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DAILY SCEraOKO LOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAM). July IT. Maximum temper
ature, G7.1 defr.es: minimum. 67. River
reading &t S A. 10. feet; chinji in last
24 hours, fall 0 foot. Total rainfall. 6 P.
M. to 5 P. X, trac; total .Inc. September
1. 108. 3J.4 Inches; normal. 44.44 Inches;
deficiency. 8-49 lnchea. Total sunshine, July
S. nil; 'possible. 15 hours. Baromwer (re
duced to aea lerel, at 6 P. M.. 3u-Inches
PACIFIC COAST WEATHER.
Observations taken St 6 P. M.. Paelao
t!me. July 27.
K I ti W Ind
a Si o
3 - i
STATIONS. 1 5
3 : :
64 0.32' 4 W (Cloudy
M T. 6 E Pt cloudy
Sl T. !10 NWCloudy
1 T1 rt J.t CW ' TD rlAttJV
S'-'-O.Oo' fiXE 'Pt cloudy
oS 0.02'lS.S jiloudy
64 O.OtJi 8 W iClear
7 T. 9 W Cloudy
PI.OO 4'N -Clear
70 T. SNWPt cloudy
86 0.00 8'XW Clear
7O 0.O4 I'.' .Vff Oar
6 0.00 IS W Clear
r.0O.40l 4 NW Rain
The barometer has risen slightly along
. the Coast from F.attery to Eureka and
fallen Slightly in Eastern Washington and
f Northern Idaho. Cloudiness aont.nues near-
, y everywhere In the North Pacific States,
but no rain of consequence has fallen except
i In extreme Eastern Washington, extreme
northeastern Oregon and Southeastern eMnho
where moderately heavy showers have fall
en. On account of the cloudiness the tem
peratures continue below normal and the
k chances since yesterday have been small,
especially In the northern districts. It is
slightly warmer In Southern Oregon and in
the interior of Northern California.
The Indications are for generally fair
weather Wednesday tn O-etron. Southern
Idaho and Western Washington and for
ehowers followed by fair wenther !n Eastern
. - w 1 . jl -v-v. t-n idahrL The tem
perature will slowly rise !n the Interior of
rreon and In the Interior of western
Fair with slowly rising temperature;
Oregon Fiiir with slowly rising tempera
tures, except near the coast; westerly winds.
Washington Fair west, showers followed
by fair east portion, warmer Interior or
west portion; westerly winds. .
Idaho Fair south, showers followed by
fair north portion.
EDWARD A. BEALfl. n Strict Forecaster.
AT THE HOTELS.
The Portland W. 8. Carpenter and wife.
Amor's; Mr. and Mrs. E. Cook and wife.
Cincinnati: T. J. Darling. Temple; J. Hous
ton. Jr.. Carrolton; W. II. Philips and wife,
fan Francisco; I. H. Allen. GoldiVsld; L.
I Vorton and wife. Indianapolis: Helen M.
Mttchell. Salem; Mr. and lira William M.
Mitchell. Salem; Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Wal
lace, Pasadena; Lillie B. Cutler. Curtis H.
Cutler. U-orge N. Cutler and wife, iacra
mento; Mrs William Knight, Virginia;
Harry D. Lilly and wife. Kansas City; May
rrk-a. Omaha: S. F. Shenk and son. Ste
phen; Dr. and Mrs. H. C Outman. Saa
Diego; Robert Nob'.e, Jr.. Boston; H. L.
Cough Iln, A. W. Donovan. Kansas City: E.
Barrett and wife. William Shitlingsbury.
Condon; A. A. Burgess. Mrs. Alder. Shelton;
Mrs. T. Ohlandt. Chester Ohlandt. Miss K.
I. ahaney. Miss A. Williamson. San
Franciprco: Mrs. Robert Z. Drako
and children. Mi" Powell. Omaha; J. Dwyer,
wife and eon. Boston; A, D. Sayer. Shreve
port; Miss R. M Page. T. M. Thornton,
Wellrviile: S. E. Broderlck, M. E. McCusker.
Boston; Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Barlow. Oma
ha; H. C. Kelley and wife. Fairbanks; Mr.
and Mrs. L- 3- Thorns. Rainier: N. C. Nel
on. P. Edwards. W. W. Voorhees. Victoria;
Dr. J. Wood w ard . N. T. C ; D. F. M c
.Mahan and wife, Shereveport; S. W. Morri
son. George P. Morrison. 3. W. Morrison,
Jr.. Salt Lake; Robert B. Shirley. Spring
Lake: T. Phlllpson, Berlin: J. M. Johnson
and family, Boise; Miss M. I Rose, Soda
Springs; O. W. Skelly. W. W. Parker. Cin
cinnati ; J. T. Blynn and wife, Duera; O.
J. Callahan and wife. Denver; H. P. HI1
dreth. Seattle; II. C. Kelley. Fairbanks; Mr.
and Mrs. H. Wyorme. Minneapolis; A. J.
Adams. H. Ulley and wlf-a. Kansas City:
J. R. Nurris. Chicago; O. E. Ward and
wife. MansdeJd; C, K. Dickinson and wife.
St. Joseph; A. Q. Carter and wife. Fort
Worth: Monte O. Gwln. Caldwell ; C. F.
Barnhuscl and friend. Fulton; A. M. Pepper
and wife, Lexington; S. Lilies, wife and son.
Fort Smith; W. A. Thomas. Richmond; N
R. Scott. J. R. Rolllv, Chicago; Miss Clara
Barnhisel. Newton; E. Clay. Eureka: G. E.
Slavey. New York; G. W. MilliK-n, Chicago;
M. Gojoh, San Francisco; Charles Lippin
eott, Los Angeles: W. G. Garrett and wife,
Robert Garrett. Boston ; O. N. Ma.on, W.
B. Mason, Provldentw; C. E. Henderson and
wife. Btoomfield; C. Strohm. Carroll; James
H. Cantleid. Columbus; Mm Rosa Kaiser,
Houston: Mrs. J. O. Holmes and maid.
Miss E. Holmes, J. B. Blackburn, Pittsburg:
George T Sprague and wife, Boise ; R. A,
Martin. El PasA; H. H. James. Spokane;
II. L. Swift, wife and maid. Chicago; A. H.
Hoffman. Spokane; H. (7. Tracy. Berkolev;
Pr. and Mrs. E. T. Toffler. Ann Arbor: H.
C. Nutt. Tacoma: Fred R. Fairohlld. Now
Haven; W. T. Bill and wife. Redlands; N.
H. Sell. Akron; Mrs. A. Ferguson. New
York; Mrs. L. E. Annis. East Orange; F. L.
Foote. Chicago; Mvrtle Barry. Mrs. Tulss,
Miss Tuiss. L. Pieper. Maplewood; C. F.
LuTkln and wife. Lima: L. Martin. Seattle;
W. B. McMillan. Eureka; W L. Ellenbeck
and wife. Salt Uke; Fred Oreenwoo-l. Dr.
Ledding. city: O. B. Mt-Leod, A'oria; R.
San. Sun Francisco; Albert D. Elderman,
Boise; J. O. Mayer. Cincinnati; Sumuel El
more. Astoria: Mr. and Mrs. A. Knas, M. H.
Larl and wife. FhtTadvIprita; C B. Kessln
ger. Vancouver: H. K. Selby. Dr. H. R. Jones
and wife. San Francinco; K. Kesslnger.
Dorothy Kess:nger. Vancouver; Mr. and Mrs,
C. E. Henderson. Fioorrf.eid; H. E. H-jnder-sofi
and wife. Kansas City.
The O retro n C. L. Randolph. GoTdecdale;
Mrs. Newbergcr and daughter. H. Lund.
