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THE -MORNING.. OREGONIAN,. -WEDNESDAY, APRIL, 17, 1907.
FOB RE XT.
$49 WASHINGTON ST., FLAT A NICE FUR
nlshed rooms; steam heat, electric lights,
baths and phone; $X50 per week.
fcSO 7TH THREES BLOCKS FROM PORT
. land Hotel Desirable room for gentlemen;
piano, phone, every convenience.
B PARTLY FURNISHED ROOMS ON LOWER
floor In new house for rent; no children. 04
Broadway, East Side.
THE WOODLAND ROOMS FIRST CLASS
and modern. Terms reasonable. 265 tith
st. Phone Main 1054.
65 NORTH 9TH ST. NICELY FURNISHED
room, private family; bath, gas, both phones,
furnace heat; $S.
8114 ALDER ST., COR. 10TH NICELY
furnished room, 1st floor, running water;
also single rooms.
FOUR NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS. 1 OR 2
gentlemen;, phone and bath. 141 11 th, cor.
tfcSH . 13TH ST. NICELY FURNISHED
rooms In new, modern home; gentlemen only.
SEVERAL NICELY FURNISHED ROOM8.
nil suite, reasonable rent. 271 Morrison.
LXRGE, COOL, UNFURNISHED AND Fl'R
nlshrd rooms at the Pleasanton. 28 3d st.
CJttle Palace. R7 flth St.. Mrs. Akley. former
ly of Monarch. Prop. Transient solicited.
000 HAWTHORNE AVE.. COR E. 10TH
Furnished rooms; gas, bath, phone.
HOTEL ROYAL NICE ROOMS. 60 CENTS
and $1 per night; $2 to $5 per week.
8 UNFURNISHED ROOMS, GAS, BATH,
phone. aOG North 20th st.
TWO LARGE FRONT ROOMS, NICELY FUR
nishrd. 225 West Park.
ONE FURNISHED ROOM FOR RENT. Ap
ply 20S Grant, near 6th.
TWO SMALL ROOMS, NICELY FURNISHED.
225 West Park.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT AT 91
TWO NICE BEDROOMS. $6 EACH. PHONE
Rooms With Board.
LARGE FRONT ROOM WITH FIRST-CLASS
board, for 2 or 3 young men; very reasona
ble; all conveniences; nice yard and porch.
251 Seventh At.
FRONT ALCOVE ROOM, WITH KITCHEN,
neatly furnished; bath, gas, close in; adults.
Thone East 5341.
OLYMPUS Cor. Alder and Lownsdale. board
and room, $20 month, up; newly furnished.
HANDSOMELY FURNISHED ROOMS
with board; home cooking. 389 Alder st.
THE OZARK ROOMS, FIRST-CLASS
' service; hot. cold water. 225 11th st.
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS WITH
board. 205 14th st.
Rooms With Board.
THE CARLETON THE MOST DESIRABLE
family hotel in the city; It has the loca
tion; well furnished outside rooms, single
or en suite; steam heat, hot and cold run
ning water In rooms and the best tabid
board that can be found anywhere. TeL
Main 2 1&3. Corner 13th and Alder sts.
The Morrison 17th and Morrison; select fam
ily hotel, newly furnished throughout, latest
heating and lighting system, porcelain baths,
hot and cold water In every room; transients
solicited; terms to permanent guests.
NORTH 17TH. NEAR WASHINGTON,
handsomely furnished front rooms; also
large, sunny, prettily furnlahed attic room,
suitable for two gentlemen; first-class table
PORTLAND WOMEN'S NION. .8TH YEAR
Rooms with board, use of sewing-room, use
of library; Women's Exchange. Address
Mrs. Ella Raw lings. SupL, 510 Flanders.
BLAKELY HALL. 270 6TH ST. PLEASANT
rooms with flrM -class board; one of the
nicest private boarding-houses in the city;
tine location for business people.
WELL-FURNISHED ROOMS WITH BOARD;
modern, convenient; rates reasonable; gentle
men preferred. 442 Jefferson. Main 6425.
LARGE, NICELY FURNISHED FRONT
parlor, suitable for two or three. Home
cooking. 31 6th st. Phone Main 6490.
NICELY FURNISHED LARGE! FRONT
rooms, good board ; every convenience; 7
minute' walk. 314 Mill. Slain 3570.
THE CLAY UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT;
gas. bath. Rooms, with board, $5 per week.
Just like home. 320 2d, cor. Clay.
THE MARLYN, 553 WASHINGTON FUR-
ntehed rooms single or en suite; good board,
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS WITH FIRST
clae board. The Sterling, 535 Couch st.
MODERN FLATS. ALL SIZES. FOR RENT,
East and West Sides. Portland Trust
Company of Oregon. S. E. cor. 8d and Oak.
Phone Exchange 72.
3US COLLEGE SIX CLEAN. LIGHT
rooms; Rood order: bath, gas, electric
Hants; nice neighborhood ; S2u.
LOWER FLAT. PARTLY FURNISHED;
desirable; no children; references. 20u 7th
M. Phone Main HOu.
FOUR-ROOM STEAM-HEATED FLAT: GAS,
electricity, ui-to-daie. Cottel Drug Co.,
1st and Sherman.
6-ROOM MODERN FLAT. 850 CORBETT,
(12.50. L. E. Thompson A Co., 228 3d.
2 UNFURNISHED FLATS. 5 ROOMS EACH,
on ground floor. lVa N. Union ave.
1t HOWLAND APARTMENTS, 6;tlH
rvvshlngton. cor. 20th Nicely furnished
'( Hsekeeping rooms, gas ranges, hot
.er, free bath, free phone, both floors;
ft'tce sunny suites $10 and $12 per month;
Vst rooms In city for money.
THE ST. GEORGE, 301 FIRST ST., COR.
Columbia House, newly painted and pa
pered, tlcctric lights and bath, renovated
throughout, furnished housekeeping, with
gtts stoves and single roomos for gentlemen;
tranent solid tea
THE vEONTA. 187 17TH ST.. NEAR
Yainl-ll New house, elegantly furnished.
In suites of 2, 8 and 4 rooms, hot and
cold water, gas range each, kitchen; steam
heat, baths, tree phone each floor; do
WE LLTN OTON COURT. 15TH AND EVER,
ett Handsomely furnished 4 -room house
keeping apartment possessing modem con
venience; excellent neighborhood and sur
roundings, no children.
IMTCTD SUITE OF HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS
with gas range, use of bath and phone;
ve ry reason abl e to married coup 1 e wit hout
children. 342 Clay St., corner of 7th at.
rOR RENT TWO LARGE FURNISHED
housekeeping rooms, bay window, modern.
Call between 12 and 1, or after 6. 515 Yam
hill. 1.25 WEEK UP CLEAN FURNISHED
housekeeping rooms; furnace heat; laun
dry, bath. 203 Stanton. Take U car.
NICELY FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING
rooms; modern home; gas, bath, electiic
lights, phone. SOU Johnson, near 14th.
$1.50 WEEK UP LARGE, CLEAN FUR
nlshed housekeeping rooms, laundry and
bath. 184 Sherman, South Portland.
