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THE aiORXIXG- OKEGON, THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1905.
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
T'ORTLAND. At;. 18. Maximum tempera-
j!..ttS de.; mMmurn. 54. River reading
a 11 A. M.. 8 feet; dtMMK " ! -4 hour!'
fsn:. 0.2 of a foot. Total precipitation.
i M to 5 P. M.. 0.O8 of an Inch: total since
:- pwmber I. 1IHM. S4.1S Inches; normal. 48.48
... he; 4efldK-. 12JH Inchon. Total sn-i.-ne
Amcurt 15. '. hour, and 1 mia-
K possible. 14 hours and 10 mttes.
J Promoter (rodwced to sea level) nt 1. M
PACIFIC COAST WEATHER.
2 3l o
;i mioses, B. C
; ramento. . . .
lit Lake Otty.
:n Kraadaro. .
I 72 J.U0
. ! 0t.0j
Si T !l4i6W
Light nhowers have occurred today la the
TViiiasnett Valley and tb Hound Country
.-.:.! also In Northeastern Washington. Else
vVre In the lacinc Coaet States fair
v sther has continued. The weather hi
f rurally tbreatenlne; thin eveulnsr In th
rth Ifadnc Butte and the indications are
that nnaettled weather will protMthty con
t i.uo Thursday, with light shower in Xorth
v 'trn Of-espon and Washington.
Forecast made at Portland for the 2S
1 :r eadta at mldnlirtM. AtMCuet 17:
Portland and tidnttr Clondy to partly
c.uuiy: probably preceded by ahowers;
v f-t-ierty wtoda.
W estern Oregon Partly cloudy with preb
fiiiy shower north porlte: westerly
u l.ids, "
W. -stern Washington Partly dowdy with
j. : uably aboaera; a-eetrty winds.
Eastern Oregon and Southern Idaho Gea-
i:aftera WahliKto and Xorthern Idaho
v oudy with probably showerM north )ortkn.
A. a. WUUIAM1IK,
Atlnc IMrtrlct Forecaster.
AUCTION SAJ.US TODAY.
At the Portland Auction Rooms. 211 First
st Sale at 2 P. M. C. L. Ford. Auctioneer.
; GUnMW'e A net km Roanw. 4 IS "WaidanRton
. at le o'clock A.NM. . U K. OUmaa.
. j. tloneer. .
At Baker Aacttoa Howce. cor. Alder asd
2 -in k ata. tSale at M o'clock. Geo. Baker &
1 vYrXW At St. Paal. Ktaa., AagnM IX. liKWi.
H i ward Menrj' Coartaey Taylor, aadttor
tiafnc receipta. Kortbera IacMc Kail way.
agd M year.
I. O. O. F. The generalretlef eommlUee
v , :I meet at J. P. Flnleyi chapel, coraer
'l i lid and Madison atreeta, at 2 o'clock to
i..i to attend the funeral of our late
other. J. F. Stretch, of Union IodRe, Xo.
:7!i. Oshkoah. 'U. All Oddfellowa are
l.; o ntly reqnaatBd to be )treent.
J. C. JAMBHOK. Pretddent.
TOM BROWN. Secretary Pro Tern.
MINNEHAHA TRIBK. NO. 2. IMPROVED
K. M. Regular meetiaK this (Thutay)
i Tine; at ii o'clock. 'Aa the wigwaat. No.
''-. Second at. Warrtor's and -h-f'K deRrs.
Members requested to attend. VMtlne; broth
wekxnied. It. Mci.ROU. Sachnm.
L. CARSTKNSEN. Chief of Records.
COLUMBIA IXMX5K. NO. 114. A.
F. & A. M. Stated caMnMMteatfon
this Thursdayi evening. S o'clock.
Masonic Temple. Ait Masons in
vited. Work. it. S. PACWTK, See.
T R5LKR la this dty. Aafnet U lPsfi. Dr.
i.-oege A. ToraJer. aaed si year. 2 HMMtthti"
and 2 days. Funeral notlee hereafter.
X AttIC In 'this dty. Atarnst 18, ll6. at the
amily reaidenoe. IttOM WiUianw Mvnnue.
Janet B. Clark, aged 17 years and 27 day.
liaeral notice hereafter.
i'AUKER Friends and aequafcyanoa) are re
tfally m1ted to attend the funeral serr-u-w
of John B. Parker, which wttl be held
t F1nyaChapel at W A. M. today. Serv
ices at the grave private,
t ": UEICH Frk-nds and acquaintances are re-.-loctfnUy
invited to attend the fwueral
rvlow. of John F. Stretch, which will be
.ld at Ftuley's Chapel at 2 P. M. today
Intmnent BUer Ww Cemetery.
' 'I.LKMEK-Oa August 15. liajft. at ABtoria.
Mrs. Judith Collenter. agnl SX yaara.
r :neral today Thunday). August 17. 1(9B
' 2 P. M.. from Holman'f Chapel, corner
l'Mtd and Salmon sircti. Friendf rospeet
:..!ly Invited to attend. Interment River-
PUNNING. X'ENTEE , GILBAUGn. i 2
cotson, to I)-annln & Campion. underickeM
nr.d embulmera. modern In every detail. 7tl
and Pine. Phone Main 430. Lady asoUtunt.
K"W ABJ HOLMAN CO.. Undertakers and
cmiMilmets, huvo moved to their neiv build
ing. Third and Suliuon. Lady uihintant.
2vlcplune No. 587. '
J. P. nNLEV & SON. Pnneral Director.,
tor. Sd and Madlboi . OHice of County Cor
cuer. Ladj' unIntant. Telephone No. 3.
F. S. DUNNING, Undertaker, 414 East
Alder Lady as-jlstuut. Telephone East 52.
ZELLKR-BVRNES CO., UNDERTAKEItS.
Cnibulmer, 27 Kns'l: Eat.t 10S8; lady ak't.
Home, Sweet Home.
"ys there ever anything said in
three words thai touches the heart
more iimn "Home, Swoot Homo"!
A rented house is not a home, it is
only a stopjMitff place and a very ex
pertsive He at that.. Everj' hour's
work de ou a home of your own is
for yourself, ,bnt anything: you do
on a rented place is lost. Why don't
yon buy a lot in Vernon and huild
your own little hoinef AYo will help
you. First go out and take a look
at the beautiful site of Yernoir, talk
with our agent on the ground, then
call at our office and we can explain
how yon can have a "Home, Sweot
Home" of vour own.
