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THE MORXIXG OREGONIAN", THURSDAY, APRIL 18. 190T.
FOB SALE BAL ESTATE.
$1600 a-room cottagt. - blocks from
S2400 7 -room modern house.
SHOOO 8 room strictly modern house
and two fine lots. ,
$6no Small house and two lots.
s;;.-,n Nice corner lot, near Golf Links.
f00- Two lots, corner 19th and Clacka
mas. SEIXWOOD TOWNSITE CO.
H. P. PALMER. M sr.
OfTtre at Sell wood, opp. Fire Station.
Get off cur at Tenlno st. Phone Sell wood
lUl. Falling bldg. Phone Main 56GL
m:rurr an residence its, 50x132,
fronting on oregon city carline
at oak grovb station: fare 8
cents ; building restrictions;
prices $125 to $:ito per lot; terms
$25 down. $5 per month; agent will,
escort parties from our office
at 2 p. m. on mondays. wednes
days, fridays. a plat may ee had
for the asking. phone us and we
will mail sam k. m'omber & deffen
raugh. 410 stearns bldg. phone
HOLLAD A Y ADDITION.
Corner lot. $1500; inside. $1300.
Houxe" and Quarter block, $M00.
1IOLUDAY PARK ADDITION,
Quarter block, $1000.
Inside lot. $70.
We have 30 lots and 15 houses, all of
which are choice In this location.
BECK & RICE,
Main office Branch office
80S Failing bids. Real Estate.J 6.W Wasco st.
Main 3407. East 2402.
$6000 FOR 100x100 FEET OF VACANT
ground on Williams ave., suitable for
erecting business block with stores be
low and rooms above; this piece is con
siderably below surrounding prices, and
i-arrfes a good speculative value; a 3-story
brick Is to be built on adjoining quarter;
K-J se the property; It Is 100 feet south
. cf the S. E. corner of Williams ave. and
' Hancock st. For terms see 314. Chamber
KLAMATH COUNTRY IN OREGON RE
clamatlon service expending S5.000.000 r-
rigating 250.000 acres. Finest of farming
, and timber lands. Large cities growing.
New railroads through the land. Lots on
i monthly payments. Send Ave 2-cent
tamps for illustrated pamphlet. Klamata
Development Co., iviamath ans. ur.
$460 for a flue comer on 44th. mear Haw
thorns ave., small payment down.
$2650 fr a quarter block on Tillamook
sireet, close to Union avenue.
SI "00 Very desirable fraction on Stark
st reet. near new H Iph School.
HAGBMANN. ft BLANCH ARX, 91 5th at.
GENERAL STORE BUILDING AND LOT
SOxlOo. East Side, $5000. Everything mod
ern; doing a business of $2500 & month.
Owner leaving city on account of sickness.
II. W. GARLAND A CO.,
101 Fourth St.
46000 W EST SIDE MODERN HOME IN
talking distance; eight room and bath; ce
ment basement, laundry trays; two years
old. 407 Jefferson st.
MORGAN. SWEET A CHAPMAN.
213 Abington bldg. Phone Main 2015.
nNF! LOT FOR A HOM E BEAUTIFUL
sightly quarter. Third and Woods streets; a
splendid place upon which to build. For
rale chfap and upon very eaty terms. See
A. H. Eller. secy. Eilers Piano House, Park
FARRISH. WATKINS ft CO.. 250 ALDER
st. Real estate, rentals, loans and in
surance. We make a specialty of handling
rentals and property for residents ana
nonresidents. Established 1872. Main 1644.
A GOOD SIX-ROOM HOUSES ON EAST 26TH
H. B. DICKINSON.
4oS Commercial bldg.
Phone Pacific 27.
6-KOOM MODERN HOUSE. ONE BLOCK
from M;rriaon car. New. well built, every
convenience. East facing. Price only
XL'ooo. J. A. Moehnke, 209 Commercial
$10 DOWN. $5 PER MONTH BUYS 40X120
ft. lot in Tremont. Mount Scott line; 60
ft. streets, 20-ft alleys: come early and get
your pick. Purse, 315 Chamber of Com
merce. BY OWNER MODERN. 8 ROOMS. FUR
nace. good condition ; full lot ; fine neigh
borhood: $I.o50; $750 cash, balance easy.
SS4 E. Yamhill and 29th. Phone East 400.
GOOD WASHINGTON ST. BUY A FULL
lot on this fine thoroughfare, and $10,000
cash will handle It. See A. H. EUers, secy.
Eilers Piano House, Park and Washington.
WILL FELL CHEAP (MUST LEAVE TOWN)
7-room house and barn on ground 100x100,
or any part thereof; this is your chance.
934 Rodney avenue, corner Skldmore.
COTTAGE AT SEASIDE; MODERN, WELL
furnished, electric lighted, sanitary toi
lets, bath, city water, etc ; overlooks the
ocean. Edgar B. Piper, Oregonian.
- $2600 40x108 AND OOOD 7-ROOM
house, B. 17th at., near Morrison; noth
ing so cheap in this vicinity. W. O. Wad
del, 817 Lumber Exchange.
$2000 TERMS TO SUIT. A WELL-BUILT
7-room house; 2 lots; ten large bearing fruit
i Trees; small barn; on Sell wood car line.
Siate Land Co.. 133V, First at.
$2150 NICE LOT AND GOOD 6-ROOM
house; gas, porcelain bath, sewer, good lo
cation; Income $18 per month; terms, W.
O. Waddel, 817 Lumber Exchange.
$4050 100x100 AND 4 BROOM COT
tages. Income $43 per month; a good In
vestment. W. O. Waddel. SIT Lumber
Exchange, 2d and Stark.
$Jl DOWN. $5 PER MONTH FOR FINE,
sfRhtty lots; price, $175; only a few left.
410 Stearns blrig-, cor. 0th and Morrison.
I Phone Main 1554.
$8000 oOxOO. SOUTHWEST CORNER BAST
, 1st and Oak sts.; fine location for ware
house, with trackage. W. O. Waddel, 317
$300 CASH AND $15.00 MONTHLY WILL
buy a completely furnished 4-room cottage
at 780 Eaflt Tenth su. North. State Land
, Co., 133 F6
B-ROOM COTTAGE. E. 29TH AND HOYT
N. Reasonable terms. 109 2d st. Phone
MUST PBIJj EASY TERMS. FINE HIGH
Jot. 50x100. Glenwood Park. Owner, 64
F R A CT 1 ON AL LOT NEAR E. 10TH AND k'
Morrison. Owner, 148 E. 16th st. Phono
FOR SALE TIMBER LAWS.
THB LACE Y WAY
In recognised to be the standard way of
handling timber lands. The timber mast
r first satisfy- us, and our cruise reveals
very detail of the conditions surrounding
It. Our reports ar prepared in such a
way that the buyer knows whether or not
the timber will satisfy him before ha
. visits the tract.
Twenty years experience, and the client
age we repreeent, is a sufficient guar
, an tee that our methods are right. You
may waste your valuable time In looking
up the tract you want. Take advantage of
the results of our ova constant efforts
long this line and set the best.
JAMES D. LACK Y & CO-.
Lumber Exchange, Seattle, Wash..