Beautifully furnished apartments. The Hy
land, 3d flat, 4i0 Morrison st.; steam heat,
hot and cold water, light, airy rooms.
THE OTIS FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING
or single; walking distance: baths, phone.
Corner Union and East Burnslde.
LARGE, LIGHT NICELY FURNISHED
housekeeping and transient rooms; gad
range, running water. 503 Alder.
$10 TWO FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING
rooms: gas plate and stove, also heater, two
beds, bath and phone. 72 N. 14th st.
T.HREE NICELY FURNISHED HOUSE
ceeping rooms, bath and phone; rent cheap;
no children. 307 N. lath st.
lift THREE ROOMS. FURNISHED FOR
housekeeping; stre.1 range, gas plate. 62o
Tth st. Phone Main 45LU
TWO NICE ROOMS AND KITCHEN WITH
gas range, electric lights, cheap. 251
First st.. Revere flats.
FIRST FLOOR, 4 LARGE ROOMS. NICELY
furnished, bath, gas. Phone Pacific 4S6. 1S7
Chapman, near Yamhill.
Large rooms, newly furnished for
housekeeping; gam bath, easy walking dis
tance. 211 Sherman st.
354 CLAY 3 UNFURNISHED HOUSE
keeping rooms; no children. Call after 10
A. M. Pacific 1748.
$8 TWO HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS
nice residence. Phone East 4S71.
NEWLY FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING
ziax. obt Washington st.
SPLENDID HOUSEKEEPING APARTMENTS
newly furnished; rooms large and airy,
newly painted, telephone, bath. 534 Morri
son. 3 COMPLETELY FURNISHED HOUSE
keeping rooms; phone and bath; no chil
dren. 141 11th st.
THE NEWCASTLE, 402 3D ST., HAS TWO
furnished housekeeping suites for rent, rea
sonable. Main i0u.
2 OR 3 UNFURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING
rooms, ground floor, $9, including water. 16
East 12th North.
NICELY FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING
rooms; free phone, bath, walking distance.
492 CLAY TWO CLEAN HOUSEKEEPING
rooms; nicely furntebed, In private family;
gas and bath.
TWO FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS,
$12 a month; no children wanted. 264 Jef
435 .MAIN, COR. 12TH 3 VERY LA RGB
fumlehed housekeeping rooms on first floor;
NICELY FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING
rooms, gas, bath and phone. lVa N. Union
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS, 2 OR 3. VERY
nice, newly furnished, modern. 403 2d or
FOR RENT NICELY FURNISHED HOUSE
keeplng rooms, rent reasonable. 107 3d st.
MODERN HOUSEKEEPING SUITE OF TWO
rooms vacant at the Angelus, 272 6th st.
DESIRABLE LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING
rooms, modern. 624 Flanders st.
694 SECOND. CORNER MEADE 8 ROOMS,
20; cement basement, fireplace, furnace,
gas fixtures, newly papered. Owner, 508
Morrison. Phono Main 1013.
FOR RENT 6-ROOM HOUSE, ALL MOD
ern conveniences. 630 E. Taggart St., one
block from Waverly and Woodstock car
line; rent $16.
FOR RENT 6-ROOM HOUSE. ALL MOr
ern conveniences. 630 E. Taggart st., one
block from Waverly and Woodstock car
line; rent 916.
HOUSE FOR RENT 45 ELLA ST., 6
large rooms. Very desirable home. In
quire New Occidental, cor. 1st and Mor.
FOR RENT 9-ROOM HOUSE, E. 7TH AND
Yamhill; good location, close In; $25 per
month. McKinley Mitchell. 202 Stark.
6 ROOMS AND ALCOVE, 532 COUCH;
furnace and cement basement; thoroughly
overhauled. Phone Pacific 228.
NEW, SIX-ROOM, TWO-STORY HOUSE, )
modern (adults), one diock irom car.
Phone Woodlawn 426.
FOR RENT DESIRA11LB CORNER HOUSE,
Sunny side, one block from carllne. E. C.
Minor, 1005 Belmont st.
FOR RENT MODERN 6-ROOM HOUSE.
46 East Everett. Inquire at 73 East
MODERN 8-ROOM HOUSE. 301 HARRI
son St.; rent $40. Phone East 2154.
FOR RENT COTTAGE, 5 ROOMS, 257 13TH.
Apply 255 13th St.
COMPLETELY FURNISHED 7-ROOM COR
ner house; best residence section. West
Side; large rose garden; rent reasonable. H
FURNISHED FLAT. GAS, BATH. W'ELL
lighted. easy walking distance. Inquire
forenoons. 412 Second st.
SIX ROOMS, COSILY FURNISHED; GAS
and wooi range; modern; one year; yard.
690 E. Burnslde st.
FOR RENT MODERN COTTAGE OF SIX
rooms, furnished. Apply 87 East 17th St.,
or phone East 2463.
SEVEN-ROOM HOUSE, MODERN. FUR
nished, piano. Upper Albina, $30. Phone
FOR RENT 8-ROOM FURNISHED
house. Apply 41 East 31st st. Phone
Houses for Kent 'Furniture for Sale.
$700 BUYS FURNITURE OF 10-ROOM
house; cheap rent, fine location: rooms all
rented: 20 steady boarders; house taking In
over $500 a month. Call 53 North Park St.
NICELY FURNISHED. COSY MODERN C0T
tage; best location; furniture for sale cheap;
rent reasonable. Call between 5 and 8 P.
M. or Sunday, 718 East Ankeny at.
FOR SALE FURNITURE OF NEW MOD
ern 7-room flat cheap; privilege roomers,
boaders or private; near business portion of
city; a bargain. Phone Pacific 364.
FURNITURE OF 7-ROOM FLAT FOR
sale, flat for rent; only three blocks from
P. O. ; two roomers in the houae. 248
6th st. Phone Main 3350.
FURNITURE OF 11-ROOM HOUSE FOR
sale and house to rent, one block from post
office; will sell at a sacrifice; parties leaving
city. 188 7th st.
$450 FURNITURE EIGHT-ROOM HOUSE,
close in; 2 complete fiats; rent reasonable.
Phone Main 3303.
FLAT, 7 ROOMS. VERY CENTRAL; FURNI
ture of 5 rooms, used only 3 months. S 26,
HOUSE FOR RENT. FURNITURE FOR
sale. 166 B. 20th at.
FOR RENT HALF STORE AND WINDOW
on Washington st.; busiest block in city;
mate nature of business. Address L 41, Ore
gonian. SMALL STORE WITH LIVING ROOMS;
good location ; rent reasonable. Inquire
Wakefield, Fries & Co.. 229 Stark st.
FOR SALE, SNAP ALL NEW FURNI
ture for 4-room flat; rent $10. 166 East
SMALL STORE NEAR SECOND AND WASH
lngton. Donald G. Woodward, 104 2d st.
WE HAVE A LARGE ROOM IN REAR
portion of 2-story brick building, 8th. near
Oak, 20x30 feet. Good light. Will rent
separately or together. Low rent. Lease if
desired. Portland Trust Company of Ore
gon. S. E. cor. 3d and Oak,
ROOMS FOR MANUFACTURING AND OF
flees. Second and Washington. Howe, Davis
& Kllham, 111 Second st.
