Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937, July 05, 1910, Page 18, Image 18

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THE MORNING OREGONIAN, TUESDAY, JULY 5, 1910.
ICEAL ESTATE.
lor Sale
-Houses.
RIVKKDALK HOME.
On of the handsomest homes in the
Klverside district; 7 beautifully designed
and artistically finished rooms, a recep
tion hell, a full-length living room with
large fireplace, bookcases and seat, case
ment and French windows paneled and
beamed dining-room with artistic buffet,
Butch kitchen; 4 bedrooms, each in sepa
rate color scheme; sleeping balcony; large
bathroom; attic spaced for two rooms and
bath; full c-emeni basement; extra large
furnace ; private water system unaer
heavy pressure; beautiful grounds about
an acre In extent and commending a
pweeping view of the city, river and moun
tains. For further particulars apply to
R. F. EKYAN,
60S Chamber of Commerce.
, A 1227: Main ly3.
IN IRV1XGTON.
Fine 7-room house. lioxlOO lot. facing
couth, on a hard-surface street, surround
ed by fine homes, for sale for $0500. less
than half cash down; this home b thor
oughly modern, very beautiful In lt3 set
ting, surroundings and arrangement and W
worth over $7000 of any man's money, but
It must be sacrificed. See us at once.
V. VINCENT JONES REALTY CO..
"2-:o:i Lewis Bid.
IRVIXGTO.N.
6-room new and moaern home on East
22d near Knott st., 50x100 lot, full base
ment and finished complete with furnace,
cement wa&h trays, living roni, hall and
dining-room finished In aeiected Oregon tir,
oak; floors, three large bedrooms and sleep
ing porch upstairs. limiting fixtures and
plumbing flrst-cla-s. Price 95750. terms.
H. 1. PALilBR-JO.VEd CO..
212-213 Commercial Club bldg.
BUILD NOW.
LET ITS FINANCE THE BUILDING OF
TOUR HOME. IF YGt OWN LOT. SMALL
AMOUNT OF CASH IS SUFFICIENT OUR
KEPUTATIOX FOR WELL-BUILT HOMBS.
FAIR DEALING AND DISPATCH OF CON
STRUCTION IS BRINGING US MANY
CLIENTS. NORTHWESTERN CONSTRUC
TION CO., Successors to Portland Realty &.
Cor.gtriict ior, Co.. Qol-2-3 l-win Bldg.
KENNILWORTH DISTRICT.
6-room house and bath, with two high
and beaut.'fui lots, for sale cheap and on
very easy terms; 4 blocks from car; fine
. cement basement. Dutch kitchen, modern
plumbing and hot-water boiler: street im
proved ; small amount down and balance
like rent.
V. VINCENT JONES REALTY CO..
Lewis Bldg.
HOME FOR $500.
Down and the balance like rent; a mod
ern up-to-the-minute pla:e, on a 50x100
foot lot; nicely Improved, one block to
car and is close in; you should let us shov
you this place if you want a nice live
room and bath, modern lime.
HOLT-JONES REAL ESTATE CO.,
522 Board of Trade Bldg.
. Marshall S4P; A 72P 4.
NEW. ATTRACTIVE 1RVINGTOX HOM.E.
8 large rooms, sleeping porch. 2 fire
places, - toilets, built-in bookcases, buf
fet, clothes and dust chutes, hardwood
floors, beautifully arranged and finished.
Most desirable location in refined Irv
ington, surrounded by new, handsome
homes, wide bitullthic street, af fered by
owner, leaving city. Price, $7350. Terms
AE 101. Oregon ian.
ON THE "WEST SIDE.
An up-to-date, six-room house, one that
13 substantially built, with a beautiful view,
on a 3lo0-foot lot. close in : you can
walk to It from the business center in 20
minutes; price $3550, $.iu0 down, balance
like rent; let us show you this place.
HOLT-JONES REAL ESTATE CO.,
522 Board of Trade Bldg.
Marshall M!; A 72!U.
IRV1NGTON BARGAIN.
ATTRACTIVE MODERN HOUSE.
MUST SELL THIS WEEK.
" $1000 BELOW VALUE.
CALL 506 EAST 18TH ST. NORTH.
$100 CASH; $20 PER MONTH.
$2450, 5-room bungalow on East 27th
St.; bath, toilet, sink, lavatory, linen and
china closets, Dutch kitchen, paneled din
ing room with beamed celling, rooms all
tinted, wired and piped for gas. attic,
full basement. AVI 11 take a lot as part.
4 05 GcrHnger bldg.
IN HOLLA DAY'S ADDITION 6-room house
on E. 0th between Halsey and Weldler ;
Lot 76x100; house modern and convenient
ly arranged ; location very attractive;
Broadway car 1 block. Price reduced to
$5300, which is $700 below value of prop
erty. McCargar, Bates Lively. 315 Fail
ing bldg;
O VNER must sell at once; if you are look
ing for a new G-room modern bungalow,
with lawn, roses and garage, call 1118
.. Market; take Hawthorne car, get off
at 37th, walk south 2 blocks to Market
Phone Tabor 103 S. -
EXAMINE 423 Alleghany st. ; 9-room house,
on plot 100x100; chicken corral, hen
house, fruit trees; 3 blocks from business
center from St. Johns. Mortgage $12oQ
"for 5 years. Am going to accept best of-
fer received. W. D. Haynes. fcmamk. Or.
800 NEW 5-room bungalow, in restricted
residence district, full basement, wash
trays, fireplace, all conveniences;
very easy terms.
PORTLAND TRUST COMPANY,
Third and Oak Sts.
CHOICE INCOME PROPERTY.
Ou 22d st., near lloyt, 2 beautiful flats
bringing in $50 per month ; owner leav
ing for Europe; price $11.000 ; terms.
David Lewis, room 2 Lumbermens bldg.,
5th nnd Stark.
E L E G A N T B U Y.
20x100 on Market, near 14th, with fair
house; income $25 per month; can be In
creased ; $1300 wll handle same ; price
$33on, balance 2 years. David Lewis,
room 2 Lumbermens bldg., 5th and Stark.
2 ACRES with 2 5 -room houses, concrete
basements. Part payment down, balance
on time. See owner on place. 624 Holgate
st.. on Sell wood car lino.
$2750 NEW 7-room house, concrete base
ment, gas. electricity. See owner, 1315
East Lincoln; must sell; attractive terms.
HOUSE built to your order; cement walks,
street grade paid; come early. Zella Gos
per t. 7 Vf5t Killings worth ave.
Acrpace.
MILWAUKEE HEIGHTS.
H ACRI'S.
10 acres at Milwaukee Height, high and
eight ly ; good II-room house, wit h brick
basement ; large barn ; . 5 acres bea ring
fruit. 2 acres strawberries, 1 acre grapes,
blackberries, raspberries, etc-; abundant
water supply; In high state of cultivation;
on Oregon City Electric, 7 -cent fare;
price, only $12,oo; easy terms.
GRUSSI & ZADO'V.
317 Board of Trade Bldg.. 4ih and Oak.
BY OA'NER Six-acre suburban home at
Jennings Lodge Station, two blocks from
station, one from church, two from school,
four to river; fine orchard and berries, nice
garden, 7-room house, good barn and out
buildings. Oregon City cars stop at Jen
nings Lodge Station. Inquire at store
for C D. Slocum.
8 ACRES. $200.
Cm O. W. P. electric line, 11 miles from
Courtln'use, adjoins commercial apple orch
ard and overlooks Columbia River. Price
$2400, terms.
H. P. PALMER-JONES CO.,
212-213 Commercial Club bldg.
FOR KALE 40 acres, $22.50 per acre. 4
miles from railroad, 5 miles from Colum
bia River, on county road. 25 minutes'
ride from Portland: 5 acres cleared; 20
p.pple trees on place. creek running
through the place; $un0 cash. AG 105,
Oreeonian.
6 ACRES. $550; 16 acres, $t50; 30 acres,
$900; all near station 20 miles out; unim
proved; running water, some timber, good
oil ; suitable for fruit, vegetables, poultry
raising; round trip in four hours; 1-3 cash,
balance easy terms. Palmer, 507 Couch
.bldg.
