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' . THE 3IORXING OREGONIAN, "WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3. 1914. 17
K. SIEPHAiN Hemstitchlns and scalloping.
accord. side pleat, buttons covered, goods
Ej'ongeq; mail orders, aso Alder, jh . vti&
ONXV sclentlhcally thorough renovating in
tne city. Aavise ua. taat oiv.
ASSAY IKS AND ANALYSTS.
(J1LBEKT &. HALL, successors Wells & Co.
r.ntt to 013 Couch bldg., 109 4th. M. 7150.
MONTANA ASSAY OFFICE Laboratory
ana ore-testing works. 142 2d st.
A TTORN FYS.
J. R. GREENFIKLD General practice, ab-
strRcts, contracts, collateral, etc.: consul
tation free. New offices, 707, 708. 709 Sell-
iii g umn. wain -.ia.j. upen evenings.
WM. M. LAFOKCE.
Counsellor-at-law, y:0 Falling Bldg.
CA RPET WEAVING.
NORTHWEST RUG CO. Rugs from old car.
pats, rag rugs. 1 8 East 8th. Both phones.
CHI UOPODI STS.
Williaju, Kstelle and William. Jr.. Deveney.
the only scientific chiropodists In the city.
ranors, uernnger btdg.. Sj. W. cor.
'-''1 mid Alder. Phone Main 1W1.
JR. FLETCHER, aseptic chiropodist and
foot specialist, treats nil Ills of the foot
without pain; 24 years experience; lady
assistant. 306 Alisky bldg. Main 8762.
Dr. and Mrs. Fletcher, painless chiropodists,
over the Hazelwood. Main 3713, A 0129.
CHIKOPODY and pedicuring. Mrs. M. D.
Hill. Offices. Flledner bldg. Main 3478.
DR. M'MAHON, 121 4th and 37 Willlami
eve; two offices; lady attendants; 18 ad
. Justments, S10. Main 206. East 0628.
CLEANING AND PRESSING.
DREbS SUITS for, rent; we press one suit
each week for SI. .TO per month.
UNIQUE TAIL.ORI.NO CO.,
809 Btark St.. bet. 5th and Oth. Main 514.
COAL AXP WOOD. '
KNIGHT coal has no equal; a clean, hard,
quick-firing, long-enduring Utah coal. Al
bina. Fuel Co., sole agents.
Accounts, notes. Judgments collected. "Adopt
Short Methods.' short Adjustment Co.,
826 N. W. Bank bldg. Main, 974.
NETH & CO.. Worcester bldg.
No collections, no charge.
PROF. WAL WILSON dancing school; waltz,
one-step, two-step, schottlsche, hesitation
waltz, stage dancing; lessons, 25c; every
morning, afternoon, evening; guarantee to
teach anybody who walks how to dance.
Bth St.. het. Stark and Oak. Main 7637
MR. AND MRS. HEATH'S SCHOOL All the
latest dances taught; waltz and two-step
guaranteed in four lessons; class Friday
eve.. 8 to 10. 231 H Morrison. Marshall 313.
R. M. Wade ft Co., 323-30 Hawthorne ave.
ARCHITECTURAL WIRE & IRON WORKS
Portland Wire & Iron Wks. 2d and Columbia
AUTO AND BUGGY TOPS.
DUBRUILLE BUGGY TOP CO.. 200 2d st.
B ALLOU & WRIGHT. 7th and Oak sts.
PACIFIC TENT & AWN.
CO.. 1-3 N. 1st St.
BAGGAGE CHECKED AT HOME.
Baggage & Omnibus Transfer, Park & Davis.
BICYCLES. MOTOBCVCI.B8 SUPPLIES.
BALLOU A WRIGHT. Tih and Oak sts.
Royal Bakery tk Conf.. Inc., 11th and Everett
BREWERS AND BOTTLERS.
HEN'RT WEINHARD. 13th and Burnside.
. PORTLAND CARRIAGE WKS.
BODIES. WHEELS. SPRINGS.
log North Fourth street,
CASCARA BARK AND GRAPE ROOT.
KAK.N BROS., 19 1 FRONT ST.
CEMENT. IJMK ANn Pr-ASTPK
F. T. CROWE CO.. 45 Fourth Street.
COFFEES. TEAS AND SPICES.
CI.OSSBT & DEVERS, 1-11 N. Front St.
FLKISCHNER. MAYER & CO.. 20T Ash at.
Stubbs Electric Co.. 6th and Pine sts.
JOB IS IN SOUTH AMERICA
Entomologist at Agricultural School
OREGON AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE,
Corvallls, June 2.. (Special.) V. L Saf
ro. assistant entomologist at the Ore
gan Agricultural College, lias tentative
ly accepted a position as entomologist
01 mo Agricultural College Experiment
Station at Montevideo. South America.
The position, which has been ten
dered Profeeaor Safro, is designated as
that or entomologist and parasitologist
of the section of chemistry, botany and
parasitology of the atation.
SALEM HAS NEW PRINCIPAL
James C. Nelson Culled IVorn We
natchee, Wash., to High School.
SALEM, Or.. June 2. (Special.)
James C. Nelson, who was principal of
the High School at Wenatchee, Wash.,
two . years, was last night appointed
principal of the Salem High School.
He is a graduate of the Hanover
University, of Indiana, and has been
Identified with educational work in the
Northwest for a number of years.
Dally and Sunday.
One time 12c
Same ad two consecutive times 22c
Same ad three consecutive times 80c
Same ad six or seven consecutive times. .5 tic
The above rates apply to advertisements
under "New Today" and all other classifica
tions except the lollowing:
Situations Wanted Male.
Situations Wanted Female.
. For Rent, Rooms, Private Families.
Rooms and Board, Private Families.
Bate on the above classifications la 7
cents a line each insertion.
When one advertisement Is not run In con
secutive Issues the one-tune rate applies.
Six average words count aa one line on
lesa than two lines.
On "charge" advertisements charge will
be based on the number of lines appearing
In the paper, regardless of the number of
words in each line. Minimum charge, two
The Oregonlan will accept classified ad
vertisements over the telephone, providing
the advertiser is a subscriber to either phone.
No prices 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 the
promptness of payment of telephone adver
tisements. Situations Wanted and Personal
advertisements will not be accepted over the
telephone. Orders for one insertion onlv will
be accepted for "Furniture for Sale," "Busi
ness Opportunities." "Rooming-Houses' and
"Wanted te Rent.'
The Oregonlan will not guarantee accuracy
or assume responsibility for errora occurring
in telephoned advertisements.
The Orrgonian will not be responsible for
more than one Incorrect insertion of any
advertisement offered for more than one
Advertisements to receive prompt classifi
cation must be In The Oregonlan office be
fore 10 o'clock at night, except Saturday.
