TO RENT 8 OR 10 ROOM FUR
nlshed house, within walking distance, suit
able for boarding. Address W SL care Ore
gonlan. WANTED !TORE AND. BASEMENT. 75
to 90 feet, business vicinity; rent not to
exceed $70 per month. Y 53, Oregonlan.
WANTED BY MAN AND TWO BOYS A
place to room and board, with private fam
ily; East Side. T 50,' Oregonlan.
WANTED BY YOUNG LADY. ROOM, WITH
batn ana neat; also nreakfast and supper.
X 400. Oregonlan.
WANTED LEASE OF 2 OR 3 ACRES,
near car line, for raising chickens. 33o
WANTED TO RENT UNFURNISHED 8 OR
JO-room houss. West Side. A 83, Oregonlan.
WANTED TO RENT 6 OR 7-ROOM HOUSE.
Inquire at 613 2d. -
OLD CLOTHING AND OLD SHOES: HIGH
est price paid for men's cast-off clothing and
old shoes and blankets, quilts, valises; grips
arid trunks -at Friend Max's place, 73 N.
8d st. Phono Green 42S. Orders promptly
MEN'S CAST-OFF CLOTHING.SHOES, VA
llses and grips; everyone knows we pay tbe
highest price for everything; for men's
cast-off clothing a specialty. Call- at' the
Fair Deal. 62 N. 3d St.; 'phono Hood 517.
SELL US YOUR SECOND-HAND FURNI
ture. We must have over $800 worth this
next week. We will pay spot cash.
Phone UNION 018.
The UNION Furniture Co.,
Corner UNION ave. and East Oak.
WANTED HORSES TO BOARD FOR WIN
ter; large barn; plenty feed; good care.
Walter Cain. Blnearson place, near mouth
Clackamas River. References. Box 41. Ore
WANTED 75 OR 80 BUSHELS OF FOTA
toea for Children's Home; must be first-class;
bids for same addressed to G. P., 115 West
Park st., stating price and kind.
WANTED TO BORROW $000; WILL GIVE
mortgage on timber claim for security: state
Interest wanted. Address Lock -Box 407,
WANT TO RENT A FARM OF 15 TO 20
acres near the river or railroad, with house,
within 12 or 15 miles of Portland. Box 000,
FOLDING BED, WINDSOR PREFERRED. S
THE PHILADELPHIA FURNISHED APART
ments; everything new; running water in
rooms; electric lights, baths, magnificent view
plaza blocks and D. P. WThompson elk foun
tain; for transient and tourists; a model of
comfort. N. E. cor. 3d and Salmon. Phone
Main 2028. J. E. Mlnard Black, prop.
THE PALMER HOUSE. S. E. COR. ALDER
and Park sts., formerly the Spalding The
most complete apartment house In the city;
entirely renovated, steam heat, gas, electric
light, porcelain baths; every modern con
venience; tourist and transient trade sollicted.
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS. SINGLE OR
en suite, by day. week or month; this house
has been thoroughly renovated, and Is first
class In every respect. 10SV4 Union ave., cor.
East Alder. Phone Union 3263.
THE RUBY. 251 ALDER JUST OPENED
new brick building; new furnishings; up
to date; $2.50 to $4 & week; finest tran
sient; rooms; 50c to $1.
FOR RENT FRONT PARLOR, FURNISHED
suitable for lady -or gentleman, also on
bedroom with or without board. 390 1st st.
ELEGANTLY FURNISHED FRONT PAR
lor, suitable for single gentleman in private
family; no children. 554 7th st.
GENTLEMAN WILL FIND PLEASANT,
well-furnished rooms at 395 Salmon, corner
10th. Gas. bath and phone.
ONE ROOM. SUITABLE FOR TWO GEN
tlemen; -with modern Improvements, bath.
Inquire 120 10th -st.
LARGE. ELEGANTLY FURNISHED ROOM
for rent, suitable for two; gas, bath,
phone. 240 5th.
LARGE FRONT ROOM ON FIRST FLOOR;
also two single rooms; modern conveniences.
2SS Jefferson st.
GENTLEMEN WILL FIND PLEASANT,
well-furnished single room, or suite at 392
NICELY FURNISHED ROOM, $3 PER WEEK,
in private family; bath; phone; central. 428
ONE LARGE ROOM ON FIRST FLOOR:
also nice front rooms on second floor. 471
FOR RENT HALF A DOUBLE HOUSE,
with yard. 504 E. ISth st. Phone Union
414 YAMHILL-PLEASANT ROOMS. EN
suite or single; steam heat, bath, telephone,
Furnished rooms, SI week uj Oilman Hotel.
1st and Alder: Tremont Hotel. 7th and Everett
Witch Hazel, cor. Front and Madison House
keeping rooms; transient; bath, electric light.
THE MONTI CELLO, 12TH AND WASH MOD
ern, elegant furnished rooms; everything new.
RAMONA. 381 YAMHILL ST. ROOMS. $2
and up; electric lights and bath.
Rooms With Board.
PORTLAND WOMENfa UNION; 16TH YEAR;
rooms with board; use of sewing-roam; use
of library; Woman's Exchange. Address Mrs.
Anabel Russell, superintendent. 510 Flanders.
195 10th, COR. TAYLOR BEAUTIFUL
back parlor, newly furnished, with board;
strictly first-class house, thoroughly mod
ern; porcelain bath; walking distance.
718 WAYNE, BET. KING AND ST. CLAIR
Large, well-furnished rooms,1 with board: best
location, one block south Washington Street
car lln VT1 Pmnt OKM
HOTEL BROWN Room, newly furnished;
baths, electric lights, elevator; rooms for
transient; on both car lines. 271 Grand are.
HOTEL VENDOME COR. 13TH & ALDER.
Elegantly furnished rooms and board:
table and service first class. Tel. Main 1786
TWO HANDSOME FRONT ROOMS, LARGE,
light, sunny; nrst-ciass tame; central, reas
onable. 475 Washington, corner 14th.
FRONT ROOM FOR TWO GENTLEMEN;
breakfast and lunch, Jf desired; modern; close
In. U car. 484 Williams ave.
TWO UNFURNISHED ROOMS; ALSO TWO
furnished; board If desired. 362 East Mor
rison. Phone Scott 1704.
SEVERAL ROOMS WITH BOARD; CON
venlent for two gentlemen or couples, at
Simon House, 22 N. 11th,
FRONT PARLOR FOR TWO; GAS. BATH,
telephone and home cooking; table board.
15 10th and Burnside.
ELEKANT. LARGE ROOMS, SINGLE OR EN
suite; first-class board; good references re
quired. 229 13th.
PLEASANT ROOMS. NEWLY FURNISHED,
with board; every convenience. The Sterling,
10th and Couch.
