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TITE MORyiXG OREGOXIAy. SATUKUAYV 3VOVE3IBER 10 1906,
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Per Front Foot
l For Manufacturing Sites
Can Not be Duplicated
As An Investment is Un
paralleled H. W. LEMCKE
SIXTH AND WASHINGTON STREETS
Entire Second Floor
This property has a river frontage
of 150 feet, and is 100 feet from har
bor line, at foot of Portland's best
street. Good income. Price $S5,000;
$35,000 cash. This is one of the very
best pieces of property in Portland.
Wm. B. Streeter
114 Third Street, Near Corner
$36 000 Thre"story "at Washington
Ofl rtnn Three-story brick, Washing-
$10 5C0 park st lot-
Vanduyn & Walton
303 Chamber Commerce.
To you realize what the signing of the
lease of the Pittock block means to Wash
lneton St. ?
It means that you will make money on
anything you buy anywhere on the street
at present prices.
We have two lots, and two only, for sale,
and we believe they're the only two left;
one for $27,500 and the other for $:iO,ox.
Come and talk to us about them, Some In
come to each.
WHITING & ROUNTREEX
419 Ablnston bide.
V7 FAILING BL.DG.. PHONE MAIN 1258.
6TOCKS, BONDS. REAL, ESTATE AND
SEE US FOR INVESTMENTS.
Molladay Park Lots
Cheapest on market, 100x123 factn? aouth on
Clackamas St., 20-ft. alley In rear of lota.
Only $5o0 cash required. Balance $20 a
HARTMAN & THOMPSON.
3 Chamber of Commerce.
If you have any real estate to sell at a
ttargaln. bring It to me and it it sultd I will
WM. B. STREETER.
114 Third St., near cor. Washington.
We have the finest 4 block on the East
Side. 100 ft. on railway track, In best ware
house district at the very low price of
$-5,000.00; 4 cash, balance 6 per cent.
223-30 Lumber Exchange. Main 156.
Jersey Street, St. Johns
FIRST-CLASS BUSINESS IOT
110177 feet. This lot la next to a brick
building. The price Is $4000 $1000 down,
balance on or before three years, at 9 per
FRANK C. BAKER,
Hamilton Building. Main 605
St. Johns, V3 Cash
Fine business lot on Jersey St., fifty feet
outh of postofflce. Bargain at one-third
cash. Owner. 240 Fifth at- Portland.
R. M. WILBUR
Has returned from the East and will be
glad to see hi friends and Real Estate cus-
tomera at hi office, 110 2nd st.
ORIENTAL CARVED IVORY, 149 6TH
at.. .Mexican Drawn work Co.
Oil & Coal Co.
403 OREGONIAN BUILDING
Louia G. Clarke President
President and Manager Woodard, Clarke
Co., Chemists and Druggists.
H. L. Pittock... First Vice-President
i Publisher Daily Oregonian.
Fred S. Stanley. .Second Vice Pres't.
Des Chutes Irrigation and Power Co.
D. W. Wakefield. .Third Vice-Pres't.
Wakefield, Fries & Co.
George H. Hill.. Secretary and Treas.
Vice-President Title Guarantee and Trust
E. J. Eathbone, Field Superintendent,
Formerly Superintendent of Water Line of
th. O. R. & N. Co.
The management of the Anglo-
American Oil & Coal Company does
not need any introduction to the pub
lic. The standing of the above-
named business men in the commu
nity is sufficient guarantee of the
merits and solidity or tne enterprise
e have been watetung develop
ments in Alaska for several years,
and have had a representative con
tinually on the ground, and as a re
sult we now own
OVER 11,300 ACRES
of the choicest oil land locations in
the fabulously rich oil and coal re
gion known as the Kayak District,
embracing lands on Bering River,
Bering Lake, Katalla Bay and Con
troller Bay, Alaska.
Some of our holdings are at tide
water; other holdings will be reached
by the railroad now building, Ju miles
of which will be in operation beiore
snow flies in 1907. This road passes
over a portion of our lands on the
west shore or Bering Lake.
Several thousand acres of our land
adjoins the lands of the millionaire
Cudahy people, and other of our lands
adjoin those of the English syndicate
owners of the famous big gusher,
which threw an 8-inch stream or oil
110 feet in the air for three days be
fore it could be capped whereby
stock in the company jumped from 16
cents to $10 a share over night thus
showing .an instant profit of sixty-
two and a half for one.
MHIONS IN COAL.
We are in the very midst of the
richest coal fields on earth coal fields
that will in a few years produce mil
lions of dollars' worth of the best
grade of anthracite and semi-bituminous
coking coal. Read the follow
ing brief extract from the report of
Professor George C. Martin, who,
with a large torce of men, spent sev
eral years in this wonderfully rich oil
and coal region as geological expert
for the United States Government:
"The Bering River coal field cov
ers an area of about 70 square miles,
including 25 miles of anthracite and
45 miles of semi-anthracite (or semi
bituminous) coking coal. The seams
are" numerous and very large ; several
exceed 20 feet in thickness. The av
erage quality of the Bering River coal
is excellent, several of the seams be
ing remarkably low in both ash and
sulphur. Bering River coal is not
now available for sale in any market,
but there are prospects that trans
portation will soon be provided to
tidewater on Controller Bay, Katalla
Bay and Prince William Sound. It
ought to be put into the San Fran
cisco and other Pacific Coast mar
kets at a cost far below that of East
ern coal, in which case it should have
no difficulty in entirely supplanting
the latter. . . . These coals are
the equivalent of the Pocahontas,
New River and Georges Creek coals
of the East, and are eminently adapt
ed for use on warships and other
purposes for which a high-grade,
pure, smokeless steaming coal is re
quired, and for these purposes will
command a considerably higher price
than any coal now being mined on the
Pacific Coast." (Report of Prof. G.
