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THE MORNING OREGONIAN, SATURDAY, JULY 29, 1922
' ON CIRCUIT BILL
Night Falls Before Circuit
Programme Is Completed.
DRIVER HAS BAD FALL
O. P. Erskine Wins Two of Four
Events and Figures
Spill in 2:06 Pace
COLUMBUS, O., July 28. (By the
Associated Press.) Delayed two
hours on account of a heavy shower
at 2 o'clock, racing on the final
day's programme of the mid-summer
Grand circuit meeting was not con
cluded until almost nightfall. Four
class events made up the card.
O. P. Erskine won two of the four
races and figured in a spill in the
2:06 pace besides. He piloted Ar
nold Frisco to victory in the 2:14
trot and Signal Peter in the 2:10
trot. Driver Berry, behind Parker
Boy,' collided wjth Charley Sweet's
bike in turning to score for the
third heat of the 2:06 pace and
Erskine was thrown to the ground.
Beyond some scratches he was un
injured. The pacer, although un
hurt, was drawn for the final heat
and Erskine turned Arnold Frisco
over to Stokes for the final heat of
the 2:14 trot.
Jackson Gratton won the 2:06
pace in straight heats with Edna
Early setting the pace in each pace
to the three-quarter pole, where Cox
started his successful drives. All
of the heats were paced in better
Lady Heir defeated a small field
of 2:10 pacers after Jakie O'Connor,
a recruit from the halt-mile track,
won the first heat.
After the concluding heat the
judges made announcement of their
decision in the Valentine-Cox in
cident of Wednesday, wten the for
mer hit Cox and his horse, Mc
Gregor the Great, with a whip after
the final heat of the. 2:08 trot. Mr.
Cox requested that Mr. Valentine be
"let off easy," as it was a personal
matter, The judges placed Valen
tine on his good behavior, without
fine or suspension.
SOME CRITICS FOR LEW
TEXDLER IS SAID TO HAVE
Others Say Leonard Won by
Shade Majority Give Go
to Lightweight King.
(By Chicago Tribune Leased Wire.)
SEW YOKK, July 2e While all
the regular morning newspaper
fight reporters, fresh from Boyle's
Thirty Acres, gave Benny Leonard a
narrow shade over Lew Tendler,
three of the experts writing for this
afternoon's papers credit Tendler
with a draw. -
Here is a summary of what the
critics say: ,
Vincent Treanor, Evening World
It was a draw.
Sam Taub, Morning Telegraph
Leonard won by a shade.
George Underwood, Evening Tele
gram A draw.
James K. . McGuinnes, Evening
Telegram A draw.
Fred Keats, livening Sun Leon
ard won by a shade.
Associated Press In opinion of
majority of sport writers at the
ringside, Leonard had a narrow
Igoe, Morning World Leonard
won on points.
Heywood Broun, Morning World
Leonard deserved decision.
W. O. McGeehan, Herald Leonard
had to fight at top speed all the
way to win on points.
Jack Lawrence, 'Tribune Leonard
demonstrated his superiority over
Tendler. There was no doubt of the
Daily News Leonard defeated
New York Times Leonard was
W. H. Hicks, Evening Journal
Leonard won by just a bare shade.
Among the "outsiders" reporting
the fight and giving their opinions
Grantland Rice, writing in New
York Tribune "After 12 slugging
tearing rounds, Tendler stood on
even terms with the champion."
James J. Corbett, New York Amer
ican and Universal Service "Ten
dler won by a shade. Had I been
referee and allowed to give decision
Tendler would now be champion."
Keferee Harry Ertle (in Morning
World) "Leonard won."
MIQUE FISHER IX PORTLAND
Es-Owner or Tacoma Tigers in
Market for Portland Club.
Mique Fisher, once owner of the
Tacoma Tigers In early coast league
days, is in Portland. His errand.
on his own statement last night, is-
to endeavor to purchase the Port
"I managed the champion Tacoma
Tigers in 1904 and 1905 I guess
there still are a few folks here who
will remember that team," said
Fisher last night. "The club was
transferred to Fresno In 1906 and
then came the San Francisco earth
quake shortly after. Not long after
that I was eypped out of the fran
chise. Now I operate a big dancing
pavilion in Oakland.
"If Bill Klepper wants to sell I
would like to talk business with
him, though it probably will be
news to him that I am in the mar
ket" Asked if he would oppose William
H. McCarthy, the coast league pres
ident, to the bitter end if he should
be able to buy tHe franchise, th
sina -qua non without which no
purchaser here would be welcomed,
Fisher was noncommittal.
AMERICAN OARSMEN WIN
Three of Principal Events Taken
at Races in Canada.
ST. CATHERINES, Ont., July 28.
American oarsmen were victorious
today in three of the principal
events on the programme of the
Canadian Henley races.
It. Sherman, crack sculler of the
West Side boat club of Buffalo,
captured the Junior singles, the four
oared shell of the same club finished
first in the 140-pound class, and the
Detroit boat club's eight won from
four rival Canadian boats in the
The race in which Detroit's crew
was victorious brought out the
keenest contest of the day. Eights
representing Don rowing club, To-
ronto; La Chine rowing club, Mon
treal; University of Toronto, and
Argonaut rowing club, Toronto, also
went to the starting line. Detroit
jumped into the lead, finishing a
half length ahead of the Don. La
Chine was third and the University
of Toronto fourth by a margin of a i
few feet over the Argonauts. The
time for the course of a mile and
550 yards was 7:1.
Four American scullers followed
John . Ingham of the Dons, winner
in the 140-pound singles over the
Henley distance. They finished as
follows: J. P. Hunn, . Philadelphia,
second; William Haynes, New Tork,
third; W. H. Gridley, Detroit,
fourth, and H. F. Nicholson, Niagara.
Haynes finished fourth in the 130
pound singles over 1 miles. The
winner was R.- J. Clench of St. Cath
erines, and the time 10:22 2-5.
RICHARDS WIXS TEJfXIS PLAY
Howard Kinsey Defeated in Met
NEW YORK, July -28. Vincent
Richards of Yonkers won the Met
ropolitan tennis singles champion
ship from Howard Kinsey of San
Francisco on the Crescent Athletic
club courts, Brooklyn, today, 6-2,
Robert and Howard Kinsey of
San Francisco, -winners of the dou
bles title last year, advanced to the
fifth round by virtue of defaults in
the second and fourth and a victory
in the third bracket over Henry
Mollenhauer and R. B. Bennett, New
York, 6-3,. 6-8.
