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THE MORNING OREGON I AX, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1910.
7-ROOM" hou-e, well furnished. $27.50. 5-room
cottage. $16. Housekeeping auits, $. $15
monthly. Apply 364 North 26th. W car
from depot. 3d or Morrison to 26tb, block
. COMPLETELY furnished tt-ronm, modern
horn; In tine location : no small children ;
1 block fr.m Stintiyside and Mt. Tabor
car. $4u. 885 E. Yamhiil at. Phone B 147
FOR RENT 6-room modern lower flat,
completely furnished; good neighborhood.;
nice yard. Phone Main at52.
FLAT for rent. 344 Columbia, cor. 7th. Call
today. Phone A 2o94.
f3VLY furnished modem hom?e. 2 12 7 Cher
hi. Inquire Hall. 38 Front. M.ifn 22-8.
Housm lor Rent, Furniture for Bale.
6-ROOM FLAT. COITH t-T.
Modern t'.-room Hat, on l'lth and Court ;
rent ; fine place to rent Home rooms.
Furniture is swell ami for sale at $0o0,
half cash, balance monthly.
lO-ROOM HOUSE. IRVING ST.
Nice 10-room house, rent 50, with 6
boarders, paying J2'M per month; furniture
and carpets are nice and nearly new and
for ale at a bargain. $S.n.
GRUSSI & ZADUW.
317 Board of Trade B'.dg., 4th and Oak.
335Vfe MAIN 5 rooms, elegant furniture;
fine- piano, mission dining -t. sewing ma
chine, 3 dresser;; $525. ;lhis Is a sacri
fice. FOR RENT 5-room house, in fine locality,
furniture for sale, $150. Call 434 Harri
son, corner 12th.
FrRNlTI'RE of a ft -mom cottage, right down,
town; one room rented. . Phone A 3671.
6 ROOMS, completely furnished. 5 blocks from
postofflce. For irformation call 4:"3 Taylor.
NEW furniture of 5 rooms, modern upper
flat, for sale; can rent rooms. Main 894.
HOUSE for rent and furniture for sale; 4
rooms. Tel. Sellwood 29.
NH" ELY furnished 4-roora flat, reasonable.
Phone East. 49ro.
FOR rent Meat market, drug store, barber
elvrp and feed store. Call at 4 1st and re
vision sts. Take V'-R car. Inquire at Sanl
tary lr . ry on corner.
FOR RENT 4-story and basement brick
store build ing. 100x105. S. E. cor. Front
'and Pine sis. Apply C- A. Dolph, Mohawk
NEW brick stores; good, locatton, confection
ery, bakery, grocery, market, etc. Ehst
ONE new storeroom, 23x00. left In new
block. Apply at drugstore, 8oO Front st.
Either F or S car.
LARGE store, including shelving, counters, ta
bles, electric lights and other fixtures; ready
to move In. 231 First at.
FOR RENT Stores at reasonable rent, new
brick building. S. W. cor. 2d and Flan
ders. Inquire 291 Morrison.
CORNER store, whole or part, good loca
tion, clieap rent, lease. 4 16 Alder.
FOR RENT 1 loft, corner location, rent
cheap. 03 5th st.
FOR rent Store, 31 N. 1st st., between Burn
side and Couch.
MODERN offices for rent, single or en
suite, furnished or unfurnished. 246
Yamhill sU Inquire Drexel Hotel office,
UROlTN D floor office space, both phones;
stenographic service. ;i Commercial Club
FOR RENT -Business rooms, recently va
cated by printing establishment- Inquire
of A. G. Churchey. 145 3d st.
FOR RENT A few offices In Couch bids.
Apply Room 501.
DESK ROOM to rent in new Lewis bldg.,
with use of telephone. Y 62S. Oregon! an.
BALLROOM, good location, in good condi
tion, reasonable. B. F. Jones, 800 Front.
FOR RENT OR LEASE Brick warehouse,
with elevator and large offices; 60x100;
three stories and basement. Corner 4th
and Glisan sts. Apply to D. Q. Woodward,
104 2d St.
M I ee 11 aneoun.
STABLE. 30 stalls. 101 North 12th, for rent
or will lease. 017 Dckum.
LOST AND FOUND.
FOUND Where hair mattresses are reno
vated, returned same day. 23 Front st.
Phone Main 474. A 1371. Portland Curled
( Hair Factory. 11. Metzger.
LOST Saturday evening, a purse contain
ing sum of money In gold ; return to 023
Washington st., ami receive reward.
LOST Brown coat, on fith, between Stark
and I n ion 1 epot Sunday even ing. Re
t urn 2H Washington.
LOST Female bull pup; reward for Infor
mation. .1. J. McCarthy. Wood lawn 2450
or Main sj7.
LOST Small pocket book, between loth and
11th. on Main; finder nlectse return to
4 4 os Main and receive reward.
LOST Gold pin. elk's head surrounded by
snake. phone East 3500. Reward.
PI.AMNi mill for sale or exchange, cheap;
god reasons for rel ling ; doing good busi
ness? located in one of best towns In Wil
lamette Valiey. Address O 071, Oregonian.
DO YOIT want supplies or rent film T "We
are Independent, do not belong to the
trust Pacific Film Co.. 303 Kothchlld
bid-; , Portland. Or.
WE can locate you in paying business. Be
fore buying be sure and see us. Kinney
& Stampher, 531 -.".32 Lumber Exchange
bids- phone A 4881.
CALIFORNIA owes its prosperity to the oil ln
dijsiry; our monthly raper, "California Oil
Field free for tfco ne:ir.g. S.-igiir & Locniis,
710-713 l'hel.in bldg., San Francisco.
I H A V E to invent from $5iOO to $1000 in
cash or property mortgage or merchan
dise; what h;ie yon to offer? Strictly
huclruss. u 7 14. t irfsnnlan.
1 HAVE one of the best business chances in
the city for sale, cheap: lease run? for .TO
month:. Call and see me. Room 15, 3u3tTI
FOR RENT Store and b:sement. Including
shelving, suitable for grocery. 201 Chap
man St.. roar Taylor st. A . B. Richard
son. 221 Commercial Club bldg.
$75t BUYS small corner pnvery store, long
lease and cheap rent; terms. 411 Lumber
PORTLAND TRUST- COMPANY BANK.
3 per cent Interest paid on savings ac
counts.. Third and Oak sts.
RESTAURANT Sales $:!0 a day; good lo
cation; Hall & Bloch, 321 Lum
FOR RENT At H34 3d st.. business rooms,
suitable for printing, small manufacturing,
etc. Inquire A. G. Churchley, photographer.
PORTLA Nl) 1 RUST COM PAN Y BANK.
Small check accounts received.
Third and Oak sts.
HOTEL. SO room;; m-vf modern in the city;
clearing $uoo to $'.M rer month; $Stnv re
quired; long loose. 11 7ol. Oregonian.
MINING AND INDUSTRIAL STOCKS.
Telephone and other bonds bought and
Bold Kleiiier lnv. Co.. 223 Abington.