BLAKELY HALL. 251 7TH. LARGE ROOMS
with first-lass board, four blocks from Ho
THE COLONIAL. .165 10TH ST. ROOMS,
suitable for one or two persons, with first
HANDSOME PARLOR, ALSO OTHER ROOMS
with board. Mrs. A. J. Brownlle, 333 Clay,
168 10TK TWO FRONT ROOMS. WITH
board; first and second floors, for two or
225 11TH ST. Front roomsr, running water;
table first class, Mrs. Mulford, manager.
394 ALDER, COR. 10TH FURNISHED ROOM
with first-class table board; reasonable.
FURNISHED ROOMS. SUITABLE FOR TWO
with board; price $20. 32 N. 11th st. '
NICELY FURNISHED ROOM. WITH BOARD
suitable for teachers. 581 3d st.
ROOMS AND BOARD IN A PRIVATE FAM
lly. for men only. 671 Gllsan st.
THREE LARGE SUITES OF ROOMS FOR
housekeeping: well furnished; close in; bath
toilet and telephone; price reasonable to re
sponsible parties with references. W. A
Shaw & Co., 243 Stark St., city.
886 CORBETT ST. THREE NICELY FUR
nished housekeeping rooms, with bath- on1
3d-si car line, opposlto Children's Home;
private family; reasonable terms; no children.
BRIUHT AND PLEASANT, NEWLY PAPER
ed and painted; porcelain bath tub; gas, tele
phone; close in; furnished and unfurnished
rent very reasonable. 328 2d st.
NICELY FURNISHED, GAS r RANGES IN
all rooms; nouse has been thoroughly cleaned
and is in first-class condition in every respect.
lo8 Union ave., cor. East Alder.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR LIGHT HOUSE
keeplng for man and wife; Al neighborhood;
must be responsible parties. B 17, Oregonlan.
THE UPSTAIRS 4 ROOMS. FURNISHED
phone, gas. water; nice yard; attic; no chil
dren: ready Sept, 15. Q 20. Oregonlan.
2 LARGE FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING
rooms, upstairs, to quiet couple without
children; reasonable. 81 N. th.
125 13TH. NEAR WASHINGTON. COM
pletely furnished housekeeping rooms, first
floor; bath, gas, phone. -
308 13TH. SUITE OF TWO FURNISHED
rooms; convenient and reasonable; no chil
dren. Phono West 470.
92 17TH. COR. FLANDERS FOR RENT
Two furnished housekeeping rooms to parties
445 5TH. ENTIRE FLOOR. 6 ROOMS. UN
furnlshed, partly furnished; bath, phone.
FURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED CLEAN
housekeeping rooms, close In. 87 10th,
FURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED CLEAN
housekeeping rooms, close In. 87 10th,
near Stark. x
THE HEILER FURNISHED AND UNFUR
nlshed housekeeping rooms to rent. 2S0
388 JEFFERSON ST. NICELY FURN
Jshed fiats, pomplete lor housekeeping; gas
and, telephone; no children; referente.
THREE FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING
rooms on East Side; nice location; use of
phone. Phone Scott 3725.
S NEWLY AND COMPLETELY FURNISHED
housekeeping rooms; rent reasonable to right
party. 222 N. 15th st.
2 OR 3 NEATLY FURNISHED HOUSE
keeplng rooms; bath, gas, phone. 314 6th,
THREE ROOMS COMPLETELY FURN
ished for housekeeping. 240 5th, cor.
2 OR 3 ROOMS. FURNISHED OR UNFUR
nlshed; bath and phone. 445 5th, near Col
$1.25 per week Large Xurols&ea housekeeping
rooms, with use laundry, bath. 184 Sherman.
435 ALDER NICE LIGHT HOUSEKEEP
lng rooms, furnished; all conveniences.
TWO NICE ROOMS. REASONABLE; PRI
vate family; bath, gas. Phone Scott 191.
NEATLY FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING
rooms, bath and phone. 429 Main st.
2 FURNISHED' HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS,
use of phone, gas stove. 568 5th st.
UNFURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS,
all conveniences. 449 6th.
FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING ROOM. 204
DONALD G. WOODWARD. 240 STARK ST..
rents and Insurance. Phone Main 345.
ADMINISTRATOR OF ESTATES.
211 7TH. NEAR MADISON 5-ROOM FLAT,
modern. Inquire Graves Muclc Store, 328
Washington st. TeL Main 1433.
A MODERN 10-ROOM HOUSE, STRICTLY
up-todate. Inquire of Portland Trust Com
pany of Oregon, 109 3d st.
FOR RENT OR LEASE MODERN 7-ROOM
house. 1176 Maryland ave.. North Alblna,
Inquire 87 North 7th st.
THE 4-STORY BUILDING 6n COUCH AND
Front sts. is for rent, and may be occupied
October 1. Fred BIckel.
120 NICELY ARRANGED COR. HOUSE, 7
rooms. 014 Corbett st. DAVID S. STEARNS.
249 Washington st.
NICE SIX-ROOM COTTAGE, WITH LAWN..
208 16th st. North. Inquire 73 North 3d at.
3-ROOM COTTAGE, SUITABLE FOR MAN
and wife. 131 North 21st. Room 324 Mar
6-ROOM COTTAGE. 320 E. 11TH; 5-ROOM
cottage, 026 E. Stark. Inquire latter place.
FIVE-ROOM COTTAGE. WITH YARD. 481
Union ave.. Upper Alblna. Rent $14.
MODERN 5-ROOM COTTAGE. 803 EAST
Nelson. $13. Dr. Darling.
FOR RENT NEW 7-ROOM HOUSE. IN-
quira room b, Lewis bldg.
MODERN FIRST-CLASS RESIDENCE, 13
rooms, an thoroughly furnished, neighbor
hood of High School, to responsible par
ties only. Inquire 515 Morrison.
TO LET. FURNISHED LARGE HOUSE IN
one of the most desirable parts of the city.
For particulars address N 10. Oregonlan.
FOR RENT FURNISHED 8-ROOM HOUSE.
modern, comparatively new. Phone bcott
112 or address S 52, Oregonlan.
FURNISHED HOUSE OF FIVE ROOMS,
witn piano; very reasonable. 548 Taylor st.
Houses for Rent, Furniture for Sale.
9-ROOM HOUSE WELL LOCATED; RENT
$.; furniture, $525. This is a snap. Here
is another: 8 rooms, rent $25, furniture
$450. O. C R. Ellis, room 21, 264 Morrison
$625 8-ROOM RESIDENCE, ELEGANTLY
furnished; full of roomers; very central;
everything new. See D. J. Beakey, 414
Chamber of Commerce. "
FOR SALE THE FURNITURE OF A 7
room cottage, complete for two families;
cheap; and cottage for rent. Address 329 5tn
FURNITURE OF COTTAGE FOR SALE,
i-vutrnii coiiage lor rent; price reasoname.
