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THE MORNING OREGONIAN, TUESDAY, JULY 30, 1907.
ON Saturday. August 8. at Newberg, Or., I
will ell to the highest bidder my entire
herd of 40 to 60 full-blooded cows and
heifers, most of them fresh or will be be
fore Winter. These are choice bred end
number 1 family or dairy cow a. Also, some
blooded horses. Captain Jones' colts, etc.
WB call for dead horse and cattle free of
charge. Phone East 2233..
WANTED One large Ice box for butcher'shop.
Phone East 679.
283 13th St., cor. Jefferson, under new
management; new cor. brick; steam heat,
hot and cold water all the time; both
phones free to guests; elegantly fur
nished rooms, single or en suite, at popu
lar prices; one call means another.
283 13th St., cor. Jefferson.
Nicely furnished rooms, single or n
suite. $2 per week up; steam heat, hot and
cold water; free baths, free phone; dining
room In connection; transients solicited;
open all night; best location In the city;
office and reading-room ground floor. 468
HOTEL BUSHMARK, Washington and 17th
Ftrst-clasa) furnished rooms, single or en
suite; steam heat, hot, cold water, electric
light, phone in every room; smites with pri
vate bath, single, from $3 by week, 75c up
by day; reasonable by month. Main 5647.
HOTEL FRANKLIN, cor. 18th and Wash
ington sts., newly furnished throughout,
new building; suites with baths, hot and
cold, water In every room. Phone Main
7195. Long-distance phones In all rooms.
THE WESTMINSTER, 6th and Madison
sts., the handsomest furnished rooms tern
bachelors In the city, with every modern
convenience, at reasonable rates; only
four blocks from Postofftce.
THE! Benson, brick building, cor. 5th and Mor
rison sts., under new management; most cen
trally located house in city; convenipnt to
postofftce and all car lines; room $3-50 up
per week; 75c to $1.50 day.
rHB ELLSWORTH, Just opened; new brick
building; modern throughout; nicely furn
ished rooms; steam heat, hot and cold
water, electric lights, baths. 166 Lownsdale,
near High School.
HOTEL KENTON, 18th and Wrashlngton
sts.f modern rooms, single and en suit ;
also housekeeping; running water; private
and free baths; rates reasonable. Pacific 490
THE? WILLAMETTE. 322 Stark. S. W. cor.
6th st. ; well furnished rooms, large and
light, single or en suite; transient. 50c to
91; by week, 92 to 95. Pacific 1296.
FOR RENT Large, well-f urnlBhed room ;
hot and cold running water; five mlnutea'
walk from Postofflce. 209 10th st., be
tween Taylor and Salmon.
THE WOODLAND Two beautiful parlor
rooms, single or en suite; vacant today;
suitable for 2 or 3 per sons. 265 Sixth,
4 blocks from postofflce. .
IN the heart of the city, between Courthwise
and City Hall, 247 6th st., nicely fur
nished rooms In thoroughly j-enovated house,
from 91.50 per week up.
HOTEL ANTLERS, cor. 10th and Washing
ton sts., all modern conveniences, suites
with bath, principal car line pass tho
door. Phone Main 2333.
MRS. CAROLINE BLAKELT Jefferson
street, between 5th and 6th ; first-clans
rooms, hot and cold water; terms reason
able. Telephone 7410.
SPECIAL rates men; rooms $6 monthly in
cluding bath; modern residence; six minutes'
walk from postofftce. 292 10th near Jef
ferson. THE TALE, 291 Grand ave., within walk
ing distance and carllnes; large, airy rooms;
very reasonable; free baths. Phone East
THE OGDEN. 83 1st, S. W. cor. Oak St.
Nice large front rooms, clean, neat; baths;
phone; 50c to $1 a day; $2 to 94 week.
SWELL furnished rooms, everything new;
free telephone and bath ; $4 per week and
up for one or 2. 324 Davis.
NICELY furnished "rooms with all modern
conveniences ; stationary stands In rooms.
26 N. 17th St., near' Wash.
FRONT and adjoining rooms, handsomely fur
nished; other outside rooms; transient or
weekly. 189 Third.
LARGE, airy, beautifully furnished rooms,
fine location, all conveniences. 163 17th
St., cor. Morrison.
213 13TH Nicely furnished front suite and
single rooms, suitable, couples or party of
NICB furnished room; new and modern; call
evenlnga or phone East 4123, Monday. 64
E. 10th st.
6T. FRANCIS Nicely furnished rooms In
suites or single. 84 North 6th at., corner
of Couch st.
REASONABLE One or two pleasant rooms,
clean, quiet, very central. 450 Yamhill,
206 13th ST; two large nicely furnished front
rooms; first floor; reasonable; private
THREE extra nice rooms, furnished, modern
home, all conveniences; no children. 414
THE ELWOOD Newly furnished; $2 to $5
week; also transient rooms. 343 Morrison.
THD RANDOLPH, 3d and Columbia, rooms
50c to 91 day; 92 to 94 week. Pacific 2744.
THE WOODLAND Pleasant rooms for nice
people. 265 6th, 4 blocks from postofflce.
ONE furnished and one unfurnished room,
free phone and bath. 166 Chapman st.
SWELL room for gentleman in private
flat. Phone Pacific 1260. 383 5th at.
THE COZY." 193 7th. cor. Taylor; nicely
furnished rooms, with or without board.
NICELY furnished rooms; phone, hot and cold
water. 241 North lfith. S. or 16th car.
LARGE front room, also single, close In, pri
vate family. B 1122. 8 Grand ave N.
FOR RENT Nice room, private family; West
Bide; references. T 68. Oregonian.
FOR RENT Furnished room for 1 or 2; all
conveniences. 287 W. Park st.
HOTEL ROYAL, 108 4th st. Rooms by week,
$2 to 95; per night, 50c to 91.
SMALL furnished room for rent; reasona
ble. Call 808 5th st.
Rooms With Board.
FOR RENT Large, pleasant front room for
two; breakfast and dinner; private; home
cooking; all fconventencas; quiet; nice
porch; reasonable. 252 N. 19th st., near
' Marshall. Pacific 2497. '
Portland Women's Union; ISfch year Rooms
with board, use of sewing-room, use of
library; Women's Exchange. Address Mrs,
Ella Rawlings, upt., 010 Flanders.
TWO nicely furnished front rooms, with
board, In private family; rent reasonable,
181 North 16th. Paclfio 2917.
THE MARLTN, 553 WASHINGTON FUR
nlsbed rooms single or en suite; good
board, convenient location.
ROOM 'and board In choice home; everything
flrst-claea and elegant ; large grounds and
porches. 715 Everett st.
KOSEDALE, select private boarding-house;
large grounds, just a few rooms left. 404
Madison, cor. 10th.
BOARD and room for two young men, In pri
vate family; 95 per week; everything flrst
class. 27 E. 7th.
