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TIIE MORNING OREGOXIAN, 3IOXDAT, OCTOBER 1, 1917.
This directory is for the Information of the public, to give as far as pos
sible the different lln;s of business which the average person may find occa
sion to use. Any information winch, cannot be found here will be gladly' f ur
uished by phoning Alain ToTll or A 60t5. jioune 40.
K. STL'FHAN, hemstitching, scalloping, ac
cordioa side pleat, buttons covered; mail
orders. L'-'.-i Pittock Block. Broadway 10ii!l.
A.WWEKS ANB ANALYSTS.
MONTANA ASSAY OFFICE. 142 Second
iold. silver and platinum bought.
ACiATK CITTKK AM) )IKi. JKBELEK.
AtiATKS cut and polished; jewelry and
watch repairing. Miller's. :i43Vfr Wa.h. st.
ATTOKNE i'-AT-LAW, 1S Pittock block. No
charge for consultations.
M. JONES, 31. D. CANCEK TKEATED.
31 a Morgan bids. Marshall 6143. '
I'LUFF RUGS FROM OLD CARPETS
Carpet cleaning, refitting, etc. Northwest
Hug Co., lbs K. Mth at. Both phones.
CILU 1.1)11) BITfONS.
THE IRWIN-HUDSON COMPANY,
8ST Washington. Bdwy. 434, A ll'o4.
Viliiam. Estelie and William, Jr.. Ieveney.
the only scientific chiropodists In the. city.
Parlors. 3u Oerllnger bids., southwest
corner 2d and Alder. Phone Main 1301.
BJCK PEOPLE. Dr. McMahon, Macleay bids,
specialists 100 per cent chiropractic, 31
adjustments. $15; seven. ?5. Making good.
CRANE LETTER CO.. 610 N. W. bids. Mar.
f8a2. 100 letters imiltigraphed. yi.50.
KETH & CO., Worcester bldg. Main 178.
No collections, no charge: established 1100.
2dr. and Mrs. Heath's School. Fancy, stape
and social dancing taught. Class fue., Fri.
eve. Learn the latest dances: Ramble, Jazz.
Toddle. 38tl;A, Wash. st. Lessons day or
eve. Main .'iJ0.".
DANCING taught In t private lessons, in
cluding ballroom practice; $5. Arbor
Oardeu. daily, 10 A. M. to b:30 P. 31.
Marshall SI 3.
DANCING taught in 6 private lessons, in
cluding ballroom practice. $.". Arbor
harden, daily, 10 A. M. to b:30 P. Al
Marshall HI 3.
MANCHESTER Dancing Academy. R5 5th;
bet. Stark and Oak; 4 private lessons. S2;
A. M.. P. M., eve; latest dances guaranteed;
class l n urs.. frat. eve. 7-8:30. Bdwy. 21JO.
ACTO AND BUGGY TOPS.
IiUBKUlLLE BUGGY TOP CO.. 9th and Oak.
BAGGAGE CHECKED AT HOME.
Baggage & Omnibus Transfer, Park & Davis.
LntVsTI Pfl Underwear. Notions.
I UiilNLLorltL UUi 111 Sherlock Bldg.
Comforters, blankets, flannel shirts, woolens.
Silks, - cotton goods. At once delivery.
M. TI. ITOUSEK. Board of Trade Blflg.
WAPHAM3 & CO.. 65-73 Front at.
MATS AND CAPS.
THAKHOTJSER HAT CO.. Q3-55 Front st.
SIDES, WOOL, CASCAKA BAKK.
KAHN BROS., 101 Front St.
PAINTS AND LIIIKICATING OILS.
W. P. FULLF.R & CO.. 12th and Davis m'.
PAINTS, OILS -AND GLASS.
RASMTJSSKN & CO- 2d and Taylor.
PIPE, PIPE FITTINGS AND VALVES.
M. L. KLINE. 84-86 Front St.
AUCTION SALES TODAY.
At Wilson's Auction House, at 10 A. M.
Furniture. lliH-171 Second st.
Kord Auction House. 191 2d st. Furniture,
carpets, etc. Sale at - P. M.
WILLAMETTE LODGE, NO.
2, A. F. AND A. M. Stated
communication will be held to
night (Monday), Oct. 1, at 7:30
P. M. at Masonic Tern nln Rhnrt
business session to be followed by an ad
dress on "The Covenants of Masonry" hv
Worshipful Brother George Estes. Do not
miss this. Work every Monday evening dur
ing October. Watch meeting notices. Visit
ing brethren always -welcome.
W. S. WEEKS. Secretary.
CAMELIA CHAPTER. NO. 27,
O. E. S. Stated communication
this (Monday) evening. Degrees.
All O. E. S. welcome. By order
of W. M.
J1AR1ETTE ROBINSON. Sec.
HARMONY LODGE. NO. 12.
A. 1". AND A. M. Special com
munication this (Monday) eve.
at 7:30 o'clock. Work In the F.
C. degree. Visitors welcome.
W- M. DE LIN. Sec.
EMBLEM Jewelry, buttons, charms, pins.
few ueaigns. Jaeger Bros.. 131-3 Sixth st.
FRIEDLANDER'S for lodge emblems,
class pins and medals. 310 Washington il
TtEIT.LY Tn this city. September 2!. Ber
nard F. Reilly. aged 64 years, beloved hus
band of Hattle L. Reilly. Notice of funeral
later. Remains are at the residential
parlors of Miller & Tracey, Washington at
IS II AM In this city, Sept. 2!Kh, Margaret
Isham. aged 2 years. The remains are
at the residence establishment of J. p.
Unley & Son. Montgomery at 5th. No
tice of funeral hereafter.
HAYS In this city. Sept. 30. w. H. Hays,
aged 44 years, late of Neverstll, Or. The
remains are at the residence establishment
of J. P. Flnley & Son, Montgomery at 5th.
CONNOLLY September-at residence. 474
Union avenue North, James J. Connolly,
aged 00 years. Husband of Catherme Con
nolly and father of Mrs. Delia A. Harland,
Mrs. Mary A. Manning. Patrick J. and
.lames W. Connolly. j-'uneral will take
place from late residence today (Monday)
October 1. at 8:30 A. M.. thence to St.
Mary's Church, Williams avenue and
Stanton street, at i) A. M., where mass
will be offered. Friends Invited. Remains
win be shipped by Dunning Ac McEntee to
The Dalles, or.
BTEEL At the family residence, 242 East
20th street, September 28, Eva Pope Steel,
Oregon pioneer of 1851, aged 60 years 4
months 27 days, beloved wife of George A.
tteel. Friends invited to attend funeral
services, which will be held at Holman's
funeral parlors. Third and Salmon streets,
at 2:30 P. M. today (Mondavi, October 1.
interment Kiverviewr Cemetery.
ISHAM The funeral services of the late
-Margaret Isham will be held today (Mon
day) at 2:30 P. M. at the residence es
tablishment of J. P. Flnley & Son. Mont
gomery at oith. Friends invited.- Inter
ment Multnomah Cemetery.
Fl'XERAL SERVICE FOR LESS
MILLER & TRACEY
Independent Funeral Directors.
Wash, at Ella St.. Bet. 2t)th and 21st.
Main 261)1, A 7885. West Side.
East 54. Lady Assistant. C 3165.
WILSON c BROS.,
Funeral Directors, Inc.
Multnomah at Seventh Street.
J. P. FIN LEY & SON,
Progressive Funeral Directors.
Private Drive Women" Attendants.
MONTGOMERY AT FIFTH.
