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THE MORNING OREGOXIAX, FRIDAY, 'JULY "12 1912.
Coast Forces Numbering 5000
to 6000 Regulars and Mi
litia, Are Mobilizing.
CENTRALIA IS SUPPLY BASE
Colonel Young, of Twenty-First In
fantry, and Colonel Kennon, of
Twenty-Fifth In Charge of the
VANCOUVER BARRACKS. Wash-,
luly 11. (Special.) With Centralla and
Montesano. Wash., as their objective
points, between 6000 and 6000 of the
United States Army and the organized
militia of Oregon. Washington and
Idaho are now marching, or will be
within the next few days. The departure-
of the troops from each post is so
timed that all will reach their destina
tion July 19 and 20. The organized mi
litia, will not march to the battlefield,
but will go by rail.
General Marlon P. Haul, commanding
the Department of the Columbia, to
night said: "The troops are moving
throughout the department, or are pre
pared to do so when it is time. The
assembling and mobilizing Is on. With
my personal staff I expect to leave de
partment headquarters some time after
July 15. and go by rail to Centralla.
The maneuvers this year will give tine
training for the organized militia of
the several states, and tney wui oe in
structed as thoroughly In the various
problems of warfare as though prepar
ing to go Into the field.
"The subordinate officers will be re
quired to submit reports, with sugges
tions and recommendations, of the ma
neuvers, to brigade commanders, con
cerning every phase of clothing, equip
ment, discipline, training, and especially
all military operations. Brigade com
manders will submit similar reports to
the department headquarters not later
than August 15. embodying, as far as
may be necessary, the reports of the
subordinates, or . extracts from them.
The ep'orts will be accompanied by the
necessary sketches and extracts from
war diaries." '
Tweatr-arat Has Started.
The Twenty-flrst Infantry, under
command of Colonel George S Toung,
left this post today, and the Twenty
fifth Infantry left Fort Lawton. The
First Cavalry, of Boise Barracks, ar
rived here last night by train, and they
will leave here Saturday morning at 9
o'clock, on foot.
The troops will be divided into two
contending forces, as follows: The blue
brigade. Colonel Young commanding,
regular troops Twenty-first Infantry,
regimental headquarters, headquarters
second battalion and two batteries. Sec
ond Field Artillery; headquarters third
squadron and two troops First Cavalry:
Company. F. second battalion engineers
(less mounted detachment), and a de
tachment of five enlisted men of U.e
Signal Corps. .
Militia Second. Infantry. Washington
National Guard; Troop B. Washington
National Guard;. Company A,. Signal
Corps, Washington National Guard
(less one wire section).
The red brigade. Colonel I. W. V.
Kennon, of the Twenty-fifth Infantry,
commanding, regular troops Twenty
fifth Infantry: one battery Second Field
Artillery; two troops First Cavalry;
mounted detachment Company F. sec
ond battalion engineers: detachment of
one officer and five enlisted men of the
Signal Corps. The battery and two
troops assigned to the red brigade will
be designated by the commanding offi
cers. Second Field Artillery. and third
squadron. First Cavalry, respectively. ,
Organized militia Third Infantry,
Oregon National Guard; ambulance
company. Oregon National Guard; Sec
ond Infantry. Idaho National Guard;
one wire section. Company A, Signal
Corps, Washington National Guard (to
be designated by the Adjutant-General,
The sanitary personnel, regular
troops, will be assigned by special in
structions. The blue brigade will concentrate at
Centralla and the red brigade at Monte
sano. Both will be'completed July 20.
The maneuvers close July SS.
The baud and the second and third
battalions of the Twenty-fifth Infan
try will go by rail from Fort George
Wright to Fort Lawton, marching from
there. The Twenty-fifth Infantry, en
tire, will march from Fort Lawton to
On the completion of the maneuver
campaign all troops will return to their
stations In the same manner provided
for their concentration. Troops which
are to make the entire Journey by rail
will entrain at Gate. Wash.
Camp sites, water and fuel will be
paid for as provided during ordinary
practice marches. Forage will be pur
chased locally when practicable, and
will be shipped by rail when necessary.
When going to the points of concentra
tion necessary steps will be taken to
provide subsistence. Perishable parts
of the rations will be shipped by ex
press when necessary.
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND. July 1 1. Maximum temper,
tare. 74 decree: minimum. $4 dcrMC
River reading. A. M.. 12 J feet: chance In
last 24 hours. O.J toot fall. Total rainfall.
t P. M. to S P. M-. none; total rainfall since
September 1. mi. $4.i inches; normal.
44.J1 Inchee; deficiency. 1S.30 inches. Total
sunshine. II hours IS minutes; possible, II
hours 3 minutes. Barometer (reduced to
sea level) at 6 P. M.. t0.0 inches.
THE WEATHER. .
7 0.00 15 elm ;Clear
Ies Moines ....
Kansas City ...
Klamath Falls .
New Orleans ...
North Yakima .
San Francisco. .
Tatoosh Island .
Walla Walla -..
: o.oo i se
880. 001 'N
$80. 00 ;S
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(SO. 001 C NWIClear
to 0.00 tt.vwi
SO 0.0J lO NE
SS 0.01 6'SE
88 14 SW
S8'O.00 4 W
74 0.00! N
84 0.011 IN
8o!oO 4 NWCloudy
7 o.ool i'yw;pt cloudy
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Th pressure Is moderately high ovr
SCHOOLS AM) COLLEGES.
(Twenty-fly miles south of San Francisco.)
Is trying, and we believe successfully try
ma:, to do for the moral, the Intellectual
and the physical welfare of its boys what
thoughtful parents most wish to have done.
Contrlbutlve to tbls end are the location of
the school, removed from the temptations
sod distractions ot town or city, the fine
ness of Its climate, the excellence of Its
buildings and other equipment, and the
beauty and extent of Its grounds, with the
wide range of foothills surrounding them.
We are a: led to have our patrons and grad
uates consulted. For catalogue and other
specific Information aaoresa me rau
t i vta km bp the Assistant Head
Master will later be Is Portland, and will
be glad to see anyone who may care to
know-more about th school. Due notice
of th time when and the place where he
may be seen will later accompany this
W. T. REID. (Harvard)
GILBERT N. BRINK. (Pomona)
Assistant Head . Master.
