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THE MORNING OREGONIAN. SATURDAY, AUGUST 24, 1907.
PAMARITAN LODGE. NO. 2. I. O. O. T.
The funeral committee Is hereby notified
to meet at Oddfellows' Hall, First and Ai
rier street, next Sunday afternoon. August
at 1 o'clock, to attend the funeral of
our late brother. Charles Cardlnell. Other
members of the lodge and order are re
quested to attend.
M. OSVOLD. Bee.
CARPIXELL The funeral services of Charlea
Cardlnell will he held at he White Temple
at 2 P. M. Sunday. Aug. 25. Friends Invited.
WEXIPI.E At Myrtle Park. Aug. 28, Charlea
B., beloved son of Charles and Laura
"Wemple. aged 2 years. 8 month and 8
days. The funeral services -will be held at
Finley'a chapel at 10 A. M. Sunday. Friend
Invited. Interment Lone Fir.
HARVEY At the family residence, 41
KusHell street, August 23, John I. Harvey,
aped 28 years. Friends arrespeetfully
Invited to attend the funeral services,
which will be held at the above residence
at 2 P. M. today (Saturday), August 24.
Interment Rlverview Cemetery.
J. P. FINI.EY BO, Funeral Directors,
No. 201 3d st., cor. Madison. Phone Main 9.
Donning, McKntee & Cllbaagh. Funeral Di
rectors' 7tb & Pine. Phone M. 430. Lady asst.
ERICSOX VNDERTAKINO CO., 409 Aide!
t. Lady assistant. Phone Main 6133.
EDWARD HOLM AN CO., Funeral Direct
ors, 20 3d st. Lady assistant. Phone M. 607.
ZELLER-BYRXES CO., Funeral Direct
em, 278 KusselL East 1088. Lady assistant.
F. 8- DtTNNIXCS, Undertaker, 414 East
Alder. Lady assistant. Phone East St.
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14th and HlTITIfl THE STEP Phone
Washington ai-aj uj.n.
Two Performances Today
t Knectal Price
: 2:15 o'clock
In His Latest Comedy Success,
"SWELL ELEGANT JONES"
Matinee prices, $1.00 to 25c. Night prices,
$1.50 to 25c. Seats selling at theater.
(.Phone Main 6 )
Matinee Today, Tonight and Sunday Night.
Last Three Performances of
The Second in Command
The Great Military Drama. "
Prices 50c, 25c, 15c.
Next week "The Carnival of Love."
Old, M. Bns
New, A 1496
Week of August 19, 1907.
Last Week of Present Company,
"TUB TIE THAT BINDS."
Matinees Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays
and pundays; prices. 10c and 20c Every
evening at 8:15; prices, 10c. 20c and 80c
Reserve seats by phone.
Sunday. Aug. 25 Opening French Stock Co.
Phone Main 4085.
This Week the Allen Stock Company Pre
senting "THE GIRL FROM ALB ANT."
Matinees Tuesday, Thursday. Saturday
and Sundav. Prices, 10c, 2oc. Every eve
ning at 8:15. Prices, 10c. 20c and 30c
Reserved seats by phone. Main 4685. Of
fice open from 10 A. M. to 10 P. M.
VAUDEVILLE DE LUXE
Week of . August 19. 1907.
MISS ALICE MORTLOCK St CO..
The Big- eastern Star.
The Famous Fremont Zouaves.
Columbia Comedy Four.
Held over by popular request. Time and
prices remain the same.
NEW YORK COMEDY FOUR.
Comedians and Vocalist.
8-BIG NOVELTY ACTS-8
Admission, 10c; lower floor. 20o: box
scats, 25c. Any neat weeK-day matinee,
10c. Three shows daily, 2:30, 7:30 and
9 P. M.
THE CASINO I THE HIPPODROME
llth and Washington : 6tb. and Washington
LATEST MOVING PICTURES,
Heat Show In America for Be.
Continuous performance, 11 A. M. to 11 P. M.
2 Grand Classical and Operatlo
JiZ Concerts 2. 8:35. 7:45, 9:40.
m,Jk And His Band. Six Soloists.
Miss Ruth Green, Soprano,
Thursday and Saturday nights.
Best dancing crowds In the city
at the orderly Pavilion. Largest
nwlmmlng Natatorium. New classes
In roller skating everv morning.
400TH DAY SOUVENIRS.
Thurnday. August 20 Elegant
gold-lettered souvenir plates for
ladles at the gates. Saturday
Gt a free souvenir postal at the
This thirteenth annual aqnatio event will be the
most spectacular ever held in the Northwest.
SEPTEMBER 2, 3 & 4
Sailing Race. Land Sports, Oountrr Fair, Vlking
Pageantry. Norsemen wll 1 revive their moat ancient
traditions in sweet song and heroic deeds of valor.
lS.lKXi.fl0 in cah prizes. Ten Thousand Norwegians
will present their world famous
AUG. 31 AMD SEPT. 1 M, 2
Low rates on all rail and steamboat lines
EAST ANKENY STREET
Lot 100x110 and 9-room house, on N.
E. cor. of K. IRth and E. Ankeny sts.
This is a beautiful home, has mantels
throughout the house, furnace, and is
well finished. Also an auto garage and
a beautiful lawn. See it.
MALL & VON BORSTEL
104 Second St. and 303 East Bumalde.
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And Buy a Lot for
Railway Addition, Montayilla
Improved Streets, 5c Carfare
$10 Down, $5 Per Month
Come out and see these lots.
Take Montavilla Car. Get off
at Hibbard St., corner of Villa,
or call at office.
Real Estate Department.
107 Sherlock bldg. v Cor. Third and Oak fits.
BASIS OF ALL WEALTH
City Property and Lands.
The EAST SIDE, has the GREATEST
fopulatlon. Is growing the most RAP
DLY and the GREATER PORTLAND
MUST and WILk, be there. In 1906
there were 631 residences built on the
EAST SIDE to 100 on the West Side.
Portland Is attracting more atten
tion than any city on the Coast and is
undergoing a MIGHTY TRANSFOR
MATION, and In the next ten years
will likely make more PROGRESS than
It has In Its entire past.
Is t"n KeosrraDhical center of the city.
and is the most DESIRABLE residence
district and much of this will become
BUSIJKHS "ropurty. Do not overlook
these facts when making Investments,
and cull and Inspect the property; for
seeing is believing.
