Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937, July 22, 1907, Page 10, Image 10

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THE MORMISQ OREG0XIAN, 3IOXDAY, JULY 22, 1907.
AMCSEMINTS.
MARQUAM GRAND
(Phone Main 6.)
Tonight and all week. Matinees Wednesday
and Saturday.
SAXCB O'Xtlt
In Sudermann'B Masterpiece,
"MAGDA."
Evening $1.00, 75c, 50c, 25c Matinee,
75c. 60c. 25c.
Next week "The Btory of the Golden
Fleece."
LYRIC THEATER
Phone Main 46S5.
This Week the Allen 8tnck Company Pre
senting "WHOSE BABY ABE IOC?"
Matinees Tuesday, Thursday. Saturday and
Sunday. Price, 10c 20c Every evening at
6:15. Prices, 10c 20c and SOo.
Reserved seats oy phone. Main 4S5. Of
fice open from 10 A. M. to 10 P. M.
THE STAR
Phones M. B49. and Home A1498.
The Coolest Theater in the City.
Week of July 22, the Great Scenic
Production.
"MAN'S KNEMY."
Matinees Tuesdays. Thursdays. Saturdays
and Sundays at 2:30; prices. 10c and 20c.
Every evening at 8:15; prices, 10c. 20c and
80c. Secure seats for all performances by
phone.
THE GRAND SgS.
VACDEVIIXE DE
LUXE.
XEIAJ E KL.TIXG
& CO.
"PICKING
THE WINNER"
MABELLE
MEEKER
Krelsel's Dogs and
Cats. The Tanakas,
Keeves & Kenny,
Joe Thompson.
PANT AGES 4th and Starlc Sta.
McKay Cantweil, "the two Doffy Dills."
Cole & Johnson, singing and dancing. Jean
Wilson, pictured ballad. A comedy hit, Clay
ton, Jenkins, Jasper and the Mule, a novel
quartet, new and tunny. Miss May Meltville,
soubrette. Cutler A Elwood, musical comedy,
act. The Biogmph, "A Woman's Demonstra
tion." Performances dally at 2:30, 7:3 and
8 P. M. General admission, 10c; with re
served seats. 20c; boxes, 2:c. Any seat at
weekday matinee for TEN CENTS.
Ladies' Day Free t
g& The
Rose City's Famous -J-Pleasure
Park. '
3&
Ladies and Children Ad- fif
mltted Free till 6 P. M. Sat
jr All carlines transfer to Oaks. jj
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AUCTION SALES TODAY.
By J. T. Wilson, at salesroom, 208 First
Street, at 10 A. M. J. T. Wilson, auctioneer.
Furniture and refrigerator at 211 First
street. Sale at 2 P. M. By the Portland
Auction Co.
MEETING NOTICES.
MARTHA WASHINGTON CHAP.
2f
P.urkhard building. By order W.'
M. BELLE RICHMOND, Sec.
HARMONY LODGE. NO. 12. A.
F. AND A. M. Stated communica
tion this (Monday) evening at 7:30
o'clock. Work In the F. C. de-
gree. Visitors are cordially invited.
W. M. DE LIN. Sec.
KAY In this city, July 21, Isaao Kay, of
Mt. Tabor, affed 5S years. Notice of
funeral hereafter.
FUNERAL NOTICE.
VON PER WERTH The funeral services of
Louise Augustlna Von Dsr Werth, who
died In this city July 20, will take place
today (Monday). July 22. at her late res
idence. Nit. 720 East Ankeny street, at
2 P. M. Frlemls are respectfully invited
to attend. Interment Lone Fir xCeme
tery. J. P. FTNLEY JB SOX, Funeral Directors.
No. 261 ad St., cor. Madison. Flioos Main a.
Dunning, McEntre Glibaugh, Funeral Di
rectors. 7 th & line. Phone M. 4 0. Lady asst.
ERICSON UNDERTAKING CO., 409 Alder
at. Lady assistant. Phone Main 61S3.
EDWARD HOLMAN CO.. Funeral Direct
ors, 220 3d st. Lady assistant. Phone M. 501.
ZELLER-BYKNES CO., funeral Direct
ors. 273 Russell. East 1088. Lady assistant.
F. 8. DUNNING. Undertaker, 414 East
Alder. Lady asbistant. I'hone East 53.
NEW TODAY.
Jonesmore
THE NEW ADDITION.
Sidewalks. Graded streets. Bull
Run water. Public School.
Lots 50x100 feet, $350 to $500.
Your own terms.
Take Montavilla car.
See Agent at tract.
GEO. D. SCHALK
Phone Main 392 A 2392. 264 Stark St.
Irvington Building Site
PRICB $4000. Terms $1000 cash, balanca
6 per cent. 150x100 on the fi. E. cor. of 15th
and Hancock sts., a' Deauutui location,
bee it.
Mai! & Von Borstel
104 Second St. and 392 E. Burnside St.
$14,000
A beautiful home In the fashionable
West Side district. Corner lot 60x100.
HAHTMAN A THOMPSON,
Chamber of Commerce,
2f Freeman. Vjj jA ALJ
Manager. v iiiNirK t mfa
NEW TODAY.
Science
of
Home-Buying
When choosing a home why not buy in
the center of activities where your prop
erty will enhance In value with the
growth of the city. It Is all well enough
to go to the outskirts of the city for
seclusion; but most of us In these piping
times of prosperity are looking for ad
vantages rather than seclusion. I have
two or three new, modern and pretty
homes In a swell locality, convenient to
carlines and desirable in all respects,
which I can sell you on a moderate pay
ment down and easy terms on the
balance. These homes are not only at
tractive and up-to-date, but they are
located close enough in to have per
manent values which are Increasing
steadily year by year. Such an Invest
ment is better than monev in the bank at
4 per cent, or a home in a distant suburb
where values are uncertain and modern
conveniences wholly out of the question.
Prices $2S0O and 3lC0. Come and let me
show you.
W. N. CARTER
712 Williams Avenue.
Take a "U" car and drop off at Ivy
street.
SAVE THAT RENT!
And Buy a. Lot For
IN
Railroad Addition, Montavilla
Graded Streets, 5c Carfare,
Easy Terms
$10 Down, $5 Per Month
Lambert-Whitmer Co.
Real Estate Department.
107 Sherlock bldg. Cor. Third and Oak Sts.
Large Investors
Attention!
