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RIVER LOWEST EVER
Last Week's Mark Sets New
Record for Willamette.
RISE SOON WILL COME
fttae a Itecordrd at Noon of Xo
ifmlm S .01 root Abort) Zero
or Br low All Put FlKurw.
Colombia Also tow.
Th Wi::irtt River at Portland
waa at a lower stage durlnsr th put
wKk than U haa r bn known
sine record, official and unofficial,
have bean kept J. H. Richmond, fore
man of th Morrlon-etrt brld-,
reads tho gauge ther dallr and Thurs
day. Norabr I. It relstrd .ol foot
above sero. This ts tho known reo
nrd. as It never reached sero or wttV
in several Inches of It befor.
Thla readlr.e; wu mad at tho noon
fcoor anil differs from tho Oororn
ment readJns; on that day. which wa
taken at In tha mornlnir. whon tho
tld bed aorao affaot In raJelna- It. Sine
that data It ha rlnan irraduaily and
from now on It will continue, a th
river la always at lt lowest durln
tho latter part of October and early
The Columbia alo bes been 'n a
(rsi'wbit slxllar condition. with
undbare irtakmr their appearance for
Ire first time In a number of years.
Fhlpplnir has not been Interfered with,
aa the channel has always carried suf
ficient for the deepest draft Teasels
except In some parts of tho lower Co
lumbia, wrier ttio Government dredg-ei
are now at work.
Th nnpleaaant featur of th low
etaa-e of to river has been from the
sewes; belnsr dumped on th river
banks because th sewer mains war
not originally bulit far enougtj out. but
any danger that mla;ht have resulted
from this has already passed.
WIXDJAMMER3 TO INCREASE
Shipmaster r red lets Canal Will
Help Sailing- Vessel-.
At th Merchants Exchans; yester
day several shipmasters, two of whom
were masters of tramp steamers now In
th harbor, wer discussing th pass
Ins; of the sal '.Ins; vessel from th
ocean. One predicted that within flv
years ther would not be a sailing- ves
sel In th Columbia Rlvr bound tor
elirn, except with lumber, and than
only to unimportant porta
This remark seemed to meet with
reneral approval until on of th tramp
steamship maatera said: "Ten years
from now ther win b more sailing;
Tassels on the Pacific and Atlantic
oceans than ever before and they wT.l
f.y the flags of all natlona Wb.ll
th opening of tha Panama Canal will
b somewhat responsible for this, or
rather make It possible. It will really
be decided by the question of fueL
"Th prlr of coal la rlslna; annually
and supplies ar gradually being- con
trolled by a few Interests. Today th
prlc of fuel haa trior to do with f!x
lr th price of charters than any
other element of the shlppln business.
When the ranal la opened all maritime
nations will take advantage of th op
portunity and with powerful aea-arolca"
lud stationed at each entrance to th
ranal, vessels can be taken up to th
ranal and off shore esatn without de
lay and at slight expense."
rOLTAI.LOCH MAY LOAD BE RE
Admiral Ttorrraon Coming- and
On tha waterfront th prospct of
th British ship PoUalloch returning;
for eara-o Is discussed, as sh has been
added to th list of carriers for J. J.
9 Moore ex Company to load for Uouth
Africa The vessel has arrived at
han Francisco with coal from New
castle. Her last crco from Portia ml
was finished In March. 1914, and sh
cleared for Melbourne.
J. J. Moor Company have not
decided where the Norwegian tramp
Admiral Borreson will finish loadlnc
far Australia. Sh Is taking- lusher
on Fuget Sound and Is to com to th
Columbia River for another shipment.
The British steamer Rtratnearn ar
rived yesterday from Newcastle with
real for the PaclPo Coast Company,
completing the voyage In r days,
which Is rood time. Th last steamer
to make the same Journey with coal
waa the British steamer (Jul to, arriv
ing December 14. 1 1 0. but aa sh
ism by way of Sen Francisco sh was
41 days In reporting.
ST1WTHE.HW ARRIVES IX PORT
British Strsurmlilp Brings S00O Tons
of Coal FYom Newcastle).
Th British steamer Ptrathearn. which
arrived Saturday night from Newcas
tle. New South Wains, with sMOo tons
of coal. Is at the pacific Coast Com
pany's bunkers, and will begin dis
charging this morning. Phe Is char
tered outward to load a full cargo of
lumber for Melbourne. Australia Her
passsge across was without the slight
est unpleasant tnoldent.
Captain McCoy, her master, was her
three years ago In th steamship
ritrarhlS'on. of the earn line, and loaded
grain for Europe.
Homer In New Service.
MAKSHFIELD. Or.. MoT. 6. (Spe
cial.) According to an announcement
mad today. Coos Bay Is to hav an
other steamer on the passenger and
freight run to nan Francisco, as th
steamer Homer, which was rscently
sold to bcarumelt at Jerome, of Ban
Francisco, la to be operated on th
route. There Is one passenger vessel
running to Pan Francisco and three
Schooner J. J. Ixl?le Strike; on Bar.
El'REKA. CaL. Not. . Endeavoring
to put to sea yesterday In spit of a
heavy swell at the harbor mouth, th
steam schooner J. J. Logic, lumber
laden, struck on the bar and waa bad
ly d.tmaged. bbe waa leaking- badly
when she returned to port.
Th steamer breakwater arrived yes
terday from Coos Bay points with a
F'-'od passenger list and a fair fretjpht.
The steam schooner K. S. Loop sailed
yesterday tor San Francisco with a
rargo of lumber taken en at St. Johns.
Kalama and Westport.
Th motor schooner Anvil sailed last
evening for Tillamook. Newport, plus
lew and Bandon with all th freight
she could carry. S-rie Is now In com
mand of Capt.ttn Alfred Hansen, her
former first officer, who succeeds Cap
tain Robert Jones, resigned.
When th steam schooner Yellow
stone flnlanes discharging her cargo
of cement her she wlU proceed to Su
" ' - " "- " ' ' . . . m
Helens and take on 150.00S feet of lum
ber. So will than go to Hoqutam and
finish her cargo of lumber for San
Th French bark Jules Oommea.
which has arrived from NewcaaU.
Nw Bouth Wales, with a cargo of coal,
has been In this port before and con
tinues with almost th same crew, yet
no man on board, except th captain,
can speak much English.
In connection with an announcement
that th Harrison line, operating from
Europ to Pacific Coast ports, will
carry coffee to th Coast, as Pantos.
Brazil, haa been made a port of call.
It Is mad known that th company
has contracted tor th construction of
stx freighters in European yards so as
to car for th buslnees expected with
th opening of tfc Panama Canal.
Movements of Vessels.
