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. ' ArCTION BALES TODAT. KKAI, BUT ATE.
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I II II I AH dUAID GUDI
Two Vessels Due Here Soon
for Big Lumber Loads.
7,000000 FEET TO MOVE
Tueuty-nre to Thirty Millions to
Be Delivered on Toronto Order
Within Xext Three Years by
About the. middle of August the
Harel Dollar, one of the Robert Dollar
Company's British steamships, will ar
rive in the river to load lumber for the
Orient. Two or three weeks later the
British steamship Cape Flnisterrre.
chartered by the Dollar Company, will
be here for the same purpose. Each
vessel is capable of carrying 8.600,000
feet of fir.
The British steamship Robert Dollar,
the largest of the Dollar fleet. Is on
her way from Puget Sound to the At
lantic seaboard with 17.000,000 feet of
lumber. The company had hoped to
send her through the canal, but. as it
is not open yt, the steamer will go
round by the Straits of Magellan. She
has about 3.000.000 feet of lumber for
Toronto, which will go by rail from
New London. Conn. This will save the
vessel from going to Montreal, an ad
ditional lf00 miles.
Th Robert Dollar Company has a
contract to ship from 15.000.000 to 30.-
00. 1. 0(0 feet of lumber from the Pa
cific Northwest to Toronto within the
next three years-
KOrHFM.K TO BE .VCCTIONED
Steamer. Built in Kast, to Be Sold
by Deputy Marshal.
The steamer Rochelle will be sold at
auction from the south door of the
postoffice at 10 A. M.. July 29. to satisfy
creditors. The sale will be conducted
bv Deputy United States Marshal Leon
ard Becker. Some time ago the steamer
waa libeled by C. A. Puariea and there
were several tntervenors. Judgment
was rendered by default. The boat is
moored at the Hawthorne dock.
The Rochelle was built at West Bay
Citv Mich., in 1894. for service on the
Great Lakes. After a number of years
there she was brought to the Pacific
Coast, where she has not been a suc
cess. She was last used by the W. F.
Swan Navigation Company on the Puget
Bound-Alaska run, but was taken off
aoma time ago. k
PORTLAND GOODS JLVT BE LOST
Kcntiicklan's Krelght Is Partially
Destroyed at Dock.
While 700 tons of freight on the
American-Hawaiian steamship Ken
tucklan were destroyed by fire as she
Jay at her dock in Son Francisco Sun
day, advices to C. D. Kennedy, local
agent of the line, yesterday do r.ot say
whether anv part of 900 tons con
signed to Portland was among that
lost. The steamer, which is one of the
new large additions to the line, is said
not to have been damaged.
The fire broke out in lower hold No.
1. The Kentuckian will sail from San
Francisco to Honolulu tomorrow to
; load a full cargo of sugar for New
Tork. F.ach of the new large ships of
the line are following this route.
WAGE STRIKE HELD T7NXIKEIST
Results of Canvass Not to Be Re
ported TTntll Convention Acts.
The result of the canvass of the vote
of the Pacific locals of the Interna
tional Longshoremen's Union on the
question of having a uniform wage
scale will not be given out until after
It has been passed on at the National
convention now being held at Milwau
This announcement was made at the
meeting of the Pacific Coast delegates
yesterday. Representatives of the vari
ous unions of the Coast have been in
session here since Monday. The opin
ion seems to prevail that a strike on
account of the wage acala on the Coast
News From Oregon Ports.
COOS BAT. July 15. (Special.) The
team schooner Nann Smith sailed this
afternoon from Marshfield for San
Francisco. The vessel had a million
and a half feet of lumber and 45 pas
sengers. Poter Scott, a fisherman, who, friends
thousht, had been lost at sea, after an
absence of a week was located at Ban
don, where he had gone to market fish.
The gasoline schooner Roamer sailed
today for Florence and Glenada with
miscellaneous freight for the Siuslaw
The steam schooner Adeline Smith
arrived today from San Francisco and
Is shipping lumber at the Smith mill.
t- hvp neon the whale
which died on the beach between Coos
Bay and Winchester Bay estimate its
length at 75 feet.
The steam fishing tug Iolanda is
working off Heceta Head and will be in
port tomorrow afternoon.
GARDINER. Or.7"july 15. (Special.)
The schooner Louise loaded with lum
ber from the Gardiner Mill Company's
plant sailed today for San Francisco.
The Willamette-Pacific bridge across
the I'mpqua River at this point is un
der course of construction and 10 bents
of piling are already driven. The crew
is working on the north approach in
the vicinity of Smith River. The bridge
will be constructed with a draw.
FLORENCE. Or.Tjuly 15. (Special.)
The great Improvement In the Sius
law River bar has, pleased seamen and
shippers alike and many new things
are planned for this port. Captain Jones
. i . . . T T?naNn tnrvlr tn U i a .fnn
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day the Hugh Hogan and the barge
Lawrence, the latter to Coos Bay. Each
had the largest cargoes ever taken
across this bar, and 16 feet of water
was recorded by soundings.
Porter Brothers, owners of the Tide
water mill, have preliminary plans for
the construction of two large barges, to
be used in transporting their lumber to
San Francisco. Each barge will be 200
feet in length with a 48-foot beam, and
they will have each a capacity of a mil
lion and a half feet of lumber. The
company will need a heavy power sea
going tug of 800 or 1000-horsepower to
handle these barges, and it is thought
all will be ready for service before
Winter sets In..
ASTORIA. Or.. July 15. (Special.)
The steam scheoner Solano sailed today
for Grays Harbor to load lumber.
The gasoline schooner Delia sailed
today for coast points with general
The gasoline schooners Enterprise,
Mirene and Randolph arrived today
from coast points with cargoes of
dairv products for Portland,
The lighthouse tender Manzanlta
sailed today with supplies fer light
stations so far south as Pert Orferd,
The tank steamer Oleum arrived this
morning from California with fuel elL
The British, steams Strathclyde
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ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
PROMPT SERVICE at reasonable prices.
Pacific Title & Trust Co., 1 Cha. ot Com.
K, STEPHAN Hemstitching and scauoplng,
accord, side pleat, buttons covered, good'
sponged; mall orders. 3t3 Alder. M. Xo-
ANTIQUE furniture restored. 421 Haw
thorne ave. Web Glaaler. cabinetmaker.
vfnone n.asi ow
4BI MATTRESS WORKS.