FROM OWNER.
14 acres at Tlgard. on Salem Electric;
all clear and in cultivation; acre potatoes,
balance garden; about loo chickens go
with place; small shack. Price, $i5t). w
Oregontan. .
ACRES of choice, level, cleared land on
the Oregon Electric R. R. bet. Portland
and HUltiboro. at 2oo per acre. This Is
$50 an aero below the market. Queen Inv
Co., 410 Failing bldg.
RIVER FRONTAGE In large or small tracts,
beautiful home sites1, on. easy terms. H.
G. Starkweather, just west of Riwley ela
tion, on Oregon City carline. Phone Oak
Grove Black 17.
124 ACRES on good carline; 5-room house
and outbuilding?, chicken houses, etc.; all
new; place fenced, 5 acres cleared; fruit
and berries. Call 410 Failing bldg-
A SPLENDID PLATTING PROPOSITION,
west of Mount Hood, on the Sandy River.
For particulars see James Wilson, 10o6
Division street. Phone Tabor 15".
6 ACRES on Kelly ave., clo?e to Reed In
stitute; ground high and aightiy; $lo,5o0;
terms; this Is an A-l buy. See attorney,
410 FaUingbldg.
100 ACRES 16 miles out; all or in part; half
clear; good creek. 225 Sth et., room 3.
HomcMfada.
GOOD locations In Crook, Lake, Harney and
the coast ; 2 timber claims on the coast.
6 fine relinquishments, cheap ; low rates
for June.
ADVANTAGES OF OREGON.
32-page book explaining what each of
the 54 counties is best adapted for; gives
amount of Government land open to home
eteau in each county; map attached, 21 x
US, showing new R. R. and towns, includ
ing Eastern and Central Oregon ; counties
In different colors; drawn to March 1,
191C; latest man In IT. S-; price 25c. Nlm
m & Runey. 313 Hamilton bldg.
100 ACRES fruit land at R. R. station; will
divide in 40-acre tracts; large orchard plant
ed; mtt sdl at once. See owner G. V.
Fletcher, &04 Lewi bldg., tP. M. 7644.
REAL ESTATE.
Homf Htetads.
HOM ESTEA DS.
Relinquishment, famous apple district;
under irrigation ditch; will trade for sub
urban lot or lots in Portland; 100 acres.
A.I 1 tm. Orep-onian.
HOMESTEAD relinquishment with over
1,000,000 feet pine, in K'amath Falls dis
trict; this is very good; cheap for cash.
Inquire for Joe, 21 North 2d Street.
EASTERN OREGON homestead and desert
land. Oregon Homestead Co., 217 Aolng
ton bldg., loQUj 3d st.
tor Sale
-Fruit Id.
A BEAUTIFUL AFPLE ORCHARD TRACT.
10 acres; perfect soil, drainage, climate
and altitude, for the best -sults in apple
raising; c)eared. cultivate ., planted and
cared for four years and delivered to you
a complete apple orchard, which will be
worth at lowest estimate $10,000. 2 will
sell you this tract rcw for $3000; $000
cash, balance easy j. .ymenta. See Mr.
Carr, &04 Lewi bide
HOOD RIVER. 20 ACRES.
Fruit land. 8 miles from Hood River.
Every foot of it can be cultivated ; the
best of fruit soil and a good spring on the
place. Never again will you have the op
portunity to buy as cheap as this $3000;
terms to suit.
JOHN DICK,
620 Henry Bldg. Phone Main 3572.
$t00 ACRES.
Will sell 900 acres best fruit land Wort
em Oregon; surveyed, platted ready for mar
ket; partly cultivated; 1 mile from railroad
and good town; chance for somebody to
make 200 per cent on their money; dirt
cheap. See me quick. Address 8itf Electric
bldg. Phone Marshall 1C25.
INVESTMENT COLONIZATION Rogue
River Valley, Oregon. Peardale tract. 1 75
acres best pear land In the world. $50,000.
half cash; pears for profit, home and
Income for 25 families, money-maker. Full
partlcuIarsH.HBasler, Grants Pass, Or
" SANITARIUM SITE. 320 ACRES.
Fruit and wheat land; close to the won
derful medical Soap Lake. Wash.; splendid
site for la r ire sanitarium and new town;
:;o per acre. cash. W. F. Pierce, P. O.
JJox1811.Sea.ttle.
10-ACRE orchard tracts. unimproved, on
railroad, 25 miles from Portland; best soil;
r.o rock; $40 an acre, easy ' terms; arrange
with us to go and make selection; round
rip same day. 310 Corbet t bldg.
For Sale Forms.
4 MILES FROM CITY LIMITS.
40 acres, on one of the best drives out
of Portland, over 20 m-res of this is highly
improved with two full bearing apple or
ehards, a nice full-bearing peach orchard,
75 larfte cherry trees. 150 grape vines, all
kinds of berries and small fruit, all In
paying quantities; a fine 7-room house and
fairly good barn ; th is is a money-maker
as well as a fine home; party must sell and
offer this place for quick sale at $250 per
' acre; other property adjoining-selling from
$:iM to $5i0 per acre; will take as low as
4-2500 cash, balance on csy terms, or will
take a property in Portland as part.
HOLT-JONES REAL ESTATE CO.,
522 Board of Trade Bldg.
Marshall 840- A 7204.
HALF IN TRADE.
EASTERN OREGON WHEAT
AND
STOCK RANCH.
1 303 acres, near Morrow, 350 acres In
wheat. 550 tillable, all under fence. 2
dwellings, barns, etc., all kinds running
water; controls 5000 acre fine outside
range ; sickness compels me to sell ; will
take half in trade, balance easy terms ;
price for all, including tools, etc., $16,000.
What have you? M)H Board of Trade.
COUNTRY HOME.
70 acres, near Oregon City. 3 miles from
New Era. on good road; 8 aeres black soil
along creek, balance rei loam : 20 acres
under cultivation, 40 acres good saw tim
ber; one-fourth mile from sawmill; barn
.'15x45, house 5 rooms under construction;
2 horses. 2 cows, pigs, 2 plows. 2 wagons,
disc, mower, harness, buggy, cultivator, all
tools and implements ; possession at once.
Price, $5G0O; $2UMt cash, terms to suit
purchaser, 6 per cent.
GRUSSI & ZADOW,
317 Board of Trade Bldp., 4th and Oak.
DOUGLAS COUNTY BARGAIN.
160 acres, :i0 acres cleared, fine land,
near Myrtle Creek. Douglas County, Or.;
fine trout stream through place, log house
and barn; on good county road; 3.500, OOO
feet of good saw timber worth $3500; price,
if taken soon, only $2250; $750 cash, bal
ance long time at 6 per cent. 30S Board
of Trade.
GREATEST BARGAIN.
STOCK RANCH.
25.00O Acres at only $8.50 per acre.
120w acres in grain.
25 in timothy.
4oo acres timter.
1 5o ac res a I f a I fa .
And over 18. 00O acres1 of wheat land and
range; plenty of good water, and good
houses and barns; fine fnce. This will
not last long, so act quirk.
H. W. GARLAND & CO.. 101 4th st.
DOUGLAS COUNTY. OR. FOR SALEt 1700
acres choice land on good county road. 3
milf-a from railroad and good town; thi.
land in very suitable for platting and is
at present In good condition ; price $25
per aire. For particulars and terms apply
to William Mac Matter, 3)2 Worcester
hlock. Portland, Or.
160-ACRE WHEAT RANCH.
Located near Rock Creek, in Gilliam
County, 6 miles from R. R., nearly all the
land has been in cultivation; only 4, mile
from the John Day River; owner will ex
change for city property. David Iewis,
ronm 2 Lumbermens bids.. 5th and Stark.
20-ACRE tracts, unimproved. 25 miles by rail
from Portland; suitable for fruit raising and
chicken ranches; well watered, plenty of
timber for all purposes, best of soil, no rock
or gravel ; $15 to $25 an acre; easy terms.
Theaie are the cheapest tracts- on the market
and will bear inspection. Call and arrange
to go and gee them. 310 Corbett bldg.