Other prominent doubles teams to
advance through the third round in
cluded S. Kaehio and Z. Shimidzu,
the Japanese stars, and Sam Hardy
and S. H. Voshell of New York.
GATE BELOW EXPECTATIONS
Receipts From Leonard-Tendler
(By Chicago Tribune Leased Wire.)
NEW YORK, July 28. Although
the Benny Leonard-Lew Tendler
world's lightweight championship
bout far surpassed any other light
weight title in ring history In point
of attendance and financial returns,
the contest failed to come up to es
timates either in attendance or
"gate." Promoter Rickard's estimate
of 60,000 spectators and receipts of
J450.00O were far in excess of the
The compilation of the returns to
day showed that exactly 43,355 per
sons had paid for the privilege of
witnessing the bout, and that the
gross receipts were 327,565.
Sir Tom Again Wins Cup.
SEATTLE, Wash., July 28. Cross
ing the line 2 minutes 22 seconds
ahead of the Patricia of the Van
couver Yacht club, sailed by Ron
Maitland, the Sir Tom, Seattle
Yacht club, sailed by Ted Geary, this
afternoon won the second heat of
the class R sloop race on Lake
Washington in the Pacific Interna
tional yachting annual regatta. This
gave Sir Tom the race and posses
sion for another year of the Sir
Thomas Lipton cup.
May to Meet Molla.
RYE, N. Y., July 28. Mrs. May
Sutton Bundy of Los Angeles, na
tional woman's' champion in 1904,
will meet Mrs. Molla B. Mallory,
present national title holder, tomor
row in the final round of the New
York state lawn tennis singles
championship on the courts of the
Green Meadow club.
Fire Laid to Blow 'Sorch.
. Fire thought to have been caused
by a blow torch used for removing
old paint last night caused. damage
of $1000 to the home of Mrs. F. B.
Peters, 314 Wheeler street. Damage
was confined to the upper story.
More Postal Clerks Allowed.
THE OREGONIAN NEWS BU
REAU, Washington, D. C, July 28.
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authorized an aditional force of 15
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, CHARLIE MURRAY (In Person)
BOB PENDER TROUPE
Eccentric, Acrobatic Dancers and
COSCIA & VERDI FETTIT
8tringing Comedy Troupe
, JAMES THORNTON
Presenting "In Seville."
THE FUST CENTER
CONCESSIONS, RIDES, SKATING,
ARMSTRONG BABY DOLLS' REVUE
40 People 40
Last Showing "You'd Be Surprised"
Today at 3, Tonight at 9.
Beginning Sunday, "Oh, Baby."
GREAT BILL OPENS TODAY.
BOGAXNT'S FAMOUS COMEDIANS
TOM MIX in "CHASING THE MOON."
BALLOONS FOR KIDDIES TODAY.
THE CIRCLE THEATER
Fourth at Washington.
Open from 9 o'clock In the morning
until 4 o'clock the folio-wins morning.
AND O. E. S. The annual
picnic of Portland chapter.
No. 97. O. E. S.. and Mount
Hood lodge. No. 167,' A. F.
AND A. M.. will be held at
Gladstone nark. Sat.. July
28, 1022. Coffee will be served
on grounds free ; also ice
cream and soft drinks. Danc
ing at 6 P. M. Automobiles
will meet Oregon City cars
for grounds. Ball game and
other sports. Frizes. Admis.
sion to park free. Masons, O. E. 3. and
friends invited. Come early, bring your
lunch and have a good time with ua
Order. SOCIAL COMMITTEE.
ARAB PATROL AL-
KADER TEMPLE. A. A.
O. N. M. S. Members are
requested to attend the fu
neral services of our late
noble. J. A. Dilg, Satur
day. July 29, at 2 P. M..
P. L. Lerch. undertaking
parlors, E. 11th and Haw
HUGH J. BOYD.
GUL REAZEE GROTTO.
Moonlight dance. Bluebird,
Alder st. dock, Friday, Aug.
4. Admission 55 cents each.
Tickets for sale at Nicoil.
the Tailor. 108 3d St.; Oscar
T. Olsen news stand. Mor-
blder. lobby: Heim Waller. 100
Fourth st., or mail your check to 346
Montgomery st., Harry A. McRae. Ma
sonic, Eastern Star, Prophets and friends
invited. Prophets, wear your fes. ,
HARRY A. McRAE. j
PORTLAND LODGE. NO.
55, A. F. AND A. M. Spe
cial communication Satur
day, 1:30 o'clock. Pythian
bldg. Funeral services of our
late brother. Julius Diltt.
Visiting brethren welcome. Order W. M.
H. J. HOUGHTON. Sec.
NO. 46, A. F. AND A. M.-
Special meeting this Satur
day afternoon and evening,
beginning 4 o'clock. East
8th and Burnside. M. M. de-
By order W. M. ...
OREGON SHRINE No. 1
W. S. J. officers and members
.are requested to attend the fu
neral services of our iate so
journer, Julius A. Dilg, Lerch
undertaking parlors today (Sat
urday), July 29, 2 P. M. By order
W. H. P. CLARA B. GRAHAM,
Grand picnic and out
ing. Anchor Council, No.
746. S. B. A. "The Coun
cil That Puts the 'Life'
in Living." Beautiful
Crystal Lake Park, at
Milwaukie, Sunday, Au
gust 6. RI22. Fill your
uaskets, bring the children and
Dancing, boating, swimming,
Admission to park, lu cents.
JOSEPH H. JONES. Ch. Committee.
JOHNSTON In this city, July 28, Stew
ard H. Johnston, aged 33 years, late
of the Ohio hotel. Remains at Pear
son's undertaking parlors; Russell
street and Union avenue.
MARTIN Y In TillamooK, Or., July 27,
Ida, wife of David Martiny. Services
in Tillamook Sunday 1 P. M.
BATTIN Near Kendall station, July 27,
Hiram A. Battin, aged 51 years, be
loved husband of Linnie (1. Battin,
. father of Leslie and Wiima Battin,
son of Caroline 8. Battin, brother of
Constant E. Battin of Milwaukie,
Oren H. and Clazle Battin of Port
land. Funeral services will be con
ducted in the mortuary cha,pel of A. D.
kenworthy & Co., 6802-04 92d st. S. E.,
In Lents, tomorrow (Saturday), July
29, at 2:30 P. M. Interment Multno
mah cemetery. Friends invited.
