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THE MORMXG OREGOXUX, 3IOXDAT, AUGUST 2, 1920
FEE ON TRANSFER
Federal Reserve Bank Finds
EXPRESS COMPANY USED
Collections on Institutions Refus
ing to Remit at Par Is Made
Since July 1 the federal reserve
bank has been collecting some checks
in Oregon and Washington at par
through the express companies, and
thereby hangs a story. It ceems that
up to July 1 there were 26 banks in
Oregon that refused to make what
are called "money transfers" with
out first deducting a certain fee,
usually 10 cents an item or in many
instances, 10 cents on the $100. This
is what caused the trouble, accord
ing to Charles H. Stewart, assistant
deputy governor of the federal re
serve hank of San Francisco, who
Is in Portland at the present time.
Today there are about six banks in
Oregon that refuse to pay checks at
par, but it is thought that the ma
jority of these will perhaps come
into the federal reserve system, if
eligible, or will at least consent to !
payment of checks received by them
in the usual course of business, at j
According to Mr. Stewart, the fed
eral reserve banlc has argued the
question from every angle with these
banks, generally smalL ones located
in small places, but without success.
ExprrKi Company Collects.
The contention made by the coun
try banks referred to is that checks
drawn on their institutions are pay
able over their counters in the towns
- where located, and that checks drawn
on them by their depositors who may
reside in other localities, or who may
be away from town, and which are
handled through other banks can only
be handled through the imposition
of a fee, the amount of which is
usually 10 cents on the $100, though
in any number of cases it has been
10 cents an item, regardless of
whether the face value of the check
calls for $1 or $100.
In order, therefore, to overcome this
Contention, the federal reserve bank
sends no collections to such banks
through the ordinary course of mails.
This is because the federal reserve
Toank is prohibited by law from col
lecting other than at par. The result
is. when checks on these banks are
received by the federal reserve bank,
they are in turn given to the express
company for collection. The express
agent located in the town in which is
the offending bank presents these
checks for payment. And this again
causes a prolonged howl from the
small bank. It often does not have
the amount in cash called for on hand.
as often there are quite a number of
cherks presented at the same time.
True, it has funds on deposit with
its Portland correspondent bank, but
even if the Portland bank tenders the
full amount called for by the express
agent holding the checks for collec
tion to the federal reserve bank the
latter will refuse to accept same, con
tending that such payment must be
made in the town where the bank on
which the checks are drawn is located,
uud that if such bank does not pay
those checks by 3 P. M. of the day on
which presented they will be immedi
Bunk Miint Collect at Par.
'But, says Mr. Stewart, "in follow
ing this custom we are only comply
ing with the contentions made by the
banks themselves, and if they fail to
maintain a sufficient balance on hand
with which to -meet their customers'
paper surely it can be no fault of ours, 1
for we positively will not and cannot,
- under the law, collect other than at
par." When asked how the expense
of collecting through the express com
pany was taken care of, he replied
that it was absorbed as an expense of
doing business, but that regardless of
"what it costs the reserve bank to col
lect the checks, the member bank
, which turned them over to the reserve
bank for collection lost nothing.
On the other hand the banks in
the country towns making the col
lection charge eay that it is neces
sary that they do so in order to trans
fer the funds called for by the
checks to the money center, that is,
to the banks having the checks for
collection. This statement is met by
the federal reserve bank with the
.statement that no actual transfer of
money is ever made, and that the
only thing done, is simply the draw
ing of a check by the paying bank
on its Portland correspondent, and
that no expense is involved there
from. A bill is before congress now, in
troduced by Representative Steagall
(house resolution No. 12379), the pur
pose of which allows all banks, fed
eral" and state, to exact a charge of
10 cents a $100 or fraction thereof
for collections and payments, the bill
being fathered by banks located in
Manufacturing interests throughout
the country are waging a fight
awainst the enactment of this bill into
law. The Portland Chamber of Com
merce will have the matter before its
board of directors next Wednesday
evening, at which time some action
is expected to be taken.
Police Chief Out for Sheriff.
MOQVIAM, Wann.. Aug. 1. (Spe
cial) Jess Ij. Havens, local police
chief, announced today that early this
week he will filei his candidacy for
tho nomination for sheriff on the re
publican ticket. Mr. Havens, who
came to the harbor :'0years aso from
Michigan, resided for 17 years in
JH on nia m and was assistant postmas
ter here for 10 years, resigning Jan
uary 1, 1917, to become police chief.
"V Man at Honolulu.
HONOLULU, T. H.. Aug. 1. (Spe
cial) J. V. Howell, for many years a
physical instructor in Northwestern
Y. M. C. A.s. arrived here a few days
a.go to take over the physical depart
ment of the Central "Y" of Honolulu.
He comes direct from Boise, Idaho,
tut had been in Y" work in Spo
kane, liverett, Butte and Nelson, B. C.
Cciitrulians at Normal School.
CENTRALIA, Wash., Aug. 1. CSpe
rial.) Three Lewis count pupils are
in the class of the BeUinpham sum
pier .normal school that will hold its
commencement exercises on August
20. They are Carrie M. K. Hanson,
Centralia: Kthel Townsend. Chehalis,
and Mabel Hardy, Forest.
DAILY MKTEOKOl.OGICAL REPORT.
rORTLAXU. Auk. 1. Maximum tem-
Tpratur. 4 (trRrees; minimum, degree.
Jlir reailinR at A. M., 11.2 feet; chanftf
in last -4 nour. u. loot rail. Total rainfall
l.". P. M. to S P. M l, none; total rainfall
unt" September 1. l.UW. ..S1 inchea; nor
nial ram la 11 liace iiepteinber 1, 4449
inches: deficiency of rainfall since Sep
tember 1, liiy, 8.0S inches. Sunrise. 4.53
A. M. : sunset, 7:41 P. M. Total sunshine
August 1, 14 hours 48 minutes: possible
sunshine. 14 hours 48 minutes. Moonrise.
P. M. : moonset. :.! A M. Barometer
(reduced to sea level) at 5 P. M.. 30.00
incnes. relative humidity at d a. j..