C. Martin, Bulletin No. 2S4, pages 20
26, U. S. Geological Survey.)
For the purpose of providing funds
for the early development of our large
and valuable holdings, the Anglo
American Oil & Coal Co. will sell a
limited number of shares of its treas
ury stock at bedrock figures. Stock
is fully paid and non-assessable. Each
and every share stands upon an equal
basis and will all participate alike in
the profits. That these will be very
large is certain. A small investment
now may mean a fortune for you.
Call or write for full information.
Investigate thoroughly. Act quickly.
Office open evenings, 7:30 to 9
403 Oregonian Building, Portland,
Is attracting more attention than any city
on the Pacific Coast and Is undergoing a
MIGHTY TRANSFORMATION and In tha
next ten year, will likely make mora
PROGRESS than It has In lta entire past.
The EAST SIDK has the moat HOMES.
ha.1 the GREATEST population. Is crowing
the met RAPIDLY, and the GREATER
PORTLAND MUST and WIL1, be there.
I the geographical center of the city, and
la the most DESIRABLE residence district,
and much of thli will become BUSINESS
property. Do not overlook these FACTS
when making Investment a, and call and 1a
apect the property, for seeing 1 believing.
The Oregon Real Estate Company
88 H Third St.. Room 4. Portland. Oregon.
West Park Street
70x100; high and sightly. Desirable loca
tion for large residence or apartment house.
Hartman & Thompson
S Chamber of Commerce,
12th and Everett
Main 550 6th and Washington
of the Merchant. Business Man and
Capitalist, attention. Is respectfully
called to the CHECKING ACCOUNT
SYSTEM of the
"OLDiEST TRCST COMPANY IX
which is paying 2 per cent Interest
per annum, on DAILY BALANCES of
check accounts, on aums of $500 or
over (even hundreds).
A check account with us Immedi
ately gives vou a CONVENIENT
SYSTEM as well as Increased PROFITS.
INtOni'ORATKH APRIL, 42, 1887.
Call or Write for Free Booklet of
Pcrtland Trust Company of Oregon
S. E. Corner'Thlrd and Oak Sts.
Phone Exchanse 71!.
BEN J. I. COHEN President
H. L.. P1TTOCK Vice-President
B. LEE PAGBT Secretary
J. O. GOLTRA Assistant Secretary
4 Per Cent Interest Paid on Time
We Euy and Sell Mortgages.
We will pay you interest on your
deposit, subject to your withdrawal
at any time for investment through
our investment department. Scores of
investors are makinjr quick profits
through our investment department
buying and selling. real estate.
Open from 9 A. M. to 6 P. M. ; Sat
urday, 9 A. M. to 3 P. M.
Room 3, Chamber of Commerce
Thatwill INetyou 100
21 1-3 acres 1 mile east of Irvington; fine
soil; a Rood platting proposition. This will
make 128 lots 50x100, with streets, that will
sell for $125 per lot. The price per acre is
$350. Figure this out and you will see loo
per cent clear profit.
107s Sixth St, Room 4
FOB SALE RLAL ESTATB
5000 SY ACRES JUST NORTH OF MONTA
vllla car. near West ave., all in cultivation;
house, barn and city water; best buy on
market. Grindstaft & Schalk, 264 Stark et.
$950 BY OWNER. GOOD 6-ROOM HOUSE,
full lot ; $200 down, balance on time, or
monthly payments; rents for $10 per
month. Inquire 1564 E- 13th st., Sellwood.
$ 200 N E W HOUSE, 6 ROOMS AND
bath, full basement, 30x100 lot, one block
from car; $500 crash, balance to suit.
Sphinx Agency. 305V, Stark st.
375 EACH 2 BEST LOTS IN PIEDMONT,
facing east: 2 feet above graded street; near
Williams ave. station: $150 down, balance
easy terms. G 21, Oregonian.
UNIVERSITY PARK NEW MODERN 7
room house; price and terms will pleaee you.
Phone owner, Woodlawn 524.
HOLLADAY'S ADD.. H BLOCK: 2 MOD
ern dwelling's; cement basemen t, fruit,
lawn, flowers, cement sidewalks; cheap for
cash. 375 E. 3d st. N.
DESIRABLE RESIDENCE LOTS, WELL
located on car line, for exchange by owner
for city residence from $6000 to $12,000.
Q 19. Oregonian.
$6200 NICE. MODERN A-ROOM HOME ON
East Burnslde st., near 22d; ask us about
this-. Grlndetaff & Schalk, 264 Stark et.
Phone Main 392.
LOTS $10.00 DOWN. $10.00 PER MONTH;
price $350; 2 block south of Hawthorne ave..
on 44th et; owner on grounds; graded streets
and water in.
HOUSES ALL PARTS OF CITY. BUILT AND
sold on Installments. Kroner. 16-17 Cam
- bridge bldg., southwest cor. 3d and Morrison.
$7500 WATER FRONT ON RAILROAD,
two blocks, about three acres. Apply own
er. H. P. Palmer, 222 Failing bldg., M 6661.
$500.00 DOWN, BALANCE $25.00 MONTH,
buys new modern 6-room house, Holladay
Park. Now rented $25. Phone owner, E 1507.
MODERN 7-ROOM HOUSE. HOLLADAY
Park. latest design, best Interior finish;
everything complete. East 2423.
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN NEW 5
room house, lot 50x100; fenced, everything
first-class. Call Scott 5075.