ONLY scientifically thorough renovating in
ASSAYERS AND ASALYSTsT
gilbert HAfcu "f" w"rn?66:
MONTANA ASSAY OFFICE Laboratoty
and ore-testing works. 142 ft
J. R. GREENFIELD General practice, ab
stracts, contracts, collateral etc.; consul
tation tree. New offices, 707. 708. 708, 6ell-
ing bldg. Main 4Ki. Open evenings.
c vViL M. LAFORCE.
Counsellor-at-law. 220 Falling bldg.
NORTHWEST RUG CO. Rugs from old car
pets, rag rus! 188 East 8th. Both phones.
CELLULOID BUTTONS, BADGES.
TUB IRWIN-HUOSUn w" Vu
82 6th st. Phones Main 812 and 154.
William. Eslelle and William, Jr.. Deveny,
the only scientific chiropodists In the city.
Parlors, S02 lierllnger bldg.. 8. W. cor.
Id ana Alaer. ruouw
CHIROPODY and pedicuring. Mrs. M. D-
. . . i . . i cilaHnar Vi 1 1"1 IT Main 8474.
mil, im-c. . ........... .
Dr. and Mrs. Fletcher, painless chiropodists,
over the Hazelwood. Main 8il3, A Q12W.
(HI KOPKACTIC PHYSICIANS.
DR. M'MAHON. 121 4th. 876 Williams ave.,
ii . I1A Ualn OfR
1 uj uoiiiicuu f v -.
DR. MARIE C. I'NGER, chiropractic, nsouro
path. 1)0(1 Rothchlld bldg. Marshall 2726.
CLEANING AND PRESSING.
DRESS SUITS for rent; we pres. one suit
each week for $1.50 per month.
UNIQUE TAILORING CO..
St'K Stark St., bet. Dtb and Cth. Main on.
Accounts, notes. Judgments collected. 'Adopt
Short Methods." Short Adjustment Co..
S2 N. W. Hank bldg. Main t74.
NKTH CO.. Worcester bldg. Main 1788.
No collections, no charges.
COAL AND WOOD.
KNIGHT coal has no equal, a clean, hard-quick-flrlng.
long-enduring Utah coaL Al
blna Fuel Co.. sole agents.
R. M. Waile & Co.. S22-2M Hawthorne ave.
ARCHITECTURAL WIRE IRON W'ORKS.
Portland Wire & lion Wks.. 2d and Columbia.
AC TO AND BUGGY TOPS.
DUBRU1LLE BUGGY TOP CO.. 200 2d at.
BAI.LOU & WRIGHT. 7th and Oak sts.
AWNINCS, TENTS AND HAILS.
PACIFIC TENT & AWN. CO., 1-3 N. lt St.
. . . . .... ai. unuT
Baggage & Omnibus Trauafer. Park & Davis.
BICYCLES, MOTORCYCLES SUPPLIES.
BALLOU & WRIGHT. 7th and Oak sts.
Royal Bakery & Conf- inc. 11th and Everett.
. . ...... ...w,-,-, v i,
HENRY WE1NHARD. 13th and Hurnslda
CASCARA MARK AND GRAPE ROOT.
K.AHN cttua.i IPl r j.w..
CEMENT, LIME AND PLASTER.
tr. 'i . cituvni to j ...
COFFEES. TEAS AND SPICES.
CLOSSKTT DEVEKS. 1-11 N. Front
FLEISCHNER. MAYER & CO.. 207 Ash St.
Stubbs Elentric Co.. "th and Pine sts.
sailed this morning; for Shanghai with
lumber from Portland.
The Luckenbach line steamer Pleiades
arrived from Kalama during the night
and went to Knappton to take on 400,-
000 feet of lumber. She will return to
Kalama tonight or tomorrow to finish
The steamer Sue H. Elmore sailed to
day for Tillamook.
The tug Geo. R. Vosburg arrived to
night with the barge Nehalem In tow.
Th latter has 340,000 feet of lumber
which will be taken to San Francisco
on the steamer Daisy.
The steamers Virgina and Maria
changed places late yesterday, the Vir
ginia going back to the Irving Dock
and tho Maria to Montgomery Dock
Henry Lu Beck, Lighthouse Inspector,
left yesterday morning to Join the ten
der Manzanita at Tongue Point on a
tour of inspection of the aids to navi
gation In the southern part of District
No. 17. He will be gone a week or ten
The American schooner Irene, carry
ing J30.000 feet of lumber for San
Pedro. left for Astoria in tow of the
Ocklahama at 6 o'clock last night.
The steamer Saginaw, Captain Henry
Weber, cleared for San Francisco yes
terday with 815,000 feet of lumber.
The steamer Paraiso, Captain Lilli
land, sailed for San Francisco and Coos
Bay yesterday with general freight.
The steamer Roanoke. Captain C. C.
Graham, left for San Francisco, Los
Angeles and San Diego yesterday with
a general cargo.
A baby bpy was born on the passage
north of the steamer Breakwater from
Coos Bay at 8:05 P. M. Tuesday. The
steamer arrived in Portland at 5:30
last night with 46 passengers.
. Movements of Vessels.
PORTLAND. July 15. Arrived Steamers
Breakwater, from Coos Bay; Mayfair. fim
San Francisco; Oleum, from Port San Luis.
Sailed .Steamer lioam.ke. lor San Diego.
Astoria. July IS. Sailed at C A. M.. Brit
ish steamer Strathclyde, for Shanghai. Ar
rived down at Knappton. steamer Pleiades.
Arrived at 7 and left up at 8 A. M.. steamer
Breakwater, from Coos Bay. Arrived at i
and left up r.t 1 P. M., steamer Oleum, from
port San Luis. Sailed at 11 A. M., steamer
Solano, for Grays Harbor.
San Francisco, July 15. Arrived Steamer
J A. Chanslor, from Portland. Failed at
noon, steamer Beaver, for San Pedro; tug
Hercules In tow of log raft from Columbia
River for San Diego, off Point Arena at
1 SanMpedro. July 14. Arrived Steamer E.
H Vance, from Columbia River.
San Francisco, July 13. Arrived Steam
ers Yosemlte, from Eagle Harbor; Redondo,
from Coos Bay; Doris, from Grays Harbor;
Tenvo Miru (Japanese), from Hongkong;
I . a. A. inuiopwu . .
Palled Steamers Matsonla, for Honolulu via
Seattle; Thor (Norwegian), for Nanalmo.
Yokohama, July 14. Arrived Steamer
Minnesota, from Seattle.
1.1 i 1 1 Arrived Steamer
Queen Eugenie, from Portland. . . .
Sydney, o. , c
Steamer Strathardle, from Belllngham.