82 per cent ; at noon, 47 per cent: at 5
P. M.. 32 per cent.
Maker I 54 tM0.00;..(W , Clear 1
Boise I. . . 98 '0.00". .!NW;Clear '
Boston ( &0.ci!. .w icioudy
Calgary S6O.00I..1.V pt. cloudy
Chicago M 00:0.00 12INE Clear
Denver ." SO'ft.OOf . .is Pt. cloudy
Des Moines. 7H0.00i..!NE Pt. cloudy
Eureka ; 02 0. 00: . . IN Cloudy
Galveston 9') 0.00112'S Clear
Helena 5S !0!0. 001 . . N Clear
Juneau t ... 00 54io.es?. .!S (Cloudy
Kansas City ... 7S-1 . 02110 NE IClear
Los Angeles SSiO.OO' . .iSW iPt. cloudy
Marsh field .. 60 72 0.00:i2NWiC-oudy
Medford UtiO.OO!. .INW'Clear
Minneapolis 74'0.00 10!N IClear
New Orleans ... F6'0.01l..jS !Pt. cloudy
New York 76 0.1'sl . . iS ICIoudy
North Head. 56 OOiO.Oo 30lNW:Clear
Phoenix . . . . . ,1G2 0.18'..!SW fCloudy
Pocatello 92 O.OullO'KE !pt. cloudy
Portland ... nS 84 0. 00' . . INWICIear
Roseburg .. r4 SSO. OOi . . 'N W'Clear
Sacramento . 02 9SO.0nil0'S IClear
St. Louis M2'0.0j..lNE IClear
Salt Lake 02 0. 24!. ,NV!Pt. cloudy
San Diego 7S 0. 0M . . !S W Cloudy
S. Francisco ...1 60:0. 00 .10!S W Cloudy
Seattle 5fi! 76O.0O12;N Clear
Sitkat 4862 0.K0 . .1 .... Cloudy
Spokane ... 56! 94'O.OOf . ,W IClear
Tacoma 54j 74 0. W, . . N IClear
Tatoosh Isd. ... 00 0 . ! .. ISW IClear
Valdezf 4S'H0'0. 04 . .j. . ..jRain
Walla Walla t4 94;0. (Ut . . !W IClear
Washington. ... 82 1 ..VJl . JN ICIoudy
.Winnipeg 7S'0.00l..E IClear
Yakima .... SS' 92;0.00j. .jN IClear
t A. M. today. P. M. report of preced
and vicinity Fair.
warm; westerly windH.
uregon ana Washington Fair and con
tinued warm ; moderate westerly winds.
Idaho Fair, continued warm.
Montana Generally fair, except scat
tered thunder showers in south; some
what cooler Tuesday.
"Wyoming Generally fair; not much
change in temperature.
BEATTTIFT'I, COTILLION H.VLT., will
be used EXCLUSIVELY for a SCHOOL
This will undoubtedly be the largrest
school in the west having THREE
Hall No. 1. third floor. Advanced
Classes. Hall No. 2, second floor. Be
ginners classes. Hall No. 3, private
lessons at all hours.
Special rates will be given to all
pupils who have attended either CO
TILLION or BROADWAY ACAD
EMY during the past year. These
rates will also be extended to all who
join between now and Thursday.
AV AIIITIOMAI, FEATURE
NEVER BEFORE OFFERED will be
a FILL 1) V.( E ORCHESTRA In main
hall lor advanced vlaMSes.
All classes to be under the personal
supervision of Prof. D. Patterson
Downey and staff.
14th and Uanhinton.
Waltz Open to All
$10 Cash Prize at
Next Wednesday Night
Bathing, Rides, Amusements.
Bring the Children Today.
CAMPBELL'S FAMOUS BAND
Miss Dorothy Daphne Lewis
Admlssior. to Park Free to 5 P. M.
Daily Except Sundays and Holidays.
Cars First and Alder. , Fare 6 Cents.
every afternoon and evening.
every evening: except Sunday
Q ftC IiJi .. e
All new steos and dances Kuaran
teed at De Honey's beautiful academy.
Twenty-tnira ana w asnin gion
Ladies, $3; gentlemen, Classes
Tuesday and Thursday evenings. S to
11:30. Plenty of desirable partners
ana practice. No embarrassment.
You will never become a dancer in
private lessons from inferior teachers.
Yoj must have practice in a crowd.
Join our classes, learn from profes
sional dancers. Phone Main 7656. Pri
vate lessons alL" hours.
Portland vs. Los Angeles
August 3-4-5-63 P. M.
Double-Headers Saturday and
Sunday 1 :30 P. 1.
27 Acres of Free Picnic Grounds
Dancing Every Evening
CIRCLE mt 'W'aahlnrton.
"Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde'
Also Larry Semon in "Solid Concrete."
A wn Reel.
Open from o'clock in the morning- until 4
o clock, ot til following morning.
ID FUN I
L FOR YOU
STS EARLY. I
T SHOWTIME I
A NEW THRILL
AVOID CROWD AT
I TONIGHT 8:151
ALL THIS WEEK i,
CHARMING FILM BEAUTIES
OWN JAZZ ORCHESTRA
MATRfEE DA1XY. SlSO
Toons America' Favorite Divertissement
GAUTIfcR'K TOY feHOP
With a hocfc of Diminutive Animal Per
former, in an Amazint Routine of
SIX OTHER BIG ACTS
Three performances daily. Night curtain
at 7 ana .
"Empress of Canada"
22,000 Tone, Grose Register
ITINERARY AND FARES FROM
S. 8. "CITY OF TOI'EKA"
Sails 9:00 P. M. Aurutit 8. for Coos
Bay. Eureka and San .Franrtaco. Con
nrctine; with tteamen to Lo Angeles
and baa liego.
TO ALASKA FROM SEATTLE
The S. S. "ADMIRAL EVANS" to
Anchorage and way porta. August 10.
Ticket Office, 101 Third St.
Freight Office. Municipal Dock Ko. S.
Phone Main 8281.
Pacific Steamship Co.
v SHIPPING COMPANY
'North China Line
service without transshipment.
.uAjuniiu 4u zvooe. xoKonama. Shang'
hal, Tsingtau Taku Bar and Dalren.
8. 8. "West Nil-aria" Early Aug. Loading
8. S. " est Nomentun" Late Aug. Loading
S. 8. "Went Keats" Middle Sept, Loading
The above-named vessels are now being
booked. For further Information regarding
space, rates, etc apply
Board of. Trade Building
Coropasnie lienerale Tran (tat I antique
Kxprctui i'otttal Service
LOOPOLDINA Auk. S
LA. SAVOIE Aug. 6, Wept. 3. Oct. 1
LA TOURAINE. .Aug. 14, Kept. 14. Oct. la
LA LORRAINE. .Auk. 20, Sept. 17. Oct. 1.1
ROCHAMBEAU ..Aug. 20, Sept. 17. Oct. 'JM
LAFAYETTE Aug. :, Sept. 24, Oct. 23
FRANCIS Sept. 3. Oct. 1. Oct. 30
Fugrazi Bros.. Pacific Coat AjrentM, 109
Cherry St., .Seattle, or Any Local Agent.