Main 0. A ir.09.
ERICSON Residence Undertaking Parlors,
IJth and Morrison sts. Main 6133. A 2235.
MR. AND MRS. H. W. H A MI LTON Fu
neral serevlce. liii" E. Gllsan. Tabor 4313.
DUNNING & JIcENTEE, funeral direct
ors. Broadway and Pine street. Phone
Broadway 43Q. A 4558. Lady attendant.
F. S. DUNNING. INC.
THE GOLDEN RULE UNDERTAKERS.
414 East Alder street. East 52. B 252.
1'. L. LERCH, East 11th and clay streets.
Lady attendant. East 781. H 138S.
5H2 Williams Ave.
Ksst 1088, C 1088.
BREEZE & SNOOK Belyxtr''iV58.th-
f-KEWES UNDERTAKING COMPANY. 3d
and Clajf. Ma. 4152. A 2321. Lady attendant.
STANDARD GALVANIZING CO., located at
l:o Grand ave.. does all kinds galvanizing,
electric and hot dip: ship work solicited.
Phone East fill:;. B 1813.
K.MIL, THIELHORN, violin teacher, pupil
Sevclk, 207 FMedner bldg. Bdwy. 162i.
SCHOOL OF Ml.'SlO Staff of teachers. O.
C. M., Wafhington St.. Portland. Or.
PIANO LESSONS. 2l',! 14th. Terms j per
month. Ph. Main Modern methods.
PROF. E. KOLKEXBECK, piano, violin all
string insts. Violins f5 up. 409 Yamhill.
OPTOMETRISTS and opticians.
WHY PAY MORE?
A SAVING from So to 50 Pet.
Properly fitted glasses as low
as $1.50; 4000 satisfied custom
ers: satisfaction guaranteed. Chas. W. Good
man, optometrist. 200 Mori ison. Main 2124.
R. G. WRIGHT 22 years' experience. U. S.
and foreign patents. 001 Dekum bldg.
DR. R. A. PHILLIPS. DOS Broadway bids.
Chronic diseases a specialty.
KEYSTONE PIU2SS J. E. Gantenbein, Mgr.
Printing and linotyping. 100 H Front St.,
corner Stark. Main or A 1418.
THE IVY PRESS.
3S2 Stark st. Broadway 408. A40S8.
REAL ESTATE DEALERS.
CARL R. JONES. 404 Wilcox bidg.
NORTHWEST RL'G CO., established 1903.
Fluff rugs and rag rugs woven, all sizes.
East 8th and Taylor. East 3580. B. 1280,
STORAGE AND TKAXSFEK.
ALWAYS PICK THE BEST Household
goods specialists: storage, packing, ship
ping and moving; horse and auto vans;
special freight rates to all points.
C. O. PICK TRANSFER & STORAGE CO..
2d and Pine sts. Broadway '). A lDlld.
OREGON TRANSFER CO.. 474 Gllsan St..
corner 13th Telephone Broadway 1281 or
A 1109. We own and operate two large
class "A" warehouses on terminal tracks;
lowest insurance rates in the city.
MADISON ST. DOCK. AND WAREHOUSE.
Office ISO Madison. General merchandise
and forwarding agents. Phone Main 7ti!l.
PACKING. MOVING. STORAGE.
SECURITY STORAGE & TRANSFER CO.
10.'. Park st. Main rl'.l.". A 1001
GREEN AND DRY SLABWOOD. blockwood.
Panama Fuel Co., .East 1 -. ti
PLUMBING AND STEAMFITTING.
M. L. KLINE, 84-86 Front at.
DDIMTU'P F. W. iiALTES ft COMPANY,
rniminU lit aod Oak its. Main 165. A 1165.
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
EYKltDIN'O & KARKELL. 140 Front street.
RAG Rl'GS AND FLUFF RUGS.
FLUFF RUGS FROM OLD CARPETS
Ingrains, Brussels, Smyrna, Axminster, rag
rugs, ail sizes; mail orders prompt: booklet.
CARPET CLEANING, REFITTING, ETC.
BiVi rugs cleaned and steamed $1.00
8x10 rugs cleaned and Meunird 5i
WESTERN FLtFF KCG CO.,
D4-56 Union Ave. N. East elUl. B 1473.
Rope and binding twine.
Portland Cordage Co.. 14th and Northrup.
SASH, DOORS AND GLASS.
W. P. t'L'LLKH & CO.. Uth and Davis sts,
No hoops, no nails, anti-freese garages,
camp and suburban houses. Stay Round
fillo Co.. 702 Rothchild bldg.
MOIICAV WALL PAFEK CO.. 230 2d St.
Edward Holman, Pres. W. J. Holman. Sec.
J. E. Werleln. Treas.
THE EDWARD HOLMAN
THIRD ST.. CORNER (iK SALMON.
A MODERN SPACIOUS FAMILY
ROOM WITH PRIVATE ENTRANCE
Phones: Main 507, A 1511.
is sunshine on the hills of life.
Say farewell to clouds of worry
and select now a final resting
place for yourself and family.
MOUNT SCOTT PARK
Malm 7340 Slorgas lildsr. A 3034
RIVER VIEW ABBEY
Taylor's Ferry Road. End IMrervIew
The only civilized method of burial.
Snow-white, always dry, sanltarv tombs;
permanent title and endowment. J'-Su up.
tioG Pittock .Block. Phone .Broadway 35L
MARTIN & FORBES CO.. Florists. 854
Washington. Main 260. A 12C9. Flowers
for all occasions artistically arranged.
CLARKE BROto., Florists, 287 Morrison st
Main or A 1S05. Fine flowers and floral
designs. No branch stores.
TONSETH FLORAl, CO., 285 Washington
St.. bet. 4th and 5th. Main 5102. A 1 1 Bl.
MAX M. SMITH. Main 7213. A 2121. Selling
bldg.. 6th and Alder sts.
PORTLAND MARBLE WORKS. x-2a 4t
St.. opposite City Hall. Main 8S04. PhlllJs
Nn st Sou for memorials.
IcfBLAEISINC GRANITE! CO.l
I U THIRO ,-!- r-l-OISQIM 5TPET
on improved city property at 6 and 7
per cent. Farm and suburban loans at
current rates. Liberal payment priv
ileges allowed. No delays.
LAIK.FJ LOAN M'l;('IAL RATES
A. H. BIRRELL CO.
-1 7-211) .V ort hneNtrrn Hunk HuIIdlasr.
Marshall 4114. A 41 IS.
For Five Years
Repayment Privilege of $100 or More
5 to 0 c'o on lluslnmi, 0 to 7 on
PACIFIC 1ITLE Ai miST CO..
2H4-B-K stark Street. Marshall 12
5 Of OX BUSINESS PROPERTY,
QCq ON RESIDENCE PROPERTY.
ROBERTSON A EWIG,
2t7 - H Northwestern Hunk lildsr.
Insurance, Surety Bonds
801 WILCOX BLDG. Main 702. A 370
I'or Sale Lots.
OKEEN H I L.L.S building sites, magnificent
view. John 13 am (owner), 507 Spalding
WILL sacrifice two beautiful lots Ala
meda; a real snap. Robinson, 824 Morgan
bldg. Main gOHB.
$ 7 (io LAI RELH UKST. L. 10. B. 28. Mult
nomah street, faring IS. 140 Xt. W. Ql Im
perial. ALaiii lutia.
For Sal e lvotn.
THAT VACANT LOT 1 urn a burden Into
income. We design and build anything,
furnish the money if desired; eight years
in Portland. L. R. Bailey Co.. contracting
architects. Northwestern Bank bldg.