C losing hour for The Sunday Oregonian will
be 8 o'clock: Saturday night. The office will
be open until 10 o'clock P. M., as usual, and
all ads received loo late for proper classifi
cation will be run under heading "Too Late
AUCTION SALE TODAY.
At C. O. Pick Co.'s warehouse. 2d and
Plna sts. Furniture, etc., to be sold for stor
age liens. Sale oomraences at 10 A. M- sharp.
teo. Baker St Co., auctioneers.
Ford Auction Bouse, nil 1st. Furniture,
arpeta. etc Sals at S P. M.
At Wilson's uctlon Bouse, it It A. It
Furniture.. 166-8 First st.
MKKTIXQ woTicma. -
A. AND A. 8. BITE.
Thirtieth &e mi-Annual Reunion.
Candidates assemble In secre
tary's office, Scottish Rite C-
tnearai, tomorrow morning at
9 o'clook for registration.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY I
A- W. KEENE, Majestic Theater bldg..
PIES AND TOOLS.
DIES AND TOOLS.
Phone Marshall 103T, 1 ring; A 4173.
EE. EAR, NOSE AXU THROAT.
F. F. Casseday, 517 Dekum bl.. 3d & Wash!
MOTORS, generators bought, sold, rented
and repaired. We do all kinds of repair
ing and rewinding; all work guaranteed.
H. V H. Electric Co., 31 First st. North.
Phone Main 8210.
WE BUY, sell, rent and exchange new and
seoond-hand motors; repair work a spe
clalty. Western Electric Worka, 213 6th.
TOl'XDItY AND MACHINE WORKS.
PHOENIX Iron Works East 3d and Has
thorne. General machine and foundry work.
KODAKS and ALL. SUPPLIES; developing,
printing and enlarging. PIKE MARK
HAM CO.. 845 Washington st.
Engines, boilers, sawmills bought, sold and
exchanged. The J. IS. Martin Co.. Portland.
HASTY MESSENGER CO., motorcycles and
bicycles. Phone Main 53. A 2182.
EMIL THIELHORN. violin teacher; pupil
Sevclk. 20T Flledner bldg. A 4160, Mar. 1628
DR. PHILLIPS, specialist In paralysis, ner
vnus chronic diseases. 804 Oregonlan bldg.
" I"" -A FIGHT on
V V'TL palr of gla.se
fit your eyea
on high prices.
to $10 for a
;Iasses when I can
your eves with first-
quality lenses, gold-filled frames, as low
$1.50? Goodman, 191 Morrison St., near
bridge. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Dr. R. B. Northrup, 308 Morgan bldg., cor.
Broadway and Washington sts. Office
phone Main 349; residence, East 1028.
2 Chamber of Commerce, Portland,
gOO Victor Bldg.. Washington. D. C.
PATENTS procured by J. K. Mock, late of
u. s. Patent Office, 1010 B. of T. bldg.
R. C WRIGHT 22 years' practice U.
and foreign patents. 600 Dekum bldg.
'. J. GEISI.ER, Atty-at-Law, 503 Henry.
Wm. C. Schmltt. Eng. and Draftsman.
PORTLAND WOOD PIPE CO. Factory and
office, near 24th and York sts. Main 3489.
WHOLESALE AND MANUFACTURERS
FISH, OYSTERS AND ICE.
MALARKEY & CO., Inc.. 149 Front
Albers Bros. Milling Co., Front and Marshall.
H. M. HOIJSER, Board of Trade bldg.
WADHAMS & CO.. BS-75 4tB St.
DIAMOND HAIR WORKS,
WHOLESALE. 303-4 PANAMA BLDG. .
PORTLAND HAIR GOODS CO..
WHOLESALE ONLY. 411 DEKUM BLDG.
HATS AND CAPS.
THANHAUSEH HAT CO.. 53-65 Front St.
J. H. Kloaterroan & Co., leading hay dealers.
HIDES, PELTS, WOOL AND FURS.
KAHN BROS.. li Front St.
PACIFIC IRON WORKS,
East end of Burnside bridge.
STEEL STRUCTURAL PLANT.
ALL ARCHITECTURAL IRON.
STEEL BRIDGES ROOF TRUSSES.
Carry Complete Stock of
STEEL BEAMS, ANGLES,
LEATHER AND SHOE STORE SUPPLIES.
CH AS. L. MASTICK & CO.. 74 Front; leather
of every description, taps, mfg. findings.
FB. MALLORY & CO., 231 Pine St.
MEN'S "AND WOMEN'S NECK WE ArT
Columbia Neckwear Mfg. Co. 83 Fifth st.
'Portland's Building Directory 1;
Chamber of Commerce Bldg.
BAIN. JAMES R. Marshall 2444 til
DUNIWAT. RALPH R. Mala 1M0. .HS-511
IN CENT. B. D. Ac CO. Main 1834 Sit
KEASET. DORR B. tt CO. Main 11S9..133
biwu4 Aix v 2i jiha to. Main G12!. .723
Board of Trade Building
BEACH. SIMON NELSON. Main 5128.. TO
Brokers, stocks. Bonds and Oralav
ovekbe;k ft COOKB CO.
A SMI. Main ok)4Z l-i
WALLER. FRANK 1. MaTa 8203 l5S1
and, Stocks, Grain and Cot tea.
i. at tu, A 4187. Mar.
Builders and Real Estate,
SUMMERS, w. J. Marshall 87BX. ..,8t J-80,
Consul tiaa- Engineers.
LPCnja. W. w. Marabou a 816-317
6AWYER. HAROLD!S?SarshaU 2881.. 80a
KYLJE. G. A..
MarsoaU 4H1. .
BAIN. JOHN. A 743. Mala 8021...
BAT CITY LAND CO,
KOLLK. DR. X. W. M.S188. A T88o. .706.7b;
rnblVc Utility Specialist.
FOEHAT. WILBUR B. Main 827S MM
H- P. PAL1CER-J OMs CO. M. 688
PORTLAKD CHAPTER. No. 3.
-v f: A special convocation of
fcfirl,nd..chpter' No- 8- win be
ln.l"h"il- Masonic Temple!
?0"lBnd',0r-. th' (Wednesdiy)
".- " ""Jt Arch degree,
will be welcome. By order of l
J- A. ALLEN, Sea
MOUNT TABOR LODGE NO.