333 Davis. Phone West 2104.
MODERN 5-ROOM FLAT; NEW CARPETS,
curtains and stoves. A snap if sold by Sep.
tembcr 15. 34 N. 8th st.
COTTAGE CLOSE IN; FURNITURE FOR
sale; Income covers tho rent. Phone
255 5TH ST. S-ROOM HOUSE FOR RENT,'
lurauure ior saie; newiy Kaisommea. morn
ings. FIVE-ROOM FURNISHED HOUSE FOR
rent to adults. W. F. D. Mercer, 180 4th.
NECANICUM INN THE FINEST OCEAN
view, with grove and flowers; first-class
home accommodations for limited number.
For terms address Miss E. Damann, Saaslde,
FOR RENT SEX LARGE STOREROOMS ON
Russell street, suitable for storage, ware
house or worpshop purposes; near railroad.
C F. Plyroptoa. 318 Allsky bldg.
SAWMILL PLANT FOR SALE THE SAW
mlll plant of the Rainier Mill & Lumber
Company, located at "Rainier, Or., is offered
for sale. The plant consists of a thoroughly
equipped double rotary sawmill, steam teed,
live rolls, 14-inch Wilklns gang, dry kiln,
five boilers, large twin engines, automatic
engine, electric plant, etc All situated on
about five acres of land at Rainier. Or. The
mill Is ready for Immediate operation and Is
situated adjacent to both railroad and water
transportation. The sale will be by public
auction on the 26th day of September, 1903,
at the door of the Courthouse of Columbia
County, in St. Helens, Or., and will be sold
subject to confirmation by the court. Dated
at Portland. Or., August 25, 1903. B. D.
WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF SELLING
stocks and bonds for incorporated manufac
turing establishments and mining corpora
tions. We Incorporate and float stock com
panies. Horatio Gilbert & Co., brokers, Eill
cott Square. Buffalo.
FOR SALE OLD-ESTABLISHED RESTAUR
ant, with bakery and soda fountain, In con
nection, In most prosperous town In Oregon;
doing (tine business; good reasons for selling;
Investigate. Call or address 305 Washington
K most prosperous bakery In Walla Walla;
average monthly sales $3250. Owner wishes
iu reuit. auuicm xj. et o, i -oaumeisier
bldg.. Walla WaUa. Wash.
FOR SALE GENERA.. . MERCHANDISE
business, jn suburbs, on good county road,
postoffice; cheap If taken at once; 111 health
the reason for selling. Further particulars In
quire at 107 3d st., room 1.
FINE PAYING C6NFECTIONERY AND
tobacco business on Washington st. Inves
tigation Invited. Prlco $800. Davidson,
Ward & Co., 408 Chamber of Commerce.
FOR SALE OR TRADE GOOD HOTEL
building for sale or trade for lodging-house
In Portland (close in), inquire of O. P. Mc
Laughlin, Sheridan. Or.
UNUSLAL OPPORTUNITY TO BUY FAMILY
liquor business; well established; doing rood
burlness; stock and fixtures at cost. Hi A
Kline. Pendleton. Or.
$150 PARTNER IN. SQUARE OFFICE
business; money absolutely secured; full
est Investigation; appoint Interview. L 51,
CIGAR CONFECTIONER!. AND FRUIT
store; fine corner; long lease; must sell this
week; $1750. D. J. Beakey. 414 Chamber of
SEVERAL GREAT BARGAINS IN LODGING
housea and saloons. Inquire of Lehman &
Leezer. room 27, Washington bldg.
21 LARGE WELL FURNISHED ROOMS,
centrally located; parties leaving city; must
sacrifice. Owner, 420 Alder.
RESTAURANT. VERY CENTRAL. NEWLY
fitted: a bargain for $1250. D. J. Beakey.
414 Chamber of Commerce.
THE WOODLAWN HALL AND BAKERY.
75x100. for sale or rent; bargain. See owner,
wham Huss, Wopdlawn.
$1'60 BUYS HOUSE THAT NETS $100 PER
month: central: modern and full; no agents.
Address C 14. Oregonlan.
HAVE TWO THOUSAND SHARES LEVENS
Ledge stock for sale cheap. L. Y. Keady
& Co.", Falling Bldg.
SMALL OFFICE, GROUND FLOOR. N. 3D
.St.; two years' lease. Inquire at 249 -Burn-
SEE FORD . IF YOU WANT TO BUY OR
sell & rooming-house; hank reference.
Select boarding and rooming-house, ose of
the finest in Portland; centrally located; do
ing; a fine, business ; handsome grounds 1 rent
$100; 30 rooms; price. .$4500; one, of the beat
bargains in the city; terms.
Furniture finely furnished cottage; cottage
for rent; only $423; Very fine.
20 rooms, lease; rent $35; -central, $1300.
22 rooms. 3 years' lease;, rent $60.
Best buys In jcity; nets JJIOO per month.
10 rooms, fine transient; rent $50; price
32 rooms; rent $40; 3 years' lease, $1350.
FORD'S BUSINESS CHANCES, '165 4TH
Very finely located saloon, doing a splendid
business; long, lease; cheap rent; good reasons
for felling; price' $5000; one of the best In
tha city; Investigate this proposition.
I have grocery stores, cigar stands, raloona.
If I haven't what you want. I can get It.
Can make safe loans for clients; good in
terest. CALL AND SECURE A PAYING BUSINESS
$3000 Grocery; fine corner; heavy trade.
$2500 Grocery; living-rooms; good corner.
$3200 One of the finest and best-located
restaurants: will make you bank account.
$650 Restaurant, living-rooms; $200 month.
$800 Cleaning, dyeing; making $2U0 month.
XS50 Hardware and tinware; nice business.
$1200 Grocery, doing very nice business.
$800 Cigars, and candy; building; $700.
$800 Cigars and confections; living-rooms.
$1500 R.-house, 24 rooms, $120 month.
$180015 rooms, elegantly furnished.
$500 Meat market, corner; low rent; good.
$2500 General store; lower river town.
$1800 Laundry; clearing $300 monthly.
We have always on band business propo
sitions of all kinds, and can please you. In
formation free. Please give us a friendly call.
Shreve & Fabllngcr, 212 Ablngton bldg.
RELIABLE INFORMATION ON BUSINESS
opportunities, city or county
Only legitimate concerns listed.
Agents throughout the Northwest.
Latest Information on trade conditions.
