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TITE MOItSTXG- - OREGONIAN. MONDAY, JANUARY
PUT 10 DEALERS
Merchants Are Sounded on
Proposed Steamer Service
From Portland North.
CIRCULARS ARE SENT OUT
W. I.. Ftii a 11 wood, of Transportation
Committee of Cham her of Com
Asks Baetneaa Men
to Eiprni Tlewa.
W. L. P mail wood, of the transporta
tion oommlttea et tha Portland Cham
ber of Commerce, will mall thla morn
Ina; 108 olrculara to merchant of tha
rltr eiktcsT a aerlea of question, aa
to their attitude toward the movement
to establish direct ateamshlp connec
tions between Portland and iterlna; 8ea
-By thla meana." said Mr. Omajlwood,
"we hope to bare tha merchants to on
record aa to Just what aupport they
will lend to tha movement we are en
(travnrlna; to oarry throuith. Wi will
fnllnw thla elrcular about tha mid
die of the week with a list of names of
tha buyers In the Bering Sea country,
which win be of value aa a guide to
them In campaigns to aoilctt trade in
Patriotism Deatradeel On.
The auccaea of tha effort to estab
lish direct trade relations with Alaska
will depend larrely on tha patriotism
and aupport of the merchants. Wa have
tha ship assured us. provided we will
furnish the freight with which to load
It. The first aalllnr Is scheduled for
May 35. and merchants of Portland bare
until that time to fet top-ether tha
amount required for tha first load out
of Portland on tha new line."
An active effort la belnsj made In Ban
Francisco to obtain a direct steamship
line Into tha Alaskan territory, to open
tip trade with the Bay CUT. Tha 6an
Vranulsco Chamber of Commerce ap
pointed a committee Haturder to en'
artaeer- a massed rampsln to set a a" rip
on Alaskan trade. In view of thla It
Is point! out that immediate) and cer
tain action on the part of Portland
business men w:l be necessary to es
teblish tha new enterprise aa promptly
'Portland haa an opportunity ef making-
direct shipments to Benrlnsj Haa
porta In Alaska. says the circular that
wll be tent out ttrfay. "A guarantee of
le tons a trip will bring- a steamer to
Portland for three tripe this Summer.
No better offer ean be expected, nor
should be expected by shippers In thla
rlty. Tha character of answers to the
questions herein asked will determine
whether Portland will serve the Alaska
trade direct or through Its northern
Following are aotne of tha questions
asked In the circular:
Do ou make shlpmeata te Alaska? If so.
te what points? .
Do yea lp dlrecf steamer llnee from
Portland to Alaska porta T
What 4nnnit will re tamed r otreot
ass ever ike praaaat method cf rail to Iwu
lle sad txaoaf.r to steamer?
It roa do not favor direct steamer tinea,
Can and will ye. furnlek teana-re for
Pehnof Sea potnta, via. : Nome. filAman.
Klufr. Teller. Blnuk. Oolevtn. Su Michael.
a his tiros rest. Keewaltk and ether polata en
Kertea Sound end Ketaehae round, Behrlaa
iea. Alaska, provided tha retea are no
ifher from Portland than apply from Seat
lie by the same steamship tins?
If la the affirmative, please state the ap
Three tripe ere promlaeA as folleeri irtrst
trip, leave Portland ahoot May to. 11J:
r-'ond trip, leave Fortlaad aboat July 7,
1818: third trip. leava Portland about Au
to, t 13. 1V1X
Set forth year views ea the Aleska trade
vVhy dees Portland reeetv, such a email
hare es t fa! net Seattle aad gaa fraaeiaeo?
wh.t ehiU be done to erouee Interest in
thie subject, aad la the Alaska trade really
attractive? If ant. erhyt
PORTUXn KWOY WnX STAY
r. TT. .wanton Remains at Wuh-
Ingrton for Alakan Conferences.
nREOONIAN1 XEWS BfREAU, Wash-
Intton, Jan. II. Frank W. ft wanton
Portland representative on a delegation
that It assembling In Washington to
promote Alaskan legislation before
fongreaa decided today not to return
home Immediately, but to remain for
the conference tomorrow and tha next
day with those deleratrs who are In the
rltr, giving- them Portland's rlews of
Alaska a needs and Portland's detlret
as to the moat urgent legislation.
Ha haa already had conferences with
Governor Clark and Delegate Wlcker-
sham. of Alaska, and with J. D. Low
man and C C. Tandelt. of Seattle, who
are members of this committee, and to
morrow will meet other delegates as
they arrive. He haa arranged that
Portland shall be recognised on the
Mr. Swanton la not offe:ng much
Inconvenience because of hit physical
disability, but will be compelled to
leave for Portland tha middle of the
Mrs. Swanton received a telegram
from hrr husband last night saying
that he was operated upon Saturday
night in Washington, and was greatly
relieved. Tha dispatch added that he
bad found it unnecessary to return at
once to Portland, and would remain (or
the meeting of the Alaska committee.
CAM. POR SHIPS H CHEAT
Heavy Demand for Coat Inmbcr
Make Market Firm.
eW-arelty of tonnsge. coupled with a
heavy demand for Pacific Coast lumber
has resulted In a firm market for shins
and alves Indication of continuing for
There Is a heavy demand from Aus
tralia and exporters are having trouble
In anvaglng steamers for prompt load
ing. The British ship Dur.sj re haa been
chartered by J. J. Moore A Company
te load lumber on tha Columbia Hlver
for Sydney or South Africa at 41s.
id, which la one ef the highest rates
paid In some time. The barkentlne
A mason and the schooners Oeorge K.
BUlinua and Henry K. liall ar to re
ceive 12 d to load lumber on Puget
Sound or Columbia for Valparaiso.
f.RAYS HARBOR TO GET LIVE
Amrrira n-Hawaiian Company Con
siders Potting- on Boat.
ABERDEEN. Wash., Jan. 21. (Sre
e'sL) That aa American -Hawaiian Una
ateamer to be used both aa a packet
and lumber carrier and fitted with
first-class passenger accommodations
probably will he piared on the Grays
Harbor-San Krsnclfo-Panama run. was
tlie word brought here last rrtrht by J.
. iiciuioc chaJrnum ox the aieemer
ooromlttee of the Chamber of Com
meroe. Mr. Beiuoa returned from Seat
tle whin he bad a conference on tha
abject with official of the .Amerlcan-
InvestlsatloQ of tha proa pacta for
neb a ataamar la sow under war by
the Una, announced Mr. Benton and a
definite atatemant la expected within
tee next 1 dava, when H. W. Roberta,
a-enerai manager of the Use at Seattle.
win Tlatt Aberdeen to look orer the
Vatcrhons Jt Company Posts 811
' Inga of Its Fleet.