Astoria. Nor. . Condition at th mouth
ef the river at P. moderate; wind
northwest. lO mllae: weather, cloudy. Ar
rived at and left up at loso A. M
Steamer Breakwater, from C"Os Bay. Balled
at SO A. M. Steamer Oleum, for Sao
Lula Bailed at 10 A. s. Steamer F. 8.
Ioop tor Sea Frenclaco. Arrived down at
10 SO A. St. Norwegian eteamer Guernsey.
Bailad at 10S0 A. at. Steamer Alliance, for
foot Bay end Eureka
Sao rreacueo, Nov. a. Sailed t 4 A.
M dteamer Moanoke. for San Diego. Ar
rived at 1 A. at. Steamere Catania and
Carloa Hailed Saturday At P. M-. Steam
er Hqulam; at S P. St., etaamer Westerner;
at P at., steamer Shoshone: at 10 P.
ataemers Waahlsrton and Mavertok. tor
Pearl Harbor. Kov. . Arrived Schooner
Lottie Baonett. from Columbia River.
Tatooeh. Nov. a Paaeed In at P.
Brttiah eteamer Kobert Dollar, from Pert
land, tor Seattle,
lo AnfMM, Nov. B. Arrived Rlvwrsrae.
from Palbo Panama; Charlee Nelaoa. from
Mukllteo. Sailed Queen, for San Fran
claoo; Tela for Baa Francisco; Bear, tor
Portland; Coo Bar. for Bao Franoleco:
North. and. for Portland; Teeemlte. tor San
slattla Jev. 8. Arrived . rol
phm. from Skagway; steamer Robert Dol
lar, from Astoria; ateamar De.bl. from
Southeastern Alaska: etaamer Prl "oe Rupert
from prince Rupert. Sailed Steamer
Prince Rupert, for Prince Rupert.
San Francisco. Nov. 8 Amved Colum
bian, from Seattle; Daisy, from Wlllapa.
President, from Seattle; Catania, from As
toria ship Btsr of Zeland. from Lorlng.
Alaska: carloa. from Aatorla: British eleera
shlo Caltio King, from Maaaf.an. for Van
couver, put la for fuel and In aiatreas; Nor.
weg'.an eteamer Cursco. from Tacoma. to
eomplete loeding; Thomas I. Wand, from
Eteratt- e'slled M. F. Plant, for Seattle.
Fanta Monica for Oraya Harbor: colonel
E. L- Drakee for Seattle, barce V4 la tow.
Tides a Asserla ateoday.
High. 1-. . M
A. M T S feetStlT A. M. . . . ! feet
0;1T P. M 8 fool p. M -0 foot
DAJtLT METXO BOLOtilC AX BITOBT.
PORTt JtND. Nov. 5. Maximum temper
ature fie degrees; minimum. degreea
River reading at A M.. 20 fet; change In
last 24 houra. 0.S foot file. Total ralnfsal
S P. M to P. M . 0.23 Inch; total rain
fall since September 1. 111. a4l Inchea;
normal rainfall since September 1, a&
Inchea; deficiency of ralnfeil since September
1. lKlL 0 Inch. Total sunshine Novem
ber 4. none: poaetble sunahlna, 9 hours. 04
mlnttt'ea Barometer (reduced to sea-level)
at a P. do. OS Inches,
Canary f ..
fee at olne
Gal vaatoa. . . . . .
Jacksonville. .. . ,
North Kaad. ....
Par ram en to. . ..
St. I.nule. .......
Pan Franclse. ..
Wlnolpeg. . . .
An nnusuat movement ef the Canadian
-low- westward hsa reeolted In a severe
storm dnrlng the day. with high winds over
the Pucet Sound country and along the
Washington coast. Storm warnings cov
ering th'a region were ordered dlpplayed at
7 M A. at. and velocltlee of 44 ml lea aa hour
from the west at Tatooeh Island, and 42
miles from ths northwest at North Head
were reported this evening. High preeeure
stl'.l obtains oft the Oregon-California coast
and east of the Mlvlselppl River, while the
pressure Is quite low esst of the Rocky
Mountains from Tevaa northwestward to
A'berta. Precipitation, generally light, has
occurred In Oregon, waahlngton, Idaho.
Weetern Montana, Colorado. In the Plelna
States, lower Mississippi Vslley and on ths
Central Atlsntlo Coast. A thonder storm
was reported from Dodge City. Kan. The
weather Is cooler In Southern Idaho. North
ern CO'orado. Western Nebraska and West
ern South Dakota, and It Is warmer In the
Red River Valley sod In the Ohio and the
lower Mississippi V alleys. Gulf States and
Conditions ere favorable for generally fair
weather Monday In Western Oregon and for
occasional rain In Faatem Oregon. Waah
lngton and Idaho. ftrtak to high southwest
to west wlnda will continue tonight over
Weetern Washington, hot they will diminish
In force Vondsv afternoon. No decided tem
per ture changoe are indicated.
Portland and vicinity Fair; westerly
Oregon Fair west, occasional rain east
portion : westerly wtnda
Washington Occasional rain: brisk to
high southwsst to west winds, dscrsaalng In
teres during the efternoon.
ldaho Occasional rain.
THEODORE F. TRAKB.
Acting District Forecaster.
Al'CTION BALK, TODAT.
At tS4H Markat St., eor. Sd St. Furniture,
etc. at 10 A. M. Geo. Baker A Co. Aao
tlooeera At Wilson s Auction Rouse, at IS A. M.
Furniture. 171-g-S Second etreet.
BHARKET At the family residence. T
Benton St.. November 5, Cecilia May
Chsrkey, Infant daughter at sir. and aire.
William S. Sharkey.
t NIGRAL NOTICXav
M ARSTCIN In this dry, November S.
Martha A. Marston. aged is yeara. be
loved mother of Mra Philip Nela Funeral
will take place from funning Si McEn
tae's ehspel tomorrow (Tuesday), Novem
ber a at A. M. Servtcee at St. Francis'
Church, corner . Pins and 12th streeta
at 80 A. M. Friends respectfully In
vited. Interment Rose City Cemetery.
JUKKLET At ths family reeldence, Luther
station. noTrami - . - - ' .. ... ,
...1 74 ttars 1 month. 24 dsva Funeral
eervicee will be held from the realdsnce
todav t Monday . November u 1 1. a.
Interment Rlvervlew Cemetery.
iONnTH ILOH.tl. CO
Phenee: Mala li A 11S.
MrKatee, Faaersl Direeseea,
Tth aad line.
alalaat. OB Ice ed t eeaty
A. K- ZPJ.LF.lt CO.. 44 W 11 llama its
Fbooe Kaat IPS. CISSa. Laaly eiteadaal.