Hrllis Ol'v Auk. 12
K'd'k VIII Auk. 26
Un'd St'te Sept. 3
Oscar II Sept. 18
Rates, etc.. The Chilberg Agency. 703 2d
Ave., Seattle, Wash., or Local Agent.
Astoria and Way Points
Round trip daily (except Friday) leaves
Portland 7:lO A. M Alder-aireet doc-:;
Leaves Astoria S P. M.. Flavel dock. Far
$1.65 each way. Special a la carta dining
service. Direct connection for aoutb
beaches. Night boat daily. 8 F. M.. dally
except Sunday. Tue Harktn Tranaporta
uon Co. Main 1422. 541-22.
S. S. "ASTORIAN"
S: P. M. DAILT (Except Thujra.)
FARE J165, Including tax.
Taylor St. Dock.
Phones Main 065. 114.
NEW ZEALAND AND SOUTH hEAS
via Tahiti and Raratonxo. Mail and umn
Hrnicer nerv ice from ban Franciaco every
CMOS f. 8. CO. OF NEW ZEALAND.
230 California tSL. Iaa Franel(co.
or local tsteaniship and railroad agencle.
m IlLiLnAnl sa-m utw a
OCEAN SERVICES J
55 Third St..
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
COMPETENT nurs.: elderly, invalid or ill.
Con Aravil, Marshall "S83.
At Wilson's Auction Hons. 10 A, M.
Furniture. 169-171 Second at.
REGULAR mfrtlm t
Industry Lodn No. S. A.
O. u. W..84 rioor. Pytnlaa
bldg. fonnerly Masonie
Tsmplel. Wnt Park and
YamhllL Monday Blunt.
o'clock. Buff.t lunch.
W. J. AIA-B.N. Recorder.
LODGE NO. 171. L O.
O. F. Meets eer
Monday evening. 8 r
M. at 44 Dekum
vi.ittn. brotbers iiipn'
J. n.ABOU) HART. See.
wisHIXGTON LODGE NO.
46, A F. AND A- M. Special
communication this (Monday)
evening. 7:30. E. 8th and
Burnai.le. M. M. degree. Vis
By order W. M.
J. H RICHMOND. Sec.
HARMONY LODGE. NO. 12.
A. F. AND A. M. Special
communication this Monday)
eve. at 7 o'clock. Work in the
Master Mason degree. Visitors
W. M. DE LIN. Sec
EAST GATE LODGE NO.
155. A. F. AND A. M. Stated
communication this (Monday)
evening at 8 o'clock. Work in
M. M. denree. Visiting broth
ers welcome. By order W. M.
C p. NELSON, Secretary.
ALL O. E. S. and their
friends Invited to attend a
dancing party on boat Swan
Tuesday eve., August given
bv Mvrtte Chanter. No. !.
Boat foot of Jefferson st., :o0
CAMELIA CHAPTER, NO.
27. O. E. S.. social club will
give s benefit card party this
(Monday) evening at Pythian
Temple. Prizes. Admission 25
cents. LILLIAN STRAND. Sec.
EMBLEM Jewelry, buttons, charms, pins.
new designs. Jaeger Bros.. IJl-o otn su
FRIEDLANDER'S for lodge emblems.
clans pins and medals. 310 Washington st.
STRANGE In this city, July 31. Mrs.
Lydla Strange, agea s years. viuowo.
the late Captain James Strange, mother
of Mrs Edward Fleury of San trancisco
grandmother o Mrs. H. S. Brasileld of
Berkeley, Cal.. Leonide Fleury of San
Francifco. and Mrs. A. Overman of this
city The remains are at the conserva
tory chapel of East Side Funeral Direc
tors. Notice of Juneral will be given in
a later issue.
FISHER In this city. July Jl. rieien
Fisher, aged 80 years, ueioveu
of Mrs. Louise Miler, Mrs. Lizzie Ed
wards. Frank and Paul Fisher, all of
this city Mrs. Pauline Err Worthington
of Belllngham. Wash., and Henry Usher
of Kimuerly. Kevaaa. ruueiai
later. Remains are at the residential
parlors of Miller & Tracey.
RACKETT In this city. August 1. Merton
Sackett. aged -is years, neniani. t -
the new residential funeral parlors or
Dunning & McBntee. Morrison at 12tn
st. Funeral notice later.
BROCKHOFF At Oswego. Oregon, August
1. Edna Katherlne tsrocsnon. w ox
years, wife of William Brockhoff. The
remains are at Finley's. Montgomery at
5th. Notice of funeral hereafter.
MILLER In this city, August 1, Milledge
Cecelia Miller, aged 70 years. Remains
are at the funeral parlors of A. D. Ken
worthy & Co., 0S02-O4 U2d st. S. E., in
FIXNTGAN At the residence. 3'JO hailing
street. July SU. Jsaoeil u innigan, ascti i -
years beloved mother of Louis, Emma
and Joneth Finnigan, all of this city.
William Finnigan of Laurel, Or., sister
of Mrs. Josephine Biersdorf of this city
and Mrs. Louise Desvaux of Missouri.
Funeral cortege will leave the chapel
of Miller & Tracey today (Monday),
August 2. at 8:30 A. M.. thence to St.
Mary's church, Williams avenue and
Stanton street. Requiem mass will be
offered at 9 A. M. Interment Mt. Olive
cemetery at Laurel, Or.
MACKEY Tn this city. August 1. at her
late residence, 17i5 Newman St.. Pluma
H. Mackev, aged 63 years, mother of
Mrs. Thomas Day, Mrs. Francis Thomp
son and Herbert Mackey. Portland; W.
A. Mackey, Alameda. Cal.; J. J. Mackey,
Cape Horn. Wash.; Mrs. Laura Kerri
gan, Tacoma, Wash., and Miss Elizabeth
Mackev. Bremerton. Waph. The funeral
services will be held Tuesday evening
at 8 o'clock at Finley's Montgomery at
r.th. Friends invited. Interment at
GEE In this city. July 31. Frank I. Gee,
aged 34 - years 2 months 24 days, be
loved son of Elizabeth and T. I Gee,
hrother of Fred R. Gee and Maud I.