$S3 BUYS good vnwry store, fine location,
cheap rent. lease. Ki.-y terms. 411 Lumber
Kxch a r.pe b U:
ROOMING-HOUSE wanted for cash; must
he in good location. Room S, 302 Wash
ington. PA R HER ehop. X chairs, good location, low
rent. Cheap if taken at once. AK 7ok. Oi
gonian. $vu BUYS good corner grocery store; cheap
rent and Rvvl Vase; doing f'.n business.
Term. 411 Lumber Exchange bldg.
LIST your property and business chances
for quick action with Geo. S. Allen Realty
Co.. Henry bldg.
A NO. 1 old-established grocery business at
invoice, in suburb of Portland, for cash
only. Write Box 497. Ariel. Or.
FOR SALE Good saloon in thriving city;
a fii'M-cIass proposition. Addross P. O.
box ''Z, Tin-nma, Wash.
BUY Swastika stock and have an Income for
lifetime. 3 in Oak st.
RESTAURANT for sale; 4 chairs; receipts
$oo; price $43u. E 7'7. Oregonian.
TWO box ball alleys; good as new; good
money makers. N 64 7, Oregonian.
MANUFACTURING corjwration now making
two household articles of value and great
merit, requires more capital to enlarge its
business; will make attractive proposition to
lady or gentleman who will furnish capital
or assist in doing so; investment secure and
can use services tf active pereon; will re
quire 823. OoO within five months to carry
out present' plans, and management will
guarantee 10 per cent dividend In 101O. This
investment will iiay principals or others if
you mean business: located in Portland. For
interview address H 7lo, Oregonian.
WILL BUILD FOR YOU.
I will build any one a home according
to your own ideas and plans if vou own
your own lot and make a very Bmall pay
ment down; save a contractor's enormous
profit and let me buiid for you; I will
guarantee that you wilt bo more than
satisfied with my plan. Write me without
delay. F 714. Oregonian.
20 ACRES coal, with 7-foot - vein, estimate
value 7uo.ooo; opened up and ready for
businean; new bunkers have been built;
steam boiler and engine have been installed,
with all tools and everything needed to ope
rate a mine. On account of financial con
dition of prejent company, we can Pell this
mine and outfit for S35O0. Dole & Tini
merman. agents. Centralis, Wash.
A business of 7 years standing, clearing
1-ioO per month and more; open for a
thorough investigation before Investing a
cent; small amount of money will handle
it, balance secured by the business. Call
room 313, Lumber Exchange bldg., 2d and
A GOOD buy for fa mil v wanting a good In
come; family boarding home in tne best
part of the fast growing city of Centralia,
Wash.; 15 boarder; will sell home and fur
niture complete, or leae home and sell fur
niture. For particulars ad drew owner. Lock
Box ',Ki. Centra! la, Wajrh.
UNLISTED STOCKS AND BONDS. Before
BUYING any MINING, OIL. WIRELESS
or INDUSTRIAL stock or bonds, try us.
MONEY SAVED for YOU. For a QUICK
sale. list your stocks with us. Call, phone
or write. Wm. E. Davidson & Co.. Lewis
RESTAURANT. 6TH ST.
Nice, clean restaurant on tith st., clear
ing Joo per month, cheap rent with lease;
close to Washington st., at a snap at
$ll00, $700 cash, balance .T0 per month.
GRUSSI & ZADOW.
317 Board of Trade bldg., 4th and Oak.
MANUFACTURING company. Just getting
ready for the market three specialty lines,
would engage sales manager who can pro
duce $23.h and organize a sales force, to
Jobber or consumer, or both. For conference
address K 713, Oregonian.
PARTNER IN BROKERAGE
A reliable man wanted to take charge
of Portland office in a business that will
clear him $"00 per month; $3000 re
quired, or first-class security for same.
E 71L Oregonian.
Wanted partner to show land; no ex
perience necessary and little money re
quired ; guarantee profits 150 to $200
per month. Particulars National Realty
& Trust Co., 326 Wash. St., room 516.
FOR SALE A $13,000 stock of dry goods,
shoes and furnishings In thebest young
town in Southwestern Washington ; busi
ness growing and town soon to become
a city: will give reasonable discount. AC
PARTNER with $230 and services in good
substantial busines-s that is paying well and
will improve rapidly; experience unnecessary;
guarantee $10O monthly; money secured; will
ftrind thorough Investigation. A J 701, Ore
gonian. 70c ON THE dollar buys $3300 stock of
shoes and clothing, good Valley town,
ail cash trade, $23,000 monthly pavroll,
rent only $20; Mxtures first come
t first served. Address P. O. Box 131, New
berg. Or. '
PARTY with $3000 to $10,000 to join me in
buying a choice tract of fruit land,
cleared, at $22. 30 per acre; good location;
can place it lit lu-acre tracts at $2 SO
per acre. Geo. V. Fletcher, 804 Lewis
BAKERY and confectionery, rent $23 a mo.
with lease; cash trade; no delivery; good
brick oven, doing $70 a month business;
price $1000. See owner. Laurel wood Bak
ery. Mount Scott car.
$3K BUY if Half Interest in good substantial
business; money eeeured; unable to handle
business alone; experience unnecessary; $."0
weekly guaranteed; can investigate. AH 7o4.
Photo gallery in prosperous town of
12.0O0, in good location.-best in town, nine
years In same studio; very good business.
AC 609, Oregonian.
WANTED Congenial working partner in
est ablished manufacturers agency ; one
third or one- half interest to right party;
$.100 or $ 10o cash and references re
quired, a B 004, Oregonian.
GROCERY A first-class business for sale
at invoice that Is doing $13o to $200 per
day ; owner retiring. . Particulars, room
3l.t, Lumber Exchange bldg., 2d and
FOR SALE Stock and fixtures of combina
tion grocery, restaurant, delicatessen, ci
gar and fruit store; oi will sell stock and
rent fixtures; store and living-rooms; rea
sonable rent. :to; Larrahee.
PARTNER wanted In a small cash business;
will make you $30 per week; trial given
before you buy; experience not necessary;
$2JO required. Call room 313, Lumber Ex
change bldg.. 2d and Stark sts.
$."0O per month clear; European plan ;
gross business of $1000 to $12fW per
months Call room 313 Lumber Exchange
bl-lg.. 2d and Stark sts.
WANTED Partner, established business; ex
perience UTinecefvary ; $15o to $.Mj required;
investigate. 32-Ji Washington St., rooni
417. Don't delay.
RO M1 NO-HOUSED 12 rooms, rent $30
Term.--. Price ;(.
12 room, rent $rt. Terms. Price $lo00.
411 Lumber Exchange Bldg.
WE have some good business chances that
A reasonable amount of money will handle.
HOMKSKEKERS' LAND CO..
132 North 6th St.
BARBERS Finest 10-chair shop in city.
$i' jOO ; part cash or will trade; also 5
mirrors, safo, electric massage, 3 -hole
washstand. Call or write 87 6th st.
FOR SALE Poolroom, only place in town of
SoOO; 3 tables and first-class fixtures, doing
$4ou monthly. $1400. Rent $32.50. R 611,
$t BUYS one-half interest In a well-paying
busint, beaxlng cloe investigation; best
'f references required. Call 411 Lumber
Exchange bldg. ,
FOR SALE Grocery store In suburb; sales
40 to $oi) per day; about $1700, including
fixtures, hoyse. 2 wagons. For information
call C 24."2.