Kansas City; P. N. ScudJer. Sioux FalU:
T. U. Grav. pitrshurg; J. c,. B rummer and
wife, Kancas city: C. E. Koch. Chicago; F.
R Spencer and wife, Minneapolis; w. Fair
cloth and wife. Denver; M. L. Huphes,
Pasadena; F. W. Stevens, wife and sons.
Mtnnespo'.is: J. F- Borand. Eucene; D. A.
Snyder. Daytt n ; W. M. Mason and wife.
Berkeley; J. H. Larnld. Chicago; F. H.
Browning. Seattle; Pr. J F Brlddle. rlftf.
burg; D. W. Alton and family. Pasco; Mrs.
Branch ard. Pasco; p. F. Drlg:e, J. H.
K eat ley. Mlrmear-olt' ; T Pollard. Jr., and
wife. Miss H. Bradt, San Francuwo; A.
Undsay. Chicago: I A, Varner and wife.
Sterling; T. H. Hea!ey and famllr. North
Powder; J. M. Levy. Seattle; B. C. Fyrd.
Falem R. Rogers and w'fe. Columbia; J.
W. Balrd. New Tork : E. M Fre-man. A. D.
McDonald. Victor; Mrs B. S. price. Denver;
L. I PouIer. Ioia; H. p. Robinson and
wife. Fairmont: Mrs W. A. Mestenat. Miss
Mesterzat, Morganton : D M. Stuart. As
toria ; 1 Brenr.er and wife. Butte: A. E.
G-een. S. J. Co'Iins. G. K. Maxwell, fan
Franciitco: E. O. Sullivan. Omaha; M.
Srhibskv. Mlnneapoll: F. Shock, Mrs. A. V.
L Broker and son. St. Iuls; J A Will
lams. Cincinnati; G. M. Pe'rce. Wellington;
, J" R. Walbredy. Lltt'e Eagle; J W. Wilkin
son, v. VanPvk. Medford: S. P. Fisher.
Cleveland ; W. McCarty and wife, poca
t!'o: G. W. Rom day. San Francisco: W.
Kllrr. wife .mil sister. S. F. Williams. D.
E Starr. S:n Fran-!ro; E. S. Church, Oro
vlTle; J. W Hubbard. Eau C.aire; J. W.
Puck ley and wife. Faker City: B. Korpe.
J. Woimer. Jr . C. FroMo. Csnton: II.
Hendrtx. Victor; H. J. charter. Derr; R.
Noble. Jr.. Bolae; IT Wagner. M. Eberlich.
Chicago: Mss McAlltstor, M tss R. Thomp
son. Wll'iamsburg; F R. Cutler. Salt iJike;
H. D. Gray. Pendleton; C Wiriam. Burl
ington; Ml" J Lynh. Mrs. Whltaker. St.
2uls; M. Winters. Portland ; A. p. Alder
man. Boise; M. J. Geratx, CMcago; Mrs.
Lydia Sanner. Ft. Lonis; Chnr!-tte E.
Frrubb, Alma IJnhardt. Cln-Innal: B. F.
Parnola, New Orleans; J J. Quill and wife.
F. Gifts and w!f-. San Francisco; G.
Freok. New Tork: T W. Tripp and sfter.
Salt Lake. J H. Wallace. Miss Ada Wallace.
Coston : O. Joel. New York; G J. Cameron,
city; H- B. Smith. San Francisco: I
Pog-rs, Astoria; Mrs. W. A. Patcrfleld.
The- Prrklne Yrt M. Preston. Omaha:
Mrs. Mae W:li:air.a fan Jose; Mrs. S. K.
War ace. Baker CitT; W. R. Neal, C. W.
71'j-bbs. Dunkirk: Mrs. Amanda Austin.
Baker:d; A. M. Shoemaker and wife. Pr.
P P A '.arr.s, Columbus: F. G. Smith,
ITeTera: E. J. Kimllf-n. GrancevUle: W. N.
Wrlrht. O c WahozeT. Fandon : W'.riam
J axon. Spokane: Mrs, V. J. Dtisenberry.
Anna, P user, b err-. A. W. Dverberry. T
peka: L- N. Srr.l'h. San Francisco: N
Ackles and wife S ilmande; J. L. Howe '.I
and wife. Roswell: W. H Slicker and wife,
Pittsburg; Pora A. Graham. Evm Strick
land. Del Rio; A L Forrue. Butler; M. J.
Neltzel. Forest Grove; R W. Tripp. Browns
ville; L W Park. Warren; Mrs. D. J.
Kurt. Cleveland; S. Ferghoff and wife.
San Joee: J. F Kersey, Ontario : F. H.
Oo:futh. Galveston . Mrs. K. F. Melsners.
rargaret T. Parcy. Feenden; J. Moravel.
Maquokfto: M"- Mana I Oorirr. L--s An
geles: H I- M 'T.ane and wife. Bnker Citv:
R C- IJvsay. Chicago; R w Gibble ard
wife. Pa:!as: J I- Stewart. Roie; Mrs. C.
R. Of! vie and son. San Franc iscn; Miss
Tatira Brrinie!. Sea:t!e; M-s L Alexander.
Miss M W O'N!::. pt. Simpson: Mrs R
Tennant. VK-toria: G. W. Tirdis. Marv
T.r.d!s. Iaaac Lanis. Purlir.gton; Ar
Writaker. Aahtabuia; Mra H K. Hartly,
Ths ImteirisJ W. J. Pe Lasrrinutt and
W. Flar. T. H. Allen. J. a Humphrey,
tit Cnjkane: J.
XJVl ICLVWU, T. 1AA"-. ' , .
K, Marion and wife. Alton; W. J- Funk anQ
wife, Mrs. Margaret Funic, uaitianu ; t
Cora Beeur. Hasiam. Ia; C. F. Hubrick,
G. C Fuese, Los Angeles; B. Keely. Ken
nett. Colo.; B, H. Rosa, and wife, Bandon,
J. H. Wallace. Miss Wallace. CreatoD, la.,
r f t.,i, nHfA wr lrimir. Enterorlse,
H. Sproat and wife. Boise; Mrs. Settle and
family. Everett; E. Tanner, Lawrence,
G. K. Gighlow, Crawford; H. C. Flint Boise,
a.- virT-,. TTrm- Raessler. Winifred
TsCnv r:.rtfts van Duieo. Polma Alson,
Ella w'estensee. Sioux City; J. E. Stout,
Spokane; W. Smith and wife, Mable Sraltn.
Myrtle Smith, Arlington; W. A. Mayea, San
Francisco; B. C. Phltteplace. The Dalles, ii.
H. Von tain. C M. VentaJn, Oakland; L. Dal-
ion. hantai cut; ri. ' ,
Mountain Home; F. G. Robley. Amity. D.
S. O'ConnelL Seattle; H. L. M .enderson.
Astoria: F. H. Miller. Virginia: J. D. Mc
Cuo. H. M. Kelley. J. A. Barnes. J. D.
Harrison. Blneneld, Va.; J. B Mandls. Mc-
nnn..ni.. Tt C Rnlmon and wife. J. J.
Hunch. Columbia." Tenn.: R. E. Stelner. Sa
lem; a. A. Coven, corvaiiis; a. o.
and wife. Aberdeen: R. N. Stansfleld. fccho.
L. M. Marie. M. H. Ott. Denver; Mrs. Cade.
Illinois; Elizabeth Cade, Illinois: U B.
gusan. Newberg: T. Dwyer. Seattle: w. i-
VanEyck. Amity: riicmu. "-'
, t.- . h. InM &nd wife.
Boise; D. L. Smith and wife, Clifton; Ethel
in.. DhTnonii - R F. Long. U. S. Army,
u"u iThamberlala! Chicago; M. B. Palmer
and wife. Germantowiw Neb.; F. C.
and wife, Cambridge; J. Curtis, ArUngton;
. U. OOOS, rWilAa. V ai. -,-
ti . -vf t Mrhi,r. Arlington: v . A.