Primary and Grammar School of
Organized to do th work of th grades
In seven years. An experienced teacher In
each grade. Attention chiefly to funda
mental subjects. A, well equipped gymna
sium and open court under roof give oppor
tunity for indoor and outdoor exercls and
play in all weathers. An experienced direc
tor In charge.
-n . i ... i ... ,4 .nun.
soy and gins m-1 c . c , . . - j -
six years. Pupils from Mt. Tabor can
reach the Academy without change; from
j, - DnMi alnn
otner ci-aricis whu on uiai'D --
nxad for aafa conduct to and from school
oi primary pupus ruu $ - ------
Portland and other part of city, Fr-
iicuievrs lurauiica vu r-J;iiv-- -- -
office, corner 13th and Montomary. Cata
logue on application.
rr.. . . rv HsJ,nnl far Girls wader AV
rear of Bisters of Bi. Job Baptist IKpiscopairi
Collegiate. ArsflsmH ana uemenimrr
Depts. sluato. Art, Kleeattoa. Gymnasium.
(Resident papiis most be over M rears of ami sad
wU recommended. Th somber Is limited to
flftr. Apsllostioa should be sud early.) Address
Th Si.tf 8TTii-,0K 18, 81-Hslens HsIl.rsrtlsss.Or.
for Girls. Cocdoaed by the SISItHS UF IMt HOLT
NAMES OF JESUS AND MARY. Cnuh AW
Ctlifim Cmitm Music Aft. Hocsna sas CosweT
dsl Dens. t..D,sli.f,.KrfpcdMoimlsD4
IstelleenslTrsrshis.WmeforAasswssii lawil address
titrzn torERiot. at ujs , ..' rww
Mercersbnrc Academy One of the foremost
preparatory schools In America, developing
In boys those qualities that make men of
character and action. Prepare for all col
leges, technical schools and business. Send
for catalogue. Wm. Mann Irvine, LL. X..
Meaomsster. ateroersours. x-.
MISS HARKER'S SCHOOL
Palo Alto, c-ai. . ,. ,
Home and day school for girls. Accredited,
out-of-door life. 11th year begins August
20th 1013. Catalogue on application.
Hill Military Academy
Send for Il.uatrated Catalog
MAN Z ANITA HALL, Palo Alto. California.
Makes a specialty of preparing boys and
young men for the universities and techni
cal schools. Twentieth Tear opens Aug. 27,
1913. For catalogue and specific Informa
tlon address W. A. Bhadd. Headmaster.
Aslstance In Gradev HIarh-School and
Practical Helps for the Employed.
IRVING K. DAMON.
218 Ttlford Bids;. Hoar S to S P. M.
Western Washington and Western Oregon
and along the south Atlantic Coast. Over
the Interior of the entire United States low
pressure obtains. Within the last 12 hours
showers- have occurred In Alberta. Mon
tana. North Dakota and the Eastern Oulf and
South Atlantic states, also In the lower St.
Lawrence Valley. Moderately heavy rains
fell In Saskatchewan. Tennessee and th
Middle Atlantic and Southern New England
states. Thunder storms were reported
from Kallspell. Helena, wllliston. Kansas
City. Pittsburg and Boston. The weather Is
warmer In the Plalna states and tipper Mis
sissippi Valley, and In general it Is cooler In
other sections, particularly In Northeastern
Oregon. Idaho. Western Montana, near Lake
Michigan, and In New England.
The conditions sre favorable for generally
fair and continued warm weather In this
district Friday, with westerly winds pre
Portland and vicinity Fair; not much
change In temperature: northwesterly winds.
Oregon Fair: northwesterly winds.
Washington Fair: westerly winds.
Idaho Generally fair.
THEODORE F. DRAKE.
Acting District Forecaster.
Billy Sunday Takes to Orchard.
HOOD RIVER, Or, July 11. (Spe
cial.) After a strenuous year passed
In the East and Middle West. Billy
Sunday, the erstwhile baseball star and
evangelist, is here for his Summer
vacation at his ranch In the Odell dis
trict. Mr.. Sunday ha. a tract of about
40 acres, which be is developing for a
home, to which he expects to retire.
He declares that he gets more enjoy
ment out of his horticultural pursuits
than anything else. The evangelist
will fill the pulpit of the Union Church
at Odell Sunday '
AUCTION SALES TODAY.
At Wilson's Auction House, at 10 A. M.
Furniture. 171-8-6 Second street.
, . Bl-a iiitlAn Uniish IAA-IAA Park
St.. fnmitur. etc. fale at 10 A. M.
ERY NO. 16, K. T. Stated
Conclav this Friday ovenlng,
8:00 o'clock. Order of the
Tempi. All Sir Knights cour
teously Invited to attend.
F. ft NOLTNER. Reaerder.
PORTLAND LODGE. NO. 85.
A. F. ANi A. M.. Masonic Tem
ple. Special communication this
Friday evening 7:30 o'clock.
Work In th M. M. degree by
order of W. M. Visitors welcom.
C. M. fiT E ADM AN, Secretary. '
MYRTLE CHAPTER NO. 13. O.
E. 6. Regular meeting this Fri
day evening at Masonic Temple at
8 o'clock. Social postponed.
By ordr W. M.
JENNIE H. GALLOWAY; -
triRflil.r) iinoE. No. 15. I. O. O. F. will
meet this Friday evening at 8:00 o'clock In
Odd Fellow Tmple. corner First and Al
der sts. Work in the first degree. Visitors
F. COZENS. Secretary.
QUIRK In this city. July 11. at 1032
East Thirtieth '.. Thomas Quirk, age 46
years, beloved husband of Imga Quirk.
Deceased was a member of the Denver
Order of B. P. O. E. Remains at Pear
son's Funeral Parlors. 86B-871 Russell 6t
Announcement of funeral later.
STEPHENS In this city. July 10, at Good
Samaritan Hospital,. Wlnfleld Thompson
Stephens, beloved husband of Mary M.
Stephens and father of Mrs. William B.
Fechhslmar. Remains are at Holman's
Funeral Parlors. Friends Invited to at
tend funeral services which will be held
at the Portland Crematorium at 3:80 P.
M. today, Friday, July 12. Take Sellwood
car for Crematorium. .
WARREN At th family residence, 751
Kearney St.. Walter J. Warren.. agd 42
years, beloved husband of Lillian, father
of.Glrard. of this city; brother of Claud
F, William H.. and son of Mrs. Josle
Wsrren. of Seattle, Wash. Funeral serv
ices will b hld at th above resldeno
today, Friday. July 12, at 1 P. M. Friends
respectfully invited. Interment River
, View Cemetery.