BUTTER and egg stand doing $4000 per
mo., long lease; $2200 swings this; trial
given. Investigate this. 30t Hoard of
HALF interest In a fish and poultry market,
pay $lSo per mo. and dividends; stand
most thorough investigation. 3oG Board
RESTAURANT on Oth street, and a money
maker: $230. 4ltH cash. 21 Morrison,
CONP. CIGARS 2 living-rooms; rent $13;
price J7.". Hall & Bloch, 321 Lumber'
FOR SALE Tailor shop cheap, small stock
and good location. Lock Box 072, Rose
GROCERY store and butcher shop for sale
at 1002 Corbett St. Phones Main 4S7. A
WANT ED Neat man with little money to
act as cashier In a fine, paying business.
Inquire at 22o 5th St.. room 3.
ROOMING-HOUSE. 11 rooms, good furni
ture; rent iO. Price $3oO. Hall & Bloch,
321 Lumbermens bldg.
SALOON for sale cheap if taken at once. In
quire at North Pacific Brewing Co., corner
.f lath and Upshur eta.
$2 FOR 1 000 business cards; 20O. 73c Rose
City Printery, 102Vi 3d St.. near Taylor.
-A LOON for sale, lease ; 4 living-rooms;
rent $40. 333 Flanders st. See proprietor.
A N up-to-date cigar stand, pay in g business,
bargain if taken at once. 201 Burnside st
SM ALT, restaurant doing a good business;
sacrifice, for $300. 5o0 Board of Trade.
ONE grocery at Invoice. $14tM; another for
$00O; living-rooms- 30G Board of Trade.
POOLROOM. FINE PLACE.
Fine poolroom, 5 pool tables. 1 billiard
table, room for 1 more table, in a fine
location and on a paying basis, clearing
now $173 per month, in a brick buildrng.
with lease; rent only $30 per month; price
only $2ito, part cash, balance monthly.
Owner leaving city and must sell.
GRUSSI & ZADOW,
317 Board of Trade bldg.. 4th and Oak.
SINGLE young man with $300 and services
to take interest, paying $130 monthly,
with old-established and reliable company;
experience unnecessary. " but want ener
getic roan. Room 10, 1431 1st St.
BOARDING AND ROOMIKG-HOCSE.
Nice, modern ll-room house, with fur
nace and fireplace; rent $45 per month,
over 3 years" lease, all rooms rented; 10
regular boarders; income $203 per month;
furniture nearly new an1 a fine place.
Price $1 134t; $;rrf cash, balance monthly.
GRUSSI & ZADOW.
317 Board of Trade bldg., 4th and Oak.
FOR SALE at a bargain, rooming-house on
2d and Bumslde; easy terms. Pacific
Employment Co., 12 North 2d st.
WANTED Rooming-house. 12 to 15 rooms,
small payment down, balance Vrms. i
WANT to purchase 14-room rooming-house.
C 710, Oregonian.
FOR sale Rooming-'house, 37 rooms. For
particulars call at 102 Grand ave.
10 ROOMS, well located, must be sold; cheap
rent. Owner, 533 Washington st.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INT ERIOR,
WASHINGTON. January o, J010.
I. Pursuant to the prov isions of sec
tion 4 of the Reclamation Act of June 17,
3H02 (32 Stat., 3S8, notice is hereby
given as follows:
3. Water will be furnished from the
Umatilla project. Oregon, under the pro
visions of the Reclamation Act, in the
irrigation season of lit 10, for the irrigable
areas shown on farm unit plats of town
ships 4 and 3 north, range 2 east. Wil
lamette meridian, approved by the Sec
retary of the Interior December 17. llMKt,
and on file in the local land office at
La Grande. Oregon.
3. Homestead, entries accompanied by
applications for water rights, and the
first installment of the charges for build
ing, operation and maintenance may be
made on and after February lO, 11)10, be
ginning at 9 o'clock A. M., under the
provisions of said act for the farm unit
shown on said plats. Water right appli
cations may also be made for lauds here
tofore entered and for lands in private
ownership and the time when payments
will be due therefor Is hereinafter stated.
4 Warning and notice are hereby ex
pressly given that- no person will be per
mitted to gain or exercise any right what
ever under any settlement or occupation
begun, or under any filing or entry made
or at t emoted to be made In pursuance of
the provisions of the Reclamation Act or
otherwise, prior to February 1, 1010." on
any land shown on said plats and here
tofore subject to withdrawal under the
first form, and all such settlement or
occupation, filing or entry is hereby for
bidden. 3. The limit of area per entry, repre
senting the acreage which in the opinion
of the Secretary of the Interior, may be
reasonably required for the support of a
family on the lands entered subject to
the provisions of the' Reclamation Act,
is fixed at the amounts shown upon the
plats for the several farm units.
O. The limit of area for which water
right application may be made for lands
in private ownership shall be 10 acres
of irrigable land for each land owner.
7. The charges which shall be made per
acre of irrigable land in the said entries
and for lands heretofore entered or In
private ownership, which can be irri
gated by the waters from the said irri
gation project, are in two parts, as fol
lows: (a) The building of the irrigation sys
tem, $00 per acre of irrigable land, pay
able in not more than ten annual in
stallments, each payment not less than
$0.00. or some multiple thereof, per acre,
except that in the case of lands hereafter
entered the first installment of the build
ing charge shall be $1S.M per acre and
subsequent Installments $0-00 per acre.
Full payment may be made at any time
of any balance of the building charge
remaining due, after certification by the
Commissioner of the General Land Office
that full and satisfactory compliance has
been shown with all the requirements of
the law as to residence, cultivation and
b) For operation and maintenance for
the irrigation season of lit 10. and an
nually thereafter until further notice,
$ l.oO per acre of irrigable land, whet her
water is used thereon or not. As soon
as the data are a vail able the operation
and maintenance charge will be fixed in
proportion to the amount of water used,
with a minimum charge per acre of irri
gable land whether water is used theeron
S. All entries made hereafter for any
of the lands described, whether for lands
not heretofore entered, or for lands cov
ered by prior entries which have been
canceled by relinquishment or otherwis,
shall b accompanied by applications for
water rights in due form and by the first
installment of the charges for building,
operation and maintenance; not less than
SHt.3o per acre for Irrigable land. The
second installment of the building charge,
not less than $0.00 per acre, and the ap
propriate charge for operation and main
tenance, shall become due on December 1
of the following year. Subsequent H
stallments of the building charge shall
become due on December 1 of each year
thereafter until fully paid.