J f yiy L E V M SON. Id aad M a .Oeeav
Lady attemtanTheae Mala A 1S.
tl)eAKD HOLMAX CO., Funeral Ktreet
rs. t: Id st. Lady assistant. Pbeas M. sos.
HDK Faaeval Directors, snisssisrs
ta r. B. Dunning. Inc. E. fit. B IMS.
I KSt II. l lJarlaker, ear. Kaet Alder aad
glata- Leas 7sl. t isaa Lady asslalsae.
OREGON HUMANE SOCIEH
omrr tlTT H MX- Mala MS. A 76S.
lit M(M OFlltLB, Sergeant Crate.
Keaiien.e. 14 E. 24th N Fart
R A Dunmlre, Rea M Wasco St.
W. G. Faton. Kea. TI E. 14th. fast 174.
Haree Ambulance. A 4K'l. Pr. Ex.
Nishts. ttmdara and Uelldaya A 4USS; Pn,
Sva. . Iruaa. 7,
. 40 o. 1(1! SS Rain
60 O.OOj 4 E ; lasr
. o C0 4 SB Cloudy
. bv 0.00; t SB Cloudy
41 0.00' S SW Clear
. 44 O.Ol! S SS Rain
tl 0.01 4 S Cloudy
M O.0O' 4 4 Cloudy
7 0 0 001 8 R Cloudy
. 4? 0.00 4 SW Cloudy
. "2 0.00 IONS Cloudy
4A n sn if fa Rain
.10 HH s sT 'cloudy
44 0 on III tv Clar 1
TOO.oo! e E Icioudy '
S4 0.oo: 4 K clear
1.1 tt.1 NW '-loudy
T4 0.0"i: 4 w k'lear
4( 'l.t:1 S SB Cloudy
Be.0. 2312 w cloudy
. o 0.0i IU SW Rain
T4 0 f- 4 NWlClear
I 4 'l it 14 SK Rein
142 O.OOI 4 SE Cloudy
410.0V 4 E Cloudy
6" O.Pfl' SW Clear
TI 0 no 14 W Clear
J 80 0.114te Pt cloudy
I 44 0 2; 14 W Clear
J i:i.fii:'nr clear
.1 soo.i-2 12 w cioody
I n o.V 4 s Pt. cloudy
J 44 0 oo 12 s Iciondy
HEILIG 7th and Tay lor.
FHOVEg MA IX 1 AND A 1US.
Tnwan. a.ia rvnATK.
ksrrww aaA Wedaeeday Nlghta
Pearleee Ameiiraa Soprano,
la ths Beautiful Comle Opera.
"THE P.R.I)1SK OF MaHOMET."
Fveellent Compeny. Pp'.endld Production.
Enure lower floor $1 .: balcony Il-Ou.
T 5c. 50c: gallery. 10c
SEAT SALE TOMORROW.
HEILIG 7th aad Taylor
PHONES MAIN 1 AND A 112.
S NIGHT BEC.rVNTNO NEXT THCR8.
Special Prlo Matlne Saturday.
Henry B. Harris Presents
THE COMEDY OF CTTT LIFE
By Edgar Selwyn.
Splendid Cast. Magnldcsnt Production.
Evenings: lrwer floor tl.fiO. $1; balcony,
S rowa 11.00, rows .So. 11 rows BOol
gallery. Xio. SSo. Saturday statin eel
LOO, Tfio, BOc, (So. J So.
B AKER '-Htev
Tonight, all week, bargain matinee Wed.
2lo: Saturday matinee. 25c SOo.
BILLY t SINGLE! CLIFFORD,
ta the merriest riot of mirth snd melody.
"Tint GIRL THE
MAN AND THE OAMI-"
nt glrla Made especially
lass. Brightest comedy in
85 neople. to per oei
tor laughing purpoaas. pngnieei cuu.
yeara Night prlcea. 2fVc. 75c. tl-0O.
r. ell wee a - i ne inus '
xirr e a tot
k MAITXU EvaafiT DAT
WF.EK NOVEMBFB Pat Koooey J Mar
lon Beat, preeenling "The Busy Bell Boy I
Fd. F. Rejnard. Masle King A tympany.
Three Illckev Brolhera. laulltt Moran.
Lynch A Zeller. Lee Arado.
S v. Tnflerllle.
WFFK NOVKUBKR Special Fngagesnent
Harney tegaa and Henrietta Bro,,..T.
Tlvoll Quartet. I'almrr and. I-ei". r""
and Hlaford. Happy Harrison and His Mule.
Ilaamlie, Mlse .viay tumw. '
Popular prlcea Matinee Dally. 2:110. 1
Uatlnee Every Day.
., j. v ,,.1 vl I i e.
irmr XOTEVBER Heavdllne. Harry
laerrace Charles M outre 11, Edward tara,
hr.lln The Tw. K . tiraada-
acope. Pncee. Ic and 75c.
t&4. ROT AL ARCANUM, meets at
V '. -"f K. P. hall. Elsventh and Al-
ev.. ( - Iv- r. nail.
ak, 'Jit der atreets. the fir
Ta':-"t-V2t Mondays of ssch
QV-iivF P. U. V H. NOL
91.SF cars Crlbban A
. rat uu
. - u --, Ft a. I. AV nrilOD Vsse
frvntnth s&ad Upthur 8t.
WIIaIMETTD LsOIKJBS, no.
a. A. " F. AND A. M Stat4
F evening, at 7:80 o'clock. Work
In M. M. nagrea viaiung oei-
W. 8. WEEKS. Sea.
HARMONT LODOB. Nl IX
A. F AND A- M. Special oom
munlcstlon this (Monday) ova.
st 7:80 o'clock. Work In ths M.
M. degree. Visiting brsthrea
w oleoma W. M. DK LIN. Sec.
CAM ELI A CHAPTER NO. STT. O.
E. B. Stated oommuntcatloa this
(Monday) svsnlng In Masonlo Tem
ple. West Park and Yamhill, at 8
p. M. Degreea By order of W. M-
LTDIA fiUTTKHnuniu, over.
PORTLAND COM PANT. NO. 10T, will
elva wblet and dance. November 8. at W.
O W. Templa Eleventh street, between
Washington and Aldsr. Union muslo and
CUSSIFIED AD. RATES
Datlr " BamdmT- Per Una.
On trna - l
Name ad two eonseratlv times. e
Kami ad threw conaecotlve Ume ...... SOO
bame ad sis or seven oonaeoutlve Uinea. sue
ltemluanoee ssuat accompany nt-of-towa
"w'Ss one adwerttsemesit la not ran ta ooev
eerutlve bvanes the one-time rate applies.
