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THE. MORNING OREGONIAN. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 9,1909.
SAYS TUX BURDEN
IS BT.VEHY UMIT
Charles K. Henry Declares It
Time for Every Citizen
to Give Heed.
WILL KEEP INVESTORS OUT
Clamor for Fre Bridges, Parka
Boulevards and What-"ot Grows
Serkms for Property-Owners.
Says Reaction Is Certain.
PORTLAND, Feb. 8. (To the Editor.)
The editorial article published In The
Oregonlan today under the heading-. "The
Non-Taxpayer's Interest," Is worthy of
the best thought and attention of every
citizen of Portland, taxpayers or other
wise. The ground Is covered thoroughly
In the article, and it is hinh time for
' every person in the . City of PorUand that
has the welfare of the city at heart,
to pay attention to this question of exces
The first question asked by an Investor,
manufacturer or Jobber coming to locate
in this city, is: "What are your rates
of taxation and Insurance rates 7" Port
land is being "soaked" to the uttermost
limit. The demand for more f-ee
bridges, free ferries, a bridge across the
Columbia River, parks in every local
ity, boulevards, more official positions
and Increased salaries. Is certain to check
and stop the splendid growth that we
This city Is doing more than any other
city In the United States. In New York
City people crossing In vehicles on either
the Brooklyn or Williamsburg bridce
have to pay toll. In Pittsburg, with its
enormous population, even persons on
foot have to pay toll, and in St. Louis,
with a population of over 750,000, pedes
trians, as well as vehicles, have to pay
toll to cross their bridges, while the City
of Portland, struggling to upbuild, is
now supplying four free bridges and
three free ferries, and yet there Is a
"howl" for more free bridges, one at
Hancock street, one at the foot of Rus
sell street, one In South Portland and
another at Oswego.
Who Is paying for all this, if not the
taxpayers? Let us see. The taxes this
year on the quarter block that I bought
in Aueruat, on Fourth and Oak streets,
are $22fi0. a fortune to pay out as taxes
on an unimproved quarter block. This
Is an increase of J38.40 over the taxes of
last year. Can anybody point out In
what way this property has benefited
over last year to the extent of over $50
a month? It la ridiculous.
The writer has Induced as many fami
lies to locate here and as many invest
ors to Invest here as perhaps any other
possible agency In the City of Portland,
and is leaving for California with a view
of inducing others to invest in our city,
and to secure the location of other in
dustries here. In fact, two are expected
to locate here this Spring. One of the
largest houses In the United States, with
large houses In New York. Chicago, St.
Louis and Minneapolis, will locate here,
If I can bring it about.
What kind of an argument will these
non-taxpayers furnish nie to Induce those
concerns to locate here, with taxes be
ing raised from 80 to DO per cent in a
single year? If we are to have a big
city, and are to give labor and employ
Vient to the great throng of people that
we are hoping to have here, we must
have factories. Jobbers and wholesalers
here, and In order to Induce them to
come, we must have reasonable taxes and
reasonable rates of Insurance, or else
they will not come here, as you very
'A day of reckoning Is coming for the
non-taxpayer." A high tax levy will
surely increase rents and the laugh will
not be altogether on their side, as it
nems to be at present. They may think
it is very easy to order new high bridges
costing millions, and parks to every little
addition that has nerve enough to clamor
for them, and boulevards that contem
plate the taking of such expensive prop
erty as the Holbrook and Charlton prop
erty, on the heights, reaching on down
and taking Judge Bronaugh's and his
mother's fine homes and similar proper
ties of that kind for driveways. They
think it Is easy to sell bonds for these,
but people- who have struggled for a
lifetime to accumulate a little property
are getting tired of paying for these
Let us see how this works. The prop
erty that I bought on Fourth and Oak
streets, for $126,000, Is assessed at $113,000.
being over 90 per cent of its actual selling
price; while the Ainslie mill property,
for which It Is stated in this evening's
Telegram. 6,000 was refused, was as
sessed at but JC8.700, or about 40 per cent
of its value. As another illustration, the
property of Mrs. B. C Hasten, on the
south side of Overton, between Twelfth
and Thirteenth streets, for which she is
asking 100.000, Is assessed at $29,500. or
less than 33 1-3 per cent; and a half
block in the same virlnity owned by Beno
A Ball Is. on Twelfth street, for which
they aro asking; about $200,000, Is as
sessed at J33..T0. - "Why should not these
people be made to pay taxes In propor
tion to the prices property-owners have
to pay for property tn the center of the
Taxation should be uniform and fair.