$3850 SNAP 9-ROOM HOUSE; PLENTY
fruit; beat; East Side, 1 blk. car, E. Ash.
M. C. Davis, 253 Alder.
5-ROOM MODERN HOUSE, PRICE $1700;
terms reasonable; good location; near car
line. M 17, Oregonian.
$2650 FINE 7-ROOM HOUSE, E. 26TH.
near school ; lot 70xS0. Fine buy. M. C.
Davis. 253 Alder.
FOR SALE OWNER. 1 LOT AND 2 FOUR
room houses. Inquire 628 Williams ave.. Up
FIVE-ROOM COTTAGE, NEW. LOT 75x100.
Call 68 Gilliam ave., Mt. Tabor. Phone
East 55 S9.
BY OWNER. LARGE 6-ROOM HOUSE
built for horn. 666 E. Ash. Phone
BUY AT ONCE, $1300, COR. LOT. HOUSE,
Highland; term. Phone Woodlawn 202,
FOB SALE REAL ESTATB
$1500 6-room house, two lots.
$20) 5-room cottage, three lota.
$llu0 6-room house.
$500 3-room house.
$1000 3-room house, three lots.
$lttOO 6-room house, lovely grounds.
$1500 5-room cottage.
$-,nO lOOxlOO, corner, 2 blocks from car.
$350 100x100, two pretty located lots.
$15050x100, one lot, sidewalk.
SELLWOOD TOWNSITQ CO.,
H. P. PALMER, Manager.
Take Sellwood car, get off at Tenlno st.
Phone Sellwood 161.
222 Failing Building. Main 5661.
COUNCIL CREST FOUR OF THE CHOIC
est lots' on Council Crest Drive for sale.
Apply owner. H. P. Palmer,- 222 Failing
bldg. M 5661.
$7250 CHOICE QUARTER BLOCK S. E.
cor. E. 7th and Belmont. Makes a good
factory site. H. P. Palmer, 222 Failing
bldg. Main 5661.
FREE A NEW FIVE-ROOM COTTAGE.
One acre of choice land, cleared, partly
set to fruit; fine soil: neat 5-room new cot
tage; 3 blocks car line; 20 minutes' ride;
land alone worth the money; cottage thrown
in for good measure; only $1350; better in
vestigate. J. FRANK PORTER.
222 Washington, Upstairs. .
$5700 FULL LOT AND EXCELLENT BUILT
8-room home, with oak floors downstairs,
fireplace in reception hall, four large sleep
ing rooms. combination brass fixtures,
shades, screens, cement basement, furnace.
Holladay' s Addition ; move right In; Just
what you are looking for. Grindstaff &
Schalk, 264 Stark st. Phone Main 392.
$5500 BEST BUY IN THE CITY; U ROOMS,
furnace, cement basement, stationary tuba.
fireplace, mantle, two conservatories, house
newly decorated; walking distance Washing
ton st.; house alone cost asking price; only
AtH requirea, oai. o per cent.
CITY REALTY & BUILDING CO..
612 Commercial Bldg.. Main 1940.
NEW, WELL-BUILT SIX-ROOM HOUSE ON
Eighth street, Lincoln Park Annex. $210o.
Corner on 12th and Shaver; street im
provementa naid. $350.
Lota in North Irvington, $25 caeh, $10 a
W. H. NUNN, 552 Sherlock Block.
If you want to sell your real estate or
rent your r.ouse. cottage, store, etc., quicK.
we nave customers waiting to buy real es
tate if prices are right.
S C A NDTN A V I A N A M E RIC AN CO. .
107V- 6th Street. Room 4.
WEST SID?: SPECIAL.
$10,500 buys a full corner on 7th at., only
partly occupied by building earning $143 per
month. Owner must have $oU00 by Nov.
imn. Hurry on trusT
HAGEMANN & BLANCHARD, 91 5th St.
HOP LAND FOR SALE 100 ACRES OF
choice hop land near Eugene. Oregon, must
ne tja unaer forced sale within the next
30 days: will sell all or any part of the
tract at a sacrifice. For particulars address
farmer," sue, L.ugene. Oregon.
160 acres of land 1U miles from Coos Bay
and about 4 miles from Marahrield; ell chvap
HENKLE & HARRISON.
217 Abington bldg.
FIVE ACRES OF FINE LAND. ALL IN
cultivation, best of coil, well improved ; a
modern i-room new residence, with all mod
ern conveniences, 2 blocks O. W. P. car line;
a snap at wnw. J. Frank Porter, 222 Wash
FOR SALE ONE 9-ROOM HOUSE, LOT 50
xi oo, with fruit trees and flowers; $2000,
part cash, balance on time : also new 4
rojm cottage, eood basement, lot 50x100.
Inquire S. W. corner Grand avenue and
Beach st. -
10TH STREET CORNER.
Near Park blocks; nets 9 per cent on
price asked; $r000 to $6000 necessary to
swing deal. Agents need not apply; 5(x
iw, gnt-eagea proposition. ju .j, ore
K -BLOCK. S. E. CORNER UNION AVE.
and Halsey st.. $4450; or east 40 feet of
ooth lots. $ lo.tO; west 60 feet of corner
Int. SliOO; west 6- feet of lot, 2 for $1450.
Culver, 623 Chamber of Commerce.
MODERN 10-ROOM HOUSE A BEAUTI
ful home; lot 70x100; overlooks river; de
sirable neighborhood, one block from 3d
st. car; one-third cash, balance 6 per cent.
rnone owner, aiain ojw.