A. F. 4 A. M. Special com
munication this (w.Hn.H.m;
ovfloc- Sl5 TP. 7 30
o Clock. E. A. detrree. vl.!Hn-
R. M. SPAULDI.no, See.
. . . i.u urna.
argtOo,- REGULAR MEETING this
S5? (Wednesday) evening. East su,
i.ii- i er trts. Visitors cor
dially invited. Thirrt
W. W. TERRY, Bee.
WASHINGTON LODGE NO
, A. F. AND A. M. Stated
eve1n?U,nlc,at,,2n iMi 'Wednesday)
Side ift l,30i a 8th and Brn-
M. degree. Visitors wel
come. J. H. RICHMOND. Sea.
SAMARITAN LODGE, NO. 2, I O O F
iV W.,o3f "a? LW0. FnH'!.V'S
and Alder streets. Third deVreL vP.i'V...
way. welcome. R. Mv3 sSSSSU
We?ne.AdD S.J&i !
T. HOWARD. Sec.
MARTIN A FORBES CO.. florists, 247
Washington. Main 268, A 13S. Flowers for
all occasions artistically arranged.
Max M. Smith.
Balling bids'. .
Main 721S, A 1121.
DON'T throw your old plumes
away; we are experts in feather
dyeing, cleaning and remodel
ing, mounting birds of paradise
our specialty. "THE PLUME."
208 Morgan bids. Main 400U.
RUBBER STAMPS. SEALS. BRASS IS ION 8.
i-At-ietO LUAST SI AMP WORKS,
231 Wash. 6t- Phone Main 710 and A 2710.
SEWING machines, new. $20 up; used ma
chines $2 up; renting and repairing. Main
1441. feewing Machine Emporium, .too 3d,
bet. Yamhill and Taylor.
SEWING Machine Exchange; new and used
maclines irom ij up; rents ana repairing.
'-'51 Yamhill, bet. 2d and 3d. Main 5231,
SHOWCASE, BANK STORK FIXTURES.
MARSHALL MFG. CO., lth' and Flanders
New and old window display and cabinet
FOR reasonable, prices see Western Fixtures
& enowcase Co., 48 J, loth st.
STORAGE AND TRANSFER.
PORTLAND Van & Storage Co.. cor. 15th
and Kearney sts., just completed new fire
proof warehouse for household effects,
pianos and automobiles: contains separate
fire and vermin-proof rooms, steam-heated
piano-room, trunk: and rug vaults,
trackage for carload shipments, vans for
moving; reduced ff eight rates on house
- hold goods to and from East In through
cars. Main 5640, all departments.
C. O. PICK Transfer & 6torage Co. Offices
and commodious 4-story brick warehouse,
separate iron rooms and firefproof vaults
for valuables. N. W. cor. 2d and Pine sts.
Pianos and furniture moved and packed
for shipment; special rates made on goods
in our through cars to all domestic and
foreign ports. Main 596, A 286.
OLS EN-ROB TRANSFER CO.
New fireproof warehouse with separate
rooms. We move and pack household
goods and pianos and ship at reduced
rates. Auto vane and -teams for moving.
Forwarding and distributing agents. Free
trackage. Office and warehouse, 15th and
Hoyt sts. Main 547, A 2247.
Manning Warehouse & Transfer Co..
13th and Everett sts., on terminal tracks.
General transfer and forwarding agents.
"We operate the only exclusive merchan
dise warehouse in city. Main 703. A 2214.
OREGON TRANSFER CO.. 474 Gllsan St.,
cor. 13th. Telephone Main 69 or A 1169.
We own andoperate two large class "A"
warehouses on terminal tracks. Lowest
insurance rates in the city.
MADISON-ST. DOCK AND WAREHOUSE
Office. 188 Madison; general merchandise,
furniture and machinery storage; transfer
and forwarding agents. Phone Main 7601.
S. F. VETERINARY COLLEGE begins Sept.
14. No profession offers equal oppor
tunity. Catalogue free. C. Keane. Presi
dent. 1818 Market St.. San Francisco.
LIME, CEMENT. PLASTER, METAL LATH.
The J. C. McCraken Co., 1114 Board of Trade
Sales agents celebrated Roche Harbor lime.
BRADSHAW BROS.. Morrison and 7th sts.
ORNA MENTAL IRON AND WTREl
Portland Wire & Iron Wks.. 2d and Columbia.
PAINTS AND WALL PAPER.
PIONEER PAINT CO., 16S First st.
W. P. FULLER Sc CO., 12th and Davis.
PIPE, PIPE FITTTTNGS AND VALVES.
M. L. KLIXH; 84-8 S Front st.
PLUMBING AND STEAM SUPPLIES.
M. L. KLINE. S4-86 Front St.
& CO., 1st and Oak
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS.,
EVERDI.NG & FARRELL. 140 Front st.
ROPE AND BINDER TWINE.
Portland Cordage Co.. 14 th and Northrup.
SAND AND GRAVEL. -COLUMBIA
DIGGER CO.. foot of Ankeny.
SASH, DOORS AND GLASS.
FULLER A CO., 12th and Davis.
PORTLAND Iron Works. 1 4th and NdrThrup
SODA FOUNTAIN SUPPLIES.
COLUMBIA SUPPLY CO.. 68 Front St.
MORGAN WALL PAPER CO..
230 2d st.
WHOLESAI.E JEWELERS & OPTICIANS
BUTTERFIELD BROS., MOHAWK BLDG.'
WIRR AND TRON
Portland Wire & Iron Wks.,
2d and Columbia
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l MR MM & 31 JtfM
f. ii ass 'f':!
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safl'j - - ... ft .
tOHN. JULIUS, soli 310. A 79u2. . . . 1816
?J??Aif' MDNBX-J. Main 4.1. .lait-lil
JOHNS. CHA8. A. Main S3 140J-W0S
KIMBALL. HENRY M. Mar. 630 M
,T.Bi'S M'n 161- A 6212...1500-150J
R1DDELU H. H. Main 568S 882
BTOTT A COLLIER, Man hall 6078. .808-010
K1NNSY. m. J. Marshall 8014 41
' Billuwri Hmll
M'CREDIE! BILLIARDS Second noes
CALLA A KA6BR, Mala 1688 72-7X4
w'RIrlND' FRANK- RHALTT CO... ICS
MBTCALF, LYLK S. Marshall 2432 81
RAINS r, j 0 Marshall 8177 1304
U. 8. liORTGAQB A INV. CO ,.S1
WAGGONSa. QSOl K ana
BLAUSOJM, A. B. Main 8444 ion
' Kodaks. Ostlelw
COLUMBIAN OPT-L CO.. Mar. 810
. Preoerlntlon Dnmkk
NAU. FRANK, stain 721 A 2121. n
. . Piano Wboleaalara. 1
BOLT. E. H. PIANO t,-Q M. lBa5 07-
PRro?St. .LOWERS AT LOWEST
PRICES Beautiful wreaths, pillows and ape.
de18 at prices extremely low; casket
sprays as low as 1.50. Lubllnef. floristsTall
Morrison it, Portland Hotel block.