IVloore Investment Co,
Phone Main 16
15H SIXTH STREET
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
Oar roori ars complete and to ata,
H furaTSa abstracts promptly.
ra Jtcrroved Portland K.I Eststa.
tnenmrr abstract trust c&,
ZK-Z15 Cluuubcr of Commarsa-
Fifth and Washington Streets
fioomi, $1.00 to $3.00 Tcr Day
Accord In tr to Location.
J. F. DA VIES, lTe.
f CO. (INCORPORATED.)
FRONT AND MORRISON STREETS
European Plan Rooms 75c to $2.00
First-Class Restaurant In Connection
! 1e ESMOND HOTEL
OSCAR. ANDERSON, Manager ;
Front and Morrison Streets, PORTLAND, OREGON ;
I Free 'bus to and from all trains 1
Rates Euan 75c
SST Theater ato
Morrison Street between 0th and "th.
PhoBe Main 80S.
Continuing Kvr Nlsht Thl Wek, "With a
w. Special -I'ricc Matlne.- Saturday.
Tlit' l"uiiny German Comedians '
KOLB & DILL
Hie Double Bill.
The New Musical Comedy-Burlesques.
The Skindicate The Kindergarten
THIS IS THE LAST WKBK
Comedy Prett Girlfc Catchy Music.
POPULuVR PRICES, 25c, S5o, 50c, 7Sc
MARQUAM GRAND THEATBR
All Week Beginning Monday. August 21. '05.
The World's Greatest Hypnotist. Mind
Reader and Entertainer
The Grealc.t Lady Cornet V'Uiyer.
POPULAR PRICES 25. 35. S and 75 cents.
SEATS ARE NOW SELLING.
BELASCO THEATER Ks
(Formerly Columbia Theater) 14th and Wash.
TWELFTH WEEK BELASCO STOCK CO.
Dramatisation r Mary Johnston's
Novel of the Same Name.
SUPERB PRODUCTION-BIG CAST
Matinees Saturday and Sunday.
PPXpITC N1ght-25c. 35c 50c and 75c
x XViX-J Mallnees-25c. 5c and 50c,
Next IVcek-THE GIRL AND TUB .IUDGE
GREAT SPECIAL BILL.
THEATER ALWAYS COOL.
KEATING FIXXJD. Manager.
Barnej-'s Trained Animal. Only Trained Go
rilla in Captivity.
Prancl It IraiicU. (it-Hyson Brothers.
J. II. StuHiirhlield. LouIh A. Hanvey.
Now Motion I'icturrH.
Baker's PatnotiN OrchrMrjl.
Porformances dall at 2::J. 7: and a P. M.
Ad mixtion. lc to an feat excepting boxes.
EUNICE DRAKE AND COMPANY
MIL AND MRS. GKO. 11. WILSON
Mlt. ROY MrBRAIN
General admiKln H --nt. Sundays, eve.
nlngs and holidays, reserved seats oa lower
floor. 9 eents. Dally matinees, entire loner
Sktor. 16 cents; box Keats, 23 cents.
MISS ANGHLA MAY 4
Assisted by ,1. Iouin MacHvoy.
COLE AND COLE
BILLY DURA NT
MIL FRED I'URINTON
Goneral admission 10 cents. Sundays, eve
nings and holidays, reserved so&ts on lower
floor. 30 cents. Dally matinees, entire lower
aoar. 1 cents; box seats. 25 cents.
Lewis and Clark Observatory
Now open. Take Portland Heights car and
get oft at 'Hawthorne Terrace, one block from
car line. No climbing. Electric elevator
Most magnificent Men In America. Ses
beautiful effect of powerful reari-bllght from
top of tower. Open 8 A. M tc 8 P. ii.
ADMISSION. 10 CENTS.
Corner Vaughn and Twenty-Fourth.
PORTLAND VS. SAN FRANCISCO
August 15, 10. 12, 18, 19, 20.
GRANDSTAND. 25c. CHILDREN. ISe
Box tickets and reserved seats oa sale at
GERMAN ROOF, GARDEN
Opposite Main Entrance Fair Grounds.
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT.
FRIDAY NIGHT. AUGUST IS.
Beautifully decorated with garden effect.
First-class music. Dancing from S to 12.
Special Excursion Train
TO NEWPORT BY THE SEA.
Saturday, August 19. leae Union Depot
7:X0 .V. 11. : arrive at Newport about 2 P. M.
Leave Newport Stinday. 4 P. M-; arrive Port
land about 10:50 P. M. Don't miec this most
deHghtful trip to the famous resort on
Yaqulna Bay. Only a limited number cab
be accommodated. Only $7 for the round -trip
including all expenses for tw day.
Leave your name at 112 Third street.
Jure think of it! In two weeks time you
learn fine profession and receive good salary.
Steady work- For particulars see us at once.
Newman's Theatrical Information Bureau.
ARB YOU LOOKING FOR A NICE FXAC
tfcmal lot? Look at Bast 13th and Ash ets.
$750 for Inside: $1000 foceoraor; Improve
ments all In. The Hart Land Co.. imi Sher
ing en throA
L streots, close
E. J. DALY. 222 Failing Bldg.
LOUIS H. BOLL
TIANO STUDIO WILL OPEN SEPTEMBER L
Parlors 9 aad 10, 3i2 Washington o
Plrat-ClaBs Check Ttetttaarant
Connected Yth ITotel.
C. O. DAVIS, bee and Trea.
to $3.00 Per Day ;
$730 Lots la Doscher's Second Addition.
North Portland; easy terms.
$800 Two lots. 14th and College.
SHOO Corner lot S. W. oor. 17th and Madi
son. $ia00-2Sxlt and cottage. Front, noar
S1K00-Vi -block. N. 24th St.; easy termc
152000 Full lot. Northrup. noar 22d.
S2000 S4 acres. 16 acres under plow, near
2008 Sightly -block, S. B. cor. of G rover
and Water sta. G rover street Improved,
ad cement walk.
S2I0Full jmath front lot on Northrup. 100
feet wost of 23d. All street hnproramonts
S2a00-Fraetlonal lot, 7-roem house. N. 22 d.
renting for $25.
S2500-Nio Mttle modern home In South
S3000-cl. S-room hoa. Qnlmhy eL;
renting for $19.
$3500 Bast front lot, 11th st.. soar Harri
son. $I90 25xln. store Urst Soor. living-rooms
above; N. Inth. near Dn-is.
$4750 75x1 W). Everett St., bet. 22d and 29d;
heat buy on markeL
SB000 i -block. 24th and Pettygrove.
$050A-eightly Vi -block. 22d and Johnaoa.