Parties wishing, to purchase an established
business, interest In a corporation, or engage
in new enterprises, can obtain full Informa
tion at offices of
THE AMES MERCANTILE AGENCY.
. Abinston Building.
24-ROOM HOUSE. ALWAYS FULL. FINE
lawn, central corner; a genuine Bargain tor
$1900; half cash.
Snap 12 rooms, well furnished, good cor
ner, going away, sell this wgek for $800. D.
J. Beakey, 414 Chamber of Commerce.
21 LARGE ROOMS. FINEST LOCATION;
beautiful place; well furnished; a genuine
bargain; easy terms if desired.
32 rooms, brick building, nicely furnlshted;
fine transient trade; 3 years' lease; price,
$2300; terms. D. J. Beakey, 414 Chamber of
$500 BUYS RETIRING PARTNER'S IN-
terest jn tnorougniy estaousnea casn com
mission business; buyer guaranteed to
clear $100 monthly; remaining partner is
reputaole and responsible party; experi
ence unnecessary. 522 Chamber Commerce.
AN ESTABLISHED CEREAL FOOD COM
pany desires tbe services of reliable man to
fill responsible position; compensation $300u
per annum. Highest references required and
given. Address Auditor's Department, Box
4842, Battle Creek, Mich.
BIG SACRIFICE MODERN 27-ROOM FLAT;
newly furnlsbed throughout; electric lights,
long lease; present owner 2 years; guaran
teed to clear $150 above rent, with 4 liv
ing rooms; rent $85. Apply H 52, Oregonlan;
12-ROOM HOUSE ON JEFFERSON
street, near Fourth; price $600; rent. $23,
with lease. Inquire B. F. Walderon, 522
Chamber Commerce bldg.
GOOD BUSINESS IN SUBURBAN TOWN. ON
car line; no opposition; Improved and unim
proved property. Call at store, Oak Grove,
on Oregon City car line.
LEASE TO 1907 ON STORE ON PRINCIPAL
street. D. J. Beakey, 414 Chamber of Com
merce. FOR SALE! GOOD CORNER SALOON;
icase over iair; cneap rent, m WM), orego
nlan. FOR RENT OR SALE BLACKSMITH SHOP,
complete. Address P. O. box 1, Hood River,
STOCKS BOUGHT, SOLD, MONEY LOANED,
gold dust bought. 216 Comsaerclal block.
JO-HE. A NATURAL MAGNETIC OIL FROM
Texas; most wonderful discovery of age;
puzzles medical world; rheumatism, paraly
sis, spinal affections', erysipelas, neuralgia,
catarrh, cancer, burns, old sores yield to this
oil like magic; cures in 8 to 20 days; sample
can, 50c, .postpaid. Testimonials free. Agents
wanted. M. E. Clinton, 615 E. Couch St.,
Portland, Or. Fhone Union 1602.
SENSITIZED CLOTH. READY FOR USE
Lusterinc. a cnemlcaily prepared cloth, made
In different, grades; a modern photographic
process, ready for use; gives the gold and
platinum tones without use of chemicals.
Call and seo samples. The T. M. Rogers
Company. 321 Morrjson. cor. 0th.
MMB. AZA HOLMES, COMPLEXION, HAIR
and skin specialist, has removed to 364 Mor
rison. Parlors open from 8 A M. to 7 P. M.
Free demonstrations dally and samples of
cosmetics given. Portland's best physicians
and citizens for reference; apprentices
A FEW SLIGHTLY SCRATCHED DROP
head Singer machines for sale cheap on easy
terms; also one second-hand Singer In perfect
order; all attachments, guaranteed. $15; also
one for $8. Call at the Singer office. Park
and Morrison sts .
CULTURED AND REFINED UNINCUMBER?
ed little widow, age 26, visiting Portland
from the East, wlsnes to hear from retlned
gentlemen of means who can provide a
nice home for true lady; no objection to few
children. Address Box 710, Portland, Or.
MME CHAPELLE. THE PEERLESS PALM
ist and card-reader, positively reveals the
future. If sick or In trouble, alsappolnted in
love, business ventures, etc., a Visit to this
gifted lady will surely benefit you. 2io
140 MEN WANTED IMMEDIATELY, WHO
are suffering from any disease. We guaran
tee a cure If we undertake the case. Call at
once, as delay is dangerous. We havo a fa
mous cancer specialist. SU Louis Dispensary,
2d and Yamhill sts. .
WHERE IS THOMAS W. AARONS? WANT
ed, the address of Thomas W. Aarons. The
last heard of him he was in Albany, Or.
Information leading to hla whereabouts will
be liberally rewarded by his father, Alex
Aarons, Cannl. 111.
MRS. M. GILBERT, FROM LONDON ALL
kinds of feathers and boas cleaned, curled and
dyed: best of work; satisfaction guaranteed.
150 lit t., Portland, Or. Phone Red 3161.
Residence 249 Harrison st. Phone West WS9.
DRESS SUITS FOR RENT, ALL SIZES
$1 a month keeps your clothing cleaned and
pressed, buttons sewed on and rips sewed up.
Prompt calls and deliveries. Unique Tailor
ing Co., 317 Washington, oposlte Cordray's.
WORMS IN BABIES AND LITTLE CHIL
dren safely and quickly removed with our
"Woodlark" Homeopathic Worm Cure. Pleas
ant to take; 25c postpaid. Send stamps.
Woodard, Clarke & Co.. Portland. Or.
"Book of Nature," "Her HIdecn Charms," "A
Hot Tamale," "Mabel Gray." "Stolen
Sweets," "Madeleln Feret," "The Beauty
fcpot," "Darkest Chicago," The Decameron"
60c ea., list free. Schmale. 229 1st.
TO PROVE THE STATEMENT WE ABSO
lutely guarantee Sexlne Pills for all forms
of weakness. $1 a box; 6 for $5. Address
or call J. A. Clemenson, druggist, cor. 2d and
Yamhill sts.. Portland. Or.
MANLY VIGOR RESTORED BY DR. ROB
eru Nerve Globules. One month's treat
ment, $2; 3 months, $5. Sent secured sealed
by mall. Agents. Woodard. Clarku & Co..
SUPERFLUOUS HAI1.. MOLES. ETC., RE
moved with electric needle; permanent cure;
established 1SB4; lady operator, physicians'
references. 355 Salmon st., cor. Park. Phone
WHEN YOU SEh THi. FALMO TABLET
sign In a drug store window there is where
you can get Palmo Tablets, the great nerv
and kidney tonic They cost only 50c
ARTIFICIAL STONE STEPS SOMETHING
new; good and cheap. See us before plac
ing an order. Portland Artificial Stone Co.
Phono Front 520.
FINE DAY! BUY MEREDITH'S UMBREL
las. Repairing and recovering; two stores,
Washington and 6th, and Morrison and 5th.