WE WILL SELL YOUR BUSINESS OR
residence property. Sphinx Agency, 305
BEAUTIFUL S-KOOM MODERN HOUSE.
$4ouo; $500, $25 monthly. Owner, phone
Jbast Dij. .
Houses built Easy payments; lots if desired.
Miner, oi commercial oik.. M. iJ40.
FOR SALE OR TRADE FOR SMALL FARM
or chicken ranch, lot 50x100. 2 hout-.es. one
8-room, one 5-room ; also beautiful 6-room
bungalow, large pantry and bathroom, fine
porcelain bath tub. stationary washbowl, lot
75x100. only one lot from car line. Jot all set
to fruit ana roses; what have you? E. F,
on uniey et., Montavma, ur.
WHAT HAVE YOU TO EXCHANGE FOR
Improved Portland real estate from $1000 up?
I prefer &an Dlrgo or Los Angeles real es
tate, w . Ji. Mcfneraon, tan uiego. cai.
HAVE YOU A FARM OR PARTIALLY IM
p roved place to trade for a good paying
business in Portland? Will invoice about
$6500. Sphinx Agency, 305Vj Stark st.
FOR EXCHANGE WILL EXCHANGE 640
acres fruit land near Hood River for im
proved property in Portland. Lamont &
Harris, 107 Sixth st.
WHAT HAVE YOU TO EXCHANGE FOR 6
room modern cottage and 2 lots in Ashland,
Or.? 375 4th st. Tel. Main 2180.
5-ROOM MODERN HOUSE FOR CITY LOT
or lota or acreage. E 22, Oregonian.
WANTED REAL ESTATE.
HAVE CUSTOMERS FOR GOOD CITY
property of all kinds. If you want action
list your property with Sphinx Agency,
305 Stark st.
WANTED GOOD RESIDENCE LOT OR
6 or 7-room house and lot; East Side;
Holladay Park, district preferred. Give
full description,' terms, etc. K 21, Ore
gonian. SMALL HOUSE. 1 ACRE, NEAR PORT
land, high or hills: mwt be cheap; terms,
short time; state price and location. A 20,
WANTED HOUSE AND LOT.
mercial bldg Main 1940.
TOR SALE TIMBER LANDS.
Bring us your timber lands. We know
where to get you a buyer. Our methods of
handling timber are proving very satisfac
tory to timber men throughout the North
west. NORTHWESTERN GUARANTEE & TRUST
Lumber Exchange Building,
S. E. Corner 2d and Stark Sts.
160 acres, all lies on gentle slope, nearly
all covered with heavy body of timber; fronts
on good road. 2 miles from Tillamook City,
1 miles to Netarts bay.
HENKLE & HARRISON,
217 Abington bldg.
WE WILL PAY CASH FOR CLAIMS IN
townships 12 and 13 south, 10 ast; also
townships 17 and IS south, 10 and 11
east. Crook County; single claims or
large tracts. Montelth & Murdoch, 401-2
Lumber Exchange bldg.
50.000 CAPACITY SAWMILL, 30.00O.000
feet of timber, on railroad; no better plant
of this size and price in the State of
Oregon; liberal terms. M. G. Mease, 204
Lumber Exchange bldg., phone Main 734.
360 ACRES ON LOGGING STREAM
emptying Into Columbia river; will run
about eight million feet to claim. This
Is cheap and should sell at the price.
Sphinx Agency, 305 Vi Stark st.
35.000.000 YELLOW FIR AND CEDAR, ON
railroad and river; cuts 75 per cent first
class logs, near - Puget Sound; price
$55,000. L F. Callison. Chehalis. Wash.
SANTA FE SCRIPT. 2600 ACRES, ALL OR
part, $10; pine lumber. 26 Concord bldg.
OR 6 ALB TIMBER LANDS.
STUM PAGE 16,000.000 FEET GOOD TIM
bsr. logging stream; look this up, it's
cheap, bphinx Agency, 303 Vi Stark st.
16 ACRES F1NEJ TIMBER - LAND. Ex
change for acreage on peninsula. Phone Main
FOR SAUK FARMS.
40 ACRES, UNIMPROVED, 44 MILES
from the river, out Washington. St., only
In fruit lands we have the following
6 acres with good 6-room house, all
kinds of fruit, and only mile Xrom sta
40 acres, IV miles from station; 10
acre orchard and 15 acres ready to set to
orcnard; 4-room house; $2500.
40 acres, 2 4 miles from station; 10-acre
orchard, house and barn; $3500.
40 acres, 2 miles from station ; good
house and barn ; 7-acre orchard and 12
acres ready to set to fruit; $4000.
We have other tracts larger that are
very desirable and all In the best apple
district in Oregon.
SPHINX AGENCY. 305 H Stark st
$300022 ACRES NEAR PORTLAND. 6-
room house, barn, running stream; nne place
for chickens; snap.
$2800 24 acres all under cultivation,
within city limit; good house, barn, lots of
fruit, garden, etc; easy terms.
10 acres Rlverdale; cheapest property In
that section : 7 acres cleared ; good spring ;
owner leaving city, must sell.
16 U -acre prune orchard, good ' condition,
12 years old: 6-room house; $100 per acre;
12 miles from Portland.
CITY REALTY & BLDG. CO..