$8500 Beautiful, new.' modern home on Irv
ing, near 24 th: move tight in.
$00(Hi S lots and modem in-room home
on Overton, near 23d st.
$10.000 Modern 1 S-room home. Nob Hill.
$10.009 Property in North Portland, paying
10 per cent net.
$14,000 Comer with 3 houeos, renting for
$10 per month.
$1 7,000 30x5, First st-. corner ; paying good
$13,400 Property oa N. 22d, renting for $161
$18,000 Brick building, doee In. paling
good returns. )
$20,000 Only lot for sale facing Washington
$51,000 09x29. downtown, paying 9 per cent
-bIock facing oast oa 23d and Irving, with
a largo modern 1 S-room dwelling, the house
costing S1C.0M to build. This property will
he soU for a reasonable price asd en
We offer for sale -a beautiful and sightly
home on 25th and Johnson. There are about
2fc lota with new 11 -room dwelling, built
after the lateet design and Is now ready
The moat desirable building rite ia Port
land, surrounded by palatial homes with an
tsnonstrnctod view of our famous mountains;
the only excluolvely high-class residence
property supplied' with bltullthlc streets, ce
ment sidewalks. Bull Run water, sewer and
8m laid to each lot. Take Waablngton
itreet car to CRy Park and got off at Park
ave. For plats and prices coll on or address.
OVER THE RIVER
$125 per acre, the best Improved farm in
$150 und up Lota in Fearer's Addition; low
est priced lota oa the market; eaey terms.
$150 each-S Jots, loth and Wygant. High
land. $25(1 and up Lota 1r Larsons Addition. E.
Stark and Ioen ave., Mc Tabor ear.
$500 Two lots in Cook's Addition oa the
hill above the car rhops.
$700 Coraer lot. Kern's Addition, near In-
man & Poutsen mitt; eay term.
$850-Oorner lot. K. llth and Hancock.
$B0 Lots near Steel bridge, oa Benton,
net. mxom and Dupont,
;? 00 50x100 and C-room house. Starr, near
uuseeii St.; easy terms.
$1000 10 acres. O. TV. P. Railway, near
$I200aOxaH. E. Sth. near Brooklyn st-
i.m-r iota near North Albtna station;
will trade for Sookane nronertr.
$1550 Lot on Williams ave.. near Broadway.
$1600 Block 44. Waverly. one-third former
$1000 5-room modern cottage In Suanyside.
renting for $17.34 ner month.
$1780 Corner lot, 2 cottages. E. 15th and
.ueworih: rentlnc for 521.
$1800-Cpraer. S. W. oor. E. ltu and Madl-
$2880-Two mis in bearing fruit and 9-roem
nouse. aanay xoad. near K. zsth.
$2380 New a-room house. Williams ave.
$2350-50x120 and new 6-room house. Union
ave.. near Ivy st,
$2300-53x109 and two house. 444 and 48
a. via: rent rn-r moutk.
$2500 S lots, feOtttheaet corner of 17th and
$2860-2 lota, ldth. btf. Belmont and Tay
$C700-xlv and S-room modern house.
4S Commercial at.. Unner Alblna.
$3250-BeauttfuI and sightly Weetaoett
home on the Woodstoek car-line at Howe's
tatton. constating of two lots, modern
a-room nouse coating $3590; bam and
plenty of fruit; completely furnlehed;
move right In.
$3500l acres, alt Improved, orchard.
houe. Just south of Multnomah UalL Sec-
iiua iiae jism.
55 W -Quarter-block 2d and Wasoo.
$$500 Two lots and modern S-roe-ra house.
w iiiiams ave.
SttCOO Vt-bloek. K. lth and Ankeny.
$1500 U -Mock. E. 2d and Holtaday ave,
$4500 Coraer lot, close In, 5 cottages, rent
tag for $55 per month.
$4000 L -block. Grand ave, and Hassalo st.
$17501 acre. E. 3d and Stephen. 54 feet
railroad frontage; will trade for St. Paul
or Minneapolis property.
$50003$ anes facing base Hne road; cenetd
erable cord wood on the land.
$525012 acres at WllMmr. hlchlr im
proved I acres ia orchard; house, barn
and Hind mill.
$5500 Two lots and 9-roora modern house.
E. Oak. near Pth: will trade for farm near
Pendleton or Umatilla.
$5700 100x100 and n-room modern house
In McMlIlen's Addition, near Steel bridge;
room for two more houses.
Dc you want to buy a sawmill? We have
one at Estacada. 54 acres with mllL Don't
fall to see us about this proposition.
IRVING'S HARBOR VIEW
$fJ00 ax4 up tor kU near Steel bride q on
The Larson home, near Hunter's Station
Mt, Tabor oar), is now for sale. The prop
erty consists of 100x200. house, greenhouse
and barn, with an abundance of bearing
fruit; easy terms.
Fop-sale, eight room, modorn &ouse.
mipj mi w us ana j lowers, goou as new;
IS minutoe from city; furniture it wanted;
gvuu ivnuvii, dS9; icrzzis.
GRINDSTAFF & SCMLK'
2C4 Stark StreeL
TELEPHONE MAIN 332.
318 Worcester Block
General practice, Isvectlfafiaas.
Estate work. Special and periodical T?ijir-
Phona Clay 22C.
"Rooms, "Rooms and Board. "Honse
kreplng Rooms, "Sit nations Wanted," 15
words or less. 15 cents: IG to 20 words. 20
cents; 21 to 25 words, 25 cents, etc No dis
count for additional Insertions.
UNDER ALL OTHER HEADS, except
New Today." 30 cents for 13 words or leaf t
10 to 20 words. 40 cents: 21 to 23 words, 30
centf. etc- Q rat Insertion. Each additional
insertion, our-half ; no further discount un
der ono mooth.
"NEW TODAY" (gaage measure agate). 13
cents per line, flrst insertion: 10 cents per
line for each additional insertion.
ANSWERS TO ADVERTISEMENTS, ad
dressed care The Orcgonhtzu and left at this
office, should always bo Inclosed In scaled
envelopes. No stamp Is required on such
The Oregonlan will not bo responsible for
errors In advertisements taken throcgu the
See article. Oregonlan. Sunday, and edi
torial Monday. Portland already HAS
PARKED streets, the very best and most
complete residence streets (cement cross
walks) In the city. See Halsey street, be
tween East Fifteenth and East Eighteenth
streets, and cross-streets to Clackamas.
The very BEST and only EXCLUSIVE
reridence property in the Ro?e City.
THE OREGON REAL ESTATE CO.,
Third Street. Room 4.