152 ACHES WITH AI.I, KINDS OF
TRANSPORTATION FACILITIES
FOR ONLY C850 PER ACRE.
This property is facing on the Van
couver Road running to Vancouver,
Washington. The new O. R. & N. K. R.
line runs through It and it also has
deep-water frontage making splendid
manufacturing sites. At the price
quoted you are getting the finest kind
of platting ground at less than sur
rounding values with about 80 acres of
manufacturing site ground thrown in.
Most of the tract is within old-established
oity boundary Jlne. Can also
offer 45.i acres of high and sightly
platting ground immediately adjoining
the 152 acres facing about 1200 feet on
the Vancouver streetcar line with
FIVE-CENT FARE. Will sell together
or separately. Tou positively cannot
duplicate this tract for a number of
reasons and title is perfect. Investigate
it quick.
ZIMMERMAN VAUGHAN,
Room 303 Buchanan Building.
Washington Street.
Phones Main 1675. A 4802.
Manufacturing
Sites on
fi. P. and 0. R. S N. R.R.
On Peninsula
Fronting Columbia boulevard and
deep water; one acre up, to suit.
Pacific Coast Realty Co.
Rooms 307-308 Buchanan Building.
EXTRA SPECIAL
. $22.000 BRAXD NEW 3-STORY
Bl ILDIXU PAYING- IT PER CENT ON
THE IX ESTMENT. ' SEE ME FOR
PARTICULARS. F. DUBOIS, WASH
INGTON BLJDG., ROOM 3.
FOR SALE RE AX ESTATE.
$1930 FOR a beautiful lot on South Front
st.. in a nice neighborhood, with an im
provement of $3000; will earn $45 a
month. Call on J. Kraeraer, SO Fifth.
$1025 Cozy and handsome 6-room bouse
and two lotg on Mount Scott line; rents
$12 per month; a bargain. State Invest
ment Co., 11S Abington bldg.
HOLLADAY PARK residence, less than one
block from carline; modern In every par
ticular; beautiful lawn; $4500; terms. Colum
bia Trust Co., Couch bldg.
S330O Beautiful new six-room house; fur
nace, laundry, gas, electricity, bath, fire
place; $800 cash, $25 monthly. 889 E.
Main. Dr. Darling.
FOR SALE Desirable Income property; new
Improvement; price $7500; monthly rental,
five years' lease, $75; price $7500. M. G.
Griffin, 268 Stark st.
A SNAP 6-room modern bouse, lot 25x100;
15 minutes' walk from business center of
city; nice view of river. See same 86 East
7th st. North. ,
ALL kinds real estate bought, sold and ex
changed. See Abraham & White. 2Vi
WashtnRton et.. corner Second. Labbe bids,
offices 8 and 9.
TWO-ACRE tract, excellent soil, convenient
to cars, churches, stores and schools; $1800;
one-third cash. ' The- Span ton Company, 270
Stark st.
$1973 Beautiful lots in block across street
east from Failing School, West Side,
State Investment Co., 118 Abington bldg.
KENILWORTH,
2 lots. 50x100, one a corner; fine soil;
sightly; $530 both. 204 Mohawk bldg.
FOR SALE Cheap, quarter block, with
three six-room modern houses; close in;
East Side. Phone owner. East 8252.
FOR BALE New and modern 7-room house
at Highland. 1 block from carline; by
owner. 1005 Grand ave.. North.
LARGE) modern bungalo on corner; 6-room cot
tage; large 5-room cottage; easy monthly
payments. Owner phone East 675.
SIX-ROOM modern and -new house. West
S:de; fractional lot; $3600; $750 down, bai.
fi!5 month. S 45, Oregonian.
BIX-ROOM modern and new house, West Side;
fractional lot; $3600; $760 down. baL $25
month. S 45, Oregonian.
FOR SALE Modern 6-room house, new; base
ment, large lot. Zella Gosaett, Riverside
oft ice. St. Johna. car.
SMALL tract Hood River apple land in
best section of the Valley lor sal cheap.
Telephone Main 862.
FINE home in Piedmont; 7-room modern
house and two lota; only $280rt. 1200 Will
lams ave.
$250 8 room, bath, partly furnished, fruit,
- roses, garden, barn; half cash. Phone East
5297.
orner lot inonanay ramj ; ccni'iii
sidewalks; Improved street. It 4Q, Oregonian
FOR SALE- RE AX ESTATE.
$9000 Choice Investment In- flats; brings
over 10 per cent; property la new and
well located.
MOORE REALTT CO.,
--268 Stark St., Room IS.
$25,000 Choice investment, near Morrison;
nearly full lot, with 3-story building,
leased for $200 per month.
MOORE REALTY CO.,
26S Stark st., room 18.
J. M. CAMERON REALTY CO.
New, modern 5-room cottage, full con
crete basement and large attic; attrac
tive bathroom, with shower bath in ad
Joining rdom; plenty of closets; modern
pantry and kitchen; wood hoist; dainty
reception hail; principal rooms tinted;
65x100 corner lot; thla house Is modern
In design and presents an attractive ap
pearance; just one block from oar line i
price $2100; on terms.
J. M. CAMERON REALTY CO..
412 Commercial Blk., 2d and Washington.
$10 PER acre, 45T acres in Lincoln County,
near the Coast; 200 acres good timber;
runing water; orchard; house; barn and
25 acres under cultivation; this Is a
splendid dairy proposition, and the tim
ber is worth all they ask for the place.
$18 per acre, 152 acres, including a saw
mill run by water power; on Coast, in
Lincoln County; good orchard house, barn,
and 60 acres good timber.
B. 8, COOK & CO., 261 Alder it.
WE have 80 acres of the best apple and
strawberry land in the White Salmon
Valley that will be on the market the
next 30 days at $30 per acre.
Located 5 miles from White Salmon on
the county road and stage line- Is prac
tically level brush land, hazel, willow,,
cherry; easily cleared and no waste land
or rock; will sell in 20 or 40-acre tracts.
ESTES REALTY & INV. CO.,
White Salmon. Wash.
$20,000.
Half cash, balance at 6 per cent, will
buy over quarter-block and modern two
story building; 5 stores on ground floor;
large lodge hall; cne 6 and one 7-roorn
flat on second floor; all rented; present
Income over 12 per cent.
