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THE MORNING OBBGONIAN, TUESDAY, APRIL 18, 1905.
Booms With. Board.
THE COLONIAL-A SELECT FAMILY HO
tel. 165-167 10th ft., cor. Morrison There are
a few vacancies; fine rooms, nicely furnished;
steam heat throughout the house; porcelain
bath, plenty of hot water, handsome dining
room, table and service first-class.
THE LIN D KLLi XE W FAMILY HOTEL,
Market st, bet. 3d and 4th; steam heat, elec
tric light, porcelain baths; elegant outside
rooms with flrst-fclass board two people. $15.
?50 and 55 month. Telephone Main 556L
ROOMS WITH BOARD FURNISHED
rooms with board in private house, suit
able for one or two persons; home-cooking;
3 blocks from car line; modern, Phone
East 722. S3 E. Sth .North.
TWO MEN THAT WILL ROOM TOGETHER,
private, no other boarders, nice location,
good cooking, nice, clean room; $5 per week;
one block from S car. 711 Second t Scth,
between Mead and Hooker.
PORTLAND WOMEN'S UNION 16TH SEAR;
rooms with board: use of newing-room; use" of
library; Woman's Exchange. Address Mrs.
Arabel Russell, superintendent, 510 Flanders.
ON WEST SIDE NEAR WASHINGTON AND
20th, large newly furnisued rooms with
board at reasonable rates; modern house
with all conveniences. Phone Main 1507.
OC CIDENTAL HOTEL, CORVALUS, " OR.
Clean cooking and beds; rooms well venti
lated; first-class service; across street from
First National Bank.
BOARD AND ROOMS FOR 4 ADULTS;
newly furnished and centrally located. 225
W. Park at., facing the Park. Phone
THE MANITOU, 261 13TH ST. WELL-FUR-rished
steam-heated rooms, excellent table,
fine service, etrictly home cooking. Phone
260 N. 23RD ST., COR. KEARNEY NEW
house; new. soft beds.; first-class cooking;
rates reasonable; ahort walk to Fair
HOTEL BROWN. 271 GRAND AVENUE
Pleasant rooms, single or en suite; elevator;
billiard-room; transients; both car lines.
A NICELY FURNISHED FRONT ROOM
with board, suitable for two gentlemen, at
367 6th St., Main 5490?
Xl ELY FURNISHED ROOM FOR GENTLE
man, with board; modern conveniences. &SI
Third t ,
BLAKELY HALL, 270 6TH ST. LARGE
front room with first-claw board, new
FIRST-CLASS ROOM AND BOARD. $3 I'KR
week. 502 Clay, near 16th. Phone Main ANN).
DESIRABLE suite or single room, excellent
board, modern, private house. 120 N. 18th.
THE OZARK. 225 11TH ST. ROOMS EN
suite or single, board; hot and cold water.
THE STERLING, 585 COUCH. COR. 16TH
st. Rooms and board. Phone Main 430.
LARGE ALCOIT ROOM WITH BOARD.
704 Flanders. Phone Main 6188. .
1TRNISHED FLAT HOUSEKEEPING CR
single rooms, desirable, close in, Nice lawn,
have all conveniences of a pleasant ltdrae.
541 2d st. Phone Main 4589.
MODERN C-ROOM FLAT FOR RENT, ON
Union ave. Inquire 195 Union ave. N.,
near Hollatlay ave. Phone East 11S7.
MODERN FOUR-ROOM FLAT. CALL FORE
noon, 444 Rodney ave., cor. Tillamook. Phone
THE ONEONTA. 1S7 17TH ST.. NEAR YAM
hill New house, elegantly furnished apart
ments, in suites of 2. 5 and 4 rooms ; hot
and coM water; gas range in each kitchen;
steam hat and baths; free phone on each
WELLINGTON COURT. FIFTEENTH AND
Everett Handsomely furnished housekeeping
apartments, jKteseeslng every modern con
venience. Including private bath; excellent
neighborhood and surrouitdlngs.
THREE VERY NEATLY FURNISHED
housekeeping rooms, bath. $21; also two
neatly furnished housekeeping rooms, newly
lapered. painted; bath; convenient, $11. 2
("nlon ave South.
SUITE OF TWO UNFURNISHED HOUSE
keeping rooms, with ga! stove furnished;
only $1.75 per week. 382 E. Yamhill st.
FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING SUITES,
from $10 up; also transient and board.
Hotel Northern. 12th and Marshall.
LARGE. ELBGANTLX FURNISHED H.OUSE-Hi-eping
apartments, new; gas range, run
ning water, phone. 503 Alder.
Nlf'B HOUSEKEEPING SUITE, GROUND
floor, close in, $4; stceplng-rooms, $1 and
51.50. 8 Tenth, near Stark.
1WO OR THREE FURNISHED HOUSE
keeping rooms; gas, bath, phone; no chil-aif-n.
325 12th. Main 1112.
3 LARGE HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS, BATH.
pink, pantry and attic. COS Front sc. bet.
Sherman and Caruthers st.
CM MILL, COR. TH VERY DESIRABLE
rooms, furnished for housekeeping; gas.
bath, phone; reasonable.
S UNFURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS,
lights, phone, bath; -separate entrance; lower
floor. 721 B. Burnslde.
NICE, NEAT HOUSEKEEPING ROOM;
gas, bath and phone; for one or two peo
ple; $12. 224 14th st.
408 HOYT SUITE OF TWO PLEASANT
front rooms', well furnished, clean; rea
sonable; no children.
THE TEMPLETON. 200 1ST-N1CELY FUR
nlshed front housekeeping ant single rooms;
TWO NICELY FURNISHED HOUSEKEEP
lng rooms, second floor; no children. 835
Clay st.. cor. 7th.
NICELY FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING
and sloeplng-rooms; gas. bath, phone. 06
N 21st st.
3 FURNISHED ROOMS. HOUSEKEEPING:
gas range; single rooms; no children. 315
N. 22d st.
TWO CLEAN FURNISHED HOUSEKEBP
ing rooms, first floor, bath, phone, gas. 431
TWO NICELY FURNISHED AND LIGHT
housekeeping rooms. 345 Burnslde St.. near
Z FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS,
ground floor, for 4 people. 267 Jefferson st.
Ft RNISHED HOUSEKEEPING SUITE. 518;
single rooms, $S, $9 and $10. 320 0th st.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR HOUSEKEEPING,
close in; East Side. Phone East 3071.
rooms. -e6 E. flth st.
2 FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS.
441 Hawthorne ave.
243 FIFTH 5 ROOMS,
FOR RENT 3 HANDSOME HOUSES,
will be finished this week; 0 rooms, all
modern Improvements, excellent location.
E. 22d and Couch sts.; rent $30. John F. 1
oraray. 731 a. isurnsiae.
NEW COTTAGE. SIX ROOMS AND BATH.
strictly modern. Roosevelt et (formerly X).
between 223 and 23d. A. H. Blrrell. 202 Mc
DONALD G. WOODWARD. 246 STARK ST..
Rents and Insurance. Phone Main 345.
ADMINISTRATOR OF ESTATES.
HOUSES. FLATS. COTTAGES EVERY
empty one in the city will be found on our
.1st. I. Gevurtz & Sons. 17S First st
KAnDBRLY TRANSFER CO.. PROMPT AND
renable piano and furniture movers. Phone
Main 16S5. Office, no N. 3d st
DWELLING ON WEST SIDE WHICH CAN
accommodate two small families; ront rea
sonable. 453 12th st.