In tha weekly circular of Waterhouse,
e Company, showing tha whareabouta
of Ita Oriental and Australian fleet, the
sailing of the Herculee for Comoz and
tha Orteiie for Tacoma yesterday front
Portland is announced.
Other carriers are reported as fol
lows: Oriental aervico Dunbar, arrived
Kobe January 14; Hercules aalled from
Portland for Comoz January 20; Ku
merle arrived Yokohama January II;
Lucerlc at Hongkong; Needles sailed
from Comoz, B. C, for Kobe and Yoko
hama January 4: Orterlo Bailed from
Portland for Tacoma January 0;
Btrathlyon Bailed from Vancouver for
Kobe and Shanghai January 10: Bu
verlo sailed from Kobe for Yokohama
Jan. It; Rygja sailed from Yokohama
for Victoria January 4; Stratbendrlck
sailed from Mukllteo for Yokohama
and Koba Tta Nanalmo, B. C, Jana
Australian ssrrloe Bella of Boolland
sailed from Saa Francisco for Auck
land January 11; Christian Bors at
Sydney. N. 8. W.; Uemik Ibsen ar
rived Haa Franelseo January 10; Croy
don sailed from Vancouver for Pago
Pago December tl; Btrathalrly" to load
on Paget Sound early February for
KEY. J. n. CCDUPP SATS DON'T
PRAISE CHTXA TOO SOOX.
Haste in Business. Morrry getting
and Assuming Leading? Positions
Deplored by Him.
"We are singing tha pralsea of China
Just now. I am not so sure there baa
not been too much baste, said Dr.
John H. Cudllpp, pastor of Grace Meth
odist Episcopal Church, In hla pulpit
last night. "If It Is neoeseary and
right for one to defend his country In
war. It la Just aa binding to serve In a
buslneee. social and political agree
ment. It la a crime not to do so. If
It Is binding that I ftgbt to the death
those who would remove my country's
landmarks. It la lust aa much a duty to
pre sot is for future generations a place
nt. My duty goes farther than tha mere
'Wa today axe too much In hastei Wa
do not take time to think. Too little
la being aald about foundations, and
toe much concerning results. There la
an unwholesome selfishness In the at
titude of today life.
The wonder la not that IS per cent
ef thoae who venture Into business fall.
but that a single man can dare tha aw
ful gauntlet and come through a aafe
man. We have put the emphasis of
values at the wrong place. In our
haste wa underestimate the worth of
Individuals. There Is too much haste
for place and reward. Men are frantlo
for results, to make money and get
rich. This baa pushed young men Into
all manner of money-making echemea,
so that at ths point In our living we
are In a precarious condition. Do you
tell me about John D. Rockefeller? I
say that whatever he may be, there are
scores and thousands of tha same sort
In this country, only they have not
been able to succeed quite aa well. Tha
labor situation, for young men. la seri
"Mores erlous than that Is tha age
limit. We have made a condition which
brands a man old at 40. Sometimes a
mere boy appears aa manager of a
great plant. If we are to save our
selves we must remedy this point.
There Is no sense In It. It Is folly."
DAILY MXTIOKOLOGICAt, BXPOKT.
PORTLAND. Jan. 21. Maximum temper
ature ti decrees; minimum. 17 deireea
Hirer reading at 8 A. M.. 7 feet; ehane In
laet 24 hours, 1.2 feet fail. Total rainfall
tS P. M. to S P. M. ). .01 Inch; total rainfall
since September 1. IS11, 18.42 Inchee; normal
rmlnfall elnea tteptember . 23.T7 tnehea; de.
Sctency of rainfall alnoe September 1. 1911,
4 88 inches- Total aunehlne January 21. S
hours. 16 mlnut-s; poeaible sunshine, a hours.
15 minutes. Barometer (reduced to sea
level) at ft P. M.. 8U 0O Inches.
O 9 D
Des Moines ....
North Taklma. .
It) 0.001 4 5W IPt. cloudy
H 0.W 4 W Clear
4 o.oo 10 rvr Pt. cloudy
8:: 0.00, 14' tv Cloudy
SoO.04; SB Pt. cloudy
Sri O.OOi 4 W Clear
14 0.O'lW Clear
S- 0.0 S W Clear
B: O.oo1 NB Clear
4o.i"i2v Pt. cloudy
SO o.oo: e'NS Clear
44 O.OO la tiW Clear
S O.OO) 4 NWjClear
1st). ! 8 rf
n o.oi 4 sb
84 O.OO 20 XW
64 0.0'),18 E
8 0.001 4 -KB
T4 O.OOl 4 K
8 0.0) 4 W
52 0.01 4 Nt
4t O.OO 4 N
54 0.00 4o
80 O.OO 10 SW
44 O.OO! 4 NS
O.OOl 8 NW
ten Francises. .
4 0.o 4 NWCloudy
. O.OO 4 VE
64 0.OO1 6 N
6. 0. 0 44 K
H O.OOi 4 S
a: o.oo 4 w
-4 O.oo! 4 K
The pressure has decreased within the lsst
13 hours over the greater portion of the
country, althougn tne area or nign preeauro
till overll-e tne inier-Mounuun otatea.
southern Koeklee and the Southeastern
States. A storm of some energy Is approach
ing tha Washington coast, probably a North
Pariaa disturbance moving toward the main
land, and southeast storm warnings were
ordered dlsnlaved at 6 60 P. M. at stations
on northern Puset Round, the Strait of Juan
ds Puca and at Cras Harbor, the mouth
ef tha Columbia and Marahfleld. Light
precipitation has occurred In Western Wash.
Ineton. Nor'h Dakota. Western New York
and upper Slchleaa and moderate snowfall
In the uri'er sl tewrein aiiey. ? ne
weather la cooler In Interior outhweetrrn
Oregon and In southern Florida and It la
ewaerallv warmer in ether seetlons. eane-
eially In the Plateau. Northern Plains and
New England States, the central portion of
the Mississippi Valley and the Lakes region.
The conditions sre favorable tor Increas
ing cloudln.se Monday In vteetera Oregon.
ttn aceaeionaJ rain or envw in norui,ni
Idaho. The weether will generally be fair
in Eastern Oregon and Southern Idaho. No
decided temperature changes are Indicated.
East te southeast winds will obtain, becom
ing high along the coast.