NEWLY furnished suites and single rooms, hot
and cold water, steam heat. 452 Morrison.
889 ALDER ST. Furnished rooms, with
board; home cooking. English family.
1684 TENTH, pleasant rooms with or wlth
out board; suitable for gentlemen.
THE OZARK Rooms, first-class service; hot,
cold water. 225 11th st.
THE WESTMINSTER. 6th and Madison
sts. Unfurnished apartments with every
modern convenience; up to date In every
respect; reasonable rates; central loca
tlon; only four blocks from Postofflce.
6-ROOM apartments for rent. 295 12th cor
Columbia. Phone Main 200.
JUST completed, modern flats of 7, 0 and 4
rooms; walking distance; on Green ave.,
2oo feet south of 23d and Washington, in
985 Desirable modern single flat, 7 rooms,
attic and basement. 351 6th St.; owner
WEST Side, 4 rooms, modern, upper flat;
63 7th st; 916; no children; unlocked.
FOR RENT Two nice flats. West Side,
close in, heat and water furnished, rea
sonable rent. Inquire Chapin & Her
low, 332 Chamber of Commerce.
MODERN flats, all sizes, for rent. East and
West Sides. Portland Trust Company of
Oregon, S. E. cor. 3d and Oak. Phone
182 CHAPMAN ST., cor. Taylor, new flat, 4
rooms; tile bath; 920. Graves' Music Store,
FOR RENT August 1, 6-room flat; cen
' tratly located; no children. Phone
NEW, modern 3-room furnished flat; bath,
phone. 5 minutes' walk to postofflce. 383
FOR RENT Modern 6-room flat. Apply 586
Hoyt st. corner 18th.
VERT desirable furnished 4-room flat. 587
GOOD furnished or unfurnished housekeeping
rooms. 2 for t8 month, S for $12; unfur
nished new flat, 4 rooms, ground floor, 916
Tnonth; part of cottage, ground floor, front
rooms, furnished, grassy yard and porch,
near fine shady grove, $16; 4 and 7-room
cottages, unfurnished, $3 and $20. Apply
3ttt North 26th, Willamette Height cars to
-28th, turn south half block.
THE HOWLAND APARTMENTS, 631 H
Washington, cor. 20th Nicely furnished
housekeeping rooms, gas ranges, hot
water, free bath, free phone, both floors;
nice sunny suites 910 and 912 per month;
best rooms In city for money.
THE ONEONTA, J 87 17th st.. near Yamhill;
new house, elegantly furnished, la suites or
2, 8 and 4 rooms, hot and cold water, gas
range each kitchen; steam beat, baths, fres
phone each floor: no children.
THREE bright, completely furnished house
keeping rooms; large pantry; gas range,
hot and cold water In kitchen; gas and
large clean bathroom. 94 N. 16th st., cor.
Flanders. Phone Main 6067.
SHEFFIELD 7th and Jefferson sts. New
and modern; fully equipped for conveni
ence and economy; central location; no
carfare; one 4 -room, apartment, , bath.
COLUMBIAN apartments, 11th and Colum
bia, unfurnished 4-room partments; bath,
hot and cold water; excellent neighbor
hood; reasonable rent; no children.
THE SANGERT Just opened, beautiful
modern housekeeping apartments : come
early and select your suites. Between
19th and 20th, on Washing-ion.
$22.50 Newly furnished housekeeping1 suite:
gas range, porcelain oatn, pnones, neat ana
light; elegant neighborhood. 825 12th st.
Phone Pacific 2102.
DESIRABLE, reasonable unfurnished rooms.
brick building; no transient lodgers; cen
trally located, saving carfare and time. 211
2d and Salmon.
11.50 WEEK UP LARGE, CLEAN FUR-
nlahed housekeeping: rooms, laundry ana
bath. 184 Sherman st., South Portland.
270 MONTGOMERY, cor. 3d, desirable fur
nished housekeeping suites; all conven
lences; adults; central. Main j469.
DESIRABLE BAT WINDOW UNFURNISHED
suite In beautifully located apartment-house,
8o5 Jefferson st., cor. 5th.
SMALL housekeeping suite, with, every
convenience; also rooms from 92 per week
and up. 309 Jefferson st.
TWO large, neatly furnished housekeeping;
rooms: electric lights, bath. 149 Park, be
tween Morrison and Alder.
TWO very pleasant, clean and neatly fur
nished housekeeping rooms; no children ;
references. 655 Irving.
NICELY furnished housekeeping rooms, single
or en suite; walking distance; prices rea
sonable. 555 Morrision.
THREE furnished housekeeping rooms; new
house, gas range, bath. 917 Belmont,
Sunnyslde; rent 917.
LARGE, light, nicely furnished housekeep
ing rooms; water, gas range; $360 and
up. 5034 Alder.
S01H 1ST ST., cor. Columbia, under new
management, nousexeeping rooms, sleeping-,
FOR RENT Unfurnished apartment of four
rooms; water, gas ana pnone. leiepnone
JEFFERSONIAN, 614 Jefferson, 8-room
suite completely furnished for housekeeping.
HOUSE-KEEPING rooms, 92 and up; light,
comfortable, good view. 657 First
916 Three nicely furnished rooms in cottage;
gas range. Dam, yara, can arte moon, eio
492 CLAY; 1 lefcge front alcove room fur
nished for housekeeping; walking distance.
SUITE of two unfurnisHed housekeeping
rooms; 91.25 per week. 882 E. Yamhill st.
NICELY furnished housekeeping suites. The
Erdmann, E. Burnslde and Grand ave.
912 4 rooms for housekeeping; ' gas plate,
steel range. 620 7th St.; Main 4629.
TWO unfurnished housekeeping rooms, close
In East Side. Phone East 6967.
THREE unfurnished housekeeping rooms for
rent. 292 Larrabee st.
rooms. 511 Glison.
W7E have a 6-room cottage close to Wash
ington st. ; modern, convenient and well
MOORE REALTY COMPANY.
17-19 Mallory blk., 268 Stark at.
NEW residence, 7 rooms, now ready; thor
oughly modern; furnace grate, elegant
bathroom, beautiful wood finish; Grand
ave. and Hancock. Inquire 399 Hancock.
Phone East 1685.
NINE-ROOM house, close in. West Bide, per
manent; teiepnone, eecinc ngnts, run case
ment ; 935 per month. Western Oregon
Trust Co., 291 Stark st. Phone Paciflo 693.
HALF BLOCK and modern 7-room house,
on good carllne, $16.
MOORE REALTY CO.,
,17-19 Mallory Bldg., 268 Stark St.
FOR RENT Modern nine-room house. No.
435 Williams ave.; keys at 427 Williams
ave. ; for price apply to A. B. Galloway.
Private Exchange 62.