HANDSOMELY FURNISHED ROOM FOR
one or two gentlemen: modern conven
iences; near Multnomah Club. 551 Taylor.
YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS ARE MORE Ac
curately and reasonably filled at Eyssell's
Pharmacy. 227 Morrison St.. bet. 1st and 2d.
We print your name on SC- calling cards, prop
er size and style, 25c: 250 business cards, JL.
Brown Sc. Schmale, 223 1st. Portland. Or.
DR. LAMOTTE'S FRENCH CORN PAINT.
The best cors cure. 25 cents. All druggists.
MME. L. P CRAM. SKILLFUL CHIROPO
dlst. 310 'Ablngton bldg. Phone Clay 1752.
W. K. LESH. WATCHES, DIAMONDS: EASY
payments. 513 Dekum bldg. Phone Clay 899.
MRS. OBROCK. GRADUATE MASSEUSE,
has returned. 424 Ablngton bldg.
MISS M. E COLE. DESIGNER AND DRESS
maker, 419-421 Ablngton bldg.
PROPOSALS FOR CLOTHING AND BQUIP
age. Depot Quartermaster's Office, 34 cw
Montgomery st., San Francisco, Cal., Sep
tember 7. 1903. Sealed proposals. In tripli
cate, will be received at this office until 10
o'clock A. M. Monday, September 28. 19W.
Pacific Standard "time, and then opened, for
furnishing, at either the Philadelphia, Boston,
Chicago or San Francisco depots, of 100.0W
pairs woolen stockings, seamless, heavy qual
ity, conforming In ait respects to standards
and specifications to be seen at this office.
Bidders submitting, proposals for stockings
differing- In make trom the established stand-,
ard sample, must submit with their bids a
sample stocking, such as they propose to
furnish. Quantities to be subject to an In-
crease pi 20 per cent. If desired by the de
t partment. Bids for the same articles .will be
opened same time at tho other depots above
mentioned. To avoid misunderstanding as to
the exact nature of the articles to be fur
nished, bidders will carefully examine the
standard samples and specifications, so thaC
proposals may be submitted by them with a
full knowledge of what will be required, as
an absolute compliance with the standards
and specifications will be Insisted upon in the
inspection of the goods. Unguaranteed bids,
and bids fo? delivery or inspection at otner
points than those named above will not bo
considered. Early deliveries are essential.
Bidders inusC state In their proposals the
rate and time of delivery, should contract
be awarded to them. Preference will be given
to articles of domestic production and manu
facture, conditions of price and quality be
ing equal (including In the price of foreign
production and manufacture the duty thereon)
and such preference will be given to articles
of American production and manufacture pro
duced on tbe Pacific Coast to the extent of
the consumption required by the public serv
ice there The United States reserves the
right to accept or reject any or all proposals
or any part thereof. Information and blanks
for proposals will be furnlsned on application.
Envelopes containing proposals will be In
dorsed, "Proposals No. CS06," and addressed
to Major C. A Devol. Quartermaster, U. S.
Army, Depot Quartermaster.
SALE OF BONDS NOTICE IS HEREBY
given that Dalles City, Wasco County, State
of Oregon, Is about to Issue its water bonds
In tho sum of fifty thousand dollars, with
Interest payable annually at a rate not to
exceed five per cent; said bonds are to be
divided Into bonds of five hundred dollars
each, ten of said bonds shall be payable in
fourteen years from the date of their Issu
ance," and each and every year after said
fourteen years, ten more of said bonds
shall become due and payable until all of
said bonds are paid. Said bonds will he of
fered for sale on the 30th day of September,
1903. Scaled bids are invited on said bonds.
Bidders are required to name In their bids
the lowest rate of Interest at which they will
take said bonds, at not less than their face
value; also any premium they may desire to
offer for said bonds. The Council of Dalles
City reserves the right to reject any and all
bids. A certified check of one thousand
($1000) must accompany all bids, which said
check will be considered as liquidated dam
ages on the refusal of any bidder to comply
'with the terms of his bid. On rejected bids
said check will be returned. Bidders are re
quested to send their bids with check en
closed to T. J. Seufert, president of the
Board- of Water Commissioners of Dalles
City, Wasco County, Or.
By order of the Board of Water Commis
sioners of Dailes City, Or.
Dated this 7th day of September, 1903.
T. J. SEUFERT, President.
J. M. FILLOON, Secretary.
PROPOSALS FOR HAY AND OATS. QUAR
termasters office, Seattle, Wash., Aug. 24,
1903. Sealed proposals In triplicate will be
received here until 12 o'clock noon, Thurs
day, Sept. 10, 1903, and then opened for de
livery at Seattle or Tacoma, Wash., or Port
land, Or., of thirty-nine hundred (3900) tons
of hay and thirty-seven hundred (3700) tons
of oats, as early as practicable. All to be
of best quality. Hay compressed to eighty
feet or less per ton, and oats double-sacked.
Further Information furnished here. Right
reserved to accept or reject any or all bids
or parts of same. Envelopes containing pro
posals should be marked "Proposals for
Hay and Oats," and addressed to Geo. G.
Bailey. Capt. and Qr. Mr.. U. S. Army.
OFFICE OF C. Q. M., VANCOUVER BAR
racks. Wash., August 12, 1903. Sealed pro
posals In triplicate will be received here un
til 11 A. M. September 11, 1903, and then
opened, for electric wiring- in new hospital
at Vancouver Barracks, Wash. For full in.
formation, plans and specifications, apply to
this office. United States reserves the right
to reject or accept any or all proposals or
afay part thereof. Envelopes containing pro
posals should be marked, "Proposals for elec
tric wlilng in new hospital at Vancouver
Barracks, Wash.," and addressed to F. H.
Hathaway, C. Q. M.
OFFICE OF C. Q. M., VANCOUVER BAR
racks. Wash., September 5, 1903. Sealed pro
posals. In triplicate, will be received here
until 11 A. M., September 14 1903, and then
opened for the construction at Vancouver
Barracks. Wash., of 2 gun sheds. For full
Information, plans and specifications, apply
to this office. U. S. reserves the right to
reject or accept any or all proposals or any
part thereof. Envelopes containing proposals
should 'be marked, "Proposals for construc
tion of buildings at Vancouver Barracks,
Wash.," and addressed F. H. Hathaway,
C Q. M.
NOTICE TO MARINERS THE OREGON
Railroad & Navigation Company proposes
to bezln on September 2 tearing out a
portion of the existing draw protection on
the south, or up-stream, end of their bridge
across the Willamette River, In the City of
Portland: and about September 6 expect to
begin driving piles for the new draw protec
tion. During the Ume this work is under
progress It will be necessary for boats to ap
proach the draw with great caution; captains
and pilots are therefore "requested to exer
cise the utmost care in passing through the
bridge while the renewals referred to are be
ing made. W. H. Kennedy, chief engineer, the
Oregon Railroad & Navigation Company.
STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING NOTICE IS
hereby given that the annual meeting of the
stockholders of the Portland General Electric
Company will be held at the principal office
of the company. No. 329 Alder St.. Portland,
Or., on Tuesday, September 15, 1903. at the
hour of 2 o'clock P. M., for the purpose of
electing a board of directors for the ensuing
year, and the transaction of such other busi
ness as may properly come before tho meet
ing. This notice Is published in accordance
with the by-laws of the company. Portland,
Or.. September 4, 1903. Charles. H. Caufleld.
secretary Portland General Electric Company.
WE HAVE APPOINTED LOEWENBERG &
Going Co., of Portland, Or., sole agents for
all of our hotel ranges and restaurant goods.
John Van Range Co., Cincinnati, O.
LOST AND FOUND.
STRAYED BUCKSKIN MARE, BLACK
mane and tall, branded L on head and
shoulder; wearing halter. Inform 473
East 12th st. Phono Union 2324.
LOST ON SEPT. 8. 8 A. M., BET. 224 PINE
st. and police station, a gold watch (No.
4718786-18786) and gold chain. Return to 224
Pine St.. and receive reward.
WATCH-CHARM, SET WITH CHIP DIA
monds; initials I. T. C. on back. Finder
please return to Kruse Restaurant. Liberal
LOST RING SET WITH OPAL. SURROUND
ed by small diamonds. Retrun to 87 Front
LOST ON 16TH. BET. MORRISON AND
Washington sts., gold cord. Return to 64u
FRED H. STRONG, FINANCIAL AGENT.
Money to loan. No commission.
I am In a position to make Immediate loans
on Improved real estate or for building pur
poses; any amount; moderate Interest. We
approve loans from plans and advance
ro.ney cs building progresses when desired.
Option in repayment after one year.
FRED H. STRONG. Financial Agent.
103 Second, near Stark.
CAPITAL FURNISHED MERITORIOUS EN
terprlses. Stocks and bonds underwritten and sold
under guaranty on commission. Companies In
corporated and financed. Good patents pro
moted. Proof of sales furnished. Bank refer
ences. Mines, industrials and patents. MacRae
& Co., Inc. 6iu Emma Spreckels bldg., S. F.
IMMEDIATE LOANS IN SUMS FROM $5 TO
$500 on all securities. R. I. Eckersoii & Co.,
room 5. Washington bldg. Phone Clay 73.
LOANS ON FURNITURE. PIAN03 AND
other securities; lowest rates. . S. W. King,
room 45. Washington bldg. Phone Hood 415.
Money loaned on all kinds of security; 6 per
cent building loans a specialty. W. H. Nunn
652 Sherlock blk. Phone Clay. 529.
MONEY TO LOAN. 6 AND 7 PER CENT. ON
city property and Improved Valley farms.
W. A. Shaw & Co.. 243 Stark st.
LOANS IN SUMS OF $ AND UP ON ALL
kinds of security. W. A Hathaway, room 10.
Washington bldg. Phona Hood 413.
MONEY TO LOAN ON GOOD SECURITY:
real estate bought and sold. Call room 317
Allsky bldg. Hurlbert. Hoff & Co.
Six per cent money to loan on Clackamas Coun
ty lands. E. F. Riley. 60S Cham. Commerce.
MONEY TO LOAN ON ALL KINDS .OF SE
curlty Win. Holl. rcom 0. Washington bldg.
Money to loan, small amounts, short or long
time. J. H. Hawley. 2 Chamoer of Com.
MONEY TO LOAN FOR DEVELOPING GOOD
mining prospects. 311 Dekum bldg.
$3000 TO $15,000 TO LOAN ON MORTGAGE
L. E. Thompson Sl Co.. 228 3d st
TF salaried ezaoloves and wage-earners Get
oar svateza that sets . von out of cebt. .nny
lady o" .gentleman, clerk, bookkeeper, sales
man, trainman, machlniit, engineer, etc,
having- reliable, employment can get, just on his
v Monthly. V, man. Weekly.
J50-Repay to ns $13.33 or $0.65 or $0.35
$25 Repay to us $ 6.66 or $3.33 or $1.63
$15 Reoay to as $ 4.00 or $2.00 or $1.00
t.iiejii terms, jowesi rates, connaentiai. .o
Inquiries. Quick service- Courteous treatment.
THE STAR LOAN CO..' 210 McKay o.ug..
102 3d st.
MONEY FOR SALARIED PEOPLE!
Any wage-earner needing money before pay
day can get it from us; no commission or in
terest In advance; no mortgage or lndqrser
required. Repay weekly, monthly, or semi
monthly. In amounts from $1' and upwaros,
thus avoiding payment of the whole amount
out of any one pay day; and have six months'
tisae if desired.
NELSON & HINDLEY.
308 McKay building.
LOANS WITHOUT PUBLICITY ON REAL
or chattel mortgages, personal or salary se
curity, at low ratea. C W. Pallett. 213 Com
mercial block Telephone Main 13S5.
MONEY ADVANCED SALARIED PEOPLE,
teamsters, etc. without security; easy pay
ments; largest business In iii principal cltlea.
Tolman. 223 AMngton bldg.
CHATTEL LOANS IN AMOUNTS RANGING
from $25 to $5000; rooming-houses a special
ty. New Era Loan & Trust Co..: 20U Abtni
$500,000 TO LOAN AT 5 AND 6 PER CENT.
Wm. G. Beck. 321 Morrison st.
Assayers and Analysts.
MONTANA ASSAY OFFICE, 2US STARK ST.,
Portland. Cut rates for 60 days; gold, $1;
silver, 50c; copper, $1; lead, $1.
J. H. FISK. ASSAYEHj CHEMIST AND
mining engineer. 204 Washington.
PAUL BAUMEL. ASSAYER AND ANALYST;
PORTLAND LAW & COLLECTION AGENCY;
collections made. Office 27 Washington bldg.
N.MOSESSOHN. GENERAL PRACTITIONER,
notary public 722 cnamber of Commerce.
Brass, Iron and Wire "Works.
WESTERN BRASS. IRON AND WIRE
Ivories, art metal work In brass, steel and
Iron; Dank, store and office railings; usetul
and ornamental work of every description.
43 North Front st. Phone Mam juS.
Carpenters and Builders.
W. L. Buckner. omce. store fixtures, general
Jobbing, contracting. 330 Stark. Black 914.
GEO. W. GORDON. COUNTERS. SHELVING,
ho'jses built and repaired. 208 4th. Clay 114.