Ftockel. Buffalo: M. i. Grave. Minnesota;
wi Trt Grace Donahayt
Moline, 111.: Misa LsteUa Long. Moline; Miss
Young. Mrs. Craver, SprJngfleld; J. O.son.
Hutchinson. Amity; Mrs. Ama nde .Arthur,
Bakerield; Mrs. A. Bang, Mitchell, rW-r-hc.rr.he-rLT.in-
The Dalles; B. Kllloray.
Caeif,irA. - a MKldRma city: B.
Tnnu.v ibArdeen: John R. Taylor. Che-
hals; C. Flsler. Carlton; H. A. Lamb,
Woodland; Frank Kevin, city; M'a. Kxom
1 ! n g, M rs. J. L. M c Klnny an d ch 1 ldren,
HuL.bard; W. B. Reed, city; Bert Brooks.
Lafj.yet.te: J. G. Geiwitz and wife, St. Jo
seph; M. H. Wilson. Kellettville; W. R.
Wilcox. Aumsville: William Schoenebeck,
Astoria; FTank Curl. Lyie; C A. Mills. er
nonia; W. E. House. Mountain Home;
George McCargle. Oregon City; J. M. Royet,
Pendleton; William Hoffman. Foeatello;
John I'arde. Genessee Falls; L. P. McLwen,
Snoquaiamie; Harry Johannsen, Baker City;
t i. K--arr.r a. P. Frawick and family.
Eugene: Miss Anna Murphy, Bonner
Springs: Anna Simmons. Seattle; Esther M.
Lundell. EIna LundelL Matilda Lundell.
Turiock: F. T. bhepier. F. I Gordon. R,
Adams. White Salmon; J. N. Morgan. Fpo
kane; R. W. Glm. Winnipeg; John Peach,
Canby; Florence Kea, aira. -- tt. ivea, Al
bion ; J. McLeod. Butler; Mrs. S. Vernon.
Columbia City; Wallace Murray, city; C.
Smaely and wife. J. Hannahs. Yale; G.
W. Matter, Oak Point; W. B. Harris, Jef
ferson; J. W. Baldwin, Beuna Vista; J. E.
Heard. Grover Heard. Seaside; David
Keeper, Kelso; V. Griffln, Chehalis; S. A.
Markell. city; A. Z. Caa and wife, Esta
cada; J. G. Sterling, Minneapolis; C Hcr
w ick and wl f e, Mandan; S. M o n tomery,
Pavton; Ethel Harris. Jefferson: A. J.
Adams and wife. Minneapolis; Charles
Vaughn, Heppner; J. J. Costilla. Sandy;
Mrs. R. a McKay, Falls City; T. D. Hufft,
city: J. A. Brink, Pendleton; S. P. Plockett,
Mephusa; E. A. Kormitt and wife, Eugene;
J. J. Yockley. city; W. R. McLeod. La
tou relle Falls; J. Harvey, V'orvallis; J.
Beets. Kelso; J. C. Maker, city; C W.
Drake, Sllverton ; J. H. Emery and wife,
Louis Madison. A. Rafssat and wife, J. M.
Lundgrcn. Andrew Ertckson, Charles John
son, A. Mrqulst. Indianapolis; O- Melvln,
Mr. Alexander. Oregon City; Claude Purain,
Goldendale; W. F. Drager, J. S. Kerb. A.
Bel.inger, Sootts Mills; A. M. Barneu, Cen
tra. ia; Walter Curtis. Beaverton,
The Cornellue Beth Warden. Los An
geles ; Larry Lloyd, Los Angeles; R. B.
Shirley, Springfield; Mrs. M. Lecantt, Janes
villtj; L. Jacobs, Seattle; P. Shippi
Wllmesdorf, Berlin ; Dr. J. H- Wood war a.
New York; R. M. Yates, Jerome; I. M.
Rupard. Wichita; Dr. E. F- Laeffle, Michi
gan ; C. W. Dyres and wife, Oakland; G.
A. Wells. Chicago; Miss Gordon, New York;
Mra H. R. Mann, St. Joseph; L. M. Price,
H. A. Collier, Columbus; W. H. Bumham,
Dead wood; G. Wasson. C. Weiner, Kansas
City; M. Hirschlll. Grand Rapids; Julia L
Burkhardt, Trinidad ; J. B. Barnes. San
Francisco; Sidney Morgan. Montana: Mrs.
F. A. Slmonds. Grand Rapids; D. R.
Beebe and wife, Provo; K, O. McEarl. Mrs.
E. T. Andrews. Baker City; X. E. Utxurger.
Astoria; R- H. Norton and wife. Los An-gt-itw;
Vera R. Norton. Los Angeles; J. W.
Condon. The Dalles; W. E- Laroeon and
wife, Crowley; E. P. McCormack, Salem;
Mrs. Margaret Park. Decatur; W. F.
Stephen. Seaside; R. D. Niece and wife,
The Nortonla Samuel Gaehes. Manila;
Harry Tompkins and wife. San Francisco;
Mra F. Grelie. Miss Freda Grello. South
Orange; Miss Efith A. Teel, South Bend;
Miss Carrie B. Martin, Mishawaka; M. N.
Mann and wife, Seattle; Mrs. James Reld,
Minneapolis; E. Ryan, San Francisco; Fran
ces Carey, city: Miss Louise Dolan. Spokane;
Mrs. James Bocklln and son. Milwaukee;
Miss Elma Davis. Salt Lake; JDr. E. B.
Boyce and son, Indianapolis; Agnes Green,
James A. Green. Seattle; Everett L- Hogan.
Baker City; Dan Sullivan and wife. Marys
vllle: Amos Wlnchell and son, Butte; B. R.
Hockman. M. A. Johnson, Spokane; S. G.
Glenn. Tacoma; H. Rawiinson. Minneapolis;
Mra B. Rosenberg. Denver; R- L. Hughes,
R. M. Mitchell, Fon du Lac; George D.
Landwehr and wife. Cumberland; H. D.
Lawrence and wife, Dewey; Florence Glenn.
Mra J. K. Searle. Lead ; Mr. and Mra J.
W. Hamlin. Seattle; Edith McCarthy, Sola;
Ira W. Black and wife. Rickfleld; Anna
Davis. Seattle; G. M. Simpson. Huntington;
1 C. Stetson, Springfield; Mrs. Marion
Eccles, Ogden ; E. L. Emmons and wife,
Spokane; G. W. Davies and wife, Seattle;
Mra Bessie M. Gray, Rainier; inen inn
dell. Long Beaoh; Mrs. George White and
son, Trinidad; B. R. Baker and family. Des
Moines; George W. Gooding and wife. Den
ver; B. M. Vlndelle, Boise; George W.
Wlllams. Hoqulam; E. W. Thomas, Rainier;
L. C Poaree, Spogane: B. L. Boyce. Esta
cada; Gladys C. Chipman. Huntersvllle; Miss
Alysce Baker, Mrs. M. George Baker, Sea
side; P. J. Donovan, Minneapolis; Elmer
EL Whatcom, Billings; B. R. Bryce. Lead.
The fteward Jessie N. Cox, Fort Dodge;
E. K. Wtlletts, Trenton; M. R- Campbell.
Washington; E. C. Farnsworth, Miss L.
M. Farnsworth, Vlnalia; Mrs. M. J. FTaser,
Mrs. Josephine F- Kimball, Pasadena; Mrs.
K. V. Huddleston, Glendale; Fraeer Kim
ball. Pasadena; N- A. Henderson, city; Mra
W. R Young. Seattle: J. M. Wilcox. Jr..
McKinney; o. J. F. Fisher. M. Fisher. N.