- "DERN 7-ROOM HOUSE. 825 19TH ST
KmuIIi. near Market Phone West 815 w'
--"TTAGE. 5 ROOMS AND BATH LARGE
arc!., fruit trees. 142 Smio.-. .V A.
iard, fruit trees.
8-ROOMMODERN HOUSE. SS4 E. YAMHILlT
electricity. $30. Phene
-fc-ROOM BUILDING: STORE AND 4 ROOMS'
first floor, 4 rooms second floor. 449 Johnson."
Furnish eel Houses.
EIGHT - ROOM MODERN FURNISHED
nouse. -m st., to reliable nartv
Phone Main 2193.
WELL-FURNISHED 6-ROOM MODERN
house: reasonable; -walking distance An
riy 392 2d st.
FT RNISHED 4-KOOM COTTAGE CENTRAL
electric lights. Inquire 273Ja 7th st '
Houses for Rent. Furniture for Sale.
HOUSE TO RENT AND FURNITURE FOR
sale at a bargain.
The Ames Mercantile Agency,
14-ROOM FLAT ON 6TH ST. GOOD LEASE,
J 50 rent, price, furniture. $1550. Berry &
Alexander. No. 4 North 0th, opposite P. O.
FURNITURE OF FINE 11-ROOM HOUSE
for sale; one block from Washington? rent
reasonable. Phone Main 3010.
FL'RNITURE OF HOUSE OF 8 GOOD
rooms for sale very cheap If sold this
week. Call at 400 Main st
ELEGANT 'NEW FURNITURE OF NEW
modern flat for sale; .close lni terms. 331
Mill st. Phone Main 5S48.
FURNITURE OF A MODERN 10-ROOM
nous for salts, and bouse to rent very mod
erate; a snap. 048 3d.
FURNITURE 3 HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS
cheap; fine location, cheap rent. Phone
FURNITURE OF 0-ROOM FLAT FOR
sale. S42 Clay st.
FOR RENT LARGE STORE, SUITABLE
for clothing, restaurant, wholesale cigars
or wholesale tea and coffee business; long
lease. Inquire 20S Morrison st.
STORE BUILDING. WITH TWO LTVING
rooms In rear. 3B5 Union ave.. corner
Broadway. $15. Portland Trust Co of
Oregon. 130 3d st -
FOR RENT STORE 40X100 FEET; BEST
location Tor general merchandise. Address
A. Knapp. Oregon City.
STORE 25x50. WITH NICK CEMENT BASE
raent Inquire at premises N. E. corner 7th
and Gllsan sts. '
LARGE STOREROOM IN BUSINESS CEN
tr: fine location; reasonable. E 7. Oregon
ian. FOR RENT STORE WITH LIVING-ROOMS
in rear, corner location. Inquire 4 N. 3d.
FOR RENT NICE LARGE STORE.
Park and Oak. Inquire Star Theater.
STORE FOR RENT. 2D ' AND SALMON
sts. Apply 310 Mohawk bldg.
STORE TO RENT;
7th st. Lease.
FINE LOCATION. 12S
HALF OF NICELY FURNISH HD OFFICE OR
deefcroom; every convenience, phone, etc 425
Chamber of Commerce.
FOR RENT-NICE LARGE OFFICES ON STH
st.. near Washington. Inquire Star Theater.
OFFICE AND NEWLY FURNISHED
mure. j izsKy owg.. 3d ami Morrison.
HOTEL FOR RENT-STORES AND HOTEL
Grounding 114 light rooms, plastered and
"in ruBDin water ana tmns, ou ruth st.
facing main entrance and exit of Lewis and
Clark Fair. Apply to B. M. Lombard. 614
Chamber of Commerce, or 40254 26th st.
THE SCIENTIFIC METHOD EMPLOYED BY
Madame Vaughn, graduate doctor of Derma
tology, vreinove permanently wrinkle, pit
tings, scars, vaccination marks, birthmarks,
etc: superfluous hair, warts and moles en
tirely obliterated by the electric needle; no
scarring: electro-vacu for cleansing and re
viving the okin; Indorsed by the theatrical
lrotestnon and society. Largest and most
fuccesaful School of Dermatology in North
west Selllng-Hirwch bldg.. Washington, be,
tween ret Park and Tenth sts. Tele
phone Main 706.
GREAT FACE. SPECIALIST HERE W AU
pufltus Pratt. B. S.. M. D.. the world-famous
American Face Specialist of New York and
Chicago, with his chief plastic operator, will
positively remedy all defects of features,
every wrinkle and all facial blemishes by his
celebrated immediate process. Selllng-Hlrseh
building TNashlngton. bet. West Park and
10th Bis. where engagements can now be
made. Write or call Dr. Pratt Institute,
phone Main 70C. Hours; 0 A, M. to S. P. M-.
dally and Sunday.
AZA HOLMES-RIBBECKE. GRADUATE
dermatologist: scientific. featuraL correction
1st. beauUfier and restorer of youthfulness,
may be consulted daily free; every affliction
of the human face and scalp successfully
treated; mature wrinkles, scars, blemishes,
etc., removed. Sanitarium and school of der
matology In connection. Parlors 361 Morri
son. Telephone Hood 282.
i WOMEN WANTED SUFFERING FROM
Irregular, painful or stoppages, leucorrhea
(white) and all diseases of woomen. old or
young, cured by old" Dr. Keasler. 230 Yam
hill st.. Portland. Or. Private waiting-room
for ladles. Consultation free. Call or write.
Inclose 10 2-cent stamps.
DISEASES OF MEN. v
GONORRHEA. GLEET. SYPHILIS
BLOTCHES. OLD SORES. NIGHT EMIS'
SIONS. VARICOCELE. HYDROCELE and
all affections of private organs permanently
cured. Dr. Walker. 1SI 1st st
DRESS SUITS FOR RENT, ALL SIZES $1 A
month keeps your clothing cleaned and
pressed, buttons sewed on. rips sewed up.
Prompt calls and deliveries. Unique TaOor
Ing Co.. 347 Washington, opp. Cordray's.
A FEW BOXES OF SEXINE PILLS WILL
make a new man of "you; price, $1 a box.
0 for $5; with full guarantee. Address
or call J. A. Ciemenson. druggist, cor 2d
and Yamhill sts.. Portland, Or.
MONTHLY IRREGULARITIES YIELD
promptly to our painless method of treatment'
we treat diseases of women only; consultation
free; private and stnetty confidential. X Ra
dium Institute. 3d and Morrison. Alisky bldg
MRS. M. GILBERT, FROM LONDON ALL
kinds of feathery and boas cleaned curled
and dyed, best of work; satisfaction guaran
teed. 150 1st. Portland. Or. Phone Red 3161
Residence, 249 Harrison. Main 4443
ENJOY LIFE BY GETTING PERFECT
strength by using Palmo Tablets, the nerve
and manhood builder. Price 50c a box. 6
for $2.50. Address Brooke Drug Co C7v
3d st.. Portland, Or. '
MANLY VIGOR RESTORED BY DR. ROB
erts' Nerve Globules. One month's treat
ment. $2; 3 months'. $5. Sent securely
sealed by malL Agents. Woodard. Clarke L
Co., Portland. Or.
SEXINE PILLS PUT NEW LIFE IN EVERY
part of your body; price $1 a box, 6 for i5
with full guarantee. Address or call J a"
Ciemenson. druggist, cor. 2d and Yamhill
st.. Portland. Or.
LADIES. ATTENTION! ORIGINAL FRENCH
Tansy Wafers for sale by leading drurlsta
$2 per box; safe and reliable. S. g Skid
more & Co., special agents, 161 3d st.