A. B. RICHARDSON,
614 Chamber of Commerce.
13000 On East 7th street; easy walking
distance; 6-room house, .new and
commodious.
MOORE REALTY CO;,
268 Stark St., Room 18.
$40,000 Corner, 100x100, with concrete
foundation completed ; close in on
Davis street; easy terms, or will
build to suit.
MOORE REALTY CO.,
268 Stark SU, Room 18.
THE CHEAP LOTS.
$no.
Nice,- level lots, 40x125. 60-foot street,
20-foot alleys; good car service; many
families coming in; the most healthful
place to live; $5 per month buys a loi
J. J. OEDER.
Cor. Grand Ave. and East Ankeny.
$3000 CASH now, balance on time at 6
per cent, will mako you the happy buyer
of 2 lots, with 2 houses. In the northern
part of the city, where prices keep grow
ing. Remember, you are drawing $35
a month as soon as you acquire title to
this property. If you are inclined to In
vest, see J. Kraemer, 90 Fifth st.
VERY DESIRABLE NEW HOUSES.
B-room cottage, modern, full plumbing,
gas and electric lights, fiber plaster,
streets Improved, sewers in, 3-mlnute car
servloe. Owner, 208 4th. Tel. Main 3990.
South Portland, beautiful quarter, 85x110,
$1350. Owner, 208 4th, TeL Pacific 2125.
BIGGEST SNAP AROUND PORTLAND
4 2-3 acres and 9-roora house; barn, garden,
fruits, shady grove, 2 wells and on county
'road; mile of hourly carline; not farther
out than St. Johns; ideal for poultry and
fruit raising; only $2250, down. Sea
Thomason, 223 Chamber of Commerce.
ACREAGE.
For truck garden, within 2 mlleo of 8d and
Morrison, at $800 per acre.
MOORB REALTY CO.,
268 Stark st. Room 18.
$2700 Choice, sightly building corner on
Portland Heights; view of entire city.
MOORE REALTY CO..
268 Stark St., Room 18.
BARGAIN.
On account of owner leaving the city,
will sacrifice 3 sightly lots and modern
7-room house, 50 feet from carline, on
Portland Heights.
A. B. RICHARDSON,
614 Chamber of Commerce.
WE have some choice lots In Irvington for
buldlng sites. For particulars call on
MOORE REALTY CO.,
268 Stark St., Room 18.
I WILL sell my 6-room home, with 2 full
lots, all in good condition, with fine selec
tion of all kinds of best fruits, in bearing,
plenty of roses, house in best repair ; near
8 carlines, East Side; will sell cheap and
give good terms.- F 59, Oregonian.
$2000 CASH, balance on time at 6 per
cent buys a lovely new and substantially
built home of . 7 rooms, with all modern
conveniences, near Hawthorne ave. If you
see It, you will want no other. Particu
lars see J. Kraemer, 90 Fifth at.
$17,500 Heart of warehouse district, lOOx
100 cn 12th street; best buy In
North Portland. Investigate.
MOORE REALTY CO..
263 Stark St., Room 18.
A SIGHTLY residence lot, 60x100; Bull Run
water, cement walks and curbs, all paid for
and lees than two blocks from carline;
only 15 minutes from heart of city; $450;
terms. Columbia Trust Co., Couch bldg.
H. P. PALMER. M. VAN ALSTINE.
PALMER-VAN ALSTINE CO.,
REAL ESTATE. INSURANCE,
222 Falling bldg.
Main 6661. A 2353.
$825 I will sacrifice this week a choice lot,
taken in a trade, eituated in Alblna ; ail
Improvements in; this Is $200 less than ad
joining property; being a non-resident, 1
will sacrifice. Address N 62, Oregonian.
WILLAMETTE SNAPS.
Choice lots and homes, also acreage; cash
or terms; some overlooking river and city;
residence or business lota C. A. Zygowski.
office Willamette Station. St. Johns car.
NEW, artistic 7-room residence, Just fin
ished, beautifully arranged, complete In
every detail, desirably located, Holladay
Park Addition, near Broadway carline.
- Owner, G "46, Oregonian.
TWENTY acres on the Base Line road (cloee
in) by cutting it up in lots now, can be sold
this Fail for 100 per cent profit. The best
proposition we know of. The 8 pan ton Com
pany, 270 Stark st.
' FROM OWNER.
2 lots in Ina Park, on 25th near Alberta
st Call or address N. S. Fenne, 166 E.
20th. Phone East 710. Home phone B 1769.
WE have some ' choice acreage, . close to two
carlines, $250 -to $300 per acre; will divide
In tracts to suit. Rooms 4. 6 and 6, Mul
key bldg. Phones Main 7145. A 1240.
AT SACRIFICE New home, 6 rooms, bath,
cement basement, gas, electricity, i -block
near car, $2600; $1000 cash, baJance monthly;
owner leaving. V 69, Oregonian.
FOR sale or rent, 2 new 7-room modern
houses on easy terms. H. Orterholz, 893
Elleworth st. Phone East 5451.
IRVINGTON New, modern -room house,
N. E. cor. 23d and Thompson. For particu
lars apply 76 1st st,, cor. Oak.
UP-TO-DATE B-room cottage j bath, good
basement, fruit trees, garden. BOO E. 6th st.
N., near Mason. Owner.
100x100 corner and 3 houses on Grand ave
nue, close in, $7500. Terms. State Land
Co., 133H 1st st.
$2500 CORNER lot and two houses, Knott
street. Upper Albina; rent, $22. Plttenger,
245 Morrison.
WHY PAY RENT 7 ?
Cozy little home, 5c fare. 204 Mohawfe
bldg.
SPHINX AGENCY. 806 STARK ST., CAN
sell our justness property or reaioenosv
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
S550 WILL buy at once your choice of 8 lots
in Council Crest Park, with unobstructed
view of mountains and rivers; the most
ideal spot up there, but must have money
to pay on mortgage, hence the sacrifice.
Price $250 less than adjoining property. M
63. Oregonian.
FOB SALE FARMS.
10 FARMS FOR SALE
BY PACIFIC COAST REALTY CO,
Rooms 307-308 Buchanan bldg.
NO. 1 EXTRA SPECIAL.
MUST BE SOLD IN 10 DAYS.