For sale Hoiiaes.
TWO HOMES for quick sale Kami'.iHg leav
ing Portland at once. Will sacrifice to
ready purchaser. Will sell on terms, but
cannot consider trade. One is bungalow.
5 rooms and den. thoroughly modern and
attractive, corner lot with garage. Other
beautiful view home on Heights. 10 rooms,
two view porches, fixtures, finish. ap
pointments and construction the very best.
These two propositions are gonuine. The
beet I have had to offer in months Act
quickly if interested. K. A. CLARK,, 40tf
Con co id bid?.
ROSE CITY PARK
S 40 i J W X . $4 0 M ON T IT
No mortgage, straight terms, no interest
for months. 4 bedrooms. tunroom, big
cerm-nt basement, new furnace. '2 toilets,
uOxllu-ft. lot. 1 blocks from Sandy Blvd.
J. L. HART MAN COMPANY, No. 7 Cham
ber of Com. Bldg., 4th and Stark. Main
28. A 2".",0.
" FOR SALE.
A SNAP Attractive little home in good
neighborhood, two lots, live -room house.
Present owner .successfully raises all kinds
of vegetables. Five kinds of fruit trees,
all In good bearing; also plenty of small
fruit. House wired, throughout. Con
venient to streetcar. Phone Tabor li4G4
or Broadway 37iil!.
A MODERN home of looms and bath. 2
blocks from Peninsula P.rk, porches, sun
parlor, fireplace, hardwood floors, full
basement, furnace and -Utundry trays. Large
attic. It was $o00, now :i0U. terms.
Umbdenstock. & Larson, 267 Oak. at.
Be for buying eisewhei obtain our list
of exquisite homes for s.ie on easy terms
in Laurelhurst, the show place of Port
land. LAUKELHimST CO., 270& Btark st.
Main 1700, A 1515.
A FOUR-ROOM house, not quite finished.
GOxlOO lot. good neighborhood. You will
make a nice home and save money by
finishing it. only $570, with easy terms.
Vnibdeiiatock dc Larson, 207 i Oak st.
$b.0o FOR a fine lo-room residence on 25th
in the Nob Hill district ; everything mod
ern ; lot, 40x100. Consider this an excep
tionally good buy; investigate. Blanchard
& Clemson. 702 -.'i Selling bldg.
GUUU S-room house, near O. A. C, Cor
vallis. Oregon ; electric lights, bath, on
corner lot; will sell or trade for Portland
income. Robert S. Coe. Jr., 3s4V Haw
thorne ave. Phone Fast 4720.
MUST acrii ioe my moo t-rn 4 -room bun
galow 2 bedrooms), 50xlOO lot. cement
biiHt-ment. fireplace. X)ut-h kitchen. In a
good neigh bo.hood und near cariine,
JfililOO; terms. Owner, Broadway 1058.
Bt'XOALOW of five rooms, built-in con
veniences, paved street, garage ; bargain
at $0MO; terms if desired. See owner and
property at 337 K. 47th St., near Haw
A BEAUTIFUL home In Rose City Park
at an absolute sacrifice, deal direct with
owner, will be in city until Oct. 5th.
Wood lawn 3806.
$1300, TERMS, new 0-room house, double
floor, basement, gas. city water, chicken
park and garage. loOxlOo. on corner, fine
soil, no gravel. Tabor 1113.
FINE bungalow. G rooms, turnace, all mod
ern. $a;00; terms. 1J52 Haw t home ave.
Phone T abor 0234.
BEAUTIFUL modern 6-room house, Clinton-Kelly
district; furnace and hardwood
floors. S3200, terms. 506 Broadway bldg.
FOR SALE Uy owner, beautiful home, com
manding view, near two carlines. low price,
easy terms. Address K 020, Oregonian.
A NEW 7-room house and lot - on Fast
20 th st. N. 'lose to A lameria 1'ark, for
flL'OO cash. W 543. Oregoniun.
X-'or Sale Buhiuntt Property.
BUSINESS and income properties; cost $40,
000; monthly Income $20"; must sell; price
$31.50. Phone Sellwood 140. Term. Owner.
Suburban Home Property.
FINEST ACRE TRACT IN MULTNOMAH
COUNTY Just outflde city 1'inits on
Sandy blvd. Cement sidewalks and paved
st reet, no assessments, also on streetcar
line ry easy terms. J. L. HAKTMAN
COMPA NY, ground floor Chamber of
Commerce Bldg., 4th and Stark St..
OVa ACRES, new bungaiow, berries. near
electric depot, scnool. etc.. Do minutes
to Portland. We- will show you. Main
3072. McFarland, 505 Yeon bldg.
For Sale Acreage,
SO ACRES frr sale. w in cultivation, IO
acres of fine t im her. run n in water and
well wafr, 4 acres in orchard, uo largtt
barns, 0-room house and out build in us.
Price to, which part 1 y pays for im
provements. Situated at Hiphiund. Clack
amas County. uri-j,ron. For terms write to
F.Rtacada. Or.. Route 3. Box 39.
$20 TO $30 PER ACRE.
Logged -off lnd, rick soil, easy cleared,
cieek water, close to school, and employ
ment near by ; only 2 miles to eta. and
boat landing, 4 miles from Portland ; any
size tracts and terms to suit.
AKEKSoX. 0U3 Stock Ex. Bldg.
Third and Yamhill.
$1000 CASH, baLince in 4 yearly payments
of ' $250, will buy improved 10 acres at
Kerne wick. Wai. irows 4 cropd of a I
falfa per year; excellent soil lor iaclies,
Ftraw berries and apples. Phono Wood lawn
1 ACR E. 5-room house, must sell at once,
located 4 miles ea t of Port land, near
the Base Line road. This is just the
place to pave money, fruit. berrieH. f low
ers, etc.. $1025, easy terms. 1'mbdenstock
Larson. 2H7 Oak st. Main 1743.
-ACRE AM) ACRE TRACTS,
at bi gain prices and ttxay payments. AL
ROOM 407. STOCK EXCHANGE BLDG.
TEN acres, Beaverton, cheap, cash, terms;
trade, fjuick. Crockett, 24S 13th st. Mar
RELINQUISHMENT. a dandy 100. all
fenced, house, school tan teach O months
year, can cut 25 tons hay, on state road,
$50O. 405 Merchants Trust bids. Fon,
IF you vant a homestead thct la right,
where you can make nood, call and learn
more. 203 13th st.. W est Side.
FOR SALE 20-acre farm, on Pacific High
way, 35 miles south of Portland ; good
soil for fruit, berries, truck or grain; all
in cultivation and fitted up as an Ideal
poultry farm ; would consider a cheap
place of 4 or 5 acres near Portland as
part payment. Price $4-".o0. A. T. Starr.
It. R. No. 3, Cerva-is. Or.
SNOHOMISH CO., "WASH.
BIG LAND OPENING OOOO acres A-l
farm land, in Snohomish County. $25 per
acre; 10 yearly payments: canneries, fac
tories, mills, plenty of labor; opportunity
of your life. Send for literature. Browne'.l
Land Co., 904 Third ave., Seattle, Wmah.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
240 acres wheat and alfalfa land, paid
up water right, all valley land, no waate,
half mile to railroad Hhlpplng, near larg
est town In Eastern Oregon ; can produce
4000 bURhels -wheat coming season; 590 per
acre, easy terms. 1 am the owner. T
' FARMS FOR SALE.