The Oregon Real Eatate Co.,
88 Third street (room 4) Portland, Or.
Delisrhtful homes on the river, two
blocks from carline, graded streets, city
water, grandest of river scenery, bath
ing, Una sand beach, fishing, yachting;
ten minutes to fine 8-grade school.
A few more lots for sale to desirable
people. First come, best served.
ADD.y to owner. Captain Relmera.
890 y Morrison street. Telephone, Home
FOB SALE REAL ESTATE.
$13fiO 5 -room cottage ; concrete basement :
house m Rood repair: lot 65 ft. front:
on E. 9th, near Carrut.h era st. ; faces
east: 10 minutes walk to Madlson-et.
bridge;, steady tenant ; (12 per mo. ;
must be sold; now. this la & big snap.
A. H. BIRRELL.
202 McKay bldg., 3d and Stark.
$2700 Pretty five-room bungalow, brand new,
.hast 32d, near Clinton; old .English style,
shingled, fireplace, tiled bath and kitchen.
full basement, concrete walls; workmanship
first-class and everything complete and. con-
venient; easy terms.
MORGAN. SWEET & CHAPMAN",
213 Abington bldg. Phone Main 2015.
$1850 5-room cottage; modern plumbing. In
gooa condition; near ri. Antteny car; 30U
$800 Best residence lot on East Side for
V. PAGE HARRIS. East 386.
Healey bldg.. Grand and E. Morrison.
6NAP In Vernon lots. Two lots In the best
part of Vernon to be sold dirt cheap.
Owner leaving city. Call Friday, Satur
day, 4 to 8 P. M-. or Sunday. 634 Wy
gant st., corner 17th St., Vernon. Take
H. P. PALMER. M. VAN AL8TINB,
PALMER-VAX ALSTTNE CO..
REAL ESTATE. INSURANCE.
222 Falling bldg.
Main 6661. A 2633.
$200 EACH, easy terms, five choicest lots;
one ana two blocks from station at Wood
mere, on Mt. Scott line; beautiful sur
roundings; graded streets; water mains
laid. N 142, care Oregonian.
BRAND new 8-room house, Just finished,
modern and up-to-date, on East 27th
st., corner, $400 cash, balance $20 per
month; $2000. Let us show you. Bo Ham,
Gruasi & Higley, 128 3d st.
BEAUTIFUL LOT CHEAP.
- $f0 Very sightly lot on East 10th st.,
north; sewer, water, gas and macadamized
street; easy payments. See H. W. Lemcke
Co., 6th and Washington sts.
FOR BALE A new 4-room cottage on East
zist st. ; price tiduo; terms; also a large
house, 8 rooms, lot 50x100; East Harrison;
price $1600; terms. Wm. G. Beck, 312 Fall
BUILDER of experience lately, from Cali
fornia will take contract or percentage
work ; cottages or bungalows; plans fur
nished. Box M 134, Oregonian.
OWNER will sell 5-room modern cottage.
waiKing instance, boutn "oriiana: sightly
location. Address Q 140, Oregonian.
EIX-ROOM modern and new nouse. West
Bide; fractional lot; $3600; $750 down, bat
$25 month. S 45, Oregonian.
HOUSE, 5 rooms, first-class plumbir.g, fine
fruit; furniture cheap. Inquire owner. 760
East 8th, North, near Fremont.
BIX-ROOM modern ar.d new house. West Side;
fractional lot; $3600; $750 down. baL $25
month. S 45, Oregonian.
$100 WILL handle lot 50x100 and 2-room
house In Sell wood, on Improved street. In
quire owner. East 6387;
BARGAIN New 6-room house with barn,
$1000. Call after 6 P. M. -week days. 00 E.
FOR SALE 4-room cottage Chaso, six. full
lot. $550. J. N. Harkleroad, Kent St., Sea
side. $lft00 Corner lot (Holladay Park); cement
sidewalks; Improved street. L 40, Oregonian.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
MUST BE SOLD BY SEPT. 1.
Here's an opportunity for good Investment
with little money; flat house, 6 rooms on
first floor; 5 on second (all rented), modem,
inside finished in California redwood pol
lened, rooms large and airy, basement, fur
nace, electric light, gas stoves and water
heater in each flat, fine high corner, ground
76xlK. fine old shade trees. 17 minutes out
by trolley: price only $5500; $2000 cash will
handle this. -
THE CROSSLEY COMPANY,
Phone Main 7855. 301 McKay Bldg.
LOT, 50x50. E. 7th, near Broadway; improved
street, concrete sidewalk, sewer, water, gas;
Lot. northeast corner Hawthorne ave. and
E. 31st.; concrete walks, sewer, water, gas;
Good lot. East Ankeny, between 23d and
100 ft. square, northeast corner Union
avenue- and Wygaht; $350.
Also other corners and InMde lots on
Union avenue. Reasonable prices.
CULVER, 623 Chamber of Commerce.
WE will offer for sale for a few days, lot
9, block 11, 40x100 feet, adjoining Over
look, one of the most desirable locations
In the city: price $650.
Also have looxlOS feet, covered with
bearing fruit trees, near Center Addition,
a delightful location for suburban home;
$800; ea?y terms.
Several two to five-acre tracts, half
hour's ride on electric road, level and
nicely situated; $M per acre.
DEAN LAND & IMPROVEMENT CO.,
631 Chamber of Commerce.
STOP THAT RENT.
$R50 4-room cottage, well improved lot;
$100 down, $10 month.
$550 3-room cottage, Improved lot; $100
down. $l"t month.
$100 Full size lote. block from carline:
car every 15 minutes, 5c fare; $25 down, $5
Take Mt Scott car. stop at Stewart's Sta
tion. Phone Tabor C60. C. W. Wells.
This beautiful tract, consisting of a
section of the best land In Washington
County, has just been placed on the mar
ket, and will be sold in tracts to suit
from 5 acres up. Prices range from $00
to $1 50 per acre, on easy terms. Be
one of the first and get the choice.
PERCY ALLEN W. H. BUOY,
,611-12 Swetland Bldg.
A HOME IN HOLLADAY.
For a few days this fine home of 6
rooms, bath. gas. electric lights, 2 basins,
hot and cold water, fireplace, piped for
a furnace, with large reception hall and
porches. Look this up. It Is a bargain
HAGEMANN & BLANCH ARD, .
