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THE MORNING OREGOXIAN. THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 1913-
K. Stephan, accordion, side pleating, buttons
covered, goods sponged, abtt Alder. M- 8373.
ASSAYEBS AM) AN AXYSISTS.
MONTANA ASSAY OFFICE Laboratory
and ore-testing work. 186 Morrison su
fcargent (H. 1C) c riwop vF. K.), general
practice, notaries-public. 918 ch. of Com.
References: Hurtman fc Thompson b'kers.
WM. J. JENOi-ISH, removed to o2a Lumber
men's bldg. Main 3714, Marshall 4841.
Oi P. QRAHAM Boatbuilding and repair
ing. Marine ways. loot Abernethy su
CAKftrWEAV ISi a.
NORIHWESI BUCi CO. Ruga from, old
carpets, rag rugs, isa Union ave.
P. W. BLNXGTI, carpenter, repairs, alter
ations, uay or contract. Phone C 1953
CtlXCLOlI) MUTTON M, BADUKS.
82 otn su Phones Main 'alJ and A 1-54.
William, Kstells and Cowans Deveny, the
only scientitio chiropodists In the city.
Parlors, 802 Gerlinger bliig., 8. W. corner
2d and Alder. Phone Main 1S01.
CHIROPODY and pedicuring. Mrs. M. I).
Hill. Offices. i2d Flledner bldg. Main 847.1.
BK. MMAHON, 121 4th St.. $10,000 equip
ment; one-fourth usual chargea for ex
pert adjustment and baths. Main 2U5.
Dr. Lahman, 817 Ablngton bldg., has no f.10,-
000 equipment; $10 a week; expert worn.
COAX. A-U WOOD.
WILL buy you the Hiawatha coal at
Bdlefsen's. Mine Agt.
ALBINA FUEL CO., for Summer orders,
NETH CO.. Worcester bldg. Main 17.
No collection, ho charge.
Prof. Waltar Wlllson Danelnf School.
Summsr dancing lessons, 125; walti. two
step, threa-step and stags dancing tausrht;
morning, afternoon and evenlnK: guaran
tee to teach anyone who walks how to
dance; failure impossible. 85. 5th St.
Phona Main 7637. tight lady and gen
DON T be a wallflower, others dance, so
can you. I guarantee to teach you in
four lessons. Private instruction daily,
soaiety tango, Boston, one-step, waits, etc
Expert lady and gentlmen teachers. A
refined, thorough school. Social dancs
Wednesday, Saturday eve. Ringler's Acad
amy, iZlhi Morrison. Both phones.
. ADVEliTISLNO AGE1SCY.
BOTSTTORO ALV. Co., Board of Trade bids;.
KATE) Adv. Co.. Inc., Commonwealth bldg.i
AOiilC t LTtRAL UlFLlSMlslNTS.
Mitchell, Lew is Staver Co.. Morrison A 2d.
R. M. WADffi A CO., 31'2-26 Uawthorne ave.
AJtCHITECTl'ltAr- W1KK AND UtOM WT4.S.
Portland Wire & lrc a Wks., 2d and Columbia
Al'lO A1 BlOiiV aOPS.
PUBRUlLjj BIGGt 'X'Of CO., auO Sd st
Mitchell. Lewis A Staver Co., E. Mar. A 2d.
Howard Automobile Co., 14th and Davis.
AUTO LAMPS AND RAX1IAXOB
POBTLAND AUTO UHF CO., 810 Alder St.
BALLOU & VVK1QHI, Jtn and Oak sta
BAGUACB CHECKED AT llOMK. '
Batsase si Omnibus Transtsr, Park; et Uavla.
BAKKK A COJiFKCTIONEJRS' 8JPPt.rE9.
URAif. M'LEAX a- PERCY. 4th and Ulissn.
OREGON BAHBtK SL'ffLV CO., fj) tB St.
Lewls-Stenger Barber Supply Co., 10til-Mor.
BAB I1XTI I1ES.
Brunswlcke-Balke-Coliender CO., 48 Fifth St.
BICVCLES, MOXOHCVCJUE8 SlTrLIlH.
EALLOi; at WR1SHT, 7th and Oak straeta
POPE F. P. Keenan Co., 1U0 4th streeU
BICYCtKS AI SCPPLltS.
DAYTON CVCU CO.. 247 Ash street.
BILLIARD AJiD FOCItEI TABLES.
Brunswlok-Balke-Collender Co., 48 Tifth at.
BREAD BAKER?. '
Reyal Bakery It conf.. Inc., Uth and Everett
BREWERS AMD BOTTLERS.
HENRY W" KIN HARD, lath and Burnslda.
COFFM AN'ri CANDV CO.. 4a Front street.
CASCARA BARK ATfD GRAPE ROOT.
KAHN BBOS., 181 FRONT ST.
CEMENT, I J. ME AJiD FLASTEkI
T. T. Crowe A Co.. 45 Kourth street.
COFFEES, TEAS AND SPICES
CLOSSEIT & DEVSR3, 1-llJi. Front at.
PRUNES BRING $40,000
BIG SALE STIMTTIjATES GROW
ERS NEAR WTEISER.
Idaho Retail Jewelers' Association
Selects Boise as Meeting Place
and Elects Officers.
WEISER, Idaho. Aug. 6. (Special.)
The deal closed several days ago by
Miles Cannon, .pf, thi, city, for his en
tire prune crop at the top price has re
sulted in renewed activity in the prune
industry throughout this valley. It
means the prune output will be grreatly
The Bale was made through the
Northwestern Fruit Exchange, and the
amount Involved, it is reliably reported,
was approximately 140,000. The Cannon
orchards are at Nyssa, and the output
this season. It is estimated, will reach
more than 40 carloads.
Special interest is attached to this
deal from the fact that the majority of
srrowers of this valley are members or
the Welser River Fruit Association,
which, is allied with the Northwestern
Exchange, through which this sale was
effected. The outlook for a banner
crop this season is excellent, and the
growers are greatly encouraged.
After electing officers for the com
ing year, selecting Boise as the meet
ing place in 1914 and adopting resolu
tions, the second annual convention of
the Idaho Retail Jewelers' Association
closed a two days' meeting here yes
terday. More than SO were in attend
ance, coming from sffl parts of the
state, and many were present from
other states. A reception and smoker
was held at the Commercial Club rooms
The officers are: President. B. F.
Griffin. Boise: first vice-president. W.