BERRY and orchard lands, in 5 and 10-acre
traets .easy terms; also have farms of ail
s'zes for sale: prices $30 to $20u per acre.
Thoroughly organized fruit association
here. Thus. H. Blackstone, Ridgelield,
W ash.
10-ACRE orchard tracts, unimproved, on
railroad, 25 miles from Portland; best
soil, no rock; $40 an acre, easy terms; ar
range with us to go and make election;
round trip same day. 310 Corbett bldg.
J. A. CUNNINGHAM.
For sale, farms, livery, business, ware
house and business; prices reasonable; no
exchange. P. Q. Box 74. Carlton. Or.
20 ACRES, 12 miles out, on Oregon Electric
and S. P. Ry., fine fruit land, about 5
acres in young orchard ; cheap for cash
or part cash. AF 4 3, Oregon ian.
FINE 35-acre farm. 3 miles east of Gresham;
20 acres hay. 2 acres of bearing orchard,
new house, big barn; price $20O per acre.
Address owner, Frank Michels, Gresham,
Or., Route4.
100 ACRES fruit land at R. R. station; will
divide in 40-acre tracts; large orchard plant
ed ; must s-ll at once. See owner G. V.
Fletcher, . 8Q4 Lewis bldg., P. M. 7844.
FOR SALE. RENT OR TRADE.
800 acres first-class wheat land in East
ern Oregon, 2 i miles from railroad sta
tion. Address 1Q.S. Qregonlan.
NEAR MEDFORD Orchard land, timber,
buildings, water. 3 miles R. , R. ; $30 acre.
Owner, P. O. Box 245, Medford. Or.
Miscellaneous.
ARE you looking for a farm or acreage?
Don't fall to call at
"THE (-ROPSLEY COMPANY,"
7"8 and 700 f'orbett bldg.
It costs you nothing and we treat yon
right. It surely will be to your advantage
to see us before buying-. We don't pub
I'sh our list.
IF YOU ARB LOOKING FOR
Clo-in acreage, a wheat ranch or omall,
we 1 1-1 m proved farm, at low price and on.
most liberal terms, see me. I handle my
own properties.
J. O. ELROD.
520 Corbett Bldg.
IRRIGATED LAND.
CALIFORNIA!
SACRAMENTO VALLI3Y DRRIGATED
LANDS.
Going to California? Looking for Irri
gated lands? If so, stop at Willows, Glenn
County, on the main line of the Southern
Pacific Railroad, where the representatives
of the Sacramento Valley Irrigation Com
pany will afford you every opportunity to
see the greatest Irrigation project in Amer
ica. You will see the first awakening of
the GREAT VALLEY. Many millions of
dollars of increased values will 'be made
there within a few years. Will you share
them?
This project Is financed by J. S. and W.
E. Kuhn, Incorporated, bankers of Pitts
burg. Pa., who so successfully developed
the TWIN FALLS NORTH SIDE PROJECT,
TWIN FALLS SALMON RIVER PROJECT,
and THE TWIN FALLS OAKLEY PRO
JECT In Southern Idaho, comprising in all
3OO.O00 acres.
The same opportunities for money-making
that were given in Idaho will be seized by
many In the Sacramento Valley Project.
Price of land $ 125 per acre with water
right.
Very easy terms. Cash payment of only
$15 per acre, other payments extending over
10 years.
For literature and full information ad
dress SACRAMENTO VALLEY IRRIGATION CO.
Department 4iA."
Willows, California.
Other offices Pittsburg, Pa.; Chicago, IU.;
San Francisco, and Los Angeles, California.
TO EXCHANGE.
FINE country home and 20 acres in high
aiate of cultivation, very best orchard and
berry land, with fine paying orchard now
on place. Close to Portland, close to elec
tric line; bet nf roads and fine community.
Price Stif'CO. Will exchange for ocd Port
land property. See J. K. Smith, 513 Cham
ber of Commerce, Portland, Or.
FIVE hundred thousand dollars' worth of
wheat land to trade for Portland or
Oregon property; will trade any part of
it; will pay cash difference.
SHOEMAKER 1NV. CO..
527 Henry Bldg.
Main 4405; A 744.
1C BEAUTIFUL ACRES.
All cleared and most all in fruit; only
3 blocks from a carline, near Vancouver,
Wash. ; surrounding country all in fruit;
place Is better than represented; will trade
for a home in city or line lots. David
Lewis, room 2 Lumbermens bldg., 5th and
Stark.
170x100 IN HOOD RIVER.
Close in to town, on a nice residence
street; overlooks the Columbia River;
owner will exciiange for a good auto
mobile. David Lewis, room 2 Lumbermens
bdg.. rth and Stark.
ONE MILE FROM SHERIDAN.
In the heart of Yamhill County; owner
has 20 acres which be will trade for a
fine automobile ; this land is worth $150
an acre. David Lewis, room 2 Lumber
, mens bldg.. 5th and Stark.
iO-ACRB farm, good buildings, etock, imple
ments and crop. Not fa.r from Portland,
no incumbrance. Price $35imj. Will ex
change for good Portland property. See J.
H. Smith, 513 Chamber of Commerce, Pcrt
land. Or. '
WHAT have vou to trade for a brewery
that cost $125,000 and has stood a loan
of $40. wO; this brewery Is clear of all
Incumbrance. Shoemaker Investment Co.,
527 Henry bldg.
ELEGANT Limousine car, costing $4Srto,
aluminum body, practically new, ior S2MK)
orth of vour lots, cottage cr acreage.
Pmlih-Phelan Land Co., Ol3 Corbett blcig.
Main 111 3 .
712 ACRES at $0 an acre, right near Ore
gon City, that $000 and your auto, col
lage or lots will handle; it's a dandy.
Smilh-Phelan Land Co., 613 Coi-bett bldg..
Main1113.
TRADERS I have 3 good-paying rooming
houses, a fruit ranch, some timber land,
houses and lots, business propositions,
stocks of every description, or anything
you want. 417 Board of Trade.
640 ACRES fruit land. Willamette Valley,
for hotel anywhere in United States worth
$20,000; will bear investigation. Swank,
50Q T ilia i o ok , Port 1 a n d. Or.
TIMBER claim to trade for equity, mort
gage or house and lot ; pay some cash.
Boggess. 221 H Morrison , room 5.
YOU can trade any kind of property
1019 Board of Trade.
at room
WANTED KEAT, ESTATE-
PARTY with $3500 wants acreage with
plenty of fruit and good house, near city;
must be a bargain. j.iatch & Slocum, 402
Commercial block.
WANTED Some cheap lots in Vernon;
owners only. C. L. Sheets. 420 S wet land
bldg. Phone Main 777tj.
BEAR IN MIND that I pay cash for dwell-ing-houees
not to exceed S40uo on meritori
ous sacrifices. Call or addre-s 507 McKay
bldg-. Main 47 IP.
WANTED Lot, close in. East or West Side;
state lowest price and location; no agents.
L 'J4, Oregonian.
I 'OR SALE TIMBER LANDS.
IflO ACRES, upper White Salmon Valley. 3.
OtHi.OOO yellow pine and fir. irrigation ditch,
first-class fruit or dairy land; :4oU0 if
taken at once; good terms. Danforth, Main
TIMBER LANDS
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
C. J. M CRACK EN, 304 McKay Bldg.
TIMBER claims. homesteads, relinquish
ments. 21W Worcester bldg.
WANTED TiMLBERLANBS,
TIM BER lands wanted. C.
304 McKay bldg.
McCracken,
fOK Ai-E.
Morses, Vehicles mid Harness.
WHY buy second-hand vehicles when you
can set a new one from au oid-estabiished.
wholesale house, 44 years in Oregon, at
almost the same cost? We are located
outside the l high-rent district, own our
building, and can make the price. Ex
clusive agents for the old reliable line of
Michigan Buggy Co. fine vehicles, deliv
ery wagons, top buggies, runabouts and
farm vagons. Be sure and see us before
you buy. It may save you money.
R. M. WADE & CO.,
322 Hawthorne ave., bet. Ea s st and 2d.
MULES MU'LES ML'LES.