1. For lands In private ownership and
for lands heretofore entered, the first in
stallment of the charges for building,
operation anad maintenance, not less than
$7.3o per acre of irrigable land, shall
become due on December 1, 1S10. The
second Installment shall be due on De
cember 1, 1U1 1. Subsequent installments
shall become due on December 1 of each
10. The first installment of the charges
for all Irrigable areas shown on these
plats, whether or not water right appli
cation is made therefor or water Is used
thereon, shall be due and payable as
II. The public notice of December 27.
1907. and November 12, 1908, contain
provisions to the effect that for all ap
plications for water rights filed after June
!." In any year, one Installment of the
charges for building, operation and main
tenance must be paid at the time of
filinp. but the portion for operation and
maintenance shall be credited on account
of the installment of said charges for th
subsequent year. Such provision occur
ring in any public notice heretofore issued
for the Umatilla project Is hereby re
voked. 12. The regulation is hereby established
that no water will be furnished in any
year until the portions for operation frnd
maintenance of all installments then due
shall have been paid. Accordingly no
water will be furnished for the irrigation
season of 191 1 for any lands, unless
the portion for operation and mainte
nance of the installment due on or be
fore December 1, 1910, has been paid,
and in like manner no water will be fur
nished in any subsequent irrigation season
unless payment has been made of the
portions of the installments for operation
and maintenance then due and unpaid.
13. The public notices issued November
12. 190S. for the X'matllla project contain
provisions to the effect that no water will
be furnished in any year unless the por
tion of the annual installment for opera
tion and maintenance then due shall have
been paid on or before April l. Such
provisions are hereby amended to read as
"The regulation Is hereby established
that no water wjll be furnished in any'
year until all operation and maintenance
charges due shall have been paid."
14. Failure to pay any two installments
of the charges when due, whether on en
tries made subject to the Reclamation
Act or on water right applications for
other lands, shall render such entries and
the corresponding water right applications,
or the water right applications for other
lands. subject to cancellation with the
forfeiture of alt rights under the Reclama
tion Act, as well as of any moneys already
13. AH charges must be paid at the
local land office at La Grande, Oregon.
10. The charges may. for the conveni
ence of applicants, be paid to the special
fiscal ftgent of the United states Reclama
tion Service assigned to the Umatilla
project, for transmission to the register
and receiver of the local land office on
or before the date specified for payment
at the local land office, but In case this
privilege is availed of, the necessary
charges for transportation of the cash,
as determined by the special fiscal agent,
must accompany the payment of tne water
right charges. R. A. BALLING ER.
Secretary of the Interior. '
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNIT
ED STATES FOR THE DISTRICT OF
OREGON: In the matter of L. L. Man
delay, bankrupt; the undersigned will re
ceive sealed cash bids for a stock of mer
chandise consisting principalis of Gents
Furnishings. Clothing-, etc.. of the Inventory
value of $3589. 73, together with fixtures
of the inventory value of $354. up to 12
o'clock noon of Tuesday. February S, 1910.
Th property is located at No. S North
Third street. Portland. Oregon. Inventory
and inspection ef stock on application. All
bids must be accompanied by certified
check for 10 per cent of amount offered,
and sale is subject to confirmation by the
Dated; Portland. Oregon. January 29, 1910
R- L. SARIN. Trustee.
. .. No. 7 First Street.
LEO XT1XS SARGOUSSE ESTATE No
tice is hereby given that the undersigned
has been, on the ."th day of February.
1910. duly appointed executor of the es
tate and of the last will and testament of
said Leontine Sargousse, deceased, by the
County Court of the State of Ore son. for
Multnomah County. Therefore, all persons
having claims against said estate are here
by notified and required to present the
same to me, with proper vouchers and
duly verified, at the law office of William
Foley, room 232 Board of Trade building,
on the southeast corner of Oak ar.d
Fourth streets. Portland, Oregon, wit h in
six (O) months irom the first publication
of this notice.
First publication February 7. 1910.
Executor of the estate and of the last will
and testament of said Leontin Sar
William Foley, Attorney for Executor.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Notice Is hereby given that, in pursuance
of ordinance No. 30. now on file in the
office of the City Clerk, providing for the
construction, operation and maintenance
of a system of water works in the town
of Cathlamet. Washington, adopted at a
regnlar meeting of the Council, held on
. the 3d day of Jan.. liUO, and authorized
ty a special ejection in said, town as re
quired by law. on the 17th day of Jan.,
3!10. sealed bids will be received at the
office of the Cit v Clerk until 10 o'clock
A. M-, Feb. 13. 1910. and publicly opened
Immediately thereafter, for the furnish
ing of all materials and labor for the
construction and completion of a city
water works system, to be owned and con
trolled by the Town of Cathlamet in ac
cordance with the plans and specifications
filed with the City Clerk. The work will
be let to the lowest and best bidder there
for, and the contract to be entered into
will provide that payment shall be made
for the work only by warrants upon the
"Cathlamet Water SuddIv Fund." as cre
ated and established by ordinance No. 30,
and the contractor shall have no claim
against the Town of Cathlamet ' except as
therein provided. Said ordinance provides
that said warrants Bhall bear interest at
the rate of 6 per cent per annu m from
the date of Issue, payable semi-annually
on the first day of Jan. and July of each
year. Each, bid must be accompanied by
a certified check, payable to the order
of the Mayor of Cathiamet. for a sum
equal to 10 per cent of the amount bid,
and no bid will be considered unless ac
companied by such check. The esti
mated cost of said system to be approxi
mately $S00O. The successful bidder w ill
be required to enter into a contract and
firrnish satisfactory bond for the amount
required by the town and laws of th
State of Washington, within ten days aftet
being notified of the award of the con
tract to htm. failing so to do. the said
check and the amount thereof shall be
forfeited to the town. AM bfds must be
made in accordance and compliance with
the plans and specifications now on file
In the office of the City Clerk. The town
reserves the right to reject any and all
bids. By order of the City Council.
JOHN T. NASSA. Mayor.
THEODORE M. NASSA. Clerk.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT of the United
States for the District of Oregon. In the
matter of L B. Mitchell and E. L. Routh,
partners doing business under the firm
name and style of Mitchell & Routh, and
L. B. Mitchell, as an individual, bank
rupts Notice of Sale: The undersigned,
trustee ot the above-entitled estate in
bankruptcy, will receive sealed bids at his
office. No. 7 First street, Portland. Ore
gon, up to 12 o'clock noon of Saturday,
February 19, 1910, for the following de
scribed property belonging to said estate,
to-wit; A stock of merchandise, consist
ing of groceries, shoes, furnishing goods,
and notions, of the inventory value of
$lo.47X.32. together with a lot of store fix
tures of the inventory value of $1817.35,
all located at Freewater, l-jnatilla Coun
ty, Oregon. An Inventory of said property
may be seen at the office of the trustee
and the property may be Inspected upon
application at the ntore in Freewater.
Cash or a certified check for 10 per cent
of the amount offered must accompany
each bid, and the sale is made subject to
confirmation by the court, the right be
ing reserved to reject an v and all bids.
Dated, Portland. Oregon, February 3, 1U10.
R. L. Sabln, Trustee.
SEALED bids will bo received until 4 PM.
Thursdav. February 10 1 n l n t the fri,.a
of the Port of Portland, Portland. Oregon,
ur f uppiyiug UKLUULK fcLfc.E VES as
25 Sleeves 31 inches inside diameter by
36 inches long, made with i-i-inch Inner
tube, 10 ply 31' oz. duck, and on3 S-inch.
cover with protection on ends.
5 Sleeves of same diameter and con
struction, 60 Indies long.
20 Sleeves 20 inches in diameter bv 36
Inches long, same construction as above.