Every person In the City of Portland
should carefully Inspect their tax state
ment, and receipts now, and see how
they have Increased in the last year, and
bethink that If they have the right to
Increase from 30 to 50 per cent for one
year, what Is to prevent them from In
creasing them In the next year In like
manner? How can wo expect to sell
property and Induce the location of new
factories, new Industries and new busi
ness. If they may be subjected to im
mense Increase in taxes?
Insurance rates are altogether too high
here. The Pacific Coast Insurance Union
has been arbitrary and high-handed, and
targe concerns like Marshall-Wells & Co..
Pacific Paper Company, and others are
endeavoring to, avoid paying those ex
cessive rates by insuring in the Manufac
turers" Mutual, which requlro sprinkling
icy Ft em, and necessitates the building of
high and expensive water tanks that are
disfiguring our city in order that they
may escape from the grasp of the Pa
cific Coast Insurance Union rates.
The Taxpayers' League of this city
should be upheld and aided In their
efforts to reduce taxes In this city. We
have enough bridges, ferries and enough
public utilities if they are put into a
higher state of efficiency. Taxes must
be reduced or the city will be set back.
CHARLES K. HENRY.
ASK .CONGRESS FOR ROAD
Pacific County Waxes Pes per a to and
Makes a Last Appeal.
OREGONIAN NPTWS BUREAU, Wash
ington. Feb. 8. Pacific County, Wash
ington, has enlisted the services . of
; Congressman Jones to obtain for It
lipermlsslonv of -Congress to open- a -road
COST ONH MILUOX POIXAM.
! HOTEL OREGON
CORNER SEVENTH AND STARK STREETS
Portland's New and Modem Hotel. Rates $1 per Day and Dp
European Plan. Free Bus
WRIGHT-DICKINSON HOTEL CO. Props.
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R 9 nwns.
J. F. DAV1ES, President
St. Charles Hotel
Front and Morrison Streets, PORTLAND, OR.
EUROPEAN PLAN ROOMS 50c TO $1.50
FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT IN CONNECTION
Park St. Bet. Morrison
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C. "W. CORNELIUS,
through the Fort Columbia Military
Reservation. This flgrht dates buck, to
territorial days; and the road now de
sired was in fact established In 1855 by
an act of the County Commissioners.
Nine years later the road was closed by
the Government, which Included It In
the land needed for the military reser
vation. Since then all attempts to have
the route of travel reopened have
failed, and now an appeal is being
made for Congressional permission as a
Agree on TTrgent Deficiency.
WASHINGTON. Fob. 8. In the House
today the conference report on the ur
gent deficiency appropriation bill . was
agreed to without debate. The bill goes
to the President. The report finally dis
posed of the item of J12.000 for automo
biles for the White House by authorizing
the necessary appropriation.
ChiMrrrt's Fhno rodncd at Rosenthal's.
is Cod Liver Oil, purified, re
fined and partly digested any
one can take it The leading
medical authorities agree that
Cod Liver Oil is the best help
in fighting Consumption, be
cause it produces flesh and
strength faster than anything
Send th! . four cents for postage, men-'
tionlng this paper, and we -will nd you a
"Complete Handy Atlas of the World."
SCOTT A BOWNE, 409 Pearl SU New York
FOR TOURISTS nssl
Special rate md
to families and sin
gle teaUmift. The
niTTir will be
lee4 at all mee
o show rooms an
give prtoee. A jnod
ern Turkish bftth es
tablishment in thm
U. O. BOWEB&
Fifth and "Washington Sts.
In the heart of the business and shopping district. The
most modern and np-to-date hotel in the Northwest.