F. Strother, Payette; second vice-president,
E. D. Harrison, Pocatello; third
vice-president, Walter R. Prlebe, Twin
Falls; secretary and treasurer, William
Another peaceful Japanese-American
alliance was effected here yesterday
when Frank K. Takumi and Mrs. Emma
Mowery. both of Nyssa, Or., were mar
ried. The couple will reside at Nyssa.
where the bridegroom is engaged in the
DAILY CITY STATISTICS
OREEN-KIMMEL Clarence 3. Green,
'I'.'..!1!. rd Jnnle Grace Klmmel, 23.
A. Chrlstensen. Salem, Or., legal, and Ethel
IRMLER-WHEELER J. August Irmler.
Cornelius, or., legal, and Estella Mae
JORDAS-WETRTH-Harold TS. Jordan.
c,Vt"j-IeJi'-,,n1 Maud "tverth, legal.
PERET-SAMLER Gu Peret, Toncalla,
tiir'yiJlv;r"3 Hazel Gamier, legal.
KLOE rSCH-M DERMOTT John Kloetsch.
'"Ja ,.,5.'- Bnd B. McDermott, legal.
vOLKT -GODFREY Albert J. Court, city,
jeaai. and Julia H. God t rev leiral
ll-LHOLLAND-COLE Richard C. Mul.
Holland city, legal, and Anna Cole, legal.
LOEBER-SHORTLEY William John Loe-
HEATH'S Dancing School, 109 id St., bet.
Wash, and Stark sts. ; lessons daily, waits
and two-step guaranteed in four lessons;
class Friday evening. 8 to 10 at 10 2d.
DRESSMAKING AND TAILORING SCHOOL
VALENTINE'S system ladles' tailoring
dressmaking taught. 162 Grand ave.
EVE, EAK, NOSE AND THROAT.
Treatment by specialist. Glasses fitted. Dr.
F. cassiday. 418 talcum bldg. 8d jfc Wash
MOTORS, generators, bought, sold, rented
and l epaired. We do all kinds of repalnr
ing and rewinding; all work guaranteed.
11 M. H. Electric Co.. 31 First su. North.
Phone Main B210.
WJE buy, sell, rent and exchange new and
secona-hand motors; repair -work m spe
cialty. western Electrla Works. 213 Mth.
i C UNIT I KE HOSPITAL. -
BOWERS & PARSONS, 100 Front. M. 7443.
Furn.ture Hospital. Packing and shipping.
EASTERN HAT FACTORY. 64-68 Sd street.
Men's soft and Panama hats cleaned. .
Beat $2 hat on earth for men.
BETTER landscape and general gardening.
SWISS FLORAL CO.
East 6870. C 1514.
LEATHER AND FINDINGS.
J. A. STROWBR1DGK LEATHER CO.
ta.DU.hed 18&8. lb Front SU
SCHOOL for the deaf and hard-of-
nearing. 80S Central bldg.
ilATTRKSSES made over and to order; re
uphoistering ot all kinds. Marshall 2637.
HASTY Messenger Co. Day and night aerv
lce. Phone Main 53, A 2163.
EM1L IH1ELHOR.N, violin teacher, pupil
evolk, Fliedner bid. A 4160, Idar.laitf.
Dr. Grover, apeCialist In paralysis, nervous,
chronic diseases. 703 Oregonian bl. M.814:i
Dr. R. B. Northrup, 416-16-17 Cekum bldg.
Nervous and chronic diseases.
Pbone, office M. 348; res. East or B 1028.
Patents procured by J. K. Mock, attorney-at-law,
late of the TJ. S. Patent Office,
Booklet free. 1010 Board of Trade bids.
R. C. WRIGHT. 22 years' practice, VJ.a.
and foreign patents. 6oo Dekura bldg.
PORTLAND WOOD PIPE CO. Factory and
office near 24th and York sts. Main 8480.
WHOLESALE AND MANUFACTURERS
DAIRY AND CREAMERY SUPPLIES.
Monroe & Crissel, lUti Front. M. 640. R 6429.
CLARKE-WOODWAlllJ JjKUQ CO., Alder at
DIES AND SHEET METAL STAMPING.
WLal t, HA Tool it Die Works. 30o Pine St.
FLKlSCHNER-MAiER & CO., 207 Ash St.
STUBBS KUCTMCAL CO., oth & Fine sts.
FISH, OYSTERS AND ICE.
MALARkfci CO., Inc., liu Front street.
CROWN MILL8. Board ot Trade bld.
Albers Bros. Milling Co., Front and Marshall
BALFOUR-GUTHRIE & CO., Board ol Trade
M. M. HOUSKtt, Board of Trade blda.
NORTHERN GRAIN & WHS3. CO., Br. Tr.
THE W. A. GORDON CO.. Board ot Trade.
ALLEN & LEWIS tEst. lt51). 48 N. Front.
WAPHAMS & CO., l)-7a 4th at.
PORTLAND HAIR GOODS CO.,
WHOLESALE ONLY. 411 DEKUU BLDG.
HATS AND CAPS.
THANHATJSEK HAT CO.. S3-5ft iont St.
t Co.. leading hay dealers.
J. H. Klosterman
HIDES, FIRS, FELTS., WOOL, TALLOW.
TMK H. r. NORTON Co., 53-65 J. Front St.
HIDES, PELTS. ' WOOL AND i URS.
KAHN BROS., 191 Front St.
M'NEFF BROTHERS, 614 Worcester bide.
PACIFIC IRON WORKS.
East 3d and Burnside sts.
ALL ARCHITECTURAL IRON.
Complete Stock of
TtODAKS AND PHOTO SUPPLIES.
PORTLAND PHOTO SUPPLY CO.. 149 Sd.
LEATI1F.W AND SHOE STORE SUPPLIES.
HERTSCHF BROS.. 304 Pine st
CHAS L. MA0TICK & CO, 74 Front, leather
ot every description, taps, mfr. findings.
btr, city. legal, and Margaret Edith Short
MURRAY To the wile of H. W. Murray,
S10 Seventeenth street, AugUBt 2, a daugh
ter. BOCKMAN To the wife of Charles E.
Bockman, 841 East Thirty -seventh street,
July 15, a son.
SMITH To the wife of James Fisher
Smith. HSU East Fifteenth street. July 27, a
STRENE To the wife of David R. strene
Beaver Apartments. August 5. a son.
REEVES To the -rite of Charles W.
Reeves. 42S Baldwin avenue, July 2S. a son.
LECOVX To the wife of Walter J. Le
Doux. 14S7 Cleveland avonue. July 24, a
WILLIAMS To the wife of E. E. Will
iams. 413 Beech stret, August 1, a son.
MITCHELL To the wife of R. H. Mitch
ell. 5-5 Eighteenth street N. E., July 29, a
SMITH To the wife of W. G. Fmlth. 1114
Maryland avenue. July 25, a daughter.