HrLL -A-t her late residence, 1081 E. S4th
st. N., June 1. Caroline R. Hill,
Pf rs. Ellen c. Fitzgerald, of this city;
rd S?wer, Centralia. Wash., and
weaver of Denver, Colo. ; one
grandson, Stuart W. Eslc-ston. Remains at
Pearson's undertaking parlors.
i1,??11?1." H11?, c,t'r' June 1- Charles
Kratzke, late of Goble, Or. The remains
are at Pearson's undertaking parlors.
FIXER AL NOTICES.
LOW At Lents. June 1, Tracy May Low.
aged 27 years. Funeral services will be
?25d5Vw in 8i' xPet,r'" Church. Lents,
today (Wednesday). June 8. at 9 A M.
nends Invited. Interment Mt Scott Park
cemetery. Remains at the funeral parlors
o A. D. Kenwortuy &. Co., Lents.
JORDAN The funeral servicea of May
fwdan' 5sed 23 yr. 1U bo held today
(Wednesday) at 10 A. M. from the
bkewes chapel, corner Third and Clay
?-tre.e,r7 Fftend invited. Interment. Rose
COMAN In this elty. June 1. WMUam F.
c"mn. aged 88 years 8 months, brother
or D. J. Coman. Funeral will take place
from 743 Kearney at., Wednesday. June
?V.at 8 ?9A-, M- Services at Cathedral.
lth and Davis sts. A. M.
ROTHGEB May 2. John Rothgeb. aged 56
?tr-R?maln" J" Dunning & McEntee's
parlors, from where they will be shipped
today (Wednesday). at IO o'clock, to
COOPER June S. Ellis L. Cooper, aged 41
years. Remains at Dunning McEntee's
Parlors, where thew have been prepared
to be shipped to Hays, Wash.
11th and Morrison
Main 1, A 1121
TONIGHT 8:15 ALL WEEK.
SPECIAL PRICK MAT.
SATURDAY AND SCNDAV
N. Y. WINTER GARDEN CO. IN
SHOW OF 171 0
EXCELLENT CAST AND CHORUS
AUGMENTED ORCHESTRA -Evenings:
Lower floor $2. $1.00; balcony
11.50, $1, 75c, tOc. Today. Saturday,
Sunday Mats.: Lower floor $LS0. $1; bal
enny $1. 75c, 50c.
BOX OFFICE SALE NOW OPEN.
Main t. A S30.
I Baker. Mvr
Tonight, all week. Mats. Wed., Sat. By spe
cial request Alice Fleming and The Baker
"THE WOMAN HE MARRIED."
A domestic drama of strong Interest. Splen
did cast. Misa Fleming In her most suc
cessful role. Beautiful stage settings.
Evenings. 25c. 85c, 5uc, 75c Box seats, $L
Sat. Mat., 23c, 50c. Box 75c Wed. Mat.,
all seats 25c except box). Next week
"The lighting Hope.."
Matinee Dally. Phones Main and A M20
Broadway at Taylor.
WEEK MAY 81
Romeo The Great
Homer I. Miles A Co.
Miss Willette Whltaker.
Brontwa and Baldwin
Annie Kent. Barrows and Mil.
Three shows Dally 1:30, 7:30, 9:15.
Elfrieda HeUer Weinstein.
Clem Bevins eg Co.
Coakland. McBrloe and Mllo.
Kamruerer and llowland.
Broad eu. at Alder.
WEEK JUNE 1. "The Candy Ship" with
Miss Ethel Davis and crew of 20, The First
Law of Nature, Dotson & Gordon, Juggling
De Anno, Early & Lalght. Max Fisher. Fau
tagescope. Portland's Model Photo-Play
TODAY UNTIL SUNDAY
The Double Knot"
Two-Part Majestic Urama
Deep Heart Interest.
Coiirting of Prudence"
Beauty Drama Featuring Marsrarita
"Acres of Alfalfa"
' Our Largest Birds "
Organ Number by Harker
10c ADMISSION lOc
Portland's Great Amassment Park.
McElrov's Band, under direction of
W. E. McElroy.
Rich Musical Comedy Company In
"The Love Cure." Ten musical
Montana Bill, the cowboy alnger.
Hawaiian Troubadours. Sight In
Performances at t and 8.
Wet or shine In the open-air covered
ALL I'tRIOKM.MCtS I "REE.
Cor. Vaughn and renty-fourth St3.
JUNE 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
Games begin weekdays at 3 P. M.;
Sundays, 2:30 P. M.
Ladies' Days Wednesday and Friday
WILLIAMS At the family residence. 230
Dixon street, E. Daniel Williams, aged S3
t-.f.1,?- "'nor 01 aiary, baaie N John.
William. Thomas, Daniel and Berry Will
iams; brother of Mrs. H. J. Thomas, T.
A. Williams, of Evsnston, Wyo., and Mrs,
S. E. Thomas, of Allegheny, Mich. De
ceased wa-s member of Prospect Camp,
W. O. W.. United Artisans and Ivanhoe
Lodge, Knights of Pythias. Remains st
punning A McEnteee's parlors. Notice of
PARHAM In this city, June 2. at her late
residence, 4322 Fifty-second street South
east, v Catherine Parham, aged 48 'years,
wife of H. C. Parham and mother of
. William Parham. The funeral services
will be held today (Wednesday) at the
above residence at 2 o'clock P. M. Friends
invited. Interment at Mount Scott Park
BILES The funeral services of the late
James Norman Biles will be held at the
Portland Crematorium at 2 P. M. today
(Wednesday), June 8. Friends Invited.
Take Sellwood car for Crematorium.
Please omit flowers. Remains are at Hol
man's funeral parlors until 12:30 Wednes
day. GRECO The funeral of Mrs. Hannah Greco
will leave the family residence, 6B8 East
Seventeenth street, at 9:30 A. M. Wednes
day, June' 3, thence to St. Philip Kerl's
Church, corner East Sixteenth and Hick
ory streets, where services will be held
at ,10 A. M. Friends invited.. Interment,
Lone Fir Cemetery.
PLANCH In this city, June 1, st her late
residence. 400 Clay street, Annie Planch,
aged 48 years, wife of Peter Planch. The
funeral services will be held Thursday,
June 4. at 2 o'clock P. M. at the residence
establishment of J. P. Finley A Son, Mont
gomery at Fifth. Friends Invited. Inter
ment at Rlvervlew Cemetery.
GRIEBE In this city. June 1. John L.