HARMON In this city. July 28. Francis
E. Harmon of Kerry, Or., husband of
Frances Harmon, father of Mrs. Minnie
Jenkins o Freew&ter, Or.; Hazel Man g-
han of Bonnera Ferry,. Idaho; Helen
FttzBimmons ot ljewlston, loano; Boa
sie Tate and Clyde U. Harmon of
Kerry. Or. Funeral services will
held at the chapel of Edward Holman
&. bon, intra ana saimon sts.. Aionaay,
July 31, at 10 A. M. Interment Mt.
BROOCK At Tillamook. July 25. 1922,
Charles Broock, aged 67 years, husband
of Louisa Broock. father of Leonard
BroocK ot tnis city, rne aeceasea was
a member of the Sons of Herman. Fu
neral services will be held at the con
servatory, cnapel or the aast Side Fu
neral Directors. 414 East Alder, today,
at 2 P. M. Friends invited. Conclud
ing services at Portland crematorium.
DILG At his late residence, 833 E. 42d
at., Julius A. Dilg, aged 47 yeara He
Is survived by. one son, Howard Dllg,
one brother, C. W. Dilg of this city.
and one sister, Mrs. Tillie Mqore of
Jennings Lodge. Funeral services will
be held at P. L. Lerch Funeral Parlors.
E. 11th at Hawthorne, Saturday, July
29, at 2 P. M. Friends invited.
PARENTI In this eity, July 24, Julius
Farentl, nu&bana ot Elsie farentl,
father of Mary Parentl. Funeral serv
ices will be held at fit. Michael's church,
Fourth and Mill sts.. Saturday. July 29,
at 1:30 P. M. . Interment Rose City
cemetery. Remains are at the chapel
of Edward Holman & Son, Third and
VAN LEEUVEN This city, July 28,
Evelyn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
George Van Leeuven. Funeral cortege
will leave tne cnapel or Smith
Whealdon, Belmont at 35th st., today
(Saturday), at 1:30 P. M.; thence to
Greenwood cemetery, where interment
will be maae.
LAMB In this iilty, July 27, Larkin
Lamb, aged 80 years, father of Mrs.
Lizzie Knight, Dalton, Wash., and Mrs.
G. W. Millicent of Poison, Wash. The
remains will be Iorwarded to Mosier,
Or., by the East Side Funeral Dire..
tors, 414 E. Alder, where Interment
will be maae.
GRAM The funeral service for Andrew
p. Gram, late or 002 ft Larrabee street.
will be held Monday, July 81, at 2:30
p. M., at imiey i mortuary, Montgom
erv at Fifth.' Friends invited. Con.
eluding service, Mount Scott cemetery.
MATSUKAWA At residence, E. - 92d
and Morrison sts.. Mrs. Fusa Matsu
kawa, aged 48 yeara Funeral will be
held from McEntee & Ellers' parlors
today at 2 P. M.; thence to Portland
crematorium, f riends invited.
CAVINESS The funeral service for the
late Anna D. Caviness will he held
today (Saturday), at 2:31) P. M.. at
Pinley's mortuary, Montgomery at
Fifth. Friends invited. Concluding
service, rortiana crematorium.
SPERLING The funeral services of the
late August opening win De neid at
p. M. today, at the Portland mortuary,
Morrison at 12th, west side. Interment
Rose City cemetery, rrienas invited
HEIDEI. The funeral services of the
late Frederick M. Heidel will be held
Saturday, ouiy zv, at t f. M.. at th
Portland crematorium. Arrangements
in care oi Aiiuer as Mrscey.
PERKINS Turner Perkins late ot La
Grande, or, Kematns were iorwarded
Dy Mcsintee m filers to jteytesvme, ao.
KLIPPEL July "siT at the late resi
dence, 415 East 64th street, Lannes P.
Kllppel, aged 61 years, husband of
Florence E. Klippel, father of Carl F.
Kllppel of Portland, son of Mrs. Henry
Klippel and brother of Allie Klippel
of Medford. Or.; John H.. of Portland,
and Fred W. Kllppel of San Francisco,
Cal. The funeral service will be held
Sunday, July 30, at 2:30 P. It., at Fin
ley's mortuary. Montgomery at Fifth.
Friends invited. Concluding service,
LENDOLT In this city, July 26, Frank
Lendolt, late of Mohler, Or., aged 48
years, husband of Mrs. Rose Lendolt.
The remains will be forwarded by the
Portland mortuary to Tillamook, Or.,
Saturday, July 29.
CARD OF THANKS.
We wish to express our heartfelt grat
itude and appreciation of the kindly
assistance shown us at the time of the
loss of our husband and father, also for
the comforting esteem ' in his memory
and for the beautiful flowers.
MRS. EMILY STUBER
1 AND FAMILY.
We wish to express our heartfelt grati
tude and appreciation for the kindly as
sistance shown us at trje time of the
loss of our daughter Mabel; also for the
comforting expression of esteem in her
memory and for the beautiful flqwers,
(Signed) MR. and MRS. G. A. JOHNSON.
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DeVeny, the only scientific chiropo
dists and arch specialists in city. Par
lor 30! fierlinirer bide., southwest COl'-
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DR. O. O. FLETCHER Foot, trpu&les
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dancing, buck and wing and soft shoe.
Alisky bldg, d and Morrison.. Main
4814. Agnes Summers; all summer.
KINGLER'S Dancing School. Best in
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Washington St., bet. 20th and 21st
Sts., West Side. Lady Assistant.
Broadway 2961. Automatic 518-44.
A. P. Kenworthy.
R. S. Henderson,
A. D. Kenworthy Co.
5804 92d St., Lento.
HOLMAN & SON
(Founded in 1854.)
Third and Salmon Sts. Main 507.
McENTEE & EILERS
Funeral parlors with all the privacy of
nome, loin ana cvereit ots.
Phones; Broadway 2133. Auto. 531-83.
EAST SIDE FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
(F. S. DUNNING, IXC.)
"The Family Sets the Price."
414 East Alder St.
Phones: East 52. East 9774.