612 Commercial Bldg., Main 1940.
465 ACRES SITUATED 3 MILES FROM
the best town of 2500 Inhabitants In the
Willamette Valley and 43 miles from
Portland; 200 acres good plow land, bal
ance fine pasture, 400 t;ords of oak wood;
fair house and good barn; good orchard;
50 acres bottom land; balance rolling
hills, suitable for walnuts, apples, prunes
or grain; 6 fine springs. Price $13.50 per
acre, if sold soon. Address box 25, Mc
WINTER APPLE LAND FOR SALE SO
acres. 3 miles . from Cazadero; sc.iool,
postofflce and sawmill alongside; 10 acres
In orchard, good new fence, 2 houses, new
barn, good well, force pump, about 30
acres clear, 3 or 4 hives of Italian bees,
fine cattle country. Land best suited for
' winter apples. Price $1500 $1000 down,
balance on security. Frank Busch, Ore
140 acres all fenced, 90 acres cultivated ;
good house, fine barn, nice spring of water,
orchard, 50 cows, 10 young cattle. 4 horfes,
all tools and implements. 150 tons hay ;
fronts on fine level road to city; easy drive,
convenient to electric carline; might take
HENKLE & HARRISON,
217 A bin cton bids.
FINE DAIRY FARM.
S00 acres high and low land, well equipped,
on Columbia slough; rail and river transpor
tation. HENKLE & HARRISON,
217 Abincton bids.
4S0 ACRES IMPROVED FARM LAND IN
Willamette Valley; $28 to $40 per acre.
No agents. Call or write owner. T. Jack
son, loo 5th st.
IK YOU WANT A GOOD DAIRY RANCH
at a reanonable price see Eldredge t Mer
riileltl. I104th st., Vancouver. Wash.
Buy now. Improved dairy farm, splendid
spring water; owner saye sell. Woodlawn 202.
Horses. Vehicles and Harnesw.
$140 BUYS GOOD TEAM OF SOUND
horses, well matched, work any place, with
set of farm harness: $75 buys good farm
- mare, weight 124u. sound, works single and
double. 54 N. loth, corner Davis.
VEHICLES OF ALL KINDS, NEW AND
second-hand; largfr-t stock, lowest prices;
horses and rigs rented by day or month.
Tomlinson & Cassiday. 211 Wash. Pac. 507.
WANTED TO BUY A LIGHT ONE
horse gooseneck wagon. Graves' Music
Store, 32S Washington st.
FOR SALE BAY MARE, 8 YEARS,
weight HCiO; fine single or double driver.
FOR SALE FINE BIG TEAM AT A BAR
pain. 175 E. 23d, near Belmont. Phone
We buy. sell, rent, exchange, horses, wagons,
saddles, harness. Hubert & Hall. 266 4th.
FOR SALE FULL PLATFORM SPRING
wagon, top and harness, $65. 354 Oak st.
FINE HORSE AND SADDLE FOR SALE.
Apply at 752 Vancouver ave.
CARLOAD NEW COLONIAL WALL RA
diators, any quantity.
500.000 feet galvanized and black pipe,
all sizes, up to 8-inch in any quantity.
10,000 feet 6-lnch steel riveted mining
Carload trace chains.
Six large dynamos, all makes, as good
Carload sheetlron. black and galvanized.
All kinds second-hand machinery.
J. SIMON & BRO.
241-246 Front st.
RURAL DELIVERY MAIL BOXES THE
OREGONIAN MAKES A SPECIALTY OK
RURAL DELIVERY MAIL BOXES.
RANGING IN PRICE FROM $1.50 TO
$3.50. IN CONNECTION WITH VARI
OUS EDITIONS OF THE OREGONIAN
THE PRICES ARE GREATLY RE
DUCED. WRITE FOR INFORMATION.
THE OREGONIAN, PORTLAND. OK.
IF YOU WANT THE BEST STOVE OH
range in Portlano at the right price come
to the $ ; we guarantee our stoves and
ranges; also all kinds of furniture. Square
dealing our motto. 232 First st. Main
$$$$$ $$ $$
FOR SALE ELECTRIC LIGHT DYNAMOS,
slightly used. In fine condition; very suitable
for sawmills or city plants; ' 1mi to 2400
light; all machines complete and guaranteed.
Edwin G. Amine, 616 Commercial bldg.
FOR SALE NEW AND SECOND-HAND
billiard and pool tables; easy payments; we
rent table, with privilege of buying; mod
ern bar fixtures; cheap prices. Brunswick-Ealke-Collender,
49 3d st.
SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITERS AS
good as newNo. 1, at $30: No. 2. at $r0;
No. 4, at $.".". Typewriter Repair and
, Supply Co., 490 Wash. st. Phone Main
$ $ $ $
35C MATTING AT
SATURDAY S SFA:CIA
184c per yard f 20 or 40 rolls. "The Dol
lar." 232 1st. $ $ $ $ $
HAM.MBRLESS 12-BORE SHOTGUN: KRUPP
steel barrels, diamond sight; cost $350; will
sell for $100. Collateral Loan Bank. 269
FOR SALE MAKE ME AN OFFER ON A
lot of old newspaper in good condition.
Fred Isensee. Hoquiam, Wash. .
FOR SALE CHEAP PATENT' BABY
buggy, new and complete. 69 E. ISth, or
call phone East 541.
N K V $225 H A L L WOO D . CASH REGISTER
for sale cheap. Inquire at cottage. 103 N. 6th.
APPLES FINE COUNTRY APPLES,
to $1 per box. Main 4222.
WOOD SPLENDID CORDWOOD,
Order early. Main 4222.
HELP WANTED MALE.
MOVING PICTURE MACHINES, GAS OUT
fl;s. films, etc.. bought, sold, rented and ex
changed. Newman's. 1454 6th.
ROOFERS WANTED, TINNERS WANTED,
sheet metal workers wanted. Apply Wyn
koop. the Roofer. 248 Ash st.
WANTED PERFORMER FOR MEDICINE
show on road. Wages low, but sure. 10S4
4th St., room 2.