FINE DAY BUY MEREDITH'S UMBREL
las; repairing and recovering; two stores.
Washington and 6th and Morrison and 5th.
Sole agents for Alexandre kid glovea.
YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS ARE MORE Accu
rately and reasonably filled at Eyssell's
Pharmacy. 227 Morrison, bet. 1st and 2d.
FACE MASSAGE AND SHAMPOOING Giv
en at homes. The Frances, W. Park and
Morrison. Red 2S3S.
DETECTIVES WB DO ALL KINDS DE
tective work; friends located. Phone Main
5615. P. O. Box 257. m,n
Watches, diamonds, easy payments; diamonds
bought W. II. Ltssh. 513 Dekura. Clay SU'J.
FACE AD SCALP MASSAGE AT YOUR
homes. Ida Reznor. 127 11th. TcL Main 4S38.
SHOES HALF-SOLED FOR 50C AT HOLLA
baugh's. 267 Taylor, bet 3d and 4thT
DR. PAUL CROMWELL, the colored spe
cialist Sanltorlum 127 12th. Main 5478.
BALM OF FIGS FOR ALL FEMALE DIO
eases. 434 Alder st Phone Mala 4632.
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST 55 REWARD FOR INFORMATION
leading to the arrest and conviction of the
person who stole tho Snell bicycle. No. 76.
937. from the entrance to The Oregonian
bldg.. about 10:O Friday night; wheel had
blue rims and left pedal was broken. H. E.
Edwards. 185 First st
TEN DOLLARS REWARD THE ORE
gonlan will pay $10 reward for the ar
rest and conviction of any one caught steal
ing The Oregonian from the doors of Its
subscribers. Circulation Manager.
FOUND-A HUNTER DOG WITH COLLAR,
mark Grace Hotel. Joe Mellch, Prop., 409
Washington ave. S., Minneapolis. Minn. In
quire of Edward Porthos, 55 N. 2d st, city
LOST PAIR OF RIMLESS SPECTACLES IN
case, at "The White Temple." Sunday eve
ning. Finder will be rewarded by return
ing same to store, 43 Third fct.
WILL THE LADY WHO TOOK UMBRELLA
from First Congregational Church Sunday
evening please return to Janitor. Reward.
FOUND A PLACE TO HAVE HAIR MAT
tresses renovated and returned same day.
Main 474. Portland Curled-Hair Factory.
LOST BET. 3D AND 5TH, ON WASHING
ton. lady's dark brown hair switch: re
ward at 390 Jefferson st
LOST-BAY PONY: BOB TAIL. B, Schneider,
box S, Woodlawn, Or
TAFT c CO.
125-126 Ablngton Block. Phone Main 156.
We make a SPECLVLTY of rooming
HOUSES, and have many of the MOST DB-
ivvvAiu;ij tnat are tor saie.
Good locations are going fast. Note our par-
iiai net oeiow oi Both large and email ones,
If these don't suit you, call In.
65 ROOMS Swell furnishings, EXTRA
CHEAP RENT and good LEASE; BEST loca
tion In city, clearing above all expenses $600
62 ROOMS Nicely furnished, good location;
house full all the time; doing good business;
5 years lease; rent only $70 per month; new
uuuse. new lurmsnings; $3250. oart cash.
51 ROOMS Well furnished, brick build
ing; lease until after Fair; rent $125; now
clearing over $130 per month; will clear
llmes that amount during Fair;
vo-ou, iuuu casn.
16 ROOMS New hrlrfc hullAInc- ru-nr fnrnl
'everythlng very modern; gas, electric
6 .. Porcelain Dams; this la. surely
swell little proposition; only $1760.
18 ROOMS Nicely furnished downtown lo-
2?"; ways run; doing good business; only
' 23 ROOMS Good corner brick building; 4
J'fs, lease; rent $00; doing good business;
mi iwaito. itw, part casn.
23 ROOMS On 3d st.; good furniture,
corner building; rent only $00; 3 years'
loase. Price onlK$1300, Including $300
40 ROOMS Brick, newly furnished; good
j.e. uowniown location, positively clear
ing $250 above all expenses. Price now
00 ROOMS Modern hrlob- hulMlnr-
cheap rent; good lease; good furniture. This
rn-nn y wt Dost buv on tne market;
32 ROOMS Bon ton Ioo.lt Ion- rani- ilTK-
good lease; steam heat, hot and cold wa
ter in most all rooms; now clearing about
jmr jiionin. a cnoap price for $5650,
7 ROOMS House well furnished. 2 blocks
raeoingion st. Only $425.
11 ROOMS-i-HoilSA 1pnntl.- t.il.uA.
beat looation.ynear Morrison st; rent only
pw i. uic uun uill' il-ov.
12 ROOMS Nlcelv fnrnlchod n.e. -tv..v
ington st.; rent $45; nice large yard. Only
8 ROOMS House, furnishings good; lo
cated on 11th St.; rent $25 $400.
vie have C good, flrst-elas.1 places, ranging
la prices from $700 to $13,000.
Several good propositions and well located:
good louses, and propositions that will stand
We hove three general merchandise stocks
,.?,?,' w l"w are No. 1 propositions and
will stand the strictest Investigation.
THE ABOVEMAKB TERMS OX AXT OF
ALL TITLES GUARANTEED. BUYERS
PROTECTED AS WELL AS SELLERS.
ALSO 2J'ATOT40 T HOUSESI
TAFT & CO.,
122-3-316 Ablngton Block. 106i$ Third Street.
THE AMES MERCANTILE AGENCY. ARE
in -ecet of the latest Information on busi
ness chances, town and country; list open
to Inspection at any time during offlee
The Ames Mercantile Agency,
FOR SALE OR TRADE FOR GROCERY
or general merchandlst business, Portland
preferred, a hotel In host Eastern Oregon
town, doing a dbod business. Price $2000.
or would take partner that Is a thorough
restaurant man; first-class cook preferred.
C 2tt. Oregonian.
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN, RAKD OF
range horses. For ftartlculars address G -SU.
GtK)D CORNER SALOON. 4 ELEGANTLY
furnished rooms above; cheapest lease In
Z J'i- ao,m'. trade; price If sold this
h ; frfl.m tcensf JPald 3 months ahead
and rent till 1st, paid up; othor business to
attend to. Phone Red 1SS8.
I HAVE $600 CASH AND WANT A GOOD
man with the arae amount to open a tea!
estate and general brokerage office In the
City of Portland; big money In sight for
willing workers; experience not necessary.
P 27, care Oregonian.
PARTNER WANTED FOR A SALOON
Must have $1000 and give references as
owner is reliable and he will take.no other.
This is the best chance to go Into the
saloon business we know of. Particulars.
24S Stark st.
Neatest lunchroom In the city; well fur
nished, choice location, cheap rent; price
only $700. If you want a good place cheap,
come at once.- Ellis & Gibson, room 21.
24 Morrison st.
CAN FURNISHED FIRST-CLASS CONCERT
and dance orchestra of from 7 to 14 men
during Fair reason. In hotel, cafe, garden or
boat. For particulars and references, ad
dress J. Clayton Thompson, 608 W. Mala St.,
WANTED MANAGER FOR BRANCH OFi
flees In San Francisco, Sacramento. San
Jose and Fresno, California. For corpora
tion doing business In all states on the
Coast. Salary $1S00 per year. Address K
. 40, Oregonian.