Chamber of Commerce, Portland. Or.
To those seeking such we offer strictly
flmt-clnsb ones, none better Just below the
ferry at Kalama, Washington ; largest ves
sels load here and N. P. Ity. Is only 60 rods
distant; abundance of timber near. For
further Information write or phone, or pref
erably come and see ua Lane A Co.. Kalama,
SAW V ILL.
1 s. OOO. noo f .-e t ch oi co fir 1 1 mber ; 63
borne power; S head horses; complete log
pi ; out f it. 2 engines, 2 boilers, sawdust
and stub nveycrs, everything new and
modern; near O. W. P. Ity.. 20 miles from
Portland; timber alone worth price asked.
C. t SHAY.
Phone Main 1912. 304 Abington bids.
SAWMILL. 2 miles flume from mill to
deep-water dockage, IO.moO.OOo feet yellow
lir; more can be purchased; 2 donkey en
gines, 2 engines; 2 boilers; sawdust and
kUm nntl conveyers; lumber will net $7
por Hum. Will sell timber at actual cost
of ntumpagc, sawmill, etc., thrown hn. C
C. Shay. 304 Abington bldg.. Main 1942.
WE ARB IN POSITION TO GIVE YOU THE
ort of service if you are In the market for
METROPOLITAN TIME BR CO.,
220 S wet land blag.
$300 BUYS RELINQUISHMENT IF TAKEN
this week, forty acres fenced. good log
house, frame barn. 6 miles south of
Moaier. In fruit belt. Call 374 Washing
ton st. Ba:chlor office.
IF YOU WANT SEC. OF GOOD EASTERN
Oregon pine at only $7 per a.re, call or
write this week; bank references required;
no aevnta. Owner, 364 Roan.
CHEAP Si- E- 4 PKCTIOX lO. T. 12 X.. R 9
W.t Pacific County, Washington; 5,500.000
Co.. 110 N. 4th.
$2r 120 A""RES 1.0WKR EXn OF CANNON
Bfweh; fine hunting and ttshing; 4.000,000
timber. C 34. Oregonian.
Timber wanted. Oregon or Washington, large
j Mr small tractsx Sphinx AKeacy, So6ft Stark
FOR SALE FARMS.
L FANCY DAIRY RANCH OF 7O0 ACRES,
with 125 acres adjoining if wanted, rail and
river t ranaporta Uon at place, wi t h i n easy
daily reach of Portland, good buildings, all
farm and daory machinery and large amount
of stock goes with place. A big money
maker and a bargain which will rapidly In
crease In value.
ALFRED A. BAKER,
215-216 Abington bid.
STOCK RANCH AND RANGE.
The choicest selection in Eastern Oregon;
meadow land and range sufficient for thou
sands of cattle; mild climate, beautiful loca
tion luxuriant pasturage, bountifully
watered; $10,000 net annual Income can be
realized on this ranch. For futher particular
ace owner today at office of
B. g. COOK & CO..
251 Alder at.
20 ACRES APPLES AT HOOD RIVER; THB
best of land and trees: will pay every dollar
It costs in two seasons; the very beet buy in
the district and we have option only for 5
days: $5450 is the price, all cash; owner
needs cash at once, or price would be $10,w0.
Epping & Barker, 82 Third St.
$180O Beautifully situated on new alem
carlines. only 4 miles from Courthouse, 8
acres suitable for small chicken ranch or for
flatting; must be sold at once. Phone Main
1942. D. W. Hellman, 304 Abington bid.
ONE OF THE BEST CLOSE TO PORTLAND.
$8000 A good price but hardly enough for
that fine 80-acre farm at Damascus; easy
day's drive to Portland and back In one day;
good terms can be arranged.
F. FUCHS, 22m Morrison Street.
DAIRY FARM ON SAITVIBS ISLAND, Co
lumbia County. Oregon; 100 acres, all
cleared and in clover; house, milk house.
2 barns, A'Z young cows. 100 head Cots
wold sheep. 25 tons clover hay. Owner,
J. Horst, Ridgefield, Wash.
J.TOOO For 35-acre. well Improved farm. 10
milea from Portland, near Sycamore; $1000
ca:h, balance easy ; no better buy on the
F. FUCHS. 2214 Morrison Street.
DT YOU WOULD LEARN ABOUT TBS
great Flathead Indian reservation, soon to
open, send 10 cent (sliver or stamps) for our
32-page booklet. Address Flathead Reserva
tion Information Agency. Missoula, Mont.
WELL-IMPROVED FARM, 60 ACRES;
choice land joining: city limits; good bultd
lns; stock and machinery Included. For
further particulars address Box 27, El ma,
15 ACRES. 30 MINUTES' RIDE FROM Busi
ness center, all In cultivation: will sell part;
price and terms very reasonable. Purse, 315
Chamber of Commerce bldg.
FOR SALE 6 ACRES, ALL IN BEARING
fruit; good 8-room house; good outbuild
ings; close to Vancouver, Wash. 4 N. 4th,
st. Phone Pacific 2082.
CHICKEN RANCH, $150 CASH; 3 ACRES,
fine soil, cleared; 4-room house, cellar, well,
fruits, near carline; price $700; enap. 242
Fifth and Main.
DAIRY A NO. 1 PAYING DAIRY AND
milk route for sale at a bargain If taken
soon. R. F. D. No. 3, box 75, Eugene, Or.
$25 PER ACRE, WELL IMPROVED FARM.
320 acres, 8 miles from Salem; must be
sold to settle estate. O 3, Oregonian.
FOR SALE FARMS. DAIRY RANCHES,
timber lands; only at bargains. Write
Joseph Parker, Hoi brook. Oregon.
SEE OUR LIST OF FARMS, CITY AND
suburban real estate. Jenne, Trimble Jk
Trimble, 411 Marquam bldg
WANTED REAL ESTATE.
WHAT HAVE YOU TO SELL?
Any persons having small places they
wish to convert Into ready cash, any good
bargains, should at once be offered.
THE DUNN-LAWRENCE CO.,
CASH TO INVEST,
14914 First Bt.
WANTED LOT ABOUT 40 OR 50x50. WITH
or without house. West Side, south of Mor
rison, west of 5th; give location, lowest
price. Address Buyer, A 43, Oregonian.
WB HAVE BUYERS FOR ALL KINDS OF
property. What have you to offer 7 Ken
nedy ft Ulckok, Room 325, Lumber Ex
change. WANTED COTTAGE. 6 OR 6 ROOMS,
close In. Bast or West side; give location
and price. F 41, Oregonian.
WANTED NEW, UP TO DATE WEST SIDE
home, corner preferred. S3000 to $15,000; no
agents. D 42, Oregonian.
WANTED LOT OR FRACTION, WITH OR
without small house; state particulars. R 27,
WANTED LOTS OR ACREAGE NEAR
Portland; also acreage on Willamette. W 30,
I WANT EAST SIDE PROPERTY; COME
quick. J. J. ueaer, corner urana ave. and
FOR QUICK SALE LIST YOUR PROPERTY
with r . Dubois, Washington bldg, room 3.
WANTED TO BUY HOMESTEAD RELIN
Qulshment. P 39. tOregonian.