BUBB Th funeral service of th lata Is
abella Bubb, who passed away at Manette,
Wash.. July S, will take place at FInleys
Chapel, today (Friday), at 10 o'clock A.
M. Interment at Rivervlew Cemetery.
Friends respectfully Invited to attend.
SEATS NOW 6 EL UNO
7 Sunday, July 14
Supported by SYDNEY AYRES. ,
IN "THE THIEF."
Evenings. 75c. SOc SSc. 25c
Wednesday Matinee. 2.V.
RA 1C E R. Main 2liA;5SSO
m GEO. L. BAKER. Mgr.
Famous BAKER STOCK COMPANY.
Matlne every day 20. Evenings 8:80.
An Instantaneous fait.
ARE YOU A MASON?
r . . . . 1. 1 .lav nn ..l4h A
ecrm from beginning to end. Ae P'Te1
witn immense succeeo oj kto ...
Its fame Is world wide.
EVENINGS. 25c. 50c. All matinees. 25c
MAIN , A 10S9 " .
MATINEE EVERT DAT
NIGHTS: 15C, tSe. SOC. TV
trvvc sn v a r.aM Tla.sco nresents
Bum and Thomas. Th Eugen Trio. Edna
- . .. .. . i ClAlmnnns
luuDy. beainy ana iucios, ruu -Orchestra.
Matinee Every Bay.
. i . . . 1 rAllallUna
WEEK JULY S.
SPECIAL BUMMER PRICES .
Nights Matinees ,
1 0 nrl 20c Anv Seat 10c
11 BBAHAX BEN BCJAMAA TROUPE
j r aiwiiv
IRENE AND BOBBIE SMITH
' DDTEHART AND HERITAGE
JOHN T. MURKY
WEEK J Ij a in aeven A''-" '
BI Jonks. The Ausonla Trio. FoM ""i1.
lous uiria, wra. jnurrww
Barefoot (Trltby) Texas Tommy
Popular ortces. Office open 10 A. M. to 10
P. M. Boxes and first row Dsjcony -
served. Phones: A TXIO. Main aooo.
tain 2:80. 7:15 ana M. -
Twelfth and Morrison.
AU This Week.
Afternoons and evenings, starting at
o'clock noon. The only and original world
With many new views never before shown.
nw 1 .. nirturea showing the
real event, taken from life. FasclnatUig,
thrilling, awe-inspiring ai sm.. -
only ones of their kind.
Admission 25c Children under is. ioc
We OAKS !
PORTLAND'S GREAT AMUSEMENT A
PARK. . i
X Big free list of outdoor attractions A
Kins; Pharaoh Famous
horse In clever stunts.
Oak Park Band The finest musical
Jf organization in Portland. I
J The Neapolitans Roma Trio in clever
tittle songs. -Punch
and Judy for the children.' '
Lsvdr Livingstone Skating bear In
ins iiijs. ...... X
MoTlng Picture In the auditorium. ?
Cor. Vaughn and Twenty-fourth Sts.
Joly 9, 10, 11, 12, 13. 14.
Games Begin Weekdays at S P. M.
Sundays, 2i30 P. M.
LADIES' DAY FRIDAY
Boys Under 12 Free to Bleachers
PORTLAND'S ROOF GARDEN,
1200 feet above the olty.
Free scenlo amusement park. High
class attractions. Opon-alr rink. Plo
nlo grounds in old apple orchard.
ADMISSION TO GROUNDS PRES.
PROUDFOOT July 8, Robert A- Proudfoot,
aged 5 years, beloved husband of Tassle
N. proudfoot. Funeral services, under the
auspice of th A. O. U. W., will be hld
at the Portland Crematorium, Friday, July
12. at 2:30 P. M. Friends respectfully in
vited to attend.. Remains at Dunning A
McEr.tee's parlors until Friday, 12 o'clock.
SW1TZER At Et. Helens. Or., July 11th,
Elisa Muckle Swltser. wife of Dana J.
K wilier, aaed 87 years 20 days. Funeral
at St. Helens on Saturday. 2 P. M.
MONUMENTS Otto ichumann Marble
worst. s ov -
serai director and undertaker, 220 Third st,
cor. Salmon. Lady assistant.
tn s u.. TvntM. FinBral Dlreotora.
7th and Fine. Phone Main 4S0. Lady at
tendant. Office of County Coroner.
A. B.ZELLEB CO., 69X-4 Williams ava
Phone East iua. y luae. uw tmun .
n . .-T w SV BtW mwiA MsutlsnBL
Lady attendant. Phone Main . A !
EAST BIDE Funeral Directors, snocsssors
to F. 8. Dunning, Inc. fc B. B 26S8.
LERCH. Undertaker, cor. East Alder aad
Sixth. East 71. B lssa. umoj skmiusi.
SKEWE8 UUSrSSI. 9 sum vuty. usata
lUi, A I it I. Lady attendant.
: MOUNT SCOTT PARK
MODERN, P O R T-
LAND'S ONLY MODERlt
of all burial plots without extra
w cnarge. rroviaea wnu a vwuw -
nent irreducible Maintena nee
Fund. Location Ideal; Just out-
tide the city limits on north "
and west slopes of Mount Scott, "
conUlning 335 a o r e s, equipped
with every modern convenience, T
PRICES TO SUIT ALL. "
Z SERVICE THE BEST. a
Z ONE MILE SOUTH OF a
I LENTS. REGULAR
Z AUTO MOBILE SERV- a,
a ICE FREE BETWEEN
. LENTS AMD THE
, CEMETERY. n i II
CITT OFFICE. 920-921 YEON
I BUILDING. MAIN 225, A 7086. a
CEMETERY OFFICE, TABOR
1468: HOME PHONE RING B
(111. THEN CALX. LOCAL 430L
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
OFFICE 175 MADISON STREET.
Phone Mala 598, A 75SS.
Horse Ambulance Phone Marshall S00.
Refer All Caaea of Cruelty t This
Office. Open Day aad Night.
Wat.- - -
CLASSIFIED AD. RATES
Daily or Sunday.
One time Js
Same ad two consecutive times. ........ .
same ad three consecutive time S0o
Same ad six or seven consecutive time.. 66
The above rates apply to advertisements
under "New Today" and all other classifica
tions except the following:
Situations Wanted. Male.