Portland and vicinity Increasing eloudl-
aeas. followed by rain; east te southeast
Oregon ratr east. Increasing cloudiness.
followed bv rain In west portion; eaat te
southeast winds, ansa to niga along tns
Washington Rain: southeasterly winds,
high along tne coast and northern Puget
Idaho Rain er snow Bonn, fair soma por
THKODt'KS r . PKA KS,
Acting atulot eToreta eater.
RAISING IS BEGUN
Cables to Be Slipped Under
Wrecked Sarah Dixon.
CURRENT TO AID IN TASK
Barges Are In Place to Lift Hall
ar Kalarmm Hope Is Enter
tained Bodlea Will Be Found
In Shattered Craft.
Work on raising tha wreck of tha
steamer Sarah . Dixon, near Kalama,
was commenced yesterday. Barges
war placed oa each aids for tha pur
pose of slipping cables under the
WTeok to lift the hull. This Is not ex
pected to ba dlffloult. as tha boat heads
up stream and tha current will assist
In the work. Past experlenoe has been
that whan there Is an accident of this
kind tha wreaked eraft drifts with the
Sue B. Elmore.
Ceo. W.Elder. .
Coos Bay ...
Sao Piece. ..
Scheduled te Depart.
Name. For Data.
Kiaroatht San Disco. ..Jen. 21
Beaver Ran Piure.... Jan. tl
Breakwater. ...Cooa Bay..... Jan. 21
Alliance. ...... Eureka. ...... Jan. 23
Beanoke.......Ean Ll,o.... Jan. 24
rslcee Pen Fra-.-lsoe Jan. 20
6u H. Elmore. Tillamook... Jan. 2T
Bear. Saa Pedro.... Jan. 17
Oeo. W Elder. .Mi Diecs.... Jan. 11
hoe City. .....Fen Pedro.... b. t
RysJa Manila. Feb. T
currant until It strikes an obstruction,
settling across the channel when every
effort to raise It places It In a mora
difficult poaltion until tha current Is
All hope of recovering tha bodies of
those lost In the explosion haa been
abandoned for the tlmo being, as It la
believed that at least two will bo
found In the wreckage. It has been
decided that to drag for tha bodlea
would ba unavailing.
The steam sohooner Ban Pedro ar
rived yesterday from San Franclsoo to
load lumber In tha lower river for
The four-masted schooner Irene,
with a cargo of lumber from Ooble for
San Pedro, went to aea yesterday.
The ateam schooner Johan Paulson,
with a cargo of lumber from KaJama
and Weatport for San Francltoo, de
The steamer Falcon, of the American-Hawaiian
line. Is due tonight from
Han Francisco with freight from the
Tha eteamer Breakwater arrived laat
night from Coos Bay with freight and
paasengera after a pleasant trip. .
The steamer Roanoke arrived last
night from California ports with tha
usual freight and many passengers for
thla time of the year.
The ateam schooner Daisy Freeman
arrived yesterday from San Francisco
with a cargo of cement, which la tha
first of sO.000 pounda which her own
ers have contracted to deliver In Port
land by July 1 next-
Movements of Vessels.
ASTORIA. Or.. Jan. tL Condition at tha
mouth of tha river at 8 P. M moderate:
wind. east. IS miles; westber, clear. Ar
rived at T and 1'tt ud at a. M., steamer
Roanoke, from can Dleso and way porta
Arrived at 8 and left up at 10 A. M-, steamer
Preak water, from Coe Pay. Hailed at
A. M . ateamer Johan J'oulsen. for San
Francleco. Arrived at 8 and left up at
10:15 A- M.. ateamer Delay Freeman, from
Van Francisco. Arrived at S and left up
at lO:0 A. MM eteamer San Pedro, from
Pan Vrancleeo. tailed at 11:80 A. M.. Nor
wegian steamer Hercules, for Msnila via
Puget Sound. Hailed at 11:40 A. 11, schooner
Irene, for Han Pedro. Arrived down at
8:10 P. M.. Hiitlsh steamer Orterlo.
Han Franclaco. Jan. 21. Arrived at 11
A. M-, ateamer Nome City, from Portland.
Palled at 11 A- M.. steamer Qulnault; at
noon, steamer Fear, for Portland, balled
yeeterdav. steamer Falcon, for Portland.
Ban Pedro, Jan. 20. Arrived steamers
Carlos and Hoqulam. from Portland.
Loa Angeles. Jan. 21. Arrived Comedian,
from Antwerp; Centralis, from Oraya liar,
bor: Olympic, from Columbia Itlver. Sailed
George Fenwlck. for Columbia Klver.
San Francisco. Jan. 21. Sailed tjutnault.
Rear, for Aetorla; Chehalls. Coronado. for
Grays Harbor. Arrived Governor, Watson,
from Seattle; Nome City, from Astoria; Nana
Emlth, from Cooa Bay.
Tacoma, Jan. 21. Arrived British steam
shin Titan, from Liverpool via Orient: Bal-
hoa. sohooner. from Wlnalow. failed
Steamer E. I- Drake, for Seattla; Jap.
steamer Mexico Me.ru (bsturdsy), for Orient.
Seattle. Jan. 21. Arrived steamers CoL
E- L Drake, from Tacoma; Prince Rupert.
from prince ttupert; curacao. rrom ekag
way. Sailed ateamer Prince Rupert, fu
Tides at Astoria Monday.
:54 A. M T.S feet'8:48 A. M 10 feet
t.ST P. M. 8.1 feetiB:03 P. M 0-1 foot
FOLEY'S IIOET AD TAR COM
POL IV O "CVREJ I?T EVERY CASK.
Mr. Jas. McCaffery, Mir, of the Hchliti
Hotel, Omaha, iNec, recommends Foley's
Honey and Tar Compound, because It
cures In every case. "I have used It
myself and 1 nave recommended It to
many others who have since told me
of Its great curative power in diseases
of tha throat and lungs." Foley's Honey
and Tar Compound Is a reliable family
medicine. Give It to your children, and
take It yourseir wnen you leej a cold
coming; on. It checks and cures coughs,
colds and croup and prevents bron
chitis and pneumonia. Refuse substi
tutes, bold by all drusrsrists. ee
CLASSIFIED AD. RATES
Dally ee Boa day.
Am ttme ,.. Ite
Came ad twe consecutive times tie
Sams ad three roneecntlve tlnsee I4e
asms ed six or seven eoneoeotive tlraee. . tee
Itemlttaacea must eccuoaoeay etu-ef-tewa
hea sew advertisement Is ao4 rna la ees
serutlve leeose the eoe-ttme rate applies.
all wrords cwnnt aa ejtie line ea cash ad
vertisements aad aa ad eeaateel fee leas
than twa lines.