Fisher. Belleville; Mr. and Mrs. C- E. Hen
derson. Bloomfield ; H. E. Henderson and
wife, Kokomo; J. Ratwax, Vancouver; A. E.
Burs-'her, San Francisco; A- C Wright,
Cambridge: F. J. Martin, Seattle; Mrs. E.
C Baird and baby, Barttesvllle; Mrs. R.
Mason, C. H. Mason, Vancouver; Clayton
Strohr. Conoll; J. S. Kornfeld, Columbus ;
C. E. Evans, Weed; Miss Eschelman. North
Carolina; F- K- LIppett and wife. San
FranriiM-o, N. J. McClean. Miss McClean.
St. Louis: M. L. Byden, Denver; Beat:a E.
Morris. Denver; F. E- Schoolcraft. Long
mont; Clara McLane, Louisville; Mary E
Hearts, Mary J. Conklin. Denver: M. A.
White. Vancouver; Dr. Wright, New Haven;
Pr. H- Potter and wife, Jacob Fox. Indian
apolis; F. W. Taylor. Derby; C. Smith. G.
J Johnson. Cripple Creek; Consul Diaz.
Tacoma: J. S. McVeagh, Oxford; F. M.
Bachman and wife. Indianapolis; W. Best.
Jr.. W H. Sterling and wife. Miss Jessie
The Rflmapo I C. Rowland, Honolulu;
A. S. Pvnnett. The Dalles; Mrs. Alice Wil
son. Htida Hansen, Mrs. Orsen Hudson.
Hazel Loughery, Salt Lake; M. D. N.
Farnam. Park; W. Reilly and wife. Seattle;
Miss Alice Lighter, Astoria; Mrs. K. Light
er. M. E. Lemon. Astoria; C Bush. Valdez;
G. W legate. Astoria : M. Thrane, Madison ;
Mrs. M Baldwin. Miss R. Baldwin. A. T.
Baldwin. Los Angeles; R. M Detmars. Salt
Lake; I M. Booties. Bridgeport; M. J.
Fox, Jamestown; W. A. Cape, city. J. Cal
vin. Torkio; W. Foreman. Chocton : G.
Iong. Bogard: H- M Van Dyke. Pueblo; D
tarrott. Castleton; H. Gosch. Monkland; S.
W. Park, W arren ; Mrs. ' D. J. Kertx. Cleve
land ; F. Fls-hback. Seattle; G. W. Green
and wife. Boise: Edna Tweeden, Jeannett
Grabe. Milwaukee; Myrtle Tweeden. Mll
w aiiKee; J. E- Wind ruff. Buffalo. George
Kedctick and wif-. Iowa City ; Mrs. E. B.
Wvrran. Boise; Brady Sheppard and wife,
MI?ENER In this city. July 2. Robert E.
Msentr. aged 51 years 1 month 19 days.
Funeral services will be under the auspices
of Portland Lodge. B. P. O. E., No. 142,
which will be held at Holman's chapel.
Third and Salmon streets, at 2 P. M. to
dav (Wednesday), July 2S- Friends In
vited. Interment Rlvervtew Cemetery.
KENNARD The funeral services of James
P. Kennard will be held at Finley's par
lors at 11 A. M. today (Wednesday.) Serv
ices at the grave private.
DUNCAN The funeral services of Joseph
Duncan will be he:d at Finley's parlors
at 1 P. M. todsy Wednesday. Friends
invited. Interment River View Cemetery.
Donning Mr En tee A GHbaugh, Funeral
Director, tlh and Pine. Phone Main 4i.
Lady AlMiit. Office of County Coroner.
KPWARD HOLMAN CO.. Funeral direct
or. 2-0 lid st. L-wly Asststant. Phone L 607.
J. P. UMLY SON. Sd and Mnritson.
Lady attendant. Phone Main 9, A UtfU.
McENTK.E-ERICSON CO. Undertakers;
lady assistant. Alder. M. 6133.
E 4ST sJlDE funeral directors, snccessors
to r. a. Dunning. Inc. E. &x, B 252.
iFf l.FR-BYRNES CO.. Funeral Direct
ors. 272 KuAsell. Both pbones. Lady assistanC
1 FBf H 1"b rlertaker. . 4-0 Vast Alder.
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the Imperial Musical Comedy Company 1
Don't miss "The Girl With the Caterpillar
Crawl." Matinees Sunday. Tuesday. Thurs
day and Saturday. Two shows every night
at 8 and B:1S.
IAI."f . A lt. Mstlaess
x. bondays aa nauiwj
wk f Julr IS Klrnnor Gordon and
Atoott and Mmthorne Worthier ta "On the
BaS": Martin and MaxmlUan. Sliwiclans!
lOfM rWnlvcx. The Kemps, "Oolng t Aa
homey"; Orchestra, ylctnres.
PANT AG E S THEATER
Advanced Vaudeville; Star, -of AU Nations.
Leon Morris and Company's Fam
ous Educated Animal Acts
The Continental Four. Pongo and Leo. John
P. Reed, Mr. and Mrs Litchfield. Wyatt
Sisters. Leo 'White.
U aalr nf JnlT 5
GIRARD & GARDNER
Matinee 2:30; eve
nin g performances
7:30 and 9:15.
Maarir Frank A C.
Matinee prices, 16
cents any seat.
Evening prices, 15
and 2f cents; box
seats 50 cents.
New Show at The Star
A Pathetic Drama.
Extra Added Feature.
FIVE OTHER BIG FEATURES.
-The Coney Island of the West"
Corner Vaughn and Twenty-fourth Sti
July 27. 28, 29, SO, 21. Aug. L
Games begin week days 3:30 P. M; Sun
aay. -:jv f. -- .
Admission Bleachers, 25c; Grandstand,
sOc; Boxes, 23c extra. Children: Bleachers,
10c: Grandstand. 25c.
LADIES' DAT, FRIDAY.
Bora under 12 free to Bleachers Wednes-
AfCTIOX SALES TODAY.
a HT!1 nTi' ta 1 ."room s rornar Second and
YambilL at io A. J- x. vviisou, -
AL KADER TEMPLE, A O.
Ss) . JB0 N. M. S. A special meet-
jHSj&Jl ng will be held In Masonic
Temple, Tenth and Tamniu
treets. Thursday evening.
uly 29. at 8 o'clock, for the
rarpose of taking definite
action In relation to con
.emplated pilgrimages" to
Baker City and Albany, and
o dispatch needed legislation
and to clear the reooraer s aesK ot cur
rent business. By order of trie Potentate.
B. Q. WHlTEHOUStf, Recorder.
B. P. O. ELKS Members of Portland
Lodge, No. 242. are requested to meet in our
lodgeroom today at 1:30 sharp, from where
the lodre will oroceed In a body to Holman's
Undertaking Parlors to conduct tne runeraj
services of our late brother. jtoDert fci.
Miscr.er. of The Dalles Lodge, No.
Visiting brothers are Invited to assist. By
order or the Exauea ituier.
c ju. J3. sea
WASHDfGTOX COTJNCIU NO. S.
7V AND a M. Stated assembly this
C7P (Wednesday) evening, 7:30 East 8th
Gr- and Burnslde. Reception to Past
Grand Masters. A special invitation
Is extended to Royal Arch Masons as well as
R. AND- 8. M. to attend. By order T. 111. M.
J. H. RICHMOND. Kec.
FORESTFR8 OF AMERICA Members ot
Court Mt Hood. No. 1. are requested to at
tend the funeral of our late brother, Joseph
Duncan, to be tieia Wednesday, July jfg, at
1 p. M. at Fin ley ok Son s undertaking par'
lors, corner Third and Madison eta. By
order of FRED MASON, Chief Ranger.
J. D. LITHERl-AND. Financial Secretary.
SAMARITAN LODGE. No. 2. I. O. O. F.