$20,000 103 acres well Improved, good
house, barns and silos; tstock and machin
ery if desired; 15 miles from Portland, on
good road, near school and store. Want
home in Portland ; some cash, bal. long
V. S. HOWL AND. 287 E. Morrison st.
GOOi FARM LAND.
Rich soil, rapidly developing com
munity, cheap transportation, good mar
kets. Cut-over land, creeks and springs.
Dairying, truck tarming. brock raising.
Land Dept., St. Helens Lumber Co.
Main H313. 517 Ch. of Com.. Portland.
$2000 CASH, bal. terms, buys dandy 2"H
acre farm, paved auto road, good modern
house, barn, orchard, water system, extra
garden soil, till Implements; 5 miles city
limits. 1 crop to qutck buyer. Main 3072.
McFarland. 5U5 Yeon bldg.
500O ACRES in Southwestern Washington for
sale, to settlers only, upon eaay terms and
low prices. $5 per acre and up. Write for
map snowing location, terms, etc.
WEYERHAEUSER TIMBER COMPANY.
Tacome Bldg., Tacoma. Wash.
FINE farm for sale or rentj 170 acres, all In
cultivation except 05 a ere-pus tu re ; new
buildings; will sell sed-feed and equip
ment. Address I. A. Morris, Looking
2u AND 40-acre tracts, partly improved, $40
to $00 per acre, ca n be boueht on very
easy terms. See Draper, 401 Board of
FOR SALE. JCXCHANOE 120-acre alfalfa
farm, good town, market, achools, church
en, road.4 and climate; some city property.
1 375 Front St.
cTTlCKEN. FRUIT, GARDEN RANCHES
Near Portland, $75 to $200( per acre, easy
terms; best soil; farms for eale, all sizes.
McFa rland. 5Q5 Yeon bldg.. Portland.
5 -ACRE farm, level, cleared, fenced, good
house, near Willamina. $25 down, $10
month. J. R. Sharp, 834 3d t.
LOGGED-OFF lands. $! acre up; running
water, good soil, tillable; employment;
easy terms. Jesse R. Sharp. S3 3d st.
SNAP Chicken, fruit, vegetable ranch, close
Portland. Address O Bosserman, North
OWNER must sell modern Willamette Val
ley farm at a sacrifice. AM 122, Orego
nian. $3000 FINE FARM, 12 acres, house, barn,
orchard, H mile elec. ; auto road. Main
otitX Ale Far land 6u5 Yeoa bid.
FOR SALE: 20-acre ranch of 7 to 1 0-vear-old
trees, in Hood River Valley, on West
Side. 3 miles from the city of Hood
River; soli of the best, plenty of irriga
tion water, splendid buildings. This ranch
has had excellent care ana should pro
duce 5000 boxes next year, price reason
able, with terms. Address Hood River
Abstract & Investment Co., Hood River.
SALE OR EXCHANGE.
Yam hill County. 1 000 acreH. $ 1 7. 50 ner
acre; hOO tillable land, 100 timber, balance
open bench and creek bottoms, convenient
to railroad, town, good roads, school, et
tled community and fine outrange; eawy
terms- 1 am the owner. AN 111, Orego
nlan. IV ANTE U REA L ESTATE.
IF YOU have farm or city property for nale
or trade, call or write me. I have a num
ber of customers ready to do bualnes.
Leon Smith. O10 McKay bldg. Main 022U.
WANT to buy five-room modern bungalow
in Rose City Park. Laurelhurst or Irving
ton. Call Tabor 4470 week days.
WANTED Modern 5-room bungalow, close
in; must be modern and up to date. Own
ers only; no agents. K 8. Oregonian.
WANT $3000 residence, immediately ; give
improved acreage. Owner, Chauncey Bar
ney, Oregon City.
CASH for good equities tn bungalow or small
houses. Addreas N 510, Oregonian.
IRVINGTON H OMESTe n a n ts waiting,
fcome are buyers. II. T. Street, Irv. Agent.
FOR SALE TIMBER LANDS.
5,000,000 FEET of good pine timber for sale
on lumber payments, close to a splendid
retail trade; no competition, five mile to
R. R. ; other timber can come in to this
mill site. Box 02, Nez Perce, Idaho.
ISU ACRES timber, Slletz. near agency, Lln
coin Co., Oregon ; $2000 cash w ill handle,
bal. timber or trade or all trade for val
ley land. Consult A. W. Morgan, room 410
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
C. J. M'CHA KEN. 304 M' KAY BLDG.
BOUGHT AND SOLD Timber, lumber, saw
mills and logging chances. Fred W.
Knapp, 315 Stock Exchange bid 9.
TO EXCHANGE REAL ESTATE.
FARMING ON A LARGE SCALE IN CAN
ADA MAKING MEN IMMENSELY
WEALTHY Several Oregonians are buy
ing large tract wheat land on easy terms
for immediate improvement and produc
tion of crops. Enterprise will be co-operative
farming under joint expert Amer
ica n labor and management. Each to
hold Individual title to land. No stock
selling. Simply a joint, productive enter
prise. Does 50 bushels to acre Interest
you at wartime prices from $15 per acre
land? Small sum controls 100 acres. Write
today for particulars. O. 11. SkOTHElll,
40 ACRES, all in cultivation, first-class soil,
3 miles from Estacada, value $tit00, tor
sale or exchange for 5 to IO acres with
modern hou.se, on good auto road, of about
same value. Address L.. box 185, Lla
FOR SALE or exchange, modern residence
in Spokane. 100 acres wheat land, 12 miles
west of Spokane and 040 acres wheat land
near Da enport. Wash., AK 5o5, Orego
nian. $700 EQUITY in finely improved property,
224 N. ISth, next Lovejoy. to trade for
clear city. Phone East 3SOO.
2 LOTS, 5-room house in Greiham, Or., for
S. O.. So. Dakota property. AV 75S, Ore
gonian. TO EXCHANGE MISCELLANEOUS.
WILL trade my 0-cylinder, 7-passenger. late
model, high-class automobile. In excellent
condition, for first-class donkey engine;
must be 11x13 or 10x12 size. AF 487, Ore
gonian. FOR SALE.
Hordes. Vehicle, Harness, Etc.
DEAD HORSES and anlmais hauied away
free; $0 paid for cows, crippled and
played-outs. Portland Rendering Co. Call
D It A FT TEAM und wagon for sale. Will
sell singly or complete. J. G. Mack & Co..
OS-70 5ih st.. near Oak.
DEAL) stock and old horses bought- Call us
lor service and best cash results. Milwau
DEAD stock taken quickly. We pay the
most for dead and crippled stock. Tabor
bELlVEHV WAGONS for sale cheap. 88 E.
7th st. North.
HO RSES. mules and wa gous for saie, all
glges. l'0 E. 0th st. N.
T E4M of cliea p horseK ; good workers ; trial
avowed, lid E . Vamliil 1 st.
Pi an oh. Organs und Musical Inst rumen t.
SEf U " R1TY STOR AGE CO. C LOS I NG Oil 'F.
$;'.."o Koehler fc Campbell piano, cash $135
$;iki Bennett upripjht grand cash lmt
$475 Kroeger upright grand ...... cash 145
$::50 old model upright cash S5
$275 old model upright 45
$250 old model square 25
Pianos stored lor 50 cents a month.
li 4th St.. at Washington
TRADE. BUY AND SELL.
U(ed records, phonographs, pianos, or
gans, brass and tiring instruments. Main
4-.05. 128 First st.
DECKER & SON, good tone. $:S; $00 talk
ing machine outfit, oak. $15. liaroid S.