YoKonama, juiy rt ' 1 1 1 ' " 1
Hoerde, from Seattle. Sailed 13th, steamer
Aion. eagie, lor
Antofagasta. July 13. Arrived Steamer
Desabla, from Port Harford.
San Diego, Cal., July 15. Arrived Steam
ship Klamath, from Portland; Shoeshone,
from St. Helens; Speedwell, from Coos Bay;
Henry T Scott, from Tacoma: President,
from Vancouver: Whipple, from Trmrtun;
Paul Jones, from Lapaz. Sailed Klamath,
Shoshone, for Portland; President, for Van
couver. . ,
Seattle. Wash., July 15. Arrived Steam
ers Mariposa, from Southwestern Alaska:
Yokohama Mini (Japanese), from Hong
kong: Bee. Richmond, from San Francisco;
Prince George (British), from Prince Ru
pert. ;-ai :f u steamers Aamirai ouippu,
for Northwestern and Southwestern Alaska;
Admiral Watson, for San Francisco; Jeffer
son, for Southeastern Alaska; Prince George
IBrttish), for Prince Rupert.
Tides at Astoria 'Thursday.
T:84 A. M B.S feet'l:5 A. M 1.8 feet
7:21 P. M 7-8 feet0:55 P. M 8.3 feet
Marconi 'Wireless Reports.
(All positions renarted at S P. M., July 18,
pnless otherwise designated.)
Manchuria, Baa Francises or Orient, 156
miles eut at t P, M., July 14.
Bonema, Baa Franelsoe fer Sydney. 25T0
PROF. WAL WILSON dancing school; waltz,
one-step, two-step, schott.sche, hesitation
waits, stage dancing ; lessons, 2oc. every
morning, afternoon, evening; guarantee to
teach anybody who walks how to dance.
bOft Dtn, Dei. Piaiiv aim
MR. and Mrs. Heath's Academy; dancing
taught in all Its branches; class Frt. eve.,
1 to 10. 231 Vi Morrison, cor. Sid. Mar. 14.
DR. A. W. KEENE, Majestic Theater bids.
oo 1 wa?uingioo jm"
EYK, EAR,. NOSE AXCTHBOAT
Treatments by specialists; glasses fitted. Dr.
F. F. Casseday, 617 Dekum bl. 3d & Wash.
MOTORS, generators bought, sold, rented
and repaired. We do all kind of repair
ing and rewinding; all work guaranteed.
H. M. H. Electric Co., 31 First su North.
rnoaa juam suo.
IQlXPBt AND MACHINE WORKS.
PHOENIX Iron Works. East d and Htw
thorne. General machine and foundry work.
KODAKS and ALL SUPPLIES; developing,
printing and enlarging. PIKE MARK
HAM CO.. 345 Washington st.
Engines, boilers, sawmills bought, sold and
exchanged. The J. E. Martin Co., Portland.
HASTY MESSENGER CO., motorcycle and
bicycles. Phone Main 63, A 2153.
WE MAKE a specialty of moving with auto
trucks. Mar. 6171. WoodL 2173.
EMIL THIELHORN, violin teacher; pnpll
Sevlcik, 207 Fliedner bldg. A 4180, Mar.
NATUROPATHIC PHYSICIAN 8.
DR. PHILLIPS, specialist in paralysis, ner
vous chronlo diseases. 604 Oregonian bldg.
A FIGHT on high prices.
jay S5 to 10 lor a
alasses when I can
fit your eyes with first-
quality lenses, gold-filled frames, as low
as tl 50? Goodman, 191 Morrison su, near
bridge. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Dr. R. B. Northrup, 303 Morgan bldg., cor.
Broadway and Washington sts. Office
phone Main 349; residence. East 1028.
PATENTS procured by J. K. Mock, late of
U. S. .Patent Office. 6S4 N. W. Bank bldg.
R. C WRIGHT 22 years' practice U. S.
and foreign patents. 60 Dekum bldg.
WHOLESALE AND MANUFACTURERS
Albers Bros. Milling Co., Front and Marshall.
H. M. HOUSER. Hoard of Trade bldg.
WADHAMS & CO., 6K-75 4th St.
DIAMOND HAIR WORKS.
wholesale only. 8o3- panama b'o.
Portland" hair goods cc
wholesale only. 411 dekum bldo.
HATS AND CAPS.
THANHAUSER HAT CO., 68-55 Front st,
HIDES. PELTS. WOOL AND IXRS.
KAHN BROS- 11 Front st.
PACIFIC IRON WORKS,
East End of Burnslde Bridge.
STEEL STRUCTURAL PLANT.
ALL ARCHITECT URTL IRON.
STEEL BRIDGES ROOF TRUSSES,
Carry Complete Stock of
STEEL BEAMS AND ANGLES,
LEATHER AND SHOE STORE SUPPLIES.
CHAS. L. MASTICK 4c CO., 74 Front; leather
of every description, taps, mtg. immu.
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER, METAL LATIL
The J. McCracken Co., 1114 Board of Trade.
Sales agent celebrated Roche Harbor lime.
F. B. MALLORY & CO.. 23l' Pine 'st.
. . .... a ., .r-vrrKWFAR
Columbia Nc-kwear Mfg. Co., 8.1 Fifth St.
miles out at 8 P. M., July 14.
Nile, Orient for San Francisco, 418 njlles
out at 8 P. M. ' .
Farragut, San Francisco for Seattle, o
miles north of San Francisco ,.
Drake. Richmond for Seattle, 16 miles
north of Point Arena.
Lucas, Seattle for Richmond, 24 miles
bouui ui runu .
Redondo, San rrancisco tor oan
15 miles south of San Francisco.
i- can pmnptHRfi for Seattle, a
miles north of Point Arena,
Norwood. Grays Harbor for San Francisco,
10 miles south of Point Arena.
Yucatan, San Pedro lor Ban rrancjsco, on
Nllo, Orient for San Francisco, 503 miles
Santa Rita, Vancouver for dan Francisco,
60 miles north of lihgtshlp.
iiwa 11 a rlin fnr Ran Fr&llRilCO.
10 miles south of Point Arena,
Grace Dollar, san irancisco ior cuiuuu,
169 miles north of San Francisco.
HiunnlR San Francisco for Honolulu,
92 miles out.
Santa Clara. San Francisco for Port San
Luis, 57 miles north of Point Sur. z
MaverlcK, Vancouver ior run Augnito,
passing Gossip Shoal Buoy.
Stanley Dollar, Seattle for San Francisco,
560 miles north of San Francisco.
John A. Hooper, San Francisco for Grays
Harbor. 100 miles south of Columbia River.
nin.l.n k.rH.in fn, Kan FrflnclCQ. '2li
miles south of Grays Harbor.
