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iijS jtrUKJMUiU- OKEGOXIAN. SATUBDAT, AUGUST 10, 1907.
HKLP WANTED FE.UALK.
We have a number of good, permanent
positions lor competent end reliable, sales
OLDS. WOKTMAN & KINO.
Applicant for all kind of work, reflate
wltfc us, free of charge, so we may locate
you on ahort notice.
HANSEN'S LADIES' ACENCY,
843 Washington sL, cor. 7th. upstairs. .
WANTED A lady bookkeeper of experience
and ability; permanent position; good aalary,
but must be competent; no others need ap
ply; references and bond required. Apply
Box S 108, Oregonlan.
WHY look for work? Call and see me.
Clerk, stenographers, cashiers, bookkeepers,
timekeepers, collectors, office workers Clerks'
Registration Bureau, 266 Morrieon, cor. 3d
st., offices 303.
WANTED Army officer's family wants two
women; preferably having worked together,
for cooking, housework, part washing; ref
erences required. Quarters 114 B, Vancouver
HELP WANTED MALE OR FEMALE.
German and bookkeeping, man, $800.
Electrical or mining engineering, $1800.
Principal High School. $1200.
English and elocution, man, $800.
Latin and German, $600.
Grades, $55 to $70; rural, $55 to $75
THE FISK TEACHERS' AGENCY.
1200 Williams Ave.
1 GIRL to Iron shirts and collars and starch,
f 12; 1 girl as body Ironer and mangle. $9.50;
2 good A-l shirtwaist and shirt ironers, $2
per day; 1 good A-l wash man that can fire
boiler. $15; steady help wanted. Address
Mt. Shasta Steam Laundry, Dunsmuir, Cal.
Half transportation paid.
WANTED Hopplckers for large yards; long
season; fine picking; fine camping grounds,
etc. Groceries at city prices. Apply Andrew
Kan 4 Co., 287 Morrieon St.
HOTEL. restaurant, family help, city.
Springs, Coast, Hood River, Pe Ell, Camas
(fares). "Drake's," 2054 Washington.
SALESMEN and salesladies wanted In every
town in West; also city salesman. 203
WANTED Kodak printer, familiar with de
veloping papers. Strong, 163 West Park
SITUATION WANTED MALE.
Bookkeepers smd Clerks,
CASHIERS, stenographers, bookkeepers, col
lectois, grocer, shipping and bill clerks,
salesladies, salesmen, in furnishing goods,
shoes, etc ; reference as to character and
experience furnished and ready to go to
work on the instant. Clerks' Registration
Bureau, 205 Morrison. Entrance office 303.
GENERAL office and executive man ' wants
opportunity with progressive establishment;
experience mercantile, shipping and lumber,
- foreign and domestic. R 100, Oregonlan.
WANTED Position by middle-aged man, 20
years' experience in wholesale grocery
shipping; can furnish best of references.
I t7. Oregonlan.
Books opened, closed or balanced. Day
and evening. P. L. Crawford. Main 4604.
BOOKKEEPER, young, man (28) desires em
ployment in office; reliable, accurate; long
experience. G 107, Oregonlan.
BY boy as assistant bookkeeper, or office boy,
where there 1m a chance for advancement.
K 98, Oregonlan. -
BOOKKEEPER wants position; 15 years' ex
perience; can handle any set of books. V
W A NTED By young, well educated man,
who speaks Italian, English, French, Turk
ish and Greek, with good references and
recommendations, a position of any kind,
. continual work ; especially also as an In
terpreter. N 108, Oregonlan.
FIRST-CLASS lumberman, familiar with the
work of lumber grader, cargo and rail tally
man, shipping clerk and yard foreman. Is
seeking position with good sawmill com
pany. Address V 105, Oregonlan.
AN elderly man, well acquainted with Ore
gon and Its resources, desires a steady sit
uation of trust; could give ample secur
ity. Address D P0, Oregonlan.
' FLOUR MILLER, 27 ' years of age, with 8
years' experience, wants a steady position.
Address L 89, Oregonlan.
WANTED Position by registered pharma
cist, college graduate; best of references.
T 96, Oregonlan.
EXPERIENCED woodturner and band saw
yer wants position In or out city. O 08,
JAPANESE LABOR ASSOCIATION All kinds
help supplied. Main 4659. 268 Everett.
GOOD Japanese boy wants position at any
kind of work. L 100, Oregonlan.
COMPETENT Japanese cook wishes position
In family. M 99, Oregonlan.
JAPANESE cook wants position In city or out.
Pacific 2148. 121 N. 15th st.
SITUATION WANTED FEMALE.
Bookkeepers and Stenographers.
CASHIERS, stenographers, bookkeepers, col
lectors, grocer, shipping and bill clerks,
salesladies, salesmen. In furnishing goods,
shoes, etc. ; reference as to character and
experience furnished and ready to go to
work on the instant. Clerks' Rejctst ration
Bureau, 265 Morrison. Entrance office 3o3.
All kinds stenographic work done; substituting.
612 Couch bldg. Phones Main 7355. A 2583.
DRESSMAKER, conducting large business
for ten years in San Francisco and losing
all In great fire, will sew In families for
limited time; rapid, thoroughly stylish;
satisfaction guaranteed. Call at Old
Dolph Home, Jefferson, bet. 5th and 6th
EXPERIENCED young woman, best refer
ences, desires situation, infants' or chil
dren's nurse. 230 $ Yamhill. Main 5413.
REFINED middle-aged practical nurse so
licits nursing or care children. 2304 Yam
hill. Main 5413.
UNDERGRADE ATE nurse wants care pf in
valid; no objection to little housework.
Phone E. 261.
EXPERIENCED telephone operator deelres
Eositlon operating private exchange board ;
est of references. Answer R 107, Ore
gonlan. SITUATION wanted, experienced woman;
chamber work ; capable woman cook, ho
tel, restaurant. 2304 Yamhill. Main
COMPETENT girl wishes a few places for
day work, laundry or cleaning. E 98. Ore
gonlan. WANTED By good Swedish girl, position at
general housework. Call 706 Roosevelt st.
LADY entertains Invalids, aged, children,
by hour, day, month; references. Pac. 671
AGENTS wanted to handle a paying Invest
ment that will make fortunes for stock
holders. One of the best investments in
. California. Agents will at least make
from $25 to $100 weekly. Expenses and
commissions guaranteed. Call or address,
with references, 207 Couch bldg. Open
TEN good steady canvassers; good salary,
steady work. 302 Swetland bldg.. 10-12.