Grlebe, aged 73 years, late of McMlnn
ville. Or. The funeral services will be
held Thursday, May 4. at 10 o'clock A. M.
at the residence establishment of J. P.
Finley & Son, Montgomery at Fifth.
Friends Invited. Interment at Multnomah
MR. KDWABD HO T.MAN, the leading fu
neral director, ZSO Third street, corner sal
non. Lady assistant. A 1511, Main o7.
F. 8." DUNNING." INC.
East Side Fnneral III rectors. 414 East
Alder st. East 62, H S52S.
DUNNING M'ENIEB, funsral directors,
7th and Pine. Phone Main H0. Lady at
tendant. Office of County Coroner.
SKEW'ES ITNDERTAKrNG- COMPANY, 8d
and Clay. Main 4183, A I32L Lady attendant
MB. AND MM. R. T. BTKNTEsI
Est. 1003. 665 Williams Ave. East 11X5.
MOUNT 6COTT FARK.
Containing 335 Acren.
Ponlsvnd' Only Blodern
Refined. PleaAtasr IServiee.
Complete Ferfeet Kqulpment.
Prices and Termn Reiuioiiuble.
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
67 GRAND AVE. N.
Be twee a llavis and K verett.
Phones Kast 14S3. B 2S1S. Open Day
Report all cases of cruelty- to this
office. Lethal chamber for small ani
mals. Horse Ambulance for sick or
disabled animals at moment's notice.
LOT 1. BLOCK 8.
South side of Buffalo street, between
Vancouver and Williams avenues.
WAKKKIEI.D. FRIES & CO.
(S.1 Fourth street
Main 14 or A 1414.
We will build aoc
finance a home on yoor
lot or on any you may
select. Pay for It Ilka
rent. We guarantee
satisfaction. Cail aaa
r. R. BOWMAN A CO.
Room 1. Commercial Club Bids
Main 8020. A 1261.
OSS IMPROVKD CITY PdOPERTT.
We loan oar own funds ead money Is
available nlthla 24 hours after receipt
of abstract. RVj. and 7 per cent
ROEERTSON & EWING
t7-ti Northwestern Rank Bids.
Loans of $1000 and up at lowest rates
on Good Improved City Properties.
If you need money call today. Our
instrument payments are attractive.
A. H. BIRRELL CO.
Zl-21l Northwestern Banlt Building.
First Mortgage Loans
Money to Any Amount In Oar Posses.
sloa for Immediate lae. or 7,
AcnroiBK to security,
FIELDS A HOXEYMAN.
i coa Bids. Main 10O2.
Appraised last rear at $5000. offered
14000 at the time;' must sacrifice; will
3 1-3 lots on O. R. & N. Tty. at 31st
St.. 185 ft. frontage, a,nd joins Albina
Fuel Co., Pacific Iron Worka and
jLoern Decker properties. Owner, Mala
dOSlNCss PROPERTY AMD CtOSflN RESIDriMCCS
' EDWARD E.GQUDY7
NORTHWESTERN BANK BUILDING
Western Bond &
Our Own Money at Current Rates.
FARM AN U CITY LOANS,
SO Foorth St.f Board of Trade Bldg.
CITY AND FARM LOANS
Any Amount at Current Rates.
JOHN E. CEONAN
OOZ Spalding- Bldg. Portland, Or,
CITY & FARM LOANS
I'.NUEKWKITIiKS LOAN AND
yJO Chamber of Commerce.
REAL ESTATE DEALERS.
BECK, William O.. S16-S1S Falllns bids.
BENEDICT BROS. (Burrell Heishta. (S3
Hawthorne sve, cor. 31st. Tabor 616.
PALMER-JONES CO.. 11. P.. 404-40S-4OI
Jejnlnrs A Co. Main 1S. 20 Oregonlan.
For aale Lota.
ItSOO Opposite Alameda Park. 50x77 hi. on
Prescott, between Glenn ave. and 33d St.;
-hard-surface street, cement sidewalk and
curbing In and paid for: no Incumbrance;
all Included in the $U0o. AM 7, Ore
gonlan. PORTLAND HEIGHTS EXCLUSIVELY.
Houses, lots, tracts and acreage; ail
views, location, prices and terms.
Marshall 4t27. BROOKE. A SS30.
$650 CASH, lot worth I10O9, Hawthorne dis
trict, - blocks from car; paved streets,
fine neighborhood, must be sold at once to
get this price. Tabor 2S27.
PORTLAND HEIGHTS EXCLUSIVELY
IRVINGTON select residence location: own
er will sacrifice to bona fide purchaser.
AR 6. Oregonlan.
MY 81000 equity In two lots cheap If taken
am wee; resinctea aistrict; line loc;
tion: close, to carllne; all Improvements
in. uaii ur. ijte. LU. 2bt4.
I HAVE three lots in Westmoreland worth
..u eacn, witmn hair block of carllne;
win ibkb fiouu casn xor xnem. au o7,
HARD to beat; 8 lots on East 87th st. for
'--ow: clear except bonded for sidewalk.
liio rmrgo st.
For e-ale Beach Property.
NORTH BEACH has the attractions: Ulus
trated booklets free. A. B. Hslauson. 1011
NICiS little furnished home at North Beach.
TT.' . , i , .' 1 t , . . , - .. . , -
. . .... ... , . wv. av Main m . t V kUUUUtUi
For bale Houses.
L5T US BUILD YOU A HOME.
On your lot or ours; by your own plans
vr qui,, us line rent.
THE OREGON HOME BUILDERS,
1330 Northwestern Bank bldg.
Modern 7-rooru house, hot water heat.
every convenience, beautiful grounds, 100
xiou; worth ssuoo; owner's price seaOO,
cmh or terms. 3 OHIO, A zmo.
N,vv o-room house, corner of Bybee and
r,. itm sts.; owner wants to sell quick.
v iitj ulo - -i a . . . i , m , easy terms.
211-13 Abington Bldg.
A 4-ROOM house with small garden already
In- Take "MV" or ML Hood, then to 7th
St., go south to 44. Key next door south.
12-ROOM house and 3 lots In Florence. Or.,
1 block from postofflcs and opposite pub-
u ,"u"i uicp mau. easy terms. (Jail
owner, laDW D1U1.
TALK ABOUT YOUR BARGAIN'S.
Quarter block, modern home, 1 block to
car; must let go for (2000: easy terms;
per cfm interest, xapor Zb4b.
83x76. 6-ROOM house, upper Washington
district; bargain, by owner; terms; some
trade with first payment. Tabor 4206. 8S
MODERN" home, close in, 100 feet to Haw.
thorne carllne; must sell this week; little
money will handle this. Owner. Phone
. Tabor 41s.