St Helens. Seattle for St. Michaels, 602
miles west of Cape Flattery at 8 P. M..
City of Seattle. Seattle ior SKagway, on
Boat Harbor at 8 P. M.. July 14.
Mariposa. Alaska for Seattle, off Allen
Bay at 8 P. M., July 14.
CRATER PARK GETS ARCH
Travel to Xatlonal Reservation Kar
in Excess or 1913.
MEDFORD. Or.. July 15. (Special.)
A rustic arch, bearing, the title "The
Crater Lake National Park, has been
erected over the entrance to the park
under the direction of M. L. Erlckson,
Federal Supervisor. The arch is 14
feet high and 10 feet wide.
TT-avai t. tho narlc continues brisk
and all records have been broken. Last
year at this time aDout ou naa reg
istered, while to date 835 have signed
their names at Arant's Camp.
Clarke Gets First Peaclies. '
VANCOUVER. Wash.. July 15. (Spe
I Portland's Building Directory
Chamber of Commerce Bldg.
DCNIWAT. RALPHtS"MSln 1580..BM-MI
VINCENT. & D. 4 CO. Main 184 sis
jml y,gt ntf s
irwABirv, DORR A CO. Main 118...8
Board of Trade Building
Brokers. Stocks, Bonds and Grain.
OVERBECK 4 COOKE CO.
A 633L Main 8M2 316-111
BARRETT BROS Mll. MM.;.. jM
WALLER. FRANK L- Main 8305 11
LUCTTJB. W. W. Marshall 8s. .
r piano co. m. ma 0T-8
HOLT. E. H.
BAIN. JOHN.MArtSS' JaSTSbai 5OT
BAT CITY I-AnS''" . .701-70
KOIXE. DR. D. W. M. 4TSS. A 78M.t0-I0I
Public Utility Specialist.
FOSHAT. WILBUR B. Mala M7I....101
1033 Chamber of Commerce, Portland, Or.
100 Victor bldg.. Washington, D. C.
T. J. GEISLER, Atty-at-Law, 603 Henry.
Win. C. Schmitt. Ens, and Draftsman.
PORTLAND WOOD PIPE CO. Factory and
. n . . . .i - t Mh n 34U.
oipice near inn oiiw
RUBBER STAMPS. SEALS, BRASS SIGNS.
331 Wash. st. Phone Main 710 and A Z71Q.
SEWING machines, new, $20 up: used ma
chines 3 up, renting and repairing. Main
9131. Sewing Machine Emporium, 190 o
Uei. laiOlllll ttlllA n.v,.,
SHOWCASE, BANK at STORE IXTCRES.
MARSHALL MFG. CO., 10th and Flanders
New and old window dlbplay and cabinet
STORAGE AND TRANSFER.
PORTLAND Van A Storage Co.. cor. 16th
and Kearney sts. .Just completed, new tire
proof warehouse for household ellecia,
pianos and automobiles; contains separate
fire and vermin-proof rooms, steam-neated
piano-room, trunk and rug vaults, track
age for carload shipments, vans for mov
ing: reduced freight rates on household
goods to and from East in through cars.
Main 6640. all departments.
OLSEX-ROB TRANSFER CO.
New fireproof warehouse with separate
rooms. We move and pack household
roods and pianos and ship at reduced
rates Auto vans and teams for moving.
Forwarding and distributing agents. Free
trackage. Office and warehouse, loth and
Hoyt sts. Alain pii, a
C O PICK Transfer & Storage Co. Offices
'and commodious 4-story brick warehouse,
separate Iron rooms and fireproof 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 ana
foreign ports, fliain oao, a u.
MANNING WAREHOUSE TRANSFER CO.,
18th and Everett Sts.
Pianos and household goods moved,
packed and shipped; reduced f'hV
on household goods to and Iroin East,
through car service. Main i03. A i-i.
ORF.GOf"TRANSFER CO.. 474 Gllsan SL.
cor 13th. Telephone Main 69 or A 11";
We' own and operate two large class A
warehouses on terminal tracks. Lowest
Insurance raiea iu nw
MAD1SON-ST. DOCK AND WAREHOUSE
Office, 186 Madison: general merchandise,
furniture and machinery storage: transfer
and forwarding agents. Phone Main ib91.
S F VETERINARY COLLEGE begins Sept-'l4-
No profession offers equal opportunity.
Catalogue free. C. Keane. president. 1818
Market St., San Francisco.
BRADSHAW BROS.. Morrison and 7th ts.
ORNAMENTAL IRON AND WIRE.
Portland Wire & Iron Wks., 2d and cplumbla.
PAINTS AND WALL PAPER.
PIONEER PAINT CO., 160 First st. .
W. P. FULLER & CO., 12th and Davis.
riPE, PIPE FITTINGS AND VALVES.
M. L. KLINE, 84-btf Front St.
PLUMBING AND STEAM SUPPLIES.
M. L. KLINE. S4-SC FrontBt.
PRINTERS AND PIBLISHERS.
F. w. BALTES CO., 1st and Oak sts.
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
EVERD1NG & FARRELL, 140 Front St.
ROPE AND BINDER TWINE,
Portland Cordage Co., 14th and Northrup.
SAND AND GRAVEL.
COLUMBIA DIGGER CO.. foot of Ankeny.
SASH. DOORS AND GLASS.
W. P. FULLER & CO.. 12th and Davis.
PORTLAND Iron Works. 14th and Northrup.
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COLUMBIA SUPPLY CO.. 68 Front st.
MORGAN WALL PAPER CO.. S30 2d St.
WHOLESALE JEWELERS OPTICIANS.
BUTTE RF1ELD BROS., MOHAWK BLDQ.
WTRE AND IRON WORKS.
Portland Wire & Iron W ks.. 2d and Columbia
grown in Clarke County; were brought
to Vancouver today-by W. B. Zimmer
man. The variety is knswn as the
Early Arps, much earlier than the av
erage peach, are clingstones, have a
good flavor and are beautifully col
ored. Mr. Zimmerman has five acres
In peaches, the trees bearing when two
Xew Kail Line Is Rushed.
CENTRALIA, Wash., July 15 (Spe
cial.) A track-laying machine was
yesterday put to work in laying the
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fore 10 o'clock at night, except Saturday.
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S 8 o'clock Saturday night. The olfice will
bo open until 10 o'clock 1". M.. as usual, and
all ads received too late for proper classifi
cation w ill be run under heading. "Too Late
to las'sify." . ,tl
The Oregonian will not be responsible for
more than one Incorrect insertion of any
advertisement offered for more than one
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trvrreiTjr LYLK S. Marshall 1431. .. .810
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WAOQONfiR. GEO B. . . .