Mi words count as em line en cash ad
vertisements and ae ad counted tor lees
'cWeer book advartl-rment. the
charge will be based on the actual number
of lines appearing In ths paper, rogardie-s
at the numoev of words In each line.
In New Today all advertisements are
charged by measure only. 14 lines to the
Situations Wanted, Mala.
Situation Wanted, Female.
The above rate apply to advertlsesnenoi
under "New Twday" and aU other clssslllca
Uons except Ing. the following:
Oregonlan will aereat elaaelfled adrerttee
meote over the telephone, providing th ad
vertiser ts a subscriber to either phone. Ne
prices will be quoted over the phone, but
hill wtU be rendered the following day.
Whether eubeequens eaverriaeraemn am am
accepted over the phone depende npon the
promptneee of the payment of telephone ad
vertisements. Situation Wanted and Per-
snnal aflteue-iuwi. " --.
ever uib im-v" " " -. ; .
sertlon only will be accepted for "Honeee
. . r. ai . m " .Tluaineae
lor no, . . '
Opportuultlee." "Boomlng-houses" a
-Wanted to KeBt.w
We hav flv of the choicest blocks
In Capitol Kill, and In each of these
blocks there are from three to flv lots
tft If is nur Dumose to entirely clean
tip these odds snd ends, therefore, peo
ple desiring; valuable property at a
great sacrifice will hav a chano for
the next ten days to get a great bar
gain. It Is not that we need th
money, as w will sell any of these
lots with very small payment aown;
only that we want to clean up some
broken blocks In our tract "all same
ierarfment stores." CaDltol Hill has
Its own water plant, the best private
water plant ever constructed; water
mains In front of every lot: atreets and
sidewalks. Capitol Hill Is Inside th
city, 6-cent fare, take to uregon hiiec
trlo car on Tenth street any place from
th North Bank Depot to Salmon sereet,
nr at Olda. Wortman A Klng-'e store.
and go see Capitol Hill for yourself; It
Is only 15 minutes' ride from the busi
ness center. Title Is perfect. Abstract
furnished free with every lot Call at
our office and ask us how cheap w
will sell you toes valuable lots.
Clohessy & McGuire
MS-17 AMagtoa Balldlag.
4TOLLIS, BERRIDGE at THOMPSON,
PUBUC ACCOUNTANTS, AUDITORS,
834 Worcester Block. Pksss Mala 97.
Mortgage Loans 5
For the Larger Amounts.
EDWARD ti. GUI. DICK.
CO? JOHN E. CRONAN, HOT.
XJ V SOS Spaldlag Bide f V
T Loan Today. Mortgage Tisna
Aim. H. THOMAS.
8. Alasweuh AUug-. ed aad Oak.
r Vg bmi... a reaeldla
MOyDATt XOTEMBER 6. 1911.
On a corner, in a choice
location; building is
new and modern and
. aw. . 11
contains lo two, tnree i
and four-room apart
Property under 5-year
A. H. BIRRELL CO.
202 McKay Building,
3d and Stark Sts.
. Jir4siii i.iLir.i. --JrL, -.-?v
Ali DsiBBR, Architect.
Full dctcii Is of construction ;
CXJR BOOK IS FREE,
Portland Building AssV
3221bHA'WK Bldo .
Individuals of Big Affairs
A man qualified by ssperlenee and of
roed ablllte. capable of nlilm acceptablr
anv hlh-rsds or otriclsl position requlrtnc
superior business and sxeeutlve oapacltr, is
epen for engagement.
Competent to asaume management or
large affairs. Able oraanlser and food dis
ciplinarian. Position of responsibility or
trust In either ths executive or operatlnc
Bold with Isrse corporstlon. prlvats Indi
vidual of means or estate desired.
ace 4.: hsbits sbaoiutely correct: recora
clear. Will go anywhere. Balary must be
liberal Address AV 6H1. Oreitonlsn.
On East Madison street, near
E. 25th. Good honse, 7 rooms;
lot 50x100. Terms to suit the
202 McKay Bldg,
Third and Stark Streets.
FINE FARM FOR SALE
S8 seres. 11
Corvallls, In best section of Willamette
Valley: 00 acres In cultivation. 100
seres can be Irrigated: dltcies and
flumes on place. Orchard land In
vlolnity. planted to trees, selling
IG00 per acre. This is a strictly cho
farm, lies beautifully and suitable
all purposes; 45 acres seeded to alfalfa.
Plac now rents for $1200 per annum.
Fenced well with hog-tight woven w re.
Railroad passes through farm, making
It convenient for shipping.. Price ,20.000.
Terms. . v
B09 HcKsr BntldlnaT.
15 HOJtEST SNAP.
Three) lots on Hawthorne avenue,
cloee In two lots 60x100 each, one lot
46x100 for less than nearly any lOOx
100 on Hawthorne. The owner Is In a
tight place and wants to sell badly. It
Is a fine buy. For further Information
call on me at. my office.
O. FRED FISH,
BIS aad 514 Selling Building, Oppostt
OresOB'ss Building. A 7711, M dtl.
UMTCD CDfiMT 1280 x 400 feet d a a p.
nUCn I null I Choice location; 600
teet railroad switching on premises. To
leas for term of years.
W. J. MAKEUS. 1424 Teon Bldg.
KEA I. KPTATK PIALCTs,
fesck. William O, UB-114 FalUns bids.
BBUBAKEB 4s BS1NBD1CT. 401 attKa
bids. al. 54s.
Chapia Harlow, lit Chamber Ommsna
Cook. B. 8. Co, I0S Corbett bids,
jannlnrs Co. Main lit t Oreronlan.
PALMER-JONES CO.. H. 404-40-4O4
Ib union steal Estate Co. Orand sra and
Multnomah. St. (Hollsdar Addltlon.
xlso s full lots on 80th, between Jarrstt
and KJlllnssworth. a snap; I4S0 cash saay
terms baianca Owner, Cutbertn. eui iio-
"j-ORTLAND HEIGHTS. EXCLUSIVELY.
tteeutliui nomea u
views, locations and prlcea Can suit you.
Italn I5S1. BROOKS. Ais!:
IN Council Crest Park Addition. 80x120 ft.
lot on car line, beautiful view of city and
vallsy. Terms. Mra J. Su Pstsr. 1821
8Sd St-.verett. Wash.
beb "L "Voir Co. for WEST SfDE prop
erty Exoluslvs dealers In West bid
realty. , ,
GrOUBfl HOOT vi'vymiun.
tat 75x100. on -1st St., between Braxee aiid
lCnott. faclns east; Improvetnanta all in
and paid tor. For particulars phone Wood
lawn SUlis or C 2-1-
ALBERTA bualneaa corner 40x10. 11500; an
other at HO0; tsrma. Phoas Taoor 17.
1 1 E. Morrison.