.. Situations Wanted, lemale.
For Rent, Rooms. Private Families.
Booms and Board. Private Families.
Housekeeping Koonu. private iramillea.
When one advertisement is not run In con
secutive issue the one-time rate applies.
Six words count as one line on casta ad
vertisements and no ad counted for less than
Oregonian will accept classified advertise
ments over the telephone, providing the ad
vertiser Is a subscriber to either phone. No
price will be quoted over the phone, but
bill will be rendered the following day.
Whether subsequent advertisements will be
accepted over the phone - depends upon ths
promptness of the payment of telephone ad
vertisements. Situations Wanted and Per
sonal advertisements will not be accepted
over the telephone. Orders for one inser
tion only will be accepted for "House for
Bent." "Furniture for Sale," "Business Op
portunities," "Rooznlng-Houses" and "Wsnt-
On charge or book advertisement th
charge will be based on the actual number
ot lines appearing in me paper, rvfsruwi
At ths nnmstr of words In each line.
In New Today all advertisement are
charged by measure omy, s- uuea to u
Remittances most accompany ont-of-towa
AT BAKER'S AUCTION ROOMS
The Fine Furnishlns; From Mrs. Stan
ley's Residence for Positive Sale.
Comprising genuine leather Turkish
rockers, davenports, "vVhithall Wilton
carpets, -Axminster rugs, carpets, silk
velour and other draperies, Circassian
walnut bedroom furniture, brass and
Iron beds. sDrlnsrs ' and mattresses.
dressers and chiffoniers, buffet, dining
table and chairs, mahogany parlor rur
nlture, lady's desk, pedestal, pictures,
refrigerator, kitchen treasure and
many other useful lots.
Auction today at 10 o'clock.
V. C. BAKER A A. C. CROWELL,
Salesrooms 186-168 Parle Street.
T-ncatfirl between Portland and Oreeon
City and about one mile from Willam
ette River. Fine view point. For sale
entire or from 10 acres up. Prices
right. Sure profit to the buyer in the
I. G. DAVIDSON,
819 Chamber of Commerce. .
Good Time to
Try Timber Lands,
c. j. Mccracken
304 McKay Bldg.
193 Acres Finest
Tillamook Dairy Land
For sale by its owner. This is the
long-famous Elmore ranch: joins Sea
port Addition to Tillamook City; is
most beautiful site on river and bay;
paradise for hunting and fishing; 160
acres entirely free of stumps and In
superb meadow. EASY TERJI9. .
J. H. HATHAWAY, Tillamook. Oregon.
I am retiring from real estate,' and
offer the balance of .my addition, of
which 75 per cent has been sold, at a
yery large discount. Will not list, and
desire to deal only with principals. If
Interested I will call and submit my
proposition. A J 209, Oregonian.
Two swell homes, strictly modern In
everv Dartlcular. completely furnished
one of seven rooms at IS50O, one of
eight rooms 17500. if you are looking
for a complete home ready to step Into,
you should see these. Ask for Mr.
.. GRUSSI HOLDS,
S18 Board of Trade Bldsc 4th and Oak.
C fiv 1 fif S. W. corner Fifteenth and
OU J.UU Marshall streets, on track.
Splendid corner for wholesale or ware
house site. Price very low, only $3000
cash. For price and terms ask
CELL A RS-M URTON CO.. V eon Bids;.
95O.0O0 and Over on '
CENTRAL BUSINESS PROPERTY.
LOWEST CLHKE.VT RATES,
WM. MA CM ASTER
71 Corbett Bids. '
Nice, level land, within ten miles of
tha renter of Portland, on a good, hard
road, $125 per acre. One-fifth down and
five to ten years on me oaiance.
MOODY LAND CO.,
1616 Chamber of Com merge. Main 87.
On first-class improved city property.
5 to 7 per cent. , -
Farm Loans. ,
A. H. BLEEELL CO,
202 McKay Bldg., Third and Stark.
On the beautiful western slODe of
Mount Tabor, -elegant surroundings.
szuuu oeiow marKQt vaiue. inn can oe
handled for 14000 cash.
804 Oak Street.
6l JOHN E. CRONAN, 7
J O 02 paldlnr Bldsr. O
, MORTGAGE LOANS
- In Sums to Suit on City Property.
XS000 to Loan on Farm Lands. .
GEO. H. THOMAS,
267 Oak St., Room 3 Alnssvorth Bldg.
rOLLIS, BERRIDI.B A THOMPSON,
P3EL1G ACCOUNTANTS, AUDITORS,
824 Worcester Block. Pbom Mala SM7
Buy 24 acres near Portland, on- carline
ana county i u.ua, u s.. diuU - - -,12,000.
Then forget It. .
come back in a year and take your
See Chas. Kupper,
CHAPIX-HERLOW . Afr
rG. TRUST CO. JTfj
33 Chamber ot Afjf '
ON WEST SIDE
For Sale by Owner
in the best residence district (has just
been completed), 9 large rooms and up
to date in all respects. Worth $15,008;
must raise money; win sell for $10,000.
Must have $8000 cash, balance on
mortgage at 6 per cent. 872 Northrup
street, next to corner two, street.
REAL ESTATE DEALER-
BRUBAKER A BENEDICT,
bldg. M. MD.
Beck, William G.. 815-319 Falling bids.
Cbapln A Herlow. 832 Chamber of Commsro.
Cook. B. S. Co.. SOS Corbett bldg. .
t,nnin a r, Msin iftft. ' 206. Oresonlaii.
PALMER-JONES CO- H. P. 0sS-l0
Wilcox bids". . .
Tbe Oreeon Real Estata Co.. Grand ava, at
Multnoa.ah at. (Holladay Addition.
For Sale Lots.
,n.1,0 1.1. ...... .,.Anr Bnj4 H.1V O t Xft
OVA JU J, HtlJI CBBl ... 1 ' - -
Hood. Lls pertectly level-' and is close
lu. null, crinics- iit: ,.n .... e
den purposes. Substantial homes all
around. Some nice nrs. A bargain for
$1600. Terms. AB 207. Oregoniais.
2 full lots 100x100 ft., on Alberta St.,
near Concord; hard-surface pavement;
price $125(1. terms.
H. P. PALMER-JONES CO..
404 Wilcox Bldg.
Phones Main 86S. A 2653.