91 Fifth. North.
7 VERY desirable lots. Willamette Heights,
facing on Qnlmby St.. just west of 29th
BU, overlooking harbor and fairgrounds;
street graded, sewer, water and gas;
grand view city and mountains; price
A. H. BIRRELL,
202 McKay bldg.. 3d and Stark.
140 ACRES, near Tualatin River, In "Washing
ton County, only 15 miles from Portland, for
$500; will take improved city property for
part payment, or cash and reasonable
terms on balance. This property will easily
double in value In next five years. Key
stone Investment Co., 2o3 Lumber Exchange.
$575 EACH 50x100; 2 choice lots, face north;
450 ft. east Union ave., south of
Fremont St.; owned by non-resident;
cn high ground; says sell;
good $700 value.
A. H. BIRRELL,
202 McKay bldg., 3d and Stark.
ACREAGE, choice tract on new Salem Elec
tric, line, not far out. suitable for acre
subdivision, with" running water; best of
garden soil, and only $150 per acre for
' quick sale; easy terms.
VANDUYN & WALTON, 515 Chamber of
20 ACRES on Base Line road, adjoins town
lots on three sides; big money can be
made this Fall by subdividing; new Ml
Hood railroad passes through the prop
erty; $15,000; one-quarter cash, balance
to "suit. The Spanton Co., 270 Stark st.
SNAP buy in rooming-house; price $1050, good
for this week only; owner leaving city; loca
tion the very best on the East Side.
Think quick if you want a bargain.
"West Coast Realty Co., 505 Lumber Ex
$2600 8-room modern house, new tinted
walls, porcelain bath, etc.; one block from
car; full lot.
PALMER-VAN ALSTINE CO..
222 Falling bldg. . M. 5G61. A 2653,
FOR S A LB By owner, a 26-room house,
good lease and reasonable rent, clearing
about SiiOO per month; price $3250 cash;
fair trial given; if you don't have the
money, don't answer. . D 140, Oregonian.
FOR SALE 5-room cottage and barn, cor
ner lot, fruit trees; rent paying 10 per
cent on money wanted. Inquire 503 East
21t st.. near Clinton. Take Richmond
or Woodstock car.
A SIGHTLY residence lot, 50x100; Bull Run
water, cement walks and curbs, all paid for
and less than two blocks from carline;
only 15 minutes from heart of city; $450;
terms. Columbia Trust Co.. Couch bldg.
HAWTHORNE ADDITION BARGAIN.
$1300 Snap; must sell pretty new 5-room
house, built for home; close to Hawthorne
canines, lot BOxloo. Terms can De arranged.
See H. W. Lemcke Co., 6th and Washington.
Choice lots and homes, also acreage; cash
or terms; some overlooking river and city;
residence or business lota. C. A. Zygowski,
office Willamette Station. St. Johns car.
HAVE YOU EYES? SEE THIS.
Two most desirable lots
Overlook entire East Side.
No. 1100 at 14 Washington bldg.
BRAND new, modern 7-room house, full lot,
on East 0th, close In, $400 cash, balance
$30 per month; $3200; beats paying rent;
let us show you. Bo 11am, Grussl & Hig
ley, 128 3d.
$2500 For sale by owner, a good 6-roora
house, modern throughout, full basement,
lawn, fruit, flowers, terms to suit pur
chaser. 11SG Union ave. N. Phone "Wood
NEW artistic 7-room residence, just finished;
beautifully arranged, complete in every de
tail, desirable location. "Holladay Park Ad
dition, near Broadway carline. Owner, G 46,
TOO LATE These two lots, on East Side,
in walking distance, will advance in price
after this week. Price today la $1600 for
the two lots. . M. C. Davis, 16 Hamilton
$2100 BUYS large 6-room newly finished houee
with 3 lots. bam. chicken-house, fruit
trees; block from Mt. Scott carline; loth
ave.; $sw down. P. uaiie, tiray s crossing,
SNAP Two beautiful lots, concrete walks.
water, near car, "good building restric
tions, owner must have money, bee me
today; $185 handles. "Walling. 243 Stark
$5800 Three good dwellings, nearly two lots
gooo: location, est hide; income over 10
per cent net : easy terms; excellent invest
ment. 118 Abington bldg.. 106 3d st.
BEAUTIFUL home, block from carline. 8
sunny rooms, double floors, furnace, fire
place, gas, electricity, sewer, fruit trees,
1 or 2 lots. Ownr, 400 Prescott st.
4 block, 15 minutes' walk from post
office, 1 block carline. S. W. B. 388 East
Washington st. Phone East 3060.-
S18O0 Factory site on S. P. R. R.. close In
on East Side, containing 2 lots; buy
- tnis ano aouDte your money in six months.
M. C Davis, 10 Hamilton bldg.
THE BANK IS BUSTED.
Will sell 2 acres level, water on 2 sides.
on oc canine ; no reasonable oner refused.
204 Mohawk bldg.
LOTS. 50x100, on Alberta carline, $250 an
$050. Other bargains. Owner, 410 Dekun
WOODMERE SACRIFICE FOR CASH.
$350 My two beautiful lots. lOOxlOO fet.
close to carline. After 7 P. M. Phone Main
FOR SALE -Cheap, two lots, each 25x100,
near the end of Alberta carline; $100 cash
takes notn. owner, oia Jrenton bldg.
FOR SALE in Punnyslde, nice 5-room cot
tage. In splendid condition ; price $2500.
Apply at 149 North 15th 8t.
FOR SALE By owner. 7-room new modern
nouse on canine, -iotxi. nil Belmont st.
.Phone jast 4oy.
FOR SALE Nice 8-room house. South Port
land; walking distance. Phones Main 4479
or 4425. - "
$1S5G Cottage, 5 rooms, hall. bath, basement
West Side; terms. 118 Abington bldg., 106
$6500 Buys brand new 6-room house In .Irving-
ion irura owner. Aaaress f. kj. tsox llt.
SPHINX AGENCY, 806 STARK ST., CAN
veil- your Business property or rssiaenc.
HOUSES, lots and land, by J. Tressler. 1440
n.- tiusan st. btop ac ciaremont ave.
GOOD Income property, $6000 to handle It
business corner. F 126, Oregonian.
. FOR SALE FARMS.