SNOOK & WHEALDON
Funeral Pirectors. -Belmont
at 35th. Tabor 1238.
B. M. Culbrandson. R. H. Reed.
CHAMBERS CO., IJJC.
248-2 r0 KUltnpsworth Ave. Wdln. 33
PlrurCO UNDERTAKING CO..
ONCnLO Third and Clay. Main 4152.
THE PORTLAND MORTUARY.
MORRISON AT 12TH. WEST SIDE.
East Eleventh and Hawthorne.
Phone East 0781.
4 R 7PI I PR HA 6S2 Williams Ave.
; HI III fckhfall VVI
Phone East 10S8.
PHONE SELL. 967.
J. P. FINLEY & SON
PHONE MAIN 4322.
MONTGOMERY AT FIFTH ST.
328 Morrison St., Portlund Hotel.
Established 1890. Main 269.
Flowers for All Occasions Artistically
Roses and Orchids a Specialty.
HOT HOUSES t
. -rsTe- wi nirr
Morrison St between 4 5ls Alwam fresh
Tonseth Floral Co.
Finest Floral Arrangements
287 Washington. Bet. 4th and 5th Sts.
Phone Broadway 4527.
Smith's Flower Shop
Portland's Progressive Florists. We spe
cialize in funeral designs. 141 Vi Sixth,
opposite Meier & Frank's, Main 7215.
PORTLAND MARBLE WORKS
266 4th St.. Opp. City Hall. XETJ BROS.
OTTO SCHUMANN MARBLE WOBKS
' . ' QUALITY MEMORIALS
g. THIRD &WNE STS. tHONE E.T43
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
Investigates all eases of alleged
cruelty to animals. Offices, room
160. Courthouse. Phone Main 818
from 8 A. M. to b P, M.
The society has full charge of th
city pound at its home, 635 Columbia
boulevard. Phone any time. Wood
lawn 764. Dogs for sale. Horse am
bulance for sick or disabled horse.
Small animals painlessly electro
cuted where necessary and stray
animals cared for. All dead animals,
cows, horses, etc.. picked up.
Made from your old worn-out carpets,
baves halt the price of new ruga
fiend your rags and woolen cloth.
Mall Orders. Send for Booklet.
SxlS Rugs, bteam Cleaned, 8L60
East 8580. 18b E. 8th St.
hOKXUHLsT KUti CO,
Edward . Goudey Co.
I SlORTGAGfct LOANS
Cnlted States Bank Building.
J'or Sale Flat and Apartment Property.
NEW BRICK APARTMENT HOUSE.
9 apartments, with 3 rooms and bath
each; ail hardwood floors, finest ar
rangements and bullt-ins of any apt.
house in the city, each apartment rent
ed at $50 per month, steam heat.
Also two 6-room houses go with this,
now rented at $40 per month. This is
a real Investment. Will give some
W. F. MAHONEY, REALTOR, with
CORCORAN-JONES REALTY CO.
275 OAK ST. BDWY. 6006.
Will lease for term of 5 years this
2 and 8-rosm apartment, present in
come nearly $1700 per month. This
is a rare snap. For particulars see
Mccarty, maxwell & downey.
ry. exch. bldg. bdwy. 7519.
HAST SIDE FLATS CLOSE IN.
Near Broadway, upper and lower, 5
rooms each: exceptionally well built
Verv hest condition. Separate cement
basements and furnaces; steady rentals
and good income. $2500 cash, balance
$40 monthly, 8 per cent interest. No
'incumbrance. See at once. Bdwy. 6011.
T. O. BIRD, 526 Cham, of Com. Bldg.
FIRST TIME OFFERED.
24 rooms, nicely furnished, centrally
located, west side, always full, neat as
a pin, money maker, toooo win nanoie;
fthnwn on anooiutraent only: no infor
mation over phone. See Rlppey. 610-11
McKay bldg., 3d ana &iarK.
EAST SIDE income property; some trade.
540 East Stark, c S42, oregonian.
For Salei Lots.
WHY NOT BUILD?
It Is leas expensive. We re in
terested in how well we can
build not how much we can get
for building. See us before buy
ing1 or building.
ROBNETT & MrCLUREJ,
302 Couch. Bids Broadway 6574.
75x100. east facing, on 17th between
Knott and Stanton; ?2o00.
F. E. BOWMAN & CO.,
210 Chamber of Commerce Bldg.
Broadway 6007. .
THINK this over. An extra large lot
. 50x134, on Mt. Tabor, between 72d and
73d. on Taylor, unobstructed view: Just
the place for a home. Try and get one
in this neighborhood for 4440. See
owner. 1947 Hawthorne ave.
LOOK! 1250 DOWN. R. C. D.
New 4-room bungalow, cement base
ment; a dandy place; i'd50.
1835 San-dy Blvd. at 72d. Tabor 0155.
CORNER lot. Rose City addition, im
nrovements In and paid; second mort
gage privilege; terms. Owner Mr.
Gandy. Bdwy. 0344. Evenings Bdwy.
"HOSE- CITY DIST.. E. 63d N.
3 lots, 30x100 each; take 'em all for
1835 Sandy Blvd. at 72d. Tabor 0155.
FOR SALE Good corner lot. 17 East
Davis; also quarter block, 18th and
East Glisan, on good terms. Phone
o wn er. East 2704-
By owner, Stephen's addition. Grand
ave., 4 blocks from Hawthorne. Call
MT. TABOR, view lot, 80x100, corner
69th and E. Stark st. Will sacrifice
for cash:; improvements all la. AJ
CHOICE Eastmoneland lot 17. B 81, will
be sold this week for best cash otter.
CHOICE, close-in lot, East 28th and Hol
gate; bargain it taken at. once. East
FOR SALE hot on Sandy blvd. near
87th. East 2119.
CORNER iot. Rose City Park; cesspool
in and some lumber. Tabor 9543.
nW flTY lot fiOxlOS. East 58th Rt. N..
675. Owner, Walnut 5637,
. 15 Washington Mrel
For Sale Lots.
50x100, ROSE CITT D1ST.
CLOSE TO SANDY.
For quick sale; $700; assessments
paid; easy terms
1835 Sandy Blvd. at 72d. Tabor 0155.
"WOODED lot for sale by owner, phone
For Sale Houses.
A. G. TEEPE CO. .
THESE CAN BE HANDLED FROM
$500 TO 700 DOWN.