SOO acres. Eastern Oregon, 330 acres now
in wheat, 150 Summer fallow, about 6
acres rye and other cereals; over 600 acres1
can be farmed, balance pasture; all under
fence; orchard 00 trees, 12-ft. header, house
hold furniture, farm house and implements,
outhouses, etc., with crop (wheat will
average 25 bushels to acre), at $18 per
aore. Terms, part cash, part inoome Port
land property, balance on time. Owner too
oid to work.
NO. 2. a
Eastern Oregon ranch. Morrow County,
700 acres In all: 100 acres good wheat
land, 250 to SOO acres under irrigation,
2o0 acres in alfalfa; 3 bi Irrigation ditches,
all free perpetual water riphts; ample water
for all purposes; good 10-room house, 2
large new barns, ample outhouses and
blacksmith shop; good bearing orchard,
feeding- plant, fully equipped for feeding,
4O0 head of cattle; cut 700 to 8O0 tons of
alfalfa hay a year; can double output in
two or three years; townslta platted on
ranch, with railroad store and postoffice
already located; price $21,600; half cash,
balance 6 per cent mortgage.
NO. 3.
Eastern Oregon, 156o acres, $11.50 per
acre; about 200 acres alfalfa land, 900 acres
grazing; all fenced, free water, own ditches.;
2 farmhouses, blacksmith shop, barns 'and
granaries; about 5-3 million timber; good
roads and market; terms.
NO. 4.
69T-acre dairy farm, $22.60 per acre;
Lane County, Or.; half mile from railroad:
SOO acres under cultivation; 150 acres good
timber; 8 pastures, creek through each-; fin
farmhouse, piped hot and cold water; large
barn, granaries and outbuildings; term.
NO. 5.
800-acre wheat ranch for rent on shares;
Morrow County, Oregon ; 10 miles' haul
downhill to shipping point; a responsible
rancher can get good liberal terms.
NO. 6.
120 acres, $150 an acre; 1H miles below
Linnton, Or. ; street privileges to water
front; you had better look thla up; some
thing doing down there.
NO. 7.
240 acres, $16 per acre; Lane County,
near railroad; all clear and in cultivation;
good tt-room house, 2-acre orchard; creek
through farm; terma.
NO. 8.
240-Acre fruit ranch, $4000; 18 miles
from Vancouver, 3 miles to railroad; Claxk
County ; 30 acres under cultivation ; 2-aore
prune orchard; good houee, 2 barns, prune
dryer, farm Implements. 5 head of cattle,
chickens, turkeys, ducks, perpetual spring
water and terms.
NO. 9.
83 acres. Portland suburb on Peninsula,
factory district, north of Columbia Boule
vard, fronting on deep water and S. P.
Railroad; sell in acreage to suit; liberal
terms.
NO. 10.
8 acres, Including 3-story brick, cold stor
age and slaughtering plant, on Peninsula.
In factory district; switching privileges
from N. P. or S. P. R. R. can be leased
on very liberal terms.
Do you know Heidelberg Is in Portland?
PACIFIC COAPT REALTY CO.,
Rooms 307-308 Buchanan Bldg.
$6000 Prune farm of 24 acres, all planted
to fine trees; the crop will sell this
year for $2500. Large fruit drier on
the place. Near Vancouver, vvasn.
MOORE REALTY CO.,
263 Stark St., Room 18.
1 OR SALE A fine fruit farm, three miles
East of Vancouver, Wash.; 1600 prune trees,
2-5 peach trees and 100 pear and cherry
trees: well cultivated and healthy; an Ideal
country home, on the Columbia, overlooking
Portland: good buildings, telephone and
rural mall delivery; terms. Apply at room
301, The Dekum.
FOR SALE! By owner, 140 acres on Columbia
River and mile from proposed North Rank
R. R. station: part improved, all fenced and
private gravity irrigation system; has all the
advantages of Hood River land and some
besides; a snap. Agents need not apply. For
particulars write P 66, Oregonian,
MUST sell, account age. Immediately, beau
tiful home on Yaauina Bar: 80 acres.
house eight rooms, barn, good orchard,
on tidewater, one mile from postoffice,
eood markets, fine spring, clear title;
$ 1600 ; reduced fares; come now. Oscar
Mlddlekauff, Yaquina, Or.
HOOD RIVER SNAP.
10 acres finest orchard In Hood River
with guaranteed Income 10 per cent.
yearly for rive years, s.iow.
WHITING & ROUNTREE.
32 ft Third street.
80 ACRES, 25 under cultivation; running
water; mile east of concord fatauon, on
Oregon city canine; io per acre; terms.
Apply to owner, Henry Thleeen.
A 6NAP 174 acres, near Woodburn: 35 acres
beaverdam, 20 acres onions; good reasons
for selling: no middle man; gooa terms, u,
Boyer, Route 2, Woodburn, Or.
10 ACRES, convenient to Portland : house.
barn and orchard ; fins roads. Miller, 416
Chamber Commerce.
FOR SALE TRIBE R LANDS.
THE LACEY WAY
Is recognized to be the standard way of
handling timber lands. The timber roust
first satisfy us, and our cruise reveals
every aetau or tne conditions surrounamg
It. Our reports are prepared In such a
way that the buyer linows whether or not
the timber will satisfy him befsra he visits
the tract.
Twenty years' experience and the client
age we represent, is a sufficient guarantee
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 own constant eftorts along
this line and get the best.
JAMES D. LACEY & CO.,
Lumber Exchange, Seattle, Wash.
Chamber of Commerce. PortfanTI, Or.
TIMBER If you are in the market for
large or small tracts of timber, consult
us, as we have some very aesiraoie ones.
Can give you tracts up to 20.000 acres.
and the prices are right. Bpninx Agency,
805 Stark st.
PARTY a-oinar East last of month with tim
ber proposition will take others if he can
have not less than three months' exclusive
option, without too much water in the
price. Lock Box 164, P. O.
TO TIMBER BUYERS ONLY.
We have several tracts of timber land.
which we own. for eale; have detailed es
timate by forties. G. F. banoorn Ac t-o..
401-2-3, Buchanan bldg.
FOR SALE Quarter section fine timber land,
well located; has from eight to ten millions
yeiiow nr; easily logged; pries per acre.
Ax. G. Griffin, 266 Stark at.
FOR SALE Homestead relinquishment, St-
lets country, 3,500,000. Get particulars
irom f. u. iox , Vancouver, waan,
1,600,000 FEET high-grade piling for sale
witn or without the land. Near r orest urovs.