The Port of Portland reserves the right
to reject any and all bids. John P Doyle,
Clerk of tlio Board.
SEALED bids will be received until 4PM
Thursday. February 3 0. 1910, at the of
fice of the Port of Portland. Citv Hall
for FOOD SUPPLIES, wanted by the Port
19i?rt'and durins Marctt- April and May,
Specifications can be had upon applica
The Port of Portland reserves the right
to reject any and all bids. John P Dovle
Clerk of the Board.
EASTERN capitalists seeking investments;
must be firiit-claw; give full details. Ad
dreaei AM 636. care Oregonian.
Money to Loan Real Estate.
ON IMPROVED city property or for build
ing purposes; 3 to 8 years time; liberal re-
. payment privileges; money advanced as
building progresses. The Equitable Sav
Ings &. Loan Association. 24 J Stark st.
LOANS Private funds, amounts $100 up
realty or otner good security; also Eastern
money to loan at 6 per cent In amount
$1000 up. Henry C. Prudhomme Co.. 6;i6
Chamber of Commerce.
PLENTY of money to loan at 6 and 7 per
cent on real estate security.
EDVV. P. MALL COMPANY,
3UU-310 Abington Bldg.
I BUY for cash either "first or second rriort
gages or sellers' equity In contracts of
sale on real estate In Oregon or Washing
ton. H E. Noble, Lumbermen's bldg.
$jOO,000 ON Improved city or farm prop
erty, building or small loans at lowest
rates; large loans a specialty. J. M. Mc
Rinzie Co.. 514-15-10 Gerlinger bldg.
IMMEDIATE loans from $3 to $500, on all
securities. W. A. Hathaway, room 10,
Wabhlngton bldg. Phone Main 302
$200,000 TO LOAN, large loans a specialty
building loans, lowest rates. W. U. Beck.
812 FalUns bldg.
MORTGAGE loans on city property No
commission charged. A. E. Jackson, 613
Henry bldg., 4th and Oak.
FIRST and second montgages and contracts
purchased on Oregon and Washington lands
E. L. Devereaux, Fenton bldg., 8tf 6th au
$100,000 TO loan In suitable amounts on city
or farm property. E. R. Hickson. 617
Board of Trade bldg.
$0000 ON improved real estate, 7 per cent
Interest; no commissions; may be divided.
Newton McCoy, room 715, Oregonian bldg.
State funds loaned, 6 per cent. W. E. Thom
as, state agent, Multnomah Co.,-400 C C.
MONEY loaned on real estate mortgages or
contracts. W. H. Nunn. 44a Sherlock bldg.
MORTGAGE LOANS AT REASONABLE
RATES. F. H. LEWIS. 3 LEWIS BLDG.
WILL loan $l0.OH or less, real estate. Far
rington, 416 Commercial Club bldg.
LOANS on wheat lands. L. K. Moore, 617
Board of Trade, Portland, Or.
MONEY to loan, any amount. 6 to 8 per
cent. Goodnough & Seitz. 132 5th st.
MONEY to loan on Improved city property.
Wm. MacMaster, 302 Worcester blk.
SHORT-TIME loans, good security, w. Law
rence, 313 Lumber Ex. bldg. Both phone.
PRIVATE money loaned on real estate mort
gages. H. Miley, room 204 Gerlinger bldg.
MORTGAGE! loans. $5oo up; reasonable terms
W. S. Moore, 4o3 Corbeit bldg.
WE BUY bank accounts, securities, foreign
money; loans. F. H. Lewis. 3 Lewis bldg.
LOANS on real, personal, chattel or collat
eral security. C. W. Pallett. 304 Fenton.
MORTGAGE LOANS 6 AND T PER CENT.
LOUIS SALOMON. 233 STARK ST.
$3S0 FOR short time on unimproved real
estate; private- pa-rty. W C93. Oregonian.
MONEY t" loan; mortgages bought. Wm,
Holt. 9 Washington bldg.. 4th and Wash,
MONEY loaned, building purposes. If consult
ed before building begins. 309 Henry bldg
TO LOAN $13uO. $.Vo close-in. East Side.
Ward, attorney, Alisky bldg.
LOANS ON INSIDE CITY PROPERTY, 3
TO 7 PER CENT. 614 LEWIS BLDG.
Money to Loan Real Estate.
WE loan raoivey for building purposes. See
us before you begin. Rates i to S per
PORTLAND REALTY & CONSTRUCTION
902-3" Lewis Bldt;., 4th and Oak Sts.
MONEY to loan on improved property. If
for building purposes, interest does not
commence until actual disbursement of
funds. Liberal repayment options. Co
lumbia Life &. Trust Co.. 214 Lumber
$000 TO loan. S per cent; no commission.
AN TOO. Oregonian.
Money to Loan Chattels and Salaries.
, . Hl'TTOX CREDIT CO..
512 Dekum Bldg.
THE MOST RELIABLE LOAN
COMPANY IN THE CITY.
SPECIAL OFFER TO HONEST PEOPLE,
REMEMBER We guarantee to treat
you ritlit. Do not advertise misleading
terms, but give you our rates iu plain
PAYMENTS MADE TO SUIT YOUR
BEST OF ALL NO PUBLICITY.
PHONE MAIN 2363.
ARE YOU LOOKING F.OR MONEY T
If you would know fcow easy our terms
are you would not be short of money.
Don't be bothered with a ot of small
debts; let us furnish the money to settle
WE LOAN ON
Real Estate, Furniture and Pianos (with
out removal). Storage Receipts, Life In
surance Policies. Horses, Jewelry and Dia
monds, and all kinds of securities, on ea&y
weekly or monthly payments.
Wo buy First and second Mortgages.
Al! business Strictlv Confidential.
U. S. REAL ESTATE & BROKERAGE CO.,
12 Hamilton Bldg.. 131 3d. Main 2oS4.
MONEY FOR EVERYBODY.
-A N Y O N E
Steadily employed can borrow, $10, $20,
$23. $3o, $4t. $3o. $75 or $loo of the
EMPLOYES' SALARY LOAN BANK.
All we ask is your perj-onal note; no
mortg-jge no iudorser or security; every
thing strictlv confidential.
LOU KST RATES IN PORTLAND.
$lo repaid in installments of ?43c.
$2o repaid in installments of 9oc.
$."o repaid In installments of $2.0O.
Larger amounts in proportion,
b A. M. to 6 P. M. Wednesday and Sat
urday eeningd to S o'clock.
STATE SECU R I T Y COM PA N Y.
3uh Failing Bldg.
Installment loans on pianos, furniture,
warehouse receipts, horses, insurance poli
cies and all kinds of securities; REAL ES
TATE LOANS from $3GO0 up.
NEW ERA LOAN MTO. CO.,
410 Abington Bldg.
MONEY advanced salaried people, house
keepers anc others upon their own names
without security ; cheapest rates, easiest
payments; offices tn 06 principal cities;
save yourselr money by getting my terms
first. TOLMAN, 317 Lumber Exchange.
MONEY loaned anyone steadily employed
on their plain note; return it in easy pay
ments; strictly confidential ; lowest rates.
See us and save money. 42T Henry bldg.,
4th and Oak sts.