FARM OF 160 ACRES IN PROSPEROUS
part of Missouri for sale, or will ex
change for Portland property. Address
G. N. H., room 7. 250 Alder st.
TO EXCHANGE: LOTS AND STORE
building. West Seattle, for Portland - or
Oregon, property. 310 Chamber of Com
merce. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE) FOR HOUSE
and lot. first-class paying rooming-house,
worth about $1800; long lease. 508 Alder.
IN EUGENE THREE GOOD LOTS FOR LOT
In Po it lan d . See E ast Side Invest ment
Company, 293 East Morrison st.
WANTED TIMBER LANDS.
TO OWNERS OF TIMBER CLAIMS AND
timber: We will buy for cash any good
timber tributary to the Nehalem River.
Will deal with owners only. Write guvlng
full particulars. Nehalem Investment Co.,
823 Chamber of Commerce bldg., Portland,
SPRX'CR TIMBER LAND WANTED TRIBU
tary to Columbia River. AddTejw F 34, care
of the Oregonian, giving Quantity, location
WANTED A WELL-LOCATED TRACT OF
timber tributary to Columbia River for log
ging purposes. V 44. Oregonian.
WANTED AND FOR SALE LAND SCRIP
All kinds. Including approved forest reserve
scrip for surveyed, un surveyed timber and
prairie Government land. H. M. Hamilton,
The Portland, Portland. Or.
FOR RENT FARMS.
FOR RENT SMALL FARM; HOUSE. BARN,
etc.; 10 miles from city. West Side. In
quire 194 1st st.
Horses, Vehicles, Etc.
BROWN MARE. WEIGHT 1290 LBS. ; IS
aound; drives single or double; also a good
ranch horse; little thin, but sound, very
cheap: 2 sets of farm or teaming harness.
Call 23 N. 14th St.
New grocery, laundry, bakery, milk wagons,
100 second-hand vehicles; single, double fur
niture wagons; horses, rigs rented. To ml in -son
ft Ca&slday. 211 Waeh. Pacific A7.
TOP WAGONS. GOOSE-NECK; FURNITURE
wegons. express wagons, runabouts, horses,
vehicles and harness of all descriptions for
sale or rent. Hubert ft Hall. 266 Fourth st.
ONE TEAM OF HORSES. WEIGH SHOO. 5
and 6 years old: wagon and harness almost
new. fire 3 and 3. 22S Jefferson at., at the
feed bam. A
HORSES FOR SALE 10 SPANS, 1100 TO
1 OOo pounds. 489 Overton, between 13th
and 14th; take S car. Freedman Bros.
HORSES FOR SALE 1 VERY STYLISH BAY
driving horse. 1 black mare, vouug. line
looker. See C. Dotty, 149 First st.
WANTED TO HIRE 10 TEAMS.
STAR SAND CO.,
Foot loth st.
A FINE LITTLE YOUNG TEAM FOR
sale. 248 Front st.
PIANOS! PIANOS! PIANOS!
Great sacrifice sale of pianos, as here
tofore advertised at 3r0 Alder street. The
consignee is instructed to dispose of every
piano at actual factory cost. These pianos
are from some of the well-known manu
facturers, and a guarantee bond for ten
years goes with every piano, and will b
delivered at your residence free of charge.
Terms, cash "r easy monthly payments.
Chance of a life time; must vacate store
W. T. SHAN AH AN, Consignee.
ALL BAR FIXTURES. GLASSE3 AND Ap
pliances used In a saloon for sals at The
Office Cafe. 255 Washlngtoa at, Apply to
FOR 6 AXE.
NOTICE: THB UNDERSIGNED WILL OP
fer for sale his imported pure breed English
Shire stallion. Lord Roosevelt. for two
weeks. Said cold will be 2 years old in
May. Imported from Iowa last month, and
while he will at maturity make close to a
ton horse, he has wonderful action and Is as
game as a peacock. P. L. Kenady, Wood
$$$ THE LARGEST AND CLEANEST $$$
second-hand store in Oregon We can now
offer to the public the most complete
stock of furniture, stoves, bedding, etc,
etc.; new and good as new; If you will
save time and money go to the Dollar, 232
First, near Main.
60 SLIGHTLY DAMAGED SEWING MA
chines at very low prices; Singer, Wheeler
ft Wilson, Domestic, White. Household.
Davis and others; to make room for new
stock. Wheeler & Wilson and Singers. 8. S.
BIgel, 335 Morrison st.. Marquam bldg.
SPECIALS THIS WEEK AT 232 1ST ST.
fciSvascade range, new, $25; $3.50 wool top
mattresses from 75c to $2.50; oil paintings,
$1 each, and a thousand other bargains at
the Dollar, 232 1st st. ,
FOR SALE NEW AND SECOND-HAND B1L-
llard and pool tables; easy payments; we
rent tables, with privilege of buying; mod
ern bar fixtures: cheap prices. Brunswlck-Balke-Collender,
49 3d st.
FOR SALE SET OF I. C. S. ELECTRICAL
engineering text-books in excellent condi
tion; cost $75; will sell for less than half.
Inquire 584 E. Ankeny st. Phone East 871.
CHEAP NEW EDISON ORAPHAPHONE
with some records and record case and re
corder. Call rooming-house, southeast cor
ner 2d and Columbia.
A BARGAIN IF TAKEN AT ONCH COM
plete furnishings of dining-room, kitchen
and two bedrooms. International Hotel, 72
GOOD 300-LIGHT DIRECT CURRENT 110
volt dynamo, all complete and in good run
ning order. Simon Bros., 244 Front st.
GREATEST POULTRY RANCH IN WEST
Cheap; on 6 acres rented land, near Port
land. See Wolfstein, 227 Front st.
FOR SALE CIRCUS TENT; 60 -FT. ROUND
top. 2 30-ft. middle pieces, seats, lights,
band uniforms, etc. 369 23d st.
A FEW FINE CAPONS, CHICKENS,
weight from 8 to 10 lbs.; see them at 088
Union ave. North, or phone Woodlawn 445.
CASH PAID FOR FURNITURE. FIXTURES
and merchandise. Phone Mala 1620. J.
T. Wilson, auctioneer.
MOTION PICTTTRB MACHINE. $25; lOO
views, $10; 1000 feet film, $30. Room 2, 145
6th st. .
Automobile for sale; must sell on account of
leaving city. Apply 204 Macleay bldg.
HELP WANTED MALE.
WANTED ENGINEER FOR LARGE SAW
mlll; must be able to do lathe work; wages
$125; oiler for mill, $2.75; blacksmith and
machinist for logging camp, $4 to $4.ou; camp
blacksmith, $3.50; tool sharpener, $75 and
board; 4 rough carpenters, $3.50; 2 ratchet
setters, $3; carriage riders, $2.50; 2 yard
tallymen, $2.5o; mill hreman, $75 to $80;
LUMBERMEN'S LABOR BUREAU,
12 North 2d st.
BOYS TO WORK IN CRACKER FACTORY;
good wages; steady employment. Apply Pa
cific Coast Biscuit Co., 12th and Davis sts.