PLEASANT, modern cottage, bath, gas.
lawn; rent, eiu. oua wnerry at,, nowa
day' S Add.; walking distance or take U
FOR RENT Cottage, corner 17th and OU
- can st. Inquire Max Smith, the Sa
voy restaurant, 149 7th, or Home phone
921.60 Modern 6-room house, freshly tinted.
467 East Grant; permanent. Inquire
phone East 8400.
MODERN 7-room house, best part of Irving-
ton; pertect repair, inside ana out. Tel
. East 842.
FOR RENT 4-room cottage, thoroughly
renovated. No. 209 Meade st. Phone
MODERN 6-room house, walking- dlstanoe. In
quire 691 Bast Washington at. Home phone
FOR RENT Large greenhouse and some land
adjoining; terms reasonable. Phone Main
MODERN 7-room house; fine view. 692 Mar
ket st. drive. Portland Heights car. Main
6-ROOM cottage, $12.50, water included; no
children; 1SS East 44th - st., ML Tabor
FOR houses, furnished and unfurnished,
Hynson. 848H Washington at. Main 7089.
FOR RENT Modern 6-room cottage, 201
p East 19th and Pacific. Phone East 860.
MODERN 7-room house. 468 Clay St.; rent
$35. Phone Pan. -1833 weekdays.
FOR RENT 3-room cottage, bath, gas,'
Corner 2d and Sherman.
NOB HILL Modern 6-room house; Hoyt st.,
bet. 22d and 23d.
MODERN 5-room house, 884 Cam there, near
6th. Main 4529.
6-ROOM furnished home In Irvlngton for
month August; references. N 78, Ore
gonian. FOR 2 or 8 months, furnished 8-room house,
rent $50. Apply Parrlsh A Watkins.
FURNTSHED house "to rent" for August. iAp
ply 707 Hoyt st. Phone Mala 2432.
NEW six -room modern house; best In Fir
land; at $200 less than cost. Cor. Flrland
ave. and Lewis st.
4 ROOMS, elegantly furnished flat, first
1 floor; lawn, roses, gas range, modern.
Phone Main 1224.
6-ROOM furnlsRed house, desirable location,
yard and flowers. 690 E. Burnslde st. Call
6-ROOM cottage: central; roomers par part
rent. Call 16S West Park st, near Mor
rison. Houses for Rent Furniture for Sale.
FOR RENT Very desirable 10-room mod
ern house; hot water heating; cement
basement; fine location; nice yard; West
Side; gas range, carpets and such furni
ture as is desired, for sale; rent $75 per
month; only desirable tenants wanted. In
quire 500 McKay bldg-.
FOR SALE Furniture of a 10-room rooming
house, suitable for boarding-house; good
money-maker; 5 mln. walk from center of
town ; will sell cheap if taken at once;
leaving town. Call after 12 A. M., 49 N.
Park st. Phone Pac. 80.
A COMPLETELY furnished cottage, 6
rooms, bath, gas, etc. ; conveniently ar
ranged; very reasonable; rent $21 per
month. W. M. Fangley. 317, C. of Com.
ELEGANT new furniture of modern seven
room flat, costing $800; will sell cheap If
taken at once. Phone Paciflo 134.
FURNITURE) of 6-room flat for sale; rea
sonable; call 820 7th at., between 10 A. M.
and 4:30 P. M.
NEW 6-room cottage; carllne, gas, bath, hot
water, furniture all new; rent $16. Phone
7-ROOM house, furnished, 4 blocks from
postofflce. Inquire 208 7th. Phone Main
FURNITURE of 9-room house, cheap if taken
at once. 81 7th at., cor. Oak.
TENTS, completely furnished for housekeep
ing, except bed linen, and equipped with
all necessary Implements for crabbing,
clam-digging, etc., for rent at Cannon
Beach; superb scenery, water, springs and
wood in plenty at camp site and clams
and crabs In abundance near -toy. Ad
dress L. Mansur, Cannon Beach, Or.
The finest beach property ever offered,
iolnlng Breakers Hotel property, to be
mown as "Manhattan Beach;" 250-acre
tract, a portion with building restrictions;
other unrestricted; easy terms.
A. C. CHURCHILL A CO., 110 2d St., City.
4750 for sale, at Ocean Park, Wash., 9
corner lots, with 6-room modern cottage built
last Fall ; painted throughout ; nice pantry,
pump, sink, eto.; never been occupied; 4
blocks south of depot. Paciflo Coast Realty
Co., room 307 Buchanan bid. 9
CAPT. SCHNEIDER'S Park cottage will be
open August 10 at Seavlew, one block from
depot; large, comfortable rooms, w4th break
fast if desired ; good restaurant in next
block. Long Beach, Wash.
SEAVIEW Nice B-room cottage, well fur
nished, sink, water in kitchen, good barn,
near beach. Milton York, Long Beach,
NICELY furnished room with ' housekeeping
privileges at Long Beach, Wash.; $16 for
month of August. Inquire at 309 Stark st.
GOOD board and rooms with private family,
Cedarhuret Cottage; modern. For terms ad
dress Charles Cleland, Seaside, Or.
FOR RENT From August 5 for balance of
season, six-room cottage; well furnished;
at Seavlew. . Phone Main 4694.
SHELBURN HOTEL Everything first -class;
home cooking ; modern prices. Mrs. T.
J. Hoare, Seavlew, Wash.
FURNISHED 5-room cottage, beautifully lo
cated ridge, fronting ocean, Long Beach.
Berry, 600 East Oak.
FOR RENT 4-room cottage for August, at
Seaside. Tel. Main 3564, or call 620 Mar
Boswell Springs open; health and pleasure re
sort, 2 miles south Drain, Or., on S. P. R. R.
IF COTTAGE or tenting outfit is wanted for
Summer, write F. McFarland, Seaside, Or.
NEW, modern front corner store in good resi
dence district on car; fine location for gro
cery and market; reasonable rent. Address
D 64, Oregonian.
STORAGE room in cement basement, sidewalk
elevator. 2d, mear Washington, Howe,
Davis A Kllham, 111 2d at.
FOR RENT Store, 180 Thirteenth St., near
wasningTon. do. Apply tsneeny Bros.
BUILDINGS equipped with boiler and en
gine, city, free fuel and water. 147 North
6th st. -. '
STORE warehouse, commercial agents
sample-rooms. Inquire Andrew Kan & Co.
FOR LEASE Store, 251 First st. Particu
lars L. E. Thompson & Co., 228 Sd.
THREE stores for rent. Inquire T. J. TJhl-
man, in. lotn.
FRONT and back offices very reasonable;
heat, light and elevator services; best lo
. cation in city. Damxneier, agent, Ral
eigh bldg.. 6th and Washington st.
FOR RENT Office and desk room in a
pleasant downtown location, facing on
Washington st. Inquire 413 Commercial
LOOK! For rent cheap. If taken at once, 8
office rooms, 2d floor, on Washington st..
below 7th. Address H 71, Oregonian.