13 ACRES, 2 miles from town ; 7 acres
cleared; a nice bearing orchard on place,
apples, peaches, cherries, prunes, grapes
and gooseberries; a good barn, on county
road ; $27. 5c. "
138 acres in the famous Camas Prairie
country; 120 acres hay land, two fine cattle
barns, small house, fine stock farm; all
nice level land, at price of $50 per acre ;
10-acre tract. close In ; good 5-room
house and barn; all slashed and fence,
rich soil; under new Irrigation ditch; $20u0;
40 acres. 2Va miles out. unimproved, 20
acres good land, some good saw timber;
40 acres 44 miles out; fine fruit land;
about 12 acres cleared; 300 fruit trees, over
1O0 in bearing: land is rich and 2 springs
and a little creek on It; small house; a
good investment for $2200.
160-acre farm 3 miles out; all fenced
with wire, most of the posts having been
dipped in carboliniunH; 40 acres 5-wire, goat
tight; about a mile of cross-fence, each 4f
being fenced to itself; 35 acres grubbed, 80
acres slashed and burned and good timothy
pasture on it; 2V acres alfalfa, 5 acres
wheat. 18 acres orchard; 14 acres of It are
Spitzenberg and Yellow Newtowns. two and
three years old, the remaining four acres
mixed apples, bearing; four or five springs;
8 acres piped under ground; can be irri
. gated every 24 hours; a good small four-
room cottage, stone foundation and cellar,
large old bam, goat shed. milk-house,
spring water In the milk-house; stock and
farming implements. 10 head of stock, .span
of horses. 35 goats, dozen hogs, chickens,
wagons, cultivators and other farming tools,
spraying outfit, separator and all the crops;
$15,000; easy terms. R. Field & Co., White
FRUIT FARM FOR SALE 24 acres. of
wnicn 8 acres are in bearing Italian prune
orchard. 8 acres In bearing Concord grape
vineyard. 150 bearing cherry trees, 4 acres
apple and peach orchard, 2 acres logan
berries; Bix miles from Portland postof
fice; 300 yards from S- P. Ry. depot;
three-fourths of a mile from two electric
carllnes. Ths vineyard Is one of the fin
est In Oregon and famous for the quality
of the fruit. All fruit trees In the best
of condition ; good ' residence; excellent
prune dryer; "house for hired help and all
necessary f arip bluldtngs ; good well ;
water piped Into the house; bath and all
city conveniences. An ideal country
home where all the advantages of the
city are at hand and the finest fruit farm
In the Willamette Valley, James H. Reid,
owner, Milwaukle, Or.
A BIG BARGAIN.
A 102-acre farm in Clackamas County.
4 miles from Oregon City and 14 miles
from the prosperous City of Portland, tho
city with the future; 45 acres in high
Etate of cultivation; 40 acres in timber,
balance pasture; good living creek run
ning all year around ; 25 acres of the finest
bottom land; good main road, planked
and macadamized all the way to town;
R. F. D. route past the place; all fenced,
part wire, part rail; one of the finest
farms in the county, and at the lowest
price, but must sell on account of old
age; price $43 per acre. Address P. O.
Box 492, South Bend, Wash.
HOMESTEAD relinquishment, 20 miles S. E.
of Oregon City, 2 miles to postorrice, o
miles to proposed electric line; land on
the edge of the mountains; one-half cul
tlvatable, one-fourth green timber; some
Improvements; price $150; will trade for
Oregon Trust & Savings Bank credit. B
FOR SALE 60 acres; 18 acres bottom land;
swale and beaverdam creek runs tnrougn
place; full 3500 cords of fir, ash and oak
wood standing; located on main road, 4
miles east of Hillsboro, 12 miles west of
Portland and 40 rods from new motor line;
land level ; price $4500. Address Mark
L. Noble, Forest Grov. Or.
FARM, 80 acres, gooc- 7-room house, 7 miles
Irom forest urove, on county roaa,
from railroad. 30 from Portland, one from
church and school; SO acres in cultivation,
35 improved. 35 In timber; good orchard;
fine water supply; telephone; rural mall;
$52 per acre. Address R 143. Oregonian.
FOR BALE OR RENT Attention nurserymen
and farmers, 320 acres, all in cultivation,
deep soil, fine improvements, convenient to
rail and navigation. This farm Is especially
adapted for nursery business. Inquire of
owner. George O'Brien, 490 North Capital
St., Salem, Or.
$3100 FOR 15 acres farm and chicken
ranch near Gresham. on O. W. P. Ry.
823 Chamber of Commerce. Phone Main
FOR SALE Some of the best dairy and stock
ranches on Alaea Bay ana vicinity, c. J.
Smith, Waldport, Or.
20 ACRES, 7 miles from Courthouse, all In
cultivation; a snap; $3000. H. W. Lemcke
FOR SALE TIMBER LANDS.
THE LACEY WAY
Is recognized to be the standard way of
handling timber lands. The timber must
first satisfy us, and our cruise reveals
every, detail of the conditions surrounding
It. Our reports are prepared in such a
way that the buyor imows whether or not
the timber will satisfy him befere hs visits
Twenty years' experience and the client
age wo represent, is a sufficient guarantee
that our methods are right. You may
waste your valuable time in looking up the
tract you want Take advantage of the
results of our own constant efforts along
this line and get the best.
JAMES D. LACEY & CO.,
Lumber Exchange, Seattle. Wash.
Chsmber of Commerce. Portlalfa, Or.
SHIP. RAIL OR WATER.
We have an unusually good proposition In
a 50.00U capacity car and cargo mill that
can be handled for $35,000; If desired can also
furnish from 50.000,000 to 100,000.000 feet
of tlmher at a figure allowing a profit. Key
stone Investment Co., 203 Lumber Exchange.
FOR SALE Homestead relinquishment,
five miles from Wa&hougal on river; stale
road runs through it ; plenty of work at
gooa wages on joining claim in sawmiu;
fare to, Portland 50 cents. Apply J. M.
Elskamp, Washougal, Wash.
FOR SALE All timber on the S. H of Sec
34. township No. 31 South. Range No. 14
West of the Willamette meridian: esti
mated at about 10,000,000 feet. Address
Grant McMahan, Ely. Missouri, box 191.