WANTED 2 DONKEY DRIVERS, $4 .PER
day and board; 2 woodcutters, $2.50 and
board; 1 rigging rustler, $5.75; 2 hook tend
ers. $6.75; 2 set fa Hers, $3.75 and board; 2
filers, $.t and board. Alpine Employment
Office, 205 H Morrison st, room 2.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS CABINETMAK
ers. Steady work and good wages to com
petent men. State experience and where
last employed. Washington Mill Com
pany, Spokane, Wash.
WANTED BRIGHT BOY ABOUT 16
years old for office work. Answer Jn own
handwriting, giving references ana phone
number. Address M 41, care Oregonian.
WANTED SALESMEN, ALL LINES,
bookkeepers and stenographers for posi
tions now open; salary $900 to $1800.
Commercial Abstract Co., Raleigh bldg.
DO YOU DESIRE TO DARN $25 WEEKLY?
Have short hours, easy work? Then learn
to operate motion pictures; terms reasona
ble. Newman's, room 2, 145 6th.
THE MEIER ft FRANK STORE CAN PLACE
several boys to learn the business; good pay
and rapid advancement. Apply to the super
intendent, 7:30 to 10 A. M.
WANTED AT ONCE. TWO YOUNG MEN
over 21 years; must know both city and
state well and be rustlers; good references.
301 S we Hand bldg.
WANTED YOUNG MAN TO WORK IN EM-
?loyment office; prefer man who can use
ype writer. Lumberman's Labor Bureau, 12
North 2d st.
WELL EDUCATED BOY, ABOUT 16 YEARS
of age, wanted for office work and as mes
senger. G 41, Oregonian.
WANTED OFFICE BOY AT REMINGTON
Typewriter Co.. 249 Stark st. ; salary $5 per
week to begin.
BOY TO WORK IN AN OFFICE AND DE
liver letters. Apply 218 Chamber of Com
merce bldg. '
WANTED A DRESSER TENDER ON
plain work. Address Union Woolen Mills,
THE FRANK L. SMTTH MEAT CO., 226-228
Alder st., wants a first-class sausage-maker;
WANTED BOY TO WORK IN WHOLESALE
house; steady position. Address C 41, Ore
gonian. W A NTED ONE FIRST-CLA SS WAITER,
$14 a week. Apply at 41 3d st.. Peerless
WE 6ECURB EMPLOYMENT FOR MUM
bers. Special membership. $2. Y. M. C. A.
O. K. EMPLOYMENT OFFICE HELP FUR
nlshed free to employers. 33 N. 2d. M. 3707.
WANTED 2 CARPENTERS FOR FRAM
lng, at once. Hammond Mfg. Co., 54 1st et.
WANTED TAILOR FOR REPAIR WORK
and pressing at J. Harris. 312 Alder st.
WANTED ICE CREAM MAKER. MUST
know the business. 332 Washington st.
Young Man desiring to better condition
Call on Employment Dept.. Y. M. C A.
WANTED A RELIABLE YOUNG MAN TO
handle fish and poultry. M 43, Oregonian.
THE MEIER ft FRANK CO. WANT A BU8H
elman foe their men's clothing department.
WANTED YOUNG MAN TO DRIVE GRO
cery wagon; references. J 42. Oregonian.
MUST HAVE GOOD MAN IN REAL Es
tate office; a rustler. Call at 63 6th st.
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED BOOK
keeper; references. W 12, Oregonian.
SALESMEN BIG WAGES; SOMETHING
positively new. 215 Commercial block.
WANTED A FIRST-CLASS VALET; GOOD
wages. Apply Valet, S 37, Oregonian.
ELEVATOR BOY WANTED. DOUGHERTY,
Flthian shoe Co.. Inquire 67 5th st.
500 men wanted Free shaves and haircuts.
248 Couch st. Moler Barber College.
WANTED YOUNG MAN. ABOUT IS
years old. In factory. 233 Couch st.
OFFICE BOY 16 TO 18 YEARS OLD. Ap
ply Union Meat Co., 4th and Gllsan.
WANTED PARTNER WITH $175 FOR PAY
ing cash business. B 35, Oregonian.
BOYS. 16 TO IT YEARS OF AGE. APPLY AT
once to Olds, Wortman ft King.
WANTED FRAME MAKER. THB CHRIS
1 1 arisen Art Co.. 375 Stark st.
BARBER WANTED AT ONCE; GOOD
steady job. Call 48 23d.
WANTED AT ONCE, 3 WHITE WAITERS
at the Hill Hotel.
WANTED A BARTENDER. L. RICHARD.
6t. Johns, Oregon.
MAN WANTED TO SHEAR GOATS. 303
Commercial bWr. v
BOY WANTED TO WORK IN OFFICES. AP
ply 00 First st.
WANTED MATTRBSS-MAKER. 18 AKD 20
BARBER WANTED STEADY JOB. 122 N.
A FIRST-CLASS FRY COOK. QUELLE
WANTED BELLBOY. APPLY ESMOND
WANTED PANTS MAKER. 124 12TH ST.
lMOLDER WANTED. S38 SHERLOCK BLDG.
HELP WANTED MALE.
WA NTE3D BOYS ABOUT lfi YEARS OLD
for factory; steady work. Ames-Harris-Neville
Co., -6th and Davis sts.
WANTED FOR U. S. A ft STY, AT3LE-BOD-lrd
unmarried men, between ages of 21
and S3, citizens of United States, of good
character and temperate habits, who can
speak, read or write English. Apply to
Recruiting Officer, Ainsworth block. Third
and Oak sts., Portland, Or.
WANTED FOR BECKWITH, CAL.. ON
Western Pacific Railroad, 500 tunnel men,
machine men, $4: helpers. $3.50; muckers,
$2.50 and $3; foreman. $4.50 and $5; car
penters. $3 to $4.50; skinners. $3: board $5
per week: 2-year Job. The Utah Construction
Co., Cromberg, Gal.
BUILDING MECHANICS WANTED
Bricklayers. $6 per day; also want stone
cutters, $5.00 per day; plasterers. $6, and
plumbers, $0.50 per day; union men pre
ferred; work here the year round. Master
Builders Association, 400 Boston block,
THE PIONEER EMPLOYMENT CO IS
now located at 16 North 2d st., corner
Burnside. and has one of the best locations
in the city for securing help; we are in
. no way connected with the Morrlson-st.
office. Phone Main 2278. F. I. Bradford.
ALL DISEASES OF MEN SUCCESSFULLY
treated; discharges positively cured In from
1 to 5 days; consultation free and strictly
confidential; send for our symptom blank.
X-radlum Medical Institute, 3d and Alder
sts.; entrance 253 Alder St.. Portland.
WANTED THREE EXPERIENCED
solicitors; high-class proposition; country
work; business thoroughly established.;
sells on Its merits. No Insurance or bonds.
Strictly legitimate. State experience. Sal
ary or commission. G 44. Oregonian.
POSITIONS . IN RAILWAY MAIL, POST
offlce, customs service, are permanent;
chance for promotion; let us prepare you for
examinations. West Coast Correspondence
Schools, 714 Cham. Com. Opn evenings.
PROTECT YOURSELF FOR $1 PER MONTH
against accident, sickness and death. Write
or can for full information. Northwestern
Health and Accident Association. 31 Mallory
bldg.. 26S Stark. Agents wanted.