Local and long-distance phones in every room. Roomi
with nrivate bath, en suite and single. Large and mod-
a mt' lTf TT T MTTSTH
train.. Rate. 1MO
W. S-.VKTT.AJtn. Manasrer.
Modern ImproTs N
Seventh and Washington
Pail Matechaa & Sons, Prop.
C O. DAVIS, Sec and Trees.
A Strictlr First-CIass and
Modern Hotel Containing 1 70
Rooms. Only American and
European Hotel in Portland.
Lonsr Distance Phones
In Every Room.
Im 'Bo Meets
Rates American. 1X00 saw day .
Bates European. 100 per day and up.
par month, single room and board, $4o to $
according to room. For two. $75 to $110.
Board without room (80 par month
ELEVENTH, OFF WASHINGTOIf ST.
Beautiful Grill Room
American Bales o Families
and Enropeaa On Boi Meets All Trains
fcamsle Suites, with Baths, for Trayellnsj Ilea
Portland's sew hotel.
47B Waaalnatoa. eoraer lth OPIP.
Fiunpaan plan 1X and Vaw
Bus meets all trains.
DAN J. MOORE, Proprietor
Hotel Moore Clataop Beaea, Sea
side, Os. Open all yesr. For Infor
mation apply at The Danmoore.
The House of "Welcome," Corner Park and Alder.
Portland's Bon Ton Transient HoteL Headquarters
for the traveling public. European plan. Single,
$1.50 and np. Double, $2.00 and up. Our free omni
bns meets all trains.
N. K. CLARKE,
What would afford you more pleas
ure in your home than music and story
and song. Musio gives to. the home life
an atmosphere which nothing else can
supply. Your children will be better,
brighter, happier If they sing and play.
Mother and father will likewise be hap
pier. Musio indeed has charms power
to drive "dull care away." We suggest a
piano or a player piano. A new piano
will find Its way to your noma it you
will bring us but 110 cash; a player
Dlsno If you will bring us S25 cash.
Why should you be without music dur
This Is a personal Invitation for you
to call to see and hear our pianos.
STKIXWAY AND OTHER PIANOS.
Sherman, Clay & Co.
Wit W 4
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL KEPOHT.
POKTLAJTD, Feb. 8. Maximum tempera
ture, 46.8 degrees: minimum, 85.8 decrees.
River rending at 8 A. M., 7.1 teet; change
in last a hours, .8 foot. Total mtnfall (5
P. M. to S P. M.). .01 inch; total since Sep
tember 1. 1908, 23.08 inches; normal, 27.49
Inches; deficiency, 4.4S inches. Total sun
chine February 1, 4 hours. 42 minutes; possi
ble, 10 hours. Barometer (reduced to sea
level), at 6 P. M., 2&.S3 Inches.
PACIFIC COAST WEATHER. .
Observations taken at B P. U., Paclflo time,
orth Head. . . . .
Red Bluff ,.
Hosebu rs . w
Tono pah ........ .
841 T. I 4SE
36 T. W
BO T. I 6 S
SO 0.64 4
82 T. J 4 S
44 0.001 4iSB
84 X. I 4 1
160. 00 411
A new disturbance has made its appear
ance over Western British Columbia and the
danger of a cold wave In Eastern Washing
ton. Eastern Oregon and Northern Idaho has
passed, as it does not now appear as If any
more cold air would drain Into this district
from the severe cold wave now being felt in
Montana and the Cakotas, The barometer
Is rising rapidly over Southern Idaho, Ne
vada and Utah and in Southern Idaho it will
be much colder for a short period. Light
rain has fallen at scattered places in West
ern Oregon and Western Washington and
moderately heavy snow has fallen la Boutn
The indications ara for light rain or snow
at scattered plaoes In this district Tuesday,
with lower temperatures In Southern Idaho.
For the 28 hours ending midnight, Feb.
Portland and vicinity Rata; southerly
winds. . .
Oregon and Washington Rain west, light
rain or snow east portion; easterly winds, in
creasing along the coast.
Idaho Snow; colder south portion.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING BATE
In Street November 1. 1908.
Daily or bun day.