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 yoo sell goodsT If
so, ws need you; complete outfit free; cash
weekly. W rite for c ho ice of tor rt tory .
Capital City Nursery Co.. Salem, Or.
1GENTS wanted to sell our high-grade nur
sery stock; big commissions and premiums;
write today, before all territory is taken.
Chlco- Nursery Co., Chlco Cal.
WANTED Lady agents; rapid-selling ar
ticle; desired by every woman ; good
seller; good commission. Call 427 E.
Ash st. upstairs, 9 to 11 A. M.
WANTED TO RENT.
WANTED To rent 6 or 6-room cottage. B 86,
WANTED TO RENT.
WANTED A house, with 8 to 16 rooms,
'with modern Improvements; must bs with
in reasonable distance of business center;
tenant permanent and able to furnish best
of references; could be partly furnished.
W 80, Oregonlan.
We have customers waiting who want
to rent 5, 6 and 7-room cottages, houses
or flats. What have you got? Call and
H. W. LEMCKE COMPANY,
SIXTH AND WASHINGTON STS.
Phone, Matn 550, A 2537.
WANTED TO RENT HOUSES. COT
tagea. flats, stores, offices, rooming-houses.
etc Landlords will do well to call on
Portland Trust Company of Oregon, 8. K.
cor. fid and Oak. Phone Exchange 71.
WANTED to rent 4 or 5 -room cottage fur
nished or unfurnished in good neighborhood.
Must be modern. Phone Main 6528, or S
YOUNG married couple desire board in mod
ern private home; two rooms preferred; no
luncheons; state terms. N 97, Oregonlan.
WANTED TO RENT Cottage, 6 or 6 rooms,
must be in A-l condition ; good location;
permanent; no children. F 99, Oregonlan.
A TEACHER wants room and board for the
coming year, Willamette Heights or 23d
street preferred. B 100, Oregonlan.
TWO gentlemen want or S furnished rooms,
with or about board, about Sept. 1. Send
particulars to Box 62, Lents, Or.
BY responsible party, 1 or 2 floors for rooming-house
new or modern brick building;
oentral site. V 104, Oregonlan.
WANTED Small house or cottage for a year
toy man and wife; Holla-day's Addition pre
ferred.. W 99, Oregorvian.
ROOM and board by young working man;
must be central and reasonable; state terms.
R 99, Oregonlan.
WANTED Men's cast-off clothing and
shoes; ws also buy household furnishings,
highest price paid. Call at the "Fair
Deal." 62 N. 3L Phone Pacific 1722.
WB PAY MORE.FOR
PORTLAND AUCTION CO.,
MAIN 665ft. 211 FIRST ST.
WANTED Portable sawmill, capable of
cutting 10,000 feet per day; must bs
light; want to haul it in country. Ap
ply 630 Chamber of Commerce.
WANTED Span of mares, harness and wagon;
Must be good farm team; price reasonable;
spot cash. Apply on Monday, The Dunn
Lawrence Co., 149 1st st.
ABSOLUTE FACT The Dollar, 232 1st, pays
higher prices for household goods. Phone
Main 6374. A 2327. $$$$$$$$
$5000 WORTH of furniture wanted at West
ern Salvage Co., 627 Washington. Phone
Pacific 793, Home A 8793.
CASH PAID FOR FURNITURE FIXTURES
and merchandise. Phone Matn 1626. J
T. Wilson, auctioneer.
WANTED Large second-hand safe or
vault ; stats else and price. E 99, Ore
gonian. WANTED To buy one second-hand standing
desk; give length and price. C 88, Ore
SPOT cash paid for your furniture, etc.;
prompt attention always given. Phone East
X pay cash for household goods. Savage A
Pennell Fur. Co.. 845 1st. Pacific 86a
WANTED Key to Milne's arithmetic. Send
address and price to M 97, Oregonlan.
WE call for dead horses and cattle free of
charge. Phone East 2233.
WANTED 1906 Portland Directory. Hotel
283 ISth 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.
MOST elegantly furnished rooms, all -furnished,
carpets new; also dwelling, which
Is private and modern, hot and cold wa
ter, electric lights, gas, phone, bath, etc.,
furnace heat ; piano may also be rented ;
rent reasonable. Apply evenings after 6
o'clock. 351 6th st.
Nicely " furnished rooms, single or en
suite. $2 per week np; steam heat, hot and
cold water; free baths, free phone; dining
room In connection; transients solicited;
open all nkht; best location in the city;
office and reading-room ground floor. 488
HOTEL BUSHMARK. Washington and 17th
First-class furnished rooms, single or en
suite; steam heat, hot, cold water, electric
light, phone In every 'room; suites with pri
vate bath, single, from $3 by week. 75c up
by day; reasonable by month. Main 6647.
HOTEL FRANKLIN, cor. 13th and Wash
ington ats., newly furnished throughout,
new building; suites with baths, hot and
cold water in every room. Phone Main
7195. Long-distance phones in ail rooms.
THE WESTMINSTER, 6th and Madlaon
- sts., the handsomest furnished rooms for
bachelors in the city, with every modern
convenience, at reasonable rates; only
four blocks from Poet office.
THB ELLSWORTH, Just opened; new brick
building; modern throughout; nicely furn
ished room; steam heat, hot and cold
water, electric lights, baths. 166 Lownsdale,
near High School.
IN the heart of the city, between Court
house and City Hall, 247 H 5th st., nicely
furnished rooms in thoroughly renovated
house, from $1.50 per week up; direct cars
HOTEL. KENTON, 18th and Washington
sts., modern rooms, Vlngle and en suit;
also housekeeping; running water; private
and free baths; rates reasonable. Pacific 496
MRS. CAROLINE BLAKELY has opened the
large residence at Jefferson, bet. 5th and 6th,
as first-class rooming-house; steam heat,
hot and cold water; beautiful grounds.
THE WILLAMETTE. 3224 Stark. S. W. cor.
6th st. ; well furnished rooms, large and
light, single or en suite; transient. 50o to
$1; by week. $2 to $5. Pacific 1296.
HOTEL ANTLERS, cor. 10th and Washing
ton sts., all modern conveniences, seltes
with bath, principal car lines pass the
door. Phone Main 2333.
THE WOODLAND Pleasant rooms for nice
people ; one beautiful room, hot, cold water
and bath, vacant next Monday. 265 Sixth.
FURNISHED 'room, suitable for young lady;
private family, $8 per month. Call even
ings or Sunday, 267 Clay St., near 3d.