8130 CASH and $25 monthly. Including tn-
. . j w . j no u'luuia oungatow;
hardwood floors; near Sandy road- price
82500; no agents. AN 18. Oregonlan:
1800 WALNUT PARK 84850
1071 Rodney ave., modern 7-room house,
fine location; roses: trees; a bargain.
DIETZ tfc RINQLER, 810 Railway Ex.
a modern 6-room bunsa
partlculars phons owner.
low. ror full
HAVE a lot In good location; win
you a home on your own plans.
Anstrom. 251 Dupont, after B P. M.
CHARMING homes. Irvlngton. oak and ma-
(i ugiiiy naisn; wortn seeing; very
sonable. East 273. W. H. Herdman.
$33 a month for my dandy homo. Tabor
' 254S after 6 or N 2a. Oregonlan.
SNAP Owner must sell new bunaalow.
farden and fruit trees, on carllne; pay
Ike rent. No agents. Msin 1153.
FOR SALE 6-room. 2-story residence iTT
Murraymead district; fine view and pries
at a bargain. Owner, A 25, Oregonlan.
for bale Houses.
TERMS, 821-50. tc;3e. TERMS.
1099 EAST 23D ST. NORTH.
10x100 EAST FRONT LOT.
DOUBLE CONSTRUCTED THROUGH
OUT. HARDWOOD FLOORS, BEAMED CEIL-
FIREPLACE. SLEKPINO PORCTH.
FULL 7-FT. CONCRETE BASEMENT
WITH CEMENT FLOOR.
Just completed, new and modern. -6-room
bungalow, isi restricted district. 1V4 blocks
to carllne, wash traja. paneled dining
room, archway, built-in effects, hall seat,
excellent plumbing, bedrooms and kitchen
in white enamel; flno neighborhood, close
to schools, churches, stores, etc Owner
there from 10 to 5 dally. Phone East 64SJ.
1099 EAST :3D ST. NORTH.
Alberta car to 23a St., then I1,, blocks
Slrictly modern 8-room l3-story houne.
In -legant condition, every convenience,
linpl,-e, furnace, large sleeping-porch,
btiautltul tixtures, etc., with completely
equipped garase; SO x 100 -foot lot. with flno
luwn and shrubbery; price only $55oo;
will accept small cafli payment, balance
monthly payments. If ou want a home
this Is your opportunity.
F. E. TAYLOR CO..
Ground Floor. Henry Bldg
I am forced to sell my home, a O-room
modern bungalow, 2 large lots and garafie
for practically the cost of the Improve
ments. There are two bedrooms, den.
living-room and kitchen, with all built-in
conveniences; fireplace, furnace and laun
dry trays, cement floor in basement, etc.
This piae is In.Roso City I'ark; never
been on the market before and Is easily
worth 845UO. I will sell for (3250 and on
terms at that. Address owner. AO 21,
WILL TAKE $3500 IN TRADE.
Balance easy terms, 'on this beautiful
8-room bungalow, crowning one of the
most sightly locations in magnificent Lau
relhurst; built by owner for home and
finished In elaborate and artistic manner;
trees, shrubbery, flowers, luwn and extra
ijoneone will draw this at a snap figure
as am forced to leave. Phone K. 1246. No
THAT VACANT LOT.
WnT NOT TURN A BURDEN INTO
INCOME? WE WILL FURNISH THE
MONEY. BUILD APARTMENTS. RESI
DENCE OK ANYTHING; PLANS FREE;
WE ARE RESPONSIBLE. WE KNOW
HOW. TALK WITH OUR CLIENTS. SEE
OUR WORK. WILL GIVE BONDS
L. R. BAILEY & CO.. CONTRACTING
ARCHITECTS. 824 ABINGTON BLDG.
$1700 Dandy lot on loth, between Stan
ton and Klskiyou: everything paid.
820UO East face lot on lsih, between
Knott and Stanton; everytlhng paid.
(1200 each Two choice lots on Tilla
mook, between 27th and 2Sth.
H. P. PALMER-JONES CO.,
404 Wilcox B!d.
Main 80'JH. A 2G."i3.
MURRAYMEAD, swell new modern home. 3
bedrooms, sleeping porch. oak floors,
bookcase, buffet. Dutch kitchen, fireplace,
furnace, gas and electric fixtures, cement
front porch, lot ftOxlOO, east facing: a big
snap at $4200, J2tio down and $25 per
month, on East 24th, near carllne. Why
ZADOW & ALEXANDER.
414 Corbett Hldg. A 14 10, Marshall 92.
YOU ALWAYS WANTED THIS
and told your nelghbois you i anted a
close-in place where you could save car
fare. 1 have it for you now at the
ridiculous low price of $3000. 4 blocks
- from east approach of Broadway bridge,
fractional lot, modern O-room house. Don't
pass this up; owner refused $5VU0 last
JACOB HAAS. Gerlinger bldg.
PIEDMONT SNAP. .,
Fine modern tt-ruom bungalow, on large
corner covering nearly three lots, facing
three streets, fine lawn and some nice
shsde trees. In fact a beautiful homo that
coot the owner $8600, and can be bought
for $t;600 on any reasonable terms.
GKL'SSI & BOLUS,
3 Is Board of'l rade. Main 7-162, A 4401.
83700 TERMS TO Klll'l'
NEW. STYLISH. 7-ROOM HOME.
'Most up-to-date In city; restricted dis
trict; double living-room with French
uuors, i-ioot oeveiea piate-giass buffet,
narowooa iioors, 3 French mirrors, beauti
ful mantel, solid brass hardware; no com
missions; no trades; 17 minutt-a to city
mi m. r-iioue owner, t aoor IsOv.
Wi FURNISH THE PLAN'S AND
BUILD HOUSES OR FLATS FOR THE
LOWEST POSSIBLE COST. WE BUY
BUILDING MATERIALS IN LARGS
QUANTITY AND CAN SAVE YOU MANY
KULUMtR ULn V.OKK GUARANTEED.
au i VV OKlll-STltPHENSON CO.
704-7 COUCH BLDG.
TOO cannot find its equal In Portland; 7
room complete nome on E. 80th st. No.
Just south of Hancock st. See a real house
i "o iignt price, -uuu; easy terms; com
211-12 Abington Bldg.
BUILD ON YOUR LOT.
Ws will build on your lot; terms like
rent; xirst-ciass guaranteed work.
UMBDEN STOCK A LARSON CO.
288 Oak St.
Ses Mr. Furlong.
DON'T PAY RENr
while you can buy a nice Rose City Park
home on small monthly papments. Call at
onco at realty nept. or
HARTMAN i THOMPSON
4th and Stark Sis.