WANTED Homestead timber relinquishment,
Wee tern Washington preferred ; will pay
good price if well located and good timber;
would consider relinquishment in Oregon. T
FINE logging proposition, containing 40.000,
000 feet yellow fir, on tidewater, or will
self half interest to responsible party to
operate, noban & Taggart, 211 Aiisky bid-
FOR SALE Redwood timber lands: mill
now in full operation ; best opening on
coast or. cauzornta. Aaaress v iit ure
gonian. 8000 cord wood stumpage proposition, on
new Salem line, q miles out. Vanduyn A
Walton. 515 Chamber of Commerce.
TIMBER wanted. Oregon or Washington, large
or small tracts, bpnlnx Agency, 30&H stark.
OREGON TIMBER CO.. timber lands bought
ana soia. J3-4 McKay bldg.
A GOOD 12-room house and lot, 6nxl50, on one
. of the best streets, nice neighborhood, near
carline. In City of Milwaukee, Wis., for fruit
farm or good timbered ranch, running water;
some stock ; state price. Aaaress o 143,
FOR SALE or exchange for suburban resi
dence, acreage, vacant lots or city residence
property, it acres tt miles east or Oregon
City; good farm land, also some timber.
Address B 142, Oregonian,
EXCHANGE Hotel, one of the best commer
.clal hotels in Oregon: would take small
houee or vacant lot in Portland for part
payment, uwner, ts 14. uregonian.
COOS Bay Harbor property for deposits In
Oregon l rust & savings Bank at full
value, and large quantity. 333 Orego
4-BLOCK on E. 37th st to exchange for
equity in email cottage or what have you?
kj no, uregonian.
WILL exchange first-class candy store. Wash
ington st., for realty; valuation $1800. K 129,
35O0 Equity in suburban acreage for
nouse ano. lot. box 86, Route l, Milwau
REAL estate, for Oregon Trust & Savings de
posits. Alns worth Smith. 109 Sherlock bldg,
WILL trade for what you have. L. Alns
worth Smith, 109 Sherlock bldg.
WANTED AND FOR SALE LAND SCRIP.
ALL kinds. Including approved forest reserve
crip, for surveyed, uneurveyed timber and
prairie government land. H, M. Hamilton.
xne rortiana. .Portland. Or.
HOOD RIVER 15 acres. 8 miles depot, or
chard, clover, berries, buildings. Mercer,
.- 'ront, Portland.
FOR RENT FARMS.
500-ACRE stock ranch for rent: stock, in
eluding horses, cattle and goats, for sale.
u 146, uregonian.
WANTED REAL ESTATE.
THERE is a big demand for thoroughly
modern houses, worth $3000 to $4000
va have more than ft dozen customers
ready with money for desirable homes.
Give us descrlptlocs. We can get top
THE SPANTON COMPANY,
270 Stark St.
Portland homes our specialty.
WANTED To buy small fruit and vegetable
farm, small house on It; from four to six
acres within reacn of carline. Address O 141,
WILL pay $700 own and $30 per month
, for an 8-room modern house. Address or
call 334 Monroe st.
WANTED To Invest In West Side rental
property, not over $2500. Phone Main
WANTED At once, lot between Stark and
Couch and east of Parte st. n 140, orego
nian. WANTED Lots in Sunnyside, from own
ers; will pay cash. 410 Vj Dekum bldg.
WANTED TIMBER LANDS.
WANTED Small farms of all kinds; have
many customers waiting. Send me a de
scription. We will do the rest.
E. R. MARKHAM & CO.,
200-210 Commercial Blk.
FOR SALE FARMS.
FOR SALFJ 2SC0 acres of land and 5000
sheep, 2i)0 head of cattle, all farming Imple
ments. Write James Connolly, Burnt Ranch,
Wheeler County, Or.
Horses. Vchlckles. Etc.
$165 BUYS bay team of gildings, weight 2OG0.
sound, gentle work any place, with good
light 2-seat hack and harness; $100 buys
pair of blacks, mare and horse, 7 and 8,
sound, gentle, good workers; $180 buys pair
of matched bay 4-year-old colts, gentle to
ride and drive; $45 gets bay saddJe horse.
FCR SALE A pair of bay geldings, thorough
ly oroken; a i raid of nothing; 5 years and 6
years old; team weighs about 2400; consid
ered the finest tram in the city; owner will
sell for $12t0. F 148, Oregonian.
New grocery, laundry, bakery, milk wagons.
loo second-haid vehicles; single, aoutua
furniture wagons; horses, rigs rented. Tom
linfeon & Cassiday. 211 Wash. Pacific 007.
7 HEAD choice young cows, 1 fresh, others to
De soon. call before 10 o clock mornings.
K. D. Root, Tremont, Mt. Scott car, 2 blocks
west of station. Phone Sell wood 426.
TEAM, 5 years, stocky built, weigh 300O
ibB.; well matched, w. J. Kelly, uveriana
Stables, 5th and Gllsan.
FOR SALE Matched team light work
horses, wagon and harness, very reason
able. 354 Stephens st.
$75 BUYS good rubber-tired buggy and
horse. 835 East 2Sta st. v - vv car to
FOR SALE A young matched sorrel team.
weight 2V00; good drivers; will sell for $225.
131 X. 6th st.
FOR SALE Fine auto touring car used this
Kf-aeon. Party leaving city. - Terms. Ap
ply 181 Cth.
HUBERT A HALL. 266 4th st.. dealers In
horses and vehicles; horses and vehicles
TWO 6-year-o!d hersea. 1100 and 1200, also a
snort wood dump wagon, at 1029 is. 24th
FOR SALE Horses, by W. E. Jacobs, 1028
.ast Aider. Tabor 743.
FOR SALE CHEAP.
500 tons of pipe, sizes from to 1 2
Inches, all fixed In Al shape ready for use;
orders taken for cutting and threading
all sizes of Dine.
100 tons of corrugated Iron, painted and
galvanized, all gauires or iron.
100,000 feet of cable, all sizes, lengths
from 50 to 3000 feet.
250 tons of T and girder rails.
50 tons of new and second-hand rope,
good for calking and general use.
50 tons of wedges and sledges, practical
ly new, guaranteed.
1000 blacksmith and bench vises.
50 tons of barb wire, poultry netting,
nulls and startles, all nractlcallv new.
We also carry the largest stock of pul
leys, shafting, boxes, hangers ana miscel
laneous machinery on the Pacific Coast.
Call or write.
J. SIMON ft BRO-,
244-246-250 Front St.