EMPLOYES' LOAN CO., 321 Abington bldg.
Money on Installment plan.
SOME fine real estate bargains; money to
loan ; real estate, chattel mortgages.
PACIFIC COAST IMPROVEMENT CO.
503-505 Gerlinger bldg.
W'E loan money on diamonds and Jewelry
at reasonable interest for long or short
time. A. M. Delovage, jeweler, 26 Wash
MONEY TO LOAN.
In sums from $25 to $3u0, on good chat
tel security. Room X2o, No. 422 Washing'
SALARY loans, confidential, easy to get,
easy to pay. F. A. Newton. 5 15 Henry bldg.
SEVERAL small sums to loan. Henry C.
Prudhomme Co., Chamber of Commerce.
LOW rates; we loan money on diamonds
and Jewelry. Marx &. Bloch, 74 3d st.
A LOAN for the asking, salary or chattel.
The Loan Co., 414 Dekum bldg.
SALARY or chattel loans, strictly private,
cheapest rates. Address P. O. box 24.
WANTED To borrow $SooO. first mortgage
on $lS,OOo property. 23 acres, all in pears,
Apples and strawberries; valuable permanent
improvements; m(st desirable home In Rogue
River Valley. Box SO. Medford, Or.
WANTED $1500 at 7 per cent on close-in
Portland property; private parties only.
Call 17 Board of Trade bldg., 4th and
WANTED To borrow $5000 for 5 years on
Improved country property, worth $15.
OO0; 8 per cent Interest. R 699. Oregonian.
WANTED To borrow $120O for 3 years on
good inside property ; private party pre
ferred. V 712. Oregonian.
WANTED Young lady 23 years old, occupa
tion hairdresser, good looking, weight lrt5
pounds, with dimple In each cheek, would
like to meet voung man from 25 to 35
years old. Ooject matrimony. J 707,
CLEARANCE SALE hair goods, b arret tes
and combs; special prices on all work;
latest styles in hair dressing; school of
hairdressing. manicuring and hospital in
connection with parlors. Aza H. Ribbicke,
Grand Leader. 5th and Alder.
DR. D. L. LEWIS.
Diseases of women and children. Ladles,
you can avoid surgical operation by con
suiting me; electric treatment for nervous
diseases ; private hospital accommodation.
Rooms 503-506 Commonwealth bldg., 6th
and Ankeny. Phones Main 4047. A. 241L
DR. CORA TALBOTT.
Fifteen years' experience In treating
ailments peculiar to woman by Improved
scientific methods ; diseases of stomach,
liver and kidneys; electric treatments;
consultation free and confidential. Office
SWEDISH TRAINED NURSE Heilsingfon
graduate, rheumatism, nervous and stom
ach disorders, under physician's directions'
baths. No. 7 East Eleventh street, second
door south from East Ankeny car line.
Phone East 200. Home B 1803.
A MIDDLE-AGED. unincumbered man, in
proiperous circumstances, newly arrived in
Portland, desirea to correspond with a lady
of agreeable disposition, with view of mat
rimony. Address Box 445, city.
GENTLEMAN, connected with mercantile
house, expecting to go East soon, will buy
gooiis or look after small ai'fairs for par
ties; confidential; best references. H 601,
DRESS suits for rent, all sizes, $1.50 month
keeps your clothes cleaned, pressed, buttons
sewed on, rips sewed, prompt calls and de
liveries. Unique Tailoring Co.. 309 Stark.
DR. SANDERSON'S CO. Savin and Cotton
Root Pills, sure remedy for delayed per
iods. $2 per box or 3 boxes for $5. T. J.
Pierce, 311 Alisky bldg.. 2Go Morrison st.
LADIES' special electric massage sham
pooing, manicuring: experienced lady at
tendant. Drexel Hotel, Second and Yara
hiil. office 314.
DR. T. J. PIERCE, Specialist Diseases of
women; all irregularities corrected; no ex
posure. Call or write 311 Alisky bldg.
DR. LOR ENS NERVE TONIC TABLETS,
25c box. restore lost vitality. Stipe, Tay
lor Drug Co.. 289 MorrUon st.
DR. ISABELLA MACK IE.
Private hospital for women.
300 E. 50th st. Tabor b9.
MEN ONLY SEXOID PILLS cure all weak
ness. Price $1- Money refunded if it fails.
T. J. Pierce. 311 Alisky bldg.
Bake-oven treatment for rheumatism and all
kindred disease. Swedish Sanitarium. 433
Market, cor. 12th. Phone Main 7033.
THERA PEUTTC treatments given by grad
uate nunre. Room lu. The St. Elmo. 410
Washington st. Telephone Main 4155
APARTMENT-HOUSE, bungalows or busi
ness cheap, by expert draftsman. AC 6'J5.
Mme. courtwrlght. skin and scalp treat
ments, facial deformities corrected, plas
tic surgery. 225 FUedner bldg. M 5042.
WOMEN Whatever your ailment, call on
Dr. Ketohurn. Office hours 9 A. M. to
5 P. M. 17orti 3d st. Main 8770.
MOLES, wrinkles, superfluous hair removed
Mrs. M. D. Hill. 429 FUedner bldg. m. 3473.
BALM OF FIGS for all female diseases. 629
Belmont. Agents wanted. East 2498.
ENDLESS HAIR ROLL Any thickness, any
color. 42S E. 9th. E. 2211.
FINNISH masseurs, Mr. and Mrs. Jurra,
193 Union ave.. N. East 6042, C 1758.
DR. ALICE A GRIFF.
Diseases of women and children,
surge-v; chronic and nervous diseases
treated according to the latest methods,
up-to-date electrical appliances, private
hospital accommodations ; confinement
cared for; consultation free. Room 10.
Grand Theater bldg. Main 392S; A 5007
DR. WHEATLEY HOWE, Indian herbal
specialist in chronic and local diseases:
successfully treats a'l cases by the use of
herbs, bark and herbal baths; doctors in
vited to investigate the institution; kidney
- tea for sale at $1 per bottle. Call at 2:3 Vx
u i u i c i -st., ibkb i 1 car rurunnu, ur.
IR- WALKER, specialist lor men. quickly
cures blood and skin diseases, sorest ulcer,
wo lien glands, kidney, bladder and pile
1S1 1st. Portland.
H. A. TdOSER. accountant and auditor;
tusine. or corporation?, counties. muni
cipalities solicited. 404 Concord bldg. M.
Ev H . COLU S & CO.. AC CO U N T A N TS.
Commercial. County and Municipal.
Auditing Investigating and Svstemalizing.
324 Worcester Rl-xk. Phone Main 0567.
Ansayer and Analyst.
PORTLAND AN LYTIC AL LABORATORY.
622 Worcester bldg.. 3d and Oak. M 59.su.
FOOD. commercial -and drug ana! vale.
Clarke. Woodard Drug Co.. Portland. Or.
MONTANA ASSAY OFFICE Laboratory
mm .Mc-uvuiiK work. 1 r .Morrison -t.
Wells Proebstel, mining engineers, chem
istij and assayers-. 24HIL, Washington st.
Attorneys at I .aw.