Suna ad two consecutive times J
came sd three consecutive times. 80e
bame ad six or seven consecutive times .060
Six words count ss one line on caab ad
vertisements, and no ad counted for less
than two lines. When an advertisement is
not run consecutive times the one-time rate
l''?he'above rates apply to advertisements
under "New Today" and all other cusssidca
tlons excepting the fullowlogl
eUtuatiuus Wanteo., Male.
Situations Wanted, Female.
For Kent, Rooms, Private Families.
Rooms and Board, Private F'amlllee.
Housekeeping Rooms, Private families.
I he rate on the above classifications Is 7
cents a line each Insertion.
On charge or boos advertisements tne
charge will be based on the actual number
of lines appearing In the paper, regardless
of the number of words In each. line.
Space In the "New Today" columns Is
figured by measure only 1 lines to the
Ut5LEPHON'K ADVERTISEMENTS For
the convenience of patrons The Oregonlan
will accept advertisements (excepting "Situa
tions Wanted" and "Personal") for publi
cation in classified columns over the tele
phone. Bills for such advertising will be
mailed Immediately and payment is expected
promptly, tare will be taken to prevent
errors, but The Oregonlan will not be re
sponsible for errors in advertisements taken
over the telephone. Telephones! Main 1070,
p i Australian, Wyoming and Washington
1UH1 coal delivered promptly In any quan
tity. Phone us your order. Star Coal Co,
40 2d st. Phones Main 1618. A 1984.
mii- Lasto Mantis. Me. the
U8S maniieS equal ot the best 330
mantis on the market. Barretts. 410 Mor
rison. Both phones.
riiA..i Cut Flowers always fresh from
XlUrial our own conservatorlea Martia
sc Forbes, 847 Washington st. Both phonsa
Electric Fixture- Bfw"hn1u.lp 'o"
urlces are right. All work: suaranteed.
Western Electric Works, 61 Sixth strseu
I1 of tn cr' Knives. Forks and all eilver
X la I 111 g wars replaced as good as nsw.
Oregon plating Works. 16th and Alder. Mais
2575. A Z37.
O' Mailer ICsuberger. 827 Wash
mU.0 mgton street. Phone Main 2394.
Free delivery. A gallon ot 10-year-old Ingle
nook Port, 1.5a
Kemmerer eoal. the best Wro
1Oal mlng coal; gives more beat and less
ssh Churchley Bros.. 13th and Marshall sta
Phones Main 831. A 8831. j ;
w.-J oOOO cords first-class 4-foot fir
tVOOU wood, (5 per cord delivered.
Phone Main 443S. Eagle Creek Fuel Com
pany. 40S v;orDett
-. Richmond and Wallsend Australian.
lO&l Independent Coal Ice Company,
opposits City Library. Both phones
MASK BALL, to be given by Arbutus 'Cir
cle, No. 273. W. O. W.. Friday evening. Feb
ruary 12, 1909. in W. O. W. Temple. 128
Eleventh street. First-class music; many
prizes. Admission, genu 60c, ladles 25c.
IVANHOE LODGE, NO. t, K. OF P
Regular meeting tonight in Pythian Temple,
11th and Alder sts. Visiting Knights In
vited WILLIAM HEY, C. C.
E. M. LANCE, KoR- and S.
ELLISON ENCAMPMENT, NO. 1, I. O O.
F Regular meeting this (Tuesday) evening,
Feb 7:80 o'clock. Odd Fellows' Temple.
TatHfu-nhal degree. Visitors welcome.
Patnarcnai ueB R SUARON scribe.
A. A. B. RITE) Meeting
tonight; social only. By order
CORINTHIAN CHAPTER. NO.
54. O. E. S. Stated communication
this (Tuesday) evening at 8 o'clock.
Masonic Temple. Order W. M.
THE IMPERIAL POTEN
TATE. Edwin I. Alderman,
arrived hre last evening,
and will remain In the city
during the day, leaving for
Tacoma this evening. Nobles
of Al Kader Temple and
visiting nobles are invited to
report to the reception com
mittee at any hours during
the day or evening at the
tioiei rri t'1"
pose of meeting the Irnperlal Potentate. By
ordor of ILL. POTENTATE.