PORTLAND HEIGHTS EXCLUSIVELY. '
Both high-Class and cheap property,
and I have the bargains In this district;
If you want to buy to advantage on Port,
land Heights you will have to see me. . -Marshall
4827. BROOKE. A 8839.
INVEST IN 1RVINGTON.
100X100 on Knott St., $3800, only 200
cash reaulred; also an Inside lot on East
urh fn, sistk: sioA -cash will handle:
best buys In Portland.-Phone East, 1796
or Marshall oua.
$10 DOWN $10 PER MONTH.
Fine view lot, matured fruit trees, re
stricted district, near car, cement walk
and curb. Bull Run water. Psovidcnt
Trust Company, second floor Selling bldg.
Main 1S0O, A-vszoi.
BEAUTIFUL view lot on southern slop
near Council C:.-est $850 and up. Includ
ing cement sidewalks, curbs, graded street
ana water; building restrictions: sold on
easy terms. Provident Trust Company,
2d floor Selling bldg. Main .1800. A-6261.
30 lots. Alberta district, at a price
that will surprise you.
CO-OPERATIVE TRUST COMPANY.
BEAUTIFUL valley view lots, with fruit
tre-s on West Side, sidewalk and water
paM; 20 minutes from postoffice; $375 up.
Provident Trust Co., second floor Selling
... . m . i , , onti a ajm
IF you wish to bux or sell In tha Irvlng-
. ... ... -17 r,av lr.t In this
ion U IB II i-sea ."
district as low as $50 on easy terms.
J. J. canann, zui uq xvm;s.nm.
$10 CASH. $1 week My 'beautiful level lot.
Reed College district, large shade trees,
withnur Interest: s or -taxes; must . ' selK
Writ owner. P 207, Oregonian.
LOT' on East 26th at.,: near Holgate, tout
oiocs.8 iron, - vsiiiuv, ..i .".....B ....
sidewalk paid lor; $450 cash. Telephone
Main 338. '
LE NOIR A CO.
Dealers In West Side property.
MS-7-S Chamber of Commerce Bldg.
FOR SALE or long lease, one of the most
centrally located lots, 25x100. AJ ?07,
EQUITY In four Laurelhurst lota
FOR quick sale, lot in Montavilla. $325
cash; bargain. AW 485. Oregonian.
For Sale Houses.
HAWTHORNE DISTRICT, .
a rooms, newly papered and-painted:
. on corner lot. 23 minutes' ride on 38to
street This house most be sold so investi
gate at once. Price $3000.
CO-OPERATIVE TRUST COMPANY,
v 404 Teon Bldg.
Pretty modern new cottage with garage,
etc close in, value $2600; first mortgage
$1400 three years, second mortgage $30O.
6 months; pay me $300 quick for deed. AP
RARE BARGAIN From owner. Elegant
11-room Irvington home. 80xl00-ft. .. coi
ner. E. 10th and Brazee; cost $10,500;
sell $7500; terms. No incumbrance; Im
provements In and paid for; no trades
Phone East 6385. "
A BEAUTIFUL little horn on th Willam
ette River; can be bought at a real bar
gain and on easy terms; 40 minutes on the
Oregon Electric; house nearly new, seven
rooms; about one acre: fine vlewsite; price
S5OO0. W zoi; uregonian
FOR SALE Eight-room house. 34x40. full
cement basement built-in conveniences,
full-size lot with privilege of buying ad
joining lot; two blocks froip carline: one
block from Peninsula Park; terms. P 209,
I MUST SACRIFICE MY MODERN BU.
GALOW AND GARAGE . IN ALBERTA
DISTRICT, 5 ROOMS. . FULL BASE-.
MENT. $2750. THIS IS A REAL BAR
GAIN. TERMS. W 188. OREGONIAN.
. ... r . n T r . T Y nTVft tr-M1 S V
BUILD AS YOU LIKE. WHERE TOU
LIKE; FURNISH PLANS AND MONEY
AND GUARANTEE THE WORK.
102 LUMBERMEN'S BI.DQ. "" .
FOR- BALE Modern 6-room bungalow.. 8
blocks from .carline; fin lawn and roses;
pries $2500; $100 down, balance monthly
payments. Take Woodlawn oar and call
at 14S8 Rodney ave.
FOR $150 to $250 cash and small . monthly
payments we will furnish lot In desirable
neighborhood and build according to your
plans; satisfaction guaranteed. For par
ticulars AR 180. Oregonian.
THIS IS A DANDY BUY.
MODERN 5-room bungalow: NO. 8 E. T2d
St. .in Mi. Villa in Cuthtll Add. ' Prloo
$2300. See .owner. Main 8601, 529 Henry
bldg. . ;
MUST sell new 2-room house, -lot 50x100,
nice district, 3 blocks Rose City Park
carline; $75 cash, $15 month. Including
Interest. P 210. Oregonian. .
FOR SALE New 6-room modern bungalow,
one block from car, close In; small cash
payment, easy terms, or will accept lot
as first payment. J 232. Oregonian.
Jiroaaway uuuid, ... . ,cn.i ij
.. double; also several lots. Ring up East
273, tj iBoo. iy . p.
FOR SALE Pretty 5-room modern cottage.
partly lUrniSiraa, - iruu nu iiuwvre; (wo
blocks from end of Woodlawn car. 1444
TWO-ROOM house; Jot 60x105. Price J3?5-
'V... .... I 5 nT- month Dhn..
atuu cas... s.-.-. r- v .,
Ta&or ads wi
HAVE new seven-room house In Rose City
T.-ir rnr sal. Owner. 428 Mill st.
HAVE several good house for sal In
Laureinursi at run .. .
LESS than cost, new 5-room plsstered house.
EQUITY of $2500 In new T-room home In
nr. H. Ray. owner. Woodlawn 886.
SUNNYSIDE bungalow; everything modern.
i. . ns a tr . . , Tsvlnr. Hvn,r Phnns
FOR FINE HOMES
&ee ueianunt. -
NEW 6-room house, built right, larg lot;
auto service; Tabor 3372.
FOR SALE Laurelhurst lot; all Improve
ments paid. -Tabor 2407.- .
BARGAIN In new modern 5-room hoase if
taken by Sunday. Tabor $197,
For Sale Houses.
HOMES ON EASY PAYMENTS.