FOR RENT Suite of three furnished of
fices, with telephone exchange.- F 77,
NICB office room fronting on Morrison art.,
2d floor. The Benson, cor. 5th and Morrison.
FOR RENT Completely furnished office, or
will rent deskroom. 209 Lumber Exchange,
FINE offices, best location. Room 115
Swetland bldg, 5'.h and Washington.
MONEY LOANED TO SALARIED PEOPLE)
Just on your own name; no other security
necessary; don't borrow until you sea me;
my system Is the best for railroad men.
clerks, bookkeepers, streetcar mn and ail
other employes; business strictly confldeatia.
F. A. Newton, 511 Buchanan Bldg,
MONEY ADVANCED SALARIED PEOPLffl
and others upon their own names without
security ; cheapest rates; easiest pay menu;
offices in 60 principal cities; save yourself
money by getting our terms first.
TOLMAN, 228 Ablngton Bldg., 106)6 8d St.
WE have ready money on hand to loan ia
sums to suit on good residence property at
low Interest. Plggott, Finch & Bigger, at
torneys at law, rooms 4, 6 and 6, Mulkey
bldg. Phones Main 7145; A 1240.
CASH on hand for purchase money, mortgages.
oobos ior aesus or contracts oi saie oa real
estate, either country or city property. H. E.
Noble, Commercial blk., 2d and Washington.
LOANS on easy payment plan to salaried peo
ple; lowest rates; strictly confidential. Em
ployes' Loan Co., room 716, The Dekum Sd
and Waah. Main 224.
MONEY LOANED IN BUMS OF $5 AND
up on all kinds of security. W. A. Hatha
way, room 10. Wash. bldg. Paciflo 1882.
95000 OR LESS IN SUMS TO SUIT ON
real estate: charges reasonable. Inquire
J. H, Mlddleton, til 7 Chamber Commerce,
LOANS ON FURNITURE, PIANOS AND
other securities; lowest rates. S. W. King,
room 45, Wash. . bldg. Phone Main 6100.
MONEY to loan on improved city property or
for building purposes. Columbia Life A Trust
Company, 214 Luaiber Exchange bldg.
MONEY LOANED IN SMALL OR LARQH
sums on improved and unimproved real ea
tate. ' W. H. Nunn. 652 Sherlock block.
91000 to $100,000 to loan In sums to suit at 6 to
7 per cent on improved realty. M, G. Griffin.
266 Stark, opp. Chamber of Commerce.
IMMEDIATE LOANS FROM $5 TO $5000 OH
all securities, R. L Eckerson A Co., room ft,
Washington bldg. Phone Pac. 1831.
MONEY TO LOAN ON ALL KINDS OF Se
curity, wm. noli, rm. v wasnington bldg.
State funds loaned, 6 per ct. W. E. Thomas,
state est., Multnomah Co. 400 C. of Com.
DON'T BORROW MONEY ON YOUR SAL
ary until you seeXHutton Credit Company.
9500,000 TO LOAN AT 5 AND 6 PER CENT.
Wm. G. Beck, room 812 Falling bldg-.
MONET to loan on diamonds or Jewelry by
private party. L 67, care Oregonian.
A LOAN for the asking, salary or chattel.
The Loan Co., 410 Dekum bldg.
Money to Loan.
MONEY MONEY MONEY MONEY
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DON'T BE HARD UP.
TO EVERYONE WORKING
WHAT MORE COULD YOU ASKT
STATE SECURITY CO.
704 DEKUM BLDG.
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INDUSTRIAL, mining, railroad and timber
propositions of merit financed; loans ne
gotiated; stocks and bonds bought and
sold on strictly commission basis. Com
panies Incorporated and organized. Bond
Issues prepared and marketed. Our bro
kerage department offers the best facili
ties for making safe and profitable in
vestments, and Is the quickest medium
lor financing good propositions.
OREGON REALTY COMPANY,
Suite 8-9, 862 Washington st.,
Phons Main 7630. Portland, Or.
MONEY TO LOAN.
On improved city property or for build
ing purposes, 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
progresses; mortgages taken up and re
placed. Fred H. tilrong, financial agent,
242 Stark st.
LOANS made to salaried people holding- per
manent positions and responsible firms; easy
payments and strictly confidential; also
on personal property; rooming -houses a speo
NEW ERA LOAN A MORTGAGE) OOw,
206 Ablngton bldg.
THO STAR LOAN COMPANY. .
Any salaried employe, wage-earner, caa
re t on his note, without mortgage (con
fidential). Montto. -month. Week.
$50 Repay to u.... $13.38 or 96.65 or f3.80
925 Repay to us....$ 6.05 or 93-20 or L66
$15 Repay to us....$ 4.90 or $2.00 or $1.00
210 McKay Bldg-., 102 Third,
WE loan on notes to employes of permanency
and Integrity; those who can repay and
whose intentions are to do so can get our
money at a rate they can afford to pay.
We offer you businesslike treatment and
use businesslike methods only.
CRESCENT LOAN CO.,
428 Mohawk bldg. Main 2041.
"WANTED $5000 loan on outside property,
from 3 to 5 years; value three times amount
wanted. 802 Commercial bldg.
WANTED To borrow $4500 on improved
property worth $12,000; gilt-edge security.
J 68, Oregonian.
WANTED $4000 loan on Inside property
for 6 years. O 80, Oregonian.
LADIES, on word with you 28 years of auo
cessful practice In Portland In the treatment
of diseases peculiar to women should be suf
ficient guarantee to those seeking the aid of
an experienced physician and surgeon. I
have assisted hundreds of anxious and suf
fering women. I can assist you. If in
trouble, no matter from what cause, call on
old Dr. J. D. Gray, the old reliable special
ist; no charge for consultation or advice.
251 Alder et., corner Sd, Portland, Or. Cor
respondence sacredly confidential.
DR. MARY LANE,
Late superintendent of Chicago Women's Hos
pital, treats diseases of women exclusively;
ladles will consult their best interests by
communicating with me; no fee for con
sultation; correspondence absolutely confi
dential; maternity oases given special at
tention. Sanitarium and offices, 258 Alder,
corner $d, Portland, Or. Phone Main 2796.
SUITS pressed while you wait, 50c To vis
itors of Portland hotels and to publlo at,
large: Suits pressed at 60c at Gilbert, the
tailor's, 1064. 6th et., next to Quelle. La
dles' skirts pressed, 60c. Feathers and boas
cleaned and curled. Phone Pacific 2088.
CHRONIC, nervous and special diseases of
men and women cured by modern scientific
methods; electric treatment for diseases of
the prostate; consultation free. Dr. W. L
Howard, Commonwealth bldg.. Sixth st.
LADIES Ask your druggist for Chlches
ters Diamond Brand Pills. For 25 years
known as the best, safest. Reliable, Take
no other. Chichestere Diamond Brand
Fills. Sold by druggists everywhere.