REED The funeral services of the late
Fred W. Reed will be held at Holman's
chapel 3d and Salmon sts., at 2 P. M. to
day (Tuesday). Friends Invited. Inter
ment River View Cemetery-
PETERSON The funeral services of Maude
Peterson, beloved daughter of Mr. and
MrB p J. Peterson, will be held at Hol
man's chapel, 8d and Salmon sts., at 1
P M. todav (Tuesday). Friends invited.
Tn.A-mAn piv., view Cemetery.
BELKNAP The funeral services of the late
David Jtieianap win u. "D1 "
cbapel, 3d and Salmon sts.. at 8 P. M.
today (Tuesday). Friends Invited. In
terment River View Cemetery.
ZELTNER The funeral services of Ferdi
nand Zeltner will be held at Flnley's
chapel at 2 P. M. today (Tuesday).
Friends . invited. Interment Lone Fir
Dnnnlng, McEniee Gtlbongh, Funeral
Directors, 7th and Pine. Phone Main 430.
Lady assistant. Office of County Coroner.
EDWARD HOLHAK CO.. Funeral DIreeU
era. 820 Sd st. Lady assistant. Phone Al 607.
J P. FTNI.EY SON. Sd and Madison.
Lady attendant. Phone Mala . A IS.
-, -r. .... r, " -
art. S7S RusselL East 1088. Lady assistant.
F. 8. D TINNING. Cadertaker. 414 East
Alder. Lady assistant. Pboas East aM.
McENTEE-EBICSON CO. TJndertakerS
lady assistant. 408 Alder. M 183.
AtJCTIOS SALES TODAX.
At the ( store, 232 1st st Sale A. M.
sharp. . Ford, auctioneer.
At Baker's Auction House. WS2 Park St.:
furniture, carpets, eta Sale at 10 o'clock.
Baker & Son. auctioneers.
At Wilson's salesrooms, corner Second
and TamhUL at 10 A. M-l grooerles. etc J.
T. Wilson, Auctioneer.
At Oilman's auction rooms, til Washing
ton St., at 10 o'clock A. M. S. U N. Oil
HEILIG 14th and Wash.
PHONES t Main
LAST TIME TONIGHT S
E. H. Sothem
IN THE ROMANTIC DRAMA
Prices $2. L50. $1. T60, 50c
REMEMBER EARLY CURTAIN TONIGHT.
SEAT SALE TODAY
3 NIGHTS 5SSSS5S5? Feb. 11, 12, 13
SPECIAL PRICE) MATINEE SATURDAY
CHARMING SINGING COMEDIENNB
IN THE MUSICAL PLAY
"LOLA FROM BERLIN"
EXCELLENT CAST CATCHY MUSIC
DTMfTC. EVENING, $1.50. $1. 75c. 60c
riUtU. MATINEE, SI. 76C 00c. 25c.
Sensation of the senson, Baker Stock Co. in
By Howard RusselL First time on i any
stage. Evening prices. 23c. 35c 50c. Mats..
15c7 25C Next week "In the Bishop's Car
Phones Main 2. A 5360.
Or. Theater Co. (Inc.), Lessee.
Geo. L. Baker. Gen. Mgr.
Tonight, all week, bargain matiuee Wednes
day, regular matinee Saturday. HarrT
W P. Cullen presents Ruth White, Barry
Hermaen and a great company in
More Gorgeous Than Ever.
Night prices. 25-50-75C-S1. Mat a. 23-flOc
Next Attraction "Kerry Qo.
1 OUAtU J f sSAJU u vuu v
Week ox rToruary o x i., . n
Co. Jwan Schrraoff's Cirrus, May Holey,
Royal Italian tjuttrtet, Goldsmith X Hoppe,
Buranl & Nevaro, Mack & Marcus, Orpheum
Pictures and Orchestra.
PANT AGES THEATER
Advanced Vaudeville, Stars of All Nations.
The Piccolo Midgets
Four Comedy Singers and Acrobats, verit
able Tom Thumbs in stature.