KNIGHT To the wife of Walter Knight,
734 Missouri avenue, July 24. a son.
JACKSON To the wife of Frank E. Jack
son, 8S5 Failing. July 28. a daughter.
Reports From Vessels.
Steamer J. B. Stetson, 30 miles north
of San Pedro, northbound, at 8 P. M.,
Steamer Beaver. 15 miles ast of
Point Conception, northbound, at 8 P.
M., August 6.
Steamer Atlas, San Francisco to Port
land, 460 miles north of San Francisco,
at S P. M., August 6.
Steamer Merced, "Astoria to San Pedro,
40 miles south of Blunt's reef at 8
P. M.. August 6.
Steamer Bear, Portland to San Fran
cisco, 43 miles south of Cape Mendocino
at 8 P. M., August 6.
Steamer Chatham, San Francisco for
Columbia River, four miles north of
Cape Mendocino at 8 P. M.. August 6.
Steamer Sonoma, San Francisco to
Sydney, 2550 miles out at 8 P. M., Au
Steamer Chanslor, Kannapali to Port
San Luis, 284 miles from Kannapali at
8 P. M., August 6.
Steamer Phelps, Honolulu to Port San
Luis, latitude 28.18' ISorth, longitude
133.43 West, at 8 P. M.. August 5.
Steamer Ventura, Sydney to San
Francisco, 873 miles south of Hono
lulu at 8 P. M.. August 5.
Steamer Santa Rita, Port San Luis to
Honolulu, 2015 miles out at 8 P. M.,
Steamer Siberia, Orient to San Fran
cisco, 913 miles west of Honolulu at
8 P. M., August 6.
Woman Puts Blame on Man.
Admitting that she sold the liquor,
but putting the blame on Samuel Coris.
who, she said, asked her to sell it. May
Connor yesterday caused Coris to be
fined $100 in Municipal Court. The
liquor was purchased Sunday by Po
licemen Burke and Sherwood from the
girl in Coris' hotel, the Minnesota, on
Third street. In his own defense
Coris asserted that the woman robbed
his rooms to get the beer. She de
nied this and said that after her ar
rest Coris had failed to furnish bail
for her and had allowed her to remain
in jail. This, she said, was the rea
son she "squealed."
Harvest Hard on Horses.
POMEROT, Wash., Aug. 6. (Spe
ciaL) During the past week many
combined harvesters have had to run
short shifts because of the ill effects
of the extreme heat and humidity up-
NICKEL, gold and silver plating. Portland
Pltg. dt Mfg. Co. Main t43. A
UliKlOtaATOKS AM) ICE BOXES.
Built to order, any size, $7.o0 up. C. P. Bed
Co.. 64 Union ave., bouth. Phone East 43.
SEWING MACHINE EMPORIUM.
New, all makes, factory prices, second
hand, $2 up; machines rented and re
paird. Main t4oL 1U0 8d. near Yamhill.
filBBEB STAMPS. SEALS, UkASS SIGNS.
PACIFIC COAST STAMP WORKS.
231 Wash, bl Phone Mam 710 and A 2710.
THS IR-JT iX-HODSON COMPANY.
- 92 uth su .'hones Main 312. A 12o4.
BHOVVCASE8,: BANK. STORE FIXTURES.
THE LUTKS MFG. CO., branch Grand Rap-
lua Showcase Co., 6tn And Hoyu R. Lutke,
MARSHALL MFG. CO., 4th and Couch; new
and old window display and cabinet work.
WESTERN FIX. A SHOWCASE CO.. 10th
and Davis. Showcases to order and In stock.
STORAGE AND IRANSiErL
PORTLAND Van & Storage Co., cor. lata
and Kearney sts., Just completed new fire
proof warehouse tor household effects, pi
anos and automobiles; contains separate
fire and vermin-proof rooms, steam-heated
piano room, trunk and rig vaults; traok
age for carload shipments; vana lor mov
ing, reduced freight rates on household
goods to and from East In through cars
Main 5G40. All departments.
C o. PICK Transfer Sc Storage Co., offices
and commodious 4-story brick warehouse,
separate iron rooma and fireproof vaults
for valuablea; N. W. cor. 2d and Pine sta;
pianos and furniture moved and packed
for shipment, special rates made on goods
In our through cars to all domeatic And
foreign porta Main 696, A 298.
OftEGON TRANSFER CO.. 474 Gllsan St.,
cor. 13th. Telephone Main 8tt or A 1169.
General transfer and forwarding agents.
We own and operate two large class "A"
warehouses on terminal tracks. Lowest
Insurance rates in the city.
PORTLAND TRANSFER & STORAGE CO.
Main 610. 206 Washington. A 1604.
Pianos and .furniture moved, packed for
Shipment. Special rates made on goods to
domestic and foreign points. Through car
service. Storage. Low insurance.
OLSON-ROE TRANSFER CO., general
transferring and storage, safes, pianos and
furniture moved and packed for shipment.
Teams and auto vans for -long-distance
moving. 87-80 Front at. Main 547 or A i2l.
$15 TO $85 will buy a Gill rebuilt type
writer as good as new; all makes to choose
from and workmanship guaranteed; terms
to suit; catalogue mailed on request.
THE J. K. GILL COMPANY.
Third and Alder Sta
Both Phones. Main 8500, A 6068.
WE are the exchange for the largest type
writer concern on ' the Coast; Investigate
all makes, all prices The Typewriter
Exchange. 831 Washington st.
NEW, rebuilt second-hand rentals at cut
rates. P. D. C. Co., 231 Stark. Main 1407.
Balfour, Guthrie & Co., Board of Trade.
w LOGGING MACHINERY,
f. B. MALLORY & CO.. Ml Pine St.
Loggers & Contractors' Mach. Co.. 71 5th St.
MEN'S AND WOMEN'S NECKWEAR.
Columbia Neckwear Alfg. Co.. S3 Fifth St.
B. O. CASE A CO., 5th and Oak.
BRADSHAW BROS.. Morrison and TtJl sta
NOTIONS AND FANCY GOODS.
MILLER S1MINGTON, Calhoun Co., 45 4th.
ORNAMENTAL IRON AND WIRE.
Portland Wire & Iron Works. 2d A Columbia
PAINTS, OILS AND VARNISHES.
RASMUSSEN & CO.. jobbers, paints, oils.
glass, sash and doors, -cor. 2d and Taylor.
W. P. FULLER CO.. 12'h and Davis.
PAINTS AND WALL PAFEB.
PIONEER PAINT CO.. 16a First et.
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES.
BASS-HUE TTER PAINT CO.. 184-1S8 2d St.
PIPE, PIPE FITTINGS AND VALVES.
41. L. KLINE, 64-tiS Front St.
PLUMBING AND STEAM SUPPLIES.