THE OGDEN. 83H 1st, S. W. cor. Oak st.
Nice large front rooms, clean, neat; baths;
phone; 60c to $1 a day; $2 to $4 week.
25&H 13TH ST. Nicely furnished rooms in
new, modern home ; gentlemen only ; excel
lent location; reasonable.
ELEGANTLY furnished suite, hot water
night and day. 490 Morrison, flat 8. Call
evenings or Sunday.
TWO single rooms; front bay-window; mod
. ern; lovely location; central. 2744 Park,
LARGE corner front room, suitable for two,
and two smaller rooms. 28o Park, cor.
$10 Bright, newly furnished room; quiet, cen
tral; porcelain bath, gas. 325 12th at. Phone
ST. FRANCIS Nicely furnished rooms In
suites or single. 34 N. 8th st cor. Couch.
THEi RANDOLPH 3d and Columbia, rooms
60c to $1 day; $2 to $4 week. Pacific 2744.
THE ELWOOD Newly furnished; $2 to $3
week; also transient rooms. 343 Morrison.
MODERN room, reasonable, near in- gentle
man; private family. T 90. Oregonlan.
$10 Pleasant room, private family; modern;
residence location. Phone Main 7101.
FOR RENT For gentleman, nicely furnished
room, bath. 5fi3 Everett, cor. 17th.
HOTEL ROYAL, 108H 4th st. Rooms by week.
$2 to $5; per night, 50c to $1.
415 TAYIXR, corner 11th st., clean furnished
rooms; gentlemen preferred.
FURNISHED front room; use of piano. 452
Wash, st., cor. 13th.
ROOM for man and wife or two, breakfast if
desired. 406H 7th st.
FURNISHED vbedroom for rent. 258 14th at.
SUITE 3 rooms, finely furnished. 485 Clay at
3 UNFURNISHED rooms for rent, reasonable;
nice yard. 745 1st st.
Rooms With Board.
LARGE, comfortable front room for two;
breakfast and dinner; home cooking; pri
vate; all conveniences; reasonable; nice
location. 252 N. 19th St.. near Marshall.
Phone Pacific 2497.
Portland Women's Union; 19th year Rooms
with board, use of sewing-room, use of
library; Women's Exchange. Address Mrs.
Ella Rawlings, BupL, 510 Flanders.
NICELY furnished front rooms, suitable for 2,
with board; private family; rent reasonable.
Phone Pacific 2917, 181 N. 16th st.
FOR RENT Walking distance, newly fur
nished rooms, with or without meals; bath.
145 11th st.
NICELY ' furnished front rooms, with board;
strictly home cooking. Phone Main 6490.
395 6th st.
BOARD and rooms; large front room, bath,
phone; $5.50 per week. 328 Clay, near 7th.
THE MARLYN Furnished rooms; good board;
. convenient. 053 Washington.
THE OZARK Rooms, flrst-ola
cold water. 225 11th st.
THE WASHINGTON Room and board, $20
and $25. 471 Morrison.
FURNISHED rooms, with board, reasonable,
330 6th st.
THE WESTMINSTER. 6th and Madison
sts. Unfurnished apartments with every
modern convenience; up to date In every
respect; reasonable rates; central loca
tion; only four blocks from Postofflce.
BEAUTIFUL 5-room apartment with bath and
all modern conveniences ; heat, telephone,
electric lights, gas and janitor services free;
West Side. R 78, Oregonlan.
THE MARLBOROUGH, cor. 21st and Flan
ders; new 6 'and 6-room apartments.
Clarence J. Wheeler, agent, care Tull &
THE THETOPA New modern 4-room apart
ments; electric passenger elevator. Corner
18th and Flanders. Phone El 624.
THE CHETOPA New, modern, 4 -room
apartments; passenger elevator. Clarence
J. Wheeler, agent, with Tull &. Gibbs.
Six-room steam-heated flats In beautiful
new building on Flanders street, between
20th and 21st, just completed; $50 per
month; large rooms; every convenience.
MORGAN. SWEET & CHAPMAN.
Suite 213, Ablngton bldg. Phone Main 2015.
FOR RENT Flats of four, six and seven
rooms, all strictly modern ; good loca
tion, near 28d and Washington; rent
from $1!5 to $35 month. Inquire of Mr.
Phil Gevurtx, at I. Gevurtx & Sons.
MODERN flats, all sizes, tor rent. East and
West Sides. Portland Trust Company of
Oregon. S. E. cor. 8d and Oak. Phone
FOR RENT Lower floor of private residence
in good location; reference required. Phone
1336, Home phone A 3336.
THREE-ROOM modern flats, all conveni
ences. Inquire at Sevllla, 225 Market st.
Phone Main 16.
BEAUTIFUL furnished 5-room flat, mod
ern, central; also to single rooms. t 470
6-ROOM flat for rent. Phone East 4454, or ad
dress Mrs. B. P. Bailey, 888 East Wash
MODERN six-room flat, B31 East Ankeny.
Apply 447 East Burneide at. Phone East
6-ROOM flat, modern, 4014, Inquire 401 12th
St.; no children.
LOWER flat, 6 rooms, modern. 485 Clay st,
THE ROWLAND APARTMENTS, 631
Washington, cor. 20th Nicely furnished
housekeeping rooms. gas ranges, hot
water, free bath, free pnone, both floors;
nice sunny suites $10 and $12 per month;
best rooms In city for money.
THE ONEONTA, J 87 17th t., near Yamhill;
new house, elegantly furnished. In suites of
2, 8 and 4 rooms, hot and cold water, gas
range each kitchen; steam heat, baths, free
phone each floor: no children."'
COLUMBIAN apartments, 11 th and Colum
bia unfurnished 4-room apartments; bath,
hot and cold water; excellent neighborhood;
reasonable rent; no children.
THB SANGERT Just opened; "beautiful mod
ern apartments in 2-3-4-room suites; also
sleeping rooms. Washington between 19th
and 20th sts.
TWO housekeeping suites and one single
room for rent; -good location; rent rea
sonable. Call at 383 Davis st.
JEFFERSONIAN 514 Jefferson; two and
three-room suite, completely furnished for
housekeeping. Main 5432. -
388 JEFFERSON ST. Three nicely fur
nished rooms, complete for housekeeping;
FOUR clean, light rooms, completely fur
nished for housekeeping; bath, large yard;
$20 month. 692 Front.
TWO suites of 3 rooms, upper and lower
floors; all modern conveniences, newly fur
nished. 533 Johnson.