First Time In Portland, the Original
Genuine Italian Earthquake Pictures
Vaudeville De Luxe
Another Big Bin.
Harry Deaves Co.
I lurry MoDuffee.
7 LIONS 7
A Bill of Hits.
Emerson A Summers.
Mclntlre Sisters. .
( alien & Smith.
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY
Half block on East Side, be
tween two tracks; finest half
block on East Side for ware
217-218-219 Lumber Ex
A 2279; Main 2279.
TWO VERY CHEAP HOMES
THAT $1000 WILL HANDLE
82750 Modern, larpe, 6-room resi
v j.T.. vast sido residence dis
trict; lot 60x1011; street improvements I
in; just norm oi snaver ntur n.ei ujr 01.
81800 Modern, 6-room home, spe
cially well built, larsre attic and base
ment, tul size lot, fruit and flowers;
pood residence district; Sellwood car-
I have a number of attractive bar
gains in nice homes.
331 Lumber Exchange.
Your choice of those new. modern,
six-room houses, N. W. cor. 27th and
Savior sts.. near Forestry Park; gaa
electricity, fireplaces, furnaces, full
cement basements. . Price J4250; $400
down,'40 per month.
FIDKLITT TRUST COMPANY (Owner)
801 Board of Trade Bids.
Phone Mnin 445.
Store for Rent
No. 186 Tenth street near Alder; size
about 18x70 feet.
Wakefield, Fries & Co.
22D Stark Street.
180-acre farm for sale. 90 acres in
cultivation, jrood house and barns, run
ning; water, 'A mile from station, O. VT.
o iin. yiitv3 through nlace. Price S85
per acre. Terms, inquire
E. N. FOSTER,
Battle Creek, Or.
DO TOO WISH TO BUY A. HOMBt
HARTMANi & THOMPSON. ,
Chamber ot -Commflxoa.
Orchards and Vineyards
Almonds, apricots, peaches and
grapes without irrigation. Tha
peculiar soil, unlimited sunshine
and freedom from frosts make
this a certainty at
Investigate this. Our claims
are all proven. For booklet and
b. s. cook: & co.
503 Corbett Building.
Snap in Residence
We have a new 10-room
dwelling; cement basement,
steam heating plant and all
modern conveniences. Cor
ner East Seventh and Has
salo. Must be sold this week.
Price $9250. Part cash.
BATES 6 LIVELY
315 Failing Building.
Portland General Electric Co.
Oregon Water Power & Ry. Co.
Portland Railway Co.
Astoria Electric Co.
Tacoma Gas Light Co.
Portland Gas Co.
Portland Home Telephone Co., with
Netting 5 to 7 per cent.
BOUGHT AND SOLD .
J. W. CRUTHERS & CO.
. Board of Trade Building.
Over 8 Net
On an investment of only $7000.
50x100 and two good houses, on
Madison street, Kings Heights.
HUMASON & JEFFERY
226 Stark Street.
Main 1189. A 3814.
100 Per Cent
In city limits, all clear, ready for
platting:; car service, iikuc, tuy wtioi.
For particulars see Brown, room 117,
326 Washington street.
X uprsn J1350 $575-cash. The cheap
est acreage offered by at least 39 per
acre. Call for particulars.
KADFFMAlJN & MOORE
325 Lumber Exchange.
of every kind designed and built to ordor.
All the money furnished, which may be paid
back in small monthly Installments.
JOHN LiOCKHART, Financial Agent.
010-611 Chamber of Commerce.
Phone Main 41)3.
lowest ratea and terms to unit) spe
cial rate and favorable terms on large
loans on business properties.
Fundi Lronned for Private Investors.
A. H. BIRRELL CO.
202 McKay Bide, Sd A Stark.
Will give you a beautiful home of your
own on Tillamook street in Rose City
Park. The balance of the cost can be
paid as rent.
HARTMAN A THOMPSON,
Chamber of Commerce.
8 LOTS FOR 1400
Purse, 818 Chamber of Commerce.
Lowest rates of interest.
233 Stark Street, near Second.
Phones. Mala 8371, A 4018.