Ulrich of this city. Funeral services
will be held from the conservatory
chapel of the East Side Funeral Direc
r 414 F.Hst Alder street, tomorrow
(Monday). August 2. at 2 P. M. Inter-
merit Lone Fir cemetery. Friends In
vited. Deceased was a member of camp
No. 77. W. O. W.
GREEN In this city, July 31, Winston
Manning Green. aed 12 years. Deiovea
son of Rev. and Mrs. Axel M. Green,
Kmther of Morton tireen. r uneral serv
Ices will be conducted Tuesday. August
t oi " p f . from the Auaustana Lu
theran church, corner Rodney ave. and
Stanton st. Friends invited. Interment
Rose City cemetery. Remains at Pear
son's undertaking parlors, Russell st. at
rnvsTnrk' In this cltv. July 31. 1ft20,
Martha P. J. Corastock. aged 82 years
4 months beloved mother of Mrs. A. D.
Charlton. Mrs. T. B. Howes and Mrs.
-T H Mackenzie of this city. Funeral
services will be held at the residence
of A. D. Charlton. 400 Vista avenue
tomorrow (Tuesday), Aug-ust 3, at 2:rJ0
P M. Friends invited to the home;
services at the grave private,
PAPPKNFUS Funeral of the late Eul
Pappenfus, aged 26 years, beloved wife
of Joseoh V. Papoenfus. will be held
from the new residential funeral parlors
of Dunning & McEntee. Morrison at 12th
sts., Tuesday, August at e:-. a. m.
thence to cathedral. 15th and Davis sts,
where requiem mass will be offered at
A. M. tf rienas invuea 10 attena. n'
terment M,t. Calvary cemetery.
MANN At the residence, 1307 Corbett
street. July all. Marearet E. Mann, aged
11 months, beloved infant daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. S. w. Mann. . unerai
services will be held today (Monday),
A u rust. 2. at 3 P. M.. at the above resl
dence. Interment at Rose City Park
cemetery. Arrangements in care of
Miller & Tracey.
LEVY In this city. July St. Sam J. Levy,
brother of Mr?. Dora bnemanskt, Mrs..
H. Blatt and Miss Tillie Levy. Funeral
services at 1 :30 P. M.. Monday. August
2. from Holman's parlors. Third and
Salmon streets. San Francisco papers
HADSALL In this city. August 1. Cath
erine Hadsau. aged foi years, ne oi
Mark J. Hadsall. of Astoria, Oregon
The remains will be forwarded tod
(Mondavi bv J. P. Finley & Son. to Eu
eene. Oregon, where services will be
held and interment made.
PAYNE In this city, August 1, at the
residence of A. W. Payne. 7S1 Lovejoy
st.. Arthur Payne, aged ,'2 years. The
funeral services will be held today (Mon
dav). at 1 o'clock P. M. at Finley's.
Montgomery at 5th. Concluding services
at the Portland crematorium.
FRENCH At bis late residence. East
Sixtieth street north, Miner irencu,
aged 60 years. Funeral service will be
held at P- L. Lerch s undertaking p;
lnrs. East Eleventh and Clay streets.
tomorrow (Tuesday) at 2 P. M. Friends
ROOK The funeral services for Michael,
acred 3 2 years, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Michael ook, of 662 Delay st., will be
held at 9 A. M. today (Monday) at
St. Joseoh's church. Kith and Couch sts.
Interment Multnomah cemetery. Cham
bers company, directors.
JASMANN In this city. July 31. Michael
Jasmann. agea b years. r uneral serv
ices will be held tomorrow (Tuesdav)
August 3, at 2 P. M., at the chapel of
Miller & Tracey. Interment Rose City
HODGDON The funeral services of the
late Margaret Torgler Hodgdon will be
held today (Monday). August 2. at 2:30
o clock r. m. at r miey s .Montgomery
5th. Friends invited. Incineration, Port
McRAE The funeral servl(a f the late
Ernestine McRae will b held today
Monday), August- 2. at 10:30 o'clock
A. M.. -at Finley's, Montgomery at 5th.
Friends invited. Interment Riverview
Phone Your Want Ads to
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information, telephone The Oregonian, Main 7070 or A 6095, House 29.
JULIUS R. BLACK, public accountant, au
ditor, accounting eyaletna opened, main
tained; income t.x service; references.
Concord bldg.. 2d and Stark. Main 74,3.
LADIUS' tailoring. Perfect fitting: work
guar. 1. Reubin. 408 Bush A Lane bldg.
ASSAVEBS AND ANALYSTS.
MONTANA ASSAY OFFICE. 142 8econd
lold. sliver and platinum Dougnt.
ALTOS FOR HIKE.
AUTOS FOR HIRE.
1918 Fierce-Arrow by hour, day or
month; long trips a specialty. Jock
Houston. Broadway 334. Main 7350.
DR. McMAHON'S sanitary baths. Always
reaay. steam snowers. plunges, tuva.
Necessaries furnished. Rubdowns and
massage when desired. Service and
prices cannot be beat. S. W. cor. 4th
and Wash. Tell your frlenda.
CHIROPRACTIC steam baths and mas
sage, jutn Xloor ttroaaway Diag. mar
shall 3187. Dr. Laura E. Downing.
FLUFF RUGS FROM OLD CARPETS
Rag rugs all sizes Mail orders prompt.
bend lor booKlet.
8x12 rugs steam or dry cleaned, $L60.
FLUFF RUG CO.,
B4-66 Union N. E. 6515, E. 7655. B 475.
FI.L'KF OR RAG RUGS.
WOVEN ALL SIZES.
WRITE OR CALL
PORTLAND RUG CO.
THE IRWIN-HODSON COM PANT.
8S7 Washington. Broadway 434, A 1254
FPCT UIIDT c
lfc.tB IIWIII specialist; corns, bunions.
foot arches made to order. 311 Swetland
building. 6th and Washington. Main 1081
DR. O. O. FLETCHER Foot troubles
scientifically corrected. Lady assistant.
o, Morgan Dldg. Main bioll.
DR. B. LOUISE COX. chiropodist. 10 A. M.
to o f. jm. 438 Morgan bldg. Maln44U8.
CHIROPODISTS ARCH SPECIALISTS.
WILLIAM. Estelln unrl FMorelln T Venev
the only scientific chiropodists and arch
specialists In the city. Parlors 302 Ger-
linger bldg., s. W. cor. 2d and Alder.
fnone Main 1301.