FURNISHED housekeeping rooms, bath,
light, heat, phone; walking distance. 171
, North 17th st.
NICELY furnished housekeeping suites; no
children. The Erdmann, East Burnside and
$16 Three nicely furnished rooms in cottage;
- gas range, bath, yard. Call afternoons, 6lO
8 OR 4 unfurnished housekeeping rooms.
Phones, East 1757, C 1157. 311 Cherry
SUITE of two unfurnished housekeeping
rooms; $1.25 per week. 382 E. Yamhill st.
LARGE newly furnished housekeeping rooms;
heat, light, phone, bath, sink. 117 N. 18th.
$12 8 large rooms, furnished housekeeping;
gas plate, steel range. 618 7th, Main 4529.
FURNISHED housekeeping room; good resi
dence location." 195 N. 15th, cor. Kearney.
TWO t urn Ished rooms In cot tage; bath, gas,
phone; nice yard. 631 Morrison st. v
CABINETMAKERS and carpenters. Jas. T.
Marshall Mfg. Co., 289 Couch st.
FURNISHED housekeeping rooms, bath,
phone, gas. 61 11 Glisan st.
3 NEAT housekeeping rooms. 208 Park st. ;
$16 per month. Free phone.
Houses. B -
FOR RPNT Strictly modern 8-room house.
East Side ; block of ground. v
Tvo 5-room flats, strictly modern ; close
in. West Side.
New 6-room house. North Portland.
M. E. LEE,
3234 Wash. St., room 20, Raleigh bllg.
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.
SIX-ROOM cottage, 6 rooms to rent; .part
furnished, modern; phone and water free;
porcelain bath, gas or wood stove; 3 blocks
from oth-street car. 355 Lincoln st.
FOR RENT A neat 5-room cot tape on Kear
ney st., near 23d-st. car line, $2o per month.
Apply to C. F. Pfluger & Co., 2d and Mor
rison sts., Mulkey bldg.
FIVE-ROOM house, bath, gas, close in on
West Side, $17.60 per month. Western
Oregon Trust Co., 291 Stark st. Phone
FOR RENT A new 6-room house; West
Side ; $32.50 ; modern ; furnace neat.
P 97, care Oregonlan. . .
NEW 5-room house, 936 Grand ave. N. ; rent
$16. Address E. E. Howard, 513 McKay
bldg., 3d and Stark.
MODERN 6-room house, walking distance. In
quire 691 East Washington st. Home phone
231 MEADE, near 1st, 6 rooms, $14; newly
papered and painted; key next door. Main
T-ROOM house for rent, 495 Jefferson. Keys
at 462 Jefferson. Deery's butcher shop.
$15 Five-room cottage, close In: gas, but no
bath; no children. 446 East Everett.
233 MEADE, near 23. nice 4 room cottage,
$12; key at 229. Phone Main 1013.
FOR RENT 5-room house and bath at
Fulton Park. Inquire Main 7506.
FOR RENT 5-room cottage, 429 Alder st.
Inquire same number.
6-ROOM house, 3 acres. Phone Pacific 226.
TO RENT 7-room houee, partly furnished, in
St. Johns. - or will trade. Inquire 613 N.
Fillmore St., St. Johns.
$25 One month, furnished double parlors,
dining-room, kitchen, bedroom, piano, yard.
Phone E. 5043.
$25 PER month, modern 5-room cottage, fur
nished complete. Inquire 840 33d. Phone
FURNISHED flat three rooms, bath, gas
stove. 514 E. 21st St., Woodstock or Rich
STRICTLY modern furnished flat. 849 Hall
st. Key at 444 11th.
Houses for Rent Furniture for Bale.
COMPLETE furnishings of a 6-room modern
housa for sale cheap; everything but bed
ding and pictures; all in good repair; people
going away; house for rent, $25 fer month;
1 block of Stephens school on E. 7th and
Harrison. Phone owner, Main 6866.
7-ROOM modern flat, furnished complete;
260V; 7th; bargain If taken at once. Phone
A 3504, 6 to 7:30 evenings.
FURNITURE five-room flat, flat for rent;
new, central. 95 N. 13th st. Call fore
FURNITURE of 8-room flat; bath, lawn, close
in. Phone East 6161.
BEST of beach accommodations at Salt Air
Hotel, tents for sleeping outside If desired;
country and seashore combined. Hotel at
Centerville Station, North Beach, Wash.
GOOD board and rooms with private family,
Cedarhurst Cottage; modern. For terms ad
dress Charles Cleland. Seaside, Or.
BHELBURN HOTEL Everything first-class;
home cooking; modern prices. Mrs. T.
J. Hoare, Seavlew, Wash.
IF COTTAGE or tenting outfit Is wanted for
Summer, write F. McFarland, Seaside, Or.
6TORE for rent on northeast corner of 6th
and Stark. Apply Russell & Blyth, 82 Vs
3d st. Phone A 1113; Main 13.
PARTY will build stores with 9-ft. basements
and rooms for lodgings; or hotel to suit
lessees. Phone Pacific 1962.
STORAGE room In cement basement, sidewalk
elevator. 2d, near Washington. Howe,
Davis & Kilham. Ill 2d at.
FOR RENT Store, 130 Thirteenth st., near
Washington. $36. Apply Sheehy Bros.
STORE for rent. 722 Division st., 7 com era
Apply 726 Division.
THREE stores for rent. Inquire T. J. Uhl
man, 134 N. 10th.
FRONT and, back offices very reasonable;
heat, light and elevator services; best lo-
' cation In city. Dammeler, agent, Ral
eigh bldg., 6th and Washington st.
WANTED Party to take front part of office
In Marquam bldg; rent $10; come quick.
Address C. W. B., 311 Marquam.
FOR RENT -Office rooms In the Fech
helmer building, 7th and Washington
sts., room 5.
FINE offices, best location. Room 818
Swetland bldg, 5th and Washington.
REMINGTON typewriter cheap; good as new.
Inquire 125 Ablngton bldg.
LADIES, one word with you 28 years of suc
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 atiSiFted hundreds of anxious and suf
fering women. 1 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 st., corner 3d, Portland, Or. Cor
respondence sacredly confidential.
DR. MARY LANE.
Late superintendent of Chicago Women's Hos
pital, treats diseases of women exclusively;
ladies will consult their best Interests by
corr.munlcatfng with me; no fee for con
sultation; correspond en ce absolutely confi
dential ; maternity cases given special at
tention. Sanitarium and offices, 253 Alder,
corner 8d, Portland, Or. Phone Main2796.