208 STARK. ROOM 10, MALLORY BLDG.
Deskroom. with or without desk. Henry
FOR RENT COMMODIOUS OFFICE;
cheap rent. Apply 202 Fen ton bldg.
20x40 SECOND FLOOR, t. W. COR. 5TH
and Oak: cornier room: steam heat.
On Washington st.; Al location and doing a
guaranteed business of $40 to $50 per day;
range, fixture, etc., will Invoice more than
price; owner is sick and must sell; price
THE VETERAN LAND CO.,
165 3d st.
WILL PELL EITHER WHOLE OR HALF
interest in hardware and furniture business;
well located, low rent, long lease; if only
half is sold, money will go into the busi
ness. Address J 41, Oregonian.
WANTED A YOUNG MAN FOR REAL Es
tate business- with $200: experience not nec
essary: owner will teach you the business;
' German preferred. Address P 44. Oregonian.
PARTNER WANTED TO ATTEND OFFICE
and- show land; owner m reliable and will
guarantee you $150 & month; small capital
required. Particulars 248 Stark st.
A FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT, LONG
lease, doing a big business, for sale, on ac
count of sickness. Inquire of Henry Roth,
Milk Depot. Union ave. 24 north.
INVEST $1 PER WEEK FOR 26 WEEKS
or $25 cash and clear $250; absolute
safety guaranteed by all banks. Storeheat
Mfg. Co.. Los Angeles. Cal.
WANTED MAN WITH $300 TO TAKE) HALF
interest In business that will pay $50 per
week; gd security. Call between 10 and 2,
88 Not f 8th t.
CLEANING AND REPAIR SHOP. WELL-
known, running horse and wagon. Owner
leaving. Cheap. Address owner, room . lo,
253 Wash su
WANTED PARTNER WITH $6000; IRRI
gated land and city property, Eastern Or
egon: $30,000 profit. X 36, Oregonian.
27-ROOM LODGING-HOUSE. MUST SELL
before May 1; highest bid takes it. Phone
$650 17-ROOM LODGING-HOUSE. EVERY,
thin? new: must sell this week. Phone
i. Pacific 1320.
23 rooms and boarding on East Side, clear
ing $100 per month: rental $25.
10 nicely furnished rooms oh Stark St.;
Al transient trade; terms.
9 rooms and boarding on Taylor st.; well
furnished; clearing about $60; rental $40.
20 rooms on Washington; Al furniture; 2
yeans lease; rental $100; clearing $150 per
month; can. be increased.
30 rooms' on Alder St., close In, well-furnished;
rental $100; income $300.
30 rooms on Grand ave.; lease; renta $5;
furniture in first-class condition; clears $100
per month: can be Increased.
THE VETERAN LAND CO.,
16516 3d St. -
Rooming-houses If you are looking for
one don't fail to look at my list; I have
many fine houses that are not listed with
any other agents; houses all sizes and
23 Years in Portland.
LILLIAN DE KEATER.
425 Taylor St.
WANTED A FIRST-CLASS PHARMACIST
to engage In drug business, best location
in the state. Growing town, of 2200 popu
lation, which will double In next two
years. Only one drugstore now. Rare op
- portunlty. Rents reasonable. Will fur
nish some capital to right party. Answer
ouick. Address B. J. How land North
HOTELS OUR SPECIALTY.
If your hotel is for sale. In or out of
the city, bring It to us and we will pro
cure a purchaser without publicity. Refer
ence Hotel Men's Association.
P. L. AUSTEN A CO.,
Original Hotel Brokers,
Suite 122 to 126. Ablngton bldg.
Phone Main 2488.
WANTED MAN AS SECRETARY FOR A
CORPORATION THAT HAS AMONG ITS
DIRECTORS THE PRESIDENTS OF 3
BANKS: MUST INVEST $15,000 IN
BANKABLE SECURITIES; SALARY $250
PER MONTH; DUTIES NOMINAL; WILL
STAND CLOSEST INVESTIGATION.
PARTICULARS INTERVIEW ONLY. O
THE AMES MERCANTILE AGENCY HAS
Inside Information regarding business open
ings in this territory; their correspondents
keep them posted on all desirable offerings.
Merchants looking for location In this city
or in country towns are invited to call.
. Information of this kind free. The Ames
Mercantile Agency, Ablngton bldg.
CASH paid for mining and Industrial ertocks
and bonds of merit, high-class mineral pros
pects bought or developed; consult me for
investments returning 1000 per cent profit or
better, Large or small Investments accept
ed. Prompt attention given out of town
orders. Member Portland Stock Exchange.
W. J. Curtis, 215 Commercial Block.
CHANCE FOR PARTY WITH SOME CAP
ital to invest to represent local food pro
duct manufacturing concern in Coast ter
ritory. No competition. Easy sales. Big
profits on Investment and good waged
on road. - Address for Interview, K 40,
DON'T FORGET THIS.
22-ROOM BRICK FLAT, in business dis
trict, good corner, nearly new, everything
In first-class condition; electric lights, nice
bath, long lease; price $1500, part time.
Ellis Sc. York, rooms 20 and 21, 264 Morri
3 NEW DEALS TO OFFER PORTLAND
manufacturing (profits 20 to 40 per cent);
Al investments of $50 to $5000; one may
please you; no risk. Straight business. Call
and investigate. McFarland Investment Co.,
310-311-312 Swetland bldg.
BARBER SHOP FOR SALE 7 CHAIRS. 4
baths, good furniture, good opportunity for
right party; best town in the state; must
sell on account of sickness; easy terms. For
particulars address A. u. A lit a, Pendleton,
Single lady, moderate ability, with $10,000,
can secure easy position with prosperous
company; 12 per cent annual dividends on
Investment and good salary. Phono Main
21 ROOMS HOTEL AND ROOMING
house, good house, good furniture and good
location, 30 regular boarders, only $1000:
part cash, balance easy terms, or will
trade lor city property. 34, oregonian.
TAKE IT TODAY FOR $275.
8 rooms, furnished, near 3d and Columbia
sts.; rent only $30. income $55. Here is
a snap; come quick. Ellis A York, rooms
J.M ana -t, -oft Morrison st.
PARTNER WANTED FOR A STRICTLY
cash store; experience not necessary but
must be nonest and- satisfied to start at $30
a week ; $700 required, which will be ee-
curea. uau btarx st.
PARTNER WANTED IN A HIGH-CLASS
real estate office to assist in showing prop
erties, which is easily learned : owners
will guarantee no less than $200 every
month ; $l50u required. 268 stark street,
FOR SALE A DINING-ROOM AND KITCH-
en outnt used in hotel but short time.
practically new, beat condition, will trade
tor real estate, eitner at coast or in town;
willing to pay some money. S 34, Oregonian.
WORKINGMAN'S HOTEL, 35 ROOMS. JUST,
the place for man and wife to make $200
a month; the owner la unable to give it
his attention and will sell for $500. 268
stark St.. room 21.