California-" Bliss Lands"
""Homeseekers act promptly. Secure a 20-
acre farm of irrigated land at J 50 to $70 per
acre, price Including water rights one-
fourth cash. Reached by Sqthern Pacific
or Santa Fe uverland Line, direct to Tulare
City, two miles from Bliss Lands.
Alfalfa, corn, grain, deciduous fruits, vege.
tables, hogs, dairy cattle thrive. Booklet
free from Bliss Lands (Inc.). 610 Parrot t
bldg.. San Francisco.
Two to five-acre tracts on the O. TV. P.
oar Hne, one mile and a half cast from
the go If links; price from $110 to $250 per
acre. Inquire of John H. Gibson. OWN
ER, at Stanley. CITY address, room 103
TOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
$560 BUYS G-ROOM HOUSE. BATH AND
Basement, with one and one-half lots, conve
nient to cars; c!oe In. East Side; $1000 first
00 acres, close in; convenient to ear
line. KaH. Side; will divide it.
?20o Fine home buihtlRg site, one block
from car line; tract 115x145.
DAVIDSON. WARD i CO..
4ttS Chamber of Commerce.
A CRD TRACTS WE HANDLE ACREAGE
as a specialty, within city Uialts or outside.
Some ecrea with - terras as low as $10 per
xsenth with water. A. C CnurchlU & Co.,
"Inc.," -110 2d st.
FOR SALE AT MOUNT TABOR. HALF
acre, fronting 150 feet on car line. 200 feet
on Royal ave.; house and barn. 12 large
shade trees; very nightly; price $1250. Take
Sunnyslde and Mt, Tabor car to the end and
ask for letter-carrier's place.
SUBURBAN HOME OF NEARLY 12 ACRES
la berriea and other fruit; beautiful location,
near ear line; good building; running
stream of clear water. V 29. Oregonlan.
NEW MODERN 5 AND S-ROOM COTTAGES.
all complete; must be sold this week; make
me an offer. Joe Nash, owner, at Nashville
Addition, on ML Scott car line.
NEW 5-ROOM MODERN COTTAGE, 703
Hood ?C; price $IS5U; J-tHJ down, balance
monthly payments. 420 Washington st.
A. R. Smith.
FOR SALE S. E. CORNER 12TH AND MA-
son fir. N. E.. with 3-room bouse. Improved
Mreets; price $&59. Inquire of owner on
IH e miii ts
FOR SALE 5 OR 18 ACRES; A BARGAIN
for cash. Inquire 4Sth st. and Hawthorne
ave. South. Mrs. W. S. Falling, lit Tabor
LARGE HOUSE AND GROUNDS; EAST
SMr, close in; suitable lor small ranltarlura
or lovely borne; cheap. lhone East 475.
FOR RENT 58-ACRE STOCK RANCH; 199
acres under cultivation. Apply to Mrs.
John N. Koontz. Chehalls. Wash.
FOR SALE LOT AND BUILDING KNOWN
a The Waldorr. 147 13th St.. near Aider,
Apply to John Bala, 224 Stark st.
SKLLWOOD LOTS. $5.00 DOWN AND $5.83
. .... r . err. no tn tni.iwi
Townctte co. rnone union nui.
FOR SALE-NEW 0-ROOM HOUSE. ALL
modern conveniences: price reasonable. In
quire owner. 731 E. Ash st.
7-ROOM HOUSE. 4 BLOCKS FROM STEEL
bridge; fine view of the rlrer; full lot; cheap.
Ivout Salomon. 112 let H-
ACREAGB NEAR CAR LINE. 0 MILE3
frera Mertisen st. crldge, c K. Bollard.
$4 SO FOR 21 LOTS (25X100). NEAR WOOD-
lawa; sacrinee for caih. lis Abingtoa bldg.
yOR SALE PORTLAND HEIGTS. 5-ROOM
f cottage, at a bargain. Phone Main 5456.
40 ACRES OF GOODtLAND ON MT. SCOTT,
$5 per acre. Owner, Q SO. Oregonlan.
FOR RENT CONVENIENT SMALL SEVEN
room bouse. Main 5110.
FOR SALE FARMS.
60 TO 610 OR MORE ACRES FINELY IM
proved farms, well watered with fine
springs and creeks; timothy and clover
meadows; orchards, gardens, small fruits;
good buildings; hay, stock, teams, imple
ments and dairy utensils; on good county
road, near school, etc; 8 miles from
WashougaL Can sell In tracts to suit
Cheap if taken at once. If you want a
nne. healthy home, cheap, address the
Owner. P. O. box 25. rortlana. Or.
MOM MO-ACRE FAR5L NEAR A THRIVING
railroad town in Western Oregon; a great
$8iht S6-acre farm, near Cottage Grove.
Or.; bouse, two be row; good solL. living run
ning water; worth the price.
$25.(J0 IPOO-acre grae and stock farm,
convenient to railroad: only 40 miles from
Iortland. on Wert Side; will make four
DAVIDSON. WARD & CO..
403 Chamber of Commerce.
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN FINE S54-acre
Valley farm, about 260 acres bottom land.
about 1C0 in cultivation; balance low bench
partly -cleared and In grass; good buildings.
fences and orchard; come beaverdam; about
law cords of Qr and asn timber; electric
light and telephone; close to rail, church and
Mbooli; :o mllce to Portland; per acre;
terms. S 5. Oregonlan.
EXCEPTIONALLY FINE COMPLETE FARM
56 acres, level land. In cultivation, 700
Winter apples, modern improvements, elec
tric car. fine road all year; S miles east of
Portland: growing crop, chickens, stock and
Implements; fine water and piped; more
acreage adjoining If wanted. 227 Front st.
52HO-IMPROVED FARM. !0 ACRES. 40 IN
cultivation, balance fine timber; good 9-roora
house, barn, graaarr: fine water: four acres
- young beariBg orchard: walking distance
electric line; terms. Abso 153 acres on elec
tric line; a bargain. 118 Abtngton bMg.
FOR SALE iO-ACRE FARM. 10 MILES
south of Portland; 20 acres in cultivation,
houses and barns; barn full of hay; all
kinds of fjirmlnp mnlMn,ni, TSI nlan.
can- be had within the next 30 days for
-- casa. AGdrees H 5. Oregonlan.
Jlfrtrt WILL HANDLE 1100 ACRES TIMBER
and farm land; Southern Oregon; also email
ii aim. unnrr. -v oa. urKontaa.