We are row located at the Portland
Union Stockyards.
We have on hand a good stock of mules
weighing from llioo to 14oO lbs. that are
first-class in every particular; our prices
aie in line with tne Units. Come and see
us and wo will convince you.
THE MURPHY HORSE At MULE CO.,
. Woodlawn 24uo.
FOR SALE Horses, harness and wagons.
Kemeraber, we sell guaranteed horses and
mares. If not as represented they can be
returned. We also have on hand several
ceiivery, farm, vegetable and milk wagons
lor sale. Hawtuorne-ave b tables, 420
Hawthorne' av e. .
GENTLE horse that a woman can ride or
drive; also bugtry and harness. Inquire
Roberts Bros.. Ha and. Morrison.
MISSOURI MULES FOR SALE.
10U head, 12UO to 1500 lbs., suitable for
railroad, logging and farm work. Mules
at Freedman Bros.' barn, corner 13th and
Overton sts. Addi tsa Sparks & Wisfc'in
. ton. Imperial Hotel.
PAIR of brown horses, 5 years old, weigh
28.J0; pair of black, well-matched 5 and 6;
weigh 2n00 ; will be guaranteed as ie pre-
sented. '-i-i-k Front st.
PAIR good honses, 7 and 8. weight 700,
guaranteed suiind and true, a V4 wagon,
nearly new. and harness, wnole outfit, bar-
gain. 4-i E. 5ot h st. N.
BARGAIN for $150; big team, weighs 2MM
pounds; sound and good pullers; also a set
of good, heavy breechiitg harness, all com
plete. 874 tfavlcr s t ;
120O-LB. farm chunk. 7 years old, good,
true puller; 3-yejtr-oId black filly, 1140,
loo. U:;4 Front st. .
$17 TOR my team and breeching farm
harness; can be seen at Todd's Staoles, F.
E. Smitha XM Front st.
FOR SALE Two first-class logging or dray
teams. Address 213 East bth st. Phone
East 5341
HUBERT & HALL'S STABLES, .160 Kront St..
livery business, rigs, ijors!s. harness, was
-i Quay for tfale or rent. Main 22o8.
PASTURE for rent near Portland. 839
Sherlock bldg.
WANTED Horses and cattle lor pasture at
Swan Island. Phone Main 8S24.
14-PASSENGER tally-ho In line condition.
Apply Central Stables, 17th and Alder.
1'laoON. Or jrann and MiiKicitl lobtrunieBt.
SLAUGHTER of new pianos traded real
estate for 5 new pianos, high-grade make,
from New York; have two left; my price
, $200; same pianos selling in Portland $450,
Call, investigate. 1 am no dealer. 225
5th st.
SLAUGHTER or new pianos; traded real
estate for 5 new pianos, high-grade make,
from New York; have two left; my jrice
$2u, same pianos selling in Portland 4oO.
Call, investigate. I am no deuler. 225
5th st.
FOR SALE Piano certificate, $10:, Bush &
Lane piano Company, for $5o. L. A.
Steen, 3J4 W. Wishkah. Aberdeen, Wash.
VIOLINS, brass, reed and string instruments
repaired; any piece made to order. H.
Goddard. room Hi, 142 2d st.
$105 PIANO check and certificate, cheap.
Main 8023.
$100 PIANO chock for sale;
able. Address P. O. Box 2o;
price reason
. Portland.
$100 piano check Bush & Lane Piano Co. for
$25. Paul Weidel, 2ottCouch st.
EOR SALE Bush & I,ano piano check, $10,
for $10. Phone Woodlawn
Automobiles.
INDIAN motorcycle, 5 horsepower. belt
drive, magneto; one 4-horso single battery
including tandem attachment and seat,
both perfect running condition, late 3 :u:
model, each run about 5uo miles, $150,
F. O. B. takes either. C. It. Sheldon.
Baker City, Or. "
7-PASSENGER C0-H. P. Thomas Flyer, Tn
good condition ; Ju"t the car for stage line
or livery ; $150O cash or installments. West
ern Auto Co., 5HI Alder M.
li i rds. Dogtt and lMock.
FOR SALE Pedigreed Great Dane pups,
2 months' old. 151 a N.Jth.
THOROUGHBRED cocker spaniel pups,
52 North 15th st.
VIOLINS, banjos, mandolins, guitars at half
regular prices. Uncle Myers, 71 0th at.
WOOD'S AW. gasoline, 5 h. p., fine condition.
240 Second st.
SHOWCASES. new and second-hand. 312
Everett, cor. 6th. Weo fixtures.
TYPEWRITER BARGAINS.
231 Stark St. Main 147. '
NOTES and mortgages bought and sold. Na
tional Credit Aas'n, 6ol Worcester bldg.
FOR SALE.
Miscellaneous.
AN opportunity to my fellow-men ; $700
bond Portland Irrigation Co. now taken
up by Spokane capitalists; bond calls for
cash, July 8, or choice 20 acres land at
Pah-ley, Or., under Carey act. I cannot
leave to make choSee; anyone wanting a
small fortune In few years can pay me
face value. $700 and cost this advertlse
ment phone E. 554.
CABIN LAUNCH 30 ft., 7-ft. beam. 12 H. P.,
4 cycle new engine. Swell outfit at bar
gain; must sell. L 103 Oregonian, or
Main 134i.
TH E Northwest Typewriter Company, 222
AMngton bldg. phone M. SJS70. is the
only company selling strictly factory re
built typewriters; prices $10 to $;.".
FOR SALE t-H. P. stationary gasoline en
gine, complete; good as new; guaranteed;
built for hard' work; snap. Foott Ma
cl incry House, cor. Union and Yamhill gts.
25 HEAD sheep, graae Shropshire. Inquire
of H. G. Starkweather, Just west of Ris
ley station, Cn Oregon City carline. Phone
Oak Grove Black 17.
STOCK of decorations, novelties, jewelry, ""re
turn balls, canes, pennants, etc., 472
WHshlngton st.
FOR SALE 2 goi fresh cows, one Durham
and one Jersey. 684 Harold st., Sell wood
car
FOR SALE $125 contest check on Hoven-den-Soule
Piano Co. Mike Brunner. R. 1,
Camas, Wash.
SAFES NEW AND SECOND-HAND.
All sizes; low prices; easy terms.
PORTLAND SAFE COMPANY. 87 Sth St.
JCEW Singer shoemaker's patching machine;
E. J. Marvin, '210 Main St., Oregon
City.
BLICKENSDERFER TYPEWRITERS, $45,
$50. Ask for catalog. Rebuilt $15 up. N.
M. Hayter Co., 10 5th t. Main 5529.
FOR SALE Showcase, wallcases. counters,
. cheap. No. 2122 Grand .ave. PhoneEast 538.
FOR SALE 50 tons of No, 1 hay; hay pres
'wanted to bale 50 tons at 35 East 53 d gt. N.
500 BUSINES CARDS ?1 if you bring this ad.
Rope Ci t y Prin t ery , 1 92 Vj 3d, near Tay lor.
FINEJ Insulated cooler for sale cheap. Alex
Friedman, 2i5 1st.
FOR f ALE Bush & Lane piano check $105
for?10. R H6, Or e g o n 1 a n
FOR SALE Boy!
17th st. S.
bicycle, $7. 4S7 East
WANTED MlSt'W LLANEOCS.
WANTED CLOTtHING.
Highest price paid for men's cast-off
clothing and shoes. The Globe Second
hand store, 200 First. Main 2080. We also
buy ladles' clothing.
WANTED Men's cast-off clothing and shoes;
we also buy household fumishing-s; highest
prices paid. Call at the "Fair Deal," 62
N. 3d t. Main 9272.
LATE model visible typewriter with tabu
lator; also riling cabinet ; give make and
price. AC 3 06. Oregonian.
SELL your second-hand furniture to the Ford
Auction Co. or you'll get less. Phones: A
2445; Main 051.
SPOT cash paid for your furniture; prompt
attention always given. Phone East 1067.
WANTED Motion-picture machine; gas out
fit, films. OJO'.j Wash. Phone Main 8453.
HELP WAXTKI) MALE.