H. H. RIDDEI-L. attorney-at -la w. 7.75 Cham
ber of Commerce. Main 47V4. A 3531.
N ESSEN & McNUTT. job bricklavers. fire
place and boiler work a specialty. lo3
Grover st. Phone Main 9n59.
C h 1 rop ra ct o rs.
DR. T1PKNER; hou rs 12 to 5. 127 1 4th,
near .Washington. Send for circular.
WM. ESTELLE and Flowie Deveny. the oti!v
scientific chiropodists in the city. Parlor
ueniiiRpr rung., j. . cor. 2d and Alder.
Phone Main 1301.
Chiropody and Pedicuring. Mrs. M D Hill
room 429 FUedner bldg. Plume Main 3473.
CHIROPODY, manicuring and scalp. Mrs.
Dunton, Tilford bldg., R. 2.4. Huh and Mor.
I -aw Collect ions.
OF ALL KINDS ; out of town a specialty.
Watson Mercantile Service, B04-6oi Lewis
CONCRETE brickwork. excavating and
plastering; drop postal. J. Wempe, 1S7 E.
TAYLOR, YOUNG & CO.. ship brokers, com
mission merchant):!. Sherlock bldg.
FOUR DANCING LESSONS, $1.
Prof. Wal Willson's Dancing School, 23o
per leseon. Including teachers, nnu-ic with
each lesson every morning, afternoon and
eve., guarantee to teach anyone to danca
or refund money. Selllng-Hirpch Hall.
386 V Washington, near 10 th st. Phones.
RINOLER'S Dancir.g School, special terms
this month. Le.Mson.s 23c. Private 30c. Grand
ave. and E, Morr!.m. Instruction dally.
Dog and Horse Hospital.
DR. BROWN. D. V. S.. D. C. M. Office 324
Flandera st. Main 44.-S6. A 46.
HAS your education been neglected ? Les
sons in conversation, literature and music,
ineleganclee of speech, dress and manner
corrected; confidential. B 096, Oregonian.
Klecit rl- Motor.
PACIFIC ELECTRIC ENGINEERING CO.
Motors for rent or sale. 213 2d st.
HOCHFELD BROP.. 8S Grand ave.; before buy
ing your furniture give iij-i a call ; we can
save you from 23 to 40 per cent on all fur
Jiiture and household goods; one trial will
convince you. Come over and pee us at once.
ZIGLKR & MISNKK. hay, grain, feed, ce
ment, fhingiet?. 294 Grand ave. E 4,S2.
THE WESTERN Sales Co.. 44 2d Ft. Janitor
and building supplies. Phone Main t7o3.
leather nnd Findings.
CHAS. I. MA STICK & CO.. 74 Front, leather
of every description, taps. mfn. findings.
J. A. STROW BRIDGE LEATHER CO. Es
tablished 183S. 189 Front st.
HAND and orchestra Instruments, musical snin
drlef", Victor talking machine". record!.
Seiberling-Lueas) Mueic Co., 134 2d st.
EMIL THIELHORN. violin teacher, pupil of
Sevclk. 9oo, 901 Marquam bldg. A 4100.
M. C. SMITH, teacher of piano, 432 Salmon
St. Main 7340. Conservatory course.
DR. R. B. NORTH RU P.
413-16-17 Dekum bldg..
Third and Washington Sts.
Phone, office. Main 319; res. East or B 102S.
LeRoy Smith, graduate Kirksville Mo.. 1898,
post grad. 1907. 318 Swetland bldg. M 1987.
Paints. Oils and Glass.
RA3MUSSEN, & CO.. Jobbers. paints. oils,
glat. aash and doors. Cor. 2d and Taylor.
Paten t A tt orneys.
R. C. WRIGHT, domestic and foreign pat
ents. Infringement capes. OJ4 Dekum.
THE Barber Asphalt Paving Companv, 404
Worcester bldg. Oscar Huber, Portland.
PORTLAND WOOD PIPE CO, Factory and
office near 24th N. and York .t. Main 3489.
ALSO seals, stencils, office stationery, etc.
Cunningham's, 231 Stark. Main 1407.
NORTHWEST RUG WORKS Rugs from
old carpets, colonial rag rugs, silk jKirtieres.
163 Union ave.. near East Morrison.
THE MOSLER SAFE CO., 108 d St. Safes
at factory prices. Second-hand safes.
Showcases, Rank and Store Fixtures.
THE LUTK E MFG. CO.. branch Grand
lapids Showcase Co., 6th end Hoyt. R.
Storage and Transfer
C. O. HCK, Transfer & Storage Co., office
and commodious four-story brick ware
house, separate iron rooms and fireproof
vault for valuables. N. W. cor. 2d and
Pine su. Pianos and furniture moved and
packed for shipping. Main 3t6. A 1996.
OLS EN- RO E TRANSFER CO.,
General transferring and storage; safes,
pianos and furniture moved and packed for
shipment. 29 Oak st. bet. Front and 1st.
Telephones Mam 547 or A 2247.
OREGON TRANSFER CO., established 1870.
Transfer and Forwarding Agents fctorage.
Office 310 Hovt st., between Sth and 0th.
Phones Main 69, A 1169.
WHEN moving call up Van Horn Transfer
Co., Main 1618, A 1984. All covered wagons,
all experienced men.
STOVES connected and repaired. Main
1110. 614 Front.
TYPEWRITERS, all makes. $20 to $60, fuliv
guaranteed; easy payments; rentals. $;
per month. Pacific Stationery & Printing
Co.. 2u3 2d st.
WFJ ARE the exch-er.se for the largest type
writer concern on this Coast; Investigate;
all make, all prices'. The Typewriter Ex
change. 2S7i Washington st.
NEW", rebullts, second-hand, rentals at cut
rates. P. D. C. Co.. 231 Stark. M 14u7.
ERNEST MILLER CO.. 172 Int St.. whole
sale and retail. Samples mailed free.
tiRAM) CENTRAL STATION.
Ashland Passenger .....
$ :30 a m.
4:1S p. m.
S:0O p. m.
6:2t p. m.
7:43 p. m.
1 :30 a. m.
7:20 a. m.
4:00 p. m.
8 -30 a. m.
1 :00 p. m.
5:40 p. m.
7:30 a. rn-
rvuseourg 1'iissenger .....
SI I vert on Passenger ....
uotornia express ......
San Francisco Express .
Forest Grtve Passenger
"ie!i 1 rove fassenger ,
Forest Grove Passenger ,
Oregon Express ........
"""""u t-assenger ....
Rose-burg Passenger ....
Portland Express ......
Coj ai!i Passenger . ..
Soerldan Passenger .
Forest Grove Passenger
Forest Grove Passenger
Forest Grove Passenger
10 : 0 0 p. m.
a::so p. m.
11 :00 a. m.
2:30 p. m.
9.30 a. m
6:20 p. m.
10: so a. nu
S:0O a. m.
11:30 a. m.
4:40 p. m.
North Coast Limited
North Coast Limited
00 p. TTV.
13 a. m.
00 a. in.
Atlantic h x press via Puget Sound; 12
Atlantic Express via North Bank U
Twin City Express via Puget)
Twin City Express via North
Bank I 7
Eastern Express via Puget" Sound 12
:00 p. m.