LARGE-lot. 40x142, M ar xu elite ava. aewar.
water. as. 41250. Owner. Tabor Wi.
SIX oorner lots in Corona Park; forced
sale, 24 Flanders st. Phone A 20&
1330 EQClTTln Ralstons bunsalow. or
tltls for 1750: snsp. Marshall 1D2.
rOR SALE or axchanxe: equity In block
39, Bayocean. Woodlawn 1656. C 177.
CORNER Esst "th and Ankany; lIO.OOO;
fins apartment sua 423 Esst Anksny.
60x105, CEMENT wslks. 75. ZeUa Ooa-
u, T wsst Kllllnsawortli are.
LAPD ADDITION. FINE COBR
A swell corner. eOilJS. with all street
Improvements paid: SS. corner t slm ana
Mulberry sta. close to Hawthor "
walking distance and handy to 4 carl in ea
Price 52o0; part cash, balance terms at
6 per cent.
GP.rPfT A BOLX18.
818 Board of Trade Bltig-. 4th and peg.
12C0 THREE fine, full-sised lots in re
atrlcted district (value Hi'S0 can be bed
tor IU'uO by paying all cash. For,u'
ther Vnlcular. concernl th.s
SNAP see Carter-Dugan Company. o-
Cnsmber of Commerce bldg.
Bight on carllne. ui rer Washington st.
sdjotalng City Park. West Stth and x ant
hill. .National Realty & Truer Co. 1.3
Chamber or commerce
flO DOWN. lu M".' 1
Fl. view lot. matured U lr.a re
stricted dlatrlct, near car. cement warns.
Bun Run water, fruit cared tor fra.t
charge, 201! Board of Trad bldg. star
snail 4 is. a iuit
... rrr T ,Ta
- Mount Tabor. East 72d st. near Bu.
Line road; one or two lots. 8BXS-. very
cheap at -825 each. Owner, AO 645. Ore-
iToWXER-Lot 3. block 21. Wesunore-
jand. near new necu
C:iri. - Oia. re-K.J11.4-.aa.
For t ale House.
MK. LOT OWNExv. pVop:
ERTT WITH A HOME. FLAT UK
APARTMENT; WILL FIN AN .CIS "AT A
LOW RATE OF INTEREST. PLANB
FURNISHED FREE 'S OVEkT
TO COME IN AiDjJlfs uv
ARCHITECT AND BUILDER.
PoTEPWILL FUHNISH "FSM So$ET
W?VBAlST c8 BC.V CONTRACT
1NO f-CMTMaW 'aBlSOTOX BLD.
Am leaving city and must acr'B" .
new 5-room bungalow In 'IZ.U
close to oar; everything modorn ana very
easy term. H PHILUPS. .
6B0 East 60th St. North, ol SM Board
of Trade. Residence phone Tabor 845L
Office thonea Marshall 47S. A lO
kiwi fnr a. line 8-room bungalow on
K B.rrlaon at., with sleeplns Porcn.
panel dining-room, beamed I ;"ln
tltcnen. built-in buffet, taraxct. s ewer,
walks and street Eraaed and paid tor,
for a few dnys only; terms.
BLANC HARD 4 CLKMSON,
FOR SALE IN IRVIXOTON
Two fine now 8-room modern bouaes
hardvfoca noors. piaie - .ir closet
l.hed sttlo. full-sized mirror on all closet
aoors, beam ceuins, uu,..- ninVka
"replace, choice neighborhood, two blocks
from school, 10 miiiuicD ".-o i,t -12th
. -in nnlflr trade. &18 li,st wu
at. North, corner Knott. C 2269
OWNER leaving city '" 'A"U.
beautiful homo, located In th,,A'f
trlct on East 0th St.; has a large rooms.
!r?. "tic. sleeping porch
beamed celllnga. paneled dining-room.
Dutch .kitchen, fireplace, furnace
seats, buffet, bookcases, etc.; everytning
. complete. 301 E. 1 1th st. E. 602o.
GTH-ST HOUSE, NEAR SHERMAN.
Good l'l-room house; furnace, gas fun
baaement, nice bath. 2 toilets: lot 41x
lOd; on 6th St., near Sherman. Price
S7U00. A snap. Psrt cash.
ORUSSI & BOLD8.
81S pnerd afTradeJBJde4th and Oak.
i'-SOO nlcs. new 6-room bungaiow rooms
and' bath upstairs. ''"P1.,",'
n,..., ifttrhen etc.. taj aad electric nx
ture. all n concrete basement and walk,
near school and car. Call owner. Main
B348. for this bargain.
FIVE six-room homes, fireplaces hM-d-
wood tloors. furnaces, with sll built In
modern conveniences; near carUnei a"
street Improvements paid; montnly pay
merit man. Provident Investment &
trustee Co.. 201. 202. 208 Board of Trade
if; Phone Marsh-all 473. A 1022.
-.A. TVTTT UAM PT 17S0.
Modern 7-room house on Marshall st
near 2Sd st. This Is future business prop-
rt7"H. P. PALMER-JONE3 CO
404 Wilcox Bids.
Main 809. A 2DJ3.
MODERN 10-room house, sleeping-porch,
bll Hard-room, furnace, clothes chute,
toilets, oomblnatlon fixtures, etc. beat
finHh; oonvenleut to seven cars, walking
dlstsnce; aell on very easy fj"''"'!
owner 1'ves In house: can be seen any
time. - 812 Morris st., near Lnlon avo.
Pin 6-room bungalow, brand now, f! re
el ace. buKst. bookcases, Dutch kitchen,
ft" moiern In every psrtlcular. close w
car- very desirable corner; pries JoOOO,
eaay terms. Call owner. Main 4S85. morn
ings or alter o r. j.
ROSE CITY PARK.
T rooms, bullt-ln buffet, bookcases, sorld
eak floors, furnace. fireplace, mirror
doora National Realty & Trust Co, 723
Chambsr ol t,ommqn-e.
tofixlOO WITH modern 2 -story, 9-room
horns In the heart of Holladay Addition
H i. 13th st. ThU 1. a fin. Investment,
either for a home or speculation; will
?ak. a farm not too far Irom P Z"1?
exchange for part or all of price. W est
ern Hecurltles Co.. 414 Spalding bldg.
. ...... c:T-ir
Seven-room house. $3250; must be sold
this week. It embodies all that Is needed
to make a nest, comfortable, attractive
noma, This section is rapidly growing In
ialus Let me show you. 820 Chamber
of Commerce. Phone Marshall 662. Terms.
Ruilt for a home, absolutely modern m
everv oartlcular, best of construction, for
sale by owner. Terms ,1000 cash, balanoe
on monthly payments. 637 East 17th St.