300.OO0 KNOW McMahon, 10O5 chiroprao-
i.oi-. i nrongs pronounce treatment best.
BISHOP. rHIMXET RWKWP
Furnace smokes through registers, needs
repairing or cleaning J l aoor at3.
NETH & CO.. Worcester bldg. Main 1796.
ro collections, no charge, istab. IDOO.
DPMTIQTRY DR.A. W. KEENE, 35H4
wkii iiwiii Washington 8t Without
yixtn. nerve-oiocKing method.
BERKELEY dandnr arademv nrlni. t
. V. latest steps, Jazz steps
1ubi "j ui proiessionai leacners. M
and Mrs. Summers. 120 4th. Main 3311
MKS. BATH. 208 Dekum bids:. Prlv.ta
""Q''" oay ana evening. Alain 1345.
DOG AND CAT HOSPITAL.
ROSE CITY VETERINARY HOSPITAL.
o-Irt a? A unl- r.asi is4t ana
- j.uss anq norses Clipped,
H. M. H. ELECTRIC CO.
-fl 1 t., roniana, or. Ke-
LVSll winding and electrical repair-
sf . VT .
lj ' oin,' 17. c w or usea
motors, Bdwy. 1045. A 1046.
ENGINEERS AND MILL SUPPLIES.
THE M. L. KLINE CO.. 84-88-87-83 FRONT
PACIFIC GRAIN CO.. Board of Trade bldg.
HATS AND CAPS.
THANH AUSER HAT CO.. 53-55 Front at.
PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS. -
W. P. FULLER & CO.. Front and Morrison.
RASMUSSEN & CO.. Second and Taylor.
LIMOUSINES for funeral services. JONES
AUTO LlVSnt. gananAbu
PORTLAND MARBLE WORKS
t Tonith St.. Opt. City Hall,
B LAPSING GRANITE CO.
ij Portland Hotri Mat.753
7l'.if7 348 MorrisonSt."
sropes - ' BetBrdwytPark Mar.257
charge Accounts soneiiea.
Smith's Flower Shop
Portland's progressive florist. We special
ize In funeral designs. 141 Sixth, op
poslte Meier & Frank's. Main 7215.
MARTIN & FORBES CO,
Florists. 354 Washington.
Flowers for all occasions
CLARKE BROS., florists. 287 Morrlsoo sL
Main 7709. Fine iiowers ana iiorai ae
signs. No branch stores.
TONSETH FLORAL CO.. 287 Washington
st., bet. 4th and otn. Aiain oiuz. a xivl.
Dunning & McEntee
Now located in their new residential fu
neral home, Morrison at Jtn, west sice.
Phone Broadway 430. Automatic 545-3&.
The uneral tioine or nciinemeiu
mud Distinctive Service.
Note We have no branches nor any con
nections wnatever wiin any otner
EDWARD HOLM AN
Third and Salmon Streets. Main 07.
MILLER & TRACEY
Perfect Funeral Service for Less.
Independent Funeral Directors,
Washington Street. Between UOth and
21st Streets. West. Sid.
Main 2691. Auto. 578-85.
McENTEE & EILERS
Funeral parlors with all the privacy of
a home. ltith and Everett Sts. Phone
Broadway -'1)3. Automatic 521-33.
J. P. FINLEY & SOJN
Slain 9 Montgomery at Fifth.
F. S. DUNNING. INC
414 E. Alder. Phone East 52.
Perfect service, persooai direction, free
use of floral- chapel and auto equipment.
DOWNING & McNEMAR
Successors to Wilson c Ross. Multnoman
t tiast 7th. Esst 54. Irvington district.
i. I T T7"r ptr E. Eleventh and Clay.
IT. Aj. J-iHiJS.X1 i-ast -81. Tabor 1S33.
A. D. KEN WORTH Y & CO..
5S02-4 9 St.. Lents. Tabor 526T.
I.MlIPCn XT Twelfth and Morrison Sta
Hiiil-OUiV Broadway 2534.
An 7C I rn pn 592 Williams ave.
111 IXLLLn UUt East 10SS. C 1083.
BREEZE & SNOOK LSIWm.
t SKEWES UNDERTAKING COMPANY. 3d
and Clay. M. 41i2. A 2:131. Lady Asatstant.
Phone your want ads to The Ores;o-
I nian. Main 7070, Automatic 560-95.
Sougbt and Sold.
NICHOLS ELECTRIC WORKS,
Phone o7-27. 4Sis 1st at. M. Mil.
H EM ST1TC HON G.
T. D. HEMSTITCHING shop; superior
work, prompt service. Room els Oregon
Ellers bldg.. j7 ft Washington st-
OPTOMETRISTS AND OPTICIANS
GLASSES AT A SAVING.
I solicit your patronage on th
hJi nf r-Bnartl larvlce. ThOU-
kanda of Kja.Lii.fied customer. A
trial will conviuc you. Charles W. Good
man, optometrist. 20J Morrison. M. 2124.
GKARGE RUBENSTE1N. the veteran op
tician, is an expert eye fitter, ana nis
charges are very reasonable; ati taction
guaranteed. 22C ilorriaoa at., near 2d.
FAINTING AND F A PE KHAN G IN ii.
DEPENDABLE nous painting,
paper hauging. TaOur 2l7.
PAINTING, paperhaning. John C. Con-
iiteK. lbia at. iroaaway
PAINTING. PA PL KINO AND TINTING.
PA1NTLNG. papering and tinting; good
work, reasonable. Eat d4io.
PATENTS Our practice has extended
over a period of 4o years. All communi
cations strictly connaentiai ; prompt, ef
ficient, conscientious service; handbook
free on request. MU.NN & CO.. patent
attorneys. San Francisco office, liobart
bldg., 5&2 Market st.; Chicago office,
room 8lo Tower bldg. ; Washington of
fice, room 103, 25 b" St.; New Yor
office. Wool worth bldg.
H. C WKlviHT -2 years' expsrienca U. S.
ana loreiga p.lenu. Wl ucum oma-
DR.-R. A. FHIUL.IPS. Broadway bldr,
rheumatism, stamacn. bowel, luns. liver.
kidney, bladder, rectal, prostate, female
disorders, .kin affections, blood pressure.
enlarged tonsils, moles, blrtn maraa.
boilers. 30, 4U. 120 gal.
ltis King. Main las.