Regular meeting this evening at 8 o'clock.
Third degree. Visitors always welcome. R.
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
PRESIDENT. Main S00.
SliCKtlARV. Maui ESS.
HUMANE OFFICER, Bast 4T79.
for irarehouse or factory, block, on
west bide; 15,uuu win handle 1U
for store or flats, block, with 10
room modern house, close In, on East
bide, casft will Dandle It.
for flats. 55x100. on East Pine, close In:
income of $35 per month, a cash will
Otto F. Ilarkson
133 H First St.
Strictly modern, nearly new 8-room
house, furnace, laundry trays, cement
floor, paneled dining-room; all the lat
est improvements, on a fine corner lot,
50x100, street Improvements all in and
paid for, faces east: grand vlewj easy
walking distance. If you are lookinsr
for a fine home at a bargain this is It.
Let us show It to you today.
GRUSSI 6 ZADOW
. 817 Board of Trade. 4th and Oak.
Here Is a Real Bargain
A strictly modern t-room house on
33d st.. one block of Hawthorne ave.,
cor. lot 50x100; furnace, stationary
wash tub. including all carpets, gas and
electric fixtures, kitchen range, lin
oleum, shades, all in best of condition;
fine lawn: rose bushes, shrubbery. Must
be sold within 3 days. Price J3S00.
PORTLAND SlTfESS RBALTT CO.
618 Board of Trade Bids:.
fnion iv(., 30x100. business lot for
S2100. 63ft Union ava. X. Fhons Woodlawn
in- . .
OKEGOXIAIV. WEDNESDAY. JULY 23, 1909.
I i I
S. E. corner 12th and Harrison, 100
feet on 12th, 50 feet on Harrison; 2
carlines, Montgomery and 13th streets,
only one block; 10 minutes' walk to
Postoffice; income now $45.00 per
Smith & Everett
A GREAT FAR
Where Can You Beat It?
This 50-acre farm, near station, 35e
fare from Portland, has about 1400
fine, profitable, bearing fruit trees, ex
clusive of 100 4-year-old English wal
nuts and filberts, 800 gooseberry, logal
berry, raspberry and currant bushes;
acre Btrawberries; 10 acres timber and
pasture; 12 acres suitable for potatoes,
corn and garden truck; 10 acres bottom
land, in hay and grain; good creek and
spring. No gravel or rocks. Good 7
room house; hot and cold water; water
tank and windmill: big barn, silo, sheds,
vehicles, farm implements, stock. Price
only S6500. Terms given. Will con
sider property in exchange. Let me
tell you more about this place.
50S Chamber of Commerce.
Mala 5124. A
On the Oregon Electric Rall-r-y, B-cent
car fare. In Portland proper. Inside the
city limits, 13 minutes' ride from the
business center, all full lots 50x100 feet
each. Improved streets and sidewalks;
city and mountain view unsurpassed,
no stone or gravel, all In grass plot.
Prices $200 to J400 per lot Title per
fect. Complete abstract of title to date
furnished free to every purchaser. Take
the Oregon Electric car at Front and
Jefferson streets for Capitol Hill and
see for yourself.
Cl-OHESST A SMITH,
401-2 McKay Bids;. Phone Main 1068.
The Big Blue Ribbon Ranch
Over 600 acres, 24 miles from Port
land, half cultivated, half pasture.
Inveatorr. Low Eatimate.
Implements (50 per cent basis).. $ 625
Buildings (two-thirds cost) 6,500
Fencing (one-third cost)....... 600
I am orferiner this ranch of fine bot
tom land and level upland, producing
grain 100 bushels per acre, at about 60
per cent of what it cost to clear the
land, ana it is almost a gin iur sumo
lucky person. Come in and let me
show it to you. Photographs and full
517 Chamber of Commerce Bldg.
Phone Main 1677.
Modern, almost new; a real cozy littlo
home in the Hawthorne avenue district.
Price $2200; terms 600 cash.
H. P. Palmer-Jones Co,
212-213 Commercial Clnb Bldg.
Phones Main 8699, A 2653.
No. 188 FIRST ST:
Three floors and basement, 26x100.
Suitable for furniture or kindred lines.
Rent $250 per month.
FIRST AXD WASHINGTON STREETS
LISTEN", my readers, and you shall hear
Of a wonderrui rancn noi rar irom uw.
Of acres It haa six fifty-three
And finer soil there could not bo
Bottom land and upland.
Level as a floor.
And a money-maker sure forevermore.
Six hundred per month Is what it will pay
If handled In the proper way.
So don't postpone H, but drop In today.
I am the owner and can honestly say
It is the best thing; that ever came your way.
CHAPMAN with apologies to Longfellow),
517 Chamber of Commerce. Main 167T.
209 WELLS FARGO BLDS3.
Mortgage Loans on
Improved City Property
Bail din s Loans). Installment Loans.
302 Worcester Block.
828 Worcester Bids;.
Phones Main 8371. A 4018.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
k MOST beautiful corner. 110x118, on Coun
cil Crest drive and carllne; must be sold.
Write owner, AE 262, Oregonlan.
NEW T-room bung-alow; "B-room cottag-e.
beautiful river view. Mimsukie it.
Sell wood car, or phone Woodlawn 669.
TWO fine lots on Brooklyn Heights; im
proved streets; corner, wu; insme, smw
cash; good buy. Phone Sell wood 803.
FOR SALE Pine lot, Tremont Place, cheap
1 a Iran a t nnl JUIV trml Cl I 1 ASt
CLOSE In. on East Side. 2 houses and 60 x
100 1 n come p rop? rty, 5 wum.
LIND & HIGLEY. 132 Third Street
NIE. modern fi-room house. lot fiOxloO.
trees and flowers, s.iuuuv. -'M' casn, ju
monthly. Owner, phone Woodlawn X799.
sv.n -.nTfhlnr In 'Portland real estate see
jOontrnms TUSSo.iosya na iujaom jho
Andrews. F. V. & Co. Si. S3.9. 30 Hamilton
Baker. Alfred A.. 212 Ablniton bide.
Beck. William O.. 31 Falling bldg.
Birrell. A. H.. Co.. 202-3 McKay bids- Real
estate, insurance, mortgages, loans, eta.
Brubaker ft Benedict. S02 McKay bids. M. 549
Chacln Herlow, 332 Chamber Commerce.
Cook, B. S. Co., 503 Corbett bldg.
Fields, C- E. & Co.. Board of Trade bldg.
Jennings Co..' Main 18a 200 Oregonlan.
Parrish. Watkins Co., 250 Alder st.
Richardson. A. B.. 221 Com. Club bldg.
Schalk. Geo. D.. 284 Stark st. Main or A 892.
Sharkey. J. P. 4 Co.. 122tt Sixth st.
The Oregon Real Estate Co.. Grand are. and
Multnomah st. (Holladay Addition).
Walker, a T-, 804 Corbett bldg.
White B. F-, 2274 Washington st.
FOB SALE REAL ESTATE.
FOR BALE A beautiful home at Oak
Grove. Oregon City line, 30 minutes' ride.
114 acres of ground, new 6-room bouse,
pantry, storeroom. brick flreplaca, 75
feet verandas, 200 choice roses in full
bloom. 75 bearing grape vines. 300 bear
ing strawberries, loganberries, blackberries
and currants, 0 bearing fruit trees of
every description, new barn and outhouse,
large chicken corral, fenced and cross
fenced, enouglr garden truck planted for
good-sised family, every foot of ground
cultivated; fine lawn around the house,
dotted with select shrubbery, etc.. etc..
Inquire on premises, Louis Brandt. Oak
Raving planted 70 per cent of walnuts
In Oregon, sold 90 per cent of plantings
ever sold in Oregon, we feel our prop
erties should invite consideration; $loJ
cash, $15 per month for each five-acre
CHURCHILL-MATTHEWS CO. (Inc.),
Lumber Exchange Bldg.. 2d and Stark sta.