REAL ESTATE DEALERS.
Andrews, F. V. Co. M. S3 4 9. so Hamilton b.
Baker, Alfred A., 113 Ablnirton bll. ;
Beck. William G D12 Fallln bldg.
Blrrell. A. H. Co., 20 3-1 McKay bldir. Real
estate, insurance, mortgage loan, etc.
Brubaker & Benedict, 602 McKay bllf. M. 049.
Cnspin ft Harlow, 332 Chamber of Commerce.
Cook. B. 8. A Co.. 603 Corbett bids.
Field. C. E. A Co.. Board of Trade bids.
Ooddsrd, H. W.. ktaia and A 1T48. 110 Id at.
Jeanlsss & Co.. Main 168. 06 Orevonlan.
Lee, H. B.. room 411 Corbett bide.
Parrtah, Watkins A Co.. Z90 Alder at.
Riehardsoa, A. B.. 21 Com. Club bid.
I Schalk. Geo. D., 29 Btark rt. Main or A 893.
' Sharkey. J. P. Sc Co.. 122H Sixth at.
The Oregon Keal Estate Co., Grand ave. sad
Multnomah at. (Holladay Addition.)
Waddel, W. O., S1 Lumber Ex?hanse btdf.
Wnlte. B. F.. Washington at.
FOR SALE KEAL ESTATB.
J750 10-room modern house: stone foun
dation and wall: nearly hnlf block
of ground, overlooking Willamette
River: nice lawn.
I87S0 Beautiful home, bft residonoe eeo
tlon Willamette Heinhts.
$7500 Beautiful home, best residence seo
tlon in IrvluRton.
$0800 Nice home. 7 rooms, lot 78x100. tn
nice residence section, in Irvlnfcton.
$1760 6-room house on Corbett et.. South
Portland, 2 blocks from car.
$2500 Good '7-room house and bam. ana
one-half acne cultivated ground. Just
beyond Ladd tract, on Montavllus
$2780 Good house and one acre culti
vated ground, lots of fruit trees, on
111. Scott carllna
$3000 One of the prettiest building sites)
at Rlverdale, consisting of 10 lota
$$850 16 acres njar Tlgardvllle, new 7-room
house and baru. about 11 acres un
der cultivation, and 4 acres finest
marketable oak timber.
MUIU'HY & CASWELL,
230 Stark su
ON SOUTH EitN PACIFIC R. K.
It. R. STATION ON TUB FLACS.
$50 TO $80 PBR ACRE. .
ALL OR PARTLY IN CULTIVATION.
YOUR CHOICE OF 2So ACHES
FINEST OF PEEP BLACK SOIL.
NO STONE NO URAVBL.
LAND IS ALL LEVEL.
FINE TIMBER ON EACH TRACT
RUNNING WATER THB WIIOLD
NE MILS TO COLLEGE AND
ONE MILE TO CREAMERY.
Select your ten or twenty-acre tract now
while you have your choice. Eaalest or
terma Don't buy before you have seen
th"' THE CROSSLEY COMPANY.
70S-70U Corbett Bldg-
$10 cash and $10 per month buys
splendid half acre, convenient to trolley
and school; water mains in front of each
tract; remember the price, $600; $10 cash
and $10 per month.
"Every man can be a thinker. If n
will only think HOW to think."
Lumber Exchange Bldg.,
102 Si 2d St., Main Entrance.
$3600 Desirable, spacious, sightly home
site: two blocks from East Morrison cor,
consisting of one and half acres; fruit
and berries; small barn; easy terms.
jl900-Good, substantial, nearly new s
room house, pigeon-house and runs; H
acre, on carllne. near Milwaukie.
1030 Cottage, 5 rooms, and 8 run
lots between Shaver and Mason, near
Union; lots alone worth price asked.
HEADQUARTERS FOR EAST SIDE)
JOHN B. MATTHEWS,
722 Chamber of Commerce and 27tn ana
We are the largest owners and planters
in Oregon. We have the only Wasted
tracts on the market. Our properties are
In the walnut coustry, Yamhill. B-acro
tracts, planted. $IvO cash, $15 per month.