DRESS suits for renv., ali sizes; $1 month
keeps your clothes cleaned, pressed, buttons
sewed on, rips sewed. Prompt calls and de
liveries. Unique Tailoring Co., 809 Stark st.
LADIES Dr. Sanderson's Co-Savin and Cot
ton Root Pills are the only sure remedy for
female troubles and Irregularities; by mall,
92 box. Dr. Pierce, 181 1st st., Portland.
DR. K ETC HUM treats the special diseases of
women, likewise all private affections of
men ; correspondence confidential. Phone Pa
cific 2228. 170 3d st., cor. Yamhill.
LOST powers restored by the great Dr. Lor
ens Nerve Tonlo Tablets, 25c a box. Write
or call at Eyssel's Pharmacy, 227 Morrison
st., bet. 1st and 2d
GERMAN, French, Spanish and other Foreign
Dictionaries Text Books and Literature
(German books a specialty). A. W. bchmale
Co., 229 First st.
Mm. Courtright, skin and scalp treatments ;
facial deformities corrected; plastio surgery.
225 Fleldner bldg. M. 6042. Home A 2069.
DR. J. T. PIERCE cures all nervous, chronlo
and private diseases, both sexes; office treat
ment 50c to 91- Call or write, 161 1st st.
MOLES, wrinkles, superfluous hair removed.
No charge to talk it over. Mrs. M. D. Hill,
room 330, Fliedner bldg. Pacific 135.
YOUNG scientific masseuse gives electrical,
alcohollo medicated and genuine tub
baths. 41 Raleigh bldg.
MISS ETHEL WARD, manicerlat and chi
ropodist, is now in room 10, Bol Mor
DR. ATWOOD, femaie diseases; maternity
private hospital, a jewis bi. p. 1753.
Recently opened manicuring parlors removed
xrom ttbl to oifr juorrwon at., room 2.
LADY barber shop now open, 4 chairs, no
waiting; manicuring taught. 64 4th st.
I WILL teach a respectable working girl the
barber's trade. M 80, Oregonian.
BALM of Figs for all female diseases. 626
B). Belmont. Phone E 4084.
THE healing household remedy. Satin skin
cream should always be handy. 25c.
90000 BUYS 1-8 interest in very profitable
mercantile Business, city; aesire to increase
business; first-class office man preferred;
salary 9150 monthly; bank references given
and required. Call or address 226 M Morri
son st., suite 2.
FOR RENT Large new hotel at new R, R.
terminal groumis. lztn ana Marshall sts. ;
has 148 rooms, dining-room and kitchen; all
modern conveniences; 6-year lease; rent 9500
per month. Apply to Phil Gevurtx, of Gev
urts & Bona, 173-5 First st.
STOCK of general merchandise, well located.
in cottage urove; aoing a gooa business;
Invoice $3000 to $6000; beet of reasons for
selling; Investigate. Address Drawer C,
Cottage Grove, Or.
FOR SALE General merchandise stock; In
voice $8000 to $10,000; in thriving Wil
lamette Valley town; rent reasonable; sales
$26,000 last year. For particulars address
C 66, Oregonian. -
FOR SALE Willamette Valley drug business,
well located, prosperous; sworn statement of
business furnished; price $2750; terms; sick
ness. Address G 65, care Oregonian.
HARDWARE and furniture store, an old
established business, on good paying basis;
must sell at once on account of health,
H 75, care Oregonian.
DRUG STORE for sale; good chance for doe
tor; must sell or close store; other buainers
demands my time. Address Dr. Everest,
$3300 WILL buy good paying bakery and
confectionery business In Eastern Oregon
town; good reason for selling. N 70, Ore
gonian. EOOMING-HOUSE New furniture, good lo
cation; large rooms; low rent; $550. Room
7, 181 lat st.
FOR SALE First-class cigar fixtures, good
location; 2 years lease; rent $30. Call at
289 Stark st.
LAUNDRY One of the best in Oregon; must
sell Call 206 Allsky bldg-., Sd and Morri
son. FOR BALE General merchandise store In
thriving village near Portland- V 75. Ore
gonian. FOR sale by owner, rooming house 87 rooms,'
$1650; terms; pays well. H 81, Oregonian.
FOR SALE Barber shop. Inquire of the sec
retary of the Barbers' Union.
BAKERY and grocery store in good location
' Xor sale. G 75, Oregonian.
RUSTLERS INVESTMENT REALTY CO.
851 Morrison St., Room 6.
A Great Opportunity.
A clean, up-to-date retail business clear
ing over all expenses 52 per week, and
the only one of Its kind In Portland.
Saloon Men, Here Is a Genuine Snap.
A saloon, small rooming house, and an
other small business In connection doing an
A 1 trade on a prominent street and a good
corner- lease expires April, 1912. Reason
for selling, sickness.
Rooming house people are respectfully in
vited to examine our list.
We have ideal ones; good locations and
RUSTLERS INVESTMENT REALTY CO.
351 h Morrison St., Room 6.
IF YOU have $1000 that you want to double
inside of 12 months and have absolute
real estate security, Join our syndicate;
the bank handles your money and holds
. title for you. Address K 75, Oregonian.
FOR SALE General merchandise business
in Portland's best suburb; stock, horses,
wagons, etc, will Invoice about $4500. For
a fine and paying proposition this would
be hard to equal, and is the best buy in
the city; trade steadily Increasing; every
courtesy shown to buyers, but those not
having the requisite amount of money
should not apply. N 72, Oregonian.
REAL estate business; partner wanted to
show land, etc; active man can easily
clear $150 to $200 a month and very
little money required; If you are thinking
of going Into the real estate business,
don't fall to Investigate at once. Par
ticulars 248 Stark st.
GENERAL merchandise store la the best
county In Oregon for sale; new R. R. build
ing, $20,000; owner wants to go In the bank
ing business; this Is the best business open
ing In the Northwest; will stand the closest
Investigation. G 72, Oregon ian.
SPECIAL Reliable man, with $750 and ref
erences, can secure interest in a solid
business, where you can easily clear at
least $200 a month; duties easily learned;
this business will stand thorough investi
gation. Call 248 H Stark st.
WILL bny or loan money on approved stocks:
I have stock In an Invention that will pay
1000 per cent profit and Income for life.
Large or small Investments accepted. Stock
exchanged for other property of value, W. J.
. Curtis, 215 Commercial block.
BITUMINOUS (coking) coal lands, la British
Columbia, on railroad: 1800 acres at 92 per
acre; the only bituminous coal field on main
land in B. C, except Crows Neat. B. Fal
lows, mining engineer, 684 Chamber of Com
merce. WILL sell half interest In general mer
chandise in suburb, about $2600 required;
profits about 93000 a year; business In
creasing dally; want a hustler more than
the money; reference. K 77, Orego
nian. HARDWARE and implement business, in Val
ley town; stock and building, about $8000,
but could reduce the stock $2000 In a very
short time; good reason for selling. Q 91,
LUMBER mill for sale, situate on Columbia
River, west of Portland; has several mil
lions stum page, wharf. new machinery;
price $10,000. M. G. Griffin, 266 Stark st.