BLAUSON. A. B. Mala uu"'1"4
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JULY 1G, 1914. 15
Hrtl I g BROADWAY
I-ilLll V AT xAi'LOIt
Phones Main 1 and A 1122.
TODAY TONIGHT ALT. WEEK
Continuous 12:30 to 10:SO F. M.
In tUe Fascinating; Photo-Play.
"NEPTUNE'S DAUGHTER" -
The Spoilers- a Masterpiece
So great has been the demand; for -a
return of "The Spoilers" that the HeillK
management has secured a reappearance
of this most popular and wonderful Clin,
and only after a hard struggle wss this
accomplished. This film was booked to
appear in other cities during the week of
Julv 19. The Hellig management had a
terrific handicap to overcome, together
with payment of an enormous rent, be
lieving that 30,000 Portlanders remained
who had not viewed this marvelous pro
duction and wished to do so. Fifteen
thousand saw this wonderful picture on
Its presentation at the old Heilig dur
ing the week of July 5. "The Spoilers'
will be presented In the Helllg. Broadway
at Taylor, for an engagement of seven
days, continuous from 12:30 to 10:30,
starting Sunday afternoon. July 19. Popu
lar prices of IO. 20 and 30c will prevail.
Week July 13.
LITTLE 111 I' A1) NAPOLEON.
Gsllarinl Four. Barnes and Barron
Galloway and Roberts The Alpha Troupe.
Boxes and First Row Balcony Reserved.
Main 4636, A 2236.
Three Shows Dally, 2:30, 7:30, 9:15.
COOl-KST PLACE IN TOWN
11 KINKAIO K1LTIKS
BYRON 4r LANGDON
THE CAVANO DUO
Portland's Great Amusement Park.
Complete Change of Programme.
Motiou Pictures of July 4 Crowds.
A wonderful feature. See yourself
and your friends.
Toklo Murati, Inimitable Jap.
Pat and Fanny Kelly, Irish come
dians. "Tiny rnvder," famous tenor.
Band Concerts at ?:30 and 8:30.
Vaudeville at 4 and 10 P. M.
W et or shine. In the open-air covered
t ALL PERFORMANCES FREE.
Cars at First and Alder. Launches
Cor. Vans-hn and Twenty-fourth Sts.
JULY' 14, 15, 10, 17. 18, 10.
Games Br sin Weekdays at 3 P. M.
Sundays, 2:30 P. M.
I.ndiew Iny Wednesday and Friday.
steel .on the Puget Sound & Willapa
Harbor Railway and last flight the
work had progressed from the city
limits to Main street, in the center of
On ' an enterprising farm In Wisconsin
alarm clocks are used to awaken the ducks
and chickens. The clocks also discharge
the food Into the feeding trough and start
the heating apparatus, which warms the
water In the swimming pools.
K. T., parlors open from 7:S0
P. M. Cards and a social time
expected: All Masons are
Invited to participate.
C F. W I EG AND, Recorder.
KENTON LODGE, NO. 145, A.
F. AND A. M. Special commun
ication this (Thursday) evening
7:30. E. A. degree. By order of
W. M. W. T. LINDER, Sec.
KENTON LODGE, NO. 145, A.
F. AND A. M. Stated communi
cation this (Thursday) evening.
W. T. LINDER,
' GOLDEN RULE ENCAMPMENT. NO. 28,
meets this (Thursday evening Orient Hall.
E. Bth and Alder, at S o'clock, patriarchal
degree. All patriarchs welcome.
C. C. STARR, Scribe.
UNITED DEGREE TEAMS, W. O. W..
give a picnic at Crystal Lake Park July 11.
Vou are all cordially invited to come and
bring your friends. Sports of all kinds.
MARTIN & FORBES CO.. florists. 347
Washington. Main 26, A 1269. Flowers
for all occasions artistically arranged.
PEOPLE'S FLORAL SHOP, 2d and Alder.
uesigns mio. pfiajn. --
MAX M. SMITH. Main 721S, A 12L Sell
DAWSON At his late residence. 7344 Fifty
third avenue S. E., July 15, George F.
Dawson, aged 69 years. Remains are at the
funeral parlors of A. D. Kenworthy & Co.,
I. O. O. F. building. Lents. Funeral notice
BAtJERLE At the family residence, 1220
Division St., July 15. Katherlne Susanna
Pauetle, aged 64 years 1 month 8 days
wife of Jacob Bauerle. Announcement of
PROUDFOOT In this city, July 14. Tassle
Norval Proudfoot. widow -' the late R.
A. Proudfoot. Funeral services will beheld
at Dunning & McEnteee's chapel today
(Thursday),. July 10. at 2 P. M. Friends
respectfully Invited to attend. Interment
will be held In the family plot. City Ceme
tery, Vancouver, Wash.
HOLLET July 13. at the residence at
Lents, Georgia Holley. aged 48 years, be
loved wife of Chas. Holley and mother of
Mrs C. A Putman. Funeral services will
be held at Dunning & McEntee's chapel
today (Thursday) at 3 o'clock. Interment
MR. EDWARD HOT. MAN, the leading fit.
serai director, 20 Third street, .corner Sal
mon. Lady assistant. A 1511. Main o67.
' DCNNTN'O M'ENTEE, funeral directors,
7th and line. Phone Main 430. Lady at-
tendant. Office of County Coroner.
fTs. DUNNING. INC.
East Side Funeral Directors. 414 East
Alder st. East 62. B 2o25.
"SKEWES UNDERTAKING COMPANY, Sd
,nd Clay. Main 4153, A 2321. Uuj attendant.
MOUNT SCOTT PARK.
Containing 835 Acres.
Portland's Only Modern
Rrlined. Pleasing Service.
Complete Perfect Equipment.
Prices and Terms Reasonable.
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
67 GRAND AVE, N
- Between Davis and Everett.
Phones East 1423. B 2515. Open Day
Reportall cases of cruelty to this office.
Lethal chamber for small animals. Horse
ambulance for sick or disabled animals
at a moment's notice. Any on de
siring' a pet may communicate wlta ua.
W ILEKE ' - -J - , ry.
sr- liii Mi
The Chrlma collection of oils and water-
colors will be sold today at J 4 A. 'i'
Baker A Co., Auctioneers.