LOGGERS WANTED AT ONCE GOOD
wages, by Eastern & Western Lumber Co.,
WANTED A BRIGHT OFFICE BOY.
Zimmerman, Wells & Brown Co., 43 4
WANTED BOY ; MUST HAVE WHEEL.
Nau's Pharmacy, 6th and Morrison.
WANTED BARBER. AT ONCE, AT HOTEL
Oregon shop. Ashland. Oregon.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS COATMAKERS.
NIcoll, The Tailor, 108 3d st.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS COATMAKER
at once. 366 Russell St.
WANTED BOY WITH WHEFJL TO WORK
after school. 309 Stark st.
KNIGHT SHOE CO. WANT BOY WITH
wheel to work all day.
Phone East 6033.
LRRAND BOY WANTED AT 23 PINE ST.
HELP WANTED MALE.
WANTED AT ONCE STAVE-BOLT CUT-
ters; wages $1.40 per cord. tealy worK.
Apply Western Cooperage Co., Stearns bldg.,
Portland, or HouUont Or.
ALL DISEASES OF MEN SUCCESSFULLY
treated; discharges positively cured in from
S to 5 days; consultation free and strictly
confidential; end for our symptom blank.
X-Radlum Medical Institute,. 3d and Alder
sts.; entrance 253 Alder st., Portland.
WANTED BOOM MAN. CITY, $3: RAFT
man. $3; shingle sawyer, packer, union
wages; choreman, $30; flunkey. $30; 3
rough carpenters, $3.50 to $4; others.
LUMBERMEN'S LABOR BUREAU.
12 North Second st. 205 4 Morrison st.
WANTED SALESMEN; MANY MAKE $100
to $150 per month, some even more; stock
clean; grown on reservation, far from old
orchards; cash advanced weekly; choice of
territory. Address Washington Nursery
Co.. Toppenlsh. Wash.
MEN AND WOMEN TO LEARN BARBER
trade in eight weeks; graduates earn
from $15 to $25 weekly; expert instruct
ors; catalogue free. Moler System, of Col
leges. a5 N. 4th st., Portland.
THE MEIER & FRANK STORE REQUIRE3
a number of boys for office work, stock
clerks, messengers and door attendants: per
manent positions and rapid advancement for
bright boys. Apply to the superintendent
before 10 A. M.
WANTED 500 TUNNEL MEN ON WEST
ern Pacific R. R., at Beck with, Cal. Fore
men. $4.50: machine men. $4: machine
helpers. $3.50; muckers, $3.00; -board $5 per
week; two years job.
WHOLESALE HOUSE DESIRES SERVICES
of a first-class ledgerman; one quick and
accurate at figures; give past experience in
detail, age. references and ealary expectea.
O 23, Oreeonlan.
PACIFIC STATIONERY PRINTING CO..
205-207 2d st. Phone Main 921. We design
and Install the most modern and approved
office systems. Complete line loos leaf
Mrn and women to learn watchmaking, engrav-
ing, jeweler work, optics, easy terms; posl
. tlone guaranteed: money made learning.
Watchmkg-Er.grav. Sch'I, 1426 4th av. Seattle
WANTED A MAN WHO CAN DO METAL
worker and reasonable good plumber; steady
AGENTS TO INTRODUCE THE GREATEST
horticultural wonder Burbank's new stone-
less plum; miracle; big pay; permanent
position. Chlco Nursery Co., saiem, or.
WANTED BANJO. MANDOLIN OR GUI
tar player that can ing. for medicine shew
on road. Wages low but sure. I0S4 -th
st,. room 2. tiring instrument.
WANTED A CAMPBELL MACHINE MAN
who can also work on the bench as bar
nessmaker. Steady position,; at C
Uoddir, Stockton. California.
S A L E S M E N CLOTHING, SHOE AND
gents' furnl&hingri salesmen wanted at the
Struy Freight Sale. 3d. cor. Couch St. Ask
for John L. Kutner. manager.
YOUNG MEN WANTED TO PREPARE FOR
examinations for Government positions
fiS.oOu appointments made last year. Mr.
Heynen. 315 Columbia bldg.
MUSICIANS WANTED FOR THE ROAD
Band and orchestra work for balance of
season; answer quick best terms to Harry
Allen, G. D.. Portland.
WANTED TWO OR THREE FIRST-CLASS
all-around machine men; permanent posi
tion, good wages. Oregon Furniture Mfg.
Co.. Macadam Road
WANTED EXPERIENCED FLOOR SALES
man for wholesale stationery house. Must
have knowledge of sampling. Address V 22.
FIRST-CLASS MAN TO TAKE INTEREST
in grocery and meat market and manage
market; a paying proposition. K 19, Ore
gonian. DANCING LESSONS. 25c, private and classes:
taught daily. Prof. Wal. Wileon, offices and
academy. Altsky bldg., 3d and Morrison sts.
HER 03 A CHANCE TO GET WORK IN A
cash business as partner; will pay you $4
a day; $2u0 required. Call 2484 Stark st.
WANTED BOY 16 YEARS OLD OR MORE
to carry paper route. Apply City Circu
lator's desk, business office, Oregonian.
WANTED TEN MORE SOLICITORS. BEST
petition In Portland : men are making $5
daily. Call after noon, 2914 Stark et.
WANTED MAN THAT UNDERSTANDS
tinninK and plumbing. Address Lverett,
Kyle &. Epperly. Lebanon, Oregon.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS CLOAK ANU
suit man; state salary expected. Address
F 25. Oregonian.