NEWSPAPER AND JOB PLANT, NEARLY
new. of the Aurora Boreal Is. for sale: will
sell all or half; good business; don't write
unless you mean business. Aurora Borealls,
GOOD PLUMBING BUSINESS IN HOOD
River, carry steam and mill supplies,
about $2000 will handle it. Other busi
ness requires attention. Box 152, Hood
STRICTLY CASH BUSINESS OWNER
wants reliable partner and win guarantee
you $150 a month; $1000 required, secured
and duties easily learned, particulars itto
GOOD FURNITURE STORE IN ONE OF
the best towns in uregon, witn a line sur-
rounddng country; price 4000. or half in
terest for $2000.' Address R 45, care Ore
WANTED FIRST-CLASS ALL AROUND
printer and pressman with $1000 to $3000
capital, good position in nig paying dusi
ness; references. Address Q 30, Oregonian,
PARTNER WANTED IN A STRICTLY
cah business to collect ; must Invest $300,
fully eecured; salary $20 a week, besides
profits. 268 Stark St., room 21.
SPECIAL $5000 WILL SECURE A BUST
nees where you have no competition and you
can clear $10,000 a year; might make
terms, cull startc at.
$1200 GROCERY STORE. DOING GOOD
business; fresh stock, modern fixtures; living
rooms; rent szo; vvesx eiae, ciose in. c&u
221 H Morrison St., room v.
FOR SALE: BLACKSMITH SHOP, TOOLS,
12 acres land, house, barn, fruit, railroad
station 1 mile; bargain. J. G. Ryckm&n,
FIRST-CLASS GROCERY OR GENERAL
mercnandise ciera warns a position; ao ye are'
experienoe; best references. E 44. Ore
FOR SALE HARDWARE AND IMPLE
ment business In Valley town, building and
stock about $10,000. Address K 42, Ore
PARTNER WANTED TO CHECK GOODS
and collect ; owner guarantees you $25 a
week: only $300 required. Call 248V4 Stark
SHOEMAKER SHOP, FULLY EQUIPPED
with rurnisnea living rooms. 230 3d t. 1125.
Rent $15. L- E. Thompson & Co., 22S 3d st.
FOR RENT CHEAP BALTIMORE HOTEL
restaurant; sieei range in Kitcnen. 301 Haw
thorns ave., east, end of Madison bridge.
RESTAURANT PARTLY FURNISHED
good location and living rooms, on Burnslde
st. inquire at is. union ave.
INVESTORS INVESTIGATE THIS C A KTT.
facturing proposition; absolutely the best on
tne marset. a. oo. uregoman.
SAVE MONEY ANYTHING IN PRINTING
see aisaaen, uaaieiiowr Temple, 1st
ana Aiuer utft.&irs.
FOR SALE AN TJP-TO-DATB MEAT
market; gooa ioois ana nxtures. f
Meyer. McMlnnvllle. Or.
FOR SALE A GOOD FURNITURE MANU-
iaciuring piani, wen located. lor cash.
YOUNG MARRIED MAN WITH $10,000
wouia iikc ia rvi in im gooo arm; refer-
encesi s , vfeguuma.
CORNER ' ROOMING-HOUSE NEAR CITY
Hall; always run. mue work, good Income;
MEAT MARKET FOR SALE OR RENT
good business: this Is a snap. Good ale & Co.
209 Alisky bldg. r
FOR SALE MACHINE FHOP AND FOnTfl
dry. Address Box 302. Dallas. Polk County,
229 Lumber Exchange, 2d and Stark.
Below is a partial list of rooming-houses
that are Al buys and can be handled on
very easy terms. If you do not see what
you want, come in and look over our list,
as we have all the good places that axe on
100- rooms, steam heat, hot and cold water
In rooms, elegantly furnished; rent only $250
per month. 5-year lease, clearing above all
expenses $4O0 per month. The location is
the best in the city. On account of death
In the family his place must be sold and no
reasonable offer will be refused. Will trade
for ranch or city property or will sell on
most any kind of terms. If you want a snap
come in and see us at once.
26 rooms, beautifully furnished. steam
heat, hot and cold water in rooms, very low
rent ; good straight lease and the swellest
location in the city; absolutely clearing
above all expenses $150 per month; nothing
nicer in the city than this; very easy terms.
20 rooms, very nicely furnished, splendid
money-maker; rent only $100 per month; 3
year lease. Now. if you waflt a money
maker and a genuine bargain, be sure and
see this, for it will not last long at the
12 rooms, on 12th St., newly furnished
four months ago; good modern house and
all full of good, steady roomers. You can
have free rent, an elegant place to live and
about $40 above expenses. Reasons for sell
ing, parties going East. Price $1100.
40 rooms, corner brick, on Morrison st.,
11-year lease; rent for 5 years $200 per
month. 6 years at $250. This is undoubtedly
the best buy in Portland. Price $55O0.
LOOK AT THIS.
10 nice large sunny rooms, newly fur
nished. Rent $45; income $75; beautiful
lawn, lots of roses and elegant location on
12th st., and the price is only $750.
The aho.ve list is just as represented and
will stand1 the closest investigation. WTe
have several large hotel propositions that
we are not at liberty to advertise. Call and
look over our list.
229 Lumber Exchange. 2d and Stark.
On Washington st. ; the swellest place in
town and doing $40 to $75 per day business;
fixtures the very best; 5 living rooms. 3 fur
nished; lease and cheap rent; this place can
not be duplicated in town; all goes for the
low price of $2000.
THE VETERAN LAND CO.,
165 3d st.
Right In the center of the city, doing a
business of $75 per day; 30 months' lease
at low rent. Business getting better every
dav, but must sell on account of sickness.
229 Lumber Exchange. 2d and Stark.
$700 BUYS A HALF INTEREST IN A GOOD
paying butter, egg, pouiiry ano vegeiaDie
business, situated on 4th St.. near Morrison;
this will bear the closest inspection: no bet
ter stand in the city; will sell all if de
sired. Particulars at 325 Lumber Exchange.
WANTED PARTNER; HAVE LEADING
photo tunio Address ox 4f4, .tteiung
$750 BUYS 1-3 INTEREST IN A PAYING
brokerage ana commission ousiness. ju o,
LADIES, ONE WORD WITH YOU 23
years of successful practice in Fort 1 ana in
the treatment of diseases peculiar to wom
en should be sufficient guarantee to thoae
seeking the aid or an experienced phy
sician and surgeon. I have assisted hun
dreds of anxious and suffering women. I
can assist you. If In trouble, no matter
from what cause, call on old Dr. J. D.
Gray, the old reliable specialist; no charge
lor consultation or advice. 251 Alder St.,
corner 3d., Portland, Or. Correspondence
DR. MART LANE.
Late superintendent of Chicago Women's
Hospital, treats diseases of women exclu
sively; ladies will consult their best later,
ests by communicating with me; no fee
for consultation; correspondence absolutely
confidential; maternity cases given special
attention. Sanitarium and offices, 253
Alder, corner 3d, Portland, Or. Phone Main
INDIAN BLOOD HERBS CURED MISS HA-
zel Marshal, 408 2Sth N., acute rneumatism
and paralysis. Indian Liniment, 25c a bot
tle; Herbal Kidney Tea, $1 a bottle; Indian
Blood. Tea, 60c a bottle. Sioux Indian cure
for spinal meningitis; sure cure. Consulta
tion frr. Mt-h T'rnf Whatlv Ho We. 442 EX
11th st S., cor. Sherman. Sellwood car. The
only Indian specialist in Oregon.