Gilbert. 3S4 Yamhill st.
PIANO, must sell, going away; 110 reason
able offer refused; private. B 800. Oie
gonlan. RENT A PI A NO Most reasonable terms in
Portland; no squares or thump boxes.
HAKOLD S. GILBERT. 3S4 Yamhill St
Y oUNG married couple will take good care
of piano for- use of same: best of ref
ere n ccs; no chiloTn. AO 4 0 ! . Ore g o n lan.
PIANO in dark oak case, a beauty at a bar
gain. Room 20S Washington bldg.
1 PA Y CASH for used pianos. Harold S.
Gilbert. 34 Yamhill st.
FOR SALE OR RENT Upright Piano.
Furniture for Sale.
FoR SA LE Siugle or In lots, 200 single
beds, springs, mattresses and chairs; also
over HO0 feet chicken wire. 44 N. 1st st.
FOR KALE Used office furniture of alt
kinds. Kllham's, 51 h ar.d oak sts.
1'ogM, Bird and I'et Stock.
COLLI E puppy, registered, pedigreed, splen
did cattle strain, motber perfect heeler,
very g-ntle with children, good bargain.
Sell. 203i. F. F. Dailey, 102S E. 30. h st. S.
PULLETS R. 1. Red. Barred Rock. Silver
Wyandotte. East 1M5. 7S7 Oregon St.
FOR SALE My herd of 15 milch cows,
first-class milkers, mostly Durham, some
lately fresh, the rest coming fresh soon ;
i mile southeast of Cottrell station on
Bull Run line. Carl Baggenstos, R. 2,
TWO HolHtein co.vs and 2 Hols el n heifer
cal ves tor sale cheap. Tabor 1533.
Lsmnehe and Boats.
10x30 engines, with stern wheel and shaft,
rudders. pumps. complete ; first-class
shape; sell cheap or trade. AO 403, Ore
WE can save from AO to 75 per cent on all
ma kes of typewriters ; send for our Illus
trated foHer. Retail department V HOLE
SALE TYPEWRITER CO., 321 Wash, st.
NEW Remington rental plan, rent applies to
purchase. Visible models. Remington
Type winter Co., 88 Broadway. Phoue
REBUILT typewriters and supplies. Corona
Dealers. E. W. Pease Co.. 110 6tn.
NEW. rebuilt, second-hand rentals at cut
rates. P. D. Co., 231 Stark st. Main 1407
FOR SALE 1917 Hudson super-six. full
equipment, Goodyear cord tires, at right
price run about 4O0O miles; call evenings.
22H E. 60th, cor. Salmon.
1910 .MAXWELL, in good condition, good
car. $550: will take some terms. Broadway
Oarage, E. 24th an Broadway. Call E.
MOTORS, gears, bearings, wheels, axles; we
wreck all makes of cars a nd sell their
parts at half price. Auto Wrecking Co.,
83 North Broadway.
FOR SALE CHE A P Good as new. 117
Oakland 0 touring car. W. G. Short, 203
5th St.. upstairs.
I W'ILL pay spot cash for your Ford.
PDAVi'K MATn 17 " A ft t." "V"
East 377Q. E. 13th and Hawthorne Ave
OVERLAND roadster, in good condition,
goes for $250. Phone owner. Marshall
41 1 T.
FOR SALE A one-ton truck. standard
make, thoroughly overhauled, in fine con
dition. $400. 1256 Halsey st.
CHANDLER roadster, make good car for
salesman, or bug; cheap. Woodlawn 1270.
1917 FORD touring car. looks like new,
with extras, -$3S5. Wllkey, Fast 92.
SCRIPPS-BOOTH roadster for sale; white
color. Call East 2000.
SLIGHTLY used tires. $3 to $15 each; vul
canized, 5c; tire repairing. 207 Madisqju
$5 ' A SI 1, $5 niontlily, no in tn rest for 2
yea rs buys $350 Singer upright piano for
$1V5. $5 cash, $0 monthly buys $375 1H17
model lor $23i, and $ 1 o cash. $" moni h ly
buys $550 Pr imaone Player Piano for $34'
during factory clearance sa lt at Sch wan
Piano Co., Ill Fourth st. at Washington.
3912 Mitchell roadster
1915 Mitchell, up-to-date equipment. .$600
1912 Stoddard. 5 -pass $275
1914 Mitchell, up-to-date equipment. .$500
Hotel bus. 12-pass., high-class $875
Several others to select from.
MITCHELL. LEWIS & STAYER CO.
East Morrison at First St.
One 7-psssenger Marnion ; late model,
used less than year; wire wheels, good
tires ; excellent condition.
One 1913 7-passenger Chalmers. In good
mechanical condition; just painted; good
tires; price Includes new top.
One 1912 5-passenger Reo; good mechan
ical condition ; good tires ; price $250.
One 7-passenger White 40." touring
car; in goo a. mechanical condition.
THE WHITE COMPANY,
Park and Couch Streets.
to trade for 5-pass. auto, the classiest mo
torboat on the river; built this year;
length 28 ft., speed 17 miles; fully
equipped, electric lights, auto control, auto
top, with side curtains, arm chairs; also
boathouse. What have you? Phone Main
ONE G. M. C. -ton truck, with or with
out body and hydraulic hoist; in fine con
dition, ready for service.
One Willys -ton utility truck, with or
without body: in excellent condition.
THE WlilTii COMPANY.
Park and Couch Streets.
MODEL 32 HUPMOB1L E Electric lights
ar.d starter ; a snap for quick sale.
3 910 Oidsmobile. refln., ex. equip. $800.
Light to Buick touring, splendid buy, $850.
OLDSMOH1LE CO. OF OREGON.
Broadway 18S0. Broadway 1640.
bTL'DEBAKER, 15-4. periect running or
der, good appearance; five good tires;
$450 cash; liberty bonds or good security.
Phone Tabor 39; evenings, Tabor 4028.
SMALL Studebaker, 5-passenger, In good
condition, good tires, $ 175 cash. Call
Main 7070, and ask for Mr. Cochran.
Auto Tires and Accessories,
TIRES, $2.50 up; tubes. 75c up. Vulcanizing,
retreading; tires bought. Portland Motor
Wrecking Co.. 635 Alder. Main 479.
Automobile? for Hire.
AUTOS WITHOUT DRIVER FOR HIRE.
7-pass. car with d river.
LON'C & S1LVA,
462 HAWTHORNE AVE. Phone E. 6840.
7-PASS. TOURING CAR FOR HIRE.
Touring, calling, shopping, weddings and
funerals. Reliable Auto Service. Main 7730;
CA RS for rent without drivers; new cars.
G. N. Smito, 3d and GLsao. Broadway
NEW 5-pass. Dodge for hire, touring, call
ing. shop ping, higlm ay. Main 7435.
AUTOS without drivers for hire. City Ga
rage. lOth and Stark. Broadway 840.
NEW SAXON 6. Highway, depots, funerals.
cal ling, shopping, reasonable. East 4582.
LIT prices on second-hand motorcycles. I.
H. Blocker, corner 4ih and Taylor.
FOR SALE Oiiw 50-H. P. boiler with all
equipment, passed by Hartford Insurance
Co. Inquire the J. K. Armsby Co., Van
couver. W as h.
1 4-BoTTOM Tractor Oliver plow; 1 McCor
mick header binder; 1 Bowsher "Feed
Grinder." Address 1. A. Moms, Looking
MACH1NIRY. MOTORS. ETC.