Oa ebarge er booh advertisements the
charge will be baewd oa the actual oumbee
of lii.ee appearing In the paper, regardleaa ef
tha aumber of words la each line.
la New Today all ad vert lac men te are
charged by measure anly. 14 lines te the
Ibe above ralee apply te advertisements
ander "New Tetiar" and all ethee el ass I flea,
tlone eieepllng the foliowlngt
Mtoatlone Uanted. Male.
Mtuatiooe Uansed. Kemala.
Oreajonlaa will areept claaelOed ad ill I els
snente ever tbe telephone, providing the ad
vertiser Is a subscriber te either pboeo. Ne
prR-ee will be sooted aver the phono, hot
bill will be rendered the following day.
V bet her subsequent advertisements will be
accepted aver the phone depenila apea tbe
proniptneea ef the payment of teUtpbono ad
verllsomenta tlllnatlgos Wanted aad Per
sonal advertleensenta will eot be accepted
eier tbe telephone. Orders for one Inaer
tioa only will be aeeeptrd for "Houses fee
Kent, luralturo for hole." "Bualneos Oppor
luultleo.- Hoomlng-ilanees- as4 " r
7t aad TATWR,
-Main 1 and A 1112.
3 as-, TONIGHT
Bnry W. S&var offers '
PUCCINI'S GRAND OPERA
THE GIRL OF THE GOLDEN WEST
WITH iRAfI ORCHESTRA OF MFTT
flfUl r-aet nt International ArtlatS.
Prlvea Roth Eitelo. and Wedneedav Mat,
Lower Floor, except laat rows. IS; lower
floor, laat S rewa. fi 60. Balcony. S row
12.60: rows. $3 00: S rowa, 11. BO; S rowa.
tl. Gallery, reserved, (1.60: admission. 11.
rj f try' thkater
X V JV LK Main 2. A S. 19
Gee. U Baker, at rr.
Tonight All This Week. Bargain Matinee
Wed, 3So all seats. Sat. Mac. 2bo, 60o.
First time at popular prleoa.
-TOE gQCAWMAlT." ' ' "
Br Edward Mltton Rovle. Stronr oompany.
Puparb scenic production. One of the very
raw reeuv great Western plays. Next weaa
Ml MAI.l J, J XVZW
WREK AA3f. t. XnlletT ta hnmorers
taraoCAe atiulleeL llnl.. an ImIiu Mnl.
Ion and Ceofmn, Karl, The Ruor 4pore
Co- Panl lianl l-rln. Ttu Turall, U. nrl.t.
ttwi. jitffim jnoMtree.
WEEK JAX. tl The Seven Dalvisea, Kabet
n oilman aad Her fwajenlxmlr, tumti and
Irew, Tht, Don East Four, Karl Hewet
ana compear, Deliorrell ea C
Matinee Every Day.
ntllvaa a Consldlne.
WEEK JAXTJABT Eckhoff and Oee
dVra. Von Klein and Gthaoa, Marin and Lona.
Mile. C ecu, and Company. Jamee Grady and
Company, Tea Aaenore, uroneawst irnoee.
lao and too.
Li Y R I C aHS"
ALL TH1 WEEK.
THE mXTtSO DtXJHEteS .
A Melody ef Co lot A Galaxy of Beanty-A
Two performances nightly. 7:80 and :iBj
J So and 25c Matinees dally. 2:80. any seat
lie (except Sunders and Holidays).
NT.Vr VVEsv "The Girl With the Golden
AUCTION SALES TO DAT.
Household furniture, at 858 Montana av.
corner of Sharer street, 10 A. M., by 8. 1
N. Oilman, auctioneer.
At Wilsons Auction Rouse, at 10 A. at.
Furniture. 171-J-o Second street.
Barjefs auotlon sale (today) 18 A. M.
283 Couk ave. Take V car to Cook are.
MU1-TNOMAH COTTNCHj rot
AL. ARCANUM, meets at K. P
Hall. 11th and Alder streets, the
second and fourth Monday of each
month at F. M. Visitors aor-
alally welcomed. P. Uoyd Cover,
Secretary, ee Union ave.
. HARMONY LOOOB JtO. it. A.
F. AND A. M Special communi
cations this (Monday) evening at
T:80 and 8:30 o'clock. Work In
the E. A. degrse. Visiting breth
W. M. DB UN, Beoy.
TTOLASIETIB L.ODOE. NO. S,
munleatlon this Monday) oven- I
Ing at 7:30 o'clock. Work In E
degree, visiting oreinron wet-
TV. 8. WEEKS, Secy.
MARTHA WASmaTOK CHAP
TER, NO. 14. O. E. B. Btated meet.
Ing this (Monday) evening, E. 6th
and Burnalde. Installation of offi
cers. Order W. M.
OOLPTCTC ft CLE HIVH, No IT, Ladles ef
the Macabees. meets the first and third
Thursday evening of each month In Selllng-
HARTMAN The funeral of the late Mrs.
Anna Hartman. beloved wife of John P.
llartman. loving mother of Christina M.
Mrdermeyer. William O. and Theodora
M. Hartman, of this city, will leave the
family resilience, 440 Tillamook street,
tomorrow (Tuesifay), January 23, at 8:30
A. M., thence to Holy hoaary Church, cor.
r.i aa ana iia.'aamas streets, wnere i
services will be held at a A. M. Friends
are respectfully Invited.
Dunning- at alrKalew, Ptueral Dlrectere,
7th and Pine. J'hooe Main 4o. LrnOj ae
aietant. OfOce of tonnty Coroner.
A. B. tELI.KIt CO.. M4 tVUllame ave.
Phono East loiw. 0 lo,. Lad attendaoi.
EDvV'AKD HOI.MAX CO.. Funeral Direct
ors, xtti Id st. Lady assistant. Phone aL 407.
J. P. HM.KY
A BON. tti and Mertls.
Pheoe Main . A l.
KAT KIDK Funeral Dlrertora. encrsesnre
te y. H. Dunning. Inc. H. i. B lligfl.
LEKCII, Lnderlaker, cor. Kast Alder aad
HUth. Eaat 741. B ! 14 attendant.
hkewre Undertaking Company. Sd aad Clay.
Mala 419, A !. Lady Attendant.
mt. scott park;
J . The Cemetery Beautiful
LAND'S ONLY MODI.R.V
J? of all burial plots without extra 5
r rharge. Provided with a permanent Z
Irreducible Maintenance Fund. Lo- Z
cation Ideal; Just outside the city s
limits on north and west slopes of
J Mount Scott, containing; 136 acres,
g, equipped with every modern con- T
g, venlence. "
PRICE"! TO SFIT ALU e
SERVICE THE REST.