SUITS PRESSED WHILE YOU WAIT. 60c
To visitors of Portland hotels ana. to pun
11c at larsre: Suits Dressed at 50o at Gil
bert, the tailor's, 106 6th st., next to
Quelle. Ladies skirts pressed, 60c Fea
thers and boas cleaned and curled. Phone
AMELIA R. BROWN. ELECTRO-MAG
netlc healer; all cases of a chronic nature
promDtlv vleld to my method of treat
ment ; women's and children's diseases a
specialty. Room 2 Hotel Ohio. Madison
and Front sts.
C, H. GOSSETT. ENGINEER AND SURVEY
or All kinds of surveying, additions platted.
maps and estimates furnished. Office 33
Washington bldg.. Fourth and Washington;
residence, uienwooa. .rnone Main dooo.
Dress suits for rent, all sizes $1 month
Keeps your clotnes cleaned, pressea, dux
tons sewed on. rips sewed. Prompt calls
and deliveries. Unique Tailoring Co.. 301
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR, MOLES. ETC., RE
moved by electric needle ; established 1804 ;
physicians' references, lady operator. Par
lors 170U loth at., near Morrison. Phone
Manly vigor restored by Dr. Roberts Nerve
Globules. One month's treatment, $2; 3
months, $5. Sent securely sealed by malL
Agents. Woodard. Clarke A Co., Portland.
Mme. Courtrlght. skin an6 scalp treatments;
pimples, moles, warts, hair, wrinkles remov
ed; facial deformities corrected; plastic sur
gery. 225 Fliedner bldg. Phone. Main 5042.
DO YOU DESIRE TO EARN $25 WEEK
ly? Have short hours, easy work? Then
learn to operate motion pictures; terms
reasonable. Newman's, room 2, 145 H 6th.
LOST POWERS RESTORED BY THE
great Dr. Lorens Nerve Tonic Tablets; 25c
a box. Write or call at Eyssel's Pharmacy,
227 Morrison st., between 1st and 2d.
LADIES DR. KETCHUM, GRADUATE
and registered, treats any and all your
complaints with skill and success. 170
3d, corner Yamhill. Pacific 2229.
GERMAN, FRENCH. SPANISH AND OTHER
Foreign Dictionaries, Text Books and Litera
ture, (German books a specialty), A. W.
S china lo Co., 229 First st.
LADIES WHO DESIRE A BEAUTIFUL
. complexion, free from all blemish, should
call on Madam La Gay, 23 Russell block,
cor. 4th and Morrison.
MOLES, wrinkles, superfluous hair removed.
No charge to talk it over. Mrs. M. D. Hill,
room 330 Fliedner bldg. Pacific 135.
SCIENTIFIC CHIROPODY AND MANICTJR
lng. facial and scalp treatments. 145 6th,
corner Alder, room 25.
AMELIA R. BROWN CANCERS RE
moved without pain or knife. Hotel Ohio.
Front and Madison sts.
RECENTLY OPENED MANICURING
parlors removed from 351 Vs to 343 Mor
rison, room 2.
$75O0 TO LOAN ON WEST SIDE REAL
estate at low Interest by private party. X
MRS. DR. PAUL CROMWELL HAS
opened up a branch, office at 431 E. Alder
DR. PAUL CROMWELL, the colored spe
cialist. Sanitarium 127 N 12th. Main 547ft.
MANICURING AND CHIROPODY PAR
lore; scalp and facial massage, 201 3d st.
BALM OF FIGS FOR ALL FEMALE Dis
eases. 626 E. Belmont. Phone East 4034.
TURKISH BATHS. 300 Oregonian bldg.; ladies
days, gentlemen nights. Phone Main 1938.
Bust and neck developed, Oriental method; re
sults guaranteed. 330 Fliedner bldg. Pac 136.
Prof. Felix. K. Z.. miracles of magnetic
healing and suggestive, 145 6th st.
Mrs. Stevens, reliable palmist and spiritual
life-reader. 343 Yamhill, corner 7th.
LADIES BARBER SHOP NOW OPEN AT 64
IMMEDIATE LOANS FROM $5 TO $5000
on all securities. R. I. Eckerson A Co.,
room 6, Washington bldg. Phone Pac 163L
$1000 TO IOO. OOO TO LOAN IN SUMS TO
suit at 5 to 7 per cent on Improved realty.
M. O. Griffin, 266 Stark, opp. C. of Com.
$5000 OR LESS IN SUMS TO SUIT ON
real estate; charges reasonable. Inquire
X. u. Mid die ton. 61T Chamber Commerce.
UPON PLAIN NOTES.
WE NEVER TAKE
. - MORTGAGES.
$10 to $100.
Open from 8 A. M. to 6 P. M.
STATE SECURITY CO.,
704 Dekum Blog.
Own Kftt-iirrt.iv Till ft T M
THERE ARE MANY PLANS,
But It will pay you to learn ours when
you are in need of "Ready Cash." We
can help you and without publicity. You
can get the mcney you need from us on
your salary and repay In small payments
suited to your own circumstances. It costs
you nothing to call on us and we assure
you or courteous treatment, wnemer you
borrow or not. Open Tuesday and Satur-
day until 8 P. M.
f HUTTON CREDIT CO.,
512 (Fifth Floor) Dekum Bldg.
LOANS MADE TO SALARIED PEOPLE
holding permanent' positions and respon
sible Arms; easy payments and strictly
on personal property; rooming-houses a
NEW ERA LOAN A TRUST COMPANY,
205 Ablngton Building.
THE CRESCENT LOAN CO.. 428 MOHAWK
blcg. Loans to salaried employes on note,
without mortgage; easy payment.
Month, -month. Week.
$50 Repay to us $13.33 or $6.65 or $3.33
S26 ReDav to us S 8.25 or S3.50 or $1.65
$15 Repay to us $ 4.00 or $2.00 or $1.00
we meet any rate, time or terms, aiain
THE STAR LOAN COMPANY.
Any salaried employe, wage-earner, can
get on his note, without mortgage (con
fidential . Month. V -month. Week.
$-.0 Repay to us. .$13.33 or $0.65 or $3.35
$25 Repay to us..t 6.65 or $3.20 or S1.65
$15 Repay to us. $ 4.00 or $2.00 or $L00
210 M KAY BLDG., 102 THIRD.
MONEY TO LOAN.
On improved city property or for bulld
inir nurooses. for from 3 to 10 years time.
with privilege to repay all or part of loan
after two years. Loans approved from
plans and money advanced as building
nrof resses : morteazes taken ud and reolaced.
Fred H. Strong, financial agent, 242 Stark
MONEY LOANED TO SALARIED PEOPLE
just on your own name; no otner security
necessary; con t borrow until you see me,
mv Kvittrm Ik th hynt for railroad men.
clerks, bookkeepers, streetcar men and all
other employes; business strictly confiden
tial, r A. r.ewion, Oil BUCDBiiaa xiu(.
Gentleman to place stocks for high-class
nnancial proposition. A 4-, uregonian.