HALLWOOD CASH REGISTERS
CARTER & ELL. cement contractors. 274
Porter st. Tel. Front 2664. Work guaranteed.
Chiropodists and Jluiiieuriiijj.
WM. DEVKrs 1 & ESTELLE DEVENS. THE
only scientific chiropodists, parlors 3U1 Allsky
building. Third and Morrison. Oregon phunn
Main 1301. This, is the long-haired gentle
man. He is the man you ate looking for.
RELIABLE. SCIENTIFIC LADY CHIROPO
dlst. Call and be convinced Dy my demon
strations. Testimonials at office. J Raicigh
KlNG COAL CO.. WHOLESALE AND RE
tail; Wyoming and Washington house coals,
smithing coals; prompt delivery. Main 141.
WESTERN FEED & FUEL CO.. DEALERS
in all kinds of coal. Call us up for quota
tions. 164 North 5th, 'phone Mam 1013.
VULCAN COAL CO., wholesale dealers; best
coals; foundry and smeller coke. Both pnonea.
HERMAN METZGER, PURCHASER OF
bides, pelts, turs, wool, mohair, tallow, old
rubber and old metal, and general commission
merchants. Front St., near Main, Portland,
Or. Cash advanced on consignments.
TAYLOR, xOUNG & CO., SHIP BROKERS
and commission merchants. Sherlock build
ing, Portland, Or.
ALLEN Sc. LEWIS. COMMISSION AND PRO
duca merchants. Front & D sis., Portland, or.
CORRUGATED IRON ROOFING, HOT-AIR
furnaces. J. C. Bayer, 265 Second at.
MRS. NINA LAROWE. TEACHER OS DANC
lng, Larowe Hall, 23d and Kearney. Office
hours, 11 to 3, and 7 to 8 P. M.
BON MARCHE DRESS PLEATING CO., 326
Washington St., room 2 Accordion, side
pleating and pinking. Special rate on organ
dies and lawns; 1 to 20 inches wide, 5c yard;
20 lncnes and up, 15c. Main 3059.
Dyeing; and Cleunlnfir.
H W. TURNER, professional dyer and clean
er, 301 17th. tor. Columbia. Tel. Main 2513.
PORTLAND MECHANICAL AND ELEC
trlcal Works. 178' Madison. Tel. Black 2V&1.
The Pfell Art School Drawing and keramlc
j . . av nnrl eveninir classes. :r l.'trh at
CLASSES AND PRIVATE LESSONS IN CAS
tlllan Spanish. X 62. Oregonlan. .
TATUM & BOWEN. PORTLAND, SAN
Order of Washington, foremost fraternal so
ciety of N. W.: protects the living. J. L.
Mitchell. Sup. Sec'y, 612-615 Marquam bldg.
Harness and Saddles.
THE GEORCE LAWRENCE CO.. WHOLE
sale saddlers and harness manufacturers,
leather and saddlery hardware, au-att 1st st.
THE BHESfMAN LEATHER CO.. WHOLE
sale saddle nd harness mfrs.. saddlery hard
ware, leather of all kinds. 72-74 Fifth at.
Junk, Hides and Pelts.
L. bHANlv -0.. f li uCHaSERS OF HIDES,
pelts, wool, iurs. tallow, old rubbers, motaU
and sacks. 312 Front su
Leather anil Findings.
THE BREVMAN LEATHER CO., MFRS.
boot and shoe uppers, findings, shoe store
supplies, leather of all kinds. IS-74 5th st.
J A. REID. mfr. boot and shoe- uppers; full
"stock shoemakers' supplies. 07 Wait st.
TRENKMAN & CO.. MINING. SAWMILL,
logging machinery, hydraulic pipes, castings
of all kinds repaired. 101 Norm Fourth st.
SECOND-HAND MACHINERY TO COM
Dletely outfit shingle mill; boilers and en
gines. Wlttler-Coroln Mach. "Co.. Seattle.
THE H. C ALBEB CO.. SECOND-HAND
machinery, sawmills, etc 243 Grand ave.
THE LEADING MASSAGE PARLORS. NEW
ly opened; tub baths, massage and magnetic
treatments; new assistants arrived; very
select; open evenings. o. t-arK st.
YOUNG, SCIENTIFIC MASSEUSE GIVES
vapor, electric, thermal, alcoholic and medi
cated baths; magnetic treatment. 20 Raleigh
Reflnd young lady. vapo:. ealt, glow, mag
netic, perfume bathB; new treatments; delight
ful, invigorating; a luxury. 20lVi 3d, room
LADY UlNES VAPOR BATHS. MASSAGE
and magnetic treatment: only genuine baths
in the bouse. Koom 2li. Rartelgh bldg.
FRENCH LADY, WITH YOUNG LADY As
sistants, gives massage treatments. 208 5th
st. near Taylor. Phone West 1973.
THE LEADING MASSAGE PARLORS, VERY
select; open evenings. 63 Park st- Phone
Marble and Granite.
MARBLE AND GRANITE MONUMENTS
For bargains, see Weeks; no agents; 20 per
cent saved; at iu rront. cor. Hooker.
Manufacturers of Ladies' Goods.
CLEARANCE SALE Shirtwaists. Kimonas,
ladles' underwear, etc Ladies' underwear
made to order. Sing Chong Co.. 333 Morrison.
Dry goods; ladles' underwear made to order;
lowest prices. Quon Hop. 364 Washington.
MAMIE HELEN FLYNN. teacher of piano.
fror terms, time, ettf Studio. 774 Northrop,
DRS. ADIX AND NORTHRUP HAVE RE
uirnea to their former offices, suite 41$
Dekum bldg., phone Main 349.
Oregon Viavi Co.
LE,WIABLPG" FARK AND MORRISON STS.
Health talks to ladles. Thursdays. 2:30 P. M.
PROF. WALLACE HE ADVISES ON LOVE.
maiTiage, divorce, death, health, business
property, speculation, lawsuits, changes
situations, rivals,, husbands, wives, sweet
hearts, absent " friends, success or failure la
business, mining, changes, etc. The Cosmos,
w. u una jiorrison, rooms iri and ai.
MRS. SOPHLfc B. SEIP. THE NOTED, RE-
uie clairvoyant; your tun events given Dy
scientific palmistry and psychometry- 15
11th. cor. Yamhill. Phono Front 1108.
Paints, Oils and Glass.
F. E. BEACH & CO., THE PIONEER PAINT
V.O.. seuing the best things made la paints.
13o 1st st. Phone Main 1334.
RASMUSSEN & Co. JOBBERS, PAINTS.
.-. t "-. Basil ana aoors. lav isi st.