SUITS pressed while you wait, 6oc. To vis
itors of Portland hotels and to publla at
large: Suits pressed at AOo at Gilbert, ths
tailor's. 106V6 6th ct., next to Quelle. La
dies' skirts pressed, 60c. Feathers and boas
cltaned 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. I.
Howard, Commonwealth bldg.. Sixth st.
"TRY MB." Pure, natural, nourishing food
(not medicine), guaranteed to cure consti
pation. Write today for free sample and
full particulars. Puget Sound Natural Rem
edy Co., 14 Jones block, Tacoma, Wash. .
LADIES Ask your druggist for Chlches
ters Diamond Brand Pi 11a For 25 years
known as the best, safest. Reliable. Take
no other. Chlchesters Diamond Brand
Pilla Sold by druggists everywhere.
DRESS suits for rem, alt sixes; $1 month
keeps your clothes cleaned, pressed, buttons
sewed on, rips sewed. Prompt calls and de-
. liver lea Unique Tailoring Co., So9 Stark at.
LADIES Dr. Sanderson's Co-Savin and Cot
ton Root Pills are the only cure remedy for
female -troubles and irregularities; by mall,
$2 box. Dr. Pierce, 181 1st at., Portland.
DR. KETCHUM treats the special diseases of
women, likewise all private affections of
men; correspondence confidential. Phono Pa
cific 2229. 1704 3d st., cor. Yamhill.
LOST powers restored by the great Dr. Lor
ens Nerve Tonio Tablets, 25c a box. Write
or call at Eyssel's Pharmacy, 227 Morrison
St., bet. 1st and 2d
GERMAN, French, Spanlsn and other Foreign
Dictionaries 'Text Books and Literature
(German books a specially). A. W. fechmale
Co.. 229 First at.
Mme. Courtright, skin and scalp treatments;
facial deformities corrected; plastic surgery.
226 Fleidner bldg. M. 6042. Home A 2069.
DR. J. T. PIERCE cures all nervous, chronlo
and private diseases, both sexes; office treat
ment 60c to $1. Call or write, 181 1st at.
MOLES, wrinkles, superfluous hair removed.
No charge to talk It over. Mrs. M. D. Hill,
room 830, Fliedner bldg. Pacific 135.
MRS. ENGLISH, electropath. Is now engaged
at the Portland Institute, 3504 Morrieon st;,
Lewis bldg., room 9-10. Phone 7320. .
DR. ATWOOD, femaie diseases; maternity
cases, private hospital. 8 Lewis bL p. 1753.
Recently opened manicuring parlors removed
from 361 to 3434 Morrieon St., room 2.
LADY barber shop now open, 4 chairs, no
waiting; manicuring taught. 64 4th st.
THE healing household remedy. Satin skin
cream should always be handy. 25c.
MADAM VASHTI. scalp and facial massage
and chiropody. 2014 3d st.
BALM of Figs for all female diseases. 626
B. Belmont. Phone B 4034.
LADY barbers wanted, or -will teach one ths
trade. 64 4th st.
GROCERY Washington st.; long lease; low
rent; large stock; good business; $2500.
N 00, Oregonlan.
SMALL cigar, fruit and candy store; fine cash
trade: Investigate; cheap if taken quick. E.
LAUNDRY, doing $1500 month, at a bar
gain. Northwestern Investment Co., 206
FOR SALE A complete plant for making ice
cream to be sold at a sacrifice. Apply at
104 No. 6th.
WILL exchange stock in prosperous Port
land corporation for automobile. T 100,
FOR SALE Well-furnished, well-located
boarding-house; 12 steady boarders. 442 Jeff.
WANTED Small pharmacy in or near Port-
1 I . R1,.a tar-ma lnarlnn T V O
Gen. Del. -
WANTED Partner in real estate business;
small capital required. Address S 89, Ore
gonlan. BEST saloon In- cits for sale; central locatibn;
rare opportunity ror right man. B 96, Ore
$550 TAKES swell, centrally located room-
(.-.. Knima Cam tMn nm Dru-im t 1 (71 1Z
WANTED Desirable partner to Invest $375;
references required. Inquire 202 North 20th.
BANK stock, y Will trade for real estate,
Huberts & Co., 313 Washington st.
NOW OR NEVER.
$4O00 A rooming house clearing over
f'2Z0 a month; modern In every respect ;
all furniture, carpets, etc., are of the
best and in Al condition; if you don't
want this place. It Is because you hatre
not got the money, but you will wish
you had, for there Is not another buy
like it in the State of Oregon; come and
see us about it ; first come first served.
THE VETERAN LAND CO.,
165W 3d St.
RUSTLERS' INV. REALTY CO.
This day has 47 rooming-houses on their
list, for sale, ranging in number of rooms
7 to 70, ranging in prices $550 to $12,000.
Also several cottages and flats. Several
. business opportunities to offer, one clearing
$20 per day. for $1500.
351 H Morrison et.
ROOMING-HOUSES. hotels, dwellings and
city property. Before you . buy. soe us.
We guarantee honeat, courteous treatment
In every deal.
LARD & O'CONNOR.
23 Lafayette building, cor. 6th and Wash
ington. WILL buy or loan money on approved stocks;
I have stock In an Invention that will pay
1000 per cent profit and Income for 11 f e.
Large or small investments accepted. Stock
exchanged for other property of value. W. J.
Curtis, 216 Commercial block. -
FOR RENT Large new hotel at new R. R.
terminal grounds. 12th snd M its ha 11 sts. ;
has 143 rooms, dining-room and kitchen; all
modern conveniences; 5-year lease; rent $500
per month. Apply to Phil Gevurtx, of Gev
urtx & Sons, 173-5 First st.
THE HOME WOOD.
Rooming-house, furnished, electric lights,
bath; clearing from $3o0 to $500 per month;
a bargain for some one. $3500 will handle
this. Call or address 207 4th St., opposite
Postofflce, Vancouver, Wash.
FOR SALE Good grocery proposition; one
partner desiring to leave will sell all or half
to right party; will invoice about $:1000, but
will take lees than invoice; sales daily over
$100; established trade 6 years. H 97,
FURNITURE store In the best Interior town
of Oregon, with annual business of $20,000;
stock of about $2000; this is a fine loca
tion, with a big Fall trade assured; for sale
on account of 111 health. Address E 100,
A RESPONSIBLE party, who can give refer
ences, with from $3000 to $5000 to invest
and take charge of a general mechandise
business In valley town, doing a good busi
ness; splendid opportunity. Address G 89,
A MODERN 1 4-room boarding-house, Just
about completed; centrally located; rent very
reasonable to right party; must have means
enough to furnish nicely and run first-class.