AT A BARGAIN
50 rooms, corner brick; cheap rent; house
clears $250 monthly now; can be doubled
during Fair. Come and see this and make
offer to J. H. Anderson, 191 Morrison st.
FOR SALE OR PARTNER. LADY OR
gent. In restaurant, fine location. World's
Fair winner, worth $2000; at quick sale
$1100. Motter & McKenzie, room 209, Com
mercial blk., Washington and 2d.
FO'R SALE-COIN ROLLING MACHINES;
$100 each, or will rent for $2 per day.
These machines averaged over $12 per day
each at the World's Fair Exposition. Chas.
F. Damm. Buffalo. N. Y.
WANTED PARTY WITH $1000 OR MORE
eapital to take exclusive agency for a high
grade visible typewriter in Oregon. Ad
dress Typewriters, 1234 10th ave. Sah
PARTNER WANTED - $500 REQUIRED,
with services; money secured; purchaser
guaranteed $150 clear monthly: experience
unnecessary. Room 3S.Labbe bldg., Wash-
FORD'S. l5fc -1TH ST.. PHONE CLAY 5SS
Cigar and fruit stand, central. $100;
Intorost good business chance office, $100;
25-room house on Washington st, $400.
In every respect the very best In city; lease
and rent right; for mle cheap this- week;
every room rented. Telephone Owner, 5989.
FOR SALE OR PARTNER. LADY OR
gent. In restaurant: finely located. World's
Fair winner; worth $1500; hair-Interest If
taken at once, $500. R 22. Oregonian.
WILL YOU TAKE PART PAY FOR YOUR
rooming-house in desirable real estate? If
you will, then see Ellis & Gibson, room 21.
204 Morrison st Phone Main 4775.
PARTNER WITH $700-MANUFACTURING
business guaranteed clear $5000 year; no
risk; experience unnecessary: money se
cured. 227 Washington, room 38.
ESTABLISHED BUSINESS FOR SALE
Price $8500. This business Is now making
$JK)0 a month. Open to thorough Investi
gation. Call 248 Vz Stark st.
CIGAR STORE PRICE $1000. THIS PLACE
Is central, nicely fitted up and by paying
part cash we will give easy terms on bal
ance. Call 24S',i Stark st.
,WiT1? FEW HlKED - ESTAB
llshed business; guaranteed clear him $125
month; no experience required. Call 227U
Washington st, room 38.
FOR SALE BOARDING AND ROOMING
house. full, table boarders Increasing; splen
did chance for widow or young couple N
MANUFACTURING BUSINESS ANY MAN
with $450 and willing to wdrk can make
$123 a month. Particulars. 248 Stark st
SALOON SPECIAL $ 1 300 WILL BUY A
good saloon today. If you want a saloon
and have the money, call 248 Stark st
PARTNER WjANTED $500 AND SERVICES
will secure one-half Interest In well-estab-llfihed
paying business. J 40, Oregonian
BOARDING-HOUSE FOR SALE NEARLY
all rooms furnished. Apply at C06 Upshur
st, Portland, Or., near Fair grounds.
FOR SALE STORE SHOW. READY TO
open. Inquire 208 Morrison st
FOR SALE RESTAURANT: CHEAP
rent, long lease. 246. Yamhill,
JENNINGS & CO.
332H WASHINGTON ST., S. E. COR. 7TH.
LOANS. FIRE INSURANCE.
ESTABLISHED 22 YEARS.
The only Old-established business brokers In
We have sold more places than all of the
omer DroKens m town.
Becauso we Investigate every business prop
osition before we offer It to our customer.
If it isn't a clean, legitimate money-maker
ana a oargain. we won't nanaie it.
We have on hand a number of bargains In
hotels, boarding-houses, rooming-houses, res-
lauranuB. saioons, cigar stores, groceries, con
fectioneries, butcher shops, photograph gal.
lerles. general merchandise stocks, manniac.
turlng propositions, sawmills, etc., etc. etc
uo xouowing arc a partial list oi our
BARGAINS IN ROOMING-HOUSES.
to rooms, down town. Inc. restaurant tnvnn
65 rooms. Third. St., clears $250 month.. $2600
50 rooms, Sth st. rent only $125 S3250
3 4 -room lodging-house, fine location $2400
25-room house, close In, modern 53000
-u-room uat. central, rent $ij $2500
19 rooms, rent only $60 $2300
18 rooms, Washington st.. lease $1S00
17 rooms, close In. rent $125 ..$11500
rooms, transient. Morrison st. $2000
rooms, eta st.. near Washington Ft... 1 1400
-i- rooms, near Morrison st. $1330
lu rooms, on car line, $300 down $1000
hiqim, on tiui st... ..J 930
8 rooms, brick, corner, rent $20 $1000
Restaurant on' -North 3d st.; receipts aver-
"Bf a cay; rent eu; lease; price $1500.
JENNINGS & CO., opp. Imperial Hotel.
ELLIS & GIBSON.
BARGAINS IN ROOMING-HOUSES.
Room 21. Cambridge Bldg..
264 Morrison st., S. .W. corner Third st.
Phone Main 4775.
If you are looking for a roomlnir-Hnn-
see -us. Some of our patrons who do not
care to keep their houses during the Fair
nave reduced their prices to an attractive
ngure aa the time Is now short, and they
wnen tney want to sell quick, be
, A-'?.1' T ,!la ve known ua for years as
T X"uoat' ror we have
made ROOinvn.'wniTtir.ts cprnniTv
ciXRW0.01'' LEGITIMATE PROPO
r.DXP. SPECIAL BARGAINS:
18 ROOMa. all on one floor, brick bulld
n.?L new and tfood furniture, cheap rent,
'S81 Iocated In the business part of
city. This would bo a good buy at $2000.
but Is cut to $1275. '
8 ROOMS-Flne little flat, location. 6th st.,
business section; cheap at $S50; cut to $523.
Terms on any.
Fine lunchroom, $700.
Swell little restaurant for $700.
for 5i5J C,gar 3tore' extra ooa Proposition,
Small cigar stand, central. $325.
Room 21, 204 Morrison. S. W. cor.
BARMAr1wS?.RA.LB Br HATFIELD &
SMITH. 163i FOURTH ST.. ROOM 32.
-6-room lodging-house, .income $275 per
month, rent $S5; lease; $3200.
goTSuon? $19Mrt,y housekeeP'
trirThTaprent'. $2000 XeCy Cen
tranrfentsh$S50 flnC furnUurc- ""'table toe
Rooming-house. 12 rooms, excellent fur
niture, well located. $1000.
bu:Hdrn0g?$6wm,nS'ilOUSC- "nt m' brlck
rent,S4006 5'room ltasc. modern, cheap
wnimJih.0Use' incpmo $100 per month,
walking distance and near direct car line
to ralr Ground. $1100. '
Groom flat, nicely furnished, with large
attic, suitable for sleeping rooms. $525.
btock general merchandise In growing town
near Portland, must be sold. s'uwmK lown
Restaurant 1n good location, paying well,
at a bargain, $750.
STEVENS. VEASEY & CO.
x- ,..SE '-08' ALISKY BLDG.
N. W . COR, UD AND MORRISON STS.
TELEPHONE MAIN 1976.
FURNISHED HOUSES FOR RENT.
We have the largost list of all classes of
buMness opportunities of any gonccrn In
STEVENS. VEASEY & CO.
$700CIpA. rttutx AND CONFECTION-
ait eivrc. very central location. 2 living
roams, good trade. lease, rent $27.50: other
business requires attention is the only rea
son for selling. X 26. Oregonian.