M. L. KLINE, e4-8 Front st.
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
EVERD1NG & FAIISELL, lit Front su
POULTRY", EGGS, CALVES, HOGS.
HENRY EVEKDI.NO, 45-47 Front su
ROPE AND BINDER TWINE.
Portland Cordage Co., 14th and Northrup.
SAND AND GRAVEL.
COLUMBIA DIGGER CO.. Foot Ankeny at
SASH DOORS AND GLASS.
W. P. FULLER & CO.. 12th and Davis.
PORTLAND Iron Works. 14th and Northrup.
SODA FOUNTAIN SUPPLIES.
COLUMBIA SUPPLY CO.. 68 Front SU
Ernest Minor Wail Paper Co., 172 1st at.
MORGAN WALL PAPER CO.. 230 2d at.
WIRE AND IRON WORKS.
Portland Wire A Iron Wks.. 4d and Columbia
oh the horses. Nine horses out of the
31 used on a machine in the Snake Riv
er district died after a heavy day's
Southern League Club Sola.
MONTGOMERY, Ala., Aug. 6. Rlcn
ard Tillis, of the Montgomery South
ern League club,, today sold the fran
chise to a local organization of 11 men
headed by M. P. Wilcox.
Unless plans are changed the dredge
Col. P. S. Michle, under construction at
Seattle for operaticn on Coos Bay bar
by the Government engineers, will be
launched Saturday, August 16.
.losd is Purified
Quickly In Summr
Here ia a Remedy that ha Wonderful
Action and Promote Health.
Mingling with your food, arousing
stomach action, absorbed Immediately
Into your blood, the famous remedy
known as S. S. S. has a wonderful ac
tion. Its main purpose Is to stimulate
cellular activity or that peculiar proc
ess which instantly changes the worn
out cells for the new red blood cor
puscles. The medicinal value of the compo
nents of S. S. S. is relatively just as
vital to healthy blood as the nutriment
obtained from grain, meat, fata, sugars
or any other part of our daily food ia
to the natural reconstructive require
ments of the tissues. And there is one
component of S. S. S. which serves the
active purpose of stimulating the cel
lular tissue to a healthy and Judicious
selection of its own essential nutri
ment. Thus, in cases of skin disease
such as eczema, acne, herpes, tetter or
psoriasis, first purify your blood with
a S. S. so it will enable the tissues to
rebuild their cellular strength, and re
gain their normal health.
Tou can get S. S. S. at any drug;
store, but take no other so-called
S. S. S. is purely a botanical product,
and you will make a great mistake to
have some enthusiast palm off a min
eral preparation that may do you Ir
S. S. S. Is prepared by The Swift Spe
cific Co., 191 Swift Bldg., Atlanta, Ga..
and if you have any obstinate skin
trouble, write to their Medical Depart
ment for free advice. It will be worth
your while to do so. -
AUCTION SALES TODAY.
At Baker's Auction-House, 166-163 Park
St.. furniture, etc. Sale at 10 o'clock.
KENTON LODGE. NO. 145, A.
F. AND A. M. Stated communi
cation this (Thursday) evening.
Work in the M. M. degree. Vis
itors welcome. Order of the
WILL H. EATON, Secretary.
B. P. O. ELKS: Regular meeting of Port
land Lodge No. 142, B. P. O. E., will be held
this evening Thursday. August 7, 1913ir at
8 P. M. Visiting brothers are Invited to
attend. By order of the Exalted Ruler.
M. R. SPAULDING.
Pecretary No. 142.
CLASSIFIED AD. RATES
Dally or Sunday.
One time . ....... .12e
.m add two consecutive time. ....... .
banie add three consecutive tiuei SO
baina ad six or Mvea cotuCQUve times 6to
The above rate apply to adTertaitemeata
under ".New Today" and all oUier clawin.
Lion except the follow lust
Situations Wanted, Male.
bltuuUons Wanted, female.
J-or Kent, Room, private Families.
Room and Board, .Private ami lie,
Hate on the abuve cla unification la 7,
cents a line each insertion.
When one a ti veniremen, la not inn in eon
ecutive issue tne one-time rate apples.
6lx average words count aa one iine on
ca9u au vex u&tmt-uii, and no ad cuuaied for
,cm ilxaJi two line.
On -'cixarsed'' advertisements charge will
be based on tHe number of lines appearing
la the paper. regaraie of the number of
words iu ctfcli Un. jUinlinum char), tw
'J.he Oreffonian will accept classified ad
visement over the telepuone, providing
ihe advertiser is a subscriber to either phone
No prices will be Quoted over the puone, but
biU will be rendered the following day.
Whetner subseaueni advertisement will o
accepted over uie phone depends upon the
promptness of payment of telephone ad
vertisements. Situations Wanted and Per
sonal advertisements will not be accepted
over the telephone. Orders for oa inser
tion only will be accepted for ''larsUor for
tsale," Juainets Opportunities, "xiimmy.
Uounes" and "Wanted to fient."
The Oreeonian will not suarantee aecoraey
or assume responsibility tor errors cccurria;
In telephoned advertisements.
The Oresoniaa will not be responsible for
more than one incorrect Insertion of aay
advertisement orcsred lor more thaa one
in "New Today all advertisements are
charged by measure only. 14 'net to the
Keoxlttances mast sMcompany out-of-town
ALESIO In this city, Aug. 4, at her resi-
ouo uDiBiuu r ranees A.liesio,
aged 27 years 4 months 15 days. De
ceased is survived bv a loving husband,
Peter Allesio. and Baby Allesio. aged 14
days: also one sister, Mrs. Petrenola Milos,
of this city. Remains are at th new par
lors of the Skewes Undertaking Co. Fu
neral notice later.
POTTER The remains of the late Thomas
W. Potter, who died In Hlllsboro. Or.,
July SO, 113, will be shipped to Tacoma,
Wash., by the Skewes Undertaking Co. for
COGSWELL In this city, August 6, Ed-
wmnu, agea jlo years, Deiovea daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Bolivar E. Cog-swell, of East
Thirty-seventh street and Steel avenue.
Announcement of funeral later.
ELAM In this city, August 5. Ambrose Lee
,iam. agea o i years. Kemalns torwarded
by the Holman Undertaking Company to
Indianapolis, for interment.
FINCH At St. Vincent's Hospital. In this
city, Aug-. 6, Clara E. Finch, aged OT
years 0 months and 29 days. Deceased
Is survived 6y three daughters and three
sons, Mrs. Ivy Hague and Mrs. Myrtle
Kelly, of Portland, and Mrs. Irene "Walker,
of Salt Lake City, Utah; A. G. Finch, of
Portland, and E. E. and Lemar Finch, of
Sait Lake City. Remains will be shipped
to Salt Lake Citv this evening bv the
Skewes Undertaking Co. for interment.
airm. nague ana l. a. nncn win accom
pany the body.