BAL. EASY MONTHLY PAYMENTS.
84650 ROSE CITY DISTRICT. New
bungalow: living and dining
room across front, French doors,
hardwood floors and. fireplace;
beautiful white enamel Dutch
Jtitchen, large breakfast nook,
cement basement, furnace, full
lot; paved street; close in. Se
lect your own paper and fix
tures. 85000 LAURELHURST. 4 rooms and
sleeping porch. Built one year.
Near .car. Hardwood floors,
" fireplace, French doors, ga
$5330 ROSE CITY PARK. Attractive
bungalow; large living room,
French doors, exceptional built
ins, furnace, complete Dutch
kitchen. FORECLOSURE SALE.
An opportunity for someone to
get a bargain.
$4250- ROSE CITY PARK. This prac
tically new bungalow with hard
wood floors, fireplace, 2 bed
rooms, Dutch kitchen, cement
basement, offered at unusual
- terms. Price cut to $1250.
A. G. TEEPE CO.,
Rose City Office:
40th and Sandy. Tabor 9o86.
39th and Glisan. Tabor 8433.
365 EAST 28TH N.
365 EAST 28TH N
$3750 1RVINGTON D1ST.
BRAND NEW BUNGALOW
5 rooms, fireplace, hardwood
floors, enamel plumbing, full ce
ment basement, Dutch kitchen,
classy breakfast nook, tapestry
dec, impd. streets, sewer paid,
convenient to two car lines.
OWNER, TABOR 8104
$300 CASH puts you Into a seven
room home on a paved street;
all improvements in and paid;
two blocks to car; full price
$2000. Not all modern, but a
snap at this price.
G. C. ULR1CH CO.. INC.,
Suite 405 Stock Exchange Bldg.
Main 4354 4355.
Third and Yamhill Sts.
s.inn cash 1500.
$5000 Attractive, new 5-room bun
galow among the firs; haw. noors,
brick ffrenlace. cove ceilings.
2 nice bedrooms, Dutch kitchen,
breakfast nook, piped furnace; balance
like rent; street imps, in ana pm.
R. SOMERVILLE, Bdwy. 2478.
$7750 ALAMEDA BARGAIN $7750.
Attractive) 2-story early colonial
house consisting of 6 rooms, sleeping
nnrfh til a hath and jrara.ee : many
unusual features. This must be seen
tn he aoureciated. Call owner fof
terms. East 5350.
he: a tttteutt. lu-storv bunfralow.
rooms and sleeping porcn. ciose in. on
east side; 100x100 lot. covered with
wonderful flowers and foliage; four
different kinds of fruit trees; also
small fruits and grapes. Price $5000;
terms. Will accept soldier bonus. Call
Grand ave. between Holman and
Portland; one block to car; fine, new
5-room house, hardwood floors, beau
tiful fixtures, 50x100 lot, $4500, $500
cash, balance like rent.
F. E. BOWMAN &, CO.,
210. Chamber of Com. Bdwy. 6007,
S200 DOWN- HAWTHORNE 5SOO0.
$200 down, very attractive home,
completely furnished, music rm., bath,
basement, furnace, fireplace, laundry
trpvH. verv modern convenience, hdw.
floors, attic, paved sts. $200 down and
soldiers loan, on Kucnanan nmg.
This new, 1-story bungalow Is an
fixrntional bargain; in best district
4 hedrooms. sunroom, hardwood floors,
fireplace, Gasco furnace, garage; very
easy terms. W. m. umbaenstock
Co., 210 Oregon bldg. Bdwy. 1658.
&RK((l BY OWNER $3800.
4-room bungalow, hdw. floors, fire
place, buffet, tapestry paper, Dutch
kitchen, breakfast nook, full cement
basement. On car line, 1143 Gladstone
ave., near 3th st. -
Beautiful home, built on triangle
with largo grounds; view of city and
mountains; shrubbery; every conven
ience. W. M. Umbdenstock & Co.. 210
Oregon bldg. Bdwy. 1658.
LEAVING city, will sell my modern 4-
roomed nouse, sleeping porcn, z lots,
50x100 each, garage, chicken house
and run. 14 fruit trees, small berries,
paved streets, cheap, easy terms; will
taKe lot as iirst puynieuu tta ie
LAURELHURST BUNGALOW $5750.
This is a very eood buy in this beau
tiful district. Furnace, fireplace, oak
floors, attic, good condition, terms.
J. R. HAIUHT.
351 AN KENT. BDWY. 2045-
75 DOWN. $50 A MONTH.
New four-room bungalow, full cement
basement, corner lot, bard surtace st
Double constructed; garage; vacant
you must hurry. Bdwy. 7171. Ask for
NBW PIEDMONT BUNGALOW.
5 rooms, furnace, fireplace, oak
floors. Just completed. Price $4800,
J R. HAIGHT.
351 ANKENY. BDWY. 2045
MonwRN bunsralow. 4 large rooms and
bath, gaa, water ana electric ugnt, iuu
concrete basement, laundry trays, lot
50x100, all improvements paid; price
$3200. 793 East 14th st. North. Wal
for SALE: Modern 5-room bungalo
Irvlnston distrust, just completed
Owner leaving city, forced to sell; easy
terms or discount for casn. bee last-
ham, 1125 Gasco bldg. Main 5456.
IRVINGTON BUNGALOW SNAP.
Owner leaving city; must sell; ivory
finish: oak floors: sarage: shrubbery.
Near Broadway car. Eat 0394. Main
NEW ROSE CITY BUNGALOW Must
ell. Let me show you tnis nome. ah
hnilt-ins. full basement, large rooms.
Price is right. By owner. Call East
5771. E. J. Campbell.
FOR SALE BY OWNER.
Attractive bungalow, just completed,
Rose City Park district; small pay
ment; easy terms. Office phone Bdwy,
5607. House Main 7457. .
"" " "' HAWTHORNE.
Modern 6-roorn bungalow, hardwood
fleors, furnace, fireplace, breakfast
room, garage. 344 E. 47th st. Tabor
4324. By owner.
NEW. MODERN 5-room house, all hard
wood floors, 2 complete bathrooms, 2
firpnlaces: will consider lots or c
house as part payment. Walnut 6270.
c.nav little home, six rooms and bath,
cement basement, near school, car and
stores; 52300; s5hj casn. walnut 4T8.