PLUMBLNG SUl'PL.Ifcio AT WHOLESALE
prices. Sta.ra-Lavls Co.. 10s .tn. Ja. tsi.
PLLilBING supplies at wnolesai prices.
A. Li. uowara. 2oU 3d si.
HIP DIIV and sell used printing ma
UC DDI chinery and equipment.
j. 1. uaiaweu, inc., 01 -a st.
DDIUTIUR K. W. BALTES & COMPANY,
I IIIII I IIIU First and Uak. Main 165; 51161
X.EV1N HARDWARE sc FURNITURE CO.
2X1 FRONT ST.
We buy and sell everything .in the
hardware and furniture lice. Phone
OREGON TRADEMARK BUREAU. 601
Dekum bldg. U. S.. foreign trademarks.
TRANSFER AND STORAGE.
OREGON AUTO DESPATCH
Thirteenth and Kearney.
Motor and horse equipment; any ca
pacity. Moving, packing, storage.
PHONE BDWY. 3309-
OREGON TRANSFER CO.. 474 Glisan at.,
corner 13th. Phone Broadway 1281 or
llt9. We own and operate two large
ciass A warenouses on terminal trades.
Lowest Insurance rates in the city.
PACKING. MOVING. STORAGE.
SECURITY STORAGE & TRANSFER
CO., 1U3 PARK. ST. Main 61i-. A 1051.
HIDES. WOOL AND CASCARA BARK.
KAHN BROTHERS, 195 Front st.
PLUMBING SUPPLIES AND PIPE.
THE M. L. KLINE CO.. 84-86-87-89 Front.
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
KVERDINO & FARRELL. 140 Front St.
SASH. POORS AND GLASS.
W. P. FULLER & CO.. Front and Morrison.
ROPE AND BINDER TWIN E.
Portland Cordage Co.. 14th and Northrup.
OREGON HUMANE SOCIET
7 .iT c.i,, ,.fi. unices, room loo
courthouse. Phone Main 378 from
I A. M. t ( P M
nj?1!)001? hSs ful1 charl?e t the city
L.,..j V.L "vfiihj, ooo voiumDia DOU
ioarU. phne any time. W o o d 1 awi
T?gs Ior ?ale- Horse ambulance
8'Fk or ,J'sbled horses. Small
animals painlessly electrocuted where
necessary and stray animals cared
? , d.ead animals, cows, horses,
etc. picked up free of charge.
Concreta store building-, equipped
with machinery for separating;, clean
ing; and grinding grain.
Also warehouse and Rood dwelling
house in town of Dayton. Oregon.
Price J8000. Terms. 8
Also hotel building, five level lota.
Dayton. Oregon. Price $1800.
Also 93 acres. 66 acres In cultiva
tion, guuu nuuaings, orchard, varv
BOX 132. DAYTON, OREGON.
Send Us Your Old Carpets
We Call and Deliver.)
Old Rags and Woolen Clothing.
We Make Reversible. Hand-Wove
Koom-SIxe Fluff Ran Woven. S17.M
Baa- Ron Wo.en All Sizes.
Clothes Cleaning; and Dyelna Dents.
Mail Orders Send for Booklet.
xlS Rusts. Steam Cleaned. S1.S0.
VTESTKRN Fl.L'KF RTJO CO
6 Union Ave. N.
Phones. East 6S16 and East 7655.
WB CALL FOR YOUR OLD
ngs and Woolen Clothing:.
All Work Turned Oat Promptly
Raff Rnsi Woven All Sixes
Mail Orders. Send for Booklet.
Carp eta Cleaned. Laid and
NORTHWEST RUG CO
1SS Eait 8ta St.
EXKCCTOR9 AND ADMINIS
TRATORS Will rind Onr Thrlce-Seenred
exceptional investments for trust
funds. Aot n foreclosure In twen
FEAR A (iRAY,
Puoue Main 33. 102 Fourth St.
Edward E.Goudey Co.
United states Bank. AiuUdlnn.
Houses w Garages b
In built 4-foot sec
tiona ready and
easy to put lo
Jk lirfLelaas hoas or ajaras; di
rect from th factory at a Ci HEAT
SAVING. You P.y no middlaman
prottt. Write for catalog.
Redimade Building Co.
wi aewnB and juaruet,
S blocks south Hawthorn.
rnoit avaas ai i. rartiand.
Lowest Interest rates i tnstallment r
ay meats If desired. Balldlns; loams I
ms.de. So delay la clusina; I
A. H. BIRRELL GO.
117-219 Northwestern Bank BuLldlnz.
For Sale Flat and Apartment Property. I
BUY a home and have Incomo at sami
time. I have two small apartment hout.es
in irvingion ior uaie at J17.000 and !
io,wu; iirsx.-ciaKS in eery respect, li.
j. u rseii. iii tiosra or Trade.
For baie Brach Property.
CHOICE BEACH LOT.
Painting; and Paperhansinc
and furnish material. .
Lot located in Tillamook beach (Salt-
air), near station and ocean. A.K. 760,
FOR SALE Or will rent or lease two
choice lots. OOX140 feet at Tillamook
beach, on board walk, county road and I
raiiroaa; near aance pavilion and noteL ,
Nearly 2 acres, beautiful ahada
trees, this is Just like a park,
stream on, north of property, cor
ner tract, wonderful view of val
ley and ML Hood; total price $1804.
J. 1 HARTMAN COMPANY. 8
Chamber of Commerce bids- Main
OR SAL. fit By owner, beautiful corner
lot In B, C. park, lacius Sandy. Main I
$300 GETS 2 good level lots near Lents;
shade trees, school. Main obz, Alc-
Kariand, Falling' bldg-.
LAURELHURST Desirable lot, Hoyt,
near Jod st. flOoO cash if taken at once.
By owner. Bdwy. 144J. room 18.
FOUR fine lots, 50x100. Improved streets'.
5L'500. A u ooo. urefonian.
2-STORY bungalow, Hawthorne district.
corner lot; hardwood floors in reception
halt, living and dining room; built-in
buffet ; large Dutch kitchen ; fireplace;
full cement basement. A new garage I
. with a level front cement driveway.
Everything first-class. Price $6000. Cash
or terms. Call room 40!i & wet land blug.
fhone Main 4334.
An excemional buy In a 6-room house:
hardwood floors. magnificent buffet, I
fireplace, furnace, beautiful interior tin- I
tsn; line location: now vacant; no incum
brances; price $7.0U; $L5uO cash will I
handle. J. A. McCARTY. iTTo Stark
st. Main 1700; evenings. Tabor M)57.