MONEY ADVANCED SALARIED PEOPLE
and others upon their own names without
rnrlt v ! chenDeat rates, easiest naymellts;
offices In 60 principal cities, save yourself
money Dy getting our terms nrsc
TOLMAN, 223 Ablngton bldg.. 106 3d st.
WANTED Notes, mortgages or contracts on
any kind of real estate in Oregon or Wash
ington; 2d mortgages purchased if well se
cured, n. ti. xv o Die, aii commercial oik.
TiANfl 0f EASY PAYMENT PLAN TO
salarlea people; lowest races; srnctiy conn
dentlal. Employes' Loan Co., room 716; The
Dekum, 3d and Wash. Main zzi.
1 TTurnlture. etc.: confidential. 228 Filed
1 ner bldg., 10th and Wash. Pacific 2659.
MONEY TO LOAN. REASONABLE RATES
real estate, chattel mortgage or personal
security; notes bought. C. W. Pallet t, 204
LOST BABY'S COAT. PLUSH, GRAY
color, Friday afternoon on uth st. bet.
Couch and Flanders. Call 347 Burnslde
st. Reward. .
MONEY LOANED IN SMALL OR LARGE
sums on Improved and unimproved real
esrate. W. H. Nunn, 553 Sherlock block.
LOANS ON FURNITURE, PIANOS AND
other securities; lowest rates. B. W. King,
room 40, wasn. oiag. .rnone main oioo.
MONEY LOANED IN SUMS OF $5 AND
up on all kinds of security. W. A. Hatha
way, room iu, wasn. mag. macule 133Z.
MORTGAGE LOANS AT CURRENT RATES
do commission. Columbia Life A Trust
Company. Luraoer n,xcnange blag.
6 PER CENT MONEY TO LOAN FROM
$1000 to $5000. Dean Land & Investment
Co., 4ia commercial Diag.
State funds loaned, 6 per ct. W. E. Thomas,
state agt.. Muitnoman jo., 400 c. of Com.,
MONEY TO LOAN ON ALL KINDS OF SE
curlty. Wm. Holl, rm. 9. Washington bldg.
A LOAN FOR THE ASKING SALARY OR
chattel. The Loan Co., 410 Dekum bldg.
$500,000 TO LOAN AT 5 AND 6 PER CENT.
wm. u. rseca. room railing Diag.
ON MORTGAGE $200 TO $3000, COST PA-
pers only. ward. Lawyer, Aii&tty bids;.
$8000 TO LOAN for term of years; very low
incersi. noom v. wasmnKian oiag.
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST A SMALL BLACK LEATHER
purse containing between 9 to ana sso 1.
gold and $2 In silver, somewhere between
the A. B. C. Restaurant and 7th and
Stark, between 1 and 2 o'clock. Return
to Oregonian office; liberal reward.
LOST MORNING OF APRIL 16. WATCH
fob with oval gold buckle, heart-shaped
locket and gold and blue enamel monogram
pin U. C, with 1903 in center. Return 295
10th street; reward.
FOUND A PLACE TO HAVE HAIR MAT
tresses renovated and returned same day.
22S Front st. Main 474. Portland Curled
Hair Factory. H. Metzger. proprietor.
LOST GOLD WATCH. TUESDAY APTER
noon. Initials E. E. Russell in back of case,
monogram C. X,. B. ; reward. Return room
208 Marquam bldg.
FOUND ON PORTLAND HEIGHTS, GOLD
watch. Owner call and Identify same. '488
LOST WHIT B SPITZ DOG. FINDER
please return to 310 East 10th st.
PROPOSALS FOR INDIAN SUPPLIES
Department of the Interior, Office of In
dian Affairs, Washington, D- C, March
25. 1007. Sealed proposals, plainly marked
on the outside of the sealed envelope:
"Proposals for Indian Supplies,- Pacific
Coast," and addressed to the Commission
er of Indian Affairs, Washington, D. C,
will be received at the Indian office until
2 o'clock P. M., of Tuesday, May 14.
1907, and then opened, for furnishing the
Indian Service with groceries, furniture,
enameled ware, agricultural implements,
paints, oils, glass, tinware, harness,
leather, shoe findings, saddler-, etc.,
stoves, hardware, and a long list of mis
cellaneous articles. Bids must be made
out on Government blanks. Schedules giv
ing all necessary Information for bidders
will be furnished on application to the
Indian Office, Washington, D. C, and the
U. S- Indian warehouse, 312 Eighth St.,
Sian' Francisco, Cal. The department re
serves the right to reject any and all bids
or any part of any bid- F- E. LEUPP,
PORTLAND, OR.. APRIL 16, 1007 SEALED
bids will be received at the office of the
6chool Clerk, City Hall, up to 12 M. Fri
day. April 19. 1907, for constructing a school
building at Crest on. Plans and specifications
for same can be seen at the office of the
architect, 334 East Third street; separate
bids will be received as follower First, ex
cavating, brick work, plastering, cement
work, iron work. etc. Second. carpenter
work, tinning, iron work, etc. Third, paint
ing. Fourth, plumbing and drainage. Fifth,
giass and glazing. All proposals must be
accompanied by certified checks for 10 per
cent of the amount of the proposal. The
School Board reserves the right to reject
any and all bide. Thos. J. Jones, architect.
QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE, SEATTLE,
Wah.. April 16, 1907 Sealed proposals, in
triplicate, indorsed on cover Proposals for
Transportation, and addressed to the under
signed, will be received here until 11 A. M.
May 15, 1907, and then opened, for trans
pacific transportation from Portland, Ore
gon, and Puget Sound ports, for' passengers,
animals, frtight, JJ. S. troops, etc.. as spec
ified on schedule which will be furnished on
application. A guaranty of $2000 must ac
company proposal. The Government reserves
the right to accept or reject any or all bids
or parts thereof. For further information
address Major W. S. Wood, Quartarjnaster.
U. 6. A., Seattle. Wash.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE
of Oregon, for Sherman County. c- v
McCoy. Plaintiff, vs. George N- Crosfieio.
Defendant. The undersigned will receive
sealed bids at his office. No. 7 First street,
Portland. Or., for the assets of the Part
nership composed ot E. O. McCoy and
George N. Crosneld, doing business at
Wasco. Or., under the name and style of
the Oregon Trading Company, up to
o'clock P. M.. April 30, 1907. and said
bids will be opened at 12 o'clock noon,
on May 1 1907. Conditions are as fol
lows: First Separate bids or each or
the following described parcels of laud at
Wasco. Or., to-wit: Lots 11 and 12. block
6, Bigg's Addition; lots 1, 2. 8 and 4, block
7. Bigg's Addition. Also lump bid for all
of caid real property. Second For all ac
counts receivable belonging to said part
nership amounting to $12,747 22- Third-
For all bills receivable belonging to said
partnership amounting to $23.649. 82.
Fourth Suspense accounts. $1039.20- Fifth
Abeyance accounts, $3122.92. Sixth
Also a lump bid for all of the said ac
counts and bills receivable. Seventh For
all store furniture and fixtures used 10
and about said business inventoried at
$2S30.00. Eighth Separate bids for the
different departments of stock of general
merchandise at Wasco, Or., per inventory
as follows: (a) men's clothing. $2S47-31 ;
(b) crock erv and trlnssware. S457.S0: (c)
dry goods, notions, furnishings, women's
ana misses coats and suits, sdu.u.t;
furniture. rues and miscellaneous.