DUNIWAY In Portland, at T:10 A. M.. Au
gust 5, Willis Scott Dunlway, aged 57
ytiar 6 months 3 days, eldest son of the
lato Benjamin C. and Abigail Scott DunU
way; husband of Alice M. Duniway. Fu
neral from Unitarian Church. Broadway
and Yamhill streets. Thursday, August 7.
at J P. M. Interment at Rivervlew Ceme
tery. EHULTSv In this city, August 6, at the home
or ner daughter, Mrs. Dr. J. r. Allen, 143
East Thirty-third street. Partita Shults,
Aged 70 years. The funeral services will
be held Friday, August 8, at 3 o'clock P.
M., at the new chapel of J. - P. Fihiey &
Son, Montgomery at Fifth street. Friends
Invited. Interment at Rivervlew Cemetery..
SWETT In this -city. August 6. William A
Swett, aged 84 vears, husband of Mrs.
Lulu B. Swett, 747 Wilson street. The
funeral services will be held today (Thurs
day) at 4 o'clock P. M. at the new chapel
of J. P. Flnley & Son. Montgomery at
Fifth street. Interment at Newberg, Ore
gon. FIKB -In this city, August 8. Rlohard Jay
Morton Flke, aged 10 months, infant son
of Mr. and Mrs. Valentine J. Fike. The
funeral services will be held today (Thure
day at 11, o'clock A. M. at th family resi
dence, 6113 East Forty-eighth street
Southeast. Friends Invited. Interment at
Mount Scott Park Cemetery.
6.NKLL At the residence of Robert Gee,
13 Eat Saventh st., Charles A. Snell,
aged 74 years. The funeral services will
be held at Lerch's undetaklng parlors. .
Sixth and Alder sts., today (Thursday),
August 7, at 3 P. M. Friends invited.
Interment at Pasadena, Cat.
PAPE In this city, August 5, Henry Pap,
aged 59 years 7 months 8 days, of 521 East
Pine street. FriendB invited to attend
funeral services, which will be held at
Holman's undertaking parlors at 2:S0 P. M.
today (Thursday). August 7. Interment
Lone Fir Cemetery.
QTTINN August 5, Michael P. Quinn. aged
54 years. Funeral services will ba held to
day (Thursday) at Dunning & McEntee's
chapel at 9:30 A. M. Friends respectfully
Invited. Interment St. Mary's Cemetery.
UPDEORAFF The funeral of the Infant
child of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Updegraff
will be held August 7 at- 10 A. M. Inter
ment Mt. Scott Park Cemetery.
MB. EDWARD HOLMAN, the leading; fu
neral director, 230 Third street, corner Sai
nton. Lady assistant. A 1611, Main 507.
J. P. FIN-LEY SON.
Montgomery, at Fifth St.
F. S. DUNNING, INC.
' East Side Funeral Directors, 414 East
Alder St. East 62, B 525.
PORTLAND CREMATORIUM. 580 Glen
wood ave. ; take &ellwood car. Open to vis
itors daily from 9 A. M. to 6 P. M.
DUNNING A M'F.NTEE, funeral directors,
7th and Pine. Phone Main 430. Lady at
tendant. Oifice of County Coroner,
LEBCH, undertaker, cor. East Alder and
Sixth. East 781, B 1888. Lady attendant.
SKEWES UNDERTAKING COMPANY, 8d
and Clay. Main 4152, A '2ZZI. Lady attendant.
A. K. ZELLAR CO., F.ast 1088, C 1088,
Lady Attendant. Night Service.
2B4 4th. opposite City Hall.
REAL ESTATE? DEALERS.
Eeck. William G., S15-S18 Falling bldg.
BRUBAKER. C. L., S17 Railway Ex. bldg.
Jennines & Co., Main 188. 20o Oregonian.
PALMER-JONES CO., . H. 'P., 404-405-408
Apartment House; Close-in Corner
"Wa a.ra authorized to exclianre this mod
ern apartment house of 24 apartments for
weil-iocatea vacant property, or migai con
sider unincumbered acreage. This is a high
class proposition and a. good revenue pro
ducer, properties with inflated, values will
not ba considered.
SjSUJH -ll, T
INSIDE PROPERTY DEALERS.
Commerce Safe Dep. & Mortgage Co.
SI Third St., Cham, of Com. Bide;.
CITY & FARM LOANS
$1000 and up at lowest rates.
C. M. ZADOW
414 Corbett Bids. A 1416, Marshall SS.
CITY AND FARM LOANS
Any Amount at Current Rates.
JOHN E. CRONAN
S02 SpsJdlasr Bids. Portland, Or.
Our Oira Money at Current Rates.
WESTERN BOND A- MORTGAGE CO.
Commercial Club Bids;., Portland, Or.
g S MORTGAGE LOANS. : g
Amounts to Suit. Real Estate Security.
GEO. H. THOMAS.
287 Oak St., Room 2, Aina worth Bldg.
MOl'ST SCOTT PARK.
Portland's Perpetual - Care Cemetery.
Iar. Permanent. Modern. Both phones
HCT I Ip Uth and Morrison
A V- Main 1 and A 112S
SPECIAL PRICE MATINEES
TOMORROW AND SATURDAY
Eve., 52 to BOe. Mats., SI. 50 to 50c.
S3EAT SALE OPENS TODAY
7 SiS-iNa NEXT SUNDAY
HEHHY W. SAVAGE
. tier Pilgrimage in yuesi or . loyc
Eve. and Sat. Mat.: Lower floor, $2,
$1.50; balcony, $1, 75c. 50c Bargain
price Mat. Tuesday, 1 to 25v SPcial
price Thur. Mat., $1.50 to 60c.
Mail orders received. Address W. T.
UA TINES DAXLX.
Mala A ins.
MR- EDWARDS DAVIS
Williams, Thompson and Copeland
Three Du-For Hoys
Tiddler and Sheltoa .
Broad wav and Alder Streets
ALL THIS WEEK 8 English Rose. C'has.
Li nd holm A Co.. Ihe Cycilnc McNutts, IiU
Jfc Temple to n, 4 Victoria., Miss Edith Haney,
Fanteescope. PopuUtr prices. Boxen and first
row balconv reserved. Box office open, from
10 A. M. to 10 P. M. Fhonea A 2236, Main
4636. Curtain 2: SO, 7:15 and 0:10.
Any Matinee Beat. lKr
B Other Headline Acts s
6 Other Headline Actl
Wri K AUGUST A Rare Comedy Skit
Hotel flim-Flam, laucjh-dispensinjr Comedy
Galore, Introduclne all the latest Bona; Hits.