Writ lor our complete catalogue No. A.
or see our bjg stock before buying. Ws
sell, rent, buy. repair and Install.
COAST STEEL &. MACHINERY CO
50 First St.. Portland, or.
SEWING MACHINES New and second
hand, of all makes, sold and rented lor
It ps. No agents employed and low reuu
Terms $1 we kl.
S I' WING MACHINE EMPORIUM.
1!0 3d. near Taylor sL A 3020. Main 9431.
TAILORS FOR TAILORS.
The most up-to-da te coat, pants and
vest shops, or cut. trim and make on the
Coast (custom tailors, union label). Write
for price list. Tacoma Custom Tailors.
1 232 2 Pacif ic ave , Tacoma. Wash.
BALRKLS and kegs for sale. We have just
recei ed a large hi piuent of hardwood
barrels and kegs from Cal. Come while
they last. Panama Cooperage Co., 248
NATIONAL cash registers. stor fixtures and
safes, half price.
Portland cash register co..
174 1st st., cor. anthill.
FOR SALE or real, lodging and hoisting
engines, all kinds machinery, rails, cars.
Railway Equipment Co., 23a Mark si.
WILL sell my Alexander Hamilton Institute
two-yea r course vompli-ie with 12 vol
umes for 5u. Cost 90. E tiu3. Orego
nian. i- OR SALE Dry goods. shoes. notions,
ladles' and gents furnishings; fancy work
a special! y : must se.il at once ; tash only.
A V 1 93. Oregonian.
nnoo ft. 9 -inch plow steel cable. Levin
Hdw. ic Furn. Co., 221 Front St.
HINTING coats, special bargains in sample
line of excellent coats and shell vest. Lev
in Hard ware fc Furniture Co., 221 Front st.
ELECTRIC motors tor sale, trade or rent :
expert repairing. Walker Electric Works,
413 BurtiFide st. Pnoite Broadway 5074.
GRA I'ES for jelly. Woodstock ca r to 55d
1 v-f.. ;; Mct-a west. cgi. 3Mh st. Maddock,
ON E Cy pliers incubator and brooder, one
Detaval separator. Tabor 1533.
PLUM BI NG supplies at wholesale prices.
Stark-Davis Co.. 212 3d st. Main 797.
BARGAIN Cafeteria copper steam table;
hot water boiler. 4 H. P. 215 Main.
BIG bargain in new windows, doors, eash,
cub doors, lumber and mold. East OOl.
FOR SALE Second-hand safes. K 11 ham
Stationary Ac Ptg. Co., 5th and Oak sts.
BEST prices for rags, rubber, sacks, paper,
bottles, clothing, furniture. East 8034.
S HOTGUNS, RIFLES, AMMUNITION
Special sale. 128 First, near Alder.
SAFES One large and one medium-size at
a bargaim G 541. Oregonian.
VACUUM cleaners sold, repaired, rented, ex
changed, bought. Bentley Co., Main 8582.
BEAUTIFUL Japanese mink neckpiece and
muff, $12.50. BC- 584. Oregonian.
2 GOODYEAR all weather 30x3 Vi tires.
$17.50 each. N 510, Oregonian.
BEST CASH PRICE PAID FOR
Stoves, ranges, ruga, store fixtures, res
taurant outttts, hotels, rooming-houses, of
fice furniture, furniture Ktocks. Nothing
too 10 g or too email to handle. Prompt at
tention anil couneouM treatment.
PHONES MARSHALL 5981; A 3224.
GBVUKTZ FURNITURE CO..
tfi5 to 191 Firnt St.. Near Yamhill.
SPOT caah for your used furniture. I pay
the highest prices for furniture, rugH.
atovea, ranges and all other household
goods. Call us -for one article or a house
f ul I. Phone and a courteous buyer wiU
call. Main 7714. 164 First street.
FELDSTEIN'S FURNITURE CO., 166 1st St.
Highest prices paid for your household
and off ice furniture ; any quantity con
sidered; best allowance given on old fur
niture In exchange lor new. Be con
vinced. P h one M aln 4 633. A 2 6J 3 S.
THE LEVIN HARDWARE & FURNITURE
CO. buys furniture, hotel and restaurant
outfits and tools of any description ; full
value for them assured. 221 Front. Mal.i
9072. A 7174.
IF you want to dispose of your furniture
and other household goods, it will pay you
to calk on us. W will pay you every dol
lar It Is worth and pay you spot cash. Mlsh
Fur. Co., 184 1st st. Phoue Main 57 OS.
PARTY deedres Ito purchase complete fur
nishings of some private residence from 5
to 8 rooms; must be In ftrst-claas con
dition; will pay cash. G 558. Oregonian.
CAN USE GOOD FURNITURE
of any description; have the reauy cash.
Phone today. Main 4027. or 204 First wt.
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE WANTED.
W I LL PAY CASH. MAIN 3332.
MICHIGAN Furniture Co. pays legitimate
prices for used furniture. Marshall 1822.
BE WISE Sell your furniture to the Ford
Auction Co. ilaiu 895L 191 2d fU
THE HONEST DEAL.
ID-HAND CLOTHING WANTED.
WE PAY FCR M EN'S SL'ITS FROM $3
IIP TO $10: HIGHEST PRICES PAID
FOR LA D I KS' an d M EN S C LOTH 1 N G
OF ALL KINDS. SHOES. ETC. PLEASE
PHONE MAIN 4770. 246 1ST ST.
SECOND-HAND CLOTHING WANTED -.7.
MEYER. THE TAILOR. PAYS $7.50 UP
FOR 2D-HAND SUITS. HE PAYS MO R E
FOR SHOES AND CLOTHES. WE CALL
ANYWHERE IN CITY. DAY OR EVEN
ING. CALL MARSHALL 1220. 22U MAUI
SON. OUR specialty la buying ladies' and genua
cast-off ciothlrg. Higbeat cash price paid.
Will call day or nit,l:L
PEOPLE'S SECOND-HAND STORK,
Marshall 3225. or 209 Madison St.
W A NTE D A t once, 50-hnrsepower boiler.
5o-horsepower standard en.ne, 10-in, cyl
inder donkey, with or without lines: tnuf-t
be in Al shape. Responsible buyer. AV 745.
PAYS HIGHEST PRICES FOR MENS
A N D LA DIES' 2D-H AND C LO THING.
SHOES. ETC. 2S5 FIRST. MAIN 2080.
HIGHEST caah price paid for Kodaks and
Anastigmat lenses. Main 358 1. Aiochfeld
Camera Exchange. 85 3d St.
BEST cah prices paid for used office fur
niture. Desks, chairs, flies for sale or rent.
Pacific Staty. & Ptg. Co.. 107 2d st.
WANTED Drag saw outfit in first -clans
condition; give pricfa ana make. K 7i.
$1 WILL replace your watch at Relngold's.
Jewelers, 124 Fifth, r.ear Wash.
WANTED Late style, high-grade, cabinet
V Ictrola. records. Br'dw'y 227S. Joe Fiaher.
" HEATING STOVES TOTRADbI
"What have ou ? Main 4415.
Wanted, diamonds for cash, H to 2k. Old
gold, platinum, silver. 218 Oregonian bldg.
HELP WANTED MALE.
BOY or young man with bicycle or motor
c vele to work all or part of day ; will
guarantee $75 per month if equipped with
motorcycle, but can earn $100 or better.
Apply 127 11th st.
PICTURE FRAME R Must be experienced
and understand matting. Apply superin
tendent's office, 9 to 10 A. M., Olds, Wort
man & King.