WILL EXCHANGE 0 PER CENT ACCUMU-
intive nrst mortgage, real estate, gold
bonds for 100 acres or more of well locatrd
unimproved farm land, suitable for diversi
fied farming and dairy, purposes, within 30
N. miles or Portland In Oregon; will only deal
direct with owner; no agents or curiosity
seekers need answer; arrange Interview,
giving description of property. Address J
WILL EXCHANGE LANDS IN SOUTHERN
Oregon for dty property or a burlneM.
Owarr. Y 5S. Oxegsates.
WANXEC 2E.VL ISTAXC.
WANTEDFOR CASH. MODERN 5-ROOM
onttaga. fun lot, walking distance; fruit
trees and flowers; something- cory. F.
Fuetts. HUS lat-
W ANTED TO BUY MODERN HOUSE;
will pay part cash; want terms on balance.
317 Kenton -hide, .84 GLh -st. Phone JTroat
FOR SALE TIMBER LANDS.
$1S50 PER ACRE 780 ACRES IN ONE
body on Cedar Creek. Clackamas County; 12
miles from Oregon City; cruiser reports 24.
105.000 feet fine fir and cedar saw-timber,
large Quantity cedar telephone poleo. 12,000
cords Hr wood: mostly rich soil. Apply lis
WILLAPA HARBOR TIMBER 3000 ACRES.
spruce, cedar, fir. hemlock; J., to $10;
trarts to suit, TV. W. Cheadle. agent. South
16rt ACRES. 3,000.000 FIR; i MILE FROM
togging stream ana county roau; cetnmanaa
only aecees to large adjoining body. P. O.
C44 ACRES OF TIMBER IN COWLrTZ
County. Wash., for ale at a bargain it
taken soon. D. TV. Faulkner. Anita. Ia.
10 ACRES YELLOW PINE AND FIR:
5.000.000 feet; near railroad and river;
$1800. T 40. Oregonlan.
FOR SALE LAND SCRIP.
LAND SCRIPS OF ALL KINDS. GUARAN-
teed. mineral hinds titled, public land prao
tlee. Ceitlas Land Co.. Stearns bldg.
Horses. Vehicles and Harness.
FOR SALE OR RENT HORSES AND VE-
hlcles by the day, week or month: harness,
saddles and 2tX new and second-band rigs
for sale or exchange. Tomllnson St Cadal
day, 211 Washington it.
HORSES, WAGONS. TRUCKS AND ALL
Kines or venieiei ana name.-n tor saie or
rent, Hubert & Hall, 2W Fourth st.
FINE SPAN PONIES. 7 YEARS OLD. Ex
cellent drivers and stylish; bargain. Phone
FOR SALE CHEAP NO 1 CAMP WAGON
and team. Call Coulter. Grocer. 8 union
FIRST-CLASS NEW BUGGY. U-SED ONLY
four months; ell at half cost, 3& 6th st.
SEVERAL NEW AND SECOND-HAND BUG-
gles and surreyst. 571 Thurman. cor. ISth.
FINE HORSE AND BUOGT. SAFE FOR
woman. 307. Falling bldg. Main 3407.
DOES YOUR ROOF LEAK?
Cover It with Mastic roofing. Ia rolls,
easy to lay; needs no painting or coating:
good over old iron, tin or shingles; for
sew roofs there Is nothing better; guaran
teed; Mastic roof paint and cement will
stop small leaks. National Mastic Roaang
Co.. room 2. Hamilton bldg.
FOR SALE NEW ANI SECOND-HAND
billiard and pool tables; easy payments; w
rent tables, with privilege of buying; mod
em bar fixtures, cheap prices. Brunswick
Balke-Cotlcnder. -13 3d st.
LOGGERS AND CONTRACTORS-SEVERAL
good ei-cond-hand engtnee. suitable for log
ging or hoisting, purposes to be had cheap.
For further information apply to F. D.
Kuettner. Astoria, Or.
FOR SALE. REASONABLE TWO FIRST-
clasa tickets to .New lork. via San Fran
deco and Los Angeled ; man and woman.
Write to F 80. Oregonlan.
FOR SALE ST. BERNARD PUPS. VERY
fine, worth $26; will sell what a left, male or
female. $5 each if taken at once. Apply
Wilson's, 72 Sixth st.
TICKET FOR MAN. VIA SAN FRANCISCO
and Los Angeles, to Denver; ticket for wom
an afceo; one for boy, Kansas City or Topeka,
B 81, Oregonlan.
FOR SALE 50.000 NO. 1 SECOND-HAND
grain bags; will sell In large or small quan
tities. J. Simons & Uro., --U-.ti Front st.
GASOLINE LAUNCH FOR SALE OR TRADE
10 tons' carrying capacity. 24-horsepower
engine; will sell cheap. H 42. Oregonlan.
BABY'S LARGE SAMPLE GO-CART;
slightly need; will sclrfheap. Phone Eaat
281S. Call hW East Irving.
A 21-FOOT GASOLINE LAUNCH; GOOD
condition; brand new palmer; price very rea
zonable. Q 61. Oregonlan.
FOR SALE 12 H. P. WEBER GASOLINE
engine. Al condition and a bargain. 221
ANTIQUES, COLONLVL AND "EMPIRE"
furniture, grandfather's clock, davenport.
FOR SALE FRESH 5IILK COW. WITH
calves; excellent family or dairy cow. 855
FOR SALE GAS ENGINE MACHINERY,
tool and patterns. Address 827 L at-,
THE U. S. PATENT. THE 20TH CENTURY
. derrick fork. Address F. M. Stanley. J 81.
FOR SALE FIRST-CLASS TICKET FOR
lady to New York, reasonable. Y CO. Ore
FOR SALE LADY'S TICKET TO ST. PAUL.
Call Main BIOS.
HELP WANTED MALE.
$1.00 $1.00 FEE ONLY $1.00 $1.00
Teamster, laborers, roekmen. $2 to $2.50.
Oregon. Washington ami near Idaho. Any
able-bodied man who wants work on R. It.
construction will do. A year's work.
HANSEN'S EMPLOYMENT OFFICE,
28 North 2d sc. near Burnstde.
$1.00 FEE. FREE FARE. FEE S1.0O
WANTED FOR U. S. ARMY ABLE-BODIED
unmarried men. between the ages of 2L and
35. citizens of United State?, of good char
acter and temperate habit, who can epeak.
read and write English. For Information
apply to Recruiting Officer, 3d and Oak
stn.. Portland, Or.
LOGGERS FOR COOS BAY, FARE PAID,
ehlp lhch; mill hands; farm hands and milk
ers; laborers and teamf-tern, R. B. East. $2
to $2.25. pase; plenty other work. Canadian
Employment Co.. 240 Burnoide. Main. 3074.