VERY serviceable 40-foot 24-H. P. gasoline
launch at a bargain ; now in use on tne
Columbia River; reason for selling, draws
too much water for shore depth of river in
locality used; has cabin for passengers, also
flxod for freight barges, either towing or
fide pull. Address D. D. Company, Cooi-
FOR SALE Sewing machines We have moved
into our new store and have a few slightly
marred White. Singer, New Home, Davis
and Wheeler A Wilson drop-heads; will sell
at great bargains the coming week. White
sewing Machine Co., 40 v asnington st.
COMPLETE fixtures of grocery store; good lo
cation, including, 60-gal. Beman ontank,
cheese-cutter. 4 showcases, soda fountain,
refrigerator, counters, shelving, etc.; will
eea separate. 410 Dekum bldg.
FOR SALE New and second-hand billiard
and pool tables: easy payments; we rent
tables, with privilege of buying; modern
oar nxtures; cneap prices. jsruaswiv
. Balke-Collender, 49 3d st.
ONE entirely new 8-lnch "Wood's" Curley
drill complete with tools, ready to operate;
close price; one 2 "4-yard steel scraper, for
use with donkey engine; good condition. L
WE PAY MORE FOR
PORTLAND AUCTION CO.,
MAIN 6655. 211 FIRST ST.
FOR SALE Two male collie pups, sable
and white, 0 months old, with fine pedi
gree. Mrs. Jensen, East 3a. banay roaa.
city. Phone East 2393.
storage batteries, fully guaranteed; will
sell cheap. Supple's Shipyard.
S. L. N. GILMAN, Auctioneer. 411 Washing
ton st. Main 2473. A 4750. We buy and
seil household furniture.
METAL tables and chairs to match, and all
necessary utensils for ice cream parlor.
211 Hirst st.
GENTLEMAN'S tfrket to Omaha. Neb., for
sale cheap; tall, middle age. dark hair. B 143,
MOVING picture machines, supplies, repairs,
film slides; bargains. Stevens, 165 Vt 4t.hu
UNIVERSAL eookstove six llfls; leaving city
sell reasonable. Phone East 2793.
8-FOOT floor showcase, also 4-foot counter
case. 211 First st.
ONE fine roll top desk (quartered oak) at
211 First st.
SECTIONAL bookcase and desk. 211 First
CANDYM AKER'S outfit. 211 First St.
FINE Chappel organ. 211 First st.
50 CANDY Jars. 211 First St.
HELP WANTED MALE.
SALESMAN Will pay big money to a rust
ler; want wide-awake man with clean record.
Call noon, 122 Sixth st.
REMUNERATIVE position, solicitor, energy
and character. oi Kucnanan, iov asn
lngton. Call forenoon.
. , 7
WANTED Slack barrel cooper. Apply West
tin Cooperage Co., room 306, Stearns bldg.
EXPERIENCED baker wanted at the Cali
fornia bakery, Salem Or.; good wages for
a good man.
BARBER wanted Saturday, and steady lob
for right man. 78H Mississippi ave. Take
WANTED All-round machinist or machine
hand at The Dalles Iron W orks. The Dalles,
BARBER wanted at once; good wages
guaranteed. D. O. Taylor, independence.
California Wine Depot, headquarters for cooks
and helpers. 148 4th st. Pac 2183. P. Lorati
WANTED Physician registered in Oregon for
office work. Address M 104, Oregonian.
WANTED Experienced shoe salesmen. Ap
ply Roberts Bros., 3d and Morrison.
WANTED A book and stationery man, take
part interest. E 142, Oregonian.
HELP WANTED MALE.
STRICTLY temperate man (German pre
ferred) not over 40 years of age. to fill
permanent and responsible position as
night bread counter; must furnish relia
ble reference as to strict honesty, to
gether with some experience in work
about a bakery; salary $18 weekly to
start. Apply Royal Bakery, llth and
Everett sts. ,
WANTED An experienced glove salesman
to travel for a well-established glove firm
through Northern and Western Washing
ton, Idaho and Montana; good salary and
expenses guaranteed; only experienced
men with good references need apply. Ad
dress P. O. Box 307, Stockton, Cal.
WANTED Salesmen to sell assorted packages
of china for holiday trade, as side line,
from large Importing house. Photographs
furntehed; no samples required. Address ar
plication, giving present employment, refer
ences and territory covered to "Importer,"
care of E. D., Wheeler, 816 Tribune bldg.,
WANTED Stavebolt cutters, $LBO per cord;
timber yellow fir. Apply room 306 Stearns
bldg., Portland. Or.
WATCHMAKER and jeweiery repairer: a
splendid opening for a first-class man to
work on his own account: he must be abso
lutely reliable and a first-class workman; this
is an opportunity out of the ordinary. Reply
at once, with references and experience, to
P 143. Oregonian.
CLERK for general store, also bookkeeper.
grocery man, stock toy. nry gooas, ga en
gine engineer, experienced man for cannery
work, soldering, etc. ; refrigerating engineer
ior cold storage and ice-making, at once.
Clerks' Registration Bureau, 303 Aiisky
bldg., 65 Morrison st.
POSITIONS in U. S. RAILWAY MAIL SERV-
1CH. also LETTER-CARRIERS and clerks
for Portland postofflce If qualified; increased
salaries, opportunities for advancement. See
mng'r. Pacific States Schools. 513 McKay
bldg. You can begin preparation at once.
ALL diseases of men successfully treated ;
discharges positively cured in from a to
6 days; consultation free and strictly con
fidential; send for our symptom blank.
X-radlum Medical Institute, 3d and Alder
sts.; entrance 253 Alder St.. Portland.
WANTED At once, 2000 men for railroad
construction at Karalla, Alaska; laborers,
bridge men, station men, etc. ; work will
be continued all Winter. For particulars
apply to 322 Railroad ave., foot Jackson
St., Seattle, Wash?
WANTED Teachers Manual training $850;
Kngllsh end elocution. $800; science, five po
sitions, $600 to $9tH; principals, ten positions,
$600 to $850; German and bookkeeping. $S0i.
The Ftsk Teachers Agency, 1200 Williams
ave. Wood-lawn 1118.
SEVERAL bright young men at once to qual
ify for U. S. Departmental clerks. Exam
ination in November. Fine salaries; life
positions, with promotions. ' See us today.
West Coast Schools, 315 Oregonian bldg.