Y,. T SIDE, close In, 11450.
6 rooms. lot U8x50. .
Arthur St.. walking distance.
St. Improvements In snd Palo.
FRED W. GERMAN,
829 Burrulde. M. or A 2778.
ea750 S-room house, oorner 11th and
Thompson. 467. East facing, all street Im
provements In snd paid for; lot 60x100.
This Is a snap. Part cash. Woodlawn 3228
or C 2429.
ACCOUNT sickness; dandy new bungalow
1181 Ivon St.. offered at sacrifice and
on your own terms until 12th to respon
sible buyer. Phono owner, Barney, Main
TO BE SOLD AT ONCE.
Oeod house, with 2 acres, west side of
town t3.0; S500 down,
NATIONAL REALTY & TRCST CO..,
723 Chamber of Commerce.
100x100 Modern, well-built. 7-room house,
beautiful lawn, garden, roses, trees; on
Sandy boulevard. 13 minutes' car ride to
nth and Washington; no agents; leaving
clcy ; a paie
OWN a home of your own, be Independent;
ioOiIOO. J500 or leas cash and $20 per
month. East Highland st, near 17th.
Phone owner. 6:S0 to 7:30 P. M, Marshall
WILL sacrifice: forced to sell my elegant,
brand new 8-room house, up-to-date, Ross
City Park; ons block to car. N 620, Ore
gonlaa. " IRVINGTON BUNGALOW.
Very attractive. 7. rooms, elegant loca-.
tlon East mh near Thompson st-, $6000;'
no stents. A E 550. Oregonlan.
4 e.6500 Modern 6-room house, with sleep
ing porch, lot 60x10a Eighteenth near
Thompson- Phone East 66U7.
FOR " SALE 7-room, new, modern house,
18th and KllUngsworth. let 50x100, fruit
and shade trees. $200, balance to suit.
Apply owner. AT 656. Oregonian.
SEVERAL BEAUTIFUL HOMES.
Osk finish, cheap. Irvlngton, best res
idence location in city. C I860, East 273,
No sgents. W. H. Herd man.
itfl-W FOB modern 6-room bungalow, lot
MrrtoOL beautiful lawn and roaes, easy
terms Phone Wooalawn 3229 or c 2-I2P.
ALBERTA. $J550. modern bungalow, $1850;
forced loss 00; $1200 cash, Woodlawn
i(f-ROOM modem double house. Just paint
ed carllne. 16 minutes out; $600 cash
will handle. Address AV 442, Oregonian.
fi-OR SALE 6-room house. In Highland;
must be sold at once. Call evenings. A
S-EV modern 7-room bunealow. by owner.
cheap; terms. Inquire 74 B. 65th st. N.
Tabor 161 i
SEE Le Noir A Co. for WEST SIDE homee.
Exclusive dealers In West Bids property.
Ground floor Chamber of Commerce.
v-v t- modern -5-room bungalow, near car,
East Side; will be sold quick on easy
terms. pnone Jaaran-i jj.
V-inow wishes to sell her new bungaiow,
modern. AD 544. Orsgonlan.
jcEW 6 rooms, gas. furnsce. terms. ZeUa
Gossetv. o-. ...
Tv IRVINGTON For sale, modem reat
denes For particulars phone C 2384.
4-ROOM house, cement basement, with bath,
a as. reasonable. 752 Halgnt are.
For Sale Houses.
STREETCAR snd raj'.rosd shopmen read
this: Close to new P. R- U P. shops,
also 8. P. R. R. Co. shops, where tho u
eands of men win bo employed, I bayea
beautiful 5-room and attic bungalow,
full cement basement, with launory "
oak floor, best of plumbing, ensme.ea
bathroom: rooms tinted; woodwork nano
rubbed and beautifully finished: cement
walk around house; sewer and water con
nected; all ready for business; price s.bw.
small cash payment, bal. monthly, no
mortgage to assume; straight contract.
A. McGrath, 331 Chamber of Commercs
PORTLAND HEIGHTS residence of 7 rooms
new and modern In every particular. Has
reception hall, nursery and sleeping-porch.
View Is unobstructed and location and sur
roundlnta are equal to any on the Heignts.
House Is beautifully finished inside and
has Tleasin exterior with sloping banks,
winding stairs approach from street ana
concrete waiL Lot Is 00 by 110 feet. Pries
tl2.5O0. terms may be had. for full par
ticulars see us.
PARRISH. WATKINS CO,
230 Aider St.
EASY PAYMENTS. ,
Five-room bungalow. Just completed,
near Sandy road, 2 blocks to Rose City
Park car: double constructed, oak floors,
bullt-ln bookcases and buffet. Dutch kitch
en, largo closets, attic, flreplace. furnace,
laundry trays, light fixtures, shades, wai.s
tinted, yard rraded and cement walks;
lot 50x100. with excellent view. Price
$3400: $20(1 cash, balance easy terms.
E. A. HOISIN'GTON.
625 Board of Trade. .Main 673S.
WASCO-ST. BUNGALOW. $500.
Brand-new swell 5-room bungalow, fine
fireplace, double floors, buffet, bookcases.
Dutch kitchen, lot S3 1-8x100: street Im
provement all paid; on Wasco, near 27th.
Price only $3100; $5O0 cash and 23 per
month. Very nifty little home In a nice,
close-In location, and cheap.
GRUSSI & B0LD3.
81S Board of Trade Bldg., 4th and Oak.
wt-ct. or cnt n at nvrFL
MODERN 6-ROOM HOUSE, ON FULL
LOT. CLOSE IN. ON HAWTHORNE
AVEf.. WITH ALL MODERN CON B-NIEN-rrES:
BEAUTIFLU LAWN AND
ROSES ON BEST CARLINE IN CITY:
ALL IMPROVEMENTS IN AND PAID;
LOT ALONE WORTH S000: OWNER
MUST HAVE CASH AND WILL SELL IF
TAKEN AT ONCE FOR 4:i00. CASH
REQUIRED, tl'iOO. F B56. OREGONIA-N.
6-ROOM bungalo v, with sleeping-porch. 838
Rodney avo. 1 hone East 403S.
For Salts Business Property.
BEST business lot on Portland Heights,
easy terms; will trade for bungalow. AM,
Unexcelled location on 13th and Main.
Real Estate Dept.
Chamber of Commerce Bldg.
16.54 PER CENT NET.
SB-room apartment-house, c ose In. West
Side; secured lease 6 years; $14,000; $.500
cash. AE 548. Oregonian.
lS-PERCENT INCOME 15 PER CENT.
Aparinient-house, fine property, $13.t,ou:
3iK)0 cash will handle. 206 Rothchild jiidg.