Mrsi MacRae, 214 Chamber of Commerce.
A FEW specially good yellow pine claims In
v neeier county; must be located at onoe.
uoiumoia Trust Co., couch mag.
WANTED Reliable timber cruisers and com
pass men for steady work. Room 209 Lum-
Der Juxcnange mag.
TIMBER wanted. Oregon or Washington, large
or small tracts, sphinx Agency, aoo- scare.
OREGON TIMBER CO., timber lands bought
ana soia. 403-4 McKay blag.
WANTED REAL a aIK.
PROPERTY wanted. The great demand for
homes in Portland Is the reason tne bpan
ton Co. are about to open a olty real
estate department. Whatever properties
you may have for sals should be listed
with us before the 1st of August, as we
are compiling a booklet for circulation
amoYiK nroR-nentlvw home buvers. Come
in or mail descriptions and pries. The
bpanton company, starK si.
I WANT to rent a furnished-cottaR. some
where on the North Beach, for two weeks
in August. State full particulars In writ
ing. Ben Flosland, Room IS, 26S Stark
street.
TO EXCHANGE.
FOR EXCHANGE Income property for
wheat farm; suburban home for timber
land; fine grocery, lease, for farm. 204
Mohawk bldg.
FINE income property, West Side, for stock
of general merchandise country town. V
56, Oregonian.
ROOMING-HOUSE, near business center, to
trade for real estate. O 67, Oregonian.
WILL trade for what you have. L. Ains-
- worth-Smith, 109 Sherlock bldg.
TO LEASE.
HOTEL AND ROADHOUSE TO LEASE.
Old established, with or without saloon;
furnished; newly remodeled; $5; also 7
room house and orchard. $10, and 4 flats,
18 rooms. $25; all on West Side. C. H.
Plggott. owner, lawyer, 4, & and 6. Mul
key bldg.
PARTY will build modern stores, with 8-ft.
Dasements and rooms for lodgings or
hotel, to suit lessees. Phone Pacific 1962,
WANTED TIMBER LANDS
WANTED Timber land In Pacific County,
v doumgioa, -.ioxsop, jjincoin, bene and
Tillamook counties, Oregon. Small and large
tracts. Hoban & Taggart, 211 Alisky bldg.
TIMBER land wanted. Cash will be paid
for bargains in good timber claims, close
to transportation. Address T 57, Ore
gonian. WANTED AND FOR SALE LAND SCRIP.
ALL kinds, including- approved forest reserve
scrip for surveyed, unsurveyed timber and
prairie Government land. H. M- Hamilton,
The Portland. Portland. Or.
FOR RENT FARMS.
ROOD RIVER 15 acres, orchard, berries, clo-
"t, BuumngB; mues aepou jneroer, owo
Front, Portland.
FOR SALE
Horses, Vehicles, Etc.
BARGAIN Nice bay horse, 6 years old.
weiprnt nw; also black mare, 7 years old,
weight 14K; also fine buggy, two sets of
harness, one covered wagon ; they are all
first-class. Stable, 23 N. 14th st., near
Burnside st.
Kew grocery, laundry, bakery, milk wagons,
100 second-hald vehicles; single, double
furniture wagons; horses, rigs rented. Tom
linson A Casslday. 211 Wash. Pacific GOT.
FEED stables; stalls for rent by week or
month ; new management. Fred Seelow,
3S0 Water st.
HUBERT & HALL. 266 4th at., dealers In
horses and vehicles; horses and vehicles
lor rent.
SIX good work horses for sale. Call Colum
bia Stables, corner Columbia and Front
streets.
ONE team of mules and team of horses. 845
East Stark st. Phone East 6827.
FOR SALE 4y ear-old horse; good driver.
1450 K. 6th N.. Woodlawn.
Pianos.
FOR RENT New Hallet & Davis piano; rea-
sonaDie to carexui party. oz Morrison, cor,
13th.
Miscellaneous.
$40 STANDARD steel ranee, almost new.
$22.50; good cook stove. $7.50; $45 Jewel gas
range, with top oven, $12.60; otteer as
etoves as low as $5; gas water heai-er,
$7.60; $30 hall-tree, $15; hardwood ex
tension table. So ; folding bed. slo
mantel folding bed, $7.50; cabinet folding
bed, $10; genuine birdseye maple dresser,
$20; $40 white maple suite, $20; hardwood
dresser, $7.50; $100 black walnut bedroom
suite, $27.50; iron beds from $2 up; white
maple chiffonier, $9; nice three-piece parlor
suite, iz.du; drop-head singer sewing ma
chine, good as new, $27.60.
TENTS FOR RENT.
Camp furniture for sale cheap.
Carpets and rugs, all sixes. $2.50 up to
$26. Everything to furnish, a house at way
down prices. All sorts of exchanging made
10 your satisfaction. Xrv us.
M. J. McGRATH FURNITURE CO.,
66 N. 3d st. Main 2087.
YACHT BROKERS.
20-foot launch, nrlce 1 275
18-foot launch, price ..-$ 350
22-foot launch, prloe $ 600
26-foot launch, price $1,000
o n. d. marine enc-ine 70
h. p. marine engine $ 125
HAYES ENGINE-LAUNCH CO.,
171 Madison st.
Phones Main 7408, Home . A3367.
FOR SALE 1 Fairbanks-Morse 2-horee sta
tionary gasoline eneine. complete.
1 nailing machine, suitable for light
ooxes.
1 small hand printing press.
1 cash register.
1 6x8H view camera in good condition.
l -ttili AM K S MERCANTILE AOl C X ,
204 Abington block.
FOR SALEI Gasoline launch, with canopy
top, 81 feet, 15 H. . P. 4-cyllnder engine,
with . boathouse complete;' in fine condi
' tion; almost new; can be seen at Von
der Werth Boathouse, East Side, Morri
son bridge. t
FOR BALE Single-seat, light touring car
type, Cadillac automobile; fully equipped;
gas and oil lamps, odometer, top, etc. For
town work and short touring this car un
excelled. Guaranteed In perfect condition.
Oregon Motor Car Co., 108 7th st.
FOR SALE New and second-hand billiard
and pool tables; easy payments; we rent
tables, with privilege of buying; modern
bar fixtures; cheap prices. Brunswick-Balke-Collender.
49 3d st.