$1211.03: (e) groceries, $411095; (f) bug
gies, hacks and harness. $2070.04 : 1 g
hats and caps, $1375.58; h) Jewelry, cut
glass and fine sundries. $24S3.5B; (1) hard
ware, paints, etc.. $717225; U machin
ery and implements, $5187 41: (k) shoes.
ioow.&o; (i) also a lump bia xor iuts en
tire stock of merchandise, $34,707.7.
Terms cash, and a deposit of 10 per cent
of the amount bid must accompany each
offer and the same is subject to confirma
tion by the court. Each bid must be
sealed and tne envelope marked "Bid for
assets of Oregon Trading Company." In
ventory of the assets may be seen at my
office and the property may be inspected
on application at Wasco, Or. Dated at
Portland. Or., this 30th day of March,
1907. R. L. Sab In. Receiver.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
Beginning April 20, 11)07. the passenger
rates between Portland, Rainier. Rlnearson,
Downlngs and Pyramid will advance to $1.20.
J. C. MAYO.
G. P. A., A. A C. R. R.
GEO. T. MURTON, 318 CHAMBER COM-
merce. Phone Main 3081'- General account
ing and auditing business.
A. H. TANNER. ATTORNEY AT LAW,
room 609 Commercial block. 2d and Wash
ington streets. Phone Main 1446.
Assayers and Analysts.
GREENLEY A CRAWFORD. ANALYTICAL
in g ton st.
MONTANA ASSAY OFFICE, 186 MORRI
son st. Best facilities. Prices reasonable.
PAUL BAUMEL, ASSAYER AND ANALYST
Gold dust bought. 207 Alder st.
Carpenters and Builders.
W. L. Buckner. office, store fixutres, general
Inhblnv. cnntrntlnv AXO Stark Main 683L
IO NB STEAM CARPET CLEANING CO.
Mattresses and feathers renovated. 221 E.
21st North, cor. Holladay. Phone East 360.
COOKING OR SERVING DINNERS. WKD
dings or banquets. Phone East 5663.
Cuironods and Manicuring.
WM. DEVENT A KSTELLE DEVENY, THE
only scientific chiropodists, parlors 203
Drew bldg., 162 2d st. Phone Main 1301.
Chiropody and Pedicuring. Mrs M. D. Hill,
room 330 Fliedner bldg. Phon Pacific 135.
Cleaning; and Dyeing.
THE MADISON STEAM CLEANING AND
pressing parlors; all work guaranteed;
Timmnr HrvlM: reoaJrlns: French, dry
cleaning a specialty. 247 Madison bet. 2d
ana 3 a. pnons .racing 1014. ionn i
BERLIN DYE WORKS SPECIALTIES
French dry cleaning, steam cleaning, dyeing
to sample; reasonable prices; prompt serv
ice. 347 2d. Main 6417.
HERMAN METZGER. PURCHASER OF
hides, pelts, furs, wool, mohair, tallow and
rubber ana 01a metal ana general commis
sion merchants. Front st.. near Main, Port
land, Or. Cash advanced on consignments.
TAYLOR, YOUNG A CO., SHIP BROKERS
and commission xnercn&nts. onenocK Diag.
D. C. BURNS CO.. GROCERS ' AND COM-
mission mercnants, zio sa st.
DANCING LESSONS. 25c. classes or private;
waltzing, two-step, three-step, etc.; stage
dancine. buck and wins:, cloe reel, skirt.
Spanish. Highland fling, etc. Prof, Wal
Wilson, Alisky biag., aa-Morrison.
Woodward's Danclnc School class. Mob.,
Thur., Sat. eves.; & assistants; private les
sons daily; social, fancy and step danc
ing taught, aa ana Morrison, facino loou.
PROF. RINGLER. MISS BUCKENMEYER
leading school dally ; new hall, best in
city, urana ave. ana &. siorrison. hj odTO.
dr. earl c McFarland. dentist .
Rooms 710-ii-iz. swetiana bldg. Main 2261
Fairbanks-Morse Stationary and Sheffield
marine engines, best, rlgnt price, lst-atarlc
Harness and Saddles.
THE GEORGE LAWRENCE CO.. WHOLE
sale saddle and harness mfs., leather and
saddlery hardware, so -So 1st. Main 226.
JTunk, Hides and Pelts.
L. SHANK A CO., PURCHASERS OF
hides, pelts, wool, rurs, tallow, old rub
bers, metals and sacks. 812 Front St.
Leather and Findings.
J. A. STROWBRIDGE LEATHER CO. Es
tablished 1858. Leather and findings;
Stockton sole leather and cut stock; full
line Eastern jumbos, low jrront st.
CHAS. U MASTICK A CO., FRONT AND
Onk sts. ieatner ana BKins or every de
scription for all purposes; sola and tap
n mnirxriru A XT A. TLT TX? T XT tl C A TXTXrTT T
logging machinery, hydraulic pipes, cast
ings, svu kioui iut J. in.
MONUMENTAL BRONZE CO. Most dur-
able grave headstones. Room 12, 268 Stark.
COEUR DALENE AND NEVADA MINING
stock I am always in ino marxet to buy
or sell any first-class stocks or bonds. Lidt
your stocks with me. Get my prices before
buying or selling. l,obdb maue on listed
securities. a . f. crown, ju wasn. bldg.
PROF. J. H. EVEREST. INSTRUCTOR OK
violin, cornet ana rrencn nom; orches
tras furnished. Phone East 1625. Studio,
Western Academy ot Music. 2d and Mor
Northwest Vlnvi Company.
Tllford bldg., -0th and Morrison ses. "Health
Talks" to women Thursday at 2:30 P. 14.
DBS. ADDIX A NO RT H R UP.
415-16-17 Dekum bldg.
Third and Washington sts.
Phone, office. Main 349.
Residence. Main J503.
Residence. East 1028.
PR. L. B. 6MITH, PIONEER OSTEOPATH
of Oregon, graduate Klrkvllle. Mo. 409
Oregonian bldg. Main 1242; res. Main 2752.
Paints. Oils and Glass.
RASMUSSEN A CO.. JOBBERS, paints, oils.
glass, sasn ana aoors. cor. za ana Taylor,
R. C WRIGHT. DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN
patents; infringement cases. C04 Dekum.
Palatine d Papernanglng.
For reliable work, reasonable prices Sheeny
Bros.. 282 hk Yamhill, near 4th. Main S072.
SIGNS "That Attract.")
Portland sign Co, 267 Stark. Pao. 10M,
WITH THIS PAPER AD YOU WUJU
FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY.
A SPECIAL $5 READING FOR $L i
ALWAYS CONSULT THE BEST.
PROF. E. KHIMO,
ASTRAI DEAD TRANCE CLAIRVOT
TA NO CHARGE IF NOT SATISFIED
W HEN READING IS OVER YOU TO Bfl
a K.DO,tHEREBT SOLEMNLY AGRE
t GUARANTEE to make no charge If
1 ran to can you by name In full, names
or your friends, enemies or rivals. I prom
. . el1 whether your husband, wife or
. eart 18 tru or false; tel you how
-V th love ot lbs one you most de
VI a iVen thouRb miles away; how to sue.
hJ: n buslness, speculation, lawsuits;
marry the one of your choice; how
riLr1" yth. health and vitality. Re
motes evil influences, cures drink habits.