Address M 72, Oregonlan.
OWNER forced to go East, must sell real
estate and rental business; fine location,
easy rent; good property list; well equiped
office, horse and rig. Snap for quick sale.
N 110, Oregonlan.
CHICKEN ranch for rent; neat 8-room house,
stable, 8 chicken-houses, 4 ways out to
Woodstock; 4 blocks east from carline; high
anaVjevel; $10 per month. Phone East 1608.
FOR SALE! Well-establishd dry goods
store; will Invoice about $2000; living
rooms in rear; half cash, half payments.
Call on Ruby Co.. 2S6 Couch st.
FOR SALE Confectionery, ice cream; snap
if taken at once; partner sick: good loca
tion; rent $15 per month; price $650; no
agents. 352 East Burnside.'
ROOMING-HOUSES, $550 to $18,000; best in
the city. See us before buying. Western
Realty Co., 610 Buchanan bld., 2S6U Wash
ington. M." 6297, A 2417.
GOOD man with or without expernce,
1 wanted for partner In real estate office; $150
per month easily male. Room 7, 181
First st. for particulars.
FOR SALE Confectionary, Ice cream and
cigar store, doing good business; fine fix
tures, splendid location. A bargain. M
92, Oregonlan. -
RESTAURANT and delicatessen doing $45 a
day business; fine location; a paying propo
sition; will bear investigation. J 99, Ore
gonlan. FOR SALE Grocery and confectionery busi
ness In one of the best growing residence
districts of the city. Address E 110, Ore
gonlan. PARTNERSHIP for sale, established business,
best of references, experience not necessary.
.Can clear $150 per month. Call 248 Stark
CLIFFS, DivJsiontawn, North Bank Ry.
IF you have a good, legitimate business to
dispose of. see us, as we have buyers. Miller,
Page & Co., room C. 271 Morrison.
ROOMING-HOUSE wanted that can be
handled with $500 or less. Address with
full particulars, J 97, Oregonlan.
HALF Interest in a good paying proposition,
$1510; experience not necessary. &10 Bu
chanan bldg., 2fc6!-j Washington.
STRICTLY cash business, will pav $30 per
week; $300 required; owner wants reliable
partner. Call 248 Stark st.
PARTNER wanted; restaurant; one to man
age front; $75o required ; well-established
business. H 99, Oregonlan.
WOOD business, clearing $400 per month, can
be bought at A bargain; plenty of wood.
Particulars 248 Stark st.
GROCERY. $3500 Fine location; will pay you
to investigate. O 96, Oregonlan.
LOST AND FOUND,
LOST Purse, engraved Emma Bertulelt;
containing pocketbook, about 70 cents,
handkerchief, etc., and gentleman's emer
ald ring. First street, between Porter
and Ash. Reward. Return No. 749 Water
et. Pacific; 2821.
STRAYED or stlen, a bay mare. 15 hand
high. 9 years old, black mane and tall.
Any Information regarding her. phone
Main 1654, or James Hewitt, 19th and
East Glisan sts.
PARTY taking bracelet from window of
Tourney bluR.. on Taylor St., please return
. to Helena Steward, room 216 Tourney bldg.
LOST A new gold, engraved bracelet on East
Ankeny or Mount Scott car. Finder will
please leave at Oregonlan office and receive
FOUND Where m!r mattresses are renovated,
returned same day. 228 Front. Main 474.
Portland Curled Hair Factory. H. Metzger.
LOST A small bay mare in the vicinity of
Vernon. Please return to Mrs. R. Holtze,
1141 E. 17th st. North and receive reward.
LOST at Seaside, chamois skin bag containing1
several valuable rings; binder please leave
same with Oregortian. Liberal reward.
LOST Fox terrier pup, four months old; ans,
to the mfrne of Buster; liberal reward re
turned 74 North Fourth st. -
LOST Gray'hofse, 10 years old, weight 1000
pounds, male; return to T. Casanava, E. 32d
and Kelley ave.
WHITE cow strayed at Elm and Lincoln sts.,
Firland Station. Owner can have same by
LOST Bank-book and draft. Long Beach,
Wash. Return 105 4th st. Reward $25.
LOST Bull terrier, brindle and white; spike
co 1 1 a r. Ph one East 1815.
Money to Loan.
LOANS ON FURNITURE, PIANOS AND
other securities; lowest rates. S. W. King,
room 45. Wash. bldg. Phone Main 6100.
MONEY LOANED IN SUMS OF $5 AND
up on all kinds of security. W. A. Hatha
way, room 10, Wash. bldg. Pacific 1832.
MONEY to loan on improved city property or
for building purposes. Columbia Life 4c Trust
Com pan y. 214 Lu ga ber Exchange bi dg.
IMMEDIATE LOANS FROM $6 TO $5000 ON
all securltiea R. X Eckerson & Co., room ft,
Washington bldg. Phone Pao. 1831.
$1000 to $100,000 to loan in sums to suit-at 6 to
7 per cent on improved realty. M. G. Griffin,
206 Stark, opp. Chamber of Commerce.
6 PER CENT Money to loan on Improved
real estate; no commission. Address N 9tt,
State funds loaned, 6 per ct. W. E. . Thomas,
state agt., Multnomah Co. 400 C. of Com.
DON'T BORROW MONEY ON YOUR 8AL
ary until you see Hutton Credit Company.
MONEY TO LOAN ON ALL KINDS OF 8B
urlty. Wm. Holl, rm. 9 Washington bldg.
$1300 TO loan on improved property for long
time. R. C. Wright, 604 Dekum bldg.
A LOAN for the asking, salary or c Battel.
The Loan Co.. 410 Dekum bldg.
$500,000 TO LOAN AT 6 AND 6 PER CENT,
, Wm. G. Beck, room 312 Falling bldg.
$600 TO loan at 7 per cent! no commission.
u xvo. uregoniau.
Money to Loan.
MONEY MONEY MONEY MONEY
MONEY MONEY MONEY MONEY
MONEY MONEY MONEY MONEY
DON'T BE HARD UP.
TO EVERYONE WORKINO
. WHAT MORE COULD YOU ASK f
STATE SECURITY CO.