0E MILE KOl'TH OK
ICE FREE HETWEE.V
IK'TH ASD T 11 E
CEMETERY, ti ii it
I CITY OFFICE, 0-71 IBON '
JBUILDING. MAIN m, A 70S.
CEMETERY OFFICW. TABOR 1468; I
HOME PHONE. RING B 4111, THK.M a
CALL LOCAL 4201. .
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
OrnCE CITY HALL. Mala 198, A 7588,
HUMANE OPFICER. berajeaat Crate.
Residence. 24 8). 84th N. sCast 47TS.
R. A. Dunmtre, Rea 888 Wasco Bt. W. .
Eaton, Rea 78 K- 14th. East ITae. Horse
Ambulance, A 8101, Pr. Ex. 4.
Wight Sundays and Holidays, A 8108; Pr.
Es. A Trunk I.
E. Yamhill Street Snap
Fine lot, near Eaat 23d North; $1875.
now 81680. Eee IL I am leaving; city.
171 East 23d. Phone East 6848.
oa Portland business and residence)
property at lowest current rates.
MORGtV, FLIEDXER et BOYCE,
603-Coe) Ablnsrtoa bolldins;.
COf JQHNE. CR0KA2V, JOf
f O sws Vgaldlosj sjlsla ' "
COLLIS, BERRIDGE at TBOMPSO.f,
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS, AUDITORS,
Sad Worcester lUocsb fheaa AiaLa tUOT
REFEREE'S SALE OF
The west 88 feet of frac
tional block 66 in Couch's
Addition to the City of
Portland, Or., and a tract of
land 15 feet wide and 98 feet
deep,' lying immediately ad
joining said fractional block
66 in-Couch's Addition to
the City of Portland, Or.,
said property being on the
southeast' corner of - Tenth
and Burnside streets, in this
city, will be sold by the un
dersigned at public, auction
at the front door of the
Courthouse in this city on
Wednesday, January 24,
1912, at the hour of 10
o'clock A. M. of said day. ;
This property is sold sub
ject to the rights of the City
of Portland in the extension
and opening of, Oak street
through said real property.
JOHN H. STEVENSON,
On an Investment
Term can be arrana-eni In rtart 11m
ireo rent os spienaia suite or rooms in
one of the best apart men t-houaee In
the Nob Hill district. West Side?
inis win near tne closest lnvestiira
tlon. A fine flf teen-apartment-house,
finely furnished, always full, choice lo
cation, first-class people. Owner has to
leave tne city, write or pnone for in
Sll LovrnsdaJe Street. Main 1013.
Finest View on the Willamette
Three and one-fifth acres; fronts the
river; 10 minutes' walk to Rupert sta
tion: JO-foot solid rock bank: fine loam
soil; under cultivation; small groves of
iir trees scattered over it. Any one
that has seem the Pallxades on the Hud
eon will appreciate this. Price. ' 14500.
$3260 cash, balance two years at 6 per
O. FRED FISH
S18-614 Selling Bids;., opp. Oregonian.
A 7711; Main 4841.
Member Realty Board.
New, modern, eiirht-room i.ouse with
attic, four bedrooms, two sleeplns-
orcnes, creakiast-room and den: lot
Avion. 1. l -j , 1 1 ' u
7600, now 16400: $1000 down and 140 per
j offer. I am leaving the city. 601 K. 26th
St.. near Thompson. Phono bast 6348.
Warehouse With Trackage
Ground floor 60x100. second floor 70 x
100, with elevator
Shasta Water Co.
Elahterath and fpahnr Street a.
West Bide, close-in apartmont building:.
Five-year secured lease, 1160 month.
Five-year secured lease,
$14,000, half each. Marshall 1127.
A anus; llttlct house on a corner lot
on E. Liavls street at a real bargain
7rhie Is not a suburban proposition. L-ol
s la rare enough for another house.
email cash payment.
A. II. BIRRELL CO,
03 McKay Bids;, Third and Stark 8ts.
Belmont -St. Snap
Fine Blx-room house; three bedrooms,
furnace, fireplaces buffet, cement floor,
laundry trays, hard-surface street In
and Dald: lot 40x100: walking- distance:
a bargain; 84000, S00 down and $25 per
month. 4b Belmont, near xio. Phone
Last 5 848.
E. Yamhill Street Snap
Fine lot. near East 23d; worth 11878, now
11660. Bee It. I am leaving city. 171 East
Z8d. Fbona East oims.
On Business and Hesldence. Property.
TCl1 - V- EVERETT, 1-jcn
14U6 Board ef Trade Hdg. ff O
REAL E NT ATE DEALERS.
Reek William G-. 815-818 Falling bid a.
BHUBAKER A BENEDICT. 608 MoEay
bldg. M. 640.
Chapln A Berlow, 883 Chamber Commerea
Cook, B. ft, A Co., 608 Corbett bldg.
J,nti n A fn. Main 1KH. 206 Oregonian.
PALMER-JONES CO.. H. P 404-406-4O4
The Oregon Heal Estate Co.. Orand and
Multnomah su itioaaaay Auauioaj.
pntTi.ivn HBtr.HTS EXCLUSIVELY.
Beautiful homes and bomesites, all
vtewa, locations and prices; can suit you.
Main SboL isttutjn.n,. a j.q.
8TOA Choice lots, hard-surface pave
ments, cement walks, etc.; terms to suit.
Geo. R. Flora, 470 E. Burnside st. B 1480.
8txlOO VIEW lot. fanlng on Alameda, in
Rose City Park. 8 blocks from car. Must
aell quickly. First reasonable offer takes,
and terms can be arranged. Call Tabor 12.
Nlcs lot near East 18th st,. worth 11000,
a few days t00: easy terma By owner,
1T1 East 23d. Phone East 6048.
IRVINOTON lot, 73x100, on 21st St.. between
Brazes and Knott St.: Improvements all in
and paid. Full particulars, phone owner,
C 1628 or Woodlawn 3229.
15x100 on E. Harrison St., hard-surface
faveraent and all asecasmeuts paid; price
1000. Inquire 888 Glenn ave.. -
IRVINGTON snap; have One 60x100 near
Knott, on 13th St.; must sell quickly;
61400. Owner, 801 Dekum bldg.
(450 FOR lot, 41x100, on Improved st. ;
watsr on lot; this must bs cash. Wood
lawn 8229. C 8429.
f250 EQUITY In Eastmoreland lota for
8160; Improvements in: payments In ar
resrs. AJ 728. Oregonian.