TWO ACRES south of Council Crest
will trade for Tacoma or Seattle prop
erty. Main 4574. tt. fi, box 87, Port
FOR SALE Neat, new 3-room cottage,
apartment plan, near Arieta school
southeast district. Price $1950; terms.
NEW 4-ROOM BUNGALOW.
At 63 Skid more st., up to the minute,
fireplace and all; a bargain at $3500.
See owner at 801 Mississippi ave.
IRVINGTON bungalow, lot 75x120. 6
rooms, breakfast nook, sun porch, new,
modern; $7000; terms. 388 East 27th
North. East 7034.
FOR SALE By owner, 9-room HoVse
and lot, complete. Inquire 1161 Holgate
st., or Sellwood 0219. Take Woodstock
BARGAIN 7-rm. house, bungalow type,
bath, panel dining room, Dutch kitch
en. Call Bell. 2113.
SHACK and half acre, $50 cash, balance
110 per month. 5520 65th st. s. E.
WHITE brick bungalow near Walnut
park, splendid buy. Owner, no dealer.
Phone Walnut B376.
IRVINGTON new bungalow, 8 rooms
complete; snap. See It. Also 2 vacant
lots. East 1129!
J2100 $100 CASH, for
bungalow. 5520 65th i
mat ic 619-19.
it. S. E. Auto-
$870 SI50 CASH Four-room house, new
patent toilet and cesspool; 2 lots, on
corner. 5520 65th St. S. E. Auto. 619-10.
IRVINGTON colonial 6 rooms, sleeping
porch, breakfast room, garage. 717 E.
18th at. N.
ROSE CITY bargain, 5 rooms, near car
line, j4500. Auto 314-09. Owner.
FURNISHED house, 5 rooms, $2250; $600
cash. 5520 65th st. 8. E. Auto. 619-19.
-R. C. bungalow,
a home. Terms.
7 large nns..
Tab. 2678. ,
FOR SALE Nob Hill district; 7-room
house on full lot. Phone Main 2432,
For Sale Houses.
-.' " See '
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To Buy Your Home.
LARGEST HOME SELLER ON THE
Over 1200 Photographs of Homes for
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Open Sundays and Evenings.
90 salesmen with autos.
SMALL DOWN PAYMENTS! EASY
ROSE CITY SPECIAL.
$4750 TRULY A BEAUTIFUL BUN
GALOW is this in heart of
Rose City; 5 sunny rooms, hard
wood floors, many clever buiit
ins, including bookcases, etc. ;
fireplace, white Dutch kitchen
witn breakfast dook, cozy aen.
garage; full lot on paved street
. with everything paid. E. 46th
13590 ALL AGLOW WITH ROSES,
this happy little bungalow of 5
rooms was destined to make
you happy; built-ins, furnace,
2 bedrooms, one of which is a
convertible sleeping porch; bath;
close to car and school. E. 71at
St., IN GREGORY HTS.
$3490 $500 down! ARTISTIC MT.
tabor BuXtrAiAjw. actually
one of the biggest snaps in our
office; 5 rooms, built-in fea
tures, 50x144 with garage,
abundance of fruit, chicken
house, paved street. E. 55th st,
$3400 $500 down! HERE'S A WON
DERFUL BUY in a very sub
stantial, attractive 6-room
modern home! Sleeping porch,
just completely renovated, beau
tiful tapestry, artistic light
fixtures, white enamel Dutch
kitchen, 3 bedrooms and sleep
ing porch, full lot with garage,
flowers, shrubbery: paved
street, close to 3 carlines. E.
$2980 $500 down! CLOSE IN, blk.
to car; comfortable 5-roora
bungalow cottage; NO MORT
GAGE OR STREET LIENS TO
ASSUME; hard surfaced street;
2 bedrooms, white enamel bath,
electricity, gas. NEAT AND
COZY. Missouri ave.
$2990 $500 down! MT. SCOTT SNAP
in a 5-room bungalow cottage
with all modern conveniences,
built-in labor saving features.
bath, 2 nice bedrooms, full lot,
garage, fruit. 42d ave. TERMS
$1975 $500 down ! BARGAIN in
good substantial modern Penin
sula home of 6 rooms, close to
St. Johns car. W. Catlin st.
(Will sell for $1750 all cash.)
$1790 $500 down! 100x100, 2 blks. to
car, dandy little 5-roora bunga
low in Woodstock district;
built-ins, white enamel bath,
electricity, gas, 2 airy bed
rooms, fine garden, flowers, etc.
$1450 $270 down! OUT WHERE THE
AIR IS FRESH AND FREE, on
100x100 with fruit, flowers,
chicken house, garden, etc ;
cunning little 3-room woodsy
bungalow, all modern conven
iences, white enamel bath,
electricity and gas. 73d st.
' FRANK L. McGUIRE
To Buy Your Home.
Abington Bldg., Bdwy. 7171.
3d St., Bet. Wash, and Stark.
PRIZE LETTER CONTEST!
IMPORTANT! In order to stimu
late interest in "Home ownership," the
FRANK L. McGUIRE company is of
fering $65 in prizes for the best letters
setting rortn the advantages and ben
efits to be derived from Home Owner
ehip. Contest closes AUGUST 31. Fur
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Tree upon request. Ask for yourg now
PORTLAND HEIGHTS COTTAGE.
4 lanre rooms and bath, heated by
gas. .tseauiiiui ievei lot witn lawn
perennial garden, fruit trees, berries
and vegetables; close to car, pleasant
view; $3200. Main 4342. Call morn
7-room house and garage at 1108
East Couch St., near East 30th. Th:s
house could not be duplicated today
for less than $10,000; has sleeping
porcn ana sewing room, tiiea Datn
room, hardwood floors, plate glass
windows on lower floor; plenty of
roses. Call and see this home before
you ouy. i ins Kast Couch st.
CHOICE new bungalow, 4 rooms, bath,
large closet, Dutch kitchen, concrete
basement, lot 50x100, close (n; price
5iwuu; montniy payments 3a, includ
Beautiful bungalow, 5 rooms, Dutch
kitchen, gas, fireplace, fine finish and
fiixtures, about a quarter block; price
HdUu: property clear or incumbrance;
reasonable payment and terms. O. W.
Bryan, 500 Chamber of Commerce.