704 DEKUM BLDG.
MONEY MONEY MONEY MONEY
MONEY MONEY MONEY MONEY
MONEY MONEY MONEY MONEY
Industrial, mining, railroad and timber
propositions of merit financed; loans negoti
ated; stock and bond baues bought and sold
on strictly commission basis. Companies
incorporated and organized. Bond issues
prepared and marketed. Our brokerage de
partment offers the best facilities for making
safe and profitable Investments, and Is the
quickest medium for financing good propo
sitions. OREGON REALTY COMPANY,
Suite 8-9. 302 Washington st
Phone Main 7630. Portland, r.
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
pians and money advanced as building
progresses; mortgages taken up and' re
placed. Fred H. Strong, financial agent,
242 Stark st.
LOANS made to salaried people holding per
manent positions and responsible tirms; easy
payments and strictly confidential; also
on personal property; rooming -bouses a spec--alty.
NEW ERA LOAN A MORTGAGE CO.,
206 Ablngton bldg.
THB) STAR LOAN COMPANY,
Any salaried employe, wuge-earner, can
get on his note, without mortgage (con
fidential). Month, -month. Week.
$50 Repay to us.... $13.33 or $6.06 or $3.35
$-5 Repay to us..,.$ 6.66 or $3.20 or $1.66
$16 Repay to us... J 4.00 or S2.Q0 or $1.00
210 McKax Blag., 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.
MONEY LOANED TO SALARIED PEOPLE)
just on your own name; no other security
necessary; don't borrow until you see me;
my system Is the best for railroad men,
clerks, bookkeepers, streetcar men and all
other employes; business strictly confidential
F. A, Newton, 611 Buchanan Bldg.
MONET ADVANCED SALARIED PEOPLO
and others upon their own names without
security; cheapest rates, easiest payments;
offices in 60 principal cities; save yourself
money by getting our terms first.
TOLMAN, 223 Ablngton Bldg., 106 3d st.
CASH on hand for purchase money, mortgages,
bonds for deeds or contracts of sale 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, 3d
and Wash. Main 224.
$5000 OR LESS IN SUMS TO SUIT ON
real estate; charges reasonable. Inquire
J. H. Middleton, 617 Chamber Commerce.
WANTED $300 for two years; would give
a mortgage on three lots In Tacoma; have
clear title to property. S 96, Oregonian.
I WANT $1500 for huildfng purpose; will
pay 8 per cent; private parties only. J 98,
SEALED bids for the building of the super
structure of the Administration Building
(size 80x238 ft.; height, three-story; mute-
- 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 cotta. 3d, 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 bad
at the university and 'at the office of J. E.
Tourtellotte St Co., at Boise. A deposit of
$15 will be reauired to Insure their safe re
turn. All bidders must enclose a ci titled
check for 2 per cent of the amount bid, pay
able to Mrs. .S. H. Hays, secretary( with
their bid, and send or hand their bid to Mrs.
S. 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 witliln 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
pleted by September 1, 1908. Financial abil
ity 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, 19o7.
NOTICE OF' STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING
A special meeting of the stockholders of
the Sierra Nevada Consolidated Mining Co.
will be held at the office of the company.
241 Stark st., Portland. Oregon, on Monday,
the 19th day of August, 19o7, at 11 o'clock
A. M., for the purpose of electing a board
of directors, and for the purpose of estab
lishing a business office of the company In
the State of Idaho, and permitting the
transaction of business by the board of di
rectors at the City of Wallace, in the State
ut Idaho, and for the transaction of such
other business as may properly be brought
before the meeting.
R. E. M. STRICKLAND. President.
C. E. BROOM. Asst. Secretary.
Portland, Or., Aug. 1, 1907.
SEALED bids will be received by the Clerk
of the County Court of Multnomnh County
up to 12 o'clock noon. August 21st, li7,
for the erection of a two-story frame de
tention home at Center Addition for the
boys and girls of the Juvenile Court. Bids
will be received either separately for each
branch of the work, or complete for th
entire building. Plans can bo viewed at
the office of the architects, Ben nes-Hendricks
& Tobey, 67 Labbe bldg., or at
the office of the Clerk of the County
NOTICE OF BOND SALE The City of Pen
dleton, Umatilla County, Oregon, will, on
August 21. 1907, sell negotiable bonds of
said city amounting to $135,000. Sealed 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.
NOTICE is hereby given that the annual
meeting of the stockholders of the Port
land & Asiatic Steamship Company will be
held at the office of the company In Port
land, Oregon, Thursday, September 6, 19o7,
at the hour of 2 o'clock P. M.. for the elec
tion of a board of directors and the trans
action of such other business as may proper
ly come before the meeting.
W. R. LITZENBERG, Secretary.
NOTICE Is hereby given that the firm,
Sering A Hill. dong saloon business at
340 Williams avenue, is hereby dissolved.
All Indebtedness will be assumed by Mr.
Sering. and all outstanding accounts will
be collected by him, ALBERT SERING,
C. M. HILL.
WANTED Single tax men in Oregon to
send their names to The Oregon Tax Re
form Association, 603 6th st., Portland,
Or. Something doing.
GEO. T. MURTON, 318 Chamber Commerce.
Phone Main- 3681. General accounting and
H. J. HEFTY, architect Office, Lumber
Exchange bldg., room 423.
Assayers and Analysts.
Wells st Proebstel, mining engineers, metal
lurgists and aesayers. 204 Washington.
MONTANA Assay Office, 186 Morrison st.
Best facilities. Prices reasonable.
PAUL BATJMEL. assayer and analyst. Gold
dust bought. 207 Alder at.
S. B. RIGGEN,
Atty.-at-law, Proctor in Admiralty and
Adjuster of Marine Losses and Clalma
118 Ablngton Bldg.
DANCING lessons. 26c during Summer months;
i.uuui upn,Bii year; social, iancy ana stage
dancing taught daily. Wilson's Dancing
School, Aiisky bldg., 3d and Morrison sis.
Carpenters and Builders.
Stores, houses and buildings remodeled. Plans
drawn, siiowcacies manufactured. 2?t9 Couch
W. L. Buckner, office, store fixtures, general
jobbing, contracting; 330 Stark, Main 6S8L.
Chiropody and Manicuring.
WM. DEVENY and Estelle Deveny, the only
sclent iflo chiropodists, parlors 2o3 Drew
building, 162 2d et. Phone Main 1301.
Chiropody and Pedicuring. Mrs. M. D. Hill,
room 330 Fliedner bidg. Phone Paciflo 135.
J. LIN DELI, expert chiropodist; all Instru
ments sterilised. 702 Marquam. Main &230.