$25 PER WEEK GUARANTEED GOOD MEN
to sell best accident policy on market. 705
EXPERIENCED BOOK MAN EXCLUSIVE
territory on Irish literature. Catholic Senti
nel, 25o Oak st.
WANTED MAN WITH $.175 TAKE 1 IX
terest in business now paying $100 month.
WANTED MAN AND WIFE TO WORK ON
small ranch near city. Family of two. 332
BOY TO WORK IN JEWELRY STORE
One with experience preferred. E 25,
BOYS ABOUT 17 YEARS. WHO WANT TO
learn the business. Apply to Olds, Wortman
WANTED OYSTER OPENERS AND DELI V
ery boys. Routledge Oyster Co., 2" Grand
BOY 16 OR OVER TO WORK IN CONFEC
tlonery and bakery store. Inquire at 145
WANTED MEN'S OLD CLOTHING. Shoes,
highest prices paid. 52 3d. Tel. Pacific 46.
WE SECURE EMPLOYMENT FOR MEM
bers. Special membership. $2. Y. M. C. A.
TEACHERS, RURAL SCHOOLS. $55. FISK
Teachers' Agency, 1200 Williams. East 344.
500 men wanted Free shaves and haircuts.
248 Couch st. Moler Barber College.
BOYS WITH WHEEL WANTED AT ONCE.
Apply to Olds, Wortman & King.
HELP WANTED MALE OR FEMALE.
WAITRESSES. CONDON. ARLINGTON, $25
chambermaid. domestics also): wait
resses, city; family help. $35; others; Jap
anese porter. dishwasher, farmhand.
Drake's. 265 Washington.
WANTED LADY OR GENTLEMAN OF
fair education, with good references, to
represent a large business firm. Good
ealary for rljrht party. Address B 12.
The Great Western Employment Office, 3004
Couch st. Phone Main 3518. We make a
specialty of. furnishing all kinds of labor.
S. St. Clair, general manager.
AMATEUR ACTORS AND MUSICIANS
wanted. Call at Theatrical Information Bu
reau. 1454 tn- room 2.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
WANTED A COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN
eral housework; good wages; at 414 7th St.,
corner Hall st.
WANTED EXPERIENCED WAITRESS.
Apply at the Nortonia, 14th and Wash
ington. WOMAN TO ASSIST SEWING; NO CUTTING
or fitting; 75c per day. Call 312 Cherry st.
WANTED GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK; 4
in family; $25 per month. Phone Main
WANTED GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. 725 Weidler st. . Phone East
TEACHERS, grade and rural, $55. Flsk
Teachers Agency, 1200 Williams. East 344.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK,
small family; good wages. 586 Tillamook st.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS LAUNDRESS TO
work by the day. Apply 68 Lucretia st.
GIRL WANTED THREE IN FAMILY. 527
Lovejoy. Telephone Main 5742.
WOMAN TO COOK ON SUNDAY, GAS
range. Apply 452 Washington.
WANTED A SECOND GIRL. CALL FORE
noon, 381 12th st.
SERVANT GIRL, GOOD WAGES. 435
14t& bt. South.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
Applicants for all kinds of work, register
with us, free of charge, so we may locat
you on short notice.
HANSEN'S LADIES' AGENCY,
S43 4 Washington st., cor. 7th, upstaiys.
COOKS. $45: WAITRESSES AND tHAJJ-
bermaide, Elgin, 5L'o. room anu
paid; waitresses. $7 and $6. city; dishwash
ers and other positions; housework, S-u to
$35. Home Ladies' Agency. l544th St.,
cor. Morrleon, upstairs. Main 5b-6.
LADIES TO ASSIST MAKING CLbttlU.N
tops for holiday trade; worx wm com.nu.
after Xmas; easy, rapid: no experience.
Call 9to 5, 326 Fliedner bldg., 407 Wasa
WANTED COMPETENT GIRL TO WORK
In dressmaking shop. Also competent
girl for general housework for small fam
ily. Mrs. J. S. Jensen, 405 East 2d St..
The Dalles. Oregon.
GIRLS WANTED OPERATORS TO WORK
on shirts and overalls; lessons yi cu
Inexperienced. Apply at Standard Factory,
2 Grand ave., and E. Taylor st.
BENT'S NO. 1 KILLS LICE ON CHIL-
dren; 33c at Kobb. Plumraer, cottei, Al
len. Preston Love. Janke, Balls, Nau,
Knight & Ray drugstores.
WANTED A GIRL TO DO SECOND WORK;
must understand the business; reierences
required ; good wages. Apply at S35 Love
Joy st., cor. of 25th st.
WANTED A STEADY GIRL TO HELP IN
family. Good wages. bcandmavian pre
ferred. Call 624 Gantenbein. Russell and
WANTED HOUSEKEEPERS. COOKS, SEC-
ond girls, nurses, w ai tresses. St. .ouis
Ladies' Agency. 230 4 Yamhill. Main 6413.
WANTED A SCHOOL GIRL TO ASSIST
with light housework In exchange for
room and board. Apply 248 N. 20th st.
SALESLADIES TO SELL GENTS FURNISH
ings at the Stray Freight Pale, 3d. cor.
Couch st. Ask for John L. Kutner. manager.
WANTED MIDDLE-AGED LADY FOR
housekeeper in family of two. Treated as
one of the family. Phone Pacific 2510.
WANTED OPERATORS AND GIRLS TO
learn shirtmaklng. Apply Standard Fac
tory, 2 Grand ave. and E. Taylor t.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY NEAT WOMAN
as housekeeper for widower with 2 chil
dren. 2304 Yamhill. Main 5413.
COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work and cooking; small family; good
. wages; references. 295 W. Park st.
WANTED YOUNG GIRL TO SSI ST WITH
light housework; sleep horn? nights; good
wanes. 787 Glisan. near 24th.
HANSEN'S LADIES' AGENCY.
343 4 Washington st.. cor. 7th, upstairs.
Phone Main 2692.
HOME LADIES' AGENCY.
165 4 Fourth St.. corner Morrison, upstairs.
Phone Main 5826.
WANTED CAPABLE MIDDLE-AGED WO
man for permanent-position. Good wages.
Address box K. Moro. Or.
WANTED EXPERIENCED PANTS OPERA
trs or finishers; steady work; good wages.
Room 210 Aliisky bldg.
COMPETENT GIRL FOR COOKING AND
housework; small family. 495 Bast Davis,
corner East Tenth st.
WANTED GIRL OR WOMAN FOR LIGHT
housework, help with children; no wash
ing. Phone E. 3570.
WANTED 10 GIRLS FOR OFFICE. MUST
write a good hand. N. M. Swart, 730 Cham
GIRL WANTED AT 903 DEPAUW ST.,
St. Johns line, Portsmouth. Good home
for right party.
COLORED MAID FOR TWO CHILDREN;
must be neat and trustworthy. 695 Da
vis, near 21st.
A WOMAN TO DO CHAMBER WORK OF 12
rooms for board for herself and husband.
Call 251 7th t.
TYPEWRITER IN WHOLESALE GRO
cry ; give experience " and reference. L
SITUATION WANTED MALE.
Bookkeepers and Clerks.
BOOKKEEPING I WILL POST YOUR
books, make up your statements and take
off monthly trial balance at small expense;
satisfaction guaranteed. Murton. the ac
countant. 618 Chamber Commerce. M. 20SI.
RAPID. RELIABLE STENOGRAPHER, SIX
years experience, wants position with good
concern: also a bookkeeper. Beet of refer
ences. C 25, Oregonian.
EX V K R I EN C E D G ROC E R YM A N WANTS
position In procf ry store, inside or out;
references. B. Hers, phone East 2656.
BOOKKEEPER, EMPLOYED AT PRESENT
desires a change; first-class references. R
EXPERIENCED YOUNG MAN AS CLERK
in grocery store, city or country. H 23,
YOUNG MAN. EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEP
er, wants position in or out of city. G 17,
WANTED SMALL SET OF BOOKS TO
keep or" evenings by bank bookkeeper. C 23,
ENERGETIC? YOUNG MARRIED MAN
wants position in grocery etore. E 21, Ore
gonian. WANTED BOOKS TO AUDIT EVENINGS
by first-class accountant. E 23, Orego
DESIRING TO LOCATE IN PORTLAND AT
once. wl?h situation with huMllng business
house where honesty and ability will be
appreciated; ten years all around printer,
four years head of shipping department
wholesale house. Can furnish A 1 refer
ences as to character, habits, etc. Ad
dress W. C. Lowe. 22S Charlotte ave., De
WANTED BY MAN AND WIFE WITH
grown daughter, position as manager and
foreman oil a stock farm ; horses preferred ;
experienced and good references. Address
.206 14th ave., Seattle. Wash. Geo. Davis.
SOBER, INDUSTRIOUS MAN. CAN READ,
write and talk English, German, Danish
and Norwegian: good on arithmetic and
tan handle men and machinery, wishes
position with good firm. Address Chas.
Greuther, box 490. city.
MAN 45 WANTS POSITION AS FURNACE
man or watchman; don't use liquor or
smoke, and can give ample reference. Ad
dross O. A. Bennett, 295 Montgomery st.
MAN AND WIFE FEEK SITUATION IN
private family; abstainers; man excellent
chef; wife very capable; references. B 24,
WANTED POSITION BY EXPERIENCED
all-around retail candy maker; can furnish
good references; state wag-. Address C 16,
CONTRACT EXPIRED OPEN FOR EN
gagement as first-class jewelry auctioneer.
J. M. Wendt, room 419. Temple Court,
JAPANESE LABOR ASSOCIATION CAN
furnish domestic servants, farmers also;
all kinds of help. Main 4659. 26S Everett.
I WILL DO YOUR DELIVERING REA
sonable any kind groceries or meat,
have a good rig. M 23, Oregonian.
YOUNG MAN HANDY WITH ALL KINDS
of machinery wishes good position. Ad
dress P. O. box 29, Oswego. Or.
WANT POSITION AS WATCH MAN IN
city, experienced; can furnish best of ref
erences. 249 E. 34th st.
YOUNG JAPANESE BOY WANTS SITUA
tion to do general work In private house.
FIRST-CLASS JAPANESE COOK WANTS
job; hotel, restaurant or family. N 24k
A GOOD JAPANESE WANTS ANY KIND
store or office work. J 21. Oregonian.
GOOD JAPANESE BOY WANTS PLACE TO
work; any kind help. H 24, Oregonlcs.
WANT POSITION AS FIREMAN IN CITY;
have exprience. 249 E 34th st.
SITUATION WANTED FEMALE.
Bookkeepers and Stenorraohers.
ACCURATE. RELIABLE YOUNG WOMAN
stenographer. Underwood or Remington op
erator, desires permanent position, substi
tute work or public office. A-l city refer
ences. Main 6375.
STENOGRAPHER. EXPERIENCED CORRE
epondent. understands accounts, high creden
tials, desire position. X 23, Oregonian.
YOUNG LA D Y WISHES CLERICAL AND
stenographic position; best of ref-veucea
given. Phone Pacific 1051, mornings