FOR SALE A drug store In Southern Ore
gon mining town ; good business; invoice
$2500; two good doctors. For information,
write Box 105. Gold Hill, Oregon.
SALOOjN" Honest partner wanted; experi
ence not necessary and only 9550 required;
no trouble to clear at least 9125 to $150
a month. Call 248 Vs Stark et.
ONE of the best saloons In elty for sale at
sacrifice; long lease; low rent; business
$ 1300 a month ; only $3500 requlreu.
Room 823 Lumber Exchange.
INTEREST in a paying hardware business
$15,000 stock in progressive valley town
of 1000, about 60 miles from Portland. Teres
Bros. Co., 302 Goodnough.
GROCERY store, business of $50 day, stock
$000. fixtures $300; three living rooms and
store; rent $25; price $1000. Paclfio Invest
ment Co., 81H Fifth st.
$650 BUYS first-class rooming-house with
18 rooms nicely furnished, full of roomers,
- good location. Owner must leave city.
Call at 93 North 3d.
SPECIAL TODAY $2500 secures a business
where you can clear $400 a month without
previous experience. Particulars 248 Vs
FOR SALS Private boarding house, full of
boarders; cheap If taken at once. Call be
tween 1 and 2 o'clock P. M. at 492 N. 24th
FOR SALE Good restaurant; will exchange
for lots, acreage or small rooming-house.
510 Buchanan bldg., 286 hi Washington,
YOU can make 20 per cent profit on a $1000
investment; you control the money all the
time. Box A 75, Oregonian office.
NEWSPAPER for sale Oregon live weekly In
growing town; Job office in connection; bar
gain. Address D 70, Oregonian.
A FIRST-CLASS modern, up-to-date rooming
house, 16 rooms. The very best buy In Port
land. Call 23 Lafayette bldg.
GOOD paying confectionery and bakery
bargain. Particulars 206 Allsky bldg..
Third and Morrison sts.
DESIRABLE partner wanted in good-paying
business; $375 capital required; references
required. 229 13th at.
FOR SALE Grocery in growing- suburb, at
end of carllne; will sell at a sac rl floe.
G 80, Oregonian.
FOR SALE Furniture store in growing
town, close to Portland. Address B 78,
FOR SALE -Rooming-house of 12 rooms, filled,
246 Jefferson, near 3d. Apply on premises.
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST ialk's teeth, gold mounting, square
raised letters B. P. O. E.. No. 17. Finder
will confer great favor and receive re
ward by returning to E. E. Hoffman,
Administration building, fair grounds.
FOUND Gentleman's open-faced watch.
The owner may have same by describing
property and paying for this ad. Apply
Wonder Millinery Co., Morrison and 1st sta.
LOST On Sunday's outbound Port land -Corvallls
train, lady's red leather purse,
keepsake. Liberal reward. Phone East
84U5. Address V 76, Oregonian.
LOST On Washing-ton street, between West
Park and 20th, or Multnomah Field; -ladles'
small enameled sliver watch. Finder
please phone Main 1597.
FOUND Where hair mattresses are renovated,
returned same day. 22S Front. Main 474.
Portland Curled Hair Factory. H. Mstxger.
LOST Sunday evening at Oaks, a ring rt
with four turquoise; valued only as a giXt;
reward. Rhodes, 142 Second st. '
LOST Gold scarf pin, design woman's head;
finder will receive reward of 95 by leaving
at Oregonian office.
LOST String of gold beads. Leave with
F. D. Reninston, foot of Yamhill St., and
LOST Black skirt, on East Alder, between
7th and 18th. Return 289 Grand ave.,
LOST An abstract of title between Mlr
waukle and Portland. Return 265 2d st.
.PORTLAND Oregon, July 28, 1907. Sealed
bids will be received at the office of the
School Clerk, City Hall, up to 12 M.,
Friday, August 2d, 1907, for plastering
the following school buildings, vis,: Ter
wllliger School building and Creston
School building. Plans and specifications
for same can be seen at architect's office,
384 East Third street. All proposals
must be accompanied, by certified check
for 10 per cent of the amount of proposal.
The School Board reserves the right to
reject any and all bids.
THOS. J. JONES, Architect.
PORTLAND, Oregon, July 28, 1907. Sealed
bids will be received at the office of the
School Clerk, City Hall, up to 12 M Fri
day, August 2, 1907, for painting- the Hol
laday School building. Specifications for
same can be seen at architect's office, 334
East Third street. All proposals must be
accompanied by certified check for 10
per cent of amount of proposal. The
School Board reserves the right to reject
any and all bids. -
THOS. J. JONES, Architect.
BIDS will be received until 8 P. M. August
8, 1907, at the office of the Port of Port
land Commission, City Hall, for one steel
pump runner complete and extra plateo.
rings, etc.. In accordance with plans and
specifications which can be had by apply
in: at thM atfloa. John P. Doyle, clerk.
SEALED bids for the building of the super
structure of the Administration Building
(size 80x238 ft.; height, three-story; mate
rials, stone, brick, and fire-proof construc
tion) for the University of Idaho, at Mos
cow, will be received until 2 P. M. August
20, 1907, and will be opened at that time.
Separate bids will also be received for the
following items: 1st, brick masonry. 2d,
cut stone and terra eotta. 8d, reinforced
concrete fire-proofing. 4th, structural steel.
6th, roofing, tile and sheet metal. 6th,
carpentry and superintendence. 7th, plumb
ing. Plans and specifications can be had
at the university and at the office of J. E.
Tourtellotte & Co., at Boise. A deposit of
$15 will be required to Insure their safe re
turn. All bidders must enclose a certified
check for 2 per cent of the amount bid, pay
able to Mrs. S. H. Hays, secretary, wltb
their bid, and send or hand their bid to Mrs.
8. H. Hays, secretary of the board of
regents, Moscow, Idaho. All checks will be
returned to the bidders as soon as contract
Is closed. The successful bidders must
sign contracts within 10 days and furnish
bond within 30 days after contract Is award
ed or forfeit certified check. Contract con
tains clause required by the State Board of
Examiners to protect labor and material
claims and bond must be made by surety or
trust company. The building must be com-
fie ted by September 1, 1908. Financial abil
ty and experience will be considered In
awarding contract. Bidders must state their
individual names and address in full. The
board reserves the right to reject any or all
MRS. S. H. HAYS, Secretary.
Moscow, Idaho, July 17. 1907.