T. J. GEISLER. patent ami trade mark mat-
a. speciauy. 530 Chamber of Commerce.
PASTURE FOR HORSES. $1.50 PER MONTH;
-t iul" ittiiu. dAppiy union a lock lanu,
17th and Vaughn sts.. or telephone Main 4az.
Physicians and Surgeons.
DR. MRS. CAREY TALBOT SUCCESS-
Successful home treatment by maiL 3U8 Sal
mon, bet. 6th and 6th.
Dr. Flora A Brown, diseases of women and
children a specialty. Office 517 The Dekum.
PIEBOLD SAFES. JAILS. VAULT DOORS
repairs. Burglar alarms. Steel ceilings. Second-hand
and t.ieel-llned safes bought and
sold: goods as represented. J. E. Davis. 60 3d.
HEKRING-HALL-MARVIN SAFES, PORT
land Safe & Lock Co.. sole agents. 76 1st su
t Showcases and Store Fixtures.
R. LUTKE &. CO.. SUCCESSORS TO DIXON.
Borgesen & Co.. 6th and Hoyt sts.
TRANSCONTINENTAL MACHINE CO.. COR,
Park and Oak: largest -variety; repairing..
MRS. -WALLACE. SPIRITUAL MENTAL
readings; valuable advice on all affairs o
life: businois and absent friends a specialty.
Troubled minds promptly relieved. 165H 4th
St.. room 33. Office hours, 0 A M. to 5 P. M.
MME. ADWARDS CRAMER. SPIRITUALIST
medium, can be consulted on business, law
suits, love, matrimony; unites the separted,
no matter the distance or cause; satisfaction
guaranteed. 86" N. 7th. near Everett.
MADAME RHEA. CELEBRATED CARD
reader, palmist; readings daily, except Sun
day. Hours, afternoon, 2 to 5; evening 7 to
9. Ladles, 5uc. Gents, $1. 81 N. 9th.
LARSEN, scientific palmist, astrologer. " past,
present, future; readings 50c 216 Alisky bldg.
MRS. C. CORNELIUS, located In room 303
Allsky bllg.. cor. 3d and Morrison. Hood 403.
A PSYCHIC PSYCHIS1 READS DAILY;
circles Tuesday, Friday eve. 183 N. lXih.
MRS. STEVENS, spiritual life reader, scie
tlfic palmist; 50c. 343& Yamhill, cor. 7tn.
Storage and Transfer.
SAFES. PIANOS AND FURNITURE MOVED,
packed ready for shipping and shipped; all
work guaranteed; large 3-story brick ware
house on Clay. bet. 1st and Front. Office 123
1st st. C. M. Olson. Phone Main 547.
C. O. Pick, office. SS First. Det. Stark and
Oak; phone 596. Pianos and furniture moved
and packed for shipping; commodious fire
proof brick warehouse; Front and Clay sts.
FRED BICKEL STORES, AT 31 N. FRONT
St.; household goods and furniture, pianos,
trunks, tool chests, sewing machines and all
movable, articles, at reasonable prices.
LARGEST ASSORTMENT ON PACIFIC
Coast; also hotel and restaurant utensils,
bakers' ovens. Loewenberg & Going Co.. 2d
PORTLAND TRUNK CO.. 50 THDTtD ST.,
wholesale and retail. Send for catalogue.
New TYPEWRITERS, all makes. RENTED
and sold. Expert repairing. Office sup
plies; mimeograph work; public typewriting
Coast Agency Co., 231 Stark- Tel. Main 1407.
DENSMORE TYPEWRITER WE RENT AND
repair all machines. Full lino supplies. Hux
ley, Ryan & Co.. 82 4th st.
Columbia Bar-Lock Visible Typewriter; get ,
catalogue. 319 California st.. San Fran els cu.
FAY-SHOLES. JEWETT, OLIVER. SMITH P.
Bllck. Rem., etc. 231 Stark. Tel. 1407.
ALLEN & 1.EWI5-. WHOLESALE GROCERS,
cor. N. Front and Davis sts.. Portland. Or.
UNITED STATES NATIONAL BANK
OF PORTLAND. OREGON.
Northwest corner Third ana Oak streets.
Transacts a General Banking Business.
Drafts issued, available In all cities of tba
United States and Europe. Hong Kong and
Collections made on favorable terms.
President J. C. AINSWORTK
Vice-President W. B. AYER
Assistant Cashier ...R. W. SCHMEER
Assistant Cashier A M. WRIGHT
FIRST NATIONAL BaNK
OF PORTLAND. OR.
Designated Depository and Financial Agent of
tbe United States.
President A L. MILL3
Cashier - -J. W. NEWKIRK
Assistant Cashier W. C. ALVORD
Second Assistant Cashier.. ..B. F. STEVENS
Letters of credit Issued available in Europ
and the Eastern States.
Sight exchange and telegraphic transfers sold
on New York. Boston. Chicago. St. Louis. Sr.
Paul. Omaha. San Francisco and the principal
polnta In tho Northwest
Sight and time bills drawn in sums to suit on
London, Paris. Berlin. Frankfurt-on-the-Maln.
Hong Kong. Yokohama, Copenhagen. Chris-
tlanla. Stockholm. St. Petersburg. Moscow, Zu
Coltectlcns made on favorable terms.
LADD & TILTON. BANKERS
ESTABLISHED IN 1850.
Transacts a General Banking Business.
Interest allowed on time deposits.
Collections made at all points on favorable
terms. Letters of credit Issued available la
Europe aru all nolnts 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
R. L. DURHAM Vice-President
R. W. HOYT Cashier
GEORGE W. HOYT Assistant Cashier
United States Depository.
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING
Drafts and letters of credit issued, available
in all parts of the world.
Collections a specialty. Gold dust bought.
LONDON & SAN FRANCISCO BANK.
Chamber of Commerce Building. Third and
Head office, 55 Old Broad street, London.
This bank transacts a general banking busi
ness, makes loans, discounts bills and Issues
lettcs of credit available for travelers and tba
purchaso of merchandise In any city of tba
world. Deals .1 foreign and domestic ex
change Interest paid on time deposits.
W. A MACRAE. Mngr.
WELLS. FARGO &. CO. BANK
Corner Second and Washington.
HOSIER S. KING President
R. LEA BARNES Cashier-
WALTER "A HOLT Assistant Cashier
General Banking Business Transacted. Ex
change sold and letters of credit Issued, avail
able "in all parts of the world.
THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE
Head office. Toronto. Canada.
Capital paid up $8,700,000
Transacts a General Banking Business.
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT.
Accounts opened for sums of $10 and up
wards, and Interest allowed on minimum
monthly balance?. Rates on application.
244 WASHINGTON ST.
E. A WYLD. Manager Portland Branch.