At Baker's Auction House, 16-1M Tark
st. Furniture, etc. Sale at 10 A. M.
bv State Fupreme Court decision, there
fore the Interstate BrirlKe building: J
an assured fact, and I'ninn avenue is
the main thoroughfare, 10 feet wide, to
the Orecon approach, and is to tie
hard-surfaced from Bryant street to
Columbia boulevard. Only a few more
preliminaries are lo be looked after
and work will bcffln. We have a few
choice lots left on Union avenue and
nearby streets that will make you
Handsome proms, i an up oui
and our auto will call at your homo
and take you to the properly.
THE BKONG COMPA.W.
Pbone Main 1743. 5MS Lewis IHdK.
ON IMPROVED CITY PROPERTY.
We- loan our own funds and money I
available within 24 hours after receipt
of abstract. 5Va. and 7 per cent.
ROBERTSON & EWING
207-M Northwestern Hank llldg.
LOl'VRH PROPKHTY AH A WHOLE.
Will Consider Subdividing; Ground
S.EK OWNERS, SOS M'KAY.
First Mortgage Loans
Money 4o Any Amount In Oor Pnoee
sion for Immediate I se, er. or 1'k,
According to Security.
FIELDS A 11 ON EY. MAN.
121S-1223 Yeon Bids. Main lOOX
THE RUBLE ESTATE
Wll sell 70 lots nnd 60 acre of nn
plantrd Innd Inttide the city limits of
Waldport and one, probably two, 1BK
ncre stock, dairy, aardru or fruit
ranches at public auction at uldport,
on July -3,
HI 111. E ESTATE, Wsldoort, Oregon.
Western Bond Sc
Our Own Money at Current Rates.
FARM AAD CITV LOANS,
80 Fourth N t-. Hoard of Trade lllda".
CITY AND FARM LOANS
And Amount at Current Hates.
JOHN E. CEONAN
802 Spnldinic Bldjc.
REAL KSTATE DEAI.tHS.
BECK. William P., lo-3 1 8KI11 lit bld.
8C0 Hawthorn. av.
Jennliis A Co. Main 18S. 204 Orfgonlao.
For Kate Lola.
ARE we selling lots? 1 should say yes. hy?
iiecause our lots are located on V.ni-nu.
er, Williams, Union avenues, and Kaat
8th St., which lio nKht on line ! proK.
ress with Ihe openiiiK ot I'nlon av. snd
the completion of the interstate brlrtft;
this property wlil trehlo In value. The
prices end terms are so excee.linKly low
and easy that you will nnver Ue able to
duplicate It sirain. Remember, our auto
will call at your door and take you out
to the property. Main 1713.
THE UKONli COMl'ANV,
r,08 Lewis UIU.
1700 HALF acre tract. West Side, 5-cent
carfare, fine soil, best location around
I'ortland; don't full to see theso tracts If
you ar-A considering buying property, as
it Is always a pleasure for im to show prop,
erty: terms $1MI, balance 10 monthly.
M. E. LKE,
521 Corbott llldg.
LARGE quarter block, with some Income,
on carllne, nbout 1J tnlnutes south ot .Mor
rison St.; food business corner; now Hint
the bottom Is reached,' come and see my
bargains in city, acreage and farms.
I. O. DAV1USON,
19 Chamber of Commerce.
$350 8OX120-FT. lots, West Hide, 6c carfare;
don't overlook, the size of this ground; the
price and the location; positively the beet
buy around I'ortland; terms (10 cull, Lat.
M. E. LEK.
5'.'2 Corbett liklg.
LOT on Williams ave., olnltio, sidewalks; a
beautiful building lot, for the low price of
jnuo; 10 per cent cash and 2 per cent a
THE BRONG COMPANY.
Phone Main 174:1. ins Lewis bldg.
y.-.uIIixlOO LOT, West Hide, Tic carfaro,
fine shade trees, nice view, soil free from
rock and gravei; terms 10 cash, balance
15 monthly. ,
M. K. LEE.
PORTLAND HKIUiiTS Beautiful level
tract on Mountain boulevard, Greenway;
fine trees; suitable for one or two homes,
$200U; terms. Owner, Marshal; S37, A
8T. JOHNS 50x100 lot. within few blocks
of l business center, 750. Owner. AL so,
BEST buy In Irvlngton; fine home site; C0x
10U; price $1"; 10 per cent discount for
cash, l'bons Main K71.
,'OK SALE A beautiful corner building lot.
Hard-surface street; part down, balance 3
years. N. Irvlngton. Tlioue East til'.ltl.
PORTLAND H EIGHTS Level lot on Fern
ave.; fine trees. JlOOo; terms. Owner.
Marshall A 3s39.
BrSlNESS lot on Hiiwthorne uve., near 4 1st
st , Oeiow marKet vulue. owner, liuu Plait
For tittle Beach Property.
BAYOCEAN snap; lot i in block 44. corner
ooxluo. hard-surface In and paid; 1 block
to ocean, fine view; a real big snap;
worth tlOO; now
ZADOW it ALEXANDER.
414 Corbett bldg. A 1410, Marshall 02.
FOR SALE Nice t-roora Seaside cottage, or
will trade for good 6 or 7-pa.enger mf
cnlne. Call East 29 or C 2a90.
EIGHT beautiful lots, Bayocean Beach,
SO0. Terms. 824 Worcester bldg.
Tor bale Houses.
110 DOWN, tS monthly buys 160x200. with
new house; price aiu; 3i minutes; clesrsd,
'T'c'iiAKSTERS, 202 Wilcox Bld.
Main 3517, A 7.140. Tabor 1770.
3-ROOM couae. modern and up to date, with
every convenience, located on choice, sight
ly lot lu good residence section; -UO.
payments like rent. Call tVU Piatt bidg.,
On 4 acre. Or. Elec. R'., 15 mm, ride.
Be fare- highly cultivated, excellent view,
fine tennis court. Box 336, P. O., Portland.
PORTLAND HEIGHTS HOME. 630 Ravens
view drive, 2 yrs. old. 6 rooms, large at
tic, bathroom, porches, furnace, gas
ra:ige, nice view, ,o'n,e, tswu.
LET LS BUILD TOO A HOME.
On your lot or ours; by your own plan,
r ours; pay us like rent.
THE OREGON HOME BUILDERS.
I3S0 Northwestern Bank Bldg
HOUSES In Irvlngton for two-tlilrda their
value. Choice location, also lots. Houses
furnished and unfurnished for rent, ttast
273. W H. Herdman.
MODERN (-room house, newly painted and
tinted; 1 biock of car. K0; nlc. neighbor
hood. Call at 111 Cleveland ave.
BUT of owner; 6-room bungalow, beautiful
location, overlooking river, St. Johns.