8700 FOR lot, 60x111, on carllne. This Is a
snsp; room for 2 houses; fine location.
U'eodiava 8329, O 42
For Sale Lots.
IRVTKftwnnn anMolnlna- Irving-ton. beau
tiful wooded lota, with cement walks and
graded streets: building reetrlctlona for
only 8725. Think of the price! Only 10
per cent cash and 810 per month. Tako
Broadway car, get off at Klickitat street
ana waik east. Agent on me aruuuu.
Western Securities Co., 414 Spalding oidg.
A 512a, Main 4123.
BEAUTIFUL 50x100 lot In Irrtag-ton for
8575 cash; balance can be paid at .your
own convenience and the Interest is.
LOW onlv 8 Der cent. Total price JlSuO.
Do you want ltT Phone Main SS4d, or i
address V 730, Oregonian.
tun Canadian pacific Railways Installation
of new Pacific Coast terminals at Coqult
lam repreaents ' in the New City your op-
portunit7. our lots ow reel xrom ine ela
tion, price 8400. Write for clrcuiare. Mo.
phersoa A r'ullerton Bros.. Vancouver.
42200 g Irvlngton Park lots, 80th St., on
carllne, near Killlngsworth ; building re
strictions; Improvements in and mostly
paid; must sell . at ones, terms, owner.
601 Dekum bldg.
PORTLAND HEIGHTS. 6V lota. Ilea well,
beautiful trees, fins view, block car.
neighborhood of beautiful homes; 97000;
Main 8351. BROOKE. A 8839.
110 DOWN. $10 PER MONTH.
Fine view lot: matured fruit trees:
strlcted district, near car; cement walks,
bull Run water 02 Board of Trads bidg.
m Phons Marshall 4T3. A10I.
Lots In thla deelrable looallty for sale;
f;ood streetcar service; It will pay you to
ook this up if you are looking- tor a home
site, pnone A 4o24. -
Private party hae a few Cooa Bay lota
for aale; easy terms; special bargain In
these lota 26$ Ry. Excb. bldg.. Marshall
8588. ask for Tyler. -
6EB Ls Nolr A Co. for West Side property;
exomsivs dealers in west niao rveanjr.
636-T- Chamber of Commerce.
00m 1O0 LOT, 23d and Oregon: two blocks
from oar: II 100. Tabor 2044.
For Bale Houses.
THE Southern Pacifio is electrifying their
. road to forest Orovs. This will glvs
Quick service and lew rats te and irom
Portland. Forest Orove in aa lueai reai-
I have several un-to-date houses, mod
ern, cltv water and city lights, for sale.
ranging from 1000 to 16000 In price. He
who gets in now and buys, gets in on the
WARD A YOUNGER,
Suite 426. Yeon bldg..
Call tor "T. J. O."
MR. LOT OWNERI
HERB 13 YOUR CHANCE TO IM
PROVE YOUR PROPERTY WITH
HOME, FLAT OR APARTMENT. WILL
iriNAVfK IT IT A LOOT RATE OF IN
TEREST. PLANS FURNISHED FREE.
IT WILL PAY YOU TO COME IN AMD
1ALS THIS OVER.
J. 6. ATKINS.
ARCHITECT AND BUILDER.
PIEDMONT SWELL HOME.
A strictly modern 8-room house, furnace,
fireplace, hardwood Iloors and ail tho lat.
est built-in effects, corner 100x100, with
street Improvements paid. on Williams
ave., In the best part of Piedmont. Price
8S250, 12750 cash. Something swell at the
GRUSSI A BOLDS.
818 Board of Trade Bldg., 4th and Oak.
New, modern 8-room bouse, facing on
the Tennis Club grounds, in the center of
Portland's most exclusive residence dis
trict; furnace, 8 fireplaces, beautiful wood
work, oak floors, sun-room, sleeping porch
and bllllard-room; complete In every de
tali, including lighting fixtures and
shades; lot 76x100 feet. Prion 810,600.
H. P. PALMER-JONES CO.
404 Wilcox bldg.
THAT VACANT LOT.
WHY NOT TURN A BURDEN INTO
INCOME PROPERTY? IF YOU OWN A
LOT WE WILL FURNISH THE MONEY I
AND BUILD RESIDENCE OR FLATS.
PLANS FREE IF WE BUILD. OUR
REPUTATION YOUR PROTECTION. IT
WILL PAY YOU TO SEE US.
L. R BAILEY m. IXC. MOTBAfT.
INQ ARCHITECTS. 824 ABINGTON BLD.
AN ABSOLUTE SNAP.
WEST SIDE PROPERTY; IN THE
HEART OF APARTM ENT-HOUSH DIS
TRICT; WITHIN 10 BLOCKS OF POaT-
UrnilEl NOW PAYING 10 PER CENT
INCOME. FOR SALE FOR 80700. Only
laiuv casn required.
HARTMAN A THOMPSON.
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE BLDO.
BEAUTIFUL 6-room house. In Laurelhurot;
9 flreplacea. large sleeulng-Dorch. bullt-la
refrigerator, dust and clothes chutes, tire
less cooKer. ount-in. wardrobes, etc; cor
ner lot 75x80, east front, beautiful view;
8o00; 8oo0 cash, balance easy monthly
payments, froviaent Investment A Trus
tee Co., 201-202-208 Board of Trade bldg.
rnooe snarsnaii SfJ, A
-ROOM bungalow, furnace, fl replace, buffet.
Bookcases, narawooa Doors, gas. elec
tricity, good view. Rose city Park. 8
blocks xrom canine. Sdd30. easy terms
Provident Investment A Trustee Co., 30L,
202. 3103 Board of. Trade bldg. Marshall
478. A 1UZ2.
FIVE and six-room homes, flreplacea. bard-
wooa xioora.' lurnacea. witn all bunt-la
modern conveniences; near carllne:
street Improvements paid; monthly pay
ment nian. provident investment
Trustee Co., 801. 202, 2U8 Board of Trads
Plug pnone Marshall 4i3. A max.
PORTLAND HEIGHTS INVESTMENT.
Modern, well-built 8-room boue and S
lota, fine, unobstructed view; leased till
May 1 at 840 month; lease could be re
newed for 2 years, when lots alone will bs
worth price asked; soouu. Terms.
7 rooms, built-in buffet, bookcases, fur
nace, fireplace: price 88SOO; terms, cash
8-00, balance 815 per month. National
Realty A Trust Co.. 723 Chamber of Com
merce Diag. rnoiiB jaaiu oqw.
I am only asking what it cost to build
the 8-room new modern bungalow, which
ls 83000. This is a dandy buy. All up-to-
date features. See owner. Main 8691.