Tuesday night, athletle contest) l'riday night,
chorus eirls' contests Prices Nights, 15c,
25c. Matinee, any seat, lSc.
Sixth and Washington Streets
Open 11 A. M. to 11 KM.
Special Featuro: "King Robert of Sicily."
A beautiful and spectacular two-reel Eft
sanay Drama; "the Granite Dells of Ari
zona fSelij? Eoenic) i "The Devil and Tom
Walker" (Selig- Comic): "The Romance
of Rowena" EdlBon Comedy-Drama); Matt
Dennis, Baritone; Karp'a Orchestra.
10o Admission too
" Recreation Park,
Cor. VauKha and Twenty - fourth Sts.
AUGUST 4, C. S, 7, 6, , 10.
Games Begin Weekdays at S:15 P. M.
Sundays 2:30 P. M.
LADIES' DAY FRIDAY,
Boys Under 11 Free to Bleachers
OREGON HUMANS SOCIETY
OFFICE NO. 320 UJflON AVESIB,
CORNER MARKET STREET.
Phone East 1423, B 2513
Horse ambulance for sick or disabled
animals at a moment's notice. Prices
reasonable. Report all cases of cru
elty to this office. Open day and night.
Biff Free Bill at Portland's
F R E
2t30 to S P. M.
Admission to Park 10c.
Launches, Morrison Bridge.
Cars, First and Alder.
on improved city or courHry prop
erty. Ask for Mrs. Ridings.
HACKER & THERKELSEN CO.
Main 7592. S06 Spalding Bldg.
EAST 22d ST. HOME
y Fine seven-room modern house, four
bedrooms. Dutch kitchen and pantry;
lot 50x100, fine fruit trees; hard-surfaced
street two blocks to car. A
snap at 4500. $700 down. Let me
show you this. On East Twenty-second.
C. M. ZADOW
414 Corbett Bids;. A 1416, Marshall 82.
improved ranch of about 200 acres, with
modern buildings. Must be within SO
miles of Portland and first-class. Give
full particulars when answering in first
letter. Must be priced right. No agents
need reply. S 243. Oreg-onian.
TWO YEARS, SEVES PER CEXT,
on one of the finest homes, lOOxlOO-ft.
corner in Piedmont. Actual value $9500.
F. E. TAYLOR CO,
6 TO 7
H. E. MOONEY
Main 210. Room 421 Falling- Bids.
Edward E. Goudey
Lewis Bail dint;.
To Buy a Beautiful " -
312-ACJIE COUNTRY; HOME
AT A SNAP
Water in bouse; electric lights;
on a pretty" creek; 6-cent carfare.
No walk, to cars.
. A NEW MODERN 6-R00M
HOUSE IN LAURELHURST
50x100 ; ' good view ; very cheap.
; S 1500.00
$450 cash, balance $50 per month.
0. K. JEFFERY
Mar. 371S. Yeon Bldg. A 4484
AUCTION SALE, AUG. 12
Dairy Farm, on Sweet-Cream Ronte.
At Mount Pleasant, Washington, 3Vi
miles from train and boat landing. Will
sell to the highest bidder; 239 acres. 9
room house. 5 acres in cultivation, 22
in oats, 30 in hay," 3 in potatoes. 60
slashed and seeded: balance easy
clea.red; all wire fenced: 4 good creeks,
water piped to house and barn; 22 milch
cows, 4 yearlings, 6 calves. 2 horses. 90
tons hay. 1300 bushels of oats, 3 wagons,
gasoline woodsaw and red gVinder.
Adjoining land sold at 30 per acre.
This place is worth $2.000; tSOOO down,
and balance to suit at 6 per cent; or
will take Portland income property. In
quire at Mount Pleasant for Kocher
Bros.' ranch, or see tne. Owners wish
to retire. Clears $ 2500 a year.
C. M. ZADOW
414 Corbett Bide. A 141, Marshall 02.
; 6 to. 7
MONEY READY NOW FOR LOANS,
$2000 TO $20,000, ON GOOD IM
H. E. MOONEY
Main .210. Room 421 Failing Bldg.
For Sttle Joti.
Choice: building lots on west side.
Glenelyn Addition, restricted district,
Inaia a-mile circle, commands in unob
structed view of Tualatin Valley and Mt.
Hood ; walks, surface graded streets and
Hull Hun water in and Included in price;
Fourth street line runs in front of prop
erty, the electrification of which is now
in progress. Prices range from 300
up; select your lot and we will build to
suit you for a small cash payment down.
PROVIDENT TRUST COMPANY,
Second Floor Selling Bldg.
BEAUTIFUL VIEW PROPERTT.
- On West Side, overlooking the entire
city, and mountains, 7 rooms, all modern;
will sell for $ot)0 cash and easy monthly
PROVIDENT TRUST COMPANY,
8econd Floor Selling Bids.
LOT, with two corners, 204 feet front, 110
east front, on East 9th and KUlingsworth
and Brown aves., easily divided into two
lots, each 47xC5; la00, terms or montnly
payments, fceuwooa 7 1 1, owner.
IF you want to see the home sites for sale
on run ILAAU 1-ifc.lUi-i i. a. see
BROOKE, dealer in
PORTLAND HEIGHTS EXCLUSIVELY.
Marshall 4Sli7 or A 3839.
I HAVE a lot in Piedmont district will
sell for 6850 or will build modern house
irom buyer s own plans; Email down pay.
ment, balance monthly. H 257, Oregonian.
I HAVE a lot in Piedmont district; will sell
w au vi win uuim muuera nouse iron
buyer's own plans; small down payment,
balance monthly. H 257, Oregonian.
350 BUYS 50x100 lot, restricted district
price includes graded street, cement side
walk and curb and city water; terms
caan, no trades, v vii, oregonian
HAVE $1S5 equity in a lot, but as I am
to leave town will sell same for $150. Call
oij sj wasnington st.. room 1.
ROSS MERE 100x100 corner on Thompeon
choice surroundings. $1900. George Engle
won l, .10, uuiuucwiioiia UiUg
CHOICE view lot on West Side. Phone
East 4844. -
CHOICE corner, Laurelhurst, cheap for
quicK aie. rnone owner, .ast X36U.
1RVINGTON LOTS OUR SPECIALTY.
NEUHAUSEN & CO. MAIN 6078.
LOTS near car, 37G; $3 monthly. Owner,
j;v v, utiiii uoi ui twumiaierce. iviam 1100
For Sale Beach Property.
S BEAUTIFUL lots. Bayocean Beach, $SQ0,
terms. Owner, 324 Worcester bldg.