AN ELEGANT 18-ROOM HOUSE; FINE FUR-
unurc. sieci range, gas ana electric light;
rent $60; lease; near Park School; single or
housekeeping: Investigate. The Conservative
Investment Co., 40 Hamilton bldg.
HOOD RIVER BOARDING-HOUSE FOR
sale; 100x100. and 3-story frame build
ing, with furniture; house filled and turn
ing away people; a fine opening. Geo. M.
Strong, 113 Second st.
FOR SALE GENERAL MERCIIA VTMSK
and grocery store; good location In Willam
ette Valley town; good business; ill-healtn
cause for selling. Apply Allen & Lewis,
Front and Davis.
FOR SALE ALL OR CONTRfir.T.Tvn
interest in a sawmill on railroad; $10,000
to $15,000 needed; good supply of logs and
good market Box 346. Oregon CItty, Or.
FOR SALE 20 ROOMS FUENISHED. 24
uutuiuiiuicu, wibc uuuse, witn restaurant;
good business; will trade for farm; close to
main entrance to Fair. 80C Upshur st.
SILENT PARTNER WANTED WITH $2500
casn. nrsi-ciaso, legitimate proposition:
chance to make $25,000 to $100,000 In six
months. W 27, care Oregonian.
FOR SALE DRY GOODS. CLOTHING AND
snoe store in gooa town in Oregon; good busi
ness and fine location; best of reasons for
selling. C 10, Oregonian.
FOR SALE $1200 TAKES A ROOMING-
nouse of 22 nice rooms; can be used as
boardinglhouse. 263 3th st. opposite City
$800 TWO 5-ROOM FLATS; BATH. STEEL
range ana gas on eacn noor; large basement
lease; $53 rent; flats double. 40 Hamilton
GROCERY STORE. DOING GOOD BUSINESS,
-" ! vuuuL) .-tat oi rsenion
Cl.. Tash. Address Baker Bros.. Prosser.
FOR, SALE AT BARGAIN IF TAKEN AT
wnce Ligar-siana. money-maKer; must sell
account of sickness. Call 427 Salmon.
FOR SALE HOME BAKERY; GOOD TRADE;
"'"i" cuuib sua tercream ana luncnes
Investigate. See owner, 405 Morlson st.
QUARTZ AND PLACER CLAIifs
sale In Cracker Creek district from $1000
to $50,000. A. P. Smith. Bourne. Or.
WANTED ACTIVE PARTNER WITH $500
to manage light manufacturing business
one of best in city. Call -127 Salmon st. '
TWO-CHAIR BARBER SHOP; BATH CON
nectlons; up-to-date town of 2000 or belter:
30 miles of Portland. P 2S. Oregonian.
17 ROOMS.' FURNISHED, ALL OUTSIDE
rooms, lease one year, $35 month; price $1000:
no agents; bargain. 326 First 6t.
CHANCE FOR A MAN WITH $300 TO
make $18 to $25 a week; experience unnec
essary. Call 24S Stark st
RESTAURANT FOR SALE GOOD-PAYING
business; long lease, cheap rent; parties leav
ing city. 426 Washington.
A SNAP FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT;
fine, central location: give your address. Ad
dress E 40. Oregonian.
RESTAURANT FOR SALE CENTRAL Lo
cation, cheap rent; owner leaving city. Sam
Fine. ICS N. Sth.
FOR SALE ONE-HALF INTEREST IN Es
tablished business; will take about $5000.
H. 29, Oregonian.
10 ROOMS. NICELY FURNISHED. LEASE,
rent $40; will take $650; easy terms. N
I WANT TO BUY LODGING-HOUSE Busi
ness In country town. Address Box 375.
PARTNER WANTED BY LARGE LAND
owner for eheep and goat business. F 3a.
FOR SALE PLANING MILL. IN GOOD Lo
cation, doing good business; must sell. A 10.
WANTED A PARTY WITH $5000 FOR"
safe Investment; large profits. H 40.- Ore
gonian. BARBER SHOP FOR SALE 3-CHAIR SHOP,
beet location in town, $25 rent K 39. Orego
nian. FOR SALE HALF INTEREST IN GOLD
mines; Blue River District H 29. Oregonian.
FIRST-CLASS SALOON ON WASHINGTON
et. lease and cheap. 43 First st
RESTAURANT OF GOOD BUSINESS FOR
eale. Call 00 proprietor, 244 Couch.
$1500 WILL BUY 24 -ROOM HOUSE; BVERY
thlng modern; rent $110; best location in
cuy. u Hamilton Dldr.
FOR SALE BLACKSMITH SHOP AND
tools, with 4 years lease. 410 Belmont St..
FOR SALE 8-ROOM ROOMING-HOUSE.
iuu. oui jiaaison st.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS NOTICE IS
hereby given that the City of Walla Walla,
vtasmngton, wiu receive Dias up to ana in
eluding April 24, 1905. at 3 o'clock P. M.
for the construction of the following kinds
of pavement, to-wit: Warren's Bitullthlc
Waterproof, Warren's Bitullthlc Waterproof
with Concrete base. Asphalt, Bituminous
Macadam, Bituminous Macadam with Con
crete base, or Vitrified brick, on the follow
ing streets of the City of Walla Walla,
Main street, from easterly line of First
street, to raiouse street: Piouse street, from
W. & C. R. Ry. track on East Main street
to northerly lino of East Alder street:
Bast Alder street, from 16 feet east of the
wostcrly line of East street to the easterly
line of Park street; East Alder street, from
easterly line of Park street to westerly Una
of Clinton street; Main street, from 10 feet
west of the easterly line of Sixth street to
easterly line of Ninth street; Second street
from Main street to Second-street bridge on
Mill Creek; Third street, from Main stn.it
to Third-street bridge on Mill Creek; Fourth
street, from Main street to Fourth-street
bridge on Mill Creek; First street, rrom Al
der street to alley between Alder and Pop
lar streets; Second street, from Alder street
to alley between Alder and Poplar streets;
Third street, from Alder street to alley be
tween Alder and Poplar streets; Fourth
street, from Alder street to alley between
Alder and Poplar streets.
The above referred to bids must In all re
spects comply strictly with the ordinances
passed by the City Council of Walla Walla;
the plans and pecIficatlons, the bid and
contract bonds and all other matters per
taining to said Improvements, now on fllo In
the City Clerk's office or which may be
filed In said office prior to tho date et for
the receipt of bids, including bids for ten
Each bid must be accompanied by a cer
tified bank check In the sum of o pcr cent
of each separate bid, payable to the City
Clerk of Walla Walla, as a guarantee that
the successful bidder will enter Into contract
.and give bond In such sum as is set forth
In the specifications, for the faithful and
acceptable performance of the work specified.
The City of WaIla Walla reserves the right
to reject any and all bids.
Bach bid and certified chock, must be closed
In a sealed envelope and marked "Bids for
P.aV,niV.' l addressed to the City Clerk
or Walla Walla. R. p. REYNOLDS,
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed proposals will be Tecclved by' the
-undersigned up to 10 o'clock A. M., May
1, 1903. for the erection of two ward build
ings at the Western Washington Hospital
for Insane, Fort Stellacoom. Wash., said
buildings to be of brick and reinforced con
crete. ..?ai:n D,d mU8t be accompanied by a cer
tified check to the value of 5 per cent or
the amount of the bid submitted, as a guar
antee that the bidder will qualify by giv
ing good and acceptable surety bond accord
ing to the state law. and enter Into con
tract within eight daya after having re
clv Pol,e of his bid being accepted; said
certlfltd check to be forfeited to the stale
ln case bidder falls to qualify as above.