Hardwood floors, tiled sink, linoleum.
shades, all Duut-ins, ready to move in
opeq tor inspection. 96 46th st. a.
TO CLOSE ESTATE BARGAIN.
GRAHAM AVE. 7 ROOMS. $3000.
60x150 lot, all impts. in and paid ;
y dik. irom union ave. Diencid in
come and investment, $1000 cash, bal.
UKe rent; no mortgage. Bdwy. 6011.
T. O. BIRD. 526 Cham, of Com.
Home of 5 rooms, well constructed.
all built-lvn, fireplace, hardwood floors.
every way. You may select your fix
tures. Price $6500. Terms. See build
ers, 216 Panama bldg.
GOING To BUILD
We design and build residences or
any building, assist in financing same;
iz yrs. continuous ana complete bldg.
service. SECURITY AND SATISFAC
TION ASS UK ED, L. K. Bailey, con
tracting architect, 024 N. W. Bank.
Seven rooms, new Dutch colonial.
If you are in the market for a real
home, do not fail to see this. Open
for inspection from 2 until 8. 635
East 20th st. N.. between Stanton and
Siskiyou. Call Walnut 4841.
337 41st st., 400 ft. south of Hawthorne,
6-room modern bungalow, fine neigh
. borhood. close to sehool. All impts. in
and paid. $3750, terms. Owner. Mr.
Hunt, res., Atwater 0648. Business, At-
BEST BUY IN PORTLAND.
7 rooms, bath and large storeroom,
modern except heat; lot 50x100; new
ly painted and ready to move in. Only
$1050, $350 cash, balance like rent.
FINANCE SERVICE CO. Construction
Lept., Robt. J. Lewis, manager, GEN
ERAL BUILDING SERVICE, design
and construction remodeling. 909-U13.
Wilcox bidg. none aawy. 6453.
ARB YOU GOING TO BUILD?
See our plans and up-to-date ideas.
We can help you finance.
W. M. UMBDENSTOCK & CO..
210 Oregon Bldg Bdwy. 1658.
$500 EQUI'-iT for $250 casn. Sickness
compels me to sell my four-room
house with bath, paved street and
sewer. Price $2150. Phone Walnut 6140.
HAWTHORNE PARK One of the finest
well-built close-in homee in Portland;
two fireplaces, all built-ins, etc.; lot
50x100, " or 100x100. J 805, Oregonian.
FOR SALE New 4-room modern bunga
. low near Beaumont. Price $2900,
terms. See East ham, 1125 Gasco bldg.
Main 5456 .
JUST completed, 5-room Coiomal bunga
low; sunroom. attic, east face. Corner
E. 26th and Skid more. Alameda park.
Terms. - East 3280. Owner.
HOUSE PLANS, 100 designs, $10 to $15,
or specially designed at reasonable fee.
L. R. BAILEY CO.
924 N. W. Bank Bldg.
SIX-ROOM house, rull cement basement,
laundry trays, electric, gas, rurnace.
hardwood floors, grarage; opposite
school, uwnar, ooi mississippi ave.
Forced to aell my home for J7000
tlOOO cash. $50 per month. East 1347.
rittciialOW. 5 rooms down. 1 un. fur
nished or unfurnished. Will take late
model touring car. ny owner, aU27 E.
17th St. A. riione K.asc
IRVINGTON COLONIAL BARGAIN.
Choice location, all oak floors, ivory
Ilnlsn, an jjayci, ungiuaj xioor plan.
East 0394. Main 8078.
$9000 Large home on 16th, between
Brazee and Knott. Beautiful grounds,
Karage. vitau,.. coai
$3750 Modern 5-room bungalow;
everytntng in. lerms. E.ast 0680.
BY OWNER, 4-room house, large lot,
business location. 8234 Foster road,
IRVINGTON Several new. modern
homes; also vacant lots; or will build
on anyone s lot. K. a. nice. Kaat K432
KENTON home, 50x100, 73 W. Farragut
su; $7S0. bal terms, Owner. E, 6747,
for Sale Houses.
SABINE BLUE RIBBON
$4300 YOUR LAST MOVE $4300.
Artistic home of 7 rooms, extremely
modern; .large reception hall, living
room, dining room, Dutch kitchen,
spacious bedroom and bath, hardwood
floors, fireplace, buffet and other
built-ins on the first floor; sewing
room and 2 bedrooms on qecond floor.
Large cement basement, with good
furnace, laundry trays, gas plate and
hot-water heater. This home haa a
massive pillar porch and fronts east,
on a paved street, with all improve
ments in and paid; 50x100 lot with
fine garage. Terms $1000 down and
balance on monthly payments.
Home buyers, this is a genuine sac
rifice. W. W. SABIN. REALTOR.
1032 Union Ave. N. Walnut 05S9. .
PORTLAND HEIGHTS HOME. "
Beautiful 9-room house with mag
nificent view of city; large living
room, sun room, library; large sleeping
porch ; two bathrooms ; bedrooma are
Jjke sleeping porches; every modern
convenience; not a dark corner in the
house; $13,500. Terms. This is a bar
gain. BROOKE. MAIN 4342.
Just completed. Combination living
s nd dining room, fireplace, hardwood
floor, built-in buffet, kitchen with
built-ins, breakfast nook, 2 bedrooms
with closets, bathroom, full cement
basement, laundry trays, city water,
gas, lights, $4500 with quarter acre,
more ground if wanted. Private own
er, W. F. Watki ns, Broadway 5500;
residence. Main 0457. ,
We will finance and build you a new
8, 4, S or 6-room home In any part
of the city on very reasonable terms.
If you are looking for a home It will
pay you to come in and talk it over .
ALBOHN INVESTMENT CO.,
216 Panama Bldg.
BRAND NEW ROSE CITY BUNGALOW.
$3400 TERMS $3400.
737 E. 63D ST. N. ROSE CITY CAR.
Strictly modern 4 rooms and. large
dining nook, hardwood floors, Dutch
kitchen, built-in effects, fine plumbing
and electric fixtures, cement basement,
travs. A.Hr front lot. sewers, etc.. paid.
See this today, owner on premises 1 to
5 dailv. Walnut 1550 or Tabor 0203.
"BEST BUY YOU'LL FIND."
WEST SIDE FULTON CATt.