Yl 000 BEAUTIFUL new flats. Income $100
month; fine location. 863 Monroe, near
Union. Extra well built. Owner. Terms.
For Sale crege.
18 per cent on your cash
Rental 12000, cash In
V advance, on
12 miles from city.
All Improved, on county road and a.
t. R, R., which Is being electrified.
Takes $S00O cash to swing It. Get your
$J000 CASH INCOME the moment you are
in position to sign lease.
Let us tell you more sbout It.
WELLS & LABER.
406-8 Swetlacd Bldg. Main 3988.
CHICKEN and fruit ranches near Portland,
walking distance to good town: running
water, best soli, free wood, splendid fruit
district; view of Columbia River and snow
peaks: 2 acres, $250; 5 acres, $400; 10
acres, $800; 10 per cent cash, easy pay
ments; other tracts near railway station.
$25 to $40 per acre,
. FRANK M'FARLAND REALTY CO,
309 Yeon Bldg.. Portland. Or.
CHOICE ACREAGE TRACTS.
Close to Portland. Rich walnut, fruit
and garden land; only small cash pay
ment, balance pays for Itself In products
now on the land, which we acceDt same
as cash. We own the properties and are
the onlv people making this liberal offer.
FIRLAND3 TRUST COMPANY,
606-8 Spalding bldg.
HAVE 6 acres near electrio line to sell to
right party for small payment down, bal
ance monthly or quarterly to suit; also
10 acres a little farther back, planted to
fruit, on lowest terms to right parties.
It's best of soil and produces lots of po
tatoea $100 down will handle this! can
work out some payments. AL 650, Ore
gonian. OREGON CITY CARLINE,
B acres. 4 blocks from station, on tele
phone line, electrio lights, etc; good
soil, suitable for garden truck, poultry and
cow: price $560 acre, easy terms. National
Realty & Trust Co., 723 Chamber of Com
merce bldg. Main 6129.
DO YOU WANT A SNAP?
4 8-10 acres raw land, with about $22(5
worth of wood and a two-room house, 1
mile from Troutdale, on Sandy River;
Ideal for chicken ranch; $525 cash.
THE CEDERBERGH-ENEBO CO.
016 Henry bldg.
$100 GIVES POSSESSION.
Lfberal terms on balance; 6 aores best
garden land In valley, near Canby; In
fine state of cultivation, suited to onions,
celery, potatoes, etc; one good crop will
pay for it, Rioe, owner. 803 Merchants
gi ACRES, all under cultivation; mile
from electric station at Tigard; will ex
change for good city property; no Inflated
valuta Provident Investment A Trustee
Co 201 20a 203 Board of Trade bldg.
Phone Marshall 473, A 1022.
TEV acres beaverdam land, under Irriga
tion and ready for crop, best for onions,
celery, cauliflower, potatoes, etc; river
and rail transportation; nothing better
anywhere; low price and easy payments.
Investigate. 612 Couch bldg.. 109 4th at.
tH"5 BUYS 10 acres deep redshot soil, adapt
ed to fruit and vegetables; all smooth and
tirable; no rock; wood and water; close
to "school, postoffloe and store; within easy
reach of Portland, and the cheapest land
on the market. 512 Couch bldg.. 109 4th.
1 $1750 S ACRES, big timber, close In
r west Side. H acre in cultivation. 2-ro
house and barn; good soli, no waste, coun
ty road on Jwo sides; this will pay from
the start; half cash. Owner, X 449, Ore
FOR SALE or lease 20-acre tract, suitable
for garden truck or poultry; six miles
from Portland; running water; part sub
ject to Irrigation; house and barn- Ad
dress owner. AF 686. Oregonian.
I WISH TO SELL AN ACRE OF LAND
h v.iutt Side, close to carllne. low
price; easy terms; unusual opportunity for
you, JLJ uw, .-n .
irREAQH and farms, from $12.50 per acre
up' large and small tracta Call Kinney
it Stampher, 631-2 Lumber Exchange bdg.
PTVE acres, Just 1 mile east of Mt. Tabor,
all cleared. Price $4000. Must be half
caah. Address C 6T4. Oregonian.
Jsoo IDEAL 2 acres on 44th
KllUngsworth ave., terms. Bee
1095 E. 30th St. N.
FOR SALE 8 acres, cleared, on carllne, on
country road. Owner. Phone C 2927.
Tor Sale Homesteads.
JOIN our party leaving Nov. 30. for Csn
tral Oregon; 320-acre homesteads, relin
quishments, timber lands. See Mr. Eng
lish, 610 Mc&ar oma.
HOMESTEADS located near Portland, most
desirable In Oregon; good, level soil, tim
ber and water; near R. R. and river; fees
rignt. - -
For Sale Farms.
TEN acres. Improved land, 1 mile from II
waco 1 acre bearing fruit, 2 horses, 2
cows good house and outbuilding. Price
$-000. Apply to J. C. Woaten. Ilwaco,
$5 PER acre for rich, alluvial valley land.
"Kino Bay," Mexico. Grows any kind of
grain, fruit and garden truck. A. M.
Hlghhouse. 906 Wilcox Bldg.
FOR SALE About 2000 acres of land suit
able for farming. Location. 85 miles from
Portland. For particulars address box
93. Portland, Or.
RANCH 60 seres, with buildings, 18 miles
from Portland, near electric line; bargain
for all cash, fey esnea 183 Harrison si.
A BARGAIN FOR 15 DAYS OMLT.
644 acres of river-bottom land, three
miles from Monroe. Or.; all cleared, un
der plow except eO to 90 acres; on both
sides of county road; running water at ail
'times; wheat averages 35 bushels per acre:
modern buildings; one 10-room house
most modern farm and Improvements In
Valley; 15 miles south of Corvallis, 25
miles north of Eugene: In the famous
Bend Country: all tillable when balance
Is cleared; good orchard: 1H miles from
electrio line. 8 miles from Oregon Eleo
trlc: crop never fails; famous-river-bottom
land. This offer at $63 per acre,
terms to suit, is good for only 13 days.
For particulars see or write K, C Keeney.
Xugene, Or, or Monroe, Or.
IMPROVED AND UNIMPROVED FARMS.
From 10 acres up. for sale at very low
prices and on easiest kind of terms.
I OWN THE PROPERTIES I OFFER
FOR SALE AND AM IN POSITION TO
OFFER BARGAINS THAT ARE ONLY
OBTAINED BY DEALING DIRECTLY
WITH THE OWNER. IT WILL PAY
YOU TO SEE MB BEFORE! YOU BUY.
J. O. ELROD.
818-519 Corbett Building.
Farm 180 acres. H mile front Portland,
on Barnes road: three springs on placss
suitable for dairy or good platting propo
sition; price $300 per acre, easy terms.