$180 Five automobiles at $180 each. That's
not half their value, but they are In the
way and we have no time to bother with
them. Take your choice. Merrill, 7th and
Oak ste., after 1 P. M.
SPLENDID opportunity to secure an ele
gant, new, made-to-order leather couch
for less than half cost; suitable, for home
or office; party leaving city. Rooms
62-63 Lewis bldg.
FOR SALE $1000, small fore and aft com-
Jound tugboat, about 80 horsepower; Just
nspected for one year; can be delivered at
additional cost anywhere. Address Box 803
Hoqulam, Wash.
WB PAY MORE FOR
F URNITUR E
PORTLAND AUCTION CO.,
MAIN 6655. 211 FIRST ST.
MODERN grocery fixtures; oil tank, scales,
showcases, coffee mill, cheese-cutter, etc
Call or address H. Stunners & Bon, Van
couver, Wash.
HOUSE-BOAT Nothing finer on the river;
must be sold quick; reduced $150 for quick
sale. Merrill, 7th and Oak, after 1 P. M.
FRENCH range, kitchen outfit. silver
ware and tableware for sale cheap if tak
en this week. Inquire 291 Stark st
FOR salo cheap, fine lot of candy Jars,
soda fountain, largre ice cream freezer
aid coffee mill. Room 2, 145 6th.
86-FOOT gasoline launch, 20-horsepower en
gine, fully equipped for passenger service;
a bargain. 402 Commercial bldg.
SOLID sole leather trunk, used very short
time; forced to sell ; original cost $120
Address Box B 56, Oregonian.
FOR SALE: Simplex separator and No. 3
hydraulic ram cheap. J. A. Zimmerman,
Milwaukee, Or., R. F. D. No. 1.
JERSEY cow and calf very cheap; parties
going away. 17 Belmont, corner 30th.
Sunnyslde car.
6-ROOM house. Park st., near Jefferson,
cheap; to be removed. Inquire 213 Ab
ington bldg.
MOVING picture machine, $35; 1000 feet film,
$30. Room 2, 145 6th, Marquam Rooming
House.
FRESH Jersey cow, large milker, gentle,
$50. 440 East 26th st. North; Irvington
car.
Bargains moving pictures, stereopticons, film
slides, repairs, exchange, Stevens, 166H 4th
FOR SALE Cheap, 2 gasoline marine en
gines, 8 and 7 H. P. 205 First st.
HELP WANTED MALE.
BARBER SHOP for sale. $275; doing a
good three-chair business. 2'28 Morri
son. California Wine Depot, heaaquarters for cooks
and helpers. 148 4th st. Poc. 2183. P. Lorati.
WANTED Foundry helpers, 7th and Bel
mont. Heacock & Lawrenoa. Iron Works.
PHOTOGRAPHER Printer and operator
Rembrandt Studio, 404 Abington bldg.
BOOKKEEPER; must be competent and &
good penman. Address D 63, Oregonian.
WANTED Good strong boy, steady position;
reference required. S 60, Oregonian.
WANTED Janitor; must have references.
Elton Court, 11th and Yamhill sta
BOO MEN wanted Free shaves and haircuts.
248 Couch st. Moler Barber College.
Young Man desiring to better condition Call
on Employment Dept., Y. M. C. A,
JOB PRINTER for country newspaper; new
plant; $18 week. 26 N. 2d st.
SALESMEN Big wages; something positively
new. 215 Commercial block.
WANTED Young man to work in German
bakery at Vancouver, Wash.
WANTED First-class all-around baker.
3L. EaiAU. CorviUUsQiv
n-
HELP WAN TED MALE.
PHYSICIAN WANTED.
Wanted- Physician and surgeon, one li
censed In Oregon, as associate in sanita
rium; must be good on obstetrical surgery;
one not afraid to be where printers' ink Is
used; only a sober, reliable man considered;
good pay to right party. Address, with full
particulars, G 62, Oregonian office.
WANTED For United States Army, gsble-
uuuiu unmarried men oeiwecn mo o.&n
of 21 and 35, citizens of United States,
of good character and temperate habits,
who can speak, read and write English.
Apply to Recruiting Officer, Alnsworth
block. Third and Oak sts., Portland, Or.
AT once, several good men to prepars for
U. 8. Immigration and Chinese Inspectors.
Special examination August 12. Applica
tions must be filed without delay. 8ee
Mgr. "West Coast Schools, 815 Ore
gonian bldg. Open evenings.
ALL diseases of men successfully treated;
discharges positively cured in from 3 to
6 days; consultation free and strictly con
fidential; send for our symptom blank.
X-radlum Medical Institute, 3d and Alder
eta; entrance 253 Alder St., Portland.
WANTED Young man for light office work
and to do some collections; must have
some knowledge of bookkeeping. Apply
in person Monday, between 8:30 and 11
A. M., or 8 and 5:80 P. M., at room 501,
Oregonian bldg.
WANTED Efrlght boy, 16 to 18, to learn
banking business In thriving suburb of
Portland; must be accompanied by parent
or guardian; high school graduate preferred.
Call 9 to 10 A. M. tomorrow, 406 Com
mercial block.
I WANT 2 stenographers, male, to work out
ot town, salary $75; young man for grocery
uuwnew; Dooxiceeper out or town joo. foo
and board and room, in shingle mill. Call at
once. Clerks Registration Bureau, SOS
Alleky bldg.
U. S. Internal Revenue Service. Men wanted
to qualify for examination September
4. Call today. Information free. West
Coast Schools, 815 Oregonian bldg. Open
tonignt.
Men and boys wanted to learn plumbing, plas-
ienng. DricKiaymg, aleo eheet metal pattern
draughting; positions secured; day and night
classes ; free cata logue ; visitors welcome.
Coyne Trade Sch'ls, San Fran, and New York
WANTED Steady reliable boys living with
?arents, between the agea of 17 and 20, to
earn molders trade. Must have first-class
reference. Apply Wlllamete Iron & Steel
Works Foundry, 23d and York streets.
RAILWAY mall clerks for Oregon; exam
ination August 6; good salaries and pro
motions. Call or write at once If inter
ested In getting a Government position.
Pacific States School. McKay bldg.
PROTECT yourself for $1 per month sgalnsc
accident, sickness and death. Write or
call for full Information. Northwestern
Health and Accident Association. 169
Sherlock bldg. Agents wanted.