MEN and boys wanted to learn plumbing,
plastering, bricklaying; day and night
classes;, free cat. ; positions secured ; no
book learning. Coyne Trade School. 230
240 8th t., San Francisco and New York.
ARTIST A steady position with pleasant sur
roundings for good designer rami t tar witn
lettering and photo retouching; state expe
Blence and salary. M. L. Rimes Illustrating
Co., 1140 Geary et., San Francisco.
In men's furnishings, good positions for
thoroughly competent and experienced men;
none but first-class salesmen need apply.
; OLDS. WORT MAN & KING.
PROTECT yourself for $1 per month against
accident, sickness and death. Write or
call for full information. Northwestern
Health and Accident Association. 10D
Sherlock bldg. Agents wanted.
MEN and women to learn barber trade In
eight weeks; graduates earn from $15 to
$25 weekly; expert Instructors; catalogue
free. Moler System of Colleges, 85 North
Fourth st., Portland.
YOUNG man as assistant manager; special
ty dry goods store In Portland ; give In
detail references and experience had ;
splendid future for right man. Address
Box A 141, Oregonian.
A. Men and boys to make simple drawings;
devote spare or whole time; experience un
necessary; splendid Income. Write for par
ticulars. International Art League, Lock
port, N. Y.
WANTED Good sober, reliable man for wash
ing buggies and harness; night work; an
average of 15 to 20 rigs per night; salary
$60. Capital Stables, W. S. Low, proprietor,
TAILOR to press custom skirts, also to help
with tailoring, pantsmaker will do; $20 per
week, to the right man; steady work. Call
at 429 Washington. J. K. Stern, Ladies'
WHY look for work? Call and see tne.
Clerks, stenographers, cashiers, bookkeepers,
timekeepers, collectors, office workers Clerks'
Registration Bureau, 265 Morrison, cor. 3d
t., offices 303.
MEN and women to learn watchmaking, en
graving, jeweler work, optics, easy terms;
positions guaranteed; money made learning.
Watchmkg-Engvg. Sc'l. 1426 4th av, Seattle.
GOOD molders for steel foundry wanted ; we
operate an open shop, pay union wages and
work union time. Address Pacific Jupiter
Steel Co., 140 First st., San Francisco, CaJ.
Boys 17 to 18 years of age wanted at
once. Apply to
OLDS, WORTMAN & KING.
WANTED Man to take care of two horses
and lawn. One who Is willing to do as he
Is told. None need apply unless they have
good city references. X 141, Oregonian.
WANTED Boy to deliver parcels; perma
nent position; chance for advancement.
Sam'l Rosenblatt & Co., clothiers, 3d
and Morrison sts.
PRINTERS, pressmen, llnotypers, newspaper
printing help wanted, furnished ; plants
bought, sold. Newspaper Brokerage,
MAN to assist In shipping department; must
be a live one and have had experience In
handling furniture and carpets. Edwardd
A SNAP If taken at once, .2-chafr shop and
bath In town of $80,000 pay roll per month.
Inquire G. X. W. Wilson's Barber Supply,
72 6th st.
COMBINED advertiser end salesman to cover
Northwest with established grocery spec
ialty ; liberal proposition. R 149. Oregonian.
WANTED Fire escape man. wire worker,
and two A No. 1 helpers. Columbia Wire
& Iron Works, 368 E -Washington st.
WANTED Party to clear 6 acres of land on
the river near Milwaukle. Apply Monday
morning. 390"- Morrison st. Reimers.
WANTED A good bright man as dry goods
clerk, and must understand general mer
chandise. Address E 144, Oregonian.
TRAVELING salesman In Valley for a line
of high-grade meats, must have regular terri
tory; strong side line. 208 Stark st.
DANCING lessons, 25c, waltz, two-step, etc.
Prof. Wal. Wlltson's Dancing School, 304
Allsky bldg., 265 Morrison st.
WAXTKD Man to do general harness repair
lng and make harness; average wages. B.
P. Dodd. Hermiston, Or.
WANTED BUI clerk In wholesale grocery
business ; must be able to use typewriter.
K 146, Oregonian.
WANTED A good bright man as bookkeeper;
must have the best of references. Address
G 141, Oregonian.
BOY wanted, over 16, to larn cabinet
maker's trad; good wages while learning. O
A YOUNG man 20 to 25 years of age can
hear of good position by calling at 69
South 1st st.
WANTED A capable city shipping clerk in
wholesale grocery house. K 141, Oregonian.
500 MEN wanted Free shaves and haircuts.
284 Couch at. Moler Barber College.
SALESMEN Big wages; something positive
ly new. 215 Commercial blk.
WANTED Men's clothing; right price paid.
60H 8d st. Home Phone A 4051.
WANTED Second cook at Castlllan
Kitchen, 247 Washington.
WANTED 10 first-class solicitors. Ad
dress1 P. O. Box 550. city.
WANTED Boy to drive wagon. Henry
Berger Co., 128 1st st.
WANTED Two good coopers. Apply to
Standard Oil Co.
WANTED 2 boys to learn trade. 65 Front,
WANTED Parlor frame varnlsher 65 Front,
WANTED Boy to run machine. Apply 310
GOOD advertising solicitor at 147 Front t-
HELP WANTED MALE.
MEN at once for steady lift positions in Gov
ernment service as letter-carrier or railway
mail clerks. Let us qualify you. Call at
once. West Coaet Schools. 315 Oregonian
bldg. Open daily and evening
WANTED A No. 1 salesmen and solicitors
for 1 best proposition ever made to both
agent and public- Call after 7 P. M. New
Occidental Hotel, room 212. P. Kramer.
WANTED An experienced cleaner and
presser. Call at 2;S Russell.
WANTED Boy to deliver on bike. Call 413
HELP WANTED MALE OR FEMALE.
WANTED 1000 hop-pickers to pick 624 acres
of hops; big crop; largest and best equipped
hapyard in Oregon; all on trellis wire; per
fect accommodations; grocery store, bakery,
butcher shop, restaurant, barber thop.
dancing pavilion, 50x150 ft., telephone, phy
sician, beautiful camping ground, 3 acres,
bathing pool, provisions sold at Portland
prices; we pay $1.10 per 100 lbs. Reduced
excursion rates on our special train. For
further particulars apply to Kreba Bros.,
272 Stark St., Portland, Or., on or after
Aug. 17. Telephone Main 1S20. Home phone
500 MEN and women wanted for a South
American Co-Operative Company ; wages
$7 a day for evtry kind uf work;
healthy and cool climate; free passage.