6-room house, new, modern, '.'00 feet to
ear; lot 50x100; close In; excellent neigh
borhood: $J750.00. Easy terms.
6 rooms and sleeping porch, bungalow
style; Just completed. AH built-in con
veniences aiid strictly up-to-date. East
front. 200 feet to car. In Laurelhurst.
$52o0.00. Terms to suit.
8 rooms and sleeping porch, new. double
construction, excellent finish, beamed ana
paneled dining-room, fireplace. furnacj
and all built-in conveniences. Plastered
basemant; fruit and vegetable rooms. Two
large rooms can be finished on third floor.
$5S00.0lt. Small cash payment.
5-room bungalow, modern, all built in
conveniences, furnace, fireplace, three
blocks from car, near fireproof school;
gas. electricity: street Improvements paid:
excellent view, corner, $3350.00; $200
5-room bungalow, thoroughly modern:
all built-in effects; fireplace, near school;
city and mountain view; street Improve
ments paid; restricted district; tbre
blocks to car. $3150.00. Terms.
4 rooms In excellent suburb, restrictions;
built-in conveniences; large rooms . "re
place, electric fixtures and tinting Includ
ed in price$2500.O0.
3-roora house, lot 100x185. West Side,
within thee mile circle, three blocks to
car. 15 minutes from postoffice: shade
trees, fine soil. $1500.00; small cash pay
ment down. , n
3 rooms and bath, comer lot lOOxioo.
fine view of Tualatin Valley. West Side,
two blocks to car; 15 minutes to post
office. Walks, graded streets and water.
$2200.00. $200 cash will handle it; bal
ance like rent.
PROVIDENT TRUST CO.
Second Floor Selling Bldg.
Main 180O: A-0261. '
$100 FREE GIFT $100.
DURING ELK WEEK.
To the purchaser of this cozy new 5
room modern bungalow, located one block
to Rose City Park csr near Country Club,
.... -taA n iiu. Am.nt hs.sement.
Dutch kitchen, double 'floors, mission and
enamel finish, buffet, wired,, tinted, etc.;
graded lot: at BARGAIN PRICE OF
ONLY $2200; $300 down, balance IS
months. Let me tell you why it's the
greatest bargain in this district. Must be
purchased Defore rriaay evening w se
cure the $100. Call on or .phone Jas. C.
Logan. S15 Spalding bldg. Marshall 2i4.
A 24K9. ;
HOME on Portland Heights, convenient to
carline. Tha east front with large spacious
verandas affords a splendid view of Mt.
Hood. This home designed particularly for
comfort in every detail. e en
with an extra room available, tastofully
arranged and well-lighted. Large livlng-
ana aining-rooms, large ouhpi rvni....,
.h.mk.r rinwnstair with lav.
atory and toilet, thre large airy sleeping
-nmhr imsrnlrs. together with moaiirn
bath. Large, well-lighted basement, part
of which is suitable for billiard room. Price
for an immediate sale, $5800. Terms. AO
211, Oregonian. -
MR. LOT OWNER. "
uvav. Til vnrTTl PHANCE TO IM
PROVE YOUR PROPERTY WITH - A
HOME, FLAT OR APARTMENT ; WILL
FINANCE IT AT A LOW rate, ur ij
TPnircT pr.ivs FURVIPHED FREE;
IT WILL PAY YOU TO COME IN AND
TALK THIS OVER.
J. S. ATKINS,
ARCHITECT AND BUILDER,
BUILD ON YOUR VACANT LOT.
TURN 1 HE BURDEN INTO INCOME.
WE FURNISH PLANS, FINANCE AND
BUILD APARTMENT OR RESIDENCE
AT LOW COST. WE GIVE BOND,
SHOW OUR WORK AND REFER TO
OUR CLIENTS. SEE US BEFORE YOU
MAKE PLANS; IT WILL PAY
L. R. BAILEY CO., CONTRACTING
DELIGHTFUL HOME IN COLLEGE TOWN
. Fine nine-room house, charming view,
good drainage, pure water; -within 1 mile
of high school and college, hour's ride by
electric road to Portland: nine acres wen
tilled land, mostly planted to apples, cher
ries and small fruits; combined -advantages
of city and country. For sale by
owner. J. W. Livingston. Forest Grove. Or.
BUILD FOR YOU.
BUILDS B-ROOM HOME.
5 or 8 rooms, built to suit you, on your
own selected lot anywhere; 100 beautiful
attractive homes to look at: planning,
financing, talk with Mr. Wilson, terms
as low as $15 per month. National Realty
&" Trust Co., 723 Chamber of Commerce.
Alameda Park, 6 rooms, furnace, ce
ment basement, fireplace, built-in buffet,
beam celilngs. up to date and modern;
value $4750; our price and. terms will sur
prise you; must be sold at once.
CO-OPERATIVE TRUST CO.
1UK CALL OUW Miwwc.u -
house 1 choice lots, nice lawn and
flowers close to streetcar line, stores,
etc.;' worth $4000; also $600 choice lot.
fruit trees, berries and small house, worth
$.800. These are the beet bargains In
Portland; must be sold. See' th owner.
505 Gerlinger bldg- 2d and Air.
$18.50 EACH month My cosy little home,
living-room, paneled dining-room, bur
fet, platerall, Dutch kitchen, bedroom,
bath. 50x100 lot, cemenf walks, curbs,
garden, chicken-house and yard; your op-
. i ... - oni nM.nnlan
BERIRABLB HOMES. SIGHTLY LOTS.
NEUHAUSEN & CO.. 703 LEWIS BLDG.
4TH AND OAK STS. MAIN 8078.
For Bale Business Property.
r.A.1. l i-. . i.. . ....... i .
$0000, 'i cash, for a fine business cor
ner, 75x$5. If properly Improved it will pay
bli25ndoo!" $15,000 cash for lot 200x74.
covered with buildings and bringing fa r
Income now; will bring large dividends If
some Improvements are made. We can
show you some of the best Investments In
F. FUCHS, 420 Chamber of Commerce.
r.. . -f . -, -. i, v t a
For Sale Acreage.
5 ACRE rich fruit and poultry land, near
Gresham and Troutdale. 2 acres upland:
2 acres side hill, -covered with second
growth alder, excellent for poultry: 1
. . t. v tanH allltshln frtr OHlnnS.
scrvs i l; i . ...... - - ---
strong living stream; some fir and cedar
timoer; price soo.i. w u"wu .uu r
month; land adjoining held at 3o0 per
acre. We are the owners.