6-room. tiled bath, large attic, 2 fire
places, beautiful view, lot 7.1x100. Price
$6700. $1200 will handle. Mala 11-8.
Fine view, beautiful grounds, strictly
modern residence; 4 lovely bedrooms,
tiled bath, sleeping porch, '2 fireplaces.
maid's room and bath; hot water heat.
garage; $a.tMu ; ha i r cash.
FUINDKXTER, 208 Selling Bldg.
Main 1M. Residence Ea.st 771.
A REA1 BARGAIN
in a 6-room houue. located at Mt. Tabor,
just north, ot Park; lull basement, f ur- I
nace, laundry trays, fine fixtures; lots I
of built-ins; lot 50xl3o. gjaragre. bard
surface street; first time uftered fori
Sale. J. A. McCARTY. 170 Stark st.
Alain 170O; evenings. Tabor 5057.
DO you want to save agent's commission?
Then buy rrom owner. Attractive inv-
tngton home, hardwood floors. Imported
tapestry paper, tirepiace, lurnace, s;a-
rage. nico shrubbery. 7 rooms. a!o I
maid's room; no agents. Write for
pointment. G Uregonlan.
2-room shack, acreened-in back porch:
lot 50xt.", some fruit, garden; a bias, to I
car. Only $1250, 2iM cash, baU 2 I
month ana interest.
GIBSON, 26S Stark st. Marshall 32.
If you own a lot we will secure th
money anjd build for you; terms like I
rent; call and see us.
BUILDERS' REALTY KXCHANGE.
6111 Morgan Bldg. Main 2035.
Walk ins distance, east side. 4 bed
rooms, Gasco furnace, garagav full base- 1
FOI VDEXTER, 208 Selling Bldg.
Main 1H0O. Residence East 6771.
ROSE CITY PARK BUNGALOW.
Strictly modern 5 rooms, fin fix
tures. shades, drapes, linoleum on the
kitchen and bath; excetlent -location, full
lot. all Improvements paid; garage.
$31150, terms. Tabor 892.
$2750 6-ROOM cottage, large full lot.
DcRUUIUI view, HMinius uisiaiitc, iiroa
than one mile from P. O., west aide at
the head of Sheridan st. No car fare,
no bridges to cross. Inquire owner. 328
BY OWN EU .Tust completed. ."ire
place, breakfast nook, built-in effects,
cement base-ncnt, laundry trays; large
lot. block from car. $.i7f.0. Terms.
Automatic 327-45 Bdwy. 626.
BY OWNER, cosy 3-room cottage, fur-
nlshea; large rooms, pan try, eiec, tine
lot 40x100; good location ; fruit, berries,
flowers: 1H blocks from Alberta car;
reasonable. DUO E. 24th sL N. Wdln.
FOR SALE at Gresham, Or., 7-room house,
modem in every way; all new finish. 'at
a great sacrifice. You could not buy the
material for what I am asking fof the
nouse and lot. A. W. Regner, owner, 534
E. Burnside, city.
All modern conveniences, 34 blocks to
car; price $3200: small payment down,
easy terms on balance-. Mr. Fischer,
Main 542t. 248 Stark et.
FOR SALE In beautiful Mt. Tabor dis
trict. 5-room cottage on 150x140 lot. near
car line, some fruit and nuts, paved
streets, one lot 50x100 In suburbs as part
navment. Phone Tabor 9216.
BY OWNER. Rose City Park. 5 rooms
with deeping porch, hardwood floors
throughout, modern In every respect.
704 E. 5Sth st. North. Price $5000. on
6-ROOM modern house H block S. of
Hawthorne; garage, narawooa floors,
furnace and built-ins; will sacrifice for
$470O if sold tms week: terms: no
agents. 30 b. oin eu xaoor 05.
II- YOU are looking for a home, see this
modern 7-room bouse; 4 bedrooms, fine
hardwood floors, buffet, furnace Can
jive tmmeoiate possession, u aoor 6.J10.
COMPLETE home. K4 irst St.. worth
s'4000. will take $3.vx, on buyer's terms.
Call Sell. 66 or write Matt Lang, 563
MitwauKle Street.. tw utrr.
tayOO Well-built, 7-room house, fine lot,
Sell wood. An exceptional bargain.
terms. Inquire of D. W. Marsh,
4Uo mcmi) oiu. wain va-.
ATTORN EY authorised to sacrifice 8-
room. hot water heat, three lots, 30 th
and East Salmon, for $4500; worth S6A00.
No agents, no unmi iamn. 31 ain n 1 Vii
vi 11 SA LE 5-room bungalow; a inau
owner leaving city; terms. Wood-
lawn 45 S.
A fine home in good condition,
evenings. 87 Castle a.e.
Ior Sale Houses.
LARGEST HOME SELLERS ON THS
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FRANK 1a. McGUIRE
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Because It Is the ORIGINAL SU
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Our IS autos and courteous eiMriinil
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L L.M.NU AND SUNDAYS.
ROPK PITT KPrPt A T.
$4J0O A ROSE CITY WITH EVERT.
THING IN IT On beautiful Wis
teria avenue, .lust 1 block from
Alameda. Ideally located In the
cool shade of giant trees, is this
6-room. oi&tlnctit e t pc . home;
homey living room with book
cases and lireplace; mamlve buf
fet tn paneled dnllng reum; ideal
Dutch kitchen ; HARD VVuOD
FlOORS; sleeping porch; full
concrete basement ; ilemlid fur
nace. CAN YOU THINK OF
ANYTHING ELSE? This Is the
dtrict you want, the home you'll
like, and the PRICE VoU CAN
PAY'. I honestly believe it Is
the BIGGKST BUY IN ROSE
32o0 On the meat slope of beautiful
Mt. Tabor, on a ."6xlSo fcot, is
this 5-room modern bungalow;
Idea! -floor plan; white enamel
plumbing, electricity, gas; full
cement basement; lots of fruit :
paved street; A SMALL DOWN
PAYMENT and its yours. Sal
mon, corner A 1st. THIS Ba R
GALN DEFIES COMPETITION.