WE want several salesmen to help us sell
a line acreage subdivision on the United
Railway s ; we pay . a liberal commission
and you get your money out of the first
payment; there is a good demand for acre
age near Portland, and we have the goods;
join us and wc will both make money.
Call mornings between 1 and 10.
CHAP1N Si HERLOW,
332 Chamber of Commerce Bldg.
WANTED Able-bodied men for the U. S.
Marine Corps, between the ages of 10 and
35; must be native born or have first papers;
monthly pay $ 15 to $6l; additional com
pensation possible; food, clothing, quarters
and medical attendance free; after 30 years'
service can retire with 75 pe-r cent of pay
and allowances; service on board ship and
ashore in all parts of the world. Apply at
Breeden bldg., 3d and Washington tfts.,
Portland. Or.
FOR THE COPPER RIVER & N. W. R. R.,
CORDOVA, ALASKA.
1000 white laborers for surfacing and
general railroad construction work ; wages
$3. S3 per day. Fare from Seattle to the
work $15. Next shipments, July 8.
M. .J. I1ENEY, Pier 2. Seattle, Wash.
MEN wanted for firemen and brakemen on
nearby railroads; age 18 to 35; experience
unnecessary; no strike; permanent employ
ment ; firemen $100 monthly, brakemen $75;
promotion to engineers, conductors ; 400
men sent to positions monthly ; state age ;
send stamp. Railway Association, care
Oregonian.
MEN WANTED, age 18 to 35, for firemen,
$loo monthly, and brakemen $80, on nearby
iMilroads; experience unnecessary; no strike;
promotion to engineers, conductors; railroad
employing headquarters, over 500 men sent
to positions monthly; state age; send stamp.
Railway Association, care Oregonian.
10,000 POSITIONS for graduates last year;
men and women to learn barber trade In
8 weeks, help to secure promotion; gradu
ates earn from $15 to $25 weekly; expert
instructors ; tools free; write for cata
logues. Mo hi or System of Colleges, 35
North 4rh st.. Fort ia:id. Or.
Y. M. C. A. The friend of the young man
and stranger ; hearty welcome and good
counsel are yours without cost. Constant
demand for men who can do something
well. Special employment membership as
sures employment. Investigate before you
in vest.
WANTED Men and boys at Los Angeles;
no expense for instruction ; learn automo
biles, electricity, pJumbing, bricklaying
trade in months instead of years; study half
and work half time; catalogue free; United
Trade School Contracting Co., Los Angeles.
BARBERS Board of Examiners for Oregon
will convene in this city July 11, 12 and
33. at 167 First St.. for the purpose of
examining all those holding permits. T.
M. Leabo, secretary. '
FOR KENT In new building. East Side lo
cation, suitable for doctor, druggist, den
tlst, optician, dry goods, millinery, dress
maker and barber; also two flaLs. Phone
Tabor 237.
"WANTED Young man that has had tin
work and plumbing experience; steady
work for a hustler. Rstacada Mercantile
Co.. EPtaada, Or.
WANTED Man to do manual labor; one with
knowledge of Greek language will be given
preference. Answer with references, phone
number and address. X 109, O r e g o n 1 a n .
YOUNG MEN wanted to prepare for railway
mail clerks, postoffice clerks, carriers, etc.
Write or call for Book 3o. it's free. Pacific
States School, McKay bldg., Portland, Or.
FIRST-CLASS bookkeeper and assistant
credit man ; wholesale house ; good oppor
tunity ; state age, experience, references.
Y 30S, Oregonian.
ICE LI ABLE partner wanted for a business
paying $400 a month and a trial given
before you invest a. cent. Call 417 Board
'Lpf Trade.
FOR $35 we learn you to operate motion
pictures and secure you position paying
J35 weekly. Office Jiours 9 A. M. to 4
P. M. 236 Washington St., room 612.
GENERAL agent, also subagents. to repre
sent us in Oregon; $5 per day and up
wards. Call today, 0 A. M. to 2 P. M. 26
North lOth st.
WANTED An experienced stock salesman
who is a member of the order" of Elks
In pood standing. R 105 . Oregonian.
YOU can make $35 weekly If you learn to
operate motion pictures. Motion Picture
School, 52tP,$ Wash, st-. bet. 16th and 17th.
TEN trustworthy ladies to travel for manu
facturing company; talary $75 month, city
?2.50day.Room9, 24J Holladay ave. '
EXPERIENCED solicitor, good proposition
to party with little money. Willamette
R u g Co.. Portland. Or. Bot h p ho n es.
WANTED Young man on farm; must be
experienced, able to milk. Apply to Chas.
G. Stimpson. Couch-st. dock.
$1S TO $35 week few months only learn ins;
situations guaranteed. Watchmaklng-Ea-
graving School. Box 182. Ashland, Or.
THE OREGON EMPLOYMENT BUREAU,
41 North Second st. Marshall 318.
Allkinda of male help.
FIRST-CLASS gas fitter and appliance man
for Marsnfield, Or. Apply 608 Lewis bldg..
city.
S A LES M A X w 1 1 h own au to for f 1 rs t-cla as
beach proposition. Inquire 9 to 12 A. M.
PHOTOGRAPH coupon and portrait agents;
Tin.- j.ffr. r-,if KafVi ilnlU T,l. . . V, )
- v- m.. i . J Hill UlVift-
FIRST-CLASS meat- cutter and sausage mak-
er. Call at 1045 Williams ave.
WANTED Barber; firat-class. steady job.
::; Burnside st.
FOT'R carpenters (finishers)., $3. 50, 8 hours.
Z-'IZ Montgomery et.
PRESCRIPTION pharmacist wanted. liaak
tJ.ros.. 351 A idor st.
AT once, stron k boy over jh. to do janitor
work. Roberts Bros., 3d and Morrison.
W A NT ED Two boys over 10. Tuesday, 8A.
M. 104 East 7th North. H. H. H. Co.
WANTED Man to sell wood and coal in
Mtv. Address AL 105, Oregonian. .
BOY to work in printing, office. F. W.
Baltes & Co., First and Oak sts.
HKLP WANTED MALE.
WANTED SALESMEN TO JOIN AN OR-
GANIZED SALES FORCE THAT HAS
PROVEN A BIG SUCCESS; REQUIRE
MENTS ESSENTIAL ARE ENERGY,
ABILITY AND HONESTY FOR SUCH
MEN COMPENSATION IS UNLIMITED,
POSITION PERMANENT, PROMOTION
POSITIVE. IF YOU ARE AMBITIOUS,
THIS IS A RARE OPPORTUNITY. CALL
TODAY, 8:30 A. M. THE SPANTON CO.,
209 OAK ST. ASK FOR MR. HICKEY.
BOYS wanted from all over the city to come
and claim their share of the following
prizes soon to arrive In exchange for good
work:
10 Roach Junior League baseballs.
10 Steel jack knives.
10 imported pigskin coin j-urses.
lO Daisy air rifles.
H Eagle kites.
See J. C. Havely, Jr.. 168 Fifth St.
WANTED Young man to learn Turkish
bath business; reference. Corbett bldg.
WANTED Pin setters at Oregon bowling
Alleys. 84 7th st. ; good pay.
DTSKWASHER Goodwin's. 64 6th st.
BARBER wanted. 112 4th St.
HELP WANTED MALE OR FEMALE.
GOVERNMENT employes wanted. Write for
Portland examination schedule. Franklin
Institute Dept. 24DR, Rochester. N. Y.
WANTED An exchange operator for a few
hours in the evenings. Apply 741 "Wash-
ington.
FISK TEACHERS' AGENCY offers good
rwi 1 1 on s to A-l 1 nst ructors. 61 1 S wetland.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS MARKER. AP
PLY TROY LAUNDRY, ATORIA. OR.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
GIRLS, 16 years of age and over, to work
in bag factory. Apply at once. AMES
HARRIS NEVILLE CO., 5th and Davis sts.
WANTED Girls to make shirts - and over
alls. Mt. Hood Factory, 233 Couch.