CHURCHILL, MATTHEWS CO., INC.
Lumber Exchange bldg., 2d and Stark sts.
ARB YOU IN THB MARKET FOR A
' We have a few very desirable horns
properties for sole, properties that our ex
pert has thoroughly inspected.
Outline your requirements to us ana we
will endeavor to furnish the house you
We will save you money
Lumber Exchange Bldg.. 2d and Stars: sts.
T-ROOM, almost new house In walking dis
tance on 22d south ot Ladd tract. 1
block from car. Full basement witlj "
trays, piped for furnace, gas and electric.
Reduced for quick sale from -
$3700. $1200 cash. Kauffmann & Moore,
B25 Lumber Exchange.
In South St. John Addition, and only
two blocks from car; Ideal and healthful
residence district: the lot number is l.,
block No. 6; go out and Investigate this
and make me an offer. Address D 84j,
T 1-S ACRES on O. W. P. carllne; 6 acres
in cultivation; 4-room house, running water,
station on land: Weal chicken ranch; lo
cated 2 miles went of Gresham.
Modern 6-room house, nice lot; street im-
PlModern bungnlow. full lot: bnndy to car.
O. M. SMITH, 416 Com. Club Illdg.
Nice B-Toom modern cottage. But OI1
san $2500, terms. -' .
Fine 8-room new, modern house ana rur
nlture; all goes (or JWK.n. terms.
DUBOIS 4 CltOCKEl f
Washington Bldg., room 3.
WHAT A SNAP.
rr0. corner lot in Piedmont P
1CO0 buys 130 feet frontage Last Ztl
St." near school; will trade for roomlng-
23314 Washington st.
VERY sightly corner, consisting of 8 lots
In Ideal View Addition, close to car at
Ivanhoe Station. W.-W carllne. Lotl
cleared. fine pine trees Price $1000. .W0
cash, balance monthly. A snap. KauiT
mann & Moore, 325 Lumber Exchange.
OWN YOUR OWN HOME.
We are designers and builders of modern
homes on reasonable terms; architectural
work and general contractors
H. C. MORRIS & CO.,
403 Corbett bldg.
ONE of the most desirable homos Inlr
vington Is for sale. The price Is $8500.
This Is for someone who wants a homo
and has the money to pay for It. C. J.
Owen & Co.. Lumber Exchange bldg., 2d
and Stark sts.
3000 FINE new 5-room bungalow, near
the Thompson School; cement baaement,
gas and electricity, full lot with 16-foot
allov sower in, street graded: $400 cash,
balance monthly. A. A .Hoover, 813 Ger
HAVE buyer for lot 100x100. north of
Washington and west of 8th st.; will
pay cash; must be a bargain. Bartlett
Realty Co., 612 Commercial bldg., 2d and
$350 CASH will buy a modern 5-room $18.10
house in West Piedmont, within half block
SCOTT & M'DOUOALL,
432 Chamber ot Commerce.
FOR SALE Fine lot 60x100 In Irvlngton,
East front, Hancock St., beautiful neigh
borhood; price 12oO. Call Main S917 If
you want a bargalm
SACRIFICE GOING EAST.
$2700 cash. $2800 terms, my 6-room
modern Alberta Bungalow, 2 lots. 1034
East 20th North.
6-ROOM cottage on carllne, full lot, built
1 year, $iauo, sou oou, . "u....
15 6th St. North.
BARGAIN week coming next; 3 lots
890, C 1003. Dolen & Herdman.
BEAUTIFUL homes on Mount Scott car-
line, $250 down on acn, uaiaiitu anu
$20 par month. Spencer & Co.. 102 2d st.
WEST SIDE 7-room houpe, lot 50x100; price
fJUV, CMUi ,
BEST bargain on East Side, S blocks from
car, only ctov, ---- -
J2300 New bungalow, $300 cash, $20month-
iy. 44tn. near iiitu .cm. ..wo.
BUSINESS lot on Alberta rarllne, near lruh;
a bargain, v " " -"
HOUSH and lot for sale oheap U takes at,
once. Shone Tabor lota.