$4200, $im0 cash, $30 per month, in
cluding interest on balance; modern 6
room bungalow, well built, fireplace,
enamel finish, hardwood floors, cement
basement, laundry trays, some young
fruit and shrubbery; street paved, on
carline; lot 50x150.
633 N. W. Bank Bldg. Main 3787.
GOOD HOMES FOR SMALL PRICE.
$1250 5-room house, 75x100 lot.
$1900 5-room house, ftUxlOO lot.
$2600 4-room house, 33x100 lot.
$3000 6-room home, 50x100 lot.
$3350 6-room home, good lot.
$4000- 5-room modern bungalow.
$750 Good building lot in Sunnyside.
Ask for Mr. Allen, res. phone Tabor
0276. Bus, phone Tabor 6493.
OWNER MUST SELL.
Near Peninsula Park, convenient to
Kenton and Vancouver cars; well-built,
double-constructed, six-room modern
home, newly decorated; fine shrubbery,
fruit and flowers; garage; paved St.;
easy terms and at much below real
value. See Mr. Robinson, with
FRANK McCRILLlS, REALTOR.
824 Henry Bldg. Broadway 779.
SUNNYSIDE Very good 5-room house in
A-l condition, large rooms and closets,
nicely arranged cement basement. Good
garage, nice yard, 7-bearing fruit trees.
Plenty of berries, shrubbery and flow
ers This- place is very close to car,
schools, churches and stores of all
kinds on cement street; only a few
minutes' ride from cpnter of city, $3000
cash; no dealers. Phone Tabor 32SH.
a REAL BUY.
New 6-room house, hardwood floors,
fireplace, 50x100 lot, breakfast room,
one block to Union ave. car line. See
this home; Grand ave., near Holman;
price $4500, easy terms.
F. E- BOWMAN & CO..
210 Cham, of Com. Bdwy. 6007.
$500 CASH $500.
ROSE CITY SNAP!
See this 5-room modern bungaiow pe
low the hill, close to R. C. car; fire
place white enamel finish, furnace;
street improvements in and paid. Bal
ance $40 per month, including interest.
R SOMERVILLE. Bdwy. 2478.
NEW, LARGE 5-room bungalow, corner
lot, paved street, close to car atid
school, hardwooil floors, fireplace, ar
tistic buffet, mirror door, built-in
kitchen, breakfast nook, full cement
basement, cement floor, laundry tub,
$fK50; $1000 cash, balance terms. Don't
buy until you see It. Owner. Walnut
ROSE CITY BARGAIN.
$4550 SW CASH..
New 6-room bungalow, below 'o
hill; large living room, fireplace;
French doors to dining room; Dutch
kitchen, breakfast nook; 2 nice airy
bedrooms; hdw. floors, all the builtirtss.
R SOMERVILLE. Bdwy. 2478.
Five-room bungalow, attio divided
for three extra rooms, hardwood
floors, fireplace, buffet, street im
provements all paid. Special price
See WEBSTER L. KINCATD. Realtor..
401 Lewis Bldg. Phone Bdwy. 4735.
5-ROOM house in Sunnyside, Z blocks
from school; good car service. Owner.
1040 East Salmon, cor. 35th.
READ THIS IF YOU WANT A PER
FECT SUBURBAN HOME,
of which no parallel exists. This offer
will make you act at once, which you
will have to do if you take advantage
of iC An exceptional place, the kind
you rarely find for sale. You will agree
with me from the location and im
provements, nothing on the coast
matches it for native trees, shrubbery,
and flowers, say nothing of the fruit
trees, about a hundred, selected varie
ties, all in full bearing; also berries
and cranes of all kinds in profusion.
Soil so rich that you could grow most
anything. There are about three acres
scientifically laid and landscaped; the
other two ready for crop of most any
thing you may choose to raise. This
place ts practically on the paved high
way, being just a little aside to avoid
dust and noise. It is a very secluded
place, yet not lonely. Location and
situation are ideal and should charm
the most esthetic and cultivated. This
five acres has all the city conven
iences, including city water, gas and
electricity, and only 15 minutes from
the business center. No city taxes to
pay. To the lucky party who buys this
five acres I will throw in the 7-room
house, garage, barn and chicken house
for good measure; will also throw in
the chickens and cow. I cannot begin
to write about the charms and beauty
of this place, so come and see th
owner, 173 10th St.. corner VainhiH.
$50 CASH. $50 CASH.
BaL $25 Monthly, Including Int.
Modern Bungalow and Acre. -
Total price $2150. Neat plastered
bungalow. 3 rooms and bath. Good
district, close in. You can make money
by Improving this place, besides sav-,
ing rent. Photo at officp.
GORDON MORTGAGE CO.
630 Chamber of Commerce Bldg.
SIX-ROOM plastered house, large lot 6K
106; plenty iruu; close to canine,
pavement and river; low taxes. Priue
$2100. with furniture $2500; $1000 cash
will handle. By owner. B. E. Brne
chert. Jennings Lodge. Or.
WHO wants a snap? Lleven lots, bunga
low, hair compietea; out ot worn; no
money to finish house, have to sell;
fine location and easy terms; given
away at $2000. 603 Title & Trust bldg.
FOR SALE Vi acre iruit, nerries, 3-rrm
house. Call 613-89. 5123 58th st. S. 13.
PARKROSE acreage and bungalow; fine
fruit: terms. Tabor 2176.
ONE ACRE or Parkrose. modern
bunKalow. garage, orchard. Tabor 2676.
DOSCH STATION Mod. 5-room furn.
bungalow, 2 lots, $3x00. Main 7816.
For Sale Acreage.
$3150 3 BEAUTIFUL wooded acres,
cheapest priced acreage on Palatine
hill fine road, 20 minutes from Port
land by auto. G. Peel, 62S B. 6th at.
S ACRES close to Gillis station, on Bull
Run electric; very best of soil. Priced
only $1350; terms. W. M. Umbden
stock & Co.. 210 Oregon bldg. Bdwy.
PUBLIC auction 20 and 40-acre tracts,
Thursday, Aug. 10; good roads, Im
provements, level. Pilgrim, Eagle
CHOICE acre on highway, near Multno
mah station; $395 If taken at once.
CHOICE acre, close in. electricity, gas,
water, gravel road; price right, terms.
Phone Automatic 818-49. .
SEVEN ACRES, CLOSE IN. THOMAS
ALLEN. 6131 920 SI. S, E. 616-15.