COMPETENT woman to act as housekeeper
in family of two; must be good cooks;
everything new and convenient ; good sal
ary. Inquire between 9 and 12 o'clock,
Oregon Hotel, room 546.
WANTED Young ladies fcr training to Ire
come nurses; course. 2 years, di
ploma; first vear, $10 per year; second
year. $12. 50; third vear, $15. Address Box
24, Fatonville, Wash.
WANTED Middle-aged unmarried lady of
means, some business ability, to take
charge of established business; give name
and phone. AK 106. Oregonian,
WE teach ladies millinery and dressmaking
in a few weeks at The Boston School of
Millinery and Dressmaking. 27 Williams
ave. Phone East. 345. "
WANTED An experienced girl for general
housework ; must be good cook ; Bmall
family, good wages. Phones East 1767
and C 1467.
SUMMER SCHOOL for English branches,
shorthand and typewriting; day and eve
ning classes; positions guaranteed. 630
Worcester block. Enroll now.
LARGE business firm desires a woman not
under 25. who is trustworthy and ener
getic ; experience unnecessary. AD 95,
Oregonian. t
ACTRESS Wanted girl with good singing
voice and dancing ability. Call afternoons,
2 to 4, evenings after 8:30. Hotel Euclid,
18th and Washington sts. Room 15.
FIRST-CLASS cook for small family; good
wages. Call 348 H Tenth St., or phone
Main 1244.
TO work In boarding-house for husband's
room and board or reasonable wages.
Phone E. 3878. '
WANTED Refined capable woman for re
sponsible position. Viavl Co., 609 Rothchna
bldg.,4th and Washington.
EXPERIENCED cafeteria waitress. $10 per
week. If competent. Peerless Cafeteria,
lf4 5th st. Come prepared to work.
LADY to learn beauty culture. Sanitary Beauty
College, 400 to 412 Dekum bldg. Make your
self independent.
LADIES to learn corset business; free in
struction ; profitable employment. R 75,
Oregonian.
WA NTED Two chambermaids. temporary
work. Call after 11 o'clock Hotel Foster,
3d and Davis sts.
WANTED 2 lunch girls. 12 to 2 o'clock;
25c per hour.. Peerless Cafeteria, 104
5th St;
MIDDLE-AGED woman w ill be Riven good
home and small solarv for light services
-J n -family of 3. Call 155 16th st.
THOROUGH course of millinery taught in
6 weeks; Summer rates. 701 Wash, st-,
A pt. No. 2.
MRS. HOWE'S LADIES' AGENCY,
326 fc Washington St., Room 307.
Main S836 or A 3266.
HANSEN'S LADIES' AGENCY.
343 Washington St.. Cor. 7th, Upstairs.
- Phone Main 2692.
MAN and wife, ranch, $75; country hotel
cookn. $50. Hansen's Ladies' Agency, 343
Wash ington st., room 7-
WANTED A young woman who lives at
home as chambermaid. Call Fairmount
Hotel , 29 Hi 6th st. North.
"WANTED A girl for general housework;
Swedish or Norwegian preferred; no chil
dren. Apply 381 10th st.
GIRL wanted for chop house. 345 Mi Morri
son st.
WANTED Girl for general housework. Ap
plv morning. 296 Tillamook.
GIRL for cooking and general housework.
64S Lovejoy st.
AN experienced children's nurse; references
required. Phone C 13iM.
EXPERI BNCED girl wanted for general
hnuwwork; -eood wages. Phone Main 952K.
WANTED An experienced
Hill, 23d and Washington.
waiter.
WANTED Girl for general housework. 770
Everett st.
WANTED Good girl for general house
work; small family adults. 739 Kearney st.
YOUNG lady stenographer for law work, $50
a month. 914 Lewis bldg.
WANTED Experienced waitress. 227 Al
dcr st. .
DINING-ROOM girls wanted. Stein's Res
taurant, 122 14th st.
WANTED Girl to do housework, small fam
lly. 375 E. 21at st. N. Broadway car.
HELP wanted. Union Laundry Co., 2d and
Columbia.
WOMAN or girl for general housework,
family of 3; $25. 249 Halsey. East 4311.
WANTED Girl or middle-aged woman for
housework. AK 107. Oregonian.
WAITRESS Wanted, girl for lunch and
dinner work. :tS6 Morrison st.
A GIRL for ice cream stand. 269 Everett St.,
bnt. 3d and 4th.
WANTED Waitress and chambermaid. The
Norton, 12th and Morrison.
WANTED Girl" to" waiton table! Apply
Rebo's, 404Washington st.
WANTED Experienced girl for gen. house
work. Applyroom 201Oregonian bldg.
LESSONS In Shorthand and Typewriting by
expert; $5 a month. 269 14th. Main 3893.
TWO chambermaids wanted at the Rainier
Hotel. 12S N. 6th st.
GIRL for housework.
702 Northrup st.
WAITRESS
-Goodwin's, 64 6th st.
GIRL for general housework. 248 N. 20th st.
B1TCATIOX WANTED MALE.
tsookfceeuern and Clerks.
EXPERT accountant wants set of small
books to keep; books opened, closed, er
rors located. J 94. Oregonian.
MlHcdlRneon.
POSITION wanted . by colored man. Janitor,
porter or house cleaning ; good references.
Phone Main 4400.
CHAUFFEUR wants Job; can drive White
steamer or any gas car and repair same
when necessary. AF 93. Oregonian.
HAVE two good teams, driven by owners;
want steady work for same. AC 109, Ore
gonian. GOOD Japanese cook and general house
worker wants situation In private family;
references. A J 105. Oregonian.
MAN wishes position as porter or janitor.
housecleaning; restaurant experience. AB
3Q7. Oregonian. -
COLORED man wishes position as Janitor!
106 North 8th. Main 6379.
JAPANESE Employment Co. will f urn fan
all help. Main 4659. A 4073. 26S Everett.
SITUATION WANTED -MALE.
WANTED Position, experienced janitor; I
understand taking care of steam heat and
furnaces, carpet repairing, cleaning and
scrubbing; am experienced generally in ail
lines of work; am married, 37 years of
age; I will take position at once; state
wages paid. AB 1"6. Oregonian.
BARKEEPER, German, wishes situation; 4
years in last place. San Francisco refer
ences. B 93, Oregonian.
SITUATION WANTED FEMALE.
Bookkeeper end Stenograpneri.
A YOUNG lady with some office e;;pei ience.
first-class stenographer and typist, would
like a steady position in office. AG
Oregonian. -
STENOGRAPHER Some experience, "ac
curate; permanent position preferred.
Phone A 5440 today.
BOOKKEEPER and stenographer. 13 years'
experience, accurate and rapid, wants po
sition. ALl(t6,Oregjniiin.
STENOGRAPHER, young lady, six years'
experience, lumbering and commercial. AF
80, Oregonian.
WANTED Pla in sewing by the day or hour.
Phone A 2993.
AN EXPERIENCED business woman desires
a position of trust. AE 103. Oregonian.
Dressmaker.
DESIGNER from the East will make suits
or dresses for special low prices to intro
duce work. The Westminster, cor. 6th
and Madison. Main 5582,
GOOD general seamstress and children's
dressmaker would like work by the day or
at home. A J K6, Oregonian.
EXPERIENCED seamstress will call for and
deliver work. PI one East 35b9. Mrs.
O' Do w d.
EXPERIENCED dressmaker wishes- engage
ments, day sewing; reasonable prices; ref
eren ces. Phone Sell wood 1 27 S.
PLAIN or fancy sewing. 730 Wygant st.
Phone C 2780.
DRESSMAKING done, reasonable; refer
ences. Call 326 Hall st.
ANGELES Dressmaking Parlors. 3264 Wasti
lr.gton st suite 216. Main 982, A 538L
STYLISH dresses, ?5 up; waists, $1 up; fine
work ; references. 5 29 E. Mill st. East 5256.
Ho use keepers.
A REFINED Eastern woman wants position
as housekeeper in widower's home in coun
try; good cook and butter maker and ail
around housekeeper. V 101. Oregonian.
Miscellaneous.
YOUNG widow, child two years, wants place
by July 10, light work for home; no
y ashing. S 100. Oregonian.