228V: Morrison; Main 1323.
ALL DISEASES OF MEN SUCCESSFULLY
treated; discharges positively cured la from
3 to 5 days; consultation free and strictly
confidential; send for our symptom blank.
X-Radlum Medical Institute. Allsky bldg..
3d and Morrison sis.. Portland
WANTED. AT LOS ANGELES. CAL.
Sticker' men, band sawyers and filers, turn
em mill bench men and rip sawyers; delight
ful climate, permanent employment; good
wages to good men. Address) box 16S4, Ex
aminer, Los Angeles. Cal.
YOUNG MEN IN PORTLAND 'AND
throughout state wanting to make from $3 to
$7 per day. and be their own boss, send ad
drefeed stamped envelope to TV. A. Thomas,
Box 88. Portland. Or.
STENOGRAPHER WANTED MUST HAVE
some capital: Interest old-established mercan
tile brokerage business; extraordinary oppor
tunity; slate partiulars fully. Y 61. Ore
gonlan. MEN and women to Iram watchmkg, en
graving. Jewelers wk; only prac school for
Jewelers; money made learn'g. Watchmkg
Engrav. School. P. I. bldg.. Seattle.
ANY INTELLIGENT FERSON MAY EARN
good Income corresponding for newspapers;
experience unnecessary; send for particulars.
Press Syndicate. Lockport. N. Y.
FIRST-CLASS ART GLASS WORKER
wanted; highest wages paid to good man;
permanent, Addresa Cha. J. Schuler. 1420
Castro at.. Oakland. Cal.
FURNACE MEN WANTED MUST BE
flrst-claaa; also cornice men. J. C. Bazer.
206 2d et.
WANTED A GOOD CANVASSER: SALARY
to right party. The Western Lady. 147
YOUNG MAN TO TAKE UP GOOD PAYING
business; new Ides, 270 Washington st,.
WANTED MAN THAT CAN RUN AND
feed band resaw. Standard Box A. Lum
COATMAKERS WANTED. DEIRLING &.
Pailden. 503-510 Main sL, Vancouver.
WANTED GROCERY PACKER: STEADY
place; state salary wonted. K 81. Oregonlan.
WANTED MAN TO SOLICIT FOR PHOTO
view company: salary. M 01. Oregonlan.
MEN'S OLD CLOTHING. SHOES WANTED;
hlcfreac price paid. 50 3d. Phone Pacific 4S.
PARTY TO RUN PONT SAW IN SAWMILL.
$3 day. Pioneer Employment. 215 Morrison.
WANTED ENRGETIC ADVERTISING So
licitor. Call 4 P. M. 515 Oregonlan bldg.
WANTED YOUNG MAN ABOUT IS YEARS
old. ML Hoed Factory. 2d and Couch.
STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS CLOTHING MAN;
no otner neea appiy. inc untcago.
WANTED MAKERS AND TRIMMERS. AP-
ply te Loweogart & Co.. IM Trent st.
WAITER WANTED AT ONCE. BOOD RES-
tanrant, cor. 8th and Everett.
TVANTED A COOK AT 50ii N. itttt ST.
HELP WANTED MALE.
PRINTER. ALL-ROUND. SOBER. STEADY,
married preferred, as foreman of flrst-elasa
country oClce; give references. Journal.
South Bend. Wash.
WANTED A DELIVERY MAN IN THE
grocery business; one who has had experi
ence; none other need apply. A 82. Orego
nlan. Wanted Men to learn barber trade; steady
practice; expert Instructions. Write for
terms. Gtllman's College. 627 Clay st.. S. IT.
California wine depot; headquarters bakers,
cooks, waiters, bartenders. All wlnea 5c
per glass. P. Loratl. 14S 4th. Clay 15418.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS MEN IN PORT
land and throughout state to solicit bust-n-aa.
Call or write. 007 McKay Wdg.
COOKS. WAITERS. DISHWASHERS. 'BUS
boys, blacksmith, men to help In kitchen.
Call early. The National. 312 Pine.
FOR COLLEGE. THOROUGHLY COMPE-
tent Greek Instructor. C. R. B. Teachers"
Agency. 2ti5 Morrison, room 207.
TWO SHORT ORDER COOKS; ALSO TWO
Japs to do chamber work, $30: help of all
kinds at the National. 312 Pine.
YOUNG MAN WANTED FOR TIMEKEEP-
er In factory- Address, own handwriting,
giving age. S 00, Oregonlan.
MINERS HAND DRILLERS. $2 AND
board. Canadian Employment Co., 210
Burns Ide. 220fe Morrison.
MAX TO TAKE CHARGE OF BARN WITH
ten horsed ; able to shoe horse, keep wagons
In repair, H 61. Oregonlan.
WANTED A FIRST-CLASS FURNITURE
finisher; none other need apply. Apply ship
ping clerk. Tull & Gibhs.
TWO SOLICITORS BIG COMMISSION; SAL-
ary to right party; S:30 to 12. 35 Rueeel
bldg.. 4th. Morrison.
WANTED PHOTOGRAPHER. RETOUCHER
ami printer; well experienced. Lucerne Stu
dio. Dekum bldg.
WANTED 2 GROCERY CLERKS. BOOK
keeper; dry goods roan; good man to meet
public. 110 2d.
WANTED OLD CLOTHES. SHOES. HIGH,
est price paid. 180 Front, Phqne Pacific U2.
WANTED A BOY TO DRIVE WAGON. 8S4
1st st. Oregon Paper Box Co.
HELP WANTED MALE OR "FEMALE.
PANTRYMAN (EXPERT). WAITERS. $35;
cooks, dishwashers, yardman. 10 waitresses,
city. Coast; housework. Drake. 205 Wash
ington. WANTED TEACHERS: COMMERCIAL. Sci
ence, writing. $760; rural and grades. $450.
Flk Teachers' Agency. Call Bast 344.
SAY. YOU'RE RIGHT! THE BEST PLACE
to get help is at the National. Phone
100 HOP-PICKERS WANTED. INQUIRE
875 Gllsan. Phone Main 1047.
HELP WANTE D FEMALE.
TEACHER WANTED A PRIMARY TEACH
er for the Skamokawa School; term eight
months; wages $45 per month; school to
commence kept. tth. Address (. L. silver
man. Skamokawa. Wash. .
WANTED 150 GIRLS TO MAKE OVER
alls and shirts; instructions given to In
experienced. Apply Neustadter Bros..
Standard Factory No. 2. corner East Tay
lor and Grand ave.