UPPER HOOD RIVER LANDS.
160 acre choice unimproved land easily
cleared, beautifully siiuated. 100 per
acre, terms; 1O0 acres, good buildings, 10
acres bearing standard apples, small fruit,
etc., all under water, Hood River one
boundary of the place. J150 per acre, near
depot; will take property worth $6000 In
exchange, long time on the balance. I
handle exclusively upper valley lands. W.
H. Marshall. Dee, Or.
SOME GOOD LOTS.
Waverleigh Heights; very sightly lot on
Tibbetts street, price only 1650, $200 cash;
adjoining lots held at from $750 to $800.
Very sightly lot on Kerby St.. near
Stanton; fine view of West Side and river.
Price S1200. terms, or $1100 cash.
50x100 on East 10th, near Mason. Price
only $550. $300 cash.
KAUFFMAN'N A MOORE,
325 Lumber Exchange.
ROSSMERE SECTION ROSE CITY
SNAP; few choice 50x100 lots only $600;
terms. Lots are only block from car,
RIGHT NEAR Laurelhurst i00 to $1350
lots, and lay as nice; In this classy, re
stricted, coming district. Hous builders
It will pay you to look this up.
SEABERG (Care Calumet Hotel, city).
PHONE MAIN 7800.
WEST 8IIH. CLOSE IN.
NEW, 6-ROOM, MOErERN; cement base
ment, FURNACE, laundry trays; LOT iOx
100. sewer, GAS, electricity, cement curbs
and walks; IMPROVEMENTS all paid;
1 CAR BY DOOR, and three others within
3 blocks; $4230. $800 CASH; monthly pay
ments. COLUMBIA TRUST COMPANY,
S Board of Trade Bldg., 84 4th St.
GREAT BARGAINS SMALL TRACTS, ONE
TO TEN ACRES; DIRECTLY ON THE
NEW TROLLEY EXTENSION FROM
VANCOUVER TO ORCHARD ACRES
ONE TO FIVE MILES FROM VAN
COUVER: 50 MINUTES TO ONE HOUR
FROM PORTLAND CENTER. . $160 TO
$fHM PER ACRE. VANCOUVER SUBUR
BAN REALTY CO.. 112 6TH ST.,
With good 7-room house with cement
basement, close to Stewarts Station on
Mount Scott carllne, good Improved street
and very nice neighborhood ; plenty of
: fruit and berries: chicken-house and park.
Price H'oOO $500 cash.
KAUFFMANN & MOORE,
325 Lumber Exchange.
For sale by the owner; S large rooms,
all tinted, beautiful fireplace, brass light
fixtures, full basement, cement walks,
beamed ceilings, paneled dining-room,
Dutch kitchen, large porches; lot 50x100.
1004 E. 20th North. 1 block from car.
Phono A 3429. Main 8429.
A GOOD INVESTMENT.
Four 50x100 lots, 2 corners, 47th and
Clinton, streets graded, water laid, price
$16o0; $175 down balance long time 6
BRUBAKER & BENEDICT.
1502 McJCay Bldg.. Third and Stark.
Phone Main 549.
850.000 -HAS been deposited with the State
of Oregon by the Title and Trust Com
pany, to protect the holders of Its guar
anteed certificates of title. These cer
tificates are the simplest and most econo
mical evidence of title to real property.
TITLE AND TRUST COMPANY,
Chamber of Commerce.
$350 INVESTMENT $350t
Owner must sell today, 5 Ox 100-foot lot,
12 minutes ride to city. East Side, 1
block from car; lots in this vicinity sell
ing for $500 and up.
HICKMAN & HTNDLE,
218 Lumbermen's bldg., cor. 5th and Stark
Lot 60x112, facing the river, with a
magnificent view, which cannot be shut
off; can be bought cheap this week.
H. P. PALMER-JONES CO..
212-213 Commercial Club Bldg.,
Phones. Main 8ti99. A 2653.
IRVINGTON, near Tennis Club. 2 beautiful
lots, 50x100 each, shade trees and above
grade, paved streets ; other lots in th is
vicinity range In price from $1700 to
$2000 each; if taken this week these two
for $1500 each. Jas. c. Logan, itzoi-j
Washington st, room 404.
HOLLADAY PARK HOME
6-room modern house, cement basement,
furnace, large attic, on Wasco St. near
East 22d st.; price $4)0: terms.
H. P. PALMER-JONES CO.,
212-213 Commercial Club Bldg.,
Phones, Main 8609. A 2653.
5-ROOM new, entirely modern cottage,
best part of Sunn'yslde, Improvements all
paid, fine fixtures, one for $2600, easy
terms; another for $2S50, would accept
lot as first payment Call 613 Chamber
BARGAINS FOR CASH.
$1000 buys 4-room cottage and lot, 1
block from car and all kinds of stores;
Worth $130; must sell quick; could make
terms. Owner R. H. Groves, Gen. Del ,
MUST be sold, new four-room bungalow,
facing carllne at the station; lot 80x100,
$150 down, balance $10 per month. In
quire owner. Mt. Scott Drugstore, Lents,
Or. from 2 to 4 P. M.
$2650 $125 down, balance $25 per month,
new, modern, 8-room bungalow, fireplace,
stationary washtubs. lot 60x112; 20 min
utes from town, a carlines. Owner, Tabor
WE have a choice list of new. modern 5-
room cottages and bungalows, iast &ine.
close in. 1 block from carline; prices $1500
to $lSO0; terms to suit.
H. W. GARLAND & CO., 191 4th St
WEST SIDE BARGAIN.
$4250 50x100 on Clay st.. near 14th; fine
location for apartmenti or flats; nothing
as cheap In this vicinity. W. O. Waddel.
809 Lumber Exchange.
WEST SIDE INCOME PROPERTY.
$2,O0O Full quarter block, centrally lo
cated on 14th st: income $175 per month;
terms. ,W. O. WaddeU 300 Lumber Ex
FOR SAL13 I am compelled to sell a bunch
of 20 lots on tne feninsuia. overiooKing
the Willamette; this will make you $5000
in one year. Box 235. St John. Or.
WE have three 8-room houses and 2 6-room
modern houses ana one Dungaiow that
must be sold on account of mortgage. Call
room 623 Lumber Exchange.
GREAT SACRIFICE SALE.
6-room house and 4 lots, close to car,
$2000. Hansen A Hummel, 161 Morrison
TWO lots on 51st st., near Madison, $550. 4
feet above grade; small cash payment
balance easy. N 269. Oregonian.
LET me shnw
you some eiepant homes
W alnut Park.
LIST YOUR property with Sigel & Co.,
.Morrison, fncneo -ua:n iioo. a. vv.
IRVTNGTON PARK 76x100 at $50 lessixaa
fasuifcjuie sW3 ptmoto .M&fr
TAMHTLL ORCHARDS COMPANY.
FRUITS AND WALNUTS. "
We have the choicest land In Yamhill
County for fruits and nuts and are offer
ing it in 6 and 10-acre tracts, all planted
and cared for for 4 years; easy-payment
plan. Call or write for our booklet.
815-316-317 Abuigton Bldg.
$6250-FINE NEW HOME, BUILT BY DAY
LABOR, of best material; hardwood floors,
oak front door and panels, plate-glaes win
dow, 4 fine bedrooms; sleeping porch, lare
attic, superior plumblwg, toilets and lava
tories on each floor, fireplace, built-in side
board, gas and electricity, splendid heater;
hiRh, light basement; an exceptionally well
built and well-arranged home; close In on
STRONG ft CO..
Financial Agents, 605 Concord Bldg.