LA DY, with two children. 7 and 9, wan Js
work at beach; expenses and small wages.
Sell wood 122'J.
GOOD laundress wants more steady work.
Marthe, Main 4'.6.
COLORED woman wants work by the day.
106 North 8th. Main 6379.
WANTED AGENTS.
BOY and girl agents, sell 24 packets of
postal cards for us at 10c each and re
ceive a camera and outfit complete, free.
"Write today. Howard t'o.. Dept. 1. 440
Spe.ice st., Winnipeg, M a. n.
ACTIVE canvassers can make $50 per week
easily selling trees for the Oregon NurBery
o., Orenco, Or. Good territory open; lib
eral proposition. Call or write to Orenco,
pr.
AGENTS wantexl Our excellent home-grown
" nursery stock is in demand ; sales this
season will be immense ; a tlatteiing op
portunity ; cash paid weekly ; outfit free.
Salem Nursery Co.t Salem, Or.
AGENTS wanted to aid us supply the de
mand for choice nursery stock ; outfit
free; cash -weekly. Address Capital City
Nursery Co.. Salem. Or.
AGENT wanted In Washington; fare paid to
Seattle to right man. 'aU today before
2 P. M-. 26 North loth st.
' WANTED TO RENT.
WANTED TO RENT.
We furnish the renter, collect the rent,
pay taxes. Insurance and keep up repairs,
the same for you as though the property
was our own; references, any bank in
Portland.
THE SHAW-FEAR COMPANY.
245 k Stark St.
Phones A 3500. Main 35.
Houses.
W ANTE D A N ATTRACTIVE. WELL-FURNISHED
HOUSE TO RENT FOR THE
S I M M BR : ON R WIT H PLEASANT
GROUNDS AND A GARAGE PRE
FERRED. EDMUND TWOHY.
PORTLAND HOTEL.
UNFURNISHED house. 6 or 7 rooms, family
3 adults; must be strictly modern, In good
residence district; state full particulars;
Al references can be furnished. AB loS,
Oregonian.
Rooms.
TWO young men desire room and board in
strictly private family; $5 week; East
AK 105. Oregonian
YOUNG German wishes small room In pri
vate family; $6 month. AL K9. Orgo
nian. YOUNG couple desires apartment or single
room with sleeping porch; state price. AJ
Hit, Oregonian.
Business I' lace.
LOCATION WANTED.
I want to rent a ground-floor space
In a building In the retail district within
3d and Yamhill sts. and 7th and Oak
sts., rear of building acceptable provided
space and character of entrance is satis
factory ; will require long-term lease; will
want from 1500 to 1800 square feet of
space, width from 20 to 40 feet, length
from 40 to 70 feet; business is of such a
character as to be a credit and asset to
building. Address G 100, Oregonian.
FOR RENT.
Rooms.
DON'T OVERLOOK THIS TODAY.
"M1LNEH BLDG.," 350 MORRISON ST.
M QUERN, CENTRAL. RE A SON ABLE.
Furnished Rooms. '
DREXEL HOTEL.
Third and Yamhill, only three blocks from
Postoffice; electric elevator runs day and
night; free use of phunes and bath, hot
and cold water In each room; new iire
I roof building; 130 rooms; special low
rates for the Summer; also have one or
Awo unturnished rooms. IMP Vj s Yamhill bL
HOTEL SAVON
12-J Eleventh st.
New modern brick building, steam
heated, private baths, hot and cold wa
ter in rooms, beautifully furnished, cosy
and comfortable. Rates Very reasonable.
Call and see us. Regular and transient
trade solicit 3d. '
" HOTEL AN SON I A.
i 124 14th, Cor. Washington St.
Everything new ; large, airy rooms, sin
gle and with bath; telephone in every
room, service free; rates by the day, week
or month; also unfurnished rooms.
MRS. JOS1E SMITH. Manager.
THE BARTON, 13th and Alder, is now un
dergoing a t borough renovat ion ; 7o tea m
heated, electric lignted rooms, all outside.
Kates 75c day; $lo month up. Suites with
running water $20 month up. Phones and
bath free.
HOTEL MAJESTIC, new, modern and ele
gantly furnished rooms, single or en suite,
with or withouth bath, 1 a day and up.
Rates by week or month. 427 Alder st.,
bet. 11th and 12th.
HOTEL BAKER.
Fifth st., opp. City Hall. Phone Marshall
666 New, beautifully furniwhea, hot. cold
water in, every room, public and private
baths; permanent, transient.
HOT-L IRVING.
312 Oak st., corner Sixth. Large, light,
airy rooms, elegantly furnished, electng
lights, running water; low rates. '
HOTEL BrSHMARK.
Washington and 17th, iirstclass furnished
roorm, single or en suite; all modern con
venienies; 3 weekly up. A 2647, M. 5017.
rr t t y .t U'ur OvJUAPV 11 (IT W I
X CI lid At Y wwu.
All outside rooms; hot and cold water,
steam heated; $3 and up per week. Grand
ave. and East Ash.
THE MERCEDES Large pleasant rooms,
all modern conveniences; suitable for two;
also basement room, unfurnished. 2oth
and Washington. ;
THE ASSEMBLY.
Fine furnished rooms; running water,
large yard; rtona61e rent, oth and Madi-so-n
sts.
THE LANDORE 28S Tenth street, at
Jefferson. Choice newly furnished rooms,
within walking distance of business cen
ter SUITE of two rooms, suitable foT 2 or 3
people; all conveniences, close nice
yard,very reasonable. 201 7th st.
THE BEAVER, 12th and Marshall sts., well
furnished sleeping rooms $J.OO per week;
electric lights, hot baths free.
" " THE GAYOSA.
Grand ave. and E. btark. Modern.
$2.50 up.
YOU WILL BE PLEASED.
"MILNER BLDG.." 350V- MORRISON ST.
MODERN, CENTRAL, KEAaON A LE.
MODERN outside rooms, $2.50 to $3 per
week, including baths ; also housekeeping
rooms. 548 b Washington il
FURNISHED rooms Elm Place, formerly
Elton Court Annex, 414 Yamhill and 11th.
Newly furnished rooms, clean and neat; very
central, reasonable. 512 Wash, cor, 16th.
FOR KENT.
FprnUbed Itwnit.
HOTEL M EDFORD,
ONE BLOCK FROM UN1'X DEPOT.
JUST OPENED; new. MODERN brick
building; fjne large ground-Hour i-ll'ice; h"t
nd cold running water in ail rooms;
steam heated ; private baths; very rh-hly
furnished: Rate only $3 and up jr
week; 5k up per day. Call and kio us.
Northeast romep Fittn and GU.-an :.
COSY. HOMELIKE. COM FORT ABLE.
HOMELIKE HOMELIKE HOMELIKE
NEW SCOTT HOTEL.
Seventh and Ankeny Sts,
This poetry may be bad
Not so this little ad.
Which greets you in this paper,
So plain, plain, plain.
This little ad's no" shirk.
For eacli one gets in its work.
Just try us once and you're sure to come
At, a In , 'gain, 'gain.
ANGELA HOTEL 6L'.r. Washington street,
between 19th and Otli. Jubi compleLed,
the cosiest, com pie test and up-io-data
residence hotel in the city. The ground
iloor office is finished in real mahogany,
marble and tile, is spacious and handsome;
elevator service, private telephone ex
change, steam heat, hot and cold water
in ail rooms, many with baths and wall
beds, and is splendidly furnished. The
rent Is very moderate, rooms from $15 per
month up. Why not gdt the best for your
money ? Now open, rooms by the day.
week or month. Phony Marshall 1S50.
HOTEL BRESLIN,
S. W. cor. 11th and Washington sts.
Modern brick building, steam heated,
private baths, hot and cold running water
In rooms, well furnished and now tinder
new management; excellent location, close
to shopping and theater district; rates
reasonable. Call and see what a comfort
able house it is. Transients solicited.
Both phones.
HOTEL SARGENT, Cor. Grand ave. and
Hawthorne. Phone Kuft
201, connecting every room. Private baths,
elevator first-claas grill. Special rates
week or month. American or European-,
Transients sollc i t ed. '
CLEAN furnished rooms at 1M West Park.