W. C. Carpenter. Res. Tabor 2292 or 629
BAROAIN for quick sale, new 6-room home,
fireplace, furnace, bookcases, veneer pan
eling, nuriet, large cioeeta, large rooina.
fine plumbing, sleeping porcn, double con
struction, riueiy rmisiieu: block trom car.
Must be seen to be appreciated. Owner,
in Irvlngton: unlshed in oak: 10 rooms:
very elaborate; will satisfy the most ex.
acting; ready tor inspection; lot 9oxlo0,
eor. ; several others. C 1868, East 273.
Owner, w. it. Aieraman.
Neat little 2 -room plastered house, con-
r rata foundation and
usemtfnt, lot Hf-xlOO.
all cap a. Fred V Ovrmau,
24 urn -
side. M. or A .,776.
FOR SAI.B on easy torma, $250 down, bal
ance same aa rent, beautiful modern ri-
room boueo furnished or unfurnished, on
East 81dfr4 Inyuixo Calumet Hotel. Mala
FOH SALE Good T-room house, with larje
at 110. IUU Daveiiiflui., ..replace, mil lot,
flvJ7 Eaat Taylor st; price 7.0u,
B- S. COOK; 6t CO..
608 Corbett Bid g.
8-ROOM houia, (1050, ;() down, $10.50 per
month, 7 per cnt In tores t.
4 -room house, $1&0( $oQ down, $1630
per niuain, t yer tem luterest. b or par
ticulars address Y 7C7. Oregonian.
ACCOUNT sickness, sacrliire beautiful bun
galow, 11(9 Ivon st., KionmonU; paved dts-
tr.ct; select neighbor hood ; cheap unen
cumbered mt accepted as part payment
Phone owner, Barney. Main -iSOO.
TWO 6-room modern bungalows in Kosa-
mere, h blocK rrom car; fireplace, full
basement, brand new, beautiful harms;
$;v00 each on very easy terms. Call Ta
I HAVE! live-room modern buneralow that
I ean sen on easy payments, iuu down,
$:i5 per month. He Whipple, ll' Caam
ber of Commerce. Main 1022.
FOH SALE Six-room bungalow, furnished
or unfurnished, modem, up-to-date, built
in furniture, full cement basement, wash
trays. Owner, Tabor 1719.
$35i) FOR modern 9-room house; owner
leaving city; mun sen; trtfet improve
ments all paid; lot 50x100, easy terms.
Phone woodlawn C 24i9.
-ROOM home, new and modern, on sltely
lot. East 33d it. Is now vacant and mutt
be sold Will take $3300 on terma to
suit. Call 414 Epaldlng bldg. .
e-KOOM house, lot BOxH'0, 11 E. .10th St. N.,
near t. iJurnsiae. rrice la-w. it is a
bargain. J. J. Oeder, cor. Grand ave. and
New and modern, on E. 53d, bet. Madl
lon and Salmon. Will take good Jut aa
first payment. Main 2573.
NEAR Mt Scott car, u-room house, with
bath; BOxJOO-rt- 101; ivuu. on easy month
ly payments. Owner, 625 Yeoa bldg.
Phon Main 112.
BT OWNER 4-room flat, modern, furnace.
extraordinary .nap . ueoir iu leave city.
$t0: terms. 260 7th st.
H N- SWANK.
808 Ablngton bldg., sella new bungalowa
Terms like rent,
FOR 13ALE by owner, new four-room house.
nice lot, diocks .rum jT-uso v-uy car; $tfdOt
part cash. AE 740. Oregonian.
JJ.OUSE for sale, close la oa West Side.
Ir'or Sale Houses.
HOMES IN ROSE CITY.
WE HAVE AN EXCEPTIONALLY
PRETTY HOUSE THERE BUNGALOW
TYPE VWTH SIX ROOMS. SLEEP1NO
PORCH AND ALL THE MODERN CON
VENIENCES THAT EXPERIENCE!
BUILDERS know how to put into the up-to-date
home. Price 3700. with terms
suitable for anv thriftly family. ASIC
FOR THE ADDRESS OF THIS IF YOU
WANT SUCH A HOME.
HARTMAN A THOMPSON.
REAL ESTATE DEPT.
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE BLDG.
BEST OFFER MADE.
Unless you have S120O cash yon cannot
handle this bargain: it is a property
easily worth $73u0; you can buy it for
Just t.-.tJW) if you act promptly; strictly
modern 7-roora residence, with garage,
riRht on carllne In Irvlngton; all modern
front basement to attic; better construct
ed than most residences. For further par
tlculars address XX 750, Oregonian.
A OOOD 5-reom bungalow, well built: full
cement basement, cement wallts ana steps,
laundry traj-s, large bathroom, first-class
Plumbing; sewer, water, electric lights,
large finished attic; all rooms tinted, oak
floors In living and dlntng-rooma; only 15
min. out on WW carllne and in thr com
ing big factory district; there Is no
mortgage on this place and you can- buy
It for J2800, i00 cash, bal. mo. pay
ments; this ls an easy way to secure a
good home. E. A. McGrata. SSI Cham-
ber of Commerce bldg.
ON HALL ST., BET. 11TH AND 12TH.
Fraction lot and 9-rootn house, rented
at (as per month and paying 8 per cent
net on price asked; $2000 cash handles;
balance on mortgage at T per cent, or
might consider good lot or acreage at
the right price In place of the mortgage.
or xurtner partlcuiara call on my ageirc.
C. P. PfltiEsr & Co., suite 12 and 14.
Mulkey bltlg., corner 2d and Morrison.-
For gale Acreage.
9H ACRES, mile from station;
sidewalk 2-8 the way; very - rich
sou, easy to dear and only $t35
for the tract. 865 cash and only 119
per month until paid for. This is
40 minutes' car rids and has 1ft
new houses In view,
THE BHAW-FEAR COMPAXT,
Main 85 102 Fourth St. A. 8500
4 ACRES, all eleared. Terr rich
soil, on main oounty road, aidswalk
to station, only 40 minutes' car ride.
20 new houses in view, built with
in past 8 months. This for 41875,
payable 8200 cash, balance month
THE SHAW-FEAR COMPANY,
alain 85. 102 Fourth st. A 8 WO.
BEAUTIFUL 10-AORE TRACT.
Just outside limits of town of Yamhill;
well-settled nelxhborhood: would make
a fine combination tjoultry ranoh and
orchard: all in cultivation and tree of
Incumbrance: nrlce 81o0 per acre; will
sell on terms of 8150 cash; balance easy
payments; would consider trade for 6-room,
bungalow in Portland. J. w. t-ross'u.