WANTED Delivery boys. with or with
out bicycles. chance for advancement.
Sweeney-Varney & Siraub. 11th and tiurn-
V ANTE D Boy about 17 years old; an of
fice boy. one who 1.- energetic and will
ing; pay $10 week: good chance to learn
business. E 024. Oregonian.
YOUNG man with at least high school edu
cation wanted as night order clerk in
large manufacturing establishment; ex
ceptional opening lor man ambitious to
become a salesman. N 5l"0. Oregonian.
HELP wanted lntdde work, inexperienced
men, $2.75 to $3 per day; experienced
men. $3 . to $5; work steady the year
around. Pacific Face Brick Co.. 100 Mill
tt., or Willamina, Or.
WANTED Married man. experienced in Ken
eral farm work, good milker, cottage,
wood, potatoes and milk provided; good
wages. Apply J. il. Ashford, MeMinnville,
WANTED Man about 3d. accustomed to
manual labor, and write good hand. Steady
for reliable man with good references.
State age, experience, phone. Y 130, Ore
gon i an. i
WANTED Good Japanese cook, and w ife.
for private family. Apply Thomas Rob
erts, care Roberts Bros., 3d and Morrison
sts.. city. ;
WANTED Boys, high school preferred, for
Oregonian paper routes in various parts
of the city. Apry t once, room 203.
First-class operator; also crown and
bridge man ; als" plate man : best salary
on the Coast. W 533. Oregonian.
WANTED Young man to learn machine
woodworking business: good wanes to
start. Give address and phone number.
AB 3S2, Oregonian.
WANTED Man from 17 to 50 years old to
drive delivery wagon; steady job to the
right man ; wanes to start for the first
month. $5Q. A K 512. Oregonian.
5jOy or oung m:in with w heel, no Sunday
work, "guarantee $50 per month. Apply
room 7, Board of Trade Bldg.
FU RN IsH 1NG goods salesman, also shoe
salesman; must b experienced. Apply
Sim onSaly a ge store. First and Alder.
H IGTl school boys over 17 years of age to
work on Saturdays. Apply Simon Salvage
store. First and Alder.
WANTED Deck hands for river boats; ex
perience not necessaiy. Aider-Street dock.
WANTED All-around tailor, steady work,
Kood wages. The Square Tailors. Nampu.
DELIVERY and wagon boys. Apply super
intendent's or f ice, 9 to 10 A. M-, Olds.
V, ortinan & K ins.
BRIGHT young man 1:1 office of wholesale
boune. Address in own handwriting stat-tT-
experience. AO 407. Oregonian
PRINTER WA NTF.D Couple im.ni hs; may
prove permanent ; open en op ; $1 s and
room . I ?a 11 n o r Prints hop, J ta ker. Or.
BOY or voting man with wheel, no Sunday
work; guarantee $50 per month. Apply
room 7. Hoard of Trade bldg.
WANTED Job and make-up man. State
experience and salary expected. St. licl
fiiH Mist. St. Helens, Or.
WANTED Man and wife for janitor and
chamber work. Campbell Hotel, 23d and
WANTED Coatmakers to work tnsiuA or
take work out: steady: also dressmakers
wanted. N 523. Oregonian.
W VNTED Bookkeeper to work mornings or
evenings; apply in own writing. AF 043,
W NTED Carder or second hand in card
room for out of town woolen mills. Ap
Plv in person. 404 Stock Exchange bldg.
oUNG MAN. vin inarrieu. ior mi i iim k
room : must be able to opera ce and care
for a Ford. ogn Candy Co.
tLIVERY man with some knowledge of
Ford car: mnst be nvcr 10 years of age;
place permanent. r.. Dn-au wmv
PRESS ER and bush el man wanted. good
wages and a steady job for goou man. 3r'4
Third street. .
EXPERIENCED FLOOR MANAGERS for
department store. References required. T
$7 TO $10.50 per day easily-made selling
fertilizer to fa rmers. Man wit h light car
preferred . Q31 Worceste r bldg.
iTXl.ESM AN l Iut on 3 months' telling
" campaign. Chance to make about $2000.
WANTED -Timber fallers. piece work; can
make very high wa.gea. Western Cooper
age Co.. Astoria, ur.
WANTED Man to operate r ord lumber
tractor: must be able to do all repairing.
Apply West Oregon Lumber Co.. Linnton.
WANTED First-class machinists, lathe
operators preferred. Peninsula Iron Wki
bt. Johns. .
CLE A TING machine man. 2 boys, box fac
tory work. Oregon Box Ac Mfg. Co.. 1320
Macadam roah i
EX PERlKNCED middle-aged bookkeeper,
$75 and board ; call Monday A. M. Camp
bell Hill Hotel.
WANTED Man to drive grocery delivery ;
must have good references and know the
city. AN 113. Oregonian.
WANTED Hotel night clerk. $43 month
and room: give awe and experience, phone
and address. AM 124. Oregonian.
V ANTED Experienced dishwasher, good
wages. 300 23d st. N. Cassell restau
DINNER cook at 52 3d st. Marathon res
ts 11 ra n L
WANTED Elevator boy or man. Hotel
Ramapo, 14th and Wash.
WANT experienced dish s asiier ; seven-hour
shift. 11 Sixth.
WANTED -Waiter or waitress. Call 147';
MILLWRIGHTS. $5; carpenters. $4.50.
North 2.1 Ht. Thos. Butts.
WANTED Experienced draughtsma n. E.
EX PERI ENCED dishwasher wanted. Ca.-Uil-
lan. los 5th Ht. Inquire nfter 10:30 A. M.
WANTED Office boy for w holesale Iiouse.
A.l 140. Oregonian.
WANT El Capable man to se1! high-claad
advertising medium. X 532. Oregonian.
MAN to operate automatic trimmer at Doty.
Wash. Apply 303 Concord blog. Main OS0
WANTED Party with Cne rolet
teach "driving. C 049. Oregonian.
BOY wanted, about 17 years. Allen drugstore,
221 N. 10th.
MAN to drive light wagon. 414 E. Ash st.
from S to 4.
BOY with wheel wanted. Frank. Nau, 6th
LAD1 KS tailor wanted, good wages and a
steady job for a good woman. 3H4 3d st.
WANTED Three men to milk and do farm
work, $0O and board. Call Tabor 2702.
BOYS w anted, manufacturing piant. Apply
34 N First st.
BOY 16 yea rs old to ma Ue himself usclul.
LI on Clothing Co., 4th and Morrison.
oUNG J a panose wanted to do work ubout
res ta ur nt. S 113. reirnin n.
WANTED A good bakery foreman on
cakes. AV 797, Oregoninn.
BARBER wanted, steady job.
FIE LP WANTED MALE.
1 WHISTLE ROY.
2 SET FALLERS.
4 BUCK EUS.
1 SET GUY LINK LOADERS.
2 RIGGING MEN.
APPLY 1117 YEON BLDG.
LEARN AUTOMOBILES. TRACTORS,
at the la reeM. best equipped auto and
tractor school on the Pacific Coast. Sun
Francisco Is right in the hart of the
Western auto and tractor business. You
lea rn by act ua I pract ice on a utos, trucks
and tractors. 30 expert instructors. Write
for free ca ta !ogne.
IIEALD'S AUTOMOBILE AND TRAC
1220 Post St., San l'raneisco, Cal.
A D V 1 S OR Y A NDEM PLOY M ENT DEPART
MENT. Y. M. C. A.
We ca n pi ace young men with ability.