HERMAN METZGER, purchaser of hides,
pelts, furs, wool, mohair, tallow and rubber
and old metal and general commission mer
chant. Front st., near Main. Portland, Or.
TAYLOR. YOUNG & CO., ship brokers, com-
uiiromu wtrtuttuu, snerioca D.ag., rorua.no.
D. C. BURNS CO., grocers and commission
merchants, 210 3d et.
Cleaning; and Dyeing;.
FEATHERS and feather boas cleaned, curled
dyed. M. 23 7 Work called for and deilVd,
K ducat ion a L
PORTLAND BUSINESS COLLEGE.
Tenth and Morrison.
A. P. ARMSTRONG, LL. B.. PRINCIPAL.
Open all the vear. Private or class In
struction. Position certain when compe
tent. All modern 'methods of bookkeep
ing taught;, also correspondence, rapid
calculations, office workt Chanter short
hand; easy, rapid,' legible. Catalogue free.
Stationary, marine, electric equipments launch
es, accessories, wholesale, retail; engine re
pairing. Releraon Machinery Co., 183-4-41 Mar.
Harness and baddies.
THE George Lawrence Co., wholesale saddle
and harness ultra., 80-&6 1st. Main 226.
drunk. Hides and Pelts.
L. SHANK & CO., purchasers of hides, pelts,
wool, furs, tailow, old rub be in, welala and
sacks. 312 Front st.
Leather and Findings.
J. A. 8 TROW BRIDGE) LEATHER CO. Es
tablished 1858. Leather and nndings; Stock
ton sole leather aiid cut stock; fuU line
Eastern Jumbos. lbw Front at.
CHAS. L. MASTICK A CO., Front and Oak
sts. Leather and skins of every description
fr all purposes; ols and tap cutters' find
B. TRENKM AN & CO., mining, sawmill log
ging machinery, hydraulic piped, castings, ail
lu da, repaired. 104 N. 4th at.
DR. R. B. NORTH R UP,
41616-17 Dekum bldg..
Third and Washington sts.
Pbone, office. Main 340.
Residence, Main 15o3.
Residence, East 1028.
STILL COLLEGE OF OSTEOPATHY, Dee
Moines, la. The standard osteopathic coi
lege of America. We have more calls for
our graduates than wa can supply. Tern
begins September id. Catalog V.
DR. L. B. SMITH, pioneer osteopath of Ore
gon, graduate Klrkville. Mo. 409 Oregomaa
bldg. Main 1242; re a. Main 2752.
Paints, Oils and Glass.
RASMUSSEN & CO., jobbers paints, oils,
glass, sash and doors. Cor. 2a and Taylor.
R. C. WRIGHT, domestlo and foreign patents;
Infringement cases. tio4 Dekum.
A. B. RICHARDSON,
Real Estate, til 4 Chamber of Commerce.
ALSO seals, stencils. Tel. Slugs, bar checks,
eta. Coast Co., 231 Stark. . Tel. 1407.
P. C. STAMP WORKS. 249 Alder St. Rubber
stamps, seals, stencils, checas, brass signs.
DIBBOLD manganese safes large lines car
ried. Lock-outs opened. Jacks, jails, meiai
furniture. Honeat pr;jee ana goods. Both
phones. J. I. Devis, 00 3d.
Showcases, Bank and Store Fixtures.
R. H. BIRDSALL. designer; agent M. Winter
Lumber Co., 7 Hamilton bldg. Main 6530.
SHOWCASES, cabinr-ts, etc. Jos. T. Mar
shall Mfg. Co., 2&1 Couch eL
THE Lutko Manufacturing Co., cor. -6th and
Hoyt. .Phone Main 14o8.
SIGNS ("That Attract.")
Portland Sign Co.. 287 Stark. Pao. 1698.
Greatest living clairvoyant.
Readings on all affairs of life.
No questions asked.
Call today. Don't delay.
352 Washington. Phone Main 1267.
Viola MarshtieUl, npirtt messages. 263
Morrison. "The Cosmos."
Mrs. Wallace, famous psychic; reliable on all
affairs of life. 350 Va Morrison et. Room 72.
LARSEN. the palmist, has returned. Readings
for short time only at 315 Aiisky bldg.
Storage and Transfer.
OLS EN-ROE TRANSFER & STORAGE CO .
First-class brick warehouse, prompt atten
tion to all kinds transf ering ; our aim to
please. Phone Main 647; A 2247. Evenings,
Pacific' 1001. -
Ct O. PICK, office 88 1st., bet. Stark and Oak.
Phone 6bH. Pianos and furniture moved and
picked for shipment; commodious brlcK
' warehouse, with separate iron rooms. Front
and Clay sts.
NEW typewriters, all makes, rented, sold, re
paired. Coast Agency. 231 Stark. Phone 1407.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
- CAPITAL AND SURPLUS 81.600.000.00.
Oldest National Bank on the Pacific Coast,
A. L. MILLS President
J. W. NEW KIRK Cashier
W C. ALVORD Assistant Cashier
B. F. STEVENS 2d Assistant Cashier
PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY OF
The Oldest Trust Company in Oregon.
. RESOURCES OVER $2,200,000.
2 per cent interest on check accounts
(even hundreds) on dally balances of $500
or over. .Letters of credit and exchange on
all parts of the world. Savings accounts 3
per cent. Time certificates 3 to 4 per cent;
short-call special certificates, $500 or over,
2 hi to 4 per cent.
Call for Book of "Illustratlona1
Phone Private Exchange 72
S. E- Corner Third and Oak Streets.
BEN J. I. COHEN President
H. L. PITTOCK Vice-President
8. LEE PAGET Secretary
J. O. GOLTRA Assistant Secretary
THE BANK OF CALIFORNIA
(Established In 18i4.)
HEAD OFFICE, SAN FRANCISCO, CAI
PRESIDENT HOMER S KIN J
Gen. Mgr. of Branches. . W MACKINTOSH
Capital paid up ; $4,000,000
Surplus and undivided profits. . . .$10,153,873
A General Banking and Exchange Business
Letters of credit issued. ' available in all
parts of the world. Interest paid on time
Accounts opened for sums off $10 and up
WM. A. MACRAE Manager
J. T- BURTCHAELL Assistant Manager
W. M. Ladd. C. E- 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
GEORQE W. HOYT Assistant Cashlet
S. C- CATCHING 2d Assistant Caahlej
TRANSACTS GENERAL BANKING
United States Depository.
Drafts and letters of credit Issued, avail
able in all parts of the world. r
Collections a specialty.