Phone Columbia 274 or 140.
NEW 4-room bungalow for rale on easy
terms. ' v ooniawn no.
100x100 CORNER, 5-room modern bungalow,
.in nor month. Main e7&.
FOR SALE Beautiful horn, in Irvlngton, 1
block from c.rlin.. East 784.
Nfmr Hawthorne . writ of llih t ,
a t-room, 2-tty lion on c: nr lot
120 fret deep, full ceim-nt b-emnt, lttri
Qtn, la I to ;?wi.;nt; p.rch ; m tiwly -mniitfd
i-sibtiirt kiichfn. 2 rtitna cl t
Willi be . i pisstn ni.r t r nd lvl p.i
art (rlsi tixur; dininc-rot-m ti1 d
panttUU rt hiK'ti kud htM lmtil
railing lit-Mvy hi i otxl f 1 it , f irrptMC.
baokcae, linrn cio"t mikI uutii'-roui uli
buili-tn ctMiv(iiirnirt. tin huuw i lou
blo coimtruct Hi rouir' i om , pur. hfr
CHn svlrt't hmlfa of coii-r fT Itnt ibl
wai:; h 'ut til havf vet v irood window
hadft, Nfiy fin li p i t :?i nr atl
lurnaor. Cl.a-ifa -iruu 114 JUw
lit' Nit ALOW SAHUl'U 1.
8 well, brand n fr-i oni burg alow,
ll'MibJy bui.t and Iinr t, :i ji!irtl . '.
iardf, ti!. V.n ii r.)oiii. oak f 'ra, fir -pi.e,
panol u.niii:-r.to'n. huffei. bftk-
je. l'jti-,, kit. t ii, ht i.'k I'.r: a and re
metit fauil p-'T.-U . Im ilril kK n t n
nT Mini M.lauktt nr., on Kroi1
ac, cloHo In, i b:K'k to car; prie
mall .sth T.avnirtit an.i '.. por ni'iiiih.
uui..-i a holds,
SI Hoard of Tt.i.i-. a;u WS?. A 401.
ii bviutiillk uniM ou a i ili't tlmt m $
than a' l'inl citi, a 4-rtMiin nrw biinsst
luw, w ith battt aim n n t .nn-r ah
filled Weill Mtl'l lull l llMllnt , lot .'tlKl',
half block f i otii i i . n ma ae., ou.y -quire
$.o C4nh and K ' (r iriontlj. Now,
1 lna la w oi t fi nut w hllc tn ca 11 ui uw.
fur II you in e .in bucu.t uu gri a bai -gsiln.
THE lUiONa COM r ANT.
Phone Mrtin i4.. .? i,e:a Mig.
' tloiJXi i apTTt i c ' n j u
New h-rotn moitr n huu' , 4 bfdro nm,
Bleep I n k port h, in and break fatt - roin,
2 1 ir i pin i en, o k f'"'H , 1 mju M k IK h-i'.
lot .nxll; worth tt.i"i, pnw
duan a I'd $ per mont h ; two blot k
to iiaw ihorne. Whv pnv nut?
ZA1KV v ALi.AA.M'KR,
414 Corbett lf.dK. A l41o, Ma:ha!l 1,
NEW- H OU M ML N JA LOW.
. Ox 100-fot lot, j bio, ka from Hsntlf
Md. Hina l cnun j avnieni tio n, baian.
JSl." per tuontii, iiiv .iKim Interest. a. la
h!1 tinted. Liii li ka-litii. laaa lioa
City Taik car tj 7'.1 t
tl.i; At ST IN.
GRKflORT 1NVKLML.T COMPANY.
THAT VACANT UT.
WHY NOT Till N A IU K I'KN' JN"Ti
INCOMK? WK WILL H HM."U THK
MONlvi, HL'II.D Al'AH TML.'1. RL--1
l.tf.M'K Oil AWTHIN'i. PLANS KKh.K;
K A li hi RtiSCn.N.-IULK. UK K.NtW
iloW. TALK. M I U I'l H T.!r:T, tLH
U'.K Wulik. WILL Ull- I.oMjS.
U H IIAILKY Ac CO.. COVlKAl ITSa
AKCHi'l LCTS. A lilNu 1 V.N liLUa.
I'uU eiAl.i-J A b
Ulio H-'lK.'ilK l
romi, cnu f tin
i'nj :luinl, MX-roi
w ii h uiie ot the
.IlLlIlli I. lllie t'Tl Wall'''
;;iiot.l on tho Litint""
litic-u nutu iina out of
mi ItoiiK". fvil! moj""!!,
IllteM ie .f tli II-
r; nuiiif trt tin- owtift
laiiK'Tto on th
lrMv nitf orr gun tti la pro pert y la for aa:
ai h hdiTiii''' , ni.l oiiy thi priM v .
lnyuitt of L. J. Cunningham, LihUiuU. ott
t ;t ti km.
WHV p.t i t-nt whfii ou i.tn bii' tlna beau
tiful .Vroviiti bui.iiiiijiv, o.-l K. tt ti t.. in
Hstuihoiiitt ii mi i it. i. otMiooking iha r 1 1
H ti.is ha ill w uoU 1 iooi a, 1 1 rep. ace, hum -In
buff ft. iUtieicd din ii;.s- room and inmlei n
lu eur '. pru f, :iHi, iiu.il. patlie:iL
tjo a ii, h.i i iin Ilk - r ni. I. . Nuiilu).
owii'-r, t'J Cotn-li bl'lK
IF Vol.' 11.1s l' InleteMi'd in bu ins
atrjtiiy moiitrn h-rooin hounc in the ihl'--eL
part of luurelnurt, prartU ally I)"W
and oi'cupu'd t ou'r, umler.nl and lln-l.-h
tho very bet. tins wili pia-a "U "f
3 ou want aoim- h -t ni .-r home;
t-Tina. OAh' T, i NorihvuiaU'rn itauk
N"W, inuili I ii ti
hai i -i.til lace i ii
lot; hit tp ai .m
ON f-.N A I' IU..0.
ioiii Itotno ; a l,e,t I'Oim
'.,1 Imlcli kilcllen.
1 I'HI'l. ..I..I fai'tl.g.
o.iO il.iwn end (.'
p. r month.
.M" iV ALKX AMi:i,
414 Coiuett li.dK. A lllii, Mai. tC
PolTcED to sell my euulty st onct ; new six
room bungalow, Ito.e iitv I'.rk, contains
drapene.. electric lixlutes. elc., garden
fiuweis, fine lawn, bu.il-ln ronii.enee,
Cetlielil banemetit, fill I i $ I jO e.I tilSU
acluui cit, let ins. owner. Ml &. 4th St.