The latest built-in features; linoleum
on kitchen and bathroom floors, electric
fixtures, shades, etc.; the house, was built
t months ago and is as good as new. Sea
this today. A real bargain at Onlv
$'a!Q4 down, balance $5 per month and
Interest. Call alter S P. M., 11U8 E. Har
rison. tnone u aisy.
HAWTHORNE BUNGALOW, $200.
Fine 5-room bungalow, gas, electricity,
fireplace, beam ceiling, panel dining-room,
buffet, bookcases, strictly modern, on Ar
nold street, near &7th st. : Drice a snap:
only $3000, $:Xi0 cash and $20 per
xnontn; let us snow you this snap toaay,
818 Board of Trade Bldg., 4ui ar d Oak.
Good 5-room cottage on 50x100 lot:
some nice fruit trees and lots of small
fruit; on, E. 75th st.. near Giisan; price
a snap, i4uu, uju casn ana is per
moaia , cost me owner juvu.
GRUSSI & BOLDS.
318 Board of Trade bldg., 4th and Oak.
IRVIKGTON HOUSES OUR SPECIALTY,
NEUHAUSEN & CO. Main Ss07S.
IF you want to see the homes, for sale on
ruKTLAMJ j-i -tuti j. see
BROOKE. Dealer In
PORTLAND HEIGHTS EXCLUSIVELY.
Marshall 4S27 or A 3S29.
DO YOU WANT A HOME?
A BEAUTIFUL PLACE?
IN $10,000 CLASS?
OWNER IS FORCED TO SACRIFICE.
SEE COGSWELL, 414 STEARNS BLDG.
Three fine homes. 8 rooms, $3500 and
$5700 each. Absolutely modern. Good
iocation, ixvington, .ast J. 3. w. XL
Beautiful d-room house, built for home,
every modern convenience, peKtect, sweep,
in? view of whole city: can never ba ob
structed; 47000. Terms. S 33, Orego
FOR SALE--8-roomi modern house, corner
lot, 50x100; splendid neighborhood, first
class condition; roses and fruit: a good
buy, close in; any reasonable terms ac
cepted, phone Tabor ljiOO. No agents
Price $4500, will trade.
WE have three beautiful new, modern Cali
fornia bungalows; will sell at great re
duction, on your own terms or rent or ex
change. Main 453.
BEAUTIFUL half acre, fine new 7-room
house, buffet, fireplace, furnace, base
ment, hlock Hawthorne car, $4500. Ta
NEW 7-room bungalow and 15 lots, chicken
house and garage, i mile east Mllwaukie,
Or.; price $3500, some, terms. Owner, L.
C. Weir, on place. -
$50 DOWN, balance 125 per month. Includes
interest. 6-room cottage, Hawthorne dis
trict. F 20, Oregonian.
FOR SALE Home in Irvington, best loca
tion. medium size, and price. Phone East
FURNISHED cottage, $350 down, baiance,
$L'5 per month, includes interest ; price
$2850. F 259. Oregor.ian.
$450O---Modem 6-room house on East Broad
nay, by owner; $2100 cash, balance easy
terms- Phone. East 4057.
NEW, modern 6-room house, Ijt 50x130 at
-" Vt-r...'l-( M 11.-..:.
For Sale Uoufl
6UNNYSIDE SACRIFICE. '
Nice 6-room house, only 3 years old and
U in first-ciass shape; doubly construct
ed; gas, electric, nice bath, laundry
trays, beam ceiling, panel dining-room,
bookcase, corner lot 33 1-3x66 2-3, with
-street work all in and ail paid but $50;
this property is actually worth $3600 ,
owner must sell at once and will take
$J50, $y50 cash, balance 3 years, 7 per
cent; located on a corner on East Main,
near 35th, right between the two best
cariines in the city.
GRUSSI Ss. BOLDS,
318 Board of Trade Bldg., 4ih and Oak.
BEAUTIFUL tJ-ROOM HOME.
The party owning this Hawthorne bun
galow wishes a q,jiek sale, regardless of
value; the latest built-in features, etc.;
good location, near school ana U-iniuute
ride to town.
One exceptional good buy.
This won't last long.
Call at once.
SECURITY DEVELOPMENT CO.,
-7 3 Pinu cor. 4th st. 1
Ask fur Sellwood.
GENUINE California bungalow on Mount
Tabor; hardwood floors, built-in buiiet
and bookcases,. Dutch kitchen, full ce- f
rnent basement, fireplace and No, 1 fur- -nace
; this place is strictly modern in
every detail and cheap at $4150 cash.. It
can be bought for $150 cash, bal. $25
per mo. and interest at 7 per cent. 1
you want something nice, this la your
opportunity. Ask for Beamer.
HACKER &, THERKELSEN CO..
Main 7 5tf2. 306 Spalding BldjjL
$1S75 IRVINGTON PARK D1ST. S1S7A
$;:500 FOR lt75.
6-room new modern bun galow, -corner
. lot. 40x100, just 1 block Irom car; full
basement; exceptional built In conven
iences; a positive sacrifice price; terms. '
OWNER, 1000 E. S1ST. N.
- Alberta car to Sumner si., then 1 block -east.
It s on the corner.
ALBERTA BUNGALOW SNAP. v
A fine brand uw bungalow, just fin-
lshed, is doubly constructed, gas, elec- r
tricity. fine fireplace, Dutch kitchen, con- --
Crete porch, brick pillars, etc., lot 40xlO0, '
on E. 26th st., one block from car; pric ;
a snap; only S2650, $3oO cash and $2u per
month. If you want a swell nifty home,
do not delay to see this. -GRUSSl
& BOLDS, 3
313 Board of Trade Bldg., 4th and O:.
THIS IS YOUR LAST CHANCE.
$11,000 for 200x200, with good 8 -room ;
dwelling and large, modern barn: the
property was appraised at $15,000 five .
years ago. It is worth $17,0ou now. The
location is 65S Multnomah street in Holla- .
clay Addition and Sullivan's Gulch. Look .
at it today, then cail n me with your r
dpDsit. R. H. Blossom, 316 Chamber of -Commerce.
THAT VACANT LOT.
WHY NOT TURN A BURDEN1 INTO
INCOME? WE WILL FURNISH THS
MONEY. BUILD APARTMENTS, RESl-
DEN-E OR ANYTHING. PLANS FREE. ;
WE ARE RESPONSIBLE. WE KNOW .
HOW, TALK. TO OUR CLIENTS. SEE
OUR WORK. WILL GIVE BONDS.
L. R. BAILEY & CO., CONTRACTING .
ARCHITECTS. 324 ABINGTON BLDG.
4-ROOM house and two lots, fruit, grapes,
berries and garden: new cottage, never
been occupied ; basement, small payment
down, balance like rent; building lot,
block from car, $25 down, $10 a month. .