National Realty & Trust Co.. 723 Cnem
b er of Commerce bid g. Main 512a
inio 1 c o xwu.
Anyone looking for good cheap Invest
ment, have 460 acres land, Klickitat Co..
Wash., near North Bank R. R-. good fruit,
wheat land or hog ranch; running water;
reasons for selling, have too much land;
will give other fellow chance; price aud
tern- s J. W. Hodson. Salem, Or.. R. 1,
40-acre farm, with crop, stock snd Im
plements. 27 miles from Portland, 24
miles from Woodland, Wash.; $3800; cash
$2000. balance 8 years. 5 per cent.
THE CEDERBERGH-ENEBO CO..
616 Henry bldg
FOR SALE BY OWNER.
73- acres, all level land, 12 acres tim
ber 60 acres In crop, ono of the best
farms In tha Willamette Valley, all good
buildings and on main county road, tele
Dhone one mile from Oregon Electrio
station, Vk m"9 from boat lanalng. Ad
dress AV 672, Oregonian.
1 HOP FARM.
65-acre hop farm. 20 acres tn cultiva
tion 7 acres in hops; good 6-room house,
large barn and hophouse; land Is A-l
bottom land; cannot be duplicated for the
money; S5500. cash. John H. Boon.
YAMHILL COUNTY FARMS FOR SALE.
Large and small tracts, sultabl for
general farming, grain hay fruit, hops,
dairying etc.; about 40 miles southwsst
of Portland. 6r. Call or writs for prio
Hat, W. E. Kidder. Carlton. Or.
iflR ACRES, 80 acres in cultivation, good
house and bam. 1 V4 miles from ilalloy
sta-ion on the Oregon Electric R. R. ; will
Son ' as a whole or a part. Inquire 663
mt'ST sell my farm at once; owner will re
main in cltj to close deal. Call 817 Ham-
1 0 000 10 ROOMS, new house, built by
owner for a home; It will appeal to one
looking for a big house, well built: two
baths, four toilets, four lavatories, muslo
room conservatory and conveniences not
found In many houses; in Holladay Addi
tion; street Improved and paid. D ow,
WANTED TO RENT FARMS.
WANTED To rent $00-acre Columbia Rives
bo"ttom land for dairy; cash rent: soma
high ground and wild hay meadow; will
buy not leas than 25 head of dairy cows
and dairy fixtures, hay etc ; reasonable
distance to school; price must bo right.
WANTED To rent 50 to 100 acres of fer
tile farming land; H of crop as payment
for land. Address Pete Slmoft, 60 8d St. N.
WILL PAY cash for farm on good oounty
road, near Portland; give your lowest
price, also Improvements, well or sprlnB
water, ac oj-
WANTED to rent for term of years, farm
and stock; can furnish the best of ref
erences. AB 660, Oregonian.
TOR SALE TlMHEB LAXIS.
EXCELLENT Hood River timber olalm.
value $5000; clear of Incumbrance, to ex
change for anything of equal value. 218
12 V4 ACRES first-growth timber for sale
cheap; good house; 20 mile, f m ctty 1
mile from station. Phone Main 826L 2o5
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
C. J. M-CRACKEN. 804 McKay Bldg.
FOB BENT FARMS.
44 ACRES ln cultivation, plenty water for
Irrigation: will lease for term of years, $20
per acre Inquire 2 miles southeast of
Milwaukee. Hi. coieman.
18S0 ACRES choice wheat land for sale o J
rent for term of yeara Smith, owner, 31s
Hamilton bldg. '
PARM for rent near good town. See owner,.
918 E. Taylor st, '
WANTED REAL ESTATg.
1 ernhouse. unincumbered, near carllne!
worm auuu4 vwv, ..... - - v - - --
cash down. Do not answer unless youe
property Is unincumbered, E 652. Ore-
WANTED Modern 8 to 10-room house,
about 1(7000 to $8000, suitable for boarding-house:
near carllne; must be snap,
liberal cash payment; owners only. Full
partuVulari first letter. E. O. Tooker, 821
"WANTED From owner. Improved olty
property In exchange for Improved fruit
ranch In the Hood River district, with 85
acres lS orchard, worth $12,000. or will
sell a part. Don't answer this unless you
mean business. AF 661. Oregonian.
WANT good lot, old house. In good resi
dence district, within 15 minutes' car ride
8d and Washington. Phone or call Main
4776. 1279. r ELLI3 ft CO,
609-510 Wilcox Bldg.
WANTED TO buy modem rooming-house
of about 40 rooms, from party who will
take 20 acres of choice orchard land as
part payment. Owners only. S 559, Ore
WANTED Modern house, with one or two
acres; aose: 6-cent carllne. Land De
partment, National Realty Trust Co, 723
Chamber of Commerce. t
WANTED Close - residence property or
eauity; state lowest price: prefer to deal
. with owner. H 540. Oregonian. :
I-DESIRE to purchase close-in Inoome
property. Will not Invest to exceed $13.
t6o. Call 608 McKay Jldg. Marshall 2a00.
WANTE D-Ploce improved property for
cash, about $2500; must be bargain. X
657, Oregonian. .
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR LOTS.
Furniture and lease of 6 8-room suites;
private bath to each apt.. In good loca
tion; every apt. rented; gross Income 1B0
ner mo.; rent $75; 2-year lease; price
$1800- mtg $450; here Is a chance to get
your rent free and have about C0 besides
every month. For further particulars ca.l
on C. F. Pfluger ft Co., suite 12 and 14.
Mulkey bldg- cor. 2d and Morrison.
Wanted. to exchange, my 160-acre
ranch with 60 acres cleared, half in
commercial orchard, good spring, grand
view near town, for a modern residence
In Portland. Price $12,000, which Is less
than my neighbors have sold for; no
agents, give phone number. AE 660,
FOR SALE or will trade for good real estate
27 hoa-a of horses and colts and full equip
ment of farm Implements. This stock is
on good wheat ranch in Eastern Waahlngton-
We want to rent the ranch to
party buying the stock. One section of
the place Is seeded to wheat. For In
formation call on owner, 918 Yeon bldg.
siAunii.tt.iM .iui.ii . ..
Near Portland: 100 acres: wonderful
view, running water, big producer, eto.;
will exchange for city property or mort
gages. C. L. Bamberger, room 2. Lum
X OWN 2 acres of good land on West Side.
6 miles from center of Portland, worth
$800- will trade for horse and buggy,
gasoline launch or piano, balance can be
arranged. AL 553, Oregonian.
60x100 LOT, graded streets, value $800;
will trade equity of $200 for launoh, pi
ano horse and bnggy, balanoe must b
cash. AL 666, Oxegonlan,