WANTED A FIRST-CLASS RETAIL IM
plement, wagon and vehicle salesman who
can handle warehouse and successfully push
the sale of a first-class line of vehicles for
city of Portland; state details; confidential.
O 44, Oregonian.
WANTED MEN TO PREPARE FOR RATL
way mail clerk, over 18. under 35 years, phy
sically strong, not less than 5 ft. 6 in.
height. Examinations coming. Write form 131,
Pacific States Schools, McKay bldg.
WANTED A FEW MORE GOOD LIVE
salesmen to sell out Coast-grown trees.
Money advanced each week. Outfit fur
nished free. Write us for particulars. Al
bany Nurseries. Albany. Or.
MEN AND WOMEN TO LEARN BARBER
trade in eight weeks; graduates earn from
$15 to $23 weekly; expert instructors; cata
logue free. Moler System of Colleges, 35
Ncrth Fourth street. Portland.
WANTED FIRST - CLASS DRY GOODS
and notion man to arrange and appraiso
a stock; also girl to help. Apply the
Shafer-Whlttier Co., 426 and 427 Lumber
Exchange bldg. -
TO WORK FOR A GOOD FUTURE WANT-
ea Drignt Doy, good education, good at fig
ures; an opportunity for a young man of
good stock, with a leading jobbing house. H
KELSO EMPLOYMENT ft REAL ESTATE
The largest list of farm, timber, stump
land In Cowlits County, Washington; free
employment at principal camps, M.
YOUNG MAN. FORCIBLE CHARACTER.
gooa appearance, wanted to act as stenog
rapher In cigar house and' go on the road
after becoming- familiar with the line. H 42,
Men and womei to learn watchmaking, engrav-
ns. jeweier worn, optics, easy terms; posi
tions guaranteed ; money made learning.
Watch mkg-Engvg. Sch'l. 1426 4th av. Seattle
International Correspondence Schools of
Scran ton received In one month 3303 let
ters from students telling of Increased sal
aries; local representative, 614 McKay bid.
Men and boys wanted to learn plumbing,
plastering, bricklaying, electrical trades;
free catalogue; positions secured. Coyne
Trade Schools, New York and San Fran.
MAN TO MILK 10 TO 16 COWS, WASH
cans and attend separator; $40 per month;
also man to work around place, $35 per
month. Le wist on Farm Dairy Company.
WANTED 2 COMPETENT CLOTHING
salesmen: good positions. Apply this morn
ing after 9 A. M. to the Shafer-Whlttier Co.,
426 and 427 Lumber Exchange bldg.
WANTED COMPETENT BOOKKEEPER
for wholesale house; state age, experience
and salary wanted; send references with ap
plication. Address O 43, Oregonian.
FIRST-CLASS EXPERIENCED SOLICITOR
for high-grade work. Steady position;
good pay. State experience and give tele
phone number. O 45, Oregonian.
WANTED MAN AND WIFE WHO UNDER
stand farm work to go on a stock farm,
German preferred. C. Minsinger, Star Sand
Co., foot 16th at., city.
YOUNG MAN FOR ADVERTISING DEPT.
of Prof. Wal Wilson's dancing eohool, 804
Alisky bldg. party to work about 2 or 3
hours each day will do.
WANTED EXPERIENCED FARM HAND.
with or without family, to work hop yard
20 miles from city; liberal wages. Apply
ovi m. civ ay Diag.
YOUNG MAN FOR ADVERTISING DEPART
ment of Wlllson's Dancing School; party who
can devote about 2 or 3 hours daily will do.
304 Alisky bldg.
WANTEDAN EXPERIENCED SHIPPING
clerk; one familiar with the mechanical
rubber goods business preferred. Address C
WANTED A FIRST-CLASS SALESMAN AT
- once; fine position for th right man, one
who is an experienced solicitor. E 41, Ore
FIRST-CLASS BARBER WAGES $16 A
wees, ana percentage ail over. m. JacKSOn,
barber , shop, 14 N. 1st St., North -Yakima,
FIRST-CLASS BARBER; WAGES $10 A
week and per cent, all over. Wm. Jackson
Barber Shop, 14 First St., N. Yakima,
DANCING LESSONS. 25c. private and Classes,
taught dally. Prof. Wal Wilson, offices and
academy, AHsky bldg., 3d and Morrison sts.
IF YOU WANT A POSITION OR HELP OF
any kind, call at 209 Alisky bldg., or phone
jnain avai. merits Registration Bureau,
PHYSICIAN WANTED. REGISTERED IN
State of Oregon, for office work; good salary-
Call at room 528, Hotel Perkins.
WANTED A FIRST - CLASS GROCERY
salesman to work up grocery trade. Ap
ply f. j. Aiarquarasen, ieppner, or.
WANTED ERRAND BOY WITH WHEEL;
wages per month. Chapman Adver
tising Co., Commonwealth bldg.
GERMAN-AMERICAN EMPLOYMENT CO.
furnishes all kinds of male help free. 233
Duiuwue ni. i nunc inn in vtvo.
SALESMAN WANTED A CITY SALESMAN,
one familiar with the druggist sundry busl
ness. Address E 43, Oregonian.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY, 4 OR 5 GOOD
stocK saaaie nanas. Apply to the Great
West Saddlery Co., Calgary.
BUSHELMAN WANTED FOR REPAIR
work In clothing store, permanently. Jas.
J. Padden, Vancouver, Wash.
TOY SALESMAN. WOULD BE WELL IF HE
had a knowledge of furniture, wanted at
once. Olds. Wortman & King.
TAILOR WANTED FOR REPAIR WORK IN
clothing store. Jas. J. Padden, 602-604 Main
street, Vancouver, Wash.
WANTED WEAVERS ON FLANNEL TO
run two looms. Address Santa, Rose. Woolen
Mills. Santa Rosa. Calif.
WANTED A MAN TO WORK IN FANCY
grocery; none except experienced need ap
ply. L 81,- Oregonian.
WANTED TWO CARPENTERS FOR IN-
side finishing. Apply Clapshaw. foot of
hill. Rose City Park.
WANTED EXPERIENCED MALE STENOG
rajiher. of railroad experience preferred. Adt
dress A. 41, Oregonian.
BARBER WANTED AT ONCE-; STEADY
job: $16 per week, half over $22. C. H.
Kastner, Rainier, Or.
A JAP OR CHINAMAN MT TS'T HAVH Ex
perience in hotel or rooming-house work.
2- Third st.
BENCH HANDS WANTED. GEORGE
Ainslie ft Co. 16th amd -f etuosxava xw
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
Twenty-five extra salespeop!e wanted for
permanent positions at highest salaries. ac
cortHng to experience and ability. Apply in
person to superintendent Lipmas, Wolfe ft
WANTED GIRLS OVER 16 TEARS OLD TO
work in factory; good wages, steady em
ployment. Apply at once. Ames, Harris,
Neville Co., 5th and Davis streets.
GIRLS TO WORK IN CRACKER FACTORY;
good wages; steady employment. Appiy ra
ciflc Coast Biscuit Co., 12th and Davis sts.