FIRLANDS TRUST CO..
' . 716-720 Spalding. Bldg.
AT PLEASANT HOME. ON MT. HOOD
Forty acrea partly Improyed. all good,
level land, 800" to 1000 cords wood can b
made: owing to- death In family, will be
sold at $175 per acre: you haven't heard
of any such price, have you? See us at
once. First State Bank. Gresham, Or.
ONLY TEN PER CENT DOWN.
One per cent per month, paid monthly.
cuarterW or semi-annually, will purchase
ten-acre tracts, partly Improved, in Delate
Illlhee at Qresbam. Close to school, clos
to carline: two tracts with good springs
on high ground; better for you than rent-
ing. f irst. Pima j?uia. m
CHICKEN a375 FIIUIT BAXCH, near
v-"AV-'t . -c. ofDnroiemv TAwaaf
DTlCesB. ov wi iuiv , .
iind roads; 6 acre... 400 per tract; 10-A.,
vv x yf as - ' " 9 '
2000: 1(0 A. $3000: liberal terms.
FRANK M FARLAND REALTY CO..
809 Yeon Bldg.. Portland, Or.
A acres. Improved streets, right on car
line 6-room house, shed and barn; all In
cultivation, fruit and hay; platted 48 full
lots sewars paid; Inside built-up residence
section of Oregon's second City; immediate
casn. ys . w."o
17 ACRES near Beaverton. 15 cleared. ?
blocks frotfi car station and running water;
casn. ai 'r6"
only ssuv ' ' , . -
Wilson, PQfJi'S. v... -
YOU WANT a picturesque Summer home
with running water, iuisii iiiii, su
acr or two for chickens, $200 and up,
easy terms, choice acreage, clos to Port
land on electric carline. phone, school,
store etc. J. W. Hcfferlin. 107 Railway
Exchange." Main 348.
TJt.IM Agnail ai v..
Half under cultivation, close to school
and carline; running water, good spring;
can put In five acres of spuds this year.
S" FIRST STATE BANK. '
TEN ACRES AT HOOAN STATION. .
In Gresham school district, good land,
only want $500 down, price $200 per acre.
You haven't heard of such a price at
Gresham In ten yeara You will have to
tinrrv First State Bank, Gresham. Or.
INDEPENDENCE GARDENS; good soil.
ciearea aim u - - , - -. .
acres' three blocks from Luther Station;
80 minutes' ride from city; low prices and
easy terma Owner. 620 Lumbermens
Bidg. nones a. jqj. .v uuui.wu iouq
WE HAVE the best acre tract for the least
money - anu . u,. . ,
minutes out by car that you can .find.
Let us tell yoa about It.
M. C. REED CO..-
617 Board of Trade. Main 4675.
REAL bargain In Hood River belt: am com-
peiiea w , ....... - - - - -- -
ard. land In the Northwest for sacrlAce;
will take only a few dollars down and
few monthly. AC 209. Oregonian.
WILL sell or trade, 1 acre of land with
new nous mu nun. - - - .
cus. for small house and lot In neighbor
hood between Hawthorn ave. and Foster
Koaa. V JOl, vresouiu,
MAGiNlr 1 rbALn r ui. . .... ...
i acres, cleared, on carlln. near stop.
West Side, running water; only $1600,
terms.- 1208 Yeon bldg.
JOIN Hermosillo. Mexican Land Colony. A.
2,1 rllgnnouse, wisiuuer u. viuiiorce
$42.50' PER ACRE buys well-Improved stek
ranch, or will trad -for unincumbered city
property. AD 2Q9. Oregonian.
WILL you pay 60 cents aown ana zo cents
per month per acre lor good land I AK
For Sale Acreage.
. AN IDEAL SUBURBAN HOME PROP
ERTY. 1 ACRES FRONTING ON SPLEN
DID AUTOMOBILE ROAD. 5 BLOCKS
FROM ELECTRIC CAR STATION. X5
MINUTES FROM PORTLAND'S BUSI
NESS CENTER BY AUTOMOBILE. 50
MINUTES BY ELECTRIC CAR, SPLEN
DID SOIL, NO ROCK OR GRAVEL, half
cleared and level, balanc easily cleared
and sloping, all drains well, running,
spring water, splendidly located for fruit,
berries, gardening, chlckpns and a superb
country home. 4 blocks from store, school,
telephone, daily rural mail delivery. Sac
rifice price $273 per acre, very reason
able terms. See this today.
J. W. HEFFERLIN.
S07 Railway Exchange bldg. Main 2248.
CLOSE-IN SUBURBAN ACREAGE.
Conveniences and privileges of the city,
with freedom and economy of the country.
35 minutes by automobile, 50 minutes by
electric car. splendid soil, level, good
drainage, two and a third acres, all
cleared, level, running water, only $812;
four acres, practically all cleared and
level, spring water, only $1400 : 2.S8 acres,
uncleared, rolling, splendid tor chickens,
only $650: two and one-half acres, un
cleared, rolling and some rough, only $4tl.
Terms one-fourth cash, balance 6 per cent,
J. TV. HEFFERLIN.
307 Railway Exchange bldg. Main 2248.
ACREAGE tracts of H to 5 and 10
acres each, close to Portland, both
northwest and west of city, at $150
to $500 per acre upon monthly pay
ment plan. See us, the oldest and
largest acreage people In the city.
7HE SHAW-FEAR COMPANY.
Main 35 102 Fourth St. A 3500
5H acres, only $4(10 cash, balance eas .
terms, best deep soil, nearly half cleared '
and level, balaacc sloping, easily cleared.
good drainage, faces good county road.-,
live blocks from electric car station, tele.,
phone, store, school; splendid close-in .
suburban property. Price Jess than one '
city lot. only $1644. Cash $400. balance .
easy payments. ,
J. W. HEFFERLIN.
3V7 Railway Exchange bldg. Main 2248.
80 ACRES. j
Within 5 miles of Portland, on county
road, next to Washington County line.
near Sky-line boulevard: partially wood- :i
ed, plenty of water; pries $125 per acre, ,i
H. P. PALMER-JONES CO., ' "
404 Wilcox Bldg. t
Phones Main S609. A 2653. :'
For Sale Fruit Lands.