ARE YOU INTERESTED IN PORTLAND
BUY OUR NEW MAPS, they will be or
great advantage to you.
1. Latest map of town, giving- new addi
tions and electric lines.
2. 25-mile circle of Portlaad's surround
ings, sectional may, giving townships, ranges
and section numbers. R. R. and electric
lines. Price each 50 cents. Send stamps,
THE CROSSLEY CO.. 709 Corbett bldg.
Beautiful, new, modern 6-room house;
well built; combination fixtures, shades,
tinted walls; corner lot; cement walks
and all street Improvements paid; two
blocks from carllne; $3200; $500 down,
balance very easy terms; well worth $3500.
HAWTHORNE REALTY CO.,
Cor. East 34th and Hawthorne. Tabor 616.
20 full-size lots, one block from car,
1 view of city, within mile circle, walking
distance, surrounded by beautiful homes,
restricted district. This Is an opportunity
for you to secure a home site for $40X,
$500. $850 and up; pay a substantial sum
down and a little every month. Call 514
Buys a clever 5-room modem bungalow;
large attic and basement, tinted walls,
beam ceiling, paneled dining-room, Dutch
kitchen, woodlift, gas and electricity; we
will take as low as $200 down and $lo
per month; far batter than paying rent.
W. M. Conklin & Co.. 407 Wells-Fargo
bldg., or 1046 Hawthorne ave.
NICE COTTAGE. $300.
Nice 5-room cottage with lot 50xiw,
lots of fruit and flowers and a fine neigh
borhood, being on East 7th st.. near
Mason. $2100. $300 cash, balance like
rent See it today. Owner Is going away.
GRUSSI & ZADOW,
817 Board of Trade. 4th and Oak Sts.
A new, choice 7-room house, on a choice
lot, near carline: it is strictly modern
and well built; only $45O0. 'z cash.
Also lno.ulre about the one for $5-!50.
. C. L. BAMBERGER.
-608 Chamber of Commerce.
New. 6-room bungalow just finished;
owner needs money and must -sell, hence
the pTlce $2100, $500 cash, balance like
rent; on B. 7th st, between Alberta and
GRUSSI A ZADOW,
817 Board of Trade, 4th and Oak Sta
ORVINGTON t . -
Don't forget that we are headquarters
for lrvlngton property, including houses,
bungalows. Quarters and lots.
H. P. PALMER-J ONES CO..
212-213 Commercial Club Bldg.,
Phones. Main 8699. A 2653.
2 choice lots, between Tillamook ana
Thompson sts, $200 cheaper than sdjacent
lots, besides $2j0 has been paid in street
assessments; these won't la?t long; $3ib9.
C. L. BAMBERGER.
Main 5124. 508 Chamber of Commerce
12500 AN attractive new 9 -room home and
3 acres of land at Hlllsboro, substation on
the Oregon Electric, small barn, electric
light phone, best water, 20 choice young
fruit trees, etc. Apply to owner. Pacific
Phone Main 4587.
7-ROOM house close In. on central East
Side; modern, full cement basement; price
H. P. PALMER-JONES CO..
212-213 Commercial Club Bldg.,
Phones. Main 8699. A 2653.
SPLENDID HOME CHEAP.
$4000 $2000 cash, balance terms, for a
nice lot and strictly modern 6-room house
In the lrvlngton district, where the high
F. FUCHS, 221 Morrison St
5, 6 AND 7-room bungalows and houses,
new and strictly up to date; well located;
prices, $1S00 to $5500; will accept as
low as yiJUU tor nrst paymeuu -aii iv
21 ST AND Thurman sts.. lot; $3500; $1500
cash, balance 2 years 6 percent This Is
a snap. Look this up.
PORTLAND SUCCESS REALTY CO., INC.
618 Board of Trade.
"NOTICE, PROPERTY -OWNERS."
Do you want to sell your place? We
Va fa. y,,, vara to IV With XI ft tftdaV.
NATIONAL REALTY & TRUST CO.
Room 516, 326 Vs Washington St
PfiRTT,An HEIGHTS SNAP.
7-room bungalow, all modern, good ae
aew, 50x100 lot on carllne; must go in 10
days; foo, sitou casa, Dai, ytr. jui
FOR SALE Four full lots, five-room house,
all Improved; all kinds of fruit, one block
end a half from carllne. Cedar Park Sta
tion, St. Johns, 522 Gilbert st. Apply C.
Sauerveln, Columbia City, Or.
A LOVELY home In Holladay Park, modern
8 rooms, lot 85x100. beamed celling,
Dutch kitchen, furnace, fruit and flowers,
LIND & HIGLEY. 132 Third St
6 LOTS, unexcelled view of sclty, snow
capped mountains and Tualltln Valley;
the first lots selected on Council Crest;
for sale at a great bargain by owner. 810
Board of Trade Bldg. Phone Main 934.
SWELL 5-ROOM HOME.
On 65x100 corner lot, on Waverly-Wood-stock
carline, overlooking city; only $2200,
easy terms. This can't last long. 08
Chamber of Commerce. Main 5124.
FOR SALE: 30x50 feet, corner 13th and Col
lege, $1500; can build you flats on same
to pay handsomely and rapidly advance in
value; part cash If desired. W. I. Morgan
603 Ablngton bldg.
JOHNSON ST.. half block 23d-st
Modern house, 6 rooms and bath ; lot
value $5000; will sell $7000; half cash.
AF 260. Oregonian.
4 LOTS In beautiful Berkeley; lots 17, 18,
19 and 20, block 38 ; 15 minutes from
town; will sacrifice; terms. Call 614
HOW ABOUT THIS?
4 fine lots close in on East Side adjoin
ing Ladd tract at half price of adjoining
property. Call 315 East 6th st
5-ROOM bungalow, 25 minutes' car ride,
5c fare; little money required ; balance
like rent. National Realty & Trust Co.,
326H Washington st, room 516.
MODERN 6-room house, full basement, lot
60x118, bargain at $3300; easy terms;
owner must sell, poor health; leaving city.
See owner, 1275 Hawthorne ave.
I have 100x110 at Portsmouth, fine cor
ner, improved street; will sell very cheap.
Call 619 Board of Trade bldg. Main 1675.
HOLLADAY LOT ONLY $1600.
Fine 50x100 goes for only $1600; all Im
provements in and paid. 508 Chamber of
Commerce. Main 5124.
I AM leaving the city: must sell my bun
galow at Mount Tabor; am offering it at
several hundred dollars below value; for
a nice home at a bargain, phone B 2458.
NO bridgis to cross; Thurman street home,
6 rooms, $2500, H cash.
LIN D & H IGLEY. 132 Third St
FOR bargains call on us 205 Ablngton bldg.
Farm lands, houses and lota. Shindler &
Hall. Also have property to trade.
STRICTLY modern 6 or 7-room desirable
home, small payment cash, balance month
ly. Owner. Phone Woodlawn 1799.
FOR SALE 2 lots cor. E. 61st and Madison
sts.; terms. Sigel & Co.. 335 Morrison st.
Phones Main 21 S3. A 4599.
FOR SALE 1 acre near Annabel, on Mount
Scott line; can sell cheap and make terms.
Apply C. C. Smith. 401 McKay bldg.
MODERN bungalow and two-story house;
monthly payments. See owner, Jas. A.
Clock, 252 Alder. Phone Main 1274.
FOR SALE by owner, the handsomest
bungalow In lrvlngton- Call and see it
524 E 20th st. N.
A NEW, modern 5-room bungalow, 2 lots
beautifully situated among trees, port
land Heights; terms. Phone Home A 3426.