$2950 Or. Russett street, near Rodney,
jmoi uiucks on imon avenue,
among the cool fir trees, is this
very artistic, typical bungalow;
tarpe vine-covered front porch ;
attractive living room with
cheery , fireplace; dining room
ith massive buffet: white Dutch
kitchen; white enamel plumbing;
electricity and gas; lull lot with .
a wilderness of berries and
flowers; TERMS. This Is AN
80 ALBERTA HOMES SO
$-(0 HE RE'S UNUSUAL ALBERTA
v ALLh! tt rooms. low rambling
bungalow, very attractive and
useful built-in; best white
enamel plumbing, electricity, gas,
garage, full lot. E. 224, near Al
berta. block to car. TERMS.
$1S00 A bargain In 5-room ALBERTA
xju.ivj.iww toi i . (j t. ; white
enamel plumbing, electricity, gaa.
$2995 Breathing the quiet, comfortable
essence of home, is this shingled
HAWTHORNE bungalow. 5 airy
rooms, convenient and practical;
best white enamel plumbing, elec
tricity, gas, 00x1 -'5 with fruit,
berries, etc.. paved street liens
paid. E. Yamhill, close to car
and school. EASY TERMS. Be
fore you buy a home, we suggest
looKing over our 14o Hawthornes
Perhaps "it's" there.
2600 Unusual SELLWOOD BUNGA
LOW! 5 coo;, airy rooms, nice
Dutch kitchen, 2 sunny bedrooms,
full cement basement. white
enamel plumbing, electric. tv, Kas,
full lot with liens paid. Terms.
EUis ave., near Milwaukie. LOOK
AT THIS TODAY!
YOU CAN'T EQUAL THIS.
$260 Very artistic, practical, substan
tial 5-room modern home on Cook
ave. Just 1 block north of Union.
White enamel plumbing, electric
ity. gas, ail liens paid. Only $.i00
down. REST EASIER THAN
RENT. If you haven't the $500,
we will help you to make the first
payment. This is a wonderful
bargain. LET US PROVE IT TO
Our great showroom with over 10OO
photographs of homes for sale Is the
Mecca for all home-seekers. If you're
looking for a home, it's worth your while
to investigate our REMARKABLE DIS
FRANK L. McGUIRE.
To Buy Your Home.
Ablngton bldg. Main 1063.
lot.'? ad sA., bet. Wash, and Stark.
MODERN 8-ROOM HOME.
FOUR LARGE BEDROOMS.
Located on corner lot with all street
Imp. in and paid, absolutely modern
home, best grade hardwood floors and
very fine woodwork, large living room,
fireplace, bookcases, reception hall and
cloak closet with beveled, plate mirror
door, fine large dining room with ex
pensive built-in buffet, Dutch kitchen,
sewing room, den, toilet on first floor,
4 large corner bedrooms, bath and toilet,
full cement basement. furnace. wash
trays. This house cannot be built for
less than $6500; ordered sold by non-resident
owner for $47Ti(j ; terms.
212 Railway Exch. bldg. Main 7Z2.
7-ROOM! COLONIAL BUNGALOW.
KOtiE CITY PARK $9000.
A rtistieaily designed, hardwood
floor th rough out, 2 bathrooms,
steam and shower room, breakfast
Uiotr. mahogany buffet and book-
cases, real tapestry decorations.
larg cement port-lies,' sun porch
upstairs: terms. J. L. HARTMAN
Cu.l PAN Y . a C ham ber of Com.
bld Main 203.
$6900 HOT WATER HEAT.
5 rooms and breafast diner.
artistically designed; French tile
lirepla.ee, bookuaes, leaded glas
buffet; this is a bargain; $1500
cash, immediate possession. J. L.
HARTMAN COMPANV. a chamber
of Com. bldg-. Main 204
65xlOO, PRICE $5750.
Fine 8 -room modern house. Just like
new and doubly constructed through
out. A fine assortment of bearing fruit
and berries, hard-surfaced street in and
paid for In full. If you mean business
call us up and we will call for you wltb
auto and show the property. Some terms
if desired. Ask for Mr. Fulton. .Sunday
or evenings call Broadway 3089.
514 Swetland Bldg..
MarshaU 12o5 or Mat-shall 30S9.
FINE VIEW OF MOUNTAINS.
Lovely 8-room residence, lot 72x123,
fruit, berries, nuts. Here's positively a
great bargain for $450u, very easy terms.
New pipe less furnace, $200 electric range,
gas water heater, buffet; better construc
tion than nine out ot ten houses you'll
find. Be sure to see 35 East 55th N.a
4 blocks south of Montavilla car. Ta
bor 84, forenoons.
MY LOSS YOUR GAIN.
I must sell my new bungalow in Rose
City, built last year; cost me $5UOO,
cement basemen t, fireplace, hard wood
floors, built-in bookcase, buffet, cabinet
kitchen; 2 bedrooms, bath, den; very
large, attic, could make three bedrooms.
Corner lot. garage. Possession August 6.
Am non-resident. See my agent, make
GIBSON. 26S Stark St. Marshall 12.
LAURELHURST. 6 ROOMS,
HOT WATER HBAt
Swell 6-'oora house, strictly modern In
every particular; hot water heat, fire
place oak floors, buffet, bookcases,
Dutch kitchen, full cement basement,
trays, garage; nothing mitslng to make
a complete home and in first-class con
dition ; no repairs needed ; price $7500.
about $4000 cash required. For sale by
owner. Tabor 3253. No agents.
FINE CORNER LOT. 9-room house. 5
bedrooms; might consider smaller place
or give easy 'a rms.
POIN DEXTER, 208 Selling Bldg.
Main 1K00. Residence East 6771.
FINE CORNER, 5-ROOM HOME.
On hard street, close to car. school
and church; large garden, bearing fruit,
walnuts and berries. $2450, terms. Tabor
i-ROOM bungalow, all new, modern, cor.
5th and C, Oswego; home vacant; light,
gas, water: -asy .terms. For particulars
call East 675..
3-ROOM house, half block to car; bath -and
pantry, cement basement, electricity
and sat 40xlon lot; terms like rent,
owner, Wdln. 44!.
5-room modern bungalow, 596
ave.. Sell wood car. D. C.
owner. Sell wood 1703.
IF YOU want a good 4 or 5-room houe at
the right price and terms phone Mar
shall 2U03. C. V. Smock.
$;.." H-ROOM nifty bungalow, fireplace,
modern, new. Irvington Park. 5O3.10O
block to car. $R.".n rayli. Main 4Sfi:;.
6 FLATS. $115 income walking distance.
$7250. terms 1-3 ca?-h. Piaee will pay
baU Phone Main 3737.