N. labor 47u.
lCUSi; C11Y IAI.lv .-.VAI'.
7-l:o'M iir.i!Al.'w. I'M' k :'.i'..-.'i.
tjull iM'tlN. 1.A.-V It.llil.-.
Just coinp.i led, a. I ne.t feature.;
every COIiVeiiieiu , .well t.cvei tiliriet, nill
rors, oak floois, llleiiiace, etc. Owner, 1-
6 KNTlNE Fo I i ' l-T 8 ALE. lUHIiontll.
In lesutltul Alaui.-d lark, beautiful,
naw 7-room I'a.iforiua Ioiiikm.ow .tie.
turn Interior: Ttl.l'l be .ili r.lii ol riub'kly lor
..,;.,o, l.'iO cain. liecker,
B LA t Tl l-v'l. ."loom bungao.w, , ,'.x 1 Oil-foot
lot, on Koyal luin t, I . ui ei tl urst. H bio, k
flotn car. sold lot ..oo, uu be bad Ior
tIAl'KKIi A TIIEItK Kl.HKN CO.
M. 7.ilJ, A ii.ir.1. i,' tl t-paoiing bldg
KoltS.Vl.K A liaiitllill honie u Pomelos,
VVaKii.; woiin Jm.o, 1' or lola: S room..
Including t ut la. pantiv ami atorerooin.
illy wnter. .lectnc lights, with or Willi
out furniture. Wiite lor terms. J. J.
Ifultii-ir, I'oineroy. Waahj
E7GliTKKN DOLLARS A MONTH,
for a nood Vruuiii Iioujo-, ilo.e to carllne.
with a big lot. 0o-.o, room for chickens
and gaiden; this price InciU'l. lulerest.
I'all me up evellltlK.Ellllt-t;
SVV'KI.L two-famllv mdern f'at, fr and
rooms; rental value uu. a nisn at ...oO.
flii.Mi down and ..o p'-r liiontli. on L.
umhlll at., walking diatsnce. eee owner,
171 E. 2;ld, near lie iinon l.2 noiiea.lf'l4 V
IRVING l"t S blingrtlow. A roonis, .leeplng
poicli and den, Ilreplace In den and rtin-'ng-looiii.
I .o ner lot . All improvements
In. JJ.'.OO. I')ioiio owner. Last 4H0 or C
HFTKl'N Iiol.l.AKS A MONTH.
Small house of 4 r ns In nice neigh
borhood; ueei Improvement, paid; I""'
place lor a young totiple to .lait. tall
me evenings, Lan '-'li;o. .
HI..-T HAItilAIN IN CI I V.
Forced to s.icnti.e my modern S-room
bungalow at M Mu:tnomal si.. In order
to gel "i ca.h. Lot Oo.liKi or i0sJ4O;
lots tl! allude liees C 1 -
fTi'ii SAl.iT--''i enutty In new, muil.ru,
holne, Uav.iiy ll'itlile, s loom, .ml
k from i.irlln
IHVl.NGT'i.N Nice S-room house, full lot,
4 HI r, loth St.. l''OU. Owner, 1"i btm k
Kkrhange bldg., ill and laiultiil, Maui
aTlKjOM house In a good residence section j
teveial choice fruit tiees. i orn-r lot. wnl
aa.nllce at ii'U. easy puyiiie.ua. Call at
i'iult bldg. lor partb uliirs. .
BUY f7iT7u own. r new, modern r.-ionui ll.itu
City inniKiiiow; lot MlxUO. J.twu. trims.
-.-l IojW.N, l.ew ft-room modern bun
v. i',":! Liberty. Wood -awn 'JO'IX
Ior l-ali- - liiline Property.
Bll'K SIOO COw.MIWIO.N".
Owner will sell inpxHH lout corner st
Grays Crossing, bet. w'.-odmcre and Lent.;
2 store building", one win. .........
In rear' large chlrkeu-house and stable.
1 ;;,o(i one-hilf down, bsiance easy pay
,.r :il."n eah. or will divide prop
erly; a resjhargaln.AEo. oregonian.
STOKKSHnd apartrnents. prominent .trea;.
We: Kl.l.. c.oee 111. la.ojo. Owner, i.'
nlltlnn II e Properly.
tilllSO.- HALF AcllL.-i.
tioocl soil, ''ity water, closu lo cnrlltoi.
eui) term.. Will build to ault putel ssei.
Phone Mars!inll I'.1-"' or hellaood 4,u
JOHN H. GIHI-i'lN. QV N Kit.
lor .sale A enrage.
ACRE AO B.
1, 2. C and to-acre tracts, JO min
ute, out on
NEW, BIG. RED PTEEL BLEC
13-cent commuters' fare; ery best
of sill, water and community con
venience.; 125 to 100 per acre, on
THE SHAW-FEAR COUTANT.
102 Fourth XL
Main Ja. A JiOd.
TEN acres at New berg, 1 miles from sta
tion, all In 5-year-old apple, and prunes,
niodern -room house, cost il.VKI, nee
bum, $.i00; modern chicken-house, $w;
rrops and stock go with Hie piece; close to
cTnirch and a'liool, on auto road; worth
I viuo. nuw t'l .oo. $20 down. . ba an
long time. Look this up.
414 Corbett Bldg. A 141. Matasll K
EI.ECT1'. IO LINE, eight blocks of .taltoa;
clilcken and fruit isnches, pasr I'ortland'
new subdivision, nesr ilre.ham; . a.. res,
$aoo "oo 7"0: II seres, .'.o0, I'lh.; 1
acre. 7.'-o. liut). gliKK) per trat: test
soil free wood, spring water; acreax. at
Bcappqose, Or. -j to I l"o per acre.
FRANK M FAKLAND REALTY tte ,
;i".l Teon llldg.. fort, si I. Or.
WHV FAY RENT
When you can 'buy au a- re of g-ean4
Inside the city limits for tir.'.o; l? dowo
and $10 per moritti. lnqulte of ' hltmer-
Kelly Co.. 711 Plttock bio k. .
c-Kojl to 2' ai-res. lienr to cai'lnes.
beautiful View of Mt. Homl, t.-il) per
sere H. G- Starkweather. Tllslev Ststl,.,
Oregon Cliy car. Phone oak lirov. R ack
Wj scree for sale cheap In North Plains;
all clesr and one house en tl. Inquire
real estate men, North pintns, or wrlia
s Box b, B. F. D. Ko. . bli.sboro. Or.