The State Board of Control reserves the
right to reject any or all bids.
Separate bids will be received for the
plumbing; also for the steam heating, both
!!iiCV0 t!.?iovc conditions governing pro
posals for building.
.t,P,an, arvd. specifications can be ncen at
the office of the State Board of Con-
P.ynlpla,T,ah-: also at the office of
Proctor & Farrell, architects, Tacoma,
T?A.,bJarf t. addressed to the State
wL'S Contro. Olympla. Wash., and plain-
at Forsfellacn. HP -"
STATE BOARD OF CONTROL.
riM y JeS? T- M,1,s. Chairman,
(.naries A. Burr, Secretary.
SA FRANCISCO. Cal.. Anrll 15. 1905-
fS J,rPsa. in triplicate, will be re
t? ,,Je,i,and a,1 omc.e or Quartermas
ters, until U a. M.. May 15. 1905. and
thrV. ' Ior.. fu"lshlng. during the
t.3'0 drins,the fiscal yearXcoramcncing
Jul 1, 1&O0. forage and straw for Fort
Rosecrans and Presidio of Monterey. Cal"
aif at a.me. t,me- at this office only, for
Hf ad,e.traW. for Alcatraz Island. Fort
?r r ea,c4a Barracks, Fort Mason. Fort
McDowell. Fort Mile-, Presidio of San
l?Si,SZ.ur CaU for ship-
17. . ' ana Depot or Ke-
crults and Casuals. Angel Island. CaL Gflv--Tnraent
reserves riV ,- 0 oTri.
anj- ..r3 .J whole or In part. Pref
erence given to articles or American pro
duction, conditions or price and quality (In
cluding in the price of foreign productions
the duty thereon) being equal, and such
preference given to articles of American
production produced on the Pacific Coast,
to extent of consumption required by the
public service there. All information fur
nished on application to Quartermasters at
Fort Rosecrans and Presidio of Monterey,
or to undersigned. Wm. S. Patten, As
sistant Quartermaster-General. Chief Quar
termaster. OFFICE OF a Q. M., VANCOUVER BAR
racks. Wash.. April 15. 1905. Sealed pro
posals. In triplicate, will be received here
until 11 o'clock A. M.. May 15, 1903. for
furnishing forage and bedding at posts in
this department for the year ending June
30, 1906. Information furnished here or by
Quartermasters at post?. u. s. reserves
the right to reject or adcept any or all pro
posals or any part thereof. Envelopes con
taining proposals should be marked "Pro
posals for forage and bedding at " ad
dressed F. G. HODGSON, C. Q. M.
S. S. "SANDHURST." CAPT. ROBERTSON,
from MoJI. Japan Neither the captain nor
the undersigned consignees of above-named
steamer will be responsible for any debts
contracted by the crew. Frank Woolsey Co.
PURSUANT TO AN ORDER OF THE
Court of Chancery of the County Palatine
of Lancaster, Manchester District, made
In the matter of the estate of David
Thom, deceased, so far as relates to the
share therein of James Wilson Thom. and
In an action Thom against Thom and
others (1904. T.. No. 357). whereby an
Enquiry was directed whether the said
James Wilson Thom, formerly of No. 1
Hamilton Road. Ealing, In the County" of
Middlesex. Apprenticed ilarlner. Is living
or dead, and If dead, when he died and
whether he left any and what will, and
whether he was ever married, and If so,
when and to whom, and whether there
were any children of such marriage, and
who Is or are his legal personal represen
tative or representatives. All persons
claiming to be any of the persons re
ferred to In the said enquiry are. by their
solicitors, on or before the 1st day of
May. 1903. to come In and prove their
claims at the Chancery office. Duchy
Chambers, 4 Clarence street, Manchester,
England, or In default thereof the will
be peremptorily excluded from the benefit
of the said order.
And any person having Information as
to the matters referred to In the said
enquiry are requested to ( communicate
with William Walker, 20 Cross street
Manchester. England, the solicitor for
the plaintiff In the above-mentioned ac
tion. Thursday, the 11th" day. of May. 1003,
at 11 o'clock. In the forenoon at the
said Chambers is appointed for hearing
and adjudicating upon the claims.
NOTE The said James Wilson Thom,
on or about the 8th day of April 18S1
left the British ship "Eller Bank" at
Portland, Or., U. S. A. at
Dated this 2d day of March. 1905
ADMINISTRATRIX' FINAL NOTICE
Notlee is hereby given that the undersigned
has filed in the County Court of the State o'
Oregon, tor Multnomah County, her final re
port and account as" administratrix or the
estate or Edmund C. Masten. deceased and
that Wednesday, the 26th day of April '1905
at 9:30 A. M.. has been set by said court
for the hearing of said report and of ob
jections tnereio ana tor the J-ettlempniJ
thereof. Frances if. Mas'.jn. admlnisiiaulFl
oi. luc e.saic 01 x.umunu 1.. iiasten, deceased.
FIN AN C LVL.
MONEY ADVANCED SALARIED PEOPLE,
teamsters, etc, without security; easy pay
ments; largest business In 49 principal cities.
Tolmaa, 223 Ablngton bldg. Clay 1753.
FIVE PER CENT MONEY WB BUY OR
build you a home or loan on your property
monthly payments; Investigate; open Satur
day evening. 17 Labbe bldg., 227 Wash.
LOANS ON THE EASY-PAYMENT PLAN TO
salaried people; lowest rates; strictly confi
dentlaL Employes' Loan Co., room 716. tile
Dekum, 3d and Wash. sts. Phone 224
LOANS ON EASY PAYMENT PLAN TO SAL
arled people: lowest rates; confidential- will
advance money on any good security. Room
218 Ablngton bldg. Phone Red 1723.
LOANS ON FURNITURE, PIANOS AND
other securities; lowest rates, s. W Kin
room 45, Washington bldg. Phone Main Uliw
$5 LOANS AND UPWARDS, ON ALL KIND?
of security, without delay. W. JUBateay
room 10. Washington bldg. Clay 1814.
Six per cent money to loan on Clackamas Co
lands. D. F. Riley, 606 Cham, of Commerce.
$500,000 TO LOAN AT 5 AND 6. PER CENT
J7B-. G. Beck, room 307, the Falling; bidav
MONEY FOR SALARIED PEOPLE.
Any wage-earner needlnsr moner before
pay-day can get It from us; no commission
or interest in advance; no mortgage or in
dorser required. Repay weekly, monthly o;
semi-monthly In amounts from $1 and up
wards, thus avoiding the cavrcent of thi
whole amount out of any one pay-day. and
nave six montnr time, 11 aesirea.
NELSON & HINDLEY. 30S McKay bldg.
LOANS MADE TO SALARIED PEOPLE
noiaing permanent positions and resposslbl
firms; easy payments and strictly conflden
on personal property; rooming-houses
NEW ERA LOAN & TRUST COMPANY.
205 Ablngton buiiaing.
THE STAR LOAN CO.
Any salaried employe, wage-earner, can
get on his note, without mortgage
Confidential. Month. Vr-month. Week.
$50 Repay to us $13.33 or $6.65 or $3.25
o nepay to us u.00 or ss.UO or $1.63
io xtepay xo us -i.w or 5.00 or $1.00
THE CRESCENT LOAN CO.. 217 OREGO
nlan bldg.. loans money to reliahln
men, trainmen, motormen, conductors or otaer
salaried employes, Just on his note, in sums
of $10 to $100. Returnable in convenient
weekly or montniy payments. Payments sus
pended In cate of sickness. Confidential. No
WE HAVE TRUST FUNDS TO INVEST IN
life Insurance policies issued some years
oacK. uur oners on acceptable policies ex
ceed the company's cash values. Adaraa &
noatwrigat, uanviuc, v a.