Nice furnished bungalow, cheap. Drug- ,
store, doing good business, soda and ice ;
cream parlor, good location. Open even
ings and Sundays. W. J. Greenlee, 5412 -72d
st. Tabor 1115.
BUNGALOW 7 ROOMS
NEW ARTiSTIC BUILDING
Also 7-room 3 -story house, restricted
distinct, oa k floors, mahogany bo der3.
beautiful 7-?t. beveled plite buffet and '
bookcases, music room, 4 pressed bricn
pier a, iine mantel, French mirrors, solid -brass;
lot INOx'OO. parking 10 ft., -block to
car. 15 minutes to city. Phono owner, "
Tabor louo. ,
BUNGALOW, $1000 SACRIFICE.
Owner leaving city, must sell in next t
few days; quick action necessary; on ,
paved street, close in, 50x100 lot, 7 rooms, r
all double constructed; full concrete base- L
ment, fireplace, large reception hall; built '
for a home; has no comparison for price .
and location. Price $2500. Jacob Haas,
308 Gerlinger Bldg.
$1875 IRVINGTON PARK DIST. $IS75
New modern 5-room bungalow. 40x100, 1
corner, 1 blk. from car, lull basement,
Dutch kitchen, paneling. tinting, real f
home, reduced from $2u00; must seii; ,
OWNER, 1O90 E. 31ST. N.
Alberta car to Sumner and E- 30th,
then 1 block east.
MODERN 6-room bungalow, basement, Cres
ton addition, one block frOm car. Occu
pied by owner. Lot 50x100. Chicken
house. Price $2450, $150 down, balance .
$0 per month. Call Tabor 1464.
COTTAGE Hawthorne district and 36tK, '
$2800. Might take lot or acreage part
payment. W'hlte, 418 Railway Exchange.
SIX-ROOM corner house, 1 block from An
keny car. East 86S2.
FIVE or six-room flat, closeln. West Side.
Inquire 529 Everett st.
FOR SALE New, modern 5-room house.
West Piedmont. Phone Sell. yil. '
For (sale Business Property.
100x106 FEET on Third st., near Sheridan,
with two flat buildings and one smail
dwelling ; income $70; price $7000"; easy
terms, inquire 317 Beck bldg.
$1s,oihj LOT 5UX100. stores and apartments,
prominent street, close in, west Side, well
rented. Owner, 324 Worcester bldg.
A VERY elegant apartment; rent rea&ona
ble. 454 llth st.
For bale Acreage
FOR SALE BY OWNER.
An Ideal Little Country Home.
25 Minutes From Center of Portland.
2 lots and modern bungalow of five
rooms and bath, furnished, large FIRE
PLACE, FURNACE. full BASEMENT,
large PORCH, nice LAWN, finest GAR
DEN, shade trees, fruit trees and flow
ers, chicken park. 50x100; arranged for
fancy chicken-raising; all nicely - fenced,
clean and pretty, complete with coops and
garden tools, 1 block from Columbia
Park, price right and will pay anyone to
investigate. Take St. Johns car, off at
Washburn at., inquire at grocery store for
Ward's place, 1640 Fowler ave. ;
COUNTRY HOME. DAIRY. HOGS,
CHICKENS OR TRUCK GARDEN.
10, 20, SO or 40 acres of all good. deep,
rich soil, no rock; close to Portland, near
graveled road and station; ideal slope,
several fine springs, enough fir for fire
wood and cedar for fencing; near large
trout streams; markets for produce;
schools and employment; $65 per acre,
very easy terms, interest 6 per cent; dis
count for cash. If you want a home or a
speculation that will be a safe invest
ment, write me. E 267, Oregonian.
IO ACRES $625.
- SMALL MONTHLY PAYMENTS.
I can show you 10 acres of good, deep
soil; just the kind of slope that you will
like; less than a half acre of rough land
in one corner, containing fine spring::
close to graveled road and station. This
is a snap at your own terms; discount
for cash. Write at once. E 65, Ore
gonian. 4 ACRES $1200.
Cleared, fronting road, excellent soil, 5
minutes' walk to electric line, 5c fare to
Oregon Cit y, desirable community, best
school facilities. Priced at about half
value; mattes a good buy to hold unti.
-jou are ready to use tl. O. W. East ham. .
owner, at Red Cross Pharmacy. Broadway
and Ankeny sts.
ELECTRIC LINeI eight blocks station;
chicken and fruit ranches near Portland;
new subdivision, near Gresham; 5 acre,
$400, $50O, $70O; 8 acres, $500, $700; Hi
acres, $750, $900, $1000 per tract; best
soil, free wood, spring water; acreage at
Scappoose, Or., $25 to $100 per acre.
- FRANK M'FARLAND REALTY CO.,
SOU Yeon bldg.. Portland.
BIG STOCK AND DAIRY FARMS
. (lo, $17.50, $30 and $25 per Acre. i'
In Western Oregon, where the foothills r
meet the valley; beautiful streams, deep
soil and abundance of grass. "
GEO. E . W AGGO NER.
Exclusive Dealer in Big Tracta. -,
805 Yeon Bids. c
GIBSON HALF ACRES.
Good soil, city water, close to carlina,
asy terms; will build to suit purchaser.
Phone Marshall 3 5S5, or Sellwood 476.
JNO. H. GIBSON, Owner.
FIVE acres. Most sightly location on Ore
gon City carline. Native trees. Two
blocks from station. Owner, L 265, Ore
gonian. FOR SALE or trade, 5 acres near Scap
poose. Price $500. Would trade for dia
monds or Ford automobile. N 235, Ore
gonian. MUST SELL
u .cre at Lents, 3 -room shack, outbuild
ings, berries and fruit, 5700; terms. Own
r.er, Brlnsley. 450 F- Market.
5 ACiiES, living water, close In on electric
line: can buy this at your own terms;
price $1750. H 56, Oregonian.
30 DOWN and $10 a month buys one acre,
close right at station of two cariines;
price $750. H 255, Oregonian.
A. BARGAIN 7 acres of land in Douglas
Co. for sale cheap. Address AG 256, Orb
gonian. IV2 ACRES at Ascot station, Mt. Hood Elec'.
trie; sacrifice for cash. W. S., 1122 East
Grant sU Phone B 3043.
20 ACRES stump .and, close to Portland,
good road: price $100 per acre. Call even
ings. Tabor 1554.
METZGER acre, few minutes' walk from
car; big sacrifice : $4.0 cash. Ask for
Lou Cruuch. Metzg-er station.
Jr'GH S'VLS 120 acie?. Eastern Oregon, mile
from s ration, transcontinental line; best