8625,000.00 Snake River irrigation district
coupon bonds for sale Sealed bids are
invited and will be received by the board
of directors of Snake River Irrigation
District, In Malheur County, Oregon, un
til 2 o'clock P. M., August 9, 1907. fur
the purchase of $325,000 bonds, or any
part thereof, to be 20-year coupon bonds,
payable In Installments beginning at the
expiration of the 11th year, interest 6
per cent semi-annually. All bids to be
sealed and indorsed, "Proposal for Snake
River Irrigation District Bonds," and ad
dressed to S. W. Applegate, chairman,
Mosqulte, Oregon. The successful bidder
to furnish blank bonds. The right is re
served to reject any and all bids. De
tailed information furnished on applica
tion to Roy White, secretary, Weiser,
Idaho. Dated July 2, 1907. By order of
the board of directors. Roy White, sec
retary. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, WASH
ington, D. C, May 6, 1907. Sealed pro
posals will be received at the office of the
Supervising Engineer, United States Recla-
mat ion Service, Portlaud, Oregon, until 2
o'clock P. M., September 2, 1907, for the
purchase and removal of standing- timber
upon lands immediately surrounding Lakes
Clealum, Kacheao and Keechelus, all In
Kittitas County. Washington, and bumping
Lake in Yakima County, Washington, in
volving about 63,000.000 t. -X M. of mer
chantable timber, 2000 telephone poles and
20,000 railroad ties. Particulars may be
obtained at the office of the United States
Reclamation Service at Washington, D. C.,
Portland, Oregon, and North Yakima, Wash
ington. Approved: James Rudolph Garfield.
GENERAL Depot, Q. M. Dept., Jeffersonville.
Ind., July 24, 1907. Sealed proposals, in
triplicate, endorsed on cover, "Proposals for
Q. M. Supplies," and addressed to under
Signed, will be received here until 10 o'clock
A. M. August 23, 1907, for range and wagon
parts, boilers, paint, and miscellaneous sup
plies required for Manila, P. I., as per
schedule, which will be furnished on appli
cation to this depot and the depots at New
York and San Francisco. Preference given
to articles of domestic production or manu
facture. Theright Is reserved to reject or
accept any or all bids or any part thereof.
Further Information on application. J. M.
Marshall, Assistant Qr. Mr. General and
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed bids will be received and opened
August 12. 1907, by the Mother Provin
cial at St. Mary's Academy, Portland, Or.,
for the erection of a three-story brick ad
dition to St. Mary's Academy, The Dalles,
Or., and for alterations to the present
building. Each bidder will be required to
deposit a certified check made payable to
the Mother Provincial, In the amount or
6 per cent of his bid, to Insure his taking
the. contract If awarded to him. The
owners reserve the right to reject any and
all bids. Responsible contractors may
have the drawings and specifications by
applying to O. J. CrandalL architect; The
PORTLAND. Oregon. July 2 1907. Sealed
bids will be received at the office of the
School Clerk, City Hall, up to 12 M.,
Friday. August 2d, 1907. for the following
work on the East Side High School build
ing and grounds, viz.: First, plumbing
and drainage. Second, grading and pave
ment on school grounds. Third, stone re
taining walls, etc. Plans and specifications
for same can be seen at architect's office.
834 East Third street. All proposals
must be accompanied by certified check
for 10 per cent of the amount of proposal.
The School Board reserves the right to
reject any ahd all bids.
THOS. J. JONES, Architect.
NOTICE OF BOND 8 ALB The City of Pen
dleton, Umatilla County, Oregon, will, on
August 21, 1907, sell negotiable bonds of
said city amounting to $135,000. Seated pro
posals to purchase said bonds should be
filed with the City Recorder on or prior to
said date. Bids must be accompanied by
certified check for $2500, payable to the
Mayor of said city.
JOHN HAILEY, JR..
Acting City Recorder.
BIDS FOR FOOD SUPPLIES
Wtnted by the Port of Portland during
August. 1907. will be received until noon
of July 31 at office, in City Hall. Bids
must be made on blank forms which can
be had by applying at the office.
JOHN P. DOYLE, Clerk.
IN the United 8tates District Court for the
District of Oregon, in the matter of F. G.
Donaldson, bankrupt. Notice Is hereby
given that the property belonging to the
estate of said bankrupt, which Is In pos
session of the trustee, consisting of furni
ture, fixtures, carpets, safe, cash register,
bedding, linen, silverware, dishes, cooking
utensils, typewriter, billiard table, and all
other personal property now In the Hotel
Revere, Albany, Or., will be sold at private
sale by the trustee, L. L. Swan, at his
office at Albany, Or., at 10 o'clock A. M.
Thursday, August 8, 1907, the same to be
sold to the highest bidder In cash upon
sealed bids, which must be deposited with
the trustee on or before the said time set for
the sale. A certified check equal to 10 per
ce n t of th e amou n t m uM aocom pan y the
bid or It will not be regarded. Bids will
be opened simultaneously in the presence of
bidders. Inventory may be seen in the
office of L. L. Swan at Albany, Or.
L. L. SWAN, Trustee.
Dated this 26th day of July, 1907.
NOTICE By motion duly made, seconded and
carried, the board of directors of the Farm
ers' Fire Relief Association, of Buttevllle,
Oregon, at a meeting held July 13, 1907,
decided that the interests of this association
ean best be served by appointing one gen
eral soliciting agent for each county in this
Valley. For that purpose the board of di
rectors will receive applications from per
sons desiring to act In that capacity at the
next meeting, Saturday, August 10, . 1907.
The board reserves the right to reject any or
all applications. Address the secretary,
Henry ! Bents, Aurora, Or.
UISs O. GOULD, 617 SWETLAND BLDG.
Accordion and knife plaiting; and pinking.
GEO. T. MURTON, 818 Chamber Commerce.
Phone Main 8681. General accounting and
H. J. t HEFTY, architect Office, Lumber
Exchange bldg., room 423.
Assay ere and Analysts.
Wells A Proebstel, mining engineers, metal
lurgists and assayers. 204 Washington,
MONTANA Assay Office, 186 Morrison st.
Best facilities. Prices reasonable.
PAUL BATJMEL, aseayer and analyst. Gold
dust bought. 207 Alder st.
8. B. RIGGEN,
Atty..-at-law, Proctor In Admiralty and
Adjuster of Marine Losses and Claims
118 Ablngton Bldg.
Carpenters and Builders.
W, L. Buckner, office. Store fixtures, general
Jobbing, contracting; 830 Stark. Main 6881.
Chiropody and Manicuring.
YOUNG lady, scientific chiropodist, mani
curist, face, scalp specialist; superfluous hair
permanently removed. 41 Raleigh bid
Phone, Paclfio 235, A 1726.
"Vy-M. DEVENY and Estelle Deveny, the only
scientific chiropodists, parlors 208 Drew
building, 162 2d st. Phone Main 180L
Chiropody and Pedicuring. Mra M. D Hill.
J. LIN DELL, expert chiropodist; all lnstru
. saents sterilised. 702 Mar qua no. Main 5256.