Constant calls coming for the man who
can deliver the sooiis. A Y. M. C. A.
membership costing $5.00 guarantees you
will secure employment or refund of fee.
A. so gives you 2 months' full privileges.
1 months' social a nil use of fhis depart
ment for 1 year. See Secretary, J. W.
Pa 1 mer.
1'OKTLA N l w holesale house w ants man to
sell Nat lonal ly advertised line to hard
ware and department stores in Montana
and Idaho; Hilary and expenses; man with
canvassing experience preferred. W rita
letter about yourself, stating age, educa
tion, buriness, experience and averapt
monthly income last 2 years. BD 013,
BOYS 16 to 1 Apply between 9 and 11
A. M. superintendent's office, basement
balcony Meier & Frank Co.
WANTED Two young men that are hus
tlers to fill crews that are traveling in
Oregon and California; experience not
necessary ; good money and steady work,
with advancement for right men. Call
after . Oregon Hotel and ask for Mr.
HARNESSMAKERS, saddle hands and cut-te-a,
attention Have contracts that will
keep us busy for at least seven months;
will pay highest going wages. Write or
wire uj at once. Duncan Sons, Inc.,
BOY or young man with bicycle or motor
cycle to work all or any part of day; will
guarantee $75 per month if equipped with
motorcycle, but can earn $1U0 or better.
Apply 1 27 Eleventh st.
Help Warned Agents.
GoOD, live agents wanted ; a splendid con
tract, to work anywhere In Oregon. Phons
AGENTS at once. Sell 50c per month hos
pital tickets. 301 Board of Trade.
" Help Wa n t ed Salesmen.
SALESMAN for men's clothing departments
thoroughly experienced; references re
quired ; ftead y position to the right man.
Lion Clothing Co., Morrison and Fourth,
WAN FED Lot salesmen ; give full partic
ulars in first letter. Address box 3S9. Poca
tello, Idaho, and arrange for personal in
terview. HELP WANTED FEMALE.
WANTED Lady stenographer for second
position In office; good opportunity for
Momeone Just starting: answer, stating age.
married or single and previous experience
If any; salary to start $0 per week. An
swer in own handwriting. F 614. Orego
nian. EAFEKIENCED and apprentice chocolata
d ippers wanted by large factory ; expe
rienced dippers can earn $2U to $25 per
week; apprentices start $0 per week. Glvt
phone number and last place worked. BF
K'.ll. Oregon lan.
W ANT ED E X V E R1ENCED SALESWOMEN
FOR WOMEN'S SUIT DEFT. FIRST
CLASS RE F E KKNCES REQUIRED. AP
PLY SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE.
TO IO a. M. OLDS. WOHTMAN KING.
EXPERIENCED seamstresses, also flnishera
and operators on ftne furs, N. M. Ungar
Co.. 1V1 Broadway. Heili& Theater bldg.
FIRST-CLASS stenographer, one that can
take charge of oft Ice and meet the gen
eral public; work light, only 8 hours; per
manent position; state wn ges ; must give
p.iod references. T 03, regonian.
SA LKSWOM EN for women's waist dept. ;
must be thoroughly experienced and fur
nish good references. Apply (superintend
ent's office, I to 10 A. M. Olds. Wormian
FIVE girls. 10 to 20 years, for labeling.
Applv Blnmauer-Frank Drug Co., Park
and Everett sts., 4th floor. 8 A. M., Mon
d a y.
LADY tailoress that thoroughly understands
vest and pants making; permanent posi
tion, good pay; wanted at once. L. Hoch
bam. 4'5 East 2d St., The Dalles. Or.
EXPERIENCED SALESWOMEN for wom
en's neckwear department. References
required. Apply superintendent's office.. 9
to IO A. M. Olds. Wort man A- King.
Fl RST-CLASS finisher on pants. Steady
work and union wanes. Write Mr. Ham
mer. 212 Orpheum b;dg., 3d and Madison.
WANTED Girl to assist with general
housework. Swedish girl preferred. Mam
Will 434 Carter Lane.
OPERATORS for power machines wanted.
Jacobs Hat A Cap Works, 304 Phoenix
bldg., 5th and -ak.
WANTED Experienced young lady stenog
rapher. Apply In person. Pacific Wasta
Co.. 504 Stock Exchange.
W ANTED Girl for general housework and
help with children; no washing. Call
WOMEN, girls for factory work. Apply In
person to general timekeeper, American
Can Co., 14th and Thurman.
WANTED Fur operators, experienced
hands. Apply at once: good wages. H.
Liebes A- Co.. 140 Broadway.
CHORUS GIRLS, experienced, good wages,
no traveling, long engagement. Apply Ca
W A NTED Girl to stay with child even
ings iu return for room. Phone Sellwood.
HOUSEKEEPER for elderly couple; food
home, small wages. Sellwood 2044.
PRIVATE home for children 3 to la year
old; 15 years' exp. 714 Everett. Mar. 2102.
FUR finisher; young girl apprentice. 417
W A ITRESS wanted. 226 Madison at., bet,
1st and 2d.
LADY to solicit orders. Apply 41 East Asa
st. from 8 to 4.
OJ RLS wanted, manufacturing plant. Apply
34 N. Is st.
W A NTED First -clans skirt and w aist fln
ishei. 205 Columbia bldg.
GTiiL wanted to learn tailoring; pay lit Us)
while learning. Gi Panama bldg.
til RL for general housework : no laundry.
454 E. 23d N. Phone East 0610.
GIRL to do general work in small restau
rant ; experienced. 24 N. 0th st.
WANTED Experienced girl to sell gro
ceries and lruit. 24 Yamhill.
WAITRESS wanted. 102 0th st. Columbia
GIRL wanted to work in cigar store and
confectionery. 301 Burnside.
HELP wanted. Palace Laundry Co., East
10th and Everett.
WANTED Waiter or waitress. Call 147 Vk
WANTED Diins-i'"m girl. Wooumivn
W A N T Kl Dishwasher. Woodlawn 21..
W ANTE I A nurseni;' il. pel wood 251.
LADY barber vantrd at 22! Runitdde st.
W STKP W a j t less. Ca m p be 1 1 Hoi el.
Wnnleil romett ics.
YOUNG girl wanted for light housework and
do errands. 380 ' Washington. Marshall
N EAT gu l for g-nei a 1 house w ork ; no cook
ing : good home. 5:'.3 E. 23d st. N. Lst
EXPERIENCED girl fr penerl housework;
g ood w ages. East 30 ' 0. 50 1 Thoin ps n .
GIRL for g'-neral homework. 505 East Hih,
-t. No., 1 rvittgton. Phone Kavt 03") 1.
ANTED School girl to wnrX for room,
h;ird and wnges. Phone Sellwood 147.
W A NTED Oopipeifn I woman for general
housework. 0: E. 15th st . North.
GIRL for general housework; 2 in family.
50 Ella. Main 1M7.
YOUNG girl to as?idt with hous-woik. Tabor
EX PE H I ENCED girl for general housework
and fnokins. Wood'awn 303J.
EXPERIENCED ;irl lor house v. or it and
plain cooking; no washing. 074 Everett.
GIRL for rooking and general housework.
7'.4 Irving. Main 8235.
W A NTE D -An experienced second maid.
GIRL for general housework; no cooking.
77"i Northrup St.
WANTED Girl for cooking and housework,
wag s .:n. Tabor v4.
V ANTED An experienced second girl.
P hone H a - t 305.
W A NTED Girl for general house work.
Woodlawn 04 7.
EXPERIENCED girl tor general housework.
East 55. u.