Applicants for all kinds of work, register
with us, free of charge, so we may locate
you on short notice.
HANSEN'S LADIES AGENCY,
$43 Washington St., cor. 7th, upstairs.
THE MEIER ft FRANK CO. REQUIRE
salesladies for their millinery department;
also trimmers and hosiery, glove and corset
hands. Apply SupC's office, 8 to 10 A. M.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY, AN EXPERI
enced second girl; highest wages paid; a
good girl accustomed to general housework
will do. Apply 363 West Park.
GIRLS WANTED OPERATORS TO WORK
on shirts and overalls; lessons given to
Inexperienced. Apply at Standard Factory,
2 Grand ave. and E. Taylor st.
WANTED GOOD COOK. REFERENCE
required, no washing, good wages. Call
In the evening. Mrs. M. Lang, 253 West
Park, corner Madison.
WANTED WOMEN FOR ALTERATION
department who can fit ladies cloaks and
suits, etc. Apply to Mr. Worrell at Gevurta
ft toons, 1(0 first st,
WANTED EXPERIENCED PRESSERS ON
manent position for right party. Berlin Dye
Works. 34" 2d st.
WANTED GIRL TO TAKE CARE OF A T-
year-old child and do light upstairs work.
Apply at Famous Clothing Co., corner Mor
rison and 2d sts.
WANTED A GOOD COOK. 2 IN FAMILY;
no children, small bungalow, iignt worn,
good wages. Phone Pacific 2999, or inquire
235 Stark st.
WANTED GIRL FOR OFFICE WORK WHO
has had experience In telephone exchange.
AddTees K 43, Oregonian, giving age and
WANTEp . HOUSEKEEPERS. COOKS,
nurses, waitresses, second girls. St. Louis
Ladies' Agency, 230 Yamhill. Main S413.
THE FEARFIELD MODERN FURNISHED
suite of, 3 or 4: ladles or gentlemen; also
single room. 143 14th st., corner Wash.
WANTED OPERATORS AND GIRLS TO
learn shirt making. Apply Standard Fac
tory, 2 Gand ave, and E. Taylor at.
WANTED GIRL ABOUT 15 TO TAKE
care of baby. Call 515 "Yamhill st., or
Main 4683. between 10 ana z toaay.
THE BEEHIVE DESIRES SERVICES TWO
experienced salesladies for hosiery, under
wear, corsets, etc. Apply 11 ta.
HOUSEKEEPER 4 ADULTS, AWAY ALL
day ; good wages ; W est Side. Young
Women's Christian Association.
THE MEIER ft FRANK CO. CAN PLACE
several young girls to learn the business;
good pay and rapid advancement.
WANTED EXPERIENCED DINING-ROOM
girls; also upstairs girls. Apply Hotel
jsortonia, itn ana wasmngton.
WOMAN TO ASSIST WITH HOUSEWORK;
easy place; no objection to child. Young
Women's Christian Association.
COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework and cooking. 794 Irving st.
cor. 24th. Phone 'Main 1182.
HANSEN'S LADIES' AGENCY.
$48 Washington St., cor. 7th, upstairs.
Phone Main 2692.
WANTED GERMAN WOMAN AS HOUSE
keeper for widower with 2 young children.
230 Yamhill. Main 5413.
WANTED GIRL OR ELDERLY LADY TO
take care of child. Call after noon on
ground floor. 45 N. 9th st.
WANTED WOMAN FOR GENERAL
housework In rooming-house, and good
wages. 315 Couch, city.
EXPERIENCED WAITRESS FOR HOTEL.
Eastern Oregon, $25. Apply 253 6th. Phone
Main -1 4b. uood home.
WANTED A LADY COOK IN A SMALL
country hotel. Inquire of Col. Hesson,
Hotel zur Jthetnpraiz.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK,
nmall family. Apply mornings, 256 12th
st. Phone Main 315.
WANTED EXPERIENCED HELP IN
latest tailor-made suits and skirts. 181
Third, st. pacinc hub.
AN EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER FOR A
laundry; wages about $10 per week. Ad
dress W 4'z, oregonian.
WANTED EXPERIENCED PRESSERS ON
ladles garments at 148 Grand ave. ; good
wages to rignt party.
WANTED EXPERIENCED FAMILY COOK;
.wages $:5; also second girl, wages $26. 230
Yamhill. Main 5413.
SOLICITORS. LADIES OR GENTLEMEN;
salary $2.50 a day, or $21 a week. Call after
9:30, 188 14th st.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS BOOKKEEPER;
. references required. Apply at Sil vet-field's
In the afternoons.
A GOOD SEWING GIRL AND AN APPRHN
ttce wanted.; apprentice paid while learning.
Phone Pacific 309.
WANTED MILLINERY SALESLADIES
and apprentices. The Sllverfleld Co., 4th
and Morrison st.
WANTED GIRL FOR COOKING AND LIT
tle housework ; wages $30. 741 Glisan st.
Phone Mais 1776.
GIRLS WANTED TO WORK IN CANDY
factory experienced ones preferred. Call
104 N. 5th st.
COMPETENT GIRL FOR COOKING AND
general housework; small family. Call at
06 Lucre t la st. -
WANTED EXPERIENCED CHAMBERMAID
and two waitresses. Apply Elton Court, 11th
WANTED A GOOD COOK FOR SMALL HO
tel. Write Louie Helmeng, Trout dale. Or.,
WANTED COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN
eral housework; family small. Apply 449
West Park st.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK IN
family of three. 695 Marshall st. Phone
FIVE IRONER8 WANTED AT UNITED
States Laundry Co., Grand ave. and East
WA NTED EXPERIENCED GIRL TO As
sist dressmaker. 527 Johnson st. Phone
GOOD SENSIBLE GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework; 4 in family; suburb. Phono
WOM A N OF BRAINS A N3 A BIHTY TO
think, to take responsible position. R 32,
Oregonian. v .
WANTED TWO GIRLS TO WORK IN THE
heet music department. Grave ft Co.. 3i!8
WANTED EXPERT PRESSERS, EXPERT
fitters, expert alteration hands. B 45, Or
egonian. WANTED A NEAT TOITJCG GIRL TO TAKE
care of child 3 years old. 414 7th, corner
Hall St. , -
GIRL TO DO LIGHT HOUSBWOR K ;
family of two. Apply 305 11th St., morn
ings. GIRL TO TAKE CARE OF TWO CHIL-
rirai. 3 and 5, Good home. 314 Mill, corner
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
Experienced millinery saleswomen wanted
at on-e; good salaries and positions. Apply
to Lipman, Wolfe ft Co.
WANTED DRESSMAKER'S HELPER.
Coma prepared to work. Room 22, Lewis
GIRL TO ASSTST GENERAL HOUSEWORK;
no cooking; good home, Cohn Bros., 180 1st
WANTED GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK,
small family; no children. Apply 367 10th
GIRL TO ASSIST GENERAL HOUSEWORK;
no cooking; good home. Cohn Bros.. 180 1st
Y0TrNG CTRL TO ASSIST IN LIGHT HOUSE
work; family of two; no children. 1T2 N.