Send 10 cts. in 1-cent stamps for book of
full information. 727 Hayes st., San
WANTED For new department store, Walla
Walla, 1 window trimmer, 1 man and 1 wo
man for ladies ready-to-wear section. Write
at once, giving references, to Hanger &
Thompson,' Walla Walla. Wash.
WANTED Hoppickers for large yards; long
season; fine pitfking; fine camping grounds,
etc. Groceries at rity prices.- Apply .Andrew
Kan & Co.. 2S7 Morrison st.
HOP-PICKERS wanted; I pay 50 cents per
box. Call on me nt the Esmond Hotel
from 9 o'clock till 5 o'clock Friday and
Saturday, A. H. Cone.
WANTED 125 Hop-pickers, a!o some one to
run boarding-house for hop-pickers' camp;
loo acres good hops; loi.g job. W. K.
McKav, St. Paul,. Or.
$15, $30 PER week commission, earned so
liciting advertising; work when you please.
603 Goodnough bldg.
HOP-PICKERS. 862 Corbett st. Phone Pacific
115; good hops, shacks, fruit; fare 50c. Mrs.
WANTED A marker and distributor. Apply
at the I'a.clflc Laundry, 231 Arthur st.
WANTED K00 hnp-plckers to buy 1000
camp stoves at 97c each. 271 First st.
WANTED Cooks, first-class; no other need
apply. 53 North 18th corner Davis.
WILL pay big wages to man or woman who
can sell goods. 23 Fliedner bldg.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
WANTED Girl 16 years of age as apprentice
in alteration room.
THE FA RTHOT-rOMEW CO.,
WANTED Cook for small family; good,
wages; references required. Apply morn--lngs.
phone Main 20o2. 143 N. lftth st. j
WANTED Competent girl for general
housework; good wages; no laundry work.
Apply 730 Northup st. Phone Main 4747.
COMPETENT second girl. 622 Kearney st.
WANTED Gll 'for general housework ;
family of three ; no washing; wages $30
per month. Apply 783 Flanders st.
WANTED Housekeepers, cooks, nurses,
- waitresses, second girls. St. Louis Ladies'
Agency, 230-i Yamhill. Main 5413.
WANTED Operators and girls to learn
Bhirtmaklnj. Apply Standard Factory, 'A
Grand ave. and East Taylor st.
HANSEN'S LADIES' AGENCY,
$43s Washington st.. cor. 7th, upstairs.
Phous Main 2692.
WANTED Girl for general housework!
and cooking; three in family; good place.
61 N. 21st st., cor. Davis.
A GOOD young woman for general housework,
small family; good wages. Phono East 1511
or call 415 East 12th st., north.
SCHOOL teachers for Wash., Or., Mont.,
Idaho. C. R. B. Teachers Agency, 303
Allfky bMg., 265 Morrison st.
WANTED Lady to tnke care of sick woman
at once. Inquire of Matron at Patton
Home, 975 Michigan ave.
WAIST, skirt and tailor finishers; good
wages. Call between 11 and 12:30 at
Room 405, Fleldner bldg.
WANTED Neat housekeeper In bachelor's
home; no objection to young widow with one
child. N 139, Oregonian.
WANTED Two good dining-room girls, also
upstairs girl, good wagts. Nortonia Hotel,
34th and Washington. ,
WANTED Housekeeper for Newport, Or. ;
three in family. Call at 230 Yamhill
st., bet. 10 and 12.
INSIDE income property. 12 per cent on in-:
vestment; streets, sewerage all light. H
OPERATORS and finishers, also learners om
' pants; steady work, good pay. 2i7 Com
A YOUNG girl wanted to help with house
work In small family. Apply at 252 Stout
st.. In morning.
WANTED Girl for general housework and
cooking; family of 4 grown persons; wages
$30. 570 Hoyt.
KENNARD & ADAMS want 2 experienced dry
goods salesladies; permanent positions. 539
Williams ave. :
GIRL for general housework; good salary;: ,
good home. 375 East llth, north, cor.
SALESLADY Suit and waist. Clerks Res-te-tration
Bureau, 303 Allsky bldg., 265 Mor
rison. WANTED Pantry woman and first-class
waitress at Ilobart.-Curtls, 14th and WasU
WANTED Stenographer and assistant book
keeper. Apply at Silverfleld'a in the after
noon. WANTED Apprentice girls in cloak and
suit department. H. B. Lltt, 351 Washing
WANTED Competent girl for general
housework. 1S1 East 16th. Phone East
WANTED One dinner cook- al?o good pas
try cook. ABC Restaurant. 3S6 Morrison.
A COOK and second girl for country home.'
Apply Mrs. F. H. Hopkins. Hotel Portland.
WANTED Girls to make Fltz-Well shirts
and Boss of All overalls. Inquire 75 1st.
GIRLS WANTED APPLY STANDARD
Factory, 2 Grand ave. and East Taylor it.
GIRL wanted for general housework. Ap
ply 225 West Park. Phone Pacific 29o7-
GIRL to do housework. $20 per month.
Call 840 3:td st. Phone Scott 3523.
MILLINER apprentice girls wanted, paid
while learning. 115 7th st. Chapeau.
EX PEKIENCED hairdresser and manicurer.
Rosenthal Sisters, 109 7th st.
WANTED An experienced cook for family of
four. 474 Market, corner 14th.
COMPETENT girl for general housework. 33
North 2ith. Phone Main 2717.
APPRENTICE girl In alteration department.
H. B. Lltt, 351 Washington.
COMPETENT girl for general housework.
755 Irving, corner 23d.
1 WILL teach a respectable working -girl the
barbt-rs' trade. 54 4th -t.
WANTED 2 shirtwaist girls. H. B. Lltt,
351 Washington et.
WANTED Housegirl, German preferred; email
family. 3o0 Park st.
GOOD pasirv rook; also dining-room girl.
567 Washington st.
CHAMBERMAID at the Grand Central Hotel,
lid and Flanders.
WANTED Girl for general work; good wages.
253 Ford ct.
WANTED Strong nurse girl. Call at once.'
3K) Park st. ,
EXPERIENCED waitress. Elton Court, at
GIRL for general housework Phone pa-1
cific 39. j
WANTED A first-class waitress. 150 llth sL