C19 Corbett bldg.
Beautiful bunsalow. high, sightly, 3
hlnoU. frnm station An Ore. Cltv electric
Value $4iU0. Price J3300. Owner must
leave. Three years' time at 8 per cent
on about S'2rM)n. Place ls rullv eauiopeu.
Will make owner 11000 a year properly
ORTJSSI A BOLDS,
818 Board of Trade Bldg- 4th and Oak.
CHOICE ACREAGE TRACTS.
Close to Portland; rich walnut, frnlV
and rarden land: onlv small cash pay
ment, balance pays for itself In products
now on the land, which we aocept and are
tha only people making this liberal oiler.
808-8 Spalding Bldg. .
CHICKEN and FRUIT RANCHES neat
Portland: a NEW SUBDIVISION. Lowest
prices; beet soil; fine view; wood, water
and roads; 6 seres, 8400 per tract; 10 A..
J 500: 20 A.. 8300; 40 A., 81200 ; 80 A..
2000; 100 A.. 8 W00: liberal terms.
FRANK M' FAR LAND REALTY CQk.
809 Yeon bldg- Portland. Or.
TEN acres beaverdam land, under Irriga
tion and ready for erop; best lor onions.
celery, cauliflower, potatoes, etc; river
and rail transportation ; nothing better
anywhere; low price and easy payments.
Investigate. 612 Couch bldg.. 109 4th st.
L 2. 8 AND 5-aore tracts, clese-ln. suburban
property; good electric car service; iiw
to 0O per acre; easy terms. J. w. liI
terllp Realty Co., 4'J8 Corbett bldg.
40 ACRES. 14 miles east of City Hall; 20
acres of young orenaro; aoo per acre.
Main 9008. B T28. Oregonian. .
MUST have $2600. 6 acres, Improved, good
8-room house and barn. Vancouver car
llne. A snap. 808 Ablngton bldg.
ACREAGE and farms, from 812.50 per aoro
np; large ana small traois. t'au nunney
Ai 6tampfer. 631-2 Lumber Exchange bldg.
10 ACRES, best of soil, carllne snd water
running tnrougn it, cioss in, tuouo, terms.
1203 Yeon bldg. .
ACRE and 8-room tent house for sale
very cneap uy owuer. nuuso rsrs, Infill is.
2s ACRE3, 20 minutes from the Courtbouee.
Close to gooa eieoirio uue. tux suu, van
414 Spalding bldg.
ACRES near Lents; sals or trade. Rob
ert A Miller, BJ0 Worcester Dlug.
10 ACRES. 8S00,
810 down, 10 a month,
225 Lumber exohange. I
good soil, level.
For hale ltusinese Property.
Corner lot on Seventh at., near Burrv-
slde; Income 8700 per month.
corner on xayior su, one xor apart
Quarter block on park at. ?
inside lot on West Park, apartm't alto.
Over quarter close In on Union ave in
come over $400 per month.
VANDUYN A WALTON,
616 Chamber Commerce.
40x100. close In. an East Side. $A7G0i
?750 oash, balances eaay terms) and low 1 Li
ft rest. Tlie owner's loss, but tho purohaa
esr's gain. Call at once.
NORTH COAST COLsONTZATTON COM :
Main 255. 4.i3 Chamber of Commeroe bide.
$400 WILL, buy a $1100 enuity In a five-
room nioaern ounKsuow; nosu uity. ass
Whipple, t-4 Chamber of Commerce. Main
For ftalfs- HorMeJtad.
HOMESTEAD, 0 acree, eouthem Oreffon,
3300 fern elevation. One soli, Gregory sta
tion one mile, fenced, IS acres tilled, and
60 tillable; new 6-room house and o&rtv
etc.. 00 young fruit trees, one horse.
household goods, machinery; Improve
ments cost $1700 ; quick cash price, only
$1400. W. D. Hodgson. Ashland, Or.
HOMESTEAD, near Portland, large, green
timber, water, prairie, goon aou, croo
this year, homos of value, foes right Bern
Covey, 267 Oak. room 21-
160-ACRE homestead relinquishment, tnp
mile from station, wheat land, 000 Henry
For 6al? Fruit Itida.
FOR BALE 80 acres, splendid fruit land.
83 acres planted to apples. Just coming
into bearing; $12,000. O 724, Oregonian.
For Sale Farms.
DON'T WAIT 15 YEARS. """" "
BUT CALIFORNIA FULL.-BEARINQ
MONET BACK IK NOT SATISFIED. -100.00
cash and $30.00 per month buve
five acres with full bearing fruit trees
In th famous BidweM Orchards at Chl-
Calitornta. i'uyments Include Inter
est snd taxes. Your money back If not
satisfied upon investigation. The Bidwell
Orchards are the most noted and pro
ductive in the wonderful Sacramento Val
ley of California, It's our confidence tn
this land that prompts this generous after.
We've peaches, prunes, almonds, apri
cots and Bartlett pears. Buyers railroad
fares, not exceeding $20.00. will be cred
ited on purchase price. Land adjoins the
thriving town of Chlco (14.000 pop.)
Kefemnces: Any bank of Chlco, Ameri
can National Bunk of Ban Francisco and
First National Bank of Ban Leandro.)
Bend for valuable information and facts
Bidwell Orchards, Inc., Chlco, CaL
FINE farm, 147 acres, 90 under plow, '12
acres of prunes, large Schneider prune
drler, sortie timber, fine soil. H miles from
good town and boat landing in Clark
Co., Wash.; farm and all equipments go
for $70 per acre, some terms. Particulars
address A. Doming. Battleground, Want,.
GREATEST sacrifice within 18 miles of port
land; buildings, orchard, stream, r-xcellent
soil; near - eiectrlc; 8 acres, $6u00; im-
mediate possession. Investigate Immedl
ately. Owner, 1030 Grand ave. North.
15S ACRES best hop land In the Willamette
Valley, i mile Oregon Eleotrio station;
$R3 per acre; all cleared, no rock; every
acre excellent soil; on pood road; muut
raise $0000; terma on balance; no fake.
H. X. Swank, 308 Abington bldg.
SALT Klver Valley, Arisona, offers best In
ducement In soil, water, climate and busi
ness openings, farming year round Sift
clear days in year; alfalfa, sugar beets
Citrus fruits, all grains. Writ Glendaie
(Arisona) Board of Trade. j .
RANCH 60 acres, with buildings, IS miles
from Portland, near electric line; bargain
Xor all cash, by owner. 1&2 Morrlsoa st.