MEN AND WOMEN TO LEARN BARBER
trade In eight weeks; graduates earn from
$15 to $25 weekly; expert instructors; oat-
. alogue free. Moler System of Colleges, 35
North Fourth street, Portland.
WANTED Salesmen and solicitors for best
proposition ever made to both agent and
public; do not overlook this. Call after 7
P. M.. Nfw Occidental Hotel, 1st and Mor
rison, room 212. P. Kramer.
WANTED A salesman; will guarantee $0
per week to any man who will work; will
employ inexperienced man If a worker; an
experienced salesman is good for $100 per
week. T 46. Oregonian.
WANT work? Call and see me at once; com
petent gentlemen and ladles as bookkeepers,
cashiers, clerking; good salaries. Clerks'
Registration Bureau, 3o3 Allsky bldg., 3d
and Morrison sts.
Men and women to learn watchmaking, engrav
ing, jeweler work, optics, eajy terms: posi
tions guaranteed; nionoy muds learning.
Watchmkg-Engvg. Sen' I, 1426 4th av. Seattle.
YOUNG man about 18 years, capable of oper
ating typewriter, for office assistant. Must
be accurate at figures. State experience,
salary expected. Address S 64, Oregonian.
WANTED Ex-school teacher or bookman to
sell the latest edition of Webster's Diction
ary in Oregon; new territory; good salary or
commission. Address B 66, Oregonian.
FOREMAN, printer. Simplex operator, press
feeders, advertising solicitors, reporters,
special edition writer. Newspaper Broker
age, Goodnough bldg.
WANTED Wash man, one able to handle
boiler and engine; good wages; steady job.
. Address Mirror Steam Laundry, Hoqulam,
Wash. .
OFFICE boy wanted to learn the real
estate business; must live at home; an
swer in own handwriting. M 56, Orego
nian. WANTED Solicitor for high-grade propo
sition; good money; steady work. Field,
12 to 2 and 4 to 6 P. M, today, 225 6th
6U, city.
WANTED In large wholesale grocery business,
young man familiar with the line; must bs
good at figures. Address G 48, Oregonian.
WANTED In wholesale grocery house, bill
clerk, who can use typewriter; state ex
perience and detail. R 65, Oregonian.
SHOWCASE makers wanted. $3.25 per day
of nine hours. Address Harrlld & Sons,
109-11 Pacific ave., Spokane.
ADVERTISING solicitors, good publications,
liberal commission. Investigation solicited.
603 Goodnough bldg.
WANTED Reliable timber cruisers and com
pass men for steady work. Room 209 Lum
per Exchange bldg.
WANTED Industrious, sober and ' experi
enced man at baths, bank basement, 2d
and Washington.
WANTED Solicitors; permanent situation
with advancement to right parties. 400
Oregonian bldg.
WANTED Engineer for gasoline launch and
sail boat on Middle Columbia. Call at Scott
Hotel, Portland.
WANTED Young man for general office
work. Address In own handwriting, A 60,
' Oregonian.
WANTED Photograph operator, also printer
for arlwto, first-class. Cutberth, 801 De
kura bldg.
BIG-PAYING three-chair barber shop in sub
urb; cheap rent; $6i0. Address D 64, Ore
gonian. WANTED First-class grocery porter. Stats
experience and references. O 66, Orego
nian. WANTED Stave bolt cutters, $1.60 per cord.
Apply 306 Stearns bldg., Portland, Or.
WANTED A bellboy at No. 163 12th and
Morrison sts.
FARM hand wanted. Inquire 326 Abington
bldg.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
WANTED Operators and girls to learn
shirtmaklng. Apply Standard Factory, 2
Grand ave. and ast Taylor st.
EXPERIENCED glove, hosiery, umbrella
salesladies; permanent positions; good sal
aries. Lennon's, 309 Morrison.
HANSEN'S LADIES AGENCY,
843M Washington st.. oor. 7th upstairs.
Phone Main 2692.
WANTED Girl to work In store; must
come with references. Call at 428 10.
Morrison.
GIRL for general housework; family of
four adults; heavy washing given out. 665
Hoyt st.
TYPESETTER country newspaper; new
plant. 343 Washington st., corner 7th,
room 7.
A WOMAN as helper for housework; sleep
home nights. Phone Main 7224. 149 Lowns
dala. WANTED Competent girl for general house
work. Apply 181 East 16th. Phone East
1698.
GIRLS WANTED APPLY STANDARD
Factory, 2 Grand ave. and East Taylor st.
WANTED Girls to make Fits-Well shirts
and Boss of All overalls. Inquire 76 1st.
COMPETENT girl for g-eneral housework!
good wages: family of 8. 128 14th st.
WANTED A girl to assist with general
housework. Inquire at 62 N. 10th st.
-GIRLS wanted for burning, drawing, paint
ing and lettering. A 27. Oregonian.
WANTED A good cook and a good second
girl; good wages. Call 245 King at.
WANTED Girl for housework, 8 in family.
Mrs. Hogue, 584 East Taylor st.
WANTED Experienced waitress.
. Court, 11th and Yamhill sta
Elton
I WA.MCJJJ ijrjri iu neip in uiimig-ioom ax
HELP WANTEDFEMALB.
ATTENTION. . . ,
Applicants for all kinds of work, register
with us. free of charge, so we may locate
you on short notice.
HANSEN'S LADIES' AGENCY,
843 Washington st., cor. 7th. upstairs.
GIRL or capable woman for housework In
small family; must be neat ana gooa pi'
cook; wages $30. Call at residence, oh
Tillamook st., la Irvington, or ses J. L.
-d jm u-un Mtiia Store.-
i-ri t uiaii, utl jvr ua viiio ? vun
WANTED First-class ekirt maker; also
waist finisher; both must be accurate ana
speedy; correspondence solicited. Mme. l.
Glenn, Butte 6, Jones blk., Tacoma, Wash.
GIRLS WANTED OPERATORS TO WORK
on shirts and overalls; leAaon given to
Inexperienced. Apply at Standard Factory
2 Grand ave. and K. Taylor st.
WANTED Competent girls as bookkeepers,
cashiers, clerking ; good salaries. Cierka
Registration Bureau. 308 Allsky bldg. oor.
8d and Morrison sts.
WANTED ST ARCH WORK IRONERS.
flannel lroners and general laundry help.
East Side Laundry Co., East Ash and eth.
Phone East 809.