IMMEDLLTE LOANS IN SUMS FROM $5 TO
on ail securities, xi. X. fJCKerson CL Co..
1 wui u, 11 UJU1U.1UU uiu v.itijr t
$1000 TO $5000 TO LOAN BY PRIVATE
party on real estate security. D 21, Ore-
State funds leaned. 6 per cent W. E. Thomas.
state agt. Multnomah Co.. 400 Cham. Com.
MISS O. GOULD. 801 MARQUAM BLDG.;
accordion and knife plaiting and pinking.
Assayers and Analysts.
THE J. H. FISK ASSAYING OFFICE ANA-
lyticai cnemists ana metallurgists. Prices:
Goia and silver $1; copper 50c 204 Wash
J. M. MOB, ASSAYER AND ANALYTICAL
chemist; gold and silver. $1. 350 Ankeny st.
MONTANA ASSAY OFFICE. 20S STARK ST.
iiest taciiiues; prices reasonable.
PAUL BAUMEL. ASSAYER AND ANALYST:
goia a uat nougnt. 223 Stark st
At toruey o-at-Lar.
U. S. G. MARQUAM, 404 COMMERCIAL
blag. 1 make specialty of defeating tax titles.
GREGG SHORTHAND. TOUCH TTPEWRIT
Ing. famous budget bookkeeping, actual busi
ness practice; positions found for graduates;
day and night school. Holmes Business Col
lege. 1. a. t A, bldg. Main 513.
Carpenters and Builders.
W. L. BUCKNER. office, store fixtures, general
jooDing. contracting, oso starK. .Black 914.
GEO. W. GORDON. COUNTERS, SHELVES.
houses bullf and repaired. 208 4th. Clay 174.
SANITARY CARPET CLEANING, suction and
compress ea air combined; carpets cleaned on
noor witnouc removal. Main 5534. East 25 UN
SANITARY CARPET CLEANING, suction and
cumpreseeu air comomea; carpets cleaned on
. noor witnout removal. Main 5534. East 2314.
VULCAN COAL CO.. dealers, beet coals:
lounary ana smelter cokc. iiJ is st.
PROF. VAN CORTLAND.
503 WASHINGTON ST.. COR. 5TH.
THE MOMENT YOU ENTER HIS PAR.
LOR HE WILL TELL YOU YOUR FULL
NAME. AGE. OCCUPATION. YOUR
MOTHEK-S il-VIDEN NAME, AND WHOM
AND WHEN YOU WILL MARRY, and what
you caned for. without asking a Question.
Will tell the name of your sweetheart or
anytning you want to know. LOW FEE.
303 Washington st, cor. 5th..
TnSI mui Oct... unnTtipti H.1.1.UU,
the Quaker prophetV.Jiftfut medium?
He tells all things, past, present and future:
acknowledged by the profession to be their
leader. If you are going to see a clair
voyant why not see the Quaker; It's the
best Low prices. 313 Washington st; 9
A. M. to 9 P. M. dally. Sunday Included.
MMB. DR. HERZOG. FROM BERLIN. SCI
entitle revealer. tells life from cradle to
grave. Consultation on all affairs. Good ad
vice, sure help, mistake Impossible; restores
lost love ana unites separated. Dy sympathy;
locates burled treasure. Fee, $1; letter.. $2.
Chiropodist and Manicuring.
DRS. O. O. FLETCHER AND J. A. EBNEK
Expert painless chiropodists, Kennlson sys
tem of New York. Corns removed without
pain; bunions and Ingrowing nalla a special
ty. 31U Allsky bldg.. cor. 2d and Morrison
sts. Phone Red 30Js6.
WM. DEVENY & ESTELLE DEVENY. THE
only scientific chiropodists; parlors rooms 203
Drew bldg.. 162 2d st Phone Mala 1301.
This Is the long-haired gentleman. He is the
man you are looking for.
Dr. and Mrs. A. D. Robbins, noted bunion
specialists. 360 Washington. Hood 904.
J. LINDELL. expert chiropodist, all Instru
ments sterlll2ed. 702 Marquam. Black 2S50.
HERMAN METZUElt PURCHASER Of
hides, pelts, lurs, wool, monalr. tallow, old
rubber and old metal and general commission
merchant. Front st. near Main. Portland.
Or. Cash advanced on consignments.
TAYLOR. YOUNG & CO.. SHIP BROKERS
and commission merchants, Sherlock bldg..
ALLEN Sz LEWIS. COMMISSION AND PRO
duce merchants. Front and Davis sta, Port
PRIVATE LESSONS IN DANCING; NEW
method; rapid result; satisfaction guaran
teed with first lessen; pupil who have failed
elsewhere are especially desired. Profesaor
and Mrs. Druby, 205 11th.
THE MATTING LY ACADEMY OF DANC
lng, 269 14th. cor. Jeff. Waltzing a specialty.
Dancing- and Elocuilon.
Mrs. Larowe's Hall Classes tlil July; private
lessons all Summer. Tel. Main 2323 till 2 P.M.
Electric Goods. Telephones, Etc
DAYTON HARDWARE CO. OFFER LOW
prices. 104 1st st Main 122L
ORDER OF WASHINGTON, foremost fraternal
society of N. W.jr protects the living. J. L.
MltcheL Sup. Sec, 612-615 Marquam bldg.
DAYTON HARDWARE Cfcr. keep fine line
and' odd goods In hardware. 104 1st
Portland Hardware Co. solicits opportunity to
quote prices. 133 1st. cor. Alder. Main 1334.
THE GEORGE LAWRENCE CO.. WHOLE
eale saddles and harness infra., leather and
saddlery hardware. S0-S6 1st Main 226.
THE BREYMAN LEATHER CO., WHOLE
salc saddles and harness mfrs., saddlery
hardware, leather, all kinds. 72-74, Sth at.
JOHNSON & LUTHER. CUSTOM-MADE
harness, wholesale and retail. 54 6th st.
Hotel. Restaurant and Camp Ranges.
Cribben Sc. Sexton Co.. 17th and Upshur sts
Largest stock hotel, restaurant, camp ranges,
gasoline stoves and refrigerators In city
Leather and Findings.
J. A. STROWBRIDGE LEATHER CO. Es
tablished 1S53. Leather and findings:
Stockton sole leather and cut stock; full
line Eastern Jumbos. 189 Front st
THE BREYMAN" CO.. LEATHER MFRS..
boot and shoe uppers, findings, shoe store
supplies, leather of all kinds. 72-74 5th.
Marble and Granite.
MARBLE AND GRANITE MONUMENTS
For bargains see Weeks: no agents; 20 per
cent saved. At 720 Front, cor. Hooker.
Physicians and Surgeons.
DR. MRS. CARE Y-T ALB OTT, DISEASES
of women. Office 766 Qulmby st. near 23d.
Showcases. Bank and Store Fixtures.
THE LUTKE MANUFACTURING CO., COR.
6th and Hoyt Phone Main 140S.
PORTLAND SHOWCASE & FIXTURE CO.,
213 UU Btar. Market, Phone Black 3133,
B. TRENKMAN & CO., MINING SAW-
mllls, logging machinery; hydraulic pipes,
castings. All klnd3 repaired. 104 N. 4tlu
THE H. a ALBEE CO., SECOND-HAND
machinery, sawmills, etc 248 Grand ave.