HOOD RIVER APPLE ORCHARD 25 serfs
In the heart of the famous Hood Rivr
Valley. Best red-shot soil, planted to
best commercial varieties one to nine years
old: 16 acres in apples. 1 acre In pears,
1 acre pasture, balance In heavy fir grove;
new barn, five-room house; fin young
team of gentle mares; all necessary equip
ment, ten shares of stock in Irrigating
company; one two-year old mare colt;
fine drinking water: telephone; schools;
churches: roads; depot Vi mile; trees ex
pected to produce 200 boxes this Fall:
strawberry and raspberry patches; trout
stream with small water power; finest
neighbors, climate and scenery; Union
handles product Insuring highest prices.
Owners wish to sell to obtain money to
develop larger place. Agents need not ap
ply. Address Red Cross Orchard Co..
ORCHAKD BARGAIN. SOUTHERN
Choicest ten acres in 1000-arre com
mercial orchard, located In Garden Val
ley on North Umpqua River, opposite
Cleveland, 6 miles from Roseburg. Planted
Fall 1008, half Spltxenberg. balance Yel
low Newtown. Will very soon pay 100
per cent or more annually on purchase
price. Inquire 405 Columbia bldg.. or x '
180. Oregonian ' '
Let me sell you one of my two first
class spple orchards bearing and Income
producing, where you can retire and IK
in inTiirv. one at. Hood River at $32.50n.
at Estacada $30,000. These are bargains:
and on , easy terms. I want to sell olio
and keep the other for my country home.
Owner. P. O. box 417, Portland. Or.
HOOD RIVER ORCHARD. 20 acres. 12 acres
apples, part 20 years old: 16 acres cleared;
new 6-room 2-story bungalow on wouded
hilltop; magnificent view; electric lights;
gravity water system, 3 porches. Box 55,
R. D. No. 1, Hood River. Or.
BEST PLACE ON EARTH.
HOOD RIVER VALLEY.
Am ottering this week on of the best
orchard propositions In this world-fa--,
mous valley; examine It while on the
ground. Owner, 902 Spalding bldg.
FOR SALE Hood River orchard, 10 acres;
part In bearing, balance young trees; 6Vi
miles out; small house, good barn; prlc
reasonable. No exchange, E. I. Apgar. K
1. Hood River, Or.
WHITE SALMON. ' :
Will sell 40 of my 80 acres fine red
shot land; every foot tillable when cleaied.
H 22. oregonian.
HAVE 200 seres fruit land at Medford. Or.,
for sal cheap; 52 acres In young orchard.
Robert Martyn. 607 Yeon bldg.
For gale Homesteads.
HOMESTEAD relinquishment for sale cheap.
160 acres In Eastern Oregon; 17 acres In
crops, balance of land easily plowed; will
sell house, team, wagon and all Improve
ments. AT 20S. Oregonian.
For Sale Farm.
BEST FARM BUT.
17J ACRES FOR $25,000.
Her I one of the best farm buys
In Oregon. Certain It Is that It is
on of th best money-makers to
be found anywhere. Read the de
scription carefully, which is a tru
representation of Just what you
will find when you look the prop
erty over. There are 175 a.ires. 100
acres In cultivation, balanc good
timber and pasture. The entire
tract the very best of land. The soil
Is as follows: 35 acres of genuine
beaverdam. producing the very best
of onion crops every year; 60 acres
of sandy loam bottom. 20 acres of
which Is set to 2-year-old peaches;
the balance Is very best of loam
-upland. Two living streams of
water; good 8-room plastered houfe,
hot and cold water, bath, toilet,
etc.; splendid water system through
out; large barn and outbuildings:
this Is th best value we know of.
One man made a fortune larmlng
this place. Price $25,000. Good
122 6th st. N-, cor. 6th and Gllsan.
A 7259, Main 4381.
I.R1SE FOR SALE.
i setvs. ciairv farm, all In cultivation.
f-nod rich bottom soil, all In crop consist
nr of oats., wheat, barley and potatoes; 1 y
mru from Hlllsboro; the very best of v
T furntttira. tools, etc.. with 1 if.
year's lease paid; this lease runs for five .
years at only $1000 per year. Th cows
will more than pay the rent. Further ln-t
formation, address Hlllsboro. Or., box 444. x-
A NO. 1 FARM . i
FOR SALE CHEAP.
50 acres, all In cultivation. Slack bottom
land. 24 acres In young Italian prunes.
fine 7-room house, big barn, outbuildings. ;
ftrnoriv water system. wir.iu uum, .
n. garden, etc., all hay and grain and
n tools goes with place, near 4 good jr
ns. Just 14 miles from Salem. Phone
or write H. Graham. Aumsvllle, Or., $130
per acre, some terms.
FOR SALE A model farm. 78 acres. 70
clear, rest timber, fine crops, good build
ings good roads, near Damascus; old ag
compels ma to sell; $100 cash to any;.
man who brings a buyer. For further in")
formation writ to Jostph Krotsch, Bor-,P
mg. Or. '
- FARMERS AND HOMESEEKERS.
We have all kinds and sixes of choir '."
farmland In Oregon, and guarantee what
we represent. Good value for your money :-
and a square deal to everybody.'
F. FUCHS. 420 Chamber of Commerce.
865-ACRE stock, fruit and grain ranch Irt
Linn County; fenced, with Improvements.,,
for $30,000; one-third down, balance on1'
3 to t years. Address Box S44, Albany! -
Or. . .O
BIGGEST FARM SNAP IN OREGON.
$S5 per acre for a 220-aere farm: one-tr;
of the best in Yamhill County, good build. cV
Incrs, soli, location and fin water system; .
good terms given. :l
F. FUCHS. 420 Chamber of Commerce.
LOOK. LOOK. LOOK. 6
40 acres fine soli, running water. In I
Washington Co.; $800. $200 cash, bal. to
suit 1208 Yeon bldg.
BURTON district, Clark County, $ miles';
Vanoouver, vvaao.; so-acr rancn, crop ana
stock. $1500, easy terms.
Rout No. 1,
RANCH 60 acres, with building. 18 miles
from Portland, near electric line; bargain
for all cash. By owner. 182 Morrison st. '
171-aCRB dairy ranch, stock, farm and
dairy implements complete; lower Colum
bla. , Owner. 894 N. Grand av. East 2325.
40-AOtE farm for sale. $3600. J. Glasjr.
Washouts!, Wash. R. F. D. L