FORCED TO SKI.1,
6-room bungalow. Rose City Park, value
evuir; must sen tor $IHU; on 40th at
Sandy blvd. modern place; easy terms.
UAnbA. u A- Ll.ll, lul 4th St.
NEW 4-room house, sunny, electric fix
tures. garden, fine lawn. Tabor 3369.
For Male Business property.
,u s.uu casn. 4UX100. store building an.i
grocery fixtures. 200 feet south of Alberta
hi., growing locality, call cue Alberta at.
r-none t ooa. -Oil.
Suburban Heme Property.
GIBSON HALF ACRES.
Good soli, city water, close to carllne.
easy terms, win Duua to suit purchaser.
Phone Marshall 1585 or Sellwood 470.
JOHN H. GIBSON. OWNER.
For Sale Acreage.
$400 CASH LOCATES YOU.
40 ACRES GOOD LAND.
Genuine red shot soil, well watered, ab
solutely no rocks, easy clearing; 1 mils
from station. only 20 milea from Port
land: price intw. easy terms on balance.
w for , ii t iinereei.
LUEDDEMANN. RULEf & CO..
013 Chamber of Commerce.
ON THE MOUNT HOOD RAILROAD.
Near Buckler avenue. 2i acres eirf4
nice three-room' house. 43 fruit trees, five
blocks from the station. Adjoining land
sold at $1000 per acre. A big snap at
$6000; $1600 down, balance easy terms;
2ADOW cfc ALEXANDER.
414 Corbett Bldg. A 1413, Marshall 2.
ACRES FOR $230.
$10 down and $5 per month bnva
acres of good level, logged-off land be
tween Portland and Centralia. on the
main line cf s railroads, 14 miles from
town of 1000 population, sawmills, shingle
iiinii. suu 11 in 11 1 .uuusLnei. too acres
choose from, borne of these tracts are
aooul naif cleared, a line trout creek
runs through the tract. Some bottom land,
some upland, all Is good.
PELL REAL ESTATE CO..
212 RAILWAY EXCHANGE.
8 ACRES FOR $473 CASH.
5 acres rich black loam bottom land
and 3 acres genuine red-shot soli; on
good road, H mile from station and good
neighbors all around; no rocks and fine
springs; within 200 feet of fine trout
stream; only 28 miles from Portland, 15
minutes waiK to scnool ana store.
LUEDDEMANN, RULE Y & CO.,
013 Chamber of Commerce.
k YEARS TIME.
Best river bottom land In 10-acre tracts,
8 miles from Corvallls. on, graveled road
hi down, balance' in S years. Write for
descriptive booklet free.
B. W. JOHNSON. Corvallls. Or.
ACRE AT PRICE OF LOT.
Within mllo of city limits. 0 blocks to
car; level and practically cleared: In beau
tiful Powell Valley: Ideal for home In the
country with city advantages; can sell one
two or three acres at $S50 each, small
payment down, balance like rent-
LUEDDEMANN. RULE Y & CO.,
013 Chamber of Commerce.
ELECTRIC LINE, eight blocks of station,
chicken and fruit ranches, near Portland
new subdivision, near Grcsham: 6 acres.
$400. $500. 700; $ acres. $S0O. 8700; 10
acres. $760, $00. 11000 per tract best
soil, free wood. prlng water; acreage at
Scappoose. Or.. $25 to $100 per acre.
FEANK M' FAR LAND REALTY CO.
80S Teon bldg.. Portland. Or.
$10 DOWN. $10 monthly buys new 4-room
??.U 820: Price $7501. Oregon
Si'i ""t'.i55 ra'nutes. A. C. Marsters. 2U2
Wilcox bldg. Main 8517. Tabor 1770
BEFORE locating ba sure and visit the WI1-
inuicua vaiiey mxormatlon Bureau at 206
Washington st. (between 3d and 4 th .
Absolutely free. Bring the ladles.
8N.P ?or o- 14 "ores, oa Oregon Eleo-
ino line: about 4 blocks from station.
Owner. BP 18. Oregonlan.
hk - ACRE or more on 5c carllne. lit Scott
district- O '-' " n,-.
For pale Acreage
AT A ROCK BOTTOM FIGURE.
14 MILES CITY LIMITS.
Near Base Line road and Mt, Hood car
line; this is one of the finest 10-acre tracts
near Portland, all under cultivation; ove
100 bearing fruit trees. Bull Run water,
well constructed 4-room bouse, cement
basement and good barn; all fenced; an
excellent Investment and a fine home; ad
Joining property uow selling In eUxloO-toot
lots at $400. if you want something good
and at rock bottom figure investigate this.
N-j phone Information.
F. E. TAYLOR CO.,
Ground Floor Henry Bldg.
12.7s ACRES, deep black soil; this is the
best hop or loganberry land In the Wil
lamotte Valley; fenced, cleared and fii'i
down, balance 3 years. per cent, bee
Mr. Donaldson. 208 Washington st.
10 ACRES good fruit land 2 miles of Lake
view. Or.; will trade for good Ford auto.
Address W. W. Allen. Amity. Or.. R. No. a.
GOING to Curry County to locate on soma
valuablo homesteads just thrown open for
filing; have been all over tho ground and
can advise you properly; part turn lands
and part heavy, valuable timber, near the
new R. K. survey. tH3 Oregonlan bldg
40 ACRES heavy merchantable timber doss
to Columbia River, north of Portland; can
be homesteaded or timber claimed; $100
for my rcliiiquthment. b03 Oregonian bid.
i HOMESTEADS. Malheur County; loca
tlon tee 8,'H). Wm. Mast. cor. 21 and Ash.
For Sale Krnit Lauds.
h KC1T AND POULTRY RANCH.
20 acres, nearly all In cultivation. 2H
acres prunes, a acres loganberries, bearing;
excellent soil and water, gentle slope to
all-year stream; A-l buildings, some new
tamily orchard and small fruit of all
kinds: near Newbcrg, on electric llu.
fail or write for priue and terniB. Owner.
P2o Selling bldg.. Portland. Ort-gon.
For Kale Farms.
HOOD 1UVEK IO', acres 2 miles from
town; land all cleared; new 3-room house,
125 fruit trees, spring and running water,
fine fruit and garden land; best bargain
in Hood River at 81MK1. $1000 down and
bal. to suit, or will take small hems la
Portland, about $2000, or auto, about $SOO.
aa first payment; come in and find out
ZADOW & ALEXANDER.
414 Corbett Bldg. A 1410. Marshall 02.
FOR SALE or trade, a good wheat or hog
ranch of 1400 acre. lloo acres under the
plow; all fenced aud cross-fenced; about
:,U0 acres In gralu this year; will sell
for small payraeut do u and crop pay
ment or trade tor income property.