:15 a. m.
:00 a. m.
;O0 a m.
:00 p. m. .
:00 a m.
:00 a. m.
:30 p. m.
:00 p. m.
:15 p. m.
:30 a. m
:00 a. m.
:33 p. m.
:15 p. m.
:30 a. m.
: 1 3 p. m.
:30 p. m.
:00 a. m.
:00 p. m.
:00 p. m.
:35 p. m.
:30 p. m.
:00 a. m.
r.u.iern express via North Bank
Missouri River Express via Puget
.Missouri Kiver Express via North
Portland, Tacoma and Seattle!
Express. Grays Harbor. Olympia
and South Bend branches
r ortiunI- ancouver Special .... 10
ru,-'i aouna Limited, uravs Har
bor and South Bend branches.. S
lacoic passenger 4
arriving i -or t land
iorth Coast Limited via North
, Bank j s
iortn eoast Limited via Pugetl
Northern Pacific Express "via
North Bank 8
nmnern Pacific Express via
Puget Sound 8
x-acmc coast Express via North
Bank j s
t-acine toast Express via Puget
Western Express via North Bank.
Western Express via Puget Sound 10
i.-suuri juiver express via North
Missouri River Express via Puget
Portland-Ta com t't i " vr nV
and from Olympia. South Bendt
turn k, my a .riarhor
Puget Sound Limited
aneouver-Portland Special. .
1 acolt Passenger
Oregon Railroad & Navigation Co.
Oregon-Washingto n Limited. ..
1 n 3 Dalles Local
Soo-Spokane- Port land
last Mail (.Coach Portland
Fast Mail (no passengers)
l"he DuUe.i Local
Pendleton Local Passenger ....
Oregon-Washington Limited . .
7:40 a. m.
16: 00 a. m.
Loo p. m.
7:00 p 111.
7:00 p. m.
8:00 p. m.
7 :50 a. m.
10:13 a. m.
10:30 a. m.
9:00 a. m.
6:30 p. m.
8: 0O p. m.
Astoria & Columbia River.
Astoria Express .....
Portland Express .
Rainier and Portland Passenger
Ra.nier a-id Portland Passenger. .
8:00 a m,
6:30 p. m.
1:15 p. m.
6:10 p. m.
12:ir p. m.
10:00 p. m.
10:25 a. nu
5:20 p. m.
Canadian pacific Railway to.
C P. R. Short Line via Spokane.) 7:00 p. m.
Via Seattle 12:15 a. m.
C P. R. short Line via Spokane. I 9:00 a.m.
vS&a"le 1 7 :O0 a. m.
Oregon & Washington Railroad Company.
Lea Vinp Pnptlanrf I
S h as ta Lim I ted V.
Portland Passenger ....
. ... 9:00 a. m.
3:to p. m.
. .. .111:45 p. m.
.... 5:20 p. m.
1 5:00 p. iu.
JFFFERSON STREET STATION.
Dallas Passenger ....
Dallas Passenger . . . . ,
7:40 a. m.
4 :30 p. in.
10:15 a. m.
5 :55 p. m.
LLLLNTH AND HOYT STREETS PAS
Spokane. Portland & Seattle Railway Co.
Inland Empire Express 9:00 a. m
For Chicago. St. Paul, Omaha, Kansas
City. St. Louis. Billings, Spokane, Cheney.
Lamont, Washtucna, , Kahlotus, Pasco,
Roosevelt. GranddalJes. Goldendale. Lyle,
White Salmon, Stevenson, Vancouver and
Columbia River Local 4 -30 p m
North Bank Limited 7 ;UO p ml
For Chicago. St. Paul, Omaha, Kansas
City, SU Louts, Billings. Spokane, Cheney.
Lamont, Washtucna, Kahlotus, pasto,
Roosevelt, Granddalles. Lyle. White Sal
mon, Stevenson, Vancouver and intermedi
North Bank Limited 8:00 a. m.
From Chicago, St. Paul, Omaha. Kansas
City. St. Louis, Billings, Spokane, Cheney.
Lamont, Washtucna, Kahlotus, Pasco,
Roosevelt, uranddalies. Lyle. White Sal
mon, Stevenson, Vancouver and intermedi
Columbia River Local 12:25 p. m. '
Inland Empire Express S;15 p. m.
From Chicago. St. Paul, Omaha. Kansas
City, St. Louis. Billings, Spokane, Cheney,
Lamont, Washtucna, Kahlotus, pasco,
Roosevelt. Granddalles, Lyle, White Salmon,
Stevenson, Vancouver and Intermediate sta
tions. Time Card Oregon Klectric Railway Co
Leaving Portland for Salem and Int.
stations 630, 7:50. 11:00 A. M-; 2:00. 3iO,
6:'30, b:40 P. M. Limited lor Tualatin and
Salem 9:13 A. M. Local for Wllsonvilla
and Int. stations 5:10 p. M. Daily except
Sunday for points on the Salem, Falls City
& Western Ry. via Salem,- 6:30 A. M.. 200
P. M Sunday only, 1 1 :00 A. M.
Leaving Portland for Forest Grove and
Int. stations 7 :U5, 8:30, 10:20 A. M. : 12-lu.
2:10. 3:30, 5:30, 8:25 P. M. Saturday only.
11:30 P. M.
Arriving at Portland from. Salem and Int.
stations S:40, 11:00 A. M. ; 1:15, 4 :0O, 6:00,
8:20, 10:50 P- M. Limited from Salem and.
Tualatin 4:30 P. M. Local from WlLson-
ville and Int. stations 6:40 A. M. Daily
except Sunday, 7 :35 A. M.
Arriving Portland from Forest Grove and
Int. stations 8:00, 9:50, 11:40 A. M. ; 1:30,
2:50, 5;20, 8:10 P. M. Saturday Only, 1100
P. M. Sunday only, 4:40 P. M.
Portland Railway, Light & Power Company,
Ticket Office and Waiting Room.
First and Alder and East Water
and East Morrison streets.
CARS LEAVE EAST WATER AND
Oregon City 4:00, 6:30 a. M. and every
30 minutes to and Including u p. m., then
10:uu, 11:00 P. M. ; last car midnight.
G res ham and intermediate points 633
7:45. 8:45, 9:43, 10:45 A. M., 12:45, 2:43.
3:45, 4:45. 5:45. 6:45. 11:35 P. M.
Fair view and T rout dale 055, 7:43,
9:45, lu:45 A. M.. 12:45, 2:45, 3:45.
5:45. 6:45 P. M.
Cazauero and Intermediate point
8:45, 10:45 A.. M., 12:45. 2:45, 4:45,
Ticket office and Waiting Room, Second
and Washiugton streets.
A. M. 6:15. 0:5o. 7:23. S:00, 8:35. 9-10
9:50. lO:30. 11 :lu. 1 1 :50.
P. M. 1230. 1:10. 1:30. 2:.;0. 3:10." S:50.
4:30. 5:10. 5:50. 6:30, 7:U5, 7:40, 8:15, :2i.
On third Monday fn every month the last
car leaves at 7 :)5 P. M.
Daily except Sunday. Dally except
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