WANTED COMPETENT GIRL FOR COOK
In Oregon City; small family; second girl
kept; good wages. Call this afternoon be
tween 2 and 5 at Leo Selling's Shoe Store.
270 Morrison st.
DOMESTICS. COOKS. WAITRESSES. CHAM
bermaidf. etc.; city. Coast. Fair and coun
try; plenty of work. Canadian Parlors.
22Cfe Morrison. Mam l
WANTED LADY ASSISTANT BOOK
keeper and stenographer wholesale house;
state age. experience and references. R
WANTED WOMAN CLERK. GOOD SAL
arv and Interest In business for $75 Invest
ment. For particulars call 317 Fenton bldg..
54 8th st.
WANTED A WOMAN COOK WHO THOR
oughly understands the woric; references rt-
quired; a second girl kept. Apply at )J83
WANTED EXPERIENCED SALESLADIES
to sell souvenir spoons at Fair grounds.
Apply at 205-208 Mohawk bldg. Bring ref
WANTED YOUNG. BRIGHT. EXPERI
enced photograph reception-room lady;
must know the business. S01 Dekum bldg.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS LADY REP RE
' fentatlYca In Portland and throughout stats;
good pay. Call or write 607 McKay bldg.
WANTED Lady demonstrator that
can demonstrate. Call at Indian Blanket
Booth. Manufactures Building, Exposition.
GIRLS AND WOMEN FOR LAUNDRY
work; no experience required; steady pwl
tlon. Troy Laundry Co., 201 E. Water.
WANTED HOUSEKEEPERS. COOKS. WAIT
er, chambermaids, general workers. St.
Louts Agency. 230Vx Yamhill. Main 5413.
LADIES. CALL ON US. WE HAVE GOOD
portions, big salary: eay work. New
man's School of Acting. 351V& Morrison.
WANTED EXPERIENCED SALESLADIES
for ladles' suit and cloak department. The
J. M. Acheeon Co.. Sth and Alder sts.
ENERGETIC WOMAN TO TRAVEL AND
organize In an educational work. School
teacher preferred. 51 30, Oregonlan.
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED CHAMBER
maid; none under 25 years of age need ap
ply. Hotel Berg. 13th ami Abler.
HANSEN'S LADIES AGENCY,,
343 j Washington st.. cor. 7th. upstairs.
Phone Main 2802.
GIRLS WANTED NONE BUT EXPBRI
enced. used to power, need apply. Portland
Glove Works. S2H Front st.
WANTED YOUNG LADY TO MAKE OUT
bills and light office work; state what wages
expected. G 81. Oregonlan.
WANTED HOUSEKEEPER. MIDDLE-AG BD
woman, country home, near city. Denlson
News Co.. 328 Johnson st.
SALESLADY. EXPERIENCED. SKIRTS
and Jackets. Apply this morning between
8 and 10. 171 3d st.
CAPABLE WOMAN TO ENTER VI A VI
training school for permanent position.
Room 23. Lewis bldg.
THE SOUTHERN. 374 YAMHILL WAH7
ed: A good boy or woman to work in kitch
WAITRESSES AT ONCE FOR THE GBR
man Roof Garden, opposite main entrance
WOMAN COOK. SHORT ORDERS: ALSO
waitress; small restaurant, 312 BurneMe.
WANTED GOOD PLAIN COOK FOR GEN
eral housework: no washing. Apply 285
WANTED A COM PETENT SECOND GIRL,
good wages. Apply 215 N. 22d; permanent
WANTED GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
heusewerk. Call 188 East 16th. near Bel
mont. WANTED EXPERIENCED . ARM WA1T
ress at the Insley Restaurant. 230 First t.
WANTED YOUNG LADY TO" LEARN PHO
tegraphr. C Aerne. Jr.. Sth and Alder ts.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK; GOOD
cook; $30. 433 East 15th St.. Irvington.
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED GIRL FOR
second work. Apply 7S3 Flanders st.
WANTED GIRLS. APPLY MT.
Shirt Factory. 2d owl Couch.
GIRLS WANTED TO FINISH PANTS. AT
once. Room 210 Allsky bldg.
WANTED A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
worfc. Apply at 454 Alder st.
BRIGHT. ENERGETIC NURSEGIRL AT
Davis Nursery. Fair groundf.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK. 365
3th st. Phone Main 5002.
WANTED A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSB
work. 606 Everett st. J
EXPERIENCED GIRL TO WORK EC BTND
ery. 207 2d st-
GIRL TO HELP IN FAMILY OF THREE.
SITUATION WANTED MALE.
Bookkeepers and Clerks.
A YOUNG MAN WITH BEST OF REFKR
esces and business standing ls open for a
position: is especially fitted far office work,
salesmanship anfi collections. Address C Si;
SITUATION WANTED MALE.
Bookkeepers and Clerks.
WANTED POSITION BY YOUNG MAN AS
bookkeepJr or any kind of of nee work,
thorougbly competent: references ; A 1 borji
if necessary. N 01. Oregonlan.
A 1 51 ALE STENOGRAPHER WANT:
work taking from one to three hour per
day: have own machine; compensation small.
C 60. Oregonlan.
YOUNG MAN. EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEP
er. bank clerk and business man. wants gjoj
position. H 52. Oregonlan.
POSITION BY FIRST-CLASS. ALL-ROUN.
machinist and toolmaker; 2u yean expet:
ence in general machine febop and outsi Te
work; mobiles and experimental work; g- oC
band to assist Inventor; either foreman
Journeyman. Address Box L 52. Oresoma.
SITUATION WANTED CHEF COOK. 1ST-
ciass; years experience; wishes poiti-n
in hotel; out of town preferred. 151 W N.
JAPANESE LABOR ASSOCIATION CAN
furnish domestic servants, farmers also; ai
kinds of help. Clay 513. 246 Everett st.
WORK OF SOME KIND EVENINGS BY
young man employed in office during ua-.
Phone Union 8318. SKH Haight av.
BOY. 16 WANTS WORK. ANY KIND
ia worn; wnoiesaie nowee prervrret
K 54. Oregonlan.
JAPANESE WANTS POSITION AS CivK
or any Kintt or jvo. in or out city. Add re.
V 81, Oregonlan.