East Ti: ur U 1600. 42U Hawthorns ave.
On this fine 32-acre farm from $10,00
to $uTr.o. only 12 miles from Portland, on
red Electric line. tiood O-room house,
barn and outbuildings. 22 acres tillable. 4
acres bearing orchard, ts acres beaverdum,
f acres fir timber. fenced and cros
fenced. S. Hewey. 269 Slark 8U. near 4tli.
HARTMAN & THOMPSON.
SO ACHES. 4 miles from Portland, on the
Southern pacilic K. R.. adjoining elly
limits of a line little S.ty; this tract is u 1
platted Into live-acre tracts and ready for
plow; $13.u00; will take tins or owner may
consider part for ciiy property in ex
change, clear of incuiiibraiic"
HARRY B. HUMPHRY.
212-213 Ctiambor of Commerce.
STOCK ruch of 212M atrea near t'obur,,
Lane County, Orgon; well watered with
springs: 2ou airt-ii of meadow; also tim
ber. I'rit-e ttio.ono. one-third cash, bal
ance in five yars at it pr cent. F. 1.
Chamberlain. 72 Mor&un bldg., Portland,
fou s.vli: r.v onvnkk.
lt; acre on coiitiiy n..d. 2 inllea from
Madras. a!out i" .urta in cultivation;
good young ur-hiii'u. bearing. C. K.
Koush, Maura?, o..
NEWCOMERS, the eusit-ttl uy to set posted
m farm land is to chiip lo the tree shot
today at 200 Washington st. (between 3d
end 4th . Absolutely i rev. Bring the ladles,-
RANCH CO acres wltil buildings, 18 miles
from Portland, near electric line; bargain
for all cash. By owner. 107 1st su
FOR wheat ranches, sale or trade, writs M.
F;tmaurice. Condon. Of.
FuR SALE ou- eapy terms, luige building
site, near curilut-. 2::d und Kllllngswortlu
Inquire William Mclntosn. 280 Oak at.
WANTED REAL ESTATE.
WANT a 6-roym modern house In Rose City
Park. Laurelhurst or Irvlngton. Must la
of good design and well built. Will pay a'l
cash tor an absolute bargain. Come to the
office and tell us what you've got,
SMITH INVESTMENT CO.,
90 3th s;. Main S770.
20 OR ::o acres, some improvement, clots
to carllne, within miles of Portland,
also 10.0oo.0ou teet of good tie timber, for
clients. Call or write full particulars.
Fred A. King, 314 Fpaldlng bldg.. cay.
WANTED About an acre near ocean and
handy to railroad depot: between Seaside
and Columbia Klver: soil and water must
be good. Give full particulars aud lowsat
cash price. E 24. Oregonlan.
WANTED To buy modern 7-room home in
good neighborhood from owner, who will
accept $600 cash and balance country
property. Y 12. Orestorilun.
LAURELHURST LOT OR EQUITY
Wanted in exchange fur C-passenffer Pack
ard In flrst-ciass condition. Phone E.
WANTED Modern 0-rooui house, Albina
district, on tenuis of $30 a month; will not
assume mortgage. AR ZA, Oregonlan.
EWU1TY In Laurelhurst or Irvlngton lot (or
$12K; equity In 6-room bungalow, $3100.
P 22. Oregonian.
COTTAGE, will give 16 ui-res, improved, as
first payment. R 21, oregonlan.
WANTED 40 acres without buildings, near
Molalla. Give description, terms, eta,
initial payment $700. o 24, Oregonlan.
FOR SALE TIMBER LANDS.
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
M'CRACKEN, 304 M'KAY BLDG.
to exchange: real estate.
li MILES CITY LTMIT3. -
Near Base Line Road and Mt. Hood Carline.
This is one of the finest 10-scre tracts
around Portland; all under cultivation,
over 100 bearing fruit trees. Bull Run.
water, well constructed 4-room house with
cement basement, etc.. and barn; adjoin
ing property selling in aUxlOu-foot lots at
$400; this is an ideal suburban home,
and what will acreage this near Portland
be worth In a few years? Price $10,0u0,
intg. $3600. long time at per cent: will
exchange for well located home up to
$8000, and pay cash difference, or for
other well located properties unincum
bered; no use to submit properties within
F. E. TAYLOR CO..
Ground Floor. Henry Bldg.
WILL TAKE $3600 IN TRADE.
Balance easy terms, on this beautiful
8-room. bungalow crowning one of the
most sightly locations In magnificent Lau
relhurst; built by owner for home, and
finished In elaborate and artlstio manner;
trees, shrubbery, flowers, lswn and extra,
Soneone will draw this at a snap figure,
as am forced to leave. Phone E. 124. No
HAVE $100 lot. 10 acres, fine fruit land.
worth sioou. botn unincumbered: also
$1000 equity in 6-room cottage. Will ex
change all for bungalow that la worth
$3000; will not assume. F 24. Oregonlan.
$340 EQUITY In & acres at Durham to ex
change for lot or motorcycle. G. E. Weller,
14US Hawthorne ave. Tabor 1048. Tabor
LAURELHURST LOT OR EQUITY
Wanted In exchange for 5-passenger Pack
ard in flrst-elass condition. Phons E.
HAVE 1600 equity In lot 8. block 4. Wllbur-
ton; also 1-0 equity in lots 8-9. block 1.
Palmyra. No monthly payments; will ex
chsnge for automobile. E 25, Oregonian.
IMPROVED farms In North Dakota for
Willamette Valley farms or income prop
erty. What have you. Owner. Box 20, Mt,
CHOICE sightly lot In a boautlful addi
tion, price. $450. win take vlctrola as the
first payment, balance easy installments.
See the owner. 512 Piatt blag.
id ACRES. 13 miles from Vancouver. 5
miles from Camas, Wash.; $85 per acre;
sell or trade for Portland property. Own
er. 1118 Teon bldg.
EXCHANGE 200-acre farm, stocked, $13,000,
for vacant lots; no agents, o 2, Orego-
SURE, we will trade. What have you? We
have lota, farms and personal property.
Intormaton, 415 Selling bldg.
WHAT have you to exchange for business
corner, Morrison sL, $30,000 eautty?- AK
WANTED Portland business property or
farm land In exchange for New York City
property. M 005. Oregonlan.
MODERN house In Irvlngton district, for
exchange. B. M. Lombard,' 11 Madison
bldg.. Main 6692. A 2S02.
DRIVING buggy, value $40. for camera same
value. pu Aiuertl Bt.
33 ACRES, fine, level land, on Salem Elec
tric!, for house. P 23, Oregonlan,