GIRL for general housework; small family,
spending several months at coast; good
wages if thoroughly competent. 992
Thurman st.
WANTED Girls 16 years and over to operats
power sewing machines; good wages. Apply
at once, Ames-Harrls-Nevills Co., 6th and
Davis sts.
WOMAN as cook in small family living in
suburban home mile from carline; 2
servants employed. 228 Sherlock Bldg.
WANTED Refined, capable woman for re
sponsible position, with opportunities f"r
advancement. Ylavl Co., 10th & Morrison.
WANTED Trained nursel to take charge of
small hospital out of city. Call or ad
dress 670 E. Salmon or phone East 2940.
WANTED Housekeepers, cooks, nurses,
waitresses, second girls. St. Louis Ladles
Agency, 230 Yamhill. Main 6413.
WANTED In wholesale grocery house, bill
oerK, wno can use typewriter; state ex
perience and detail. R 65, Oregonian.
WANTED Catholic girl between 12 and
15 years of age to work for board, clothea
and schooling. M 57, Oregonian.
BILL clerk in wholesale grocery business;
one who is familiar with the line, and can
use typewriter. M 50, Oregonian.
GIRL for general housework; small family;
gooa wages. os iuiamook st.
WANTED Young girl to assist with house
work. Phone Woodlawn 1040.
WANTED A competent second girl. Apply
d4i inn st., mornings.
GIRL to work small restaurant; good wages.
274 Taylor st.
HELP WANTED MALE OR FEMALE.
WANTED Organizers, either sex, on salary
of $100 a month and expenses, for an up-to-date
association, paying weekly sick
and accident benefits and furnishing fre
medical attendance to all its members;
liberal contract will be made with pro
ducers of business. American Sick and
Accident Association, Buffalo, N. Y.
WANTED Immediately, dramatic and vaude
ville performers; steady work, good salary.
Newman's Theatrical Circuit, lioVa tlh.
WANTED Experienced taiior, man or
woman. S. Goldstein, 2H7 H Everett st.
SITUATION WANTED MALE.
Bookkeepers and Clerks.
STENOGRAPHERS. BOOKKEEPERS, of
fice workers, clerks. night watchmen,
salesladies and salesmen, collectors, wit a
reference as to character, experience and
ability, furnished In every detail ana
ready to go to work on the Instant.
CLERKS' REGISTRATION BUREAU,
303 Allsky Bldg. 3d and Morrison St.
OFFICE man, bookkeeper, credit mart of
40, Al reference and bond, over 15 years
with one house as bookkeeper, credit man
and auditor. F G2, Oregonian.
A COMPETENT bookkeeper and expe
rienced man of business wants responsible
position. 'Address p 69, Oregonian.
Miscellaneous.
YOUNG man. Industrious and sober, wants
situation as Janitor, or in private place
for generally useful man around house;
car of garden, automobile; best of refer
ences. B 65, Oregonian.
FIRST-CLASS stenographer, age 23, desires po
sition about. August 1, lumber business pre
ferred. Four year's experience. L 49, car a
Oregonian.
YOUNG man from the South wants posi
tion; have had several years experience
In retail lumber business. Address L 40,
Oregonian.
YOUNG Japanese boy wants situation to do
housework in family, city or country; speaks
good English. O 60, Oregonian.
YOUNG Japanese wants position, any kind;
6 A. M. to 5 P. M., or after 1 o'clock at
night. J 57. Oregonian.
A YOUNG Japanese wishes to work In any
kind store during the day or night; speaks
well. N 65, Oregonian
RELIABLE man of intelligence desires posi
tion as watchman, caretaker or office work.
S 56. Oregonian.
MAN and wife desire work In camp oi
other place; no children. A 62, Oregonian.
YOUNG Japanese boy wants situation of any
kind; work in city. C 62, Oregonian.
JAPANESE LABOR ASSOCIATION All kinds
help supplied. Main 4659. 268 Everett.
JAPANESE family cook wants position al
Summer resort. W 61. Oregonian.
MAN and wife wish position cooking In log
ging camp. G 41, Oregonian.
WANTED Position by experienced hoisting
engineer. J 46, Oregonian.
I WISH foremanship in logging camp. Call
or write J 44, Oregonian.
MAN wishes position as night watchman.
Call 248 Burnside st.
MAN and wife wish position on farm; close
In. H 44, Oregonian.
FIREMAN wants position in city. 104 11th st.
SITUATION WANTED FEMALE.
Bookkeepers and Stenographer.
STENOGRAPHERS. BOOKKEEPERS. of
fice workers, clerks, night watchmen,
salesladies and salesmen, collectors, wlt.i
reference as to character, experience and
ability, furnished In every detail and.
ready to go to work on the Instant.
CLERKS' REGISTRATION BUREAU,
803 Allsky Bldg. 3d and Morrison St.
Ail kinds stenographic work done; substituting.
612 Couch bldg-. Phones Main 7355. A 2563.
Housekeepers.
POSITION as housekeeper in a roomtng
houBe, or would consider leasing a house
In a fair location. Address Mrs. King,
1565 E. 13th St., Portland. Or.
Miscellaneous.
LADY takes charge oi, entertains Invalids,
aged, children, by hour, day, month. Refer
ences. Pacific 67L
XaAJDY wishes washing and ironing; West
Side preferred. 69 N. 13th st. Horns
phone A 4002..
ELDERLY lady, housekeeper in widower's
family. Address H. K.. 208 5th st. Phone
Pacific 2916.
A YOUNG woman would like to work for
room and board at Coast. C 61, Orego
nian. WANTED AGENT9.
WANTED Agents to sell our high grade
trees, shrubs, etc.; outfit furnished free;
commission advanced each week; good ter
ritory open. Albany Nurseries, Albany, Or.
AGENTS WANTED Can you sell goods? If
so, we need you; complete outfit free; cash
weekly. Write for choice of territory.
Capital City Nursery Co., Salem. Or.
WANTED Photograph and portrait agents,
grand new offer. Cutberth. 801 Dekum bldg.
WANTED TO RENT.
WANTED Room and board, gentleman and
2 little girls; state price. T 61, Orego
nian. 10 TO 15 rooms, furnished, suitable -for
roomers and boarders. Address K 65. Ore
gonian. FAMILY without children wants to rent small
cottage. Address R. Buetikofer. 265 Salmon
st
YOUNG lady wants modern room with
t board references. F 65, Oregonian.