JAPANESE SCHOOLBOY WANTS POSIT1 N
m any Place; wages $3 week. John. 27C
WANTED BY BAKER. EXPERIENCED OS'
bread, cakes; city or country. P. W-. 84C
BARBER FIRST-CLASS. WANTS POSI
tion. start Saturday or Monday. S 81. Oct
GOOD JAPANESE BOY WANTS SITU AT '"
general housework, help cook. 45 N. IM ?r
JAPANESE SCHOOLBOY WISHES T
work for family in city. P 61. Orejconlar
MAN AND WIFE-ON RANCH; WOMAN T
a-slen with housework. X 80. Oregoalnn.
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE.
Bookkeepers and Stenographers.
EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPHER DE
slres position In city or out ; Insurance
work preferred. Y 53. Oregonlan.
GERMAN GIRL WISHES A POSITIOK FOR
ma W or second work: tirM-clay seametr'.s
good references. C 621 Oregonlan.
GOOD COOK WISHES A POSITION F
cooking or general housework: wages $25
$.t) a month. D 62. Oregonlan.
WANTED POSITION COMPETENT CuoX
in nrst-clase American family; referrnc- s
F 82. Oresonian.
GOOD STRONG GIRL WANTS PLACE T
work in boarding-house or family- 23
SWEDISH GIRL WANTS TO DO OBNERU
houuework. 427 Belmont st.. bet 8th and 7'
JAPANESE YOUNG GIRL WANTS 1'"-:
tion general housework. 158 N. Hh t
SWEDISH GIRL WANTS PLACE TO V
general houeewotje. 517 21st at.
WOMAN WANTS HOUSEWORK TO DO BT
the day. Telephone Scott 5388.
COMPETENT YOUNG WOMAN WILL Wt'RU
by the day. Main 4808.
SITUATION WANTED AS HOUSEKEEPER
widower's family, by experienced Dan'--'":
woman; bet of referent- ; wages $2W. 25'-'.
Yamhill. Phone Main 5113.
SITUATION WANTED NEAT. CAPABLI
woman, girl S. housekeeper, widower's fax.
ily. 28t4 Yamhill. Phvne Main 5413.
A REFINED LADY DESIRES A POSITION
at housekeeper. S.. 4tl 12th .
FIRST - CLASS DRESSMAKER W1SHF
work in private famillr. Phone Front 171 i
SITUATIONS WANTED EXPERtENi KI
girl, chamberwork; good housework g i:
smalt plain family: German woman, km her
helper. 23 Yamhill. Phone Mam 5413
MIDDLE-AGED LADY WANTS PLAC3 A-"
lnfanti nurse or chamberwork. Call or aJ
dreea 65 E. 10th tit.
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN TO INTK )
duce and eell self-lighting gas lamp: a i
away with matches and gad lighters, e-.a
on sight. 60S Washington, cor. llHh.
SOLICITOR. CAPABLE TAKING CHAR'j
agencies for large bond & real estate cerpo.
tion. Index. 067 Kohl bldg.. San Francis-
AGENTS WANTED TO TAKE ORDERS F' B
portraits; good employment for right parti-s.
Call 2S2 2d.
ADVERTISING SOLICITORS. S3 TO 510
dally. Se Allen mornings, 107 Sherlock b.Ig.
LADY AGENT SOMETHING NEW. GOOD
i-llr. big wages. 215 Commercial blk.
WANTED TO RENT.
OWNERS AND AGENTS WILL FIND IT TO
C elr advantage to list their vacant hi-uaea
or dais with our free rental departmen.
Our vacant hous directory has becuuio a
recognized Institution In Portland, hur.
dredti of tenants being weekly placed i.n
suitable quarters. We make no charge
whatKver, and landlords should takt ai
vantage M thl service by calling at o,r
rental department, tilling in our Informa
tion blank; leave the rest to us; we w. t
secure a desirable tenant; we want Houses
In all parts of city and suburbs; If iud
have a vacant houae, flat or apartmesr,
phone the particulars. TVt won't allow It
to remain Ion- Idle.
H. E EDWARDS. HOUSEFURNISHER.
Rental Department. 1S5 to 191 1st -
WANTED - BY YOUNG GENTLEMAN,
room, breakfasts and suppers with r-ftn i
private family, in any good resident u'
trlct: permanent. Write particulars of rat- a
and family. E 62. Oregonlan.
WANTED TO RENT-SMALL RANCH. CAS.I
or shMres. 10 to 2t acres; suitable for tru k
farming, chickens or berries; prefer pla-e
that Is stocked ami near car line; ref-r-ences.
F 61. Oregonlan.
WANTED THREE OR FOUR HOUSEKEEP
lng rooms, must bo centrally located. Ad
dress, Etattng prlee. G 27. core Oregonlan.
FURNISHED COTTAGE. 5 TO 7 ROOM 5.
for 2 or 3 months; give telephone number.
G 60. Oregonlan.
WANTED TO RENT. A SMALL FURNISH
ed cottage at Seavlew or Long Beach. 203
FURNISHED HOUSES WANTED FOR Vis
itors. J. V. Crelghten & Co.. 185 H 3d at
WANTE D MIS CE LLAN E 0 US.
THE PORTLAND AUCTION ROOMS BUYS
all kinds of furniture, new or old. at 211
1st st. Phone Main 5655.
WM. MORRIS. FROM SAN FRANCISCO,
eeond-hand clothing dealer, only for a h. rt
time, will pay positively highest prl.es
for cast-off ladles' fancy and event-g
drefe; gentlemen's Tuxedo ami other suit,
bought, etc Send postal to Fairmont Ho
tel. 20 Ota. room IS.
WANTED SMALL ROAD TEAM FOR
mountain work; miw be sound, kind ar '.
cheap. Address R 61. Oregonlan. giving fu.;
description and price.
WANTED TENT Sr ACE NEAR FAIR
ground p. until October 15. with yard pro
tection and sewer privileges. G tej, Oreg.
nlan. WANTED MEN'S CAST-OFF CLOTHINO
and shoes; highest price paid. Call a: the
Fair Deal," 62 N. 3d. Phone Heed 517.
WANTED GOOD TWO-HORSB BITK
board, with brake, complete. Address X 61.
Oregonlan. with price and location.
WANTED LOAN OF $5500: SECURITY IS
Improved Income-bearing real estate worth
$17,000- A 61, Oregonian.
BULLDOG FULLY GROWN. PEDIGREE
not eewentlal: state color, age, prlee. et.
Y 50. Oregonlan.
WANTED 13 TEAMS TO HAUL TIES AND
timber: Address Proctor & Beers, Orient.
WANTED GENTLEMAN'S RAILROAD
tieket to Spokane. ,Wasn. T 61. Oregonlan.
LOCATION WANTED BY DOCTOR DO TOTJ
know of. ono2 Write Dr. Cora. Narka. TT.n.