10ca.es treasures, mines and oil wells;
Z-?11 nrvous diseases,
-i LL ALL OTHERS ADVERTISB
TO DO, AND A GREAT DEAL MORE.
nJ? ENTIREWORLD HAS BEEN
ETA.171'50 WITH THE POWERS OF
THE UNSEEN FORCES I HAVE AT MY
COMMAND and I will prove It to you
without price by giving you a
FREE TEST FREE.
y having your NAME TOLD (IN FULL).
JUST WHAT YOU 'CAME FOR. and give
ycu advice absolutely FREE before you
decide to have a reading. WHO CAN OR
WILL DO MORE TO CONVINCE THE
SKEPTIC? DO NOT MISS THIS OP
PORTUNITY, AS IT WILL NOT BR OF
FERED YOU AGAIN.
Do not hesitate, delay Is dangerous:
i once ana nna out:
How can 1 marry well?
How can I have good luck?
How can I control any one? ,
How can I conquer my rival?
How can I settle my quarrel?
How can I succeed In business?
How can I conquer my enemies?
How can I get a good position?"
How can I keep my wife's love?
How can I make my home happyt
'How can I remove bad influences?
How can I make any one love meT
How can I hold my husband's loveT
How can I marry the one I choose?
How can I make distant ones think ot
HOURS 10 TO S DAILY AND SUNDAY.
PROF. E. KHIMO.
Parlors No. 3 and 4 Grand Theater Bldg.
352 Washington near Par It St.
Phone Main 1267.
MRS. WALLACE, 25 YEARS PORTLAND'S
most reliable medium; an in trouoie
and get her valuable advice on all affairs
of life, business, love troubles; absent
friends a specialty. Room 72. Lewis bldg..
850 H Morrison st. Hours 8 A. M. to a
MRS. S. B. SEIP, Psych ometrtst. Prophetls .
tail, 10 to 8. S02 Alisky bldg. Circles Tue..
Wed., Thur., Frl., 8 P. M 25c Pac 2633.
Portland's oldest clairvoyant, palmist, me
dium; readings 60c. 841 H Morrison, cor. 7th.
NAGANZI A SUCCESSFUL IMITATION OF
his wonderful powers is unposaioie. eee
him today. 193 Fourth st.
READINGS DAILY; CIRCLES EACH WED.
evening, 7:3U. Mabel (J. wnson, o& rail
MRS. C. CORNELIUS, test medium; sittings
dally. 843 H xamniii. rnone rAcino xwvt.
Mrs. Stevens, Portland's reliable palmist and
spiritual llio reaaer. 00 yt imuu b wk.
MISS MAY ANDREWS, CARD READING,
ZDC Zuo Otii Bi., vvruer aituu.
MRS. SHAVER, SPIRITUAL READER. 42
Surnsiaa St., corner auio.
Rubber Stamps, Stencils, Seals, trads bag
gage cuecaa. r. Diaiuy worjta,
ALSO 8EALS, STENCILS, TEL SLUGS. BAR
checks, etc coast jo., 2ai otarjc xl aui.
ALL KINDS OF SEWING MACHINES Re
paired, guarauveeo, b. duui, 001 oo. auu
Showcases. Bank and Store Fixtures.
R. H. Blrdsall, designer; agent M. Wlntet
Lumber Co., 7 Hamilton oiag. juain 00 ju.
PORTLAND SHOWCASE A FIXTURE CO.,
848 1st St. near juaraet. rnona raciuo iou.
THE LUTKE MANUFACTURING CO., COR.
6th and Hoyt. Phone wain nua.
DIEBOLD Manganese and fireproof safes:
lockouts opened; metal fixtures, vault ana
jail work; Jacks. J. E. Davis. 66 &d. Main
SECOND-HAND SAFES FOR SALE; GREAT
bargains. 70 6th St., net. uau ana fine.
Storage and Transfer.
SAFES. PIANOS AND FURNITURE MOVED,
packed ready for shipping and shipped; all
work guaranteed; large 3-story brick fire
proof warehouse for storage. Office 209 Oak
st. C. M. Olsen. Phone Main 547
C. O PICK. OFFICE 88 1ST, BET. STARK
and Oak. Phone 596- Pianos and furniture
moved and packed for shipment; commodi
ous brick warehouse, with separata Iron
rooms. Front and Clay sts.
New Typewriters, all makes, rented, sold
and repaired. Coast Agency, 231 Stark su
ALLEN & LEWIS, WHOLESALE GROCERY,
cor. N. Front and Davis sts., Portland. Or.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS SI. 500,000. 00.
Oldest National Bank on the Pacific Coast,
A, L. MILLS President
J. W. NEWKIRK Cashier
W C. ALVORD '.Assistant Cashier
B .F- STEVENS 2d Assistant Cashier
PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY OF
Oldest Trust Company In Oregon.
RESOURCES OVER f 2,000,000.
2 per cent Interest on check accounts
(even hundreds) on dally balances of $500
or over. Letters of credit and exchange on -all
parts of the world. Savings account 1
per cent Time certificates 3 to 4 per cent;
short-call special certificates. $500 or over..
2 to 4 per cent.
Call for Book of "Illustrations.'
Fhone Private Exchange 72.
S E. Corner Third and Oak; Streets.
BEN J- I. COHEN President
H L. PITTOCK Vice-President
B LEE PAGET Secretary
j o GOLTRA Assistant Secretary
W. M. Ladd. C E. Ladd. J. W. Ladd.
LA DD A TILT ON.
Transact a General Banking Business. -SAVINGS
Savings Books Issued on Savings Deposits.
Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK
J. FRANK WATSON President
R L. DURHAM Vice-President
R. W. HOYT Cashier
GEORGE W. HOYT Assistant Cashier
S. C. CATCHING 2d Assistant Cashier
TRANSACTS GENERAL BANKING
United States Depository.
Drafts and letters of credit issued, avail
able in all parts of the world.
Collections a specialty. -
THE BANK OF CALIFORNIA
(Established in 1864 )
HEAD OFFICE. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
PRESIDENT HOMER S. KINO
Gen Man. of Branches.. W. MACKINTOSH
Capital paid up $4,000,000
Surplus and undivided profits. . .$10,153,873
A General Banking and Exchange Business
Letters of credit issued, available in all
parts of the world. Interest paid on time
Accounts opened for sums of $10 and up
ward. WM. A. MACRAE Manager
J. T. BURTCHAELL Assistant Manager
BANKERS' AND LUMBERMEN'S BANK
Corner Second and Stark Streets.
D. C. PELTON President'
FRED H. ROTHCHILD. .1st Vice-President
JOHN A. KEATING 2d Vice-President
E. C. MEARS Cashier
H. D- STORY Assistant Cashier
PLATT A PLATT General Counsel
Commercial and Savings Departments.
.Drafts and Letters of Credit issued Avail
able la All Parts of th Worl7.