WANTED GTRL FOR OFFICE; STATE
age. references. Address P. O. drawer 727,
WANTED GIRL TO ASSIST WITH HOUSE-
work in small family. 529 Johnson, near
WANTED EXPERIENCED COOK IN PRI
vate boarding-house at once. 389 Tay
WANTED EXPERIENCED GIRL FOR
general housework. Apply 248 N. 20th st.
GIRL WANTED FOR GENERAL HOT'SE
work, S0 Lovejoy st. Phone Main 2929.
WANTED EXPERIENCED HAIR DRESSER
and manlcurer. Rosenthal Bisters, 109 7th st.
WANTED AT 473 MAIN ST.. A GOOD
girl for general housework. Good wages.
JACKET AND SKIRT HANDS WANTED
at once. Apply to Olds, Wortman & King.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work, two in family. 170 North 23d st.
WANTED AT 473 MAIN ST.. A GOOD
girl for general 4iousework. Good wages.
GIRI6 WANTED TO WORK IN TAILOR
shop. Union Tallorlag Co., 305 Stark st.
WANTED MILLINERY APPRENTICES;
salary while learning. The Golden Eagle.
WANTED GOOD COOK FOR FAMILY OF
three; good wages. Telephone Main 3750.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work; family of 3. Phone Main 2937.
DANCING LESSONS, 26c WILSON'S
School, Alisky bldg., Sd and Morrison sts.
GIRLS WANTED APPLY STANDARD FAC
tory. Z Grand ave. and East Taylor st.
WANTED EXPERIENCED GIRL FOR
general houpework. Apply 354 10th st.
WANTED A LADY VESTMAKER AND
helper on coats at 220 Goodnough bldg.
WANTED EXPERIENCED IRONERS. IN
dependent Laundry Co., 266 Gllsan st.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. 470 10th st. Good wages.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS SECOND GIRL;
wages $30 per month. 190 King st.
WANTED GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework; 3 In family. 128 14th st.
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED WAITRESS
at the Beverly, Park and: Yamhill.
WANTED GOOD WAITRESS, OWL RES-
taurant, 289 East Morrison st.
WANTED GIRL TO ASSIST IN HOUSE
work. Apply 747 Gllsan t.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS WAIST TRIM
mers. 506 Marquam bldg.
WANTED A GOOD SEWER.
474 Washington st.
WANTED GIRLS TO LAY MACARONI. Ap
ply 109 N. 6th st.
WANTED A YOUNG NURSE GIRL. 265
13th st, ...
HELP WANTED MALE OB FEMALE.
DISHWASHERS (CHINESE, JAPANESE).
Springs. $40; cooks, milkers, fallers. 25
waitresses (city, 2 Walla Walla, Hood
River) ; chambermaids. housekeepers ($20,
child); others; domestics. Drake's, 205
situation; wanted male.
Bookkeepers and Clerks.
A MAN OF LARGE EXECUTIVE EXPER
1 ence In manufacturing and wholesale
business wants position In Oregon or Wash
ington, tn the management of a good busi
ness requiring a practical man; age 35; prac
tical accountant as well as practical mana
ger. B 45, Oregonian.
YOUNG MAN. AGE 20, HIGH SCHOOL
graduate, wants position with opportunity
for advancement. No objection to hard
work. Send post card to Victor Brown,
412 10th t.
JAPANESE LABOR ASSOCIATION CAN
furnish domestic servants, farmers, also;
all kinds of help. Main 4659. 268 Everett.
POSITION AS ENGINEER OR WATCHMAN;
one fully understands engines and boilers;
references. W 44, Oregonian.
NEW WINDOWS AND HOUSBCLEANING.
Phone Main 6573. evening. 8 to 10. Thomas
Green, 122 Seventh st.
FIRST-CLASS CAKE BAKER FROM EAST
wishes permanent position; ci.ty or country.
C 37, Oregonian.
YOUNG MARRIED MAN. WELL ACQUAINT
ed with city, wants position as driver. X 42,
HONEST JAPANESE BOYS WANT ANY
kind of work in city or country. G 45, Ore
gonian. Experienced, good Japanese gardener wants
-work by day or contract. Phone Main 4707.
SITUATION WANTED FEMALE.
Bookkeepers and Stenograph era.
EXPERIENCED YOUNG WOMAN STENOG
rapher. Underwood, Remington, Densmore
operator, desires permanent place with re
liable firm; salary $10 per week, payable
weekly, with advance. Phone 9 to 12 A
M., Pacific 2059.
EXPERIENCED YOUNG WOMAN STENOG
rapher desires desk room in prominent
hotel, fnone r'actnc zuou, mornings.
GRADUATE NURSE WISHES POSITION IN
doctor's office. G 37, Oregonian.
MIPS L. LAYTON, FASHIONABLE DRES8
maklng: reasonable prices. Room 22, Lewis
bldg. Phone Pacific 2960.
WANTED WOMAN WITH EXPERIENCE
will manage rooming-house on salary or
will rent furnished rooms or residence,
close in; references exchanged. H 23, Ore
gonian. CAPABLE WOMAN COOK, PLAIN BOARD-ing-house;
housekeeper, with girl 7; cham
bermaid, nurse. 230 Yamhill. Main 5413.
AGENTS WANTED CAN YOU SELL
goods; if so, we need you; complete out
fit free; cash weekly. Write for choice
of territory. Capital . City Nursery Co.,
TWO AGENTS LADIES OR GENTS. MAKE
$3 to $5 per day. Call or write International
Hotel, room 6. -
WANTED TO RENT.
TO RENT AT ONCE NINE TO TWELVE-
room house, unfurnished, within walking
distance of shopping district, north. Ad
dress 324 Davis st.
2 YOUNG LADIES WANT TWO FURNISHED
rooms in private family for light housekeep
ing; East Side preferred. Address T 41.
YOUNG BUSINESS MAN AND WIFE- DE
iire room and board with private family;
state location and terms. R 44. Oregonian.
WANTED TWO FURNISHED HOUSEKEEP
ing room, connecting; must hav .-ink in
fcltchanj state price. B 41, Oregonian.
WANTED TO RENT.
AN IMPLEMENT AND WAGON JOBBING
concern wishing to engage quarters In Port
land wishes to rent warehouse room, pret er
ring the East Side, in the implement dis
trict; will require 30.000 to .V.i nquare
feet of space; will lease by the year. G 4o,
GENTLEMAN WANTS ONE LARGE OR
two small furnished rooms, with or without
board, in private family; place where no
other roomers preferred; state price and par
ticulars and how many in family. Address
F 38. Oregonian.
WANTED TO RENT HOUSES. COTTAGES,
flats, stores, offices, rooming-houses, etc
Landlords will do well to call on Portland
Trust Company of Oregon. S. E, cor, 3d and
Oak. Phone Exchange 72.
SOUTHERN GENTLEMAN WISHES ROOM
and board with Southern family where are
no other boarders. West Side. Give par
ticulars. W 45, Oregonian.