FOR SALE Italian's 7-room house, elec
tric, gas for cooking. Call 182 Lincoln st
$550 T.VKES small house and lot; some
8msA jJMMteU Myk Morrison,
A HOME AT A SACRIFICE IF SOLXA "
Attractive, strictly modern, hign-graee,
well-built lO-room residence, designed for
beauty, convenience and comfort: located
on Tillamook street at end of East 36th
street, very near carline, in high-class
residence district with Bull Run water
nnd improved streets; house has full base
ment, furnace, oak floors, beamed ceiling,
large fireplace, built-in buffet, bookcases,
seat etc., clothes chute to basement,
woodlift lavatories on both floors, extra
toilet In basement Built by architect for
home for a client who could not take
same for financial reasons. If taken im- .
mediately may be had at the very low
price of $6000; small cash paymentand
balance monthly. Information from C. I.
Horn, architect room 11 Madison bidg.,
2501, 3d st.
$15 000 HOME IN IRVINGTON.
We have a house with garage on a 100x100
corner, completed in May of this year; It has
every modern convenience and is well worth
H. P. PALMER-JONES CO..
212-213 Commercial Club Bldg.
Main 8609. A 2653.
A NICE. CLOSE-IN PROPERTY
AT A LOW PRICE ON EASY PAYMENTS ,
HOUSE NEARLY ALL FURNISHED
AND READY TO OCCUPY, FOR $1S50.
5 rooms, bath, gas and all modern;
25x60foot lot; situated at 413 East 9th.
St., near Grant: $li30 down, balance on
payments to suit customer. You cannot
buy anything like it In town, for to
THE DUNN-LAWRENCE CO
24S Aider St
WEST SIDE RIVERFRONT.
4 acres and 8-room bungalow, bath, fire
place, full cement basement, furnaoe,
sleeping porch, large living porch, the
grounds are beautiful, on the Willamette
Itlver, fine neighborhood. This is a snap.
For price and terms see
619-621 Board of Trade Bldg.
East ISth, between TILLAMOOK AND
THOMPSON, beautiful iot only $1025;
ALL IMPROVEMENTS PAID; $7 70
CASH, balance 6 per cent.
6 COLUMBIA TRUST COMPANY,
Board of Trade Bldg. 8 4 4th St
2J4 ACRES of land, with good house and
small orchard, close to school, quarter
mile north of St. Mary's station, on elec
tric line; price, $1000. Inquire of owner,
Mrs. I. L Busk, Beaverton, Or. P. O.
ONE BLOCK, 15 lots, cheap for Investors,
or builder; $20,000 can be made in one
year; have a few fine homes, 6, 7, 8
rooms, $1000 cash, balanco to suit. A
number of home slt-as cheap, lrvlngton.
Call up M. 3SS0. Room 600 Oregonlan
bldg. Owner, W. H. Herdinan.
On either one of theee: lOOxlOO, Mount Ta
bor, also small business lov close In; also
some fine acreage in city; also 4-room cot
tape, two lots, $900; 40 acree fine land,
$"O0 ; first person to buy gets the big bar
gain. Owner, 83 3d st., room 341.
$2700 Store bull-ilng. on carline, good loca
tion, living-rooms; would bring $25 rent
$1400 4-room house. Sell wood ; terms.
$1300 5-room house, lot 60x100, near
Alberta car; terms.
S. C. PRIESTLY, 414 Dekum Bldg.
Mount Scott car, 2 blocks from car, lot
60x100; $475; half cash, balance 7 per
PORTLAND SUCCESS REALTY CO., INC.
618 Board of Trade.
HOUSES for sale in all parts of the city;
acreage close in and farms In Oregon and
Washington, phone A 4SS1. Kinney Stam
pher, 531-532 Lumber Exhange bldg.
60x100 Oa Williams ave., near Killings
worth ave.; must sell. Main 2616.
STORE hall, living rooms, for sale or rent
E. Meserve Douglas. Sandy.
I WANT a grocery stock and fixtures; will
trade my new. 4-room modern house and
confectionery. Ice cream, fountain, light
drug ctock and fixtures for grocery. See
me at once. Joo Nash, owner. Take
Mount Scott car, get oft at Millard ave.,
see corner store. Phone Tabor 477.
FINE 60 acres of fruit land, 30 acres culti
vated, 6 acres choice Winter apples; sold
1200 boxes last year; trade for Portland
property; $0000; snap. Louis Bechtel.
WE have 2 customers owning nice resi
dences In Portland, no incumbrance, who
wish to exchange for farms, and might
pay gome cash difference. Call 613 Cham
WILL exchange timber lands near trans
portation for city or suburban realty,
assuming mortgage or differences. P. O.
WE have a 63-acre farm near Columbia
River for sale or trade for a rooming
house or residence property. 428 Lumber
. men's bldg.
TO EXCHANGE Grocery store, centrally
located, on West Side, for city property;
value of store, $1500. Address J. EL. Mc
Kenzle Co., 478 Mohawk bldg.
WANTED Acreage to exchange for good
Portland home, worth $4500; it's & good
renter. 60S Chamber of Commerce. Mala
134 ACRES at Woodburn. Or., all cleared;
splendid farm; price $35 less than adjoin- '
lng land. 523 Lumber Exchange.
IF you have anything to exchange, no mat
ter where, call on
YOUNG. 612 'Gerllnger Bldg.
I WANT to exchange two good lots for
acreage. What have you?. 608 Chamber
of Commerce. Main 5124.
WHAT will you trade for $2000 Omaha Tele
phone Bonds? Also $1000 stock same com
pany. Room 613 at 320 Washington st.
FOR SALE House and 8 lots. Yamhill
County, or exchange for small rooming
house or lots. D 265, Oregonian.
WILL exchange for Portland property Thomas
automobile, almost new; &-cylinder; cost
$3500. AE 260. Oregonian.
TAKE lot or auto for equity in block,
choice shrubbery, and 8-room house; bal
ance easy. Henderson, 227 Ablngton.
20 ACRES near Reedvllle to trade for lodging-house
or grocery store. Owner, 013
Board of Trade.
I WOULD like to trade some lots for good
household of furniture. 615 Board of
Trade. Splendid opportunity.
WILL exchange $1500 equity in a Sunnyside
cottage. What have you? AN 251. Ore
gonian. 80-ACRE farm, fair Improvements, close to
railroad station; orchard, fine water; want
cottaee in city. A 1215.
160 q MILLION feet good fir for cottage
in city. A 1215.
160 ACRES timber and $2500. good real
estate notes for city property. A 1215.
WILL trade 40 h. p. auto for cheap land,
value $3500. 272 Stark st
YOU can trade any krnd of prop arty at
room 1019 Board of Trade.
WANTED ELEAt ESTATK.
6-room, new, strictly modern house, 1
block to car, east front. 50x100 lot; 9
minutes from corner Hawthorne and
BRUBAKER & BENEDICT,
602 McKay Bldg., 3d and Stark.
WE pay cash for equity. What property
have you to offer? Sell your contract to
us; we have buyers. National Realty &
Trust -Co., 326Vi Washington st
FOR COUNTRY HOME From 75 to 125
acres, desire about 25 acres cleared, with
in automobile distance of Portland. Call
at 508 Chamber of Commerce. Main 51-4.
8-ROOM. modern bouse, Wwt Side of
river, price not to exceed $7500. all cash,
owner preferred. AM 261, Oregonian.
CHOICE homes and building lots our great
est need ; we can sell them. Columbia
Trust Co., Board of Trade bldg.
WANTED Farms, timber lands. buyers
waiting. H. S- Wagner, 309 Swetland bldg.
WE have all that wo can locate on home
steads for the next 10 days; will be glad
to talk with you for locating after Aug. 7.
SPENCER A CO., 102 Second St.
MY homestead, S.OOO.ooo. nne o.n growtn;
good road, gooc neigr.oors; trw. onec
reservation. AF - 261, Oregonlan.
ONLT 4 homesteads left, near Portland: coma.
now or never. a. aam w