Cleaning; and Dyeing.
FEATHERS and feather boas cleaned, curled
dyed, M. 2375, Work called for and dellv'd.
HERMAN METZGER, purchaser of hldea,
pelts, furs, wool, mohair, tallow and rubber
and old metal and general commission mer
chant. Front st., near Main, Portland, Or.
TAYLOR, YOUNG A CO., ship brokers, oom
misslon merchants, Sherlock bldg., Portland.
D. C. BURNS CO., grocers and commission
merchants. 210 3d at.
DANCING lessons. 25o during Summer months;
school open all year; social, fancy and stas-s
dancing taught dally. Wilson's Dancing
School, Allsky bldg., 3d and Morrison sta.
Dg and Horse HospltaL
Dr. C. K. Brown. D. V. S., D. C. M Dog
horse hospital. 108 N. 6th st. Union Trans Co
PORTLAND BUSINESS COLLEGE,
Tenth and Morrison.
A, P. ARMSTRONG, LL. B., PRINCIPAL.
Open all the year. Private or class In
struction. Position certain when compe
tent. All modern methods of bookkeep
ing taught ; also correspondence, rapid
calculations, office work, Chartier short
hand; easy, rapid, legible. Catalogue free.
G a so 11ns ILnglnee.
Stationary, marine, electric equipments launch
es, accessories, wholesale, retail; enlne re
palring. Relersoo Machiaery Co., 182-4-4 Mor.
Harness and Saddles.
THE George Lawrence Co., wholesale saddle
and harness xnfrs., 80-86 1st. Main 224.
Junk Hides and Pelts.
L. SHANK A CO., purchasers of hides, pelts,
wool, furs, tailow, old rubbers, metals and
sacka 312 Front st.
Leather and Findings.
J. A. S TROWBRIDGE LEATHER CO. Es
tablished 1858. Leather and findings; Stock-
. ton sole leather and cut stock; full lias
Eastern Jumbos. 189 Front at.
CHAS. L. MASTICK A CO., Front and Oak
sta Leather and skins of every description
for all purposes; sols and tap out tars find
B. TRENKMAN 4 CO., mining, sawmill log
ging machinery, hydraulic pipes, castings, ail
kinds, repaired. 104 N. 4th st.
DR. R, B. NORTHRUP,
415-16-17 Dekum bldg..
Third and Washington sts.
Phone, office. Main 840.
Residence. Main 1603.
Residence, East 102S.
STILL COLLEGE) OF OSTEOPATHY, Des
Moines, I a. The standard osteopathto col
lege of America. We have more calls for
our graduates than we can supply. Term
begins September 16. Catalog V.
DR. L, B. SMITH, pioneer osteopath of Ore-
fon, graduate Klrkvllle, Mo. 409 Oregonian
Id. Main 1212; res. Main 2752.
Paints, Oils and Glass.
F. E. Beach A Co.. the Pioneer Faint Co,
Window glass and glazing. 135 lea M. 1884.
RABMUSBEN A CO., jobbers, palats. oils,
glass, sash and doors. Cor. 2d snd Taylor.
R. C. WRIGHT, domestic and foreign patents;
infringement case. 6o4 Dekum.
A. B. RICHARDSON,
Real Estate, 614 Chamber of Commerce.
ALSO seals, stencils. Tel. Slugs, bar checks,
to. Coast Co., 231 Stark. Tel. 1407.
P. C. STAMP WORKS, 249 Alder St. Rubber
stamps, seals, stencils, checks, brass signs.
DIEBOLD manganese safes large lines car
ried. Lock-outs opened. Jacks, Jails, metal
furniture. Honest prices and goods. Both
phones. J. E. Davis, 66 8dw
Showcases, Bank and Store Fixtures.
R. H. BIRDSALL, designer; agent M. Winter
Lumber Co.. 7 Hamilton bldg. Main 6530.
TH B Lutko Manufacturing Co., cor. 6th and
Hoyt. Phone Main 1406.
SIGNS ("That Attract.")
Portland Sign Co., 287 Stark. Pan. 1694.
Greatest living clairvoyant.
Readings on all affairs of Ufa.
No (questions asked.
Call today. Don't delay.
852 H Washington. Phone Main 1267.
Viola Marahfield, spirit messages. 266H
Morrison st,, "The Cosmos," over Royal
MARION CORELLI, seonetiflo palmist and
trance medium; satisfaction guaranteed.
22&s Washingtoa st.
Mrs. Wallace, famous psychic; reliable on all
affairs of life. 850 Morrison st. Room 72.
Storage and Transfer.
OLS EN-ROB TRANSFER A: STORAGE CO.
First-class brick warehouse, prompt atten
tion to all kinds transferlng; our aim to
please. Phone Main 547; A 2247. Evenings,
Paciflo 1001. - -- 1
C. O. PICK, office 88 1st., bet. Stark and Oak.
Phone 596. Pianos and furniture moved and
packed for shipment; commodious brlca
warehouse, with separate iron rooms. Front
and Clay sts.
THE Oliver Typewriter Agency, room 43,
Raleigh building, is now ready for busi
ness. If you are looking for the best type
writer on the market, look at the No. S
Oliver and you can decide at once.
NEW typewriters, all makes, rented, sold, re
paired. Coast Agency. 281 Stark. Phone 1407.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $1,500.00000
Oldest National Bank on the Paciflo Coast.
A. L. MILLS President
J. W. KEWKIRK Cashier
W C, ALVORD Assistant Cashier
B. F. STEVENS 2d Assistant Cashlef
PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY OF
The Oldest Trust Company In Oregon,
RESOURCES OVER $2,200,000.
t 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 accounts 4
per cent. Tims certificates 8 to 4 per cents
short-call special certificates, $500 or over,
2)i to 4 par cent
Call for - Book of "Illustrations.
Phone private Exchange 72.
S- E- Corner Third and Oak Street a
BEN J. I. COHEN President
H. L. PITTOCK Vice-President
B. LEE PAGET Secretary
J. O. GOLTRA Assistant Secretary
THE BANK OF CALIFORNIA
(Established In 1804.)
HEAD OFFICE, SAN FRANCISCO, CAT
PRESIDENT HOMER S KING
Gen. Mgr. of Branches.. W. MACKINTOSH
Capital paid up $4,000,000
Surplus and undivided profits. .. .$10,153,878
A General Banking and Exchange Business
Letters of credit Issued, available la alt
parts of the world. Interest paid on time
Accounts opened for sums of $10 and up
WM. A MACRAE Manager
J. T. BURTCHAELL Assistant Manager
W. M. Ladd. C BL Ladd J. W. Ladd.
LADD TILT ON,
Transact a General Banking Buslnesa
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT. '
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. HOTT Assistant Cashier
& C CATCHING 2d Assistant Cashier
TRANSACTS GENERAL BANKING
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