WANTED FOUR-ROOM FLAT WITH BATH,
immeoiaieiy. j. annus1, r wregoman.
worth of men's cast-off clothing and shoes;
we also buy household furnishings, high
est price paid. Call at the "Fair Deal,
62 N. 3d. Phone Pacific 1722.
DEAD HORSES HAULED AWAY PROMPT
ly free. Oregon Fertillrer Works, M. 1
or notify Carney's Veterinary, 4th-GUsaa
WANTED GOOD SECOND-HAND FILM
and motion picture machine outfit and gas
machine. M 43. Oregonian.
WANTED SECOND-HAND SAFE. MEDIUM
sized, fire-proof, in good condition, cheap.
Address C 43. Oregonian.
WE BUY AND SELL ANYTHING IN THH
furniture line. Portland Auction Rooms,
211 1st st.
I BUY CHEAP. HORSES FOR EASY
work, also fresh cows. Address 179, Madi
WANTED MEN'S OLD1 CLOTHING, SHOES.
highest prices paid. 62 3d. Tel. Pacific 46-
I PAY CASH FOR HOUSEHOLD GOODS.
Savage ft Pennell Fur. Co.. 345 1st. Pao.360
SPOT CASH PAID FOR YOUR FURNITURE
etc, prompt attention. Phone East 1067.
WE CALL FOR DEAD HORSES AND CAT
tie free of charge. Phone East 2233.
WANTED BLACK MINORCA HENS AND
cockerel. Telephone Main 670.
WANTED Al MILCH GOAT. ADDRESS A.
G. Rushlight, 285 Grand ave.
WANTED A CANOE; STATE PRICE AND
make. J 36, Oregonian.
WANTED A GOOD SECOND-HAND BICY
cle. Phone Main 4861.
Nicely furnished rooms, single or ea
suite, $2 per week up; steam heat hot
and cold water; free baths, free phone;
dining-room in connection; transients so
licited; open all night; best location In the
city ; office and reading-room ground
floor. 488 Washington.
HOTEL BUSHMARK, WASHINGTON AN"
17 th Flrst-class furnished rooms, slugie
or en suite, steam heat, hot, cold water,
electric light, phone tn every room; suites,
with private bath, $7.50 per week; single
$3; by day, $1 up; reasonable by month.
TH E ELLSWORTH JUST OPEN ED, N BW
brick building, modern throughout; nicely
furnished rooms. $3 per week and up; rea
sonable by month ; steam heat, hut. cold
water; electric lights, baths; close in. 166
Lownsdale, near High School.
SINGLE OR EN SUITE HOT AND COLD
running water, phone in every room, bath,
electric light, elevator. rooms furnished,
for $15 per month; finest grill in the city in
connection. Sargent Hotel. Grand & Haw
HOTEL OXFORD, 6TH AND OAK.
New brick, steam, hot and cold running
water and electric lights in every room.
Twenty suites; private bat lis; phonep; cen
tral, yet quiet. No carlluts. Per day, $1,
HOTEL FRANKLIN, CORNER 13TH AND
Washington sts. Newly furnished through
out, new building; suites with baths, hot
and cold water In every room. Phone Main
7195. Long-distance phones in all rooms.
THREE LARGE. SUNNY UNFURNISHED
rooms; phone, hot and cold running water
In every room, bath, elevator, electric light,
grill room in connection; references. N 43.
THE WILLAMETTE, 322 STARK, 8. W.
cor. 6th st. Weil furnished rooms, large
and light; single or en suite; transients;
60c to $1; by week, $2 to $5. Pacific 12U6.
HOTEL KENTON. 18TH AND WASH. STH.
Modern rooms, single and en suite; also
housekeeping; running water; private and
free baths; rates reasonable. Pacific 496.
THE OGDEN, 83 FIRST, SW. CORNER
Oak st.: changed hands, thoroughly reno
vated; clean, large, front rooms; free bath,
phone; $2 to $3.50 week; 50c to $1 a day.
169 THIRD, OPPOSITE BAKER THE
ater Comfortably furnished large front
bedrooms: others outside; electric lights;
NICELY FURNISHED. ALSO UNFIT Fi
nished rooms. The Kamm bldg., 1st and
Pine sts.,. reasonable.
HOTEL ANTLERS. COR. 10TH AND WASH-
lngton streets All ' modern convenience.,
suites with bath, principal car lines pass to
door. Phone Main 2333.
A QUIET. CLEAN. ROOM IN PRIVATB
family; cheap. Phone Main 7101 Saturday
and Sunday; other days after 6 P. M.
THE WOODLAND- ELEGANTLY FUR
nlshed front parlor for one or two per
sons. 265 6th st. phone Main 1054.
181 FIRST ST., COR. YAMHILL NTCF.LY
furnished rooms, reasonable; brick building,
modern conveniences; transient solicited.
S9 COLUMBIA BRIGHT FRONT ROOM,
closet, furnace heat, electric light, porcelain
bath, telephone; near business.
SUNNY BASEMENT ROOM; PRIVATE EN
trance; wood tovc; walking distance; $3
month. Phone Main 2219.
8 PARTLY FURNISHED ROOMS ON LOWER
floor in new bouse for rent; no children. 804
Broadway, East Side.
THE WOODLAND ROOMS FIRST rLA?3
and modern. Terms reasonable. 265 6th
st. Phone Main 1054.
394 ALDER ST., COR. 10TH NICELY
furnished room, 1st floor, running water;
also single rooms.
86 NORTH 9TH ST. NICELY FURNISHED
room, private family; bath, gas. both phones,
furnace heat; $8.
$2.50 LARGE ROOM SUITABLE FOR TWO;
bath, phone, private residence. 285 4th, near
FOUR NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS. 1 OH
gentlemen; phone and bath. 141 11th, cor.
166 CHAPMAN ST. 3 NICE UNFURNISHED
room; bath and phone. Please call after 6
258 13TH ST. NICELY FURNISHED
rooms In new. modern home; gentlemen only.
SEVERAL NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS,
en suite, reasonable rent. 271 Morrison.
LARGE. COOL. UNFURNISHED AND FUR
nlshed rooms at the Pl-asanton. 28- 3d st.
Little Palace. 87 6th st.. Mrs. Akley. former
ly of Monarch, Prop. Transient solicited.
600 HAWTHORNE AVE., COR E. 10TH
Furnished rooms; gas, bath, phone.
HOTEL ROYAL NICE ROOMS. 50 CENTS
and $1 per night; $2 to $5 per week.
8 UNFURNISHED ROOMS, GAS, BATH,
phone. 366 North. 20th st.
FRONT PARLOR FOR ONE. OR TWO
gentlemen. 408 Main st.
TWO LARGE FRONT ROOMS, NICELY FUR
nished. 225 West Park.
TWO SMALL ROOMS, NICELY FURNISHED.
225 West Park.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT AT 91
Rooms With Board.
LARGE FRONT ROOM WITH FIRST-CLASS
board, tor 2 or 3 young men: very reasona
ble; all conveniences; nice yard and porch.
251 Seventh at.
THE MARLYN. 653 WASHINGTON FUR
ntehed rooms single or en suite; good board,
OLYMPUS Cor. Alder and Lownsdale. board
-and room. $20 month, up; newly furnished. .
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS WITH FIRST
clasa board. The Sterling. 635 Couch et.
THE OZARK ROOMS, FIRST-CLA "
service; not, cold water. 225 llta U . :