Dayon Hdw. Co.. .Agts. W. F. & J. Barnes Co.
Star lathes, scroll saws, etc 104 1st
Northwest Yravi Co.
LEWIS BLDG.. PARK AND MORRISON
sts. Call or send stamp for Health. Book.
DRS. ADDEC & NORTHRUP. 416 DEKUM
bldg. Phone Main 349. Examination free.
R. C. WRIGHT. DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN
patents; Infringement cases. 604 Dekum.
Points. Oils and Glass
RASMUSSEN & CO., Jobbers, paints, oils,
glass, sash and doors. Cor. 2d and Taylor.
DAYTON HARDWARE CO.. AGENTS LIN
coln Paint & Color Co. 194 1st
J. SIMON & BRO.. DEALERS IN ALL
kinds second-hand machinery, pipe, cable
belting; lardwaxs; highest .price paid for
scrap Iron and metals. 244 Front Main 2003
Juiik. Hides ond'relta.
L. SHANK & CO.TURCH-ASERS OF
hides', pelts, wool. furs, tallow, old rubbers,
metals find sacks. 312 Front st.
SPEClAL---30e: 50c! 50tf! 50cf SPECIAL
readings, few days, only. Rev. Richard Ary
gale, the renowned clairvoyant, trancs me
dium, palmist will give names,' dates, facts,
everything you wish to know never tails.
irce 1 Incorrect. Roads life like open
book. Come and investigate teday. Is this
not honest and fair? 231 6th. Dally and
evenings. Materializing medium
MRS. WALL VCE. 25 YEARS PORTLAND'S
""s rciiauie mcaium; ail in trouble call
and get her valuable advice on all affairs of
life, business, love, troubles; absent friends
a specialty. 163 4th st. Russel bldg.:
hours 9 to 5.
MM EL AD WARD CRAMER. SPIRITUALIST
mnuuiu, can Do consulted on business,
lawsuits, love, matrimony; unites the sep
arated, no matter the distance or causer
satisfaction guaranteed. S6 N. 7th at.
REV. RICHARD ARYGALE. MATER lALIZ-
ik seances, ounaay, Tuesday, Thursday
evenlngs. 30c; readings dally. 231 6th st.
LARSEN. the Palmist returned. Sclentlfla
reaaings. sue 162 2d st. near Morrison st
MRS. LADD FINN1CAN CAN BB CONSULT-
ea amiy at -ii Aider, cor. Olth. Main 6179.
MRS. a CORNELIUS. FOR FEW TlAVSt
only, 145 6th. room 21. Hood 1943.
DIEBOLD Manganese circle doors, bankers.
AJieooia ureproot and Durgiar-procf.
the best; repairs-and Jail work. Davis, 66 3d!
THE MAN WHO KNOWS THE GOOD AND
uau points on an safes buys the Herrlng-Hall-Marvln.
70 6th st. Portland. Or.
p- C- STAMP WORKS. 249 ALDER. TEL,
. . w luiwys, seaia, stencils.
Storage and Transfer.
SAFES. PIANOS AND FTTTIVTttthw
moved, packed ready for shipping and ship
ped; all work guaranteed; large 3-story
brick fireproof warehouse for storage. Office
128 1st. C M. Olsen. Phone Main 547.
C. O. PICK. OFFICE S3 1ST. BET. STARK
ana uait i-none 096. Pianos and furniture
moved and packed for shipment; commodi
ous flreproor brick warehouse. Front and
FRED BICKEL. STORES AT 31 N. FRONT
St., nousenoia goods and furniture, planes,
trunks, tool chests, sewing machines and all
movable articles at reasonable prices.
STORAGE WAREHOUSE. GOOD LOCATION.
-uw .ra.o ui lusursacc. APPJy -It 1st St.
New typewriters, all makes, rented, sold and
repaired. Coast Agency 221 Stark. Tel. 1407
ALLEN & LEWIS. WHOLESALE GROCERY.
cor. t. Front and Davis st.. Portland. Or.
MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK-
FRANK WATSON President
It L. DURHAM Vice-President
R. W. HOYT Cashier
GEORGE W. HOYT Assistant Cashier
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING
United States Depositary.
Drafts and letters of credit Issued, avail
able In all parts of tho world.
Collections a specialty.
WELLS. FARGO & CO.. BANK
Corner Second and Washington.
L. LIPMAN President
R. LEA BARNES Cashlen
WALTER A. HOLT Assistant Cashier
General banking business transacted. Ex
change sold and letters of credit Issued,
available 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 buslnesa,
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT.
Accounts opened for suras of $10 and up
ward and Interest allowed' on minimum
monthly balances. Rates on application.
244 w.VBHUMiTU.N- ST.
E. A. WYLD, Manager Portland Branch
THE BANK OF CALIFORNIA
HEAD OFFICE. San Francisco. Cal.
President HOMER S. KING
Gen Man. of B ranches... w. MACKINTOSH
Capital paid up $3,000,000
Surplus and undivided profits C.S0O.000
A uenerai .oaniuiig ana .caange
Letters of credit Issued available in all part3
of the worm, .interest, paia on time deposits.
Accounts opened for sums of $10 and upwards.
Portland Branch. Chamber Commerce Bldg.
WM. A. MACRAE Manager
J. T. BURTCHAELL Assistant Manager
UNITED STATES NATIONAL BANK
OF JUiiiJUAINU. OftEGON.
Northwest Cor. Third and Oak Sts.
Transacts a general banking business.
Drafts issued available In all cities nf th.
United States and Europe. Hong Kons and
Collections made on favorable terms.
President J. C AINS WORTH
Vice-President W. B. AYER
Cashier it W. SCHMEER
Assistant Cashier A. M., WRIGHT
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Or rOKTLAjSD. OR.
Designated Depositary and Financial Agent
of the United States.
President A. L. MILLB
Cashier J. W. NEWKIRK:
Asslstant Cashier W. C. ALVORD
Second Assistant Cashier . .B. F. STEVENS
Letters of credit Issued available In Eu
rope and the Eastern States.
Sight exchange and telegraphic transfers
sold on Now York. Boston. Chicago. St
Louis. St Paul, Omaha. San Francisco and
the principal points of the Northwest
Sight and time bills drawn in sums to suit
on London. Paris. Berlin. Frankfort-on-the-Maln.
Hong Kong, Yokohama, Copenhagen,
Chrlstlanla. Stockholm. St Petersburg. Mos
cow. Zurich. Honolulu.
Collections made on favorable terms.
PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY OF OREGON,
The Oldest Trust Company In Oregon.
We conduct a general banking business. xv
receive savings deposits. We Issue time cer
tificates and certificates of deposit Darnhu
upon 10 days' call. 30 days call or 90 days'
call, with Interest at 3i. 3 and 4 per cent
per annum, respectively. Call or send for
our book of
BENJ. I. COHEN President.
H. L. PITTOCK Vice-President
LEts AU-Si. .secretary
O. GOLTRA Assistant Secretary
LADD & TILTON. BANKERS
ESTABLISHED IN 1830.
Transacts a general banking business.
Interest allowed on time deposits.
Collections made at all points on favnmht.
terms. Letters of credit Issued available in
Europo and all points in the United States.
sight exenange ana teiegrapnic transfers
sold on New York. Washington. ChIcar-o s
Louis. Denver. Omaha. San Francisco and
various points in uregon. Washington and
laano. jaontano ana jonusn joiumoia.
Exchange on London. Paris. Berlin. Tr-a-.v
fort Hong Kong, Yokohama, Manila and