Furnished Rooms In Private Family.
LARGE front room, suitable for one or
two; all conveniences, nice ard. treed
and roses; reasonable. 155 lOth, cor. Mor
rison. w
A PLEASANT room. all niodom conven-
. fences; hot water continually. Apartment
4. ."4 Flanders. A 5L4j.
FINE ROOMS, nicely furnished, central, rea
sellable raters. 2'jO l'Hh Ht. Wilson ian.
$0 MONTH, very nice room. bath, nice io
cation, walking U i s t a n c e . 4 5 2 5th.
24S N. 20TH St. Furnished rooms In pri
yato family. Main 3tl40.
FVRN1SHED rooms; free phone and bath;
w ajk i ng dis tance. 3.7 W. Park st.
LARGE, well-furnished room ; private, quiet;
gentlemen only. 2Lo', 2- N.
FURNISHED rooms with or without board
208 Grant ft. M. 5001.
Fl'RNISH ED rooms, modern conveniences;
walking distance. 2S North 10th si.
TWO rooms, en suite or single, with use off
kitchen. 301 loth st.
Vnfurulshed Rooms.
JUST WHAT YOU WANT.
'MILNER BLDG.." 350 fci MORRISON ST
MODERN. CENTRAL, REASONABLE.
FOl'R very fine unfurnished rooms for rent.
Phone East ti:M.
Rooms With iiouj'd.
ROOMS with bard. $( per week; home com
forts; 4 inimite.s walk from I'o.tof fir e;
j hone and bath free ; rooms without boa rd,
?U and up- The Llr.d'-H. 207 Market st.
PORTLAND Women's llnion, 23d year, room
with board, use of -w lug-room und library.
5H Flanders st. Mi-s Frances N. iieaih,
.BUpt.
BEA IJT1FFL front roomR, Hrst-class private
boarding-house, facing the park. 374 Park.
THE CALVA RD -Choice accommodations. 42
Morrison, cor. l:ith; walking distance.
ROOMS with board, reasonable rates. The
Waldorf, 147 t:;th st. M a Jl S. t
Roomn With Hoard in Private Family.
NICELY Furnished room, private tamity.
suitable for two; 2 clothes closets; would
serve breakfast and o'clock dinner; lum
.tar . service. lhor.e East 24 0o.
NICELY furnished front room ; running
water, beautiful grounds, ideal place for
Su miner ; except ion a My k-jocI board. Ihi E.
St h st.. corner W alt i n g ton. Lsisl 1
PLEA HAN'T front room, and board if de
sired, for two or three gc-rtleiien. 14
1 . o w n s d a 1 e , b c : veen I o r v ison iw i d Abler.
NEWLY ftirnlshesd rooms with board. 505
Kast Oak, cor. 1 n. Phone B 2''. in.
432 3D ST., tlat C. nieo clean room, suit
able for two median ics ; home cooking.
LOVELY room, with board; home cooking;
reasonable. 17S Ella st. b
Room and board for 2, $-5 each. Phone Main
540
ROOMS with board for 2 or 4 gentlemen at
eaeh; also pinyle room. 50 Yamlijll.
Fl' RN 1SHED rooms and board. Apply 5i4
M a in st. I'll on u Main 4 :S4.
ROOM with running water,
st.. corner liith. A :-iv2H.
Llo Morrison
Apartments.
ORDE LEIGH A 1'A HTM ENTS.
C"r. Grand ave. ami Stark St.
1 NDKIi NEW ' MANAGEMENT.
New fireproof brick tm lining, bcautifnl
lv fumL-ihed two and three-mom apart
ments, private bath. wall bedn. largo
elothe.s clorfft; plenty of hot water; Sum
mer r.i lej?. Phone I-i.
THE RK-FKAN APA RTMKNTS.
E!aiorateiy furnished 3-room apart men w,
all modern conveniences. Urg' vhudy lawn,
cool verandas, janitor; ra-cs resonbi,
wnlkinK diBmnee. (124 Marshall yu; tiuto
"W car. Main to:. or a a 101.
Till-: OAYOSA.
Modern rnrni.'tH d itpart-nts. irt
ANGELA Al'ARTMiiNTS, 7-JW Trinity Piace
between liuh and 2oUi, nvai U atfhington
New bri-'-k builoins. newiy and elegantly
furnished, complete for houkepeiug, in 2
3 and 4-room apartments; outlcie porcnes;
electric elevator, hot water, telephone ex
change, janitor service. Phone Marshall 1U(0.
HEINZ apartments, 14th and Columbia; 4
blocks south from Murrifrou st-; new briclc
building, completely first-class; furnished
in 2. o and 4 rootn family apartments,
private bath, reception hall, stoam heat,
hot water, elevator, free phone, janitor
service; rent from 25perxiiuiit and up.
CECILIA APARTMENTS. 22d and Gllsan,
2 and 3 room apartment, new 4-atory
brick just completed, all modern conven
iences, each apartment has private ouUidt
balcony, rent reasonable.
THE HKKYLE APARTMENTS.
Strict ly modern, large rooms and thre
closets to every apai tmen t ; t ool and airy
lor Summer. U05 Lovejoy st. Take W
car. ,
ELEGANTLY furnished 5-room apartment,
ull modern. also 4-room 'unfurnished
apartment; wilt be ready July 1. Brain
tree Apartments. 205 12th nu Phoile Main
7741.
FIVE-ROOM furnished apartment, moderq
in every particular; bLam-heated, hot
water, janitor services. with, iirst-clajs
furnishings. Apply to janitor, GGS K.ear
iiey.gt. .
'ON EON T A" APARTMENTS, 137 17th, near
Yamhill lV car at depot;, Z, 3 and 4-roum
furnished suites; hot and cold, phones and
baLhs fret; 0 per month, SO per weelfi
and up. Main 45U7. A 4739. m
HANOVER APARTMENTS, cor. King and
Washing ton sis., a -room apartments, have
every modern convenience, mcluoing steam
beat, hot water, privute bath, free phones
ami janitor service; rent yeryre asonable.
ST E AM -HEAT E D 5 - room a pa rt me n t, mod
ern and d suable; 625 Everett st. Apply
Morgan, Fleldner Boyce, ioa Ablution.
..bids- ,
t'NFL'HNliHKi) 4 and .Vroom apartments;
newly finished, ail modern conveniences;
free phones. 21st and Northrop bis., Wcbt
Sid". l-boliu A 4tRd; .
HvitRiSON COL "RT, best 2 end 4-room un
furnished upiiftments. with all modern
conveniences. iil4 Fifth st. Main 514 S
and A 7303.
THE LAFRE1T H Apartments. 22U 1 1th St.
1 elegantly furnished and 1 unfurnished
3-room apartment; strict ly mouern; botn
phone, 3. ,
THE D-?fc-t 5 and 4-room furnished and un
furnished apartments in the city at owT
Washington si. ; walking uistance.; every
thin tag- n e w a lul moJ eru ; a.l conveniences.
THE WliSTFAL. 4)0 5th st.. fumisced and
unfurnished apartments: private batus and
phone; elevator and janitor service; rent
reasonable. 1 'hone A 203b.
THE NEWCASTLE, "d and Harrison, walk
ing distance ; housekeeping rooms, ingle
and on suite; hot water, phone and bah.
TH 13 LEONCE Apartments. Imj North 2i!d,
between Johnson and Kearney, just opened
In. 3-ioomBUite.-sJinpjeteiy furnish'!.
$2o, $27 TWO and 4 rooms, ba'.h. fur
nished and partly furnished; choice lo-
at ton. K. 5t)4X
KING HILL APARTMENTS,
KIng and Wa.wie Bts. Apply to janitor.
THE CHETOPA. ISth and Flanders, modern
A -room apartments. Apply to janitor.
MODERN 4-room basement apartment, heat,
hot water, etc., 20 month. 05S Flanders.
NICELY furnished 3-room flat to adulta.
3S1 .College, corner Wc-st Park; $30.
A I'M TR A Apartments, 14 th and Salmon st..
unfurnished, reasonable prices.
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